Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 4
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flffi'f-'t 10 -20-30 Years Ago A Weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lta Derm 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1*66 April 12, 1956 Two Ft. Dodge men who rob. bed the Algona Starlite Theatre the prior'week had been apprehended and confessed stealing about $100 from the safe after threatening employees Virgil Rohlf, Dave Long and Willard Zeigler at gunpoint. , Tho first tnnual Algona Ho* me Show was scheduled for the following week at the National Guard Armory. .,..„.. Tho Snap-On Tool Corp. of Kenosha, Wis. had announced; the purchase of the assets of the Jos. Weidenhoff Co., a subsidiary of Bowser Inc. of Chicago.. Weidenhoff Co. is the oldest manufacturer of automotive equipment in the United States. Snap-On is a leading manufacturer and distributor of mechanic's hand service tools and related equipment. Members of tho Lone Rock Co-op, telephone company j*as>- sed a resolution authorizing the board of directors to proceed with plans to change over to the dial system. > Algona Girl Scouts, under tho leadership of, Mrs. William "An kenbauer, were the only Girl Scouts in the State of Iowa who were active members of the Ground Observer Corps. They demonstrated their activities at the Tower to a district meeting in Mason City. > * * # April 18, 1946 Tho Algona Jaycees were re viving a pre-war event, the Soapbox Derby, for boys ages 11 to 15 years. , The Algona City Council had contacted a firm of appraisal engineers with regard to re-appraisal of city real estate. Such a re-appraisal was to cost in the neighborhood of $5,000. Wesley was in the process of leveling a tract of land east of town for ai; new airport. The hangar at the airport south of the St. Joseph cemetery was to be moved to the new location. County spelling champ, Herbert Hammer, 12, was pictured enjoying a complimentary dinner at a DesMoines party given by the Des Moines Register and Tribune. At the district music contest in Graettinger the Burt school took nine firsts and seven second ratings. Only, three of their 19 entries failed to place. April 9, 1936 Comparison of medical bills for poor relief was made with 20 other counties and found that only four were lower than Kossuth's on a per capital ba ; {j A v^bj«i<in«on ' for Sen-tor" cTiib was being formed in Al' gona. Signature cards were to be out. Plans to carry Kossuth in the primary for Senator Dickinson were under way, Tentative plans for the for. mal opening of the new Security State bank in Algona were made for it to be opened within a week. It was to be located in the remodeled former Kos- Bulldogs compete in Eagle Grove Relays A dozen Algona high school trackmen will open the Bulldog spring* season Friday in the annual Eagle Grove Relays. Coach Don Camenisch Will enter men In almost every event. Those making the trip include Dale Teeter, Gary Barr, Kevin Hoover, Bill' Boldridge, Dave Gerber, Brocke- Laws, Lester Briggs, Dean Teeter and Rich Black. Two freshmen, Rod Rogert and Larry Taylor, will also compete. This has'been a poor spring thus far for many outdoor workouts but,most of the other teams, are in the same predicament. . • •. . Algona will compete in the Spencer Relays next . Friday, April 22. ;an track ••* * team has busy week coining up Garrigan dropped its opening dual meet of the season to Emmetsburg Catholic last Wednesday but the first match was more of a "let's see what we have" meet than anything else. Coach Beanie Cooper attempted, to use as many boys as possible, in many of the events. The Bears showed up well in the running events but placed just one man in all the field events. There are 40 boys out for varsity track arid 34 freshmen. On Thursday, five boys com peted in the Holstein Relays. They were Dick Bleich, Mark Goetz, Bill Obreoht, Neil Nuite and Tom Black. They ran the mile medley, 400-yard and mile relays. Although they did not place because they ran in the Class AA division, the boys did break the medley school record with a time of 3:57.2 and the mile relay with a 3:51.2 time. .The Bears had a triangular meet with Carroll Kuemper and St. Edmond's at Fort Dodge on Wednesday afternoon and then compete in the CYO rrieet at Sioux City Sunday beginning at 1:30 p.m. CANCEL RELAYS ' The Pocahontas Relays, where the Garrigan high school track team was to:. compete Tuesday, was cancelled and re-scheduled for Wednesday; April. 27.: . Mr. end Mr*. El don J, Helmers, Donna and Tandy, Mr. and Mrs. John Policy, and Her- jert Banwart Were Easter Sunday dinner guests. They also celebrated Eldon's birthday, The Henry Seller family from Charles City spent the Easter weekend with . his parents, the Sellers, St; Benedict, and Mrs, Seller's mother, Mrs. " Bridget Smith. .-.-,. I Easter weekend guests at Pat Murphy's Were the Robert MO- >onalds and Mark, Chicago, and the William Blakes, Omaha. Judy Murphy and friends, Nancy Moran and Linda Moore, Omaha, spent their vacation there and Jorothy Blake, came for Barter Sunday, ; Tho James Putxstuck famijy, lolorado Springs, Colo., visited Urs. ind the LAST WtEK'S 'ROM THE ALGONA LANE MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L North la. Appliance _ 92 32 Algona Barbers 84 36 Champlins 69% 50% Whittemore Elevator 64 60 Quickie __^ 62 62 ' Algona Lanes 62 62 K. of C. I___— 53 71 Lindsay Soft Water _ 49 75 Schmidt's 43 81 Weidenhoff 33% 90% High' Team Series North Iowa Appliance^ 3023 High Series Dale Johnson 599 High Game Ray Friedrick 236 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Zender's 86 38 Hamm's Nq, 1 81 43 Budweiser 73 51 Reijing's Hog Mkt. __ 71 53 Gambles __„_ 67 57 State Farm 61% 62% Iowa State Bank 46 78 Farmer's Hi Bred — 29% 94% , High Team Series Zender's :_ __±ill^: 2912 High Series Chuck Davis 615 High Game Chuck Davis 232 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric 80% 39% Whittemore Lockers 78% 41% Putzstuck and Mrs. Nick Fisch and family Easter, preceding. Mrs. *utzstuck and Mrs, Fisch are mothers of the couple. ,, ,, .;•.•_:> •_; Mrs. Anne Harvey returned r rom Glendale, Calif., after vis- ting in Glendale, Calif., three months with her daughter and family, the Harry McCorkles. Word was received here of the death April 2 of Mrs. Grace Woodward at Mason City. Services were held there April 5th. She was the mother of Wava Woodward, former Algonan/pre- sently of Boone. Also suryiying; is a son of Mason City and Vthe son-in-law Charles Lawson, Boone, and the grandchildren Lee, Colleen and Eileen Lawson. Mrs., Woodward visited here many while her family lived here. Dr. and Mrs. Kenef ick were in Minneapolis Monday and Tuesday. His sister, Naomi Ken- ?fick, Eagle Grove, had surgery at St. Mary's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Loui Lini, Council Bluffs, spent Easter weekend mth their daughter, the Harlan Haas family. They helped cele-. 'irate the birthday of Holly, af ' WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welders 84% 27% Weidenhoff 73 39 iast End Grocery __ 71 41 Iowa State Bank __-_ 70 42 Women of Moose __ 58 54 Algona Lanes 55 57 Petersen Furniture _ 55 57 ' Honsbruch Drug ___ 52 60 J. & K. Tavern 45 67 Algona Auto Repair _ 40% 71% Good Samaritan .- 36 76 Directory Service 34 78 High Team Series Cook's Welders __.; 2447 High Series Heide Ferguson 531 Heide Ferguson 210 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hobarton Co-op. 72 44 Bernie's Recreation _ 66% 49% Cunningham Cafe __ 4 66 50. Fenton Elevator —_ 61 55 Bode Elevator 59 57 Seven-Up 47, 65 Borden's Dairy —.___ 44% 67% Elk^Cleaners; ,__^^ 43-^73 i 'High Team Series Hobarton Co-op. 2948 High Series Bud Briggs 598 High Game William Palmer 225 Richard Becker, Wichita, Kansas, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Becker at Heritage Home in Bancroft, and his sis- 1 ter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson. He is doing graduate work ,at the college in Wichita. suth County State bank quar- Universal Mfg. Co. __ 77% 42% Undborst Deputies _ 69% 50% Buscher Bros. 68 52 ters. A blue in the Congregational church damaged the roof and water damage was done to part of the interior, about $1,500. The Sales Division of the De partment of Rural Credit had orders to sell 1,200 farms owned by the State of Minnesota. Over 3,800 farms were for sale and an additional discount was to be given for substantial cash down payments. Representatives from Swee City went to Estherville to in* spect a band shell as one was being planned for Swea City. The men of the Good HOP* church prepared the annual dinner which 150 persons attended. QUADRUPLETS — A 3year old ewe belonging to Gary Sen midt of Nemaha, son of the Lyle Schmidts, gave birth to four lambs last month. Gary is a freshman at Crestland school and a member of the Delaware Cadets 4-H club. 100 — Mrs. Parana Turner honored ^nril 4th »t the AP*> Manor in Onter. vine on the occasion of her JOOth birthday. Northwestern Mutual 67% 52% Pioneer Hi Bred 67 53 Reding's Gravel 56 64 Larry's Recreation _ 51 69 Hood's Super Valu „ 41 79 First Lutheran 34% 85% Tall Paul's 29 91 HioJK Team Series Buscher Bros. 2891 High Series Chuck Davis 576 High Game Denny Jergenson 227 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 7 W Klein's Farm Supply 90 Fischer Store 88 filbert's Enco 76 Weidenhoff 75 Blossom Ins. 73 Al's Lounge 63 National Food 59 Lotts Creek Cheese _ 57 Algona Utilities 53 Zender's •_ 81 39 Moorman's Feed. >—.— 66 54 Hutzell's Office ____ 53% 66% Minnesota Woolen __ 38 82 FEMIC ____________ 37 83 High Teem Scries Zender's -- 2299 High Series Women — Virginial Immel 535 Men — Bob Immel 568 , Nigh Game Women — Virginia Immel 223 Men — Bob Immel 211 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W L Chrome Cafe i 70% 45% Bjustrom's 70 46 Viking Oil 64% 51% No. la. Appliance __ 58% 57% Taylor Motors 57 59 Druggists Mutual — 53 63 M. & D. Auto 52% 63% Algona Barbers 42 74 High Team Series Druggists Mutual 2284 High Series Women — Nancy Sands __ 526 Men — Dick Reynolds i__ 593 Women — Carol Groen _i— 526 High Game Women — Jean Reynolds _ 203 Men — Dick Reynolds _,__ 236 Poster contest winners bytheDAR jiosetniary Foftney fe and Toto 'Bergum of tiie Lone Rock school were winners of the State fttfilof: ftmejrifcinr' Cittowrthip Club Divisioii 3 poster conteflt. iS^ft-ds were tnade by Mrs. M, ft: Bourne, Iowa State chairman of J A C. The entries of the winners will be judged at the national contest next week in Washington, D.C. at the Continental Congress of D A R. Six youngsters in grades five and six were awarded prizes at the Algona Chapter D A R April meeting at the Algona hotel Tuesday. From the, Dwight Eisenhower club; Tom Bejfgum, Rosemiary Fortney and Ed Bergum <of Lone Rock were; winners. • >.- ' '.'-'•••' v : Fifth grade winners were Jonathon Blanchard, Connie Marlow, and Sandra KnolL -Mrs. Tames Lytle, Vice Regent,-presented the prizes; Mrs. "Lawrence Newbrough; Lone'.Rock, s the j organizer' of . J. A: C. clubs and leader of; the r sixth ;rade group; Mrs. Art Priebe las the fifth graders. Algona debaters at S.U.I, contest Iowa City — Students from 78 high schools are participat- ng in the state contest of the Iowa High School Forensic Lea gue competition from Wednes day to Saturday. Debaters ffrom both Algona High School I and Garrigan High School are -', en iered. From AHS Glen Ts<ahet ter, mi Taylor, Mike Stillman and'Gregg Buchanan with ^ in structor John Vint accohipany ing them. Debaters from Garrj *gan with teachers Sister' Mary Ignatius and Sister Mary Debor ah, will be Stephen Schuller Michelle Brpelding, Vincent Esser, Bray. •MHf fOMH tf trW, Krasfe we** tftel* daughtef* the John Bohanl, Humboldt, Soti h* Donald KrUMs, t LuVeme, her brother the Ralph Davidsons, , the Vernon_ Eggleston's, AiVerne; Gordon Davidson, and Lii Ann, Btirt; the VetVon Da- vtdsotia, Adel; the Alien Thu's, Grtettinger; Marlyn Gregor- otis, Rutland; Walter Attigs, irs. Mina Hunter, Renwick; and Mrs. Marinu* David family, Spring Valley, Minn. Mr*. §«rtha Nelion, 99, Protf, linn., visiting her, daughter the Sarle Hanselmans, had as \1si- tors Easter .Weekend her daUgh- er, the J. R. Carlsons, Sioux ••••••••••••••••••••••o Lu erne - Fern Bigings b«4 Nielsen*, Britt, teiM«d the wedding of tho coti' ' * * e • t Subscription Blank not an eaih tor IS^ . IF ^W%*B BWCtf •••»•-•--.•— f - — ; - 7 ; 7 - - :,m *- * vatt Advene* family of reader* today! tubMrtfcr, you cani b* Wrm •nd^d.Mli&^hM^jf tho I NAME ___^-...~-^—f—*-*—---"-"""*" .' '.. ; ' r ' ' ' ' •'. "••'•' '.••' •'.-•' ' , • .1 , '•;,'' ' ^ j ADDRESS ^^^—^^~ -.---—i-----i—--^ j. — Mall to KOSSUTH COUNTY ApyANCE, Algona, ( oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee>*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeo itV; her^sons, the Raymond ^elsotB, Rake; Bernie and Jule kelson. Frost, and friends Mrs. Mary Hanstad, Frbst, and the Oscar Erdahls, Rake. ! Guests Saturday *t Earlof lanselman's were college friends, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Ander* on, Maryl, Martha and Mary, Ames. Tho Merlin Traugors, Roth- grille, Mo., visited his brothers, he Harold,and James Traugers Saturday and Sunday. They also visited his father, Guy Trau- ;er, in a rest home at Britt. Phey were all Sunday guests at JamesTrauger's. Easter guests of Mrs. Mabel rhompson were daughters the Brvin Burgardts, Curlew, and the Nicholas Wolfes, Fort Dodge, The James Mallorys and Mrs. Alma Madden attended a Kossuth rural letter carriers meeting Monday evening at Herschel Hartman's; Lone Rock. Word was received of tho death of Mrs. Melvin Curran, 62, at Merced, Calif., Sunday after a long illness. Mr. Curran is the son of the late Archie Curran. He has two sisters Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Algona, and Mrs. Roy Guy, Renwick, in this area. DRYING BINS :• Winter Discount Prices Still In Effect! ASK US ABOUT OUR PRICES ON NEW BIN AND DRYING UNIT SIZES! KYLE KEITH "Representing Stockdeles of Iowa Falls In This Area" 295-3801 ALGONA ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A** ENTER the ALGONA ADVANCE "OSCAR" I 34 34% 40 52% 57 59 63 63 64 65V 2 67% 72 Mrs. Henry Marty went Tuesday to Le Mars to visit her, son, the Dr. Wayne Martys, and her sister Esther Merkle. She reports the latter is in the jLuth- erari hospital, Sioux ^City,'; having surgery April 13. She is a well known long-time first gra de teacher in LuVerne schoo! and is head of the library department of Westmar college. Suzanne Dudley returneitl., to Westmar with Mrs. Marty; after Easter vacation with her\ parents, the Clyde Dudleys. Tht Harold Riftaui, d«ooh. ters Susan and Carol and a friend attended the wedding oi Linda Ristau, a cousin, daughter of the Vernon Ristaus, Thornton, and Donald Eggleston, Lucas. The 3 p.m. service Easter Sunday was in a Luther* an church at Ventura. The Al? SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Colony Inn 75% 44% Algona Lanes 70 50 Algona Plbg. 66 54 Fenton Lockers 62 58 Northrup King 60 60 Consolidated Co-op. _ 59% 60% Standard Oil "___ 44 76 Rusk Drug — 43 77 High Team Series Northrup King _ 2338 High Series Women — Delpres Elmers 477 U 30 32 44 45 47 57 61 63 67 76 90 108 Pine Room 44 Pon's Place 30 Coca Cola 12 High Tt*m Striff Klein's Farm Surwlv 2945 Hiflh Series Don Moore 614 High Game D.OJI Moore _ 213 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W Viking Oil 78 Lindsay 77% Fareway 72 Hamm's 59% Dairy Queen 55 Johnson House 53 Vogel's Cardinals ___ 49 Frederick Hdwe. 49 Coast-to-Coast 48 V. F. W. 46% Gambles 44% Everds Bros. 40 Hioh Team Series Johnson House 2439 High Series Charlotte Baldwin __, 569 High Game Charlotte Baldwin 209 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics — 78% 33% Hamm's No. 2 66 46 Carnation Milk 63% 48% Pettits 61 47 Hub Clothiers 60 52 Algona Lanes 47 65 Hamm's No. 1 36% 75% M. & D. Auto 31% 76% Hiqh Team Series Gene's Electronics 2878 High Striff Vern Teetef ... ;. 6,17 High G«nn» '• aylAr . - 223 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES Pittman France Co. "% 31, ||!||!IIII!!III!!IIIII!I!I!I1!!IIII Men — Soup Briggs ^_ 557 High Game Men'— Barley Eimers _^__ 208 GRANDMOTHERS W L Kirk's Shoe Store - 63 29 Charlie's Supper Club 55 37 Modernistic 39 53 Twinco _, 27 65 High Team Series Kirk's Shoe Store 1924 High Series Loretta Ditsworth ,—• 527 HighG«m« Loretta Ditsworth v _ 212 W^ff ^^^f^Jf. fr^PPPPPPffP ^^>yffHr ppjriiiw^ HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE FIRST PRIZE .,,' . A^ytor 1 * froo • pot>'for two pooplo to tho Alton* un4 Storiltt Drivo-in rh.^tr.t. SECOND PRIZE Six-month poti for two .people to the Alton* ond StorUte Orlv.-in thoatrot. THIRD PRIZE Thrtt-month MU for two pooplo to tha Alton* ami Storm. Driv.-ln thratrat. — Contest Rules — below or. tho nomln..i in th. principo) M tO|.rie* of tko Motion Mctyr* Acodemy of Art. The winner, of thit contott will bo thoM who M choice. MMO ctoioii to tho offkiol roMilts of ( AI«OM TM.tr., Alfleno, low*. DIADLINI: INTRIIS MUST SI MICIIVID Oil CLOCK MIDNIGHT. SATURDAY, APRIL U! WINNIRS WILL II ANNOUHCW IN ?HI ?* Ho OM '"""*• '**»«• -* «.*««...» In COM of ti.t, tho piii.i will bo dlvido4. you •» Corp. 01. WHO WILL WIN "OSCARS?" (This entry blank or e facsimile is acceptable) (Be sure to check only one In each category) BEST PICTURE. — .1, Darling .2. Doctor Zhivago .3. Ship of Fools .4. The Sound of Music .5, A Thousand Clown* BEST ACTRESS — .1. Julie Andrews (The Sound of Music) .?. Julie Christie (Darling) .3, Samantha Eggar (The Collector) .4. Elizabeth Hartman (A Patch of Blue) .5. Simone Signoret (Ship of Fools) BEST ACTOR — BEST DIRECTOR — \. Wiiljom Wyler (The Collector) 2. John Schlesingor (Darling) ' ! 3. David Lean (Doctor Zhivogo) 4. Robert Wise (The Sound of Music) 5. Hiroshi Teshigoharo (Woman in The Dunes) COSTUME DESIGNING (Color) 1, The Agony, and Tho Ecstasy .2, Doctor Zhivago ' 3. The Greot.st Story Ever Told . 4. Intide Dai»y Clover 5. The Sound of Music EDITING ,.1, Cot Bollou \. Richard Burton (The Spy Who Came In Frpm \ •?hf P pii.?i!i' Va ? Tk DU , The ColdV 3 - '"* flight of The Phoenix The Cold) .2. Lee Marvin (Car Ballou) .3. Laurence Olivier (Othello) .4. Rod Steiger (The Pawnbroker) -5. 0*kor Werner (Ship of Fools) BIST SUPPORTING ACTRESS — .,,..,!. Ruth Gordon (Inside Daisy Clover) 2. Joyce Redman (Othello) 3. Maggie Smith (Othello) 4. Shelley Winters (A Patch of Blue) 5. Peggy Wood (The Sound of Music) BIST SUPPORTING ACTOR .1. Martin Balsam (A Thousands Clowns) .2. Ian Bqnnen (The Flight of The Phoenix) .3. Tom Courtenay (Doctor Zhivago) .4. Michael Dunn (Ship of Fools) .5. Frank Finlqy (Othello) .4. Tho Gr«ot Race —.-,5, The Sound of Music BiST SONG .... T _1. The Ballad of Cat Ballou 2. I Will Walt For You 3, Th* Shadpw of Your Smile . .,4. Thf $w.«theort Tree _..;,_,5. Whpt's New Pussycat? WRITING (Screenplay from another m«dium) -t. Cot BolloM 2. Tho Collector r3. Doctor Zhivogo 4. ?hip of Fopls »' 5. A ThpHsqnid Clowns ...—$. Casqnctvo 70 7. Parting 8- Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines ,9. The Trgin .,.,-jrj. Th$ Umbrellas of Cherbourg Mfey* tfc*t- -(*M»*ff) of H«tM.f) MfTfl 4 wi* ooy rk. |«TI4 WT|Y THUTM.

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