Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 2
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(I«*«J#ADVA .¥HUK$&A¥, APRIL 21, 1966 10 • 20 - 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of , bygone days fey Erma Laa 0«lm number <tf ^ihs It ! ftifeh oi age driving ramshackle oafs in Algona, and he asked that they b6 Warned to obtain driving permits if they didn't have otia. Reckless driving charges agaihSt softie youngsters were Also imminent judging from some examples' h6 hid seen. Tftc Mvartth' atinual edoklng school sponsored by the Advance newspaper was scheduled for- the first of next month. The lady conducting them has been lolding schools in Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, and Wisconsin. APRIL 19, 1956 '- Tho first Homo Show to bo held in Algona opened at the National Guard Armory. A $2500 electronic range was one of the featured attractions. There were free prizes and entertainment <. Tho AHS track team won its !first dual meet in two years i72-61 over Forest City. The baseball, team' had its fourth v whi in fiyiejrtarts. ,t Th« Security State Bank celebrated its 20th anniversary. >The capital stock was $50,000 on opening day and 20, years later had doubled. f> The two men who robbed the iStarlite Drive-In theater were apprehended and sentenced to 25 years at Anamosa. One of them attempted suicide at the county jail by attempting to eat Dieces 'of his broken coffee cup. |A 24 hour'guard was posted on ^him after that. v 1 A .new addition te the. Swee {City school was* completed and i ready for occupancy. s APRIL 25, 1946 Si * ? Two coveys^ of quell, imated pairs, .were released r Kossuth by conservation offis- > cer, Kermit' SetchelLThis was not intended as a restocking -Iproject btit to permit people ;to see and hear quail in a na* 4 tural envirpnment. ^ Plans for revival;.of the annual Kossuth County ..Conservation League Field Day were un Lu Verne ,Ftrn •oooooo»»»o«oo»ooooo»oo in der way.. This would first since the war. be the '> The soil temperature was 65 . degrees, 10 degrees above the :' minimum for* corn germination. , The average soil temperature ! for May was 61.6 so May in•5 stead of April weather prevail- j,ed. The^lastfkilling'tfrost had jbeen March 11, a hew record; 5 ; April 8, 1896 was the "last pre- ftviously recorded". Algona doctor's offices were f to be closed Thursday ajfteq:- '5 noons after May 2. Pictured were the 60 em- f , ployees of Kent Authorized '' Ford Motor Reconditioning plant after they completed the '10,000th motor'•to 1 * be recondi- B tioned at the Algona plant. , Oliver Corp. new "TNT" plow was tried out on a 12 acre plot V provided by Perry Collins of ! Pioneer Seed Corn .and furnished by Bradley Bros. Six .acres ' were plowed with the TNT unit and the balance with a standard mouldboard plow. Mr. Collins was to keep records with The Larry Days, Cedar Rap. ids, have a 5 Ib. 10 oz. daugh ter Tracy Ann, their first child, born April 17 in the Mercy hospital there. Mrs. Day, formerly Beverly Bristow, is the daughter of the Richard Bris- tows. Larry is the son of the Lee Days, also LuVerne, The Robert Rushers, Carthage, S;D., have a son born Monday, April 11. Mr. Rusher is a former LuVerne area farmer. Harold Nielsen Sr. is at Car thage, S.D., seeding oats on his farm there. The Fred Kruses, their sen the Donald Kruses were in Ventura Sunday for the open house in church there for the 50th wedding of Mr. Kruse's sister the Emil Eggerths. Their son the Walter Eggerths, were hosts. Mrs. Fred Kruse poured and Mrs. Donald Kruse assist ed with gifts. i Rita Patterson and Zelda Wit zel, daughters of the Max Pat tersons, and Frances . Shore; leave Thursday evening on i chartered : bus from Ft. Dodge to visit New York, the UN Washington, D.C., Gettysburg The trip is sponsored by th youth fellowship group of th Fort Dodge District Methodis churches. The Rev. and Mrs Roy A. Biesemeyer, LuVerne will be chaperones for Rita and Zelda. They will be away ten days. . ,'..., .',/ .. ,-.:•• '..•.• .. The John Backes have returned after three months vacation. They left'January 17 for Phoenix; Ariz., arid visited his sister, Mrs. Mary Guderian, and son the Maynard Guderians. They visited his brothers, the Harold Backes family and Ray Backes, Waterloo, visiting there, in Garden Grove, Calif. They returned home: ^Enroute home faey visited in "'Cedar Falls with their daughter Kathy, the David Morris family. Monday Mrs. Backes was called to Cedar Falls when Kristine 16 months old daughter of the David Morrises, had severe burns when she tipped a vapor izer over on her. ooo»oo»ooooooo»o»oooooo« on By Mae McLean »ooooooo»»o»»»o»»o»»»»»» a yield test to" see which best. A group of young women somewhere in Kossuth were among the gayest" girls in the Easter parade, all because they each had a new pair of nylons. Through a business connection, their boss was able to get the hosiery and they didn't have to stand in line! U.P.W. met last week Thurs day at'the Irvington church din ing room. President Doris Da vis led the lesson'study an Florence Cplwell, devotions The Mission study will be Thur sday with Mrs. Hazel Sabin leading the lesson. The John Doles returned last week Monday from a trip to Lawton, Okla., where they visited Mrs- Dole's parents, the J. M. Carpenters, and other relatives. Mrs. Martha Goicoechea, Re_. . . A . J np,. Nov., and Mrs. Oliver Knud- The largott group, 41, ever Irvington were guests Apr. to join the Good Hope church at one time did so on Easter Sunday. Tho 49 vacant country echo- olhouses in the county were to be sold to alleviate the housing shortage. In 1940, 125 one-room schoolhouses were in use. In 1945, only 83 were being used. * * * APRIL 16, 1936 Two drunk* were refuted rooms at the Dehnert hotel and they caused such a rough house that Mr. Dehnert had to tap one pf them on the head to drive him out of the building- Bath were charged with dr«nkeness the next day. A mats moating under auipi- ces of the anti-saloon league was held at the Algona Methodist church. ,. of initrwcHen for persons seeking car-driving or chauffeurs' permits was scheduled at the Court Ho.use. Applicants for either kind" of license could attend, but attendance was not compylsoiy in order to obtain 3, penn|t. A WW eyerte!&. itfit wps use4 for the first It waj? a machine on ,C lantern idee whM> _ on, i screen for 18 of the Charles Reapers. Mrs. Goicoechea, Mrs. Reaper, and Mrs. Knudsen were schoolmates many years ago in LuVerne, it had been nine years since Mrs. Goicoechea had been here and at that time came to attend the funeral of her mother. She was a guest Sunday of the Oliver Knudsens, Irvington. Mrs. Goicoechea is the former Martha Steussy, LuVerne, and a cousin of Aaron Steussy, Algona. The Albert Grills were Sunday callers at Harold Sabin's. The Neil Colwells, Ames, called Sunday at Neil's grandmother, Airs. Florence Colwell's Irvington, Neil is the son of the Harold Colwells, Algona. The house on the farm west of Irvington, formerly the Chamberlain farm but now ow ned by the Gerald Frankls, is undergoing extensive re-model ing. The. Mike Frankls plan to move to the place when the work is finished, there has also been a new garage erected. The trailer house on the Frank farm south of town where the Mike Frankls have been living has been sold to the Rev. Ralph Hindman, LuVerne. It is repor ted titat it will toe moved to Ames f04 will be occupied b the Bey, Hjndman's son and wife, wf]» are Q.OW attending school gt Westmar college, Le but after graduation in WS«te Wtt PM school 0 EVENINGS FOR YOUR SHOPPING ROAST KRAFT Grape Jam 18 Oz. 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