•~AIOONA (l*wt) AOVAHCI TMUMOAY, AHMt .11, IfM I A1N SUM JUUAN CHMSCHIUIS ^i^i^fc fl|L^j^^^| ' &£l'•" ''Ajwyl^ SCOTT BUCHANAN and Rex Post Were asked to make the drawings for the Izaak Walton prizes at the close of the Sportarama festivities Sunday afternoon. Names of persons registered were placed in a wire fish basket. The boys took turns in reaching for the winning names, For the drawing of the radios donated by Coast-to-Coast, Scott reached way, way down near the bottom of the basket and drew out his own name! Then the League had a prize for the lad who drew out the numbers but when there were two boys they were to choose a number between 1 and 20 to see who received a Scout knife and fork kit. The winning number was 11. Rex guessed the number to be 14 and Scott said 10 — thus winning twice in the last few minutes of the Sporta- rama. AND THEN there WM tht old, rock-ribbed Republi. can who asked that hit ashes IM sent to tht Internal Revenue office after have it till" his death with this note, "Now you , BILL KIRKLAND of Kirk's, Shoe Store made a recent visit to St. Louis and went out to the ballpark to see the Card's opener ... the gent he sat beside introduced himself and after the pair exchanged complimentaries, he asked if Bill would like to meet a couple of famous ballplayers ... the stranger took him down to a box seat where he met Jesse Haines, the all-time top Cardinal pitcher with the most wins in club history, and Red Schoendist, one of the best of all St. , Louis second basemen. Incidentally, the Cardinals were honoring Haines that night. '• IT'S SELDOM there is much on TV nowadays that is even of passing interest but the Academy Awards program over ABC (Ames and Austin) promised to be an enjoyable ' two hours ... but all anyone got is "snow" on their TV screen in this area and it's just another good reason" why "Cable i TV would be welcomed by many. " ' ; , ' Some of the top programs of the day are coming from ABC including lots of major sporting events but reception here at best is poor. Programs on TV today are absolutely the worst in history and "Where's Everett," a pilot film on , an invisible baby last Monday, certainly was a new low. : What with the lousy selection; at least Cable TV would s give us a choice of the "best of the worst" to watch! A DISPATCH from Washington Tuesday reported that James Roosevelt claims he was misquoted in accounts attributing to Roosevelt criticism of U. S. policy in Southeast Asia . . . as one of hundreds of newsmen in the Fort Des Moines Grand Ballroom Saturday night in Des Moines, listening to Roosevelt's speech, we can tell you he has not been misquoted. Most of the audience was amazed at his attack on President Johnson's foreign policy. Roosevelt said we never should have got involved in Viet Nam until we knew there 'was a stable government, which there is not now and which he thought was unlikely after the coming elections, ' Roosevelt, eldest son of the late President and Eleanor Roosevelt, impressed his audience as a level-thinking and sincere man. He is working for the United States in the U. N. in 'the economic and social division of the U. N. and feels unless we can come up with a government program which offers some hope for the under-developed countries of:the world, this .country is doomed because we won't have enough men to fight .all the battles we will be called to fight around the World. , ' '•••'. .. : •', •, . ; :" -,., ., - ,; But everyone left with the same opinion .,. . lie is not happy with the Johnson administration's Southeast Asian foreign policy and prior to his speech he said his remarks might'cost him his job in the U. N, v WHEN MRS. FIT! "Martha" Giocoechealof arrived in the Algona and LuVerne area to visit friends, it is doubtful if many of them recognized her oh first sight . . . you see, SHE LOST 276 POUNDS during the past 22 months. She is the former Martha Steussy, daughter of the late Fred Steussys of LuVerne, Bothered by a thyroid condition, she weighed 449 Ibs. at one time but was at 426 when she started her weight-reducing treatment which included regular exercises at a slenderizing studio at Reno and a special diet ... the 62-year-old woman celebrated her reduction by vacationing in Old Mexico and Mexico City and atter leaving this area, will visit friends in Minnesota and Wisconsin. She was in the Advance office Tuesday and reports she has been an Advance subscriber for forty years. Mrs. Giocoechea estimates she spent $10,000 over the years in trying to lose weight. Her special-made shoes cost her as much as $50 when she still had the additional 276 pounds and she weighed herself on the scales at a scale company or feed store because no average scale could handle her. Mrs. Goicoechea left this area in 1927, taught school in Nevada for a time and later married a rancher who died several years ago. She had not been back to Kossuth county since 1957. 'P»te* Wagner, Titonka tiler, dies at €0 Titonk. — William Peter Wagner (Pete) died at his home Saturday, April 16, at the age of 60 years. Funeral services were held Monday at 1 p.m. at the Blake Funeral Home with Rev, John Janssen, minister of Ramsey Re' formed church, officiating. Bur* lal was in the church cemetery, Allan Blake sang, accompanied by Mrs. Donald Tapper. Bearers were William Brandt, Verle Nelson, Ehno Folkerts, William Rode, John R. Harms, and Elmer Gerdis. William, son of Peter and An* na Wagner, was born March 17, 1906, on a farm near Titonka. He never married. He lived his entire life near and in Titonka, and worked as a tiler. He was retired. Survivors include a sister, tfrs. Simon Ricks, Titonka, and two brothers, Albert, Nora Spri ngs, and Herman, Algona. Otrttophw it Manhattan, toft. M MARLYS MILDRED THOMSEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alviri Thomsen, and Kenneth Keith Kerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, both of Estherville, were married recently at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Estherville. The couple is now at home at Williams Air Force Base in Arizona. A reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Mrs. Chester Bailey is being visited by her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Graham of Clayton, New Mex., who came via Alabama where and they had visited friends, Mr, and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs of Sioux City. Patricia Groen end Jeenette Wichtendahl came from Fort Dodge for a weekend visit with their .respective families, Mrs. torm Groen at Burt and Mr. lid'••Mrs: Edwin Wichtendahl at jbne Rock. Mrs. David King's niece end nephew, Mr. and Mrs. del Wilds if. .Marion were in a recent car accident and Mrs. Wilds had serious multiple injuries and is n St. Joseph hospital at Mason City.. They had recently been at Fairmont, Minn, to see her mother, Mrs. Ida Simmons. Her father, the late Mark Simmons •"' a brother of Mrs. King, the former Carrie Simmons. Harold Hanson, e resident of the Good Samaritan Home, was visited Sunday by his sister Mrs Hagnhild Kinseth of Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, and friendi Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander of; Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bomge ars had as recent weekend gue sts the former's brother and sis ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bomgaars, of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr had as recent guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sargeant of Sioux City. Their son Douglas Barr, a student at the Iowa State college, Ames, was also home and brought with him his roommate, Danny Connley, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Inr ernull, and with them went to Ames to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jody utter, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Barton. The Cutters nave a new daughter, Christine The other daughter is Tracy ody is the son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Cutter, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Kuehl are coming Saturday from Millard ? FEDERATED MEETING Titonka Federated Club was lost to 12 women's clubs from Kossuth April11 at Good Hope -.utheran church. Awards for Community service were presented, and a style show was given by members Wearing garments they had made/Speakers included Larry McKeever, representing the Iowa School for the Blind, and Mary Joe Haag Whittemore, former teacher ir Pavla, Brazil, who spoke and showed pictures of that country. Newly elected county officers installed were Mrs. Leonard Elbsft, Whittemore, president; Mrs. Russel Patterson, Burt, vice; Mrs. Durwood Voight, Fen ton, sec.; and Mrs. Robert Bolenus, Wesley, treasurer. fl*W to Manhattan for the April 3 weekend. The WeUftpM also another daughter, the Paul Schmidts, Churdan, en- route home. The Father-Son banquet was held in the MethodlAt church April 10 Cub Scout* will hold a pack meeting in the Legion Hail April 25. Mrs. Joe Meurer and Jim and the A, M. Lemkees, Algona, visited Mrs. Dora Bonnett at Am* joy, Minn., for her birthday She is a sister of Mr, Lemkee. The Lloyd Mays, Mason City GARY LOBBIO Youth named at Wesley for Boys State Wesley — Gary Loebig, son of the W. F. Loebigs, has been selected by the Legion Post to the Legion Boy's State at Camp Dodge, June 5-11. Gary has been active in track and on the hoh or roll at Garrigan where he is a junior. He took part in tile all school play and has won several awards s .at state and Diocesan speech contests the past two years. He has been a representative of Garrigan at Youth Christian Students and Catholic Youth Organizations. Steve Walker, son of Jim Walkers, has been selected as alternate. He also a junior at Garrignn. Mrs. Pet ffiifc* he* pawfi, the Mrs. Baade is not well. The We^t flfid, .«*• callers it Fratikltii fdx'i Sttn- The Ottd HenHersdns st>enA the weekend in Ida Grove at his brother NV V. Henderson's, Another brother, the Paul Hen* dersons, Atkins, were also weekend guests. :, "j Relatives have frequently visited L. S, Koppen, patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, several weeks, since he fell at his home and had a broken hip. He recently had an attack of pleu* risy. Mrs. Koppen is staying in were Sunday guests at John Mason City. Bauer's. The women are sisters. Easter guests at BUI Kpp- Easter guests of Mrs. Joe pen's were the Rollin Schmidts, Meurer and Jim were the Don Vogels, Lohrville, and the Fritz Vogels, Churdan, Mrs. Joe Meurer had her contract bridge club Saturday. Mrs. Julia Forburger, Algona, guest. Mrs. Mary Mullin will have the club May 7. The Lawrence Baylors had as Easter weekend guests the Irving Isaacsons, Dayton. Mrs. Lawrence Baylor spent April 12 at Jerry Gault's at Durant. .Other guests were Mrs. Weston Gault and Mrs. Henry Weiland, Britt. The Vernon Bertes, St. Joe, were Sunday guests at the par ental Mrs. Justine Becker's. of Winterset. Knute Mehl, Neb., tor a few days visit with their son-in-law and daughter, rtr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay and amily. Sally Bay is taking a part in a school play and they are coming to attend it. 3 Mr. end Mrs. Don Armstrong have had as recent dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Don Logue of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Logue, of Lavermore, Mr. and Mrs. Lleyd Wellendorf and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns went to Des Moines recently where Mr. Burns will remain at the Veterans hospital for treatments and'Lloyd had a checkup at the hospital. The Wellehdorfs and Mrs. Burns re turned home but Mr. Burns will be there for awhile. Last week Friday he was. visited by his sister Mrs. Ralph Callahan and daughter Mary of Battle Creek Mich., prior to his leaving for Des Moines. Mr. end Mrs. Claude Corey former Algonans now living a Des Moines, visited Mr. and Mrs Henry Becker last week. Mr. end Mrs. R. A. Behnke have had as recent guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mi* and Mrs. Herman Behnke, o Fairmont, Minn. With them of Newel, who $•••••••••••>••••)•••••)•••) Fenton Joan Bellinger -••-'-••-•^AAAAAAttAAAAAAAAAAAAr •e'^^~™™~™V™™~™™~~™"" Mrs. Herman Luedtke is in Room 213 and Mrs. Henry Uthof in Room 204 at the hospital in Estherville. Eighth grade students from St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, plan a trip to Concor- dja College at St. Paul this weekend. A speaker has been engaged for the Mother-Daughter banquet at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville on May 10. TibP Edward Priebes have recently returned from their winter home in Florida. The Modernettes met Thursday at Jeanette Pireyer's. Prizes went to Florence Lynch, Anita Thiesea aad Wttnaa Bjer fa Gue- fte were Lorsinne Feye and Joan JBoIMfiger, . Arnold Hainzuigers, is havini a 30-day leave with his parent before returning to duty a Qarop Pendelton, Calif, He jus recently returned from activ duty as a sniper in Viet Nam. George O. Jorgenson had sui gery at St. Mary's hospital a Rochester Wednesday. His roor number there is 7-234. Th George M. Jorgensons and Mr. George O, Jorgenson and chi dren visited him Sunday. Several men from St. Luke at FairvUle cleaned up th church grounds Monday. Won en of the congregation wi spring clean the church ne* Monday. The Ray Stoebers, Mario Stuckis and Richard Stuckis c Spencer, were Sunday guests c the Wilfred Stoebers. MISS UNIViiSITY - Mis Deborah Molitor, daughter c Mrs. Betty Molitor of Onaw< was chosen Miss University $ the University of South DakoU VermJliioflj where she is a f resl David Haiiuinger, soa of the man. Other clubs as hostesses were Whittemore, Plum Creek and Algona Women's Club. HAVE MISSION FESTIVAL The Good Hope and Immanuel Lutheran churches had joint mission festival services Sunday at Good Hope Lutheran church. Rev. Lloyd Sand, mis- ionary, having served for several years at Cameroun, Africa, poke at both morning and evening services. A pot luck dinner vas held at noon and Fellow- hip hour alter the evening, service. P.T.A. OPEN HOUSE The annual P.T.A. open house was held on April 18 at the school. Classrooms were open with exhibits and teachers were present to confer with parents Joan Cosgrove, daughter o the Richard Cosgroves, a stud ent at Mankato State, will take part in Water Street Journal given by the swimming club of the college April 20 to 22. Jan Haanan, Chicago, and Dr. Alice Sartor, Charles City, were weekend guests of Mrs, Mary Oesterreicher. The Douglas Mechlers have a son, Dale William, born Tuesday, April 12 at Blue Earth hospital. He has three older brothers. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Henrietta Dontje, Ledyard, and paternal, Mrs. Louise Mechler, Titonka. Grace Heifner is visiting for GOOD WILL BAGS Cub Scouts and Den Mothers: rtesdames Rollin Heard, Gayle Studer, David Roquet, Don iauptman, Rich Reiling and Sari Robinson distributed Good Will bags Saturday to all homes n Wesley. The bags are for donations of wearable or repair able clothing, and small house- lold appliances for the handicapped workers at Good Will Industries in Sioux City. Boy Scouts under the leader, Ed Dorn tier, Scoutmaster, will pick up ;he filled bags this Saturday Bags are to be left in front ol homes by 8:30 a.m. No maga zines or newspapers are want ed. SHOWER IS GIVEN Elaine Goetz. was given shower at her parental Leo Goetz home recently by a group of relatives. Cards were played and lunch served. She will marry Glennis Amber Saturday, April 23, in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 10 a.m. Mrs. (Marge) Ray Brcka and daughter in the Forest City hospital, where the baby was born April 13. She has been named Patricia Rae and is their first child. A boy was born 'the same day to the Frank Brchas, Mason City. The new fathers are brothers. The Frank Foxes are expect ed 1 home this week from Puxico Ho., where they have been sev era! weeks visiting his 90 year old mother, Mrs. Lucy FOX, am sister, Mrs. Ara Stilts, and other relatives and friends. Earner, Frank Koppen and Lou* isa Hauptly, Algona. The Bill Koppens were Sunday guests at Bob Lickteig's, Algona. Bob is now adjuster for the Iowa Kemper Insurance Co., Mason City. Mrs. Lickteig is employed at the Weidenhoff plant. The Elmer Doughans and Leonard Arndorfers visited the Ooughan daughter, the Jim Walmsleys, Sac City, Sunday. Vic Loebig, who had been at his daughter, the Kenneth Has- mussens, Forest City, following his release from the Britt hospital is now in his home in Wesley. He had a heart attack January 30. Prairie Neighbors met Friday at Merlin Studer's. Mrs. Tom Lickteig was assistant. Mrs. Len Arndorfer gave the lesson. The May 10 meeting Minnie Frimml, Smith assisting. will be with Mrs. Glenn LOG — Bill Tracy, Greenfield log dealer, recently shipped an eight foot, 48 inch walnut log to Germany where it will be turned into as many board feet of walnut veneer as nine average logs. The tree was approximately 5 foot in diameter at its base. WANTED CAR HOSTESSES WILL BE AT THE DRIVE INN MONDAY, APRIL 18TH AT 1 P.M. CARRY'S A & W DRIVE INN IIIIIIIIIIIIIHM GOLF CLUB OPEN The Hillside Golf Club opened Saturday April 15, with G. M. Studer as manager. The dub louse has been enlarged and redecorated, and will be operated >y the Jack lickteigs and G. M. Studers. TWINS BIRTHDAYS Debbie and Denny Ackerson lad their 9th birthdays April 14 and took treats to their classmates at St. Joseph's parochial school. They are third graders and are twins of the Everett Ackersons. has been assisting at the Good Samaritan Home, is back from maneuvers on the Pacific and will be here till September when he will return for active service in the navy. His parents are the managers of a Good Samaritan Home at Newel. Mr, end Mrs, Ralph Donovan were at their cottage at the Oko- bojis Saturday seeing about some needed repairs before opening it for summer use. Mrs, Velma Patton is moving to Minnesota in May. The house she has been living in has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wubben; the Wubbens have been in an apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lallier had as last weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Jennings of Shenandoah who also spent some time with Mrs. Velma Patton. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lallier have been Mr. and Mrs. Chayles Margrave of Marion. Mrs. Ralph Donovan has re turned from South St. Paul, Minnesota, where she had spent a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wittern and family. Mrs. Pick Seised went to Humboldt Sunday to see her grandmother, Mrs. May Cleveland at the Houston Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton were visited Sunday by their son Ronnie of Storm Lake. His wife and little daughter CJieryl Aim vyent on to Titonka to join her were their daughters Mary of Rochester, Minn, and Marjorie, R. N., of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. end Mrs. William Runchey have been visited recently by their son Fernley and wife of Goshen, Ind. Since Jan. 1 Mr. Runchey has been working in the Cedar Rapids territory for the Salisbury Stock Food company and they will eventually settle in that vicinity but in the meantime Mrs. Runchey remains at Goshen until their farm is sold. Mr, end Mn, Albert Gransow have recently been at New Ulm, Minn., where they spent a weekend with their son, Rev. Boyd Granzow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and their daughter Mrs. Earl Booth went to Minneapolis, Minn., to attend the baptism of Bryan James, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Steven. Services were held in the Lake Harriet Methodist church. The infant is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs Leo Steven and the first child of the James Stevens. Qr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter returned Monday from a visit a' Joplin, Mo., with Mrs. Potter's mother, Mrs. Nina Harris, aad at Springfield with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Gene Harris, They drove into Arkansas also and at both pla ces the scenery was beautiful with blooming redbiid and dog wood tr^es. They were gone week. a time with relatives in Des Moines. Titonka Federated club met with Mrs. Wm. Amesbury, Mrs. Clarence Schutjer assisting. The lesson was by Mrs. Loren Burnett. The short lesson was giv en by Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr. The Kenneth Krantzes were on a week's vacation in the Ozarks. Mary Oesterreicher attended the North Central teacher's meeting at Charles City last week. Titonka Girl Scouts elected officers at their last meeting: Pres. Marlene Janes; vice, Rhonda Budlong; sec., Sharon Spear; treas., Trudy Haines; Jean Vtayland, reporter. Many C.D.A. members are planning to attend the Mother Daughter banquet at 'the St. Patrick parish hall in Britt. The local officers are in charge ol the entertainment. Bonnie Bieich and friend Thomas Grimme, both of Minneapolis, spent the April 17 weekend at her parental Art Bleieh's Bonnie is a dental assistant Lewis Bieich is in the navy and is stationed at Naples, Italy. Mrs, Ruth Ricke and Rose Ann visited the former's parents, the August Vaughans, Ogden, Sunday. The A. N. Richtsmeiers returned April 15 after three months with their daughter Alice Richtsmeier, at Phoenix, Ariz., nurse, and with their daughter, the Michael Bauej:s and baby CAPPY'S A&W WILL OPEN FOR THE SEASON FRIDAY, APRIL 22id 11 a.m. Turn corners Into not- oral curves with Antwerett*. Thii mere wisp of a long-Uo pcmtit makes yoM round where a woman should be round, firm all over. Inner crisfcross bands hold in your tummy, curve your upper hip and reach down in back to round your derriere, Nylon and Spandex power net in l , 0n ? t t l r: for avfroa « OIP long terio. £ lp !T , 0n ? tl r: or avfroa « OIP long terio. White, black, deb blue, naturelle, frosted yellow in P'S-MrLOCL. $12,00 Answt rette brqs in regular, contour and fully padded stylos. $3,00 to $5,00 ' Answerette by "Serving Kossuth County Since 1870"
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