Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 16, 1966
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tfoWHj ALWAMCr M6N&AY, MAY 1*, easse H&SS BBSS MSW5 OF ALGONA his parahtfi, Mr. and'Mfs. Nfims. Mr. ahK Mrs. fc . knd —BY MOU.Y MacDONALD 8SS3 EBHS Mr. and Mn. John Baas spent last.Week Sunday in Faribault, Minh., with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mathahs of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh were in Minneapolis for several days recently where Mr. Murtagh attended an insurance meeting and a meeting of the Minnesota Pharmaceutical , Association. From Minneapolis, they drove to Hayward, Wis. for a day before returning home. Mr*. John Kenefick drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to meet her sister, Miss Verica Jane Snodgrass of Chicago. Miss 'Snodgrass will spend the summer 'at the Kenefick home ( with the daughter Ann - while Dr. and Mrs. Kenefick are in Europe. : The Keneficks will leave to<tey ?(Monday) for Chicago where .they will board a jet for Lon : don. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peal were visited over the Mothers Day v weekend by their daughter, Marilyn, who is in nurses training in Des Moines. ' ";. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Andreason 'entertained their couples bridge club Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst end family celebrated Mothers Day "this past weekend instead of the /week before by taking Ted's mother, Mrs. Olive Herbst, to . Minneapolis to see the Twins play the Washington Senators on Saturday. They spent Friday night at Mound, Minn., with the senior Mrs. Herbst's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck .Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith had as an .overnight guest in their home Tuesday Tom McDonald of Kansas City. He is a relative of the Smith's son-in-law, Lar, ry Plummer. Pr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson and family drove to Buffalo . Minn., Friday to visit Mrs.' Er,'. ickson's mother, Mrs. O. J. Anderson. On Saturday, the Erick- r! sons and Mrs. Anderson .went •* on to Minneapolis where ;th'3y visited Dr. Erickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erickson. ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens entertained their couples bridge dub last week Sunday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorh, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kinsmen, and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Bauer of Whit ; temore. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Owens won high and second high. Mr. end Mrs. J. C. Everds we: re visited over the weekend by their son Joe Everds of Tppeka, Kahs. He is in the research department of the Menninger Foundation. Mrs. Burton Harmes was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon for luncheon and cards. Present were Mesdames Don Ferris, Ed Adams, Paul O\vens, LeRoy Geving, Roland Ostwald and Ralph Bauer. Mrs, Ostwald and Mrs. Bauer are from Whittemore'. Mrs. Don Gant was a guest. Holding high iteoj»{'for ifche afternoon* •••<.$>*& Dr. and Mrs. John Kenafick drove to Eagle Grove last week Sunday to visit his sister, Miss Naomi Kenefick, before she returned to Rochester the next day for further surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Bunkofske spent the May 7 weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman- Bunkofske and family hi.Corydon. , ....... Mrs. Murray Mowers and her sister, Mrs. D. J. Gahan of Iowa Falls, drove to St. Charles, M., last week. They attended L den wood Alumnae Day there Saturday, May 6, and returned home Sunday. Monte Pearson and Tom Kenefick went to Minneapolis last week Sunday for the Twins double-header. Attending a Boy Scout recognition banquet at Storm Lake on May 10 from the Algona. area were the Revs. Frank Harcey and Melyin Davies, the Jerry Thuentes;; Richard Beisells, Duane Rileys, Eagle Scout David Riley, and Dave Evans, the new district .scout executive. The Leo Immerfalls and Mrs. Frank Mbulton and Phyllis attended the "Forest Prince", an Operetta, based on the music of T. Chaikowsky, given by the Mason City junior college, Monday and Tuesday evening. Kent Immerfall had the tenor lead as Voslab. guests At the WJbeft t^ffts in Masdtt felly ih hoitt* 'ol Kellcl&s's first holy communion. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley were Callers in New ProvideTUte Friday evening. 'Mfs. Okley at tended the shower for Vickie Williams, Miss Williams will, become the bride of Gene Oxley. Mr. aftd Mrs. Harold Fatka attended the wedding Saturday evening at Garner of Miss Su san Fisher and Milford Paulson of Minneapolis. Susan is the daughter of the Ray Fisher's. Mr. and Mrs, David Pals and children of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs, Richard Mullins and family called at the John Mullins home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwih Dean and Jim of Cowrie were Sunday visitors at .the home Of Mrs. Dora Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kannenburg of Huhiboldt were af ternoon callers, Mr. and Mrs, Paul VanHel ton and family visited Sunday ,vith his patents, Mr. , ahd Mrs Name pair for Boy's State from Bode Hoover is A nie<*e of Mrs. Bar- bsf. The Koti tfteteah's, rania, \i> sited last Weekend with their parents, the Herliev Nidson$ and fcrling Malrtiini Mrs, Flor> ence Hammer and David, Ft. Dodge, Were Sunday visitors at the Nielson home. Don Nielson, in the Marines at El Toro, Calif., phoned Mothers Day, The Arthur Hampes visited his 'mother, the Andrew Jacksons, Mason City, Sunday. ', Mrs. Pearl Barber and Mrs. Gertrude Qually visited Mrs. QuaJly's mother, Mrs. . Belle Knutson, Ellens Nursing home, in Ft. Dodge recently*. 1 The Xenhard Holdens have returned from a month with Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler visited Sunday afternoon •vith Mrs. William Gray at Clarion and^-Mrs. A. E. Spangler ^n Eiglet; Grove. Mrs. yiola Brown spent the weekend with the Lloyd Stroups •>.t Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. St- r'pup brought her home Sunday evening and atended chur- oh servi'pas at the Grace Baptist ' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs, Neiliie Marr at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hartshorn of Des^Moines spent the weekend with',,- the Richard Millers. Mrs. Sarah Weider was a Sunday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Patilal visited Sunday evening at. the George Yeoman ho '' ' me, ; Mr. .,. , and Mrs. Dale Yeotnain and ; Paula, and Mr. and Mrs, Larry -Anderson of Mankato, Minn, visited Saturday night at the Robert Kraft home near Renwickl Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel visited Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence at Fort Dodge. J Howard Nims of St, Cload, Minn, spent the weekend with J. A. VanHeilton at v Pleasant ville. Ch'fford Applegate of Wood burn, Ore. 1 is visiting at the 'home of his sister, 'Mrs. Sylvia Izzard. . ; '_'":'•'•'-,'. .'.•'.->••' ,'..'• Mrs. Eithel Beer,: visited her sister, Mrs. Grace "H^lgren at dear Lake. ,; ..•••; Mr. , and Mrs. Ray Long of Frecport, 111. viiiited with Mrs. Mae Long and Verle and the Terry, Longs. '• ^'^ '-'•'.'•.' ' ••;' Mrs. Sylvia Izzard and her brother, Clifford Applegate of Oregon, visited Sunday with the Harry Merrians at Garner, and Chas. Nauman iand Kathryh Miller at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge. Sunday guests at the Rich Hauswirths were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hauswirth of Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Char pel Hauswirth and .Jeanne. • ' • *••• A group of ladies attended a coffee . Tuesday morning at . the home of the Ernest Bonnstet- ters, in honor' of thieir daughter, Mrs. Joan Vkndefrberg. Ex-Algonan gets high ISU post An ex-Algpnan, Wayne Moore, ••as one of seven persons name rl l p high .p^sts at Iowa universities and colleges ^Friday. He .was named vice , president; for, , business and finance at ISU. Moore, 47, has. been assistant vice president for the past 'two, years and a member of the Iowa State : engineering / faculty for the past 10 years. 'His family formerly lived east of Algona oh McGregor, street ••." .. : ••';':•'•• '•'•:., ; Chargad when car hifc Chargos;,6f "fajjin'*. to haye 'iis car imdei* control'.'.were fil- rid against f)ayid 17i. of \lgona, after his machine struck i car driven ;by Frank Smith, Algona, from the rear as it was topped at a stop sign at State uid Dodge streets Friday, nighl about 10 p.m. There was $75 damage to the back end of the Smith machine and he had a minor neck injury, DAVE SMITH JACK HARRIS Bode — The Bode Legion post selected two boys to attend Hawkeye Boys State .camp this summer, June 5-11. Jack Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan (Cap) Harris, and Dave Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, St. Joe, both Juniors in Twin Rivers high school were. chosen; Boys State will :again be held at Camp Dodge, where the youth wil,! take part In. a clti zenship program designed 'to Ijetter- acquaint them, with their^ representative form of govern ment. Over 700 boys firom all Dflrts of the state attend Boys State. Visitors last week at David Bngel's were their two sons, the Gary Engels, Kirk and Kyle, and John Engels and .Brett, both froih suburban Chi cago. Gary Enpel is a pilot with Amencan Airlines at O'Haire Field and John is a senior at National Co'lege of Chiropractic. Sunday at St. Olaf Lutheran church Brett Evan Engel, son of the John Engels, and Paul Clarence Helland, son- of the Clifford Hollands Were baptized bv the pastor, the Rev. , Norman Johnson. J':. •>.;.• The Guy Lansings attended confirmation recently at the West Bend Lutheran church. Mr. Lansing's granddaughter, Ruth KetPilson. was one of the ohfirmfl.nts. She is the j. pr of Mr. and Mrs. A'rhie Ket- 1spn. Th« K"t«lsons , : also had their 25th wedding that day. poverty fund appeal 'Aororldihg ,to Jo's-Straub, Al^ goni ah'd chaiiiiiati of the Brockway family in Sunnyvale, Calif. Mrs. John Hanson,, who lives on Highway 169 south of Bode, is a medical patient at 'Lutheran hospital. ; ; The Senior Luther League of St. Olaf Lutheran church had a Guest Night for Leagues of Ottosen and Rutland. The visiting Leagues had t\\e r program. The Alfred Millers arrived in Humboldt from Gait, Calif.; Saturday and! are Visiting : .the 1L M. Olsdhs khd other relatives in Humboldt, Liverniipre and Bode. The Millers Were fo'i> ifter Humboldt t-esidfents. v The Richard ••' Christiansbris, Humboldt, ah'd Roland (Snooks) GhrMlansoh, Kansas City, Were Visitors Sunday at the 1 parental Art Ghristiansoh's. .« the. Kossuth County , Democratic Central Committee, a group of Kossuth residents are, investigating the .possibility of appealing the recent ruling of the Kossuth County Advisory Board ," which decided 6 to 5 not to use funds currentl^ available under the Economic Opportunity Act ("War on Poverty"). After' a 'public meeting in the courthouse oVer a week ago the^ Advisory Board turned down two proposed projects, orui dealing with special tutoring classes for slow'learriiers in the el'emeh- tary grades and" another \vhich Would frfoyide special training for educable ' retarded' ^childreh. At its county 'convention May "6, the Kossuth County' Democra tic Party topk issue with , the " Advisory' Board 'iand passed the f pi losing resdlutiori: ' • ;"'* We'teej that Jhe adniinistra- tion should initiate, an extensive public relations ( program . so thai the tgenfeinil public .can better appreciate' the ihtent of the 'Economic Opp^rturiity Act: W!e feel Mrs. K^telson is the V; former Lansing, formierly of ' " , . pt Guy Lgn.sinpls for .Day. iwere .the M Richard Thompsons of Forest City, Don Blairs, Gilmore City, an^ . Arnie Ketelsons, West Bend, Y The Ronald Olsons and Mary Lou' visited Mrs. Olson's father, Bert Gardner, and Mrs ; Minnie in Cowrie, Sunday. .-The Lpip'i.on Auxiliary <• met May, 3 with the President Shir- Bukken in charge. A short was held for., the late Mrs. Nhxine Pederson. who was rresirt?int o" the Auxiliary at the timie of her daath. Plans ;wafe rt'w'.s^d for 'Memorial pjay, . Ho-toTO-^ were Mrs. Audrey Harris, Mrs. Wanda Palm er and Mrs. Ruth Ols'on. Mrs, Bob Cfl.sh, CJ'aar Lake, sp^nt weekend with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Barbar. Monday Mrs. Cash, Mrs, Barber, the Bob Barbers, LuVerne, and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Whittemore, attended funeral services in Ft. Dodge for Merlin Hoover. Mrs. A group of about 35 Algona women took a chartered bus to Pella, Saturday for the tulip Festival. Mrs. Arthur Ristau and Mrs. Sylvia Germann organized the trip. Among the Saturday festivities; viewed by the grout» were the Tulip Dan ce, the- Parade of Tulips and the crowning of the Tulip Queen for 1966. Or, and Mrs. D. J. Shey drove to Cedar Rapids Tuesday with Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Capesius of Whittemore, The two men attended a one-day session of the Eastern Iowa Veterinarian Clinic there. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens and family drove to Ames last week Saturday to attend Veishea and visit the daughter, Jean, who is a freshman at Iowa State. Among the local people who attended the Boy Scout Prairie Gold Council recognition banquet at Storm Lake Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thu- ente, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beisell, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and son David, Rev. Frank Harcey and Rev. Merlin Davies of Lone Rock. More than 500 persons from the 19-coimty Prairie Gold area took part in the annual event which was held at the Cobblestone Inn. Or. Le Roy Strohman attended an all-day meeting of the Jowa Great Lakes Dental Society at Okoboji Saturday. The jneeiting was held at Crescent peach. Mr, and Mrs. Sheridan Cook and daughters spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook, in Willmer, Mian. an electric air-conditioned doghouse ?! It has been done... but not often. Today more and more people enjoy the comfort of electric air conditioning... And you can, too, in your home. You should—it's so dog-gonec! cc:r.:orlable... and inexpensive, too, with low electric rates! Algona Municipal Utilities thiat the public has been • •-v - i. i . •«'•-.. led to : balieve that the: .war! ori povierly ahother relief jrogram' Wr-, public'assistance titent is to' give' td 'ttiose, podr aeople Wnd are on jltt economic treadmill becAUse of lidt-of edU- cation or^tkining the/eduoatlon and training they need to find decent jobs and live' in dignity and thereby contribute to the growth of our,ecoiioniy. "We deplore the action of the Kossuth (County Advisory Board which reciehtly iufned down a worthwhile program designed to stamp dut ortd of the causes of poverty — the high school dropout— with, the result that the funds allocated to Kossuth county will not &o b'dcls Ho'the federal treasury/but'will'' ; pe.' used in some other county?';!' . The regional office of the Office of Economic Opportunity is in Kansas .City H and it is presum ed that the appeal, if any, wil Chairman of the Kossuth Ad visory ^i& the Rey./Newtpn Cou ghenour. Members include: -Co Supervi^,. Garry McDonald president. of; the.:|fpur ; *ounty unit, with u Harry Nafifiiger, oi LuVerne; the Revi Paul Hansen and Ted: Hoover Jr., of Titonka jCounity Supervisor (Diaries Pla the <rf Bdde) Ce6il fiidfefon. and Mrs, Ofplm Btig&J a* SWfea City; Ittchafd Brown, Elgin Allen, County School Supt. A. M. Quintard, tfte ftev, Cecil FriedmMin, •the fteV, Robert Lofenz, Dr, Jo- Seph ttdofley, WUliahi F. gteete, and Wes Bartlett, all of Algona; and ftusseJl Medin of Whitte- hiofe. Need Printing? Cull (he ADVANCE COMMODITY FUTURES 'mmm Do you need information? Wa invite you to consult with us if you are interested in trading grains, soybeans, beef, pork ahd eggs or any other commodity in which there is futures trading. , 'V ••; ; -'.- : ; Charles D. , Bancroft, Iowa > • ''y- ..-•;.'- -- i\. '-• '''•• Asspciated with Strattbn Grain >.' Division of Peavey.Co. 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