Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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4-ALftONA (Iowa) ADVANCt THURSDAY, MAY 36, 1*«* Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ottwlnkle; were visited over the weekend» by Paul's brother-in-law and sister Marguerite, Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, of Minneapolis. Minn. They are former Algon- ans and Mr. Logan was employed at the Rexall drug store. They also visited Mrs. Logan's father, Charles Ostwinkle at the Good Samaritan Home. ; Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Milder went to Minneapolis last week and met Mrs. Mildcr's sister Margaret forbes of Los Angeles, Calif. She had come to attend the graduation ot the Milder s daiignter Jot.llen from the col* lege of St. Tnerese at Winona, Minn., and tne son Bill Milder who will be graduated from Garrigan scnooi. Miss Forbes will be here till June 4. Mrs. Millie Nolte will be visited soon by her brother Ed Gen- nch of California wno will fly here to be present at the Gen rich lamily reunion sciieduled lor June il. Mrs. Genrich will not accompany him as she has not been as well as usual. She stood the oriental trip taken several weeks ago very well but is having a little trouble with a' lameness, aruintis and a circulatory condition. Mrs. Fern Foster accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Bartlett to ues Moines and is guest of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Y;Uiaud and Mrs. Mary Boswell, former Algouans, wmle Mi's. Bartlett is attending a P.E.O. sisterhood 'meeting at the Fort Des Monies hotel. They will return home * riday. . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson have returned from a ten days visit at Grand Island, Neb. witrt the la tiers brotner-m-iaw and sister, -Mr. and Mrs. Don Mertz. Enroute they stopped bnetly in Des Moines to see Jim Burns at the Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. t>«rl Snyder and daughter Cheri and Mrs. Heath, of Le Grange, 111. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson. Darl is a 'former Algona n, son of Mrs. Haliard bi der and the late Mr. Snyder. The senicr Mrs. Snyder now lives in California. •Mr. and Mrs. .Andrew Hanson had as guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mouwr, ot Orange Engaged MR. AND MRS. Wayne Keith, Algona, announce the approach- ng marriage 01 their daughter, yiargaret iviaroa, to Terry Heald, Jeoar Hapids, son of the Donalu Heaids, MOUX City. She is a graduate of 'SCI and is the voca- lonal hpmemaKing teacher at Vlonpna high school. He received his degree from Coe college, Cedar Radios, and teaches main- ematics in the same school sys- em.. The wedding will oe July 10 in the First Baptist church. City- , Mrs. J. D. Burns . returnee Vloines to see Mr. Hutzall's bro ther-m-law, Jack McCarty, wno is a patient at Mercy hospital. ." Raymond Bilsborough has re ceiyeu word ot tne ueath of his aunt, Mrs. Willis Bilsoorougii B2, at Dwignt, 111. due to a was attack, sne hat> Monday from Des Moines where she had been with Mr. Btir- ns who was .under treatment at the Veterans hospital. He expects to be dismissed in about ten days. The son James came from Magnolia, Ark: and Mr. Burns' sister, Mrs. Homer Herwig of Cedar Rapids and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Airs. Joseph Origer of Estlier- Ville were also in Des Moines to see him. •• ', :; , Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson returned from Des Moih.es Mon'- day and were accompanied by Mrs. Burns. Mr. Thompson had also been at the Veterans hospital and under treatment for a nervous condition. Ed Hagg has had his machine shop closed several days while he is at his home and sick with a bad case of flu. Jess Dyer of Des Moines was here to see him last week. Ed is still at home and though he is much improved, he will not open his shop for awhile until completely recovered. Mrs. Fern Foster will have Lewis Bleakley of Glendive, Mont, as guest from Saturday till Monday. He will be going to Kenosha, Wis. to buy a new car and is stopping here to see friends. His wife was Ruth Tribon, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Ruth 'has been deceased several years. Mr. and Mrs, Durwood St, John and Elizabeth, Mrs. Carrie St. Joh nand Mrs. Helen Nel- been confined to a wheel chair many years. She is survived by heir; husband, sons Willis jr. and lJUahe, anu daughters Jea- 'and Virginia, ail married. 'linefamily lived here some time ago and Willis bilsborough is a brother of the late Floyd mlsborough. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brunei went -to Gilnipre City Saturday to attend the graduation of the termer's'? niece j-Liuaa, Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs;. Koo- 'ert'Oikik.'•'",'""' "€>•:'"'" ""'•.• Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell sipcnt the weekend at Mason Ci- tyV wibh .their soas-in-law and daughters, Mri, and .-Mrs;'. Fred Lasivahn ana Mr. and Mrs. Wilham DeKruif. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey have had as guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell, of Mound, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk are going to have as guests Sunday uylr.^and'vMrs. Guiinar Tmm ot Uraettinger who will attend the •.baccalaureate services. The 1 Ru- sks daughter is a graduate. Doctors Jack Clapsaddle, Le j Roy Strohnian and Karl Holt man were in Emmetsburg last Thursday attending atternoon and evening meetings of the Tri-County Uental Society. Mir. end Mrs. W. B. MacDon aid and Heather, and Mrs. MacDonald's mother, Mrs. W. W Sullivan, lent Saturday lor a week's stay in the Ozarks near Table ROCK Lake. They visited friends in Kansas City enroute Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg, Hartley, were visitors in Algona last week. They were over night guests of the Henry Beck ers. The Oggs, former Algon ans, just recently returned tr om their winter stay at Clear water, Fla. The Mike O'Briens, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with Mrs. O'Brien's parents, the Julius Sellers,, St. Benedict. Mr. Fenton school wonts dated to close year Fenton — School will be missed at 2:30 on the afternoons of the last two days of the school year, May 26-27. Report ca- rus wiii be handed out on the last day of scnooi to grade school students. The junior high and high school reports will ue mailed on June 1. Instrumental music lessons Will be available tor students at Sentral during the summer. This program is sponsored by the scnooi district so there is no onarge made tor the, lessons. Parents are urged to encourage the students to practice regularly and attend lessons just as oiiten as possible during the eignt wee* period. Because of the number ot pupils involved, it will probably be necessary to limit private lessons to grades 6 through 9. Older students will be included if time permits. Plans are to begin the lessons June 6 at the Sentral high school. The lessons will be given by Warren Jones. Contact turn lor information. Driver education .classes' will begin June 6 at 8 a.m. The classroom phase of the program will be conducted tor two weeks, 8 to 11 a.m. Behind-the- wneel training will be set up on an individual student schedule. Students must be 15 years ot age by July 15, 1966, to be eli- giole. Effective this August, state law requires a person be 17 or have successfully completed an approved driver education course in order to obtain a driver's license. 1'he summer remedial reading program planned for the students of the present 3rd through 6th grades who live within the boundaries of the Sentral district has been approved for funds under the title 1 of the elementary and secondary education act of 1965. This program will start June 13 and classes will be held in both Lone Rock and Fenton. Classes wilt be held three days each 'week for six weeks. Classes will b,e held in Fenton: Tuesday, Wed., and Friday, with Mrs. Opal Root teaching, and in Lone Rock Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, with Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn teaching.. TljjB.81 gram v * 1st, Dennis ger, and honor* Sanftner and Mrs. A. M, mention, Silly H*nn* and ttad* ftton school, ula BetklMd ind tfidHICflM.* Bfainera, Mir the Women give i eiteck for grandchildren. $130 to the Sentr*! school library fund for reference materials and other needed books. The money was the proceeds from the alumni ballgames last winter, installation of officers followed. bata) i*oik» both of PUeblo, Colo., and Matthew Sanftner of Brainerd, Minn.; also seveh Engaged MR. AND MRS. Floyd M. Holt announce the engagement and, approaching marriage of their daughter, tietty Jane Holt, to Edward L. Carman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garman, fiurt. The ceremony will take place on June 18 in Saint Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. She is a sophomore in nursing at. the University of Iowa. He is finish- ng his freshman year in the scnool of medicine at the university. He is associated with Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. summer for students living in tihe. Sentral district. John Thatcher will direct the pro- grim. • Students from the Fenton area will be going either to Armstrong or bancrolt for swimming lessons Monday and Thursday, and Lone ROCK stud- hts*wili go to Swea City Tues- CONCERT IS GIVEN A concert by the 5th and 6th grades of Fonton and Lone Rock, and the junior high of Sentral was held for parents of the students at the Sentral gym. Music Mothers met afterwards in the lunch room. New officers from the board, arc president, Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, Vice; Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, sec.; Mrs. Merle Voigt, treas., Mrs. Ray Priebe. Board members for the next year are Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. David Berkland and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson. The next meeting of the Music Mothers will be in September. Frank Sanftner rites held at Bancroft Tuesday Funeral services for Frank Sanftner, 77, a longtime Swea City farmer, were held Tuesday morning at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Father Maurice Krause officiated and burial was in the St. John's cemetery. Oar tafaly check dated at Fenian Fenton — In accordance With a statewide campaign to inv prove the safety of motor ve» hides, the student council of the Sentral high school is spon« soring a Safety-Check along Highway 44 in Femton Saturday, May 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hf Lm»aMAM IfMnTtlllfil Eileen 6'bftehv daughter of the Edmund O'BHeiif, Whitt* more, student At College! of Sftifit Mary, Omaha, Nebf.» hu bjeeii accepted into Alpha Gamma Omega, the National Drama Fraternity, at the Honors Convoca tion held at the college May 17. Wlnnin annomori al Cowan'i Paint Oaf Winners of door prizes at the OoWlft Cofp. Pijlit itdft D4y lift firidiy wlt« tti« Mn , Uermti Wise, MM. Lyle ftidlngef, . R«i Ttylof . R. B. . Mrs. George Findel, John Wey< 3Srt,1S*? Melett ^iChteitd*hL MArica Parrish, fid Molccck, Rose Stebritz, Ray Sewick, all 6f Algona, one gallon of paint; and Mrs. Elmer Gates, paint bfttth. TO GRADUATE Brigitta Whittemore, daughter 6f the James Whittemores. will be among the Iowa Wesleyan College seniors, Mount Pleasant. to graduate May 30 at the commencement exercises. y .and Friday. A child must be at least 6 years old to be eligible for swimming lessons. Mr. 'l ! hatciher will "hold Pee Wee and Midgets baseball practices 'land ail games will start at 1:30 at the high school. High school games and practices will be at 6 p.m. OFFICERS INSTALLED The Fenton Town and Country Wonian's club met last week for a 6:30 buffet supper al Ardis Jones's. Students .fran* the Sentral grade schools who had been selected as winners ir the safety poster contest sponsored by the women were pres 6n't -and received their prizes" winners were, from 'Lone; Serving as pallbearers Were Arthur Renger, Louis Renger, Raymond Gardner, John Schneider. Vern Lunn and Frank Bauer ST. Mr. Sanftner died last Thursday very suddenly. He had not been ill. He was born Feb. 28, 1889 at Swea City and lived his entire life in the area. He was married to Mary Krebsbach at Ledyard on May 4, 1925 and they farmed in the Swea City area until .retiring. They continued to make their home on the farm, however. Survivors include his wife, Mary, three sons and one daughter; LeRoy Sanftner of Minneapolis, Paul and Jerry Sanftner and Mrs. Warren (Jane) Thomp- of Swjga'City; two bjo- and one sister, Lawrence BROS. son went to Morlan Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Larry .St. John. Cheryl, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bless Rusk will be graduated this month and has chosen Drake university for her studies next fail. She was invited to .attend the fourth annual high school invitational and spent the weekend at Stalmaker dormitory getting acquainted with college Jiving. Various points Ol interest were visited, among then} fine arts building. All the .activities were done to accustom the prospective students to campus living. Sunday morning each attended the church of their choice and Cheryl attend' ed St. John Lutheran church. Mrs. Ann Hanson was visited one day last week by her d,aug- bier >Irg. Maurice Mprtenson Mend Mrs. Alec Muers of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutgell went to Earlharn Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Hutsell's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester. O'Brien will teach social studies and drivers training at Fonda next year. They will move June 1st. Other guests Sunday were the Mike Seders, Mrs. Mary Seller, and Mrs. Anna Bleicn for Linda, Robin, Julius, and Sherri Seller and Mike O'Brien, whose birthdays all fall in May. Sherri Sejler was unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon F. Helmers and family, Vail, have been staying at the home of his parents, the Harm Helmers, wliiie finishing some work for tjie Algona Electric that had been started. They have now returned home and he has returned to lu's work at Denison. Also visiting her parents was Beverly Helmers who is employed at University hospitals at iowa City. BANK CASHIER Bancroft ^- John Govern, son of Mrs. John Govern of Bancroft, has been named cashier of the Security Savings Bank at Eagle Grove. He has been assistant From there they went to Des cashier since 1963. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS — OAS FOR LESS : -,.; : : .... -,•-. ,, : v " .?.^;\: : . • ALGONA ','•''.;.' Would like to wish all the stock car owners listed below, end their drivers, the best of luck during the season, which begins at Kossuth Speedway, Algona Fairgrounds this Friday evening:: .-:..•-.';,.:- ; . . :• :..<. CITY ALGONA BANCROFT SPENCER SPENCER POCAHONTAS MASON CITY VENTURA MASON CITY ALGONA ALGONA ALOONA ALOONA ALGONA ALT A BANCROFT WESLEY SPENCER ALGONA FT. DODGE MASON CITY RENWICK CLARION FT. DODGE FT. DODGE ALGONA HUMBOLDT ALGONA ALGONA BURT WESLEY ALGONA ALGONA CLARION WIST BIND HUMBOLDT ALGONA MASON CITY HUMBOLDT ALGONA v - :i "''' ^-'v- OWNER. '• . .:,V '?•"• '- ••• '.•••'. ^.^i-;. ... ,.-•' •> .. •1 -ll___J__i W;tD. SPECHT .'•>.'.-:• 2 _l_L-^__^^p6N DOOCY ' l ' 3 •__ GREG WHITE 4 DAVID STONE 5 JOHN McBRIDE 6 BRYAN MURRILL 7 JERRY HEJNA S FRANK MORRIS t. BUTCH HOUSEHOLDER 10 ___•_ DICK YEOMAN 11 LEONARD HANSON 13 —_ DELANE POOCH 14 DON HILBERT IS — . BERRY HOBBS 16 MARV GANGESTEAD 17 GARY ZWIEFEL 18 TONY TRIEWEILER !» DON HAMMER 2Q LEROY COLLINS 24 TISOR A ROBERTS 25 MACK MILLS 31 WILLIE KLUSS 34 DAVE VAN EVERY 3S CHUCK CRIMMINS 31 LARRY SOWERS 43 DICK BOYD 44 LEONARD PESICKA 47 JIM WOLF& 54 MIKE WOLTZ 55 IRWIN HILDMAN M M. H. HONSBRUCH 65 WAYNE MEYER 66 GARY HILL 71 LESTER FRIEDEN 77 CAROL KNOWLES 7i DARRiLD BUNKOFSKE 81 STfVE BARLOW 90 ROY PELTZ 99 PON MINARD DON'T FORGET! FRIDAY, MAY 27 WARM-UPS — 8 P.M, RACES — 8:30 P.M. KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY FOR SUMMER'S FIRST HOLIDAV! 4 DAYS ONLY! REDUCED! You'll find side zip and front fly fashions in fine Dan River combed cottons; light and dark ground prints ... basic and fashion toned solids in cotton/nylon stretch, gabardine and stretch twill. Sizes 8 to 18. — Straw Handbags 2 44 Reg. to 3.99 Totes, shoulder, clutch, pouch styles. Novelty handles. In black, natural, white. Boys' Double Knee Jeans . FAIRGROUNDS — ALGONA Reg. 1.99 Cowden 10-ounce Sanforized blue denim jeans. Vat dyed. Triple stitched for long wear. 6 to 16. Save! Ladies' Sport Pants "399; 'Specially purchased. Greet values in proportioned Da- eron polyester/cotton no-iron prints, stretch denim.' It* 2.25 to $5 Poor b«ys, cot< ton knits, rib ticklers, sleeveless fun tops in wiM patterns andMlids. Misses'slses. 4 DAYS ONLY! Men's Regular 1,98 Sftort Sleeve Sport Shirts KNITS! WOVEN FABRICS! HENLEY NECKUNE$! Hen leys in cotton knits, woven solids, stripes, bold patterns. Spread or Mtfn down collars in cotton oxford prints and plaids. Small, medium, large.

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