Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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10 * 20 - 80 Years Ago By Molly MacDonald A weekly feature of by-gone days May 17, 1956 A naw sorority chapter, Zeta Xi, was organized in Algona with twelve young women initiated as charter members. Officers were Kay Bray ton, president; Nadine Stillman, vice-president; .Jean Capesius, treasurer; Maxine Sweet, recording secretary and Ann Keesee, corresponding secretary. Other members were Ruth Treman, Karen Downey, Mary Faulstich, Shirley Kalahar, Zoe Clegg, Barbara Waller and Mary Burmiester. Marilyn Bormann and Allan Becker of St. Joseph's school, Bode, < Won the Kossuth County Fal-m Bureau slogan contest "My parents should vote because. . ." Second place in the girl's division went to Edna Bormann; St. Joseph's school, Bode. Bob McMahon, St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona, took second in the boy's division. Five boy> were chosen to attend Boys State at Des Moines in June. They were Monte Pearson, Jerry Downey, James Lichter, Larry Wicks and Bob Hardy. A (ix-pullman special train brought some 100 wholesalers from Des Moines to visit with Algona retailers for a few hours. The group was making sk ops all along a two*day route. Jerry Perris w«n the ti*tit annual Kossulh County Bowling Championship with a 600 series. Ted Hutthinion, ton of Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Hutchinson, was initiated into the Order of Coif, honorary legal fraternity. He was attending the State Uni* versity of Iowa's college of law. Mrs, Leon Martin was chosen Mother of the Year by the members of the' First Presbyterian church, Two Kouuth students who won collegiate honors were Kay Truesdell, Titonka, and Richard Pehrson, Swea City. Miss Truesdell was tapped for Mortar Board at the state university and Pehrson was recognized as an outstanding collegian at the annual I.S.C. honors dinner. * , * Bournes back to Iowa for their first visit here in two yews. They Were unable to mike tite trip the surrtriier before because of wartime tire and gasoline fa> tionin'g. Th» Me«rM»di»t church of Tj< tonka 1 set a goal of $50,000 to be raided for a new church, Warts called for the new building to be erected within three! year*. A dispatch from the 305th Bomb Group in Lechfeld, Ger« many, reported an Algona boy, Pfc. Jartiies A. Will, Was attached to that Group. The 305th was engaged in a project in connection with, the occupation of Germany which involved flying from the Arctic Circle to the equator. In the "City Bills" section, It was reported that the City Council met in regular session with Mayor and Councilman Herbst, Harris, Hutchins, Fox and Bohannon present. Building permits were approved for M. Bartholomew, C. Wiltgen, K. S. Cowan, Milo Rentz and H. J. Co- AL60NA THURSDAY, MAY 94, 194* wan. May 14, 1936 COLD-SINUS Miseries? b your htod pounding—note running—or* your «yei watering and or« you incezlng—ineezlng—ineeilng? Hav« you blown your nose until it it raw? W«'r« wrry you're suffering so because obviously you're not aware of our product SYNA-CLEAR and this is our fault. SYNA-CLEAR Is the original timed release tablet that gives up to eight hour* of real relief from head cold symptoms and clogged up sinuses. W« do not have millions to spend on T.V. to tell you about SYNA-CLEAR |utt thl» small ad. We do not gimmick our advertising and product by offering twelve hours of medication. What it medication without relief? SYNA-CIEAR Is what we offer and It gives you eight hours of relief per tablet or your money back in full. We could go into detail how our product works and about the fine formula, but we would rather you ask the experts about SYNA-CLEAR.- The druggist, at the stores listed below or your family doctor can tell you about the* ^nuirlti of our fine formula.., SYN^-CLEAR costs more. ($1.50 and $3.00 lizes) because if does more. You're buying relief and not gimmicks. Try SYNA-CLEAR as soon as possible—you know—all your head cold tymptomi and clogged up sinuses are all you can lose. Trill little ad has an awful big job to do—to get you to try SYNA-CLEAR, W at a bonus, we extend an May 23, 1946 The local draft board received orders to process selective service eligibles 25 through 29 years old. The board had been processing men 20 through 25 under previous orders. The new order required those "elderly" eligibles to be sent at once for physicals. . The 1 first honors assembly was held at Algona High School to give recognition to students who were outstanding in the various extracurricular activities offered by the school. The program was- presided over by student council president Ardis Wallburg, and included a brief talk by Superintendent 0: B. Laing. Main speaker for the occasion was City Attorney J. D. Lowe. The W. J. Bournes arrived from Arizona .to spend the summer in Algona. Mrs. Inez Wol- TT TI , „ „ T „ fe flew to Phoenix to drive the '?• Holmes, C. R La Barre, M. Weaver, H. M. Hauberg, W. McDonald and I. G. Dewel. The A.H.S. senior class play was a comedy, "Through the Keyhole," directed by David Phillips of the faculty. The cast included Helen Frankl, Theadora Larson, Robert Post, Dren- Engaged William Shirley was reelactad county superintendent of schools for a three-year term by the presidents of 45 independent and rural school districts in the county. Other candidates were' A. E. Lauritzen of Ledyard and G. D. Hart of .Bancroft. Pictured on the front page in a baseball uniform, was Walter Menke of Bancroft who was with the Des Moines Demons baseball club. In the season opener, right fielder Menke slammed a home run in his first trip to the plate. Seven Algonians traveled to Cass Lake, Minn., for the opening of the fishing season. The included Russell Cook, T. MR. AND MRS. Carl Lien of Swea City announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda, to Joseph H. Welp, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Welp, ST., of Bancroft. She is a 1965 graduate of Mankato Commercial college and is employed at Central Telephone Co. in Fairmont. Me is a 1963 graduate of St. Thomas Military Academy in St. Paul, Minn. He is, a member of the Naval Air Reserves and s now stationed at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. No definite wedding date has been set, • es, came for several days with 1 her brothers and Sisters and to attend baccalaureate and commencement services. One of the granduates, Jane Barslou, is her niece. The Fred Hiltons moved Friday to the house vacated by the Donald Tietzes, The Ray McWhorters, J. L. Millers, O. H. Grahams, Thecla i Christensen, Elva Boettcher, Le- jona Lacy and Gladys Hawcott (spent from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 19 cleaning the Burt Legion Hall. Kathryn Manus, Washington, $?. ''] t D. C., came Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Emma Manus, at the Gertrude Ackerman home. Mrs. Celia Scott returned Sunday after several weeks in Shenandoah at her 1 daughter Noma, the Dr. Eugene Lloyds. A and B Club had a one o'clock luncheon May 23 at Lefie McMullen's for the birthdays of Clara Reynolds and Lefie. The J. L. Millers visited Friday and Saturday at her sister's in Fredricksburg, the 0. Introductory Offer Worth $150 1 • .Cut out this ad—write your name on It and take it to your favorite drug ttore. Purchase one box of SYNA-CLEAR 12'i and receive one more absolutely FREE. If you have time to tell us b'->out the results SYNA-CLEAR gave you, we would be pleased to hear from you. HONSBRUCH DRUG — ALGONA nan Mathes, Mary Hum, Walter Beardsley, Aria Bakken and Watson March. A hand-made silk four-in-hand cost 65c. . .a ticket to the Call Theatre, 26c. . .a new Pontiac "eight," $730. From the Locals: Mrs. L. E. Linnan has been sick with laryngitis and Mrs Walter Lichter, R. N., is caring for her. Allen Buchanan of the Mason City business school spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Mesdames D. P. Smith, M. G. Norton, D. D. Paxson, W. G. McCullough and Emily Spencer have been guests of Mrs. M. M. Morrow, the former Mrs. Stanley Worster, who now lives at Audubon. Eugene Murtagh, Rotarian, gave a talk on insurance last week before the Kiwanis club. Burt woman is honors winner at Jr. college Burt — A class of 25 graduated from Emmetsburg Community College May 20. Among the graduates was Mrs. Palma Holding, Burt. Dean E. L. Hoist presented two awards to Mrs. Holding. She received a certificate of membership in the Iowa Junior College honor so-, ciety with a scholarship pin and also was the recipient of the Wall Street Journal award for outstanding work in economics at Emmetsburg Community college in 1966 and will receive a silver medal inscribed with her name. Mrs. Holding if working toward a B.S. degree in mathematics and business. Mr. Holding has attended Emmetsburg Community college the past three semesters and is a business administration major. The Holdings will attend Peru State Teachers college at Peru, Neb. and complete their work there. They have four children, the> oldest is a high school freshman and the other three in the grades. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE BROTHER IS DEAD Mrs. Wayne 1 Mann word her brother received Raymond Thompson, 74, died May 16 at the Veteran's hospital in Walla Walla, Wash., where he had been a patient since January when he had a stroke. His home was in Grandview, Wash. Funeral services were held in the chapel at the De Witt Funeral Home in Walla Walla and burial was in the Veteran's cemetery in Walla Walla. L. Hopkins. Patricia Zwiefel was home 'rom Emmetsburg Friday to Sunday. The ' Brian Zwiefels ,vere also guests Sunday. Patricia Zwiefel will spend the sum- tier in Emmstsburg and will be jmployed in the dean's office at Emmetsburg Junior college. Patricia Zwiefel was a guest Saturday of Jean Mescher. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel attended graduation at Emmetsburg Junior College May 20 and a reception at the home of Judy Heigeson, one of the graduates. Mrs. Vernon Sewick, Waterloo, Mrs. Harold Nelson, Jessup, and Mrs. Roy Turner, Dunkerton, came Thursday to visit Mrs. Art Leason. Friday, the four went to Ireton to visit Harry Sewick and also attended the Tulip festival at Orange City. Saturday all visited in Spirit Lake at Jim Sewick's. Mrs. Vernon Sewick had spent her honeymoon in. Spirit Lake 57 years ago. He died 7 years ago. Mesdames Sewick, Nelson and Turner left for home from the Leason home Monday. The George Beckers, Roscoe Vfawdsleys Jr., and Harold Beckers attended baccalaureate at LuVerne Sunday. Elaine Schnakenberg was one of the graduates. A reception was held at the Thees Schnakenberg home and they attended including the Frank Beckers. May 27 a farewell party will be held at Burt Presbyterian church for the Larry Holdings. The Gordon Happels, Humboldt, were guests Sunday at A. C. Hinckley's. The Larry Hinckleys, Atlantic, visited Saturday at A. C. Hinckley's. Dennis Hammer- 'Strom and Dennis Shipler spent the afternoon with them 1 . Guests Sunday at Raymond Westling's home were the Clarence Westlings, Barnum, and Vern Shiplers. Gwyneth, daughter of the Glenn Tetters, Burt, will graduate June 4 in a class of 14 who receive nursing diplomas at St. Joseph's Mercy School of Nurs- gfiier, Scr.anf.on, an aunt of Robert Mttlow, wete Sunday pest§ 6f tite ftobert Marlows. ••••*••••••••••••••••••• Churches aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaata*** Community Church , R*v. Kenneth I. Coles 308 Watt State Street Sunday 9:30 a.m. — Bible School. 10:30 a.m. .— Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m. — Songspiration Hour. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study. Thursday 7:30 p.m. — Youth Night. The whole Gospel for the whole community. LuVerne Evonqclical United Brethren Rev. Ralph S. Hlndman LuVerne Sunday, May 29 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship. We observe Pentecost Sunday with a Mission emphasis. The Youth Fellowship will meet at the church on Thursday evening, May 26. Eugene Decker is the host. John Blumer has the lesson. Phyllis "Blumer is in charge of entertainment. The film "Is Smoking Worth It?" will be shown. Our Youth Fellowship will have their paper drive on Tuesday, May 31. Methodist Rev. R. A. Bl«iemey«r Livermere Thursday, May 26 3:45 p.m. — Junior Choir practice. 7 p.m. — Senior Choir prac- Sunday, May 29 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 11 a.m. — Wofship Service. Centenarian — Mrs. Martha Stringham, mother of Mrs. John 7:15 p.m. — Senior choir DeWar, Clibiv.hte, v,*w,i leffcu : practice. fief lOOth:-blrltatfe ha' nfer*- by many frieftds' Wno eaifte the middle of May, Oil, 24, tertftffidfy, she fWNSi' trip to Dows where theft !.__, arrother celebration at the'h<Wn*: of andthef datfghW. , DRESSES tice. Sunday, May 29 9:30 a.m. — Worship service 10:30 a.m. — Union Vacation Church School. LuVerne Methodist Rev. R. A. Bicicmeycr LuVerne Thursday, May 26 Ends June 4th Pants or Slacks 69c - CLEAWNfl SPECIAL- Only MARSHALL & SWIFT SAVE YOU SO MUCH Just When Savings Count the Most It makes no difference whether you send two garments or a dozen, you save on each one and enjoy Algeria's finest dry cleaning. DIAL 2954265 41-42- V%%VA%%V^JV^ Congratulations to the winners Congratulations to the dozen winners during our Paint Demonstration Day last Friday. They may stop in anytime and pick up their paint. Winners of one gallon of free paint were Mrs. Herman Wise, Corwith; Mrs. Lyb Riedinger, Mrs. Ron Taylor, R. E. Morgan, Mrs. George Fandel, John Weydert, Mrs. Helen Wichtehdahl, Marcia Parrish, Ed Holecek, i £ Rose Stebritz, Ray Sewick, all of Algona. Winner of the paint brush was Mrs. Elmer Gates. ! ! ng at Mason City. We've just had our best sales month in 40 years. Somebody somewhere must be buying a lot of Pontiacs, • See your authorized Pontiae dealer, He's trying to make May even better than April! SCHULTZ^BROS.MSouth Phillips Street SCOUTS AT CAMPOREE A group of Boy Scouts spent three days at Peterson at the Scout Camporee. Going were Mark Cranston, Craig Giddings, Stephen Becker, Charles Schrader, Bob Devine, Jeff Miller, John Chipman, David McFarland, Kevin Wagner, Brad Holding, accompanied by their scoutmaster Harley Troutman Jr. Cubmaster Bernard Miller assisted driving to the camp. LOSES FINGER NAIL Stephen, 10, son of the eorge Beckers, caught his finger in a door at school Tuesday. No bones were broken but a doctor had to remove the nail The Good Will truck will b? in Burt June 8. Leave material with Mrs. J. L. Miller. Birthday Circle will meet June 9 with Nettie Lavrenz. The Bernard Millers and the George Beckers went to Peter son Sunday where the Boy Scouts had camped several night? and brought some of the Scout? home'. 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