Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
Page 14
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«ur,^i£T W**** AtoVANCt THUMfDAY, JUNE •, 19.4 10.20 . 30 Years •y Molly MacDonald A weekly feature of by-gohe days May 31, 1956 Primary •(action* wara sche- doled tor the following Monday. The League of Women Voters arranged to have church bells rung each hour on the hour to remind Algonians to vote. Somo 463 Kossuth County 4-H girls attended the annual Rally Day held at Swea City. New 01- fleers were elected tor the coming year. They were Jan Clark, Bancroft, president; Eunice, Gade, Algona, vice president; Lois Wiltong, Bode, secretary-treasurer; Marlys Goetz, Wesley, historian. At a mooting of tho board and officers of the Algona Der velopment Corporation, it was decided to ask for payment of pledges to the Corporation stock. Giving key reports at the meeting were treasurer Fred Kent; ST., and president M. C. Metcalf. Ensign Edwin, L. Laing, son of Supt. and Mrs.,O. B. Laing, was named press officer of the N*v*l DiMrict head- quartern at Sift Diego. William f. StooU, secretary of ttos Algotra Chamber of Commerce, was elected one of four regional directors of the Iowa Chamber of Commerce Executives at a meeting in Davenport. Tho Kotsuth County Beef Producers Association was to hold its annual June cattle teeners tout June 1 beginning at tne Don McCarthy farm at at, Benedict. The tour Was arranged by Don W&rmbier of Lu Verne, a director ot the association, and would be conducted in the Lu Verne area. Other larms to b<j toured Were those of Earl Chambers, Francis Krause and Frank Reding. Eight Algona Explorer Scouts took a camping trip in Minneso ta which was hignlighted by a canoe trek down the St. Croix river. The group included Bill Laing, David Macumber, Larry Wicks, Joe Hoenk, Clifford Esser, Jae Givens, Charles Johnson and Wayne Williams. They were accompanied by Scoutmaster Allen Heidelbaugh and Howard Hoenk. New officers for tho Algona Newcomers Club were presi dent, Mrs. John Roberts; vice president, Mrs. Jim Geelan; secretary, Mrs. John Snere and treasurer, Mrs. Dean Flanders. * * * Juno 6, 1946 , Front-page pictures included scenes from the Kiwanis picnic for Cub Scouts at Kiwanis Park. Shown fiercely clutching his prize in a ham bone scramble for the" Cubs Was winner Terry McGuire. Kiwanians pictured helping with the picnic were W. ftJWirfwvywwwwyvLflAwyv Dearchs plan open house and one year with the honor guard in Sail Fraticisco. He is employed by the John Deere Tractor Works, Waterloo, OPEN HOUSE SHOWIR An open house shower for Diane Helland, bride to be of Charles Klob, will be held Saturday, June 11 at 7:30 at the ! Fenton Methodist church. All women of the community are invited. MOVE TO OODEN The Richard Stuckis, former Fenton residents, will move soon from Spencer to Ogden where he has assumed his duties with the Iowa Highway Patrol in the Ogden area. Shelly Kramer, daughter of the Bernie Kramers, had Tammy Waite, Cindy Dreyer and Debra Bollinger as guests Mon- AN OPEN HOUSE and reception for the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs will be held in the Regular Baptist church, Algona, Saturday, June 18 from 2 to 5 p.m. Hosts will be their children. Claude married Margie Hofius in her home in Union township on March 29, 1916. The Rev. Day of the First Baptist church officiated. The Dearchses have nine children, twenty-seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Photo by Glenn's Studio. A. Barry, Jr., Ray Beamish, Fr- ariK Huxtable and B. A. Barnard. Wo salute the dairy farmer and all farmers whoso specialized skills contribute so much to our araa . . . and our nation. FARM SUPPLY YOUR WAYNE FEED DEALER 216 W. State Algona, Iowa , Phono 295-5206 Wayne Keith, Kossuth Farm Bureau president and Algona agent for Farmers hy-bred seed corn company, won a week's fishing trip to northern Minnesota lor having sold a stated amount of seed corn. The First Methodist church of Algona set a goal of $50,000 for a reconditioning and remodeling program which included plans for a memorial chapel, church office and pastor's study. The goal was set at a meeting of the committee on architectural plans, headed by chairman Chester Schoby, assisted by P. M. Collins. The Burt theater was to be reopened with a new sound system. The theater had been purchased, by Frank A. Perry, who came to Burt from Waterloo. The opening picture was "Duffy's Tavern" with Ed Gardner and Bing Crosby. The first band concert of the season was to be held on the city hall lawn with high school band director R. G. Uuster in charge. A story on the summer plans of some Algona teachers revealed that Hattie Wilson was taking a trip south, and Bertha Godfrey was spending the summer in Seattle. •I: 1): (.: May 28, 1936 A Dickenson-for-Senator club was organized to promote the renomination of Algona's U.S. WE SERVE DAIRY FARMERS For the banking needs of Dairy Farmers, we offer a complete service: Farm Loans Personal Loans Home Loans Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Bank-by-Miil Advisory Services We Salute THE DAIRY FARMER AND THE DAIRY INDUSTRY During Dairy Month, hats off to our Dairy Industry, for their substantial contribution to the prosperity of this area, and for their vital service in providing us with delicious, healthful dai- •••111 IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA Senator. Named president of the organization was R. E. Hutton of Bancroft, and R. J. Harrington, Algona, was named secretary. The club lost no time in getting down to business— a three-column ad appeared in the same issue of the paper calling on readers to "Help Put A Kossuth County Man in The White House." The ad went on to point out that Senator L. J. Dickenson was being mentioned iii prominent circles as a presidential candidate. The Algona Community Club announced plans for a Fourth of July parade with at least 50 floats. Eugene Murtagh, C. R. La Barre and Jos. Bloom were named to the committee charge of organizing the parade. The Bancroft Register was sold to Harold Clark, Algona- born son of Frank Clark, iorm- er co-publisher of the Advance. The younger Mr. Clark was a graduate of Missouri University's school of journalism. The Algona Military Band was to play at the official opert- ing of Interlaken park south of Fairmont, Minn. There were about 20 members in the band which was under the direction of T. T. Herbst. A three-pound bag of Eight O'clock coffee cost 50c, . .-an ad for the Hotel Savery in Des Moines announced room rates beginning at $2.50. . .a golf ball could be had for 22c. Two Burt girls were graduated from S.U.I. Marilda Pratt, daughter of Mrs. F. L. Pratt, and Oriole Brooke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brooke, had received their diplomas at Iowa City. Kossuth-oriented politicians Former Seneca farmer dies after stroke Fenton — Lois Kay Voigt, Cedar Falls, daughter of the late William Voigts, Fenton, and Arlan DuWayne S'tegen, Waterloo, son of Mrs. Mabel Stegen, Decorah, were married May 28. The ceremony took place at the Nazareth Lutheran church in .Cedar Falls. The Rev. Homer m ,Larsen officiated at the double be flourishing—Al- George R. Call, seemed to gona-born grandson of Asa C. Call, one of Algona's founders, was campaigning vigorously from his Sioux City home for the republican nomination for governor. Beta Sigma Phi members with their sponsor, Mrs. D. P. Smith, and guest Helen Corey, spent an afternoon at the Lusby cottage at Clear Lake. Those who went were Bernice Harrington, Elsie Halbrook, Buena Raney, Leona Lichter, Margaret McNown, Emma Dee Roupe and Irene Dalziel. The house committee and tho new social committee of the Country Club released the party calendar for the 1936 season which included five dances. Members of the social committee were Mrs. Floyd Saunders, Mrs. Jos. Bloom, Mrs. Wm Daughan, Mrs. Ralph Miedke and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Dim-tors ^^™ afe ^^^ RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE ^•™ ^Ik Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phono 899-2794 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 8W-1006 w 886-1001 - 880-1970 ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Merle Voigt, Fenton. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls. Best man was Jerry L-Mn, Waterloo. Ushers were Nicky MusllEr, Fenton and James Kin.gshy, Volga. The orgsniji; was Mrs. Wayne Aurand and soloist was Richard Arrasmith. The wedding reception was held at the Holiday inn, Cedar Falls for 50 guests. Aria Stegen, Cedar Rapids, had the guest book. Rennee Douglas and Teresa Voigt, Fenton, were at the punch bowl. Jan Homolar and Barbara Denburger, Cedar Falls, opened the gifts. Reception hosts were the James Kingsleys, Volga, and Merle Voigts, Fenton. After a short wedding trip they will live at 1920 College Street in Cedar Falls. The bride is a graduate of Fenton high school and State College. She has been and will continue to teach in the Cedar Falls schools. He is a graduate of Valley high, Elgin, and has served two years with the army in Alaska gens" and Pegjg Vdigt WMefle VO Cedar day afternoon for her sixth birthday. Sunday guests oftheC|fford Dottgtosea wet* the gens and Falls, and —- _.__. Weekend guest* of tto Marton Stuckis and Wilfred Sloe* bers were Mrs. Richard Stuck!, Julie and Jeff* Weekend guests of the Albert Mitchells were the Richard Un< derwoods, Jefferson. Robin Heine had several young friends on Friday afternoon for her eighth birthday. The Summer Remedial reading program planned for the Seratral school district will begin next Monday. Classes will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at Lone Rock with Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn teaching Sunday guests of the Sundes for Linda's confirmation were the Howard Bruhns, Carl Oiausens, Trimont, Mrs. Jim Pe- tersett ifld thf Jim Sttfehsens, MiMeapoIis, the Jack Sills and Bill Nielsens, Fairmont, Nels Sundes and Lillian and the Howard Mitchells and Ray Sundes, fistherville, Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong, Kiathy Hansen, Ringsted, and Mrs. John Theesfield. Callers were the Clarence Theesfields, Fairmont. Friday guests were Mrs. Jim Peterson, Minneapolis, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, the Howard Bruhns and Arno Juhls. Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania, Mrs. James Meyer and boys, Mrs. Bernie Kramer and children, and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls .were guests of and on Tuesday, Wednesday, Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise, and Friday in Fenton with Mrs. I Lone Rock, Friday afternoon for /t*._ft ff)«^a. A^.^^.tki*l«« .' rinMrirtntn 4Vkii*»tt% K,i t*4 lirlntr Opal Root teaching. Denise's birthday. AT OUR HOUSE, WHEN SOMEONE SAYS ... "PLEASE PASS THE BUnER."*.. WE PASS THE *NOBODY EVER ASKS FOR THE CHEAP SPREAD **COULDN'T FOOL THEM ANYHOW, SO WE GO FIRST CLASS americati dairy association of iou>a and towadairg industry oommiiston A SPECIAL SALUTE • • • To the Dairy Farmers, the Creameries, Cheese Makers, Ice Cream Manufacturers and all processors of Dairy Products, FOR A JOB WELL DONE! LOLA SCUFFHAM, SEC. KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN. ALGONA, IOWA

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