Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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auction grosses $ 5DO CLERKS MEL Kern, Algona (left), and Lester Blaine, Wesley, stand on either side of auc- 4ioneer Ronald Peck at the coin ,show held Sunday, .June 26, at the K. C. hall in Algona. The auction grossed $500, and a number of dealers from Iowa and Minnesota were Bidding. Displays and door prizes were contributed by the Kossuth County Coin Club, and over , |«)0 persons attended the show, which ran from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Exclusive Advance Photo ,by Mike Stillman. Farm Bureau posts 100 reward for thefts Due to the increasing number of farm thefts in the area and in the .state, the Kossuth County Farm Bureau board ' went on record of offering a .reward in hopes of discouraging the activity. ; "•••.,•,/• .r ; -•..-.:. According to Cecil Long, Algona, county president for the organization, the official resolu- tkm states "Thie Kossuth County Farm Bureau will "offer a reward of $100.00 to the person that offers information leading to the arrest arid conviction of anyone involved in a farm theft in Kossuth ^county." Long said that in recent months the reports show quite an increase in hog and cattle thefts, and the stripping of farm equipment left in isolated fields. He said .that Kossuth county action is similar to that taken by other County Farm Bureaus in the state^and .is. an effort on Farm Bureliusfpartitb discourage theft and -to urge people ,to be on the look out. zation should not expect significant changes in procedure or direction in its marketing division, reads paper in New York David Phillips presented his "maiden paper" at a conference of physicists in Rochester, N. Y. last week. The conference was on coherence and quantum optics. He showed slides and spoke on Intensity Correlation Spectroscopy, a recently developed method of studying light beams It was applied to monoqhrbnu- Strayers have reunion here By Onieta Didrikten At a Strayer family reunion held Sunday, June 26, at the Community hail in' Union township, 12 of the 13 brothers and sisters, children of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strayer, and many of their children gathered, making a total of 105 who en joyed a potluck dinner and social afternoon together. Mrs. Chris Long of Algona was accompanied by her daugh ter, Mrs. Black and two grand daughters, of Seattle, and the son Glenn Long and family of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. John Strayer, Sr., live in Algona and their children are the Gordon Hutchisons of Duncombe; the Melvin Grays, of Alta; the John Bierstedts, of LuVerne and the John Strayers, Jr., of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strayer of Hartley, had their children: ,the Russell Strayers of Ceylon; the Richard Jobes of Mason,. City; Dr. and Mrs. Terrance Bald- Mother of two Lakota women dies The mother of two Lakota woinen, Mrs. John Simmons, 73, of : Stevens , Iowa , died Monday night at the Buffalo Center hospital following a heart attack. : Funeral services for her were held Wednesday in the Shiloh Lutheran church at Elmore. Rev. Orville Sanderson of Brice- Jyn, Minn, officiated and burial was in the Riverside cemetery at j»ue Earth^ .i. ._•_• . , ^ She Wai-jborn Dec. 10, 1892 a| BUot GrOVe township and -was married to John Simmons. They lived there until 1924 and farmed in Hebron township in north Kossuth county until retiring in J938. They then moved to Stevens. The two daughters are Mrs. Earl Thompson and Mrs. Robert Ruby, both of Lakota. There are also two sons, Donald of Elmore, imd Darvin of Fairmont. Also Surviving is a brother and three sisters including Mrs. Christi Hendickson of Ledyard. Snap-On has a new officer Gilbert H- McCreedy June 24 wgs elected vice president in Charge of sales and a member of the board of directors of Snap- on Tools Corp., it was announced by Victor M. Cain, Snap-on's chairman. Mr. McCreery, 51, lias been a member of the Snap- on organisation, since 1934. He Jigs served in a wide range of sales related capacities. Mr. McCreeiry will succeed ^eodore N. Glenn, who re&red g(£ec&ye June 30, after 45 years With Sjiap-on. Mr. Glenn, one Q( SnafHon's early managers, iAd a recognized expert in the |rfnchiise disitribution field, will continue as a member of the Mr. McCreery been hired and train.ed by Jg^'.iyQ4 had spent Ms gn- service in close association with him. The Snap-on organi- tic light from hot mercury va-| win and family, Odeboldt; Jim por and to laser light. The most I Strayer, Mrs. George Lange and practical use of Intensity fluctu ation measurements is to meas- angular diameter 01 ure the stars. There were 60 physicists presenting papers at the meeting; David was one of three who were invited to attend for the first time. He will write his thesis for his doctorate on the topic on which he spoke. A graduate of the Physics department of the University of California at Berkeley, he will be teaching astronomy as Assistant Professor of Physics in Santa Barbara at the U. of California next fall. Last rites for Bertha Cink held Tuesday Last rites for Mrs. Frank (Bertha) Cink, 77, Algona, were held Tuesday morning in St. Cecelia Catholic church here with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial was in the St. Joseph's cemetery at Wesley with Hamilton's in charge. She died at Fort Dodge Saturday morning. Serving as pall- bears were Robert, Edward, Louis Cink, Thomas Stoffel and Richard and William Robinson. She was born in Czechoslovakia on Aug. 25, 1888, the daugh ter of Frank and Anna Ciha. She was married to Frank Cink at Wesley on May 25, 1909, and they farmed southeast of Algona for many years. Four children, besides the husband, survive. They are Julius, Algona; Ruth, Mrs. E. E. Robinson, Algona; Frances, Mrs. Mike Stoffel, Wilmar, Minn.; and Ljl- lian, Mrs. W. J. Watts, Oxnard, Calif. There is also § sjster, An na, Mrs. George Cink of Wesley, another in Czechoslovakia; and a brother, James CSha, Orwell, Ohio. (C. P. Wood, in Shtldon Mill) We had another suggestion on a current minor matter. This is for those motorcyclists who find removing their mufflers from their machines dogs aot result jn enough "Zpom" sojnd effect. "Put a piece of . rubs on the wheel spokes," our informant recommended. two children, Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer, of Algona, were accompanied by the Sheridan Strayers of Clear Lake, and the Craig Rules, Mason City, their two children. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strayer, with their sons, the Donald Strayers, also Algona, and the Larry Strayers, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Theesfeld (Lucille), East Troy, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg (Luella), and their two daughters, Algona; Mrs. Henry Farwick (Merle), Pipestone, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strayer, Denny, and the Jerry Thilges, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farwick (Esther), and family, Pipestone, Minn,; Wayne Strayer, Charles City with his daughter,.- Cheryl; ;,Wayne's wife is in California visiting her mother, the former Mrs. Ida Chasm. June Strayer-Clough who lives at Tucson, Ariz., was the only absentee of the 13 children, Others present were cousins; the Elmer Watsons and the Jim O'Briens, Reinbeck, Mrs. Zelda McGinnis, Albert Lea; also Keith Dwire, Arco, Minn. The Farwicks came from Pipestone on Saturday, planning to remain at the Malueg home till Monday, but were advised by phone on Sunday that during their absence the Jack Farwick home had been entered and looted, so went home immediately and found that a great deal of damage had been done to everything in their home, a locked desk had been broken into from the back and valuables taken. PERMASTAMP r9 ***» tr*M» 50th weddiig is observed Bv Oniet. Dldrlk.en Mr. and Mrs. -Robert .Steven Celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday,' June "126,. with all of their 12 chUdten present, the first time: they had dll been together in 25 years. All .of them ..with the graiiactvii- dren attended churcih service together; then ;had dinner at the v*PW hall, artd "held 1 open houfei during the afternoon in the dining room of the First Methodist church. The children of the couple presented a program depicting the life of the honored paid in 'icvy and song w,ith grairidcihii- dren also taking part and they jncled with The Lord's Prayei sung by the ,so;i Lyie of Slidell, _,a., wlio also sang the solo, How Jrcat Thoa Art, at the morning «H*vice. Mr. and Mrs. Steven have 12 children, 43 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. T'h. children are: Emily, Mrs. Virgil Shackelfprd and her hu,s>bani with their children, the Truman Shackelfords, Jerry and Debbie; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harms, Tommy and David, Algona; Maynard Shackelford, Sauk Rapids, Minn. The second child is Robert W. here with his wife and son Curtis from Sauk Rapids. The third is Raymond with his wife and Raymond, Jr., Wesley; the fourth, Wilbur whose wife and chil dren Vicki, Von, and Peggy, live at Sartell, Minn. The fifth is George, who came from Reseda, Calif., with his wife and their five children,'Alan, Garry, Sandy, Kevin, ami Gregory. Lyle, the sixth, was accompanied by his children, Cheryl and Janelle, from Slidell a suburb of New Orleans. Gaitha, Mrs. Melvin Olson, is seventh on the list, and was here with her husband and .their children Melvin and Robert of St Paul. Eighth, is Ivalou, Mrs Gene Ruling, of Britt, with her husband and their four children Eulinda, Calvin, Dave, and Gladys. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Steven,, ninth on the list, came .from: Sauk Center with their four children: Dean, Jr., Robert, Colleen, and Lori. Tenth is Darrell of Algona with Darrell, Jr., Connie, Ricky, Dawn and Ronald. Mrs.: lerald Holldorf (Orella) is number 11, with her children, Arvin, Ronda, Terry, 'Marilyn/and Ger-i aid, Jr., Algona; and youngest is Wendell of Laurcns with his wife and their three children, Pamela, Jeffery, and Angela. There were some out of town guests in addition who called during the afternoon coming from many different places: Wheeler, and Menoninee, Wis,; Wesley, Corwith, Rurt, Britt, Garner, Fort Dodge, Boone, Eagle Grove, Spencer, Emmetsburg, Ogden, Mason City, Lakota, Iowa City, Ankeny, Wheaton, 111., Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and Sauk Center, Minn. ' • 6-AUeONA (low*) AOVANCt THUHSDAY, JUNC Titonka girl married Opinion of Editors (C. f, in M '"> An Englishman has secured e grant which he will use to study the matter .of .how Americans end their leisure. in 'the first place, we can tell him that he .ha* his basic premise wrong. Americans do not spend their lelsure-4hey beat it to death. What passes, for want of a better word, as "leisure" time is used for .many purposes, practically none of them concerned with such words as "a period qf unengaged time", "convenience", .or Mease", with which the dictionary seeks to define the word. . Some folks devote their "lei sure" time to hauling boats back and forth across the face of the globe; .setting up .and dismantling tents arid .other camping equipment; driving .cars at a furious clip to distant points and back; constructing items of varying degrees of astounding varieties of ent^ otMi kind Or nto»: tf if UHHUlj til v wi ""6 4 weight which they duoh .with the proV".-..- j- >oot irate if they considered - WOfkj baking themselves^ to * crisp to the hot sun in an at« tempt td catch fish which know a good thing when they have it and stay in the cool waters; ,811 sorts of wildly energetic pursuits. In fact, a man who would go so far as to sling a hammock up between a'.couple of trees and lie in the shade for a few hours, would probably find himself looked upon by his peers as some kind of nut. "What a way to waste his leisure time," they would say, full of contempt and censure at such un-American lack of activity. We hope this visiting Englishman rested up a bit before setting out for these shores. Hes going to have 'to do a lot of hot pursuing to catch up with a leisure>-bound American if he wants to study him. Advertise in the Adyince Largest PAID circulation Titonka—Sylvia Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden, Titonka, and James M. Martin, son of Mrs. James F. Martin and the late Mr. Martin, Rock Island, 111., were married June 25 at St. Pius Catholic church in Rock Island. , .Father .George Wosllener officiated at the double ring ceremony assisted by the Rev. Max Goldman, minister of the Methodist church at Forest City, who Meyer neeus an ink pad! fast. Easy. Efficient. Can be custom o;de:ed t| weet any size, shape or message requirement. PERM-STAMP will reproduce colors, fj/tu lines, small type faces, fcgotypes - even photos - in try*, accurate detail ADVANCE •H-H-H i t |"H..H-H"H'ii-iil'i"i TRUCKERS We have the Truck Operator's Triplicate Freight Receipt Books te comply with Rule MT-54 of the Iow« state Commerce Commiaaioa — SOLD BY — ADVANCE PUBLISHING CO, Algona, Iowa ices for Mrs. Chubb held Monday Fjuneral services were held on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the McCullough chapel for Mrs. Ethel L. Chubb, who died last week Friday at Baraboo, Wis., after an illness of 22 months. Rey. Frank Harcey officiated. Mrs. Chubb was born Feb. 15, 1883, at Union, Iowa, daughter of J. R. Laird and Lura Ellen Lounsberry Laird. They moved to Algona in 1888. She was married to Charles E. Chubb here, arid he-'died in 1944. J 'She 1 'was graduated from Algona high school and attended Grinnell college. Children surviving are William E. Chubb, Baraboo, Wis., Mrs. Josephine Lacy, Newport Beach, Calif., James L. Chubb, Costa Mesa, Calif., and Mrs, R. C. (Helen) Dewel, Baraboo, Wis. A son Peter died in 1955, and a child also died in infancy. She is also survived by two brothers, Ralph J. and Clair Laird, and a sister, Mrs. Ted Aulman, all of Des Moines. Mrs, Chubb was a member of the D. A. R. and of several church organizations, and a member of the Congregational church here, Pallbearers were G. W. Stillman, Chas. Paxson, Dean Parrott, L, E. Linnan, H. M. Smith and Joel Herbst, Burial was in Riverview cemetery. gave the closing prayer and benediction. Matron of honor was Kathy Eden, sister of the bride. Kathy designed both the bride's arid her own dress and headpieces. Dr. Eldon Claymore, Bay City, Mich., was best man. Ushers were Gary and Greg Martin. Donald Moe, former professor of the groom,' was organist, arid Murray Osborn, former voice teacher, was soloist. Following the ceremony a reception was held at Towers restaurant.. At the guest book was Karen Eden, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Merville Grimes, Moline, 111., aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Lester Eden, Titonka, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs. Rous Martin poured. Mrs. Ken Baughman poured punch. At the gift table were Mrs. Harvey Jeck and Mrs. Terry Fouts, both of Amana, Guests from Titonka were the Lester Edens, Brenda, Marlys and Rachael; and Allen Edens, Karen and Larry. They will live at 1046 - 77th St., Rock Island, 111. for the summer, and move to Macomb, III, in the fall. He will finish college, majoring in music, at Western 111. university, and she will teach at Bowen, 111. Above all, your wedding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery for your wedding needs, '.et our services guide you. Advance Publishing Co. "JUST EAST OF COURTHOUSE" EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE TOMORROW WANT AD TODAY! TRY A WANT AD IN THE , , , Kossuth County Advance 'The Pspei with Shoppur Jajej£e Fashion Plunge THE WAY TO SWIM! Thw. swimsuits know best how to trim and flatter you. 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