Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 12
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tlHIIMIIMM>e.»MMl .^...-iV- 20 ' M Years Ago By Molly MacDonald :\~. ' •' . ' > -•_' l' ._ _ A, wj&ekly feature of <i«ys JUNE 21, 19M Kim Jin Ho, • Korean lad who was Don' Deal's house boy during the Korean war, arrived in Algona Climaxing a four-year effort to bring him to the U. S. Tht ntw titter*' convent at Wesley was completed and an open house _was in the offing. fho KoMuth County Crtdlt Bureau was purchased by Chas. D. Paxson from Norman Best Mr*. John Hay**, Mrt. John Schutter and Mrs. Joe Tschetter gave a pre-nuptial shower for Joy Lee Hutzell who was marrying Leroy Johnson of Fort Dodge. Tho Algona Amatour Golf Tournament was won by John Eyman of Forest City. Phil Joselyn of Fort Dodge was runner- up. Algona's lone representative in the 17-man championship flight was Don Canning who took seventh place. Mr*. H. M. Kntcht flavo birthday party for her daughter Inez who was 12. Guests were Blondina Erpelding, Kathy Roth, Joan, Mikes, JoEllcri •;Milder, . »te« lo the Algotii swimming [pool for aipervUed lessons. A !n*w lite guard, Doris McGuife, joined the pool stuff. Ulthard Skill,*! and Dou«U* Brown, Algona boys who were living in a reconstructed chicken house at towa State Teachers College, had bsen pictured in the rotogravure section of the Des Moines Sunday Register. Tho projoct* for fodoral hou*> ing units at the prisoner of war camp, site and city acquisition of the 221 acres for airport purposes were bogged down in red tape and a myraid of federal agencies. Donald Hutchiion addroMod the Kiwanis club giving an account of his recent trip as delegate to the Kiwanis International convention at Atlantic City. Speakers on the convention program included Harold Stassen, Drew Pearson and General Omar Bradley. Showing at tho Sort thoatro 20 years ago was "North West Mounted Police" with Gary Cooper, Madeleine Carroll and, far down the list in tiny print, Robert Preston. 4-ALOONA (Iowa) AOVANCf THURSDAY, JUNf 90,1944 Sentral reunion JUNE 18, 1936 Republican county chairman G. D. Shumway and Democratic county chairman L. E. Linnan were expected to issue calls to their respective delegates, for the two county political conven tions to be held the coming Saturday. Jimmit Neville, Kathleen Teaster; hauser,;': 1 .. Janice Joleen -Da hi- Zimmerman, Sandra George; and Rosemary Giachi . : .:|K)\-/vV •..;/•; / For'/the second time- in lot* than a year, the search was on for a new Algona high school football coach with the resignation, of Jason Loving who accepted -a position as assistant coacjv at the Battle Creek, Mich, high school. « ; , TK« Rev. Robert Kestingor, pastor of the LuVerne and Liv- ermpre Methodist church, re^ ceiyedfa call to serve as pastor of Inimanu&l Methodist church in Indianapolis. r .. " ... .. JUNE 27, 1946 »V ' .(."•"''• T^he Algona Hpysing* problem was Jbejiig, solvect by the con-, struction'of many;new homes oh th«#'Eas| Side." ; K^. vCoJyan, was building "-12 rJiree^rboih"".•; homes for; veterans, and four houses were im.various stages of completion on East McGregor and Heckart streets. LuVerne -and Burt complotod plans to send groups of young- store owner whose local (hot advertising style gained widespread atten tioh, announced he was closing SHOWN ABOVE arc the members of the Sentral high school graduating class of 1961 who attended the recent reunion at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The class members are: front from left to right, Janean Zwiefel, Fenton; Judy Berkland (Mrs. Jerry Hanna), Forest City; Carolyn Madsen, Albert Lea; Sandra Ellefson (Mrs. Bill Weiner), Temple City, Calif.; Susan Montgomery (Mrs. Raymond Neswold), Britt; Coleen Collins. St. Paul, Minn.; and Richard Peterson, Anthen, Iowa; back, from left, Darrel Schmidt, Algona; Daryle Preston, Swea City; Donna Knoll (Mrs. Roger Frink), Whittemore; Dennis Geitzenauer, Fenton; Janice Hannover (Mrs. Larry Ramus), Lone Rock; John Hovey, Lone Rock; James Jensen, Albert Lea; Jeanette Hanna (Mrs. James Jensen), Albert Lea; and Gerald Angus, Laurens. Bryan Mortenson, Fenton, attended the reunion but is not pic-' tured. out his stock and retiring; Three Kotsuth 4-H girls, dressed "in blue middies and skirts," won the chance to enter the state 4-H contest for best groomed girl.- The three were Eloise Preston, Swea township, Bernice Dodds, Union township, and Hildegard Kabelitz, Fenton. E. L. Vincent, secretary of tho county fair, was .completing arrangements for a , spectacular Fourth of July celebration at the fairgrounds. The program was to include Roman-style chariot races, thoroughbred horse racing, Bobbie Jean, "the only girl in the world to be shot from a cannon,'.'; .and a fireworks display featuring a huge likeness of George Washington. Found in the Want Ads: "For Sale — seven room partly modern house and garage and three lots. Near' school and Catholic tlwrchL,.£2,000." ,.,, ,..;, .' :.; !VJr>;.*7.'i; .'. :'V- • * "V*, :•• GIANT'.-4-A56Ms pound flathead: catfish was taken from West Okoboji Lake recently 11, apparent last stages of old age. The cat's age was estimated at 25 years. Ex-Algonan is married in Delaware June 3 the marriage of Lt. James W. Anderson, son of the W. M. Andersons, Algona, and Maria Tkatch, Dover, Delaware, took place at 6 p.m. in the St. Andrews Lutheran church in Dover. Capt. John Stephenson, Washington, D. C., escorted the bride to the alter. Mrs. Regina Fornaro, Dover, was the bride's attendant. Neil Anderson, Nashville, Tenn., brother of the groom, was best man. A reception and dinner was held at the Officers club on the Dover air force base where Lt. Anderson is stationed. Ted Finley, formerly of Algona, and now a pilot at the Dover base, was also a guest at the wedding. »o+oo««»o+»o«*oo+ooooooo of Mr. Niewald. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood accompanied their daughter and nofM. Mrs. Efn«f Marr, Mrs. Albert fifth, Mrt Viol* Brown, Mrs. fl*mlc* Oxley, and Mf. and Mfl. Jtmw Zweifel, attended an open house Wtti anniversary for Mf. and Mr*. Claude Dearch at the ftegiilir BaptJAt church in Algona Saturday afternoon. The Dearcha are the parents of Mrs. Ron HutchingS. Those attending the wedding Saturday of Paul WUhlte and Eleanote Howard at Gallon, Ohio were Cecil Wilhite and family, Mrs. Bates of Des Moines, Mrs. Earl Wilhite and Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilhite and family. Mr.'and Mrs. Lennie Hanson of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rasmussen and family of MinneapoUs spent the Weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. bands. They attended W. Fair- the con Mr. and Mrs. and family of firmation of Casey Fairbands at the Episcopal church in Algona. Merrill Moon Bloomington, Minn, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hartshorn 01 Des Moines were Saturday after noon callers. Robert Whitmore of Madrid spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams. Ken Patrich was a weekend guest. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson of Farnhamville spent the father's day 'weekend at the paren- family, Dr. and Mrs. Ray GilLof tal^ Albert ^Johnson^home. Mr picnic Iowa City on a fishing trip in Minnesota. Mrs. Luvern Bosworth accompanied Mrs. Almedia Liptrap of Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wade of Havelock to Torrence, Calif., to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bradshaw, the former Virginia Liptrap. ' Mrs. Lydia Martin accompanied her two sisters to spend the weekend with another sister, Mr*. Harry, L. Maw Mrs. Leila Center. Scheider at Grundy Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted attended the 75th anniversary of the Lake Lutheran church near Renwick on Sunday afternoon and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wagner at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. William Welter and family of Carroll visited Sunday evening at the R. C. Welter home. Danny and Susan, who has been visiting here, returned home with them and Jennifer and Cathy remained for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and and Mrs. Dale Johnson girls were also Sunday guests. Terry and Raymond Johnson called from California to visit their father for father's day. Centennial — The Washing ton Chapel Church of Christ Minburn, observed its 100th an niversary with three evenings of services conducted by ministers aaaaaaMMMMMIMi St. Joe Mri. Wigntr Rivefdale Rustlers Unit 1 met June 18 at the St. Jos school hall at 1:30 p.m. The Pledge of Alligeance Was led by Colleen Reding and the 441 Pledge by ttaribeth Thilges. Demonstrations were given by Paula Thilges and Lenora Hilbert. There was a good grooming contest. Miss Hewitt gave a talk. A family picnic wad dated at Swea Ci ty June 26. Suzanne Reding and her mother were hostesses. Mothers were guests. Sandy Wagner is reporter. Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met June 18 at the St. Joe school hal. Pledge of allegiance was led by Kathy Reding and the 4-H pledge by-Elizabeth Zeimet. A demonstration was given by Vicki McGuire. Mrs. Myrtle Hewitt, Humboldt, was a special guest. Suzanne Reding and her mother were hostesses with Sandy Wagner and Mrs. Albert Thilges receiving the attendance- prizes. Linda Mae Reding is reporter. The Orville Wagners and Nick Redings, Algona, spent Sunday at Bill Raker's, Waterloo. The Raker's son born June 2 was baptized Nicholas Gerard in Blessed Sacrement Catholic chu- ucr in Waterloo with Orville vVagner a sponsor. Richard Kirscli left on Tuesday for Tucson, Ariz., after several weeks with his parent? the Peter Kirsches. Richard attends barber and beauty culture school in Tucson. Rev. Luke Becker 0. S. B.. o£ Booneville, Mo., was a visitor here with relatives and friends. Rev. N. J. Becker, Granville, was also a visitor. They are brothers who had previously "served the 'of Mrs. Eugene Thul, Tony Beck if' The Clarence BotmartfuHook SiMef M, Benedict 0, S. St Benedict's Convent son, Wis. f after ^o weeks with relatives. Sister M. Benedict is a daughter of the diaries R. Kollasches, Whittemore, and sis^ ter of Mrs. Clarence Borhiann and Mrs. Irene Bormahn here. Sr. M. Benedict will attend sunv met school in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales attended the funeral of a nephew. Leander Fabsr, 54, at Fort Snelling, St. Paul, Wednesday. They relatives afWatklni R6V. teo C. Sch\ turned following the jubilee of religious Saturday at the verit in LaCrosse, Golden on returned home Saturady after' short vacation. of M Electa. Me was accompanied by his brother, Father Blase, of Anadarko, Okliw and their Six sisters, all nuns from LaCrosse, Sister M. Electa, the jubilaiian, Sister M. Maflta, Sister M. Dam ase, Sister M/ Carolyn, Sister M. Leota, and Sister M. Milburga, Monday the group left on a church. er, Albert, Jerry and Don Beck- Will you bo on* of thousands who Will lose their crop income to hail this year?'Why take chances when protection costs so little. For extra safety and servke, insure .•.with"'Farmers Mutual Hail. Over 130 trained adjusters assure prompt settlement of claims. Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost. Sec your. Farmers Mutual Hail agent! : L.S. 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Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richardson of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. John Artzer of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Steward and family of Buncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Croonquist and family of Moorland, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett, Mr. and Mrs, Darrell Fett and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fett and family and Mrs. Bertha Lee. Sunday evening visitors at the Albert Fish home were Mrs. Albert Fish Jr., Mrs, Kuhlmann and Janice Esberg of Algona, Mrs, Floyd Armstrong and Debbie and Rap Fish of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson of Renwick visited Friday evening at the Albert Fish home, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mick Will at Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish and sons spent Monday evening at the Jack Niewald home in Fort Dodge in honor of the birthday family of Des Moines spent the weekend with. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw. They .brought, Mrs. Esther Jackson lOrBois sister of Mrs. Maw to spend several weeks. On Sunday, Mr Slack, Mr. Maw, John and Jim attended a ballgame in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis and girls and Jean Fleming of Des Moines spent Sunday at the Harry Fleming home. ' Mr. and Mrs. August Studer of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe. Mr. spent and the Mrs. Lee weekend William at Cedar Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY MOTOR LOOM ins Motor Hot*! lAKfc TOUH H( K 2 FAMOUS RSSUVHWTS Me COC«T,»II WUNGE5-KSR. JOE'S ind INN OF 1HE BUCK KNIGHT i 2 SWIMMING POOlS - Indoor Netted Pool/Letje Outdoor.Pool «nd r»ti. . 230 IDIURIQUS GUtST ROOMS ADO -All Air-Conditioned t Ridio * TV. Children Unijer U !'. ft rrisfS i ' eVt $bwtliil Cmter — |iwi dun M mi lUiM . WMltM t. 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Cecil Zeigler of Kanawha and Marlin Fosse and daughter of Mason City visited Friday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Babcock. A pre-nuptial shower was held Wednesday evening at the First Baptist church in honor of Renelda Schulz. Renelda will become the bride of Greg Ke« ough Saturday, June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram visited relatives at Bagley Sunday and also visited with his mother, Mrs. C. E. Cram at liohr- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner and family, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Krebs and family and Joan and Janene Gourley enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Beads. Lake near Hampton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary visited Sunday evening with her father, Edd Schpenwetter, a patient at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wigness and daughter moved Sunday to Forest City where he will teach this fall. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spang' ler were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Spangler and Kelley of Fayette and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Zimmerman and To4d of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Kromer and son left Wednesday for 1725 Keating, Glen Ellyn, 111. Mrs. Ethel Ernric and Mrs Theodore Roosevelt of Clarion, visited Sunday afternoon at the Now you oan give your Whole house the same dependable gas air conditioning that cools modern hospitals, office buildings, apartments, schools, etc. Gas air conditioning has an unmatched record of performance in business and industrial installations. And these are the reasons. A gas cooling unit has no moving parts, which means it cools quietly and dependably, with no loss of efficiency over the years, with virtually no maintenance. And gas cools economically. Aren't these the same things you're looking for in a Central air conditioning system for your home? Find out how simple it can be to cool your whole bouse with gas air conditioning. 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