2-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, JULY 4, 1W6 eeoeoeoe»oeoeoMee»eee 10 - 20 - 30 T ~ -~ Ago By Molly MacDonald r , i A weekly feature of * by-gone days oeaooooeeeooooeeeeeeee JUNf 21, 1956 | Installation of air condition, ing »t the Algona public library was completed. The project was made possible by a donation from the Cina Call estate. A now bend director arrived in Titonka. Phil Faaborg of Kim- balton was to take over as summer band instructor and full time instructor at Titonka high school in the fall. ><i Alice Kreeensky presented a 'program on -higher education jind churchrelatod colleges at a meeting of the^ Presbyterian ilNilllQM> .t .' ''•"'-, SERVICEMEN ••••••••••••••*••*•••••• and Mrs. M.itt. Falkerihainfer attended a luncheoh atid bridge patty it the Pott Dodge Country Club. »0oeae«eee«»eeeeeee»»»0e Cotwith Mr** Harry L< Maw e»eoeoooe+oe».oeeooooo ROBIN H.KING Camp Pend|eton, Calif (FHT- NC)-;^- May 24 — Marine Private Robin H King, grandson of the Wilbur Holdorfs, Algona, has completed individual combat training here. His next stop is four weeks of basic specialist training in his military occupational field. »** Mr. and Mrs. William Welter and family of Carroll visited on Sunday at the .ft. C. Welter reSi; dence. Jennifer and Kathy who had been visiting here returned home with them. Mrs. Robert DeGroote, Cheryl Welter, Jennifer and Kathy Welter and Mr. R C. Welter visited Mr*. Lydia Huber at the rest home in Buffalo Center Friday afternoon; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Devine and Mr. and Mrs, John Hobscheidt enjoyed a picnic dinner on Sunday at Forest City. Kathy Merriam, who is employed in Eagle Grove, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Merriam. "New officers for, the Algona Lions Club weire:' I»resident, Frank Moulton; "1st vice presi- ident, Louis Nitcnals; 2nd y. p., Craig Smith; 3rd v. p., Dwight ; secretary-treasurer, Wil- Reinders. reflects, "If man doesn't die poor, the government tax situation will take of it for Mr». Jerry Nrrit of Algone the v . annual Dodge .women's golf, meet with a 91 for £18 hole*. Another Algonan, Mrs. Claude Slagle, von. the prize for the fewest putts ,' on ,18 holes. "Mrs. Ferris' daughter Pat, in }her first state competition, walk- 'ed off with the first flight trophy in the junior girls' golf tourney at Ottumwa. . , v. ; *} Main Stem reported Frank Ve- :,;ra was on a fifhlng trip in Canada and was unable to catch any Arctic Grayling .because the river was still frozen. ; , '. The Long, Long Ago column, delving into the news. of 1926, found kittenball to be a big activity then. Players on the Algona team were Kenneth Sieph- -enson, Howard Vinson, Verle - Connolly, Clayton i Sutherland, . Maynard Stepheiison, . William Mann, Sherwood McDonald,, Theo. Zittritsch, G! D. Brundage, Sidney Carlson, Wade Sullivan, the fairgrounds. Enrollees included Jim Stebbins, James P. Sheridan, Ray Johnson and Wm. Prothman, Algona; Loren Kapp arid Homer Ankeny, Buffalo Center; Erling Flour and Philip Goetz, Wesley; Alvin Kunz, of Whittemore; Paul C. Olson and Ernest Lavrenz, Burt; Gerald H. Voigt, Fenton; Anker W. Nielsen, Rutland; Frank L. Schrieber, Britt, and Charles Nelson, Corwith, The Cliff. Kyes orchestra wee playing at the Pink Ballroom at Titonka. A half-page ad taken by the retail merchants of the Algona Chamber of Commerce pledged that, even though price controls had been eliminated, prices in all member stores would remain the same as though O. P. A were "still in full force. Three separate ads by local merchants reaffirmed the pledge to help "keep down -threatened inflation." JUNE 2 5, 1936 H. W. Miller was to talk about Algona over .radio station WHO on the program "Iowa Speaks" the following Sunday afternoon Algona's new paving on Stati Street- was to bs completec within 10 days. The Advance noted'that under normal condi "the co^crete^'could/I" Carl Borchardt, and K. E. -Doe. Erick Strom JULY 4, 1946 The Whittemere; newspaper, the Champion, was purchased by Robert Richardson; of Sesseton, ; S.-D.'. ::;.-:;:• •....•;'';• : -'—-•/ • Lone Rock had undertakon a project to buy a fire truck and set up a permanent rural fire fighting organization' in that area. Firemen in- Fenton were also raising funds to buy a truck With 15 v men rogisttrod, an Algona school of masonry was to hold its first training session at and >famity, of Gafnef, Mr. atid Mrs. Dayton Adreon and family of Britt'and Mr. attd Mrs. Ch«i-- els Claude afid family all enjoyed a picnic SUhday at the parte Anna Mae Oxley of CilifoTma las been visiting at the home od her mother, Mrs, Bertha Leejuxd other friends. A group of friends had a sho- wcr for Mrs. Paul Wilhite at the Grace Baptist church Saturday evening; . , ' . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Tom, of Hampton, Mrs. Ron- hie StroUp of Mason City visited Corwith relatives and Mettds ori Saturday: Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the,weekend with her par; ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjer- sted, Sunday dinner guests were Lon Foresi of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Mae Riggle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goranson visited Thursday evening \yith her brother and wife, Mr. ,ariid Mrs. John Daniel Sr< Mr. and Mrs. Al Slobe of Algona visited -Sunday afternoon and evening with their daughter and family,, Mr. arid Mrs, Jim Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Claude A son was born Sunday, June .,. Jack Miewald it the Lutheran hospiial," Fort Dodge. He weighed 7 Ib. 1 oz., and named Douglas Lee*. Mrs. Albert Fish attd Bryan visited Mrs. Skip Fish and Mrs. Wilma .KUhlmann at Algona on Saturday. . . Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman left Sunday for Earlville, 111., to attend the funeral of Paul Kaminky, who died at Scottsdale, Ariz- Ledyard man gelt doctorate Charles DeBoer of Ledyard has received a doctor of philosophy degree, conferred by L. A. DuBridge, president of the California Institute of Technology at Pasadena, at the annual commencement. Charles is the son of Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer of Ledyard and he majored in chemistry at Cal-Tech. Earlier he was graduated from Iowa State University at Ames with a bachelor of science degree. He is now studying at Columbia University in New York, i Former Algona girl featured in newspaper teaching In Clarion wheta she directed music groups, in grade Mid high school. She? sings at is member of the Chottis W dHgin- ates numbers used m musicals active in St/ John's Ca- The Clarion newspaper receltt j Jy honored a former Algona girl, Mrs. Dale Kohlhaas Brands Cla> tton teacher, and toother of seven children, She has appeared locally several times with the Clarionaires t a singing trio, and she has presented Several vocal programs at Clarion and sang solos in the Messiah and Seven Last Words in Clarion. She was casting chairman and stage manager for the Clarion centennial pageant. She has been a den mother, assisted with Campfire girls, and as officers in the Music Club, Legion Auxiliary, Agenda Club, Minerva Society and St. Mary's Circle. As president of the Community Hospital Auxiliary she headed the group's picnic and field day at the Clarion park recently which cleared $1,000 for the MRS. DALE BRAND Auxiliary. She met her husband- when ect of the Agenda club as well as head of the hospital auxiliary. She is a daughter of Mrs. kohlhaas and the late Phil Kohl- liass, She is now doing suibsti- tute teaching at Clarion. She majored in • education at • the state college at Cedar Fall*. SON FOR DeROOSES ' Mr. and Mrs. Dewain DeRoos are parents of a son bortt Wednesday, June 29, at St. Ann hospital This is their first child, and Kevin Joseph weighed 7 Ib. 3 oz. at birth. Mr. DeRoos has been pressman at the Advance since March, 1959, and Mrs., DeRoos wa$ employed by Rusk Drug the past five years. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clern Schmit, Hospers, and Mrs. Hilda DeRoos, Sheldon. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation Bros. 26th Anniversary continues poured in four days working shifts, but "under WPA rules the job cannot be rushed." County Auditor E. J. Butler announced his withdrawal as a democratic nominee for reelection.' ' ••-'•' •,-'-' •'••; ;' ' - . The Wesley high school alumni held their annual banquet with Lester Lease serving as the toastmaster. Other speakers were Clare Wolf and Edward Funnemark. The Algona Grays were scheduled^ meet the Mexican Aztec baseball team under the lights on the local field. The Aztecs were professional players. Mrs. D. C. Hutchison, Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs, G. W. Stillman for itself In th« engine wear it saves 9OTO vnoa > • . I ' ' ' • -' . . • 15 Beautiful Beach Towels Given Away NEXT WEEK WE'VE Continuing through July 8 — register for 15 beautiful Beach Towels and One Zebco Rod, Reel and Line combination to be given .Free each week. Register every A ime you stop in, either at the station or garage. ONE ZEBCO ROD, REEL AND LINE COMBINATION ($20.90 value) EACH WEEK Biff Jumbo 3'xW ANTIQUE CAR BEACH TOWELS | Not available anywhere else. p Many colors. | Lots of Antjque Cars pictured MAMMMMMMWMMIMMMMMM MUST HAVE DRIVER'S LICENSE TO REGISTER! Mi W ^inddr Dino Supreme Motor Oil flows fast to moving parts the second you turn the key. It reduces friction from ttw» Itert. Can keep your car running like new for yfgrf. Thi* multi-grade oil won't "thin out" or lose body during hot, hard highway driving. It's long-Lasting. Nidlfl Mokts The Different: Dino Su- prera? Motor Oil contains Nickel additive to armor-plate your engine against wear, in today an<J try it. \Swliif} Hilton Sinclair Service QQOQYf Aft THIS - SINCLAIi PtOOUCTS featM ALGONA, IOWA OUR TOP! ,V; No reasonable offer refused on new or used carsl TOP SELECTION OF WICKS, PONTUCS Md CADILLACS! 00 Government Bonds «— TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON JULY Ith — • ONE $100 BOND; ONE $50 BOND; AND ONE $25 U,S. GOVT. BOND If you win • towel or rod and reel yev are •utomatically ditqualifitd from winning enother BUT YOU ARE STILL ELIGIBLE TO WIN A U, S, ©OVIRNMiNT BONO. It's our way of saying "Thank You" for our 26th year SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE A complete stock of f*c- tory P*r*« <"» ntnd f it ill times/ to take care of your every need. CAPIUAC e PONTIAC e "TtAN$RORTATION Hf AOQUARTf RS IN ALGONA* PHQNi FOR LES5"
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