Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 11, 1966
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Oliver Campney of Burt dies at Bancroft Burt — Oliver Arthur Campney, 84, of Burt, died Thursday evening in the Heritage Home at Bancroft. He had been a resident of the home lor the past six months and in failing health for two years. Funeral services for him will be held at 2 p.m. Moiiuay (today) at the Burt Methodist cnurui with Rev. M. C. uavies oihciat- ing. Burial will be in the &asi- Ikwn Memorial Gardens in Algona. He was born May 10, 1882, at Toiuuo, 10 wa, tue s>oa ot James and Luanda Campney. He came to Pocanoiiiias county at the age ot' 12 and was married to Mauul J. Tnompson at Havelock March 31, 19U9. The couple farmed in Pocahontas county and later in Kos- sutti county, reUrmg about 18 years ago and moving to Burt. She survives as well as two sous, waner ot liurt and Harold of Arhoius ParK; two daughters, Mrs. i<red Davits ot BUM ana Mrs. John liustlier of Billings, Monl. 'lucre are also 12 grandchildren and a grtat-gianachildren. Iwo bruehers preceded Mm in death. Mi-. Campney was long active in the Buiu Metnodi&t cuurcn, holding several oiiices including treasurer lor many years. Rites Saturday at St. Benedict for Ruth Arend Services were held Saturday morning at St. Benedict tor Ruth Aim Arena, 37, wnd cued Wednesday June 6, in the Heywood nursing ; tiome at Emmetsourg. Father Nicholas Ruua oiuciat- ed, and burial was in the St. Benedict cemtiery. Tne Hamilton funeral home was in charge 01 arrangements. Pallbearers included: Wayne Arndorier, Kenneth Arndoner, 4-ALOONA (tow.) ADVANCE MONDAY, JULY 11, 1f44 West Bend girl married SHARON KAY Hanselman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Hanselman, West Bend, was married to James F. Forney, son of the J. F. Forneys of Pierre, S. D., on June 11, in the Peace Lutheran church at West Bend, with Rev. W. C. Ostermeier performing the double-ring ceremony. A reception was held after the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henrikson as host and hostess. The bride is a graduate of West Bend high school and the University of South Dakota while the groom graduated from Pierre high school, the University of South Dakota and Battig School of Aviation. They will live at Pierre. ; SOCIETY INFANT iAPTIZED David Bernard Gotwitzef, son of the John Golwitzers, Algona, was baptized July 3 at St. Cecel* la's Catholic church. Sponsors were the Bernard Weyderts, of Lone Rock. Guests of the Gol* witzers were the maternal grand' parents Matt Weydert, Darlene and Helen, Algona, Kenneth Krapp, Bancroft, and Bernard Weydert, Lone Rock. HAVE A REUNION Children of Fred Pergande held a reunion Sunday at his home in LuVerne. Present were the Leslie Calkins, LuVerne; the Delbert Blanchards, Cedar Falls; Albert Pergandes, Riener Helmers, Algona; Melvin Pergandes of Britt; Max Helmers, Des Moines, and the Fred Eslingers, Albuquerque, N. M. The Eslinger faniily will visit for a week. HOSPITAL PATIENT Mrs. Fred Plumb is a patient at the Fairmont hospital, Room 201. Here visiting with the Plumbs are the Walter Plumb family, Pomona, Calif.; daughter Mrs. Gilbert Hanzlicek family, of Great Bend, Kans.; Charles Anderson family, Sumner; and Mrs. Margaret Miller and daughter, Fairmont. BRIDGE WINNERS Mrs. James Everds took first place Wednesday afternoon at the ladies luncheon and bridge event at the Country Club. Other winners were Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. Merlon Baker. Mrs. William Navoichick served as hostess. This week's hostess will be Mrs. Melvin Bay. MRS. STEELE ENTERTAINS Mrs. Lyle Steele entertained guests Wednesday afternoon as a courtesy to Mrs. Opal Barker, Escondido, Calif. 500 was played, and winners were Mesdames John Simon, Ray Metzen and Harold Sabin. discussed the training of dogs for shows. Future plans for the dub W«fe discussed. Six members were present. Mr. Steow Was a guest. Reporter IS Jean Abbott. UNION ALCTHEAN June 21 the Union Alethean 4-H club had a workshop and meeting. Demonstrations were given by Susan Dodds, fionita Kiilsholm, and Linda Nitchals. There was a workshop. The guls cut out things to sew tor tne fair. After the workshop, the girls cooked supper, July 5 the Union Aletheans met at Linda .Nitchals's. Committees for the Achievement Show are: Mary Lou Nitohals, ribbons; Susan Dodds, Connie Molacek, and Linda Nitchals, checking in; Kathy and Patty Hansen, Linda Dodds, Susan Dodds, and Connie Molacek, helping judges. Jean Ann and Linda Dodds each gave a demonstration. LOCALS ser, Robert Arend and' Luke j£r- pelding! ; Rutti Ann Arend was born on Marcn 16, 1929, in St. Benedict, the daugiiter ot John Arend and Victoria Studer Arend. ishe never married. Surviving brothers and sisters arc: LOUISA, Mrs. John Preuschl, Aigona; Edward, Algona; Wilma, Mrs. Clarence Arnuorter, Algona; Roman, Algona; Rita, Mrs. Lloyd Mueller, Wiimette, .111.; Norene, Mrs. William Erpelding, Oelwein; Helen, Mrs. Forest Do France, Marshalltown; Rosemary, Mrs. Pml Dangeiser, Fonda; and James Arend, Algona. Myron Alderson dies Thursday at St. Ann Services will be held today (Monday) at 1:30 p.m. at the Mo Cullough luneral cihapel tor Myron Alaerson, 82, Algona, who died Thursday at St. Ann hospital. .; Pallbearers are: Frank Hofius, Leo Immerlall, Virgil Uunder, 1. W. Nelson, Marc Moore, and Jens Sprensen. Myron Blanchard Alderson was oorn Aug. 21, 1883, in Essex Twp., Illinois, the son of William Aaaerson and Elizabeth Olson. February 4, 1904, he was married to tila Legate. He had lived in Kossuth county most of his life. Survivors include: two sons, Raymond and Arnold Alderson, Algona, and a brother, H. B. Alderson ol Cylinder. Sentral seeks new principal Sentral high school of Fenton is seeking a new principal this week after Lewis Finch resigned the position last week. He has accepted a position as an assistant principal in the Jefferson County Scnool District in Colorado. The area is located west of Denver and includes several Denver suburbs. Mr. Finch was at Sentral just one year, coming from Bu.rt. In other switches in tne school, Bert C. Hunson, Poca- hpntas, has been hired to teach high school economics, commercial studies and as an assistant basketball coach. Parking meters collect'7,134 first six months Parking meter collections for the first six mbnths:,,ojh 1966, in Algona totaled $7,134,64, as compared with $6,535.43 in 1965 and $7,460.72 in 1964. Algona now has 290 meters. Fees for violations in 1966 in the first six montns totaled 975.45, as compared with i)>i,885.13 in 1965, and $1,985.18 in A month-by-month rundown on collections: January ________ $1,301.81 February _______ $1,138.77 March __________ $1,023.67 April _ __________ $1,269.11 May _ _____ — ____ $1,351.21 June ___ _________ $1,050.07 ;These are through June 27, 1966. . Monthly totals for violations included: January __ ________ $324.33 February ______ ,___ $315.96 March _______ ____ _ $270.b8 •' April ________.:___ $348.68 May _:i ____________ $398.17 June ___<_• ____ ij.__ $317.63 Letters to the Editor Dear Editor— i read your editorial about Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher These are also 27. for through Funds are used for salaries, city taxes, signs, repair, painting, (both labor and materials), insurance, repair of traffic lights, motor vehicle registrations, capital outlay, and other expenses. First use of the abbreviation U.S.A. was to stamp approval on barrels of gunpowder made at a mill near Frankfort, Pa., for Washington's Army. At least ten countries use the eagle as the symbol of supremacy. farmers reprinted in the Sioux City Journal. And 1 am wondering how many people Gov. Hughes fooled' with' his Algona opv^oh ol June 14. He said our children wore being pushed too fast in school, causing some to have emotional problems. This may be true. But everything he and the legislature has done is contrary to what he said. They have over- consolidated our schools, and time children spend on a bus is time wasted. Still they are not satisfied and want to make our schools larger. Too large a school may well add to emotional problems for small children. It has not reduced taxes as promised. Then to make it more difficult they set the clock ahead. Some five year olds board busses at 6:40 a.m. standard time. Changing eating and sleeping habits twice a year, does not help those the gover nor says are already under too much stress. They do not go-to sleep any earlier even if put to bed, the result being loss of sleep, and are not up early enough to eat breakfast. Gov. Hughes must know the people of Iowa do,not want six months of D. L. S. T. If he does iie should, after two years of talking with people, I know it. Or is he so confident that the people will vote for him no matter what he does? I for one am anxious to find out. Mrs. Rose Kelsheimer Box 26, Oto, Iowa The fellow who: invented the alarm clock probably did the most to arouse the working class. Mrs. Ralph Richards is recovering at St. Marys hospital, Rochester, Minn., from foot surg- Mrs. Dtlor«« Holdridge, Linda, Greg, Debbie, Lytle Creek, San Bernardino, Calif., left July 6 alter tan days with her parents the Paul Maases and returned home. The trip was made by automobile. A family picnic was held July 4 at the LuVerne Zion Ev Lutheran church. Attending were the Ernie Meyers, the Deb Wichtendahls, Whittemore; the Orval Ramuses and Kenneth Lewises, Fort Dodge; Harold Meyers, Herman Hinzes and the Paul Maases. Roger Wildin and Gary Sch ultz spent the 4th weekend at Kansas City visiting ery. The Verne Waechters attended, funeral, services at St. Jos- eph's'Catholic' cliurch for her paternal grandfather, Edgar Lawrence, 81, at Greeley, July 5 All six children of the deceased attended, coming from as far away as Florida and Canada. The July Fourth celebration held at Ottosen was well attended. Cars were parked along the highway, to watch the fireworks as far as three-fourths mile from town. Wednesday overnight guests at Verne Waechter's were the Ern- e-t Gibbs, Staples, Minn., and Henry Lawrence, Fin Flon, Manitoba, Canada. The Kenneth Struthers • and two younger children have returned home to Hudson, Ohio. Their older children Susan and Steven, remained for the summer with Naomi and James Struthers. Wacousta Cubs 4-H club toured homes of members who had farm animal projects Tuesday. Taking the tour were the twelve boys and their leaders, Olvin Haug and Louis Jacobson. Boys with projects were Roger Oppedahl, Jeff Jacobson, Robert Gress, Tom Jacobson, Gary Halsrud and Gary Telford. At the completion of the trip they had a treat of pop and cookies in Ottosen. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FE.NTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors - ..'•"•'" ••:. —•— RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE •W^fl^W Funerals May Be Referred To Us Algoufl gets silver wings as parachutist S. Sgt. Ronald H. Gardner has been awarded his silver parachutist's wings, after graduating from the airborne course conducted by the army's First Special Forces Group. He was among a class of com bined Army and Air Force volunteer students to earn wings In presentation ceremonies following their final jump June 24. Lt. Col. Clint Norman, comman der of the Special Fom* Group, | was on hartd to pin on the wing*. These ffi<-ft ate ttieifibew of the "front line*? elite «*rp* <rf forward air controllers who have qualified as members of tactical Air Control Parties (TA> CP) teams, whose job it is to afr company airborne army units into forward combat areas, jump in and to provide communica* tions with supporting tactical aircraft. He is the son of the Leo Gardners, 1226 E. North St., Algona, and has been stationed for six months at Kaderia air force base, Okinawa. Prior to that he spent five months active duty in Viet Nam. He has been in the air force since May, 1960. Tomand Mike Parsons, Dave CArtip, Susan filbert, Paula Dea- rdttrshafoft Barber, B. K. Marshall, all classmates of Danny Danieisoii, attended the funeral of Arnold Danielson Friday at the Trinity Lutheran church. 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