Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 15
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10 - 20 - 30 Years -Ago | By Molly MacDonald A weekly feature of by-gone days (Iowa) AS3VANCS—7 THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1966 JULY 5, 1956 Ridiculous Days headlines included "Eisenhower to appear in Algona," and "N. Y. Giants to move to Algona." The entire front page was devoted to non- LOOK SPECIAL DEALS on , \ FURNACES/ sensical stories in keeping with the spirit of Ridiculous Days, Which were coming July 13 and 14. Shirley Shipler was crowned Kossuth County Golden Girl Dairy Queen at th£ Thursday night band concert. She was crowned by J. C. Skow, Wesley, chairman of the event. The state contest was to be held in August at Waverly. Harold Shugart was named lead football coach by the Algona school board. He had been coaching at Monticello for five years where his record included a conference championship in 1953. Other new high school teachers were James Meyer, Miss Mary Hays, Mrs. Rachel Heald Miss Mary Sawyer and Mrs. Helen Kelley. The Kossuth County 4-H Jun ior Leaders took part in a cook- BUY THE BRAND YOU CAN TRUST out at Call park, was planned by The evening a committee IBS Sunday. Register posing with. marble* composed of Nancy Tjaden, Delores Eisenbarth, Kermit Stu der, Don Froehlich, Georgia Hel dorfer, Gertrude Kahler, Roger Dryer, Betty Heldorfer and Ar len Benschoter. Marilyn Dreesman, Algona high school senior, was crowned queen of the band, orchestra and baton twirling division of the All-State Music Camp at the State University of Iowa. Whittemore had a new doctor after being without one for more than a month since the departure of Dr. Geiger. Dr. GREEN COi-OJVfAt. HEATING QUALITY PAYS! With furnaces as with everything else, you get what you pay for. So, before you buy, compare! LOW OPERATING COST Model for model, Green Colonial furnaces are heavier, better built. Large capacity blowers assure quiet operation. Factory engineered installation assure^ three important plus values, 1. Fuel savings up to 25%. 2. Extra comfort because of tailored to fit installation. 3. Longer trouble-free service. GET OUR ESTIMATE BEFORE YOU BUYI R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating Stockdale, who had completed his residency at Broadlawns General hospital in Des Moines, was o arrive that week to begin practice. Heavy Wind, hail and rain damage was reported in the Livermore - LcYerne and Bode areas in the make of a severe itorm. The Don Bormann farm hree miles northeast of LuVer- ne was thought to have received he most damage. Pictured was a 60-year-old landbill proclaiming the open- ng of Riverside park two miles north of Algona. The list of attractions at the new park included a steamboat ride on the Lady Norwood. The Advance reported that the "Lady" had a habit of sinking occasionally when passengers jammed to one side, but it was always refloated several other campers at meal- ;ime. Kossuth County was celebrat* ng Iowa's centennial July 10-11. Attractions included an Old Time Parade, Old Settlers' Picnic, street carnival and a free vaudeville show. Esther Genrich, daughter of the Walter Genrichs of Swea City, was Kossuth County's representative at the first Hawkeye girls state in Des Moines. Nine Girl Scouts went to Clear Lake with their leaders, Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Jo Peilsek, for a week's outing. Girls in the group were Lucile Loesch, Mercile> Putz, Lillian Bennet, Midge McGuire, Ellen Roscoe, Ruth Ann Riley and Janice Bartholomew. Under the headline "Snozzle- Puss Rides in Algona Derby Car" was a picture of Bob Hope "famous radio comedian," a stride Jackie Lichter's entry ir the soap box derby at Des Moii nes. Jackie had won the Kossuth derby and was Class B runnerup in the state meet. Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs James Allen, entertained 14 fri ends at Call park on his 14th birthday. Guests were Jerr> Good, Janet Reding, Ray Ross, Bonnie Steil, Bill Sparks, Elma Anliker, Jerry Anderson, Jean Beamish, Jerry Reilly, Harriette Brown, Joe Reding, Beverly Turner, Shirley Phillips and Beverly Harvey. Hodgepodge reported that it was being freely predicted in Des Moines that Iowa would nson was second. In the ompettion, Alepha FicKbx>hJfo was first and Leta Reynolds sec* nd. ' •;•' A df vt to find the most b* autiful girl in the cotinty to tourney find Jini"Steph< esent Kossuth in the Miss low* contest at the state fair was »> bout tc be launched, N, C. Rice of the Call theatre was malting arrangements. It was stfc«§cd that th s was not a bathing beau* y contest. On the contraty, 'bathers in suits will be barred 'rom both local and state fair finals.' The age limits were » at 14 to 23. Found in the Twenty Year* Ago column (1916) were the names of Kossuth graduates at Iowa City: Earl T. Crane, Melvin Mickey, Milton G. Norton and Edward A. Adams, Algona H. R.J Jenkinson, Union town ship; J. J. Swanson, Whittemore and Aiirel Gardner, Bancroft. Judy Hanson given shower at Swea City Sw<a-Eagle — Judy Hansen, Rings ed, Thursday was given ohnson. The Truman Johnsons nd Judy Hansen Visited Terry ohnson at Camp Ripley, Minn., > week ago Sunday, where he is tefvifig witli the National Guard. The John Meyers, St. Paul, itinn., came to Forest Ericksons today to Visit. Sunday they vis- t the Dtiane fcricksons, Sher>urn, Minn., and left for home 'rom there. The Allan Erickson, Chicago, same Saturday to Dettmer Thompson's. They will finish their vacation with a fishing trip. The Allan Ericksons, Gene Thompsons and Dettmar Thompsons were at Everett Erickson's Sunday. The Lyle West falls were Sunday guests of her sister the Ed H EATIN G GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING have liquor by the drink after the next session of the legislar ture. JULY 11, 1946 The Algona city council hired a Des Moines 'firm 'to look into the. development and ultimate adoption of a city plan of growth with a zoning ordinance and a building code. Jesse Shore and Arlen Ben schoter, Algona, and Bruce and Leon Benschoter, Whittemore attended an Episcopal boys camp at Clear Lake. Arlen managed t get his picture in the Des Moi JULY 2, 1936 a mis cellaneous shower, at the R. J. Harrington was elected county chairman at the GOP convention. Mrs. H. A. French Titonka, was chairwoman, Rev Allen H. Wood served as conven.- ;ion chairman, with M. P. Weaver as secretary. The state delegation was headed by Sen. Dicknson. Three new teachers were hired for the Algona public schools. Jane Mahin, Ainsworth, would teach in junior high, Doris White, Mt. ^yr, and Mrs. Ruth Stansbury, Osceola, would be teaching senior high. T. H. Chrischilles reported from Los Angeles where he and his family were vacationing that the California men dressed in better taste than the women. He Methodist church, Swea City. Ell<«v Mather registered guest; •, and Waiece Kraoht had the gft table. Mrs. R. S. Mather had ;he program. Mrs. Walter Schmicking had devotions. Robyv Swanson sang accompanied ly Nancy Peterson. A skit was iven by Mrs. Mike Grabia- nowslci and Mrs. Arthur Kracht. Paulejtte Kracht and Nancy Pet- played a piano duet. Mrs. erson ... Walt r Magnusen gave a reading on bridal customs and traditions Cathy Hanson and Vicki Wiley helped open the gifts. Mrs. based his observation on the "popularity of the 'slack' garment which is extremely difficult for many mature women to wear." Kenneth Mercer, playgrounds supervisor, reported that winners of the marbles and jacks tournaments had received free tickets to the State theatre. Chuck McVay won first in the Col r Semi -load Just Arrived! Special savings Now win Freriehs. The Marvin Iversons, Des Moines, were at the Floyd Mont gomerys over July 4th. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery at tended the school of Christian missions of the Methodist church Cornell college, Mt. Vernon Monday to Friday. The Andrew Broneses, July 4 had a neighborhood picinic a Reynolds park, Swea City. At tending were the , Warren Sroneses, Mrs. Cora Mather, th R. S. Mathers, the Alan Mathers William Mathers Jr., Elvin Swansons, Harold Swansons, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Walter Goraczkow- skis, Jay Brories, Mrs. Lillian nd Ramona Smith, Burt. , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drab and amily and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- lill were Wednesday -visitors in he Tony Jaildl home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl and Eugene ,nd Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drab itid family were supper guests in he Mennet Trunkhill home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Klein and Stanley of Irvihgton spent the Ith of July with their son-in*law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and -family in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider of Bode and Mrs. Opal Barker of California were Monday visitors in the Ray Fitch home.. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett also dropped in to see Mrs. Annabelle Fitch who was here visiting from Lebanon, Mo., Sixty-two relatives and friends gathered together at the Tony Jandl home for the Fourth of July and in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drab and family o f Long Beach, Calif., who are visiting here. Others attending the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. David Weston and son Eric, nebago, Minn., the Clarence Diers family, Bancroft, the Rob ert Jandl family, Hutchinson. Minn., George Sengbusch and son Darwin, Malica, Minn., the Cliff Curtis family, West Bend, the Dick and Jack Trunkhill families, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Mennet LIGHTNING ~- LigMhittg took a heavy toll in cattte the night of June 25th killing seven high* grade Holstein cows on the Bob Weltner farm near Sunnier, The same storm killed thirteen, cows at the Merle Meyer farm, also near Sumner. STRAWBERRY — Among the crop of strawberries grown by Edward Zupke, rural Waukon, one of his "Ozark Beauty" berry plants produced a heart-shaped fruit which measured three indi- es across and 2% inches deep. AIR RACE — Mrs. Hazel Sigafoose, Montezuma, and Mrs. Phyllis Barber, Marion, partiti paled in the Powder Puff Derby this month! They flew a Cessna 206 in the Seattle, Wash, to Clearwater, Fla. transcontinental air race. 1964V i > 11 • Publish i - t, P I «'..J > County Advanie, f\lg.ixi, July /and 14,-1966. ..^ IN fMI ,M%b THE KOSSUTH C Oftftl LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City of Algona, Iowa has received from Bennie B. Wibben a proposal to buy" from the City the following described real estate, to-wit: That portion of West street lying between West Call street and the North city limits, for the sum of $100.00. Said proposal will- be acted upon by the City Council at the Council meeting to be held July 27, 19A6, ot 7:30 P.M in the Council Chambers at City Hall Algona, Iowa. IN A?Po"TMiNf w 6T«tcutbk7-AM , MOtlCt to CREOftOM TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED INI TH6 ESTATE OF LUELLA WESSELS D«6te*»a You are hereby notified that on mr 30th day of June, 1966, the last Will and testament ot Luella Wessels, deceased bearing date of the 20th day df Mby, 1958, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Helen WeS-f' ,els was appointed executor of said es-» i ate. Notice is furtner givert that any «' •Jon to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of wra county within one year from the a, 0 .' * if the second publication of this notice, 1 ir, thereafter bo forever barred. Notice is further given that all per-*, sons indebted to said estdte are re* quested to make immediate payment { roj •he undersigned, and creditors ,,«?!• :laims against said estate shall ftw them with the clerk of the above named fistrict court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; 'and unl«s, so filed within six months from the sec- md publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim ( ,nall thereafter be forever bafred Dated this 30th day of June, 1966, Helen Wessels Executor of said Estate 1360 Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois Address Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication Gabel, Dick Berg, and the Harvery C. Larsens, Mrs. Orville Thoreson and children were afternoon guests. The Alan Mathers were met at Minneapolis by his parents, the R. S. Mathers, and came home with them Tuesday. They came from Miami, Fla., to Minneapolis. The Mathers will visit here and leave July 12 for Davisville, R. I., where he will be stationed for 10 months when his tour of navy duty will end. This'Notice is given by authority o '"th day of July ,1966 e City Council and pursuant to Section ^ b .^ edA J" ^° A JKSS, K °£*£ the City . - 368.39 of the Code of Iowa 1962. Dated . at Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of June, County Advance, Algona, July 7 and 14, 1966. Iowa, Marvin, Johnson, poured punch and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Fent>n, aunt of the groom, served of fee. Hcstesses were Mrs . R. S. Matter and Ellen, Mrs. Mike Grat ianowski, Mrs. Arthur Kracht and Paulette, Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mrs. Walter Schmick- ing, Mrs. Harold Kirantz and Mrs. Harold Oarr. PA1 FOX SHOWER P t Fox, fiance of Maurice Can, was given a coin shower Saturday evening at St. Marys Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drab, Debbie and John, Long Beach, Calif., came to spend a week with the father, Mennet Trunk hill, grandparetns, the Tony Jandls, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Beardsley Billie, Sherie and Dawn, Greenbay, Wis., Mrs. Myrtle Stiitz o Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Dur iwood Schmidt, Kelly and Gary Trunkhill, Cathy Trunkhill and Violette Collinson, Elmore, Minn., Mrs. Bertha 'Bilsborough. Algona, Mrs. Bill Ross, Crystal Lake, the Hanford Brocks and Mike and Debbie Hanna, Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Loebach and family visited in the Mark Bern hard home, Fenton, July 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart vere dinner guests in the Robrt Donnelly home, Fairmont, for i'ourth of July. This was also in lonor of Linda Donnelly's birthday which falls on the 4th. Mrs. Russell Henry and Julie of Jewel were up Tuesday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. David Bardlet and son of Dayton, Ohio, visited in the Robert Sarchet home and with other relatives here for a week. They left for home last Cat olic ... .church, ....AimstrQng.^Dallas^.Tcjxas^Mrs. Lynu.Hanson 'Guests were registered by Col- and daughter Brenda, Goldfield, Koons. Mrs. Warren Brones |and the Robert Skillings, Irving- the program. Mrs. Truman ton. leer had Johfison gave two poems and i Mrs. Harold Andreasen enter- een Koons and Mary Wood san;; accompanied by Tholkes. Mrs. Don Koons gave two reading;; and Mrs. Warren Brones saic a table prayer. Mrs. Linus Vaske, Rolfe, assisted opening carls and poured coffee. Hostesses were Mesdames R. S. Ma .her, Art Kracht, Truman Johnson, Hans Peterson and Treva, Warren Brones, Earl Tnnary, Glen Burt, Lawrence Reding, Don Koons, Orville Budach and Linus Vaska tained her circle Wednesday, Circle R of the Burt Presbyterian. Eighteen members and five uests were present. Guests "A Super-Size Portable Feed Factory" » MORE ADVANTAGES > MORE PROFIT Call 5-3501 I icnic guests of the Kenneth Brones Sunday were the William Tooins, Johnie Tobins, Albert Andersons and Jay Brones. Afternoon guests were George Tobins, East Chain, Roland Greears, Rochester, Minn. Mrs Greear, nee Jane Tobin, is a niece of the William Tobins. Mrs. Truman Johnson and Mis. Mervin Johnson and Kandis ati ended a shower at the St. Pau Litheran church at Ringsted fo Judy Hansen, fiance of Terr; OUTSTANDING SKOtfWHTIONS INCLUDE , . , Oscilating Tandem 9'6" Over-all Height Standard Feed RQ»* 9' Discharge Auger Length 142 cu. Ft. Mixing Tank Capacity 24" Hammermill Size Rear Concentrate Hopper Location Discharge Auger Diameter — 7" Algona Implement Co Comimrcial Strwt "Ytwr IH Algona NEED MONEY? To Buy Land To Pay Debts To Build or Remode For Other Purposes Land Bank loans pn land ar« low-cost, made for long term*... so payments are low. And you can pay in advance without penaltyl ••• Us tor • LAND BANK LOAN South of Pfnntyi in Algona Preferably on Mondays and Wednesdays E. H. Hutching Mgr. Mrf.H*itnH§if,Ajs't. lyyyi^UyVW^wyVVVW^WVWWtfW Wednesday. A Sarchet family reunion am picnic was held the Fourth o1 July at the Dick Sarchets, north west of Algona, about 30 attend ing, coming from Dayton, Ohio Marquette, Mich., Wall Lake, Al gona and Burt. "Happiness really is only liv ing and taking life on it's own terms." BALLOON — A weather ba loon which disintegrated ove the farm of Max Cronbaug near Koszta and others nea Marengo was estimated to weig over IVa tons. The bulk of th plastic balloon is a spectacula /ere Mrs. Arvin Eilders and sight as it hangs from a tree an: drs. Esther Sorensen, Burt, Min- forms a perfect picture of a wa ie and Alice Pannkuk, Titonka, terfall. ' 1 Ready now! The remarkable new ^ f .9 . 1 a I i A* JA » AND ALL OTHER MODELS Sizzling sport version of the pop-,; i *'' ular Honda 90. Top performance, sleek new design, remarkably low price. See the Super SfO today at NORTH. IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER HONDA DIVISION 310 E. STATE..ALGONA. .PHONE: 295-3818 ;!, YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER Left to right- Con/air Monza Sport Coupe, Chevy n Nova 4-Door Sedan, Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe and Chevrolet Impala Convertible. Each comes with an outside rearview mirror and seven other standard features for your added safety, Always check your mirror before you pass, That's the beauty of buying America's most popular your Chevrolet dealer can save you right now on make of ear-especially right now when summer a luxurious new Chevrolet, racy Chevelle, trusty savings are extra tempting. It just makes sense that Chevy H pr sporty Corvair, This vou're going to save in a big way by seeing the man year's cars by Chevrolet are the most, who's doing business in a big way. So go see what And right nowise are the savings. T i l! •41 14 0114 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. |W CORNER OF COURTHOUSf ALGONA, IOWA PHONS 4

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