Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1966 · Page 2
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s 10 • 20 * 30 By Molly MacDonald A Weekly feature of by-gone days Golden wedding }• JULY 12, 1«5o ' •' Ridiculoyt Day* W«r» tchtdol- ed for July i3£L4, and pictured ton the front' page was a local jlass, Jackie VanderWaal, climbing out of the swimming pool in la fur'coat : ' Also pictured on tho front "page was Judy Murtagh with jthree-'other members of the SUI Scottish Highlanders preparing to leave for their eight-week Eu- rppean tour. The caption noted ;.thit Judy' was the ,Highlanders } cover girl in a special booklet ijvhich was to be distributed dur- ?bg the faip. ; - Eight Kestuth county. m«n attended a banquet and meeting ;at the Mason City airport to or- ^ganize a movement to estabhsh ^ii Au- Force Reserve Squadron iftt Mason City. Those present from Kossuth were. Mayor C. C. SShierk, William F. Steele, L. J. .Fairbanks, Burt, Leighton Mis?bach, piwaine Lighter, M. J. Mow- fers, Dr. N: J. Chapman and D[eb Wednesday at ^e MV 6ran hospital, Fort Dodge. He was ihe father of Mrs. Ben Krab'S, Several Corw^th friends/attMd- ed tne services' at GcldHeld Sat^ v R&v, W, Disch of the Grata fiajjtist church was a counselor artorrBojrc' caHip 'hefdf aC' Hie Regular Baptist camp grounds, Venlura,. Steve Fett and Keitl} **• vin were"in 'attendance'. ; ie J.erry Zvyeifels and dauglir Boise, Ida., and Mrs. LaUfa Tl ters, Zwefel, LuVerne, visited day at James Zwejfels. Tllie Charpel Hauswirths and Jearlne left Friday to visit he^ sistdr, the' John Rithbuns, Ban' gor, Mi6h;, and also, the Maurice DePuimsin CHimgo, ' The Robert Chamberses aitd Kenlneth Wagners, 'iim and '1U- monda, attened a Wagner-Helfrich reunion Sunday at Newton: Sunday dinner guests at the Dait Yeoman's in honor of Daniel's tiaiptism were: the Robert Hoovers, Britt; the Gary Alberts, Klemme; the Louis Hocvers. Bur tne the George Yeomans and Lae Williams. The James Ryburns, Britt, also called. Mrs. Elmer Livingston B a patient at a hospital in Rochester. The George Wolfs, Algona, and the Arthur Livingstons were Sunday] guests of the G. M. Wills. John Babcock and her r Mrs. Don Dunfee, Wa', visited Mrs. Eunice ~ ____ . ders, Swea City, and relatives in Kostuth county roads wor» IM- , Domonic Licfcteig O'Carm, bro- g used as a model for other ther of Mr. Lickteig, will be Cei- .counties as more thin 100 super- ebrant. Miss Agnes Lickteig, of ;?yisors and county highway engi- Greeley, Kans., and Albert Ros- ._• _».__ f nt* Al _«___ .1 * ' • _'_ •?' '_.> • ; * • ' -._•'.' '.. '_ MR. AND MRS. Louis B. Lick- f 1930. In 1960, they retired to teig, Wesley, will be honored their new home iii Wesley. Sunday, July 24, at a special 10 (' The Lickteigs have seven chil- o'clock high mass in observance dren: Albert, George and Tho- of their 50th wedding. Father m, aS) all of Wesley; Edward, of ard, 'Art Priebe, Herman Baohtit and Wm. Batt. Burial was in the Burt township cemetery. , CIRCLES WILL MEET dircies of\the W. . .,. ( meet JUly 20. Sliirley circle hdst- esses Hazel Teeter and Pearl Services held at Burt for firs. Gilford Burt—Nellie May Harvey Gif (ord died July 12 at the Luther* ah hospital iri Fort "Dodge of a stroke following surgery .She w;as born July 9, 1897, at Hurt, daughter of James and Mary Kennedy, Harvey. She attended the tiurt town* ship schools. She married Will- of Kossuth will have a family at Donald Patterson's, "ti^::?. aSLi- 1 '** rv,n **..+,» twrtt i ttw-eHi guest* at Ge pot at Call state park] . s candidate — .. r .---. the 6tH district, Wiley Mayne _ and republican candidate ror| O f the diffi s t o . I. Button. Uthel junffii aridRo'chel-'governor, flobtft Beck., Coffee on ^ they the Herman Soderbergs ate ™ *R home just east • B - T * Sehrader home from the .' Floyd daiice p.m. program by Genevieve: Ooleman. Spry and Dorothy Johnson, roll call, Exodus, hostess Florence Spear. Gladys circle, at 2 p.m., hostesses Blanche Long and Alice Cole, roll call, peace* program, Genevieve Graham ,,and Leona Lovstad. Patricia, student nurse now Burt and retired. J Survivors include her husband and 4 daughters, Anita, Mrs. Marvin Marlpw, Lone Rock, Ar- letie, Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Burt, June, Mrs. Lawrence Preshus, Burt, Phyllis Gifford, at home, and two sons, Billy Gifford, of Lone Rock, ard James Gifford, Bancroft. Also surviving is a sister, Ruth, Mrs! Elmer Phillips, Sexton, 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran church and the Aid. •^jT Funeral services weite held at 2 p.m. at the church with the . -JTJ * . __. _.. _ Karawha. neers from 35 counties along 'With Chief State Highway Commission Engineer John Butter floured the county. il Hodo«podo« rofloctod, "You're getting along when "your wolf Swhistie r draws ah indulgent -!-.'Bancroft won thf 8th District Junior Legion baseball title by -defeating Fort .Dodge 3-2. ,f, Main Stirn roportod on four £lpcal girls bitten by the travel bug. Sheila Sullivan and Alice ijKresensky had left for a resort ?pn Nantucket, off the coast of j-Cape Cod, Mass., where they pvork for the summer. Sandra Shumway ytzs spendihg the sum- i^mer at take George, N. Y., db- iing secretarial Work, and Cheryl i,yanderWaal was w«orking as an ^assistant camp director at Utch- ;^eld, Maine.';; •?.' "*•••' ..;••' | ' Four rnon^iorf of tho Arrny (Reserve from Kossuth county were attending a training session at Fort Sheridan, 111. They ner, Wichita, Kans., their attendants, plan to attend. A reception will be given by their children at St. Joseph's church hall, from 2:30 to 5:00 o'clock. Relatives, neighbors and friends are invited. They request no gifts. Josephine Rosner and Louis Lickteig were .married January 16, 1917 at St. John's Catholic church, Greeley, Kans, They began farming near Greeley, moving to the Buffalo Center farm in 1922 and then to Wesley, in Burt; Robert and Mrs. Theresa Berger, Algona; and Mrs. Edward (Marjorie) Kenyon, Whittemore. They have 31 grandchildren and one deceased. ing match, and Mrs. George Henley, the women's blind bogey. Three men claiming to be Indians, were arrested on a charge of selling "magic" herbs. The preparation required ,j the addition of alcohol arid sold for $10. The Advance reported the concoction supposedly had healing po\yers but instead produced only a hangover. The lows of the Idle Hour Cor with Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mrs visi ,!T * hekevenin S 'K A Vehling Donald Cooks ' neai 'i bearers were Everett Harina, Robert Hanna, Harlan Blanch- Mrs. Art Kraft, Renwick, and Merle Sehweiterts. BLUE BIRDS MEET Burt Blue Birds 4-H club met July 9 with Cindy Faber. Achievement day and a dress .review were planned for July 26 at 1:30 p.m. at the Burt school gym. Kathy Patterson gave a talk and Sharon Tigges and Cindy Patterson gave a demonstration. Diane Person and Cindy Faber reported on the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake. The club had a successful bake sale July 13. Club leaders are Mrs. Gerald Soderberg and Mrs. James Coady Jr. . Gary Reynolds, Fort Dodge, ;ed Mrs. Addie Hamm, Sun- dajj Edith and Delia Welter, Algona, visited Saturday at the R.; C. Velter home. were Lt. Col John Wilson, Burt,, •-..,•«. Major Leo Cassel, Major Earl bridge club entertained the :;Legler and Major George Sefrit, highs at breakfast and luncheon 'all of Alfiona ' r ~* * u " T "" v "' ""**""" ~* r«««^ ':• Richard Burton was playing at ;the drive-in in "The Rains of Ranchipur" with Lam Turner. stration ancient :;; JULY 18, 1946 ,[ A demonstration of the troubles of old-time motorists was ipictured, with D. P. Smith and {Chas. Klanip playing the hapless drivers at the Iowa centennial parade in Algona. The demon- was unplanned, as the Model T balked in mid- parade and the two local gentlemen were forced to do some last cranking. A ju.nior life-saving class was graduated under the tutelage of the four swimming instructors, Joyce O'Brien, Mary Amunson, Frances Price and Doris Me- Quire, Those completing the course, were Bill Clawson, Dick Samp, Jerry Samp/Madonna McGuire, Midge McGuire, Ed Laing and Maxine Gibson. The Algona Junior Legion baseball team was scheduled to play the top-r ated Chambers Motor team from Des Moines at th© fairgrounds here, Menibe.rs of the local team were Clifford ;Skogstrom, Loren Johnson, Thomas White, Gerald Skttling, Howard Stepljenson, Jerry Waldron, Tony Winters, Charles Crapser, Junior Zeigler, Donald Farrow, kamont Jensen, Junior Snyder and Jack Putton. A group of ten local high school students were spending the week at Camp Methoji on Spirit Lake. They were Lois Ba^ rnard, Muriel Burgess, Sue Hutchison, Barbara Plait, Ruth Ann Spear, Shirley Weber, Durwood Lashbrook, Nelson Price, Howard Schoby and Craig Seeley. JULY 9, Thf tfnfMiJrityre t^artd »P over 1QQ ^ireip days in 3 row with rea^ng? 8* * 07 > 10 ^ *°d 103 The rest of the week it was 3 cool 98 and 99. July 4*b to^rn^mfjnt winnfrs tije Coynt^y CJub were Joiin ftrst; G^g Vincent third; at the Lusby cottage at Clear jake. The 'highs were Mesdames W. E. McDonald, M. J. McCall, W. G. McCullough, D. D. Mon- :ux, George H. Free and E. W. Lusby; the lows, Mesdames G. D, Stokes, E. J. Hough, F. E, Sawyer, A. L, Peterson, S. B. French, F, F. Corey and D. G. White. The drought was causing grocery prices to fluctuate so •rapidly the Advance printed a notice that the prices listed in the ads had changed after that part of the paper had been run. Purchasers were advised to check with the stores. Nearly 1,000 persons ate free watermelon at the Anna Murray corner store in Lu Verne, Miss Murray had recently purchased the Lichty and Ross store. Mr. and Mrs. Paul VanHeltpn and family spent a few days the first of 'the .week vacationing at Spirit Lake. ; The Leonard Mullins spent the weekend in Worth, 111,, visiting their son, the Don Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. LaVoy Dawson and Steven spent Thursday and Friday in Iowa City visiting Craig Dawson. Steven registered for college; : The Lavoy Dawsons and Stev,en andithe Fred;Wills, anil Mary of Mankato, attended a Wegner reunion Sunday at Fairmont. The Jim Mullins spent last weekend ciamping at Yellovvstone river state forest, McGregor. The Ed Gourleys and. Robert Krafts and Barbara spent Friday with the Dale Yoemans. The Merle Heyers, Spirit Lake spent Saturday with the Rich, Hauswirths. Keith Krebs, son of the Ben Krebs, is attending Methodist camp, Clear Lake. Rev. Frank Considine is an. instructor. The H.O.M.E. club met Wednesday at Jerry's cafe Wall plaques from assorted vegetable seeds were made. Mrs. Jack Shipman was hostess. Mrs. Betty Kothenbeautel of Sheffield and Mrs.' John Ray of Peroria, 111., visited Wednesday with Mrs. Bertha Nail. " Mrs, Emma Bogard visited Wednesday with Mrs. Bertha Nail. Mesdames C. R. Williams and Warren Mclntire visited Sunday with Mrs. Bertha Nail. W. D. McCutcheon, Goidfield, Ben Katuin and Dwain;, Fair- mo it, and the Vernon Studers. Dei Moines, spent the weekend with, the W. G. Erdmans. . Mesdames Esther Kouba, Lu- cijlle JtphnsQn and Winnie $#ov spent' a'week in Marshallto'^n. Cindy Bibrey, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with her par- en^s, the'•'•Earl Gjersteds. Lon Foresi was a Sunday afternoon caller Mesdames Francis Moldenhauer, Hanna Smith and Gertrude Thornbury are vacationing in the west. The Don Dunfees and Terry and Lloyd Babcock, Waterloo spent from Wednesday to Saturday at the John Babcocks. Thurs day Mr. Dunfee and Terry, John 3abcock, Lloyd Babcock and Cecil Nail went to Minnesota fishing. PICNIC IS DATED The Republican Women's club BUS TOUR PLANNED. A guided tour and 3-day bus tour to the Consumer's, Coo.p^r- ative in Kansas City is being sponsored by ,the Burt elevator Aug. 8-940. Ohe evening will be spent at either a major league ball game or Cinerama. The cost isWper person of "^ "•' ~~" pie. The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth McKenzie and Mary, York Miils, Ontario, Canada, visited Burt igtnen- the Larry' Westllngs fave m 8 lb. 1% ol son Craig, Alien born «>t St. Ann hospital My G^andpafents are the Guy RAymorld Westlings, Burl § .; U & I circle postponed its tour to Fairmont becaiise of. the intense' humfd weather July 12. The Septfember meeting will lLf*» * ••**• «,*»*••»*"••••»—- ^ 1 Ai «•• " * "4 be held at th^ home of Hazel Larson. ... Mrs. David Bunikofske and AVll 3* UlM **" • *^~ • ^ TV " ' .• - —T"-''* 1 ' "l daughter Laura Lee, born July 4' at St. Atin hospital, Algona, came Home the? last of the week. UlM-anw, v^anaua, via'mcu .«»»«* »-.....^ •-- •••-_ —i-, -.-,•_•• ..• • •••_•/ A*-;friends last week. Rev. McKen-| Mrs. Muriel Ackerman is_ the zie was pastor of the Burt Presbyterian church 12 years ago. The Eastern Star and Masonic picnic Sunday at Crystal Lake was attended by the Dean Andrews, Quentin Bjustroms, Ray Dremmels, Harlan Blanchards, Betty Miller and children, the Wayne Dugans, Mennett Trunk- hills, 0. H. Grahams and A. C. Hinkleys. George Patterson and friend Ivor Migdoll, of Nairobi, Kenya, Africa, who attend the Ameri' can Flyer school at Ardmore, Oklahoma, visited a few days miternal grandhiother and the Elnier BUnkofskes the paternal grandparents, nlaternal great- mother is Mrs. Ruth Kruger, of Lone Rppk, the paternal great- andparehts are th^ Ira, Bonh- 'oria; anil Herman Buiik- Corydan. Duane Hihkley attended a district convention of the Combined Insurance Co. hi Omaha last \yeek, and was an overnight gu(e,st at Larry Hinkley's, in Atlantic.' Fortnightly club will meet July 22pwith Mrs. Ben Bahling. FENTON NATURAL ELECTION DAY JULY 19 The PeCT3kDe.Grootes returned after visMnf the'Ezra Tebbens Hopkins, Minn. On July 4 thej all] visited' the Dick Delgers Geneva, Minn. Wednesday when the neighbors Bd Hauptman was surpised to help him. celebrate his birthday. JMirs. Hattie Lichty, St. Petersburg, Fla., visited with the Jim Zweifels. The Jerry Holms, Callender, have moved into the Oral McCul- lojigh home. Mr. Holm has accept the position as manager of the Corwith Community Coop elevator. The Joe Wades, Havelock, spent Sunday with the Arthur Tahbs. Mrs. Lavurne Bosworth returned Sunday from California where, she visited her sister, the H L. Bradshaws. Jodi Sue Beer, Garner, is spending a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Beer. The Elmer Marrs, the Richard and Mrs. Viola Brown attended a Read reunion Sunday "* Eagle Grove. ---IN THE ADVANCE won tjw Wind bp>gey; driving contest; LjaTtfygeni, m B. white, INVESTOR'S GUIDE Down to earth «*n»* pn invMt- nwntf . . . • n«w *«rvjc« to Ad- vanw reader* ... by Thomas E. Q'Hara, chairman board of trustee* National A$$n. of Investment Clubs. 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