Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 1, 1966
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V Burt 4-H club winner* in style show .Burt — 4rH.Club. Achievement day was held July 26 at Burt schoolhouse. The judges were Mrs. Bill Amesbury and. Mrs. Joe Loeback, Titorika. Winners in the'Style -Review were Juniors, Cindy Soderberg; Alternate, Cheryl Coady; Intermediates, Marcia Soderberg; Alternate. Arlene Coady; Senior, Janet Cherland; Alternate, Diane Person. .The Burt Bluebirds 4-H ClUb will Mia ve ( 70 entries at'the Kossuth Fair. The club will have a [picnic at .the Swea City Park August 11 Two (demonstration teams will compete August 1, at Algona Methodist church, The Junior team is Cheryl Coady and Cynthia Soderberg. Intermediate team is Arlene Coady and Shar- rBurt. .The wedding will be Jan. MR. AND /MRS. Dean Henry, announce i the engagement and approaching .marriage of their daughter, (Ethel Mae to Alvin •Meyer, .son -of :the Jake Meyers, Los Angeles, her sister-in-law, Nida Pehrson Scholtes of Baft; croft, Leona Anderson-Gamp'Of Waterloo, and iReba Anderson Lihde of Swea City. Father 'Harold Cooper, .assist* ,ant ,at St. Cecelia church for four years, had been appointed parish priest of the Moville, la., Catholic church. :tte would be replaced by Father Dale Roster. The,., newly-elected officers of St. Ann's Auxiliary held a special meeting at the home of the president-elect, Mrs. Luke Linnan, to select chairwomen for the coming year. Those chosen were: Mrs. N, C. Rice, Mrs. D. Priesko'rn, Miss Antoninette Bonstotter, Mrs. Robert Bickert, Mrs. Matthew Streit and Mrs. Edwin Gilmore. From Selective Service clerk Idela Wood's report: Miss Joyce Muth, Corwith, and Miss Kathleen Murray, Lakota, enlisted in oh Tigges. LAST STORY HOUR The'last story hour^atBurt public Library was a party for the youngsters July 28. They re-; ceived badges, name cards and balloons. All took home the rato: bits', turtles, aeroplanes, butterflies and 'fish 'they'had made during the story hours. Cookies were the treat. Saturday the Reading dub will have a farewell party. 'Patricia "Zwietel, 'Emmetsburg spent the weekend with her mother 'Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and with other relatives and'friends. ATTENDING GAMP The Presbyterian camp 'for Juniors i is on session vat Dolliyer State park :for ten idays Bending August ,2. The .camp is tri-racial Attending front Burt ;are Florence Long, Sharon Patterson and Darlene Miller. Rev. Bruce Calbreath and Mrs. Russell Patterson are counselors. Clint Patterson and Robert Ortman had charge of morning worship services at .Burt 'Presbyterian church Sunday. 20 at the Church. Wesley Methodist | By-Molly M«cDon«ld A weekly ! feature of by-gone days Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet Thursday at .the church. Hostesses are Malinda Meyer, June Presthus and Matilda Madsen. The market basket is 'by Eunice Meyer, Isabel Koepke, Viola Cunningham. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Melville and three children, Garrett Park, Md. returned' Friday 'alter ten days with.her mother Mrs. Helen Vogel. On the way home they stopped it Iowa City where Dr. Melville gave,a talk. Guests July 24 of Mrs. Magda lene Ortman .for a birthday bar- 9.99.9999999999999999999 *0V:20 - 30 the Air Force; Captain commissions were given to Thomas :F. Egan, Bancroft, .and James <E. Gar man, Burt, as Navy doctors; and Patrick J. Mulligan, Bancroft, received a Lt. (j.g.) ranking as a Navy:dentist. August 1, 1946 Three detasslers 'imported from Mexico : ran afoul;'of r.the B :;for 31-^ear service award A. H. HUENHOLD, center, receives a certificate-of recognition for 31 years Of iperfect attendance at Kiwanis from International Trustee Wes?Bartlett, Algona, left, and Kiwanis district 'lieutenant-governor Ken Harbaugh of Manson. The ; pic- 'ture was taken at Thursday's Kiwanis meeting at the Algona sHotel. ' '••• and Sunday when the .mercury failed to-reach 100." The weekend* high was a cool 97. Drought conditions continued with only iOl'inch of rain recorded for .all of July- -' ' ."'-'' •••• .-/The Algona library board met and; rejected''S.;-E. McMahon president and Ella Thompson d»n<nw*v4<M*»*r 'T . '''T • fHit1mSkt»A -UmB 999999999999999999999999 Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Fuesday t.q; visit .his mother Mrs. \pfa Quill and other relatives. Mrs.*; Synnava -Dale has .retuned from Lutheran .hospital and is spending sveral days at Mrs. Tina Dale's. , Mrs. Bertha Tederson has re- urned to her home from Rodv ester, Minn. The James Christiansens, Atlantic, spent some time last weekend at the parental Art. hristiansons. Mrs. J. Christianson was called to Cylinder >by the sudden death of her father, Arthur Cody, 64, who died of a heart attack at his farm home northeast of Cylinder, Funeral services, were Monday at St. John's Lutheran church at 'De-. pew. The Art Christiansonss, Don Christiansens and -Ester Opheim attended the funeral at Depew. Mrs. Carl Opheim has returned ifrom 'Garwin, Minn, where attended the wedding July 16, of her granddaughter, Eileen Kay Johnson, daughter of the Morgan Johnsons, to Dennis Sparks, in the Lake Sarah Lutheran church, The Johnsons are former residents of Bode. The Harley iBerges also attended the wedding. The Harold Gundersons, Eagle (lawa) . MONDAY, AU&, The iDon Aures and Bob Crok- ; Grove, called on ;Bode Sunday. .Lester Selving, relatives in Engaged Bode —'Mfi and Mrs. Art Hanson of Bode announce the engagement and approaching Thompson died five hours after baing burned with a 13,800-yolt power line as he was helping move an elevator off his farnu north of Fort Dodge., Two neigh- ,bors, William Kuehn and Joseph Cronin, died instantly in the ac- : icident. Mr. Thompson was ,a •cousin of Merle Thompson and Mrs. Thomas Thompson is a sister of Mrs. Merle Thompson. N The Ralph Hollands, Eagle Grove visited Sunday and Monday at the Archie Holland's; The 'Ralph Rollands will move to Stanhope soon and he will be principal of the school there. The Alvin 'Rollands , Eau Claire, 'Wis., visited Sunday to Tuesday at the parental Archie Rolland's. 'The Cliff Hansons, Spencer, visited Wednesday with 'Laila and Minnie Hanson. marriage of Gloria Joan, their daughter Minneapolis, .'to Anthony Ringger, Minneapolis, and 'Dumont, Minn., son of Mr. and Mrs. -Melvin ;Ringger, Du- secretary. !E. J. Gilmore was >ers returned recently ifrom a elected vice president to sue- fishing trip to northern Minn- ceed Mrs. A. LfRist who had re- 1 icsota. signed from the board. ; The playground group super- _*__.J !___ T^ /~1 'UlTn^uutw n «*V1 *^T*« A*vki < Osage was law and were -picked ^ stealing a .par from ;the ^Pioneer plant, difficulties developec when the local police attempted to question the trio because, "though gifted in many ways and fluent in their -own language, the police are not ,able . _ _ ; ; to speak or understand Mex-j vised by K. C. Mercer and NaomiGooseberry Falls, on, North the Thor Selvings Saturday and mont. A Noveriiber wedding is a'planned. • The Dick Mathesons have re- recent visitor with his uncle,' Thor Selvig. Mable Aasheim of Minneapolis, Debbie Thorsoh, and her Hefliev Nielsons, employed at Look in Des Moines, is spending two weeks in Santa grandparents, the .Harold Heck-,Calif. Her brother, Cpl. Ana, Don turned from a camping trip at sels, Watertown, Minn., visited!Nielson, is in the marines at'El July 26, 1956 A ^four-county delegation appeared before the state highway commission at Ames asking for a repaving of Highway 18 between 'Emmetsburg and Garner. The commission'told'the delegation that there was a possibility the work would begin in 1957. 'Mary K. Staudt, County 'Extension Home Economist, was among a-select group of more than 100 professional musicians attending .the Fred Waring music -workshop " at Deleware Water Gap, Pa. A reception was held at the Ledyard Methodist church honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Fred Samek and daughter. Rev. Samek was the church's new pastor.;};' Four women ;who were members "of, the <;1916 confirmation class of old. Zion Lutheran church were reunited at a party in Swea City-after. 40 years. The becue .for Sandra's 16th birthday were Mrs. Louise Eden and Mrs. Etta Reibsamen, Titonka, and the Wilbur Petersons, Janelle and Richard, Crystal Lake. Mrs. Eden is Mrs. Oilman's mother and Mrs. Reibsamen and Mrs. Peterson .are her sisters. The Legion Auxiliary will meet August 2 in the Legion hall. Hostesses are Helen Wermers, Leona Lacy and Beth Miller. The general meeting of W. S. C. .S will be held at Burt Methodist church August 3. Hostess es are Beth Miller, Marie Parsons, Elsie Winter, Vera Schwietert and Jenny Riebhoff. The program is by Ruby Hinckley, Edna Smith, Janice Schaeller. The Jerry Kissners have an 8 Ib. 8 oz. daughter Tracy Mae, born July 23 at the hospital at Britt, la. They have a son Timothy 4, and daughter Tammy 2. Grand-parents are ithe [Lawrence Pres- thuses, -and John Kissners. Great grandparents are Will Gilford, Burt, and Mrs. Anna Presthus and the W. W. GUles- pies, Algona. Attending North Iowa Bible •Conference at Okoboji Methodisl (Camp are the Frank Ryersons liilu Hawcott, Selina Clifton, ^his week. i The Henry Chartlands and .four children, Washougal, Wash., left at midnight July 24 : alter a visit with her grandparents, the Melvin Duttons. They were planning to drive nights and will make their home in Pallas, Texas. A family gathering was held Sunday at the Glenn Teeter's. Present were the Chartlands, the Melvin Dut- tons, the Raymond Nelsons, Lu- Verne, the Russell Cooks and Henry Johannsens, Algona. Friday the Chartlands visited her aunt, Mrs. Valeria Brjggs and cousins, the Dick McGinnises in 4Jgona. Saturday the Chart- lands were guests at Raymond Nelson's, LuVerne. ' About Aug. 11 the Dean Mc- Hravy family will move to Norwalk. He will be employed by the Green Colonial Furnace Co. in Des Moines. four were Mrs. Mary Pehrson of ican." The arrival ;of an .inter- Hewitt had, a croquet touma- Shore Drive in Minnesota. preter cleared 'things up, - and ment 'winners were Irvin • Olson the workers were ffined ;and shipped back ; home. ; ..•.'•'.<.'• The Algona iHotel had a new manager-Willard Owens of Storm Lake replaced Gordon Truesdale who was transferred to manager reU'ef work for the Boss hotels. Hodepodge reported only 147 days til Christmas. Twenty years ago at the Call theater Jennifer Jones and'Peter Lawford were starring in "duniy' Brown." ,..; ..•,;,;. The Swea City fire company was planning a homecoming: centennial celebration . -which would feature a fine collection' of antiques gathered by Mrs. J.- August Peterson who was -in charge of window displays :for the event. Richard Hutchins, Glenn Buchanan, Victoria Bradley and Jackie Williams and their .mothers were entertained by Mrs. .Robert Lee at a .party celebrating birthday^ of the Lee's son 'Billy. July 23, 1936 The record heat wave had abated slightly; the Advance reported, "Relief came Saturday and Valeria 'Butts. A band concert and amateur hour were held in Ledyard. Entrants in the contest were: Marjorie and Jean Gable, Reuben The Karh'n Lomans, John -and Kristi, have 'been visiting his parents, the John Lomans, and with Mrs. .Loman's relatives in Des Moines. •" Visitors;Saturday,at R. F. Gul- Luter, Joe Dyer, and Charles ,iix S on.'s .were Mrs. Ivan Dickson Peterson, Lakota; Gerald and and son Douglas, Yorkville, Dl., Wayne Godden, Seneca; ^Herbert Mrs. EdrBro and daughter Laur- Gangstee, Marjorie and Russell. ie , o fiGien Ellyn, 111. Dorisi Hoi- f!a'ssfltn. anri "a Persiff :bov." iEU ™~.-. ir'«U n oK n \w\a the Roger Cassem, and "a Persig boy, more. ' Edwin Lloyd of .Ledyard suffered a'badly cut-hand while'he was cranking his .Model A Ford. ••;From'!Iri Society": ;.-•••' Mrr-and 'Mrs. N. C. Rice, entertained 10 guests at: dinner. T. H^ Chrischilles 'told of the western trip'he and his-family made. Mrj. and Mrs. Charles Kingsley of New York City were out of town guests. I s Members of the former Luhf osho campfire group had a picnic supper on the F. A. Corey lawn. Attending: (Ruth Dickinson) Mrs. 'Robert Hunter an<jl Mrs. Thomas (Eugenia Ristj} O'Haire, both of Washington D v . C.; Mrs. Harold Falkenhainei*, Eldora; Mrs. F. F. Twogood, Los Angeles; and Mrs. Casey Loss, i Kathryn Van Ness, and June and Helen Corey, all of Algona. | man, Kenosha, Gullixsons , Minneapolis. Mrs. Dickson, Mrs.,,Bro and .Roger Gullixson are former ! Bode residents and cousins of ;R. F. Gulh'xson. : Mrs. Al Huenhold, Algona, was a Saturday caller at R. F. GuUixsoh's. H. S. Aure, Cudahy, Calif., is visiting the'T. M. Aures and R. F. Gullixsons. The Rev. Roy Quills and four children, .Dallas, Tex., came Sunday: The Thor Selvigs and A. M. Nordley, Fort Dodge went to Minneapolis Thursday to services for their brother-in-law, Chris Sorenson. Mr. Sorenson died in a hospital in Montevideo, rWith ; burial in Crystal Lake cemetery in Minneapolis, beside his wife Mathilda Nordley Sorenson, who died in 1956. The Thor Olsons have return- from ten days at the son, the Guy Olsons, Monmoth, 111. The Ron Nielsons visited the Herliev Nielsons Sunday. Ron has been at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and will leave August 3 for the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. Mrs. Ron Nielson is employed in Minneapolis while her husband is in the service, and is staying with her brother, the Martin Malmins. Rita Nielson, daughter of the Torro, near Santa Ana. Mrs. Florence Hammer and David, Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at her sister, the Her- liev Nielsons. Robert Holland, daughter of the Norman Rollands, is attending the Leadership camp at the Iowa 4-H Camping Center near Ames, this week. It is sponsored •by the Farm Bureau. Joan. Holland, Mass., is visiting Glouchester, her parents Archie Rollands. Aug. 16 she will leave for Las Vegas where she will teach next year. Mrs. John Curtis and Jack and Mark, Redding, Massj, are spending two weeks with her parents, the Archie Rolland|L Mrs. Curtis is the former Geraldine Holland. The Merle Thompsons attended the funeral Wednesday for Thomas Thompson at the Badg:- er Lutheran church. Mr. YOUR SIDEWALK OF SKUttTY 264 A. Stock Farm. Good buildings. Can ;be:bought .on ;contract. 91 A. Cresco Twp.— .Crib,only. This is a level, all'tillable tract producing top yields*. 80 A. LoJts Creek Twp. Improved. This is a good 80. 240 A. — 1 mile from Bancroft. A good all tillable .farm, with buildings. This can be bought on contract. SEEtEY REALTY CO. PAUL M. SEELEY, Realtor Mark A. Seeley Ph. 295-2350 or 295-3174 Arnie Ricklefs or Jim Geelan 295-2491 Leo Frankl 295-5479 cost you than it needs to? In July four 'Iowa communities celebrated their 100th birthdays. lowans helped Ogden, Plainfield, CoUa^ and Woodbine celebrate their centennials by ues »ud , tpfltests, parades, bar TWO ACREAGES FOR SALE NO. \ It might, but it doesn't have to. you have to do to avoid paying extra for your fun; is to look ahead. Plan ahead. Save ahead.' In a savings account with us> Instead of paying interest on a loan, you'll be getting dividends on your savings. On a $2,000 trip, the difference between what you'd pay and what you get could add up to an extra week. Sound like saving is a good habit to get into? It should. It is. Saving makes the difference, Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $1Q,OQO Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917-ALOQNA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance CQ?poratibn ol WasWnjtofl, J). C. Aouroximately 10 Acres near Gall State Park. This fine acreage has a very nice 3 bedroom home with large, modern kitchen, carpeted living room with dining area — screened porch. It 'has a large insulated building with loft — can be utilized for many purposes. Double garage, shop, dog kennel. This acreage-offers many possibilities. Building sites — facilities for livestock, etc. 2 18 ACRES SOUTHEAST OF ALGONA IN BEAUTIFUL SETTING. MODERN 3 BEDROOM RANCH TYPE HOME, ON THE iPROPOSED LAKE SITE, HAS LARGE OUTBUILDING WHICH CAN BE USED FOR MULTIPLE PURPOSES, PIUl 1, SEEUY, RMltM Ft«M 8N4MO w MM174 ARNIE RICKLEFS « M GEELAN HMM2W-2471 LEI FRANIL-FhiM 2M-MTI

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