Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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Cousin of Evelyn Cady dies in Texas Evelyn Cady received a telephone call Tuesday morning, Aug. 16, from her cousin Edwin Cady's wife, of Houston, Tex,, telling her Edwin had died that morning in the Veterans hospital there following a coronary attack. For the past several months he had a loss of proper balance and was using a cane. He had resigned as pipe organist and choir director of the Riverside Memorial Methodist church, a position he had held for over 20 years. He continued to teach piano at his home. Services were held in the church he had served so many years. Edwin Francis Cady was born in Algona to Willis "Pat" Cady and Mary Simpa Cady Feb. 5 1905. The family moved to Ma son City when he was about 10 years old. He began his studies of the piano and at the age of 16 was pianist at the Bijou theatre. He enlisted when World War 1 was declared and served in the medical corps at Fort Leavenworth, Kans., always hoping he would be sent overseas. He was sent to Chicago, 111., for several months before being mustered out. There he had time to attend a mortician school and received his diploma as a fully licensed practitioner. When on a visit here one time, the late Warren Laird tried to persuade him to become a partner. While in Chicago Edwin became acquainted with a girl from Mississippi who had completed nurses training at Cook "ounty hospital and was taking work in the study of child welfare and baby feeding. After his severence from the army, they were nrarried and went to Wichita, Kans., where he played in >* theatre and she continued her work. A better offer Was given him at Houston and they moved there and instead of theatre work, he became pipe organist in a church. Two daughters were born to them, Mary (Mrs. Leonard Rubenstein) of State College, Pa., and Frances (Mrs. Robert Zsoh- appel) of Austin, Tex. Her husband is a doctor. There are five grandchildren. An uncle, Charley Simpa, very aged, lives at Mapleton. Edwin's brother Dr. Gerald Cady of Mason City died several years ago and his children, are Dr. Jerry Cady, of San Diego, Patrick, of San Francisco, and Jean (Mrs. Murray Lawson) and two children of Mason City. Dr. Gerald Cady's widow Julia also lives at Mason City. The funeral date had not been determined when Mrs.- Cady phoned Evelyn, much depending on plane reservations from State College. , Because of his annual visits here over the years, and because of having many times been guest organist at the Methodist and Congregational churches, he will be well remembered. RETIREE — Miss Ruth Geth- mp.nn, New Hampton, is retiring after 48M- years in the teaching profession in Iowa. 41 for those years Miss Gethmann taught in New Hampton. Part of crowd at Barbecue Clarence. Yager: Mr. "arvd Mrs. Emil Weisbrodj Mr. and Mfs< ft* bert Krause and family, all of Fehton. The Ohls were house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dodds for two weeks, leaving for California Wednesday. The David Wels- brods also were guests of the Dodds for several days before returning to Colorado. THIS PICTURE was taken just as the serving began at the third annual Kossuth County fair barbecue held Thursday, Aug. 18. The photo, facing northeast, was taken from the roof of the grandstand and shows hundreds of hungry persons standing in the long lines which moved speedily, enabling some 10,962 to be served. Photo by Mike Stillman. Improvements are ready at Burl school Burt — School will open on Aug. 29 for a full day of classes. Richard Campney has agreed to accept the position as science teacher for this year to help the Men's and Boys 1 Heavy Duty Gym Shoes SHOES OXFORDS Sturdy cotton duck uppers are extra firmly woven for greater strength and wear. Extra durable molded rubber outsoles for longer wear. Thick cushion insoles and bumper toe guards give greater protection. Two ventilating eyelets keep feet cool and dry. Machine washable. The uppers are permanently bonded to the soles. Men's sizes 6V.-11; boys' 21/2-6; youths'11-2. high tennis shoes Heavy duty! Weshablel Thick cushion insoles, suction cup rubber sole*, vented arch. Men's $Va- 11; boys' 2V2-6; white. women's taper-toe tennis oxfords Fine quality taper toe tennis in bUck or white canvas duck, Comfortable, long wearing, machine washable. 4 to 10, narrow, medium. Men's and Boys' in white round toe 2 99 lUPGIT-PRICIP AIHKTIC NEEDS CHARGE IT art SAVE, loo,.. al $(L GYM TRUNKS. Men's and boys' cotton boxer style trunks with elastic waist. White in si*es ?4 to 34 96c ATHLETIC SOCKS. Highly absorbent 75% cotton, 25% wool. Nylon reinforced heel and toe. White. Sites 10 to 13 49c ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS, S»ur- dy elastic. Sizes small, medium, l*rge »1.00 school as there is a serious shortage of teachers. Many improvements have been made during vacation. Several old trees were removed, new cement walks poured and landscaping done. Floors have been sanded and refinished. A major project was remodeling and paneling of the rest rooms. The lunch room has been improved and new tables, which can be folded and wheeled into other parts of the building, have been purchased. The Burt Woman's club wilt plant new trees on the school ground. ELECTION IS DATED School board election will be held at Burt town hall Sept. 12 from noon to 7 p.m. The term of two directors expires — Ronald Gardner and Ronald Jurgens. Mr. Jurgens has been, director since Rev. Scheer moved to Wisconsin. Nomination papers should be filed with the secretary, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, before noon Sept. 2. Dorothy McFarland. The nominating committee and yearbook committee are to be chosen. L. W. M. L. Fall Rally will be at West Bend Sept. 28. The Good Will Industries truck will pick up Good Will bags on Aug. 31. Contact Mrs. J. L. Miller if you need empty bags. Guests Tuesday of Mrs. Art Leason were Mrs. June Lynn and daughters Vicki and Patty, and Mrs. Leona Ollom, South St. Paul, and Mrs. Mildred Sorenson, Algona. The Paul Clausens and 6 children, Minneapolis, came Monday, guests of Alvina Hasse. On Wednesday the Clausens visited at Mallard at the Ferdinand Clausen .home and then went to Iowa City to visit Ruth Hasse who is up and walking with a cane. Debbie and Scott Clausen stayed here while they are in Mallard and Iowa City. SOG/ETY HOSTS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Theodore Hutchison was hostess Friday afternoon, to her bridge club. She entertained the croup first for luncheon at the Johnson House and afterwards tit her home. Mrs. J. D. Lowe was a guest. AIRMAN — Lt. (j.g.) James Drew, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Drew of Waukon, is bade in the U. S. after flying 140 missions over Viet Nam. Drew has received 12 decorations including 10 air medals for his military service overseas. He is now assigned to Miramar Naval Air Station in San Diego where he will be an instructor for new aviation students. TROPHIES — Mark Hinners son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hinners, Lake City, had a remark able first year in 4-H work. He was \rinner of three trophies at the Horse & Pony Show in Cal- hoiiti County recently when he showed his two-year old pony in contests there. HAIL STORM — Early this month a storm in the Lake Mills area brought damaging hail as targe as eggs and cut a path at times two to three miles wide. The hail stripped fields of corn of its leaves as well as stripping soybean fields. FIRE — Early one Sunday morning fire destroyed the 85- year old Fairview Congregational Christian Church south of Stuart. It was struck by lightning. WANTED Departmental salt* girl. Preferably 25 to 50. Must have some knowledge of tewing. Apply in person. ; BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN 68-ifn Mrs. Hugh Young, Osage, and the R. J. De Le Hunts, Hagerstrom, Md., are guests at O. H. Graham's this week. Afternoon guests Aug. 24 of Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton were Gencvieve , Graham, Elva Boettcher, Thecla Chri&tensen, Nellie Young, and ; Mercedes De Le Hunt, and ^Liffiafr Fredrickson. Luella McWhorter, Lefie Me- Mullen, Elva Boettcher, Thecla Christensen, Lillian Fredrickson visited Aug. 25 with Mrs. Elsie Winter in Arnolds Park. Mrs. Ella Sigsbee and Mrs. Loretta Waltnian visited Aug. 24 in Clarion at Harry Hobson's. The Carl'Brandihes and Joe Lubinskis, Milwaukee, Wis., were guests last week at F. C, Soderberg's. Th'e Jake Smiths, Dale Bixlers, Willmette, 111., and Mearl Bix- lersi Clarence, are on a vacation in Hawaii. Vicki Westling visited Sunday thru Wednesday in Barnum at Clarence Westling's. The Raymond Westlings and Vern Ship- lers were evening guests Wednesday and brought Vicki home. Walter Steward was taken by ambulance at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 25 to Mercy hospital in Mason City. He has been having trouble breathing lately. Mrs. Steward and Karen went by car to Mason City to be with him. Birthday Circle will meet on Sept. 1 with Mrs. Ella Sigsbee. The club had vacation in July and August. A committee met Aug. 23 to plan the program for the O. E. S. Past Matrons club. The first meeting will be held Sept. 9 at I the home of Beth Miller, assisted by Ruby Hinckley and Lillian Meinzer. Roll call is a bargain that wasn't. The program is by Trella Patterson and Millie Klamp. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet Sept. 1 at the church. Hostesses are Dorothy Marlow, Ella Meyer and Marietta Boderius. Market basket is by Florence Koestler. Lilly Bleioh, SERVICEMEN COMPLETES COURSE Fort Carson, Colo. (AHTNC) — Army Private Richard C. Schneider, 25, son of the William F. Schneiders, Algona, completed a radio teletype operation course at Fort Carson* Colo., Aug. 15. He., received instruction in the operation of radio transmitting and receiving sets by voice and Morse code. SPECIALIST COURSE Fort Gordon, Ga. (AHTNC) — Army Private Richard W. Heinen, 23, son of the Charles F. Heinens, Algona, completed a 12 week communication center specialist course at the Army South eastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga., Aug. 19. During his training, he learned to operate teletype sets and other communications equipment. MUSEUM — Ralph Kanne berg, DeWitt, has been collecting fossils, shells, bones and other articles since about 1932 and has a true "homemade" museum in his basement. STARLITE TONIGHT A TUESDAY HOLD LUNCHEON-SHOWER A lovely luncheon and shower was given at the Country Club Tuesday in honor of Miss Alice Kresensky whose wedding in Austin, Tex., will be an event of Sept. 3. The unique menu consisted of three varieties of salad, each encased in its own lettuce cup, accompanied by an assortment of hot rolls. A frosty creme de menthe dessert added a final summery touch. Tiny nut cups carried out the honoree's colors with a swirl of blue or green net topped by miniature lilies of the valley. The gift table for the bride-to-be was beautifully appointed with an imported lace table cloth centered with a little bride doll. Mrs. James Chapman of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Richard Thoreson assisted with the opening of the gifts. Hostesses for the courtesy were Mrs. H. F. Fristedt, Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Mrs. Roy McMahon, Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. Wade Sullivan. HOLD FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds entertained some 50 people Sunday, Aug. 14, at a family reunion at their home. Those present from out of town included Mr. and Mrs. Don Ohl and family, Long Beach, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. David Weisbrod and family, Denver; Dr. and Mrs. Mike McGovern and children, Latuner, la.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGovern, Riceville, la.; Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Kern, Estherville; Charles Kern, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mr. and Mrs. MARKETS Market prices paid en Wednesday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.29 out 1.33 No. 2 White Oats (38 Ibs.) - - in 67c out 71c No. 1 Soybeans (new) : $3.00 Whittemore Go-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH BVEN e* CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance GO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Call 2954614 Closed Saturday afternoon during summer months. SECOND FEATURE W»KI (Until TODAY - TUIS.—WED. MAT. 2 p.m. - NIGHT 8 p.m. ALGONA PARAMOUNT PICTURES 1$ PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN Of THE GREATEST PICTURE OF ULTNKI ALGON Thursday Through Saturday, Sept. 1-J-J Roddy McDowell — Tuesday Weld In "LOVE LORD A DUCK" —PLUS— "JOHNNY RENO" Sunday Through Wednesday. Sept 4-I-4-7 Doris Day — Arthur Godfrey "The Glass Bottom Boat" Thursday Through Saturday, Sept. ••••10 "INCIDENT AT PHANTOM HILL" —PLUS — "DON'T WORRY WE'LL THINK OF A TITLE" Sunday Through Wednesday, Sept. 11-12-13-14 "Battle of the Bulge" Thursday Through Saturday, Sept. 1S-U-17 Sophia loren — Paul Newman In "Lady L" Sunday Through Wednesday, Sept. "The Russians Are Coming" Thursday Through Saturday, Sept. 22-21-14 "PSYCHOPATH" — PLUS— "JNP BEST SECRET AGENT" Sunday Thr«ugh Wednesday, Sept. «Vl«-2'-?l Cory Croat — S««antha Eggar in "Walk Don't Run" Thursday Through Saturday, Sept. 29-39, Oct. 1 Kirk Povglos "HEROES OF TELEMARK" — PLUS— "WHERE THE SPIES ARf" SEPT. 1966 DRIVE-IN THEATRE /xiONA , IQW/V Wednesday Through Saturday, Aug. 24-2S-2o-27 James Stacy in "Swingin' Summer" PLUS "Thunder In Dixie" Sunday Through Tuesday, Aug. 2l-2*-JO lurt Lancastar — Lea Remlck In "Hallelujah Trail" — PLUS Jock Lemmon in "How To Murder Your Wife" Wednesday Through Saturday, Aug. 31 Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" PLUS Sean Cannery in "Mamie" Sept. 1-2-3 Sunday Through Tuetday, Sept. 4-5-4 Paul Ford — Connie Stevens in "Never Too Late" — PLUS John Wayne In "Circus World" Wednesday Through Saturday, Sept. 7-l-V-lO lee Marvin ^- Jaae Fonda in "Cat Ballou" PLUS D«M Martin in "The Silencers" SPECIAL tATi SHOW SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 "Udy In A Cage" Sunday Through Wednesday, Sept. 11-12-13.14 Albert Finney in "Tom Jones" PLUS i Shirley Moflaine — Jack Lemmon in "Irma La Douce" Thur«d«y Ttovvb Sunday, Sept. U-14-17-H Title T*> Be Announced Later Plu» Jerry lewis in "The Cfcildy" SHOW STARTS AT (HJSK *~ ** "** "" "" COMB OUT EARI* AW IWOY HOMEMADE PIZZA

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