Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 9
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i+MMMMM 10 - 20 - 30 Years Ago By Molly MaeDonald A weekly feature of by-gone days Alqono Ko^uth County BlijjfB^Ji0 mH 0Ht^ttlBm*mmmm**iH*BmlHmmmmmit*u*m*mmiim*t*a**f*' THURSDAY, SEPT. 29,1966 - ALGONA, IOWA Visits with ISU president September 20, 1956 Contracts for the new East Side grade school and the Bryant school addition were to be let the following month as final pur chase of property tor the new school hail just been made. Mrs. I. E. Wortman of Lakota had returned from a group tour of Europe, England and Hussia She was met in London by the Wortman son John who was business manager of the tour. The Old Goat warned his women readers tnat, "This column is written for the ornery little boy that dwells in the soul 01 most men even alter their nan is white, their hearing gone and the gleam in their eye turnett backward toward the past when a gleam meant sometning." The LuVerne Frog Hollow club met in the home of Mrs Jess Jergensen. Mrs. Phil 0. Henderson was co-hostess ai\d Mrs. Jerry Smith was a guest. Hank Furst rolled a 237 for high game of tne week in two bowling leagues at Hawkeye Lanes. Other top scorers were Bill Robinson, Don Peterson and Doc Pfoffer. Patte Hedlund, daughter of the Herb Hedlunds, won the opening Advance football guessing contest, missing only two games. Cecil Schilmoeller was second and Mrs. J. P. bisenius of Whittemore, third. September 26, 1946 A petition was filed with the county auditor asking that the county vote on the issuance ol $100,000 bonds for the erection ol a county hospital. In the meantime, teams of solicitors had started seeking donations to insure the building ot a nospita to DC operated by tne Sisters oi Mercy. The county hospital </r gamzation was headed by Dr John *orb^, Swea City, arid tne Mercy hospital plan oy u E. Linnan, T. C. Huiciunson and A. H. borchardt, Algoma. •••••••Rev. Orin Wesley Brand was named to succeed Ur. N. A. Price as Methodist pastor in Algona. Rev. lirand had been serving as pastor at Sac City lor the previous six years. L>T. Price iiad been made vice president 01 Morningside college, Sioax City. Dr. Pierre Sartor, Titonka, was honored by the Kossutn medical society lor SO years service as a practicing physician, well Dr. Sartor missed out on most oi fee. the recognition dinner however —he was called away to take a patient to the Kpssuth hospital. Pictured were the 20-month- old twin grandsons of Mrs. Ella Chubb and Mrs. Mary Quinn both of Algona. The babies Michael and David, were already old hands at making movies They had begun their Hollywood careers at six months and had appeared in several films, among them "The Green Years." The tots' parents were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chubb, former Algonans. Newly-elected officers of the senior class at Hurt were Stella Rachut, president; Joyce Geilen- felt, vice president; Robert Reib- hoff, secretary-treasurer. week, the M. J. Cunninghams visited him Sept. 25. The Debs Roggensacks, Elka- let Were guests several days at f. C. Sodcrberg's. The Fred Howards and Mrs. Leonard Lovstad, Mason City, went to Des Moines Tuesday. Mrs. Lovstad and Mrs. Howard returned. Mr. Howard will be a patient for sometime at the Vefc eran's hospital. He will go through the clinic and have treatment on his eyes. U & 1 Circle will meet at the Cunningham cafe with hostesses •Elsie and Neoma Junkermeier, ct, 17 instead of the regular date, Tuesday, Oct. 11. Guests for a one o'clock lun- sheon Thursday at Ella Sigsbee's were ' Lottie Isenberger, Millie (lamp and Rose Sigsbee. Vicki ICoestler was home for he weekend. She returned to Cedar Falls Sunday to resume chool. A birthday dinner was held at Verle Elmore's Sept. 24, for Velua Gillespie's birthday. Others >resent were Etta Holdren, Lydia /[anus, Arlene Manus, Anna tfeyer and Norma Puffer. Home Economists Ursori. She tifttitd E«4 *tta. PICTURED IS Wayne Lynch, chairman of the Kossuth County Extension Council, visiting with Dr. Parks (center), president of Iowa State University, at a recent Extension Council Visitation Day. Other Extension Council chairmen in the picture are Ollie Lorch, Osceola county; Charles Fleming, Buena Vista county and far right John Cleveringa, Sioux county. Other Kossuth county council members attend- ing were — Barney Thilges, Riverdale; Lloyd Thorson, Eagle; Vernon Hanselman, LuVerne; Lawrence Lewis, Ledyard; Lowell Underbak- ke, Hebron; Mrs. Robert Dodds, Union; Art Person, Burt; Erwin Eden,:Buffalo; Robert Boleneus, Wesley; Ervin P. : Borchardt, Fenton; and Bob Fortney, Bancroft; Dennis Cumberland, extension assistant and Galen DeValois, county extension director. * Swea Eagle . Mrs. Kenneth Brones The Herman Gabels attended family gathering at Arnold; Park recently. Sandra Gabsl is teaching Eng lish at Wayne State college a Wayne, Neb. this year. I The. Johnie Tobins and Marcia and Kenneth Broneses visite Marjorie Lee Tobtn at Morning side college at Sioux City Sun day for Marjorie Lee's birthday They had a picnic at a park oi PICTURED ABOVE are Margaret Pratt and Carolyn Carlson, the two Extension Home Economists for Kossuth and Palo Altq counties. They began serving Sept. 1. Margaret Pratt is senior home economist and "has served Palo Alto for several years. Carolyn Carlson is a May graduate at Ames in Home Economics Education. Her former home was in Albia. Carolyn is an eight year member of Monroe county 4-H and a past county 4-H president. She was a summer trainee in Warren county in 1965 and has been an extension assistant in Osceola county last summer. They will service the adult Home. Economics program and the 4-H Economics subject matter training in Kossuth. Other staff members in Kossuth are Dennis Cumberland, extension assistant, who will work with organization, for both boys' and girls' 4-H clubs, and Galen DeValois is county extension director. campus, with Marjorie and her grandparents are the .Lyle Blacks roommate, Nancy White, and a friend and college mate, Bennie Grouch, Lone Rock. ' The Maynard Hurlburts have a new granddaughter, Roxanne Gail, born Sept. 6 to the John Blacks (Dolores), The 8 Ib. 10 oz. on her brother, birthday. They daughter, Karen at Ft. Dodge, girl was born Johnie's third have another Kay, 6. Other of Algona, and great-grandparents are Mrs. Elmer Nelson, of Swea City, and the Joa Fliers, of Armstrong. Carmen Larson resumed teaching English' at Manitowoc, Wis. this year. She spent 8 weeks in Europe this summer, and visited in Denmark with relatives of her grandmother, Mrs. Otto Larson. She saw the birthplace of Mrs. air strike, spertd only tw* . , family before returning to towoc. caryi Larsoft fe „ senior year at St. Olaf college, Northfield, Mirtrt/ She is majoring iti music. James Larson is attending the same college ft» * Irestttnan. '• tgiti Homemakers Met With , Mrs, Jim Koons Sept. 27 with Mrs,' Irvin Smith totaling, Tne lesson Oil hair styling W«5 by Mrs. Kenneth, Brones,, and Mrs, Warren Brones. '' , The Maynard Huriburtt Visit* ed their son, the Lee Hurlburts; Fonda, Sunday and .were dinner guests at Reuben Johrtsoit's. The Johnsons are parents of Mrs, Lee Hurlburt. The Maynard Hurt hurts were evening coffee guests at Oral Headrick's, Curlew/ , ; The Merle Lockwoods .were Sunday guests of her parents^ the Emil Bleckwenns for iMichael Lockwood's ninth birthday.. Other guests were great-grandparents, the Ole Petersons, and Mrs. Sophie Bleckwenn, Fenton! The Lynn Durbins, Bagley, were Sunday guests at Glenn Olson's. Paulette Kracht is a freshman at Central college at Pella. "'. The Art Krachts and Walece attended a family picnic Sunday at Reynolds park, Swea City,,for David Kracht, .son of the Ray Krachts, of Riceville. PRACTICE TEACHING ', St. Paul—An Algona senior at the College of St. Catherine has been assigned to do her student teaching at a metropolitan Twin City school during the first semester of the Catholic women's liberal arts college. >&'§> '*$$ •?*!*« ,r'i '$ Open house for 30th wedding held at Burt Burt — Open house was held Sept. 25 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Burt Methodist church for the 30th wedding anniversary of the A. C. Hinckleys. Mrs. Fritz Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn., sister-in-law, register ed 16 from Sioux Falls, Viborg and Watertown, S. D., Owatonna Waldorf, Wells, Walters, Kiester Alden and St. Cloud, Minn.,. Iowa ~1ty, Cedar Rapids, Oelwein Sioux City, Humboldt, Britt West Bend, Whittemore, Lone Rock, Titonka, Rowan, Bclmoad, Algona, St. Ansgar and Burt. Mrs. Henry Prange, Weils, Minn., sister of Mrs, Hinckley, served punch. Mrs. Percy Bartelt, Waldorf, Minn., sister, and Mrs. Merwin Niebnhr, Alden, Minn, niece, cut and served the 4-tiered cake. Mrs. Edyth Saucke, Wells, Minn., sister, poured cof- ;e. Hosts were the children of the A. C. Hinckleys and the Larry Hinckleyes and Cheryl, Oelwein, the Bill Schatzs and Kevin, Cedar Rapids, the Don Thomsens, Michelle and Scott, Iowa City, James Brahms, Sioux City, and Duane Hinckley, Pocahontas. Kitchen hostesses were Janice >chaeller, Esther Hilton, Minera Curtis, Barbara Harms, Gerrude Ackerman, Louise McFar- and, Marlene Davis. Ruby Krohnbarg and Allen linckley were married Sept. 23 936 in Wells, Minn. The double ung ceremony was performed by he late Rev. Win. Granschow Attendants were the Fritz Krohn Thompson at Burt'for football. STORE TO OPEN Ben Anderson, Kanawha, pharmacist and druggist, will open a store in Burt Oct. 1 in the Helen Vogel building west of Bernie's Market. This will be a gift shop, sundry and drupg store. Ivy Waltz will have charge of the store, assisted by Mary Beth Hamilton. September 17, 1936 Work on an annex to the Algona hotel had begun and work on the new Algona post office building in back of the Advance would begin the next week. An Ottosen girl, Edna Leist won a national short story contest conducted by the Dubuque Daily Tribune. The high schoo" sophomore was the daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leist. Algona's population was near ly 4,500 according to estimates from city carrier stops as com piled by Postmaster W. W. Sul livan. This was an increase o about 450 over the 1930 censu figure. Burt was the scene of a base ball game which pitted the AH Stars town team against the Manure Spreaders country teiam The All-Stars won. Algona was scheduled to meet Livcrmore at the athletic field in the first football game of the season. Admission was 35c for adults, 25c for students. "To Mary With Loye" starring Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy was coming to the Call Theatre. "Written in Algona by Richard Sherman, an Algona boy," the ad proclaimed. Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton celebrated thejr golden wedding anniversary with &. recepfoon in bergs and were present at the anniversary. The Hinckleys lived in Wells until 1953 when they came to Burt. There are four grandchil dren. Ride R>nfe NewWave At your dealer's Fortnightly club will meet Sept. 30 with Mrs. Thecla Christensen. The J. P. Stevens and Mrs. Bernadine Opheim, Dawn and John, spent Sept. 25 in Ionia at Jim Steven's. The Paul Del Stroebeles, Long Beach, Calif.^ came Wednesday guests of her sister, Mrs; Lottie Vogel. Mr. Stroebcle was a pa tient several days at St. Ann hospital receiving treatment for tomach ulcers. At Burt Methodist churcl Sept. 25, two babies were bap- ized by Rev. M. C. Davies. Craig Allen son of the Larry Westlings and Nancy Ann, daughter of the Val Gene Westlings. A dinne //as served at the home of tin grandparents, the Raymond iVesthngs. Also guests were grandparents, the Emil Lovstad and Mrs. Larry Westling's grandmother, Mrs. Delia Hill, Sioux Rapids. The Guy Feltons could net be present. Mrs. Ray Dremmel returned from Dubuque Sunday. Mrs. Donald Dremmel is improving. She was injured when she reached for her sunglasses and lost control of her car which hit a telephone pole. She was alone in the car. The Bruce Cranstons visited Claude&n Sept. 25. She attends St. Theresa college in Winona. The M. J. Cunninghams, E. L. Schwietsrts and E. 0. Baileys attended the 45th wedding open house for the Jess Thoresons at Ames Sept. 25 at the home of their daughter. Carl.Mogenson is a patient at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. He had surgery last 1967 Mustang Hardtop- bred first to, be first -Door Hardtop—i sports/luxury cars 1967 FORD LTD 2-Door Hardtop- one of the world's quietest luxury cars DEDICATES HYMNALS Sept. 25 at the Burt Methodist church Rev. M. C. Davies conducted a dedication service for the new hymnals: 25 hymnals, memorial for Albert Valentine; 25, memorial for G. O. McFarland; 40, in honor of the Lance Riebhoffs, given by Lorena and John; 2 given by the Fidelis class; 8 given by Lura Sewick; 3 given by the Jerry Wieners; 2 given by Art Phillips; one given by the Kenneth Cooks; and one given by Terry Cook. SCHOOL EVENTS Supt. Bruce Cranston attended State Line conference at Lakota Sept. 27. Dean James attended a State Line conference for prin cipals at Titonka Sept. 28. The annual Band Festival is at Al gona Saturday. Oct. 4 there will be a teachers in service meeting at Algona all day with no school Homecoming will be Oct. 14 wit! their home. Among the out-of town guests were Harvey Ing ham and Mr. and Mrs. Gardnei Cowles, Des gressman F. Moines, and C. Gilchrist, Con Lau .rens. Mrs. Quartoii wore a floor length blue velvet gown for the occasion. PRINCE REGENT 1 17 je*cls. Waterproof case. Luminous dial. $29.95 MORAINE "A" 17 jewels. Shock'iesistant. }35.95 DEAN'S WATCHES & WATCH REPAIR 1967 Thunderbird Four-Door Landau-one of three all-new Thunderbirds 1967 Fail lane 500 Hardtop-the car that gets sportier and more popuilar every year 18 Fords*. The strongest, quietest, best built Fords in history. Choose from luxurious new LTD's, sporty XL's, stylish Galaxies, Customs and wagons. 3 Mustangs: Bred first ... to be first. All-new hardtop, convertible and fastback 2 + 2. Mustang is longer, wider, sportier than ever. And more than ever designed to be designed by you. 3 Thunderbirds: Unique, exciting, the ultimate in luxury. There are'two new two-door models, and for the first time in history ... an elegant new four-door. 13 Fairlaaes: Big-car roominess and performance in a lean middleweight You can pick from exciting XL's and G'l's, convertibles, smart sedans and wagons. 10 Falcons: Low price and big economy combined with new luxury. Some people even call them short limousines. Choose from classy Sports and Club Coupe, sedans and wagons. Better Ideas from Ford for '67 , . , SelectShiftCruise-O-Matie transmission that shilt> automatically and manually .. . auto- malic door locking...Comfort-Stream Ventilation that lets you close windows, yet be refreshed by a silent flow of air... adjustable Till-Away Steering Wheel . . . automatic ipeed control for foot-free turnpike cruising ... a Magic Doorgate on wagons that swings out for people and down for cargo. And for '67, Ford Motor Company Lifeguard-Design .safety features are standard on all models- Ride Ford's new wave for '67! 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