Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 7, 1966
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4-ALdOfM (!•**) ADVANCI .- MONDAY, NOV. 7, 20 so Years >4go By Molly MaeDenald A weekly feature of ( by-gone days November 1, 1956 The banner headline read "Suez War Could Affect Election." The story advanced the theory that the invasion of the Suez Canal area the day before by Britain and Fr?xice would probably enhance the chances for -Eisenhower's reelection. The Aigona high school foot' ball tsam finished out its. worst season in half a century with a 78-0 pasting at the hands of Humboldt. The local gridders to visit with Helen Comfort, Oftawa, who Was here for the weekeftd, "Mr*, MilbtiM Long entsrtaln- ed Sunday afternoon celebrating her son fcavid's lith: birthday. Guests were picky Becker, Jon Rising, Don Steinrtian, Donnie and Ronnie Blbert, Billy Hutcsh> inson and v Jimmy Reed." ArdU KrtMtuky, • ttudtnt it McMurray cellegc, Jacksonville, 111., «nd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, had been chosen chief of Script for radio mar terial broadcast from the campus radio station. The Aigona high school Bull* dogs Were pictured suited up for the homecoming game. They were; backs Keith Voting, Jerry Skilling, Gary Waldron, Cliff Skogstrom and Howard Stephenson; linemen Jerry Lauriteen, Jim Pentecost, Vaughn Brown, Bob Reilley, Charles Crapser, Ed Rich, Chris Bowen, Delmar Kern and Ted Hutchison. October 29, 1936 "Polls Show Chance for Landon," the headline reads; however, in tho accompanying story the Advance adds tht! qualifying statement, "Cold figures show Industrial group plans meeting Nov. 15 ended the season, without ever|Landon has a chance but Roose- scoring a point, while their opponents averaged over 40 points per gams. , 1 Alec Templeton, famed plan* veil's chances are betar.' In an analysis of the political picture in general, the Advance reports, "Undoubtedly the radio The annual meeting of the Aigona Indus' trial Development Corp. Will be held next Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 6:30 p^rii, at the Aigona Country Club. Prior to this year, the meeting was held after the January Chamber of Commerce ban* quet but the event Will be held separately this 'year. • : . ,./'„ .; President Jack Chrischilles will serve as master of ceremonies for the evening and will report on some of the local industrial expansions. Speaker for the evening will be J. S. Craiger, executive vice president of the Iowa Manufacturers Association,, 'His subject will be '-Propos? ed Legislation and its Possible Affect on Manufacturing and Indutry'r*'"'.:.-, ;:. Nominated to serve as directors are Hurt Harmes, Harry Greenberg, Kirk Hayes, Bill Conn and Jack Chrischilles. ' Other directors who will continue to serve will be Al Agena, George Allen, Dick Cook, Jim Milder, Pat Montagi Jerry Leaneagh, Jack Limbaugh, Murray Mdwers, Dave Smith and Dean Taylor. • - ' ' ••'-'-. •••.•' • •••..-, " ' ' ist, was to be in Aigona the/fpl-'has'.enitered into this election in lowing week to open the com- enormous .degree. Attendance at munity concert series, /fv.) political metifiings of both par- i'Jaek Chrischilles was named ties here h as baen small." president of trie Aigona Coun-' try Club. Dr. Harold Erickson was selected vice president and i i . .*_•' |>ecrefcary-treasurer. .New members were Oscar Metcalf, Al Buchanan, Dr. Ericfcson, Jim JVlilder, Jerry Ferris, Dr. R. K: Richardson and Harold Cowan. .';; Ground brtakmg for tht n«w Bryant school addition and the East Side grado school was expected to get' undisrway within a few days. Meanwhile, Supt. O. B. Laing ann-ouncsd that ; classes would be moved into the new Lucia Wallace addition the next week. Th» Patt Matrons' club celebrated its 25tih anniversary. The first club president, Mrs. B. A, Thorpe had baked a cake for the occuykm. Mrs. D. D. Mocilux, historian of the club and its first secretary, gave a resume of the /group's activities from 1931. Pictured were the new offi- Editor Haro|d V. Clark of the mcroft Register and Mrs. Clark sy month. During October, "they achieved two distinc- for Kossutih Boys ' 4-H Duane Jenssn, Swea-liarrisoui, president; Aaroi A.niliker, Garfield, vice p'readewt; David , -Lotts , Creak, s&cretary- "• Robert Chambers, jprairie, reporter; and Melvin JDe- Geeter, Ramsey, recreational • chairman. I Mrs. Deen Elbert ef.Whitte. :|hore won- a .diamond ring, by registering in -Wiltgen Jewelers' l;2th anniversary event. • November 7, 1946 ' The propose! to bond the county for a $100,000 county hospital was bsaten two., to one By Kossutih- voters in the election the previous Tuesday, Completion of a countywjde $100,000 gift for a Sisters of Mercy hos- 'pital in Algoaa several weeks before was thought to have influenced the size of the county hospital defeat. 'The Sisters' $400,000 hospital was already pertain and mo:t voters, according to the Advance, seemed to think another hospital would be unnecessary, . ..... Other contests in the election included the following county results: Casey Loss defeated Ohas, W, Patterson for state representative; Rosella Voigt defeated Ed Chambers for county 'treasurer, and H. W. Miller won over H. £. ^cNert- ney for county attorney, The other county officials had no opposition; ,. '• Pictured ,were the four Ai- gona high 'school homecoming queen candidates: Joanne Wol- cc'tt, Virginia Scarilan, Delores Buss and Marjorie Dewel. Junior high students in Ai- gona who qualified for the semester's first honor roll were: seventh grade, Mary Susan Eason, Carole Finn, Joanne Kurtz, Madonna McGuire, Nickie Rading, Dianne Sc'hnpp, and Phyllis Schpby; eighth gra,de, Bob Chriftensen, Edd Laing and Fred Langmack. The county garden club elected officers for the coming year: Mrs. R. S. Clark, president; Mrs. Win. C. Daii, vjcs president; Mrs. Henry C. Guderian, secty4reas.; Glen Raney, corresponding secretary. From In Society: "Mrs. Richard Norton is entertaining at a birthday party this afternoon in celebration of her daughter Siri's fourth birthday. The guests are Sue and Charlehe LaBarre, Laneli Simon, Mariaipa Steele, Joa Jioank, Loretta Hall, Marijaue Williams and Tommy Macumber. "Either Quinby, Berth^ Godfrey and H^ttie Wilson entertained at inform^J gatherings Saturday afternoon and evening to give friends an opportunity-' tions, first piarenthood, then ownership of the Register." James Francis Olark was born Oct. 17, and announcement of the sale of the Register plant and^building to the Clarks came the following week. A large ad announced "Night Football Game, Aigona vs. Eagle Groye, Admissio.i 25c and 35c.v /The "old Lindsay farm" seven miles northeast of Bancroft was sold to B. P. Hoist of Boons. The 100 acres went for $11,000. Members of the Burt Presbyterian church welcomed their new pastor and his wife, the Rev and Mrs. Joseph Dpms, formerly of Edgerton, Minn. He succeeded the Rev. S. H. Aten. LUNCHEON GUESTS Mrs. Ted Hcrbst, Mrs. Dean Panrott and Mrs. G- W..Stillmam entertained at a luncheon last Monday in Mrs. Hcrbst's home for Mrs. Roland Oitwald" of Whittempre ,and her mother; Mrs. Owens'of St. LoUis. Mrs.' Owens had h'sen visiting her daughter for a week. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE td vote NbV. 8. Former B«rt man flee In Hichi|an Bort—Paul Lee, 72, a former Burt resident was buried in Burt Township cemetery Thursday. Mrs. Lee died in 1938 while they were living in Burt, Suyivors are a daughter Charlotte, < Mrs. Ralph Carney and a,sort Norm* art. • ' : / ..,;•,'•••'. Funeral services were held at Jarry Funeral Home Thursday. Dirlier services were held in Michigan where he lived. resident ties Whitttmoro — A former Whittefrtbre resident, Mr*. Charles Levercnz of Miihri«apo» lis, died recently, it was learned here; Mrs. Levcrettz is the wife of the former co-owner of "*" rynini^.M^.v, pool hall, Mf. cfenl was ih pjtrtnfrahip Mike Koppen. Mrs. Levett survived by far l Wj ilH Jl is seriously ill, fcnd two •« j .. . . v . ,• ' . fhi Largest PAID elreoUtlofl JAMES S. "SID" CRAIGER Officers for Burl church group Bort—Aid met N0v: : 3 at St. John's Lutheran church. The program Ecumenical Thanksgiving was by Elizabeth Radig assisted by Phyllis Hahna, Dorothy Marlow and Clara Reynolds., Pastor Vehllng had a meditation, stressing Time, Talent anfl Treasurer \. Florencs' Sohrosdc'r gave a report on the L.ltF.S^ Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge; Oct. 18. The Aid will have a! bake sale Nov. 19 at the .Cunningham Tei Room. Officers elected for noxt year are PreiSp. iden-t, June Bierstsdt; vies pres;, Iva Jurgens; secretary, Dprqthy, McFarland; treas., .Florcnia KOTOtler The next me&tiihg will be the Christmas meeting with 5Qc gift evchange and 50c char^ ity donation which will b ; 3 s?nt to Susan Hantslman, a missionary nurse in'Nigeria. - t . , 'T* : T - , If -"' ' : •' The J. L. Miller,, Mrs. Elsie Wimtesr, Mrs. Raymond, Westling, Mrs. Fred Davis and Mrs, Cecil Long spent Nov. 3 in Sioux City on a tour -cjl.-'the Gocfd Ceftter for retarded childreA. The tour starteid at 9:30 a.ni|.l and Was completed at 3 p.m. Dinner was served to 100 on the tour and a short program wajs given in the chapeJ. The handicapped workers were sorting, cleaning and repairing material that had been donated. The blind were making rugs. The.s,e products were taken to their store for sale. The group stopped at Spencer for supper on r^- urn trip. | From the wonderful world of North Central Public Superb Styling in a MONOGRAM vented wall- type furnace • Cdbineti availqblt in either wqod grained vinyl or two-tone Maple and Brown • Twin blowers send warm air circulating throughout your home (aster and more efficiently than a single blower can • Permanent filter... washable; provides clean, dust-free air t Twin cast iron burners assure perfect gas combustion . . . are guaranteed for the lifetime of the furnace • Gives 65,000 BTU's in mild weather, 85,000 in cold weather • Limit switch prevents overheating t Install flush or recessed in the wall CONTACT CEC McGlNNIS OR ROG HOOVER North Central Public Service Co. JO East State Street 5-3484 Burt Girl Scouts selling peanuts Burt-^-Junior Girl Scouts will be selling nuts, roasted p&amn'i- and peanut crunch candy this week. Anyone who has not been contacted by Nov. 10 and wouk like to order candy contact any .Girl 'Scout, Mrs. Russell Patter son, Mrs. George Becker or Mrs ALGONA • ENDS WEDNESDAY MWMMMWYlM't IIOIVTO ALGONA COMING SUNDAY t PRICES. NURESERVEO.SEATS. .- | NOW EVEiYOKE CAN SEE THE MOST LOVERLY mom nmiE or ALL TUMI Wm^M VI w B v A fs* T^ LAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" . "• ' •',"••*' • • '•' ' • LUVERNK * WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH •REN WICK »24 - HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" LET US HELP/ We Feature: • Kohler Fixtures • Gas Conversions • Myers Pumps H E ATIN G OHEEN eaiaidt REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS- REMODELINB R.J.FUNK 119 S. Dodge Aigona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 For. Prompt Tax Relief On i* f f Livestock ami Machinery >,'**" v'i'-i 1 '* • \ : '\ Union NO '.?•*.»,,» t* * ' - •' / ';?'•'- } ,,'*'' * . i • i • r '^.'',' }"'"'': r * ^l, 4 ^ J Frteman Humphrey , Joniuen . -. M" Endorsement •' . ' Time For A Change ; "> YES NO by the $9, 9tBtnl Gomatites, ©•% Seteby,

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