Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 17
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I 10 - 20 • SO Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma L«a DeSm January 4, 195S Pictured on the front page was the first baby born in 1955 at St, Ann hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, Burt. The infant, a girl, had not been named yet. Incorporation papers for the "Kossuth County Broadcasting Co., Inc." were approved by Melyin Synhorst, secretary of state, in Des Moines Monday. Nothing is known locally about the firm, which was authorized to issue $50,000 in stock. The Advance contacted the president of the company in Minnesota and was told the prospects for a station here are still indefinite. Two more of Margaret Our- ant's poems have made Harlan , Miller's Over the Coffee column!™ 0 in the Des Moines register. The poems which appeared were Multiple Santa, 1954, and Secret Santa of Long Ago. Last fall a program in distributive education was begun in the Algona high school. Eight students are enrolled in the course which consists of a class in retailing taught at school and Carlson is atsd paying 10 percent for the Lakota Farmers & Drovers and 15 percent for the Lakota Citizens Sayings. The former has now paid 50 percent and the Citizens Savings 40 percent. The day before Christmas was much bigger day in receipts at the state liquor store here than New Year's Eve. It is believed that many of the pre-Christmas sales were gifts. Manager Tom Sherman is often asked whether liquor can be given away, and he always replies, "As long as I don't know it." Under the law the gift problem is clouded, but it is believed that gifts to persons who would be entitled to buy liquor would not be questioned. Open house at Fenton for Arno Juhls Fenton — There were 160 registered for open house for the Arno Juhls 25th wedding Sunday at the Depew Lutheran church. Wayne Smith presided at the program. Bethene and Terry sang solos, and Nancella, Lonnie and Ricky Smith sang a Kenneth Evenson and Charles Naig reminisced about he Juhls, and Pastor Oliver Johnson spoke. Josephine Naig and Arno Juhl were married Dec. 30, 1939, in Emmetsburg and attendants were Mrs. Kenneth Evenson, Mason City, and Allen Juhl, Waseca, Minn., who were present Sunday. Dining room hostess was Mrs. Theodore actual selling experience in a retail store. It is a cooperative undertaking between the school and the local businessmen to give 'those . students, interested in retailing, more vocational training than would be possible by the school alone. Members of the first class were: Marilyn Kearney, Marilyn Jasperson, Jean Capesius, Marg Mittag, Richard Shipler, Betty Pierce, Jane Adams, and Judy Sorenson. # * # January 9, 1945 issue 3feyef, Oetweta; ferry, Lincoln, and Dawsen and Bethene, home and (wo gfattdsotiSj Scott and Darrin breyer. TEACHER RESIGNS A special meeting of Sentral Dornmunity school board was leld Tuesday when the resignation of Dean Knudson as physical education director was accepted. Knudson is taking a job as a farm manager' hear Sioux Falls, S. D., and the family moved Dec. 31. The school board is looking for a qualified person to fill the Vacancy to begin the second semester, Jan. 18. Knudson taught physical education in grades 3-6 at Fenton and Lone Rock, and 7-12 at Sentral. The Knudsons lived on a farm near Fenton for a year and a half while he taught here. Sunday guests at Lester Weisbrod's were the Louis Beckers, Ashton, the Herman Strueckers, Fairmont, visited the William Eimers Wednesday. Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn went to Rochester Monday and entered the hospital Tuesday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and the Gilbert Bleck- wenns. The Noel Westlinds, Devils Lake, N. D., were guests Tuesday to Sunday of her parents the Kenneth Halversons. Other New Years guests of the Halver- sons were the Elmer Lees and Wanda Coltved, Estherville. The Frank McFalls returned Wednesday after a week at their daughter • the Herbert Weiskes, Dedar Rapids. They stayed with ;heir grandchildren so the Weiskes could attend the funer- Palls. The fcbelf MillefS were guests Sunday of the Melviti ftlcklefs for Larry's llth birthday. Mrs. Wiliafd Menz, Lynn and David, were Thursday visitors at Frank McFall's. Lynn, in the National Guard, returned to Fort Sill, Okta., after a furlough over the holidays. The Curtis Luras were guests at a family dinner at Harvey Higgen's, Crystal Lake, Sunday. The Paul Winters, Buffalo Center, were Wednesday guests of the Roelf Millers. The Emil Bierstedts had as New Years guests Pastor and Mrs. Rex Spicer, the Richard Sailzers, Blue Island, 111., and the James Meyers. Sunday guests of the Albert Veafs guests of the Merman Gades. The Floyd Duncans, Eldon Duncans and Kenneth Krauscs attended the funeral of Emil Person Monday at Lone Rock. He was the father of Mrs. Krause and a brother-in-law of Mt-s. Floyd Duncan. New Years guests of the Mcr- vin Jentzes were the Fred Gric- nerts, Larry Alts and Marilyn, Gene Lockwood, Stan Berglands, Gus Bierstedt, the Harry Alls and Theresa Farrell, Algona, and Mrs. Eugene LaMaac and children, Windom, Minn. The Chris Haases were last [Wednesday guests of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. Saturday guests were the Wilfred Laabs family. The Ray Tietzcs, Spirit Lake, Mitchells were the Harlan Baus- spent Thursday and Friday with The front page of this of the Advance had six news items on local servicemen: Mike Matern cited for bravery on Nazi front; details of loss of Mell Peterson's.,ship in. Jap sea battle; Frank Moore, husband of Algona girl, dies in Nazi attack; Burt army pilot talks from base on home radios, (Capt. Ronald Elvidge); Combat badge for Captain Higgins; and pictured, S Sgt. John E. Hopkins in France as a motor sergeant with the llth evacuation hospital. At a regional meeting of supervisors and other county officials in Mason City, the supervisors voted against building up the State hospitals in favor of using county homes for incompetents. The youth center, "Dry Dock", will be closed February 1, when the building will be occupied by the Home and Auto Supply Co. Nurse Kathleen Evans left Saturday for Chicago, where she will be on general staff duty at the Chicago university lying-in hospital. Thanks were expressed to the Modern Dry Cleaners, the Elk Cleaners, and the Algona Laundry for delivering Red Cross supplies to branch chapters in the county and returning them after made up. The service was given without charge. Five rooms were being rented to ac- comodate the Red Cross departments. * * «• January 3, 1935 1200 people inspected the new Ford V-8 at the Kent Garage. It is more streamlined than the 1934 model, and is longer and more roomy. The back seat is now in front of the rear axle, which eliminates road shocks. The instrument panel has two added features, and provision is made for a radio without using the glove compartment, which opens from the instrument panel, There is an attractive grid arrangement of ventilators in the engine hood. Inquiries for 1933 corn fit for seed purposes have been received at the Farm Bureau office. Some are from farmers in south, central, and southern Iowa, others from seed houses, recently one from a government agency. Farmers who have 1933 old corn suitable for seed to sell were to report to County Agent Bonnstetter. Floyd Boo 1 *, of St. Academy, was picked for left halfback on the second all-state team by Jobji O'Donnell, Davenport sports editor and secretary of the Iowa Catholic high school Athletic assn. W. f, Carlson, Fenton State bank examiner, Is paying a 10 percent dividend- The bank now h&s jp,ai4 depositors 65 percent. Naig, and in charge of the gifts was Mrs. Tommy Hamelton. Mrs. Kenneth Evenson and Mrs. Allen Juhl poured, and Mrs. David Dreyer and Mrs. Terry Juhl cut the cake. Assisting in the kitchen were Mesdames Charles Naig, Leroy Naig, Richard Naig, Robert Naig, Gaylord Naig, Wayne Smith and Allen Fanning. Following the open house a family dinner for 60 was served by Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Marvin Luedtke and Mrs. Edith Havenga at the Juhl home. Attending from a distance were the Edward Moores and Jerry Moores, Maple Island; the Dave Williams and Raymond, Waltham; the Hein Olderts, Albert Lea; the Wayne Moores, Medford; and the Allen Juhls, Waseca; and Pastor and Mrs. Johnson, the Harold Wehrspans, and the Frank Dreyers. The Juhls have four children, Judy, Mrs. David al of Mr. Weiske's grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Ollum, Burt. While n the area they stayed with the Wendell Rusches. The McFalls also visited Orin McFall at Marion. The Richard Stuckis and Linda Ramus were guests of the Marion Stuckis. The Eldon Duncans and Floyd Duncans were guests of the Burt. James last Sunday Henry Smiths, Weisbrod with his parents, was the home Lester Weisbrods for Christmas and the weekend, and returned to St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Sunday. The Glen Holtorfs, Mesa, Ariz., came Saturday bringing Marlyn Steinberger and Wayne Stoeber. Marlyn, senior at Sentral, had spent the holidays in Arizona with them. Wayne had visited in Mesa with his grandparents, the W. E. Stoebers, several days. The W. R. Wolfes were January guests of the Frank Mc- tines, and Alice Skaar, Minneapolis, the Chester Skaars, and sons, Primghar, and the Richard Underwoods. The Wendell Rusches were New Years Eve guests of the Frank McFalls. The Rusches had just returned from the Vernon Finnestad's, St. James, Minnesota, where Margo had spent several days. The Roelf Millers spent the Christmas weekend with the Carl Veers Jr., Rochester, Minn. The Richard Sailzers, Blue Island, 111., were Wednesday to Sunday guests of the Rex Spicers. The Depew A.L.C.W. met Thursday. Pastor Johnson had the opening devotions and Mrs. Walt Fischer had the lesson. Mrs. Melvin England had the cause of the Month. Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Finnestad and Mrs. Kenneth Cody. The Dr. E. W. Ruskes spent New Years with her brother, the Irvin Olsons, Spencer. The Charles Newels were' guests last week of the Richard! McCartys, Hartley. They returned Thursday. New Years guests at Frank Thilges' were the Arnold Niel- sens, Arnold Laabses and John Fuhrs. The Marcell Sorensons, Blue Earth, visited Dec. 28 with Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. The Sorensons, Mrs. Arnold Laabs, and Amanda Schutt attended the 40th anniversary of the Leo Kinnetzes, Emmetsburg that day. The James Meyers had eight couples Tuesday for cards. Guests were the Stan Berklands, Donald Hainzingers, Burnett Heines, Norman Bollingers, Roger Frinks, Donald Priebes, Larry Ramuses and Richard Stuckis.' Christmas Eve guests at Arnold Laabs' were the John Fuhrs and Frank Thilges family. The Larry Gades were New cent, guests the Walter Vatidts, Mrs. 6. tt. Wersphan, Mrs. August Vaudt, Whittemore, the John Streuckers, and Lorenz Gades, Whittemore. Mrs. Norman (Edna) Thompson, San Bernadino, Calif., was a recent guest of the Curtis 01- sens. She spent Christmas with their daughter, the Kenneth Campbells, Barnes City, and .visited in the Cylinder area. Marilyn Johannesen and a friend, Jay Nolander, Milwaukee, Wis., and Carol Johannesen, Denver, Colo., spent the holidays at Fred Johannesen's. The Marvin Wilbergs, St. Paul, Donald Wilbergs, Minneapolis, and Martin Wilberg, Fenton, were recent guests of the Jerry Wilbergs. Lloyd Wilberg, also Minneapolis, spent Christmas with his father Martin Wilberg. The Curtis Olsens were New Years guests of their daughter the Everett Zitterichs, Terrill. The Ole Pedersens, Fenton, were New Years guests of the Charles Beavers. The Art Bergums had as guests New Years the Tver Ber- gums, Mrs. Julia Petticorcl, Ray boys born Dec. 29 to the Larry Bergum and boys, and the Lloyd Menzes, Swisher. They weighed Eichenbergers, Lakota. Mrs. Ray four and five pounds each and Bergum remained with their were born at an Iowa City hos-j daughter, Janice, who was ill. Moines. The Everett Withams, Elmer Withams, and Ralph Drinans, Armstrong, were New Years guests of the Harry Yungebergs, Algona. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE ALGONA flown) ADVANCE- THURSDAY, JAN, 7, 1965 he John Gramenzes. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft The Clarence grandparents of Menzes identical are twin 100 — Frank Elsworth Ethel observed his 100th birthday in Mechanicsville early in Decem- be. Included among hi$ well' wishers by cards and greetings was Pros. Johnson. pital. Jeanne Breesc had as guests Wednesday former high school classmates, Shirley Ann Sullivan, Shirley Osborn, Mary Hantelman and Judy Luedtke. The Calvin Vaudts had as re- Tlic Everett Withams attended the funeral of Ralph Miller, at Algona, Dec. 30. Holiday guests at Everett Witham's included their daughter, the Robert Thiels, Sioux Falls, and Pete Helmers family, Des 'Time" can be important in settling insurance claims. Your local independent agent makes it his business to do this in the shortest possible time. Promptness is a must al Bohannon Insurance Service, BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE FARM SALE As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell the following personal property on the farm located from the junction of 169 and 18 north of Algona, 2 miles West to Hobarton blacktop, B'/a South; from West Bend, 8 East and 1 North; from Bode, 7 North on blacktop; from Kollasch station, 3 J /2 West, 1 North, on SATURDAY, JANUARY. 9 SALE BEGINS AT 1 O'CLOCK—UTHOF LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS—FREE COFFEE + MACHINERY + 1951 MASSEY HARRIS 44, NEW REAR TIRES, WITH FLUID, OVERSIZED SLEEVES AND PISTONS, A-l SHAPE, HYD. SYSTEM, 2-WAY MASSEY HARRIS 4-ROW CULTIVATOR ALLIS-CHALMERS WC WITH FARMHAND LOADER AND STACKER, TO BE SOLD AS UNIT; 11-28 CHAINS MM COMBINE NO. 69, PTO, A-l MM WHEEL TANDEM DISC, 14 FT., 2 YEARS OLD, 2 HYD. CYL. KELLY RYAN ELEVATOR, 40 FT., PTO SPEED JACK OLIVER DRAG, 4-SECTION, STEEL EVENER BLACK HAWK CORN PLANTER, WITH DRY FERT. ATTACHMENTS IHC ENDGATE SEEDER. 2 YRS. OLD IHC M TRACTOR, NEW REAR TIRES, WITH FLUID, HIELSER TRANS., OVERSIZED SLEEVES & PISTONS, HYDRAULIC PUMP, A-l SHAPE, WITH WIDE FRONT END AND SINGLE WHEEL OLIVER PLOW, 3-13" RAYDEX BOTTOMS MM PLOW, 3-14", HYDRAULIC NEW IDEA MOWER, 7 FT., MOUNTED, 2 YRS. OLD, WITH WINDROWER IHC CORNPICKER, 2M, MOUNTINGS FOR M WITH FENDERS A SUPER SNOOT NEW IDEA NO. 12 MANURE SPREADER JD SPRINGTOOTH, 6 SECTION, STEEL EVENER FRONT END MOUNTED SPRAYER WITH PUMP, BARRELS AND DROPS 2 — John Deere Running Gears No. 943, new tires, like new, with JD 5-ton Heists, 6 x 12 Barge Boxes 2-Wheel Trailer with Steel Box Loading Chute, on rubber WAGONS • Rubber Tired Running Straight Box t) Steel Wheel Running Gear with Straight Box with BUILDINGS 12 x 16 BROODER HOUSE 12 x 16 HOG HOUSE 10 x 12 TOOL SHOP 12 n 16 HOG HOUSE 12 x II SHELTER WALK-IN HOG FEEDER MISCELLANEOUS Wisconsin Engine off MM Combine; 150 Steel Pests; Weed 500 Ib. Chicken Feeder*, 300 Ib. Chicken Feeder, et«.; 2 *=• 350 Gal. Water Tanks, with byilt in hog waterers, en skids; 400 Gal. Water Tank en ?-Whet I Trailer; Weed Gravel Bex; 270 Gal. Fuel Barrel with Stand; 30 Gal. Oil Barrel and Stand; Post Vise; Used Lumber; 9 RelU of good Woven Wire; 15 By. Pride of tht Farm Hog Ftt&r; *5 By. 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