Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1965 · Page 4
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S/' 4—ALGONA (low*) ADVANCE MONDAY, FEB. 15, 10 • 20 • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Deim Prompt commitment on your plans. We handle payouts as work progresses, •> Borrow up to 80% •> Terms to 25 Years f •> Prepay without Penalty l> Open End Feature INQUIRE TODAY Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. February 15, 1955 Dorothy Gade and John Hell- selh, West Bend, have been awarded the county 4-11 outstanding 4-Squarc Membership awards for 1954. There has been considerable sentiment for opening of Algona stores on Friday nights instead of Saturday nights in thc past few weeks, it was learned this week. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was given a dinner Thursday at Van's Cafe, an observance of her birthday. Only members of the family were guests. Mrs. N. J. Kelley entertained a few friends at a Valentine bridge-luncheon Friday. Prize winners were Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mrs. Joel I-lcrbsl. Karen Alt celebrated her 12th birthday Saturday, and had as guests Kathy Bay, Sharon Bil- ycu, Dorothy Blanchard, Nancy Geilenfeld, Joyce Reibhoff, Barbara Reinders and Sharon Scott. The Bel Canto club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E. C. McMahon. A Valentine theme was used for thc musical program of piano-organ arrangements played by Mesdamcs Vernon Jensen and George Sefrit. Mrs. Nick Fabrizio sang a group of love songs. Brenda Sjoflren, Rickie Slobe and Brian LaBarre all have thc chicken pox. Pictured was Lament A. Wellendorf, son of the Lloyd Wel- lendorfs, who had completed the basic phase of his jet fighter pilot training and has received his pilot's wings and a commission in the Air Force. February 13, 1945 Algona fattened its season's basketball record by adding the tenth straight win of the season Friday night at the expense of Eagle Grove 'on- Uhe Eaglets' home; court, f*~';•;*•••• , . . .'»••. Several Algonans fell on the ice. Rosalie Swanson, daughter of the C. H. Swansons, fell on Thursday breaking her glasses I and cut her forehead to the bone., Mrs. Leora St. John suffered a bruised hip; Dr. P. V. Janse suffered back injuries; District Court Clerk, Helen White fell on the post office steps and suffered a wrenched back. Mrs. Betty Scanlan Halpin left Sunday night for Topeka, Kans. to be with her husband who was woundod in action last October, and is now a hospital patient there. Mr*. Mary Sands, of the county treasurer's office, will spend next weekend at St. James/ Minn., where she will get acquainted with her new grandson, James Russell, son of the Verner Sands. Cpl E. J. lender arrived Friday from Camp Blanding, Fla. enroute to a camp of embarka- tion for which he left last night. He is married, and his wife is the former Gall Potter; thefe are two* children. the Garden Club met in the high school building last week Monday, Mrs. Win. C. Dau, new president, presiding, with Mrs, Harry Holmes as secretary protein. Roll call was on biggest gardening mistakes. Jimmy, son of the Bill Finn*, celebrated his first birthday Wednesday. He had a birthday cake, and his mother enlcrlain- od in his honor. Gucsls were Tommy and Marcia Anderson, Jimmy Anderson, Dolores Thompson and Ihcir mothers; also Mesdamcs Annabelle Behl- mcr, Norman Crawford and R. L. Beamish. —0— February 14, 1935 After 21 hours of hopeless deadlock, a jury which was trying Samuel Wilds, North Ender, on a charge of robbery with aggravation, was discharged at noon yesterday by Judge DeLand. It is reported that the voting stood eight for release and four for conviction, and that thc four for conviction were all women (eight out of twelve jurors were women). High prices asked by owners of bottom land in Union Slough were credited with defeat of a projected federal game refuge Ihei-e which would have covered some 3500 acres. Some farmers wanted up to $150 an acre for land which is slough bottom peat soil covered with water part of Ihc ycar and producing only a swamp grass and frogs. Richard Hauptman was declared guilty of the murder and kidnaping of the Lindberg baby it was announced over the radio at 9:45 last night, Thc verdict was first degree, and he was sentenced to die. The old normal college building is now no more. In the last week it has been torn down and today nothing but wreckage remains, most of which has already been hauled away in the cleaning up for the new Dau garage. Five Algona bowlers took part Sunday afternoon in the state bowling contests at Mason City. The team from Algona consisted of Channing Dailey, Kenneth Roney, Jesse Schmidt, E. J. Butler, and Henry Johannsen. They bowled three games with a total of 2523. They ranked eighth in the slate. Richard Keen, Marjorie Phillips, Barbara Haggard, Richard Norton, Helen Schultz, Mary Louise GUmpre, ,an,d,,.N9rine Grci ner .^Qokwpa^ia^a^ehate.. tournament last Thursday 1 ; for pupils taking debatr work for the first year. Evelyn Wallers selecled Barbara Haggard as Ihe mosl oulslanding firsl-year de- baler. enlfl, the Clarence Jurgehsetts. The Don Hampes left tot i few weegs in Florida. ' * ', The Clarence Jufgensens at* tended the 45th anniversary of thc Ed Lenzes at the LuthetBtt, church at Livermore Sunday,, The Elwood Gearys had 4 Cables for 500 Saturday evening, H.O.M.E. club met Wednesday with Mrs. Jim Dcvine. Textile painting was thc project. Thc Merle Oxlcys, Storm Lake, and John Oxleys were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Harold Oxley, Thc Wayne Barrs, Grand Meadows, Minn., Mrs. Archie Diet trick and Mrs. Raymond Die* trick, Dexter, Minn., were Sunday guests at Dale Johnson's. Mike William, sludenl at Mason City Junior college, spent Ihe weekend wilh his parents, Ihe Lee Williams. Thc James Clabaughs, Eldpra, and Bruce McCullough, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at Oral McCuIlough's. J a n e 11 e, Kurk and Kevin stayed with their grandparents while their parents went to Cherokee on business. David Hauswirth, Doughty, spent the weekend with his parents, the Charpel Hauswirths. A group of women had a coffee Salurday at John Oxley's for February birthdays. The Charpel Hauswirth -will have their 25th wedding at their farm home Sunday, Feb. 21. Open house will be held from 2 to 4:30 and 5 lo 7 in Ihe evening. Wednesday guestu al Arthur Scheffleman's for their 45th anniversary were the Ernest Kramers and Paul Kirchgatler. Evening callers were Ihe D. P. Mc- Enlaffers, Brill, Marvin Schef- flemans. The Fred E. Marks family, Springfield, 111., have arrived to 1 make Iheir home here and are' slaying wilh his parents, the Fred Marks, and brother, the Richard Marks. After March 1 they will live on the farm south of Corwith presently occupied by thc Clayton Smiths. The Georage Krauses will have their 25th wedding Sunday, Feb. 21 from 1:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon al Iheir farm home. Their three children are hosts. The Charles Browns, Mason City, Warren Lenzes and Mrs. Viola Brown were Sunday guests at Harold Brown's. Mrs. Victor Fisher and the Matt Beeches, LuVerne, went to West Brook, Minn., for the funeral of the women's c6usin, Peter Lanners. Cindy Bilbrey, employed in Fort Dodge, spenl Ihe weekend wilh Ihe Earl Gjersleds. The Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday -at (St. • Mary^isectory, President has the world's fastest and most reliable coffimufti* 'cations available. Guests of the Mike Ar fldof fefs were their daughters, Alice, at fcriaf Cliff, Sioux City, and At< lene, Chicago. Ronald Gransa, Chicago, was also a guest. Saturday guests at John Ox* ley's were the George Glawes, Dennis Glawes, Cecil Glawes, Marvin Sloans, Mrs. Glen Sloan, the Elmer Krausses and Mrs. .Mary Bjofson, for birthdays of 'Cecil Glawe and Mrs. John Ox< ley. The Ray Freys visited Friday at George Glawe's. The Harry Flemings attended the 45th wedding Sunday at the Lutheran church in Livermore for her sister, the Edward Le'nz- es. James Green, son of the Robert Gfeenl, Whittter, Calif., was married'on Jan. 30 to Christine Stout, San Pedro, Calif. The Wayne Flemings moved Saturday from Humboldt to Mason City and were guests at Harry Fleming's. The Dale Mowers, Ellendale, Minn., spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Cecil Nail. David Nail, Des Moines, was also a weekend guest. The Robert Andersons, Des Moines, spent the weekend with their parents, the Orville A.n- dersons and Cecil Nails. . The R. C. Welters were Sunday guests of Delia and Edith Welter in Algona. The C. B. Meyers were Sunday guests •- at Vance Halverson's, Thompson. Judy Gourley and Walter Han- son, at Upper Iowa, spent the weekend with Judy's parents, the William Gourleys. Linda Erdman, Ames, spent the weekend with her parents, the W. G. Erdmans. She was I maid of honor of the wedding of i Linda Davis and Richard Kiss* ner at St. Benedict Saturday. I Brian, son of the Albert Fishes, had minor surgery at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday. ' . The Lyle Gourleys, Lake City, visited Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Eugene Kelch, and also at David Johnson's Jr. The Norman Chambers were Sunday guests at Kenneth Wagner's. Callers were the Wilbur Merriams. Mrs. Lee William, Mrs. Dale Yeoman, Mrs. Robert Hoover, Mrs. Jim Ryburn and Mrs. Paul McCray, Burt, had a shower Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Lee William's for Mrs. James Silcott, the former Karon Hoover, Des Moines. Friends of Mrs. Hanna Smith had a birthday party Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Gertrude Thronbury and Alma Heise visited Saturday at Darwin Kaulen's, Eagle Grove. Mrs. F. F. Fett and the Darrell Fetts, LuVerne, were Thursday guests at Albert Fish's. Carol and Skip Fish, and Jeano Fontami, Des Moines, were weekend guests at Albert IFish's. Sunday guests were the iBill Fetts, Mason City, Juanitta jFett, Des Moines, and Dave Coleman, Livermore. Ferry Smith and Marvin Bow- iman, Schaller, were Tuesday guests of Mr, Smith's daughter, Mrs. William Erdmm The John Babcocks visited Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Clark kiley, Renwick, and also Visited at William Gourley's. The Robert DeGrootes were Sunday guests of her parents, the R. C. Welters, for their anniversary, Tlie Lou Modvers, BuH, Mary Olson, Algoha, and the James Silcott^ Des Moiflfil, Witt Sunday guests at Dale Yeoman's. Mrs, Dale Yeoman and diugh* ter attended a shower Saturday at the Doan Methodist church near Burt for her.sister, Mrs* James Silcott, the former Karon Hoover. a 1 o'clock luncheon. The'presi- dent Mrs. Lafe Oxley Sr. presid- d at business followed by 500. Wherever 1 he travels, the Corwith Mrs. Henry Maw Leslie Lawrence, Connie, Richard and Barbara, visited Sunday al Phil Puffer's, The Vern Nims, Mrs. Marion Sloner and Mrs. Tillie Gee vis- iled Friday al Leslie Dawson's for Mrs. Dawson's birthday. , The Merle Oxleys, Storm Lake, Art Nelson, Kanawha, and Mrs. Elsie Oxley visiled Sunday at Clarence Jurgensen's. The Jerry Jurgensens, Northfield, Minn., are visiting his par- Annum All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From the Tenth — JSarn From The First 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA A BIG LIFT... , * , that's what our FREE Daily Delivery ean be to you! -CALL 5- 3762- East End Grocery State & Phillips St. ' ".'YUP! JUST DROVE FROM Poor judgment in driving is risky and so is being underinsured. A $10,000 policy or $20,000 burned home is not funny. Nor is $200,000 liability lawsuit on $10,000 policy funny. 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