Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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10-20-30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Delm March 1, 1955 Janice Kiekbush was married Friday evening, Feb. 25, lo Jerrold W. Funk at the Trinity Lutheran church at 7 o'clock. The Don Smiths Jr. had their card club Saturday evening. Members are the William Aliens, Joe Deines and Stewart Thompsons. Tuesday night, April 12, hat been set for the annual Charity Ball in Algona, according to chairman Lawrence Winkel. It will be held in the high school gymnasium as usual. More than 2,000 people called Sunday at the open house held by the Horace Clapsaddles at THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embaliners and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RENGSTED PHONES: 21C07 — 21006 — 60406 their new motel, The Acreage, east of town. Assisting in showing the motel units were Mesdames M. E. Bartholomew. Everett Barr, Jim Eglt, Wm. Finn and Vifgil Smith. Jamet McMahon, tenter at St. Cecelia academy, won upper bracket ranking in the district contest of the Iowa High School Forensic League, held at Mason City. This ranking entitles him lo enter the Iowa City contest in both original oratory and extemporaneous speaking. Judge and Mrs. 0. W. Stillman and Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber, Bancroft went lo Ames Sunday to attend the winter concert given by the Iowa State singers. Their daughters, Marcia Stillman, and Mary Jo Weber, are both members of the chorus group. A daughter born to the D. T. Hemmingscns al SI. Ann hos- pilal has been named Connie Jean. She was premalure and weighed only 4 Ibs. 11 oz. She will be kept in an incubator at the hospital for a time. This makes three girls in the family. Februray 27, 1945 Benjy, 3-year-old ton of the Thco Herbsls, was badly scalded Friday evening when a silcx coffee-maker threw boiling water over him. He was standing on a chair, watching the coffee bubbles, when Ihe hot liquid suddenly burst out. He was severely burned on thigh and stomach, and large blisters formed immediately. Mrt. David Logue fell down her cellar stairs Wednesday evening and suffered a broken wrist. Alvena Miller, high tchool math teacher, resumed work Friday, after an absence of two weeks because of a broken left arm suffered in a fall on icy steps. Ellen Meyer, gasoline clerk at the local ration board office, and Emma Jean Mctzgar, in Thompson Distributing employ, spent the weekend at Ft. Dodge visiting friends. A meeting of the Eastern Star will be held next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., and the program will honor past musicians. Mrs. Viva Peterson, first organist, has been in the lodge more than 51 years. Other honored guests will be Alice Hulchins, Grace Phillips, Leola Geigcl, Beata Sawyer, Mary Hough, Millie Klarnp, and Mart McCall. Monte, ten of the Carl S. Pearsons, celebrated his sixth birthday Wednesday. He is a pupil in kindergarten, and his paternal grandmother Mrs. G, A. I Pearson, Bancroft, baked 36 lit- itlc cakes decorated in different (colors of frosting which he look to school for a party. Election of officert took place at a Wa-tan-yc meeting last week Tuesday evening at the Algona 'hotel. Kathcrine Van Ness, president; Stella Brecn, vice; Mar- cclla Thill, treasurer. Board members are Amy Johnson, Clarice Amcsbury, and Donna Hill. Adah Carlson is remaining board member. February 28, 1935 Wade Sullivan received appointment as acting postmaster to succeed the late James McDonald, and took over his duties Friday. Saturday he drove to Des Moines and resigned as scales inspector for the state department of agriculture. One of the year's worst blizzards in recent years began Sunday morning and lasted until Monday morning leaving five inches of snow. All of Monday's trains on the Northwestern were cancelled, something which has not happened for some years. The temperature dropped from 48 degrees to 6 below zero. Sheriff Dahlhauser and Deputy Casey Loss toured the county Saturday raiding business houses which had slot machines and punch boards on counters in the open, where the officers could take the machines without the need of search warrants. In all, nine slot machines punch boards were 4—ALGONA (low*) A5VANCI THURSDAY, MARCH 4, IMS FREE Hearing Test and Consultation Healed Mobil Unit parked by Public parking lot on Thorington St. Friday & Saturday, March 5-6 OPEN ALL DAY The Iowa Hearing Aid Center from Des Moinei will use Electronic Equipment to determine if you have loss of hearing. If loss is detected, medical aid may be recommended, and ten seized. Faris Miner, Craig Smith, Robert Sellstrom, and John Hargreaves spent Sunday in Mason City with John Shilts who attends Hamilton Business college. Five students of St. Cecelia's high school furnished the program for Rotary Monday. A , trio composed of Anita Rose 'iKohlhaas, Gertrude Zender and I Donald Frankl sang, and Evelyn Capesius and Eleanor Kain sang a duet. Declamatory readings were given by Gertrude Zender and Eleanor Kain. Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Mrs. G. W. Stillman spent last Thursday and Friday in Des Moines with friends. They accompanied Mr. and-Mrs. M. J. Streit and enroute home they visited briefly with the A. K. Cliffs, Ames. Eugene Hutchins returned from Bloomington, where he had been since a week ago Sunday attending a State Farm Mutual Insurance convention. Eva Peterson, Rockford, III., spent last weekend with her parents, the 0. J. Petersons. She 'is assistant to a receiver of a closed bank. The Lena Schulti and Schneider farm sales last week brought high prices. Cows sold from $45 to $80, and heavy hens brought $1.07% and $1.12. Ex-Whittemore man dies of heart attack Whittemore — The Louie E. Muellers received word Saturday of the death of their son Wil* ferd, 54, Ringstcd. He was a patient at the hospital at Esther- villc following a heart attack. He was born Feb. 11, 1911, near Fenton. March 6, 1935 he married Ruth Jensen at Ringstcd, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, David and Darold, his parents, the Louie E. Muellers, four brothers, Clifford, Stanley, Wis., Maynard, Merced, Calif.; Arthur, Lone Rock; Merrill, Algona; and one sister, Mrs. Lloyd (Olivia) Johnson, Cylinder. Funeral services were Tuesday at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringstcd and burial was in the parish cemetery.' The Edwin Greinerts were Saturday guests at Henry Fehr's, West Bend. The Harold Haags visited last Wednesday at John Haag's, Thompson. The Al Hoods, Charles City, were weekend guests of her parents, the Ben Hansons. Mrs. Bernard Bell had a birthday party for her twin daughters, Dona and Debra. Guests were Mrs. Wayne Bellinger, Fenton, Mrs. Maurice Schwint and David, Mrs. Elmer 0. Bell, Mrs. Alfred Bell, Mrs. Andy Elbert and Mrs. Jim Kressin and boys. The Larry Twcdts left Wednesday for a vacation to Las Vegas, Nev. The Archie Voigts and Melvin Ostwalds attended a charivari for the Ray Gcrdeses in Algona Sunday. ( ; The Harold Colwells, Algona, and Harold Zimmermans visited, Mrs. Harlan Leininger for heri birthday Friday. The Ernest Meyers and Meyers were Sunday guests at Henry Lauck's, West Bend. ... Ellen Thompson, Ames, has been staying two weeks with her grandparents, the ^Elliott Waldschmidts. ' l * ( Mrs. Orville Lauck was in Iowa lity three days with her stepmother, Mrs. Carl Simmons, who had surgery. '7| Mrs. Wm. Lauck entered Pafq Alto Memorial hospital Mohda^ Mrs."Marid 'Scnine'llng- attehd> ed the funeral of Wilferd Muel : Priestcf won prizes. Kalhy Besch, Jacqueline Detrick, Steven Detrick, and Haf- Ian Metzger attended the 4-M winter camp at Madrid, Friday to Sunday. Lewis Elbert, St. Mary's College, Winona, Minn., was a weekend guest at home. Jean Gengler, Ottumwa Heights, Ottumwa, was a weekend guest of her parents, the Bob Genglcrs. Other Sunday guests were the George Geng- lers and Ralph Genglers. The Ralph Genglcrs took Jean back to Ottumwa Sunday. Beatrice Knecht spent Monday here. She returned to her job in St. Paul after ten days with her mother, Mrs. Emma Knecht, Iowa City. ter two fnontha with her daugfv ter, the Robert Nuttys, Sioux rails, s. D. The Lester Bonnstetters, Arnolds Park, visited Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Russell Teh- ben. They were enroute to Wa> verly to a brotherhood conven- Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Sunday guests at Albert Johnson's were Henry Weber, the Archie Dietricks, Dexter, Minn., Wayne Barrs, Grand Meadow, THAN SORRY \ Nature on a Rampage? Gel Your Farm "Under Cover" Floods or other "rampages" of nature can wipe out farm buildings, equipment . . . but when you re covered by insurance, you won't get hit in | the pocketbook. For all types of farm insurance, check with ui Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher The Ottosen Progressive Study club met Thursday at Mrs. Fred Kampen's. The pledge was led by vice president, Mrs. Allan Watnem. Scripture was read by the hostess, Mrs. Clara Solberg, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mrs. H. D. Benson and Mrs. Kermit Fowler were guests. The county club project was given $2.40. There was a silent auction. Sold were baked items, candy Minn., Marvin Johnsons, Farnhamville, and Dale Johnsons. All attended the 45th wedding of the Walter Barrs, Algona. Music Mothers will meet Mar. 2 in Corwith, Mrs. Kenneth Wagner is chairman. Legion Auxiliary will meet March 2 at Mrs. Harry Flenv ing's with Mrs. Harry Maw assisting. A daughter was born Feb. 17 to the Jerry Wilhites, 6 Ibs. and 4 oz., named Brenda Dee. David Nail, Des Moines, spent the weekend with his parents, the Cecil Nails. The Ernest Bonnstetters and Leo Gregson, Grinnell, were Sunday guests at Phil Puffer's. The A. E. Spanglers, Eagle Grove, were Thursday guests at Bernard Spangler's. Bill McCullough, left Saturday from Perry to resume his Coast Guard duties. He will leave from Los Angeles for duty in Hawaii. Kirt, Keven and Janelle Cla- Eldora, are spending rith the grandparents, .the Oral McCulloughs, while their parents are moving to Cherokee. The George McCutcheons, Goldfield, visited Sunday at Ben Krebs'. The Clarence Aitchisons, Wesley, visited Friday at George Glawe's. The Albert Fishes visited Sun- iday with the Alfred Fetts, Al- Carol and Skip Fish, Des Moines, spent the weekend with their parents, the Albert Fishes. Dorothy Simpson, Des Moines, was a Sunday caller. The LaVoy Dawsons, and Ste« ven and Gretchen Zentner, Lu- Verne, spent the weekend in Iowa City visiting their son Craig. They also visited at LeRoy Miller's, Stanhope. Mary Will, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Wills. The Russell Tebbens had their 500 club Friday. Vernon Studer, Des Moines, spent the week at William Erdman's. The Lee Williams visited Wednesday at William Erdman's. The George Yeomans, Britt, visited Wednesday at Dale Yeoman's. Paula Yeoman, daughter of the Dale Yeomans, spent the weekend with her grandparents, the Lou Hoovers, Burt. The R. C. Welters were Sunday guests at Robert Welter's, Mason City. Mrs. Art Kraft and Celis Oppedahl, Renwick, visited Friday at Charles Hamm's. Mrs. John Babcock and daughter, Mrs. Don Dunfee, Waterloo, visited Saturday at Clark Kiley's. end with her patents, the Gteof ge Kfausses, her parents 25th wed< lllfl I* The Ralph Johnsons took their daughter Rose Marie to Milwaukee to attend School. The Don Dunfees, Waterloo, spent the weekend at John Babcock's Sunday. OUILT — Mrs William Hoep- nef of Greenfield has an unusual "Birthday" quilt. Made Up of White squares against a blue background, each square represents a month in the year and members of her immediate family are recorded as to their birthdays. Besides the names and dates, the quilt is embroidered with an appropriate flo wer for the month. I) OTHER MODELS $50 to S28S ler, Ringstcd, Tuesday. BLOSSOM INSURANCE COMPANY Phone 5-2735 109 S. Podge ..) Mrs. Anna Behnke had the South Side card club Monday'. Elda Baas, Mrs. Lydia Wichtendahl and Mrs. George Maahs won prizes. • ••'•'' << Mrs. Harlan Leininger had the birthday club Tuesday for Mrs. Tom Meyer. Mrs. Harold Opheim, Mrs. Deb Ostwald, and Mrs. Deb Wichtendahl won prizes. The Lloyd Kollasches, Des Moines, were weekend guests of his parents the Frank Kollasches. Rev. Merle Kollasch, Sioux City, was also a guest. Mrs, Lydia Bisenius is visiting her daughter, the Joe Kavan- aughs, Lohrville. The Duwayne Germanns moved Saturday to a farm north of Fenton from the former Mos bach Bros. farm. Ronald Keene, at School of Art in Minneapolis, and Allen Zumach, at the University of Minnesota, were weekend guests of their parents. The Louis Lickteigs, Wesley, visited Wednesday at Ed. Kenyon's. Ruth Lickteig, also Wesley, was a Monday guest. The Roman Rupperts, Mallard, visited Sunday with her parents the M. W. Kollasches. Mrs. Henry Mueller had her Pinochle club Monday afternoon. The Jim Zwiefcls were Sunday guests of Lottie and Janette, LuVerne. The Rev. Kenneth Wilhites, Indianola, spent the weekend with his parents, the Earl Wilhites. Mrs. Emma Oxley returned af- ! The Loyd Stroups, Hampton, Harold Browns and Elmer Marrs were Sunday guests at Mrs. Viola Brown's. The Henry Goransons, Clear Lake, and Jim Daniels, Kanawha, were Sunday guests at John Daniel's. Friends had a birthday party Friday for Mrs. Helen Studer at Ethel Halligan's. The Waif Waltmans returned Calif., visited a few days with her parents, the Glen Greens, and his parents, the Ed Greens, Klemme. Tuesday the Richard Oxleys, Taopi, Minn., Lester Wil- after a few weeks in Florida. The Robert Greens, LaHabra, hites, Robert Oxleys, and Jerry Oxleys were guests. Jeam Fleming, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Harry Flemings. Sunday guests were the Wayne Flemings, Mason City, and Leonard Tebben. The Roger DeKruips, Britt, visited Sunday at Jim Gourley's. Vern Nims is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Norman "Chambers and baby son returned from the hospital at Britt. Cindy Bilbrey, employed in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with the Earl Gjersteds. Marilyn Krauss, teacher at Webster City, spent the week- Demonstration A Showing Faithfully ampii- Algona Hotel fics the wtiitptf- td soundi you Tues. Mar. 9 mil* with many hearing aids. 9 a.m. to noon jffff "Royalty" of hearing bids latterlci and lervlce for moil mahtl — You are Invited to come In. AUDIPHONE CO., INC. Ground Floor—Fleming Bldg. 214 • 6th Ave. D. M. 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The birthday of Longfellow was Feb. 27. Members composed three rhy ming poems. Each added a line seeing only the last word written by the previous "poet". Mrs. Clara Solberg and Mrs. Allan Watnem. won prizes in a Biblical quiz. Debra, daughter of the Alfrec Schultzes, was 12 Sunday, and guests were the J. M. Blanchards Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Lone Rock, and the Ralph Jacobsons Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Mrs Chester Aline attended funera services for Mrs. Mary Hartwell at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock Feb. 17. Sara Usher came from Ames I Friday for a week between quarters. 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