Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Id • 20 • 30 Years Ago A Weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Dejm March 6, 1955 Ervin Wlltgen, of Wiltgen Jewelers, last week became Algona's,first diamond setter. He completed his final course at a diamond school in Chicago. Delia Moxley was awarded a pin and certificate by the Red Cross for 300 hours as an instructor in first aid. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes and Richard are living temporarily, at Cowan's Court until their new home on South Harriet is ready for occupancy. The Dean Parrotts moved last weekend to the Mathes house' which they bought some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Deim drove to Rochester Sunday and John was going through the clinic this' week, not having felt up par fof some time.' Cells beal is at the Ueim home with hef grandchildren. Uah'ft bakery «f West Bend opened ft branch store in Al' gofla :iast Friday, in the building Vacated.by Wiltgen's Jewelry 6H North fhorington. Olive Herbst will work there, Judy Murtagh, Carol Finn and Madonna McOuire, all juniors at the University of Iowa, are among those being honored at a "smarty party" sponsored by the Mortar Board, national sodiety for senior women. Jtrry Parkins, 1954 Algona high graduate t is making quite a name for himself in wrestling for the San Diego Naval Training center. He won the Southern Pacific AAU tournament artd won in his Weight division in the Pan American tournaments competing with seven other nations. Then he-was sent to Ft. San Antonio and was defeated by the 1952 Olympic champion from this country. Mrs. Emma Hagg suffered a broken collar bone and sons, Melyin and Perry", were shaken up in .an automobile accident last week on highway 169. AL66NA (iowci) ADVANei—?»*•»«»•*••*•»«»•«•«••*** THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 196S tributing to the welfare of the World Wars 1 and It men hos- pitalteed in Iowa. Bonnie Bonar, a registered nurse at Kossuth hospital, has filed application to enlist as an army nurse. She is the daughter of Mrs. Rhoda Bonar and the late J. L. Bonar. A group from the S A L store celebrated the birthdays of Pay Lashbrook and Betty Wilden Thursday night. They attended a movie after supper at the Chrome. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarehet entertained 30 relatives and close friends at a 1:30 two course luncheon Sunday, the occasion being the Sarehet 25th wedding anniversary. W Algona Barbers 72 4. • . *..» North Iowa Appl. .62 March 7, 1935 Cook's Welders 60 The Brookside Golf club held £. ofc .. fg its first annual meeting last,V, mp , ^1 week at the Anderson hall, and Algona Lanes 51 Monday Night Leagu* No. 1 DOES SINUS CONGESTION . . . keep you awake at night? Make you feel miserable all day? Then you want relief and want itfast! And that's just what you get ^hen you take SYNA-CLEAR Decongestant Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give round-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieves headache. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. End needless suffering now -get SYNA-CLi:AR in the blue and white :arton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAR relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less, SYNA- DECONGESTANT TABLETS HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona March 6, 1945 A letter from Pvt. Norman i Pringle, Emmetsburg, which was written from a point of em- )arkation on the east coast, expressed his joy when he discovered the kitbag given him by he Red -Cross had a message of cheer from Kossuth county prepared by T. H. Chrischilles. The Junior Red Cross, with Fidelia Skow as county Chairman working through the schools, have collected $481.28. There are 109 elementary schools in the county, 11 parochial and 12 public high schools. A meeting of Kossuth rela tives of prisoners of war and men reported missing in action was held at the high school building last week. Mrs. Shirley Arns and Mrs. Mike Loss reported on the state meeting at Des Moines. Beth Annis read a report from a repatriated prisoner. S Sgt. and Mrs. Claude (Barney) Ostwinkle became parents of their first child, Claudia Mary, ,born at Mason City. The baby's father is in the 15th Air Corps in Italy, and the mother is the former Mary Lee Peters. Mrs. D. D. Monlux spoke at a meeting of the Congregational the old officers were re-elected; President, J. E. Mason; sec> treas., Claude Smith. Re-elected directors were Burdette Agard, Peter Waldron, and L. Y. Reynolds. New directors are George Miller, Harley Bartlett, and Homer Tuttle. Last year the club had 69 members. After 18 years in the automobile business here P. J. artd Frank Kohlhaas have sold out to the Algona Chevrolet Co. The Des Moines Register reported that the buyers were identical with the Morrall auto company at Livermore. William Finn, who works at the Algona Bakery, found that his Chevrolet coach had been stolen from its parking space just east of the Advance shop Saturday night. It was. found next morning four miles north of Algona, abandoned a half mile from the paving. It was undamaged and had evidently been taken by joyriders! Mrs. M. J. Quinn and her daughter Madona, who are living at Cedar Falls, while Madon na attends the State Teachers college, and Margaret Blossom, who also attends the college, are expected home for the weekend Gladys Rising and Raymond Jones spent Sunday at Cedar Falls with Madonna. Catherine Streit went to Ma son City Sunday, and Monday began a business course at the Hamilton business school. She was employed at the county Lindsay 40 Council Oak 14 High Team Series L 31 42 40 45 47 53 64 90 Cook's Welders 2923 High Series Cliff Benschoter 616 High Game 44 4? 4? 51 56 59 66 88 East End Grocery .__ Hoover's Cunningham Cafe —56 Borden Dairy 53 Hobarton Co-op 53 Percival Motors 49 fiernies Red. 44 N.F.O. 41 31k Cleaners 34 Bode's K it H -12 High Team Series Percival Motors 2950 High Series Vaughn Hoover 621 Vaughn Hoover 254 Thursday Night Women W L Fareway 63 21 Lindsay Soft Water _-56 28 Jungle Room 50 34 Viking Oil 49% 34% V.F.W. 45 39 Dairy Queen 43 37 Johnson House 42 42 38 Herb's Produce. 44 fio liff Benschoter 210, Hamm's No. 2 League No. 2 W L Zender's 71 29 7-Up 66 34 Hamm's 65% 34% Blue & White 65 35 ' Gambles 51 49 Budweiser 48 52 owa State Bank 47% 52% Everds Bros. 40% 43% Hamm's Beer 33 51 Frederick Hdwe. 31% 48% Gambles 25 59 Coast-to-Coast 21% 62% High Team Series Everds Bros. 2283 High Series Joyce Peterson 558 Joyce Peterson 214 Thursday Classic W Taylor Motor Co -_43% 60% Hiland Chips 41% 62% Consolidated Milk 41% 62% M & D Auto 35 69 High Team Series North Iowa Appl 2271 High Series Women Carol Groen B37 Men Hank Geilenfeld 614 High Game Women Carol Groen __ 202 Men Wally Erdman 225 League No. 2 W L Colony Inn ___ _72 31 Northrup King 63 41 Directory Service __..58 46 Algona Lanes _._51'/2 52% Diagonal Grocery ___51% 52% Algona Plumbing _.._46% 57% Standard Oil 40% 63% Coca-Cola 32 72 High Team Series Colony Inn 2165 High Series Women Heide Ferguson 46£ Men Charlie's Supper dub 38 42 Modernistic Beauty __22 68 High team Series Twinco Beauty 1683 High §eri«» Francis Wiese 498 Pat Cook 187 SERVICEMEN L .62 22 Hamm's No. 1 62 22 Lindsay Soft Water __53% 30% Hub Clothiers 50 34 Carnation Milk 48 46 Pioneer 33% 50% Falstaff 47 Cargill 44 look's Scrap Iron —39 Meyer's Insurance —36 Squirt 20 53 56 61 64 80 High Team Series Blue & White 2717 High Series Ray Sewich 580 High Game Chuck Davis 235 Tuesday Night No. 1 W L Pioneer 56%_43% Reding Gravel 56 44 Lindhorst Deputies 55 45 Universal 55 45 Buscher Bros. 55 45 Woman's association and told of the organization of the United Service Women, also explained the part the women have in con- $50 - $100 $200 - $300 $400 • $500 $600 - $800 $1000 Up To S5000 Prepare NOW 'or the coming months! • Repair Your Home • Consolidate Your Debts • Winter Needs • Buy A Better Car • Pay Taxes • Any Purpose Payments extended in event of unemployment or sickness. Borrow from one of Iowa's Oldest Co. We understand your problems.' Let us help you NOW—serving Iowa faithfully since 1909. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moore Phone:295-3507 treasurer's office the past two months. Donald Frank! took first in a declamatory contest at Whittemore Sunday evening in the oratorical group. Five other schools were entered. Donald is the second son of the U. B. Frankls, and with his younger brother Gerald and sister Camilla attend the Academy at Algona. The Armour Lemkees visited at Charles Bonnett's at Amboy, Minn. Sunday. FRIDAY CRASH Shortly after 9 o'clock Friday night a car driven by Gregg Hatch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen, skidded on the ice and smashed broadside into the bridge east of the four corners. Larry Nauholz was a passenger and both boys suffered minor cuts and bruises. The car, a 1958 Chrysler, is a total wreck. DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE . . . PINE ROOM For Your Favorite Beverage (ALGONA HOTEL) • DINING • DANCING •> COCKTAILS Soup Briggs __ 568 High Game Women Heide Ferguson 174 Men Soup Briggs 21' Vern Wagner 21' Coffee Cup W Petticoats ____ _____ 56 ff!!S£J&£itisSi5&. «,STJW***!L? r < V *G.o *• H""" 1 ft $MrtttwM ,n»rv ft«* rWHtfrt* ^ Utt Electric 48M> 51V 2 Whittemore Locker _47 53 Larry's Rec. 46y 2 53% Tall Paul's 43V 2 56% Northwestern Mutual 43 57 High Team Series Buscher Bros. 2947 High Series Homer Clark _1 576 ,.H,lgh,Ganie,,, .,,, ,, : . Al Borman 213 Tuesday Night No. 2 W Hood's Super Valu —67% 32% ilossom Insurance __66% 33% Elbert's Enco 63% 36% Klein's Farm Supply _57 43 Weidenhoff 55 45 First Lutheran 54 46 Municipal Utilities 46 54 Fischer Store 44 56 Universal No. 2 42% 57% Mercury Outboard 40 60 Pine Room 39 61 Lotts Creek Locker _25 75 High Team Series Elbert's Enco 2913 Fischer Store 2913 High Series Don N. Higgs 555 High Game Art Schroeder 210 Wednesday Night Women W L Cook's Welders 71 25 East Eend Grocery —69 27 Women of Moose 57 39 Iowa State Bank 57 39 Security State Bank __48 48 Peterson Furniture _44% 51% Honsbruch Drug 44 52 Coffee Shop 44 52 J Si K Tavern 40 56 Rusk Drug 37 59 Algona Lanes 33% 62% Good Samaritan 31 65 High Team Series Cook's Welders 2257 High Series Jackie Kelley 494 High Game Rose Courtney 201 Wednesday Night Men W L Bode Elevator 69% 30% Fenton Elevator 66 34 last End Grocery —32 52 Gene's Electronics 29 55 Plantation 27 57 Algona Lanes 23 61 High Team Series indsay Soft Water 2728 High Series Jim Kelley 603 High Game Jim Kelley 232 Friday Mixed Doubles W L Ron & Jack's 65 31 Zender's 61% 34% Pittman Finance 61% 34% Cook's Welders 55 41 Hutzell's Office 55 41 Moorman Feed 52% 43% Minnesota Woolen 40 56 Fenton Locker 36% 59% Kossuth Speedway —23 45 FEMIC 29 67 High Team Series Pittman Finance 2220 High Series Women Lavonne Pittman 479 Men Ralph Lindhorst 562 Women High Game Lavonne Pittman 189 1 Men r Bob Riedei ————— 224 Saturday Nite Mixed Dbl. No. 1 W L Ricklefs-Geelan 71 33 Chrome Cafe 69 35 North Iowa Appl 60 44 Bjustrom's 58 46 Druggist Mutual 56% 47% Viking Oil 54 50 Algona Barbers 50 54 L 32 34 36 39 49 74 KEARN R. MARLOW Sliver Lanee (FHTNC) Feb. 20 — Airman Apprentice Kearn R. Mnrlow, USN, son of Mr and Mrs M. Marlow of Lone Rock, is participating in a major fleet training operation, "Silver wildcat. Lance," off the coast of California while serving aboard the anti-submarine aircraft Carrier Uss Benmngton. The operation is providing extensive training in every facet of Naval and amphibious Warfare. "Silver Lance' 1 involves more than 60 ships flrtd 50,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel. First newsreel showed arrival of delegates to a French national photoghaphers convention ih 1895. The house cat is believed to be a cross between the sacred cat of Egypt and the European •I keep water tot ELEOTMim Eight Balls 54 Black Cats 52 Question Marks 49 Goofers 39 Sharks 14 High Series can Reynolds 449 High Game Jean Reynolds 173 Grandmothers W L Twinco Beauty 52 28 Kirk's Shoe Store —48 32 THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RiNGSTED PHONES: 21C07 — 21006 — 60406 II 1 • for hot baths for every member of the family... • for washing clothes in your automatic electric washer • for washing dishes, too—wherever you need hot water, it's there when you have an automatic electric water heater. See your electric appliance dealer—and live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities success hasn't gone to its price! combination of luxury and economy you can MR. FARMER, G=^^; MINIMUM TIUAGE NOW! If you have a late model 4 row JP or JHC planter, here is a Pqkota Iron Minimum Tillage Planter Harrow to mount on it. Only adds ?8." in length. Reduce planting time and costs; conserve moisture; control weeds; get fast germination and big yields. Algona Implement Co, Commercial St. Algona CHEVROLET BEL AIR 6 It's our in-between-priced full-size Chevrolet with deep-twist carpeting,' luxurious pattern cloth «p» holftery trimmed in soft vinyl; and a Turbo-Thrift Six to make the most of its Jet-smooth ride, Low in cost, easy on fuel - yet this spirited Six gives you quick pickups and all the smooth dependable power a car Heeds, Just come try it and see! J)rive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet • Chevelle * Chevy D * Corvair * Corvette You can actually buy this fine full-sized car for slightly more than many intermediate-sized models of other makes—and even for less than some of them! So why settle for a smaller car that can't begin to offer all of the value and satisfaction you get in this Chevrolet Bel Air, Come look it over. See how much more you get for what you pay! 14 QlU KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. CORNER OF CQWRTHOUSt ALGONA, IOWA PHQNf

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