Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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(l«»wt) ABVANCI , MARCH H, 10 . 20 • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma L«a Delm March IS, 1955 Long, who teaches in the Spencer schools, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr »nd Mrs. K. D. Long. Mvtdarrm Helen Mike», N, J. Kelly, and William Ankenbauer attended the Volunteer leaders training course for Girl Scouts at Iowa Falls. This qualifies theiu to instruct leaders hete. Mr. and Mr*. Claud* SlagU lm for Florida by car Thursday. They plan to be away about three weeks and will stop for visits in Indiana enroute. ^Mr». Fred G«ig*l drey* to DC* Moines Monday morning for the state convention of D A R, a three-day session. She planned to meet a cousin from Boone who is also in attendance. ; Alice Kr*Mntky it a member of the girls chorus at Wooster college which will giye concerts during spring recess, March 25- April 13, in Detroit, Elkhart, Indianapolis, and Chicago. Alice, younger daughter of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, is a sophomore at the Ohio college. ' Mittes Carrie and Margaret Durant spent Saturday at Des Moines and attended a luncheon fdr Iowa Penwomen in Younk- er'i Tea room. Priscilla Wayne, columnist for the Des Moines Tribune, was featured speaker. f Mrs. Firman Laing with daughters, Karla and Merri, returned a week ago from Sarasota where they visited Mrs. tiling's parents and her brother's family. They made the trip down and back by plane, flying from Des Moines in seven hours. Lewis Marshall drove to Das Moines Sunday to meet his wife Whd hag been at Pueblo, Coto.t the past fortnight visiting her 1 husband's brother and sister-in- law, the ftobert Marshalls. March 13, 1945 Civilian pertotinel who had completed six months of service at the Prisoner of War camp xvere presented with Civilian service emblems by U. oubrc. Those, receiving them were Willard D. Grail, Win ford J. Sigsbee, August K. Meyer, Bonnie A. Bisenitis, Helen C. Dcwcl, Eleanor J. Jones, Doris C. I'aetz and Vuanila L. Wcgcncr. Meetingt were held at the Chamber of Commerce offices by owners of local restaurants to discuss plans to relieve tlic meat shortage. It was deckled that beginning March 21 local jating places will serve no meat Wednesdays or Fridays, but instead chicken, fish, and cheese dishes. The United Service Women lerc are asking for feathers to supply 325 pillows for boys hos- >italizcd with severe head in- urles. Another request was for 1,000 hot-pan holders for camp citchens. Yarn for Red Cross knitting was received last week and is now ready for distribution at the chapter headquarters over the S & L store. Sunday dinner guests at the A. A. Sterlings were three sisters of Mrs. Sterling, Mcsdamcs T. C. Fielder, A. C. Buckcls, also Olive Batcman, all of Webster City. Pvt. Merle Yeoman and Mrs. Yeoman, with their two daughters, arrived Saturday from Camp Livingston, La. for a 10- day furlough with Merle's parents, the G. C. Yeomans. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, who recently bought the Scan- Ian apartment building on Slate street will move to one of the apartments April 1, and Mr. Cook will be employed by the Cowan Bldg. and Supply Co. at insulation work. S Y-3c. Maxine Caldwell got home Sunday from Atlantic City for a 10-day leave with her mother, Mrs. R. W. Caldwell. She has received overseas orders. March 14, 1935 Marie Morlan, operator at the Sue Morlan beauty shop, return- ed Friday from the state e&s- metologisls convention. | A fatuity party »«ek plaei at jlhe high school. Three new faculty members—Margaret Wil| cox, Gladys Prescott, Madeline 'Hess, were initialed. On the entertainment committee were Ruth Krickenbaum, Margaret Htillerman, Mrs. John McDowell, Dora Carson, DuWaync Collins, Evelyn Wallers, and Ruth Messenger. The PTA pre-sehool group of mothers of which Mrs. E, V. Evans is leader met with Mrs. Don M. Stiles Tuesday evening. The topic was discipline. Marie Nordstrom and Perry Lowman were married at the Methodist church, Ft. Dodge, Monday afternoon. The event was a surprise to relatives and friends of the couple here. Her brother, Clarence and his wife, Ft. Dodge, attended the couple. Margaret Brown entertained her bridge club al Ihe Don M. Stiles home lasl week, and Margarct herself won high, Bcrnice Dcarsch the consolation. Other members arc Virginia Schnepf, Ila Lcffert, Charlotte Hilton, Ida Halpin, Valeria Pickctt, and Adris Anderson. Esther Pratt was a guest. Marilyn, daughter of the Roy Keens, celebrated her eighth birthday Saturday with a party. Games were played during the afternoon, and supper was served. Guests were June Ann Scanlan, Miriam Norton, Ardis Kresensky, Joann Lyons, and Joann Lowe. Bernice Wilson, who leaves with her parents today to live at Blue Earth, was guest of honor at a dinner given Friday by Mrs. D. E. Miller. Other guests were Marion and Gladys Rising. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Kathryn Lynn, daughter of the Nick Bertes, Jr., born March 3, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, Sponsors were the William Bormanns. The William Lalliers, Humboldt, were Sunday visitors with an uncle and aunt, the K. L. Kohlhaases. Contestant March 20, Sue Bode, 17, Will represent Garrigan high school, Algona, as a contestant in the Young People's Concert at Clarke College, Dubuque. The contest is sponsored by the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra to encourage talented young musicians in the area. It is open Lo students in three categories: piano, violin, and trumpet. Miss Bode will play the first movement of Schumann Concerto in A minor, Op. 54 for piano. Her teacher, Sister Virginia Marie, PBVM, will assist at a second piano with the orchestra part. Winner will receive a cash prize of $50 and appear as soloist with the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra March 31. Sue will be presented in audition with Sister Mary Eleanor, PBVM, at Ryan, Tuesday, March 16. Sister Mary Eleanor lias obtained master degrees in both piano and theory from the American Conservatory in Chicago. Susan's father, Roland Bode, is president of the Algona Corn Belt Chorus of Barbershoppers. Take PROVO tabMs when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES • PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. Honsbruch Drug - Algone TAYLOR MOTORS ANNUAL rui SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THIS SALE! See your Ford Dealer for his special low selling price Save big on full-size '65 Fords, specially equipped for this sale, Choice of 2-door or 4-door models in White or Caspian Blue, Choice of America's biggest new Six or 352-cu in V-8-both with Cruise-0-Matic! Whitewalls. Full wheel covers, Full carpet, AILvinyj interior' FLASH-'65 HU5TAHGS HOW AWL At LEI * F.O.B. Detroit Mfrv iuggtsttd prfci 'Manufacturer's suggested retail price for Mustang Hardtop. Destination charges, state and local taxes and fees, if any, not included. Options such as whitewall tires are extra cost. See your Ford Dealer for his selling price. *fvvfffffv0 ifvir '2395 '65...bott yMr yet to go SM your Ford Do«lor TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA Seneca girl is married at Depew church Seneca **> Marilyn Joyce Johannesen, daughter of the Fred Johannesens, rural Bancroft, and Jay Judson Nolander, Milwaukee, Wis., were married oft March 6, at 2:30 o'clock at the St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. The Rev. Stanley Hanson performed the double ring ceremony. Organ music was by Mrs Oliver Johnson who accompanied the soloist, Rennee Votteler. Carol Johannesen, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Josie Castaneda, of Milwaukee, Wis., was bridesmaid. Debbie Johannesen was flower girl. Dwanc Johannesen, brother of the bride, was best man. Ronald Johannesen and Kerry Randa were ushers. A reception was held in the church following the ceremony. Guests were registered by Evelyn Quam of Emmetsburg. Margaret Nielsen opened and displayed the gifts. Mary Lou Marlow, Lone Rock, and Mrs Eleanor Witham, rural Bancroft, served punch. . Dining room hosts were the Donald Quaffis, Emmetsbufg. Mrs Melvin Norland and Mrs Henry Looft Were at the silver 1 services, and the five-tiered cake was cut and served by Mrs John Johanneseh and Mrs Elmer Randa. Waitresses were Mrs Ronald Johannesen, Mrs David Loott, Mrs Jerry Wilberg, Mrs Moward Finnestad and Mrs Larry Norland. Kitchen hostesses i»* eluded Mrs Duella Cody, Mrs Norman Finnestad, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Henry Jensen, Mrs Raymond Gardner and Mrs Ordean Kabrick. She was graduated from Sentral high school and is a 1963 graduate of university at Ames. She is teaching Home Economics in the Samuel Morse school ai iviiiwauKee. He served four years in the Marine Corps, and is employed with the Cory Corp. in Milwaukee. Anna Menz, daughter of the Clarence Menzs, ana Tim Lynch, son of the Wayne Lynchs, represented the local 4-H clubs as queen and king candidates at 4-H county fun night at Bancroft. The Raymond Bergums had guests Feb. 21 for their son, Lee's 8th birthday, the 79th birthday of Iver Bergum, and Art Bergum's birthday anniver- Sify, The Jewy Wilbefgs and Martin Wilbergs, Fenton, spent Sit^ urday and Sunday visiting in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Bill Helgcns (Lois Wilberg), who have spent several months at Akron, Ohio, afe now back iti the cities, Mrs. Ted Jensen, chairman of the local Blakjef Lutheran church Women, and Mrs, Henry Looft, Emmetsburg Conference Radio Committee chairman, at' tended the Emmetsburg conference board meeting Tuesday at Ringsted. The conlerence president, Mrs. Largey, Ruthven, pre- sided. The Otis Engfands, ftingsted, had a dinner at Spencer March 6 for their wedding anniversary, Guests included their daughter, the Herbert Krauses, Herbie Krause and Marilyn Morning' star, Cedar Falls, and the Rev. Stanley Hansens, Ringsted. Thursday coffee guests at Henry Looft's included the Rev. Stanley Hansen, Ringsted, the John Johannesens and Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry, Lone Rock, the Fred Johannesens, Martin Wilberg and Henry Jensens, Ringsted. j;H Mill II »H I III I I M II t I II I H4-H-H Hi I I I I I I I I I H. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WESLEY BLAKE FUNERAL HOME We have lost our lease and must be out of the building by April 1. We ask our families to please bear with us, until our new tnmuing is finished and ready for occupancy. We will handle our funeral calls through our Corwith and Titonka Homes, until we can use the new building. Our Wesley phone will still be answered and if in need of our services, please call our Wesley number. 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