Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 22, 1965
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(lew*) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAftCM «, 196$ 10 • 20 • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Delm llvered to Prank Cook, who buys and best man respectively. The salvaged paper to weekend was spent at Sioux March 22, 1955 The second annual Easter Coloring contest for children 5 and 10 years old, sponsored by ten Algona merchants, can be found in today's Advance. Students from Miss Condon's art classes will judge. A special display of dolls, part of Susan Kelley's doll collection, is now on display in the children's room at the Algona library. Susan is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N. J, Kelley and a junior at Iowa State college. She is spending a few days at home between terms. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mittag and family left Friday for their home at McAlester, Okla., after a two weeks visit with Mrs. Eva Mittag and at the C. S. Shiplcr farm home. While here, their son Lonny underwent an operation at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Howard French is recovering at a Phoenix, Ariz, hospital from emergency surgery performed ten days ago which revealed a ruptured appendix. Jack Canning was recently pledged to Phi Kappa, social frar ternity, at Iowa State university where he is a senior in liberal arts. He is the son of Mrs. M. Erpelding. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bangs, Jr., will leave tomorrow by car for Clearwater Beach, Fla., to visit the former's parents, and expect to be away three weeks. St. Ann's Hospital auxiliary is having a rummage sale on Saturday, April 2nd in the Kohlhaas building. Mrs. Joe Bradley is the chairman and Mrs. Daniel Bray is the co-chairman. Jeffery Pickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett, was four years old Sunday. His mother entertained at a party for him Saturday. Guests were ' Lynn Meissner, Patty Muckey, ; Marcia Hinken, Patty Hopkins, ' Ricky Post, Cliff and Buzzy Peterson. I March 20, 1945 ' Eugene Murtagh is one of six , > Iowa county chairmen for the • sixth war loan who will receive a captured German carbine, ' each in recognition for top results in their respective counties. ; Erwin Forbes, high school sen- ; ior, and William Bieser, St. Ce- ! : celia's senior, chosen because j they had the highest scholastic ! ranking in their respective ' , classes, have been made honorary members of the newly organized Lions club for one month. Last week the used fat pickup | here amounted to 343 pounds, or 97 pounds more than the week before. In exchange for last week's fat salvage the contributing housewives received 684 red tokens, or enough points for 28 pounds of butter. Pictured with a G I basketball team in the Hawaiian Isles is S Sgt Palmer Jensen, son of the H. E. Jensens who operate the Brown Suburban Grocery. Waste paper collected Saturday by Boy Scout troop 72, of which Jesse Lashbrook is leader, netted some five tons, de- DOES SINUS CONGESTION . . . keep you awako at night? Make you feel miserable all day? fhen you want relief and want it fast! And that's just wliai you get when you take SYNA-CU-iAK Di-congustant Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core'' Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give rout.d-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieve* headache. Lets you sleep through the Entire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. End needless suffering now-get SYNA-CLCAR in the blue and while ~.arion today. Satisfaction guaranieec . At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAR relief lasts longer, ko it actually costs let* SYNA- /• CLEAR ' distributing «hd processing plants. A student assembly at the Bryant school Friday recognized culmination of a patriotic venture engaged in by pupils since last fall, wnen they determined to try to buy sufficient war bonds and stamps to pay for an army jeep. It turned out that they bougnt not only enough lor the jeep at $1165, but had a surplus ol $441.60 to apply on sonic oilier project. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb had been married 25 years bunday, and that morning their daughter, Phm 3-c Margaret Plumb, a Wave, arrived from Santa Margarcta Ranch, Occansklc, Calif., on 15 day leave. * * * March 21, 1935 Presentation of a grand piano and stage scenery was made lor the auditorium at the high school auditorium by the nl- gona Community club this afternoon at 1:15 before a general assembly of students and public. Katnerinc McCall will play a piano solo, and Mrs. A. E, Michel, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. N. C. Rice, will give a vocal selection. Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn will then give a piano duet. The program will be short. Kossuth wild life enthusiasts learned that seven wild swan have been inhabiting a slougn on the old Rist farm in Irvington township this winter. The farm is tenated by the Otto 'Knudsons. These birds arc very rare in this part of the country; they are bigger than tame gecsc. Edith and Delia Welter entertained 16 guests at a bridge party Tuesday evening at the Stanton home. Mrs. C. N. Aalfs won high, and table prizes were won by Mrs. Kermit Setchell, Audra Benton, Gertrude Kuchenreuth- er, and Helen Zittritsch. Helen Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W> J. Becker, was married Saturday, March 9, to Everett E. Anderson at Elk Point, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. City. Lloyd and Either Pr«tt can* home yesterday from Ames. Lloyd, who attends the State college, will be here till Sunday, this being the quarter-end. Esther had been visiting him. Algona's two contestants, Isabel! Grecnbcrg and Wayne Moore, were eliminated from the state scries of declamatory contest in a second round at Rcnvvick last week. Each won a second, Isabell in dramatics, Wayne in humorous. Thelma Blinkman won $15 given away Saturday night at the Call theater. Miss Blinkman is cashier at State's Cafe. Twin Rivers girls given a big reception Bode — The Twin Rivers girls basketball team came home from the state tournament in DCS Moincs March 14. They were met at Hilltop cafe on 169 in Humboldt at 2 p.m. and followed by a mile long caravan to the school gym. Jean Klcve, mayor, and Eldon Collins, president of Chamber of Commerce, Humboldt, met them and presented them with a basket of flowers and a red rose for each player. The caravan was headed by Bodc's fire truck and the siren announced their arrival. Mr. Ward, principal, was master of ceremonies. Coach Swish- cr was the first speaker and he praised the team lor their playing ability and sportsmanship. Supt. Miller was unable to attend. Dick Schulze, Livermore, president of the school board, greeted the players. Mrs. D. Swisher, chaperone, told of the highlights the team enjoyed in Des Moines. The girls received red roses from the Livermore fans while in Des Moines. Walker served as maid of honor Anthony's of Humboldt sent a basket of flowers before they left for DCS Moines. Bode business men sent pink corsages/ Assistant Coach Broers also spoke for the team. Fibber McGee had remarks for the Livermore enthusiast^ Pastor Kraabel for Bode, arid Art Zeman for Ottosen. The gifls also had orchid corsages for tH6 champions parade. There weife cheers and school songs and la lunch was served the team, patents, coaches and chaperones,. Team members are Rita Nlel- son, Kristie Erdman, Gracia Kraabel, Susan Erdman, Meg Holmes, Kathy Myers, Ruth Bak< ken, Donna Cran, Kay Selvig and Janice Johnson. i The Ralph Olsons had Mrs Olson's relatives March 7 f6r the 4th birthday of their youngest daughter, Shari, arid Kim LcRoy, 1 year. Guests were the George Sol becks and the Robert Sol becks, of Humboldt, Harold Hinncrs, Gilmm'c City, and the Norval Hunxlert- marKs, Rutland. Tuesday evening the Ralph Olsons had Mr Olsons relatives, the Clarence Olsons, bode, Miles Cunninghams, Humboldt, Dean Paepers, Livermore. March 11 the George Solbecks had their 40th wedding when their three daughters and husbands and son and wife and. 10 ot their grandchildren had dinner with them at Treloar's in fort Dodge. Joyce Hanson, daughter of the Art Hansons, new to Omaha on March 16 to visit a friend, and men flew to Tucson,- Arix., to visit Mrs Henrietta Nasby. ' WINS STYLING PRIZE Ronald Aure, the Don Aures, Mrs T. M. Aure and Mrs Ber- tmiiL 1 Dale went to Ames 6n March 16 to attend a Bern'el hair styling contest in which. Mrs Ronald Aure won second. Mrs Aure's model was her si.-i- ter, Cindy Dale, Humboldt. Take PROVO taMets 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 • Algena Delicious dent of the seniors. Dodgeft- McGowan donated the eggs and Spfifigvale Creamery donated milk and butter, fathers of the seniors "flopped" the cakes, the mothers took care of eggs and sausages. Entertainment was by younger pupils on trampoline, and musical groups. Mrs Olive Peterson and Anna Ersland, near Hardy, called at Mrs Mollie Berge's March 14. The Edwin Ophiems, Northwood, visited Mrs Viola Thompson March 4 afternoon. Mrs Carl Opheim was also a guest. The Edward Jonnsons, MOUX City, spent the March 14 weekend at the parental Torger Johnson home. The Thor Selvigs visited the Guy Lothians at Methodist Manor in Storm Lake Monday. They also visited at the W. C. Nowell's, Fort Dodge. Mrs Nowcll is much improved in health and is working half days. Mrs Now- cll Sr., of Arkansas, is assisting in the home. The Selvigs took the Harold Hansons to Fort Dodge March 12. Mr Hanson went for a check-up at the hospital. •H-H-H"I-H"I"I"I"I I II I n-H-H"l"H"M H'M Mt M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I14HH-H-H-H I H I 1 •! 1 'H I i-H-i-H-HH-^-t-H-H-J-HH The Heflief Nielsens and AH Hampes were in Pocahontas on March 14 for the Malta Nielsen's 59th wedding. This was a lam' ily reunion. The Demory family moved to the Gilbert Holden property on March 15 in the west part of town. The Norman Hollands and the Art Christiansens went to fis* therville March 14 to visit the Fred Knutsons. The Clyde Thatchers, Mrs Se< val Holden and Mrs Mark Holland went to Bancroft one day recently to visit their mother, Mrs Susannah Bonnstetter, 90. a resident at the Hermitage. 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