Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1965
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t-AUONA (!»wt) AOVANCI MONDAY, MARCH J», IMS Moving days of old times are recalled Ottesen — The Ladies Rural Club met Wednesday with Mrs. Essie Cooper. Mrs. Roy Telford was co-hostess. Mrs. Edward Zinnel read the scripture. Mrs. Essie Cooper recalled moving on a March 1 when the weather was so warm that no coals were needed. tors. Roy Telford and Mrs. Edward Zinnel recalled moving to Oregon when they were young adults. Soon after they arrived and before their household goods came they lost their father, and had many new responsibilities fall on them. Mrs. Eugene Hofius recalled moving to a farm north and east of Ottosen, but the year was 1936 and the snow very deep, so they couldn't get here until March 11. Mrs. Mike Coyle told of coming from Benton county to Livermore in 1924. Their son Everett had whooping cough. She had hoped to stay with him a short while at the home of their landlord, but the landlord's home was posted with a measles sign. Another family look them in. Mrs. Kermit Fowler remembered moving from a small house where she now lives, to the big house, which had just been completed. Mrs. Annie Leist, lold of moving lo Humboldt. Mrs. W. G. Cooper lold of moving lo Humboldt and both her husband and Mrs. Helen Campbell who lived with them became sick. Myrtle Hewitt, guesl, remembered moving from the country to town, and what a novelty il was lo go. from room to roi'i" 1 pushing the light switch off and on, off and on again. She gave the lesson, Clothos and Dollars. The club will meet April 1 with Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann. Portland Mrs Victor Fitch The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon, March 25 in the home of Mrs. Axel Carlson with Mrs. John Miller assistant hostess. Fifteen members answered roll call, which was, "An interesting fact about Ireland." Mrs. Ralph Carlson and little son were guests. Members attending were: Viola Becker, Myrtle Zwiefel, June Krull, Sarah Stewart, Grace Trenary, Hazel Steven, Arlene Marlow, Mary Rasmussen, . Eva Shipler, Edith Jandl, Ella Lampe, Vera Fitch, Arlene Wood, Hilma Carlson and Betty Miller. Motion was made and seconded that the club donate two dollars for Easter Seals. The lesson, "A look at New Fabrics and Accessories", was given by Viola Becker. Fun Time was in charge of Eva Shipler and Vera Fitch. Mary Rasmussen and June Krull winning prizes. The next meeting will be held April 22, Mary Rasmussen and June Sparks hostesses. Roll call "An Easter Poem or Meditation". Program, "Care and Culture on Perennial plants, also plant seeds or bulb exchange. There will also be the showing of a Cancer film by Mrs. Randall Clark. Fun Time by Belly Miller and Hilma Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl were dinner guests in Ihe Clarence Diers home in Bancroft, a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven, accompanied by Mrs. John Opheim and famliy of Burl, were Sunday dinner guests in Ihe Milton Steven home. Mrs. Milton Steven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fry of Emmetsburg were also din- 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 RiNGSTEP PHONES: 21CQ7 — 2100$ — 60406 fief guests. Mrs. Ettaftbelh Kennedy went lo Fort Dodge Friday morning where she consulted a doctor for a check-up and visited some friends. Announce sale of Humboldt livestock barn It has been jointly announced that the Humboldt Livestock Commission Company, Inc., of Humboldt, Iowa, one of the largest auction markets in the corn- belt, has been sold lo a new Iowa corporation known as the Humboldt Cornbclt Livestock Exchange, Inc. The reported sale price was $200,000. The new owners will take ownership April 1, 196o. An extensive remodeling program is intended for the huge facilities. Officers lor the new corporation arc: David Moorhousc, president ind general manager; Bob Drake, vice-president and sales manager; John B. Powers, vice- president and yard manager; and Robert Patterson, secretary- reasurcr and office manager. Also included on the Board of Directors are Robert Kirkpal- rick, Joe Dodgcn, Dale Eraser, and Bill Thomas, all of Humboldt. Ex-Algonan's husband dies in Nevada Word has been received from Lottie Ward Wingert that her husband, Cyril Wingert, died Feb. 27 at Las Vegas, Nov. He had resigned his position Feb. 1 as overseer of the Nevada part of the Boulder Dam. Survivors are his wife and four children, also a sister Ethel Gardner and brother Harry Ward of here, and Mrs. Rose Ward, Britt, a sister-in-law. Kossuth County Advance SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I «m not now a regular tubteribor fa tht Koituth County Advance but would like to be. Begin my subscription immediately. Bill me for $5.00 the first of next month, — 102 issues — Delivered Monday and Thursday — I I I I I I I Services for Emil Haase, Burt, are held NAME .... ADDRESS Emil Herman Masse, 82, Burt, died at St. Ann's hospital March 24. Funeral services were held Saturday al 2 o'clock at St. John's Lutheran church with Rev. William Schcer officiating. Me was born January 6, 1883 in Germany, son of William and Pauline Colburg Hassc. June 20, 1917 he married Mary Wojahn in Emmclsbur. They have lived in Burt since 1937. He was a retired carpenter. Mrs. Masse died iiWl94G. Surviving are four daughters and four sons: Ruth Hasse, Iowa City; Alvina arid Albert, Burt; Caroline, Mrs. Paul Clausen, Ft. Dodge; Emil, Jr., Fairmont, Minn.; Paul, Burt; Esther, Mrs. Wendell Christensen, Wesley; John, Jackson, Minn. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren and a sisler and brother; Bertha, Mrs. Lou Hasse, Mansion, Wis., and William Hasse, Knoxville; One brother and a sister are dead. Pallbearers were Merlin Madsen, Duane Habeger, Carl Rey- nolds, Ernest Lavrenz, Howard Bait, and August Bernau. Burial was in the Burt Township cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Joseph Lentsch found dead at Livermore Liver-more — Funeral services for Joseph Lentsch, 55, a Livermore area farmer, were held Saturday morning in the Sacred Heart Catholic church here. Rev. Gerald Fisch was celebrant in the requiem mass arid burial was in the Mount Calvary cemetery with military rites at the grave. Mr. Lentsch was found dead of an apparent heart attack Wednesday night in a feed lot on his farm. Neighbors' discovered the body, paritally covered by snow. He had apparently been stricken while doing chores several days before. Mr. Lsntsch was born and raised at Livermore and was a lifetime resident except for four years of service in the Navy during World War II. He married 'Anna Capesius in 19J4 and she preceded him in death thfe* years ago. Two brothers and four sisters survive. They are Lawrence, Bode; John, Algona; Mrs. Claf> ence Fineran, Santa Ana, Calif.; Mrs. Lawrence Curfan, Hum' boldt; Mrs. Ted Jennings, Miller, S. D.; and Mi-s. Donald Shield, Nampa, Idaho. Nine cagers rale honorable mention Nine area cagers were given honorable mention on the Iowa Daily Press Association all-state basketball teams announced Thursday. Included were Dale Teeter, Algona; Roger Becker, Lakota; John Wickett and Bob Maass, LuVcrne; Bruce Balgeman and George Bargman, West Bend; Dick Barrett, Armstrong, and John Pedersen, Ledyard, and Bob Hatten, St. John's of Bancroft. Tom Anderson of Clear Lake and Dave Stauffer, Eagle Grove, were given third team all-state berth*. Others given honorable mention from the conference were Doug Grabinski, Clear Lake; Brad Hanson, Paul Green' berg and Fritz Wooster, ill of Eagle drove, ^ SERVICEMEN TERRY HUDSPETH Operation Gemini HI (FHTNC) — Machinist's Mate Third Class Terry S. Hudspeth, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Worth L. Hudspeth, Algona, was part of the recovery force during the first manned Gemini flight March 23. His ship, the destroyer USS Ault, was one of 20 vessels assigned to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration project. 4-H OFFICERS PICTURED The pictures of most Kossuth County 4-H club presidents and vice presidents who will be in Algona Saturday for the annual 4-H Day are pictured in today's BLOCKBUSTER SPECIAL AdVimei, iponsowd tsjf tfti in* ffi6M pictUMi will appeaf fhiifi' dividuii fitm wh«e thelf fciub day, will place its display, Several »»»•••»»••• MM I MM • M M CALL... 54234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating • Past Service •Competitive Rates • Dependable ; FUNK Plumbing & Heating ; South Dodge Algona ; | 1965 23- AS *' LOW B f: At i r i r u i. wooo <.. AB i M f 0; l4A«ni;l» Af TED t HASP IS WITH TRADE At i_ CHANNEL. TUN'INC- POWEH TRANSFORMER »' JNO PRINTED CIRCUITS CONVENIENT TERMS NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTE! ' •• ' ' 310 East State, Algona IN OUR STORE Valley Farmerettes (Picture Not Available) (Picture Not Available) LOIS JANSSEN , ,\ • Presidant CAROL JANSSEN Vice-President North Iowa AppSiance Center E .aster's fashion parade features the lovely look of true femininity, with graceful silhouettes, in flattering colors, fabrics. See the look, and make it yours, in our collection of suits, coats, dresses and costumes . , , totally right hats, accessor!::. fashionable For 93 ysars, THE CHRISC1I1LIJ7S STORE has been associated with QUALITY merchandise at reasonable prices. As the Easter season approaches, this reputation for unusual and individual QUALITY ready to wear and accessories' is paramount in every fashion-minded woman's mind. And always remember, courteous and experienced salesladies will make your selections easier and more satisfactory. Shop in quiet, restful comfort in Algona's oldest and most progressive shopping center. HIK HRISCHILLES STORE

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