Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1965
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Learn advanced sewing in night school GROUPED AROUND; their instructor. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, in the Advanced sewing class at Adult Education class are', from left to right: Mrs.'! Herbert .Hackbarth, Whittcmorc; Mrs. Clayton Pittman; Mrs. Phil Elsbecker; Bancroft; Mrs. Franklin Rusch, Whittemore;- Pat Krapp, 'Bancroft; Mrs. T. C. Hanson, Wesley; Mrs. William Bruhn, iFenton; Mrs. Ross Struthers; Mrs. James-Telecky; Mrs. Roger Buffington; Mrt: Seifers; Joyce Becker, Wesley; Mrs. Helen Scharmon; Jane Becker, Wesley; and Mrs. Gale Olson, Lone Ro'ck. Not pictured are Mrs. L. L.,Lease, Wesley; Mrs. Blanchard, Lone Rock; Mrs. Helen Leigh; Mrs. Carman Adams; Mrs., Robert Walker. V Exclusive, Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. SOCIETY 50TH ANNIVERSARY The, Four Corners Mother arid Daughters club will have its 50th anniversary April 6 with a banquet at Van's Cafe. Members of the club lived in the neighborhood around the four corners where the townships of Whittemore. Cresco, Union and Lotts Creek joined, northwest of Algona. The first meeting in 1915 was at Hazel Dalzicl Lusby's. Several charter members are living. Mrs Arthur Cruikshank was the first president. The purpose of the club is to make a better community in which to live. Educational programs are given at each meeting. ' in- SHOWER DATED MONDAY Relatives and friends . are . vited to an open house hbnorin," Carolyn Sabin at a wedding shower, Monday evening, April 5, 7:30 p.m. at the Good Hope Methodist church. Carolyn, daughter, of Leo Sabin and the late Mrs Sabin, will be married April 17 to Jerry McArthur at the Little Brown church, Nashua. Noinjoriesin Tuesday crash; two others checked There .were no injuries Tuesday in a collision between a car and a'Kossuth County maintainer one mile north and three west of Algeria 1 about 1:20 p.m. Deputy sheriff Don Wood investigated and reported a car driven >y Lois M. Camp, Algona, col- ided with the county maintainer operated by Ralph Markla, also of Algona. The ! Camp machine was going north and the county equipment was backing up when the wing of the machine caught in a drift. Damage .to the, car was 5250 but the not damaged. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Duplicate bridge will be played Monday, April 6, at 7:45 p.m. at .the Legion'hall. This will bo master point night. Mr and;Mrs Leo Mergen had as Sunday evening guests Mr and Mrs Pat Dooming and Mr and Mrs Robert Loss Jr. mairitairier was of Wesley, was coming up in back of the truck 4 artd could not iJ in time.to avoid hitting the truck from the; rear. The truck was not damaged but the car had $125 in damage. No charges were filed. Charges! of ailing to yield the right-of-way "were filed against Dfean Mcliravy of'Burt in a two- car 'collision -there last Thursday afternoon about 4:45 p.m. Marshal W. H. Steward investigated. According to Steward, Mcllra vy was on the wrong side ofitlu street and failed to yield the right-of-way when his machine collided with a car driven by Madonna Vogql,, also .of Burt, at an intersection. The Mcllravy machine had $250 in damage while the Vogel car had $150 in damage. Deputy sheriff Larry Hudson checked a car-truck crash on the Wesley main street Saturday. A truck owned by the Farmers: Co-op. Society and operated by Robert J. Hudspeth, Wesley, was traveling east when he stopped and backed up. A car driv rites at Swea City Fred C. Newlin, 86, died Saturday at his Swea City farm home. Funeral services for him were held Tuesday .after noon at the First Baptist church at Swea City with the Rev. W. B. Cain officiating. Burial was in the Harrison township cemetery. Mr. 'Newlin, a resident of the Swea City area for the past 20 years, had been in declining health for several ,years. He was born Nov. 12, 1882 at Rose hill, 111., and on July 9, 1.903, was married to Margaret Peters in Illinois. The: couple came to Iowa in 1915 and he ; was known tKfbugff out the state for, his purebred hogs. He moved to a farm near Swea City in 1945. His wife survives as well as a son, Darrel of Swea City; a daughter, Pauline Newlin, at home; a brother Clyde of Monterrey, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs Maude Ford, Ada, Minn. 10 - 20 • 3<K A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Deim MARCH 29, 1955 BREAKS HIP IN FALL West Bend — Horace Orton broke his hip in a fall outside of his home here last week. He is a patient at the Paloi Alto Meen by Richard L. Gardner, also modal hospital at Emmetsburg. Dick Strayer Wat the winner of a $100 defense bo.nd given a way by Algona merchants last Friday night as part of an inau gural Friday night opening program. ' A total of 30 young men from five Kossuth county towns were initiated into the newly-organiz ed DeMolay chapter last Wed nesday night at the Algona Ma sonic lodge. The play, "Which U The Way To Boston?", will-be presentei by a group of Algona high schoo students at the Play Festival a Iowa City Thursday. Included are Richard Schmitt, Ailene Quaday Larry Obrecht and Sharon Powers. Technical crew members are Kay Braytori ahd Beverly James. fc Mrs Carl Morek, Jr. and Mr* Harry Greenberg are taking ov-- er the Saturday morning story hour at the library for a few, weeks during the absence of Mrs Nat Bangs Jr., now on vacation with her husband in Florida. .. Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge at- m>lm follies at Moines Sutttfiy* Mr* A. ft, Wlllr** and M>» Ben WibbeH gave a linen sh6wef Thursday evening ft* Llla Ma> Wibben, Whose engagement and approaching marriage to HeniV DeWali of Titonka, has been an- flounced. MARCH V, 1945 A ffNMnlftfl wAft nfclo WWIflM" day evening at the high school juilding for the. purpose of dis- ussing. and explaining MPR 580 on retail ceiling priteS for certain apparel and, house furnishings. Betty Courtney, student nurse at the Broadlawns hospital, Des Moihes, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Courtney. Brail Wright, manager of the Graham store, and Mrs Wright entertained the clerks and the husbsffld* at dinner at c<>6k's last week Tuesday., Place cards were long ago pictures of the guests, and dinner , partners were found by identifying the likenesses. ; The recent Market Day sale at LuVerne was a big success from start to finish. Some arti cle's sold and resold were-threi oosters which brought $15.75 Itogether. The sale netted $157 or the Red Cross; MARCH 2*71935 Supervisor W. E. McDonald has received word from state headquarters that 19 more Kossuth boys will be accepted by :he CCC between April 1 andtlS. The annual Des Moines Regis- er county spelling contest-was leld last week in the courtroom with 44 contestants. Richard Brink, LuVerne, won both the written and oral spelldown and will; compete in a'n interstate contest at Sioux City. Runnerup was Maxine Stott, Titonka. Grading prepiratofy fo paving* will start tomorrow on No. 169 just this side of the second bridge south of Algona and will progress towards town. The local re-emplbyrrient office is f urn- -ALGONA (Ittwa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 1, Engaged • MR. AND MRS. Raymond Met zen, Algona,'Announce.plans for the May 8th marriage of their daughter, Phyllis Jean, to .Wil liam' Robinson, son of Mr am Mrs E. E. Robinson, also of Al gona., •••••. : Help* rtcover from ocean Ofttritian feffiirtf Hf Airman Philip E. USN, son of Mr. and MfS. Efwin Heidorfer of Bancroft, partici> >ated in the recovery project Gemini's astronauts and craft March 23, While serving as a crewmember of the, anti-submarine warfare support aircraft carrier USS Intrepid. All crewmembers underwent teriSiVe training in recovery. techniques for several weeks prior ' to the mission ,. . . His ship, 6ne of twenty desig nated as recovery ships\ WaS. as signed an area along the track of the spacecraft's path. The re covery* area, after completion 01 the three orbits, was calculatee to be between Cape Kennedy and the Canary Islands. UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustee of the Algona Municipal Utilities wa held at the Algona Hotel, March 16 1965, at 12:01 o'clock P.M. Present were: Allen K. Buchanan, Me vln Bay, T. James Palmer, Supti, Repre sentotives of Buell 8. Winter Eng.' vCo Sioux City, Iowa, A. F. Atsatt, repfesen' ing Cooper-Bessemer, Corp., ond'Jrd Kon Secretary. , 19*5, werf redd and approver „ Moved by Buchanan, seconded ty foy, ffiff W§ wtierWH. payoBMf b» opprojed ihd outhbflzed paid as .^"L ff?" oil, voting "Aye", BuchanoW bftd Bay. 'otlhg "Nay", hone. $6fjen coaled. ,1\ .48 ,.99 ,-, 231.4-t 188.37 Co.. jse %rarrage uu., Ffelghf .-» • W, Sullivori, P.M., Postagi ,.. 6, _ ray DX:,Oil Co., Diesel Fuel 254, 'dy Roll, Pay Rol ' S3 « /Iilt6h 0. Bllyeu, Labor ' ' Hentges, Lobof Wilbur E. BfUhSf, Labor ---- .. irldh Rike, Lobor ......... H'79 OWd State Bonk, Tax -----Soc. Set. Fund, Sac. See. Tax - Ucklef's Ins., Ins. ._.-. — ,*- reasurer of Koss. Co., Taxes . SSx 283.69 .58.73 1, 342.70 _ Labor ..-Maurice krebsbo"ch,' Labor -- t John Wood, Labor --Iowa State Batik, Tax Soc. Sec. Fund. Sot. Sec. Tax — North Cen. Pubs. Sef. Co., Gas „ T. JdmeS f ' ~ 3| : 8*;2 89.20 5^.45 26?JO lowd State,Bank, Tax ^ J.,., *t4$0 •• Then there was discussion.^on completion of Power Plant In representatives of. Buell A resolution Sections 1, 3 8. Improvements with & Winter Eng. , , brbvements, subject to accepting t , jp- item*, designated c^proving ahd 4, of Power Plant in Engineer's'Report, was passed, approved and adopted.-- ' .; Then there was discussion prt.the operation of the new Cooper-Bessemer engine With A. F. Atsoftr sptcial repfesentdflve of the Cooper-Bessemer Corp. • Next meeting date was set for April I, 1.965; dt 7f30 d'clock P.M. Meeting' adibilrned.' .. /s/ IrO »tohl Secretary /s/ Allen K. -Buchanan President' of the Board Published In, the Algpno Kossuth ; . • County Advance, Aigona, Iowa; "April '!," 1965. ; >••»»»»»»»•»»»»< OF YOUR ON HOME ishing all labor, and local labor is to be used throughout as. far. as possible. Checks for a fourth 10 per cent dividend from the Kossuth County State bank may be obtained by calling at the bank today. This is hot a final dividend. With financial conditions improving, it is Hoped that the bank will pay out better than Other banks, liquidated during the depression. ' ^ * The 1935 hunting and fishing licenses are on sale this weekend. The legislature this winter changed the license fees for the combination ,to $1.50, it was $2:50. The fishing license is lowered to $1. Last year's high fees cut] sales. The Nelson hardware announces a Glow Maid range cooking and bakjng demonstration at the store all day this week Saturday. Charcoal will be used for fuel, and the stove in use will have nothing but a short length of paper smokestack, yet there will be no gas or smoke. An expert will bake bread. Prizes will be given away, and there will be free souvenirs. The American citizenship department of the Iowa Federation of Woman's Clubs has been conducting a survey to determine how many women in Iowa are Voting. Data here was compiled from the 1934 Kossuth poll books and the old age pension colls. The survey was made by Mesdames Claude Samson, T, H Holmes, L. W, Keith and W. J Payne. Margaret Durant is the county chairman of the woman's clubs, NOTI A film and slide-illustrated lecture on fatrtstesd aatotrtation has been planned for farm operators in this area. If you want to find out how automation can really pay off, now is the timie. Pork producers will want to see a new filrii showing how pigs are taken from the sow in an actual S.P.F. surgical operation. You'll learn the most recent developments in confinement production of both swine and beef. Techniques of .grain drying and the storage of grain, silage and haylage will be coveredi in detail. Even the ladles should be intrigued by the slides and story of modern egg production systems. . •''.'•".'• Free—authoritative manuals, written by uniyersity specialist and combined in a valuable Farmstead Planning Kit, given free to every farmer attending. , i . j Free Refreshments—Door Prizes. . If you goal is bigger profits^you can't,afford, to rniss this-big Farmstead Modernization iCUnici ; ^ Knights of Columbus Hall — Vi Mile East of-Algona on Highway IS --HERE'S THE PROGRAM — 10 a.m. to Noon This program will be on, confinement'buildings for chickens, hogs, cattle. Special films for, SPF liogft ptesentedtby Jerry Joseph. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Grain. Drying -^ latest\n^thods^y>Jerry-JosephV 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Corn and Bean Combining by a representative of J. I. Case Co. 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Grain Storage Buildings and r Today's Reseal Program and ASC Loans. . Co-sponsored by TAVLM IMPLEMENT CO. and BeMM Mfg. Co., CtkmbM, Nsbr. : : '.>'•'• '" ».lV ' -'I.'''-' . No Admission Charge < SEE US »BOUT A HOME LOAN TODAY! Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. SINCE 1917 ACCOUNTS FULLY INSURED TO 119,000* "Save Frpm Ths IQth — E*rn From The First" — ALQ0NA, IQWA OUT OP THK ORDINARY AND INTO AN Slip Into thlt teautifully d«uiM Air Step with it» slim, trim toe, yet with p»tnty of wiffle room. An unfrrlay of frp*tedcalf»dd«*ihtOipumB, SLACK PATENT RED PATENT SLUf PATENT iONE PATENT ALL All WIDTH! ALL HEEL HEIGHTS

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