Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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16 • gr) errs Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days . ly Erma Let Deim April 5, 1955 The local National Guard unit was one of ill Iowa units that Was to be mobilized as part of a surprise nation-wide alert. Operation Mthuteman was the first test of guard readiness in history. Thi Seneca senior class members had skip day Friday and returned home Saturday night after visiting these places: Josten ring plant and purebred horse farm at Owatonna, Minn., the school for the blind at Faribault, the Minnesota Colony and the institute for the mentally retarded. At Minneapolis they saw the Ice Follies. The Acorn club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. E. Anderson, Lakota. Mrs. Fritz Springis told of Easter in her native home of Latvia. Dr. Harold D. Meyer was master of ceremonies at a banquet of the Fourth District of the Iowa Society of Osteophathic Physicians and surgeons at Ma- . Mrs, M. 6. Bourrt* arid Rich* afd Palmer drove to Iowa 6tiy with the debating team and r^ maitied there UHtil-fiitUFday. A group of teachers had a housewarmihg for Atttidneile Botistelterv schoblnUrse, irt the Jfome just purchase 1 d frbtti the H. D. Cla'psaddles; A gift Was presented to Hel-.by the guests. AH Informal party w«s jlven Match 29 at the Max Mesirig hottife itt hoh.dr.bf the birthday bf their son, Wallacfe. The Clark Ortons ahd WebSter-'and the Louis fibers attended. A coffee was given as a fare- Well for Mrs. ttolmari Andefsdn at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Loreh Brown, Mrs. William Finn and Mrs. ..Willis CotWe'll were assisting hostesses; Attending were Mesdames Lyle Anderson, Don Asa, Rose Andersoh, At Borchardt, Alex -Dermand, Loretta Giffoh, B. J. Holcdmb, D C. HUtchiHsoH, MiHHie Jehsen, Casey Loss, Tom Lundell, Roy .McMahon, Adrian Sterling arid Ralph'Valentine. '-. • * * • * April 3, 1945 , Norm Rlee, manager of the Call theater, announced that Jerry Smith, popular ra"dio singer and yodeler, would appear in person at the Call theater with other familiar stars of WHO programs. Fire Friday afternbon at the Robert Blumer farm we.st of Lti- Verrie had totally destroyed a garage, a chicken house, and granary-corn crib at an estimated loss of $8,000. When Mrs. Henry M*hr, Burt, i taf'klHg 'fat tliti . name b'n ah egg that was shipped out; Spme time late she received a letter from set vic'emen In the Pacific saying the egg wa's in good shape, after having traveled some S,OK)0" miles* Mr. and Mri. C. W, r'atteriori* Buft, moved into the W. fl. QUir- toh house in Algona last week, During the last year thi Whittemore Boy Scouts had collect" ed 11 tons b* Wastebajilr, Of this tonnage 3,600 pounds was collected in the last week of the drive. Russell Medin had been the scoutmaster but after he we^nt to Klemmej Rev. R. Kitter* man of Good Hdpe, Was the leader. Mr. ahd Mri. Rutselt Cook had their house north of the Vera apartments redecorated preparatory to moving there, After five.yeafs at the A loon a hotel, Mr. arid Mrs; William Kerr have moved, They will manage a 100-room hotel at Tupelo, Miss, for a month or so. On their retUrii they Will locate in DCS Moines. The city of Algona was calling for bids on construction of a storm Sewer in one or two sections with the probable cost of $25,000. . Biggest eVerit of the week was to be the new Lions club "Charter Night" With Jack Shelley of WHO radio as speaker after the barlquet. ^ * ;. * ' * April 4, 1935 The Advance's sixth annual three-day cooking school was to open in the Bryant auditorium little girl fashions that can't for EASTER. . INI » WHO Barn Dance Frolic to.be held the next week in the high school auditorium. The junior class of the fitbnka school, under the direction of Coach Ted Dunmire ,went to Des Moines to visit the Capitol building, the state legislature, in session, Gov. Herring, Sen. .Patterson, the Historical building, the Bell Telephone Co. and the Des Moines Register. A delegation of Kossuth sportsmen had appeared before the board of supervisors to ask that relief labor be assigned for the establishment of bird-nesting and bird-feeding areas in the county. The request was granted. Newcomers to the Fenton area were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer from Harvard, 111. The couple had been married six weeks ago. The senior class of Lone Rock high school had chosen the play, A Poor Married Man. Taking parts were Tommy Long, Vincent Pearson, Eugene Blanchard, Margaret Householder; -,- Dorothy Dacken," Coila Hollistef, Margaret Gladstone, and Cleo Hobson. HOMEMADE CAMERA—Dennis Bruns, 10-year old son of Mr and Mrs Richard Bruns of rural 'Spirit Lake, produced a "good'.'j photograph with a camera he made as a result of his fifth grade class science project. He manufactured it from a cigar box, pieces of apple crating, top of a tin can and black paint. •*****^-HH-M-^-*--M"H-M Pert and pretty as Mother's. Bretons, bonnets, and half hats, in strawcloth and laces. White with pastel trim. 199 - f^mummmmmmmmm-mm.mmtmmmm Kossuth Cbunty Advance SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I am net Haw a regular subscriber to thi Kossuth County Advance but would like to be. Begin my subscription Immediately. Bill nil for $5.00 thi first of next month, 102 Issue* — bellied Monday and Thursday — NAME ADDRESS I I i i mm |Bjj| BJB^ Coaching work at Sentral in a hew line-up high school and Minnie Pdhnkuk, both Ti- Plans for the summer sports tonka. A chairman for Whittc- more has not yet been named. Township chairmen are Mrs, and music programs at Scntfal were also made. Swimming, baseball, and girls Softball programs will be managed by Lou Paulson. Warren Jones will continue the progi-am. instrumental music oh Mdnday. As at prfevibtiS Ad- Vance cooking schools, a iijfge MUmber of prlfces wfere td \$ |lv- etl away. The Advance wad also asking for favorite recipe! of the ladies Mio attended (0 be published later in the pa'&ir. Free rides to the cooking sctibol for Algoha women was fuftii^h- ed by the Kent Motor Cd. Casey Loss, deputy sheriff, bowled within a ooiht of a perfect scdre at the local alleys. His score. 299, Was a record for 1 the last three or four years. the local VFW was to sponsor a contest at the Legion hall for all who could play fiddles, .harmonicas, guitars, mandolins, and accordions, also anyone who could sing and dance. Tiie coh- Fenton — Supt. D. G. Keoppel of Sentral has announced three additional resignations and two additions to the teaching staff. ttdbert Burkgren has resigned as industrial arts teacher in high school to go to La Porte City. Grade school teachers resigning are Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr. as third grade at Feh- tb'n arid Mrs. Fred' Hiltoh, as testants would be entered in a I fifth grade teacher, Lone Rock, to go to the Burt school. One new teacher is Lewis Finch, formerly coach and teacher at Burt for your years now doing graduate work at Iowa City. He will be high school principal at Sentral next year. The other new teacher is John Thatcher, West Bend, who will be physical education director in all the grades and high school, and will coach high school girls Softball and junior high boys and girls basketball. He will graduate at Cedar Falls this spring. .. Plans for the coaching line-un at Sentral for next year include changes in the duties of two present coaches. Lou Paulson will coach both boys and girls basketball and girls track, and will be assistant football coach. James Woltz will teach high school sciences and will coach boys football and boys track, and will also assist with boys and girls high school basketball. Mrs. Warren Jones, who has worked half time in previous years, has been hired as full time vocal music teacher at Sen- Quitters at Mrs. Krvin Ruhnke's last Thursday were Mrs. Ole Pedersoii, Mrs. John Kuhnke. Mrs. Hugo fturninchaUs, Mrs. Paul Shtmach. Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Albert Mitcholl. Mrs. Melviti Rorkland, and Mrs. William DeWall. Guests last TupRrlny fnr Crair Thiesen's 4th birthday worn Mrs. Norman Rnllinger and »»lr!s Mrs. James Movor and boys Mrs. Robert R'trkprcn ami Rrad- Icy, Mrs. Charles Foye and HOM- nie, Mrs. .Torrv Rodin and rhilrl- ron, Mrs. Vic Drevor and C'ndv Mrs. Eldon nnnrnn nml Lori and Mrs. Donald Pricb" p"rl bovs. Crn'f? is th" "on of Mr ami Mrs Molvin Tlilo<!"n. Mrs. Frieda Sioms I" f 1 Wod- ncsclav bv piano from Fairmont for St. .Paul, to vi«H w't'i Ivr cousin. Mrs. Alvin^ ThiCr. T'i"v- dav both took a ulano for Phil- adclnhin to visit n eo'iciri. Mr"! Paul Mi'ller, arid IKM- hu < ?h<md. The Mullcrs. from Wiirt"n1vim. Germany, arc in PhilacHnli^ visiting their daughter and v«Ml return to Germany this month. Vtrs. Siems nlans to rnl'irn to Fonton somolimn I' 1 '** w rin k. Two nnohcws of Mrs. -r»onpld Priebe, Timmy n'id Andv Olson, are stnvin<* vv'th t.ho PrMws for an indefinite length of tiine while their paroits move frnm Mew Mexico to Kenturkv. The boys arrived in Iowa last Mon- dav. Edith Laaec, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, and Mrs. I-I. N. Wilborg. Ringsted, wore piifists o r Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Union; Mrs. Leon Martin, Cresco; Mrs. Donald Krause, Sherman; Mr. M. P. Schormann, Lotts Creek; Mrs Howard Sparks, Portland; Mrs Hot- lis Benschoter, Plum Creek; Mrs. Gerritt DeWaaf-d, Bilffald; Mrs. Fred Bentley, Wesley; Mrs John ABVANei-3 THURSDAY-, APRIL l> 1f6S Mullens, Prairie; Mf§ Albert Kramer, Whittemore; Mfs Allyn Brink, LuVerne; and Mrs. Perry Lowmah, trvington. The chair* man for. Riverdale township has not yet been named. Need Pfinlitig? Call Hie ADVANCE! Earl Reid, Estherville, last Wednesday. Chairmen for cancer drive are announced Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., Titonka, Crusade Chairman of the South Kossuth Chapter of the American Cancer Society, has announced the names of chairmen for the drive for funds. The Crusade will continue throughout April. Town chairmen include Mrs Briaa. Stewart, LuVerne; Mrs. J tral for high school and junior T. Maurer, Wesley; and Alice ON THE PURCHASE QF THE ELK CLEANERS We are most happy to be able to turn our business ov4r to a dependable young man like Wally Hill. We know he will offer competent and reliable service to the people of this area. Best of luck to him and we hope you will show him the fine patronage you Have given us in the past. HILL NORMAN & BOB PERRY est-dressed look for the family on parade. Only 9 days 'til Easter! Let us serve you now! Give your families' clothing the best of car* — let us serve you. Just a short time 'till Easter so call us or stop in this weekend. GALL 5-3447 For Free Pickup & Delivery ELK CLEANERS i WALLY HILL, Owner mar ice cool colors! Ask for Red, Peppermint Pink, or Blueberry Blue, and please riote those cool little heels I BREEZY, with a brisk skimlet heel; and DANCER, strapped to a jit heel. Truly refreshing ... as seen in Ingenue, to $ 9.95 "The Store with Shoes-Smart Shoppers Choose 5 HMIH mn mn mmmi HH i H ri HI nu mmi i m See These Salesmen! DURING OUR BILL RINGGENBERG 50,000 Used Car & Truck Sale Let Bill or Harold show you the many fine buys we have now during our $50,000 Used Car and Truck Sale . .. many units already sold, new cars and trucks now on our lots. Come in and see these salesmen or owner Dean Taylor this week. HAROLD KUCHENREUTHER SO USED CARS & TRUCKS with Sale Price Tags!! - ALL PRICES POSTED ON CAR WINDOWS DICK BIESELL - OUR SERVICE MANAGER Dick Biesell, shown at right, is our service manager and his years of experience guarantee that our used cars are reconditioned and ready to go. You'll g«»t a better deal always at TAYLOR MOTOR CO. ALL CARS Reconditioned AND Guaranteed FOR YOU! TAYLOR MOTOR CO 53504 'FQRD & MERCURY SALES 4 SERYICJ AI.GONA

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