Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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(lews) A5VANGE THURSDAY, MAY 6,1965 AIN STEM BY JULIAN CHRISCtllLUS "Twin Honored by State Awards 11 car. A Bible Vacation school for teachers and training clifile was held Tuesday in the Ajgona Methodist church. Attefldirig from LuVerne were Mrs. MARCIA PARRISH calls her sister at Seattle, Wash, just once a year or so but last Wednesday morning she decided to call . . . however, the operator kept telling her to call back later . .- . Marcia tried several times mi hour until the middle of the afternoon when she finally reached her sister . 4 . and the first words she heard were — "We are all right!" The sister assumed that Marcia was calling because of the earthquake but actually she hadn't even heard there had been one there and it 'was by pure coincidence that she had called that morning. * ^> j. 1* *p IF YOU WERE curious as to why flags were out on Algona's State street last Saturday, May I. yon were not alone , . . wo were told they wore but for "May Day," which wo assumed was a Communist holiday . . . however, other Iowa towns also had their flags out so I guess it's legal. * * * After an Iowa Geological Survey recently, a report was made last week there is a possibility that commercially feasible magnetic iron ore deposits are located within a 12,000-square mile area in Northwest Iowa . . . and Kossuth county is right in the heart of that area . . . "Precambrian rocks in other parts of the world contain metallic ores of economic importance," the announcement stated, "and the results of a study indicate that this could be true of Northwestern Iowa." AN INTERESTING sidelight to the 2nd annual Bulldog Relays held here Saturday night (besides the 43 new records of the 49 events) was a comparison of times and distances between the three divisions — the six largest schools were in Class A, the next six in Class 13 and the six smaller schools including five Kossuth high schools in Class C. The Class A division teams were best in 10 events, while Class B teams won only three and the Class C group of schools won four events. Most noticeable was a 4:48.3 mile by Swea City's Kockler won in the "open" division. The other three events were won by Meservey-Thornton athletes. Algona's medley relay team had the best time in that event and this was the only event Algonn won (also, since the 7th, 8th and 9th grade trackmen did not win an event earlier in the week in the Bullpup Relays, this was the only blue ribbon for Algona junior or senior high athletes which doesn't speak very highly of our track strength for the next few years. trophies. Others were Everett registered Mrs Stone circle the Schipull and and Bea McCurry; Betty Hanson and Chuck Sor- cnscn; Harding Hanscn and .foyco and Dick Nielsen. | Mr*. Jess Llndebak, LuVerne, 'was taken by ambulance to the j Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, i Friday for medical treatment. L Mr. Lindebak has been a mcdi- fcal patient there since April 22. i Mfi. Georgia Bart on is a med\ ical patient in Mercy hospital, | Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sam Hanks/ formerly Alice Hedrick, Los Angeles, Calif., came Saturday to visit her parents the William lied- ricks. Mr. Hanks accompanied her and went to Indianapolis, Ind., to help with the Memorial Day race. He was national winner of races several years ago. Mrs. Lueinda Stone, Mrs. L. B. Shcllon, Mrs. William Goel- sch, Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Duane Neal, Mrs. Carl Swanson attended a WSCS conference in the Methodist church in Webster City. There were 754 aid Marty, Mrs. Harold Wolf, Mrs. Allen Blake and Miss Beth Neal. The Harrison Cords were weekend visitors with their children in DCS Moines. They arc the new owners of the Village Pump. ^;' Mrs. Amy Mines, Tama, Vltft- ed her nephew, the Bert RatttUs- es April 20. Mrs. Mines was eh- route to Redwood Falls, Minn., where she was joined by a sister, Mrs. Esther Ballard, oil a trip to Canada. They tyeftt to visit their sister, Mrs. Mary Studer who is seriously ill, The Biddies and Kiddle* 500 card club met with Mrs. Herman Schulz April 27. High, Mrs. Larry Henderson, low, Mrs. Jerry Stillc, nine bid, Mrs; Jessie Stripling and travel, Mrs. Charles Hinz. Guests were Mrs. Hinz, Mrs. Stripling and Mfs. Douglas Holmes. Talcing a pr«-e«lleff ttftt Sat, urday in Port Dodge from the LuVerne school were Jane Matt' selman, Elaine Schfiakenbefg, Tom Erpelding, Earl Win, Inerd Martinson. The William Goetsthes visited Sunday in Pocahontas with her aunt and uncle the L. J. El- bcrts. Mrs. William Goefieh, Lu- Verne and hef mother Mrs. Jack Sykcs, Livertnore, went April 30 to Sioux City. They will visit daughters, the Jon Putnams and Sheryl Ooetsch. Mrs. Goetsch goes for a check iip on the arm she injured several months ago. The Ralph Dimlers and Mrs, Bonnie Ellifritz attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs. George Hood in St, Olaf's Lutheran church In Bode April 27. Sunday guest* of the Jack Guys were his sister, the Leonard Collinses, Humboldt, her parents, the Charles Heinkels and her grandmother, Mrs. Sula , LuVefne. fhi Ddnovari f*riors, Storm Lake, have a 9 lb. 2 oz. son born Monday, April 26, in a hospital there. He will be called William for his grandfather, William Pfior, LuVerne, and the late Mrs. William "Peg" Prior. They have another son and daughter. Ex-LuYerne man dies in California !A former LuVerne man, John GfOeders, died in a hospital at Santa Ana, Calif. Wednesday, wjhere he was vacationing. He w»s a resident of Ruthven and funeral services will be held on Monday at Emmetsburg with burial there. i He was born at LuVerne and moved to Palo Alto county with Wis parents when he was five yfears old. He was married to the fbrmer Margaret Kliegl of Whit- tfemore in 1908. She survives as djo eight children, none of whom Hue in this county. There are also two sisters and one brother. Jim St. John wins car in local contest SHOWN ABOVE is Jim St John, Algona (right) receiving the keys for a 1958 Plymouth 4 dr. sedan from Jim Schenck of Percival Motors. The car was given In a free drawing dflflng Dodgi Week in which all ihow« room visitors were eligible to registe'f. ; : ;•... ; ../ . '; - •• «*•«**•*»•**•*••**••*••« SAND BOX SPECIAL! At a speeial project Hie Alftena junior Chamber of Commerce will make available children's Play Sand Boxes. They will be made with tractor tire* for the enclosure, with an adequate tup- ply of fine, clean tend,. Price complete and installed to any one in Algona. ONLY $3.60 Pleate phone in your order to Tom Klssner, project chairmen, 295-7166, or 295-3737, or leave /our order at Carton's Paint Store. (Installation will begin en Saturday, May 8 and end Saturday, May 15. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoee New officers for LuVerne BandMothers LuVerne — Tlie last meeting of the year of the Music Mothers cjiib was held Monday, Apr. 26 at the high school with the president, Mrs. Allen Blake presiding. Election of new officers for 1965-1966 took place. Elected were president, Mrs. Orville Hurlburt; vice, Mrs. Melvin Mar- ty; sec., Mrs. John Pcrgande, and trcas., Mrs. diaries Hanselman. Mrs. Blake was hostess and served refreshments, SCOTCH DOUBLES END The final Scotch Double bowling party was held 'Sunday at the LuVerne Lanes. First were Virginia Sor'erisen and Harding Hanson, second, Mary Skogino and Ben Hefty. 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