Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
Page 18
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4—ALGONA (lew«) ADVANCt -THURSDAY, MAY 13, •*»«oM»Meeeee»»ww+w»»»e»»»»»+»»»»»»»»«» 4 »»«»» Around Algona byONlETADIDRlKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey and two children drove to Shakopee Saturday for an overnight visit with her parents, the Julius Blinkmans. Fred Bolin, formerly of Wesley, now living at. Berkeley. Calif., drove with his trailer to Iowa and now lias it parked at the Gerald Kochleau farm southwest of Algona. He made a leisurely trip, five days cnroute, is taking care of business matters in this area and may remain most of the summer also visiting friends and relatives. (However, after her return home on April 21 it was x-rayed and the ankle bone found to be cracked so a cast was put on. Mrs. Hoy Hutzcll has now discarded her crutches for a cane. She loo had a broken foot bone, though in the instep and is aiso wearing a cast. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Brown, Trenton, Mo., came Friday to spend the weekend and Mother's Day at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Rex Taylor, and family. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen who spent several weeks here at the Jas Lytles, their daughter's home, on return from Texas, are now in Minneapolis visiting their sons Dick and Bob fcnd after two weeks with Bob's family will continue on to Leech Lake and get settled in their trailer, left there last fall, in time for opening of the fishing season. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter drdve to Missouri last week Tuesday to visit Mrs. Potter's brother, Gene Harris, at Springfield, and their mother, Mrs. •Harris, at Joplin. At the luncheon meeting of WSCS held last Thursday at the Methodist church dining room, a Memorial Service honored four members deceased during the past year. They were Mes- danies Mary Miller, Dorothy Sabin, Bertha Godl'redsen, and Ada Malueg. Life Memberships were given to Mesdames Don Nelson, George Scufl'ham, Harvey Steven, and Arthur Benschoter. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Pannkuk and children, Minneapolis, came j for Mother's Day weekend with ! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. FrctTT Pannkuk, who were also visit- > ed on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Art Tiely., ol Lakota. Lucille Black who works at Lackland Air Base in San Antonio, Tex., her sister Mary, Mrs. Robert Cnpps, Toronto, Ontario; and their brother, Paul Black, of Dayton, Ohio, arrived Wednesday 01 last week and arc staying at the home of their sister, Mrs. Gco. Kain. Their mother, Mrs. Belle Black, who has been a patient at St. Ann for some time, was critically ill at the time this was written and the children did not know how long they might remain here. days at Iowa State. Alice Weber-. D*n N«, 4 of Cub Sttwti Mansfield, St. Louis, natidfl.il whose leader ii Mrs, Jto Lytle The Emmet County Historical Society is planning to visit the Kossuth County Museum rooms next. Sunday where Open House will be held from 2 to 5 in the afternoon and the local public is also cordially invited to come in also during the afternoon. Mrs. Steve Wickliffe entered Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge on Monday expecting to have minor surgery performed Wednesday and hoped to be home within a day or two. Willard Snustad, vocal instruc-j tor at Algona high school, flew to the west coast the weekend of May 1, and has accepted a position to teach music next year in a Junior high school at Glendpra, Calif. Mrs. Snustad has a sister living there who will be looking out lor living quarters for the family who expect to move when they can dispose of their home here. The Snus- tads have three children, two daughters and a small son. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz of Titonka, are leaving tomorrow for a fishing trip to Steamboat Lake, near Cass, in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Chas. Patterson has been wearing a walking cast for the past two weeks. While she was visiting at her son Gardner's in Princeton, N. J., she missed a step when coming down stairs and turned an ankle which was thought only to be sprained. Kenneth Medin came from Moorhcad, Minn., and was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Sam Medin to Des Monies on Wednesday for an overnight visit, at the home of his daughter Sandra. Mrs. Medin had the cast removed trom her wrist, broken some weeks ago in a fall, and now is carrying it in splints during the day. Kenneth and his son Doug accompanied his parents to their cottage on Woman Lake to assist in getting out the dock, boat, etc., then all returned to Moorneau for a few days but will return to Woman Lane for the opening day of fishing on Saturday. Mrs. Tom Thompson, Des Moines, drove here Tuesday evening, to be with her parents after her father, Albin Spongberg Was taken to St. Ann hospital on Monday. The daughter-in- law, Mrs. Vernon Spongberg, came by bus Sunday evening from Davenport and plans to remain for a time. Rosemary llachael Gisch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Giscli, and John Albert Wibe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wibe, Chanton, were married April 24 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Msgr. P. P. Gearen, officiating in the double ring ceremony. Tnc bride was attended by Madonna Gisch, her sister, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Virginia Gisch, sister of the bride, and Debra Specht. best man was Thomas Wibe, DCS Moines, and groomsmen were Dennis Gueraet, Armstrong, and Charles 0. Wibe, Chanton. Walter Mescher, Burt, and Lowell Klemme, Merrill, were ushers. Acolytes were William Milder, Rooert Bestenlehner, Donald Frank! and Daryl Gisch. Soloist, Gerald R. Wibe, Chariton, was accompanied by Sister Mary Virginia Marie. A reception was held at the Gisch - Wibe wedding o K of C hall after the mass. Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Livermore, had the guest book and Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCleish Were hosts. Mary Gisch, Dianne Gisch, Ruth Arencl and Helen Kienitz served punch. ; Mrs, Lowell Klemme, .Merrill, and Mrs. Richard Mescher, Bancroft, cut the cake. Waitresses were Ella Pritchard, Carol Thoreson, Ft. Dodge, Lucile Gade, Betty Lichter, Lorraine Arcnd and Ann Kienitz, Bancroft. Mrs. Luke Hamilton, Mrs. Dennis McCleish, and Lillian Gisch opened gilts. Out of town guests were from Le Mars, Chariton, Des Moines, Sioux City, and Waterloo, i They are living in Ft. Dodge where she nurses at the Lutheran hospital and he is with the Electrical Material Co. Photo oy Glenn's Studio. -'•." president, gave the address ind other state officers attended, BMgetta Whittemore, Algana, and others from the Iowa wes< Icyan chapter at Mt, Pleasant were there, but ho one ffoiii the Ames campus where Vel< shea was being celebrated. Mrs. Mawdsley stopped again at Newton enroute home and spent part of Mother's Day with Dolores. ... ••* Mr. and Mrs. C, 0. Drum' mond, Blowing Rock, N. C. are guests at the home of the latter's brother, D. C. Hutchison, and also go frequently to Spirit Lake where Mr; Drummond's sister, Mrs. Bert Ash, is hospitalized as a result of an auto accident. Mrs. Drumtnond is well remembered here as the former Isabel Hutchison. The Algona Federated Woman's Club met Monday for a 9 o'clock Coffee with Mrs. Geo. Wolf. Members answered roll call by giving News on the U.N. The program, Know Your Neighbor, was presented by Mrs. J. B. Asa, who dealt mostly with the new nations of Africa. The club voted to purchase a copy of the book, "Masterpieces Of Religious Verse" to be presented to the Algona Library in memory of Mrs. L. J. Malueg. It contains more than 2,000 poems on a variety of subjects written by 900 poets. A benefit "coffee" will be held by the club early in June to raise funds for their contribution to the Good Samaritan Home. TTBBWV B^V»U**I may AYUOf UHo &J Y UC visited (he Algona Fire Station Wednesday afternoon after school and wefe shown around by Chief Ralph Elbert, The eight boys in the pack arc: Mike McGitinls, torn Phillips, Tom Kolp, Kurt Lytle, Patrick Rooney, Chuck Reding, Mark Meyer, and Jeff Koob. Frtd Skinner, • former Algona boy, was recently featured in a Miami newspaper and later in the State Journal-Register of Springfield, 111., his home town, for his phenomenal catch of Tarpon on a recent vacation at Marathon, Fla. On 11 or 12 trips out he landed 19 of the fighting fish, eleven of them in five days and won four citations in the Miami Metropolitan Pishing con* test for the largest one, 115 pounds, and some smaller, since citations are given for anything over eighty pounds. His catch during his stay, the 19 fish, weighed 1,500 pounds. He was pictured with the biggest one but the fish do not need to be MUSCULAR ACHES. PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and 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 Algona, Iowa landed to be entered In the contest only drawn close enough to the boat so that the guide can touch the .leader, Fred's old Wends here" well remember htf love for fishing during his boy! hood yeats and he now thinks tafpoti the finest sport of all. I DELIGHTFULLY FEMININE.. WONDERFULLY CONVENIENT! Princess Phone 750 MONTHLY (11.75 i» exteniiofl) Plus (lit iiid Installation. TO ORDER, call the telephone business office, or ask your telephone man, >sv Northwestern Bell Mrs. Otto Schmidt is in the Park hospital at Mason City. Sunday morning, as she was leaving church she missed the bottom step and fell, She was taken to St. Ann for x-rays and it was found she had broken a hip, so an ambulance took her to Mason City where surgery was performed Sunday alter- noon and she will remain there for several weeks, but it was thought slie would be in a wheel chair very soon. The Henry Guderians, neighbors, drove to Mason City to call on her Monday afternoon and found her in good spirits. of her son, Arnold Hill, and was honored Sunday morning-at'the 1 Methodist church service as the mother present who had traveled the greatest distance to be here on Mother's Day. Under a plan set up by the County Superintendent's office, classes studying Iowa History are enjoying visits from guest I speakers. On Monday morning Mrs. Arthur Benschoter, Mrs. Howard Rancy and Mrs, Lyle Raney, representing the Irvington Township Farm Women gave talks on Early History to the 7th and 8th grade students in Algona public schools, Mrs. Aug. Slagle, representing Plum Creek Township women, was assigned to the upper grades at 3ryant school and Union Township women, headed by Mrs, Wm. Dodds, will speak at St. Cecelia's. Similar programs are baing done all over Kossuth Mrs. Vern Krogman, Lincoln, Neb., was a guest from Saturday to Wednesday at the home MOTOR, BOAT AND TRAILER INSURANCE Don't worry. With Auto* Owners Boat Insurance, you're completely protected—even when your motor falls overboard. Fire and theft and collision protection too. Call your Auto- Owners agent today and protectyour boating invest* ment with Autg-Qwners Boat Insurance, RICKLEFS - GEELAN Insurance Agency Phone 5-2491 ALGONA county in Social Science classes of upper grades. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reid spent Sunday, May 2, at Ringsted where they called on old i'nertds and attended the 25th anniver-r sary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Madsen, who were neighbors years ago on adjoining farms. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bleich left Monday for Hackensack, Minn., to remain for a time at their cabin on Woman Lake. Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley drove to Newton Friday afternoon where she visited with the daughter Dolores, who teaches Library, at the high school, and remained there overnight. On Saturday she drove on to Iowa City to attend 'State Day of Pi Beta Phi, Fraternity of Women, to which she has belonged since student PAINT A MONEY • SAVING MESSAGE FOR PROFIT -MINDED FARMERS . . . MORE POWER! MORE With PROFITS! THERMOGAS] DATE! l»M« 10 ' IMKHOUSl Save $ 1^ A Gallon LATEX HOUSE FAINT Protects \Ff V the Surface / IggjS for • when applied according to directions on container. NO PRIMER NEEDED ON REPAINT WORK! Use on any paintable exterior surface. Dries fast- dust, bugs, rain can't affect the surface. Fume and mildew resistant. Paint when you please—even ^^ , on damp surface! Blister-IB resistant! Clean-up no prob-*P| lem — just rinse tools with water. 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