Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 17, 1965
Page 9
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AIN STEM •v JULIAN CHRISCHILUS Hetitmingseti's J, C! Wilson, is i ted the ughtef, Mrs. Belffiond. Bernard Erdrnan, Cedar Rap- ds, spent May 6-7 With his nother Mrs. Olive Erdman, and iis sister, Mrs. Chas. Vestrem. Mrs. Shartetie Hirfter, Christi and Mtchele, moved last week to Etntfietsburg from the 6eo. ttifner farm, ttey Hiffter died in May of last year. Mrs. Theresa Poertsch was brought home over the weekend from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been a week for medical care, the' A. N. Richtsmeiers went to Minneapolis Sunday to visit their son the Vincent Richts- meiers and see their grandson born last week. They also have a small daughter. A dinner was held Sunday at ,toe Skpw's. Guests were the Rev, Walter Morses, Algona, Geo. Seabergs, Karl Kiilsholms, ahd E. M. . Paulsons. It was Mother's Day and also the birthdays of Rev. Morz and Joe akow. Mrs. Laura Richtcr and Jack had as their Mother's Day guests the Ed Dusolds, Mason City, and the Ed Richters, Bancroft. The Luke Youngwirths had as Mother's Day guest? the Bill Ludwigs, Jack and Mike Vitz- thurns and the parents, the Geo. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCt-J ' MONDAY, MAY 17, 19<S Vitzthums. The Paul Grandgafietts were Mother's Day guests of her f>ar< ents the Henry ftayhons, Oaf* ner. WAYNE MARSHALL, a Northwestern Bell Telephone employee in Fort Dodge, was recently informed that a letter he wrote to Time magazine after the assassination of Presi* dent Kennedy will be preserved in the Kennedy Memorial Library. Time chose Mr. Marshall's letter as one of 153 from thousands it received. The 153 have been bound in geographical order in four black leather Volumes, which have been accepted by Mrs. Kennedy. \ Mr. Marshall is married to the former Molly Deitering, daughter of Andy Deitering of Bancroft. He was in Algona during the conversion to the dail system in 1957. At that time he was district plant supervisor working out of Spencer. He is now located in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lenora Hiltz, Algona, is an aunt of Mrs. Marshall. BILL RAHM, the ex-Garrigan pitcher, is now throwing for Iowa State university where he is a sophomore . . . Rahm made his first appearance for the Cyclones against Drake in relief last Monday ... he allowed four hits but shutout the Bulldogs for three innings. Iowa State currently is in second place in the Big Eight. * * * ONE LOCAL tree specialist tells us that although the Dutch Elm disease has net reached Algona or Kossuth county as yet, it will shortly, probably late this summer ... at least one sure case of Dutch Elm disease was reported at Fort Dodge last summer and the disease has been positively identified at Buffalo Center and Eagle Grove. * * * LOTS OF FOLKS read Ann Landers' advice to the lovelorn but doubt if many know she is a native lowan . . . her real name is Mrs. Jules Lederer and although she now lives in Chicago, she was born Esther Pauline Friedman at Sioux City. She is a graduate of Morningside college at Sioux City and lived at Eau Claire, Wis. before moving to Chicago in 1955. She is not the original Ann Landers ... the column originated with another woman who died in 1955. 'Each of . her 'daily columns takes about 10 to 12 hours to complete which leaves very little time for the 46-year old grandmother to do other things. * * * IT SEEMS LOTS of places put out their .flags May 1 but most didn't know why . . . now a reader at Irvington informs us that flags were put out on May 1 not in celebration of May Day but because May 1 is now known as "Loyalty Day" ... a few years ago the Communists paraded openly in American cities on May Day and members of the V. F. W. set out to do something about it ... and it was then that Congress proclaimed May 1 as Loyalty Day. I'LL WAGER St. John's basketball (and all other sports) coach Vince Meyer was one of the most surprised — and happiest — fellows anywhere a couple of weeks ago when • Roger-Becker, the-Lakota cage ace; walked into the Bancroft*" school and enrolled for classes .. . he had been a regular for the Eagles the past three years and should be one of the finest cagers in North Iowa next winter. Becker's withdrawal and the announced departure of coach Earl Zwagerman, who had coached Becker all three years at Lakota, came almost simultaneously ... Zwagerman compiled a spectacular 87-4 record at Lakota during his three years there and lost only one regular season game during that span. Joyce and Jane, the Alvin Beckers, Tom Beckers, Joe Lappes,' Bernard Kunkels and M&^Ray Beckers attended the . funeral of Art Illg at St. Joe Friday. Delores and Carlene Potthoff, Minneapolis, spent Mother's Day weekend with their mother, Mrs. Albert Lickteig. Mother's Day guests at the parental Lou Lickteig's were Mrs. Teresa Berger and children, Ventura, and the Ed Ken yons, Whittemore. Mary Jane Bluml, Minneapolis, spent Mother's Day weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bluml The Lou Lickteigs were Moth er's Day breakfast guests of their son Tom and family. They attended the choral concert at Garrigan, Algona, that afternoon and were supper guests at Albert Lickteig's, The Bob Lickteigs, Algona, George Lickteigs and Margaret Helen and Ruth Lickteig were Saturday guests at Lou Lickteig's. Mesdames H. E. Hemmingsen, Chas. Nygaard, and Paul Erdman went to Belmond May 6 to a silver anniversary of WSCS in the Methodist church. They also Wesley Mrs. Viola Studer Mother's Day guests at the parental Norbert Hilbert's were the David Hilberts, Algona, and the Bill Diiffys. 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