Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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M»MM1 10 * 20 * 30 Years Ago A Weekly feature of by-gone days By Grma Lta 0»im 1499. Second place was won by Jackie Laitig afid Sill Johnson with a 1,163. M«y 17, 195S Tht Extension Strvicc hid been partially supported for 35 years by Farm Bureau. A new law, known as the Farm Bureau "divorce" law, separates the two. Under the new state law a local tax was to be levied to support the extension service. Robert C. Johnson, extension youth assistant, and John Barton extension director, were named this week to help with the formation of the first Kos« suth Agricultural Extension Council. Th« Band Mothers met at Lone Rock for election of officers. Mrs. Fred Schmidt was elected president, Mrs. Orville Gardner, vice; Mrs. Geo. Long, sec.; and Mrs. treas. E. M. Jensen, The senior class at LuVerne gave their play "Books ant Crooks" under the direction ol Mrs. Rickman. Music between acts was by the Girls' Glee club May 15, 1*4$ Reports from the County Su< perintendent's office showed a total of 79,595 pounds of waste paper collected during two Weeks in April by.scnooi chilu- en in Kossuth county, Each hild who brought in go pounds f paper received a PT, Paper 'rboper emblem. The Atgona nd St. Cecelia schools averaged 02 pounds per student. The pupils at Bryant school >ought enough bonds to buy a eep— $1,965. Dr. R. C. Ball, Titonka, who had charge of the used clothing drive for the Lions club there reported a total of 2,300 pounds of usuable clothing had been collected, Mrs. Harry Mussman was hos- ess to the Acorn club at Lakota. A special VE program was ;iven, opening with the salute o the flag and the singing of Battle Hymn of the Republic. VE day was quietly observec n the Swea City school auditor mm after the formal announce ment by President Truman. 600 attended the service. Rev. -S. A Andersen gave the address. The United Service Women have a request for large or me dium sized T-shirts and for 50( swim suits. The swim suits were to come from the whole state The next project was to collect golf clubs and balls for Marine who were sent to recreation am and the Mixed Chorus. William Friedrich, son of the Rev. W. H. Friedrich at Fenton graduated from a seminary in St. Louis and accepted an as signment to a church in Niagra N. D. He ,is the third son o the Friedrichs to go into th ministry. Marlene and Jack Dutton won the annual doubles bowling tournament with iVJis started. New site for the >aftdst*nd Was to be either the thletic park or the swimming XK>! park. Th* contract for a new Junior Tieatfe had been let. Manager . C. Rice expected it to be open •y July 4. It was to be located cross East of the courthouse nd just the second door north I the Call theatre. Winifred Sarehett's cousin, Corwith rehabilitation centers. May 16, 1935 The board of supervisors had asked the city council of Algona to remove the bandstand from the Money had courthouse lawn. been spent every year to keep grass growing on the courthouse lawn, but the band concert crowds had tramp- a score of I ed the grass out as soon as it •M"l"H"l"H"H-M-H -Ml 1 M I I |..|..l..l..t..|..|..i..|i.Hi.;..|..|i.i..i..i..t..|..M..n..|..n..|. THE RACING SEASON IS HERE HEAR RACER'S ROUNDUP FRIDAYS 5:15-5:30 P.M. RACER'S ROUNDUP RETURNS TO KLQA FOR ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SEASON HEAR THE LATEST ABOUT THE SPORT OF RACING ' AND NEWS ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE RACER ON KLGA RADIO 1600 - ALGONA •i 1111 .I..I..I..HMH-M'1111 nun 11111111 11 i M i.| j 11 \-\-\ i \\.\ itildred Regester, Stockton, Cans, had written a letter about he dust storms in Kansas. [Tiere had been no fain since Feb. 22. The dust, finer than lour, sifted into every crack ind crevice. One of their horses lad died from "compaction" in the stomach caused by the dust. Winner* in the local Legion Auxiliary unit sponsored poppy roster contest were LeRoy tfathison, $2; Angela Hagg, a dollar, in the junior division. 3arl Spongberg and John Lee rtoltzbauer won like prizes respectively. Mrs. F. S. Geigel, Raymond Kresensky, and L. J. Vtathes were judges. Jens M. Sorensen, farmer northwest of Algona, had just 8°P a received a medal and certificate in recognition of his service in defense of the city of Chateau Thierry, France, in July, 1918 when the German lines in France began to crumble, ft was in French, and Mr. Sorensen brought it to the Advance for translation. It was signed as of the 19th of April, 1935, by the mayor of the city, and the city's seal was stamped on the paper. An attached medal was about the size of a 5c piece. Fifteen Titonka seniors visited Ames and saw the Veishea parade. The girls attended a style show and the boys attended polo games. The number of Kossuth farms increased slightly between 1930 and 1935. In 1930 there were 3,058 farms, and in 1935 there were 3,192, an increase of 134. More small acreages and division of large farms accounted for this trend. Bancroft was hoping to secure a federal allotment of funds to pave the town's main street in the business section. The town's main street in the business section was, at the time of this writing, rough and in spots full of holes a foot or so in diameter. $350 collected in hospital lag day Mrs. L. L. Riter and Kathleen McEnroe, co-chairmen' forests Ann hospital Auxiliary tag day report that about $350 was collected. This money is used to purchase equipment for the hospital. The captains were Mrs. Wiliam Navoichick, Mrs. Charles iheakley, Mrs. Don Gant, Mrs. iCevin Nash, Mrs. James Cowan, Mrs. John Rooney, Mrs. Daniel Bray, Mrs. Jerry Cowan, Mrs. J. B. Harris-, ; Mrs, Craig : Srnitli, Algona, Mrs."- Stanley Haflestad Bancroft, Mrs. Roland Ostwald Whittemore. Mf. and Mrs. John Adams and Jody Nail visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mr«. Dwane Sortquist at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Sr. were Sunday supper guests at the Richard Nail home. Mrs. Lillian Masterson of Mason City is visiting at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee William. Kurt Schlchtl of Britt spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler. Mrs. Robert Kraft of Renwick and Mrs. Marvin Meyer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tindall Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell at Britt. The Luther League of St. Bush and Mrs. tngra Woodbury were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Esta Schulz. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mart and Mrs. Viola Brown visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Pcdersen at Munv boldt. Mr. Albert Merriam returned to his home on Friday. Me came in by plane in Mason City. Me has spent the winter with his children, Mrs. Jean Baumeister in California, the Don Merriams in New York, Jack Merriam in Michigan and Phil Merriam in Louisville, Ky. A daughter was born on Sat urday, May 15 to Mr. and Mrs. George Egolf at Ocean Side, Calif., she weighed 7 Ibs. and 8 oz. Mrs. Egolf is the former Marie McMahon. Mi-, and Mrs. R. C. Welter visited Sunday afternoon with Misses Edith and Delia Welter in Algona. Mary Will of Des Moines spenl the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Missionary report and Mrs. Bet- nice Ofcley the lesson. Mf, and Mts. Jim Zweifel were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Misses Lottie and Janette Mason at LuVerne in honor of the birthday of Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard. Mrs. Estella Mason of Charles City and Misses Lottie and Janette Mason of LuVerne visited Thursday at the Jim Zweifel home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beer and daughter of Lone Rock visited Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Beer. Mrs. John Babcock stayed with Mrs. Clark Kiley on Thurs day afternoon at Renwick while Mr. Klley and daughters and John Babcock attended the funeral of Mr. Kiley's brother Lee Kilcy at Titonka on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman attended the Annual Scholar ship recognition dinner on Tues Oscar Martwlg near Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nail spent the weekend at Grand ?orks, N. D., with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nail and daughter. Mrs. Mabel Roberts and Mrs. Grace Helgren of Clear Lake visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ethel Beer. At the last P.T.A. meeting Mr. Adolph GirTes of Wesley is the new president for the coming year, Ben Widen, vice, Mrs. Arvin Johnson of Wesley, sec., and Mrs. Arend Schreur, treas. UNION ALETHEAN Union Alethean met at the Civic Center, Each girl presented her mother with a pottcc plant. The next meeting is June 8 at 9:30 in the Civic Center for a workshop and each girl is to bring an article to refinish. The food committee is Connie Mola John's church had a theater I Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeGroote party Sunday afternoon at Al- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hartshorn in Des VIoines and Mr. and Mrs, Don Marker at Adel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perin and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perin and family of Humboldt visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hansen and family of Kanawha were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. William spent the weekend with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roland William at Fort Dodge. ; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jordon of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski. Mr. and Mrs. Oral McCullough and family and Ernest Christeri- sen spent Sunday with their and family visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reidel and family in Algona. A shower honoring Marilee Darby was given on Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church in LuVerne. Miss Darby will become the bride of Jerry Quebe on May 29. Mrs. Fred Will accompanied Mrs. Allen Darby of LuVerne to Independence on Friday to get Marilee Darby who has been in nurses training there. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. and Jerry visited Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and family in Algona. Elmer Livingston returned to his home from the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Elmer was burned by anhydrous ammonia after filling a tank at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doughan of Britt visited Sunday evening at the Arthur Livingston and the . Ames Linda was one of the ALOONA (low*) AOVANCt-l MONbAY, MAY 24. IMS cek, Linda Nitchals, and Susan 3odds. Discussed was a tout to an orphanage or the State fair. Kathy Hansen gave a talk. Marylou Nitchals and Julie Molacek had a picture study. Marylou Nitchals, Lois Hunt, Trudy Alt, and Linda Nilchals gave talks. Linda Dodds gave a demonstration. ALGONA PACEMAKERS Algona Pacemakers met May 15, at Jim Harris's with Chuck Farfell host. Distribution o£ notebooks for specific projects was held. Following the meeting the group attended the National Guard inspection at the armory. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! daughte honored. Mrs. Harry Maw visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. DRIVE IN •^^^^^^^^^^^™^™^^^^^^^™»^^^"^^ Now Thru Tuesday SHOW STARTS 7:45 THE CHUTIST MOTION . PICTURE OF ALLTIME! AFTER TNE PERFECT WEDDING Plan HM PwfMl Fitwt... YM Can Bank M it, (ton! Live happier ever after, with the help of sound financial planning! From Savings and Checking Accounts to Loans ,our complete, convenient banking services will meet your needs! daughter and family, Mr. and Elmer Livingston homes. Mrs. James Clabaugh at Chero- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bogard of kee. , Mr. and Mrs. Ben Widen and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tebben at Osage. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Junior Steinlict and family who have been living in the Paul Houston house moved on a farm house 6 miles east of Corwith. r, David Nail who is employed in Des Moines spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nail. ;i Ben Ross is a patient at the hospital in Rochester, Minn, i Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleming and Brad of Ames spent Saturday,^ the home of his parenjf, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming.^ Mrs. Lafe Oxley Sr., underwent surgery on Monday at the Park hospital in Mason City. Jean Fleming of Des Moines and Bob Harestad of Ames spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Gertrud.'e Thronbury was a Sunday night overnight guest with Evelyn Anderson at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee William and Mrs. Lillian Masterson visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erdman. Mrs. Emma Oxley, Mrs. Abbie Mankato, Minn, visited Sunday afternoon at the Jesse Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover and Patty of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Yeoman home and in the afternoon they visited Mrs. Hoover's mother, Mrs. J. C. Mick at the rest home in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraft of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tindall Jr. visited Sunday evening at the Dale Yeoman home. Dale Gourley of New Jersey, spent the weekend with his brother and family, Jim Gour ROBERT TAYLOR DEBORAH KERR LEO GINN ...PETER US1INOV Mr. ana Mrs. ** Elmer Glawe visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen at Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gourley of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Mrs. Jerry Schimmel and family of South Dakota, visited Corwith relatives and friends on Wednesday. .Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gourley were 'overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirchgatter. • i The Missionary Fellowship of Grace Baptist church met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Viola Brown, Mrs. Fay Garner had the quick clean-uo after meals OWA STATI "Your Partner in Prpgress" / ItWi ...ELM CALL Y! You'll be amazed at the quick clean-up after meals, when you own an electric dishwasher and an electric waste disposer. When the meal's over, it takes only a jiffy for the electric waste disposer to whisk away food scraps and waste. And it's just minutes belc-re y° u ' ve ' Q9de( * the dirty dishes into the marvelous electric dishwasher, '.turned a diaMnd r walked away from the kitchen! They're two of the greatest electric labor-savers—the electric dishwasher, and the elegtriQ waste disposer, two more ways to help you live better, electrically! 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