Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 4
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r. fc 4—AU60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 47,1%5 Ton of men catch 100 Ibs. of walleyes Seven local men appeared on television station at Alexandria, Minn, as a ton of men with 100 pounds of walleye pike. Tliey are Bill Funk. 'Gary Everest'. Clete Salz, Al Diseher. Larry Johnson, Ted Charles, and Joe Funk, who spent the weekend fishing on 1/ake Reno. Saturday night, when they came in with their catch at Dock Inn Resort, the owner, Cal Bennet. made arrangements to have them on Hud Gorem's TV program. The Sportsman's Corner. The fish were quickly weighed and placed in a pickup truck and with the fishermen rushed to the television station to appear on the Gorem program. When Gorem saw men and fish he opened his show with "How would you like to see a ton of men with a hundred pounds of walleye?" The catch totaled 42 walleyes 2 to 5 pounds each. They were taken on homemade jigs and minnows. Cal Bennet said that it was the nicest string of walleyes he had seen since he purchased the resort Dock Inn at Reno in 1960. All of the men except Joe Funk are supervisors at Weidcn- hoff and they get together twice a year to take a weekend fishing trip. Joe Funk was persuaded to go along as guide. Bode By Mi-s. Viola Thompson 1 The Keith Hollands had 60 guests for their daughter Cynthia's graduation. Mrs. Lucille Torgerson spent Stindav in Teuton with Mrs. John Theesfield. Mrs. Lucille Torgerson received word Friday the Marlin Tor- persons. Ilutchinson, Minn., have a daughter. They have another girl Gail. The Justin Torgersons and David Torgersons went to York, Neb., Friday for Pam Halvorson's graduation. Pam is Mrs. Justin Torucrson's niece. Pastor John Beem, Lutheran church, Humboldt, had the morning service at St.. Olaf Lutheran church May 23 in the absence of Pastor Kraabel. Irvington By Mae McLean COMES FOR VISIT Mrs. Wm. Batt Jr. came by plane from New York last week Tuesday to visit her mother. Mrs. Estella Seip, and other relatives, and for the graduation of Pamela from the Algona high school May 31. Major Wm. Batt Jr. will drive from Stewart A.F.B. Newburg, N. Y. for the graduation. They will return to Stewart A.F.B. in June. Mrs. Batt had a frustrating experience in Minneapolis, when her schedule which had allowed plenty of time to change planes, was upset because of the time change, and she was unable to catch her plane to Mason City. She spent the night in Minneapolis with friends, Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Gorham, whom she phoned when she learned of her unexpected stop over. The Gorhams were neighbors when the Batts were stationed at Munich, Germany a few years ago. LOCALS Burt Mrs. George Hawcott BURT P.O. CLOSES The Burt post office will be closed all day Monday, May 31, with no mail service of any kind. , Two groups of men helped at the Habeger farms last week Vvith the farm work. Roger Hoover of North Central Public Service furnished the L.P, gas. The ladies helped and furnished the food. M & D CLUB MEETS Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met at Marguerite Kollasch's with Darlene Walker co-hostess. Loretta Broesder and Opal Simpson were in charge of the program. A reading was given by Marlys Bius- trom. Helen Simpson sang. Ray McWhorter showed slides of the Hawaiian Islands. The next meeting will be a week early, June 3, at Good Hoop church. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plat) are expecting their son George and wife and daughter Margaret of Neosho, Mo., for a visit of a couple of days. The son John will be graduated from the University at Iowa City June 4 and will return there to take a course in law. He will be here for Memorial Day. Bob Harms, Truman Shackelford, and Clarence Macumber have returned from Walker, Minn., where they did some fishing. They report only fail- luck. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer have received word from their son Charles that he has returned from eighteen days at Hawaii and is again with his family at the . Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter and Mrs. Pearl Potter attended the graduation Monday, May 31 at Emmetsburg of Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter spent the weekend at their cottage at the Okobojis. Dave Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Mason City attending a band conference and with his wife and family came here to be with his parents over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Geering were visited recently by Rev, Everett Black and his wife, of Spencer, who were taking the daughter Mary Ann back to Bethel college, St. Paul, Minn., after a brief visit with her parents. SEWING CLUB MEETS Mrs. Effie Teeter was hostess to her "knit and sew" club on Wednesday afternoon. GERANIUM PLANT — A red geranium plant 7M> feet high is growing and blooming in the home of Mrs. Harold Carlson, Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool were at Rochester, Minn, last week 'each having a check-up at the clinic. Evelyn Cady received a wire May 21 of the sudden death of her cousin Melvin Henderson, 00, May 20 at Upland, Calif. At this writing no particulars had been received but the message "letter following". He will be well remembered here having grown to young manhood and graduating from high school jin 1922. He was the son of the I late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, well known Algonans who moved to Pomona. Calif, in |1923. Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman were recently at Fort Dodge to sec the latter's sister Mrs. Ed Tegland who had major surgery ial the Lutheran hospital. She has been dismissed hut has to , be very careful as the surgery involved a transplant of leg bone to her spine, and her household duties arc somewhat limited for awhile. Becky Weber who is attending the College of Automation at DCS Moincs spent the weekend with her mother and husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig are going to Ames Friday to bring home their son Vern for the weekend. They will take him back to Ames Sunday and he will go from there to Richmond, Calif., where he will be employed for the summer by the Standard Oil Comnany. Guy Stokes has had surgery at St. Ann and is being visited by his daughter Mrs. Ruth Emmerson, of Marshfield Hills, Mass. Her daughter Roxie and husband Caot. Richard Michie went on to Denver, Colo, to visit the Captain's relatives. Capt. and Mrs. Richie have been in Germany but will return to Massachusetts until July when they will go to Fort Lee, Va., where the Captain will have six months of advanced schooling and will probably be located in the States.. The Michies have had the opportunity of visiting many interesting places abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby went to Jackson, Minn. Sunday to attend the dedication of additional rooms' and senior citizen apartments Jadded, to the* rest home there. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer went to Buffalo Center Sunday to visit with the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don Tapper. Mrs. Adeline Bahr and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bahr, of Okabena, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Graettinger had as guests Sunday the latter's parents and brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W, IT. Judge, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Judge and son Pat of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain spent a few days last week at Elmore, Minn., with Mrs. Naudain's sister Mrs. Clarence Maland while Mr. Maland was fishing at Mille Lacs, Minn, Mrs. Don Johnson and her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson, of Tempe Ariz., are coming for a visit with relatives, Mrs. Don Johnson with Mrs. Frank Vera and Mr, and Mrs. Ted Vera at Buffalo Center, and the Ole Johnsons at Waterloo with relatives. Most, of the time will be spent at the Vera cottage at the Okobojis. The date { of their arrival is uncertain and I will probably not be for a few i weeks hence. j Eugene Muller is entering St. Ann hospital June 2 for surgery, j He will have his gall bladder* re- j moved. . . i Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson i had Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mouw,! of Orange City as recent guests. | Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew/ Hanson spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben are being visited by their daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, of Norfolk, . Va. They will divide their two weeks vacation between the Wibbens and his parents the Frank Smiths at Whiltemorc. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, Mrs. Eliia- bcth Post, Mrs. Hazel Vera, Myrtle Turnbaugh went to Mason City last week Tuesday to see Mrs. Harriet Schmidt at the Park hospital. Mrs. Schmidt fell a short time ago and suffered a broken hip. They were accompanied as far as Garner by Mrs. Hattie Burlingame who spent the day with her brother Harry Merriam and wife. Mrs. Frank Vera it home from Mason City after spending a few days with Mrs. Marion Burbank while Mr. Burbank was hospitalized. It was found surgery was not necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Ron • Gerber spent the weekend at Sabitha, Kans., with relatives. During their absence their daughter Shelley was guest of Nancy Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore. H. W. Miller has returned from his trip abroad which included lo\Va Lawyers who belong to the State Bar Association. He joined one hundred and twenty persons in Chicago and the countries visited were England, Germany, Switzerland. Austria, Llchtenberg, Italy and Monaco. While he enjoyed the trip immensely he said, "There's no place like the United States." Flying height was 35,000 feet at 550 miles per hour, gliding along quietly with no motor noises, and no scenery—just the sun as they were above the clouds. He ate lunch at 12:30 in Paris and at 5:30 p.m. was in DCS Moines. There is a seven hour difference in time, but nevertheless it is amazing the little time it takes to get from place to place. Lichtenberg is a small principality comparable to Monaco, the latter being a trifle larger. At Monaco the white flag was clown denoting the family was not at home. I wish I had a magic carpet—the one we read about in fairly tales. I'd fly over the same territory. Mr. and Mrs. Don Baade of Titonka, are parents of a daughter born Tuesday, May 18 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Karen. There are three boys and another girl' in the family. Mrs. Baade is a granddaughter of the Frank Ostrums. Mrs. Effie Teeter was visited from Thursday till Sunday by her son John and wife and daughter Stephanie, of Norma, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips have returned from a fishing trip at North Silver Lake. MARRIED IN NEVADA Details of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Hcrgert Hobbs have been received by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Wetzel. The wedding took place in Honeymoon Chapel in Reno, Nev., May 2. Becky was escorted by Patrick Hobbs, uncle of the groom. She VVE^S attended by Kathy Hobbs, sister of the groom, as maid of honor. Best man was the groom's brother, Terry. A reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hobbs, parents of the groom for the family and friends. Mrs. Bessie Dunn, former Algonan, and now from Pasco, Wash., was at the wedding and newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Shipler, of Anaheim, Calif., were also there. TO BE MARRIED , Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Dahlhauser, Algona, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Jolene of Ft. Dodge, to David J. George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil George, Otho, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here Monday, June 28 at 11 a.m. A wedding dinner will be held immediately after the ceremony at the V. F. W. hall here and a reception is planned there also beginning at 2 p.m. The bride is employed at the Globe Union in Fort Dodge and the groom at the Fort Dodge Brick & Tile. WED 56 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cink ob- served their 86th Bedding Tuesday quietly with only members, of the family as guests. Children are the Julius Cinks and Bud Robinsons, Algoni, the Mike Stoffels, Willmar, MinnV, and the Bill Watts, who are ex-, pected from California in June. One son died in service. B.IRTHDAY OBSERVED A family dinner was held on Sunday at Mrs. Milton Dahl's honoring the birthday of her daughter Shirley, Mrs. 'Merle Pratt. Mr. Pratt was here from Pella, the son Bob from Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vinson, grandson of Mrs. Dahl, and family were here from Rock Rapids. CHURCH GROUP ELECTS At the last .meeting of the Congregational Fellowship in May, Mrs. Margaret Herbst and Mrs. Nita Kolp were elected as president, co-president and treasurers combined. Mrs. Grace Chrischilles. was.elected secreta- rp arid Mrs. Betty Stillman program chairman. hon. wefje givetva f"arew,eUi party at the First Baptist church , ! |un- day evening, May 23. Circle 3 served the lunch. The MMa* hons are moving to festherVille June i where they have a flau> ghter and family living. The honorees were presented \vith gifts'. * ' BEL CANTO MEETS Opal Bourne. Betty Stillman, Helen Pletch and Leona Ander< son were hostesses at a llihch- eon Thursday, the-last mejlting of the season of the Bel Canto club. There was election of officers, various reports artti a film of the World's Fair''was shown. BIRTHDAY TEA Mrs. Carrie Bourne entertained at a four o'clock tea for her daughter-in-law Mrs. M. G. Bourne in honor of her birthday. Guests were only the family, Dr. Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and children and Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain. FAREWELL FOR McMAHONS Mr. and Mrs!' 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