Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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10 • 20 * 80 Years Ago A weekly feature of by*gone days By Erma Lea Deim May 31, 1955 Word had just been received of the release of Capt. Harold Fischer Jr. in China. He was 4-ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 196$ resting up after 2 years in prison in Honolulu where his par- enfs and son were preparing to visit him. Dedication of the courthouse was scheduled for June 5. Judge Stillman was the master of ceremonies. All mayors of Kossuth towns were invited and each township had a representative designated. Algeria was one of 830 towns in the United Stales and one of 26 towns of more than 5,000 who did not have a traffic fatality in 1954. The New York Giants were scheduled to hold a baseball school in Algona for players from 16 to 21 years of age. It NEW 17,500-BUSHEL BEHLEN DRYING TANK ON ERNEST HUTCHINSON 5 MILES EAST OF BANCROFT Yes, this new 41' Diameter Behlen Drying Tank is the answer to farm drying neds. Large capacity, less handling and the lowest cost per bushel drying. This new drying unit is the largest diameter drying tank in Northern Iowa and can be purchased in sizes up through 26,500 bushels. It will dry 4,000 bushels from 27% corn to 12% in under 8 hours, with a 6-million BTU Burner. Farmers, this is the year you will all need a drying tank. The rush will be great later in the year to put up drying tanks so why not buy early, get guaranteed delivery and erection now. '»"...;.'.•.• .•:*• M-;. v-V'U '. v '.,.-.' .. V.. Come to Taylors in Algona, where you can get the best drying tank money will buy. Note this year we have the new lower cost side entry drying tanks made by Behlen. We cannot be beat on price! Taylor Implement Co. "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" 5-2467 ALGONA was to be an all day school rather than a try-out camp. In the latter case, players could be sent home before noon but the school was an all-day affair. It was the first lime in several years that Algona had been chosen as the location for a baseball school. Postcards required only 2c postage. May 29, 1945 A thoroughbred Chihauhua dog belonging to G. A. Paine owed her life to experimental dosages of penicillin, the new "wonder" drug, administered by a veterinarian when no other treatment helped. A citizen's post-war planning committee met to discuss public and private post-war possibilities to build up and improve the community and give employment to returning service men. The hemp plant was to be turned back to the defense corporation and the possibilities of its use in industry were discussed. C. A. Phillips, chamber of commerce secretary had received a communication from the state asking that June 15 be set aside for collection of tin cans. They were made from steel and coated with tin so they were to be, melted down and the metal ; re-used. Raymond J. Eimers, Y2c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Eimers, was serving at the United Nations Conference On; International Organization at San Francisco. Me was chosen because of good conduct i&fche navy, background and talent. Calvin H. Ukena, son of the William Ukcnas of Lakota, was ordained to the Christian ministry by the Presbytery of Ft. Dodge. His new assignment was with the board of National Missions to establish and organize the Community Presbyterian church of Hollywood, a suburb just west of Chicago. Helen Comfort, home-making teacher at the high school, had three lecture classes for housewives. The lectures had to do with the sugar shortage and recipes and demonstrations were given on ways to save sugar, also how to use other sweetening agents as part of the sugar called for in recipes. Waste fat collected here from April 28 to May 20 amounted to 1,510 pounds or a little less than 400 pounds a week. The overall,, average for 1944 amounted to 1,100 pounds per month. May 30, 1935 The Algona city council faced one of the most perplexing problems of the year in a coming meeting. The new law delegated the control of beer permits to the council. The law set up a guide of one permit for each 500 population. That would have allowed 8 permits With the purchase of Nutrena Hog Feeds SAVAGE "Safold" SAW One of the handiest, safest, most practical tools ever designed Accepted' NORMAN BENSON, 19-year old son of the late Raymond Benson and Mrs. Herb Schauer, Ottertail, Minn., has been accepted at the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo.' He will leave June 28 to begin classes there. Two sisters, Mrs. Frank Jensen, Algona, and Mrs. James Fctt, Corwlth, live in this area. He graduated from high school this spring and lived in the Algona area with his parents for about 10 years in the 1950's and early 1960's, leaving about 18 months ago. iflllfltlllHilllIlftlrtlfiW D Engineered for safety D Lifetime guarantee on frame D 2 - 21" blades - 1 for pruning, 1 all-purpose D Made of Swedish steel U Chrome plated channel protects blades, FREE WHILE SUPPLY LASTS One sow with each ton of • Nuirena Shoal 40 MC Crumbling Mixing Concentrate Nuirena Shoal 40 AR Palletized Free Choice Supplement CARGILL INC, ;; 5-2741 ALGONA NORTH IOWA GRAIN CO. for Algona and there were already 11 permits in use. The law also stated that permits were to be within the business district could be licensed and the council was to decide whe tlier dancing would be permitted in beer taverns. Bancroft had received an official letter saying that it was proposed to establish a CCC camp near that town, presumably for work on the Union Slough project. Following were the requirements: water from the town or wells sunk by the government; located on an all weather road; 7 to 15 acres of ground; good natural drainage electric light, if possible; if wa tcr available, not necessary to be close to town. Reckless driving by youngsters who owned battered Model T/ Fords or used the family car on occasions was to be stopped by a law-enforcement drive opened that week in AF gona by Sheriff Dahlhauser, DeJ puty Casey Loss and Marshak 'Green and Van Alstyne. SpeecR ing around corners on two] wheels, racing up and down'i| streets and like offenses by the youngsters would result in reckless driving charges, Groups, chasing each other around town at high speed would be arrest-' ed. Five Fenton rural schools 1 had closed for the summer by celebrating with a picnic. They were No. 9 taught by Helen Radig; Center school, Ellen Hong, teacher; No. 7, Independence township taught by Mary Conway, No. 6, Independence township taught by Frances Gordon; No. 2, Fenton with.Dor- othy Gerhards as teacher. The Kossuth County Conservation league sponsored a mem^ ber of the Royal Canadian mounted police as speaker in Algona. He spoke before the Rotary, children in the Athletic park in the afternoon, and at the 'high school auditorium. LOCALS Guests for the fourth birthday of Linda Lampright, daughter of the William Lamprights, May 28 were Debra Sweet, Paula Schafer, Katie and Craig Cotton. Eve« ning guests were the Leo Kol« lasches, Mrs. Harold Lampright, the Joe Kings, and Rat Mergens, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Al Lichter and family, Des Moines, visited with friends and relatives in Algona and the area over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and family drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit Lee Worley, father of Mrs. Bennett, who is hospitalized in the VA hospital. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week a reunion of the Thuente family was held licrc at the John Thuente home. Guests were two sisters: Mrs. Mary Nordick, Kent, Minn.; Sister Mary Rose, Milwaukee; and two brothers: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thuente and daughter Marie, Breckenridge, Minn.; with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thuente, Festina, la. Mrs. Thuente entertained at a family dinner Thursday evening which included the daughters Esther, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sangwin, Cherokee; and the son Jerry and family of Algona. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Thuente went to Festina, the old home town, and were joined there by the Cherokee family. From there they are driving to Milwaukee to take Sister Mary Rose back in time to begin teaching at Marquette University for the summer term. A son, Thomas Lloyd, was born at St. Ann on May 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Brayton, of Waverly. He weighed eight pounds and his mother was seriously ill for a time following his birth but was, dismissed Tuesday evening from the hospital. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schultz with whom the older son, Mark Allen, stayed during his mother's illness. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney reports that while spending a week at Minneapolis with the Weirs, Ludwigs, and Jim Ma- honeys during the middle of May, she attended the Assumption Spring Parade on May 14, in which a grandson, ten year old Dan Mahoney, sang with a group of 100 boys, some of whom had already finished that ade school and returned for | concert'at which 3 there were Various musical numbers. She also attended the First Com- munlon class of a granddaughter, Kathy Weir, 8, at Assumption Church. The coming year's May Circle of WSCS is having an organi- sational 'Coffee' this morning at 10 at the farm home of its chairman, Mrs. Ralph Hauser. Her birthday and that of her co-chairman, Mrs. George Kain, are both being celebrated. which the girt? stay from 2 to 8 weeks. Those eligible to It* tend are from the five districts of New York City. She Will leave June 19 and stop at Chi* cago a few days with friends and report for duty on June 24. Enroute home the first week in September she will visit in Washington, D. C. Algonafirltowork at New York camp Betty Bray, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dan Bray, will be assistant waterfront director at Camp Brady, Patterson, N. Y. for the summer. Camp Brady is a Girl Scout camp with a capacity of 244 girls ages 7 to 17 at f with a ,' low cost WANT AD FOR RENT — Modern 4 bedroom house. Inquire at Peter's Texaco, Highway 18 north of Algona. 42-43* STARTED and cay old Chick; available through June 21st Special prices —- Phone 928 2213 Titonka, collect. Hamilton Hatchery, Titonka, Iowa. 19w42-43 CLEAN RAGS WANTED _ At the ADVANCE - Pictures of the 1*4$ Alfttu High School ifadoatinf class receiving their dlp)le- mas from Mr. John Maytt are now available In • larf* 5 x 7 print for $1.00. Order by calling or writing: Mike Stillman, 723 N, Weed. worth, Algona, la. Ph, 2tS* 3380, Notice WE WILL BE OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS STARTING FRIDAY FOR THE SUMMER For the convenience of our customers FRIDAY HOURS-9a.m.to8p.m. WEEKLY HOURS AS USUAL CLOSED SATURDAYS DOME FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA Legal Notices LEGAL NOTICE NOTICI Or COMPLETION OF CONTRACT ON JOINT HUMSOLDT-KOSSUTH DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 1 o» HUMftOLDT-KOSSUTH COUNTIES, IOWA TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Thl» is to give notice that the construction engineer on the repair of HK I, Humboldt and Kossuth Counties, Iowa, has reported to the Board of Supervisors of Humboldt and Kossuth Counties, Iowa. that the contract has been completed satisfactorily by the contractor. June 17th, 1965, at 9:00 A.M. (C.S.D.S.T.) in the Board of Supervisors Room in the Humboldt County Court House, Dakota City, Iowa, has been-set as the time and place for consideration of sold report. : Any person interested in the said district may file written objections to said report in the office of the Kossuth County Auditor at Algona, Iowa, at or before In* time Ml for trw hering and submit any evidence tending to show why said report of the Engineer should not be accepted, Orin L. Nelson Humboldt County Auditor Marc Moore Kossuth County Auditor Published in the Algona Kossuth ; ' County Advance, Algona, Iowa, June 3 and 10, 1965. 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