Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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2—ALGONA (lows) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool are going to Rochester, Minn., again this tyeek. They recently "had clieck'Ups there mid Mrs! Pool ^-.pronounced all right but Mr. Pool has to have a further check and possible surgery. Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Bart left fife being visited by the teller's father Dr. G. W. Bartiell, of New Sharon. The daughter Barbara is home from the Manka- tO State college for a short time but will return and will graduate in July. Bill is home from Cornell college. Mount Vernon and is employed at the swim- niing pool. Mrs. Kafhrlne MeMurray was taken to St. Ann hospital Saturday but it is expected she will be there only a few days. Kevin Schmltt who was in Sioux Falls, S. D. on business came to Tspend ihe weekend wilh his parents Mr. and Mrs Tony Sch mitt. Kevin's headquarters are at Des Moines where he makes his home. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor and fa nitty were accompanied by Peggy Seliulter ' to Iowa Citv where the Taylor's son Phil will take an eight weeks course in virology and Peggy a nine weeks course in biochemistry. 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutiell had the letter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. a'nd Mrs. Russell Hester, of Earlham as Sunday dinner guests. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee has received word from Mrs. Dara Mendenhall that her husband who has been in the Veterans hospital at Cheyenne has suffered a heart attack and a complete paralysis of 'his right side. He was hospitalized some time ago for a kidney infection and was in serious condition. The Men- denhalls live at Laramie, Wyo. Mr. ancJ Mrs. Don Craig came from East Peoria, 111., for a weekend visit over the Memorial holiday with Mrs. Craig's parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman. Joan Post and Mrs. Day and son Dale were brief visitors at Joan's parents Mr. and Mrs. *Dick Post. Joan and Dale are students at colleges in Sioux City and Mrs. Day was taking her son to New Hampshire where he will work during the summer. They will also visit Niagara Falls, and at Smithtown, Long Island with Joan's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleet. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post have had .Mr. and Mrs. Maury White and Mr. and Mrs. Jim White of Des Moines as weekend guests, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob spent from Thursday till Saturday at Iowa City attending the tenth anniversary of his class at a medical reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey attended the graduation at Iowa City of their son Jerry who had taken a course in Political Science and will continue at the university going to the graduate school. His sister Karen of Minneapolis, Minn., was also in attendance. For some time she has been an airlines stewardess for Northwestern-Orient lines, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wallburg and Mrs. Dora Will went to Storm Ivake Sunday to see the new home the Wallburgs have purchased there. They plan to move July 1. Mr. Wallburg will continue in the painting business. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter at Ames Friday and Saturday to attend the fiftieth anniversary reunion of the Dr.'s class in Veterinary Medicine. His twin brother Dr. Ray Potter, deceased, attended the college at the same time and practiced many years. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whltehlll, Mrs. Gerald Angus and Judy went to Rcadlvn Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Welse were recently at Blairsberg visiting with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruisman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wittkopf, Robert Bell, Mrs. Loren Bell and Maria went to St. Paul to attend the graduation of their son Harlan from the Concordia high school at St. Paul, Minn. He is working for the Schultz company this summer and will probably attend the Concordia college in the fall. Jerald, also a student at the Concordia high school has two more years before graduation. Brigitta Whittemore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Whittemore is leaving Monday for Minneapolis, Minn, for two summer sessions and will be at the Deutsches Haus where only German will be spoken, all German manners observed, and German foods served. This will give her credits toward her further studies at Iowa Wesleyan college at Mount Pleasant where she has been enrolled the past year, and where she will return in the fall. Mrs. Lucille Zerfass has returned from a visit at Red field with her sister Mrs. Irma AJt- wcgg. Lumber yard at Swea City has been sold The Northern Lumber Company at Swea City has been sold to the Great Plains Supply Company of Minneapolis. The 'sale, which becomes effective later this 'month, also includes Northern's yards at Estherville, Forest City, Klemme, Mason City and New Hampton. William Boland, manager of Northern's yard at Swea ( City since 1943, will 'retire in July. Boland has been with the company for over thirty years. Lowell Larson, who- is presently assistant manager, will become the new manager. Inventory men, have been working at the Swea City yards since Monday and transfer of the business to Great Plains will take place as soon as this is completed. New aircraft to be displayed here Monday Commuter Airlines, the tin- Lions newest airline, will have Its first aircraft on display at the Algona airport next Monday from 4 to 7 p. m. The plane is a tri-gcar Twin Beechcrafl and Seats 10 passengers. It cruises at over 200 miles per hour and is fully instrumented and equipped for all- weather flying, including de-icing equipment, radar, and full electronic communication and navagating systems. Although Commuter Airlines Is an Iowa company, and only Iowa residents may purchase the original offer of stock, they will be able ?,o operate in other states as Well as Iowa. The Airline is designed particularly to service the smaller cities which do not as yet have service. The company is now in the process of determining routes, and although there is no definite assurance that Algona will receive service in the near future, this possibility is being fully investigated. COLLEGE LEADERS . Iowa Cify — Glenn Buchaman and Gary Colwell, Algona, and Terry Fricdcn. Ottosen, students at the university, have been named as fall orientation leaders. They are among the group of some 340 leaders and alternates who have begun preparations for the orientation of new students on campus next fall. ^, Bray twins and brother to have X unusual trips The three older children of Dr. and Mrs. Dan Bray have planned interesting and different summers for themselves Betty will work at Brady Girl Scout Camp, Patterson, N V with girls in attendance from the five Nevy York City hour' otighs and will leave here June 18. Pat will fly to Washington, D. C., June 12 and spend the summer doing secretarial or clerk typist work in the Department of the Interior. She plans to stay at the home of a college friend until she finds lodging. The twin sisters., recently completed their sophomore year at thfe College m St. Catherine in St. Paul. Daftffy, who will be a freshman in .the fall at St. John's Uuniversity, Collegeville, Minn., is going to spend a second summer aboard an Atlantic freighter as Cadet Seaman. He will fly to New York June 15 and go from there to Baie Comeau, Canada, to board a boat carrying wheat to either a Polish or a German port. Last year the boat on which he worked carried cargo to the Mediterranean area and he visited in Greece. WIN IN TRACK Fenton — Mary Ellen Bits- worth, Sentral high school freshman, won first place and a gold medal in the five-flight 60-meter low hurdles for junior high girls, at the Iowa track and field meet It Drake university' stadium in Des Moiflgs May 29. Othef Sentral girls in the meet were Teresa Kennedy, eighth grade, Susan Blaflchard, Linda Hanna, and Betty Wehrspan, freshmert. The four won medals for third place in the 880-yard relay, fefesa Voigt placed fourth in the shot put. Sehtral's 440- relay team, Hanna, Ditsworth, Wehrspan and Blanchard, placed fifth. Elmore youth killed in crash A 19-year old Elmore, Minn, youth, Roger Rieffer, was one of two persons killed in a one-car accident just south of Blue Earth on highway 169 early Sunday morning. He was the driver of the ear, which was estimated to have been traveling 110 miles pir hou? when it w*n» *UT 6? tariff61 irlti plunged in- t6 a fiver abduf 1:4S a.m. StifM day, three miles south of Slut iirih, the ether persdri Ml; fid, Kenneth Davis, 18 *f Delavan, drowned in the accident while four others esea> ed with injuries. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Mrs. Herbert Krause had the Modern Mixers Tuesday. The July meeting will be a luncheon at Estherville, They will elect new officers and reveal secret sisters. Birthday members were Mrs. Herbert Krause and Mrs. Richard Bauer. 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