Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 21, 1965
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S—ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1965 JNhttH'Hirmi James Zweifels .. T ., , , , , , ,., t . f , , , Tt . f , f ,..„,„,,„,,, ,,..;.,,....,.., t ,| | t < ) I I i l H II Hi) W in my VEINS" \ wlel »' at «50th •. A& ••A»**A**AL . By MARIAN INMAN at Corwith i •M" ! I I tit ; ! ! H M'H T am back in the scene* nf mv chi'dhood. H*>r*> in the Fargo. X. D. and Moorhcad. Minn. J»rea the sorin? rm b~<?n as backward as ours in Iowa. Sntw f?rrn* r»5se corn. o^t« and soybeans, but many are oats, sugar beets and grazing land. I arrived about ««n dawn «nd **w « be*ut)M IMrm picture. In • lartie field • M*rk»n w^Kf»r w»» sl<y*lv w*nd- Infl hit way ro rh* *do* o! a n*ld. hi* ho* *ero« hit *ho»i|. dbft, ktt h*»d lookine uow«rd. A **w row* la hi* ri«M M« w««ry wife etaMed alone, her h>nd* eUtoed. her he*d look- lilt down. They were alone In thk field »nd with »h* »t»n in Mtfinf flory behind them nude • picture never to be Many cousins whom t haven't seen for some time are here for a short summer visit to Aunt Barbara, who is the last tfvtng person of ray Mother's family and to whom we all love and ding to. Our days with her are precious. When 1 <ee all of the new buildin* and the chanqe* MM »r«frttt Hie little Marian of lonq »qo U almott lo*t. One h*t te fo way, way beck to remember things at they The weather is beautiful and we are having a nice time of reminiscing with old school chums, marveling at the changes and talking about our families. I efid not call the Cecil Williams until today, Frid»v, and •t they do not answer, expect they are at the lake for th« weekend. 111 try to cell them before I return home. You will recall they are cousins of Mrs. Joseph Lynch Jr. to whom Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. Lvnch's Mother sent one of my columns about Aunt Barbara. The Williams live just a block over from Aunt Barbara and they see each other occasionally. I returned from the funeral of Ross Inman at Watertown. S. D., to Aberdeen with Hale Inman and family and visited with them a day before going to Fareo and Aunt Barbara. Toured the Inman farm and hatcheries and drove bv the famed Fischer home. The farm the Fischers have purchased is 800 acres and they are building a beef herd as the land is better for grazing than cropoing. They are landscaping the acres for miles and one of these years it will be a place of beauty, a lovely setting for the fine new home and nice large family. The winter here was hard on paint and Aunt Barbara is havinf her house scraped and repainted. The plate glass people ere hero doing something to the combination windows, carpenters are putting in louvers for added ventilation, the bowse next door is going through some face lifting and this i* tbo busiest, noisiest street around. Spring cleaning is the order of tbo day. I have had a nice visit with Mrs. Henry Stninc via phone. They are well and say hello to the Bancroft folks they know. I may get to see them but am not sure as we are leading a busy pace here. I think we bewilder our Aunt Barbara. Aunt Barbara has oiven me some more old hat pins to add to my collection. They really are interesting and with the,wider crowns of hats of yore lonq pins were needed. My cousins and I have had pleasure going through boxes of clothing of long ago. Aunt Barbara's wedding gown, old hats and capes. The clothes were so feminine and made with such detail. You couldn't make up one of those in a day or less as we do now. ''<-•• '• • '•- ,' •••• . • .;„ % : . 1 •**•-&'• " .» - ,.-" *• r - • f.-.- ' $' '- -,' >; .j»...-A"-v ^f/AfJUt *% I am having a time finishing this column before we start out on our round of visits as my cousin Ruth keeps coming to the door to say, "Marian, remember when?", and we are off into the house of memory. As we relive some of these memories of our race along lifos ways, I wonder if we really saw how wonderful they were. Seems like then we were thrilled only with the race through time. Now we take time to savor and contemplate the steps we made along the miles of life. We take a little time now and look about and the journey along the returning miles is paced slower. We take time to linger, to play and we come to know that what really counted was the loveliness on the way. If I think that Fargo has changed in the past several years, I'll have surprises in store for me when I return in the fall, for urban renewal plans are already tearing down old land marks and doing away with what we called, Shanty Town. And yet I do wonder where all those people will be moved to. I hope it will prove to better their lives, but I do wonder. As my cousins and I retrace the years of our youth, I am glad we had opportunity to enricnen our days so we have such pleasant memories. And so with Mary O'Connor, I say, I love the joy of planting To reap in future springs, The memory of my childhood And old familiar things. Corwtfh — Mr. and Mrs. Ce- ; cil Zweifel of Wilmore. Ky.. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wesselly of Lake Odessa, Mich., held open house in honor of their Parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel's fiftieth wedding anniversary at their home in Corwith June 6. Mrs. Zweifel's sister. Mrs Verna Thomson of L*dvard. had charge of the guest book and their granddaughter. Ocile Zwetfel. handed out "Thank You" notes to the guests. Sisters of Mr. Zweifel. Mrs. Hattie Lichtv of St. Petersburg, Fla.. and Mrs. Esther French. Con- rord. Calif., ooured assisted bv Mrs. Laura Zweifel of L»Verne. The weddine cake, which was the centerpiece on the refreshment table, was made by Mr. Zweifel's niece. Mrs. J. L. Bir- haumer of Cl»'r. Mrs. Elmer Marr. Mrs. Cecil WUhUe. Mrs. Harold Brown of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Lloyd Strouo of Hampton, served and Diane Wilhite, TJnda Button of Pocahontas. Retfv Hnl«ather of Riceville and Kathy Jutting of Buffalo Center, served as waitresses. Or^an music was plaved during the afternoon by Mark Wilhite, who also accompanied Orman Lefever of Maweaaua. 111. Guests were registered from seven states and thirty-five cities and towns. There were twelve guests who had attended their wedding fiftv vears ago. Lottie Mason of LuVerne and John Zweifel of Rochester, Minn., who signed their wedding certificates as witnesses at their marriage, were both present. All of Mr. and Mrs. Zweifel's immediate family were in attendance except one sister of Mr. Zweifel. Mrs. Jack Thomas of Matoon. 111., who called during the afternoon to congratulate them. Frank Thorpe, who graduated with Mrs. Zweifel from the LuVerne high school 56 years ago and his wife from Ames were present. Greetings were registered from Michigan, California, Tennessee. Florida, Montana. Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Nebraska, Canada and Iowa. Many good friends and business associates of long- standing were present and relatives from distant places were on hand as well as those form Corwith and surrounding towns who came to make the day a very ioyous occasion for the James Zweifels. The Zweifels stated that they wished to express their heartfelt thanks to all those who helped make their 50th wedding anniversary a happy and memorable occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gourley and family of Traer, is visiting this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gourley. Mrs. Melvin Severns, Mrs. Ruby Price, Mrs. Mae Long, Mrs. Tena Thompson and Mrs. Terry Long visited Friday with Mrs. S. A. Palmer at Renwiek. Tim Long is staying with his sister and husband in Des Moines, the A. J. Hardly, and working for a carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Logdson and girls and Mrs. Mary Barr of Marble Rock were Fall?. Mrs. Thufmdn Gaskill and infant daughter returned to their home Saturday from the Belmond hospital, Mr. ind Mr*. George Olawe and Mr. ind Mrs. Dennis Olawe visited Sunday tt the Grant Imlay home in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eilgin, Longmont, Colo., s&efit Thursday and Friday visiting Corwith friends. Dennis Widen and Donrrie Gray are attending a two week music earner at lowi Qtv. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin and ,Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson of iKanawha visited Sunday afternoon with Mr, and Mrs. Richard Mullin at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson enjoved a picnic Sunday at Pi- j lot Knob. j Vickie Fisher underwent sur- jgery on Monday at St. Ann's {hospital in Algona. RICHARD Schneider, son of I Mr - an<J M «- William Wood Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider, j returned to their home after Algona. was graduated June 111*. 06 " 1 !" 18 * . w ? ek ., ^IV 1 ^elr from Mankato State college with I WX&F*, •*"" '"wly ****. **? a B. A. degree in Business Ad-i 0 "-- I?wa aty ministration and Psychology, He will he employed by International Harvester Company, Minneapolis. at Mrs. Mary Barr of spent the weekend with her son and family, Sam Lodgson. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tetschlay of Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting National Safety Study reveals: 16.6% CARS FLUNKED ON SAFETY-CHECK Be sure your car is SAFE-see your Sinclair Dealer! Faulty lights, hazardous brakes, exhaust systems and tires-these head the list of safety defects in cars- Have your nearby Sinclair Dealer give you/ car a thorough Safety-Check - put it in trip-shape for warm weather driving. He'll change oil, lubricate correctly. You'll be ready to got Prive in todfy at the sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. \SnKltiri Hilton's Sinclair Service Stiff i Jonef Street* AIO.OJI* On Saturday, June 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry I Long, guests were Mr. and Mrs. j Lorris Long of Penn., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fugate and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Street and Mrs. Jerry Harn, Mrs. Larry Hardly and son of Des Moires, and Mrs. Mae Long and Verle. C. B. Robinson is a oafient at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Mrs. Laura Brockman, Janis, Jeff and Joelene soent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webner at Mason City. . Cindv Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted. Miss Marilyn Lerdal of Renwick and Jim Servold of Hum-1 boldt were Sunday dinner guests j with Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram, j Mr. and Mrs. Ormand LeFen-j fer, Beth Ann and Joel of Mo-j weaqua. 111., snent Wednesday i with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zweifel j and were supner guests at the \ Cecil Wilhite home. Mrs. Hattie Lichtv of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Esther i French of Concord. Calif., soent! a few days with their brother, and ivife,.,Mr. and MrsV^jJnv ".weuel. " ' Rev. Robert Frey of Perry was the guest speaker at the Grace Baotist church. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tebben and family spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter at Arnolds Park. Patricia William of Bayard, spent a few davs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee William, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and Mick and Barbara Ruprick spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Will in Minneapolis. Mrs. Harold Pennine returned to her home from the Lutheran hospital following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eisele of Dixon. 111., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamm. ; Bruce Johnson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Jr., of Grinnell, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. - [ ' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers attended a Nygaard reunion at the Call park in Al- gona'Sunday. I" Janis Brockman and Gloria Penning attended the Girls Scout training course at Camp Gaywood, Clear Lake, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. William Gourley returned to her home from the Bel' mond hospital following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. visited Saturday at the Jim Daniel home in Algona. Mrs. Waif Waltman spent the weekend with her daughter and family, Mrs. John Van Tuyl in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdmqn were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Pletcher home nefr Kanawha, afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Lee William, Mrs, Dale Yeoman and daughter and Mrs. Lou Hoover and Patty of Burt. Mrs. Clayton of California aril her son William Clayton arid two children of Sioux Falls, §. D., spent overnight Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers. A family gathering was hei4 Sunday at Crystal Lake in honor of the birthday of Sonja Hai verson of Thompson, the daughter of the Vance Halversons, those from Corwith present were, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hankin. Mr. and Mrs. Roland i Hankin and family, Bert Mey! ers and Ann, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1 Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ;liam Meyers and family. j Beth Risvold, daughter of Mjr. : and Mrs. Carvel Risvold is a> j tending Girls State at Ced^r Bush " On Monday, they visited ' Charle, Ko, home in Le vr a _j «. c *» T\ • Mr ' and Mrs ' Steve Devuie ' Mr. and Mrs. Max Sloan and family, Mf. and Mrs. John Ox-i ley and Gary, Mr. and Mrs.j Maurice Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sloan and family and Ethel Beer all enjoyed a picnic Sunday evening in the park in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Devine's anniversary. Mrs. Mary Ban- of Marble Rock spent the weekend with her hon and family Sam Lodgson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gelner and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown of Britt visited Friday night at the John Adams Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johason and family visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr in Algona. Mrs. Tena Thompson of Minneapolis, spent a few days with her daughter and family, Mrs. Terry Long. Cynthia Long is visiting with her sister and family, Mrs. Larry Hardly in Des Moines and seeking summer employment. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adkins of Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett of Minneapolis, visited the weekend with the George and Thurman Gaskills. Mrs. Bernice Asborn of Millesville, Penn. is visiting Mrs. Louise Gaskill. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and family visited Sunday afternoon iat the Kenneth Wagner's. ... against hail loss. You can't afford to-lose your crop income. Be sure and Insure w th Farmers Mutual Hail. You get extra service and safety with. Amenca's Ergest hail company. Over 130 trained fie dmen assure prompt settlement of claims. Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost, Call your Farmers Mutual Hail agent soofH L. S. Bohannon Insurance Agency AMMMMMMMIMIWMMMMMAAA TH/S 8/G M-M L-P GAS TRACTOR CAN REALLY TURN OUT A DAYS WORK!" i i : , • ! •OB THUL, WHO FARMS 400 ACRES 3>/< MILES NORTHWEST OF LU VERNE, IS MORE THAN SOLD ON HIS MINNEAPOUS-MOLINE M602, WHICH WAS PURCHASED LAST FALL. He is shown above seated on the big tractor, which has 180 hours on it, "I never add oil and didn't have to choke it once to get it started during the entire winter!" * . DURING THE COLD WEATHER, BOB GAVE (T A GOOD WORKOUT ON HIS GRINDER - USING IT FOR A TOTAL OF AT LEAST 90 HOURS, WHILE TURNING OUT TWO TONS OF FEED EVERY 10 MINUTES, Bob also has two conventional tractors for smaller jobs on the big lay-out on which he raises corn, soybeans and oats, plus 600 hogs. He also has a lot of hay land. The M-M 602 is the first big tractor he has owned, but he would like to have another some day. L.F. GAS ALSO IS USED FOR OTHER PURPOSES ON THE THUL PLACE, INCLUDING THE FURNISMIMG OF Hi AT FOR HOG BARNS, ITC. THE M-M IS CAPABLE OF 70 - 75 HORSEPOWER/ACCORDING TO BOB WHO is FARMING THi PRESENT PLACE FOR THE SECOND YEAR. "«"«rwwsn, A^VKBiNG TQ BOB, WHO IS NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. COMPLJT! LP AND NATURAL GAS 16 f AST SJATf

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