The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1965 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1965
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13th Homecoming, LuVerne High, Saturday The 13th annual LuVerne high school Homecoming will be held Saturday evening, Nov. 13. Invitations have been issued to all living alumni from 1894 to 1956, past and present faculty members and the school board, and the general public is also invited. The class of 1940 will also hold its 25th class reunion. Arrangements are being made for the class of 1940 by Mrs. Earl Johns of LuVerne. Special recognition will also be given the classes of 1950 and 1960. It will be the 15th reunion for the class of 1950 and they are urged to attend the dinner in a group. Mrs. William Wickett of Lu- Verne is arranging for this class. The senior class will serve a buffet supper starting at 5:30 p. m. Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, class of 1940, Mrs. Carmen Nielsen, class of 1952, and Mrs. Linda Meyers, class of 1962, will be in charge of registration. The evening program starts at 7:30 p. m., with a basketball game to climax the evening. Lu- Verne will play Corwith-Wesley. LuVerne WSCS Observes 25th Anniversary LUVERNE - The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the LuVerne Methodist church observed their 25th anniversary Oct. 20 in the church fellowship rooms. A prelude of an organ and piano duet by Mrs. Joseph Thorn and Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Welcome was given by Mrs. Irwin Jergensen. Devotions were led by Mrs. William Goetsch. History of the local society was given by Mrs. Jergensen. Honored were charter members and past presidents. Correspondence was read by Mrs. Faye Lichty. Two district officers, Mrs. A. R. Schleusener of Laurens and Mrs. Carl Earth, Havelock were present. The first minutes of the meet- ;>Mftd j .and Mcs.'t> • Homecoming Queen Candidates ' 22 Book Reviews Feature Titonka Club Roll Call TITONKA - Titonka Federated club met on Thursday evening at the library meeting room with Helen Schuster and Virginia Orthel hostess and co-hostess. Mrs. Edward Boykenpresented the lesson, "The Status of Women." Mrs. Holland Fox gave a short lesson on "Brasilia Today." Twenty - two members responded to roll call with a written book review. - o The Titonka Methodist W.S.C. S. met on Wednesday p. m. at Fellowship hall. Mrs. J. K. Hill led in worship service; Miss Hazel Budlong presented the lesson. "Where the Women Are." Hostesses were: Mrs. A. HOMECOMING QUEEN candidates for LuVerne high school are pictured above. Left to right are Jane Hanselman, LuVerne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hanselman; Virginia Meyers of Liver more, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers; and Connie Sanford, LuVerne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford. One will be named Saturday night to rule over the 13th annual Homecoming of the school. (UDM foto). Ex-Resident Of LuVerne Rites In Wisconsin ' president. Following presidents we re:-Mrs. Erickson, former Mrs. John Brink; Mrs. Faye Lichty; Mrs. Lucinda Stone; .Mrs. George Wolf; Mrs. Wm. Goetsch; Mrs. Loyd Larson; Mrs. Alvin Weber; Mrs. Sylvester Brace; Mrs. AllynBrink; Mrs. Allen Blake and president now, Mrs. Dale Zentner. First circle presidents were Circle 1, Mrs. KatherineBurtis; Circle 2, Mrs. John Voss, Jr.; Circle 3, Mrs. Faye Lichty. The Evening Star circle was organized in January 1948, president, Mrs. Howard Smith. Eighteen members of the original 23 charter members present were Myrtle Jordan, Faye Lichty, Myrtle Eggleston, Mrs. Surby, Lucinda Stone, Clara McClellan, Marvel Eggleston, Minnie Davidson, Opal Nygaard, Marvel Nygaard, Gladys Genrich, LelaHof, Minnie Henderson, Eula Mae Voss, Anne Smith, Florence Leg-" ler, Edith Wolf and Anna Voss. - o - Mrs. ClaraMcClellan returned home Friday from a week's visit in Des Moines with her son, the Glen McClellan family. Her grandson, Don Meyer, employed in Des Moines, returned with her for the weekend with his parents, the Harold Meyers, Mrs, Alma Madden was pleasantly surprised Friday afternoon when her neighborhood ladies went to her home for a housewarming, Mrs, Madden purchased the residence of the late Mrs.' Jessie Sanford, which she bad remodeled, addition built and an attached garage. She moved here from the Fenton-Ringsted Vicinity, following the death of Mr. Joe Madden in October, 1964. Readings by Mrs, Faye Lichty arid some quizzes, happy birthday was sung, a gift presented, followed by refreshments of birthday cake bakea byMrs.Wm, Goetsch and coffee, Guests were Mrs, John Cox, Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs, Bryce Wickett, Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Mrs, Gerald Ramus, Mrs, Clara Wolf, Mrs, Fred Baumgartner, Mrs, Wm, Goetsch, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs, Lichty, Mrs, Albert WUhelm, Mrs, James Mallory ancl Mrs, Wm, Bigtogs. . William steil is a patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge since Oct. 25 following a heart attack at his farm home. Mrs, Harold Hansen of Bode is a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge since Oct. 25, Harold —— is at the home of his son, the Harding Hansens near LuVerne. They are former residents here. Clifford Holmes is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona the past week. He is an employee of Kossuth county as a road main- talner. Mrs. Olla Godfrey, 94, was released Saturday from the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge where she was a medical patient several days. John Voss, Sr., Algona, former long-time LuVerne resident, was the honored guest at a dinner at the Johnson House in Algona Sunday on the occasion of his 84th birthday which was Oct. 23. Guests were Mrs. Voss, daughters Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, Wesley, their three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Larson of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kouski of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bishop of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Frederick, their son, Mr.' and Mrs. John Frederick, daughter Robin Sue of Arlington, his son, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss and family, LuVerne, and Mr, and Mrs. Delmer Voss and family of Eagle Grove. The Misses Lois Turley of Rolfe and Mario Stampke, Lu- Verne, left Monday evening for Miami, Fla. They expect to find employment there. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Frickand her mother ofNewGlarus,Wisc., were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty. Mrs. Chris Luthi and her sister Miss Ida Fehr of West Bend were Tuesday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Cotton To Head County Group For $50 Dinner Angus Cotton of Lone Rock has been appointed Kossuth county chairman for the testimonial dinner honoring U. S. Senator Jack Miller of Sioux City at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines on Dec. 10. Main speaker at the "Iowa Salutes Jack Miller" dinner will be George Murphy, the popular entertainment personality who now is U. S. Senator from California, Both Murphy and Miller are Republicans, Cotton will head the Kossuth county drive to sell $50-a-plate tickets to the dinner. Cotton was appointed by State Senator Jack Schroeder of Davenport, finance chairman for the "Iowa Salutes Jack Miller" committee. Besides Murphy, Schroeder said several other dignitaries will attend the dinner, James Hoak of Des Moines is chairman of the dinner and W. Harold Brenton of Des Moines is treasurer. License 27 New Cars In County During Week Twenty*seven new cars were licensed in Kossuth county during the recent week as follows: Chevrolet <• Melbourne or Luella Hagedorn, Elmore, Minn.; Georga Anne Voigt, Fenton; Lucinda A, Bierstedt, Whitte- more ; Herman Weringa, Lakota; K & H Coop Oil Co.,. Titonka; pickup; James or Mildred Spear, Algona; Luella Blumer, Lu- Verne; Marcus J. Langerman; Marine A. Danielson. Lincoln - Elmer W. Dole, Irvington. Ford - D. L. Peterson, Algona; Bernard T. or Ann Looft; Donald P. Puffer, Algona; Harold F. Kuchenreuther, Algona; Douglas Wildin, Algona, pickup; Theron C. Hansen, Wesley, Frank Rueb, Algona. Mercury - Alphonse Berte, Bode. Dodge - Donald G. Reding, Bode. Pontiac - Cecil L. or Emma L. Cox, Algona. Buddy M. H. - Dale Eugene Harms, West Bend. Winneoago - Leonard or Evelyn Warner, Algona. Honda - Mark F. Capesius, Whittemore. Johnson 17 Trl. - Walter J. Bradley, Algona. Plymouth - D. L. Peterson Trust, Algona; Michael A.Greg- erson. Olds - Billy C. or Evie M. Goodpasture, Algona. Chrysler - Donald V. Gant, Algona. Livermore Man Victim Of Heart Attack At Work Lewis Raymond Bordwell, 52, Livermore, died of an apparent heart attack Saturday while sawing trees in Bradgate, Funeral services were held at 2 p. ra, Tuesday at the Lindhart Funeral Home, Humboldt, with Rev. Fred M. Shultz, Methodist pastor, officiating. Burial was in Union Cemetery, Livermore, with military rites by the Livermore American Legion Post, Born and reared at Livermore, Mr. Bordwell was a veteran of four years' Army service during World War n. He is survived by two brothers and four sisters. Ace Bordwell of Webster City, Albert Bordwell, Mrs. Mae Smith and Mrs. Florence McPherson, all of Livermore, Mrs. Sarah Funk of Algona and Mrs, Nellie Riley of Corwith, also a number of nephews and nieces. Silo Collapse Results In Damage Case Two new cases were filed in district court here this weekend, V, C. Smith, plaintiff, is seeking $8,322,37 damages from Trimont Block and Silo Co., Inc., defendant, as the result of the alleged collapse of a silo built by the latter for the former in 1962, According to the petition, the silo collapsed April 14 this year and the resulting damage is sought by court action. A judgment is asked, Elaine A. Albright is seeking a divorce from John Albright, charging cruel and inhuman treatment, They were married Aug. 25, 1953 at Sioux City and there are three minor children, The plaintiff asks custody of the children and support. Oesterreicher, Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger, Mrs. L. Huber and Mrs. T. DeBoer. Hazel and Edith Budlong, Titonka, and Mrs. DeEtta Hall of Wesley, spent Friday in Mason City. Parent - teacher conferences were held at the school on Friday, Nov. 5. Mrs. Mary Budlong, Hazel and Edith Budlong attended the county historical meeting at Swea City on Sunday p. m. Many antiques were shown which had been used in the Titonka area, in the past. Grade Heifner is visiting at the home of her brother, the L. E. Heifners at Thief River Falls, Minn., for three weeks. Karen Bruns is a medical patient at Park hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Mary Budlong visited a few days last week at the home of her daughter and family, the D. B. Buffingtons of Forest City. Thursday, Nov. 11, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper DCS Molnes-11 J» — ^-- - - -- - -- .--. ~-^— Jfc- .^aimy-— HOSPITAL I NEWS I Nov. 2 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Hoover, Burt, boy, 71bs., 11 1/2 oz.; admitted: Darlene Weydert, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Michael Sheridan, Shannon Reilly, Algona; Clifford Holmes, LuVerne. Nov. 3 - Admitted: Katie Alt, West Bend; Pamela Detrlck, Algona. Nov. 4 - Admitted: Mrs. Bertha Batt, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Raymond Kelly and baby, Algona; Clarence Nemmers, Bancroft; Richard Vaughan , Whittemore. Nov. 5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Burt, girl, 7. Ibs., 12 oz.; admitted: W. H. Ricklefs, Titonka, medical; dis- missed: Mrs. Francis BjustroTn and baby, Whittemore; Patricia Lynch, Lone Rock; Mrs. Loren Bell and baby, Algeria; transferred to Iowa City hospital: Mrs. Bertha Batt. Nov. 6 - Admitted: David- Lynch, Lone Rock, accident; Mrs. James Arend, maternity; dismissed: Mrs. Charlotte Wiener, Mrs. Richard Buscher and baby, Algona; Mrs. Vaughn Hoover and baby, Burt. Nov. 7 - Admitted: Charles Christensen, Wesley, medical? Olga Maland, Algona, medical; dismissed: Harry Godden, Al gona. -Nov. 8 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Erpelding, Whittemore, boy, 8 Ibs., 6 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Origer, Bode, boy, 6 Ibs., 6 1/2 oz.; admitted: Joseph Murray, Bancroft, medical ; George Grein, Algona, medical; dismissed: Charlos Christensen, Wesley. LUVERNE - Funeral services for Mrs. Libbie Teuscher, 77, Monroe, Wise., formerly of Lu- Verne, were conducted Saturday at the Steussy Funeral Home, Monroe, with burial in Greenwood cemetery there. Mrs. Teuscher died Nov. 4 at St. Clare hospital, Monroe. She had had a heart condition the past year and had been at the hospital since Oct. 28. The former Libbie Baumgartner, she was born and reared at LuVerne and here married David Teuscher in 1904. They resided here for a time and then moved to Wisconsin where they manufactured cheese at Monticello and Clarno. Later they farmed near Monroe until Mr. Teuscher*s death in 1919. Mrs. Teuscher had continued to reside at Monroe where she was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ. Surviving are four children, a step-daughter, four grandchildren and several great- grandchildren. Also surviving are one brother and one sister, Fred Baumgartner of LuVerne and Mrs. Minnie Dickie of Mason City. Bancroft P.O. Substitute Jobs Are Now Open Postmaster Flora Bradley of Bancroft has announced that applications are now being accepted to fill future vacancies in the positions of substitute clerk and substitute letter carrier in the Bancroft Post Office. Starting pay for these positions is $2.48 an hour with automatic yearly raises in pay. The Post Office offers up to 26 days a year vacation, 13 days a year sick leave, an excellent retirement plan, group insurance, and other benefits. These positions are open to males and females. Applications may be obtained 'at the Post Office in Bancroft during regular business hours. West Bend To Host Masonic Area Workshop Masonic scholars from 30 lodges in eight counties of this area will present papers at a work shop to be held at Templar Lodge No. 514 A. F. & A. M. in West Bend on November 13. The work shop is held for the purpose of extending Masonic knowledge and as an aid to Officers and members on preparing their meetings the coming year. The work shop will be opened at 1:00 p. m> by the Reverend Claire V. McNeet and William T. Campbell, Worshipful Master of the Masonic Lodge here. Presenting papers are Dale All of Spencer, Roy E. Nelson of Arnolds Park, John E. Smith of Emmetsburg, and Ranson Harris of Armstrong. A 6;00 p, m. dinner will be served at the Mayberry Cafe. Richard Van Horn is reservation chairman and the program is by R. L. Logan of Ruthven, Iowa. A. H. Piper of Emmetsburg is Chairman and Robert Griffith of Deliver and Gilbert Hill of Newell are co-chairman •. NEW ARRIVALS AT ZENDER'S SEE THEM TODAY! 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