Timdoy, January 11, 196A - : Alflona (to:) Upper '^'^•••^^^M^^B^MM^MMM^HHMiMMHWlH^H^^MWi^HWMWik^^^^^MMiBiMMMH^^ia^^^^^^^MM^H^^^ilA* Sandra Kay Mogler First Baby Of Year In Algona It took almost six days, but the first baby of the year, a fine healthy girl with lots of dark hair, finally arrived at St Ann hospital here Thursday at 1:13 p. m. The new arrival is Sandra Kay Mogler, who weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces at birth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mogler, who farm near Whittemore. She is shown above with her very proud mother. ' * The Moglers now have two boys and two girls. The other children in the family are Robert 7, Diana 4 1/2, and David 3. Grandparents of Sandra Kay are Mr. and'Mrs. Lyle England, Fenton, on her mother's side, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler, West Bend, on her father's side of the family. Maternal great- grandfather is Charles Paris, Armstrong, and paternal great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber, Algona. (UDM Flashfoto by Don Smith) Home Federal Sell (9 New lips Interest Vehicles in Rate Percent Past I Weeks Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Algona has announced an anticipated dividend rate of 4 1/8 per cent on savings during the coming six month period, compounded semi-annually. The annual statement of the association in an ad in today's UDM, shows total assests at $23,635,012.42, of which $20,044,808.54 is in mortgage loans and other liens on real estate. Following the recent death of H. M. Hauberg, long time director, Harry L. Greenberg was chosen by the board to fill out his unexpired term. Other directors are C. R. LaBarre, president, M. J. Mowers, executive vice-president and secretary; M. G. Norton, G. W. Stillman, Karl R. Hoffman, G. D. Shumway, and D. E. Dewel. Other officers are Mark Stanton, vice-president and treasurer and Richard A. Ringsdqrf, cashier. ——— %• , _i" - •-• .-•', • •„• .T'""'"— * * ""'". ~ * • —••—?• » f •" Cord of Thorio! jjBKagftsgxg CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends and relatives for the many memorials, floral offerings, gifts of food and other acts of kindness shown to us in our recent loss of a loved one. Charles Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson. (2*) In one of the biggest 2-week periods of new vehicle registrations here in some time, 69 licenses were sold at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt) in the past two weeks. Owners are: Chevrolet - E. R. Aldrich, Algona, truck; West Bend Processing Co., West Bend, Pickup; R. D. Rasmussen, Wesley; W. C. Zielske, Lakota; Betty J. Miller, Burt; John and Mary Eisenhauer, Buffalo Center; E. L. Garbett, Algona; H. L. Faber, Bodei R. C. or Gladys Betts, Whittemore; K. J. or Maxine Mulligan, Bancroft; H. H. or Amanda Bruns, Titonka; Rosalia A. fllg, Bode; Kathleen R. Farrell, Whittemore, Richard Mooney, Algona; E. E. or Eva Shipler, Burt; Cons. Coop Creameries, Whittemore, truck Henry and Cena Looft, Fenton; Dale and Ruth Blair, Swea City; K. R. or Diane Kiley, LuVerne; OrviUe or Thelma Hurlburt, Lu- Verne; C. L. Reding, West Bend; H. A, or Marlys Bjustrom, Whittemore; G. J. Elbert, Whittemore; H. E. or Gertrude Allen, Algoaa, Ford - Universal Mfg. Co., Algona; R. L. Woods,Burt,pickup; Taylor Motor Co., Algona; E. J. or Ellen Miller, Algona; C. P. BUsborough, Titonka; J, H. Furst, Lakota; H,W. or Phyllis Herzog, Ledyard; Nicholas or Caroline Weydert, Bode, pickup; Elmer Dole Co., Irvington^ pickup; Evelyn L. Haase, pen- ton; G. A, or Lora Seger,| Algona; John or Ruth Polley, AI- gona; & W. Heitlaad, Swea City; M. E. or Phyllis Zwelfel, Wesley. Dodge - D, G, Reding, Bode,* truck; D. P. or Barbara Hilbert, LuVerne; M. P.Heidecker, Lakota, Morrin - W. f. Otthel, Titonka,' trailer. IHC - Algona Imp!. Co.,truck; Bauer Impl. Co., Wesley; Mor- Gro, Inc., Algona; Reding Gravel & Excavating, Algona. Buick - L. P. or MaryOester- eicher, Titonka; B. a Wibben, Algona; H. C. or Myrtle Baago, Fenton; Otto & Amelia Engstrom, Algona. Mercury - Fred or Eveline Asa, Algona; Melvin F. Schroeder, Ledyard; Harold or Florence Frambach, Whittemore; J. L. Miller, Burt. Olds - G. A. Wittkopf, Algona; M. B. Bonnstetter, West Bend; W. E. Thompson, Swea City; R. L Anderson, Swea City; E. A. Hood, Algona. Plymouth - D. E. Krebsbach, Swea City; D. J. or Madonna Studer, Wesley; J. H. or Amelia Penning, Wesley; Chrysler Leasing Corp., Algona; H. R. Pe'ttit, Whittemore. Rambler - D. E. Nettleton, Algona. Pontiac - A. H. Watnem, Ottosen; Chester or Sarah Sill, Lu- Verne. Chrysler-. G. E. Chally, Algona. Historical Unit Annual Meet , Jan. 11 ' All county residents are invited to attend the annual meeting of the Kossuth County Historical Society at the Algona Hotel next Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 2 p. m. While there will be no formal program, everyone will have the opportunity to present ideas for development of the organization. The Society's rooms above the S & L store will be open the day of the meeting from 1 p. m. It would be of interest to all to visit the rooms and see the many items on display. According to C. R. Schoby, president of the organization, dues for 1966 (or 1965 if you haven't paid yours yet) may be sent to Roy McMahon, Iowa State Bank, Algona, or paid at the annual meeting. Mr. Schoby also pointed out this week that the trust fund account of the Society now shows a balance of $1,093.45, with total disbursements during the past year only $164.55. During the meeting, reports will be given and officers and directors for the new year elected. Members and interested persons are invited to enjoy coffee and cookies following the meeting. Sister Succumbs A sister of William Champion of Lone Rock died Sunday at a Charles City hospital. She was Mrs. Kathryn Springer, 50, Funeral services were held Tuesday at Charles City. Her husband, a daughter, and her mother, are among the survivors, as well as three brothers, Women Voters Meet League of Women Voters will hold a joint meeting of both units, Tuesday, Jan, 11 at 8p.m. at the Druggists Mutual meeting room. Guest speaker will be Rev, Newton Coughenauer on the topic, local anti-poverty program. He to one of four representatives on the Kossuth Board of the Upper Des Moines Assn. Husbands and friends of league members are invited Anna Pfeffer Funeral Held Here Saturday Mrs. Anna E. Pfeffer, 81, longtime resident of this area, died Thursday morning at St. Ann hospital following an illness of four days. Funeral services were held Saturday at 9:30 a. m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen, celebrant, Father Phillips, deacon, Father Ruba, sub-deacon, and Father Bruch, master of ceremonies at the solemn requiem high mass. Burial followed at' Calvary cemetery, here, with Hamilton Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were James Muller, Craig and Loran Pfeffer, Robert Witham, Darrell Green and David Ludwig. Anna E. Thilges, daughter of Michael and Anna Schumacher Thilges, was born at St. Joe Feb. 18, 1884. She, was married to Michael Pfeffer at West Bend May 16, 1905. He preceded her in death in 1958. She was the last and youngest living member of her family, all of her brothers and sisters have preceded her in death. She is survived by 10 children, Henrietta (Mrs. TuckerX Elizabeth (Mrs. Carl LudwigX Henry, John and Marie (Mrs. Ray Muller), Algona; Lawrence Clear Lake; Anna (Mrs. William Green), Francis and Walter, Wesley; and Agnes (Mrs. Ralph Witham), Sexton; 41 grandchildren; and 32 great-grandchildren. A son, Michael, also preceded her in death. Mary Jacobs Funeral Held At Bancroft Mary Jacobs, 79, former Bancroft resident, died Wednesday afternoon at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Algona. She had been a resident of the home since May, 1961. Miss Jacobs was born in St. Paul, Minn. Aug. 16, 1886 and came to Bancroft with her parents in 1892. She graduated in. 1907 from St. John's Catholic school in Bancroft. Her parents, a sister and two brothers preceded her in death. Survivors are a brother, John Jacobs of Cedar Rapids, and seven nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 11:45 a. m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft with burial in the church cemetery. Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. 2 Area Churches Realign Pastors At a recent meeting of the Presbytery, it was voted to sever as of Dec. 31, 1965, the tie between the Algona and Irvington Presbyterian churches, in which the Algona pastor also served the Irvington church. Irvington will be yoked with Livermore and Ottosen in this area, under a new program, and Keith Strayer of Algona will serve as lay pastor for Irvington and Ottosen, The annual meeting of the Irvington congregation was held Tuesday evening, and the annual meeting of the Algona church has been set for Jan. 13. Coldest Day Of Winter, -17, b Recorded Kossuth county weather was varied; to say the least, during the past weekend, with a new low for the winter, 17 below zero registered early Saturday morning and a high of 38 coming Sunday as residents had thoughts of spring - but just small thoughts. A trace of snow hit the ground Thursday and an inch was measured the following day. Here are the week's reading: H L S Jan. 6 18 1 Tr. Jan. 7 14 -10 1" Jan. 8 19 -17 Jan. 9 38 17 Jan. 10 — 4 The prediction for Tuesday morning (today) was for subzero readings again. Three Algernons Get Letters Of Commendation Three Algona men, John Jennings, BahneStruecker and Edwin A. Helmers, were honored this week when they received letters of commendation for acts deemed important to highway safety from William F. Sueppel, State Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety. Jennings received his letter for using good judgment when he jumped out of his own car and stopped a runaway vehicle Dec. 4. Struecker and Helmers were feted for service and aid at the scene of an accident Nov. 13 on highway 169 four miles north of Algona when they assisted with traffic for an hour in below freezing weather. All three were commended for actions that are important to highway safety. They were'rec- ommended for their acts by Patrolman Tom Cagdall, Algona. FARM BALB CAL9NDAR JAN. 13, Thursday - Al Farland Estate sale, at farm located from Swea City, five north and 3 1/4 west, 12:45 p. m. Power and other machinery, feed and feed equipment, HH goods, etc. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank clerk. Sale details in this issue. JAN. 17, Monday - Martin Larsen sale, one west of Seneca store and one mile north. To auction 160 acre farm, 41 Holsteins, farm machinery, misc. etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers, Security State of Algona, clerk. Sale details Thursday's paper. JAN. 18, Tuesday - Carl Beck sale, two miles south and 11/4 west of Depew, or from Cylinder, 1 1/4 north, 1 west and 3 north, and 1/4 west. Machinery and other items, with details in Thursday's paper. Berkland & Bensen, auctioneers, First Trust & Savings, Armstrong, clerk. JAN. 20, Thursday - Wm, (Francis) Fitzgerald sale, five south of Algona on U.S, 169, 3 1/2 west, or from Hobarton elevator, five south and two west. Machinery, buildings, furniture, etc, sale details in Thursday's issue of Upper Des Moines, Vir*- gil Spencer and Erwin MOSS, auctioneers; Security State of Alfjona, dork.
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