The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1966
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10-Algona, (la.) Upper De« Moin«« Thortdoy, January 27, 1966 New CDA Members Installed Twenty ritjw members we. received Into the Algona C. D. A. at the rejniJar meetlne Thursday, Jan. 13. The new \WM\\MK are, back row, left to right, Mrs. Marie BcKlo district deputy, Virginia Krebshach, Loretta Poundstorie; Mary ThilgeK, Audrey Johnson, Agnes Brophy, Sara Lallier, MaJda Cas.'.f.-l, Evelyn Prentice, Mary Joarm Guffey, Djrls Ann D'xJdB, Marie Larriprlijht, Ksther Heirner and Tillle Rlstau, Grand Recent. Front row, Jen to riyht, Adelaide .Simmons, Lavonne McCabe, Marilyn KHz, Donna Meyer, Janice Jeryenson, Barbara Robinson, /-oretta Buscher and Elizabeth Kramer. Mrs. Marie Bode gave a bilei talk, followed by the regular rnoetlw;, (Poundstone Studio Plioto) Wins GMC Award Di the above photo, Walt Bradley, left, of Joe Bradley Equipment of Algona, Is receiving a charter membership in the GMC Professional Sales Club, organized in 1965 and with membership based on the sale of 30 or more GMC units during the year. K. L. Friesen of Mankato, district GMC manager, Is making Uie presentation Tuesday. Largest units sold locally wore a sand and gravel mixer truck and a V-12 truck tractor, smallest was a V-6 pickup. Walt missed a free trip to tlio Bahama Islands offered nationwide by GMC by one unit. (UDM foto) For Sexton, It's Been Comparatively Quiet Spell SP;XTON - Just when it seomod that the town might be going to sloop thoro is activity again. Now residents, but not new- coinors, moved Into tlio Wilfonl Ward homo this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wodorquist wore all sot to move to Algona when thoy found they just couldn't louvo tho Sexton community. As another newcomer to tho area said, the placu kind of grows on you. Tho former Wodorquist house will 1x3 torn down by owner Sam Mlllor and a now homo built west of town. Thoro's no doubt tho Don Pocoys have decided to stay - that Is a well drilling rig in their buck yard, and good luck on tlio enterprise. With tho help of Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Hovoy, Frank and Lloyd Wlso, Mrs. Noll Ophoini hus been keeping tho local store operating on schodulo. Mrs. Opliolm is rusting a little easier now that her granddaughter Is homo from tho hospital. Dawn, daughter of Mrs. John Opholm of Burl spent four days at St. Ann hospital to control hemorrhauliiK after a tonsllloctomy at Iowa City, Her little brother John also had his removed but made a bettor recovery. Tho Soxton Friendly Club will moot this Thursday at the l/>me of Mrs. Art Hlx instead of at Mrs. Opheim's with a roll call of Your Now Year's resolution, liow loin; did you keep it ? Mrs. Don Prow was a caller last week at tlio Mack Wise and Claronco Huff homos. SHOWER HONOREE Mrs. Anne Presthus i;ave a miscellaneous post - nuptial shower Monday for Mrs. David Markla. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Herman Soderberg, Mrs. Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, Mrs. Glenn Klocke, Ledyard, Mrs. Oliver Muthson, Mrs. Janice Dodds and Mrs. Gary Webb. Twenty-one guests were present. Games were played and lunch served. - o EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Henry Johannsen is entertaining the Eight Specks card club Wednesday evening. KAREN KOLLASCH, 10 Mrs. Milo Kollasch i;uvo a party Saturday In observance of the tenth birthday other daughter Karen. Guests were Cindy Buscher, Susan Gotten, Kay Shilling, Donna Miller, Lynn Holtfcbauer, Diane Studer, Debbie A read and the honoree's brothers Larry and Kenny and sister Julie. Ann Milder was unable to lie present. - o - UNION SUITS The Union Suits card club met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Collins. High score prizes were won by Alice Thilges and Carroll Willrett. Low score prizes went to Ann King and Marvin Leigh. Joe King won travel prize. - o - POSTAL DINNER Postal employees and their wives met for dinner Friday evening at Charlie's Supper Club as a farewell courtesy for Kenneth Harris and John Dutton, who have retired. - o - CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs. Elizabeth Post entertained a canasta foursome Wednesday evening. Mrs. Dick Post is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Post was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. - o - SON IS FIVE Mrs. Harold Peter entertained at a birthday party Friday honoring the fifth birthday of her son Harold, Jr. Guests were Mrs. James Sparks, Jerry and Cheryl, Mrs. Merlin Mertz and Craig, Mrs. Phil Ballard, Kathy and Kristie, Mrs. Merle Moore and Gordon and Mrs. John Altman, Jr. and Julie. The women spent the time socially and games were played by the children. - o - IS ENGAGED Mr. andMrs.H. PierceWitmer of Des Moines have announced the engagement of their daughter Anne and Thomas R. Ahern, son of Mrs. James Ahern, Chicago, and the late Mr. Aliern. The wedding will take place in May. Mrs. Witmer is the former Helen Lusby, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. The bride- elect is a graduate of Northwestern University where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and Phi Beta Kappa honor society. The groom-elect is a graduate of Loyola University. He is a programming systems marketing representative and Miss Witmer a systems engineer, both with IBM. - o - WED 50 YEARS The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bode was observed Saturday at Rochester, Minn, They are former Kossuth residents. Mrs. Bode is the former Marie Lamutli. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook, Mrs. Robert Bickert and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode. - o - JEANNE RUEB, 8 Mrs. Frank Rueb gave an after- school and dinner party Jan. 21 in honor of the eighth birthday of her daughter, Jeanne Marie. Guests were Diane Kinsman, Peggy Zender, Joan Frideres, Angela Reilly, Sally Gotten, Lynn Peter and the honoree's brother, John. - o - SON BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Tony Joe, son of Mr, and Mrs, Jerry Jergens. Mr, and Mrs. Don Hayden, Spencer, were the sponsors. A family dinner was held following the rites. Mr, and Mrs. George Jergens and Mrs. Clem Elsbecker, Bancroft, are the grandparents. - o - CARDS AT DERMANDS Mrs. A'ex Demand is entertaining her bridge club Wed- Swea City Man Surprised On 80th Birthday CARL APPELQU1ST Thursday, Jan. 20, proved to be a very pleasant one, indeed for Carl Appelquist, Swea City, who was 80 years of age that day. His son, Leonard, arranged with his wife and family, a party to honor him. It was to be a surprise - and worked perfectly. As the elder Mr. Appelquist went over to eat his supper at 6 p. m. at Florence's cafe, he was met by 16 of his coffee- drinking friends. He had been wondering all day why none of his buddies had been in his store to wish him a happy birthday - Following happy birthday wishes from his friends, Carl read cards from them, then the entire group enjoyed supper prepared by Florence and her staff. Joining him were Carl Anderson, Dave Blomster, Dale Shipler, Harold O'Green, Art Patterson, Ralph Shockley, Richard Anderson, Bob K'.en, Warren Deibler, Crain Appelquist, Paul Geesman, Leonard Appelquist, Roy Fosgren, Vernon Lunn, Jens Mogenson and Richard Swanson. FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick, Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs, Gene Faulstick were dinner guests Jan. 16 of Mr. and Mrs. James Baker. It was an observance of the birthday of Mrs. Baker, the twentieth wedding anniversary of her and her husband and the fourteenth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulstick. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Henry Holland entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. - o Titonka Club Names Officers For New Year TITONKA - Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening with Mrs. Neal Boyken and Mrs. Mark Benda hostesses at the Boyken home for the annual pot luck supper, followed by election of officers for the '66 - '67 club year. New officers will be Mrs. Neal Boyken, pres.; Mrs. Rollie Fox, vice president; Mrs. Heiko Boekelman, secy.; Mrs. Cleo Nelson, treas.; Mrs. Edward Boyken, historian; andMrs.Wnr. Amesbury, executive board member. Mrs. Cleo Nelson gave a talk on highlights of her trip to Hawaii last summer. - o - Rodney Hench, student at West- mar College, and Airman 3rd Class Richard Hench, stationed at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., have been at the parental Art Hench home. They came to attend the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Alex Ezarski. A dinner was held at the Allan Eden home Jan. 17 in honor of Karen and Erwin Edens birthdays. Those present were Mrs. Louise Eden, Mrs. Etta Reib- samen, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eden and family and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heyer are parents of a daughter born Jan. 11 at Buffalo Center hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs., 11 oz. Buffalo Twp.Homemakersclub held their first meeting of the year Friday at the home of Mrs. Carl Callies. Mrs. Wm. Amesbury was assisting hostess. The extension lesson was presented by Mrs. R. L. Krantz and Mrs. Amesbury. Mrs. Lester Eden gave the surprise number. New officers for this year are: president, Mrs. Melvin Ricks; vice president, Mrs. Douglas Mechler; and public chairman, Mrs. Wm. Amesbury. WANTED YOUNG MAN No one can look into a crystal ball and predict your future .... but if you are an ambitious, energetic fellow interested in selling, you can make a future for yourself. We need young men 23 to 35, with at least a high school education, to train for STORE MANAGEMENT Let us give you the details in a personal interview. APPLY AT Gra/trvfete^l. Algona, Iowa (7-8) DON'T DELAY! ... GET FIRE INSURANCE TODAY ! Tomorrow could be too late. This is the day to make sure you have adequate fire insurance protection. Let us plan a program of coverage lhat will give you the greatest protection at the least possible cost. BLOSSOM INSURANCE Phone 295-2735 FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE CALL NOW! Algona, Iowa HOSPITAL NEWS Jan. 18 - Admitted: J. P. Steven, Burt, surgery; Mount Kinseth, Algona, medical. Jan. 19 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reding, Corwith, boy, 7 Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted: Dale Heiderscheidt., Lloyd Shirley, Algona, medical; Ronald Presthus, Bancroft, medical; Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Agnes Vaske, Bancroft. Jan. 20 - Admitted: Floyd Newville, Algona, medical; dismissed: Karen Otis, Wesley; Arden Kramersmeier, Fenton; Ronald Presthus, Bancroft. Jan. 21 - Admitted: Julia Warner, Burt, medical; Stephanie Steil, Algona, boarder; dismissed: Mrs, OrlandSteil, baby John Hood, Robert Schoby, Dale • Heiderscheidt, Algona. Jan. 22 - Admitted: Mrs.Rena Buell, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Kate Heimer, Algona;Mrs. Florence Mulligan, Bancroft. Jan. 23 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock, girl, 8 Ibs., 2 02.; admitted: Mrs. Pauline Coady, Bancroft, medical; Frances Hanson, Algona, fracture; Rev. Robert Lorenz, Algona, surgery; Douglas Hammer, Algona, surgery; Theo Gilbaugh, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Gerald Reding and baby, Corwith; Mrs. Ruth Russell, Whittemore. Jan. 24 - Admitted: Linn Taylor, Harold Bode, Algona, medical; William Meyer, Whittemore, medical;dismissed: Mrs. Orrille Wicks, Simon Henry, Algona; J. P. Stevens, Bart. CHAMPION An Angus named Windy shown at the 1966 Arizona National Junior Steer show .by Marion Siek of Blalrstown won grand champion this month. Marion is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Henry G. Siek, Blairstown.. INVINCIBLE METAL FUR* KITURE franehised dealer — Upper Des Motoes Pub, Co, CHfffSTENSEN'S JANUARY Ind-Of-The-Montli NOTICE CAR OWNERS 1966 CAR LICENSES MUST BE PURCHASED /i BEFORE FEB. 1,1966, TO AVOID PENALTY License fees become delinquent after January 31. After that date a penalty of 5 per cent, with a minimum of one dollar ($1.00) will be added each month until licensed. Please bring in your last registration certificate when applying for new license-this means all motor vehicles including trailers. SPECIAL NOTE: If your car isn't on record in this county, see that it is done promptly by writing to the county of record to have it transferred. A license cannot be issued to you in this county until your car is on record here. ALL TRAILERS ~~ Must be licensed each year - at the County Treasurer's Office. NO FREE TRAILER LICENSES. Wagon Box Trailer used by farmers for own use-$5.00. Trailer with gross weight of 1,000-$3.00. Trailer with gross weight of 2,000 Ibs.-$10.00. All trailer licenses will be delinquent that are not licensed by Feb 1st STORAGE Owners wishing to store their cars or trucks for 1966 may do so before February 1, 1966, thereby avoiding penalty if they wish fo obtain a license later in the year. Cars in storage before or during the year 1965 are still in storage unless otherwise taken care of. Plates must be turned in to the treasurer's office while car is in storage. JUNKING In order to junk a car, both the license plate and registration certificate, also title, must be turned in to the County Treasurer's office, together with a statement or affidavit for junking. TRUCKS Truck licenses will be issued on the gross-weight-that is, the combined weight of the truck itself plus the weight of the load. 3 TON 5 TON 6 TON 7 TON 8 TON Rosella Voigt TREASURER OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA ,-$ 25,00 -$ 40.00 ~$ 70.00 -$ 99.00 -$120.00

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