The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 13
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aver 100 At Installation Burt Eastern Star, 18th BURT - Well over 100 members or guests attended the impressive open installation of the officers of Kossuth Chapter, 0. E. S. at Burt last week. Mrs. Merlin Davies was installed as Worthy Matron after taking the vows, she was honored with a solo "My Mother" by her daughter Beth, accompanied by Mrs, James Dodds. She was, then presented a corsage by her son, Owen, and escorted to the East by her husband, Rev. Merlin Davies. Harlan Blanchard, who was installed as Worthy Patron was honored by a solo, "Living For Jesus" sung by LeRoy Bras, Lone Rock, accompanied by his wife, He was escorted to his chair by his son, Jonathon. Other officers installed were: Mrs. Bill Amesbury, Associate Matron; Clark Miller, Assoc. Patron; Mrs, Raymond Lovstad, Secretary; Mrs, Howard McMullen, Treasurer; Mrs. Fred Hilton, Conductress; Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Assoc. Conductress ; Mrs. Betty Jean Miller, Marshal; Mrs. Wayne Dugan, organist; Mrs. Dean Andrews, Adah; Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, Ruth; Mrs. Clark Miller, Esther; Mrs. Walter Compney, Martha; and Mrs. 0. H.Graham, Warder. Officers unable to be installed were Mrs. Al Hinckley as.Electa and O. H. Graham, Sentinel. Mrs. Grace Countryman, past Grand Martha and a District Instructor at Pierson, la. was the installing officer. She was assisted by Mrs. Al Htnckley as Marshal, Mrs. J. L. Miller as Chaplain, and Mrs. Arnold Hansen as organist. Following the installation an impressive ceremony "Come Into Our Garden," honoring the Worthy Matron and Patron was presented by the Star Points and Conductresses. Mrs. Davies was presented a bouquet of garden flowers and a blooming plant. Mr. Blanchard received a red rose boutonniere and a memor- andom pad. Vocal selections were rendered to Mrs. Davies and Mr. Blanchard by Mrs. Doris Miller, accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Hansen. Guests attending included Mrs. Grace Countryman, Past Grand Martha and District Instructor, Pierson, and Mrs. Fred Shilts, Past Grand Warder and District Instructor, Algona. The committee in charge of refreshments were Mr. and Mrs, Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, junior past Marton presided at the the coffee service. CLUB SKTT PRESENTED Members of the Burt U. and I. club entertained their husbands at a 6;30 Turkey dinner at the Irvin Ulses home on Saturday evening. Following the dinner a short program was presented including a humorous skit with the following club members taking part: Mrs. Magdalene Ortman, Mrs. Raymond Westling, Mrs.EdLar- sen, Miss Alma Junkermeier, Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, Mrs. Robert Angus, Mrs. Homer Sabin, and Mrs. Irvin Ulses. Rosemary Ulses climaxed the evening entertainment showing slides taken during vacation the past summer at the World's Fair, Washington , D. C. and Quonset, Point, R. I. - o - BURT LIONS Burt Lions club met at the Legion hall, Jan. 17 with American Legion ladies , Mrs. 0. H. Graham, Mrs. H. Lacy, Mrs. Charles Spry and Mrs. Nels Nelson serving. Guests were Mr. Lionell Winters of Calif, and Bernard Miller of Burt. Attendance drawing was won by Darrell McFarland. Lion Floyd Sill reported the annual Pancake day a success. The committee presented a film on the Bahamas. - o - WOMEN'S CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Elva Baettcher and Mrs. Palma Joy Raiding were hostesses to members of the Woman's club at the home of the former on Monday night. Beth Miller was appointed to the nominating committee. Mrs. Ruth Patterson reported on the up- SEE US FOR YOUR Unit Heaters for Hog Houses We'll be glad to come to your farm or you are invited to stop in and visit us. Stpp in and le.t us show you the famous BRYANT GAS-FIRED UNIT HEATER . . . ideal for your hog houses with inputs from 30,000 to 300,000 BTU/Hr. If you are now in town, call us and we'll be out to see you and answer any questions you may have. coming Girl Scout Fund Drive and Helen Smith reported on the Program on Education. Book reviews were given by Jean Lockwood, on "I Will Try" by Logson Kaycra and Mary Jean Andrews on "Up the Down Staircase" by Bel Kaufman. Elva Boettcher gave an article on Indian affairs. A Junior high girls trio accompanied by Erna Grover sang three numbers. Mary Jean Andrews will be hostess at her home for the Jan. 31 meeting of the club. - o - HONOR MRS. HABEGER Mrs. Charles Habeger was honored at two post-birthday gatherings the past week. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Elmer Ferden, West Bend entertained a group of Women in her honor and on Saturday a 1:00 luncheon was held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Weber, Bancroft. Guests included nine ladies from Bancroft and Swea City. - o - Members of the W. S. C.S. are holding an all day bake sale at Mitchell's Electric Shop on Saturday, Jan. 29. Baked goodies will go on sale at 10 a. m. and continue throughout the afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Miller, Estherville, called onhisbrother and Mrife, the J. L. Millers on Monday . The E. C. Millers were enroute to California for a winter vacation. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Ringsdorf - left Wednesday, for. an extended." winter vacation- r iff Texas and other southern states. Mr..and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf entertained at dinner Monday night. Guests included his mother, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mr. aid Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shipler, Swea City and Mrs. Amelia Polhemus. Over 200 friends and patrons of the Burt Telephone Co. attended the open house at the office and toured the building and enjoyed coffee and cookies recently. Roy Ringsdorf, H. E. Rachut, Sr. and K. J. Smith were lucky winners of the drawings. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ulses called on Mrs. Marvin Vaske, who is hospitalized at St. Ann hospital on (Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Barley Troutman, Jr. and Kim, Laura and Joe called at the Harley Troutman, Sr. home , Algona on Sunday evening. Walter Campney attended an all day meeting of the Cooperative Breeders held Tuesday at Anoka, Minn. Mr, Campney is a director of the Cooperative Breeders. Members of Shirley circle held an all day meeting at the Methodist church on Wednesday. The day was spent sewing bandages for various leprosy colonies. A pot-luck dinner was held at noon. Mrs. Betty Jean Miller spent Wednesday afternoon with friends in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill were among the many relatives and friends attending the open house honoring Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Diers on their silver anniversary at Bancroft on Sunday. Mental Health Group Annual North Central Meeting JWd I * WI t • I \0%*1IHUI Paul E. Anderson, psychU Public Service Co. county area and about 180,000 people. Of the people they help, about 60% are adults and the rest children. It is known that about one out of four people have problems for which they need help, and about one out of ten are emotionally ill at some time in their lives. When someone calls for an appointment at the center, the call may be made a month in advance, of the appointment. However, each staff member keeps one hour free each week for emergency cases. In the question and answer period which followed, it was brought out that the center can help people more if they want to change. The center helps to prevent broken marriages. The second Friday each month at 1 p. m. the center is open for all school people for consultation about the children they have referred to the center. It was revealed that many teenagers need help but don't go to the center until they are 20 years or older. Rodney Jensen Of Lone Rock On Grain Tour Rodney Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Jensen, Lone Rock, has been selected to attend the 15th Annual Grain Marketing Conference and Tour in Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 26-28. During the/ three day tour, Rodne>~^Lrt*-^hree other Iowa delegates will spend a large part of their time observing and learning, the.working^ of the Chicago Board ofTrattki'^Th^will watch the opening of a day's trading and tour the General Mills Plant. The boys will also visit Don McNeill's Breakfast Club and be given chances to take five 5-2484 "UP & Natural Gas" ALGONA Paul E. Anderson, psychiatric social worker, and Lyle Kelly» clinical psychologist from the Mental Health Center of North Iowa at Mason City, were the speakers at the annual meeting of the Kossuth county mental health group Tuesday evening at the courthouse, Mr. Anderson told about the center, which serves a nine' optional tours of Chicago, Rodney's trip is being sponsored by the Chicago Board of Trade. Rodney, 17, has raised 12 acres of corn on an experimental basis. This past year he planted 30 inch rows and drilled each kernel of single cross corn seven inches apart; applied herbicides. Asa result the plant population increased from 16,000 to 21,000 at harvest time. For the past three years Rodney has had the highest corn yield in the county. At the crop show he exhibited the top 10 ears of corn and the largest ear. He has increase his corn yield from 114.4 bushels per acre to 146. He hopes to reach 150 bushels per acre. • Rodney is a senior in high school. Parking Meters Here Net Less Money In 1965 Income from parking meters in Algona totaled $17,539.40 in 1965, as compared with $18,637.85 in 1964; $17,393.63 in 1963; and $17,790.56 in 1962. Violations brought in $3,715.23 last year, as compared with $3,890.90 in 1964; $2,244.69 in 1963; and $3,629.91 in 1962. Collections last year totaled $13,715.03, as compared with $14,652.13 in 1964; $14,105.34 in 1963; and $14,123.45 in 1962. Miscellaneous income was $109.14 last year, as compared with $94.82 in 1964; $42.60 in 1963; and $37.20 in 1962. Lowest monthly income was in February, with $619.56, and highest monthly revenue was $1,579,13 in December. $8,970.31 went for salaries and taxes in 1965, with $2,001.60 going for capital outlay. Other expenses of $2,387.19 brought the total outlay to $13,359.10. Net profit totaled $4,180.30. 25 New Cars, Trucks Are Sold In The Area Sales of new cars and trucks to county residents totaled 25 last week, according to registrations at the office of County Treasurer Rosellat Voigt. Owners are: .Chevrolet;- Consolidated Co- Op Creameries, ,Whittemore, truck; J. T. Rike, Titonka, pickup; Welps Hatchery, Bancroft, truck; Garrigan high school, Algona; Lyle A. Marlow, Lone Rock; Vivian K. Butterfield, Swea City; E. B. Wolf, Algona. Ford - R. I. Harms, West Bend, truck; A. W. Brandt, Swea City, pickup; R. H. Siemens, Bancroft; Robert or Ardyce Block, Ottosen; E. S. Haas, Elmorej Howard or Verna Sparks, Algona; F. E. Kent, Algona; K. J. Krause, Fenton. IHC - R. N. Simons, Algona. Olds - R. J. or Marilyn Arndorfer, Corwith. Mercury - H. P. Petersen, Bancroft. Dodge - R. S. or Luella McWhorter, Burt. Buick - John or Alice Kram- ersmeier, Ledyard; Joseph or Theresa Eich, Bancroft; H. A. Marlow, Burt. Rambler - E. H. Bruhn, Fenton. Pontiac - Gilbert or Mary Benschoter, Algona. COON Emmett Simon, Tommy and Irwin Simon and Bob Budden of Cascade have more than 74 coon bagged since the season opened Oct. 16. Several of the coon weighed over 25 Ibs. with the biggest so far about 29 pounds. "OFFICE SUPPLIES - Businew forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper DCS Molnes Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. TKuridoy, January 27, 1966 Algeria (id.) Upp«r 6*1 MfllnM-S Don't t»» bthind Hi* "8-bill" on your INCOME TAX •TOf» end iMok. 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