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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1960
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I -AI§efta fla.) Upper ftes Melnw 0961 7 «t">r Darlene Skogstrom Bride Of Thomas Kinsey, June 4 Darleno Skogstrom, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Skogstrom of Algona, became the bride of Thomas C. Kinsey, son of Mr and Mrs fi. S. Kinsey, in a double ring nuptial ceremony performed Saturday morning in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here by Father Robert Thiele. The bride was attended by Gayle Hedke, Des Moines. a's maid of honor, and Jan Monacelli of Chicago Heights, 111. and Janice Kinsey of Algona, a sister of the bridegroom. Phil Kinsey. brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. and Charles Miller of Alguna and David Arnold of Ft. Dodgr wem groomsmen. Jim Van Allen and David Skogstrom, both of Algona. were ushers. Bill Higgins and Oscar Frochlich acted as altar boys. Kathleen Griffin was organist. and Tom Hutchison was soloist. The bridal gown was of spun silk, floor length, with a swoon- train, short sleeves, and a neckline with irridesceilt sequins and seed pdarls on lace, and a finger- tip veil. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis on a white prayer book. A reception and buffet luncheon followed at the Algona Hotel at which Mrs Cliff Skogstrom had charge of the guest book, and Mrs Alvin Kramer and Karen Navoichick had charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school, and attended Drake University, where she was a member of Delta Zela sorority. She is advertising manager of the Algona Upper Des Moines. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, served three years in the navy, and has been attending Iowa State University where he is a student in aeronautical engineering. He is employed this summer by the Robinson Construction Co. After a wedding trip the young couple will be at home at 406 North Phillips St. until September, when they will live in Ames where the bridegroom will complete his university course. Mrs Bessie Jones was recently visited by her 'son Harold Jones, Milford. Mr and Mrs James Arend and family left Friday for a two week visit with relatives in California. Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley was visited recently by Mrs Ray Selken, Minneapolis, nee Thelma Horrigan. Mrs William Ringgenberg spent last weekend at Blue Earth, Minn., with her parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Mrs Olga Jordon had as guests last week Mr and Mrs John Jordon and children, Virginia, Steve and Randall, of Milwaukee, Wise. Mrs Louis McEnroe spent the weekend at St. Paul, Minn., at tending a tenth anniversary reunion of St. Catherine graduates. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mr and Mrs William Funk and Diane Riley spent last weekend at the Okobojis. Mrs Nell McCall was visited Memorial weekend "by Mr and Mrs James Griffith and son John and Mr.and Mrs Ed Hunt and Eddie Lee, Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser took •their house trailer to Iowa Lake last weekend and were joined there by Mr and Mrs Russell Crapser, Waterloo. Mrs Esther Benson spent Thursday and Friday at Estherville with Lois Lamb. Friday she attended the Royal Neighbor convention held there. Mrs Imelda' Engesser and Dan attended the graduation of the former's nephew William Dooley Jr. from Campain school at Prairie du Chien, Wis. May 27. Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer have been visited by their son Benjamin and his fiancee Jene Meyer, Truesdale. The wedding date is July 17. Benjamin is a theological student at Dubuque. Mr and Mrs August Schmidt Linda and Lynn, .and Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider spent the Memorial weekend in Illinois. The Schmidts visited Mr and Mrs Fred Schneider at Braidwood and the Schneiders visited Mr and Mrs George Simon at Joliet. Mrs A. J. Eason and daughter Mary Susan are enrolled for summer school at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. Mrs Eason is •a teacher in the schools here and Mary Susan is preparing for enrollment at Drake University, Des Moines, in the fall. Earl Miller, who is employed with a construction company at Thornton spent from Friday till Tuesday here with his wife. Callers of Mrs Miller Tuesday afternoon were Mrs Edith Jandl an4 Mrs Esther Williams, Titonka, Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, Burt. Mrs E. J. Murtagh had as guest last weekend Myrtle Beane, former resident here now living at Duluth, Minn. They drove to Cedar Falls to visit Mrs Murtagh's daughter Mrs F. H. Pruyn and were also in Fort Dodge to call on Mrs Laura Smith and Mrs Charlotte Swinney Sedgewick. Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling returned May 25 from a trip which began Mar. 14 when they left for Margate, Fla. There they visited Mr and Mrs Burton Thorpe. From Florida they left by Carribean air lines for Aruba, the Netherlands, 'Antilles, to visit their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Elaine Nelson, Lori and Beth. ' Mr» Sigrid Lundh was visited over the Memorial weekend by her children Mr and Mrs Arthur Lundjto B<^qi{,, Wis,., Mr; and, Mi-s V&iW* BrpbiftHeri; Mrs, Virginia Harms, Rockford, 111., Mr and Mrs George Platt and the respective -families, Saturday the entire group drove 4o Ames to attend the graduation of Alvin kwnflh, son pf Mrs Sejsrid Lundh, from low« State University. •Hi Mrs Leora St. John is spending a couple of weeks at Lawrence, Kansas, with relatives. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore spent Memorial Day at 'Riceville with friends. Riceville is the home of Mrs Moore's family. Mrs Kaihryn Mahoney had as Memorial weekend guests Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck, Douglas and David, Blairsburg. Mr and Mrs John Romer and son Jim drove to Dickens last week Sunday to visit Mrs Romer's father, William Beck. Mr and Mrs Sam Baylor had as guests at supper Sunday Joe Daughan and daughter Carol, Titonka, and Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen. Mrs Henry Lund attended the graduation last Tuesday at Fort Dodge of her granddaughter, Janet, daughter of Mr and Mrs G. P Hrabak. Mrs Fern Foster fell on the back steps at her home last week Tuesday and suffered a sprained ankle. She is now able to get around the house. Carl McBride and a friend Larry Colvin, both students a't A.C.C. Abilene, Tex., spent four days recently with the former's parents Mr and Mrs Walter McBride. Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit have had their grandson Mark, 2, here for several days. They were met at Pine Lake, near Eldora for a picnic by the parents Mr and Mrs Michael Streit, Cedar Rapids, who took Mark home. Mrs Clara Walker and Mrs Merrill Walker drove to Dubuque Saturday to attend Loras College graduation exercises Sunday June 5, where David C. Walker, son of Mrs Clara Walker, received his B. A. degree in sociology. Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey have been visited by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs A. T. Hovey, Inglewood, Calif., and had them as dinner guests Tuesday evening. The Hoveys spent some time with other relatives and left for home a few days ago. Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey had as guests last weekend Mr and Mrs Dean Greethurst, Carol Ann and Robert, St. Paul, Minn., Mr and Mrs Eldon Hovey, Ted, Bob, and Bill, Hampton and Mr and Mrs Gordon Hauck, Humboldt. They came to attend the confirmation of the son David Hovey at the First Lutheran church. Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann has been visited by Mr and Mrs Alfred Hoglund, West Plains, Mo. They have also visited other relatives and upon their return home will be accompanied by the parents Mr and Mrs C. T. Grisham of Cylinder who will visit Mr and Mrs Carl Grisham at Mountain Home, Mo., and will be accompanied by Dianne Kuhlmann, sister of Mrs Carl Grisham who will make an extended visit. Mis Lucille Z erf ass was taken to Des Moines Tuesday by Helen Dingley. The former will have a check-up at the Methodist hospital. Miss Dingley will visit Mr and Mrs W. B. Nugent. Mrs Zerfass will be joined there by relatives at the home of Mr and Mrs John Thruau and all wlil attend the graduation at Cedar Falls of Gary Altwegg, son of Mrs Irrna Altwegg and the late James Altwegg, from Iowa State Teachers college. At the Methodist church Sunday morning, May 29, the new organ chimes were dedicated during the regular morning worship. They are memorials from families and friends of Fred Bartholomew, David Bunting, Michael Lee Cheever, Henry H. Dearchs, Viola Douglas, Agnes M. Laidley, M. E. Olson 1 , Mr and Mrs L. A. Potter, Lewis J. Reed, Mrs Ben Reid, Clifford Ringsdorf, John Sabin and former members of the Wesley an Guild. Mrs James Kelse was visited one day last week by Mrs Ernesy Wcisbrod. Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and Bill attended commencement exercises at Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.. Friday. Their daughter, Barbara received her B.A. degree from the college. Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann and daughter Dianne accompanied Mrs Corclia Heiderscheidt and son Henry of Humboldt to Swea City. Saturday to attend funeral services for George Spiecher. Mrs Harold Christensen of Van- •ouvor. Wash., is visiting Mr and Mrs Dick Allen and most of the time has been spent at Burt with Mr and Mrs Fred Gebkin and other relatives in the vicinity. Mr and Mrs John Sires have received announcement of the birth June 1 of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Dailes, at Des Moines. The infant weighed eight pounds and six ounces and has neen named Elizabeth Ann. Ann Lichter Is Awarded Degree Ann Elizabeth Lichter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter of Burt, is one of 178 who graduated from the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Sunday, June 5. Ann received her Bachelor ol Science degree in Nursing. While at St. Catherine's, Ann was a member of the Nurses Club. Lone Rock Girl A Luther Grad Kathryn Johannesen from Lone Rock, Iowa, is one of 213 graduating seniors from Luther College. She was awarded Bachelor of Arts degree Sunday afternoon (May 29) at 3:30 p.m. Commencement exercises. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Kathryn graduated with a major in elementary education. She will be teaching fourth grade at Roseville, Minn, next year. plowing a strip >of garden with the little fellow on his lap. In some way, the boy fell and, the tractor ran evejr hinj and fractured hjs arm abotfe" tfie, elbow. HP was taken to St! Ann hospital where he is being treated. '; • t Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing.and family of Bancroft moved intp the Dora Besch home Monday.'Mr Lensing will help Dr. E. J. Capesius this year. Mr and Mrs Ray Belts and family moved into their new home last week on'Highlawn Addition. They vacated the Paul UHch apartments. • ' Frank Elbert Of Whittemore Rites June 4 Funeral services for Frank W. Elbert, 73, long-time resident of Whittemore, were held ih St.' Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore Saturday at 9:30 a;m. The Rev. Philip Dailey official-' ed at the requiem Mass. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery, with the Hyink funeral home in Charge. Mr Elbert died Wednesday, Tune 1, in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge where he. had'been a pat: ont since May 14 following sur- "ery. Born at Saunemin, 111., Feb. '2, 1887, he was the son of the ite Peter and Katherine Kerker Elbert. When he was eight vears of age, the family moved 'o a farm north of Whittemore where he grew to manhood. On Jan. 15, 1913, he married Mary (Mae) Hayes. They had seven children, five of whom with their mother, survive. They are: Mrs Marcella Farrell 'of Whittemore, Mrs Milo (Anita) Kollasch of Algona, Louis Darrell of Philadelphia, Pa., and Virgil and Wayne, both of Whittemore. One daughter, Mary died in infancy, and one son, Cletus, died in 1958. There are 12 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Also surviving are 11 sisters and brothers, Mrs Rosa Schumacher, Mrs Richard Vaughn and Mrs Leo Walters of Whittemore, Mrs H. J. Fuchsen of West Bend, Otto and Charles of Los Angeles, Calif., Leo of Corwith, Louis of Pocahontas and Andrew, George, and Earl of Whittemore. '• Following their marriage, Mr and Mrs Elbert farmed in the vicinity of Whittemore '•' r uiitil 1920 when he engaged in (He well drilling business with' his father . who had operated (he business since 1910. Later purchasing his father's interest, he jontinued the business Until lie retired in Jan. 1957, after which three of his sons, Cletus of Algona, 'Virgil and Wayne, continued the business. On May- 5 of this year at the Iowa Well Drillers convention at Ft.'/Dodge, the association voted to award lifetime memberships and plaques to the five remaining charter members of the Association, one of whom was Mr Elbert. v . Mr Elbert served as a memBer of the Whittemore Fire Department for over 10 years and was fire chief several years, was on the school board for 'a number of years, was an active member of the Holy Name Society of St. Michael's parish. County BB Loop Funeral For H. Bonnsfetfer At Whittemore WhitJemore — Funeral services for Henry Bonnstetter, 84, were held May 31 in St. Michael's Catholic church, Rev. Philip Dailey officiating. Pallbearers were William Weber, Paul Ludwig, Henry Haag, Elmer F. Bell, James B. Geelan and Robert Gengler. Burial was in St: Michael's cemetery, Mr Bonnstetter was born near West Bend March 3, 1876. He was the son of Michael and Katherine Bonnstetter. On Oct. 23, 1906 he was united in marriage to Katherine Marnach at West Bend. They established their home on a farm three miles southeast of Whittemore. They retired and movd to town in 1943. Mr and Mrs Bonnstetter had five children, William and Joseph on the farms, Simon at home and (Mabel) Mi's Elmer O. Bell and Mrs L. L. Percy of Woodburn, who with their mother and 12 grandchildren survive. He had been a patient in St. Ann hospital at Algona for several weeks and died May 28. Hurt By Tractor James Dietrich, three year old son of Mr and Mrs Robert Dietrich, was seriously injured Tuesday morning when his father was Ayrshire and Lone Rock remained the. teams to beat following Sundiy'6 games in the Kios- suth County Baseball League. Both remairted iftttifeaten as Ayr* shil-e blasted 'Wdst Berid, • 15-4 and Lone itock' edged Algona, 8-7. St, 'Joe slaved on the heels of the leaders With an 11-4 verdict over 'Humbjjldt' in the* only other game played. Whittemore added anpthet 1 win "with a forfeit from Gra'ettinger, 'which has apparently dropped from league action. Standing! W L Ayrshire .,_ 4 0 Lone Rock -..._ 3 0 St. Joe 3 1 Whittemore ' 3 1 West Behd 2 1 Hum.boldt -. 0 4 Algona __0 4 Humboldt will travel to Algona, Ayrshire to 'Whittemore and Lone Rock to St. Joe for games this .Sunday. Henderson held Humboldt to three hits while his mates got 12 in St. Joe's win over Humboldt. Johnson and Mason worked on the hill for the losers, who committed four errors to the winner's five. Bierle bested Eldie Winkel as Lone Rock outlasted Algona. Algona outhit the winners, 10-5, but came Up, 'with six errors to allow Lone Rock to take the win. Wuebker and .Thompson hurled Ayrshire's win over West Bend. Royals 31, Saints 4 American Indians 16, Orioles 9 Red Sox 21, Tigers 1 National Cards 1, Braves 0 Pirates 18, Giant^ 2 Based on openers only, the Royals, Red Sox and Pirates shape up to be the teams' to beat in the leagues. New Football Coach Selected By Burt School Burl — Lewis Finch has been hired to coach football and girls basketball in the Burt Community School for the coming year. He will also teach driver's training next summer. Mr Finch is a graduate of Bondurant high school and is now working toward his master's degree at Utah State. Mr Finch is married and has a 12 month old daughter. Reeled Vic Loebig Victor Loebig, Wesley, was reelected president of the Hancock County Rural Electric Cd-Op at the annual meeting held recently at Garner. Some '1800 members attended the meeting. Leg Amputated Wesley — Emma Studer had her right leg amputated above the knee Tuesday afternoon, May 31, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. She had had part of her' foot amputated several weeks ago. Her sisters, Sister Myra and Sister Bernadctte of Milwaukee, Wis. .came May 29 to visit her. Legal Notices Geo. Spekher, Ex-SweaCily Man, Passes Funeral services for George M. Speicher, 86, former Swea City blacksmith, were held there" at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Barries Funeral Home with Rev. te r Roy Carter officiating. Burial followed at the Harrison township cemetery. ' • Mr Speicher died Memorial Day in a Los Angeles, Cal. hospital. He came to Swea City as a boy and later worked as a black* smith. In 1923, n« retired due to ill health and moved to California where he made his home with a son. He was .preceded in death by his wife, a daughter and a son. Mr Speicher is survived by three spn», Milton . B. Robinson, San Logana, Cal., and Donald E. Speicher and Albert Speicher, Los Angeles; two daughters, Mr* Cordia Heiderspheidt, Humboldt and Mrs Fred Krough, Dolliverj 12 grandchildren and 20 great- grandchildren. « 6 Account Cases i Six account cases were filed in district court liere.thi$ week, Northern Lumber Co. is plaintiff in all actions.: The. company seeks $80.97 from Ralph Gillesr tad; $98.14 from Emm^t and Mr* Emmet PJath; : $176.25 from Paul and Mrs Paul Hendricksont $249.50 from Walter and Mw Walter Lunn; $96.22 from OrviU* and Mrs Orville Miller; and S189.20 from Orville and Mr» Orville Molan, all for merchandise. Wading fool Is Open, Morning Programs Next Morning.activities for Algona's children will get into full swing during the next week, according to an announcement from Everett Barr, member of the playground commission. The annual morning playground program, under the direction of George Duvall, will be held at the Athletic Park Monday through Friday, 9 to 11:30 a.m., beginning next Monday ( , June 13. Baseball and other . summer games will be featured. t The wading pool and handicraft program will also be in operation by that date, with Sue LaBarre in charge. . The wading pool -will be open Monday through Friday from 1:30 to 5 p.m. There will be a 10 minute break each hour and story time w.ill be. featured. •:'< Miss •LaBarre will be assisted by, fjye Gir.l '.. Scouts with the handicraft program at Bryant school, 9 to 11:30 a.m., Monday through Friday each week.. Joe Deines Resigns Joe Deines, former member of the Algona high faculty, who has been principal at Twin Rivers school at Bode the past year. has resigned his position there and will become principal at Pinedale Community School at Cordova, 111., next fall. ' OF UECISION OF THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA Public notice Is hereby given thnl the Board of Adjustment of the City of AlKonn, Town has granted a variance from the terms of the Zoning Ordinanc-e In connection with the application of the following: 1. Helen Johnson ot GIB S. Dodge was granted a variance of the Zoning Code to nllow home occupation. 2. McViiy and Honsbruch was grunted a variance of the Zoning Code for backyiird requirement on l<jt 1, Hlk. 101, Call's Addition. 3. Gene Hood was granted a variance of the Zoning Code for side yard requirement at 81)3 E. Call. Any person aggrieved by the above decisions may present to the District Court of Ko*suth County a Petition for review within thirty days from the 31st clny of Mny, 1f)(|fl. nonrrl of Adjnutrtlent By: Jnmes H. Whittemore Secretary (23) HEANINO ON FtNJ& HtPOflt Of ENdlNEEft OF COMPtETClD CONTRACT OJ» DRAIH HO. 177. To nil landowners find Interested persons In Drnlnnffe District, No. 177. You nre hereby notified that thero Is now on file In the office of tho County Drainage Clerk, Kossuth County, Iowa, n rebort slurred by G. D. Hnrt, 'Engineer In charge of Improvement to Drainage District No. 177, stating In part M_follows: "I find that Contractor Robert G. H. Blumer has now completed alt of the work indicated In his contract, and that same fins been completed In a satisfactory and acceptable "manner." You are further notified that same- Will come up for .hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office in Algonn, Iowa, on the 14th day of June, 1960, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Any party Interested In said district or the Improvement therertf may file objections to, said report and submit evidence tending to show said report should not be accepted. Dated at Algona, Iowa,, this OtH clay of June. I960. BOARD OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA Ily C. S. Pearson, County Drainage Clerk. (23) HEARING OF FINAL REPORT OF ENGINEER Of COMPLETED CONTRACT ON DRAIN NO. 111. To all landowners and Interested persons in Drainage District No. 111. You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the County Drainage .Clerk, Kossuth County, Iowa, a report signed by G. D. Hurt. Engineer In charge of Improvement to Drainage District No. 111. stating In part 6s follows: "I find that Contractor E. R. %ester has now completed" nil of the work Indicated In . his contract, and Hint same has been completed In a satisfactory and aceeiMabl* manner". You' are further notified that same will come ' up' for ' hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office in Algona. Iowa, on the 14th day of Juno, ISrtiO', lit 10:01) o'clock A. M. Any party Intoresled In said district or the improvement thereof may file objections to said report and submit evidence tending to show said report should not be accepted. D.ited at Algona, Iowa, this Cth day of June, 1!X!0. • UOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA liy C. S. Pearson -, ' County Drainage Clerk. Girls Softball Loops Slated To Start June 13 ; There will be a meeting of all managers of teams in the Algona junior and senior girls softball, leagues, tonight (Tuesday) at ; 8 p.m. in the city hall. Play in the three leagues will begin Monday, June 13, at two sites. Junior .league contests will be played on two diamonds at Bryant school, while all' games 'in the senior loop will be played on the, north diamond at'Lucia Wal-lace school. .There' are eight teams ih the junior league and four in the senior loop. Openers June 13 will find the Canaries meeting the Chickadees at Bryant and the Carnations will tangle with the Orchids at Lucia Wallace. Play will continue, through July 13. . Team managers are: Junior League — Bluejays, Mr and Mrs Robert Carr; Canaries, Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner; Cardinals, Don Winkel and Bob Reding; Chickadees, Charles Hinken, Mrs Walter Adams and Rev. and Mrs ,G. Gerike; Doves, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt'; Orioles, Mr and Mrs Howard Smith; Robins, L. W. Nitchais arid John Spencer; arid Wrens, AlBrbwn, Bev Johnson* and Linda Tague. ' Senipr League — Carnations D. P. Smith,'Barb Bartlett and Rosemary Medln; 'Orchids, Mr and Mrs Ken Geilenfeld. and Phyllis 'Hardgrove; Roses, Mr and Mrs Fred >! r eyer find Mr and Mrs Loyola 1 O'Bfieq; and Violets. John Hopkins, Gary DeBoom, Karen Haase arid Natalie Boldridge. ' Little Leogwrs • OffAndRumilhj) Algona's three baseball little their* ejgty*w ' . Play will continue ihefach loop Monday through Thursday, from now until July 27. 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