The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 4
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fla.j Upper P» faint* Tuesday, July 19, 1960 RachaelHeald, Former Burt Teacher, Dies Butt — Friends in Burt were sorry to hear of the death of Rachael Heald, former Burt and' Algona home economics teacher. Mrs Heald's death was caused by cancer of the spine. felue Birds Met The members of the Burt Blue •Birds met Saturday afternoon with Evelyn, Janet and Judy Cherland as hostesses. All back talks and demonstrations were given. The setting up of the' club's booth at the County Fair was discussod. Visiting mother was Mrs Stanley Black. Underwent Surgery Mrs John Kiss-ner is a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she submitted to majoK, surgery Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Clifford Holding spent, the past weekend in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney spent Friday and Saturday vacationing with their daughter and family, the Jaick Buschers, at their cabin at Clear Lake. Mrs Hedwig Larson.. \yJio has been making her hoi'Vie with Mrs Minnie Larson near Titonka, has moved to the home of Mrs Heiei> Johnson, Burt, 'and would be very happy to have her many friends visit her there;„. Mr and Mrs Max Hiatt and family, Emmetsburg; form or Burt residents, spent .Wednesday evening with Burt friends. Mr and Mrs Gary Pringle and family, Ottumwa, spent. the Weekend at the home of hei mother, Mrs parm Groen. Mr and Mrs Ken Cook, Terry Joe. Duane Willrett, and Mrs Al Hinckley spent Monday with Al Hinckley at Oakdale. Mrs Cook also had a check-up at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Louis Riddel spent Saturday evening at the home ot her sister, and family, the Ed Kains at Algona. Also at the Kain home was their daughter. Mrs Phyllis Klaus, a former Burt teacher. Opal Waltman was the guest of honor at the home of Nelle Dremmcl Monday, when the members of the Burt telephone staff helped celebrate her birthday anniversary. 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Donna Hippen, Lakola Jill Lakola — Mr add Mrs Williarr Ilippen announce the engage nient and approaching marriage of their daughter. Donna Jean to Gerald C. Heetlancl. son of Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetlancl, Lakota. The wedding will b< Sunday afternoon. July 24. in the First Presbyterian "church, Lakota. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Donald Koppen and Patty attended the weddim and reception of Marjorie Hemit: and Billy Baum at St. Patrick'; church in Nevada. Billy is the son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Baum former Lakotans who now live in Clear Lake. Shower Honors Last Thursday the following group of ladies .surprised Mrs Carlylc Gerzema at her home in Buffalo Center with a "pink and blue" shower. Mrs Carl Gerzema and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner served lunch. Those present were Mrs C. A. Gutkenecht, Misses Emma and Lena Gutkenecht, Miss Louise Thaves, Mrs Harlan Kruse, Mrs I. E. Wortman, Mrs J. E. Ukena, Mrs Andrew Jansen, Mrs A. E. Anderson, Mrs Jerry Heetland, Mrs William Kienitz, Mrs Orval Kienilz and Mrs Lillian Kopp of Buffalo Center. Install Officers The following new officers were installed at the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary: President, Mrs Hubert Thompson; vice president, Mrs Burdetu Hoeppner; secretary, Mrs Paul Kollasch; assistant secretary, Mrs. Ronald Heetland; treasurer, Mrs Stanley Stecker; chaplain, Mrs Vincent Miller; sgt. at arms, Mrs Ray Krominga; assistant sgt. av arms, Mrs Albert Bosma, Jr. historian, Mrs James Meurer Maxine Clayton, who attendee 1 Girl's State in June gave a report on her trip. Mrs Fred Christ entertained at | Mrs Earl Schmitt, Mrs Georgq a canasta party Friday afternoon. Guests were Mr Harry Roseneau, Mrs Lou Nitz, Mrs Richard £iel- SKO, Mrs Mary Telkamp, Mrs SIMIH' Nelson, Mrs Lena Sch- war'z. Miss Hannah Heetland, Mrs George Meye.s, Mrs Utto Englc- barts. and Mrs Henry Bloine ol El more. Mr and, Mrs Jerry Heetland visited Sunday at the Art Anderson home in Swea City. Mrs Anderson recently returned home from an Estherville hospital and i.-, recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson and family of Hampton were weekend guests at the parental Henry Mitchell home. Guests at the Lauren Thomp- so'n home Thursday evening to celebrate Roger's 14th birthday .vim 1 Mr and 'Mrs Howard Thompson and family of Bancroft. Winkel, Mrs Mike Mergen, Mrs Lester Fuchsen, Mrs Phil Eischen. Mrs Leo Nurre, Mrs Bob Gftigler, Mrs Lawrence Bcsch and Mrs Edmund u'Brien. Assisting this committee are members of last year's committee. Mrs Frank Eisele, Mrs Martin Duffy, Mrs Leo Walters, Mrs Lawrence Kirsch, Mrs Harold [McDonnell and Mrs John VVald- Council Names Sewage Manager At Whittemore Whiiiemore — Russell Harris was hired at . the last council meeting to be in charge of the new sewage disposal plant and help part of his time maintaining streets until the disposal is ready for operation in ttie fall. Mr Harris has helped out at various times in Hie municipal light plant. Kenneth Mergen was hired by the Fullerton Lumber Co. as second man and Wayne Bell, who has been with the company as second man, will take over L. H. Peril's place as manager afler Aug. 1. Becker Reunion The Bcjcker family reunion wat held at the Call State Park in Algona Sunday with about 100 attending. Attending from Lakota were the Arnold Becker family, Ray Becker family, Herbert Julius family, Paul Koppen family, and the .Irvin Koppen family. Flower Show Planned The Lakota Garden Club met July 12 at the home of Mrs Jake Peterson. Final plans were made for the Flower Show, which will be held August 9 at the Lutheran parish hall. Hospital Report Mrs Eida Simonson is a patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she underwent surgery Tuesday morning. i Paul Gade, 2Vz'year old son of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade, entered Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday tor surgery and was released Wednesday. Leroy Elbert was released from St. Ann hospital Friday and is recuperating at home. Arthur Schultz is a patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs Milford Elbert, who was a patient for several days in the Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg, was released and is recuperating at home. . /j Home From Trip Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and their daughter, Rosella Voigt of Algona left Wednesday for a tour to the northwest parts of North Dakota. Enroute to the Dakotas they spent Wednesday night with Mrs Anna Maahs in Fergus Falls Minn., a sister of Mrs Voigt, and upon their return home they visited with relat.-ves in Fergus Falls, Breckenridge, Wendell, and Wheaton, Minn. They returned home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and daughters, Eldora, Ella Rae, Evonne and Mrs Ralph Sebers. the latter of Algona, left Sunday for Malvern to visit with the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dickey Leu. Mr and Mrs Eugene Maahs and family of Des Moines, spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert and other relatives. Beverly Zumach, R. N. at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona, went to Fort Dodge Friday where she met some friends and accompanied them as a passenger to New York where they will spend a week visiting former classmates. A Nissen reunion was held Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors in Whittemore. Hosts were Mr and Mrs George Mever. Visitors at the Edmund O'Brien home over the weekend were Mrs O'Brien's moiner, Mrs M. R Hurley, Elkader, her sisters Colette Hurley, Chicago, Mrs Earl Barry, Mapleton, and brother, Mr and Mrs Bernard Hurley, Ria, Jim and Mike of Milwaukee. Bleckwean home at Fenton, oft Mrs* Bleckwenn's and Mrs Leone Halverson's birthday anniversaries. Other guests included Mr and Mrs John Nickllck and daughter of Tcrril, Iowa; Mr nhd Mrs Wayne Alderson and Patty and Mrs Sophia Bleckwenn of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Merle LocK- wood and children .of bwea City; and Gayle and Ardyth Long. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilbtrg Lois, Raymond, Jerry and Bob. Mr and Mrs John Johannesen, and Mr and Mrs Henry Loort attended a family gathering at the Harry Vahldieck home at High Lake. Others in attendance included Mr.and Mrs C. E. Lashbrook and family of Mason City, Mrs Anne Presthus of Algona Miss Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs Morris Johannesen and family of Armstrong, and Mr and Mrs Wally Blinkman and family of Kcnsott Iowa. The gathering honored Mr and Mrs Ernest Vahldieck o f Portland, Oregon. ' district court here this week. . The matter pertains to an insurance settlement claimed due from Iowa Mutual in the amount of $6,750. George O. Hahlc> was i killed in a collision and the insurance firm allegedly agreed to settlement, bi.it has refused payment to the estate. In another civil matter, Ernest Davis asks $810 damages from Kossuth County for 3240 cubic! .•yards of gravel allegedly removed by the county from land owned by Davis. Davis had presented a bill for the gravel to the county j board of supervisors, but pay-] ment was denied by the board May 2, 1960. | Two criminal cases were settled ,n district court during the week,; Charles A. McCubbin, Fort Dodge, was fined $296.20- and costs for an axla overweight violation after being bound over earlier by Justice C. H. Ostwinkle here. Earl F. Jacobson, Lanyon, paid $200 and costs for driving with a suspended license, ne was also wound over by Ostwinkle earlier. The man who lives by the golden rule today never has to apologize of his actions tomorrow. Six hundred sixty-nine newspapers are purchased In the United States every second of every minute of every hour of every day. Ladies Aid Met . St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid met July 6 with Bertha Mabus, Delores Englebarts and Leona Christ as hostesses. Plans were made, for the annual picnic Aug. 3 at Huettner Gardens. Irene Peterson conducted the devotions, Carolyn Groff and Kathy Peterson played a piano duet. Rev. Meinecke continued his study of "Men in the Bible". Lunch was served by the hostesses. Modtl C405 CLOCK /. RADIO/ • Wakes you to music or buzzer • Lulls you to sleep—turns itself off quietly • Cabinet fully molded back and front • Cpjpr choice: Gray & Wtyte; Rose 95 ' . ; 904ty wrwty on both parti and labor Cullen Hardware Mr LeRoy Estle of Wappengers Falls, New York >_cime Monday to visit his parents, the T. R. Estles. Mr and Airs Lauren Thompson spent the weekend in Waterloo where they helped Mr Thompson's mother, Mrs Real Thompson celebrate her 8Vlh birthday. They also visited at the Donald Swan home and» the Raymond Thompson home there. John Roelfsema left Sunday for a check-up at the Veterans hospital in Iowa City. Mr and Mrs W. D. Ley entertained at a buffet lunch for friends and horse show exhibitors following the horse show at Swca City Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs Robert Powers and four children of Monlicello 111. left for their h--.ie Wednesday after a weeks visit at the parental S. P. Powers home. Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena and granddaughter, Runee Dewey left Thursday for Chicago where they will attend "Kismet" at i summer theatre there. The Ukena's son, Paul, is in the pro duction and has made a name foi himself in operatic circles in tin- East. Mr and Mrs William Glawe o< Fairmont are parents of a daugh ter born June 27. She has been named Lori Jean. Mrs Glawe IP the .former Marie Behnken,dor! and a former Lakoian. Mrs William D. Ley went tr Des Moines Sunday where she met Mr and Mrs H. D. Gross and three children, who are home on a month's leave from Lima, Peru, South America. Mrs Gross is tht former Jeanette Knutson, Lakota Sunday guests at the C. F Ennenberg home honoring him on a birthday were Mrs Dagmar and Clarence' Ennenberg of St. Ansgar, Mr and Mrs Owen Peters Gorden Let- of Emmons Style Show Set Mrs Leonard Elbert and Mrs Carl Johnson have been named co-chairmen of Stylorama, the annual style show sponsored by the Whittemore C. D. of A. by Mrs Cleophus Derner, grand regent. The event will be held in the Plantation ballroom Tuesday, August 8, at 8 p.m. Others serving on the committee are Mrs Joe Loebach, Mrs Dick Vaughan, Mrs Art Elbert, Early Resident Of Seneca Dies Seneca — Alfred Jacobson, 75, long time Seneca resident, passed away at the Elkhorn Nursing Home at Elkhorn, Iowa, last Wednesday. He had been a resident at the home for the past ten years. Funeral services were held at the home Friday morning with burial at Seneca, Friday after? noon', at the Blakjer 'cemetery. The Rev. David Vegen had charge of the burial service. Pallbearers included Wayne and Roy Klien, Martin Wilberg, Gordon Roscholt, Peter Jensen and Henry Looft. ne was preceded in death by his parents, the Albert Jacobsons, Seneca pioneers, also two brothers, Charlie, and William. Insurance Firm Sued Here In District Court W. C. Hahle, administrator of the estate of George O. 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