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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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f DM M6tAH K Couple Set To Observe 25fh AfWhif tenure — Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumaoh will celebrate their hventv-fifth weddih? an- tiiv^rcnn- with an open hnu«e at St, Paul's Lutheran church frorr 2-5 Sunday. SPD! 27, AH friends. relatives and neighbors arc invited. Herbert Zuinach and Eldora Dau \v<?r<? mai-nod Sent. 16, 1934 bv Rev. W. H. Di«rhpr. former pastor of St. Paul's, at Whitto- more. S^- ;/ Mi*ly 111 Clifton Keen* 5 of San Francisco and Mrs Dorothy Brown of Marshall. Mo. were called h^nv 1 bo- cause of tho serious illness of their father. Theodore Kcenc. *<-v^ TO School (Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert and Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch took Mary Greinert to Deeorah. Mondav, where Mary is a junior in Luther college. Mr and Mr? Laxvrence Kirsch of here an<^ Grace McEvoy of Alsona took Msriin K'rsch to Dirbueme, where he entered Loras college. Mr and Mrs Georse Streit took their daughter Rita, to Sioux City. Sunday to re-enter Briar Cliff college where she is a senior this year. Mr and Mrs George Winkel took Mrs Winkers- son. Eldon Andre, to Omaha where he will be a sophomore at Creighton. Mrs "Kathleen Farrell and daughter Emaline took the former's son Leo to Dubuque. where he will enter Loras College for his second year. Merle Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch of Whitte- Novt you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: If we buy a house and the _fire insurance _has two years to run do we have to buy a rjew policy? ANSWER: No, but the insurance company must be notified of the.change in ownership and of any change in the mortgage or purchase agreement. * if'you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation oi any kind.' . L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 Do n't Miss Tom Next Week more and Maurice Kratise, son of Mrs Arnold Krause of fentftn, entered St. Bernard's Seminary at Dubuque, Mary Haag is a student of the Briar Cliff college in Sioux City and Carol Kollasch entered St. VincentV, hospital at Sioux City for nurses training. Elbert Weds When it cornes to travelers Whitternore has Mr and Mr? Frank W. Elbert, On Aug. 31, Mr and Mrs Elbert left for Algona. and from there they were accompanied In* their son-in-law and daughter. Mr nncl Mrs Milo Kollasch on a trip to Philadelphia. Their first stop was at New Hampton, with Mr and Mrs 'Frank Rochford, former superintendent of the Whittemore public school. Then on to Milwaukee and across Lake Michigan by ferry boat to Musk ("?<m, Mich., and on to Owassa Mich., where Mr Kollasch had a reunion with three air force buddies who served with him in Germany and England. They then crossed into Canada at Port Huron, and on with f scenic drive through Canada, then a stoo at 'Niagara Falls and back to the United Stales and down through New York and on to Philadelphia, where they attended the wedding of Darrell Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs Elbert, and Gail Hartnett of Philadelphia, Sept. 8. Mrs Milo Kollasch. sister of the bridegroom and William 'Hart- netl Jr. were 'the attendants. Mr and Mrs Wayne Elbert of ., Whittemore also attended the wedding of the couple. Labor Day, Mr and Mrs Elbert and Mr and Mrs Kollasch had a guided tour of points of interest. in Philadelphia, by a friend of the Elbert's. On Sept. 9, they Started home. News Of Servicemen Army Pfc. Richard Frambach, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Frambach, was recently promoted to private first. 'class in Germany, where he is a member of tho-4th Armored Division. iFrambach, a mechanic in Company A of the division's 24th Engineer 'Battalion in Furth, Germany, entered the Army in December, 1958, and re ceived his basic training at ''Fort Hood, Tex. He arrived ..... in Europe last May. . , Army iPfc. Donald Frideres is participating .i^i a lengthy large scale field " training exercise with the 3rd Armored Division in Grafenwohr, Germany. Frjderes, whose wife arid family Whittemore, is a forward ' observer in Battery C of the division's 6th artillery in Geinhausen, entered the army in March, 1958, received his basic training in Ft. Hood, Texas, and arrived- in Germany last December. Bulldogs Worked Hard; Lost 10-7 Hans fteefclftf ockJef of Baftertttt Hew Hamptoft fufterai Aigouas Bulldogs dropped a 10-7 decision 1 o £.mmeisburg-lri a thrilling game at the fairgrounds September 11, but the hundreds of fans present knew the 'deteat wasn't due to a lack of hustle. The locals put out all the way and may have fared better with a little more experience. , The photo above shows, as do game movies, that the Bulldogs worked fof extra yardage most of the time. This shot has Jerry Ostrum, fullback, car rying the ball (arrow) into the EmmetsbUrg line and putting all of his weight behind the effort, , , ' ' ••• Game movies pointed .out, according to Coach Harold Shugart, that most of the Bulldogs wanted to win. Several times, in fact, the two of fensive 'guards, Jim Oberwetter arid Gary Angle blocked in the line, then went into the secondary to knock down another opponent, Other Bulldogs identified by number in the photo are /Glenn Johnson (25) and'Bob Percival (32) (Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving). ' - . Grant College Students Are Off To Classes Grant —. Philip Tokheim and Henry Pedersen accompanied by Clinton Asche, Titonka, vacationed for a week at Estes' National (Park in Colorado before resuming their studies at their respective colleges. Other Grant young people en-, tering colleges this- fall are Arnold Ramse, Waldorf, freshman; Bill Huskamp, Teachers at, Mankato, senior; Evelyn Mino/ Ames, freshman; Mary Ann Bartolo, Teachers at'Mankato, freshman. Recovers After Mishap Harold Mino is recuperating very satisfactorily since his tractor accident. His facial abrasions are healing. His arm is still in cast. TOM'S Televiews the answer to your TV, .and .The C. ,D.. of/A. held their regular, -busihess meeting' last Thursday evening in .the Academy hall. Following the 'meeting, 500 was played, Mrs Ralph Fandel, Algona, winning high; Mrs ;Vernon , Bormaiin, •'••low; Mrs Elrner Elbert. received the door,, prize^ Mrs Marion 1 Hyihk was elected trustee in place ,of Mre Donald Conrad who/ to Kanawha. s Word was received relatives of Mr and Mrs William Koehnecke of Sheldon, that.-Mi* Koehnecke had the misfortune to fall last Tuesday and b'-oke his hip. . He was taken to tho S-hel- dpii Community Memorial hospital and is getting along as 1 well as can be expected. Mr and Mrs Koehnecke are former Whittemore, residents. Mr and Mrs* Alfred Bruhn, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and son Everett and daughter Jeanette of Lotts"Cre'ek and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were entertained at clirds at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Wednesday evening, H. R. Zumach spent Sunday and Monday attending a convention of grocers at Des Moines. The faculty of the Whittemore Independent School and. theii wives and husbands \vere entertained by Marcella and Loretta Fandel Sunday evening. Cards were the evening's entertainment which was followed by a dessert Lunch. Prizes .were awarded to Mr and Mrs Edward Nessen of West Bend, Mrs James Hutchinson, Joe Sykes and Leo Morman. A steak supper was held at the home of Mr-and Mrs Raymond Kollasch Sept, 9 in honor of the former's brother, Merle Kollasch, who left for St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque, Monday Guests were Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch and son Merle. On Sunday evening Mr and Mn Frank Eisele entertained Mr, and Mrs Frank Kollasch and Merle, Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and daughters, Mary Beth -and Ann and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kollasch and family. Mr and Mrs Willis Maahs are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 14. This is their first child. Mrs Bemice Barry and daughter Rose Marie of Mapleton were guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien. Mrs Louis Braatz and son Robert, accompanied by the former's grandchildren, Jean and Keith Gingerichi.of West Bend, spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs James Bender in AUkin, Minn., where Robert was sponsor for Jeffery Louis, infant son of the Bender's. Mr and Mrs O. R. Kollasch of here and Mr and Mrs Harold Bormann ' of St. Joe, drove to DufcUque Sunday -where they yisjted with Sister Mary Ann Mwie. son, son of Mr "and Mrs Lauren S. Thompsort of. Lakota, Iowa, s serving with the Pacific' Flee( Vtarinfe Force's First Medium •AA" Missile Battalion at the Vlarine Corps Base, Palms, Calif. '• Twentynine New Church At Swea Is Used First Time wai City according to vocal music iBusch instructor. Th groups are as follows: sextet •Susan Bravender, Linda Weber Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Janet Wai Mr and Mrs Irvin Huskamp recently celebrated their 30th wed ding ' anniversary. V Mrs Hiis kamp's brother and wife, Mr am Mrs Raymond Domek, observec the occasion with them. ':.': Mr and MrsJDonald Mino-were recent guests at the Duane Oph« dahl home rat Alden, Minn. Mr 'and Mrs Martin Tokheim. aceoiTvpanied by Mr and Mrs Sam Link, Swea City, and Mr and M J ' S Clarence .Tokheim, Jewell, recently attended the funeral of a cousin, Ernie Kejewski, at Puck- Wfinna, S. D.' ' t , , Mr and Mrs 'Roy Huskamp from California are visiting at the hpihe of his brother, the Irvin Huskamps. Mrs Leonard Mino ,and 'Nancy were overnight Quests at the home of the Dale Evans, another daughter at Dexter, Minn,' Mrs Rena Steenhard recently spent a week visiting at 'the home of a sister, Mrs V. E, Lester at Rochester, . Minn, and spent a second week at the home ofi another sister, Mrs Janet Minor, Spring Valley, Minn. Mr and Mrs Russell Gibson became.the parents of-a son Sept. 9 at Hply Family hospital at Estherville.. Glen Samuel weighed 7 pounds and 13 ounces. Swea City — Sept.. 20 moving 1 day of the Swea Imrrianual Lutheran church. vices also changed to the winter schedule. From now until next summer church school will begin at 9:45 and church • service at 10:45. The congregation met in the old church Sunday for a short service; then proceeded to the new church, ' where the corner stone was laid. The congregation then went into the new church for the first worship service. At Luther Rally , . ! Six Luther Leaguers and their minister attended the Northern District Luther League Fall -Rally, at Stratford Lutheran church Sept. , 13. Those attending were. Dale Farland, Larry Stenzel, Commie Opsal, Walece Schmiclc- ing, Karen Johanson, Janet Wai-; ker, Pastor Leroy 'Pillmari'anfi the Everett Johanson's; ^ Janet Walker, Karen Johanson, Beverly Thorson, Carmen Larsen, Dale Farland and Larry Sterize? of Swea City are 'registered tp; attend the conference in Texas.) dro^e to to attend J Tlse local girl swtot tftto* he!4 NOTES OF SERVICE MEN Honor Pins Awarded 'The' Swea City PTA presented high school students from 1958-. 59; :with scholarship pins for being-'on the honor roll. : Those receiving pins for the year were Sandra Beck, Alan Claussen, Larry Franks, 'Richard Grabianowski, Judy Johnson^ Jerilyn Lien and Evelyn Mino. These students are now graduated. Those still in school received , their pins at a school assembly 3eptv 17. .;-•'• These students are Maxine .Clark, Dee Ann Emer$, jRobert Gardner, Joan Hi'nrich'- sen, Lauraine 'Moellering, Gary Worthington, Dale Farland, MaUr rice Anderson, Richard Farland, Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Roger Johnson,. Carmen Larson, Ronnie- Linde, Judy Pulver, Beverly thoreson, Jim Webb, Susan Brar vender, Penny Buyer, Larry Simonsmeier and Elaine Verbrugge. ' ker, Connie Opsal and Beverly Thorson; sextet, Caryl Larsen Wallis Reynolds, • Lynnette Lund Care Ramese, Joan Hirtrichsen and Pam Fagerlund. The boy octet consists of Jerry Kluger Jerry Thompson, Gary Larson Gary Snyder/ Larry Simons meier, , Bob "Gardner, Glendor Peterson and Rick Seylar. The mixed quartet's f members ar Ronnie Linde, Mary Ann Hazel hoff, Dorothy .Blair and Mauric Anderson. Mrs .Daisy, Engstrom and Dar 'lone, Mr and Mrs Chester Fis : cher and family all of Swea City the Nels Overfields and Marvi Garricks of Elmore, and th Harry Skaags and ..Ronald Ste warts all (pf Wiriterset met a wee ago Sunday at Waterloo for a picnic. The Derwood Voigts, Dale Weisbrods, Pam 'and Nadean and the Art Voigts were supper .guests at the 'Dale Voigt home to honor Pam'who' is leaving for college, •••"'• : The Glen Curtis visited relatives' near Krt'oxville, Iowa a few days leist week. ' ':• . :-•., : '' •. Mj- 'and Mrs George Rohlin Visited at "the 'Ed ! Rohlin home in'New- London, Minn. Labor Day weekend; -The; (Robert Roh- lins were also' guests. •' * ; •'.. Mr and Mrs.''George (Harner and David and Mrs-Jim Harner were, dinner••gueSts''at.-the Delmar Anderson home. <• .'3 ;;• The Carl Leins entertained for their daughter Linda's birthday. Linda's guests were: nine, classmates; thos.e:-attending were Ann Larson, Sharron. Johnsdn, Dennise /Seylar; 'Carrol 'Franks, Jennifer Mogerisoh, Rita 'Tague, Robin Swanson; Jessie Gonzelaz, and Diane Campbell. • /The; Roy Ringsdorfs and (Mrs Lula' 'Ringsdorf-, ' of Burt were, recent supper guests'at the Brink Shipler. home. 7 . , •• . '•'.•••.'."' , A surprise .birthday,party was fj fif^t meeting at ihe Tr Smotise home with Nanc? son sefving. The girls held theif election of officers <fdr the^ coning six months, Shirley Stn6use was elected president. Candy Eliott was elected Sectetary and Sue Tague is the new treasurer. The Bill tJudding and Joe Fox of Bancroft visfted at 'the Jake [Cockled home Friday afternoon. The Warren DeWalds and| Connie were evening guests. the Bill welthas Of Paola, Kan. were recent weekend guests at the Maurice Kollasch -home. The Jake Kocklers visited at the Carl Rath home in Arm- strotig last week- Surtday aftef- noon, The Sill krums visited at the Kockler home ih the evening With the Sylvester Kacklefs as guests also, : ' Dinner guests at the Nels Godfredson home, to celebrate Ed* die's birthday -were the iBen Wib- bens of Algona., the Cecil God- fredsons and Eddie Godfredson, Mr and. Mrs Truman Johnson visited ^recently -'at the Lester Johnson home in Algona. John Rohlf and his son and wife, the Merlon Rohlfs visited his brother and wife, the Julius' Rohlfs and at the Marvin Simons- meier hdme a few days last week. Arlyce Hazelhoff of Waterloo was a 'Labor Day weekend guest at her brothel- and families, the V. E. Hazelhoffs. * .Mr and Mrs Walter Genrich were recent dinner guests at the Walter Madsen home at Albert Lea. Richard Frederickson of Ringsted -visited at the Harold Fischer home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Harold Fischer were recent supper guests of her brother the Vernon Frederick- sons at( Wallingford. Mr and Mrs Oscar Linde and Mr and Mrs George K. Nelson spent the iLabor Day weekend at Leech 'Lake fishing. , , Aftft Marie £chil4 ^ZttMtsel Alike*- bauer, Calista Dankbar, 8&!«$&fd Latnpe, Hegina Fergtison and Mafy Loli To Visit Amana OnBusTou^ 'The toMith eotinty.faiM lu* feali ,Ladies committee ,1s spon* sorlnl a frjte to the World fatned Amana Colonies, Oct. 5, The bus will leave Aigona at S ^.m. and will aWive home at approximate* ly 10 |j^n, '- Th£ Amafla colonies " are known for theif did" World atmosphefe and < their' fiiie manshlp. : Plans are to toUf efal of these tt&ii .ih'otoS fifld to eat ,in,the famous Ox" Yoke-Ihfl/ All interested ladies, town, ahd .eouhtty) ,&re invited to make .their fe|efVatioh at the Farm Bufeau dttice^. in Algdtta* Price fof, the trip/transpor't&tidii will be $5.30. . - •.•'-'. ^ ear-lev*! hearing aid $165 fe PERSONAL SMOWlMd , v . . ALGOrTAMOt^L » ,- Batteries and i*r*ce for molt makes — You are invited !o come 611 6ih fe Walnut Stft^ DM Aulhofited Zehlih Hearing Aid '''" held recently .ior' Rudy. Haack at» Jane, England. Select County 4-H Record Book Winning Entries (Fifty-seven 16ngtime 4-H girl's record books were submitted to be'judged at the close of the 4-H year in 'the'Kossuth County girl's program. '. , These books are 1 the result of' three 'or more' years of club work, which ' the girls have recorded. The books are compiled and evaluated by 'the girls, then brought to the office where they; are judged. 1 Two top books were named from the group 'to be entered for state (competition.-. JLois Wilberg of the Seneca^Stars club repre- sented'the;'county with her. over all 'Home'Ecohdrni^s record, while Janet Walker represented the county in .the citizenship (division. .' Many' of;Vthe remaining books were ; rated; in the blue division. Win hers here included —Ann Smith; * Merle Ann Harig, Carol Erpeldingj iRuth Ann Klein, Vic- 'toria-Rakowi Carol Hanisch,'Marilyn Johannesen, Ruth Wise, Judy Ol'Brien, jCarolyn Rochleau, Sylvia Eden,• •Carmen Larsen, Jean Keith, Petrea'.' Thoreson, Shirley Schiwietert^; <Mariann S c h a d e, Grace; McKim,; Janice Bode, Le- Ota Ann : ; V6ss, Madonna Gisch, Mary Alma O'Brien, Pamela Keil, Carmen- .Cook, Caryl .Larsen, Cathleehv E'den/• ,tfanet vRedipg, Doris Ann Kohlhaas, 'Maxine Clark, Caren A Ramse,... Theresa, Thiiges,^ Rosemary,: Ulses, Louise. Skow, Lois 'Erpelding arid (Mary Like Wearing a HEATING f . ~ > ' . ^^ .•*•'!, ' k i'\ his home;'.. Those attending iiwer'e' the 'Leonard- Lunds and Arnold and Dennis of Ringsted, the Les Den tons of. Armstrong, Silas Johnsons, Jerome Deptons and Nancy, 'Mrs Elsie Romer and girls and Mrs Jim Farrell and sons of Grove, "* (Mr and Mrs' Jake Kockler and Red Ribbon 'winners included Beverly Ann Thorson, Judy Berkland, Jeanette Bjustrom, Marilyn Hinckley, Lucille Gade, ' Bebty Herzog, Judy Naffziger, 'Lorraine Kracht, Joan Reding, Susan.Nit- chals, Nancy Chambers, Ann Vogel and'Maxine Clayton. •White ribbons were given to Twenty-five members have enrolled in confirmation classes of the'Immanuel Lutheran church this fall. Larry Claussen, Darold Denton, Larraine Kracht, Ellen Larson, Mary Papenf uhs, Wayne Preston, Ronald Roalson and^ Connite Swanson are enrolled irj the senior class. Junior class members are Bill Blomster, Nancy Denton, Dorothy Engholmj Bill . Ewing, Dwayne Klocke, Caryl. Mae •Larson, Dennis Madsen, Ken Sjchm. Peking, Jerry Thompson, !Kathleen Abbas, Diane Campbell, iRoger Denton, William Johnson, Ann Larson, Linda Lien, Jennifer Moagensen and Steven Roberts. The; Swea "City high school small choral groups have been selected for, the coming year Mr and Mrs Don Mr and Mrs Harold Sunset as dinner guests a week ago Monday, Earl C. HUdman, 18, pictured, above, son of Mr and 'Mrs Harry i Boekelman of Algona, enlisted re- ' cently In 'the Air 'Force and left Pes Moines, Sept. 15, for Lack land AflPB, Texas, He graduated from St. Cecelia, Academy last spring, He plans on entering the Police unit. — Marine Pfc. Glen L. Thomp- Still Time To Register For Free r ' v •* - ' Trip To Europe!! Yes folks, you can still register for iheTree trip to Europe being offered by this bank and 62 others from this area. Our big registration box is just inside the front door — come in and fill out a blank and become eligible to win the free 17-day tour to Europe, Nothing to buy — no obligation whatsoever. Use pur Handy Drive-In Teller Window The Next Time! 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