Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
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MM. Piftrlti Li* Hat be«n at Elgin, 111,, Visiting with her sister, Mrs.' Bertha Bar- finger and other relatives. Augu&l 17 she left from Perry for Santee* Calif, to see her nephew, Michael Johnson and his mo-Hier, Mrs. Ed Abbas and family. Michael has had a year of college but is expecting to be called to service in a short time. Mrs. Lee was taken to Perry by her brother- irfivlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and will be met by them Saturday, September 2. Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Elmorc is leaving September 6 for Des Moiner. to enter A.I.B. school. The Rebtkahi will have their first meeting after vacation time, Tuesday, Sept. 12, fi:,')0 p.m. at the Ix^ak Walton League Hall. It will be a potluck supper and each member should bring a covered dish and.table service. Committee is Blanche Lage, Vera Graham and Ethel llains. Royal Neighbors meet Sept. 1.1, 7:45 p.m. with Mrs. Ber- nctas Lynk. Carol Adams is the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith arc parents of a baby boy born August 21 at St. Ann hospital. He has been named James Michael and join two skiers Lisa and Linda. The baby was baptized Sunday, Sept. 3 at St. Cecelia's Oatho- lic church-with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kridcres as sponsor:;. Dinner guests were the sponsors and family and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffmann. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and little son Bret were Labor Day weekend guests of Mrs. 'Pippin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. James Mod- roll had as weekend guests the lattcrY parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin RoTirberg of Glenwood. Mrs. Mae Raney and Mrs. Fern Young drove to Burt Monday and stopped at the Viator Fiteli home. Mr. and Mrs. William Eisen- bachcr anil two little daughters went to Kansas City Saturday and visited till Monday with Mr. ami Mrs. Clyde Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison spent Sunday at Whittc- nvore with; MY. and Mrs. Elmer filbert and-the filbert's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forsyth of Middletown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gunder had as weekend guests the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stootsberry of Amos. . Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardaiey spent last weekend at Rock Rapids with Mrs. Belardsley's brother Paul Collins and wife. Alvina Miller spent the Labor Day weekend at Cedar Falls with relative's and friends. Jean Sires and John Bush flew from Chicago, 111., Fri• day for <an over Labor Day visit with the parents, Mr. and John Sires. Mr. and Mrs. Sires will;;return with them via auto as'a four passenger plane was not available. Mr. and Mrs. Sires will remain in Chicago for a week and will visit with another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniles. Mrs. Sires is on vacation from Good Samaritan Home I. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riek- mann and family have returned from a vacation of a week at St. Louis, Mo. where they slaw the baseball games and many other things of interest. Mrs. Ada Post and a woman friend of Clear Lake stopped ait the Dick Posts Sunday for a brief visit with the family and Mrs. Elizabeth Post. They were enroute home from West Bend. Mrs. Dick Post took the daughter Joan to Prinvghar Sunday and there met a friend of Joan's who is also taking nurses training at St. Joseph, Sioux City. The girls spent three days per week for a specified time taking their psychiatric training at the Cherokee hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Murchland left Tuesday for their home at San Diego, Calif. They had been called here by the death of Mr. Murehland's step-father Raymond "Fuzzy" Rohinaiult. The home has been sold to the city for added parking space and Mrs. Rpbinault is established fci one of the Misbaeh apartments. Mr. and Mrs. John Dvtton are being visited by the tet- ter's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martin of Union, Mo. Mrs. Martin is the former Elda Levrenz. Mr. and Mrt. Clyde Uoyd vacationed ait McGregor over Jlmmi* BUek, 7 yt«r *kf son of Hugh Black was dismissed from St. Ann hospital last week. He had suffered a concussion in a fall at Des Moines. He is now able to attend school but will niot go out for recess for awhile. Mr. and Mrt, Erman H«nnm have been visited by Mr. ant! Mrs. Howard Bobo of Arlington, Minn. Mr. and Mr*. Jtrom* EiMn- barth have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Huber, Bradley, Bafry and Beth of Delhi They have been vacationing at vai- ious places in Colorado. They visited John Arndorfer at Good Samaritan Home I. He is great grandfather of the children. Mr. and Mr». Andrew Hanson were dinner guests of Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks at Kagle (Jinve. Othei guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carcncc Achilles of New Hampton. Mrt. Alex D«rmand hat returned rom a six weeks visit in California, most of the time being spent at Palos Verdcs with her s;m and daughtcr-ir. law. Mr. and Mrs. Nidas Der- tnancl. She was also at Lor. Angeles and other points and to Old Mexico. She also visited relatives and friends nt San Diego, coming home via Colorado. Tuesday she left for Chicago, 111. and will meet Mr. Dermand at the home ol their daughter Kathy. Mr. Dermand has been at Athens, Greece, his former home, and went to various towns meeting ' relatives and friends he left there when he came lo Iowa fifty-four years ago. It has been a most pleasant trip for him, seeing boyhood haunts, familiar orchards and vegita- tion and meeting many new relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Philip*, former Algonans have been living at Glenwood are moving to Davenport in the near future. Mr. Philips will be employed at Rock Island but they preferred to remain lowanis. Mr. and Mrs. Gary McDonald wore joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Merryman ami Mr. and Mrs. William Dietrich and families at a picnic Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg and granddaughter Louise Black spent Sunday at .'.Dell, Ij&pids, with Mrs. Hagg's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Hagg. Mr. Hagg 'has 'had recent surgery at Iowa City unversity hospital. The Messrs, Haggs are cous- Burt wfcool classes wnie ->' new officers ins. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sellers, Storm Lake, spent Labor Day weekend with their parente' tihe Wcs Bartletts and Julius Sellers. Jerry's sister, Linda, accompanied them back tc Carroll where she entered St. Antonio's school of Practical Nursing. Former auditor here dies in South Dakota Mr. and Mrs. Dave L. Leffert attended funeral services on Monday at Swea City for the latter's brother, Andrew L. Anderson, 95, who died Thursday at a rest home in Mobridge, S. D. Mr. Anderson was born in Algona of pioneer parents in the same year as the date on the cornerstone of the old courthouse, 1872, and served as auditor there for two terms, 1907-1911. Later, he served in the same capacity and also as county treasurer at Timber Lake, S. D., where he homesteaded a tract of land after leaving Iowa. He had never married and lived in a retirement home for 25 years. Masonic rites were held for him at Timber Lake and a (service at the Methodist church there on Saturday. The second service, on Monday, was at Swea City's Immanuel Lutheran church of which he was a charter member. Besides Mrs. Leffert, there is another sister, Mrs. Bessie Malmsten, of Portland, Ore. There are also five nieces and two nephews. One of them, Dr. Clarence Anderson, a retired army officer who spends summers at his Okoboji home, went to Mobridge to bring his uncle's body by air ambulance back to Swea City for burial. USE THi "PiACH" TO REACH 27,000 HOMES! § ur f _ officers for school classes are: Senior, President, Linda Becker, vice, Sandra Ortman, sec., Gloria Hayes, troas., Deborah Stcnzel, Stud. Council, Tom Lichter, Gloria Heycs, Deborah Stenzel. Sponsors, Dean James and Thomas Herrick. Junior — Pres., Colleen Kruse, vice, Mark Mawdsley, sec., Janet Becker, treas., Diane Person. Student Council. Kathy Patterson, Jim Ruhnkc. Sponsors, Corinne Morse, Jerry Mydegger. Sophomore—Pres., Becky Krusc, vice., Gayle Wermers. sec., Connie Shcirbon, treas.. Jill Smith. Student Council, Danny Kohlhaas and Donna Miller. Sponsors, Fred Hilton and Dick Campney. Freshmen — Pres., Kevin Fraser, vice., Cheryl Krusc, sec., Marilyn Person, treas., Linda Arend. Student Council, Doug Marlow and John Chipman. Sponsors, Paul Espc and Daryl Sparks. Eighth Grade— Pres., Roger Sarchet, vice., Linda Chipman, sec., Carol Sill, Ireas.. David McFarland. Student Council, Vicki Skadburg and Cynthia Sodcrberg. Sponsor Charlenc Brace. Seventh—Pres., Jayne Skad- burg, vice., Michael Mawdsley, sec., Kathryn Eimers, treas., Nancy Herrick. Stud ent Council, Robert Lapps and Barbara Bait. Sponsor, Waldo Krusc. Student Council Officers— President, Tom Lichter, Vice., Deborah Stcnzel, sec., Kathy Patterson, treas., Gloria Heyes. Tola 1 enrollment is 255 with Elementary, 188 and high school, 67. The A. C. Hinckleys and Duane spent the weekend in Sioux City at James Brehm's. Sunday their son William Edward was baptized at the First Methodist church. Mrs. Brehm is the former Carilyn Hinckley. School board election alt Burt Town Hall is at 12 to 7 p.m., Sept. 11. The term of Ed Smith Jr. expires Sepi.-18.' H ' : " Fortnightly ^ciuto^wiU meet Sept. 8 at Jenny iRiebfioffs , The H. L. Sauermans, Sparta, Wis., were here on business last week and visited former neighbors and friends. The H. E. Roohut, Jr., Denver, Colo., spent several dlays in Burt with relatives and friends. U & I circle will meet Sept. 12 at the Cunningham Tea Room With Hazel Larson hostess. Roll call is a nursery rhyme. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Sept. 13 at Gladys Hawoott's. Material is needed for carpet rags. O.E.S, 'Matrons club will meet Sept. 14 at Mary Georgia Hanson's in Fenton with Ellen Holmgren as assistant. The program is in charge of Trella Patterson and (Millie Klamp. Eastern Star will meet in the Hall Sept. 12. Hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. Frances Sarchet and Mrs. Erma Pratt. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet Sept. 7 at the church. Hostesses ait 1 Dorothy Marlow, Marietta Bodcrius, Isabel Koepke, Th« Market Basket is by Ivadell Riggert, Elizabeth Radig, Lana Trunkhill. The 2M- year old son of the Thomas Herricks accidentally swallowed a tack Tuesday. X- rays showed it had lodged in New cars are coming DM or • ; ; ' ••'? 'V;.; '•}'* •* • : : • • showings start September 14 year, Motors will feature the Javelin—a sports car in the Mustang and Camero class. DaU's expect to have about ten units for their showing in late September. < Lakota-Algotia wedding Carolyn Paulsen, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Paulsen, Sr, Lakota, and Lynn E. Hansen, son of the Wade Hanscns, Algona, were married Monday, Aug. 21 in St. Cecelia church. Father Bruch performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted by her father, was attended by Mrs. Orland Steil, as matron of honor and Mrs. Dirk Hansen, Omaha, Nebr., bridesmaid. ' ' Phofo by Glenn's Studio. , :/ A reception was held at noon 'at Charlie's Supper Club. Mary Sunde, Forest City, had the guest book and tyrs. Robert Hagg served the punch. Marie Welp, Ellen Wibben and Emma Hanson open- en the gifts. .',, Out of town guests came from Omaha, Nebr., Albert Lea and Madelia, Minn., Lakota, Titonka, Whittemore, Janesville and Bancroft. ... .. .. H The bride has been working Attending the groom were at Bomgaars and the groom; a graduate of Mankato State college, teaches English and is principal of Backus, Minn, school. Following a wedding trip in Minnesota the couple will live at Backus. Dirk Hansen, Omaha, as best man and Walter Turchin, groomsman. Ushers were Dick Barry, Mason City, and Milton Paulsen, Jr., Albert Lea, Minn. FAMILY REUNION A Haickbarih flamily reunion held Sunday, August 27 !u VH » wt the Ambrose' Call State Paric for a picnic. Mr/ and Mrs. Ed Farrell at- in the Legion Hall at Lono tended an Alt family reunion Dnnl^ I,W .ntMvklM.*! n M_n*v if Ml. .. . ll* n _ ** «^..'|J_I_. • AL.1_ A l__i_._l_ A*A 11 Rock. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hacfcbarth, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hackbarth and Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Hackbarth. HOSTS NEW CLUB Mrs. Bertha Spear was hostess to a newly organized club of women. They will meet alt regular intervals for covered dish supper. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Marie Lamplight is entertaining her bridge dub Wednesday afternoon, September 13. KNIT AND SEW CLUB Mrs. Effie Teeter will be hostess to the Knit and Sew club Tuesd'ay afternoon, September 12. ENTERTAINS CARD CLUB •Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained .her card club Wednesday afternoon. HOSTS 500 CLUB Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. Jon, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Andreason celebrated his fourth birthday fYiday and his mother took him and his the lung. The tack was remov- siste r Amy and friends Jeff ed at a Rochestr hospital. cowan and Scott Anderson to Sunday in the Ambrose Call State Park Shelter Housei About one hundred and fifty persons were in attendance many coming from Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota points. A pre-nuptial showier was held Saturday in the Good Hope churdh for Arleen Mey- eroT SKarville who Was visiting her fiance's mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore. The bridegroom elect is JXigjene Harbour of Minneapolis, Minn. Windows shot with bbgun BANCROFT - Several Bu» crjrft buildlnv and ear window* war* broken Ituiradty nlffat, apparently by bl(h porar bb- pin bUsts. Town marsh*} Uoyd DUon and Kossuth County aterlffs of^cers frie Investlfattnf the vandalism, which also Includsd stripping Ignition wires off of •bout 18 or 18 tractors at Bancroft Implement shop. Windows «t Bancroft liquor •tore and around the door of St. John's church were broken, alone with windows of cars parked »t Kemna Motors and on the street near the auto agency. September is the month for local car enthusiasts for it is this month that the Algona automobile dealers will be bringing forth their shiny 1968 model cars. As usual, each of AtgOna's six car dealers will serve coffee, doughnuts and cookies throughout the day of their particular showing.' The Taylor Motor Company will have about 25 new Fords, Lincolns and Mercurys on hand for their showing of the 1968 models on Friday, Sept. 22. Highlight of the showing will be introduction of a new intermediate Mercury line called the "Montego." The present Mercury Monterey Monterey line will also include a new sport two door hardtop. Owner Dean Taylor .and his salesmen viewed the new Mercury 'and Lincoln lines in Minneapolis on Aug. 25. September 14 is the date for the showing of the new Chryslers and Dodges at Percival Motors. Dodge this year will feature three new autos called the Dodge "Scat Pack." These include the 'Charger R/T, the new Coronet R/T, and the new Dart GTS. Safety'features on the new 'Chryslers and Dodges include added instrument panel padding, a new air system, impact absorbing front seat, backs, safety arm rests, and side marker lights. Percival salesmen viewed the new models in Minneapolis Aug. 29 and 30. The new Plymouths will also make their appearance in Algona September 14 at Ken's Auto. Ken attended the Plymouth dealer's showing in Minneapolis Aug. 29-30 and expects to have 12 new Plymouths on hand for the combination 1988 showing and grand opening of his new facilities. • ' . •: The debut. of the 1968 Ohevrplets comes September 21 at Jbe Kjpssujth Motor, Company in^ Algona,VT^ let line T this year'will have i completely remodeled Corvette as well as all new Che- velles and Chevy ITs. 'The new Chevrolet models were viewed by the Algona salesmen Aug. 10 in Omaha. 1968 Pontiacs, Cadillacs, and Buicks will appear in Algona on Sept. 21 at Schultz Bros. On Sept. 7 and 14 the Schultz. Bros, salesmen will travel to Omaha and Minneapolis to-see the new models. The Dau salesmen viewed the new Ramblers on August 31 and will see the 1968 Olds- mobiles September 8. The Oldsmobile F-85 and Cutlas models will be completely $1100 damage) in Swaa City crash A two-car crash two miles north and two .east of Swea City caused* $1100 damage to a pair of Swea City cars and two passengers in the cars suffered minor bumps. Neither was hospitalized. A car driven by Clifton Schroeder had $500 when they collided M Sykes was turning east and struck the eastboUnd Schroeder car. There were no charges filed by dejputy sheriff Eppo Bulten, who invests gated. Eden Sykes, 59, sustained a bump on the leg and Roger Schroeder of Swea City had a bump oh the shoulder. • Three lowans were feted in August on the occasions of their 100th birthdays. Mrs, Julia Severson, Soldier; Mrs. Anna Schumacher, Denver and Lulu Beauohamp, Carlisle all reached their centennial years last month. SPECIALS , tif lilt Buy 9 nt -». Second for * Pinny KEN has a Sirprise FOR YOU SEPTEMBIR 1967 S M T W T F S - , ... 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