Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1967
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M"^^^^^^^r^W!B THURSO/ VMM) MM«N • -• Blue Birds at Burt elect Hew officers Burt Blue Birds met with Marcia, Cindy and Patn Soderberg Sept. 9. Officers for the coming year were elected. Pres., Marcia Soderberg; vice, Jean Lynch; sec., Sharon Tigges; treas., Becki Kruse; historian, Arlene Coady; reporter, Cindy Soderberg; photographer, Cheryl Coady; music, Pam Soderberg; recreation, Marilyn Tigges and Cheryl Kruse; special activity, Cindy Faber and Rochello Sarohet. Marilyn Tigges gave a talk. A demonstration was given by Pam Soderberg and a demonstration was given by Colleen Kruse. Cheryl Kruse is reporter. GIRL SCOUTS MEET Junior Girl Scouts, gradn •••••••••••••••I YOUR BIGGEST COMBINE VALUE! ••0GRAIN COMBINE New Cue 640 Combine 40" Cylinder 4480 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Sievt Area SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA NEED BEDDING? (Stalk Shredding? Green Chop, Too?) THIS ONE DOES ALL THREE 3XADY FIELDMASTER »>Corn stalks make excellent bedding—better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Fieldmaster and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler. Use it for stalk shredding alone—or to chop, shred, and load green chop and stover silage. Clips pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. »>Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa 4, § and 6, will meet Friday after school in Buti Town Hail. Part of their program will be a trip to Ihe new lake on Highway i«9 between A1- gona and Burt. The leaden are Mrs. Pat Bradley and Mrs. Thomas Her rick. The Cadets, grades 7, 8 and 9 had their meeting Saturday at the Hsbeger home. The Brownies, grades 2 and 3 will organise. Their leaders are Mrs. Carl Simmons and Mrs. Clifford Pannkuk. AT OPEN HOUSE Attending open house at Algona at the county historical building were Mrs. C. M. Gross, the F. L. Ryersons, Kent Ryerson, L. E. Ricbhoffs and Ray McWhorters. The J. L. Millers are spending the week at Clarke Miller's. Grand Lodge of the Masonic Order meets in Davenport this week and the Clarke •Millers will attend. The G. H. Millers, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines. On Tuesday they attended an insurance convention in Fort Dodge and Wednesday a convention for town clerks at Hotel Fort Des Moines. iMrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patricia visited the Ben Sen- ultzes in Spencer the last of the week. Mr. Sehultz is 80 and is convalescing from recent surgery in Sioux City. Ho is Mrs. Zwiefel's uncle. Burt has 3 Rest Homes. There are six guests at Wilfair Rest Haven, eight at the Maple Leaf Rest Home, and threi at the Helen Johnson home, Mrs. Mike Baer entered University hospital at Iowa City last week Thursday. Sunday those who had visited 'her at the hospital were Mike Baer, Jim Baer, the Melvin Johnsons and Virgil and Mrs. Lena Farrell, Cedar Palls. 'Patricia Zwiefel, student at Wayne State college, Wayne. Neb., spent the weekend at home, returning Sunday. She is a senior this year. The M. C. Davieses attended Me banquet at the National meeting of the Methodist committee on overseas relief in Des Moines Sept. 18. The Churchmanship Institute will be held Sept 20 at 7:30 p.m. at Grace Methodist church in Spencer. Birthday Circle will meet Sept. 21 at Mrs. Lawrence Doege's. The Jim Sewicks, Spirit Lake, were guests Saturday to'Monday of Mrs. Art Lea-! son. Mrs. Helen Vogel is staying at Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman's since Monday. Fortnightly club will meet Sept. 22 at Mrs. Elsie Winter's. Mrs. Myrle Dutton moved from Ledyard to Burt to the house formerly occupied by the Bernard Millers. Guests Thursday at F. L. Ryerson's were the M. C. Da vies family. The Kent Ryersons, Norwalk, were guests Sept. 17 at F. L. Ryerson's and attended open house at the Kossuth historical building. Guests Sunday of Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Neoma were the Harold Daubeabergers and Rex, Des Moines, Max Daubentoergers and Todd, St. Paul., and Loel Goods, Boxholm. Anna Junkermeier is home on vacation from her work in Estherville. Callers Sunday were the Gene Davi- sons, Boise, Idaho. There were 90,000 acres of timber burned in the forest fire but their home in the valley was not burned. Mrs. Frances Elkin was a guest of Mrs. Jessie Rash Wednesday. She is special education teacher in Algona. The Burt Woman's club have its first meeting of the yard and Mrs. John (Lily) Jo* hannesen of Lon« ftdek. Petit jurors drawn, meet September Silver wedding Engaged MR. AND MRS. Robert J. Henderson, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Sue, to Donald James Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Madsen, Sr., Burt. She is a graduate North high school, DCS Moines, and attended the university-of Iowa, Iowa City. She is presently employed at tihe Weidenhoff Corp. as a timekeeper. Mr. Madsen is a graduate of Algona high school and is farming. A January 14 wedding is planned. HHMHHMHHIHMMl year Sept. 25 at the Presbyterian church. A buffet supper, with the teachers and teachers wives as guests, will be served. The Roy Anderson house has been sold to Jerry Kissner and the Andersons will move to Forest Heights, Md., before Oct. 1. Friends have received word that Mildred Jackman return- er home to Lincoln, Neb Saturday and is recuperating satisfactorily after two heart operations at Rochester, Minn. Ploeger rites held Tuesday at Ledyard Funeral services were held on • Tuesday for Ernest F. Ploeger, 70, of Ledyard at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. Victor Vriesen officiating. Interment wgsj.TOfl'J'hlsmd Home Cemetery ( pj., ( Ledyard'. .Garry Funeral Home of'Bancroft'was In charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were six neph- ows, Robert Ruby, Donald Logemann, Wallace Logemann, Merritt Ploeger, Ronald Johan* nesen and Morris Johannesen. Ernest Ploeger was born June 24, 1897, the son of Minnie and Henry Ploeger at Schaller, Iowa.. He moved with his family to Ledyard where they farmed. Mr. Ploeger was employed as a brick mason in his adult life. He never married. He was a resident at Heritage Home in Bancroft until four months ago when he entered the Blue Earth Hospital. He died there on Sunday, Sept, 17. Survivors include two brothers, Louis and Clarence Ploeger of Ledyard and four sisters, Mrs. Orville (Elsie) Ruby of Lakota; Mrs, Engelbart (Helen) Logemann of Ledyard; Mrs. Fred (Hulda) Ploeger of Led- THINK ABOUT FERTILIZER NOW! • PLOW DOWN NPK FOLLOWING CORN AND BEAN COMBINING • WINTERIZE ALFALFA AND OTHER FORAGES (TOPDRESS) • PLOW DEEPER • STORE IN SOIL BELOW 50 DEGREES F • TREAT PROBLEM SPOTS • MAKE YEAR-ROUND PLANS Algona Flour & Fed "Taylor'f Preicription-Madt Fertiiiier" South Phillip. Algon,, Iowa The haimes. of 75 Kossuth County residents have been drawn for possible petit jury duty during the September term of coUrt, according to County Clerk Alma Pearson. The September term will conven'e in Algona on Monday, September, 25. The jurors are: Algona: Clara Amesbury, J. B. Asa, Mary Bestenlehner, Joe Buscher, Bernard'Dahlhau- ser, Gladys Eisenbarth, James Hoffman, Floyd Holt, Dolores Hopkins, Mabel Hutzell, Wilma Kinden, Mary Ann Knecht, Harriot Ludwig, Dorothy Muckey, Theresa Mueller, Norma Paetz, Donna Roethler, Tom Sampson, A. F.| Van Buren. ' Bancroft: Ella Bernhard, Frank Cogley, Raymond Gardner, Ernie Shilling'ton, Robert Vaske. Elmore, Minn.: Leonard Anderson, Marion Eichhorn. Titonka: Alfred Baade, Dick Gerdis, Russell Krominga. Ottosen: Clarence Bauer. ' Buffalo Center: Dolores Rode, Ray Bierle, Harold Kettwick. Swea City: Darrel Bishop, Berniece Hurlburt, Abbo Mein, Floyd Montgomery, Mrs. August Robinson, Lorraine Work. Lakota: Muriel Boettcher, John Dorenbush, LuVerne: L. N. Bormann, Francis Hilbert, Lucile Rarhus, William Wickett. ; . Ledyard: Neva Burrows, Judy Gelhaus, Donald -Logemann, Richard Looft. Corwith: Bob Chambers, Raymond Legler. Burt: Selena Clifton, Loretta Lichter, Leona Lovstad, Wilfred Woltz. Lone Rock: A. L. Cotton, Gerald Raidg, Bernard O'Donnell. Bode: Elmer Faber. Wesley: Joe Godtz, Neoma Hansen, Erma Kunz, Richard Smith. W'hittemore: Chas. G. Kol- lasoh, Viola Origer, Carroll Potter, Marcella Urich, June Weiland. Fenton: Herman Maahs, Grace Stoeber, Lillian Votteler, Francis Wilberg. ,".. West Bend: Minerva Montag. Irvington, Inez Roney. 'Armstrong: Irvin Smith. ! ' J Golf course at Whittemore has clean-up day Ed Elbert, director of the new Whittemore Golf Course, has announced that Saturday, Sept. 23 will be a clean-up day beginning at 1 p.m. He has requested that they urgently need chain saws, tractors with loaders and other equipment suitable for cleanup work on the proposed new course. Anyone who can help in any way will be most welcome. REACH 27,100 HOMES BY ADVERTISING IN THE "PEACH" Mrs. tettMP Barton Is tik' ing a few days enforced vacation from her bookeeping at the Funk Plumbing shop du* to a severe.cold which has ; kept her in bed. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Barton were grandparents agati when a son David Lee was •born September 6 to their son Ronald and wife at Storm Lake. There is another child in the family, a daughter Cherry! ninteen months old, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slndelar went to Bloomington Sunday to see the football gam? and enroute home stopped at Waseca, Minn, to visit w"h Mr. and Mrs. William Steffan. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hellderf attended the Clay county fair at Spencer with their daughter, Mrs. Mary Jessen of. Fort Dodge who came here to roe fit ' them. Sunday the Holldorfs were visited by anoth si- daughter and family, Mr. end Mrs. Harlan Nelson of Esthcr- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg came Friday from Monrovia, Calif., where they had made their home a few years and are now settled in the house they bought, formerly owned by the late Mrs. Edna Shilts. They plan to make some improvements on the place. Mrs. Prank Kohlhaas. and her sister, Mrs. Lyle Ellis, sister of the former who spends 'the summers here and comes from Hartford, Conn, were recently visited by Gertrude Nelson Iverson, a cousin, from Brookfield, ill. Dr. Ellis has come from Hartford and after a visit of several days will return home with his wif s. Later the doctor and Mrs. Ellis will spend the winter in the south as they have done for several years, going to Jekyll Island, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atherton went to Storm Lake Saturday to see the Buena Vista college football game in which thalr son Brian is fullback. This is his senior year. Buena Vista was on the losing end, unfortunately from the Aitherton's view point. This is the first game of the season. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Becker had as dinner guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Becker, Jr. of';', Buffalo,' Center!' '•'', '., .\" ''',;';",'•' " ; Otto Engstrom returned Saturday from Mason City where 'he had surgery for removal of a cataract at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Minnie Blinkrnan is being visited three weeks by her cousin 'Laura Penny of Boone who came Friday. Mr. and Mrs. WilKam Nav- oichick spent from Thursday Ull Sunday it LaCrowe, Wis., with the*r *on-in4ftw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk. Leonard is on tho first SUte football team Or. William Ctoet who »uf- fered multiple injuries in a ptafie accident last summer has been dismissed from the Veterans hospital, Des Moines several weeks ago and is making goad recovery, It will be a period of about two years before all repairs will be made and he will return to the hospital from time to time, though he is considered to be doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon took their daughter Ann to Columbia, Mo. last week where she entered her sophomore year at Christian college. It is expected Thomas Miller will be home from Viet Nam for the holidays. He is in the signal corps. He will then for the first time see his daughter laurel Ann born; August 30. Mrs. Miller is 'making 'her Home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeokholt during her husband's absence. Belated news has been received of the death of Karel Horan, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan, well known Algonians. Mr. Horan was an electrician. It. is assumed Karel died in California where a brother Clemmer lives. Karel made a visit here a few yean ago. Both sons and the parents located at Hollywood. Karel was father of three sons. Death occured about six months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson spent last weekend at Storm Lake with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and little son Bret and with them attended the Clay county fair at Spencer. Fred Hagon spent the weekend at Clear Lake with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram . Sharry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Baker is at Davenport and is employed at Younkers. She hopes to be able to get employment at the arsenal and will then 'be able to attend an art school too. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew visited friends in Estheryille a few r days last week. Friday she, attended the funeral services at Des Moines for Darwin Vipond, 47, who died suddenly of a heart attack. Burial was at Grand Junction. He had been secretary-treasurer of the Iowa Department ' of Health with offices in the State House. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Biosell spent Sunday at Goldflield with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Beisell. Mon- Lono Rock — The George Kissners Sept, 9 were given an open house at the Lone Rock Legion hall for their 25th wedding. There were ISO guests registered. It was sponsored by their children, the Jack Henrichsons (Jane), Bancroft, Darrell Long (Janice), Bettendorf, and Larry at home. MtNintHlMtMltHIHMIMIIIHimnmiltm day the Beisells had as guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sadler of Fort Dodge. ' Mra. William Dau, Sr., took her husband to Spencer and from, there he was going to Omaha and Des Moines on business. Mrs. Max Bast had at guo»tt Sunday her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe of Emmetsburg. They plan to be here again Saturday. Sally Bay, daughter of the Mel Bays, Algona, had an emergency appendicitis operation at the Northfield, Minn. hospital Sunday. She is a student at St. Olaf's college there. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe, Whittemore, took their son, Craig to Iowa City Tuesday where he is enrolled for his first year at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Algona, accompanied them. Brian, the older son of the Espes, is a senior at Winona State Teachers college, Winona, Minn. Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch The Portland Social Club held their annual pot luck picnic Thursday evening at the Portland Community Hall. Those attending the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend, and Elvina Christensen of Algona, Mrs j Ben ^Laape and Mrs. Margaret Arndorfer: of Bancroft, Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tieman, all of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson were guests and showed pictures of Florida and Canada.. The next meeting will.be held in the home of Mrs. Josephine Arend of Algona Tuesday afternoon* October 12. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bengtson attended the Spencer fair Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms went to Hartsburg, Illinois, near Sterling, leaving last Tuesday and returning Friday, They visited relatives and friends while there. Georgia Barton, , Livermore, dies Tuesday A lifelong Livermore woman, Georgia F.' Barton, 64, died suddenly of a heart attack Tuesday evening about 6 p.m. at her farm home hear Livermore and LuVerne. Funeral services will; be held Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church at LuVerne. Serving as pallbearers will be Charles, Luther, Berdine and Roy Nygaard, Virgil Smith and Gordon Davidson. She was born on a farm near Livermore on Jan. 26, 1903, the daughter of George and Jessica Henderson. She was married to Ervin Barton on March 23, J923 and they farmed in the area for many years. He preceded her in death several years ago. a Five children survive. They aN^!|p?P! Kruse; LuVerne;; Eairf^Ba'rton, Livermore;'William Barton, Fort Dodge; Alice Barton, Livermore; and Virginia, Mrs. Marvin Broesder, Algona, , -<„ • Two sisters and one brother survive also. They are Naomi Jeffers, LuVerne; Mrs. E. M. Olson, Columbus, Neb.; and Howard Henderson, Clear Lake. One brother, Ted, and a sister Berniece, preceded her in death. •1 _ ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR'S ITEMS" AUCTIO SECOND NEW 26,000 BUSHEL BEHLEN BRYINO TANK FOR HOWARD Ye», and equipped with a 70 H.P. electric mptor, complete with 10" unloading auger», levelen and tweep. One Behlen unit «elU another if certainly trye. Mr. Friderti will be able to batch dry 3 • 4,000-bw. in 12 hours with each of hif huge Behlen Prying Tanki. For the lateft in drying — SEE Taylor Implement Co, "Your Drying and Harvesting Headquarters" ALGONA AT 609 So. Wooster St. — Algona, Iowa ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 AT 1:30 P.M. Several old Clocks; Lard Press; old Trunks; Sleigh Bells, brass, old; old Chest of Drawers; several Picture Frames; School Bell; several Jugs; Rocking Chairs; Hand Planter; old Organ; all kinds of Dishes and Glassware; Hand Tools of all types and descriptions; old Model T Parts and Tools; several Log Chains; several Electric Motors; Blow Torches; Wooden Wedges; several Lamps; Electric Table Saw with 8" Blades; 30" Jerry Mower; Battery Charger. Th«r« will be many, many more ittmt too numerous to mention, to try and attend thii salt if wanting anything in the line off Antique! or Collector's Itenu at I am twre H will be here. TIRMS - Cath Day Of Sale Not Responsible In Cafe Of Accidents RALPH (CURLY) STEINMAN EST., Owner RAYMOND SPfNCER and RONALD PICK, Auctioneer* and Clerks

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