Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1967
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Wesley couple JJMM Promoted tuna are hone (ran Alaska trip t Wt»Uy i~ The A. N. Rid** meiers ' returned recently from, a 9000 mile trip to Alaska and through Western Canada. They joined a group at Portland, Ore., and traveled by bus, ferry, train and plane to Ketzbuc, Alaska, the home of the midnight sun. They were .only 54 miles from Russian territory. They cruised through the in, • took a 100 mile ride m oi ed to Sates Manager at the on the narrow guage railroad Murray Elevator of Bancroft, over the mountains following now under new owner, Mllo the trail of the gold rush in Johnson. 1898 to the Klondike gold Jansen has been employed at fields. the Murray Elevator for the Because of flood conditions l»«st 10 years, and In the feed no tourists were allowed in division for five years, selling Fairbanks, but they had two ***** Fe « ds exclusively. days in Mt. McKinley National park of two million acres The 1700 mile trip from Anchorage to Nome and thence to the Eskimo village of Kotzbue, 30 miles north of the Artie circle, was by jet plane. They saw the real Eskimo homes and how the people live and work. In Anchorage the damage from the 1964 earthquake could still be seen but new buildings have been put up and it is the highway, air and business center of west Alaska. They returned by bus through the Natamuska Valley, farming project of 1934, and traveled the Alaskan highway to Mile Post Zero at Dawson Creek, British Columbia. They crossed Horseshoe •Bay by ferry to Vancouver where they toured the Hutch- art Gardens, city of Victoria, and government buildings. They were gone 24 days in the northwest. AT: OPEN HOUSE The Lester Larsons and Aryin Larsons attended open house at the Obid and Orville Larson rural home at Clarion Sunday for Lester's cousins, the Lawrence Larsons, Marion, Ohio. The latter couple had attended the 50th anniversary of his graduating class alt Eagle Grove Saturday evening at the Memorial Hajl in Eagle N.fj E. Quams, Minn, had also attended the open house and were Sunday overnight guests of the Lester Larsons. ATTEND WEDDING Vine Eisenbacher and daughter, Teresa, the Roman Eisenibachers and Mrs. Norbert HUbert attended a wedding Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic church in New Ulm, Minn., of Kay Eisenbacher, New Ulm, and Gary Nelson, Racine, Wis. The bride is a daughter of the Irvin Eisenibachers, New Ulm, and a granddaughter of Paul Eisenibacher and the late Mrs. Eisenbacher of Morgan, Minn. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Al Wagner was brought home Saturday from the Good Samaritan Home in Algona, where he had been a resident 5 l /z months, following his hospitalization in Britt for 16 mouths for care of a broken hip, sustained Dec. 13, 1985. The Wagner family offer their grateful thanks to kindness during his illness. Ttie> Ben Wagners, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend at the parental home. She stayed for a week's visit. NAMED TO OFFICE The BUI Goetzes, Larry Grandganetts and Merle Rasmussen attended the fall Legion and Auxiliary conference at Humboldt Sunday. Goetz was appointed district vice- commander to replace Lyle Babcock, Fort Dodge, who resigned as he has been transferred to Texas. Mrs. Grand- ganett was a page at the meeting. The Legion winter con* ference will be held in Wesley after the first of the HIinHIIIHHmtlNmHMIMHIIIMtMtHIHMHmlMIIMIIHMimHMtMHtt Sunday. David Quiner, Dows, was speaker. Pre-Cana conference will be held at the Catholic high school in Emmetsburg begin ning Sunday, Oct. 1. Sessions will'bagin at 8 p.m. The conference will be held October 1 to 8, 11 to 15, 18 to 22 and 25 to 29. ' The George Goetz family moved into the house just west of St. Joseph's Catholic church, which they purchased from the late Vic Loebig estate. The property was some years ago the Theodore Schroeder residence. The Goetz daughter, the Frank Kisches, will move from rural Algonla to the Goetz farm southeast of Wesley. Sunday callers at the Frank Hauptly's were the Elmer Munsters, Hartley; Allen Perus :and Frank Madsens, Austin, Minn: Mrs. Hauptly has been house-bound with an injured knee from a fall on the cement sidewalk . •Mary Jo Becker, employed in the office of Dr. Eldridge in Ames, spent the weekend at the parental, Wilfred Becker's. The Clarence Ftacek's, Garner were afternoon callers at her parental Becker home. The Legion is holding party nights each Wednesday. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 3. Funeral services are pending at the Hamilton funeral home, Algona, for Mrs. Maria Zittritsch, 95, Algona, who passed away Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. Four daughters and three sons survive. Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mrs. Theresa Kelley and Tony, all of Algona; Ted, Detroit, Mich,; Matthew, Aurora, Colo.; Mrs. Glenn McMur ray, Glendale, Calif.; and Helen, Gardena, Calif. Several grandchildren and great- grandchildren also survive. Preceding her in death were her husband, Anton Sr., who died in 1933; two sons Joe and Eugene; a daughter who died in infancy, and Anna who died in June of this year. Mrs. Zittritsch was born on December 28, 1871, in Austria. pital Friday. He had been a surgical patient. The Albert Erdels, Greenville, 111., were Thursday visitors at Mike Coyle's. .•Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen visited relatives at Brandt, S. D., and • New London, Minn., over the weekend. Mrs. W. G. Cooper had a Canasta party Monday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mrs. Mike Coyle. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark, West Bend and Mrs. Albert Thorsen were guests Sunday at Frank Chrisite's at Cedar Fall's. Enroute home they visited friends at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Leon a Warrior sent greetings with them to friends here. 'Mrs. Ida Worster, Rolfe, and the Laurel Worsters spent last weekend at Nathan McGuire's at Marshall, Mo. The Albert Claudes, Clarion were Sunday visitors' at Tom Bennett's. Mrs. Bennett is •their daughter. The Lenhard Holdens spent 'last weekend at Spirit Lake where they visited the Harry Cones. Monday supper guests at Albert Thorsen's were the Verne Struthers, Grove City, Minn, and the Dale Struthers, Algonia, In the evening all called on Watson Struthers and visited their sister, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark at WILL If MARKUP Banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Marleen Harr and DoniaW Theeseld. She is a daughter of Mrs, Maurine Hair and the late Fred Harr, and she is employed at Swanson'e in Algona. The Leo Hanigs were Sunday., guests of their daughter, the Albert Beckers near St. Joe,' for Mrs. Hanig's birth- djjy.; Other guests were Mrs. Htnig's brother-in-law J sister, the Lou Goetzes, West Bend, Bancroft, St. Jbs and Sit. Benedict Tuesday evening, Oct. 10. The George Rickes were Sunday guests of their son, the Richard Rickes at Grand Meadows, Minn. The Gary Formaneks, Spooner. Wis., visited her parental Charles Nelson home Sunday. Mr. Formanek is a civil engineer. They had vis- his sister, Cinthia Gormanek, a patient in a Rochester, Minn, hospital. . i 'Sunday callers at Rollin Hoard's for the llth birthday 'of Mark Heard were his grandparents, the Claude Heards, Belmond; Neal Hock- stras, Iowa Falls, and the Joe Knights, Union. The Charles Nelsons have sold the former Guy Ash house just north of the New Nelson house, to the Larry Brunsen, rural Algona, who have a son and a daughter, •both pre-school youngsters. They will do some remodeling before moving in. Mr. Brunsen is employed at Weid- enhoffs, Algona. The Al Waltermans, Estherville, were Sunday callers at Charles Nelson's. The George Rickes and Janice attended a national well-drillers convention in Des Moines Tuesday, as guests of the Louis Schumachers and Jim, Algona. There were no classes held in the Corwith Wesley schools Monday. As the teachers attended a meeting in Garner. Firemen entertained their wives at a steak dinner in the Legion hall Sunday evening with 15 present LeRoy Grandganett is fire chief. The Harold QratVdganette, Plymouth, were Sunday guests at Paul Grandganett's. The men are brothers. The A. N- Richtsmeiers and Stan Engstroms, ' Wayzata, Minn, went to Churdan for the weekend at Paul Sch- Geo. Hix, Titwka, dies; services today George Andrew Mix, 86, died Tuesday morning at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. 'Services will be Thursday, Sept. 28, 2 p.m. at the Doan Methodist church, the Reverend Paul Hansen officiating. Burial will be in the Buffalo township cemetery, Titonka, with the Blake funeral home of Titonka in charge. Three daughters and a son survive. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Hazel Ruse and Mrs. Edward Harms, all of Titonka, and Arthur Hix, of Sexton. There are 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Two sisters and a brother also survive. Mrs. Ole Femdahl, Algona, Mrs. Robert Wolcott, Riverside, Calif., and Charles Hix, Gordon, Neb. George Andrew Hix was born December 26, 1881 at Dysart, Iowa. He was married December 18, 1910 at Alexandria, S. D., to Maude Durst, who died in 1965. Mr. Hix was a retired farmer from the Titonka and Burt area. United Fund drive opens next Monday Harry Greenberg, United Fund campaign chairman, announced Wednesday that the kickoff on the first phase of the 1968 drive would take place Monday, Oct. 2.. The following captains have been named for the various categories of this first phase: Al Agena — North Side Commercial. Dick Rihgsdorf — South Side Commercial. Elgin Allen — Public and Garrigan schools, city offices, and county offices. Dave Shumway — Attor- > neys. ; Dr. Jack Clapsaddle— doctors, dentists and veterinarians. • •-'. Pudge Miller — Industrial Graduates Miss Mary Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch of Fcnton. Iowa lias - accepted a position as a laboratory and x-ray technician at the Lorctto Hospital in New Ulm, Minnesota. Mary was just graduated from the Northwest Institute of Medical Laboratory Technique, 3400 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is beginning her new career immediately. choir instructor. Sister Dorothy Rolfes is housekeeper. Mrs. Ray Thilges and Mrs. Eugene Thul are ift charge of 'ternot>n\ at the lunch' pfdgfairt for St. home. There Joseph'! grade school. Walter tlvM ifl Ffeilinger is parish custodian. Albert tButch) Ohristenseft, San Francisco, Calif., is spending two weeks with his parents, the E. J. Kollasches and other relatives and friends. He is employed at Lockhead Space and Missile at San Francisco. The .Paul Erpeldings visited with their daughter, Sister 'Lois Marie. OSF, at Dyersville Sunday and accompanied by Sister Lois Marie visited with a niece and cousin, Sister Betty Fredius at Mt. St. \Francis convent, Dubuque. 'Father Cornelius Osendorf, OSB, was a Visitor with Rev. L. C. Schumacher the first of the week. They were classmates at St. John's College, Collegcville, Minn., in 1925 and 1926. Father Cornelius- Osendorf has spent most of his priestly life in the Bahama Islands and is in the States on a visit. The Joe Ringsdorfs and Michael, Centerville, spen*. weekend at the maternal parents, the Raymond Kohihaas- es and the paternal parents, the Wendel Ringsdorfs, Burt, The K. L. Kohlhaases had 'their 55th wedding Spnday with a smorgasbord dinner at Kropf's cafe in Bode at. noon followed by a social af- the were 85 rela- Mfs. Peter. Bofmanti had 500 club Thursday after^ noon with Mrs. Alphonse Berte, Mrs. Tony'Becker sind Mrs. B. J. Gales receiving prizes. Mrs. Susie Kramer has the club October 5. Bans were published Sunday for the first time for Marilyn Thilges, daughter of the Raymond Thilgeses, St. Joseph's parish, and Dennis Menke, son of the Arthur Menke, Bancroft. October 14 is the date set for the wedding. A pre-nuptial shower will be held on Sunday afternoon Oct. 1 in St. Joseph's hall for Marilyn Thilges with relatives and friends attending. Mayor and Council filings by Oct. 10 Deadline for filing nomination petitions for the office of Algona mayor and three seats on the Algona city council is October 10. The mayor's term is for two years and four year terms for each of the council members, James Andreasen, 2nd ward; Dr. Kevin C. Nash, 4th ward and councilman-at- large, Sheridan Cook. To date no petitions have been filed. Aif«fli (ft**) THURSDAY, Stf, NfttlCt M MMATt Of AWOINfMlNTjW AND NOtKI IN THE blStfttCt ,THf IN THE MATTf* . •, '. Of THE EStAtI 6t , ••;" CARL J..ANDERSON. &*«»«••' TO ALL PERSONS INTIMSTIDIN THt ESTATE. OF CARL J. ANDERSON, Deceased: > 'j" ' .^ You or* hereby notified WW. «n w* 15th day of September, 1967, fh* lolf will and testament o* Cdrl J. 'Arfdef- son deceased bearing dafe of fh« l»t day of July, 1966, was admitted W probate 'In the above named dbuft, arid that A. F. Weyer was appointed executor of sold estate, , ;••'• .:' Notice Is further given that «n* *c* tlon to set aside sold will molt be brought In the district court 6f Mid county within one yeaf fr&M tt» ddt* of the second publication of ttlte net' • Ice, or thereafter be fbreyef bottvd. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to told estate art requested to moke Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditor! hov- Ing claims against sold estate IhOll file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance: and unless so filed within six month*, from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such .claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 22nd day of September, 1967. A. F. Weycr Executor of told Estate Elmorc, Minnesota Address Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorneys for sold Executor Algono, Iowa Address Dote of second publication 5th day ot October, 1967. Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, Sopt. 28 and Oct. 5, 1967. MtMMMMMMMMMO Ottosen Mr». QentM Uihtr (Henry Olson entered Lutheran hospital Thursday as a medical patient. Harold Jacobson, Fenlon, had a heart attack Sunday Watnems had a card party Sunday night. Mrs. Louis Jacobson had high for women and Mrs. Howard Thompson low. Howard Thompson had high for men and Randy Watnem low. The Percy Watnems and her brother, Alton Mitsveh, Bode, visited Mrs. Jen das- sick a medical patient at the 'hospital at Belmond. They also visited the Louis Dippels and 'at Klemme they visited the Paul Watnems. Weekend guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper were the Charles Coopers and Deanna, Cameron, ; Mo., and the Clyde Coopers, Stewartsville, Mo. Mrs. Raymond Borkowski took he'r aunt, Mrs. Haittie Barlow of Boise, Idaho and her mother, Mrs. Etta <McCormack, Bode, to Jefferson Wednesday where they visited the Dennhardts. Mrs. Barlow left that day for Colorado, where she visited another sister before returning to her home. The H. D. Bensons attended •funeral services for his nephew, Donald Coleman, 52, at Gilmore City Sunday. Attending the wedding of Thola Salmon and John Satern at the Methodist church at Livermore Saturday night were Ithe Laurel Worsiers, Richard Kinseths and Allan Wehrspanns, Mary Lynn and Jana. The John Tappers, Kamrar, were Sunday supper guests at their daughter, the Mike Frohlings. The Eugene Hofius were Saturday afternoon visitors at Knut Oppedahl's at Humbold! Lakola students work on Annual Dakota: The coming year is going to be the most exciting yet, and the Annual staff will be constantly on-the-go. Recording all the upcoming ev^ ents will certainly be as much fun for us as the end product will be for you. Editor, Cecil Mabus; Layout Editors, Connie Price, Kathy Heetland, and Ramona Gallagher; Ad Sales, Mark Dore'n- bush, Philip Thompson, Robert Christ, Cindy Goeke, and Judy Kollasch; Annual Sales, Leslie Eiohorn, Craig Koppen, Terry Becker, and Larry Thompson; Artist, Paula Krominga; Photographers, Nyla Hertzke and T Jim Kolp — Other advance ? gifts. A kick-off breakfast will be f held at the Johnson House at 7:45 a.m. Monday, for the above captains and their workers. All of the above establishments will be canvassed at that time, advance gifts will be received, and all employees in those establishments will be given the opportunity to make their pledges. If their pledges are made, they will be given a green card to take home to be presented to the house to house canvassers when they make their canvass at a later date. Mr. Greenberg urges that all Algona citizens give the United Fund their generous support this year to make the budget of $16,000. The thermometer will be installed at the corner of State and Dodge as in the past. Progress of the drive can. be seen as the temperature goes up— to the breaking point. St. Joe Mrc. arid is a patient at the hospi : group W members of the taj at Eistheryille. Hie is the Jim Miller, Business Manager, gvattgelicaji Free church at- son of Mr«, K : a ; te Jacobson. Ross Ellsworth, Girls Sports tendwl ^ie Harvest H«ne Fes- .'Howard HeUicfeson return- Editor, Sue Coy; Boys Sports tivai atthe Upper Flat church «<j home from Lutheran has- Editor, Dave Srmdt. A/2C Kenneth and Nancy Jean Thilges are living at 610 East State Street in Algona since their return town Phoenix, Ariz., where he was stationed with the air force. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges and leaves for an Air Force base in Vietnam October 8 from Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Thilges, the former Nancy Jean Kennedy, daughter of the Edward Kennedys, Fairmont, is a June graduate from St. Vincents school of nursing, Sioux City, 'and is employed at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The Harold Thilgeses have a son born in St. Ann hospital in Algona Sept. 24. John Wagner broke his left arm Saturday evening in a fall. He is employed with the Reding's Gravel and Excavating, Algona. St. Joseph's grade school has an enrollment of 149 with Sister Rosemary Vaske, grade one with 11 and grade two 28 students. Sister Janet Haverkamp with grade three has 18 and grade four 24 students, Mrs. Alfred Grill, grade five with 11 and grade six 24 students, Sister Delrose Riefce, grade seven with 17 ajid grade eight 22 students, Sister Mary Doris, music and Fashionable and Warm Girls' Coats Be ready for winter's first cool days . . Mothers every : where choose Graham's outwear to ; |veep them snug and drypflo matter-thfe; weather . . . Stijrdy coals, water-repel lent showsuits. . $27 LAYAWAYNOW! SO CONVimiKT! Apply lot you/credit card NOW! *, i %3eseff-*^jH^

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