Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1967
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V—Migo.i« *I«4**J MUfaUtt* 1HMSPAY, oet j, 196? Year plained atBurtfor Girl Scouts Bort — A Girt Scout staff and committee meeting was held Friday at Ruth Patterson's. Present were the Cadet leaders, Dorothy Becker and Ruth Patterson, the Junior Girl Scout leaders, Vera Bradley and Darlene Herrick and •the Brownie leaders, Barbara Pannkuk and Burnadene Opheim and committee members, Virginia Fries and Iva Jurgens. The program for the new year was planned and registration forms were filled out. A training school for new leaders will be held Oct. 23 at the Presbyterian church in Algona. On Oct. 26, after school at the school house a meeting for the Investiture of the new Brownies and awards will be presented. MARINERS ELECT Mariners Club met Sunday at the Burl Presbyterian church. Guests were 16 members of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Speaker was Rev. Walter Morz, Presbyterian church in Algona. Linda and Janet Becker sang accompanied by Evelyn Mawdsley. Devotions were by Leonard and Marlene Stenzel. Bible quiz was by Evelyn Mawdsley. Hosts were Harold and Viola Becker and Bill and Avis Christensen. Skippers Bob and Maxine Angus conducted the meeting. New officers elected were Skippers, Roscoe and Evelyn Mawdsley; First Mates, Leonard and Marlene Stenzel; Log Keepers, Bill and Avis Christensen; pursers, Duane and Marjorie Mawdsley; look outs, Russell and Ruth Patterson; Dr. and Nurse, Bernard and Jean Gifford. BROWNIES MEET Brownies had their first meeting at the Town Hall after school Thursday. Present were Dawn Opheim, Brenda Jurgens, Debbie Haase, Pamela Strange, Deborah Pannkuk, Dawn Reutzel, Debra Ghristqfnsen, Jamie Hopp'us. Barbara Pannkuk is the leader with Burnadine Opheim assistant. .,-,-. ..,...., STAR TO MEET Eastern Star will meet in the Hall Oct. 10. Hosts are the Dean Andrews, Mrs. Clco Nelson, and Mrs. Hazel Scott. The Past Matrons and Past Patrons will be honored. Grand Chapter meets in Cedar Rapids, Oct. 10, 11 and 12. FAREWELL PARTY A farewell & birthday party for Curtis Holding was held Oct. 1 at Francis Sheirbon's. Present were Curtis Holding, Jessie Long, the John Longs, Dorothy Scott, the W. W. Boettchers, Pete Plemmel, Ed Longs, Howard Longs and the Sheirbons. HAVE FAMILY NIGHT Family Night was held al Burt Presbyterian tihuroh Monday with a 6:30 pot luck supper. Evelyn Mawdsley showed a film, The Christian Family, followed by a congregational business meeting. Honor Pastor Rudy WUlrett* ipettl SuftdAy ill MtfifcMo VisitMg th* Detfl WUtrettJ. ' •• . •*, .' . TV fuy Mllten ami **<*, , vf«ff*I MSGR. J. H. SCHULTES, who has served as pastor of St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft for the past 34 y^rs, v.i' 1 . be honored at a farewell this Sunday. Oct. 8, when he ret res from active parish duties. He will live at 1614 Kast State street in Algona. Msgr. Schultes will relinquish his duties to Msgr. Zeno Reising on Oct. 10. All parishioners are invited to honor Msgr. Schultes at St. John's Hall at 7:30 p.m. He arrived in Bancroft on Feb. 15, 1933. Improvements during his tenure include a new St. John's school in 1938, the new convent in 1954 and a new Rectory in 1958 plus a new high schojl in 1962 and redecoration of the church in 1962. daughter, Mrs. George Becker Sunday. She has returned to her home and was well. She had surgery and was in the hospital three weeks and then in a convalescent home for three more weeks. The F. L. Ryersons went to Fort Dodge Saturday and brought Mrs. Ernest Polhemus home with them for a visit. She also was a guest of Mrs. F. L. Pratt, who took her to visit friends in Bancroft and Burl. Sunday Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Rose McGuire and Mrs. Lattie Vogel took Mrs. Polhemus back to Fort Dodge. She is staying in Fort Dodge to be near Mrs. Amelia Polhemus who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital following surgery last week. The A. C. Hinckleys and Duane attended the funeral for George Madden, 66, at the Methodist church in Wells, Minn., Saturday. He died of a heart aUack. The Walter Stewards visited his sister, Mrs. Anton Pannkuk, at Britt hospital last week. She returned home Friday to Klemme. The Bob Engstroms have an 8 Ib. 12 oz. son David Allen born Sept. 29 at the Dr. B. K. Bahnson home. They have two daughters. The Daniel Zauggs, Ames, were weekend guests at the parental Ervin Ulses home. Mrs. Walter Mesoher and Judy attended a birthday parity Saturday for Cindy Immerfall at the Ed ImmerfaH's. Jean Mescher has been working since Aug. 20 as secretary at the Avco Co. in Fort Dodge, Fred Farrell, Fallon, Nev., who worked several days for William Giddings, became ill Thursday and was taken by ambulance to Iowa City Friday. The Harry Alts, Algona and Gtittfe Sunday it Mftwetttt *tfe the Hendtick* and j<*ti of Fort Dodge, U A 1 Orde will m«t Oct. 10 it Vera Brtdley's with Ruth Patterson . assistant Roll call U the fir* «r 1 remember. There will be elec* Uoioti of officers. The Wallace HftwcrtU attended a pdatat meeting in Fort Dodge Monday evening,, Guest* Saturday of Mrs, George Mantis were Mr*. Lawrence GUlespie, Mrs. Ver< le Elmore, Mrs. Phil Puffer, Mrs. Larry Minus end children, Anna Meyer and Btta Hoidren. The birthday of Mrs. Gillespie was observed. 'Mrs. Nettie Felkey, Armstrong, and Mrs. EMe CurUn, Mason City,. caHed Saturday at Etta Holdren's. •Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel, Mrs. Brian Zwiefel and Sharon visited in Des Moines Monday 1 with Mrs. Mabel Reitners and Mrs. Richard Webster. Wesley C.D.A. guest day is dated Oct. 10 Woslty — The local CD A Court will have as guests of- icers of Algona, Whittemore, West Bend, St. Joe, Bancroft and St. Benedict October 10. On the serving committee are Stacia Riohtsmeier, Margaret Root, Mary Joe Studer, Clara Goetz, Dorothy Becker, Blanche Rasmussen, Angeiline Foe risen, Dorothy Martinek, Catherine Seller, Ruth Sen- rauth, Bernadine Hamilton and Ruth Mary Hrubes. On the entertainment committee are Mary Bode, Maud Studer, Evelyn Grandganett, Rita Youngwirth, Eileen Johnson, Joaie Lkkteig, Carol Youngwirth, Helen Koppen, Mary Richter, Francis Weber, Lucille Nelson and Marjprie Goetz. - ATTEND SHOWER Wesleyans who attended the pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the Farm; Bureau building in for Syh* Downs included the MMdifftei CM* Sturfef, Aft Plitbe, Vk Vouflgwlftn, fidwafd L John**,, Oeve Doughan, Merle Lo», Hazel Studer, Date DotnbiW, J. M. Runt, Pauline Pfeffer, Len Afndoffer, Justine u Beckef, and- Denny West. Sylvia, a daughter of Mr*, Oaine Downi and the bte Edward Downs of Mason City, will become 'the bride of Arthur Baker. WORKSHOP IS MILD There were 20 Nuns of the Order of St Francis at » workshop of Implementation of the chapter proceedings at the local convent over the , October, 1 weekend. The chapter was convened in June for the purpose of evaluating and renewing the structure of religious' life in the light of Vatican 1, and present day needs. The Nuns were from Emery and Parkston, S. D., Granger, Rockwell City, and Early. The local Nuns were hostesses. ,''">" -• ' • • • •'.",•••-•ATTEND FUNERAL Wesleyans who attended the funeral of Joseph Priest er, 88, at St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore, Sept. 25 were the Clare Hild- mans, Ray Kollascnes, Ken Haverlys, Dennis Haverlys and Mrs. Franklin Bode. Mr. Priester, father of Mrs. Hildman and Mrs. Kollasch, died in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. He is survived by his widow, .two sons and four daughters, two sisters and a brother. DEANERY MEETING A meeting of the Northeast Deanery of the DCCW will be held in Armstrong Thursday, October 12. A board meeting will be held in the morning followed by a luncheon and the afternoon meeting. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer is treasurer of the Deanery. All women of the parish are urged to attend. : SHOWER IS DATED A pre-nuptial shower will be held in St. Joseph's parish hall Thursday evening, October 12 for Jane Eisenbacher, daughter of Vine Eisenbacher and the late Dorothy Eisenbacher. She will become the bride of Terry Krout Oct. 28. i COUPLE MARRIED ? Kathryn Wagner and James Aman were married in St. Jowph'ft Cbthotlic ctutrch Sept. 2? at 10 o'&tifc; She ii a Author of Mff, Kathefine Wagner and he to « son of Ama*u, Sunday guett§ at Jim Olson's were her mother, Mtt. Anna fiMifngaUifier, and Dean and the Henry Legertf, all of ttttoti City, A new cement sidewalk has been put in in front of the new library oh main street. Many volunteer* have been helping with the varnishing of shelve* for the new library. A girl WM born Sept. 25 in the Britt hospital to the George Gaspers. She has been named Rhonda Ann, and joins a family of 3 boys. Mrs. Casper is the former Judy Hughes, daughter of the Glen Hughes, Kanawha. The Casper family lives on the Fred Bonn farm, Sunday guests at George Hirner's were Mrs. Mary San- ftner, Mrs, Kate Holm and Elizabeth Krebsbach, all of Swea City; Mrs Alice Hirner and Roland, St. Benedict, and the Joe Willgers, Algona, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Zeno Reising, Alton, spent one day last week at the home of his brother Andrew Reising. Irene Hanig and the five nuns who reside here were Sunday 'guests in the Ray Klein home at Spirit Lake Sept. 24. Irene was on vacation last week from the position in the post office. The Joseph Hanigs and sons Steve and Mike, Burlington Junction, Mo., spent several days • over the Sept. 24 weekend at the parental, Mrs. Lulu Hanig's. Mike was home for 20 days from the Walton Air Force base in Florida. The Lyle Hepperlys and Gary Hepperlys, Mason City, spent Saturday evening in the Lulu Hanig home. Mrs. Calvin Mienecke and three sons, of Jefferson spent. the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mary Weber. The Bob Rickes spent the weekend in the ptarental, George Ricke and Jack Ldck- teig homes. They recently •moved from Muscatine to Des Moines as he was made associate manager of the Avco Finance Company.. •t LUVfftNl • WilUY • CORW1TH • MNWICK The Morse 280 Acre Farm Will Be Sold at Public at the premises Wednesday; Oct. 11, 1967 2:00 p.m. The F. C. Soderbergs went to Elkader Friday and were guests of Mrs. D. D. Roggensack. All attended an antique auction at Ossian Saturday. They visited Mrs, Anna Putnam at Postville Saturday evening. Sunday they attended the Elkader E.U.B. church and 'visited relatives at McGregor and noted the trees were not as beautiful in color as two years ago, the weather had been too dry. On the way home Monday the trees were better color at Nora Springs, Strawberry Point, Waverly and even here in Burt and Algona. Supt. Harry Hansen, Burt school, will attend a superintendent's meeting at Morningside, Oct. 11, Sioux City, for Northwest Iowa, the Dakotas and Minnesota. The John Longs, who have been living here in their trailer house several months and visiting relatives, returned Oct. 3 to their home in Billings, Mont. Curtis Holding, Milwaukee, Wis., who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Jessie Long in Algona, wUl go to Portland, Oregon. Thursday to visit the Arthur Holdings ind ill plan to spend the winter in Phoenix, Ari?. i The Larry JfincWeyf Cheryl, Cedar Rapids, weekend, guests at A- Hinckley's. Mrs- HincWey and Cheryl, remained for |wo weeks as she is having dental work done. Helen Young called her Size and'Location 280 Acres of Best Quality Land, located six miles east of Esther- vllle on north side of paved Highway No. 9. 12 miles west of Armstrong. , Improvements Urge Modem 4-bednwm House; Barn 36-ft. x 60-fL; Cattle Shed 30-ft x 90-ft.; Granary 28-ft. x 40-fl.; Hog House 20-ft. x 36.fl.; Machine Shed 30-f£ x 60-ft.-, Garage. Bin Capacity, 20,000 bu.; Cattle Capacity, 200 per year; Hog Capacity, 600 per year. Numerous other buUdtagi, all In excellent condition. Type of Soil Webster and Clarion Loam. Well drained. A.S.C. ThU (arm has a top Emmet County A.S.C. Yield Rating. Corn bue 128 acres. Corjscrvtng base 27 acres. Legal Description Tht Wect Half of the Northeast Quarter and the Southeast Quarter of Section Twelve US), Township Ninety-nine (99), Range Thirty-three (33), Enunet County, Iowa, and all that part of the West Half of Section Seven (7), Township Ninety-nine (99), Range Thirty-two (32), Emmet County, Iowa, lying west of the center of the open ditch of Drainage District No. 7 in Emmet County, Iowa. Merchantable Title III'. Clf til.' on il.ilr i.f s iinifiunt hid win lie |Kiid l>y pinvluiscr At limo uf final settlement, subject to tenant's lease Sellers will convey a merchantable title at time of A fro of $1*00,00 will be paid to the broker • «-i - ' - " ••- .."•-» -: • " m.—t. * *ru>o flnaJ settlement. Sellers will pay 1907 tuxes nnd rcglsU'rlnfi the buyer with the attorneys be- Terms Possession ) settlement, subjc iliv Uuhiixv un ur More Div. 13, IW7. nlui-h i-xplrci on March 1, 1968. .___ . . .. assessments. . fore sale. ll*r< Hrnl flimiiritif! available on tills farm from insurance comfflft tad lending agencies. fur further information, tee Attorney!. Brokers M'CTIOINEKKS Clair Clurk Uoyd Clurk OWNERS Winifred £, Morse John H. Morse Olive Qoice ATTORNEYS Fitzgibbons Brothers , Iowa AUCTIONEERS' D «"* 1 « * c * n ' J**" »» ***« *W«*W*J »y« 20,000 were* of Tvrvri? ***"*• "^ ***** *****' '*' * l " : "* r '*"* to Qfftr * M ** IMJIlb: ?• .r ^ SHORT PHONE US FOR FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY PHONE 296-3762 EAST END GROCERY 5 823 E/ 823 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA, IOWA DOWNPOUR SAVE BY MAIL! Just enclose your check or money order with your savings passbook in our postage-paid envelope. It's the weather-proof way to put your money to work earning our generous return! Call for free save-bv-mail forms. Convenient Passbook Savings ThU ii the b*it all-around uvingi plan for everybody - th. btit way to hay, money available whtn you n««d it ... the bait way to build im.ll turn* into largt, Divi<Und> ara paid twice a y*ir, Put any amount into your account ,, . any tim«. Fwr HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. All Account! Fully |n«ur«d to $19,000 Save From The 15tb '-*> E^rn From The 1st SINCE 1?17 « Al-GONA, IOWA ON PASSiQOK SAVINGS AND «rll©NTH INVISTMENT Ci«TIFICAT|« i Accountsjnsured UP to $15.000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance Gorooratiori

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