Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 10
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lO—Atfeni (Idwi) Adviht* tHUfts5AY.oet.llW HMisewarning held Saturday atlrvington Irvington — Attending a housewarming Saturday for the Vernon Klein family in their home here in Irvington, were the Woodrow Johnsons; Terry Johnsons; Orville Thills; Wayne Wickwires; Herman Beckers; Thomas .Alt- mans; Eugene Lemkees; Michael Frankls; Dennis Cumber- lands, all of this area, the Roger Batts and William 'Batts, Jr. both of Algona, and Donald Frankl, Minneapolis. At 500 first prize went to the Herman Beckers, and Mrs. Roger Batt and Vernon Klein second. About 25 were present. The Kleins were presented with a falJ center piece, and lunch was brought and served by the guests. HURT IN FALL Mrs. Blanche Lage drove to Waterloo Sept. 22 to visit her daughter, the Ralph Nelsons over the weekend and attended the Cattle Congress. She was accompanied by Mrs. Clara Pompe, Algona, Who visited the Francis Caven- aughs, Waterloo. Mrs. Cavenaugh is the former Bernice Pompe. Mrs. Lage, after returning from Waterloo Sept. 25 slipped while carrying a 'basket full of clothes, spraining her back and the muscles of one leg. She expects to be off work at least two weeks. shower on Atttitdif evening, StptHnfcef IS it Lidyiftf, The «ifi«tty erawd w» «fi« terulrwd ** • fftilffifn with Mr*. Leon fcCoy Wesley girl married SURGERY ON ANKLE .Mrs. Oliver Knudsen, Irvington, is recovering at Park hospital, Mason City, following surgery on an ankle which was broken in three places when she fell last week at her .home 'here. Mrs .Knudsen was taken to St. Ann hospital but was later transferred to Mason City. Keith Strayer, past- w of the Irvington church, called on her Saturday afternoon and reported her doing nicely. Ardith Kay Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eden, of Wesley, and Gary Lee Thorson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thorson, Dilworth, Minn., were married at five o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday, September 2, at the Methodist church, Britt. The Reverend F. Considine performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Myra Kuglin, friend of the bride, was maid of honor. Debra and DeAnn Valentine, Truman, Minn., nieces of the bride, were her bridesmaids. Serving the groom as best man was Terry Burke, Breckenridge, Minn. Danny Thorson and Steve Thorson, of Detroit Lakes, Minn., nephews, were groomsmen. Clinton Eden, Wesley, Dew- ey Valentine, Truman, Minn., Jerry Bushman and Jim Thorson, both of Minneapolis, ushered. Herman Welhousen accompanied Harold Bode and Mrs. Herman Welhousen who sang. The reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Mrs. Lloyd Thorson, Britt, had the guest book. Mrs. Raymond Schutjer and Mrs. Evert Sleper poured. Mrs. Laura Eden and Mrs. Kate Flom cut the cake. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. John Boehm. Opening gifts were Mrs. Veona Wel- housen and Mrs. Bob Stahl, Mrs. Larry Johnson and Mrs. Faye Rochel. Mr. and Mrs. Thorson are at home at Mankato where he is a senior at Mankato State and she is employed by the Coca Cola Bottling Co. The Ralph Nelsons, Waiter- loo, and the Eugene Lages, Des Moines, spent last weekend with their mother, Mrs. Blanche Lage, and another son, the Jim Lage family of Fort Dodge, visited her on Sunday. The Kenneth Roneys went to Mankato, Minn., Wednesday where they spent the day. They were accompanied as far as Winnebago, Minn., by Simeon Leigh, who spent the day <there visiting his sister, Mrs. Letitiia Gray, a brother William and other relatives there. The Herman Beckers returned last week Thursday after several days at Baudette, Minn., on a fishing trip on the Lake of the Woods. They reported the fishing good. World Wide Communion was observed at the Irvington church Sunday evening with the moderator, Rev. Ralph . Hindman, LuVerne in charge. Herbert Rosenau, Irvington, drove to Lakota Sunday for the day visiting his brothers, Lloyd and Alvin Rosenau. Mrs. Clarence Siemer and her sister, Mrs. Helen Hanig, Ackley, who had been visiting the Siemers, went to Bloom- inigton, Minn., Sept. 22 where they visited a niece, the Robart Flowers and also visited a cousin, the Herman Schneiders, at St. Cloud. They returned home Sept. 26. A son was bom to the Dick Fellins, Emmetsburg, Oct. 1 at the Emmetsburg hospital. The baby was named Michael Patrick, weighed 5 Ibs. and 7 ozs. The Fellins have two other sons, Joe and Dail. Mrs. Fellin is the daughter of the B. 0. Davises, Irvington. Mrs. Dunvood Walker and sons, accompanied by Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs. Charles Reaper, went to Roland Saturday and visited Mrs. Reaper's sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Larsen, and her daughter Ann and Marineus Hansen, brother of Mrs. Larsen, who is now making his home with her. Dwight Sabin, Des Moines, is again a patient at Veteran's hospital with anemia and complications. He was given transfusions and at last report is improving. Dwight is the youngest son of Mrs. Hazel Sabin of this area. The Don Froehlichs, Sergeant Bluff, will arrive at Don's mother's,.Mrs. Evelyn Froeh- lioh, the weekend of Oct. 6 to 8. The Don Froehlichs wili attend homecoming at Garrigan. Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, accompanied by five students from Garrigajn, drove to MHIIHIMIIUIMHIMIHIMMMIMHMIMHNtMMHNMIIHIHIIIIIHNHHHMMMn Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, and attended a work shop. The students going with Mrs. Froehlioh were Debbie Arndorfer, Marie Froehlich, Mike Studer, Steve Reding, and Joan Kohlhaas. Fun and Do Club met Sept. 28 at Wilma Arndorfer's. Most members were present with Louise Preuschl, Irma Lichter and Katherine Am* dorfer as guests. At 500 prizes .went to Katherine Arnidorfer high, Dorothy Plathe 2nd, and Katherine Johnson, low. The next meeting will be at Laura Becker's., Oct. 26. Wesley Viola Studer Mary Hilbert, Minneapolis, spent from Sept. 26 to Oct. 1 at her parental Norbert HU- bert's. She went back to Minneapolis Sunday with Joyce Becker, who is employed in a bank there. Joyce had spent the weekend at her mother, Mrs. Justine Becker. Pamela Hildman is employed at the Look Magazine Publishing Co. in Des Moines. She is a daughter of the Clare Hildmans and a 1967 graduate of Corwith-Wesley school. She attended the funeral of her grandfather, Joseph Priester in Whittemore, Sept. 25. Sharon Hildman, daughter of the Irwin Hildmans, is employed at Al's Lounge. John Schultz, Junior high teacher in the Corwith-Wesley school, attended the funeral of his father at Nevada recently. Mary Rockwood, Margaret Root, Maud Studer and Mary Bode attended a CDA workshop at Garner Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and Louis, Titonka, and her sister, Mrs. Mag Bleich, visited the Richard Kelloggs at Grand Junction and the Lou Martins at Jefferson Sunday. Mrs. Mag Bleich and Mrs. Mary Rockwood attended a CDA meeting in Britt Monday evening;^ 75 ^°^U] • The Maurice Irigersolls and Janice of Washington state visited her uncle and aunt, the Fred Seefelds one day last week. Other callers that day were Mrs. Seefeld's sister, Hannah Nelson, Camella Ingstrom, and Mrs. Leon Gardner, all of Algona. Mrs. Mag Bleich visited her son and family, the Jim Bleichs, Spencer, Saturday. Mrs. Tom Becker returned Sept. 26 from Mercy hoepij tal, Mason City, where she had been for medical care. Sunday guests in the Becker home were the Herman Beckers, Irvington; Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona; Frank J. Hilbert, LuVerne; the Roger Doughans, Clarion, and Bernard Becker and Christi of Waterville, Minn. Mrs. Lulu Hanig and her guests, her son Joseph and family, Burlington Junction, Mo., were Sept. 24 guests at Lyle Hepperly's in Mason City. Bride-to-be feted at Ledyard shower Miss Nancy MacKinnon, daughter of Mrs Wilma MacKinnon of Ledyard was honored at a miscellaneous bridal were ierv*d frotn • table beau* .t-ruily di-Wite-i IB foil color*, •fief whkh far fntny lovely gift* were opened and display* ed, Bride^lect is honored at shower Swea City: Miss Barbara Wertz, the bride-elect of Bill Hubbard, was honored with an Open House Shower, Tuesday evening, in the Mrs* Methodist Church Social Hall of Swea City. The theme "House and Home" was carried throughout the program with Mrs. Hurlburt as Mistress of Ceremonies. Mrs. George Rohlin introduced the honored guests and presented corsages to Miss Wertz, Mrs. Whaley of Chicago and Mrs. Cheater Brown of Estherville, iboth aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Harvey Hubbard. A special corsage was made and send home for the bride's mother, Mrs. Edna. Wertz of Grover. Being a invalid she was unable to attend. Mrs. Gilford Smith began the evening by reading a poem entitled "Pillars of Home". Devo- itions were given by Mrs. Lynn Pulver. "Shanty in Old Shanty Town" was sung by Mrs. George Elliott. Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff accompanied her on the piano. "The Heart of Home" was a poem read .by Mrs. Ron-, aid Hann4 and "Bless This House" was sung by Mrs. George Elliott. The tables were beautifully decorated in the bride's chosen colors of moss green and yellow., ' . Hostesses included: Mesdames Elsie Rohlin, Rena Haglund, Violet Harner, Ruth Hurlburt, 'Marlys Hanna, Doris Smith, Jane Thompson, Bernadine Hazelhoff, Alice Pulver, Helen Nelson, Emma Ridge, Blanche Sykes, Tillie Curtis, Cathryn Hanson, Fern Peterson, Margaret Johnson, Erma Barslou, Beverly Eggerth. Pam Lieurance, and Irene Fagerlund. The wedding date for Miss Barbara Wertz of Grover and Mr. Bill Hubbard of Swea City ihas been set for October 21, in the Presbyterian Church" at Grover. Lakota Girl Scouts start New season The Whirly Birds and the Dilly Daffodils of the Jr. Girl Scouts met Monday, September 25 after school and elected officers. In the Dilly Daffodils Laurie Bosma was elected new Patrol Leader end Ann Rieffer assistant leader. In the Bird* ttay ftieffot wis if Jftffeeiafaf ymf af.dK to to JvRPbl K^HclCF ImO Cufftpfly wftff ifHIMl fV^lIMlOfHi Mimty dhrM M «Miitan4 Jead* ifMl W)U Jiiitt? MMl*! y%U l«i W. TroMUref is t_Lft EiefteH' '" iNffef ant) Afth. Ateehhlfd i* th«8«lb* •The opvhlng begin with Wii deliveted for Christtn**. Flag Ceremony by Cifidy Redman «hd Anh Rieffer. FoMoW- Intf the opening the "Happy Birthd*y Song" w«s Ming to Ann Steenhard and she was Allowed to choose a gift from the gift bag, Ann received some itetiomiry. Kay and Ann Rieffer receiv* ed badges for their art and drawing. We talked about Where We would like ito go on a hike. The meeting Was closed by the singing of the "Taps" lead by Nancy Christ. hoi b**n f!l*d by th* Iowa f'ublle S«rv- Irt CwfiMfty, SlouX City, Iowa, and that fbfth iola itfl the fblW»lnO to*, duly authenticated, for UfWM 90 TifjVO wlfntn -' ilX Ledyard Bank observes 75th anniversary The Ledyard State Bank celebrated Its seventy-fifth anniversary with a complimentary barbecue supper for its customers and friends at the Ledyard City Hall oh Saturday evening, Sept. 30. Clair Clark, bank pre* sident, announced the attendance of seven hundred fifty guests ait the Ledyard event. Four hundred pounds of prime beef and buffalo, angus cross Was roaslted in a barbecue pit for twenty-two hours, after which it was served by the bank staff, beginning at 5 p.m> Gold key chains, decorated with « commemorative medallion, were presented to the customers by Marvel E. Halvorson, bank cashier. This event also marked the fifth anniversary for Clair Clark, who purchased controlling interest in the bank in October, 1962 from W. E. Wiemer. Prior to that time the bank had been in the Wiemer family for 70 years. Mr. Clark who has diversified business interests, is an auctioneer and farmer in the Ceylon area. Among the guests Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer of Okoboji, who left Monday for their winter home in Arizona. Aggressive Lads Hold meeting Lakota: The Aggressive Lads 4-H Club held their September meeting at the school house with 15 members and 1 new member present. To take permits for sales tax Iowa sales tax representatives will be at the courthouse assembly room from 8 to 4 Monday, Oct. 9, to take applications for sales tax permits on the new service tax law. Included are carpenters, plumbers, contractors, etc., who have not had a sales tax permit in the past. Those who ...__,. .,_ _ ,, ! have been under the two-cent office before packing ytour par- . texi permit wiu not have to ^ ^J^t!Sl~ 0 !^T£ obtain a new permit. Marvin our military post office® (APO » rp- , Roifp j« the ™>nr«> and FPO) require customs de- «J^J^^llV -1» P clarattons forms. You may pick sentative for this area. them up at the post office and prepare them while' packing .the parcels. (5) Addresses must be legible and "complete prepared by typewriter or pen and ink. Be sure to have your return address clearly written'. ZIP CODE is required on all par. eel post to determine the rate of postage so must be a part of the address. • 'Postal employees will sincere- Scribe, Ann Steenhard. Postal rules given for Hailing parcels With the lovely fall weather we ere enjoying, Christmas seems a long was off. However in the ?orftal Depwimcnlt we must start planning now tar the flood at Christmas mail to be handled each year. , Mailing dates, )fcr oversews! parcels have been establishes es follow: (1) Surface Transportation- October 1« (to November 11. (2) Space Available Mail (SAM)—under 5 pounds—Oct. 21 to December 1. (3) Airmail —. December 1 to December 11. There are a number of points .to remember in preparing all parcels for mailing at any time and they are even more important alt Christinas. Remember to: ,(1) Enclose a slip of paper listing contents and name and address of mailer and of addressee. Should the outside wrapper become detached your parcel oan still be delivered. . (2) For overseas mailing a wooden or metal container are preferable and for any mailing ia heavy cardboard container. These should be securely tied and wrapped in heavy paper.to strengthen the parcel. (3) Be sure that the contents of the parcel are securely packed inside the container so •that they will not shift around. Containers can be damaged from the inside if contents are heavy and not securely pecked. (4) There are a number of articles prohibited in mailing (matches, lighter fluid and etc.) If you 'have any doubts it is'well to inquire at the posit M ft* f*6*lrfn*n voltofl*!: itaMlhg " tout.* and termini of th* pro- IMt velti: ' . Jrt th* SouthtMt cofntr 6f tfilrf#-fl*« (35), Township ---, -~i# (*^J Ndftn/ ROrflpA Twcfity- -ight Mi) Wist of the 5th P.M. Kos- fcitf) .County, I6*d; thtnc* Ndrth 6n tn* W*it rnofoirt of th* highway, OlOfig th» Cent llhc of S«ctldn Thirty, f Ivt (35) approximately sixty-flv* h_lldf(Pdthi (.65) fhiltf. Objl-tlom to the granting of §ueh fronchlie bocket M5236 mutt be in jrMlrtd am filed Irt tflplleatt, With this CbrnrnlHIon, no later than 20 days after the dote 6f «econd pubtlto- tier* of this notice, this b*ihg the first of two consecutive publications. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Bernard }. Martin, Cholrmori Frank B. Means, Commissioner Dlek A, Witt, Commissioner Docket.E-t5236 ATTEST: E.--B. Storey, Secretory 0«ted irt Oes Moines, Iowa, September PiAlished in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa October 5, and 12, 1967. IA ^ f ^ il OinVrWfM • OliVPPPO Of * e. * Dot** tt»» ,2Snd cWy of W7. , ^ A. ?, Weyer tttteiitef of said Estate Elmer*, Minnesota AAMM Linnan, Lynch A Straub AMlissWssssssriK M* &JlJ«t it*ssif «•! f\» mnVfTWy* TOT KnCl CnvCUTOr AVBv^Of MWO Daft of second publication Sth day of October, 1967. Published In the Algona Kossuth Couftty . AtfvttnMf AMonQj lowb. Sept. 28 and Oct. 5Tl96>. ' HOTKI O* WAtM, ; Notice is M'bTg'iverfVhiVa cor- poraflon named IJN6SAY SOFT WAT- w OF 6RITT, INC. has been -imiof- porafed under Chapter 496A, Code of Iowa. The corporate existence of sold Corporation began September 20, 1967 and the period of its duration Is' per• AN* NOTICI TO CRIDITOM IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATF OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Preftete Me. *1M IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CARL J. ANDERSON, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF CARL J. ANDERSON, Oo- You are hereby notified that en the ISth day of September, 1967, the last will and testament of Carl J, Anderson deceased* bearing date of the 1st day of July, 1966, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that A, F. Weyer was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of taid county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. • Notice is further given that all persons indebted to* said estate aw requested to moke immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors hav- t , , . Sold corporation shall 'have , unlimited power to engage in and fo r :do onv lawful act concerning i -any, i or ol lawful busiesses .for which ioVpW- otlons may be organised under-) to Id Chapter, and In portieulor...to. engage in.the busness of spies, , distribution of wdter '«6rtditl in claims against said estate thai) file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by of Thr address of its registered office fclyj .East State StreetTVlgona, Iowa" and the name of its registered agent at such address is R. G. Buchanan* The names and addresses 6f feits directors as designated in its Artkles of Incorporation are: Donald A. Deal 404 South Phillips Street, Algona, Iowa VI '•' Howard L. Miller ' > ' 1415 East North Street Algono, Iowa W i ',;'•**• R. G. Buchanan Ml «i , l'/2 East State Street^ W Algona, Iowa LINDSAY SOFT WATER . OF BRITT, INC. By: Howard L. Miller Howard L. Miller, President Published In the Algono Kossuth October 5, e< ^^ '° W ° OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: Notice is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, maintain and operate electric transmission line as provided for in Chapter 489, Code of Iowa, 1966, and amendments hereto, CUB SCOUT PACKS 29 & 70 Christmas Wreath Sale ii OCTOBER 1 -OCTOBER 30 A Boy Scout from Pack 29 ft 70 will call at your home to tako your order for — • Alpine Christmas Wreaths — a new /style, hip and; beautiful this year!! »,' ^ • Fresh English Holly — full-berried sprays. , • Evergreens . .. decorator kit with greens, ribbon, cones. Be sure to order your Christmas decorations, in October, from your local Cub Scout Packs SHE'LL REMEMBER YOU EVERY DAY EVER AFTER If You Give Her A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE I Please send the Kossuth to our new b Name.- _____ Address __ Town ._ Presented By 15.00 Kossuth County — County Advance ride 17.00 Out-of-County LOTS CHOICE AVAILABLE NOW SMITH EDNA ADDITION FIRST IK* JNIa^MV H!£jM •^Bwwl PIWPP HJELMEUm

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