Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
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i—Alfdtu (l«wa)A<hr*Att THURSDAY, <KT, U, 1W Gladys Jensen sendees teld at Swea City Mrs. Vergil (Gladys) Jensen, 56, Swea City, passed away Sunday morning, Oct. 82, at the Fairmont Community ho** pital Fairmont, Minn., after an illness of about three years. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, 2 p.m., in the First Baptist church at Swea City with the Rev. H, J, Crandall officiating. Burial was in the Harrison township cemetery. Mrs. Richard Olson sang, "How Great Thou Art" and "Precious Lord Take My Hand" with Mrs. Tom Preston accompanying at the organ. Pallbearers included Glen Olson, Weldon Brandt, Norrine Danielson, Elmer Berg, Fred Butterfield and Francis Tonne. Reese Henry Funeral Home had charge of arrangements, Mrs. Jensen was oorn .May 25, 1911, at Swea City, to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jacobson. She moved with her parents to Winnebago Minn., as a child and graduated from the Winnebago high school in 1929. She was married March 10, 1937, to Vergil Jensen at Swea City. They have farmed the same place since their marriage. She was a member of the Baptist church, SWea City. She is survived by her husband, one son, Lowell, living ters Marcia, Mrs. David Me? in Swea City, and two daugh- dema, Rock Rapids, ana Aleta, Mrs. A. P. Bciers of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; five grandchildren; one sister, Florence, Mrs. Lester Hesseldahl; and three brothers, Arthur, Albert, and Roy Jacobson all of Winnebago. Class officers are elected Elections for class officers were held recently at St. John's. Each class nominated candidates for offices of president, vice-president, secretary and .treasurer. Candidates engaged in a week-long campaign complete iwd/th posters, slogans and VOTE FOR ME buttons. Senior Class officers: Larry Nurre, president; Nadine McCleish, vice-presidenlt; Kathy ;Binzen, Secretary; Geri Wilhelmi, treasurer. *; Junior Class officers: Bill Ac-.- curso, president; Dennis Haitten, vice-president; Susan Lynch, secretary; Jerry Vaske, .treasurer. ' . Sophomore Class officers: Francis Stork, (president; Mike Fox, vice-presidenlt; Pat Fox,secretory; Dave Nemmers, (treasurer. Freshman Class officers: Paula Bauer, president; Susan Vaske, vice-president; Lea Brandenburg, secretary; Pat Sohrauth, treasurer. Wesley Viola Stud*r Mrs. Mary Bode ww a guest at the CDA meeting in Garner October 11. She is a District Deputy and assisted ait the reception of new members. The Leo Lickteigs visited 'Mrs. Mary Wingert and other residents at the Rest Home They also called on friends in Lakota and Buffalo Center. Mrs. Don Vogel and children, L"hrville, spent several days lasit week with her mother, Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim. Dellones Potthoff, employed in the Eunice Beauty Partor in Minneapolis, is spending this week at the parental Albert Ldckiteig's. A group of second graders of St. Joseph's parochial school will receive first holy communion at the '8 o'clock Mass in St Joseph's Catholic church Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughr an and Vine Doug'han attended the silver wedding anni- ver^ury celebration of their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson at Clear Lake Sunday. Honor*** Dr. and Mrs. Henry G. Moershel of Homestead are marking their 50th yw of medical practice in Homestead area this month. The Moexsbels are living in the home his father butft in 1065 ffJSJS* >* "wi born* Dr. Moershei was a of the class of'm? " Onion Aim Jackley, found a hii^e 3% pound onion in his garden last Married at St. Joe Miss Marilyn Rose Thilges, daughilcr of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- ' mond Thilges of St. Joe and Daniel J. Menke, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Menke of Bancroft were united in marriage on Saturday, October 14 at a 10 o'clock Nuptial High Mass celebrated by Rev. Father Leo Schumacher in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at St. Joe. St. Joseph's school choir furnished •the music at the double ring ceremony. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Kennefth Thilges of Algona. Jolene Thilges of. Minneapolis was maid of honor; Joan Menke of Cedar Falls and .Mrs. Helen Ricke of Bancroft were bridesmaids. The •groom's attendants were Alan 'Men-ke of Bancroft as best man; Richard Plathe of St. Joe artd James Ricke of Bancroft were groomsmen. Ushers were Howard Kayscr of St. Joe and Donald Menke of Albert Lea, Minn. Two hundred and seventy five guests were entertained at a dinner reception at the La Fiesta Club in West Bend fol- lowing the ceremonies. Miss Janice Menke of Mankaito, Minn, registered the. guests. Barbara Weydert, Pat Reding, Dolores Becker and Nancy Shillingiton were in charge of gifts. .Mrs. Clarence A. Smith and Mrs. Anton Weydert cut and served the cake. Mrs. Herbert Kayser poured. All are aunts of ithe bride. The bride is a 1964 graduate of G-arrigan High School and a '65 graduate of Bernell's Hairstyling College of Fort Dodge, She will continue her work at Elva's Beauty Shop in A.lgona. The groom graduated from St: John Higih School in' 1962 and served throe years in the army. He is employed at Behr's Standard in Algona, where, after a weeks wedding trip to Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo., ,the couple reside at 91/2 E. Call St. Out of town guests attended the wedding from Washington, Missouri, Algona, Humbold.t, Ledyard, West Bend, Clarion, Corwith, Ames, Burt, St. Benedict, Estlherville and. Chicago, Burt girl is married United in marriage in St. John Catholic church in Bancroft on Saturday, October 14 were Marjorie Mae Haupert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert of Burt and Max E. Dahlhauser, son O f <MT. and Mrs. Henry Dahlhauser' of-West Bend. Magr. Zeno Reisinig officiated at 'the 10 o'clock double ring ceremony. Mary Ann Kay- sir was the solist. The music director was Harold Menke, cousin of ttie bride. Mrs. Walter Haupert of Algona was her niece's personal at- tendent. Darlene Haupert maid of honor and Betty Dahlhauser bridesmaid, sasters of the couple were the bride's attendants. Lanry Fo*e*ty of West Bend, friend of *fh* groom, was beat man. TUm Dahlhauser, brother <rf .the groom was groomsman. Ushers were James Haupert of Emmetsburg, brother of the bride, and Mike Dahlhauser of West Bend, cousin of the groom, Immediately following the ceremony, 200 guests were entertained at a reception in St. Johns Cafeteria. Aunrts of the couple, Mrs. Alfred Menke and Mrs. Paul Dahlhauser cut and served the cake. Waitresses were Lynn and Shirley Menke, Arlene Heldorfer, Kathy O'Donnell, Martha Wolf and Judy O'Donnell. Crifts were handled by Doris Goehe and Joyce Grandgenett. Mary Lou Hayden had charge of the guest book. The bride is a graduate of St John High School and has been employed by Algona Municipal Utilities, -where she will continue her iwork. 'Mr. Dahlhauser graduated from West Bend High School and is employed wiith has father in the Dahlhauser Machine Shop in West Bend St. Joe girl tells about wonders tof European tour 1 f . ™ 1 * ' ^r? 1 ft, J** — JdAnfi unwranit of the Paul Erpeldingi h*J Just returned from a 11 court* try tour of Europe. Ste kit Des Moines and met i Washington, D. C. friend, Und* Btrkner at Kennedy Intent*/ tional Airport in New York. Prom there they flew TWA to London, where they were met by their guide, the group met at an English Pub the first night. JoAnn discovered that one of the Boston ladies on the tour was the mother of a Des Moines friends of hers! She rcuorts: London was impressive with Buckingham Palace (witnessing the changing of the guard), Trafalgar Square, Pic- adttly Circus, Tower of London( where the crown jewels are kept), London Bridge, Westminister Abby, Houses of Parliment, Scotland Yard, No. 10 Downing Street, and; many beautiful parks and gardens. One night was spent" «t the London Palladium see-' ing a stage show. From London it was a flight to Amsterdam and a ride thru the streets by boat where we learned that the number of staircases in front of the houses determines the wealth of the family! We visited the Delft Kiln and watched the process used to make •the hand painted china. Then we went to beautiful Rotterdam—almost a new city because it was almost completely destroyed by the war. All Europe 'has flowers 1 , .flowers, and more flowers. This was also the first place we saw. people travel by bicycle as they do in almost all the European countries. The •next moaning we wtere in some of the little villages, over Hhe dikes and on the site of the last battery of windmills still remaining. We also visited! the Rijks museum, home of Rembrandtls masterpiece's. At Brussels we were at the site of the 1958 World's Fair. A clock made out of growing flowers and the Atonium (a 'huge monument shaped like an atom), and a backwards plow (designed by the engineering students). In Belgium we watched a lady , . tow«r, In Genoa we *iw the house of Christopher Cotutn- bug. One of the park* there i A*AJB1 fe^a^a^^Jufl jfrf t, j j a » ah i "m n«i 1 <\ t-m m nn pHMMea •flOWefS tUVUttff «d M the three ships of Oo* lumbus. ~c • At 'Monaco w« ««w the palace of Prince*! Grace Mid ttien went to the gambling casino of Monte Carlo. On the French Rivera We stayed *t <: Nice.. •••;;. , (From Nice We went by train to Lourdes, France. No matter how much you have heard about Lourdes you can never imagine what it is like until you have been there and seen all the sick people: '• on beds, in wheelchairs, walking, etc. It took over two and a half hours in the afternoon for the procession of the sick who were then blessed.by the f^argy- . ; f Another train took us to * Paris, and we had.a boat trip .along the River Seine, and saw-the Louvre, Arc de Tri- omphe, Notre Daine, Tomb df 'the Unknown Soldier, and the Eiffel Tower. Mr. and Mrs. Olli* Nasby, managers of the Good Samaritan Romas have been at Fargo, N. D., attending a meet' ing of the many other administrators of the various homes. Mr. Nasby game home Monday but Mrs. Nasfby remained for the complete course. These meetings are V| h'3iid periodically and seris of lectures and discussions are on the agenda and cover subjects flar bitter serving the reBidiants of the homes including therapy and many Mrs. David Hov*y hat r*- 'turni&d from 'Hawaii where she mat harhusband who had been given a leave of two weeks. He has returned to Viet Nam and his wife's re> iturn here was delayed 'by dense fog which, kept tlhe plane grounded as they could .not ees .to take a safe takeoff. Mr. and Mrs. W*nd*N Rockwall are parents of identical sons born October 3 in o Tnberg (the cuckoo dock ounces, Mark weighed and fourteen down River to the « along the way. At Headelbergwetouredacas^e made famous by the musical "Th* Student fttace." We went to many U. S. army bas- ie family, Bradley who ii , yeans old. Mrs. Rockwall is the former Muriel Zittrlt- grandparenits ars * of being ngWj at home whenj looked into the phone book and sawj such names as: Erpelding, Frider' B ° rman ' ™ lgfeS ' ionH a f ^ In Switzerland we stayed a sight at night. While there we went to a local dinner party and had cheese fondue as our first course - quite a fun way to start out a gay evening. After the dinner •.and Mrs. well of Thompson, the great grandparents are Mrs. Mary Rdsameyer and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson of Lake Mills and Mrs. Mary Carroll, Algona, is the great great grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth, former Algonans Who moved to Vail several months ago are moving from there to South Sioux City. They were 'here over the weekend to see Pete Haag at the Good Samaritan Home and visited with relatives at Whittemore f ed bysome of the local peo- pie, dressed in native costumes. They yodeled, danced and Mr. and Mrs. T*d Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Galen De- Valois attended Homecoming •at Ames over the weekend. were visited over the week- *v~.iJ~. Ai'-" •«;— r ~. eml ty their daughter Jean X A J^f 01 ^"^' We went «f Chicago, ni. to Austria by the way of the M r. and Mrs. Austrian Tyrol, and .. crossed the Italian border to Venice, a showplace of art and 'history. One of the moist fabulous sights there is St. Mark's Square. A ride by 'gondola climaxed our evening there as everyone was out riding thru 'the canals •and getting up to' the big gondola that had an orchestra on it. Florence is still recovering from a recent flood. We were in one of the churches that are being repaired. The repairmen found the remains of another church under this one when they were working in the basement so now are excavating. We saw many of while 'here. We also went to the straw market Where they sell everything at outdoor stalls such as purses, linen, jewelry, baskets, etc. In Rome we were at St. Peter's, the Vatican ybrary, SUtine Chapel, oatawmbs, Founltain. of Trevi (mode by 'the movie "Three Coins in a Fountain), coleseum, and many fountains and stalues. for to an acreage. Mr. Crandall will do a little farming and stock raising. Mr, and Mrs. Larry Johnson ware dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Orandail. ; kind*, daughter ef Mr. and Mrs. Don Frederick is employed in the Ebenezar Nursing Home at Minneapolis, Minn, and has a vacation of a week. She is leaving Thursday for Davenport to take pre-nursing examinations and Sunday, October 29. Fri*nd$ of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Taylor of Sitka, Alaska, have received word that they plan, to fly to WeMsville, Pa., Nov. 3 and visit with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher, Both women are former Algonans. Mrs. Taylor being the former Anba Dee Long and Mrs. Pitcher, 'the Hornier Doris l^ng, daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs; Abner Long. The Tay T lore will also fly to Calmax to visit with Mr. Taylor's parents. They do not plan to be Married MR. AND MRS. George Erickson, Thief River Falls, Minn., announce the marriage of their daughter Jan to Tom Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dailey, Algona. They were married Saturday, Oct. 14 at the Presbyterian church, Burley, Ida. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Campbell. Mr. and Mrs/ Dailey are both employed as medical technicians in Burley and are at home at 415V4 West Mai*. were visited last week Wednesday and over night by Mrs. Grace Lavrenz and Mrs. G. Guninerson of Minneapolis, Minn. Who had gone to Union, Mo. to attend the funeral services for Kenneth Martin, husband of the former Elda Lavrenz. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutoton and Richard Groen drove there and the Minneapolis residents returned here with them. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook went to Winnebago, Minn. Sunday to spend the day with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs'. Fred Cook. Mrs. Roy W*ss*ll was taktn to Mercy hospital in. Fort Dodge Tuesday for medical treatment. The Kenneth Honeys drove to Laurens Sunday and visited Merle Wellendorf in a Rest Home there. .' Cabb*g* & Maynard Johnson of Rolaiid Was the proud grower o'F-'a? cabbage which weighed 14 pounds and measured 44 inches around. Tomato ' Clarence Busching, Shell Rock, grew a tomato plant to a height olf 12 ft. 4 in. this season. Of the 120 tomatoes it bore, many were of more than extra large size.' Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Yezek celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on October 1. The Yezeys live in Manly^_ ^ ^ ' Card of Tbaiks CARD OF THANKS—I wish to thank my relatives and friends for cards, letters, gifts and visits while I was in St. Marys hospital, and for visits and many acts of kindness shown me since I am home. God Bless you all. Mrs. Frank :6Mft L Mtirf*M tftd Mfi Lit* ry went to Omaha, Neb. Sat- Uftfoy to *e* the former's rather Paul Hudson of Fetit- Oft who is critically ill and in « nursing, home there. Ufa Wife is staying in Omaha to te near him and stays with the daughter,, 'Mrs. Afvilla ;Voierttt!te. ' ' Mr, and Mra, Oran Hudton Were Visited by the former's cousin Russell Jones and wife of Flint, Mich, who were etir route to,points in Colorado'. Or, M.'O. Bourn* att*nd*d t medical meeting at Omaha, Neb. a few days this week. Mr. and Mra. K*nn*th Har- .iris spent the .weekend at their cottage ait Lost Island, They 'have made considerable im- provaments on it wWch'mak- es it available in colder Weather 'V«. •. •• Mr. and Mrs. Fr*d ^nri't* ensen accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crane of Dickens have returned from a Visit with Ed Henderson at Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and Mra. H*rb rtodlund are being visited »this week by the latter's mother, Mrs. Neva Munger of Spencer. Mr. and Mra. John W. Halmers are expecting their son Gerald and his wi|()e tyom Amarillo, Texas in early November. He is in service/and 'has not been home in five montlns. His leave is for nineteen days. Mr. and Mrs. 6*n* H*im*r had as guests Friday the latter^s mother, Mrs. Lee Martin and Mrs. John Fletcher of Clarion. Mrs. Freda Stauuay has returned from a two weeks visit ait Walker with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs. Ted Peon. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilton 'have gone to Hawaii to join 'their son John Jr. who has served as a lieutenant in service in Viet Nam, but is now a civilian. He plans to enter college to work on his Masters degree. .The Wilsons also are visiting with friends there. Mrs. Myra Ottrum was visited Sunday by her son Ed and wife of Sherburn, Minn. They own a resort there on Fox Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jaworski have moved into the Myrtle Turnibaugh home on Sample street. Mr. Jaworski is employed at the Wiltgen • i^*_' '*j • i - ; *_' j ? -: .'-'./ :*;'.•' ... Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGihnit visited the Jim Arends' at Shenandoah last weekend. The Arends are former Algon- ans. He is manager of the Thermogas plant in Shenandoah. Mra. Bernard Bod* cam* Tuesday from Hackensack, Minn., for the funeral of Mrs. Marie Peterson, Emmetsburg. She spent several days with her parents, the Jess Lashbrooks. The Bode's sons David and Larry are both in the navy. David is presently on a Mediterranian cruise and Larry has left Hawaii for 18 months in the Philippines. There are two girls at home, Carol and Kristi. Th* Jim Chalstroms hav* returned from four days in Des Moines, Osceola, and Madison county. While in DesMpines on business they also visited Harry Greenberg in Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Jim Andersen, Mrs. Jim Andreasen, Mrs. Daniel Bray, and Mrs.-V. L. Gunder attended the leadership train- Winter Tires VVIiili-w.il hw.ilh. liilii'lfs-, ill Him ANY SIZE LISTED ed the world go by! At Pisa we saw the Leaning to visit with the son Charles. Mr. tntt Mrs. Jfftn Durhm You get th* fimt famous winter-traction tread delta that qomei on our new •'Suburbanite" winter iir«. Ihg day for the iUt* Lwgue of Women Voters in t>w Moi- last week i A I , 3 * IEGAL NOTICES m f HI StttlMeT COURT Or. TNI IfATI OrWWA.IM ANft "" IN f Ml MAt Of TNI UTATI Of MARY PRIT2 Ottiawd. NOTrCt OI-MIOMTlowilt, W APfOIMTMtNT Of IXICUTOR, AND NOTKI TO CRIDITORI TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE Of >rt ARY FRITZ Deceased: •"'.-.• '.'•• • ' \ -• You dre hereby notified thot or> the 23rd day Of Ocfobef, 1947, tttt lost will ond 'tftffament "of ' Mary t fit* deceased bearing dote of the 3 tit day of March, 1765, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that William Frltt and Herman Fritz .were appointed e*ecutor»>'bf said estate. • Notice Is further' given that any action to set. aside sold will mult be brought In the district court of, said county within one year from .the dote of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is /further ' gIVen that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to moke immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditor! having claims against said estate • shall file them with the. cleric of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless" otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. •-.•'••'"• Dated this 23rd day of. October, 1967. Herman Fritz, Woden, Iowa William Fritz, Wesley, Iowa EiecHter(i) ef MM Matt ' Lihnon, Lynch & Stroub Attwiwy(i) for Mid liecirter Algona, Iowa '•..:•:-.. AMrest • • • ". : ••,. . Deti ef secend MMc«H«n 2rd day of November. 1967.', •• •' Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, .Algona, 'Iowa, Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, 1967 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA IN RI ASSIGNMENT OF QUALITY MANUFACTURING COM» • •'•••/... '.-.-AN IOWA CORPORATION, FOR the •INIFIT OF CREDITORS. LAW NO. 1910S NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO THE CREDITORS Of QUALITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AN IOWA CORPORATION, in Bancroft, Iowa. ••....• . You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 20th day of October, 1967, Quality Manufacturing Company, an Iowa corporation, with princ^ole husinescj ostabiisttnent ; at Bancroft, Iowa; made an assignment of all of its property to the undersigned, Eldon J. Winkel, as assignee for the benefit of its creditors in proportion to the amount of their respective claims, which assignment was duly recorded on the 20th day of October, 1967, in the records of the County Recorder, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa,' and also filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 23rd day of October, 1967, as provided by law, You are hereby notified that the low requires .you .as such creditor to tile your claim .-against said Quality Manufacturing Company in the office of the Clerk of the District Court at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and *°H . e ,!°i m m , u>t ** mode under °o th and filed with said Clerk within three (3) months after the first publication of this notice. . £?\* oi ,£F ""'Publication is October 26/.l967.u« . ..,i.... Eldon J. Winkel ' ' Eldon J. Winkel, Assignee 101 N. Hall Street Algono, Iowa SOS 11 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, ' Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 1967 ' LAY-AWAY CHRISTMAS EXCITEMENT AT DEAN'S Shop early while our exciting selection of famous Hami" tons is complete. Hamilton offers styles and features for every taste, prices for «very budget. From only 145.00. A. TiHBV, textgred oval $59.95 B. CUUOU, bold elegance $69.50 C. BOATSWAIN III, faceted crystal, weatherproof |69.5Q *with s DEAN'S W.tth

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