Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
Page 6
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N STEM 4— A (fiwf) Adv*ne« •Y JULIAN CHRISCHILLIS "Ma tarri to tote • W^^^P I^^N^^W^MP By VMW THE NEWEST PROFESSIONAL sports team to come into the area is the Minnesota North Stars, members of the National Hockey League. The team has started its first year in the league, the top hockey league in the world. --This is one of the most exciting sports in the world and fans will be able to see the famous hockey stars from teams like the Chicago • Black Hawks, Montreal Canadians, Toronto Maple Leafs and others in the* Twin Cities. The North Stars will play tneir home matches in the new Metropolitan Sports Center, which was constructed adjacent to Metropolitan Stadium. It will seat 14,400 fans for the North Star hockey matches and Minnesota Muskie professional basketball games. To those of you who might be interested ,here are (he home matches for the North Stars this winter: Oct. 28, Chicago; Nov. 1, Pittsburgh; Nov. 4, Los Angeles; Nov. 8, St. Louis; Nov. 11, Toronto; Nov. 15, Montreal; Nov. 18, Philadelphia; Nov. 25, Chicago; Dec. 6, Toronto; Dec. 9, Pittsburgh; Dec. 13, Los Angeles; Dec. 25, St. Louis; Dec. 30, Boston; Jan. 3, Los Angeles; Jan. 10, Philadelphia; Jan. 13, California; Jan. 18, Philadelphia. Jan. 21, Pittsburgh; Jan. 27, California; Jan. 28, Detroit; Jan. 31, Los Angeles; Feb. 4, California; Feb. 11, Philadelphia; Feb. 15, New York; Feb. 17, St. Louis; Feb. 21, Boston; Feb. 25, California; March 2, Montreal; March 7, Pittsburgh; March 9, New York; March 13, Philadelphia; March 16, Los Angeles; March 17, Detroit; March 23, Pittsburgh; March 31, St. Louis. * * * THIS YEAR'S IDPA (Iowa Daily Press Association) All-State football team will be selected jointly by that group and the Football Coaches Association . . . the latter group formerly worked with the DCS Moines Register in selecting the top stars but this year, they've cast their lot with the IDPA. Each of the 44 honored players, their coaches and parents will be invited to the banquet honoring the players. ROGER LARSON, of Bode, is a reserve end on the 1967 Augustana (Rock Island, 111.) college football team this fall. He is a junior in Business Administration there. Larson graduated from Twin Rivers high school in 1965 where he lettered in football and track. He also won two letters in football at Waldorf college in Forest City. IN ITS FIRST five games this season, Algona high school's football team was penalized 18 times for 190 yards ... in the Eagle Grove game alone last week, the Bulldogs were penalized 14 times for 156 yards! Frank Frinnnl, 87, of Wesley, dies Friday WnUy — Funeral services were held for Frank Frimml, 87, in St. Joseph's Catholic church Friday morning, October 20 at 10 o'clock. Rev. R. W. Phillips officiated at the Requiem Mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's ccmetry with the Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona in charge of arrangements. Mr, Frimml was born February 25, 1880 to Joseph and Amy Grossman Frimml at Red Oak. He was a retired farmer and had never married, He is survived by three sisters: Minnie and Nell Frimml and Lucy Brabec. He was preceded in death by his parents and by one brother, Will, wh-j died in May 1955. Pallbearers were George Ricke, Joe Goetz, Edward Eisonbacher, Harold Weber, Clarence Seimer and Don Ha nig. WIZARDS ELECT The Wesley Wizards 4-11 club met Oct. 14 at the home of Virginia and Mary Muohc. Roll call was answered by 15 members. We elicited officers for the club. They are Shirley Becker, president; Cheryl Cunningham, vice; Verdelle Janes, sec.; Bonnie Becker, treas.; Mary Muehe, 'historian; Bessie Skow, reporter; Donna Larson, music and recreation; Kim Martinek, photographer. Wendy Lickteig and Shirley Becker. gave talks. Lunch served by Mrs. Muehe, Virginia & Mary. New members are wanted. Anyone 10 years or. over may join the club. Contact Mrs. Wilfred Becker, Mrs. George Lickteig or Mrs. Arvin Larson. Maria Cink is reporter. PAUL SEILER, one of Algona's contributions to the professional.football world, was home last weekend while his New York Jets team was demolishing Miami's Dolphans on TV ... Paul sustained a pulled muscle against the same Miami team at New York two weeks ago and it will be another two weeks before he sees action again ... he drove to Aleona ^ .. i . o, u ,,_ from New York non-stop, 20 hours, with another youth to and Michael Sohlrauth ' son of see his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Seller. He day to Monday. ATTEND WEDDING The Clarence Golwitzers, George Licktedgs and Ben Schrauths attended the wed- diinig of M'ris. Golwilzer's sister Darlsne Weydart, daughter of the MaUt Weyderts, Algonia, 10:30 a.m. in 'Saturday •'Cecelia's " 'Catholic church.'" Paul is extremely happy with the way things have They attended thn reception worked out for him since joining the Jets . . . he is backup dinner in the Vets Memorial man for both offensive tackles, which is unusual since most times you play just one position and one side of the line. Paul is also on all kickoff and punting teams and has seen considerable action . . . "We've seen him on TV a number of times " reports his mother. Although Paul's limited duty might not seem like much, remember he is a rookie and such fine players as Dick Anderson of Green Bay, Dick Butkus of Chicago and others played virtually no football during their first year as a pro iha!H in Algona. They also at- itended the rehearsal party Friday evening in the Bernard Weydert home in Algona. The new bride is a nurse's aid in St. Ann hospital, aind the groom is employed at Weidenhoffs near Algona. HOUSE WARMING ir if if Mrs. George Goetz was hon- />ii-w.c m Orec ' recently at a surprise i, ir , CITY * Tom Elliott is making quite a name for ihousewarming party. The 12 himself up at Estherville Junior College . . . against the power- women played 500. Mrs. Just- ful and unbeaten Iowa Central team of Fort Dodge, Elliott me 'Becker and Mrs. scored all three Estherville touchdowns in a 55-21 loss. He caught touchdown passes of 85 and 62 yards and then ran back a punt for 65 yards and a touchdown a short time later. HIMWMMlmHHUHIIIMMmlMlmlll "'" "'""'""IM'M'MmtmmMtmimrillltlllllllllUIIIMIItllllltlHItllMtlllllMMIHIIIIII Burt Mrs. Gcorg* Hawc*>tt Fortnightly club will meet Oct. 27 at Jennie Whalen's, Titonkai. Guests Saturday at W. W Boettoher's were the W. D. Boet tchers, Ankeny, and the Howard Geesmans and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton. The W. W. Boettchers were Sunday guests at W. L. Reynold's, Swea City. The Jack McMullens, Northwood, spent the weekend with Burt relatives. Sunday dinner guests at Wayne Keith's included the G. 11. MoMulleins and the Jack Mc- MuMens. The F. C. Soderbergs were guests Saturday at Russell Roba's in Elmore for their oldest daughter, Mrs. James Pivec, Savage, Minn. Sunday they were guests of Mrs. Louis Griffin at Klemme, and in the afternoon they called on Mrs. Clarence Arnold at the Prairie View Apartments, Garner. Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Arnold are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Abbas, Cross-lake. Minn., came Friday 'to visit relatives and Mends until Tuesday. They 'ailso painted their house. Most of the time they w^re guests at the parental, Walter Steward's. Also weekend guests were the Ray Millers, Es-therville, Roger Stewards, Madrid. Callers were the Ed Abbas family, Forest City, and Make Schmidts, Heron, Soujth Dakota. The CMUford Abbas, Crosslake, Minn., were guests Monday evening at Wallace Hawoott's. Burnadine Opheim, Dawn and John, were weekend guests in Sexton, at Nell Oph aim's. George Becker, Stephen Becker, Floyd Sill, Rodney SOI and 2 Bancroft friends spent Friday to Sundlay at North Breeze Resort, Atwater, Minn, on a fishing trip. Clara Reynolds spent several days in Fairmont, at her sister, the Herman Bussies. Tuesday she went to Minneapolis for a visit with the Dennis Hammerstroms. Wednesday she went to the George Ackert's where she visited until the weekend. Carl Reynolds also spent the weekend in 'Minneapolis and Mrs. Ackert returned home with •them Sunday for a visit here. Lutheran Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet on the first Tuesday in the month instead of (he first Thursday. Patrficia Zwiefel, Junior student at State Teachers College, Wayne, Nebr., came home Friday and returned Sunday after a short visit at home. Supt. Haven of Burt school, will attend a superintendent's meeting in Des Moines Nov. 1. The Junior Class will attend Career Day Thursday in Titonka. The Ward MoWhorters, Rogers, Ark., were supper guests Thursday at F. L. Ryerson's. They had spent the last week visiting relatives and friends in this area. The Ferm Sewicks were guests Sunday of Mrs. Art Bride of Algona man Anita Musser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Musser, of Mason City, and Gary McVay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis McVay, Algona, were married at the Wayside Chapel of the First Methodist church, Mason City, Thursday evening, Oct. 19. The Rev. Leroy Bauman officiated. Mrs. Stephen Hemmingstad was matron of honor and Louis Gilster was the best man. A reception followed in the Fireside room. After a trip through Iowa and Wisconsin the couple will live at 318 6th NW, Mason City. The bride is a graduate of Mason City high school and is employed by A. C. Nielsen Co. The bridegroom was graduated from the Algona high school and served in the navy. He is a sophomore at North Iowa Area Community College and is employed by the Mercy hospital. lllllllMlmlMIMHIIIIIMIIItMIMIIIHIIIHIIMIfMMIIIIlmHMIHHIMHMIHIIMHMMHIIIlnllMlltMMIMHMHmHKIMMIMMIIIIIIIIIIMUIIMHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII paniied them to Dubuque and willil visit her sister-in4aw, Sislter Clara Becker at Cascade. Mrs. Becker 'had 'been assisting with the work at the Alvin Becker home, as the latter's wife had' a sprained leg ligament in a fall firom a ladder ait their rural home. Helen Lickteig, Cedar Rapids, and/her fiance, Don Paulson, Mason. City, spent tine weekend at her parental, Albert Lickteig's. The Jack Lickteigs, Debbie and Ronnie spent several days over the' Oct. 22 weekend in Davenport with their daughter and sister, the Bob Rickss. The Lickteigs stopped alt Cedar Falls for their daughter Becky, 1 who attends college there and she accompanied them to Davenport. The Harold Hoveys and Henry Joneses, the latter from Rolfe, visited the Larry Teachouts at Sexton Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Kunz had her contract bridge club Thursday evening at Al's Lounge, Mrs. Bernice Vitzthurn was a guest. .,.. .. /. j . : , : ; The Gaylon Vitzthums and daughter, Stewart, attended the Frank Frimml funeral Friday mofrtrtg in St. Joseph's Catholic church. They sptfnt the weekend visiting relatives and friends terfc they ar« former Wesley area fesideftte. Mrs. Russell Anderson, Escondido, Calif, > left Sunday for Mason City, Where idle was an overnight guest of the Leo Bohns and left Monday for her home. She had spent three weeks at her. parentaJ, Fred Bonn's. Mrs. Bonn, Mrs. Anderson and the LeRoy Ridkes attended Ihe Sylvia Downs and Arthur Baker wedding at Mason City October 14. Mrs. Bohn and her guest visited Mrs. Lucy Sdi* leusner at the Rest Home in Forest City and friends in St. Croix Falls, Wis. They also spent a week with Mrs. Anderson's daughter, the Robert Rogallas, St. Paul, Minn. J. L Millers, i Burl, observe 50th wedding Bort — There were 60 registered Oct. 22 at the open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the J. L. Miller home for their Golden Wedding sponsored by their two sons Clarke and Lawrence and their families. Mrs. C. E. Miller and Mrs. Owen Hopkins poured. The Lawrence Millers called from Tokyo, Japan, and Michelle Miller came from Northfield, Minn., for the occasion. Guests attended from Havelock, Algona, Fredricksburg, Spencer, Forest City, Laurens, Bancroft, Lone Rock, Rolfe, Titonka, Arnolds Park, Palmer, Boone, Royal, Estherville, Burt and Northfield, Minn. Beth Clarke and Luther Miller were married in Havelock Oct. 23, 1917. They lived in Havelock until 1934 when they moved to Titonka. In 1942 they moved to Burt, and he retired as manager of Burt Co-op elevator recently. HEAR MISSIONARY Those who attended the Missionary meeting Friday >at Burlt Methodist church enjoyed the pictures and the talk by Marian Warner who had been a Missionary in India for 35 years. When she 'left there she was vice principal of Hawabagh Women's College; in> Jahailptu*,- 'Jfl,'*iP. India..'.Beth Davies, = Sharta & Rochelle Sarchet modeled the Sari gowns worn in India. ftUVlNO *f StUINOt MUMIt MOMMf §- . PANM LOAN! AVAILAil.1 If you want either one, call ARNlE R1CKLEFS of «M CEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. Miss Warner displayed fn*Ay art objects of carved ivory, inlaid 'Wood, brass objects, and hand blocked silk and the Indian Bible. Lorraine Campney had meditation and also introduced Marian Warn" ef. HAVE COOK OUT Alter dinner Friday the Cadets and guests, 11 girls, 8 boys and 3 adults, Dorothy Becker, Ruth Patterson and Ruth Long, went to the Wayne Keith's timber for a cook out. Shirley Habeger and Mar* garet Batt were also drivers. At 4 p.m. Wayne Keith and Claude Seeley gave talks on Indian History*! The Cadets earned points toward their .cook out badges and on their challenge of social responsibilities. They built their wood fire in the creek bed and roasted their supper over the fire. It was hamburgers and vegetable in aluminum foil, also a peach dessert in foil. 'Michelle Miller, daughter of Lawrence Millers in Tokyo, Japan, and a student at St. Olaf College iln Northfield, Minn., came Saturday to altttend the 50th anniversary and returned Sunday by bus from Mason City. The Rev. Edwin BSahopp have a 6 lb., 10 oz. son, Joel Ronald, born at St. Ann hospital! Oct. 21. They have a 2 year old son, Paul Alan. Grandparents are the Hyman Firehammers, St . Joseph, Mich., and Carroll Bishops, Benton Harbor, Mich. Great grandparents are Mrs. Nuechc terlein, St. Joseph, Mich., and Mrs. Marie Bergstrom, Benton Harbor, Mich. WSOS will meet Nov. 1 at Burt Methodist church. Hostesses are Gladys Hawcott, 'Mary Sarchet, Alice Cole, Irma Doege, Hazel Teeter, Esther Schrader. The program, Africans Seek a New Identity is by Elsie Winter arid Phyllis Wiener. The F. L. Ryersons and Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier and Neoma attended a demonstration and lecture by Mrs. Bobbi Ether, florist of Waverly, sponsored by the Estherville Waitanye club. She demon- stilted symbolism of color and flowers' for, the church year, ' Vl Advent/' Chirtstmas, Epiphany, Easter, Pentecost, Trinity, Tranquil Summer, and Harvest. OinlMTtMkt *•** CAM) 6r THANKS -. We Wish to thank friends and relatives for the many acts of kindness during our recent bereavement. The Family of John L. Gerber. 24W83 CARD Of THANKS — Our recent sad loss leaves us with deep appreciation towards relatives, friends and neighbors. Your expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always be remembered. May God Bless each and everyone of you. The Family of Frank Frimm). 39w83 CARD OF THANKS — Many thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbors for the; many kindnesses shown us in; making our 50th anniversary; such a happy occasion. Mr.; and Mrs. J. M. Elniore. i 83*; CARD OF THANKS— We; wish to thank our relatives, friends, neighbors and Rev. P"-u1 Hansen for their many acts of kindness during Clarence's stay at the hospital and expressions of sympathy shown us following the death of our husband and father Clarence Christensen, also for the beautiful flowers and food that was given to us. We also want to thank the friends and neighbors who plowed for us. Mrs. Gladys Christensen and David; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Christensen and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Christensen and family. 83* THANK YOU — A sincere thank you to all our friends and relatives who were so kind and thoughtful before and at the time of the death of our dear mother. Special thanks to Rev. Cleo Kautsch for his comforting words of scripture. The children of Dora Faulstick. 46w83 CARD OF THANKS — We wish to extend our most sincere thanks to friends and relatives for the flowers, food and other acts of sympathy and kindness, during the illness and following death of our loved one. The-Frederick Schultz family. 83* Tape it Lura Sewick, Forest CWy, had attended the ISEA Convention in Des Moines and Rita Ricke won high score prizes. The Goetos moved several weeks ago from their farm into the house they purchased from the Vic Loebig estate. The self-invited guests served lunch and presented a gift to Mrs. Goetz. COME FOR WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Al (Rita) Goranson and two children of Bartflesville, Okla, came Saturday to visit his parents, the Darley Goransons at Rake and her father Vine Eisen- 'bacher till Sunday. Saturday they will attend the wedding of her sister, Jane Eisenbacher and Terry Krout in St. Joseph's Catholic church. WILL BE MARRIED Jane Eisenbacher, daughter of Vine Eisenbacher, and Terry Krout, son of the Oletll Krouts, Cherokee, Kans., will be married at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, October 28 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. 'Mrs. Helen Youngwirth was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City for medical care. The H. Hemmingsens were weekend guests of his brother, Ernest Hemmingsen. There were no classes in tinei Coirwilth-Wesley school Friday as the members of the faculty attended a meeting in Des Moines. The new public library will have an Open House Saturday, November 4. A group of CDA officers were guests of the Algona Court Monday evening. 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