Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1967
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86 farmers enrolled in Night School Eighty-six area farmers enrolled at the first meeting of the Farmers Evening School Monday night, Dec. 11, according to George W. Sefrit, Vocational Agriculture Instructor in the Algona Community Schools. The following is a list of the members enrolled: Algona — Nick Arndorfer, Walter Barr, Bill Becker, G. L. Benschoter, Hugh Black, Floyd T. Bode, Oliver Carlson, Charles Dearchs, Robert Deal, Dean Dodds, Ray Dorweiler, Phil Eischen, Jerome Eisenbarth, Peter Erpelding, Bob Gerber, Lloyd Gerber, Ron Gerber, Ervin Handel, J. F. Hofius, Donald Hum, James Klemm, Joe T. King, Roger Keith, Cecil Long, Richard Mawdsley, Otto Schipull, Rod Schuffham, Lowell Smith, Alan Walker, Merlin E. Walker, Murl D. Walker, Russell Walker, Vern Walker, Dick Wardell. Burt — Robert Angus, Frank H. Becker, Harold Becker, Ralph Carlson, Duane Habeger, A. A. Hildman, Ray S. McWhorter, Melvin Rieken, Boyd Shipler, Kenneth Trenary, Leroy Thilges, Thomas E. Ulses, John B. Wilson. Bode — Francis Bormann. Bancroft — Phil Heldorfer. Corwith — George Guenther, Warren Ludwig, Marvin Meyer, Robert Sloan. Fenton — Paul Bernhard. Irvington — John F. Weber. Lone Rock — Frank Dreyer, Ralph Hammerstrom, Duane Lieb, Edwin H. Luedtke, John Person. LuVerne — Robert Altman, Luther Kinne, LeRoy Weber. Livermore — Nicholas A. Berte, Richard N. Kohthaas. Ringsted — Hans Duer. Sexton — Glenn Gabrielson. Wesley — Joseph A. Skow. West Bend — Ronald Frideres, Wayne Smith, Glenn Struecker. Whittemore — Richard Arend, Charles Bjustrom, Francis Bjustrom, Joseph Besch, Harold Feye, Joe Kollasch, Paul Kollasch, John Mosbach, Melvin Pompe, John Simpson, Richard Schmidt, H. W. Schultz, L. A. Schultz, Alvin Rig- y gert, Wendell Rusch. ,.-,.. £ The next, meeting frill be ••'« Monday evening, Dec. ''18, at 8 p.m. in the High School Annex. Subject — 2nd .jneeting on "Swine Production Problems." Members are welcome to enroll at any meeting during the series. 15 to begin in head start on Wednesday The Algona VFW voted last Wednesday to donate use of the upstairs hall to the Kossuth head start program. The head start class will begin on Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. Enrolled are \5 low income pre-school children. All of these youngsters are from the south half of Kossuth. There is another class of 15 children operating in the Bancroft public school, serving the north half of Kossuth. iMrs. Lawrence Besch, Whittemore, is the teacher for the Algona project. The Algona public school is cooperating with the project. The local school authorities have donated chairs and also assisted in the planning. The children will be picked up at their home so they will be at the V. F. W. building by 9 a.m. They will be returned to their homes at 1 p.m. Breakfast and a warm noon meal will be served. Included in the head start program are medical and dental services, speech and hearing therapy, psychological services, and nursing services. These children living in poverty are subject to serious risks to their welfare, education, and health. They often show learning and adjustment difficulties as they approach school age. Hold Comminol services Monday for stillborn baby Committal services were held JVJonday afternoon ait 3 o'clock for the stillborn son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nemmers of Bancroft. Msgr. Zeno Raising, pastor, officiated at the blessing in Sit. John's Catholic Church and j&urial in the,- church cemetery. The bady ; was delivered by fsacsarean section Saturday |)jec, 9 at Park Hospital in M«City. Services for ". L (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, DEC. 14,1947 Engaged Seneca — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johanneson, Bancroft, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol, to Joseph W. Goyena, Brooklyn, New York. She is employed as an executive secretary at Brookdale Hospital Center, Brooklyn. He is a representative salesman for the Mayflower >Moving and Storage. A Feb. 24 wedding is being planned. 17 yr. old youth caught in wild chase Saturday A 17 year old.JScranton, la. boy, Gene Ronald v King, was apprehended Saturday -evening after a wild chase from; Algona to southern Minneso- ' ta by Jim Voigt of the Algona police department arid the local ambulance driven by Bob Wells and Glen Rike. .,,: L King had driven.jintajtru-j;, Heifer's v Ciinoco stat : if3iM |Jnf, i Eas^ Stated street td^gltfglsl' and drove off after $5.11 worth had been put into the stolen pickup he was driving and he drove off without paying. The local police were notified and Jim Voigt started the search, going south, as that is the way the pickup headed. The Algona ambulance was returning to Algona from Mason City and about five miles east on highway 18, received word by radio to be on the lookout for the pickup. At the intersection of Main and Commercial streets they saw it and turned around to take after the vehicle. Voigt was notified also and he too got in on the chase. The highway patrol and the Britt police had set up a roadblock attempting to stop the youth. A collision occurred between the pickup and the Algona police car near the intersection but the chase continued north, across highway 9 and north into Minnesota where a patrol car struck the pickup and pushed it into a ditch. The pickup came out of the ditch and the Algona police car hit it again. .King hit the police car three times before the patrol car struck the pickup from the rear and boxed it between the two official cars. King was taken to Blue Earth and was jailed until Tuesday when Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst brought him to Algona where he was charged on four counts and sentenced to 30 days in jail on each, with the sentence to run concurrent. Charges were reckless driving, speeding, failure to stop for a peace officer, and larceny of gas. He was taken to Humboldt to be. jailed. Damages of $800 were sustained by the local police car and an estimated $600 to the pickup. The ambulance ran out of gas before the chase was over. Junior High cage (MM win The Algona Junior High basketball teams won a pair of games at Britt Tuesday afternoon. The unbeaten 7th graders took their third straight win, 25-18 in the opener and the 8th grade won their first game in three starts 31-26 in the nightcap. MEET IN CALIFORNIA Jo Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Milder and Inez, daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. H. M. Knecht, recently met in California. They were classmates and have chosen widely different careers. Inez is hostess for Delta air lines out of Washington, D. C. and Jo Ellen lives at Long Beach and is associated* with the American Cancer Association in Los Angeles. The air lines company recently gave the employees a trip to the west coast. Having a few days in Los Angeles, Inez was able to contact Jo Ellen and they met in Hollywood for lunch. Jo Ellen has some books here she would like very much to have but the price for transportation would be almost prohibitive. If anyone contemplates a trip to California, Mrs. Milder would like to contact them with the possibili- ity of sending the books. WSCS MEETINGS Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, December 14 as follows: May at 1:30 with Mrs. C. R. Schoby. June at 1:45 with Mrs. Sam Shipler. Sept at 12:30 with Mrs. Bertha Spear. Oct. at 1:30 with Mrs. Perry Collins. Nov. at 1:30 with Mrs. Cecil Will. Dec. at 1:30 with Mrs. William Noland. Feb. at 1:45 with Mrs. Vic Parsons. March at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Andrew Cubit. April at 1:30 with Mrs. Don Nelson. 6th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Galen DeValois gave a party Saturday afternoon honoring the sixth birthday of her daughter Linda. Guests were Gary Smith, Julie Cagwin, Laura Olson, Susan Frazee, Kevin McClure, Judy Nielsen, Marcie Meyer, Terry Telecky, Vanice Grandganett, and the honoree's sister Debbie. Kim Kleingartner was unable to be present. Games were played and refreshments served. ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding are home from Phoenix, Ariz. where they spent a month and had gone to attend the wed-, j djh'g^Nqvember 2 of their ' , ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding. The bridegroom is Steve Johnson, of Spokane, Wash. The bride is an airline hostess on a line out of Los Angeles, Calif. CAROLING PARTY The Mariners club of the United Presbyterian church, the UPYF members and Sanctuary Choir members meet December 21 at 6:15 p.m. There will be a family caroling to shut-ins. Al and Eldora Agena and William and Maxine Marshall are in charge. Mariners are asked to bring two dozen Christmas cookies or bars. CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the Presbyterian church are meeting Thursday, December 21. A with Mrs. Frank Ostrum. B with Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. C with Mrs. Oran Hudson, date undecided. D in Fireside room. Hostess Mrs. Don Hungate. All are Christmas parties. The Ruth Circle meets Dec. 12 for a Christmas party. BIRTHDAY CLUB A birthday club composed of Mesdames C. R. Schoby, John Cash, Ray Potter, Florence Bjustrom, Anton Didriksen, Lloyd Muckey, John McGuire, and Don Nelson meets Friday, December 15 at the Johnson House for a 12:30 luncheon and Christmas gift exchange. CANASTA CLUB PARTY Mrs. Russell Cook entertained her Canasta club members at a Christmas party Monday afternoon. There was an exchange of gifts. Guests were Mrs. Emma Pittman, Mrs. Charles LaBarre, Mrs. John McGuire, Mrs. Lyle Mathes, and Mrs. Don Nelson. DINNER PARTY Sue Anderson, Mildred Hernon, Dorothy Muckey and Deloris Hopkins entertained the other members of their bridge club, Fern Specht, Helen Ferris, Ruby Macumber and Hazel Dermand at dinner Monday evening at Charlie's. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. DEALERS PARTY Mrs. Elaine Kinseth is entertaining with other dealers in the vicinity, at 6:45 dinner Thursday at Treloars, Fort Dodge. Preferred hostesses will be the guests, all being associated in the business conducted here by Mrs. Kin- seth. BIRTHDAY COFFEE Mrs. Milton Norton enter-, tained a small group of->woni- en at a coffee Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs. August Slagle, SOROPTOMISTS The Soroptomist club meets Wednesday, December 20. Vera Graham and Clara Shilts have charge of the program. ROYAL NEIGHBORS The Koyal Neighbors had a Christmas party and gift exchange Monday evening at Mrs. Bertha,Spear. IDLE HOUR CLUB Mrs. Edith Buchanan was hostess to the "Idle Hour" bridge club .Wednesday afternoon. Plant officers Christmas party The Weidenhoff supervisors held their annual Christmas party December 9 at the Johnson House with all wives as guests. Members present were Mr. K. T. Peirce, Ed Adams, Bob Hillburg, Miles Sloniker, Harold Penning, Bob Arndorfer, Ted Charles, Leo Carman, Al Discher, Bill Kraft, Bill Funk, Virg Gunder, Darwin Koepke, Harvey Godden, Clete Salz, Bob Ellefson, Larry Johnson and Howard Hentges. All present had an extra reason to celebrate this year. Weidenhoff president, K. T. Peirce, was able to join the party after recovering from his surgery of late October. Mr. and Mrs. Peirce were also celebrating their 39th wedding anniversary that evening. Change in Wesley on Thursday Funeral services for Vergil Lowell Jensen, 56 year old Swea City area farmer, will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at the Baptist church in Swea City with the Rev. H. J. Cranclall officiating. \ Burial will be in the Harrison Township cemetery, the Recce- Henry funeral home in charge. Pallbearers are Glen Olson, Weldon Brandt, Norine Danielsen, Elmer Berg, Francis Torine and Fred Butterfield. Vergil Jensen was born on Nov. 2, 1911 at Seneca, the son of the Otto Jensens. He received his education in the Ewea City schools and was married March 16, 1937 to Gladys Jacobsen at Swea City. They farmed one and one- half miles west of Swea City. Mrs. Jensen died Oct. 22 of this year, and her husband was found dead at their farm Tuesday. One son and two daughters survive. Lowell of Swea City; Aleta, Mrs. A. P. Beier, Sioux Falls; and Marcia, Mrs. David Medema, Rock Rapids. There are five grandchildren. One brother, Maynard Jensen of Lakota, also survives. posloffice . Wesley — The Wesley post- office will be relocated in the building just east of , its pres- 'ent location as soon as lie- modeling is completed. -The present pbstoffice building. hSs been puf€h¥s¥c[^t>y* : iTC s Legion for clubrooms. The new location is owned by fJhije Sam Alnes, Ames. E. L. Sinuji- son, postmaster, also announced the postoffice will be open all day this coming Saturday. •LOCALS Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer will 'tie home this week from War- rensberg, Mo. where she attends college. She will be here for the Christmas season. R. A. BEHNKE DIES Funeral arrangements wer,e pending at the McCullough funeral home Wednesday for Rv" A. Behnke, 82. Mr. Behnke died early Wednesday at his home at 727 North Church street. t FACULTY PARTY The faculty of Garrigan high school will have a Christmas dinner party Friday, 6:30 p.m. at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer recently returned from a three week trip with a group called the Notre Dame Dad's club. Places visited were Greece, Jeruselem, Israel, Spain and Portugal. The number who went this year was less than planned on as conditions in Jeruselem. and 'Israel were such they did not want to take any risks. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and Kent, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Algona, attended the varsity- freshman game at Iowa City Saturday night. Their son, Craig Espe, is one of the starting freshmen. Mrs. Millie K lamp was hostess to her sewing club for their gift exchange Friday, Dec. 1. They had a noon lun- . cheonrat Sid's €afe? '-^XftWsi Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit spent from Thursday , till Sunday at Cedar Rapids with their son Michael and family. Enroute home they also spent a little time with Mrs. Streit's sister, Mrs. M. W. H. Morling of Emmetsburg who is a patient in the Methodist hospital. They were also at the Veterans hospital where H. M. Smith is hospitalized following major surgery and there saw Mrs. M. K. Cullen and Betty Streit who had joined Mrs. Smith. They are from Fort Dodge. Mr. Smith is not allowed visitors except his wife for brief intervals. Betty Streit, of the State Red Cross came to Algona Monday in the interests of her work. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Flaig spent Sunday at Bancroft with the latter's father, Arthur Renger. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Evans have recently been visited by their daughters, Mrs. Vern Houghton of Des Moines and Mrs. Velma Conlon and Joann of Humboldt. '— ^ -*r*rjr m •&*•* OFFER! FOR PICK-UP AND PANEL TRUCK OWNERS Popular Sizes SAME LOW PRICE WORKHORSI TIRl Famous "Sure* Grip" quality for extra traction on any road "13" Blickwill us F«d. . T*« t • SIZE 6.70x15 7.00x13 7.00x14 TYPE tube-type tubeless tubeless FED. EX. TAX $2.83 $2.54 $2.76 t £*tra deep tread for "CO" traction on dry or mow-covered roadi • Triple-tempered nylon cord construction — built to take truck work in stride f Long wearing Tu/syn rubber /or extra nuleggo BUY NOW onturei$yp«yplut fj iftd Mri, Lorirt Jdhn* son and family plan to spend Christmas at filue Earth, Minn, with the former's broth< er-in-iaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Pingry. JMn Sigsb«« eamt Saturday from Sarasota, Fla. for a hoik ers, Mrs. Harold Hobson, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and others. She has been attend' ing Bradenton college. She is a daughtei of the late Esther Pratt Sigsbee and Harlan Sigsbee. Her plans are a little indefinite and she will perhaps remain in Algona. Mrs. Tom Zender, nee Pant* ela Waller of Chicago, has been here visiting her parents and other relatives while her husband was in Europe on a ten day business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley will be guests of the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collins at Rock Rapids Christmas. They will be accompanied by their daughter MargareU Ann who is here from Cleverly, Md. Frank Moulton Sr. went to St. Paul, Minn. Tuesday to attend the funeral services Wednesday for his mother 84 . who had been in a Rest Home at St. Paul, Minn, for some time. Funeral services were held Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McCall will have as Christmas guests the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCall of Garden Grove, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Card of Early. The Walter McCalls Will remain for a rather extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joynt of Emmetsburg last Sunday at dinner. It was a birthday observance for Mr. Joynt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lai- Her and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simpson are going to Des Moines Sunday for a pre- Christmas observance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tracy, parents of the women. Mr. and Mrs. James Telecky and family and the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Burash of Soloiv - plan. to ispehd the| .Christmas; weekend, at Des | Moines with Mr. and , L iMrs.' Frank Koutny, the parents of the women at Cedar Rapids. Katie and Arnie Erpelding became residents at the Good Samaritan Home Monday. Joyce Huenhold, R.N., will be home for the Christmas weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold. She is employed as a nurse in the University hospital at Omaha, Neb. and is head of the pediatrics. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Evans plan .to spend the Christmas weekend at Des Moines with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Houghton. . Mr. and Mr». Richard Sell* neider will have as Christmas weekend guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Schneider of Des Moines. A. M. Quintard is hem* from Rochester, Minn, where he had major surgery a few weeks ago and is recovering nicely. Mrs. Julie Taylor was hostess to her birthday club for their gift exchange after a one o'clock luncheon at Sid's Cafe on Tuesday, Dec. 5. HottC toMftMKAtfdN 6t .. RieMf Ot MDtMtTION tO: JOSEPH J, RAMUS, the person In «f»se ham* real estate described below (s fixed, and. the City of Algono, Iowa, the City In which the fear estate described below is lo-, cafed. , . ,. » yqil Aftl HEREBY MbflFlElb that the. following described real estate sit- uoted In the County of Kossith and State of Iowa, to-wit: -•>• . L °V ' of , 6<oek U " Coll ' s Addition to Algona, Iowa, was sold fofi delin- °J*t!9 59 .at a tax sole on the ,!>fh day of December, A. D. I960 and 6 certificate of purchase/numbered 2570 was Issued by said County Treosurcr to Kossuth XTOunfy, Iowa, and that said KosSuth County IS now the lawful holri. er of said certificate of purchase The fight of redemption will expire and a Treasurer's Deed for the above described real estate will be made un- le ?. s . .redemption from such sale is made within ninety (90) days from the completion of service of this notice; Govern yourself accordingly. «overn .This notice Is given pursuant to Sec- '""V^sf. % ht9 5 a6yc ° fde - of lowa - ,» KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By /S/ Marc Moore ' Marc Moore County .Auditor Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 14, 21 and 28, 1967. SHIFT TO SWEETER DREAMS with Exquisite sunflower lace shapes the neckline and bodice in a nylon shift with sheer, filmy overlay and sheer shoulder straps. • Dairy Auction I .111 S eU ., public .uctta, my Dtty c«Ue ,nd Equipment „„ my farm Ioc . ted , mlles West ^ then 3/4 mile Nor* on oil or 6 miles East and 3/4 mile North of Ceylon on - . MONDAY, DECEMBER 18 *•$*«. -I 50 - Choice Head of Cattle - 50 7 Fresh Dec. llth with 3rd calf, 19 To freshen Dec. 19th with 3rd calf, 20-A-Fresh Nov. 21st. with 2nd calf, 17 Fresh Nov. 7th with 3rd calf. . 3 To frjshen'Dec. 18th with 5th calf, 4 To freshen Dec, 17th with 4th calf, 5 Fresh Oct. 14th with 4th calf, 8 Fresh Aug. 26th with 3rd calf, 9 Fresh Sept. 28th with 5th calf. 10 Fresh Sept. 24th with 3rd calf, 11 Fresh Oct. 9 with 6th calf, 12-A-To fredien Feb. 21 wlth2ndcalf, 13 With 4th calf.. 15 Fresh Sept. 20th. with 3rd calf, 16 To freshen Sept 18th with 3rd call, 18 Fresh Sept. 18th with 4th calf, I5.380M 12.560M 9.820M 12.930M 10.600M 12.160M 2.450M 3.920M 2.340M 3,1 SOM 1.490M 23 Fresh Nov. 2nd. with 5th. calf, 26 Fresh Dec. 10th, with 3rd. calf, 27 Fresh Sept. 8th. with 3rd. calf, 28 Fresh Sept. 20th. with 2nd. calf, 29 Fresh Nov. nth. with 3rd. call, Record Incomplete 30 Fresh" — "-' — - . • .32 i 3150 261D 2790 221D .680 2840 700 2480 8.950M 800 4.830M 68D 3.240M 554 B.F. 521 B.F. 345 B.F. 529 B.F. 416 B.F, 445 B.F. 100 B.F. 13S B.F. 79 B.F, 128 B.F. 75 B.F, 2.170M 385 B.F. 133 B.F. 551 B!F! 62 B.F. 348 C.P. 227 B.F. 142 B.F. 3.6 test 4.1 test 3.5 test (record 1st calf Hfr.) 4.1 test 3.9 test 3.7 test 4.1 test 3.4 test (Bred 11-29) 3.4 test 4.1 test 5 test 3.9 test (record as a 1st calf Hfr.) 3.5 test ' 4.8 test 3.9 test 3.6 test ' reCOrd) 676> ' MD 2(480M 93 B ' F - 3.8 test (Bred 11-29) 34 To freshen Feb. 20th. Record Incomplete 35 Fresh Sept. 26Ui. with 3rd calf. 620 3.580M 31-A-Fresh Apr. 19th. with 2nd calf. 29-A-Fresh Sept. 20ih. with 2nd calf. 279D 8.9SOM 267D 8.220M 255D 7.530M 294 B.F. 3.9 leal 222D 7.990M 311 B.F. 3.9 test 680 2.180M 95 B.F. Ytorliig Sirt Yearling Sire from Dam 2A and Sire H. 141 12 - Bull and Hfr. calves from above Dam and Herd Sire Milk I<«ip. 8 Can Star Milk Cooler AlCWNEEII'NQTf AUCTIONEERS NOTE - All second 'call cows are from James Calkins Bull - Classified Excellent from t 456 cow family. Bull's Dam was Duchess-305 D- 15,540 M - 648 B.F 4.2 test. Bull's Sire H - 141 Classified excellent. Lyie & * TP "?S"!.*S? *'* £*?*' "??* *« - *« » Herd Sire Hakemar Tidy Dean Sire - NetherUnd Tidy Skyhawk 1289574 . Excellent Gold Med.1 Sire - (36 dams ave. 16403 M - 596 B.F.) Dam - M - 0 - W - Reroyal Dawn 5367049 HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE *,<,., CM i «,*, WE BREMER, Owner Stilt Itifc 9 f CtyU. CM

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