Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 10, 1966
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Burt council has busy first meeting of year The town council met Jan. 3 at the Town Hall. Installation of town officers was held. Clerk G. H. McMuUen administered the oath of office to Mayor Nels Nelson and to councilmen Ed Fredrickson and George Becker for 2 year terms and Ray Hoppus and Don Patterson for 4 year terms. J, L. Miller (4 yr. term) had previously been installed. Mayor Nelson installed Clerk McMullen. The council approved the appointment of Mrs. Dean Mcllravy as librarian and Mrs. Blwyn Stenzel as assistant. The library board asked for an increase above the $600 budget to allow wage increases and some improvements. The council recommended the possibility of help from service organizations and adjoining rural townships who share in the patronage of the library, most of them without 3c below the posted price. Mayor Nelson WM directed" to publish a notice requesting the removal of cars from all streets following smew storm* to allow plows to clear street*. Council appointments are Ma* yor pro tern, J. L. Miller; trea* it Lulu Hawcott; marshal, W, H. Steward; street supt, Ralph Johnston; clerk, G. M. McMul* ten; health officer, Dr. R. H> Thompson; attorney, R. G. Btt« chanan. Committees appointed afe health, insurance and fire, Patterson and Fredrickson; bank finance and ordinances, Miller and Hoppus; sanitation and dump, Becker and Patterson; utilities, Hoppus and Becker; streets, walks and crossings, Fredrickson and Miller. NEW QUEEN CROWNED The Senior class sponsored the Winter Wonderland dance at Burt school. Nancy Becker, this year's homecoming queen, crowned the new queen, Loreli Lavrenz, and the kind Brad Cranston. Other candidates were Kathy Lappe, Linda Becker, Sandra Schroder, Tom Lich ter, Max Shipler, Jim Redemske. Linda Fairbanks and Vic AL66NA (low«) ADVANCI^'dy, Cylinder, were guests ttfltll MONDAY; MN;I«, INI rMfcy. Tlie Richard fruhkhitts have ah fi Ib. 7y 2 oz. son David Char- teitt IVftMl D£€i 28 M> MM? Hoi* pita! *t Brttt. They have a ti Anthony, 2. k • The Gordon Giftortls have a 7 Ib. 10 02. son David John born Dec. 28 at the hospital it Estherville. Tliey now have 3 boys and 2 girls. the Floyd Sills were guests New Years Eve at George Bec» ker'S. The Wallace Hawcotts attend ed a postal meeting at Dodge Jan. 3, Fort O.E.S. Past Matrons club will meet Jan. 13 with hostesses Ef ma Pratt and Ruth Alice Patter son. Roll call is New Year's resolution. The program was by Lorraine Campney and Jane Dugan. Mary cost. Appropriations resolution was adopted. This corresponds with the published budget of $76,105 of which $14,190 is to be received from taxes and $58,245 from other sources. The remaining $3,670 in unencumbered cash balance on hand Engaged MR. AND MRS. John A. Wisman, 1619 South Carolina, Mason City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Jean to Ira Wilson Merritt, Jr., ki Koestler had charge of re- son of Mr _ and Mrs. i ra Wilson [Merritt, Omaha. She .was graduated with distinction from Betty Christensen returned to Tulsa, Okla., Thursday. She was home two weeks. Vernal Koestler returned Jan. 1, 1966. The Burt Savings Jane Dugan. bank was designated as the depository for funds of the town up to $50,000. fresh men ts. The Sylvester Arndorfers were guests at Wallace Hawcott's Jan, 4. O.E.S. Past Matrons club will meet Jan. 13 at Erma Pratt's assisted by Ruth Alice Pattei-- son. Roll call is a New Year's resolution. The program is by Lorraine Campney and Mary A report and accounting for the fire department was approved and clerk instructed to bill the several townships for their proportionate share. The council accepted the bid of Hamilton K & H station, of 3.8c below the posted price per gallon for gas used in town vehicles. Other bids were 2.5c and LIBRARIAN RESIGNS Lulu Hawcott, librarian for ttotu- by 'BO" . In good times people look for situations — but they are glad to get a job if the times turn sour. QUESTION: It makes sense to use the services of a professionally trained local insurance agent, just as most of us have one doctor or one dentist to serve us. Is it true that a local agent surveys risks and, in handling all my insurance, can assure adequate coverage with less overlapping and needless expense? ANSWER: Yes. * Folks who say they are going to do better tomorrow would if they started today. * It's surprising — but true — the harder you work the luckier you get. * Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa the past 16 years at the Burt public library, resigned Jianii- ary 1. Before the library was moved to its present location in the town hall, it was located in a building north of the old fire station. The library was started n 1920, sponsored by the^ Burt Woman's club and located in Smith's department store and club members acted as librarians. Ames and teaches junior high school honje economics in Algona. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, national scholastic honorary, and Omicron Nu, national home economics honorary. He has a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineeering from the university of Nebraska, and a master of science degree from Ames, where he is working toward a PhD. in nuclear engineering. He is the recipient of an Atomic Energy Commission fellowship, administered by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and is currently vice-chairman of the Iowa State University student branch of the American Nuclean Society. Mr. Merrit is a member of Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity. A summer wedding is planned. BANQUET DATED The annual U & I banquet will be held at the Ervin Ulses nome with a planned pot luck 6:30 p.m. turkey dinner Jan. tion. 15. The program will be In charge of Rosemary Ulses showing pictures of the World's fair and pictures of Eastern states. ANNUAL BANQUET U & I Circle will have an annual banquet, a planned pot luck turkey dinner, at 6:30 Jan. 15 at the Ervin Ulses home. Rosemary Ulses will have the program and show pictures of the World's fair and a trip to ;he Eastern states. NEW FOREMAN Art Goerndt is the new section foreman here assisted by Walter Rentz. The Goerndts live in Ceylon, Minn., and he stays part time in Algona. LLOYD GROSS DIES Mrs. C. M. Gross attended the west and southwest. Mrs. Beula Batt went to Iowa Sunday to St. Louis, Mo. after a ten day visit at the parental George Koestler's. Bill Hamilton returned Saturday to Fort Worth, Texas where he is a sophomore in college there. The Duane Mawdsleys were juests Sunday in Livermore oi ier sister, the .Alan, Adams for birthdays of 2-year old Virginia Adams and 63-year old Law rence Hauck, Humboldt. The >arents were also guests. O.E.S. will have a pot lucl 6:30 supper Jan. 11 at the Hall before the rgular meeting. The new officers will be installed at a public meeting Jan. 18. The J. P. Stevens, Mrs. Opheim and two children went to Iowa City Jan. 4. Dawn and Johnny "will have tonsillectomies at the hospital. Jane Barslon, Nancy Ackerman, Diane Hoppus, Judy Spry, Douglas Black, Bob Lovstad, Jane Walker, David Walker, Susan Dodds, Becky Fischer and Rev. M. C. Davies attended the MYF mid-winter institute at Lake Okoboji Methodist Camp Dec. 29-31. Jan. 2 at Burt Methodist church was observed as student recognition dav. Students tak- Bode couple hurt in crash at Ft. Dodge Bed* — Mrs. Lucille forger* son, Bode, and the Ernest Jen- sons, Ft, Dodge, former Bode residents, are recovering in Lu* heran hospital, Ft. Dodge, rom injuries in an accident in it. Dodge New Yeats Eve. Mrs. Jenson, most seriously injured, has broken ribs, cut knee, ahd damages to her teeth and mouth. Mrs. Torgerson has several broken ribs, and Mr. Jenson a cut knee and sprained knee. DATE CIRCLE MEETINGS Circle meetings of St. Olaf ALCW for January are Young Matrons, Jan. 19, in church at 2:30; Gleaners, Jan. 19, Fire side room at 2:30, Mrs. Henry C. Olson, Mrs. Oliver Lee, host esses; Alter Guild, Jan. 20, at Mrs. Erling Olson's, 2:30; Mrs Thor Selvig, co-hostess; Rutl Circle, Jan. 20, at Mrs. Basi Brock's; Mary-Martha, Jan. 17 Fireside room, 8 p.m., Mrs Clarence Smith, Mrs. David En gel, hostesses. weekend the so home, high school SISTER IS DEAD The Dr. T. M. Rossings, Bode, and Bill Nunamaker, Livermore, were called to Omaha Christmas day by the serious illness of Mrs. Niell Moore. Mrs. Moore, sister of Mrs. Rossing and Mr. Nunamaker, died Dec. 27, following a stroke. Burial was at Ames. The E. L. Vintons, Green Lake, Wis., also a sis- er, came for the funeral and were visitors at T. M. Rossing's. New Years Brocks visited friends of Mrs. Brock A Siollx Rapids. This high school reunion has been a tradition for ten years. Mrs. Viola Thompson had as uests Tuesday after Christmas he Milo Hermstads, Sioux Ra>ids. Guests New Years day at the 'orkel Aure home were the Feix Gullixons, Vern Faltinsons, nd Don Aures. The Leon Kinseths had the lodhey Lewises of Gibbon, Minn., as guests. Art Monson visited his sis- er, Mrs. Ada Holland, Osage, luring Christmas week. The Olaf Olsons, Melvin Olsons, and Andy Olson, Bode, and the H. M. Olsohs, Humboldt, were New Years guests of their brother, the Rudy OU sons, Gilmore City. Mrs. Edwin Olson, Iowa City, visited Saturday at Olaf Olson's. Mrs. Olson is on the staff at university hospital as technician. Her husband, Ed, is in Viet Nam. Edwin is the son of the Gordon Olsons, Jefferson. The Melbourne Halsruds, Clinton, were visitors during the holidays at his sisters, Cordelia and Marcella Halsrud, and the Carlysle Halsruds. The Melbourne Halsruds, Carlysle Hals rud, Cordelia and Marcella Halsruds also visited their sis ter, the Adelbert Theesfelds Webster City. The TheesfeJ.d son, Ray, Dallas, Texas, was al , foTWeTly-'For J Dodge, has purchased* the norr,& iti B&fe of the late Mr. Kno'/v- les, and is now living in Boc'le. . The Lloyd Stiths, Ankeij'y, JohH Jertsdn, Bode, and F>. r £nk Clapsaddle, of the Retiretr^nt Home in Britt, were gVifcsts Christmas at the Glenn iTen- son's. Mr. Clapsaddle is Mrs. Jensen's father. / The Verhon Alexanders /were at Roy Nygaard's, <!Hum- 5oldt, New Years Eve'. ; ' The Miles Cunninghams, luniboldt, and Dean Peepers, Mverhlofe Were New ) Years juests at the parental CUiarenco OlSorts. In the evening/ they Were aft the Cunninghajn home 'or oyster stew. Guests /Saturday evehing at the Clarenc/3 Olson's were the Maurice Larlotts. Sunday guests were Den/iis Orton, Elaine and Michel, aifid Carol Button, Pocahontas. / of music; Unda Nitehib tod fa 4-H pledge and the ftwdle of allegiance. Maty Ldti Nltcft8!s is reporter. • ", " CHRISTMAS TREI Mr. . ahd Mrs. Lawrence f, Piaia, TVi- ma, have put up th<e . Same Christmas tree ifi theif hoffte of 40 years. The littte ial tree is 32 ttiche% nd folds for 4-H News UNION AL£THEAN Union Aletheawis met at Susan Dodd's Jan.* 3. It was decided that Georgia; Leigh bring hoi flag to each meeting. Leaders handed out record books for 1966. Julie Moiacek and Susan Dodds gaVe tilks, and Lincfa Dodds gave a. demontration Georgia Leigh led recreatioi and Holly Haas-, was in charge It has been decorated by , the OrlglHal trittg of lightis earn THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors —•—.'. RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE — •— Funerals May Be Referred to Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 21007 — 21006 —60404 City by bus Wednesday for a ing part were Gerald Hilton, Jay checkup. Mrs. Florence Bagby | Hoppus, Frances McDonald, Patis also in Iowa City for observa-isy Zwiefel and Patricia Sehwie- .. .' t<k**t TSiir* ctiirlivnto tir£*i*ia ill the funeral of Lloyd Gross, 83, at Grand Meadows, Minn. Jan. 4. He and C. M. Gross are brothers. The Gary Webbs have a son Terry Lynn, born Jan. 5 at the hospital in Britt. They have two older sons Michael and Alan. Mrs. C. L. Webb is the grandmother and Mrs. Jessie Rash is great grandmother. The Ralph Marklas are grandparents and George Markla is great grandfather. Eastern Star will have a 6:3C pot luck supper at the Hall Jan. 11 before the regular chapter meeting. Public installation will be Jan. 18. The Lester Bonnstetters, Arnolds Park, were guests Jan. S of Elsie Lockwood. They had just returned from a trip in Mrs. Clint Henderson, Algona, visited Wednesday at Lottie Isenberger's. Tuesday the Lair- men Hattens, Ringsted, were guests. Thursday Mrs. Ella Sigsbee/was an afternoon caller. Fortnightly club will meet Jan. 14 at Beth Miller's. Floyd Koepke is a patient at Park hospital, Mason City, following surgery Tuesday. Dennis Shipler came New Years Eve for a short visit and will return to Fitzsimmons gen- sral hospital in Denver, Colo. Vern Shipler returned Wed nesday from the hospital in Spirit Lake where he had surgery the week before. J. P. Steven took Mrs. Ophiem and two children to Iowa City Tuesday. Dawn and Johnny had tonsillectomies on Jan. 5 at the hospital. Guests New Years day at Charles Schrader's were the Wm. Hellmans, Bancroft, and Joe Looses, Buffalo Center, and Brian and Donna Zwiefel and Shawn. The Homer Sabins took Douglas Steward to Ames Sunday. He had spent a vacation at the Wayne Mann and Homer Sabin homes. Guests of the Ronald Jurgens Wednesday for a coffee were Mrs. Melvin Salmela and daugh- BAKE SALE PROFIT Legion Auxiliary met Jan. 4. Reports were given of the bake sale and turkey ticket sale Santa Claus Day in Bode. The Auxiliary had a profit of $170. The Midyear Conference will be in Des Moines, Jan. 30-31. Mrs. Kiddi Croker and Mrs. Marie Olson will attend. Two students were ill. Kathryn Manus left Friday by bus for Washington, D.C. She spent the past week at the Gertrude Ackerman home visiting her mother Mrs. Emma Manus Ed Krueger, Roseau, Minn, died last week and the funera was held at 2 p.m. Jan. 3. Mrs. Krueger is the former Bessie Valentine, formerlydofcoBurttny Guests Thursday at Merrill Zwiefels for Mrs. Zwiefel's birthday were the Phillip Sea- burgs, Ames, and Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patsy. Guests Thursday of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel were the Lawrence Zwiefels, Swea City. Patsy Zwiefel returned to Bmmetsburg Sunday to resume junior college after vacation. Frances McDonald returned Sunday to Sioux City to resume tier work at Morningside. The Paul Danas spent Friday and Saturday at Merle Schwietert's. Patricia Schwietert, who spent the holidays at home, re turned to nurses training Monday at Methodist hospital in Des Moines. Geneva and Denise Graham, Swea City, and Julie Graham, Ringsted, were weekend guests of their grandparents, the O. H. Grahams. BY THE ter, and Mrs. Glen Lookinghill and daughter, Renwick; Mrs. C. A. Jurgens, Mrs. James Sabin and son, Ledyard; Mrs. James Christensen and 4 children, Atlantic; Mrs. Jack Lowfe, Mrs. Paul W. Freeman, Mrs. Richard Glidden, Mrs. Kenneth Cody and 3 children, Mrs. Art Cody, all of Cylinder. Valerie Chris tensen, Atlantic, and Becky Co- JOINT BIRTHDAYS John Koenig, 93, Audubon, and two of his 27 great-grandchildren celebrated their birthdays on December 31st. Randy Fiscus 9, his great grandson and Karla Kay Christensen, 4, his great granddaughter of Ames, both had birthdays the last day of the; year and celebrated to gether with other members of the family. The Vernon Alexanders had as guests Sunday the Luther Nygaards, and Geo. Detmer- ings, Wesley. Linda Detmering and Mavis . Nygaard, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Earl Detmering, Pa ola, Kan., the Glen Wigans Thor, and Mrs. Margaret Alex ander, Humboldt. The Walter Bakkens and Mrs Hilda 'Enger, Bode, wer&wNew Years guests at Henry Enger's Mallard. The Dr. Richard Berges, Aurelia, were guests at the paren- ;al Ernest Berge's during the holidays. The Dr. Ralph Aasheims, Colorado Springs, visited their parents in Bode during Christmas week. Esther Opheim visited her brother, the Ed Opheims, Northwood, during the holidays. The Felix Gullixoms had the Allan Olsons and Mrs. Gena Olson as guests at an oyster stew recently. , Guests during the holidays at John Saathoff's were the Duane Saathoffs, Humboldt, Jass family, Alden, the Vestwebers, Goldfield, and the Thatchers, Bode. Mrs. Carl Opheim visited her daughter, the Roger Johnsons, at Palm Grove over New Years. Jens Jenson is a patient at Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. The Denny Andersons re turned Dec. 29 from visiting his parents during Christmas week in Orlando, Fla. They made the 15th trip by plane. Christmas the Basil Brocks had her parents the Hamands Sac City, and brother's family from Alta. Sunday and Monday the Brocks were at his brother the Bob Brocks, Battle Creek with the deepw^ that came to stay Funds placed before the 10th of any month earn from the first. Save now and receive a full six month's return next June 30th. CURRENT RATE OF EARNINGS COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. ALGONA JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Sale Now In Progress Ends Saturday, January 15 All Merchandise Re-marked For SAVINGS "50% AND MORE i^^

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