Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 8
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ona Kouuth THURSDAY, JAN. 27,1966 — A LOON A, IOWA — Services held at Fenton for an ex-resident Fenton — Military services were held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Fenton Methodist church for Clyde George Humphrey, 77, of Des Moines. Rev. Harold Olson, Des Moines, officiated and burial was at St. Paul's cemetery, Ringsted. Mr. Humphrey died Friday at Veterans hospital at Des Moines, Mr. Humphrey was a World War I Veteran. He was born July 24, 1888 at Vinton. He was married to the former Lily Margret Miller. They moved from the Fenton area to Des Moines about 25 years ago, where he was engaged in the building construction business. Survivors include a son, Cindy Bruce Humphrey, Clarinda and a daughter, Mrs. Ferrell Reed, Des Moines. There are five grandsons, Gordon Charles Reed, Brian James Reed, Bruce Allen Reed, George Bradley Reed and James Charles Humphrey. Pallbearers were John Finnestad, W. R. Wolfe, Arnold Hansen, Dale Weisbrod, Harry Barkve, and Dr. John Waite. Honorary pallbearers were Jake Schwartz, J. P. Nelson, Martin Hantelman, Paul Eigler, Clayton Ditsworth, Wilbur Hoidorf, Art Krause, Ed Schlei, and Dr. Ernest Ruske. Former man dies in North Dakota Lyle K. Johnson, 70, died Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, at Deacon- ss hospital, Grand Forks, N. D., ollowing a heart attack that morning. He was born Nov. 15, West Bend girl engaged West Bend — The engagement of Sharon Kay Hanselman s announced by her parents, the Alvin Hanselmans of West Bend. ler fiance, James F. Forney, is the son of the J. F. Forneys, Pi- HONOR ROLL POSTED Sentral high school had the following list of students on the honor roll for the first semester. Straight "A" students were: Senior, Judy Kraft; Juniors, Ervin Root, Janell Newbrough, and Mary Lou Larsen; sophomores, none; freshmen, Linda Ullensvang and David Marlow. Those with a "B" or better average were Seniors, Rennae Votteler, Patricia Ruhnke, Diane Pompe, John Luedtke, Lan- neas Laage, Randa Hansen, Janet Hammerstrom, , Kathryn Ditsworth, Phyllis Cherland, and Janelle Bailey; Juniors, Candace Vaudt, Cheryl Weisbrod, Rich ard Shaw, Gary Rath, Mary Mi enke, Vicki Elmers, and Kath ryn Bierstedt; Sophomores, Teresa Voigt, Robert Krause, Mary Ditsworth and Marlin Berkland and freshmen, Steven Schlei, Paula Wiener and Kennedy. erre, S. D. She is a senior at the university of South Dakota, Ver million, and he is studying for his commercial pilot's license a Battic Aviation, Brookings. A June wedding is planned. many years in the Swe* City area and in Minnesota, later moving to Algona. While here he worked at construction and elevator work. He then moved to Grand Forks and worked for Stanley Houge for 15 years until his health failed. Funeral services were held at Grand Forks Friday afternoon. He is survived by six children, Doyle, Stewartville, Minn., Mrs. Don Biersley, Grand River, la., Mrs. Wayne Elbert, Whittemore, Delford, Alaska, Mrs. PaUl Mea- dowson, Des Moines, and Mrs zel Marso, Minneapolis. Fenlon Old-Timers to play youngsters Fenton — The Town and Country Woman's club is sponsoring a basketball and a volley ball game Thursday evening at 7:«30 at the Sentral gym. The first event will be a basketbal game between Fenton Lady Old Timers and a Sentral Girls Phy sical Education class. The sec o be fun. Referees are Richard 'reston and Eon Jurgens who are donating their time. Lunch will be available in the lunch room. Mrs. Ida Dreyer is staying at Darret Dfeyef's earing -tot 'her grandchildren while the Drey* ers are at a grain dealer* Convention in Des Moines. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Dreyer and her grandchildren were the Duane Dreyers, Humboldt. VIrs. Sophia Wichtendahl spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge where they visited Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl in the hospital there recovering from surgery. Guests of the Ernest Berk- lands Sunday were the Vern jards, Ed Larsons, and Mrs. Daisy Paulson. Sunday guests of the Clarence Berklands were the Robert Huskamps, Morris Mitchells and Albert Mitchells for David Huskamp's sixth birthday. Guests Saturday at Cade's were the Herman Alvin Potratzes, and Michael, Paula and Jeffery Berkland for Judy Gade's birthday. The 500 Birthday club met last Monday at Janice Ramus's, Lone Rock. High went to Donna Kramer and low to Eunice Heine. Judy Radig was a guest. The Tuesday Bridge club met this week with Mrs. Lloyd Berkland at her new home in Emmetsburg. High went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, second to Mrs. Amos Finnestad, and travel to Mrs. Larry Alt. Guests were Mrs. Theresa'Jack Gerhardt, Mrs. Esther Frank, and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. New officers are named for Titonka club Titonka — Titonka Federated club met on Thursday evening Larry {at the Boyken home with Mrs. Gades, j Neal Boylcen and Mrs. Mark ' Benda hostesses. This was the annual pot luck supper fol lowed by election of officers for the 1966-67 year. Elected were Mrs. Karen Boyken, pres., Mrs. Rollie Fox, vice, Mrs. Heiko Boekelman, sec.. Mrs. Cleo Nelson, treas., Mrs Edward Boyken, historian, Mrs, Wm. Amesbury, executive board. Mrs. Cleo Nelson gave a talk on highlights of her trip to Ha waii last summer. OBSERVE 40TH WEDDING A dinner, for the W. R. De Wall's 40th wedding was given at the Cardinal Cafe. Estherville, Sunday by their daughters and son-in-laws, the Ervin Ruhnkes, Melvin Berklands, Dale Voigts, and Mrs. Shirley Zumaoh. Other guests included brothers and sisters of the couple, the Amos Egelands, Clarence Olsons, Wallingford, Clarence Egelands, Geo. DeWalls, Henry DeWalls and Reha Rauhauser. The attendants were Amos Egeland and Mrs. Clarence Olson. It was also Patricia Ruhnke's 18th birthday. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise party was given recently at W. R. DeWall's for their 40th wedding. Guests were the Morris Mitchells, Albert Mitchells, Art Voigts, Oliver Johnsons, Melvin Berklands, Dale Voigts, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and Mrs. Shirley Zumach. Sunday guests of Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn were the Gilbert Bleckwenns. The Bleckwenns and John Wegener left Monday for Medesta, Calif, for an extended visit. Thursday callers at Ernest Berkland's were the Art Codys. The Kenneth Bellingers and New method of soliciting at Fenton started Fenton — A new method of soliciting for the "March of Dimes" is being tried this week by the Legion Auxiliary. Packets have been started in different sections of town with a list of names on the front. When the packet is received in the home if the family wishes to contribute they put their gift in one of the small envelopes inside the packet and seal it. Then they are to write the amount on the outside of the packet and send it on to the next name on the list. Mrs. John Waite, chairman of the drive, asks that no one keep the packet for more than a day. If they are unable to pass it on or are the last name on the list they are to contact Mrs. Waite and she will pick it up. This method has worked very well in previous years in the rural area. HOMEMAKERS MEET Buffalo Homemakers met Fri day afternoon at Mrs. Carl Cal lies's, with Mrs. Wm. Amesbury co-hostess. This was the first meeting of the year with the new onicers taking : charge: president, Mrs. Melvin RicKs; vice, Mrs. Douglas Mechler, and publicity, Mrs. Wm. Amesbury. The extension lesson, "A Look At Convenience Foods", was Mrs. R. L. Krantz and Mrs. Amesbury. Mrs. Lester Eden gave a surprise number. COME FOR FUNERAL Rodney Hench, student Westmar college and A3C Richard Hench stationed at Kessler air force base, Miss., were at the parental Art Hench's a few days last week. They came for the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Alex Ezarski. 1896, at Pawpaw, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson. The family moved to Iowa on March 19, 1909, and he attended school at Irvington. He farmed Charles Ostwald, Algona. Als surviving are four sisters, Mrs George. Lee and Mrs. John Rid both Algona, Mrs. Bertha Bai ringer, Elgin, 111., and Mrs. Hi o ond game will feature Old Timi. er Men against a Boys Physical i Education class in a game of r volleyball. The evening will al- j- so feature music. It promises 1965 Kossuth County Tax Levy General County &' Sroto: General Fund 2.271; Court .326; Poor 1.042; Sloto Institution 1.107; Mental Health .208: Soldier's Relief .261; Bovine T. B. .065; Co. Fair & 4-H .098; Courthouse Bonds .406; Banns Erod. .065; County Conservation 456; Sac. Road (oil prop.) .500; Service Compensation .320; Ag. Extension .310; Assessor .732. TOTAL 8.167 Board of Education .412.) Twp. Road Levy: Sec. Rd. 7.482; Rd. Clearing .284. TOTAL 7.766. Male Dog or Spayed Female $1.50 (Only $1.00 where there is a City Tax, also); Female Dogs $3.50 (only $3.00 whore there is also a City tax.) 6 Mills on Moneys and Credits (except savings Account or Deposit in a Bank for three months prior to Jan. 1, which is subject to 1 mill.) CSD Stands for Community School District. y in 5 Ol C 'x o I- 4 'Burt Inc - - 5. Burt Inc. Lands _ 8. Lakota Inc 10. Ledyard Inc. 12. Lone Rock Inc. 13. LuVerne Inc - 15. Swea City Inc. 16 Swea City Inc Lands 17 Titonka Inc 18 Wesley Inc 19. Wesley Inc Lands 20. West Bend Inc. 21 Whittemore Inc 22 Whittemore Inc Lands 25. Algona CSD Lotts Creek _ 26 Algona CSD Plum Creek 27 Algona CSD Prairie 28 Algona CSD Riverdale __ 29 Algona CSD Sherman 30. Algono CSD Union 31 Algona CSD Wesley 32. Algona CSD Whittemore 33 Armstrong CSD Eagle 1 34 Armstrong CSD Eagle A Fire 35. Armstrong CSD Sweo ^ 39. Buffalo Center CSD German - » 40. Buffalo Center CSD Hebron 41 Buffalo Center CSD Lincoln 42. Burt CSD Burt .. r* 43. Burt CSD Greenwood 44 Burt CSD Plum Creek 45. Burt CSD Portland 46. Burt CSD Union 47. Corwith-Wesley CSD LuVerne , 48 Corwith-Wesley CSD Prairie 49. Corwith-Wesley CSD Wesley ' 50. Grant Consl. 52. Lakota Consl. German ' 53 Lakota Consl Hebron B 54, Lakota Consl Ledyard 55. Lakota Consl. Lincoln 56. Lakoto Consl. Ramsey t 57. Ledyard CSD Harrison 58 Ledyard CSD Ledyard 59. Ledyard CSD Springfield 60. Lotts Creek Twp. 61. LuVerne CSD Irvington £2. LuVerne CSD LuVerne 63. LuVerne CSD Prairie * 64. LuVerno CSD Sherman ' j 65. Prairie Twp. •-_ -1 66. Rake CSD Hebron 7 68. Ringsted CSD Seneca ? 69. Ringsted CSD Seneca, R. Fire >t 70. Riverdale Twp. _-• 6 71. Sentral CSD Burt 72. Sentral CSD Fenton '• 73 Sentrol CSD Greenwood ;• 74. Sontral CSD Lotts Creek j 75. Sentral CSD Seneca d 76. Sentral CSD, Seneca A. Fire j 77. Sentrol CSD Seneca R Fire i 78. Sentral CSD Swea .. K. 79. Sentral CSD Union y 80. Sherman Twp. / 81. Swea City CSD Eagle •• 82. Swea City CSD Eagle, A. Fire n 83. Swea City CSD Harrison 84. Swea City CSD Seneca 85. Swea City CSD Swea . . 86. Swea City, CSD Swea, A. Fire 87. Titonka Consl. Buffalo 88. Titonka Consl German of 89. Titonka Consl. Plum Creek -,. 90. Titonka Consl. 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For birthdays of Karen Eden and Erwin Eden, guests at Al Ian Eden's Jan. 17 were Mrs Louise Eden, Mrs. Etta Reibsa men, the Lester Edens and Er win Edens. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. "96." 97. 98. Titonka Consl. Ramsey Titonka Consl. Wesley Twin Rivers CSD Garfield Twin Rivers CSD Riverdale West Bend We"st"~Bencr West Bend Whittemore CSD_ CSD CSD 36.063 36.063 43.893 43.893 Gorfield I 38.949 Riverdale I 38.949| Whittemore . - ] 38.949 .412 .412 1.004 1.004 U)70J "1.0701 1.0701 I 2.458 I 2.458 I .923 I .923, _; 2.670J T~2.676T 1 2.670 .250! .220! .105 1 .042 .105' .1061 .042! 1.250 .856' .342 .758 _.34_2_ .758 .713 8.1671 8.1671 8.167 8.167 8.167 7.766! 7.766 7.766 7.7661 7.766| 8.167 8.167! 7.766 7.766 56.3661 55.942! 62.095 62.658| 58.964_, "59.5271" 59.441! 32.9741 Twp._ I.I.'IIII 15.8101 .4121 I ' ' .106 : _'7J 3 '- — -M 6 .ZLZ: 7 -. 66 . Sanitation 2.520; Mun. Enterprise 4.438; Recrea- Sanitation 3.242; Mun. Enterprise 1.139; Recrea- ALGONA INC. — General .166; Street 2.973; Pub. Safety 9.733; tion 4.530; Debt Serv. 5.762; Trust «. Agency .099 TOTAL 30.221 BANCROFT INC. — General 7.733; Street 6.133; Pub. Safety 4.468, tion 4.381; Debt Serv. 2.979. TOTAL 30.075 BURT INC. — General 3.586; Street 6.201; Pub. Safety 1.085; Sanitation 3.565; Mun. Enterprise .930; Recreation Utilities .698; Debt. Serv. 4.186; Trust 4 Agency .930. TOTAL 21.383 FENTON INC. — General 1.488; Street 4.696; Pub. Safety 4.294; Serv. 4,696; - - - • --- -.-.. LAKOTA 16.166. LEDYARD INC. — General 3.200; TOTAL 18.734 INC. — General 2.529; Street 4.084; Pub. Safety 1.459 Debt Trust 4 Agency INC. — General 805. 'TOTAL 21.346 7.871; Street 4.608; Pub. Safety Street 6.693; Pub. Safety 2.526; .202; Sanitation 4.025; Recreation .671; Uitihties .671; 1.475; Sanitation 1.475; Mun. LONE ROCK TOTAL 16.241 LU VERNE INC. — General 7.113; Street 9.458; Pub. Safety 3.027; tion 1.892; Utilities 1.892. TOTAL 28.112 SWEA CITY INC. — General 3.414; Street 6.978; Public Safety 3.234 tion 2.553; Utilities 1.021; Debt Service 5.608. TOTAL 28.084 TITONKA INC. — General .989; Street 4.648; Pub. Safety 2.335; tion .129; Debt Serv. 6.810. TOTAL 23.212 WESLEY INC. — General 2.430; Street 6.721; Pub. Safety 5.005; Sanitation 2.860; Recreation 3.239. WEST BEND INC. — General 1.314; Street 3.474; Pub. Safety 5.955; Sanitation .993; Mun. tion .397; Utilities .993; Debt Serv. 4.796. TOTAL 18.915 WHITTEMORE INC. — General 1.314; Street 3.474; Pub. Safety 5.955, Sanitation .993; Mun .397; Utilities .993; Debt Serv. 4.796. TOTAL 18.915 Enterprise .737. TOTAL Sanitation .758; Recreation .758; Utilities 4.799. Sanitation 1.459; Recreation .875; Utilities, 5.33_. Sanitation 1.892; Mun. Enterprise 2.838; Recrea- Sanitation 1.702; Mun. Enterprise 3.574; Recrca- Sanitation 5.172; Mun Enterprise 3.079; Rccrca- TOTAL 20.305 Enterprise 993; Recrea- Enterprise .993; Recfcation ONCE A YEAR! WHITE ANGEL UNIFORMS REDUCED! REGULAR $4 320 REGULAR 6.98 Don't miss this chance to save on a wardrobe in white. Step- ins, button-downs, zip-ups . . . relaxed, full or fitted stylings. Easy-care nylon, Dacron polyester blends, cotton blends. Misses' sizes 8 to 20; Women's sizes 14Va to 24Ms. Hurry for best selection. No Payment 'til March on Charge Purchases Hade Now HEAVY QUALITY UPHOLSTERY FABRICS J- I*' THESE COLORFUL FABRICS INCLUDE Brocades Textures Tweeds Tapestries Matelasses IDEAL FOR ... Handbags — Throw-covers Slip-covers — Pillows — Seat covers 2.99 PER YARD Values From *5 49 to *9' 8 S & L Stores SHEAKLEYS —Pro - Inventory Clearance Continues Thru Jan. 31 All Winter Merchandise Re-grouped and For Quick Clearance! Hurry In!! SAVINGS up to

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