Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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Fentofl woman nominated fer Jubilee Jewel Mrs. Lyle Newel is the Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club Nominee for the Diamond Jubilee Jewel. Mrs. Newel is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul, a retired Methodist minister, and the niece of Rev. Louis H. Preul, who served as Algona district superintendent for five years. The Newels have one son in college and two daughters one in high school and one in junior high. They belong to the Fenton Methodist church. She enjoys people, traveling, camping, knitting, sewing and read ing. Mr. Newel is a farmer and Ruth often helps him with the AlOONA «•«•) ADVANCM THURSDAY, APRIL 14. IN* field wofk. Mrs. Newel was instrumental in forming, the Fenton Town and Country Woman's dub in 1949 and was its first president, and has held other elective of* fices. She is past president of the W.S.G.S. for four years. She has held many other elective offices In the W.S.C.S., and is now a Circle chairman. She is a for' mer superintendent of church, schools, including primary, high school and adult. She is now a church school teacher for grades 9 through 12, Mrs. Newel has been a teacher in the Sentral schools and is at the present time serving as a substitute. She is a member of the Band Mothers and has helped in many other community activities. Mrs. Newel says: "I enjoy Woman's club work because of the privilege it gives me to reach beyond myself, to be i part lit the wotld-wMe fled* efation of concerned - wofliefi." flie Kenneth Bellingers, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and Mrs. Gene TteU attended the wedding of Barbara Fickbohm and Leonard Kuiish at Our Lady of day night and Monday vfetUftg ''' ''' '' The Richard Hammond* were Monday guest* at ditfeft<* Net tOA'ft, th* bitten NOTICf Or HEARING UPON REPORT Of INfllNIIR FOR CONSTRUCTION OF AN OPEN DITCH AND A RELIEF TILE LINE AND AN OUTLET TILI TO DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 4, LATERALS NOS. 34 AND II. _ _ , TO: Alberta Cummings & Ruth Odell, Joseph Murray, Trustee, Gertrude C. Hamilton, A. J. Renger. Mary Baroboro Kramer, Vergil & Gladys M. Jensen, Leonder J. & Esther Menke, H. T. Bunkofsko, John Jr. & Martha Schneider, Gordon T. & Sara Garrison, Gilbert E, Cordes, Florence McGuire, Lawrence J. Ntrn- mers, W. E. & Opal f. Carlson, Paul & Margaret Ltiher, Mabel Shellito, Burdlek N. Richardson, John 8, Margaret kan" " --•"—'•- "--"—•»!>—.- •".'— Junior, & Dorothy Helmke, George Tlllle' Smith. Laverne Smith. Central I-.WMIW.IWI ww.m «• ,.«, —., ..— , — Marilyn Preston, Frank Sanftner, Bernloe Welp. Patterson Land & Livestock Co., James O. Smith, Daisy Engstrom, Edith P. Waltz, Florence C. Basiett, Morlin R. Geerdes, Ada Wallace, John Alfred McGuon, L. Hollltter Jones, Maynard G. & Gayle J. Gregerson, Leo H. Guerdet, and to each lienholder or encumbrancer at any land within Drairrage District No. 4, Laterals Not. 24 and 33, and to oil of the persons whom it may concern: (Grtenwead Twp. M-M) i, Paul & Margaret Lliher, Mabel Shellito, Burdlek N. Karsten, Peter N. Rolling, Joe Madden, Minnie Kylen, >rge Renger, Ella Helmke. Grinned Shoe Co., Floyd & entral National Bank & Trust Co., trustees, James & Tract No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. Name of Owner Alberta Cummings &> Ruth Odell Joseph Murray, Trustee Central National Bank & Trust Gertrude C. Hamilton A. J. Renger Gertrude C. Hamilton Mary Barbara Kramer Vergil & Gladys M. Jensen Lcander & Esther Menke H. T. Bunkofske John Jr. & Martha Schneider Gordon & Sara Garrison Gilbert E. Cordes W. E. & Opal Carlson Paul R. Lisher Margaret P. Lisher Mabel Shellito Burdick N. Richardson John 8, Margaret Karsten Peter N. Rolling Alberta Cummings & Ruth Odell Joe Madden Arthur J. Renger Florence McGuire Sec. 3 4. Minnie E. Kylen (Harrison Twa. Junior & Dorothy Helmke George Renger Ella Helmke Grinnell Shoe Co., Inc. Floyd E. 8. Tillie Smith Laverne E. Smith Central National Bank & Trust Co. James & Marilyn Preston Frank Sanftner Bernice Welp Patterson Land & Livestock Co. 30 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 33 33 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. James O. Smith Daisy B. Engstrom Edith P. Woltz Florence C. Bassett (Seneca Twa. M-JO) 12 (Swee Twa. M-if) Lecetlan Fract. : NW NW E of DR. 4 SW NW E of DR. 4 NW NW W of DR. 4 SW NW W of DR. 4 NE NE SW NE NW NE SE NE NE NW NW NW SW NW SE NW NE SW NW SW SW SW SE SW NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NE NE NW NE SW NE SE NE NE NW NW NW SW NW SE NW NE SW NW SW SW SW SE SW NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NE NE SE NE E'A NE NW EVj SE NW SW NE NW NE W'/j NE NW WVi SE NW W 40A -N'/ 2 SW W 40A S'A SW E 34.1 OA N/2 SW E 34.10A S'/ 2 SW NW NW .-. SW NW' . .. NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NE NE NW NE SW NE SE NE NE NW NW NW SW NW SE NW NE SW SW SW SE SW NW SW NE NE NW NE ' SW NE SE NE NE NW SE NW NW NW SW NW NE SW NW SW SW SW SE SW NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NE NE NW NE SW NE SE NE NE NW NW NW SW NW SE NW NE SW NW SW SW SW SE SW NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NE NE SE NE NW NE SW NE NW NW SW NW NE SW NW SW SW SW SE SW NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NE'X, SE'/, NWVi SW'A NE SE SE SE SW SE NW SE NE SW NW SW SW SW ^ • SE SW NE NE SW NE SW NE SE NE NE SE NW SE SW SE SE SE NWVi E 3/4 SE SW NE NE SE NE NW NE Mount Carmel church at Lawler Monday. She is the daughter of the Thomas Fickbohnw and Mrs. Fickbohm is the former Dorthy Wichtendahl. The Jerry Wilbergs and Bob with Wilberg were Easter guest* at pids. Martin Wilberg's. Kristine BolUnger was an overnight guest last week of the tal R Wayne Bellingers, Lone Rock. g°na. Easter guests of the Walter Perils were the James Gowans, Iowa City, Andy Gowart*, and Adolph Pertl. St. John's Aid of Fenton met Wednesday with Rev. Spicer leading devotions and the topic. Reports were given on the Home Finding Society meeting at Fort Dodge/The Spring LW- ML Rally will be held at Swea City April 27. Hostesses were Mrs. Bill Eimers, Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mrs. Norman Finnestad. Cancer drive is started for Wesley people W*«Uy — Mrs. Josephine Meurer is the Wesley Cancer Crusade chairman, Mrs. Fred Bentele, Wesley township; Mrs. John Mullin for Prairie ; township, and Mrs. A. J; Grandgan- ett for St. Benedict. Each chairman has been busy organizing workers for the drive. Those wishing to give a memorial wil be most acceptable and the name for whom given will appear in the Iowa state owne< book as a living memorial an< the contribution would be usec for the control of cancer. Mrs ;iiff Anfinson, Wesley, is South Kossuth Memorial chairman This year's national theme is Fight Cancer with a check-up and a check." ... Sue Nelson, daughter of the Clarence Nelsons, atid ;•• Jetntte fiwen, Algona, went to Iowa City Sunday to spend till Tuesday with the former's slitef , Jeannie Nefoon, student at the Uni. They rode to Iowa City MMMM+MMMMMM+M Portland Mr*. Victor Pitch Moorland, Emmets* with Dan Arndorfcr, Cedar Rate. The Ray Stevens and son were Sunday callers at the parental Robert Stevens home in Alna. .• ..''.Easter .Sunday guests at the parental Ben Schrauth's were the Floyd Byrnes, *— J Bernard Schrauths, burg and the George Lickteigs The Paul Schrauth's, Bancroft, were April 3 guests at the parental home for the 8th birthday of their daughter, Linda. Al Wagner was moved Monday to the old Good Samaritan home in Algona from the Britl hospital where he had been since Dec. 13 when he .fell at home and broke a hip. Gertrude C. Hamilton Marlin R. Geerdes Ada Grace Wallace John Alfred McGuan L. Hollister Jones Maynard G. & Goyle J. Gregerson Leo H. Guerdet 25 25 26 26 35 36 36 SEi/, NE SE SE SE NW SE SW SE NE NE SE NE SW NE NW NE NE SE SE SE SW SE NW SE NEV 4 SE'/f The Ben Wagners, Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with his parents.The Wagners and Mrs Al Wagner were Sunday guests of the Dwight Wagners, Algona Linda Wagner came hpjne with her grandmother for a, two day visit. 1 r The Duane Kelches', Hamp on, spent the Easter, ( weekeni t the parental Clarence Ne son's. Other Easter guests in eluded the Charles' JNelsons Gary Formanek, Spooney, Wis Ed and Joe Eisenbacher. Jeannie Nelson, daughter o the Clarence Nelsons, went to Dubuque Sunday to visit Delores Jarhling, postulant at St. Francis Convent. They were roommates at BriarcUff college, Sioux City. Jeannie accompanied Ruth and Helen Lickteig, Susan Smith, and Mary Jo Becker, who visited Kathy Lickteig, postulant at Mt. St. Francis. They returned home Monday, all except Jeannie Nelson who went to Iowa City where she attends the university. The Vincent EisenbacherS were Sunday guests at Albert Lickteig's. Recent visitors in the Howard Sparks home were Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean, Mrs. Joe Goetz, Mrs. Larry Grandgenett and Maria, all of Wesley, and rlr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Jritt. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers >f Bancroft were Monday after- oon visitors in the Tony Jandl lome. Mrs. Bill Ross of Crystal Lake was a Monday evening upper guest. Mrs. Hanford Brock of Woden was a Monday vening visitor, all came to visit Mr. Jandl who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Curtis and laughters of Ottosen came Tuesday evening to visit their randfather, Tony Jandl who las been ill. Other visitors were and Mrs. Clarence Diers, Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Brock, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jandl recently celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary. CJ. Holland, Bode farmer, dies Sunday Bode — A longtime Bode farmer, Clarence M. Helland, 59, died Sunday in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. He had been a patient for two days. Funeral services for him were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode with Rev. Norman Johnson officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Hellend was a lifelong Bbde resident. He attended the schools here and was married to Adella Grefstad at Bode on July 9, 1935. Besides his widow, he is survived by two sons, Clifford and Robert, both of Bode, and a daughter, Mrs. Charles Hauch, Marion. There are four grandchildren. Churches MomUr, April II 7.30 p.m. — Patents' nine meeting for Vacation fch School Tu«cUy, April If 4 to 5:30 p.m. . — Senior Con.' firmation class, Wtdrt«d«y, April 20 8 p.m. — Ruth Group, Lutheran Church Women, meets at the home of Mrs. Robert titttrieL Bible study leader is Mrs. Louis Krull, devotions will be led by Miss Julia Johnson. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL f hurwtoy, April 14 5 p.m. — Holy fttottttttiitoii* Sunday, April If, 11 a.m, -, Mo^ Sunday School and v Mwidty, April II 4 p.m. — Conflfniatiofi Thur»d«y, April 21 2 p.m. — Guild meeting.-at Vivian Kuhh's. Program by Sally Bay. "Missions", Spain, <• 5 p.m. — Holy Marc Andrew, son of Mr. and I•••••••••••••••••••••••• Mrs. Vernon Smith and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith passed away March 22, at the age of 10 days. He was born March 11 in a Hampton hospital and passed away in a Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth were Sunday evening visitors in the Henry Smith home. , Mr; and Mrs. Ted DeBoer GUILD TO MEET St. Josephs Guild will mee April 19 in the parish hall. Circle three^ will have a "country store." There will be food, new and used clothing and other articles for sale. Donations ; from any one will 'be "greatly"appreciated. John Claude, from the telephone company, will show a short movie. The D.C.C.W. )eanery president will be at the meeting. Father Phillips will answer the questions submitted in the question box which is in the church entry. PARTY FOR PARENTS Garrigan parents and parents of incoming freshmen in the fall of 1966 are urged to attend a party at Garrigan gym April 17 at 7:30 p.m. Activities will be bingo, bridge, 500, modern and square dancing. Each couple is to bring sandwiches for themselves. The committee will furnish coffee, and there will be door prizes. Easter guests at the parental Leo Hanig's were the Bill and Guests Sunday at the parental R. C. Bauer's for his birthday were the George Wellicks Charles City, Bill Bauers, Whittemore, John Bauers and the Bernadette Pfeffers. Don Hanigs and the Albert Beckers, Bode. The Roger Doughans, Clarion Bernard Beckers, Waterville Minn,, and the parents, the Tom Beckers, were Easter guests of the Martin Beckers of Irvington. The Bernard Beckers were callers at Tom Becker's Sunday and were evening guests at the parental Fred Schoby's, Britt, Mrs. A. J. Seiler spent 10 dayi at her son John Seller's, Humboldt, caring for the children while the John Sellers were on a 10-day trip to Hawaii he won n a sales contest. John operates an appliance store. The Gus Brandts and Gussie, Clear Lake, were April 3 guests Dan Arndorfer, employed a Collins Radio, Cedar Rapids, spent tbe > M holiday 11 weekends<at the parental Leonard Arndorfer's. His sister Vicki, Mt. Mercy college, Cedar Rapids, spent everal days at home. Carol Roat, who teaches first ^rade at Hoover school, Cedar lapids, Ronnie Roat, who attends Loras college, Dubuque, and the Tom Roats, Council fluffs, spent several days over the Easter weekend at the parental L. T. Roat's. The Arvin Larsons and Harold Higdons, Britt, spent the April 10 weekend in Lake View, Ark., with the Joe Nausbaums, of Corsincana, Texas. Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Nausbaum are daughters of the Higdons. Tony Seiler returned Thursday from Thief River Falls, Minn., where he had been three weeks installing plumbing in a new house, his son-in-law and daughter, the Lewis Heifners, are building. Mr. Heifner is advertising manager of the town paper. His wife is the former Joan Seiler. C. D. A. members planning to attend the Mother-Daughter banquet at St. Patrick's parish hall, Britt, April 21 are to notify Margaret Roat, Grand Regent, or any other officer to purchase tickets, which are $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for daughters under 12 years. were Monday evening visitors in the Herman Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Nelson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hill were Sunday dinner guests in the Merlin Van love home in honor of Trent Van Hove's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams visited Tony Jandl, who has been ill, Saturday afternoon. Sunday visitors in the Jandl home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers and family of Bancroft Marie Diers of Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Bill Ross, Crystal Lake Marvin Peters and children o Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Trunkhill and two sons, Mr and Mrs. Cliff Curtis of Ottosen, Charles and Tom Trunk hill, and Mr. and Mrs. Hanfor Brock and son Mike of Woden Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitc and Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms ALGONA FIRST LUTHERAN Thursday, April 14 i' 1 '. ' • 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. — Weekday Church School. 5:30 p.m. — Luther League meeting at church, with Team in charge/ Supper will be erved by the Ray Johnsons, )on Fredericks, and James Pe^ .ersons. ' 7 p.m. — Chancel Choir prac- ice. 7:15 p.m. — Senior Choir >ractice. Saturday, April 16 2:45 to 6:30 p.m. — District Stewardship Workshop at Laur- and family spent Wednesday evening watching colored TV in ^ ' -' " '' Riise home-/ Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy were visitors Tuesday in the ens. Sunday, April 17 8:10 a.m. — Early Worship Service. "Do You Love Me More Thari These." 9:20 to 10:35 a.m. — Sunday Church School, adult class Chapters 5 and 6. 10:45 a.m. — Later Worship Service. "Do You Love Me Mor Than These.'!' 6:30 p.m. — Couples Clu meeting be,gtiis with a potluc supper under the guidance o he LeRoy Gevings, Vernon Jensens, and Merton Rosses. Information about the speaker will >e given'in the Sunday church julletin. home. Hanford Tuesday dinner Tony Jandl Brock was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John of Minneapolis came down .Thursday evening to spend the Easter holidays with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, the Thompsons, Harvey Larsons, Lloyd Broes- ders, Bob Arends and Harvey Johnsons will be Easter Sunday dinner guests in the home of Effie Teeter at Algona. Mrs. Ronald Ortman, Robert and Sandra were last Sunday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home. HAS 84TH BIRTHDAY Peter Besch was honored on his 84th birthday on Easter Sun day at the home of his daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sa bin at Kanawha. Mrs. Sabin's birthday was April 8 so she was honored also. Other guests were the Vincent Cruises of Wesley and the Sammy Thorslands of Bode. Econoline Window Van, side and rear doors, radio, new tires. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE The Steven Doughans were sponsors at the baptism of their nephew Kirt Dennis, born April 5 to the Phil Ballards, Algona. He was baptized Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. MODERN TILLAGE at its FINEST! You are notified that the Board of Supervisors of Kcwuth County, Iowa, .M fixed the 24th of A. 1966, at the hour of v. 30 A.M. improvement pod in vvriting ond file5 in the Office of the set for such hearing. ^ ^^ ^^ CQUnty Augit<; , r/ A(gonQ( |WQ at R. C. Bauer's. Tuesday ning the Will Hrubes and John Bauers called at the paternal R. C. Bauer's. Thursday evening the Ralph Bauers and John Bauers were guests of the R. C. Bauers. All came for R. C.'s birthday, and each group brought a decorated birthday cake. The Ralph Bauers daughter Marcia stayed for a longer visit with relatives. The L. L. Leases are grandparents again. Shirley Ann was born. Easter Sunday morning to the Loren Leases, Iowa Falls,. They have three other daughters, Susan, Sharon, and Sandra. The Craig Loebigs, Hopkins, Minn., spent several days over the weekend at the parental BUI Loebig's. Both families were Easter guests of the Bill Loebigs in Fort Dodge. The Al Goransons, Bartlesville, Okla., spent the Easter weekend at the parental Vine Eisenbacher's. Other guests Sunday were Terry Krout, Bartlesville, Shirley Wimmer, Dan- Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algono, lowo, April 14, 1966 bujy, and Father Linus Eisen- baciier, Odeholt. He spent Sun- Need Printing? 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