7-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, March 2, 1967 Wesley Co-Op Vetoes Of Addition SUSPENSE THRILLER "GAMBIT" AT THE ALGONA SUNDAY Real Estate Transfers Project The 60th annual meeting of the Farmers Cooperative Society of Wesley vas held Feb. 20, the meeting called to order by Edmund L. Otis, president. The meeting opened with a moment of silence ir. memory of Victor J. Loebir, vno passed away during the past year, after baring served or. the board of for over vears. Herman Bode, secretary of the board of directors, read the minutes of the last anr.ual meeting. Frank Bieich, manager, presented the 1556 financial report. Election of directors »'as held— one director to fill out :br vacancy created by the death of .Victor J. Loebig and three directors whose terms expired, namely, Edmund L. Otis, Joseph A. Skow and Harold Weber. Directors elected were Edmund L. Otis, Harold Weber, Edwin Hiilenga and Joseph A. Skow. Helen Skow, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Joseph A. Skow, a student at Iowa State University, Ames, and Donald Rasrnussen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest D. Rasraussen, gave reports or. a trip made recently. A proposal for the construction of additional storage space was defeated by vote with 60 yes and 61 no. Door prizes were won by the following: Mrs. Allen Eden, Mrs. F. D. Rasmussen, Mrs. John Preuschl, Robert J. Arndorfer, Jay Carlson, Luke Hildman, Joe Lappe, Paul Devine and Leo J. Hanig. One dollar bills were won by James Plathe, Al Kruger, John Puffer, Wm. Goetz, Lyle Hirner, Helen Skow, Donald Rasmussen, Raymond Otis, Marilyn Lickteig, Leonard Arndorfer, Ross Strutters, Edward Arend, Dan E. Froelich, Jack Vitzthum and Elmer Sweers. Lunch was served by Circle No. 7 of St. Joseph's Guild. Frank Bleich is manager of the Coop Society ; Arthur Beenken, assistant manager; Dean Ricke, ' manager of the lumber department', and' Vern Olson, assistant. Other personnel in the elevator are Donald Hanig, Dennis Fritz, David Rasmussen, Wm. Drummer and Mildred Studer, bookkeeper. Edwin Hiilenga was elected to fill out the vacancy as vice president , created by the death of Victor Loebig, Emund Otis is president of the Society; Herman Bode is secretary-treasurer; directors are Lester Larson, Geo. Seaberg, Joseph Skow, Larold Weber, Mark Studer and Lester Eden. LuVerne Grade Musicians Get Fine Ratings LUVERNE - Grade school musicians from the Lu Verne school did real well at the Invitational Grade School Music Festival, held Feb. 11 at Mason City. Results of the ratings, just received, give the follov.lng results: Superior Rating - Holly De- Kio, Terry Froehlich, Laurie Hefty, Steven Wickett, Linda Barton, Rodger Pergandfe, Donald Swajison, Layue Undebak, Judy Jergeasea, Mari Rat Memain, Jennifer WUitelm and Diane Perga&de. Excellent RMing - KahyHurl- burt, SLaioa Shwey, Curtis Barber, 'Beverly CtlkinB, Becky \vil- Lelm, Robert Blake, HeatUer Brainejd, Liada Calkiiie, Beverly Nelson, Torn Merriaiii. Becky Coyle and Gales Cro;i. Good Rfctisg - Charles Legltr. Club WHi Name Officers Unicm Towtusiijp Mofht;s tiri DiUgiltfeJS Club UlSA '<& the iifjUJe ol Camilla Uetz^e) v.ith n I ol Irene NitctoJe, club p gave a iej/j:l <A a u.efet attended ilo;ig '.ritei oth presidents at tit uoa* Lea'iajd Elt#it, wiatv atiou prefcideat, V/biUeiaoi e, to review plans for the ivorit oJ the cou/ity Ffc'ieratiou ol v/omeujj* Clubs tor. the coming yeaj , Beniadette lieilly reviewtdiiie book "Hotel" and Bertha Sarcittt won the jirizeforUtftUfctoh^Srial Valentine verse. The next meetUig of U»e club will be March 9 at the home of Bertha Sarchet; Julia Taylor aud Ada Hofius, co-hostesses. There will be election ol officers at this meeting. Schemer Michael Caine grooms dance-hall girl Shirley MacLaine for her role as a princess in Universal's romantic suspense thriller in Technicolor. "Gambit." Herbert Lorn, Roger C. Carmel and Arnold Moss also co-star in the Leo L. Fuchs Production directed by Ronald Nearae. Housewarming Held For Pair At St. Joe ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berts, Sr. -were given a house warming party in their new home here by their neighbors from the country. Mr. and Mrs. Berte were presented a gift and lunch and refreshments were brought in by the neighbors. A social evening and cards were played with Mrs. Ernest Bormann and Raymond Kohlhaas receiving prizes. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonn inn and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kenne, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs. Irene Bormann. Mrs. George Ham and Phil, Ames, are spending two weeks here in the home of Mrs. Ham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and Kenneth, while Mr. Ham is in Washington, D. C. for two weeks National Guard Reserve School. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe and Kathleen spent the weekend In Dubuque' with their daughter and sister, Kristine, and helped her observe her birthday Feb. 26. Kristine is a sophomore at Clark College. 14 LEDYARDff 3 LEDYARD - Friday and Saturday 14 students from the speech department of the Ledyard Community School were in Crystal Lake where they took part in the District speech contest, eight of the fourteen came back with "1" ratings. Those receiving the top rating were Cynthia Klinksiek and Martha Wallentine in dramatic declamation; Craig Klocke in the humorous division, Lynn Munyer in memorized oratory and in play reading, Gretchen DeBoer, Phyllis Wallentine, Lyle Jorgenson and Ellsworth Dutton. They read the play "Helenas Husband". Others taking part were Jacklyn Busch, Becky McCoy, John Koppen, Debbie Ingebritson, and Wayne Logeman. Mrs. Elaine Sine is the speech instructor. Those students receiving the "1" ratings will go to Cherokee on March 17 or 18 for further competitor!. - o - The Maiaener-Estle American Legion Auxiliary will meet in the Legion Hall Tuesday afternoon, March 7 at 2:00. Mrs. CUE Sirnoiismeier v.ill be hostess. r. good crowd turned out Saturday ijight for the Volunteer Firefr.eii's ;.i-v;ai:fe supper;!'. v. p as e&mated that between 350 and 4C/j v/ere served during the eve- iiiijg. The lirerr.ej: had not had a tui/i raising project for several years aud the good :espoase by t.'.e people in the eomif:u.'iity was appreciated by them, Theie will be a.-i open house miscellaneous shower hofiorifig Uibe Jasiis Goetz oa March 10 at l:Vj p.ji;, at the fce'.r.acy Ev- iiigfciicid a.'»d Iteioiuied church Le;e. All IrieWi t.vi jelatlves aie invitee. Ko other Jj:vitaliofis a:t bfeiiig fcfcut. Jwiii will M:«:i.i riectoHa/old fc. iimio& ol Gia.vi View, Missouri on April «< at the tethaiy E vsi^ehcaJi a/4 Kelonntd chui ch here. Tht- Juuioj Giii Scoutt met February 14 a the fc. arid K. church. A fla^ ce;e«io;»y wa* eij by KareaEjigelbartK, Carol , Dawfi Gustaj&on a,-/! Merry Vrit6fe«. Mrs. showed the Juuiors a/»d Br an liiterefctijig flj/u strip called "Peppo". This Win frt/lp wa* on nutrition ajrf will help us with our cooking badge. A fun game colled Yes and No was played and enjoyed by everyone. Plans were made for a guest day. Bonnie Jorgenson served lunch . After lunch demonstrations on how to set the table properly we re given. Phone Call From Germany On Birth WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg received a telephone call from Bamberg, Germany, telling them that a baby boy, Ricky Lee, had been born to Spec/4 Robert and Mrs. Van Hove in a hospital in Nuremburg, Germany, Feb. 20. Mrs. Van Hove is the former Judy Seaberg, and this is their first child. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hove of Buffalo Center. Bolllg, Bernard Howard, si. Donald John sgl., Gordon Julius i Katherine; Kenneth Wm. & Viola; Eugene Ernest & .Ann to Bernard Howard, Donald John, Kenneth W. i Eugene Ernest Bbl- lig 2-16-67 SW 1/4 & W 1/2 SE 1/4 exc. E 5 rds. Irmiter, Kathryn lone & Henry to Bernard Howard, Donald John", Kenneth William i Eugene E. Bollig 2-16-67 SW 1/4 i W 1/2 SE 1/4 exc. E 5 rds. 16-98-30 Kirsch, J. P.,wdwertoLoretta A. Butler 2-20-67 That pt. of W 1/2 SW 1/4 Comm. See rec. 895-30. Kirsch, Matt, Sgl. to Kathryn Kirsch Tornabane 2-20-67 NW 1/4 SE 1/4 of 29-94-29. Kirsch, Matt, Sgl. to Robert E. Kirsch 2-20-67 SW 1/4 SE 1/4 of 32-94-29. Kollasch, Elizabeth Ann & Louis to Bernard Howard, Donald John, Kenneth W. & Eugene Ernest Bollig 2-16-67 SW 1/4 & W 1/2 SE 1/4 exc E. 5 rds 16-98-30. Loper, Rosa, Wdw. to Plemel, Peter B. & Violet 2-20-67 Call's Park Add. Algona lot 32 blk 2. Metzger, Mary Camilla & Clarence, Clara Maxine & John Sr., Donna Jean &Cletus Mueller to Bernard Howard, Donald John, Kenneth William, Eugene Ernest Bollig, 2-16-67 SW 1/4 & W 1/2 SE 1/4 exc E 5 rds. 16-98-30. Big Bear of Algona, la., Inc. to P & K Inc. 2-17-67 Call's Add. Exc N. 146' blk 90; Algona. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co. to Bituminous Material & Supply Co. 2-3-67 That pt. of W 1/2 NE 1/4. Chicago Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific R.R. Co. to Bituminous Material & Supply Co. 23-67 All of blk 103 Call's Add. Hantelman, Lawrence i- Mabel B. to Lawrence Hantelman & Mabel B. 2-14-67 NE frl 1/2 2-98-30. Dudding, Richard J. & Sherry Lee to Stanley L. Lowe et ux 2-14-67 Part of SW 1/4 NW 1/4 of 24-98-29. Harms, Glenn E. & Alice M. to Robert C. & Margaret Dreyer 2-10-67 That pt. of Call's Ave. Add. lot 3 blk 240; Algona. Campbell, Elma, Wdw. etal to Don M. Smith Indiv. & As Agent 2-9-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 13100-28 i- SE 1/4 of 28-100-27. Clark, Melvin H. & Rita & Dean i- Betty to Don M. Smith Indiv. & as agent 2-9-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 13-100-28 & SE 1/4 of 28-100-27. Herbst, Frances L, & J. M. to Bernard D. & Marjorie J. Ferden 2-14-67 The E 1/2 of the S 132' exc. the S. 59' of lot 3 blk 240 all in Call's Ave. Add., Algona. Johnson, Lucille & Oliver to Don M. Smith Indiv. & as agent 2-9-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 13-10028 SE 1/4 28-100-27. Idatt, Carmen & Virgil to Don M. Smith Indiv. & As agent 2-967 N 1/2 NE 1/4 13-100-28 & SE 1/4 28-100 -27 , Loge, Lillian sgl. et al to Don M. Smith Indiv. & as agent 2-967 N 1/2 NE 1/4 of 13-100-28 & the SE 1/4 of 28-100-27. Larrabee, Wm. in et ux Jean to Merchants Nat'l Bk. of Cedar Rapids, Trustee, First Nat'l Bk. of West Union, Trustee 2-8-67, N 3/4 E 1/2 SE 1/4 12-99-28 N 1/2 SW 1/4 10-98-28 SW 1/4 3-99-28 W 1/2 NW 1/4 2499-28 NE 1/4 4-98-28. Mikkelson, Doris & Curtis to Don M. Smith Indiv. & as Agent 2-9-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 13-100-28 & SE 1/4 28-100-27. Potter, Bueiia & Sherwood R. to W. H. Raney 2-14-67 NW 1/4 SW 1/4 & S 1/2 SW 1/4 exc. see rec. 27-95-29. Potter, Buena & Sherwood R., et al to Lyle Raney 2-14-67 NE 1/4 SE 1/4 exc. 1. 44 Acres & N 1/2 SE 1/4 SE 1/4 18-95-28. Potter, Loron R. & Llla D. to Richard J. Cook 2-9-67 Beg. at SW corner of lot 1 of SW 1/4 SE 1/4 thence see rec. 1095-29 Also lots 8, 9 & 10 of A. P. OF SW 1/4 SE 1/4 1095-29. Raney,, Lyle & Ellen to W. H. Raney AKA Howard 2-14-67 NW 1/4 SW 1/4 & S 1/2 SW 1/4 exc. see rec. 27-95-29. Raney, W. H. & Dorothy to Lyle Raney 2-14-67 NE 1/4 SE 1/4 exc. 1.44 Acres & N 1/2 SE 1/4 SE 1/4 18-95-28. Rayman, Jacqueline C. & Frederick L. to Margaret M. Sonnenberg 2-8-67 S 1/2 S 10' of N 1/2 of Ways Add. lot 10 blk 23, Titonka. Smith, Howard R. & Maxine, Gerald M. & Phoebe Ann, Merrill K. & Helen & Arlan R. & Norma to Don M. Smith, Indiv. & as Agent 2-9-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 3100-28 &SE 1/4 28-100-27. Smith, Roy M. & Ethel E., Ray V. & Feme & Milford W. & Hazel et al to Donald M. Smith, Indiv. & As agent 2-9-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 13-100-28 & SE 1/4 28-100-27. Walker, Norma & Russel to W. H. Raney AKA Howard 2 14-67 NW 1/4 SW 1/4 & S 1/2 SW 1/4 exc see rec. 27-95-29. Walker, Norma & Russell to Lyle Raney 2-14-67 NE 1/4 SE 1/4 exc. 1.44 A. & N 1/2 SE 1/4 SE 1/4 18-95-28. Baumgard, Alvin & Anna to J. P. & Hazel Steven 2-6-67 The S 1/3 of Sl/2 of lot 2 of the S. 6 A. of Outlot 1 Burt. Graettlnger, Dennis R. & Margaret C. to Jimmy Dwayne & Marlene Lowman 2-2-67 N 64' ofS 130* of W 104' of lot 1, Aud's We Are Proud Of The Companies We Keep! .VidVitWH Such As . . . OLIVER WE CURRENTLY HAVE ON HAND THE FOLLOWING LIST OF NEW OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT: OLIVER TRACTORS: 1850 LP Gas Tractor 1850 Diesel with Wide Front 1850 Diesel with Reg. Front 1850 Gas with Wheel Tanks & Cab 1650 Gas with Wide Front 1550 Gas Tractor OLIVER PLOWS: We carry — on hand — the Oliver Model 565 Cushion Trip semi-mounted steerable plows in all sizes. From 4 to 8 bottoms in 14" or 16". JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South Thorington St. — ALGONA OLIVER MACHINERY: No. 364 4-row 3-point rear mounted cultivators. No. 525 13-ft. self-propelled combines with cabs and cornhead. 14 ft. & 19 ft. "wheel tandem disc harrows. No. 480 power take-off manure spreaders. No. 200 20 ft. wheel-type spring tooth harrows. Plat of lots of NW 1/4 NW 1/4 12-95-29. Mid-Continent Bottlers Inc. to Gunvald Sande & Doyle Dalley 2-1-67 That pt. of Wellendorf s first Add lot 1 blk 1; Algona desc. as see rec, Mortensen, Adolph A., Trustee & JuDean, sgl. to St. of Iowa 131-67 Part of E 3/4 of S 1/2 S 1/2 beg. see rec. 10-100-30. Nagel, Holland H. & Vivian to Willard J. & Mary K. Jameson 1-31-67 Call's Add. lot 3 blk 192; Algona. Schwlnt, Maurice A. & Irene E. to Maurice A. & Irene E. Schwint 2-2-67 That portion of 1st St. of the Town of Whitt. lying between the S. line of Palo Alto St. in the Orig. Town of Whlttemore & the N. line of Washington St. in Farley's Add. see rec. Farewell For Philip Studers WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Philip Studer were honored at a farewell party Tuesday evening at the Elmer Anliker home near Whltte- more by members of the N.F.O. Studer had been president of the organization several years. Five hundred was played at four tables, Albert Kramer, Tom Llckteig, Lester Fuchsen and Rosalie Studer were prize winners. The Studers were presented a large rug and a towel set. Lunch was served. They have moved to the farm they purchased near Stacyvllle. SHOP DIAMOND'S FOR ALL YOUR COLD WEATHER NEEDS ALGONA THURS. - FRI. - SAT., MARCH 2-3-4 SAT. MATINEE - 1:00 P.M. MATRON ON DUTY He's The Biggest Hero In The Whole Wide World Of Adventure! ff PLUS DANA ANDREWS IN JOHNNY RENO rr SUNDAY - MONDAJ^MARCH 5 - 6 ~GO~AH~EAD f ELL f H~E" EN~D : BUT. PLEASE DON'T TELL THE BEGINNING! Featuring Michael Caine, nominee for an Academy Award. "Alfie's on the loose again! SHIRLEY MICHAEL MacLAINE CAINE "BftMBIT" TECHNICOLOR® 7 . 8 RON HAYES PRODUCTIONS PRESENT SAFARI IN ALASKA AS ADVERTISED ON TV HUNTING - FISHING SOMETHING THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY COMPLETE PROGRAMS BEGIN: 7:00 - 9:15 P.M.
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