6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, July 6, 1967 Vehicle Sales Jump To 27 In Past Week Twenty-seven new vehicles were sold in Kossuth county last week. Chevrolets totaled seven and Fords six to lead the sales. Also, four trailer rigs we re sold. Chevrolet - Leroy Phelps, Tl- tonka; Willaim Spurgeon, Whittemore; Kenneth Bierstedt, Whittemore; Donna Jean Muller, Whittemore; Bernard Keefe, Ledyard; Ervin Schuller, Whittemore. Ford — Thomas Newman, Lakota; Gary Risius, Buffalo Center; Wendall Christensen, Wesley; Edward Gutknecht, Lakota; Arthur Rode, Titonka; Madonna Glsch, Bancroft. Buick — August Brandt, Swea City; Walter Goche, Bancroft; Marvin S. Blome, Elmore, Minn.; Wilma MacKinnon. Dodge — Percival Motors, Algona; Rudolph Tietz, Algona. Oldsmobile — Henry Becker, Algona. Mercury - Lyle B. Shelton, LuVerne. Honda - Zane R. Dodds, Algona. CMC truck - J. Paul Wagner, West Bend. Apache Trailer - Chuck Behr Trailers, Algona (2). Bethany - John Hopkins, Algona. Starcraft - Melvin Eugene Busch, Ledyard. with her many gifts by her sisters, Sandra and Judy Gray. Gift carriers were the small daughters of the hostesses. Mrs. John Pannkuk served the punch and Mrs. John Ubben was at the coffee service. Hostesses included Mesdames Clarence Penning, Alvin, Jim, Wilbur Meinders, John Pannkuk, Leonard Gray, John Ubben, Harold, Ben, Dick and Herman Beenken, Arnold Helmers, Walter, Bruce and Don Tapper, Henry- Van Hove, Hoy Hinz, Harold Risius, Martin and Fred Wubben, Ronald Folkerts, Harm Huisinga, and Ruth Harringa. Assisting with food were Mrs. MervinGray, Mrs. Verdon Farrow, and Miss Viola Gray. Shirley will become the bride of Larry Vaage, with the U. S. Army stationed at Frankfort, Germany, July 1 at Ramsey Reformed Church. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray, Shirley, Judy and Lamont helped Leonard Gray celebrate his birthday June 23. Mrs. Sadie Gray and Mrs. Leonard Gray of Titonka accompanied Mrs. John Ubben, Mrs. Elmer Gray and Shirley Gray of Buffalo Center to Forest City- Tuesday evening, June 20, to attend a shower in honor of Mrs. Duane Brackey, the former Geneva Gray of Lake Mills. Brandt Family Reunion Held Eisenbacher Nuptials Are Set At Wesley Bride-To-Be At SWC3 City Is Honoree At Titonka TITONKA - An open house miscellaneous shower honoring Shirley Gray was held Monday, June 19, at Ramsey Reformed Church, with 125 in attendance. Aldine Wubben had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Clarence Penning announced the program. Corsages were presented by Mrs. Harold Risius to the bride-to-be; her mother, Mrs. Elmer Gray; and the groom's mother, Mrs. Carl Vaage. Mrs. Clarance Penning led scripture and prayer. A group of neighbor children sang, and a piano selection was given by Miss Meinders. Mrs. Henry Van Hove and Joyce Ubben gave a skit, The Mod Bride, with a surprise selection of Judy Gray as model. Several readings • and guessing games were presented by a group of the hostesses. Misses Joyce Ubben and Barbara Penning presented a skit of the bride and groom this year and a year or two from now. The bride-to-be was assisted SWEA-EAGLE - The Brandt family reunion was enjoyed with a picnic at Reynolds Park, Swea City, Sunday. Family members included Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. .Johnie Tobin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen and family, Fred Brandt, the Ronnie Schroeders, Mrs. Hilda Fosgren, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brock and sons, Susan Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Art Brandt and Rosalyn, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brandt, Mrs. Martha Schroeder and Barbara, Mrs. Wayne Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Deim and family. Mrs. A. L. Anderson of River Grove, ni., visited her sister, the Weldon Brandts, and at the home of her son and family, the George Andersons. The Andersons moved to the farm formerly occupied by the Ormal Guinns. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johansonand William Tobin, and Mrs. Elmer Potter, Algona, were visitors at the Good Samaritan Home, YOUR NEW FULLER BRUSH REPRESENTATIVE JAMES T. YOUNGWIRTH KOSSUTH CO. SOUTH OF HIWAY 18 PLUS LOTTS CREEK & UNION TWPS. PHONE 679-4254 WESLEY, IA. YOU CAN DO A FIGURE no skipping, no missing, no wrapping, with this new, positive twin drive SHADY HAYMAKER! w/ i mprove your ha y cr °P by 50% 50% faster, softer, more palatable Saves the pnv 1 u&ufi&B™^ otl ? er vitamin content Your BRADY HAYMAKER will crimp the stems and release ™f S ?nHT S , tUre W J th ° U L dama S in S nutritious leaves Call today for a free demonstration on your farm BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALOONM JANE EISENBACHER WESLEY - Plans for an Oct. 28 wedding are made by Jane Eisenbacher, Wesley, daughter of Vincent Eisenbacher and the late Dorothy Eisenbacher, and Terry Krout, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Krout, Cherokee, Kans. Miss Eisenbacher is a graduate of Garrigan High School. Mr. Krout is a graduate of Southeast Rural High School, Cherokee, Kans., and of the department of vocational technical training, Kansas State College at Pittsburg, Kans. He is presently employed as a draftsman for the Phillips Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, Okla. The wedding will take place at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Wesley. Algona, one day last week to see Mr. Tobin's brother, John J. Tobin, who has been a resident there for the past several months. An open house was held at the Paul Pugsley home at Elmore Sunday for Mrs. Cora Nutt, former resident of this area. Mrs. Nutt has made her home in California for many years, but some residents will remember she and her husband, the Wilbur Nutts, many years ago when they farmed north of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison attended the Zimmerman family reunion Sunday at Iowa Lake Park. They were relatives of her mother, Mrs. Tony Lohse. Other persons attended included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohse, Mr. and Mrs. David Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison drove to Hutchinson, Minn, to bring back grandsons Michael and Mark Mortensen for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hesseldahl and Mary Lynn, and Mrs. Anchor Hesseldahl, all of Winnebago, were Sunday evening callers attheVirgilJensenhome. Lowell Jensen arrived home Tuesday from Ft. Lewis, Wash, after completing basic training with the National Guard. He has been gone since Feb. 18. In August he will go to Alaska for summer camp. Plea Made To Farmers On Mowing Plans Iowa farmers are urged by State Conservation Commission game officials to delay mowing government acres as long as possible. The cold, rainy weather has severely hampered pheasant nesting and many hens were killed on their nests during recent mowing. Game officials said many pheasants are now well into incubation and are not flushing before mowers. The commission asks farmers to raise their mower blades eight to ten inches off the ground while clipping government acres to avoid as much as possible the killing of pheasants. New Law Will Control Young Boat Pilots Iowa Legislators have passed a nev/ lav/ dealing with juvenile boat operators, the State Conservation Commission said today. According to the law, no owner or operator of a vessel powered by a motor of more than six horsepower is allowed to permit anyone under 12 years old to operate the vessel, unless he is accompanied by a responsible person at least 18 years old who is an experience motorboat operator. Conservations Commission officials said the new law went into effect July 1. Kramersmeier Funeral Held At Ledyard Funeral services for Miss Olga Kramersmeier, 66, formerly of Ledyard, were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church in Ledyard. Miss Kramersmeier died at 7 a.m. Friday in a Chicago hospital after an illness of about eight months. She was born July 10, 1900 at Ledyard and received her education there. She was a beauty operator in Chicago un- till retiring because of ill health. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Lena Junkermeier of Albert City and Mrs. AnnaSchaffer of Minneapolis; five brothers, William of Algona, Albert of Buffalo Center, John, Arthur and Ervin, all of Ledyard. Burial was at Highland Home Cemetery at Ledyard. Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Fur Harvest Is $815,957 For Past Season Raw furs sold by Iowa trappers during the 1966-67 season were valued at $815,957.01, according to reports submitted to the State Conservation Commission by 146 licensed fur buyers. Fur prices for all species except mink and beaver were below last year's averages. Beaver was the only species that showed a significant increase. Perhaps the trappers responded to the increase because the harvest more than doubled the previous years' take. Harvest figures were up for all major species, including muskrats, mink, raccoon and fox. The reduced demand for wild fur in Europe caused market prices to drop near the end of the trapping season. Taking all factors into consideration, it was a good year for the Iowa trappers. More Bunnies In State Now Than Last Year Early summer observations reveal cottontail rabbits to be in good supply, the State Conservation Commission said today. Reports to the Commission indicate an abundance of old and young rabbits being seen in nearly all counties of the state. Excessive rainfalls during June seem to have had little effect on the broods of cottontails. Flooding of bottom lands are undoubtedly the cause for reduced cottontail populations along many of our streams but the net effect of the loss is not significant on a state-wide basis, Commission biologists say. Club Tour The annual tour of the Prairie Future Farmers 4-H club was held June 25. The tour started at the home of Daniel and Robert Bernhard. We judged a pen of four sheep and a pen of four hogs there. At the Billy Mayer farm all members judged the four dairy cows. At the home of Mark Studer we judged four beef calves. Everyone went to the home of the other club members to see their projects. The tour ended at the Niedzielski place. Sunday night the club had a potluck picnic at the Wesley Park. Irvington Ideals The Irvington Ideals 4-H workshops were held recently at the Raymond Harig residence. Roll call was report a good book I have read and each member was to bring a sack lunch. Projects and Achievement Day were discussed. Also, Frances and Denise Jenkinson will give a demonstration. Leader presentation was how to prepare and finish or refinish wood. Other demonstrations were given by Rachel Jenkinson, Nancy Mayer, Sharon Hix and Judy Nail. Donate Fertilizer As a result of the cooperation of Kossuth county, which allowed Custom Farm Services, Inc. to use roads on which to land spray planes recently, the company is donating fertilizer to the county for use on the courthouse lawn Phil Pfeffer, Titonka manager] and Jerry Krause, Corwith manager forCFS, made the announcement Friday. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Jane Becker Is Bride Of School Board, Don Potthoff At Wesley facility Visit School Site Jane Becker, daughter of Mrs. Justine Becker and the late Matt Becker, and Donald Potthoff, son of Mrs. Albert Uckteig and the late Alvin Potthoff, were united in marriage Saturday, June 24, at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. R. W. Phillips. The bride was escorted by her brother, Bob Becker. Her sister, Joyce, served as maid of honor; Margaret Lickteig was bridesmaid, and Shari Reding, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Attending the groom as best man was Marv Maas. Groomsman was Dennis Potthoff, and Terry Gilliam, nephew of the groom, was ringbearer. Ushers were Luke Kollasch and Mike Lickteig. Mrs. Wilfred Becker was organist and her daughter, Mary Jo, was soloist. A dinner reception for 250 guests was held in the parish hall. Marlene Harr and Diane Becker had the guest book. In charge of the gifts were Marlene Schneider, Jane Eisenbacher and Janice Ricke. The godmothers of the couple, Mrs. Arnold Kollasch and Mrs. Louis Riesberg, cut the cake. Helen and Ruth Lickteig served punch. Mrs. Vernon Berte and Mrs. Allen Vaske poured coffee. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Elmer Doughan were dining room hosts. Several of the bride's nieces served as waitresses. The bride and groom are both graduates of Garrigan High School. The bride is employed at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., and the groom will attend Emmetsburg Junior College. (Glenn's Studio Photo) At the special meeting of the Board of Education Wednesday evening the board of education of the Algona Community School District met at the new high school site with the architect and members of the local teaching staff to discuss location of the proposed new high school building. They included a review of the various athletic, physical education and recreational areas to be located on the 38 acre site which already included fqotball, baseball and practice fields. The board also reviewed proposals for housing the five extra elementary classrooms that are needed for the school year J967- 68. Teaching contracts for 1967-68 were approved, Vacancies ifemaining to fill for 1967-68 are kindergarten and high school age special education. The board approved the renewal of lease for another three year term for the Tschetter building for use for vocational shop classes at the same lease rate as for the past term, $275 per month. Business Manager, Vaughn Rising, reported vacancies in the following non-certifiedpositions, to be filled within the next few weeks: custodian — 2 positions; bus driver — 3 positions. Transportation routes were tentatively outlined for the coming year, including one extra route over the present 12 routes operated in the past year. Supt. O. B. Laing reviewed major budget items for 1967-68 involving the purchase of additional classroom furniture, audio-visual equipment, office machines, building and equipment repairs. The board tentatively set Monday, July 17, for consideration of the 1967-68 school budget which is currently being prepared. 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