The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
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ET- 8-Algona (Id.) Upper D« Molne* Thursday, Sept. 7, 1967 Linda Ramus, Thomas Lang Wed, Lone Rock • Presbyterian Church at Lone Rock was the setting Aug. 26 for t the wedding of Linda Sue Ramus and Dr. Thomas A. Lang. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus of Lone Rock and Mr. :and Mrs. Walter Lang of Glen- :ville,Mlnn. - The Rev. Albert C. Bullock . officiated for the 8 p.m. double '.ring nuptials. A reception following was attended by 250 guests. ... Bridal attendants were Sylvia Thompson as maid of honor, and ^Eileen Lindsey, Sue Johnsrud and 'Judy Naylon as bridesmaids. James Lang attendedhisbroth- er as best man. Groomsmen were Tim Lang, brother of the groom, and Larry and John Ramus, brothers of the bride. Following a wedding trip to Denver, Colo., they are now at home in Clarks Grove, Minn. Mrs. Lang, a graduate of Sentral Community High School and DeLyle's Academy of Beauty Culture, will continue her employment at the Style-Mor Beauty Salon in Albert Lea. The groom, a graduate of Glenvllle High School and the University of Minnesota, is practicing veterinary medicine at Clarks Grove. Ex-Portland Twp. Man Dies After Tree Fall PORTLAND - The community was shocked and saddened by the death of Tob (Clarence) Graham, of Adel. The Graham family grew •tip here in Portland and most of them still live near by. Tob fell .from a tree he was trimming, J;breaking several vertebrae In his •Jack and also his hip. He was ^taken ;to the hospital where he •Idled a short time later. »I He was buried Thursday, Aug- •Jist 31, at Panora, Iowa. Rela- jjives going for the funeral from 'ihe area were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Graham and Jay Graham, $Burt; Dwight Graham, Mr. and Robert Ringsdorf, Mr. and Fred Jennings, Mrs. Harvey :"Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe rPBoekelman, all of Titonka; Mr. ^and Mrs. Arthur Graham, Forest > City; Mr, and Mrs. Jake Godden •ijand Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow, jjAlgona; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox, ,-SMr, and Mrs. Richard Fox, Mrs. /Harry Crook and Mr. and Mrs. ;jj:arl Young, Mason City; Mrs. .•"John McGuire and Mrs. Jess CLashbrook of Algona also at- 'Hended. '<?. - n . •,5 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl were •/Sunday dinner guests IntheClar- 'i'ence Diers home at Bancroft. > Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparks of "jjBettendorf spent the Labor Day j holiday in the home of Mrs. ••Howard Sparks, They returned /.home Monday. •i Recent visitors in the home of ?Mrs, Howard Sparks were Mrs. .^Duane Lauer and family, Macks:|»burg; Barbara, Cathy and JoEllen -•Dimond, Algona; Rev. Hanson, *f*Tttonka; Mrs. Gene Meyer, Burt; >*Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond, Britt; ^Betty Tlach, Britt; Mrs. Joe •l-Goetz, Mrs, Ruth Sparks, Mrs, ';Larry Grandgenette and Maria, 'Jail Wesley; Mrs. Frank Biegger band baby, Des Molnes; and Mrs. ;<JPhil Welland, Las Vegas,' Nev, •;* Mary Eden and Mrs. Tony > Jandl «aUed at the Hugh William Shome in Burt to help them cele- //brate their, 25th wedding anaiver- 5«sary, which was Friday. | Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ross, Ar- ;aita and Art of Erometsburg were ^Saturday visitors in the Tony % Jandl home. Art is home on a : *:tweaty-day leave from the Army. £ Mr." and Mrs, Victor Fitch land Jw}y t Stanley Ruse, Mr. and "" ~ Harms and family, , Mr, and Mrs. Rich• ( «04 .Randy enjoyed i famjjy get-together andpotluck picnic supper Saturday evening in the Arthur Hix home in Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ringsdorf of Titonka visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse last Thursday evening. A Marlow family get-together dinner and supper was held Sunday in the Richard Bristow home at LuVerne, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Harms of Redfield, So. Dak. who came to visit Mrs. Harms' mother, Mrs.ClaraMar- low at the Heritage rest home in Bancroft and other relatives. Other guests at the get-together were Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Marlow, Doug and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and family, Algona; and Kris Hanselman of LuVerne. Clyde Bristow of Burt was an afternoon caller. Julie Thompson started work August 28th at the Sun Coast Hospital In Largo, Fla., as a medical technologist. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John of Ankeny spent Labor Day here. The J. R. Thompsons and Jack Thompsons were Labor Day dinner guests in the Edmund Larson home. "With the high cost of living these days, you have to keep reminding yourself thatit's cheaper by the doesn't." Cylinder Lady Succumbs At 71 Mrs. Harry Barkve, Sr., 71, lifelong resident of the Cylinder area, died Tuesday morning at Palo Alto County Hospital In Emmetsburg after being a patient there for three days. Funeral services are pending at the Sietsema Funeral Home in Emmetsburg. Survivors Include her husband, Harry; three daughters, Mrs. Ervin Berkland, Mrs. Lloyd Strand, both of Cylinder, Mrs. Ray Piehl, Chlppewa Falls, Wise,; one son, Harry, Jr., Cylinder; 19 grandchildren; also one sister and one brother, Mrs. Neva Randa and Morris Jacobspn, both ol Cylinder. -100th- Three Jowans were feted in August on the occasions of their 100th birthdays. Mrs. Julia Severson, Soldier; Mrs. Aon, wacher, Denver an^- chamfl, Carlisle aBre centennial years test njpnth. Call For Exam To Fill L-Rock P.O. An examination for Postmaster at Lone Rock, Iowa, with a salary of $6113 a year, will be open for acceptance of applications until Sept. 26, 1967, the Civil Service Commission announces. Competitors for the postmaster vacancy must have at least one year of experience (education above the high school level may be substituted for 6 months of experience) showing that they have the ability to maintain simple records of accounts or that it has given them a knowledge of postal procedures. Competitors must also show that they are of good reputation and that they can meet and deal with the public agreeably and effectively. Applicants must take a written test. Those who pass will be assigned final ratings on the basis of this test and on their experience, and fitness for the position. They must have resided within the delivery of the post office for one year immediately preceding the closing date of the examination. In addition, they must have reached their 18th birthday on the closing date for acceptance of applications. Persons over 70 years of age cannot be appointed. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for appointment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, politics, or any other non-merit factor. Complete Information about the examination requirements and instructions for filing applications may be obtained at the post office for which this examination is being announced. Application forms must be filed with the U.S. Civil Service Commission, Washington, D.C. 20415 and must be received or postmarked not later than the closing date. Name Workers For Children's Society Drive Iowa children in need of help are claiming the time and attention of some Kossuth county residents this week. Volunteers for the Iowa Children's Home Society are contacting neighbors and acquaintances, asking them to help with the Society's work with children and unwed mothers. -The Society specializes In care and treatment of disturbed children, provides adoptive service, and offers counseling anil planning for unwed mothers. Families and children of all religious and racial backgrounds are served by the Society, In both city and rural areas. Kossuth county volunteers are: Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton; Mrs. Alfred Baade, Titonka; Mrs. Tony Weydert, Bode; Mrs. A. B.Schenck, Algona;Mrs.Ken- neth Halverson, Fenton; Mrs. Robert Fortney, Bancroft; Mrs. Wm. Shoenhair, Bancroft; Mrs. Fay Asche, Bancroft;Mrs.Glenn F. Clark, Swea City; Mrs. Marvin Johnson, Armstrong; Mrs. Luke Miller, Burt; Mrs. Harold Herzog, Ledyard; Mrs. Sidney Payne, Ledyard; Mrs. Harold Krantz, Swea City; Mrs. Don Ringsdorf, Titonka; Mrs. Richard Heyes, Lakota; Mrs. Louis Wingert, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Geo. Schroeder, Lakota; Mrs. Carl Johnson, Lakota; and Mrs. Fred Bentele, Wesley. Ben Mishler, 79, Rites, West Bend Funeral rites for Benjamin Franklin Mishler, 79, were held at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday at the First Methodist church in West Bend with Rev. Charles Bruch- mier officiating. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery, Mr, Mishler died Sunday at the Palo Alto County Hospital in Emmetsburg where he had been a patient for a week. Survivors are his wife, Molly; one son, Lonnle Mishler, ElkharV Ind.; and three daughters, Mrs, Goldie Luft, Carroll; Mrs. Dorothy Fritz, Ankeny; Mrs. Roszella Engle, Humboldt; one sister, Mrs. Early Bontrager, Middleburg, Ind,; eleven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mr, Mishler was born in Howard County, Ind, He was married at Manson in 19U to.ftfpljy Kaufman. He moved totheHaver lock community in 1934 where be, .farmed until moving into "West Bend in 1948. Mr. Mishler was a member of the First Methodist church. COMMUNITY CALENDAR THURSDAY, Sept. 7-Kossuth Lodge meets, 8 p. m. FRIDAY, Sept. 8- High school baseball at Bancroft, 3:45 p. m. MONDAY, Sept. 11 - School board election at town hall. Cast your ballot 12:00 noon to 7 p. m. High school baseball atRingsted, 3:30 p. m. School board meets, 8 p. m. TUESDAY, Sept. 12-Kossuth Chapter Eastern Star meets, 8 p. m. THURSDAY, Sept. 14 - Past Matrons meet with Mary Georgia Hansen, 2:15 p. m. Program by Millie Klamp and Trella Patterson. Ex-Auditor Of Kossuth Dies In So. Dakota SWEA-EAGLE - Andrew L. Anderson, an old timer from this area, passed away at the age of 95 at a rest home at Mobridge, So. Dak., on August 31. He was born March 8, 1872 at Algona, a son of Olaf and Hannah Anderson. The family moved to Swea City while he was still quite young. He received his education in the Algona and Swea City schools. He was associated with the State Bank of Swea City for a number of years and in 1907 was elected Auditor of Kossuth County. He served in this capacity until 1911. He moved to Timber Lake, So. Dak., and took a homestead there. He served there as County Auditor and later fs County Treasurer until his retirement In Dewey County, S.D. He was also involved in ranching. He maintained his membership in Swea City Immanuel Lutheran Church. He had spent the last two years in Mobridge, S.D. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Malmsten, Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Ida Leffert, Algona, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded In death by one sister, Miss Emma Anderson and one brother, J.J. Anderson, who were both of Swea City. Services were held Saturday, Sept 2, at 10:00 a.m. at the Methodist Church at Timber Lake, S. D. with Masonic rites, and at Swea City, Monday, Sept. 4, at 2:00 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, with Rev. Julius Peterson officiating. Interment was in Harrison Township Cemetery. Arrangements were by Reese-Henry Funeral Home. Legion Post To Honor Peace Officers Here Area peace officers, including those from the Kossuth sheriffs office, Algona city police and Iowa highway patrolmen, will be special guests ofhorioratHagg-Turn- er Post 90 of the American Legion, next Monday evening, Sept. 11, at the Veterans Memorial Building here. All Legion members, both regular and social, are invited to attend. A spaghetti and meatball dinner will be served before the meeting, and following the meeting there will be dancing. Tickets may be purchased at the lounge In Veterans Memorial for $2.50 per couple. Bible Institute The Algona Circuit Bible Institute will open this Sunday, September 10 at 7:30 p.m. with the first of the six sessions at Livermore and Whittemore. There are two adult courses: Great Chapters of the Bible with instructors Rev, Arnold Vehling of Lone Rock and Rev. Clifford Bliss of Cylinder; and The Church In The World with instructors Rev, Cieo Kautsch of Whittemore and Rev. Walther Ostermeier of West Bend. The course for teenagers entitled, The New Morality, will have three sessions with the first at Whittemore. Instructors are Rev, Paul Sohn of Algona and Rev. Rex Splcer of Fenton. Father Posse* - Miles Hanlfy, 65, Brandon, father of Mrs. Robert Watson, Algona, died suddenly Week nesday, Aug. 23, there after suffering a stroke. Funeral services were held at Vinton the following Saturday and the Wat- twp sons, James and Jack, Grand Rapids, Mich. The Go-Kart season is over. We wish the same group of fellows would finish the railroad crossing they might even build a big round house! NEARLY BONELESS BOSTON BUTTS Ib. CRISPRITE BACON Ib. TASTY PORK STEAK Ib. MONARCH FROZEN POT PIES for SATHER'S MONARCH FROZEN COOKIES ! LEMONADE tin BORDEN'S WHIPPING CREAM DES MOINES BLEACH gal. MONARCH SALT box TASTY LOAF CHEESE lib. box CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE GIFT HQM5I STAMPS BURT, IOWA WE GIVE GIFT HOMSi STAMPS • ^ll^Sfe ( >

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