The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1967 · Page 13
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14—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1967 Swea Honors State Cmdr. Berg, V.F.W. A recognition banquet honoring Earl Berg of Swea City was held at the V.F.W. Post at Swea City, Saturday, Sept. 2. Earl Berg was elected State of Iowa Department Commander of the V. F. W. at the State convention in June, 1967. State officers attending the banojiet were Luella Schmidt, V.F.W. Auxiliary department president from Schaeller; Lloyd Rockne, department senior vice commander from Estherville, also the commander of the 10th district, John Appelhons from Thompson, and Elsie Kvamsdale of Swea City, the 10th district Auxiliary president. Areamem- bers also were in attendance. Three past commander plaques were presented to William Walstead, Dennis Lunn and Robert Holms by George Elliott, the Swea City post commander. A gift was presented to Earl Berg by the post commander in recognition for his devoted service to the V.F.W. for the past 22 years. A special thank you was given to Mrs. Marilyn Jorgenson of Swea City in recognition of a gavel presented to the post in memory of her late husband, William Jorgenson. Russel Strayer, Ceylon, Minn., acted as master of ceremonies. Mr. andMrs.GusSimonsmeier were introduced as special guests. Mr. Simonsmeier is past commander of the Ledyard Legion and his wife, Ruth, is past president of the 8th district. Mr. Berg is a Swea City rural mail carrier and former Ledyard carrier. He is a credit to the V.F.W. organization and, in every respect popular among his fellowmen. Turkey Dinner ARMSTRONG - There will be a Blue Mound Turkey Dinner, Sunday, Sept. 17, serving from 4 to 8 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church Center in Armstrong. Expected Big School Ballot Here Monday With four candidates seeking two posts on the board and perfect weather for an election, a large turnout of voters was expected to go to the polls in three precincts during the Algona Community School District election here Monday (yesterday). The polls were open from noon to 7 p.m. Incumbents Ruth Bay and Robert Black and two well- known Algona men, Phil Diamond and Joe Lynch, had filed for the posts held by Mrs. Bay and Mr. Black. Voters were also to determine if they want five or seven members on the board in the future. Algona Lady's Mother Dies, Buffalo Center Mrs. Essie Pink, 81, Buffalo Center, mother of Mrs. Arthur Odgaard, Algona, died Friday at the hospital there. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Congregational church there and burial followed at Graceland cemetery. She was born at Tipton and married John Pink of Buffalo Center June 20, 1920. Survivors, besides the daughter here, include her husband; another daughter, Mrs. Vivian Betels, Estherville; a son, David, Oregon; four grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Mary Meyers, Eldora. Golf Meeting All 200 shareholders of the new Whittemore Golf Club were invited to attend a meeting at St. Michael's school there tonight (Tuesday). The group is expected to authorize completion of the option of land for the golf course, located about a mile east of Whittemore. It is hoped construction of the course can get underway this fall. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER John Cordes Home From 2-Year Peace Corps Job John Cordes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Cordes of Lakota, formerly Titonka area residents, returned to the United States Sunday, Aug. 13, after two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in India. John began his tenure in the Peace Crops in June, 1965. After a short leave at home, following indoctrination, he and his fellow volunteers went overseas, but were unable to enter India immediately because of the 1965 Indo-Pakistani conflict. In order to give the volunteers both a practical and an educational experience, they were placed on various agricultural projects in Israel. During the two months they spent in Israel, ample time was allowed for extended travel in the Holy Land for the further development of their new skills. Finally John's group was allowed to enter India. A one week "in-country" orientation preceded his first trip to Kota and his new home for the next 19 months. Kota is a small city in the desert state of Rajasthan in northwest India. While in India, John taught economics and physical education in the local college, worked with neighborhood youth clubs and helped to establish a poultry industry and cooperative association. He was also granted considerable vacation time and was able to see all of India and its environs. In early June of this year, his tour in India ended. After his termination had been processed he spent nearly three months touring the Middle East and Europe before arriving home. John said that he would do it again and described his two years in the Peace Corps as the best of his life. They have given him many opportunities to learn, to understand, to travel and to develop personally. He said he would recommend the Peace Corps to anyone who is looking for a challenge and an insight into the world of the not so developed countries. School Cook Meeting A conference for school lunch cooks and administrators of Kossuth, Winnebago, Hancock, Humboldt, and Wright counties will be held on September 28 at Algona. The afternoon conference will begin at 3:30 and close at 5:30. Those who arrive at 3:00 will have the opportunity to tour the local kitchen and storeroom area. Irvington Ideals The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals was held for the month of August in the St. Benedict school hall. It was decided for an activity to make dishtowels or potholders for the hall, and sell Christmas cards to make money. After the meeting they worked on record books. Kathy Bernhard gave a talk on "Awareness." The Jenkinson girls were hostesses. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moincs Pub. Co. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY PROBATE NO. 9192 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION ON THE ESTATE OF AN ABSENTEE INTHE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Marlys Duncias, AN ABSENTEE. TO: Marlys Dundas, Absentee, and to Mrs. Rollie Steele, alleged distributee of the estate of said absentee. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the petition of Mrs. Rollie Steele, duly verified alleging as follows: That the said Marlys Dundas, absentee, was a resident of this state; that her usual place of residence was in the Township of Burl, Kossuth County, State of Iowa; that her address at her last known domicile was in the Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa; and that she has without known cause, absented herself from her usual place of residence and concealed her whereabouts from her family for a period of more than five years; that said absentee has property in this state, all or part of which is situated in the County of Emmet, State of Iowa, and described in said petition and its probable value given; that so far as is known to the petitioner, the person who would be entitled to share in the estate of the absentee if she were dead Is named in said petition, namely, Mrs. Rollie Steele; that the petitioner is the mother of said absentee; that she has an interest in this estate; that this petitioner prays in said petition that administration be granted on the estate of said absentee as though she were known to be daad and that Mrs. Roliie Steele be appointed as such administrator. You are therefore notified that the court has set and fixed the 20th day of October, 1967, at 1:00 P.M. at the courthouse in Algona, County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, as the time and place of hearing on said petition and you may appear at said time and place and file objections and show cause, if any you may have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. You are further notified that on the day set for hearing if the absentee fails to appear, the court will appoint some disinterested person to appear for the absentee and all distributees not appearing and to investigate the matters and things alleged in the petition and will thereupon continue the said cause for twenty days and ma'y make further continuances from time to time as may seem proper to the court and at such continued hearing as the court may decide, without further notice, the court will hear the proofs and, if satisfied of the truth of the allegations of the petition, will enter an order establishing the death of the absentee as a matter of law and issue orders of administration upon the estate of the said absentee and proceed the same as for the administration of the estates of other decedents. Dated at Bancroft, Iowa this 8th day of September, 1967. Mrs. Rollie Steele, Petitioner West 111 -2ndAve.,North Estherville, Iowa 51334 H. J. McNertney Attorney Bancroft, Iowa 50517 (69-71-73) WATCH FOR THE GALA CELEBRATION Thursday, Sept. 21 • at SCHULTZ BROS. PLAN TO ATTEND/ 1968 THE JOLLY LUMBERJACKS AND KVFD'S BOBBY & DEE for your listening pleasure BUICKS PONTIACS CADILLACS

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