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Quartet Appears Here Tlfe Laymen Quartet of Holland, la., is a well-known gospel quartet in the middle west. They have made many wonderful friends through their ministry in word and song. This o^iartet was organized in 1961 and endeavors to present concerts not only jfor listening pleasure, but also for spiritual uplift as well. Members are Orlen Kruger, Jim Kruse, Alvin Smit, Arnold Eiten and Ray Hinders, pianist. They will present a concert at the Presbyterian church, Sunday, Nov. 19, 7:30 p. m, sponsored by the Algona Mariners Club. ACTION BRUCE OLSON, Kathy Sohn, Dean Teeter, Tim Will, Linda Ruhnke and Barb Jergenson were selected as members of the North Central Iowa honor band. Way to go, you guys 1 - o - THE SOPHOMORES may lack some experience under the boards in basketball but one person to look out for is the bass guitarist. p.f, the Fabulous Sounds, Gary Hagen.J.'.He can really get mean at times . . . even though he can't fit in an automobile tire 1 - o - THE STUDENT council last week issued.a.student body poll. The main .concern was to have the annual Sno-ball dance or not. We are all anxiously awaiting the results. i - o - IF ^OU think the wrestlers are th£ only ones who lose weight you're quite wrong. One of our basketball "Whizzies'J Den Richter, lost 18 Ibs. in two day's work. Don't sweat it though, Den, Howie should let up on you guys! Won't you, Coach ? - o - WEDNESDAY WAS a pleasure for AHS students as the parent- teacher conferences were held. We should have more of them. - o' - A CITIZENSHIP poll was sponsored bytheF.H.A. Friday before and after school for anyone wishing to see how puch of a citizen he is. Did anyone see Marsha Geilenfeld taking that poll ? _ o- A SUPER F.B.L.A. bake sale was held after school Friday so they could make a little money . . . was Ernie Wolter there by any chance ? *".;:. A VETERANS Day program was held last Friday for the AHS populus. Guest speaker was Lt. Col. Batt. We commend the flag- bearers for their stamina ... not one of them moved a muscle while holding those heavy guns and flags! - o - FOLLOWING THE Vet's Day assembly Mr. Christie, varsity football coach, gave awards to our valiant gridders for their outstanding play this year. Randy Riedinger and Phil Bode made first team All-Conference. Second team selections went to Tom Jones, Mike Dreyer, Smokey Barr, Jim Utt and Mike Betts. Honorable mention was given to Don Hagen, Niel Smith, Rich and Tim Black and Steve Claude. Algona had more men placed on the first two all-conference teams than any other school, including champion Webster City I - o - MIKE DREYER won the football paddle for his great work in the last game of the year ... he racked up 17 points that night. - o - A LITTLE Capitol • Jargon action now - When you've been arrested by the "man" you are said to have been "BUSTED." Another new thing is on the scene in the way of names instead of calling somebody by his (or her) simple one-word name like Eddie, ifs groovey to say "FAST Eddie" or "FAST Jack". Believe it or not, the term "outta sight" has come and gone . . . now it's "outta HAND." - o - WE'RE INTERESTED in knowing what a couple more terms we heard last week mean. One was "MMMmmmmMMMMm . . . goodies, goodies, goodies 1" as the "boss, Dave Lowman created it. The other was "Wabash Jawbash" used by Kim Sloniker. Their jargon is beyond us I Auxiliary Of Hospital Has Drive Success The St. Ann Auxiliary membership committee, consisting of Laura Hough, Nelda Finn and Grace Kouba, issued thanks this week to the following ladies who helped to make the membership drive such a success: Algona - Joan Mertz, Marion Ferris, Beverly Zender, Harriett Rudd, Frances Moe, Helen Lukes, Jean Clapsaddle, Barbara Detrick, Zelda McGuire, Vivian Egel, Mary Hellen Cassel, Marie O'Brien, Kathryn Klein, Agnes Dreesman, Pearl Moore, Bonnie Bradford, Minnie Studer, Julie Winkel, Veronica Roethler, Henrietta Bowman. Madonna Skogstrom, Shirley Koob, Peggy Guster, Jean Harris, Sharon Cowan, Trella Patterson, Marge Bartholomew, LoisStroh- man, Shirley Cubit, Vivian Gilbert, Bessie Telecky, Darlene Stephenson, Loretta Bruch, Beverly Wagner, Jean Skilling, LaVonne McCabe, Marlene Dutton, Jean McAtee, Monica Storr, Lucille Navoichick, Betty Wiltgen, Meta Gunder, Loretta Nauholz, Deanne Cogdall. Edythe Wolf, Dolores Winkel, Judy Kingsfield, Maxine Rooney, Rose Scanlan, Margaret Atherton, Janice Altman, Marie Ewen, Irene Waldron, Margaret Kent, Marie Welp, Alma Marshall, LaVonne McVay, Nell Linnan, Dorothy Devine, Velma Morz, Helen Klooster, Nancy Bal'lard, Luanna Ditsworth, Elvera Kajewski, Jane Frisbie, Mary Neuroth, Betty Rezac and Alice Condon. Bancroft - Mrs. Carole Welp and Mrs. Mary Ellen Menke. Burt - Mrs. Lilliam Fredricksen. Whittemore - Mrs. Leonard Elbert. Titonka - Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, St. Joe-Mrs. Irene Bormann, Mrs. Roy Kohlhaas, Mrs. Vernon Berte, Mrs. Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Bill McGuire, Mrs, Ed McGuire, Mrs. Connie Kunkel, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Mrs. Stahl. If we have missed anyone who would like to join the St. Ann Auxiliary will you please contact any of the persons listed above. Curtain Burned A curtain burned, causing very little damage, at the home of Elmer Stebritz, 314 N. Jones st., here at 1:55 p.m. Monday. Algona firemen were called and put out the blaze. A light cord ignited the curtain. Fund Started For Injured Algona Girl A fund has been started to give financial aid to a rural Algona couple whose daughter is recovering from serious injuries she received in a farm accident Nov. 7. According to word received by this office late Tuesday afternoon, anyone wishing to give Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler monetary aid may do so by sending a contribution to Mrs. Dick Buscher, 509 East McGregor st., Algona. The money will be used by the family to take care of extensive medical bills being Incurred as a result of the injuries of their daughter, Jacqueline, 14, an eighth grade student at Algona High School. The girl, an honor roll student, suffered a broken pelvis and punctured abdomen and will be hospitalized for some time as the result of the mishap, which occurred when the steel tongue of a wagon being used to haul corn broke and pinned her to the tractor which was pulling it. Further information on the fund may be obtained by calling Mrs. Buscher; . Fall Rally Of Lutherans Is Slated Here PR. ROSIN - Trinity Lutheran jChurch, Algona, will be host to the Algona Zone, Lutheran Laymen's League Fall Rally, Sunday, Nov. 19. The Rally will begin with a 6:30 banquet for League members. The public is invited to hear the guest speaker, Dr. Walter L. Rosin at 8 p.m. His topic will be "The Church and the Modern World". Dr. Rosin was born Dec. 18, 1928 at Boyd, Minn. He has been professor of Theology since 1962 at Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Neb. He holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Divinity, Master of Sacred Theology, and- Doctor of Theology degrees, and is a member of the Literature board, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. program at Manson. Last Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Berg were guests of the V.F.\V. post at Estherville. The occasion was the annual anniversary observance by the post and Auxiliary there. Commander Berg was the principal speaker. Also attending from Swea City were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kvamsc'.ale. Mrs. Kvamsdale is the Tenth District Auxiliary president. There were 330 people in attendance at the supper. Only One UDM Next Week; To Print Tuesday Due to Thanksgiving next Thursday, the Upper Des Moines will publish only one issue next week. The press will roll Tuesday instead of the normal Monday and Wednesday schedule. As a result, all correspondents for this newspaper are asked to mail their copy at least one clay early-and reminded to call collect if am major news breaks after correspondence has been mailed. Readers should also note that many Thanksgiving (and some early Christmas) suggestions will be found in ads in today's Upper Des Moines. Others will appear in the single Tuesday issue next week. Girl Suffers Burns In Fall From Auto Here A 16-year old Algona girl, Karen Peterson, sustained painful gravel burns to her arm and shoulder when she fell from the auto in which she was riding on a gravel road south of the city Tuesday evening. Driver of the auto was LuAnn Holt, also of Algona. Miss Peterson apparently leaned against the door, it came open and she rolled onto the road. The mishap was reported to local police. Rites Are Held Monday For Lone Rock Man LONE ROCK - Funeral rites were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft for Mark Bierle, 83, Lone Rock. Rev. Albert Bullock officiated. Mr. Bierle was born Oct. 10, 1883 in Morgan county, West Virginia, and died Friday evening of a heart attack at his home. He had four sisters and two brothers who preceeded him in death and is survived by many nieces and nephews. Casket bearers were Harlan Blanchard, Alf Krueger, Henry Schroeder, Bernard Pettit, Eugene Harson and John Dixon. Burial took place at the Burt cemetery. Former Burt dill-. .-urheruicateri, for allow- ar-.' '•• .ind unlfss sn filod within siv months from the second publi- ca-i'ii of this notice (unless o;'- i r.visp allowed or p.iii!) such clat-v shall thereafter be forever ba: :<-.'.. D.i'fi this 10th .lay of N<•-.-•-':r.her. U'GT. Vert; L. MrCUirc Administrator of sal.!Estate Alcon.i, luv.a Bi: :.,i:-..it! f. MrCH'.rf Attorneys for said Administrator Ah- ':.!. Iowa Dd'r of SO' •<>::.I publication : 21 sr day of November, 19>'T. (88 \ R!') Harold Hansen Man Passes; Passes Here; Rites Friday Funeral Held Harold N. Hansen, 77, longtime resident of LuVerne who had been living at the Good Samaritan Home here in recent years, died there Sunday. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St.Olaf s Lutheran Church at Bode, with Rev. Norman Johnson officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here, with McCullough's Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. He was born near Oslo, Norway Aug. 20, 1890, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nickoli Hansen. He was married Oct. 16, 1916 at Bode, and his wife, Dagmar, preceded him in death Nov. 26, 1965. They farmed in Nebraska for 20 years, then farmed in the LuVerne area, retiring in 1957. He was a member of St. Olaf Lutheran church. Survivors include six daughters, Ann (Mrs. Russell Kelley), Algona; Twila (Mrs. Clarence Bathke), and Edith (Mrs. Edward Wiedman), Norfolk, Nebr.j Nina (Mrs. H. L, Watts), Calif.; Nordis (Mrs. Roger Mortinsbak), Clear Lake, S. D.; and Laura, (Mrs. G. Haushild), Orville, Calif.; two sisters, Ragnhild Kinseth, Ft. Dodge, and Gunhild, Norway; a brother, Loudwig, Norway; 30 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. 1$ Speaker Earl L. Berg, Commander of the Iowa VfW, was principal speaker at the Veterans Day BURT - Wilhelm R. C. Voigt, 57, former Burt resident, died Nov. 13 at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. He had been in failing health for the past three years and succumbed to emphysema. Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m at St. John's Lutheran Church, Burt, with Rev. Edwin Bishop officiating. Burial will be in Burt township cemetery and Garry Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Wilhelm Voigt was born March 22, 1910 at Union City, Okla.,the son of Robert and Amanda Scliu- lemberg Voigt. He came to Whittemore with his parents at the age of 16 and moved to Burt in 1938. dflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Pri'lMt" NV. 02:" NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF A. Paul Hn-lscn, !)<'<•".iM'cl. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF A. Paul Hti ison, Dect'.t.so'l: You arc held';, notlfii-d 'li.it iv. the 10th 'lay of NovemUM , U"'>~, tho last will and H'statr.iMit o: A. P.Hll Hudson, docnascd. l-c.i: int: datp of the 30Hi da> ot Man li, l'.i">, was admitted to probate in the alxivu named murt and that Gladys Hudson was ap- pmmrd executor of said estate. Notice is further fit von that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one yoar from the date of the second publication ui this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further Klven that all persons Indebted to sal (lest ate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file then; with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 10th day of November, 19G7. Gladys Hudson Executor of said Estate Fenton, Iowa Delia Welter Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 21st day of November, 1967. (88 & 89) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9223 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ernest Q. Bendlen, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, lot- allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be d-r- ever barred. Dated thisSthdayof Novemln-.- , 1967. Joseph J. Str ;i ' Administrator of said K -.-.:•• Algeria. ' • Linnan, Lynch'& Straub Attorneys for saidAdminis' ;-• Algona, Iowa Date of second publicatin:. ; 21st day of November, 19C7. (88 & 89) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 922G NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Emma Manus, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate' payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, IN THE DISTRICT CCH'HT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSfTH CCTNTY probate No. '.'21"< NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF J. P. H.'Uptii.ann. Decease :. TO ALL FEHSL'NSINTKKKSTED IN THE ESTATE CF ,1. P. H.^p- mann, Dece.is.. i . You arr !-.' : i "I '• : . :- ::'.' !•'.••-.". 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In: alliiwaiifc ; .mil null's^ MI tilcM within six inciiths f i iM'i-. tlii- seen i ui publication ol this nniiee (unless otherwise allowed or p.n i) such claim shall thi'realler be forever barred. Dated this l-i:l da;. of Novembei . I'.)!',". Clara M. llauptinann Executor of sar'.Est.ile Wes!i'|, , loV.a MeMahon & Cassel Attorneys lor .said F..xecutur Altiona, Iowa Date of second public,it Ion: 21st day ol November, 1!)G7. (HI! 4 8'J) INVINCIBLE MF.TAL FUR- MTURE frsmclilsi'il dealc-r — Upper DCS Moini's I'ul). Co. Thursday, Nov. 16, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper DiJ Mdfflt«-i Licenses to Wed Three wedding licenses were issued this week at the office of Countv Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to Carlos R.Meiss and Jane Metzger, Nov. 8; and Joseph Arndorfer and Frances Moe; and John E. 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