The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1968 · Page 9
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10-Algeno la.) Upper DM Moinfti Thursday, Jon. 25, I96fl MRS. DONALD DEAL is in the Spirit Lake hospital and had surgery last Monday. MR. AND MRS. Vernon Jensen left Saturday for a two-week vacation at Palata, Fla. If they find the weather not as warm as they want, they will go further south. MR. AND MRS. Charles LaBarre spent Sunday at Iowa Falls with their daughter, son-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gahan. MR. AND MRS. L. E. Linnan were made grandparents Saturday when a nine-pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert, Jr. at the Emmetsburg hospital. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert, Sr., Spencer. JACQUELINE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Limbaugh, returned to Ankeny Tuesday after a visit with her parents. She attends Faith Baptist College there. FRIENDS OF Sherman Little of San Rafael, Calif., will be sorry to learn he has been hospitalized since Dec. 18 following a heart attack and was recently released. He is recovering well, but his activities are limited. He and his wife were in Algona a year ago last fall and since he is a former Algonan, saw many old friends who enjoyed seeing him and his wife. MR. AND MRS. Alden McAdams were at Estherville Sunday and will be there again Jan. 28. Mr. McAdams, a layman of the Nazarene church, gave the sermon. MR. AND MRS. Lewis Marshall had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bush, Reinbeck, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bush, Grundy Center. The birthday of Mrs. Herbert Bush was observed Sunday. MRS. DON FERRIS entertained her sewing club Monday evening. MRS. ALVIN McMurray spent a few days recently at Bode witj her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith. She came home Friday and was visited by another daughter, Mrs. Orville Kollasch, Estherville. HARVEY Steven is now a resident at the new Good Samaritan Home. MRS. FRED PANNKUKhasre- turned from a visit at Minneapolis with her son Arlo and family. She also had cataracts removed from both eyes, the surgery having been done at Mason City. Her recovery is excellent. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Gilbert had as guests last weekend their son Michael and wife, Ames. They also visited the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius BassandMr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer. MRS. ELAINE KINSETHhadas guests Wednesday evening, her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl, Lomita, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug, Otto- sea, parents of Mrs. Oppedahl, and Mrs. Loren Bell, Chuck and Bill. It was an observance of Mrs. Kinseth's birthday. MR. AND MRS. William Ludwig had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Maims and four children, Burt, as Sunday dinner guests. JEANNE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg, who attends Mankato State College, and her friend, Jo Ann Cox, Sioux City, a student at Ames, spent the weekend here with Jeanne's parents. MRS. LYDIA WETZEL was visited Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cook, Lime Springs. Saturday, she had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Omer McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vakoc, Ft. Dodge, and the respective children. WILLIS WETZEL and his mother, Mrs.LydiaWetzel, spent Sunday at Ren wick with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kraft. BELATED NEWS concerns the death Dec. ?3 of Paul Collins, 72, Hock Rapids. His health had not been quite as good as usual and he had been told to limit his activities. Death was due to a heart fttUtck. He was a brother of Mrs. Howard Beardsley. MR. AND MRS. W. B. "Bing" MacDonald are parents of their second daughter, born Friday, Jan. 19, at St. Ann Hospital. She has been named Erin Anne and weighed seven pounds. The other daughter is Heather and is 2 1/2 years old. Mrs. MacDonald is the former Molly Sullivan. MRS. MARIE KUNZ has returned from a visit of a few days at Mason City with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Goplerud. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn were visited over the weekend by their son Bob and family of Ankeny. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen had as guests last Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Garmer Ewen, of Amboy, Minn. MRS. MARY OLSON and her guests Mr. and Mrs. James Silcott, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yeoman, Corwith, were supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Olson's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover of the Doan vicinity. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Muckey were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krantz, Titonka. MRS. PHIL KOHLHAAS was visited Sunday by her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, Wesley. EVELYN CADY had as a caller Sunday her cousin, Mrs. Vinnie Goddard, Pocahontas. She came with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehnus, Rolfe, the latter a cousin of Mrs. Goddard. They spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. William McKim, former neighbors in the Rolfe area. MRS. ELAINE KINSETH attended a meeting Jan. 15-16 at the Holiday Inn, Sioux City. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Young, former residents here and now living at Arvada, Colo., are returning home this week. They came to attend the open house held for Mrs. Young's mother, Mrs. Mary Kain, and also to see Mrs. Louise Young, mother of Mr. Young. MRS. THELMA TSCHETTER and Mrs. Elsie Winter have been vacationing in Punta Gorda, Fla. Mrs. Tschetter flew to Chicago for a visit with her son Ronnie and then via plane to Mason City where she was met Monday by Mrs. Eugene Hutchins and Mrs. Kittie Phillips. Mrs. Winter has a house trailer and will remain in Florida for the rest of the winter. MRS. ETHEL POTTER had as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chapman, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Nellie Campbell, Robins- dale, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baas, Whittemore,andMrs. Milo Rentz. Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Anna Presthus and Mrs. Fred Will left Monday for Texas for several weeks. Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Campbell will visit Mrs. Joan Sorflaten. Auction dates that'have been listed with the Upper Des Moines tor the near future follow: JANUARY 27, SATURDAY- 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Raymond W. Spear sale, at farm 2 miles north of Titanka; or 1/2 mile west of German Valley store. Machinery including 3 tractors, buildings, miscellaneous, as given in detail in Jan. 25 issue. Mother Passes WESLEY - Mrs. John Hughes of Britt, formerly of Wesley, was called to Chicago by the death of her mother, Mrs. Nellie McDougald, 98. Mrs. McDougald was the mother of four daughters and had 12 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She was buried at Chicago Jan. 9. DOCTOR Mr. John F. Veltman, a distinguished Winterset physician for 31 years, died recently at the age of 73. During his 31 years of practice in Winterset, Doctor Veltman delivered nearly 1,800 babies in the Madison county area. Wesley Couple Wed Dec, 30 At Mason City Caecilia Pfeffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pfeffer, Wesley, and Ronald E. Weiland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weiland, also Wesley, were married Dec. 30 at 1:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church by Father McGuire df Mason City. Linda Pfeffer, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Phyllis Olson, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Joe Pfeffer served his sister as best man and Wendell Weiland, brother of the groom, was groomsman. Ushers were Kendall Weiland and Dick Kornbuckle. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Mason City airport. Mrs. Kendall Weiland and Jolene Pfeffer were in charge of the guest book. After a short honeymoon, the newlyweds are at home in Mason City. The bride was formerly employed at Algona and the groom Is employed atMassey-Ferguson in Mason City. 4 Straight A In Semester At LuVerne The semester Honor Roll at LuVerne High School was announced last week by Supt. L. B. Shelton as follows: "A" Honor Roll - Juniors: Connie Hefty; Sophomores: James Bowman and David Ristau; Freshmen: ' Diane Patterson (5). "B" Honor RollSeniors: Gary Ernst, Phyllis Block, Jean Casey, Becky Daley (5), Bob Fett, Coleen Johns (5), Doug Nelson (5) and Henry Schnakenberg. Juniors: Don Bristow, Barb Hurlburt and Barry Selby. Sophomores: Larry Casey (5), Larry Curry, Raejean Hewitt (5), John Legler, Teresa Pedersen, Lee Schipull (5), Craig Stripling, Paul Swanson, Kathy Trauger, Terry Vaude (5), and Linda Wilhelm (5). Freshmen: Jennifer Wilhelm (5) and Randy Will (5). Four marks of B or better are Problem Selector "Which button, sir? " required. An A does not balance a C. For the A honor roll, four or more A marks are required. The four highest marks are considered for students taking five subjects, if needed. Pat Schumacher Is Homemaker Winner, G.H.S. Because she ranked first in a written homemaking knowledge and attitude test given senior girls in Garrigan High School here December 5, Patricia Schumacher becomes the 1968 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for her school, it has been announced. Patricia remains in contention for state and national scholarship awards ranging from $500to $5,000 and will be awarded a specially designed silver charm to mark her local achievement. A state Homemaker of Tomorrow will be selected from winners in high schools of the state in the program's next step. She will be awarded a $1,500 scholarship with a. $500 award going to the runner-up. The school of the winner will be given a set of Ency- clopaedia Britannica, by Ency- clopaedia Britannica, Inc. DIPLOMATS Czechoslovakia^ ambassador Dr. Karel Duda, and Jaromir Pribyl, second secretary of the Czechoslovakia^ embassy in Washington, D. C. visited Decorah and Spillville recently on a tour to see where the famous Czech composer Anton Dvorak lived and worked. C. J. Andrea, Spillville, served as host for the diplomats. DO YOU HAVE ALL THE HOT WATER YOU NEED? If your home, or your family, or perhaps both, has grown since your present water heater was installed, chances are you're having problems. (Mom, if you do a load of wash and the dinner dishes, is there enough hot water left for everyone to take a shower? There should be.) And, unless you like cold water bathing, and shaving, and dishwashing, a big instant-heat gas water heater is by far your best answer. For one thing, gas heat is hot the instant it comes on ... recovery time in a gas water heater is the lowest possible. Equally important, a gas heater is the least expensive to operate . . . heating costs less than Va as much as electric water heating! The best performance, at the least cost — a short story, but one that describes Thermogas water heating perfectly. Thermogas water heaters are available in 30-, 40-, 50-, and 60-gallon capacities, and we now have low prices on all natural gas and LP-Gas models. Let us demonstrate gas water heating to you sometime soon. SO. PHILLIPS ST. IN AIGONA Hobarton Elev, Folks On Trip Three directors of the Hobarton Cooperative Elevator Co. and their wives returned Friday from a trip to Florida, by air, during which they visited the fertilizer facilities of Farmland Industries, in Florida. They left Tuesday. Makingthe trip were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pompe. New Motorboat License Setup Aii act passed by the 1967 Legislature requires that Iowa resident motorboat owners must register their craft with the county recorder in the county in which they reside instead of with the Conservation Commission. Nonresidents are also required to register their motorboats with the county recorder in Iowa where the boat is principally used instead of with the Conservation Commission. The Conservation Commission will supervise the new program and furnish county recorders with forms used by individual boat owners and boat dealers. Boaters and boat dealers are urged to destroy any old forms they now have and to obtain the new forms from their recorder. Registration fees have been revised to include a writing fee paid to the county recorder for handling the transaction. The correct fee is shown on the new Iowa boat application. Under the new law, boat dealers and manufacturers will be allowed to issue "BoatRegistra- tion Applied for Cards'' which expire ten days after the purchase date. The buyer of the boat is to make application for registration to his county recorder within five days of the purchase date. AHS To Host Loop Vocal Music Festival Algona Community School will be host for the North Central Conference High School Vocal Festival Jan. 24. This will be an all- day event with a concert being held in the evening in the high school gym at 7:30 p.m. No admission charge. Four schools will be participating in the festival, Algona, director Steve R. George; Humboldt, director Mike Hall; Clear Lake, director Paul Bailey; and Eagle Grove, director Elliss Anderson. All schools will rehearse as a massed chorus during the day under the direction of Charles Matheson of the University of Northern Iowa. Mr. Matheson is a widely-known director and performer. He presently is the director of the A Capella Choir and teaches voice at the university. He will also have a clinic session with each of the choruses during the day. The evening program will feature the 300-voice chorus and also each individual chorus will be performing for this outstanding program. The general public is welcome to attend the concert which will be one of the musical highlights of the year. Daughter Dies Funeral services were held Wednesday for Mrs. Adolph Oberlander, nee Adeline Bilsborough, Hopkins, Minn. She was taken ill suddenly Saturday night, was rushed to a Minneapolis hospital and succumbed shortly thereafter. Her mother, Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough, her brother Ray Bilsborough, and sister, Mrs. Joyce Lappe, left at once to join the husband and family. Heart Ass'n Has Two Workshops Mrs. Don Mitchell, Burt, and Mrs. Leonard Elbert, \Vhit- temore, President and Vice president of Kossuth County Heart Unit respectively, announced schedules for the two kickoff Heart Fund workshops in Kossuth county. Both workshops were held Friday, Jan. 19. One at Roy's Grill in Bancroft at 10 a.m. and at the Good Samaritan Center at 2 p.m. All Area chairmen, town and township chairmen were invited to bring their volunteer workers to the workshop. WALLEYE Larry Wohlert, 17, of Spirit Lake, caught the biggest walleye pike thus far this season when lie ice fished in Big Spirit Lake. His catch weighed 9 Ibs., 12 oz. HARNESS MAKER 87-year-old Bill Luense, Wilton Junction, is still working in his leather shop and is most proud of his harness-making diploma he received in 1898. Bill has operated his harness and shoe shop in the same location in Wilton Junction for 47 years. DITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Anna Haynes, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED !N THE ESTATE OF Anna Haynes, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of January, 1968, the last will and testament of Anna Haynes deceased bearing d.ite of the 5th day of August, 198S, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that W,J, Hood was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given 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, 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 23rd day of January, 19G8. W. J. Hood Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Delia Welter Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 30th clay of January, 1968 (7& 8) WANTED WANTED - Sewing - MRS. ROBERT FORTNEY, Bancroft, la. Phone Lone Rock 925-3986. (7*) |FOR SALE, gen'l IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 927") NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CRE- FOR SALE SPINET CONSOLE PIANO, must sell locally in this area. Available to family with good credit able to assume monthly payments on nearly new instrument. Write OLSON PIANO and ORGAN CO., Box 996, Willmar, Minn. (7-8-9) 144 Handy Blinker Lanterns plus 8 Transistor Radios! 8 Weekly Drawings Yet, we'll have eight weekly drawings on each Friday through Friday, Feb. 23 ... each week we'll give away 18 Lanterns and one Transistor Radio ABSOLUTELY FREE — nothing to buy, you don't have to be present to win — just come in anytime and register at the station or garage. Register as often as you come in. NEXT DRAWING ON FRIDAY, JAN. 12! 18 Lanterns and one Radio to be given away every week until Feb. 23! GAS FOR LESS - PREMIUMS, TOO ! ^^^^^^ - •• -.-".-—• -F-IWW *•«•«*•• ^^ • * • Jf j ff ^SF ^jf f SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillips Transportation Headquarters SUICK - PONTIAC - CADILLAC ALGONA, IOWA

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