The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1968 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1968
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CHURCH HEWS BURT CHURCH CALENDAR BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies- Pastor SUNDAY, FEB. 11 - Boy Scout Sunday - Scouts will attend in uniform. Divine worship service - 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Me rjy Mixers meet with Rev. and Mrs. Davies - 7:30p.m. MONDAY, FEB. 12-District Trustees meeting at Spencer - 2p.m. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14 - M.Y.F. meets - 7:30 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies - Pastor THURSDAY, FEB. 8-District Pastor's meeting at Swea City 9 a.m. SUNDAY, FEB. 11 - Boy Scout Sunday - Scouts will attend in uniform. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Divine worship service - lla.m. MONDAY, FEB. 12-District Trustees meeting at Spencer 2 p.m. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners-Supplypastor THURSDAY, FEB. 8 - U.P. Youth meeting - 7 p.m. .Connie Sheirbon, chrmn. of Citizenship Commission in charge of program, "For God and Country." Plans will be made for Valentine Banquet by Fellowship Committee: Sandra Ortman, Pat Sheirbon, Donna Miller, Duane Heyes and Tom Trunkhill. SUNDAY, FEB. 11 - Divine worship service - 8:45a.m. Sunday school - 9:45 a.m. TUESDAY, FEB. 13-Spiritual Life meeting - 7:30 p.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Edwin Bishop - Pastor SUNDAY, FEB. 11 - Sunday School and Bible class - 8 a.m. Divine worship services - 9a.m. Walther League executive board 7 p.m. Walther League - 7:30 p.m. MONDAY, FEB. 12 - Circuit Pastor's meeting. TUESDAY, FEB. 13-Lutheran pre-Lenten Conference, First Lutheran Church, Ames. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14-Sunday school teachers meeting 2 p.m. Religion school and confirmation class - 6 p.m. Choir rehearsal -8p.m. Usher'smeet- ing. Former Ottosen Lady Buried On Wednesday OTTOSEN - Mrs. Lena Enockson, 86, was buried here Wednesday. She was the widow of the late Ed Enockson. Those who attended services at the Sandvig Funeral Home at Eagle Grove were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mrs. Earl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Mrs. Charles Welter, Clara Thorsen and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams. Rev. A. E. Windahl was the officiating pastor. Antone Waechter of West Bend, a former Ottosen resident, underwent heart surgery at Iowa City Wednesday. Verne Waechter and his grandmother, Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser of Whittemore, left Sunday night to visit Mr. Waechter and his wife. Verne returned Tuesday but Mrs. Dahlhauser remained. The United Presbyterian women met Friday. Mrs. W. G. Cooper was hostess and Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the lesson. DeVere Newton and his son Monte attended funeral services for Mrs. Edna Newton, 71, at Ladysmith, Wise. Wednesday. The deceased was an aunt of DeVere. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem visited Mrs. Kenneth McClure at Perry Thursday. Among those who attended funeral services for Mrs. Anna Purdy at Humboldt Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, Judy and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Annie Leist, Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Nathan Mogler. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kemna entertained at a card party Friday GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CMIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 something we can offer you.... and convenience is our business! A checking account at the Burt Savings Bank can save you time, energy, footwork and headaches. Pay bills by check to keep your records exact and accurate. The cost is minimal and the effort you save is great, Play it smart and safe whn a convenient checking account with us... BURT SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.D,I,C, SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000 night. Mrs. Oliver Lee had high score for women and Mrs. Clarence Bauer, low. Clarence Bauer had high score for men and Raymond Wehrspann low. Percy Watnem and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann had travel. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann were Sunday supper guests at the Jerry Wehrspann home at Des Moines to help JeSrey Wehr- spann celebrate his second birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson were Sunday visitors at the Laurence Anderson home at Duncombe. They helped their twin granddaughters, Barbara and Betsy, celebrate their 12th birthday. Mrs. Leona Pflibsen of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson were Friday night visitors at the Marlyn Pflibsen home at Bode to help Julie Pflibsen celebrate her 12th birthday. American Legion Auxiliary met Friday for an all-day rug sew at the Richard Kinseth home. Six women were there for the pot-luck dinner and two came later. Those who helped wera Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mrs. Victor Meyer, Mrs. Raymond Borkowski, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Dean Telford, Mrs. Olvin Haug and Mrs. Donald Usher. Mrs. Jennie Bratland was a Sunday dinner and supper guest at the Richard Christiansen home at Humboldt. They celebrated Jana Christiansen's 4thbirthday, which was Feb. 7. They also visited Albert Bratland at the care center. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Enockson were Sunday dinner guests of the Merlin Andersons of Humboldt. In the afternoon, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Satern at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. David Hanson of Platte, S.D., visited Margaret Holt Wednesday. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Rogness, Thor. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Brandhoy home at Bradgate. Sunday dinner guests at the H. D. Benson home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross and Susan, Mrs. Esther Prendergast, Mrs. Annie Messerly and Mrs. Emma Nelson of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper of Stewartville, Mo. were Wednesday overnight guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Essie ^Cooper. Mr, and Mrs. Percy Watnem were Tuesday night visitors at the Stanley Keith home at Pocahontas. Mr. Keith had just returned home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona were Saturday night visitors at the Kermit Fowlers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultzof Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Jacobsons. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel were Wednesday dinner guests at the Art Anderson home, West Bend. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zinnel and Mrs. Liz Zinnel of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Fowler called on Mrs. Mark Fowler at Humboldt Friday. She lias recently returned home from the hospital. Mrs. Mike House and children of Ft. Dodge visited Mrs. Essie Cooper Friday. Saturday night visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family of Ft. Dodge and Sunday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper and Pam, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel were Sunday visitors at the August Sclufer home, West Bend. 85% Titonka '67 Grads Are Continuing School About 85Tc of the 1967 graduates of Titonka High are continuing their education after leaving high school. That is the statistical figure arrived at following replies to a questionnaire sent out by the school guidance office. Seventeen of the graduates are in degree courses at colleges or universities, and the remainder are in technical or trade schools or nurses training. The activity of those that replied, according to Lyle Patterson, guidance counselor, is as follows: Alan Asa, Iowa Tech School, Ottumwa; Mary Bahling, Estherville Junior College; Arnold Baker, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Ark.; James BJain, Iowa State University, Ames; Marilyn Boekelman, Hawkeye Institute, Waterloo; Robert Carroll, in service; Stephen Cosgrove, Estherville Junior College; Paul Heesch, Minneapolis Business College; Sheryl Heesch, Larson's School of Cosmetology, Spencer; Michael Higgins, LaJames College of Hairstyling, Mason City; Tom Higgins, at home; Cheryl Hill, Mankato Commercial College, presently employed at the Titonka Savings Bank. Steven Hodsbn, employed at U'innebago Industries, Forest City; Merlyn Hoover, in service; Judy Isebrands, St. Luke's School of Nursing, Cedar Rapids; David Kitzinger, Esth&rville Junior College; James Mayland, College of Automation, Des Moines; Gregory Michaelsen, Bob Jones University, Glenville, S.C.; Valerie MilLer, Upper Iowa College, Fayette; Anita Moore, St. Luke's School of Nursing, Cedar Rapids; Allen Redenius, University of Iowa, Iowa City. Doris Ricks, Patricia Stevens Career College, Omaha, Nebr.; Eldon Rike, Iowa State University, Ames; Susan Roberts, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls; Kristin Rakow, Allen Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Waterloo; Karen Ricklefs, Luther College, Decorah; Sandra Schutjer, Hamilton Business College, Mason City, presently employed at Mass. Mutual Life Insurance, Minneapolis; Russel Sleper, Ellsworth Junior College; Rose Stecker, Iowa Lutheran School of Nursing, Des Moines; and Roger Wubben, in service. St. Joe KC's Set To Name Four Officers ST. JOE - KC's will meet on Wednesday evening following the 7:45 mass in St. Joseph's Church, Grand Knight E. M. Gales presiding. Committee in charge of lunch are JohnCapesius, Francis Erpelding, Bernard Streit and Raymond Kohlhaas. Special business of the meeting will be filling four offices in the council, recorder, treasurer, financial secretary and trustee. Visitors expected at the meeting are State Secretary Wm. McGowan from Dyersville and District Deputy John Rooney, Algona. - o - TROJANS MET St. Joe Trojan 4-H Club held a pot-luck dinner Thursday evening, Jan. 25, with their parents, Rev. L. C. Schumacher, Rev. James Smith and Margaret Reidmiller as guests. Following the dinner, the regular monthly meeting was held with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Mark Bormann as opening. Talks were given by Donald Erpelding and Marvin Erpelding with estimated feed budgets for the coming year discussed. The meeting was closed with the 4-H pledge led by Stephen McGuire. Basketball was played for the evening's recreation. - o - GETS DEGREE Virgil Wagner was among an estimated 724 candidates receiving degrees at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Feb. 3. Virgil, son of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, a 1962 Garrigan High School graduate, received a bachelor of business administration and accounting. Attending the exercises were Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Betty and Sandy, Barbara Wagner, George Ulg and Harlan Weydert from here and Paul Bode, Algona. - o - C.D.A. will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 14, for their regular monthly meeting, with Mrs. Marvin Reding, Grand Regent, presiding. Committee in charge SLOW STARTS? Can't make heads or tails out of it? We can, so for improved motor performance and the finest auto service anywhere ... put your car in our hands. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Bur! of lunch and social hour are Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Len McGuire, Mrs. Ed Thilges, Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. John Altman and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas. Mrs. Clarence A. Smith entered Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell returned home Thursday from a month's vacation and trip through southern states. Mrs. Tony Becker entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mar- garet Reidmiller, Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. Ralph Kramer, and Elizabeth Berte as guests. Receiving prizes were Margaret Reidmiller, Mrs. E. M. Gales and Mrs. Eugene Thul. Mrs. Peter Bormann entertains the club at their next gathering. Mrs. Anna Berte came home Thursday from St. Ann Hospital, Algona, where she was a medical patient several weeks. Frank Reding is on a 15-day tour to Hawaii with Farm and Home Island tour, leaving from Chicago. Mrs. Eleanora Devine, sister of Mr. Reding, is in the Reding home during his vacation. Gene Thul of Caron, Sask., Canada, and Kelly Thul, Ed Froelich, Ben Froehlich and Leo Fitzpatrick, all of Marquis Sask., Canada, left here Sunday for their home after coming to attend the funeral of Milford Plathe. They are nephews of Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Louise Thul. Whittemore Man Taken Seriously III, Tuesday WHITTEMORE - Lorenz Gade became quite ill at 5a.m.Sunday morning and was rushed to Dr. Kenefick in Algona who diagnosed his ailment. Later in the afternoon he was rushed to Rochester by plane accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Thomas Dunphy. Mr. Dunphy took Mrs. Lorenz Gade and Arthur Gade of Algona to Rochester and they all returned home later in the evening. Lorenz Gade is at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Fred Bierstedt entered St. Ann hospital in Algona last Thursday. Walter Fuoss is a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke of Fairmont, visited at the home Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968 Algona (la.) Uppftr Dfts Mo?n*i-7 of the latter's father, William Meyer, Sr., and other relatives in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Albert Lea, Minn., we re Saturday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz went to Cedar Falls Monday where they visited Mrs. Bertha Ostwald, the former Bertha Voigt of here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer attended the funeral of Herman Hinz, Jr., Wednesday, at the Zion Lutheran church In Lu- Verne. Mr. Hinz is a brother- in-law of Mr. Meyer. Sunday dinner guests at the Mathilda Meyer home were her family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Mrs. Gertrude Ruhnke, Lotts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Cylinder. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES. 1 ' ' • • ^••^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^•"•^"•^^••••••^MB Wiltgens Jewelers' Sale of the Year Items On Sale In All Departments! LADIES' DIAMOND RINGS: (1) 14K White Gold Ring Reg. $1400.00 (1) 14K White Gold Ring Reg. $550.00 (1) 14K White Gold Ring Reg. $109.00 $ ON SALE '850 ON SALE 295 ON SALE MEN'S DIAMOND RINGS ; (1) 14K Yellow Gold Ring Reg. $495.00 (1) Man's Yellow Gold Ring Reg. $175.00 (1) Man's Yellow Gold Ring Reg. $89.00 ON SALE ON SALE •99 ON SALE '49 UNMOUNTED DIAMONDS IN STOCK; T /2 Carat, 3 /4 Carat, 1 Carat and IVfc Carat. Select a mounting of your choice. All are priced for quick sale. MEN'S RINGS from 512.95 LADIES' RINGS from 55.95 4-PIECE SILVER Coffee Service Reg. $39.95 now $29.95 Watchbands up to OFF! ALSO ON SALE: ' Billfolds Pens & Pencils China • Chrome Jewelry • Brass Silverware • Gifts WILTGEN JEWELERS 110 E. State Algona, Iowa 295-3789

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