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14-Alflone (la.) Upper D« Main.- Thurtdoy, F«b. IS, 1968 Auxiliary At Lone Rock Has Good Meeting LONE ROCK-The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday with a good attendance. Mrs. Dale Schroeder and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson served. It was voted it the meeting to send $10 to the Hospital Surprise Shelf in Des Moines, also $10 to the Veterans Hospital, Knoxville, for canteen books. Also, three lap robes will be sent to one of the Veterans hospitals in Iowa. Auxiliary members will be packing cookies for Woodward Thursday. Each member is asked to bring cookies to the Legion hall, early Thursday. Don't forget the Auxiliary 500 card party at the Legion hall Feb. 22 at 8 p. m. Prizes and lunch will be served. - o - HONOR SOCIETY Janet Hammerstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammer- Strom, was made a permanent member of the Honor Society at Estherville Junior College. Saturday supper guests at the Ralph Hammerstroms were Mr. and Mrs. Lave me Hammer- Strom and Dean of Pocahontas. They all attended the funeral of their uncle, P. R. Person. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom and Lawrence Geitzenauer attended the Grain Dealers convention from Sunday till Wednesday at Des Moines. Modernette Club met at the home of Mrs. Vic Dreyer. Mrs. Lorraine Feye was a guest. Prizes went to Anita Thiesen, Ersel Bernard and Marilyn Thompson. Next month's meet- Ing will be with Mrs. Paul Voigt. The Ladies Aid of Immanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Creek, met Feb. 9 at the church with Mrs. Duane Lieb and Mrs. Edwin Lieb hostesses. Mrs. Gerald Kuecker gave the mission story. The topic, "Called To Serve One Another," was led by Pastor Vehling. The flower committee for February is Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt. Officers for 1968 are Mrs. Harold Gross, president; Mrs. A. E. Vehling, vice president; Mrs. Melvin Pompe, secretary; and Mrs. Richard Kuecker, treasurer. The following are serving on committees: Christian growth, Mrs. A. E. Vehling; membership, Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mrs. Louis Seegebarth; sick, Mrs. Ed Lieb, Mrs. Orville Kressin; funerals, Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. Roy Bierle; card sales, Mrs. Chas. Dacken; kitchen, Mrs. Reuben Fuerstenau, Mrs. Elmer Pijahn; sewing, Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mrs. Noah Reisner; stamps, Mrs. Stanley Opheim; coupons, Mrs. Ray Kading; L.H.F.S. contact, Mrs. Les Wood, Mrs. Leonard Pompe; service, Mrs. Gerald Radig, Mrs. Ed Luedtke, Mrs. Duane Liebe, Mrs. Art Zumach; pianist, Mrs. Gerald Kuecker; reporter, Mrs. Ervin Wetzel. Mrs. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were guests at the Wilmer Wichtendahls Tuesday evening for Mr. Wichtendahl's birthday. Thursday evening guests at the Wayne Bollingers for their daughter Judy's llth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bell, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Carol and Mike Tietz, Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, Beth Ostwald, Whittemore and Teresa Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder spent Friday at Des Moines attending the Iowa Power Farming Exposition. Mrs. Roy Jensen visited last week with her sister, Mrs. R. J. Edwards, Sandstone, Minn., who has been hospitalized in St. Paul. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorf and Richard, Yale, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen and Brenda, Austin, and Tena Jensen In honor o| Mrs. Deardorf s birthday. Notes Of! [Servicemen! = s eiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii GERALD BRADLEY U. S. ARMY, KOREA-Army Private Gerald L. Bradley, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garland T. Bradley, Algona, was assigned to the 1st Battalion of the 2nd Infantry Division's 15th Artillery in Korea, Jan. 25 as a wireman. FT. HOOD, TEX AS-Specialist Five Jerry L. Bristow, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin L. Bristow, Route 1, Irvington, was assigned as a mechanic with the 2nd Armored Division at Ft. Hood, Texas, Jan. 18. Mary Hurlburt, Former L-Rock Girl, To Wed MARY HURLBURT LONE ROCK-The family of the late Emma Hurlburt have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of Mary Hurlburt and EM2/C Ed Fairbanks, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Fairbanks, Decatur, Ala. Miss Hurlburt is employed by WDGY radio at Minneapolis and Mr. Fairbanks is in the U.S. Navy, currently stationed at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. They will be married March 17 at Honolulu. Miss Riedel Of Algona Will Wed March 23 Blood Poisoning SWEA-EAGLE - Walter Mag. nusea entered Holy Family Hos» piUl Monday evening as the result of Wood poisoning In his left knee torn a nail puncture sustained a week or ten days pre- vlouily, He expected to be re* 19*404 from die hospital this wnk, BETTE RIEDEL Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riedel of Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Bettie, to Roger Ditsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ditsworth, Bancroft. Miss Riedel is a 1967 graduate of Algona High School and is presently attending LaJames College of Hairstyling in Mason City. Mr. Ditsworth is presently employed at Forestor Trailer Manufacturers in Forest City. A March 23 wedding is planned. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE PB8T PEAL AT THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. National Guard Unit Here Is To Host Event The Algona unit of the National Guard will host an open house at the local Armory Saturday, Feb. 24, from 2 to 4 p. m. The event is open to the public and free coffee and doughnuts will be served, according to Sgt. Robert J. Moritz. The local contingent is Btry. B., 1st Howitzer Bn., 194th Arty, of the National Guard. All members of the local Guard will attend and will act as escorts and explain equipment and methods and benefits of service in the Guard. There are 96 enlisted men in the Algona contingent, as well as six officers. Capt. Howard Stephenson is commanding officer, with 2nd Lt. Dean L. Benschoter, assistant executive officer. Forward observers include 2nd Lt. Lynn J. Ersland, Austin, Minn.; 2nd Lt. Melvin E. Leu, Malvern; and 2nd Lt. Gary R. Mergen. 1st Sgt. James E. Kelley supervises the troops. Effective Jan. 1, was a change from the larger 155 howitzers to a smaller howitzer 105. This change is now in process of being accomplished. Two Portland Social Clubs Met Recently PORTLAND - Portland Social Club met Feb. 8 at the Cunningham Cafe in Burt with Edith Jandl hostess. All 11 members were present. Roll call was "A food that you have learned to like." Elizabeth Kennedy was in charge of fun time. Bingo was played until each won a prize. The next meeting will be held March 14 in the home of Hazel Larson. Four Corners Social Club met Feb. 6 in the home of Velma Nelson with nine members present. Agnes Stewart received a birthday gift from her secret sister. The next meeting will be held March 5 in the home of Sandra Harms. Roll call will be "An Irish joke." - o Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett attended the open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Speicher's golden wedding anniversary Feb. 4 and gave a reading, "This is Your Life." Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Becky Brandqw were Sunday visitors and supper guests in the Edmund Larson home. Mrs. Jack Thompson and John arrived Sunday and will spend till Thursday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson. Jack flew by plane to Cleveland, Ohio, where he will attend school. Portland Progress Club will meet Feb. 15 in thehomeofVera Fitch, with Margaret Govern assistant hostess. Arlene Wood and Hazel Steven went to Algona Monday to get the lesson on casseroles to be demonstrated at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy of West Bend, visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Cecelia Scott in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler drove to Pocahontas Saturday evening where they were overnight guests in the Dennis Shipler home and Sunday dinner guests. Sunday, they attended an open house in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Stapler's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoover, in the home of Mrs. Hoover's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gangstad, Badger. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family of Ruthven and Mrs. Bernadine Opheim and family of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the Jay Steven home. Vivian Dutton entertained the neighborhood card club Tuesday night. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur. Frank Becker is getting along fine and it is hoped that he will soon be able to come home. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith of Burt to Sioux City where they visited Mrs. Viola McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Akin. Mrs. Akin is the former Frances McDonald. Vivian Dutton was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton, Burt. "Every time you graduate from the school of experience, somebody thinks up a new course." New Car Sales Continue With 24 Registrations Sale of new cars and trucks, as registered in Kossuth county, continued to maintain a fairly even pace during the past week. New vehicle registrations were made here as follows: Pontiac - Kenneth E. Kaslin, Whittemore; Arnold Brandt, Titonka. Oldsmobile - Joe Ezarski, Corwith. Mercury- Emma Hinz, Buffalo Center; Walter Christ, Lakota; Oswald Thilges, Algona. Plymouth - Ruth Lickteig, Wesley; Robert Fricke, Lu- Verne. Chrysler - Wm. P. Thul, Whittemore. ' Ford - David W. Ley, Lakota; Chas. R. Hilferty, Ledyard, pickup; Kyle Keith, Algona,,pickup; -Bancroft Check-R-Board, Bancroft, truck; Kent Gerzema, Lakota; Robert F. Hamilton, Swea City; LaVerne Jeffers, LuVerne. International - Algona Implement, Algona, pickup. CMC - Marvin W. Origer, Bode; Wm. R. Kuhn, Jr., Algona. Shasta TT - Charles E. Behr, Algona. Buick - J. A. Peterson, Swea City; Mary Schwabauer, Algona. Chevrolet - Chris J. Dahl, Fenton; George D. Higgins, Titonka. Kossuth V.F.W. Posts To Sell Magazines At a meeting of the V.F.W. posts of the Kossuth County Council of the V.F.W. held at Burt, Jan. 29, it was authorized to sponsor Capper's Publications sale of magazines. The proceeds realized from any commissions of the sales are used by the Council to purchase additional hospital equipment to be used by any person in Kossuth county. Any person needing this type of equipment are asked to contact any V.F.W. post for free use. Residents of the county are asked to cooperate in the magazine sales drive which will begin in approximately two months. The V.F.W. has sponsored these sales in the past years and report that the equipment purchased has been used extensively by many persons in the county. The County Council purchased a portable resuscitator and donated it to the county sheriff last year. Any person needing this equipment should call the sheriffs office, Algona. Chas. Schafer V-President Of Local Firm Charles E. Schafer, Algona, was named vice president of Greenberg Auto Supply at their annual board meeting Feb. 12. Mr. Schafer is originally from West Bend, having graduated from the high school there in 1953. He served for two years in the Army, spending most of that time in Alaska. Mr. Schafer began his employment with Greenberg Auto Supply in March, 1958, and has been serving as assistant manager for some time. Mr. Schafer and his wife Jo Ann have two children, Paula and Dirk. Mr. Schafer is a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church LINDSAY call your LINDSAY dealer SALT rod tlCMMCIMC / WATfft SOFT!MfW nil SALT DELIVERY FOR ANY MAKE WATER SOFTENER. ALGONA DELIVERY DAILY. RURAL DELIVERY WEEKLY. CALL 295-3755 ..... LINDSAY SOFT WATER 520 SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. ALGONA. IOWA District Court Jurors Report, Not Needed District court jurors reported for possible duty Tuesday morning as the first session of 1968 opened with Judge G. W. Stillman presiding. The jurors were dismissed, however, when the matter they were to have heard, Loth vs. Bahnson, was settled out of court. It is not known for sure if the jurors will be recalled during the session or not. One case was dismissed by Judge Murray S. Underwood. It was a damage matter with Carolyn H. Steussy, plaintiff, and Columbia Hall Association, defendant. The suit was filed originally as the result of a fall by the plaintiff in which she struck her head on an auto. The case was taken under advisement last October, with the dismissal coming Tuesday after study by the judge. Car-Pickup Mishap Here; No Charges A pickup driven by Webster Orton, 42, Algona, sustained an estimated $100 damage and an auto driven by Ronald J. Reedy, 36, Humboldt, an estimated $300 damage when the vehicles collided as the latter backed from the curbing on South Hall street here at 12:58 p. m. Monday. City police investigated and blamed a truck parked nearby for cutting off the vision of both drivers involved in the mishap. Neither driver saw the other until it was too late to avoid the crash. No matter what your lot may be, build something on it. Minors Fined Three minors were fined $50 and costs each in Mayor Bill Finn's court here this week following preliminary hearings of charges of possession of beer as minors. They were Neil H. Bailey, Marathon; Darrell E. Stone, Webb; and John E. Mills, Spencer. Three persons also paid $10 and costs. They were Thomas A. Ristau, Algona, improper mufflers; Elmer J. Alt, Burt, speeding; and Carol M. Kleigl, Whittemore, failing to yield. License Penalty A recent announcement by the state of Iowa on license plates proved difficult for.some persons to understand, according to Don Jorgenson, Kossuth county treasurer. It referred to the license plate deadline and did not mention that plates now being sold for 1968 have a penalty attached. The 1967 plates on a vehicle will not result in possible arrest by law enforcement officers until March 1. The original deadline was February. AOK Meeting The monthly meeting of Algona AOK 4-H Club was held Feb. 10 at 1:15 p.m. in the county Extension rooms. Roll call answered by 28 girls was "What I discovered about my food habits." Jean Prothman was selected as Queen candidate for Fun Night to be held Feb. 24. A demonstration on cool rise bread was given by cooking leader, Mrs. Loretta Frideres and her daughter Dorothy assisted. Another demonstration, "Safety Tips with Electric Mixers" was given by Kim Thuente and Julie Kollasch. Illustrated talks were "True Nutrition Story" by Betty Reynolds and Jean Prothman, "A Girl and Her Figure" by Merri Laing and "First Aid Tips" by Judy Taphorn. The Valentine favors were made by a group for the hospital. Shelly Smith led the 4-H pledge. Guests were Mrs. Rezac, Mrs. Lallier, Mrs. Kollasch, Mrs. Thuente and Mrs. Hibbs. Hostesses were Mrs. Lain and Mrs. McEvoy. Titonka Boy Named Greg Michaelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelson of Titonka, a freshman at the School of Business Administration at Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C., has been named to the Dean's List there for the first semester. Bancroft Pin Host Bancroft will be host, Sunday, to a district American Legion junior team bowling tournament, to be held at Leisure Lanes. The meet is sanctioned by the American Junior Bowling Congress. District winners will advance to the state meet, March 9-10 at Ames. Can Reseat Beans Producers can extend their reseal loans on farm-stored 1966-crop soybeans, R. I. Anderson, chairman, ASCS county committee, said today. In Kossuth county, it involves about 643,231 bushels of soybeans. Nationwide, total involved is about 23 million bushels. Returns To Home BURT - Chauncy Chipman returned to his home the past week from Heritage Home in Bancroft and will be happy to have his many friends drop in for a chat. TRACTOR TIRES NEEDED! Want to trade for 12 x.38, 13x38 or 18.4x34, JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Algona (81 tfn) you expect more from Standard . . and you get it I" CHUCK BEHR'S STANDARD SERV. Algona, Iowa FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION - REPAIR OR REMODELNO WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-2104 LAING Plumbing-Heatlng-Coollng 12 No. Dodge, Algona ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^HM^HiMHi^^^l^HH 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 '6995 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 '295 ON SALE •99 ON SALE '49 UNMOUNTED DIAMONDS IN STOCK; T /2 Carat, % Carat, 1 Carat and l!/2 Carat. Select a mounting of your choice. All are priced for quick sale. MEN'S RINGS from LADIES' RINGS from $5.95 4-PIECE SILVER Coffee Service Reg, $39.95 now $29,95 ALSO ON SALE: Watchbands up to OFF! • Billfolds • China • Pens & Pencils • Chrome Jewelry • Silverware • Brass • Gifts WILTGEN JEWELERS 110 E* State Algona, Iowa 295-3789

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