The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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Aljj6rttt (la.) Upper Ctet Molns* Thursday, May 4, 1961 First Communion At St. Joe For 23 Children ;• SI. Joa — On Sunday, April 30, ih St. Joseph's church 23 bo$s «nd'girls retferved their first holy .communion. Rev. Leo C, Schu- fliacfter was celebrant with Ron- lid K6hihaas, Ronald Frideres. •fiTicWblas Erpelding and Gerald -Thilges as acolytes. Randy Kollasch was cross bearer in the procession proceeding the mass. Bennis Thilges and Mori Reding tyere page boys and Donna Illg ted Janice Erpelding flower girls, '.; The first communicants were •Patricia Beeson, Margaret Erpel- ihg, Helen Freilinger, Alan ITrid- ers, Stephen Gales, John Geis^ checker, Darold Hofer, Harold "tiling, Helen ' Freilinger, Alan Friders, Stephen Gales, John Geischecker, Darold Hofer, Har- bld Hofer, Luke Kellner, Harley kohlhaas, Mich ael Kohlhaas, Gerald Kollasch, Jane McGuire, 'Peter McGuire, Coleen Reding, Kathryn Reding, Lawrence Salz, Charles Streit, Ruth Ann Thilges, •Thomas Thilges, Irene Thul, •Linda Thul and Mary Lou Zeimet. 'Surprise Party v Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaa 'Were pleasantly surprised Apri 29 when relatives gathered to help them observe their 20th wedding anniversary. A buffet supper brought by the guests, was servec followed by a social evening. The honorees were presented a gift from the group. Mr and Mrs Kohlhaas have two daughters and three sons, Doris Ann, student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, .Howard, student at.Garrigan, and Marian, Marvin and Allan in St. Joseph's grade school here. Attending the gathering Were Mr and Mrs John Thul, Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, Wilfred Kohlhaas, ^Sylvester; -Wagner, Eugene Thul, -•Richard Thul ; arid Milford Plathe families. City ; Saturday to get Boris Anh Kohlhaas f daughter of Mr arid Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, for the weekend Slid to help her parents observe their wedding anniversary. • Janet Tallman accompanied them to Uttfnboidt to spend the Weekend with her parents. Barbara Tuul, employed in St Mary's Hospital at Minneapolis, speilt, the past week here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thttl, and other relatives and friends'. Mr and Mrs Andrew Kramer and family 'spent Sunday with their, daughter -and sister, Dor- otoy Kramer, student at Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. Mr-and Mrs Wilfred Konlhaas and family entertained guests in their home Sunday in observance of the first communion of their son, Harley Sunday morning. Attending were Mr and -Mrs Lorenz Gisch, Mr and Mrs John Gisch and family and Mr and Mrs Duane Arend and family from Algona. Mr and. Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. Pre-school examination and registration for first grade students for September will be held in St. Joseph's school May 5. Betty and Patricia Wagner, Bertha Berte and Alice Reding spent the weekend in Sioux City at Briar Cliff College with Judy Wagner and other acquaintances, "ONE HUNDRED AND ONE DALMATIONS" Barnyard alarm. The Captain, the Colonel and the Sergeant are all ears wnen a alarm called the Twilight Bark sounds off in this scene from Walt Disney s Technicolor feature-length cartoon comedy, "101 Dalmatians", slated to show Friday through Wednesday ai ihe Aigona Thaaire. . ', guests tyefe .Mr apd Mrs Ralph Stoll of .LdVWne ahd their : son, Mr and Mrs Dehuis Stofi and Jon, of Eagle- GroVe. < ; Mr and -Mrs Rtehardt Thomas and girls and-Gary Thottjasf of St. Paul, Minn, were; Weenend visitors in the pardiital tiert "Thomas home. The occasion was the birthday of Mus Bert Thomas April 23. Kichard Wermt'rsim and his sis:er, Mrs 'Wayne Dorribecger of-Sioux Falls, S. D, were Fri-' day and Saturday ,. guSsts of their mbther, Mrs Phil fl, anrH Mr Liehty. • 4 , Pfo. Freddie Detmering ed fof a flirlough visit with horrtfc town friends from Biloxi, Miss. •Me will repoti to RoswelT,"New Mexico for hisr new assignment. Mf and' Mrs Jeff Bougie-have returned to their home at Detroit Lakes. Minn.. They . have livnd here with Mrs INielle Bidg- ger, sister of Mrs Bougie. SFC and Mrs Lyle Pento'n are parents of a daughter born April 22 - qt a -hospifal at Colorado Springs, Colo. t They now have a family 1 of five IMS' ahd'.on^ boy. Mrs J^n'toh, forme* fionna Meyer, Is the daughter of Mrs Laura Meyer. tuVemfii Lyre is the son of-.Mra^Arf Rasenmeyer of St. Benedict.- - ' • " Mr snd 'Mrs James Schade and' • u ',-• ' • ' * fatally ft&ved 'over' the weekend to the Dorwciier farm near St, Benedict, They had occupied the residence, 'in LvfVetne owned by Mrs Latira Zweii'el. • .,1 —.L. SflTOOAY THE RED, ten AMD BI«E STAR-BRMT SHOW OF THE YEAR! Milford Plathe and daughter Kristine went via plane to' Sioux Rev. Nordine Of Lone Rock Accepts Call LONE ROCK — Rev. Clifford E. Nordine, pastor of the' First Presbyterian Church of Lone Rock the past seven years has accepted a call to become pastor 01 he First Presbyterian Church in Dsakis, Minnesota, beginning the irst of June. His last Service in he Lone Rock Presbyterian Church will be Sunday, May 8th. ' • ' The North Central Presbytery nd Presbyterial met Tuesday, April 25th in Waterloo. Those at- ending the women's meeting ALGONA THURSDAY ONLY 2 BIG MARLON BRANDO THRILLERS rom Lone Rock were Mrs Willi Cotton, Mrs Roy Jensen, and Mi' Vlilton Madison. Representing th local church at the Presbytery meeting were; Mr Willis Cottor and Rev. Clifford E. Nordine. Air and Mrs Neil Reike from Odebolt and Mrs Hoy Chrischilles of Fenton spent Monday after noon at % Henry Schroeders. Mr and Mrs Jerold Wiener ana Rose Ann of Burt were at Henry Schroeder's Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Leonard Hansen and children and Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker and Clinton were Saturday evening visitors in tht Darryl Householder home. Ray Berke of Fort Worth, Tex, died Friday, April 28. Mr Berke had been ailing all winter. Mrs Berke is the former Eleanor Weisbrod, daughter of the late Will Weisbrods of Fenton. Services for Mr Berke were pend- ng at time they received word. The Lone Rock Legion Aux met at 8 p.m. Wednesday evening t the Lone Rock Legion hall with tfrs Jesse Blanchard and Mrs Cric Seeeebarth as hostesses. The Happy Homemakers Club met at • the home of Mrs Henry Schroeder' Wednesday. Prizes in entertainment were won by Mrs Person and Mrs Donad Kneedler, high; ahd Mrs Andrew Thompson and Mrs Marvin Kueck Low. Election was held for the following year with Mrs Harvey Larsen, chairman, and Mrs Marvin Kueck as co-chairman. Bulb and, plant exchange was held. LAST This is it ... the last call on EVERGREENS. Rock bottom prices so get your share of the bargains and beautify your lawn this spring. We have on display, the following types of Evergreens: • WHITE SPRUCE * SCOTCH PINE O NORWAY SPUUC'E • BLACKH1LL SPRUCE • PFITZER SPREADERS • HETZI SPREADERS 0 VON EHRIN (Ball Type) • • • • AH types of flowering shrubs, including Spirea, Althea, etc. ABSOLUTE ROCK KOTTOM PRICKS! • • • • — ALSO IN STOCK — f GARDEN SEEDS f CABBAGE PLANTS • GRASS SEEDS • OMOX SETS &. PLANTS * TOMATO PLANTS 0 ALL SEED POTATOES EAST END Grocery "Yaur Potato & Nursery Headquarters" • LuVerns By Mrs. Fern Bigings Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach visited their daughter, Mr and Mrs W. Dale Braytori and family, in Sheffield Saturday. Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert and Randy Lee of Harlan were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty. Jess Lindcbak went to Pcquot Lakes, Minn., Friday for a few days looking after his farming interests. Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan visited Thursday in Jackson, Minn with his cousins, Mr and Mrs Theodore Lcwison. Mrs Laura Meyer and Bill ot LuVerne, her father, Max Lau, lirr sister, Mr and Mrs Oscar Williams of Bode attended the A'edding of Carol Dee Lau and John Davis of Fort Dodge April 23 at Fort Dodge. Carol Dee who is the daughter of IVTr and VIrs Albert Lau, Fort Dodge, fpr- nerly of LuVerne, is their neice and granddaughter. Mrs Andrew Johnson, Al?ona, made the wed- ling cake and servd the guests at the reception at the V.F.W. mil. Mr and Mrs Allen Blake, llciiard, Su/.'.e and Robert visit,'d Sunday in Marshalltown and On en Mountain with their par- .3, Mr and Mis Oral Blake and Mr and Mrs H. J. l.angbehn. He v the damage of the tornado hern recently. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly were T. J. Raynes of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Al,vi&. Kelling of Goldfiel'd, Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Earl Groribach, Cindy Jo and Kathy of Hayfield. Minn., visited their parents, -Mr jnd Mrs Frank Gronbach and Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz, Friday. Mr and Mrs Charles Br'own and children tif Sanborn were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer. David Trauger, his friend, Bu Grisvold, Minneapolis, Iowa' Stat University, Ames, spent th weekend in the parenta'l Harol Trauger home. Mr and Mrs 'Harold Hansen returned from Sioux City wher hey visited two .weeks with Iheir son, the Clifford Hansen family. Mrs- Clifford Hansen underwent surgery while they were there. Sunday visitors in the Rober lardcopf home were Mr'and M;rs Ouy Andre, Michele ahd Kathy if Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Dary] ..udwig of Algona and Mr anc Vlrs Alvin Hardcopf of LuVerne August J. Pergande attended h e sixth district American .egion meeting in Humboldt iuuday afternoon of World War I Veterans. . Mrs -Marie Kaass, Marvin, Laon, Maybelle and Robert Maas.= ttendcd the weddinff of Eugene Asa and Lois Gustaffson Saturday evening at Arthur. The groom is the.son of Mr and Mrs Frank Asa of Rutland and a ijephew and cousin of Mrs Maas?' and,her children. - *^ • W i ^ I tfeHIT Kubly of Oak ParR.'IllJ 1 spent the weekend visiting" his parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale. Ronald Martin classmate of Keith, was a Saturday dinner guest of the Kub- lys. Saturday evening dinner THEATRE Wednesday Only "I'm Allright Jack" Curtain at 8:15, feature at 8:35 Thursday Only "The -Wild On'--" at 7:30 ''On The Waterfront" at 8:55 Friday—Mon.—Tues—Wed. "101 Delmations" 7:30 and 9:30 Saturday and Sunday 12 noon-l:55-3:50-'/:50-7:45-9:45 ss: IN DISTRICT COURT Kossuth County No. 7807 March Term. 1061 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Philip Wander, Deceased, dated May 27, 1D50. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 15th day of May, 1361. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, bclorc the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; und <il ten o'clock AM., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they h.'wo. why instrument should not be prubatod and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. April 28, 1901. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (18) REPORT OF CONDITION BURT SAVINGS BANK 01 Burl in the State of Iowa at the clot* ot builneis on April 12, 1981. ASSETS I. Caiih. balances with other banks, and cash Hems in process of, collection $ 138.313.07 2 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 463.282.08 3 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .-_ 35,180.32 ij. Loans and discounts (including $318.83 overdrafts! -182,668.60 7. Hank premises owned $1.00, furniture and fixtures $800.00 801.00 II. Other assets .. 21.21 12. TOTAL ASSETS _ „__$ 1,123.297.18 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Tune and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations „ Utposi'.s of United Status Government (including postal savings) IJct'ijs;!!, of states and political subdivisions TOTAL DEPOSITS .'."""ii.OOOAMJa" la) Total demand deposits _ $ 787,44858 Ik/ Total time and saving deposits $ li 13,445.45 6)9,731.06 213,445.45 13«!B00.53 24 TOTAL LIABILITIES _._ * 1,000.804.03 . . ,. , CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2r K. 1 ? 1 "I (a) C(jmm "' t stock, total par value $50.000.00 50,000.00 27. Undivided piouts -"-~---"~~."~~~""~~"~~~I~~ 2'J TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS , , Wc ;. Ass t. C 124.403.15 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - * 1,125.21(7.18 H E. Rachut. Pres., G. H. McMullen, Cashier and H. E. Rachut, Jr., .dshier ol ihe above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report ol uu is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and beliet H. E. Rachut ,, ,, , President H. h. Hach'.it, Jr. G. II. McMullen, AMisi..nt Cashier Cashier CORRECT --ATTEST: R. I. Mawdsley. L. E. Liiman G W Patterson. Kirby J. Smith, Donald W. Patterson. Slate nl Iowa. County of Kossuth. t.v Sworn lo and subscribed beloiv me this 21th 1 day ol April. 1U61. and I hereby certify that I in, not an ollii-er or director of this bank My commission empires July 1, 1UU3 Glee Bullock, Notuiy Public swing? out and sounds off with those «ver-lovln FHIDAV nm SAT. and SUM* con.inuDus from 12 neon COMB EARLY P^R fyQltt SCATS ^-T^ HALWALLIS PRODUCTION TECHNICOLOR' JULIET PROWSE (That 'CAN-CAN' Giri!) 2nd FEATURE — THE BATTLE PICTURE WITHOUT EQUAL GREGORY PECK bloody battle for ^ a key defense'point during the Korean war. EVERY THURSDAY IS ,., , ONMNQTiiER RiSftr u? ' /fs~ a Comedy— a Mystery . _# Romance— a- Thriller. . . and . NEW ALL-CARTOON FEATURE Aduils — 90c Juniors — 75e Kiddies - 35c SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY BIO OUTSTANDING FEATURES SHOWN AT 9:15 From the boldest story •of love in and out of marriage! All the men AH the women . , . all the thing* that made all the , talk! A HILARIOUS STORY OF TOGETHERNESS MARRIAGE! Aftinnything happened to them on the way to the preacher ...they took a short cut! FIELDS PRODUCTIONS f>i«H*i DAVID NlVEN'MlTZlGAYNOR Happy Anniversary Tht Motif n Piclurt CARL REINER • IORING SMITH • MONIQUE.VAN VOOREN • PHYLLIS POVAH „ PAIIY DUKE Plus 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 9Q$ FOR THIS. ATTRACTION QNI.Y . . SHOWN AT 7:45 S *"-^*' fUMlO 1M ^^ r**f !N*A5QQPp KKciflt'&^S'u^lt

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