The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1962 · Page 2
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30, 1962 Mrs. Schneider Named ' Trinity Lutheran ladies aid elect' ed and installed the following of•" filer*; .-Mft Paul Schneider, chairman; Mrs C^lGoeteh, vice-chair' man and Christian Growth, chair- than; Mrs John Hanselman, secretary; Mrs L. A. Houchins, treasurer; ^Irs Win. Dau, Sr., missionary, mite*box treasurer. A number of committees were organized in order to expedite the work of the organization. The calendar committee, Msdms. Harlan Haas,.M. Huber, Harold Peter; altar committee Msdms. E. Wittkopf, \V. Ruhnke, L. Raney, E. Thiel B. Wibben, J. Hopkins; kitchen committee Msdms. Ray Funk and Max Bast. Parents Honored A family dinner was held a week ago Sunday at Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley's, honoring the fifty-fourth wedding anniversary of the parents Mr and Mrs J. J. Bradley. Others present were Mr and Mrs Emmet Bradley of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Walter Bradley, Mr and Mrs Garland Bradley and Mr and Mrs James Drone and the respective families. Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor lodge will meet Feb. 5 at the Isaak Walton hall at 7:45. Sewing Club Mrs L. J. Cassel entertained her sewing club at a one o'clock luncheon Monday. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs Julian Chrischilles entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Chcri Boeckholt, 14 Cheri Boeckholt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Boeckholt, observed her fourteenth birthday, Jan. 5 and was hostess at a pizza supper Guests were Shirley Rindsdorf Jackie Limbaugh, Gayle Bartholomew, Ann Keys, Eloise Tracy Sharon Menneke, Carol Teeter, Ann Bohannon, Cindy Long and Gloria Joseph. After supper the girls attended the basketball game. Susan Buchanan, 6 Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Buchanan celebrated her sixth birthday Saturday and had as guests at a sledding party Liz Anderson, Joan Leaneagh, Mike Koob, Tom Mock, Shelley Smith, Patty Joseph, Jeff Koob, Rexanne Voyles, Jeanie Dau, Tom Kolp, Susan Owens and Kevin Owens. Lunch was served before going sledding. Marshalls Hosts Mrs Lewis Marshall entertained her birthday club Wednesday afternoon. The anniversary of Mrs George McVay wad; observed. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall were hosts to their card club Thursday evening. W.S.C.S. Meets Women of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday, Feb. 1, for a one o'clock luncheon. Chairman and co-chairman are Mrs Leonard Maasdam and Mrs Lyle Steele. Baptist Ladies Women of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 6. Mrs Kyle Keith is in charge of the program. Honor Mrs Schmidt Mrs Walter Klamp entertained her Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. The anniversary of Mrs Harriet Schmidt was observed. Wibben, president; Robert Riedel, vice president; Harold Peter, see- »Utt-treii«ifen Carroll Wiflrefo membership roll call secretary; Edwin Witt|spf, Llitherafi Hour representative. : ; . Randy Fefden, 7 Mrs Bernard Ferden gave a party Jan. 19 for her son, Randy, whose seventh birthday was being observed. Guests were classmates, Mary Hinken, Mary Cotton, Betty Reynolds, Nancy Eischen, James Froehlich, Dennis Ford and Mark Shillingtqn. Qames were played and lunch was served. Hosts Serving Club Mrs Otto fcngstrom was hostess to her sewing club Thursday afternoon. Members are Mrs Ed Blumer, Mrs Chester Bailey, Mrs Paul Dettman, Mrs Lenore Hiltz, Mrs Walter Klamp, Mrs Arthur Krause, Mrs Clarence Morrall, Mrs Cecil McGinnis, Mrs Rose Sigsbee, Mrs Local Fir Awad: Frank Reid. Sterling and Mrs Albert Mrs French Honored Mrs Matthew Streit entertained icr birthday club at a luncheon Saturday at Van's. The birthday of Mrs Howard French was observed. Thursday Luncheon Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday, Feb. 1, for a one o'clock luncheon. Rebecca circle will serve. Devotions will be, by Mrs James Kolp, program by Mrs M. G. Bourne. Named President The Couples Club of Trinity Lutheran elected and installed the following officers for 1962: president, Harold J. Peter; vice president, Eugene Faulstich; secretary-treasurer, Mrs Wilbert Ruhnke. Twins Celebrate Mr and Mrs William Geering were at Spencer Wednesday to help celebrate the fourth birthday of heir twin grandchildren, Janelle and Jerold Black. The parents are and Mrs Everett Black. Ano- her grandchild, Billie Jean, came home with the Geerings for a few days 'visit. Birthday Guests Mr and Mrs Robert Ernst had as dinner guests Friday evening Mr ' * " '_ allace Erdman, an ob servance" of ; the; birthday-.of Mrs Srnst. Mr and Mrs Willis Richman mtertained Mr and Mrs Robert Srnst at dinner Sunday, an obser- r ance of the first birthday of Jean rtarie Ernst. Rites Held For Mrs.KelsoAf Buffalo Center Funeral services for Mrs John Kelso, Sr., 91, Buffalo Center, mother of James Kelso and Mrs Matt Martha, Algona, were held at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Patrick's church at Buffalo Center. Fr. Eugene J. Weimer officiated and burial was at Graveland cemetery. Mrs Kelso died Monday, Jan. 22, at the farm home of another son, John, Jr., seven miles south of Buffalo Center. She had been confined to the home for the past several years. Born in County Nitrum, Ireland, she came to the United States in IBM with her parents. The family lived in Illinois, West Bend and Algona and she was married to John Kelso and they lived at Bancroft for 11 years, then moved to Buffalo Center in 1928. Mr Kelso died 1Q years later. Besides Mrs Murtha, James and John, Jr., Mrs Kelso is survived by three other sons, Leonard, Edward, Burlington, and Eugene, Illinois; another daughter, Mrs Omar Hammond, Illinois; a sister, Mrs Delis Kelso, Cedar Falls; 21 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. Chris Hemmen, left, manager of Algona Grain and Feed Co. here, is shown in the above photo as; he-accepted a Master Award plaque from Jim Tate, Mason City, district manager for McMillan Feed Mills, during a banquet at Van's Cafe'here'Jan. 24. The plaque was presented to tHe local firm for service to agriculture. Guests at the banquet were 90 area farmers. (UDM Engraving) Petitions Next Move In Schools Merger lan's Club Elects Trinity Lutheran Men's Club lectcd and totalled the following guide the club for 1962: Ben 'Make Friendly Algona Your Shopping Center" Vz Price WUIPAPER Retail Bilk Ptlcti Our everyday prices on Wall* paper carried in stock are less than established Retail Book Prices but.,. during this special sale you can save MUCH MORE. Not Just odds and ends or short lots, but fine Studio and Decorator patterns included along With popular priced papers. Even though you want to paper later, new is the time to buy, We do Custom Picture Framing DAVIS PAINT Eaiy To Hang Wyflfqper,,, let Vt Show You How SAITER'S By Art Heidenwith Back From Trip Mrs. J. M. Fleming returned ast Monday from a two month rip visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Fleming left Nov. 22 for Chicago where she visited her two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer and family and Mr. and rtrs. E. T. Owens and family. Trom Chicago, she went to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she visited her daughter Mr. and Urs. Robert Sanchez and family. She also visited with Mrs. Imelda Crowley, the former Imelda Mc- tovern of here, who now lives in Milwaukee, Wise. Ionic From Vacation Mrs. Lydia Bisenius returned lome Friday from a vacation Ahich lasted three months. When he left here in September she vent to College Park, Maryland, to visit her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Connors, and the new daughter Michelle, born Sept. 29. While in Omaha, Mrs. Bi.senius also visited with another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Woksa. On her way home she spent the weekend at the home of her daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Lcnhardt and family in Storm Lake. She also attended the 40th anniversary of the local C.D.A. where her sister-in-law Susan Eisele was guest speaker. Roxanne Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bormann, was baptized in St. Michael's Catholic church. Her sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bormann. Dinner guests in her honor were Rev. Charles Bormann of Remsen. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bormann and family of LeMars, Mrs. Alice Bierle of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bormann of here. Thomas Dunphy left last Sunday for Moline, 111., where he attendee* a John Deere tractor school la.si week. He returned home Friday evening. Mr. Dunphy is employee! in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Martin (Butch) Po- traU and Mr. and Mrs. Uelbcrt Wichtendahl attended a district meeting Tuesday evening at Van's Cafe in Algona. Larry Twedt, manager of thy Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pcttit, Mi-, and Mrs. Lorenz Gade, Mr. an<J Mrs. Charles Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stcier, directors, attended the 36th annual rneetinj of the Farmers Elevator Service Company at the Fort Pes Moines Hotel in DCS Moines last week. A farewell pajriy was held Sunday evening, Jan. 21, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reding in the West Bend Legion hall. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mrs. Adeline Wagner of St; Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Robinsofl of Pocahontas, Rev. Charles Bormann of Remsen, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bormann of LeMars, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'Bormann, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Keith Ballard of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bormann of here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reding left Monday, Jan. 22, for Phoenix,] Ariz. Mrs. Myrtle Rusch of Fort Dodge entertained a group of rel atives at a dinner in her home in honor of her birthday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke > Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumachi Mrs. Adelia Meyer, Mrs. Aurelte Leininger, of here. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch of Letts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Olliver Lents of Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Iverson of Cedar Falls. Mrs. Ida Schumacher entertained Mrs. Ma Mrs. Adelia Meyer 'is.- Amanda Zumach a cards Thursday evening. Joe I. Dale, Bode, Succumbs To Illness Joe I. Dale, 73, of Bode, died Sunday afternoon at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge following a 2Vi week illness. Funeral services are set for Wednesday at 2 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode. Rev. M. 0. Craabel, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery at Bode. The Schellhammer funeral home of West Bend is in charge of the arrangements. Born in Norway, Mr Dale came to this country in 1907, at the age of 19. He settled near Bode. He served in the army during World War I, was married at Bode in 1920, to Miss Synncva Dale, also of Bode. The couple farmed near Bode until 1948, when they retired and moved into town. Surviving, besides his wife, are four brothers and two sisters living in Norway; two sisters, Mrs Tina Dale and Mrs Nels Helle, both of Bode, and two brothers, Berger of Bode and Edward of Belle Plain, Minnesota. The weather (it was 14 degrees below zero when the meeting began) held the crowd to a minimum, but failed to dispel any of the warmth created over the possibility of a merger of the Algona and Whittemore school districts, if an open meeting here Wednesday night, Jan. 17, is any indicator of feelings here. Generally speaking, it was apparent that the 32 persons present, less than half the number present at a similar open meeting at Whitlemore two nights earlier, favored the proposed merger — and it is quite possible that due to reaction at 'both meetings, the county board of education will now m.ake a thorough study of the proposal. Their study would be followed by a public meeting, circulation of petitions, a vote of all persons in the three areas involved — and finally, reorganization if the plan is passed. Supt. 0. B. Laing, who presided at the meeting here, ventured "just a guess" as to a possible calendar of events from now on. Petitions could be circulated during February, a public hearing could be held Feb. 15, an election to determine if all persons in the ,three areas want the reorganiza- '•tidd in* March, election of a new school board in May, with July 1 as a possible effective date for the reorganization. In answer to this question — "will we have to increase accommodations for students" from Fred Kent, Jr., Mr. Laing stated ,— "not at the present, however, we are tightly housed now." John Hayes, president of the Al- ;ona school board, said the Whit- eraore building '.'will be the prob- em of the new school board." He was referring to possible use of the Whittemore structure by the proposed hew district. Leonard Elbert, president of the Whittemore board, and board member Bud Espe were present at the meeting and Elbert gave a resume on millage, school costs there, etc. It was made clear that any other John Murphy, Livermore, Dill »&,>i yjfr'X.'ft ,„:•$,.. _-;:• ^. " ^ _f«t -tra. 63, Liv> _....„-_ .„„,„.„ died of. .if hear! eotfditiOft at' his home Sunday evening. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at Sacree Heart Catholic church in Livermore with the Rev. P. M. Sturm as celebrant of the requiem Mass. Burial will be in Mount Calvary cemetery.- • '> s• Mr. Murphy was 'born, reared and educated at LiVermore and speti^ most of his life here. He 'hever married, arid, survivors include one sister in California, Vacation In South Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Galbraith left Saturday on a vacation trip to the southern states. Mr. Clark operates the Galbraith elevator. - , . At Company Meeting Sheridan Cook, manager of the United Building Center here (for- ferly Botsford's) attended a company manager's meeting at Mankato, today. Licenses To Wed Two wedding licenses were issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Leonard Dahlhauser and Diane K. Ramus, Bancroft, Jan. 24; and James V. Kildow and Gwendolyn A. Egel, Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 29. Card Of Thanks 'luiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuniiaiiimiiiminiiiiiiiniiiran CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this means of expressing our deep appreciation to friends, relatives and-neighbors for their many acts of kindness during the last illness and after the death of our dear sister, Martha. A special thanks to Pastor G. J. C. Gerike and Dr. C. Plott and the ladies who served the dinner. — Mr and Mrs Herman Jaskulke, Mr and Mrs Roy Weaver, Mr and Mrs Robert Laabs, Hertha Johnson and Gertrude Faulstich. for. their many acts -'of kindness duiHnlg-fhV test illness arid affef. the deith M our loved one, W. C. HeiteY. : A Special thanks to the ladies who served dinner and lunch. -'Mr ,«Hi Mrs Clair. Bollinger, Marilyn and Willis. NC ^ sineerfrth made ojtf fiftieth* ami a merfferabfe'day. :, West Bend. • ,**.. . ,_.-.most ifeclatifiii to ilatives-who •sary" such "Mrs :<4) Frdhi top^to* BdHom make ; youf In Bd matter What part of the home. your, family gathers, make it a beautiful, warm setting by covering your floors with the finest in carpeting. Guhstan carpets, leader* in style, color and design, can be yours at a cost no more than ordinary carpets. Come in arid see our large selection t of quality carpets today. Choose from a wide variety to complement your own decor, at & price to fit your budget READ'S FURNITURE AND CARPETS, INC. "West of the 'Courthouse Square" CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends for the cards and flowers while I was in the hospital. — Mrs Mabel Rentz. 4 CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to all who assisted in any way during our ! recent'fiad lbss' : We are especially grateful for the beautiful'floral offerings. — Mr and Mrs Floyd Bacon and family, Mr and Mrs Stuart Thompson and family. areas adjoining the present districts can petition along with persons from the Algona and Whittemore districts to be included in the reorganization. It is assumed the millage levy for the proposed reorganized district would be about 48, compared to 48.184 in Algona and 41.538 in Whittemore at the present time. Total assessed valuation of the districts is $16,383,148, the debt total is $674,000 and bonding capacity is $800,000. THANK YOU! The sponsoring service clubs and organizations of the Little League Uniform Benefit wish to thpnk all that contributed to this project. More funds are needed and anyone who did not have the opportunity to participate ro«y do so by sending or taking his contribution (9 the Chamber of Commerce office. aa pj l 0jff^^ BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES WESLEY TITQNKA CORWITH HOMiS AT RENWICK LuVERNE ALLEN J. BLAK& 24 HOUR AMBULANCI SIBVICi OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONIiQUfB PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LvVsmf (Home Office) ****XM^^ CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the visits and cards while I was hospitalized and at home; and Re.v. G. J. C. Gerike for his visits and prayers. — Henry Scheppmann. 4* CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most' sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for the prayers, cards, flowers, memorials, food and the many kindnesses during our recent bereavement. Family of Fred Will. ' The 4* CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this means of expressing our deep appreciation to friends, relatives and neighbors IT'S TAX TIME NEED CASH? 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GOOD RESIDENCE -— Good residence with two lots in Swea City, Iowa. Legal description: "Lots One (1) and Two (2), Bl9ck Twenty-six (26), Richmond's Fourth (4»h) Addition to Swea City, Kosswth County, Iowa." RESIDENCE PROPERTY Residence property of decedent located at East edge of Swea City on North sjde of Highway No. 9, and adjacent to Highway. Excellent business location. , . THREE RESIDENCES IN BANCROFT, IOWA Legal Descriptions: M) ctu^ 0n |U« ) " nd TW ° W ' 8l ° Ck TVy ° 12) ' Qrisinal Plat pf B 8 »« r c-ft, Kossuth (2) "Out-lots, Six (6) and Seven (7), Morehouies Second (2nd) Additon to Ban. croft, Koisuth Covnty, Iowa." ¥ " (3) "Lot Six (6), Auditor's Plat to Bancroft, Kossuth County, Iowa." ""^ ~ PERSONAL PROPERTY Personal property consisting of RCA Portable TV, 17"; Model "A" Ford automobile; mtswllaneoy* household goods including an old organ For further Details See or Call L W. NITCHALS LEO J. CASSEL CY 4-2713 cy 4-3281 Algona, Iowa Algona, Iowa CO-ADMINISTRATORS

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