The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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Frank Johnsons Honored On Oblden Wedding WESLEY * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Feb. 20 in the Evangelical Free church with open house from 2*5 p. m. 200 relatives and friends attended. A program was presented by a group of relatives. The Art Larson family presented vocal and musical numbers; Brian Carlson sang a solo; Tom and tiuane Larson, Michael and Larry Pearson gave a vocal number. Mrs, Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake gave an account of the wedding Feb. 16, Idle. Rev. Ahdrewson officiated at that wedding. Mrs. Axel Carlson was bridesmaid at the wedding and Was present at the Sunday party, the groom's attendant was his brother, the late Elmer Johnson. Mrs. Edna Flom and Mrs. Axel Carlson reminisced about the past 50 years of the honored couple and Mrs. Ray Carlson recited an original poem. Anna Flom and Mrs. Jongewaard were organ and piano accompanists. Ray Carlson was master of ceremonies. All went to the church parlors for refreshments. Mrs. Rachael Simpson had charge of the gifts, Mrs. Lynn Kueck and Mrs. Richard Crail had the guest book. Mrs. Edna Flom and Mrs. Ruth Johnson poured. Richard Simpson and Teddy NcNeill were ushers. Ladies of the church were on the dinning room and kitchen committees. The honored couple have lived in Wesley and vicinity except 5 years when they lived south of Lone Rock. They have two daughters, Mrs. (Grace) Stanley Simpson and Mrs. (Irene) Paul McNeill of Spirit Lake. They have seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and all were present at the celebration. - o - ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Tillie Matz was a Friday overnight guest of the Bud Deckers at Clear Lake and all •went to Williams Saturday where they attended the funeral of Oscar Schweppe, 78, who died at •the home of his son, Lawrence Schweppe at Baldwin Park, Calif. . Mrs. Schweppe, who died several years ago, was the former Mary , Matz, a sister of the late Julius Matz. The older Schweppe family were Wesley area residents many years ago. • Mrs. Isabel! Hildman, Ruth Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hildman of Plymouth, formerly of Wesley, also attended the funeral. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Mae Carman and John, Mrs. Emma Olson, Mrs. Clara Haverly and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Seller attended the wedding of the Seller's granddaughter, Patricia Noble, and Nels Dell Winthers at Britt, Feb. 19. Father L. N. Klein of Ashton performed the double ring ceremony. Twenty-two years ago Saturday, Father Klein, then of Wesley, married the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Noble, here. The young couple will live in Mason City. - o- John Loebig of Ankeny, Elery Loebig of Ames, and Larry Cooks of Spencer, visited their father Vic Loebig at the Britt hospital Sunday. The latter suffered another severe heart attack Feb. 17. Axel Carlson entered the Britt hospital Sunday evening for medical care. Mrs. Veva Lease sold three lots to Joe Krieps. They are just east of her home. Mr, and Mrs, Bob Yohn of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the parental Mrs. Mae Garman home. Donna Mae Bleich of MoJJne, HI,, spent the weekend in the parental Frank Bleich home. She teaches commercial subjects in a high school there, Vicki Arndorferi who attends Mt, Mercy College at Cedar Rapids and her brother, Dan, who is employed there, spent the / •weekend in the parental Leonard ' Arndorfer home, , Mrs. Lester Larson, Mrs, L. L, Lease and Mrs. olive Erd* nian attended the Feb. 18 meeting 'of the Britt hospital auxiliary. Mrs. L. L, Lease, acting lib•i rarian. reports having checked ! :, 9 ut 98 books Feb. 19 and M almost eo^al number of books returned, Library hours are from 2*5 p, m. each Saturday, Raymond Johnson, son of Mr, and Mrs, Albert Johnson, has received his dralt callaadleaves for service March 81, Mrs, AJ Wagner attended a Algeria Doctor At Father-Daughter Banquet The teacher sand pupils explained and demonstrated the following: sets, bases, number system, properties, equations, operations- the new methods being used mainly in arithmetic. Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church will be at 7 a. m, and 7;3>p p. m. each Wednesday and Friday during Lent. Each Friday the Stations of the Cross and Benediction will be at 3:15 p. m. Masses on Saturdays are at 7:30 a. m. C. D. A.'s held their regular meeting Feb. 22. Auxiliary At Lone Rock Has Get-Together birthday party for a former neighbor, Mrs. Abbie Bush of Corwith, Friday. H. E. Hemmingsen entered Mercy hospital Feb. 14 for surgery next day. He was brought home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Wingert, Sunday at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Others who visited her were Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wingert of Buffalo Center, Father Gerald Wingert and housekeeper of Oyens and Sister Catherine, former Mary Cecile Wingert, who is principal at St. Joseph's school in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hildman Terry and Denny and Mrs. A. J. Hildman of Mason City spent Sunday in the Harold Sankey home. Mrs. Leonard Froehlich and baby were brought home Sunday from the Britt hospital where Steven John was born Feb. 17. Mrs. Clete Studer and infant son, Tod Thomas, were brought home Monday from the Britt hospital where he was born Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson attended a state oil meeting in Des Moines Wednesday through Friday. .'„ ^ ' ' \J: AjneijipaiO Legion Auxiliary • will meet March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Foote and children were weekend guests in the parental Carl Froehlich home. Donna and family were recently transferred from Milwaukee to Des Moines. Rev. and Mrs. Herman U. Smith of Armstrong, former Wesley residents while he was pastor of the Methodist church, wrote friends here that they returned last week from a vacation trip to Los Angeles, where they visited a son and his family for two weeks. Mrs. Smith had gone to Austin, Tex. in January to visit another son, and she met her husband in California and they came home together Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes were honored at a nieghborhood When a man has a pair of good- looking daughters, and gets invited to a Father-Daughter Banquet, he should go. So it didn't take much persuasion to get Dr. Dan Bray up to St. Paul, recently, where he escorted his daughters, Elizabeth and Patricia, to the annual Father-Daughter Banquet at the College of St. Catherine. And from the above picture, we take it that father and daughters as well were enjoying the occasion. party Monday. He was 86 years young Sunday and his wife was 83 Monday. Mrs. Justine Becker and Bob attended the wedding of her nephew, Herbert Borman, son of the Henry Bormans of St. Joe, to Marlene Ernst at Humboldt Saturday at 10:30. Karen Haverly recently graduated from a three-year correspondence course in commercial art from the Famous Artist's School at Westport, Conn. Mrs. Theresa Foertsch reports new twin great-grandsons born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heinen in Hawaii Feb. 18. They have been named Timothy andThomas and are the first children for the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Fermaa. Heinen., of Algona are the grandparents. Will Martinek was brought home Feb. 19 from 2-weeks' stay in Mercy hospital, Mason City. Sunday evening, he was taken to the Britt hospital for treatment of a lung congestion. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schell- haus and Vicki Lee and Richard of Urbana came Sunday to get her mother, Mrs. Cliff Burrell, who had spent four days with Mrs. Veva Lease. Bernard McElroy of Creston spent the Feb. 20 weekend with his sister, Mrs. N. F. Weber and her husband, . Mr. and Mrs. MeMn Perkins, Bloomington, HI., visited her sister, Mrs. Tillie Matz, Sunday. Pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school held their annual Book Fair in the parish hall Feb. 25. LONE ROCK - Legion Auxiliary met and transacted several items of business, A report was given on collecting $64 for the March of Dimes. $4 was sent to a rehabilitation state fund. Six women went to a county meeting at Fenton at which Mrs. Louis Miller, 8th district president, Denison, was guest speaker. A report of the mid-year conference was given by Mrs. Ruth Simonsmeier of Ledyard. Nominating committee for county officers are Rosa Harson, chairman, Mrs. Marie Schmeling, Whittemore, and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Burt. The Auxiliary also is sponsoring the open house for Evelyn Earing, retiring postmaster, - o - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard stopped here and visited friends and relatives Saturday and Sunday enroute to their daughter's home, Mr. and Mrs. David Van Weert, Wilson, N. C. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough received news of the death of her brother, Harry Reynolds, Tacoma, Wash., Thursday. About 125 guests helped Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Feb. 20 in the Presbyterian church parlors from 2 to 5. Attendants at their wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod who were unable to attend. Their son, Willis, who is in the service, was also unable to attend, but he called that afternoon from Ft. Devens, Mass. The guests brought the lunch and the party was sponsored byMar-* garet Bierstedt and Mrs. Larson; Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt were siu> prised by friends and celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Billie Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kemna and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Larson, Bancroft. Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid met Feb. 11. Mrs. Harold Wolter gave the mission topic on India. Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Fenton, was guest speaker and showed the film "Unsheathed" and spoke on "Messenger of Christ." Mrs. Leonard Pompe gave a report on the Mission Fair to be held in June in the Algona zone. Harold Van Allen Is Chairman Harold Van Allen of Algona has been appointed county chairman for Kossuth county to coordinate local planning for "Coffee Day" Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19, according to an announcement made today by Lester Davis, Mason City and Harold Middleton, Ft. Dodge, Regional Co-chairmen for the Iowa Restaurant Association. Restaurants will spark this community activity by serving "Coffee on the House". Customers will be Invited to "drink a cup and help fill up" special containers provided to collect funds to help Iowa's mentally retarded children. Harold Van Allen said, "We are looking forward to serving many cups of coffee on Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19." participating restaurants will be identified by window banners and placards. We urge all local residents to make the 1966 "Coffee Day" a big success. Cobra and python skins from India are used in making shoes and handbags. BulcftlOOttOOO'SweepslaRes. You may have won $ 2332°°cash! A new list every week from now until 012 OJ2 OK2 163P 112 1J1 , 1K1 21537 21637 21767 21867 232 233 234 2A71 2A72 2A74 2A76 2A78 2E26 2E51 2E63 2E64 2E67 2E69 2J51 2J52 2J61 2J62 2J64 2J6S 2J69 2K31 2K41 2K47 2P51 2P52 2P61 2P62 2P65 2S51 2W54 2W65 2Y89 2Z54 2Z65 2Z71 2Z72 2Z74 2Z76 2Z78 31747 31767 31847 31867 31869 332 333 334 3620 363L 3A76 3A78 3051 3052 3053 3061 3E60 3E64 3E66 3E68 3E72 3E74 3E76 3F32 3F43 3F49 314 3J43 3J47 3J63 3J66 3J67 3J68 3K31 3K32 3K41 3P43 3P52 3P54 3P62 3P65 3P69 3S64 3S66 3S69 3U76 3U78 3W51 3W52. 3W53 3W61 3W64 3W66 3W69 3Z51 3Z60 3Z64 3Z66 3Z68 3Z69 3Z72 3Z74 3Z76 41367 41467 41767 41867 434 45567 March 31st. 429 first prizes. 45569 45667 45669 4D52 4053 4054 4061 4062 4E52 4E53 4E58 4G60 4G65 4G66 4G68 4G69 416 4J2 4J52 4J53 4J58 4K2 4K31 4K32 4K41 4K42 4N64 4N72 4N74 4N76 4N78 4P51 4P52 4P53 4P54 4P61 4S52 4S53 4S58 4W52 4W53 4W58 4W60 4W62 4W64 4W65 4W66 4W68 4W69 4Z48 4Z52 4Z53 4Y83 503 514 523 532 533 542 604M 614K 620C 622A 624P 625K 626L 628M 628T 630M 631K 632A 634 635T 635W 636K 638L 662L 663W 615 6J2 6K2 744 762P 7J2 7K2 804B 824F 824M 834C 834S 844A 854K 862S 863S 864K 864M 864T 874C 874W 884A 8940 814 8J2 8K2 962A 962W 9630 BJ2 BK2 If the first part of your car registration number is here, you might he a winner. Here's how it works. Look at the first symbols (the prefix) on your vehicle identification slip. Then look at the symbols listed above. If you find yours on the list, you've taken the first step toward being a winner. Now go see your Buick dealer. He has a list of 72 winners posted in his showroom. If you see your entire vehicle identification number on the poster—the symbols plus the rest of the num- bersr-$2332 yours. (If your prefix isn't listed, in this ad, don't give up. Your numbers may have been posted during the past few weeks. And every week there are 72 new winners posted on the showroom wall. So watch for next weeks list of new symbols in this newspaper.) No slogan to invent, no puzzles to solve. In fact, you don't even have to own a Buick to have a winning number. While you're in the showroom, get a good look at the Buick Special. The $2332.00* happens to be its price. •MinulitluiK'i lUjjdUd riUil P'W« lor $p«ci|l V-6,2-dt.coup«. ?>*• includes Fidiiji Eiciit Tn ind iu(|i:tiit diilir dilivtry tnd bvxHini clnf|i. Contest Rules. Residents of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska may, if they prefer, send in a postcard to R. L. Polk and Co., P.O. Box 1347, Detroit. Michigan 48231 and receive the weekly list of winning numbers by mail for comparison with their own vehicle identification number. An official entry form will be Included. Sweepstakes limited to persons over 21 living in the continental U.S. Not valid in Florida or states where prohibited by law. AMENDMENT TO ARTICLESOF INCORPORATION OF THE Iowa State Bank Algeria, Iowa KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That a regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the above named bank, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, held at the office of the bank on the llth day of January, A. D, 1^66, after due and legal notice had been given to the stockholders thereof in conformity with its articles of incorporation, and provisions of the Code, the following amendment was adopted. AMENDMENT: By striking all of Section 1 of Article in of the present Articles of Incorporation as amended and by inserting In lieu thereof, the following: "Section 1. The Capital Stock of this Corporation shall be Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) and shall be divided into shares of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each and shall be fully paid." In conformity with the above resolution we, the President and Cashier of said bank, have executed this Instrument, and do hereby sign and acknowledge the same, for and In behalf of the Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa, this llth day of January, A. D. 19G6. /S/ A. F. Agena, President /S/ E. J, Gilmore, Cashier tM4 DON'T go Into orbit about your INCOME TAX Oivt ui all your t«ft w*t* rUi. ttttcUt latlflt y«r IOTN n«rvti, w» c*n pfebably fIDIftAl lOTt y»w dollar!. Owf AH§ «horgt It f>»mln«l, **4 if Aft evr tarvlce guor«M**4. •'*'• Why n»t t*ft»« IA Nrfcy cmd dlKvu y*«f MM pr.bUmiwIthllOCfl •UAIANTII LIFE »f («t«f«t<. T« ftrvlct WHfc Ovtr 1,000 Offfcuj 101 Ntrth Mwr« ALOONA, IOWA , Wtth Dtyi — tilO i.m. ft 4:10 p.m. PHONf If 1-7051 NO AFFODfTXSfr MKMMIlt BuicK's'i,000,00(TSweepstakes. There's an authorized Buick dealer near you. See his \p Double-Checked used cars, too. SPRING IS COMING! SWITCH NOW TO AN LP GAS TRACTOR OPERATION AND INCREASE YOUR FARMING PROFIT . . . . . . WITH THESE ADVANTAGES : MORE POWER - BIG SAVINGS ON OPERATING COSTS AND MAINTENANCE, OIL CONSUMPTION AND FUEL BILLS I MANY PROFIT-MINDED FARMERS ARE SWITCHING TO LP CAS TfcACTOKS - HOW ABOUT YOU ? ALL OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS LISTED HERE WILL BE VERY HAPPY TO DISCUSS YOUR LP GAS TRACTOI NEfDS TODAY. STOP IN AND SEE THEM - YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID ! ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, Walt and Deb Hall INTERNATIONAL Algona GREIMANN IMPLEMENT Milton Greimann JOHN DEERE Sweg City BAUER IMPLEMENT CO. John Bauer INTERNATIONAL Wesley JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Joe & Walt Bradley OLIVER Algona BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT Gib It Dick Butcher MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE Algona LINDE IMPLEMENT Roger Unde ALLIS-CHALMERS Sw«a City ERNIE WILLIAMS Ernie Williams JOHN DEERE Algona TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO, Rex Taylor CASE Algona NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO 295-2484 COMPLCTC IP AND NATURAL OA5 10 IAJT

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