The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 5
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Pancake Day At Titonka On March 19 The Titonka Chamber of Com* merce will sponsor another pancake Day on Saturday, March 19 .with serving from 4 to 8 p. m, The free pancakes and sausages will be served in the schbol cafeteria, and everyone is invited to attend. The pancake supper is one of the means used by the local Chamber of Commerce members to express their appreciation to the people of the area for iheir patronage. Committees named for the affair are : Food - Holland Fox, chm,, J. L. Intdrmill, Russell Krominga, Johh'' Miller, Russel Fisher and Neal Boyken, Hosts - Art Boyken, chm,, J. R. Schutjer and Louis Bartlett. Plates - Titonka Savings Bank and Harvey Heyer. Sausage - Russell Krominga, chm., Russel Fisher, Carl Ludwig, Harm Huisinga and Roger Rippentrop, pancakes - John Miller, chm., Frank Fisher, mixing chm., J. L. Intermill, Mark Iverson, John Hamilton, Lawrence Heyer and Richard Isebrand. Recollection Day For Girl Scouts Here March 26 •'Day of Recollection will be held fdr Girl Scouts and Camp Fire Girls of northwest Iowa, on Saturday, March 26, 'conducted at three locations in the Diocese of Sioux City and open to all Camp Fire Girls and Girl Scouts. • Registration begins at 9:30. St. Cecelia's schools of Algona will h'bst the Day of Recollection here, with Mrs. Howard Pentecost in charge of the arrangements and Rev/ Jerome Cosgrove of Carroll, la. to give the Retreat. '/ The girls attending in Algona will be coming from Kossuth, Palo Alto, Emmet, Humboldt and Webster county. It is expected that about 100 girls will attend. Girls are to make their reservations with Mrs. Howard Pentecost, phone 295-2625, or their Scout leader. Place On School * *$*., Kf; „_*. „*, ____ ... v . i .. „•-.,.»-!,., Honor Roll Several Kossuth students at Hamilton Business College, Mason City, earned places on the school Honor Roll for the past quarter. Lynn Menke of Bancroft was one of four with a straight A average or 4. Others from the area listed on the Honor Roll were Linda Wirtjes, Lakota, 3.8182; Darrell Borman, Bancroft, 3.7143 ; Verna Maass, Lakota, 3.4545. Mew Light For 1£9,222 Corner Lighting for the intersection of highways 169 and 222 is being provided by the Livermore Lions Club. A new light has been Installed in the interest of highway safety and as a courtesy to travelers on Highway 169 .who ire looking for the Highway (222) crossing, leading either to Bode or Livermore. There have been a number of accidents at this busy intersection. The new lighting should be of .help especially during fog, blizzards, and heavy rain. Norma Goetz, Wesley, To Wed In June the wedding date is June 4 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. WESLEY By Mr*. Viote Studer NORMA GOETZ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W, Goetz of Wesley announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma Jean, to Francis H, Biegger, son of Mrs, Hazel E, Biegger of Des Moines. Miss Goetz is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone. Her fiance is employed by the U. S. postoffice in Des Moines. Mrs. George Vitzthum enter* tained her contract bridge club Thursday. Mrs. N. F, Weber will entertain the ladles March 24. Mrs. Elmer Doughan will entertain the auction bridge group March 17. Mrs. Justine Becker will be hostess to the evening contract bridge group March 16. Army Pvt. Robert Van Hove completed a combat engineer course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. March 4. He was trained in the construction and repair of roads, railroads and bridges, He also received training in demolition and mine warfare, He entered the army in October 1965. He is the son of the Henry Van Voves, Buffalo Center. His wife is the former Judy Seaberg, daughter of the Geo. Seabergs, where she now lives. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams and Marcia of DeKalb, HI., spent March 2-6 in the parental Bernard Schrauth home. Other guests there Friday evening were the Floyd Byrnes of Moorland, Paul Schrauth and Marilyn, Bancroft, Bernard Schrauths, Emmetsburg, and the George Lick- telgs. Mr. Williams is Supt. of the California packing Plant of Rachelle, m. and made a business trip to Wells, Minn. C. D. A. will hold a meeting Tuesday evening, March 22» A pot luck supper will be served at 6:45. The kitchen committee will furnish the hot meat dish. On that committee are Clara Hauptman, Ruth Mary Hrubes, Frances Weber, Thelma Blalne, Irene Hanlg and Karen Hahlg. On the entertainment committee are Joan Vitzthum (Jack) Elizabeth DornWer, Angeline Foertsch, Sharlene Hauptman, Florence Hildman, Agnes Stevens and Minnie Studer. Holy Name Society of St. Joseph's parish met March 10. A 7j30 dinner was followed by a business meeting. Election of officers was held. Albert Lickteig was elected president to succeed Franklin Bode, Dennis Cink, secretary, Paul Grandgenett, vice-president, and Ed Cruise, treasurer. Guests in the Bill Koppen home March 4 in honor of the third birthday of their daughter, Jennifer Lynn, were the latter's grandfather, A. J. Renger, and his daughter Mary Lea, of Bancroft, Dugan Flaig and the Bob LickteiRS of Algona. Sister Christian of St. Mary's of the Plaines College, Dodge City, Kansas, spent several days recently in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Louis Lickteig and family. The nun is chairman of fine arts from the west Central division. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Studer are parents of a baby girl, Linda Rosalima, bom March 8 at the Britt hospital. They have two other children, Kent, 5, and Ann Marie, 8 months, who is adopted. The J. P. Studers and Andrew Reislngs are grandparents. Mother and baby were brought home Friday. Mrs, Joseph Skow, Mrs. Bob Bolenus, Mrs. George Seaberg and Mrs. Edna Wubben attended the Farm Bureau Women's Committee meeting In Algona March 7. Wesley Township Homemakers' club met March 15 at the George Seaberg home with Mrs. Lester Larson assistant hostess. The lesson was given by Mrs. Wubben and a sewing machine discussion was led by Barbara Lickteig and Neoma Hansen. Nancy Ringsdorf Of Burt Will Wed July Thurtday, March 17, 1966 Alflena (Id.) Uppit 0« Mol«*i-§ Real Estate Transfers Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf of Burt announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy, to Larry Lee Youngwlrth, son of the Lawrence Youngwlrths of Wesley. The wedding has been set for July 9. The bride-elect Is employed by Brady Motorfrate, Inc. in DCS Moines. Her fiance is serving in the Navy alward the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk. Aillaud, Harold C. & Frances V. to Richard E. 4 Donna M. Grandgenett 2-21-66 N 50* 0. P. lots 7 4 8 blk 71; Algona. Bell, Robert J. 4 Mary to Gilbert L. 4 Mary G. Benschoter 2-21-66 Lot 5 Bells Add., Algona. Bormann, Mike 4 Minnie to Maurice P. Laubenthal 2-16-66 E 1/2 SW 1/4 10-96-27. Hofmaster, Margaret, sgl. to George McVay 2-21-66 0. P. lot 6 blk 55; Algona Price, Harold 4 Clara to Martin B. Hamilton et ux 2-15-66 Wl/2 of Wl/3 lot 2 blk 25 4 El/3 O. P. lot 3 blk 25; Wesley. Studer, Herman J. 4 Maude H. to Warren S. 4 David L. Ludwig 2-15-G6 NEl/4 NWl/4 Exc. See rec.; 23-95-27. Altizer, Moore S. 4 Shirlie 0. to P. C. Geilenfeldt, 2-17-66 0. P. lots 18 4 19 blk 11; Lakota. Honey, Nylene Altizer et vir R. L. to P. C. Geilenfeldt 217-GG Orig. Plat lots 18 4 19, blk 11; Lakota. Dranfeldt, Robert, f.xeft. to Roy A. & Bertha I. satchel 2-16-66 Sl/2 O. P. lots 1 & 2 blk 83; Pt. of Former alley desc. as N 12 1/2' in blk 83; See rec.; Algona. Kass, Evelyn, Exec.; L. H. Klein Exec, to Herman J. & Maude H. Studer 2-13-66 NEl/4 NWl/4 etc. see rec; 4 23-95-27 SWl/4 14-95-27. Jensen, Cirila K. 4 Eiler C. to Hugh M. Black 1-20-66 W 2 A. of Sl/2 SWl/4 SWl/4 1795-28. Walker, David C. 4 Sandra to Leonard A. Weber 1-19-66 Part of Call's Add. (See rec.) lots 3, 4, 5 blk 245; Algona. Wellendorf, Merle, sgl. to Lamont A. Wellendorf 1-25-66 Un- div. 5/8 int. in Sl/2 SEl/4 2095-29 4 NEl/4 4 Nl/2 SEl/4 exc. 6,49 Acres 29-95-29. Folkerts, Myrtle Johnson 4 Ehno to Myrtle Johnson 4 Ehno Folkerts 1-20-66 0. P. lots 1, 2, 3, 4, blk G; Titonka. "Koisulh County's Favorite Newspaper" IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY . * Probate No, 8888 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Lillian Schrader, Deceased, TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so. -filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this llth day of March, 1966. H, E, Rachut Administrator of saidEstate Burt, Iowa Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 22nd day of March, 1966. (21 & 28) RlMf RJOrt ALITIE5 VIKING OIL CO. GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL Wl OIVI GOLD BOND or KINO KORN STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Depot BEN PATR - ONIZ£ BUILDING CONTRACTOR - All Types Building Farm and Town •iv?K"-•"V BUILDING MATERIALS 'i •*••&. "^ ft fr*& 'HUJ' ,.,;. „•<:!.., ••> . -v |^r **»«£ Phone. 195-5266 KINDS AND TYPES f-T'.: • V, ft"'' .".- , • ., • For Remodeling, Modemliing • For Perm fc Home Building • For Ready-Mixed Concrete COWAN CORP. &<•••:..,' t , ( |. ; ,{,.,« i Whatever You Need to BUILD, REPAIR REMODEL CARGILL INC. Buyers & Sailers of All Grains • Oot our bids on your grain before you Mil, • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. Dale Kleingartner or Corwln C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. Ph. 293-2741 "HOMEBUILDING IS OUR SPECIALTY" We'll Appreciate a Chance to* Estimate Without Obligation on any Town or"-Parm Construction. TIETZ CONSTRUCTION CO. PHONI110 IUIT, IOWA BENWIBBEN Building Contractor All Types Building — Farm and Town 122 South .Heckart, Algona Phont 295-2165 (Please Call Afttr 6:00 P.M.) »+»+++»»»»»»••»»••»•»••*••*••++ MORE A Liquid Foods FOR TOP GAIN IN LIVESTOCK Call Algona 295-3548 MOR - GRO MOREA FEEDS, INC, So, of Algona on Hwy. 169 .»+»»»»»• »»»»»»»»•»•»»• »•••••»«*•» JOHN B. ISEBRAND BUILDER - CONTRACTOR TITONKA, IOWA PHONi 171 We Welcome A Chance To Give You An Estimate On Residential, Farm or Commercial Building No Obligation, CONTRACTING SINCE 1921 Ben has had his hand in the building game for a long time. In 1936 he came to Algona and started working for George Miller's buiJding concern. In 1946, after 21 months in the service overseas with the 85th Infantry Division he took Mr. Miller's business over for himself. New homes are not the only things that keep Wibben busy. He's done extensive remodeling work in many homes and farms around the area. He turns out all kinds of building work, including cabinet making. A job is never too small or too large for this busy man who always has time to talk with everyone. While there's a back log of jobs, Ben says he never turns down any offers if they can possibly be done. Ben's expert workmanship and experience is well known in this area. This coupled with having the proper tools, experienced workmen and just plain hard intelligent work, qualifies him to be your next building contractor. See him for any of your needs, no matter what they may be ... insulating, adding a room, building farm buildings, roofing, siding, moderniz- ina of your kitchen or bathroom, new garage, store building or a new home. Call Ben at 295-2160 after 6 p. m. and you II always get a friendly greeting. His new office is located at the corner of Lantry and Nebraska Sts. (Just south of Miller IS THE TIME TO PLAN I IS THE TIME TO SEE BEN WIBBEN Your Banking Needs SAFE CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community IOWA STATE BANK ALOONA'S HOME-OWNED BANK Moving • Storage • Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured - New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Types Crating - Phone 295-2275 POST Transfer & Storage Algona Implement Co. FARM EQUIPMENT • FARM SERVICE MOTOR TRUCKS HOME APPLIANCES thono 295-3501 1497 Commercial St. ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Headquarters In Algona "The Quality Name In Farm Equipment" fait tf Alaena on Highway 1| +«»««»«ee«»»«* So. Phillip* St. Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred t.P. Gas BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO. of Algona Phone W*-M*1 Algoncj e> + «»»»»»» + »»*»+'»*****+*** + ****4 ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING \ THE FINIST IN PLUMBING AND HEATING EQUIPMENT • Komer, rtheeai * CT»W FteUirei t Rbwn* Hot Water better! e Iranr Wttcr t Hw-Alr* tad American olwdard Fur- Softeww. nacei and Air CeBdHtoalig. t Electric • INSINK£RATQR'Garbage Diipoiei Utitf cr-R< vice. PHONi 2954240 IN ALGONA

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