Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1966 · Page 3
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of Sexton have 25th anniversary Sexton — Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbaoh celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last week Tuesday at their home when a number.of,neighbors came in to spend tile evening. Mrs. Nell Opheim visited laat week -Wednesday- evening -at the home of Burnaclene Opheim at Burt, the oocassion being Burnadene's birthday. Mrs. Gladys Hawcott was also a guest. Kenyan Gabrielson went to Esthervilie on Monday where he will begin classes on Tuesday at the E:therville Community College. Nell, Opheim took her s'nbr Dorothy Dammarell to Mason City Tuesday where she took the plane to her home in Chicago Mrs. Opheijn then visited, in, the afternoon with her brother Strother and wife, a niece, Mrs. Garnet 'Pick'ard and a nephew, the Lloyd Wises; all who live 1 in Mason City. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lucas of Narco, Calif, are here visiting at the home of Mary and Charles McMahon. ?Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielsor. and Mrs. Nell Opheim attended the 65th wedding anniversary at ;he> Algofta Methodist cHtifdi in iofittr of Mr. and Mrl ttatvey SteVen. Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Nell Opheifri, her sister, Mrs. jDoro'thy bammareli of dihi' oago, a niece and husband Mr. and Mrs. James Dee of Minneapolis were Monday dinner quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise near Wesley. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons William and Thomas were afternoon visitors there also, they are from Cofell, Minn. Kathryn Pruismannjeft Monday for Mason Gity WrUWe she will enter college this wfcek. Mr. attd Mrs. Leo tthotnsen and daughter's, Mary and Judy spent Sunday afternoon and Monday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Anderson of Paton and the Eldon Owens of near Jefferson. The Owens' son Dick, who is in the service, is leaving soon for Viet Narti. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruismann entertained over the Labor Day weekend with most • <rf their children and'families home. Mr. and -Mrs. 'Marion Alberta and somof Loveland,>Cplo. j; came for a visit with;hertparents, so the resit of the families joined them for a reunion, coming from Blairsburg, 'Little 'Rock, Rock i Rapids, Cedar Rapids and Al gona. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Hovey, Carol and Jimmy visited Labor Day evening at the parental Bar old Hovey home in- Wesley. Farewell for couple leaving at Lone Rock Lone Reck The Hurlburt Toaokort rtoopflon dated al Ledysrd — The Parent ar brg£tttifcatio>n teachers recep- family had a dinner orii Sunday in honor of Merwyn Hurlburt, who left Saturday ; for Grapevine, Texas, where he and his family will make their home. Mr. Hurlburt, who will be working with an airline there, will leave ahead ^of his family who are staying on the farm north of Lone Rock until around Nov. 1. Mr. Hurlburt, who has lived all his life in Lone Rock, is married and has .four children. He has farmer in the Lone ^Rock area for 10 years. Attending the family dinner at the Legion hall were the Merwyn Hurlburts, Sylvester Braces. Bill Rath, Mrs. Clara Rath, A.I- gona; the Clinton Raths, Morris .Weisbrods, Dale Wagners, Swea City; Raloh Hurlburts, Swea City; Bob Heifners, Jr. 'Hurlburts, Dale Schroedets, Albert Shasers, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, the Jim Longs, and Mary Hurlburt, Min neapolis, and Don Yates, Fenton. tion will be held Friday, 16, jit 8 p.m. The program ^ corn- mittee is the Howard KlinKsieks, Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon and tne Delbart WbhtWrths. The Mfel- viit" Lbgemanns are chairmen' M he refreshment committee. Of* .icers for this year are 'Kenneth lease, 1 'president; Mrs. Lowell Underbakke, vice; Mrs. -Edwin 3'ont.ie, sec.; and Mrs. William BaUman, treas. . , EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Market prices paid on Wednesday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.25 out 2.29 No. 2 Whfte Oats (38 IDS.) in .68 out .72 No. 1 Soybeans (new) : 1 offer Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH EVEN e*^ CO-OP and Golden Suit Feeds For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Call 295-6614 Closed Saturday afternoon during summer months. Pays for itself in the engine wear it saves William Gades celebrate their KotttNi fraleri al Okobojl nwtlini The following persons attended the annual director's conference of the Farmers Grain Dea^ ers Association held September 6-8 at Vacation Village on West Lake Okoboji; Andrew Marty, A. A. Schipull, Albert Fish, L. 0. Hiller, Alvin Webar s W. H. er, all of the LuVerne Oo ative Elevator; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arsnd of the Irvington Go3>pe>r ative Elevator Co.; Gerald Jen of the Fen'ton Coop Elevator Co.; and J. L. Miller of the Burt Coop levator. The Lone Rock Presbyterian church will.hold its first meet- ng of their new' communicanits class Saturday, Sept. 17. The slass this year will include those uvho are in the eighth grade. The Dale Schroeders, of Lone lock, had as guests the Clair Bollingers, Marilyn and WUh's, and Diane Vaske, 'Bancroft, and ;he Henry Schroeders last week tor a dinner for Willis Bellinger, lome on leave from Massachusetts. The Don Hurlburts, Fenton, dad as Sunday guests for Merwyn Hurlburt the Dale Schroe- ders, Orville Hurlburts, of Lu- Verne, Eldon Hurlburts,'recent- ly home from Germany, and the Herman Maases. The Herman Behrends, Clifton, 111., visited in the John Beh rends home last week. Herman and John Behrends are cousins. The Richard Behrends, of Forest City, and Ronald Behrends, Audubon, were guests Sunday evening of the John Behrends. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt entertained Sunday evening at a belated fifth birthday party for their daughter Audrey. Guests were •'Mr. and-Mrs. Richard Mat tag and family of Jefferson, la. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinne and family of TJUVerne, Mr. and Mrs Harold Harms of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schaden dorf and family of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Newbrougl of Oak Park, 111., visited at the home of Mr. Newbrough's par ents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough over last weekend. The Newbroughs will visit the Black Hills, S. D., and Minneapolis before returning to Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. William Gads, Whittemore, were honored at ah open house at St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 28, in observance of their silver wedding anniversary. . '.• • Hostess for the event was their daughter, Mrs. Ghajles W. Bierstedit, assis^ed^by the couple's sister-in-law, Mrs. Russel Gordon, of Emmetsburg. Mrs Larry Nauss, Emmetsbiurg, had charge of the guest book, and Mrs. C'arl Nauss, Emmietsburg and Mrs. Ray L. Sweet^ Charles City, sisters of Mrs. Gade, pre Sentral to elect one director Lone Roek—Sentral will hold School Board election ort Moa- day, Sopt&mtoar 12 at the high school building. Robert Pontney is running; for director, to replace Verl Smith Who is reiSigtv ing. There will be only one name 6n the ballot for director, Which is a three year tel'm. Mr.| Port* riey, who lives north of Lone liltM visited . hospital Ifot Week. ^ifi tH* Algona scouts to host a Algeria Boy Sebut troops 70 and 7rwtn4o^a<dl&trifct fall Camppree hew Sefrt. 1&1M8 at Rock on a farm, is married and the Kenneth Rpney farm north Lu Verne Pern Bigings Initiation of the freshman class of the LuVerne high school took place at 7:30 p.m. Friday on the basketball court at the school house. The Ralph Grays, Shenanctoah, their son the Robert Grays and daughter, of Omaha, were Labor day weekend guests of their son the Jim Grays, and her parents the John Stampkas. Mario Stampka was a Labor day weekend guest of her parents the John Stampkas. She is employed, at Collins Radio in Cedar Rapids. Labor day weekend guests ol Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston ware her daughters Beulah and Doris Eg sided at the punch and coffee gleston, Des Moines. With their ~ 'sister the Charles Nygaards, o 4-H News table. Several;ladies from St. 'aul's Aid assisted in 'the kitchen serving the cake arid ice cream.' Special guests were Mrs. Laura uordon, Cylinder, mother of Mrs. Gade, and Mrs. Minnie Cullen and Tom Birkliand, Minneapolis, Minn., aunt and uncle of Mrs. Gade. Also, many friends and relatives attended from Springfield, Virginia; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Albert Lea and Glenville, Minn.; Northwood, Ledyard, Charles City, Fenton, Algona, Emmetsburg, Estherville, Ayrshire, West Bend, Rodman, and Whittemore. William Gade and Frances Gordon were marred Aug. 31, 1941. .* Kossuth group at land bank meet Seven representatives of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona attended a regional conference for directors and managers, September 7, at Storm Lake. The conference, sponsored by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, was attended by more than 25 directors and managers rom 18 Federal Land Bank As- ociations in western Iowa. Attending from the Algona ssociation were Hugh Black, Algona, president; Douglas Wildin, Algona; Robert Deal, Alona; Leander Menke, Swea City; Marvin Junkermeier, Elnore, Minn.; and Field Assistant he father of three daughters vho all attend Sentral commtln- ,y schools. The other name oa he ballot is that of K. W. Jackon who is running for treasurer which is a two year term. Mr. ackson who is a banker and ivcs in Lone Rock is married nd the father of three children vho .all attend Sentral Sentra! community school dis- riot has gained 10 sections of and as of July 1 of this year through reorganization of school districts in ' Lolts Creek township. This makes a total of 139 CL'tiOns in the Sentral commun- ty school district. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McPhillips, Salem,, S. D., and Mrs. Lorand Mrs. Ronald C'hri&bsnsoh, etta Gappi Cula Vista, _Calif., CRESCO CHUMS The hostesses of the September Cresco Chums 4-H meeting were Linda and Zelda Meehlhause. Roll call, "a. highlight of the fair—or funny incident" was answered by 22 members. Style review winners were: senior, Linda Meehlhause; intermediate, Edna Frideres; and jun ior, Rhonda Peek. Alternates were senior Susan Smith and Marilyn Roethler; intermediate, Mary Besch; junior, Rhonda Sabin. Reports were given by Marilyn Roathler on the "Community Project", and Linda Meehlhause on "State Fair Style Review." Guests were Mrs, Les WUdin Mrs. Ronald Sabin and Mrs. Wil liam Specht. Reporter is Sheila Frideres. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Keith Hopp, Forest City, nanager E. H. Hutchins. and Wesley, they visited their dau ghter and sister the Arthur Hen i-ys in Rockwell City Sunday. . The William Goodriches and Mary, Marion, were Labor day weekend guests of her parents the Duane Neals. Maebelle fviaass and brother M'ai'vin Maass were weekend guests of their mother Mrs. Marie Maass and Bob. They are teaching in Manson and Ogden schools. Connie Sanford had a ten day break from the Hamilton business college at Mason City, with her parents the Wayne Sanfords and returned Sept. 7. Linda Daley went Labor day to Mason City and enrolled at Hamilton business college. She is a 1966 graduate of the Lu- Verne high school. Mrs. Louis Werner, Fairmont, -her daughter the FJldo Beck- 'mans, Yvonne and Kristine, St. James, Minn., were Labor day guests of their aunt the Charles Hinzes and Lester Hinz. The R. C. Wallines were Labor day weekend guests of friends in Chicago. Gold Star Mothers meet at Whittemore Whittemore — The annual Gold Star Mothers' party will be held on Tuesday evening, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. in the Legion Hall. Each member may bring a guest and all eligible ladies may attend. Entry fee is your dues. There will be a program and lunch will be served following cards. Jean and Nancy were weekend gue&ts of the A. A. Kruegers. The Kruegers entertained sev era! families Sunday, guests were the Raymond Neswolds, Britt, Melvin Meyers, Swea City, E. A. Lees and Michael, The H. K. Drowns, Des Moines, were guests in the home of their daughter, the Jess Blanchards. orirvington/ The purpose of this Camporee is to teach the boys pioneering skills. ':.•-,. ' All parents that have boys of scouting age 11 through 16 years are urged to .contact the Inc'il scoutmaster, if they wouild like to have their boys take part. Contact: 'Troop.. 70 scoutmaster Richard Beisell 6r Tr6op 71 scoutmaster* Roy Burris. Grave! truck overturns Saturday A gravol .truck driven by Leslie M.. Sorensteri, JGruver, overturned Saturday .morning as he was attempting to back out of a farm driveway; The loaded '66 ChoVrpM pwvel truck 'landed on its top, sustaining damages of "350 to>thehood <ahd -fender. There'we're ,no < injuries nor charges in the mishap. Conneefed dr. Corrected ; HOME ON LEAVE Whittemore — A'2c Tom .'ester, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Marin Potratz, is home on two week eave from Forbest AFB, Tope- a, Kansas. He came to be 'an attendant at the wedding of Keith Seely. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Pastor and Mrs. Olvin Sorlien of Decorah were Labor Day weekend visitors at the Magnus Sorlien home. Mr. Selmar Haugen of Palm Desert, Calif, and of Algona visited Ray Haugen Saturday at the home of Mrs. Carl Opheim, and with other friends in Bode, Miss Elaine Bratland of San Francisco is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Bratland. Miss Bratland is a teacher of pre-kindergarten children in the San Francisco school, which will start Sept. 12 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrom anc daughter of Dubuque were also visitors at the parental Bratland lome over the Labor Day weekend. Mrs. Hans Hanson of Kiester, Minn, is a surgical patient at Maeve hospital in Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wil- "JIM ,UT k T" t ELECTRIC Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mrs. Lucy Dally, Los Angeles, Calif., came Friday to visit her sister, the C. B. Robinsons and her brothers, the Gotch and Fred Wills. Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson and Kenny, Ackley, visited Monday at the C. B. Robinsons. Kenny remained until Saturday when the C. B. Robinsons and Mrs. Dally took him home. The C. F. Meyers spent Labor Day weekend with the Ernest Jensens, Hackensack, Minn. Cindy Bilbrey, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with her parents, the Earl Gjersteds. CULL TOniGHT Lowest rates te htstofy ot Long Distance calls after 8 p.m. and aH day on Simda|» Enjoy a telephone visM ^ Northwesfmjhf NOTICE OF 'REGULAR sfnoQt i«CTio»l ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice is hereby given-to the qualified electors of the Algona Community School District of Algona in the County of Kossuth, State .of Iowa, -that., the •: reaular election of said/School District will be held on the 12th day of September, 1966, (Second Monday in September) with the bolls opening at 12.. noon and closina at seven o'clock, . p.m;', at Precmcti No 1, Algona High School, and Precinct No 2, Whittemore City Hall, as-defined in the resolution .adopted; August 22, 1962, With voting precincts as 'follows' Voting Precinct No. 1 Shall .include al| of the area of the Algona Community • School District except areas . Included ';.ln Voting i Precinct No. 2, wjth .(Voting place at the Algona High School .Building; Algonai Iowa. Voting Precinct No. J Shall • include .the. ..'following areas ol the Algona Community School Dlstrici with voting'place at, the City Hall, Whittemore, Iowa: Whittemore -Twp., Twp. 95 North,-Range 30, Kossuth Co., Iowa: All sections of 5, 6, 7, 8. The north half of the NW quarter, o Sec. '18; ' ' The north half of the NE quarter \o Sec.' 18; • ' • ; ' The north half of the NW quarter o Sec. 17; The north half of , the, NE quarter o Sec. 17; • ' ' ' The north half of the NW' quarter o Sec. 4. A director will be elected • for a'.term of 3 years to succeed John Hayes, mem ber at large; whose term expires Sep tember 19, 1966. Doted August 31. 1966. '• /s/ Vaughn •«. Rising Secretary . Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance,. Algono, ' Iowa September 8 and 12, 1966. :'••• Green Colonial CROWN Gas Fired Furnace .Sizes for Mobile Homes i, Exclusive All Cost Iron "heat exchanger extracts maximum heat "from every cubic foot of gas.' Cuts heating bills.'" 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