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8-Alflona (la.) Upptr D*i Moln*i Thursday, March 24, 1966 Mrs. Anderson Is Named So. Kossuth Cancer Head Mrs. Lyle R. (Bud) Anderson has been named as cancer crusade Chairman for South Kossuth county. Mrs. Anderson was born and raised in Kossuth county, and is a member of the Methodist church of Algona. She is also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and XI XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. A meeting of the board of the South Kossuth chapter of the American Cancer Society will be held March 28 at 10:30 a. m. in the Algonquin Room of the Colonial Motel. The kick-off meeting will be held at 2 p. m. on the same day at the same place. Kits will then be given to chairmen and volunteer workers for the crusade, which will start in the county April 1 and continue throughout the month. Frances Anderson of Estherville, field representative, will attend both meetings. Mrs. Theodore Hoover, jr., Titonka, is chapter chairman. The question has been posed many times as to why the American cancer Society is not in the United Fund Campaign. The society has explained the reasons by saying that the American Cancer Society is a national organization, composed of volunteers and staff from every section of the country, it is a temporary organization, dedicated to one basic purpose; To conquer cancer and then go out of business. And it is an emergency organization, seeking simply to obtain enough dollars to wage an unrelenting fight to help save the millions who will otherwise die of cancer. The door-to-door cancer Crusade in April each year is the focus of this Intensive and extensive educational effort. Over 2 million volunteers will participate in the crusade. The American Cancer Society last year spent $12 million on cancer research alone. Town chairmen include Mrs. Bryan Stewart of LuVerne, Mrs. Stanley Harris of Titonka, Mrs. J. T. Meurer of Wesley, Mrs. Dan Foley of Whittemore, Mrs. A. J. Grandgenett of St. Benedict, Mrs. Ken Roney of Irv- irigton. Although Algona has the United Fund, there are two town chairmen for Algona, Mrs. James Telecky and Mrs. Edgar Meyer. Township chairmen include Jean Voelker for Lotts Creek, Mrs. LeRoy Bonnstetter for Whittemore, Mary Jean Origer for Riverdale, Mrs. Earl Loss for Sherman, Mrs. Arthur Peterson for Buffalo, Mrs. John Hagg for Irvington, Mrs. carl Paetz for Plum Creek, Mrs. Robert Hardkopf for LuVerne, Mrs. Leon Martin for Cresco, Mrs, John Mullins for Prairie, Mrs. Fred Bentele for Wesley, Mrs. Alfred Schenck for Union, and Mrs. Howard Sparks for Portland. Miss Erpelding Of Algona To Wed, August JOYCE ERPELDING Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Erpelding of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Ann, to -William Rahm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miignus Rahm, St. Benedict. An August wedding Is planned. The bride-elect is a 1961 graduate of Garrigan high school, She attended Ottumwa Heights College and is now employed as a secretary at St. Joseph's hospital in Omaha. Her fiance is a 1963 graduate of Garrigan high school, He is presently attending Iowa State University at Ames where he is in his junior year, -100th- Henry Luers, livelong resident of Keokuk, <jounty, celebrated his 100{h birthday on March 7 in Keota. He and his late wife farmed near Sigourney and were both quite active in civic affairs, MRS. ANDERSON BETSY WEBER came from Des Moines to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen. She is employed as aide at the Bishop Drum home. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedinger and sons attended the basketball games Thursday at Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. James Guffey are moving to Albert Lea, Minn., the middle of the month where Mr. Guffey will be employed by the King Seeley Thermos Co. He has been with the Weld- enhoff Corp. the past several years. MRS. NEWTON Heiter had as a visitor Sunday Mrs. Jack Craig, Humboldt. GAYLE Phillips, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Grady Phillips, was met in Des Moines Thursday by her mother and Mrs. Walter Hagen and sons. They attended the baUgames andGayle will spend her quarter break here. She is a student at Grinnell College. MR. AND MRS. Tom Zweifel Fairmont, are expected here for a weekend with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zweifel and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips. MR. AND MRS. Richard Moen have had as guests the latter's mother and niece, Mrs. Leota Collem, West Des Moines, and Mrs. Sandra Dowd of Chippawa Falls, Wis. MR. AND MRS. Leo KoUasch were at Armstrong Monday evening to attend the class play In which their daughter, Jean Rooney, took part. Jean is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rooney. MR. AND MRS. Alvin Pederson went to Humboldt Sunday and spent the evening with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Pederson, FRANCES Hanson, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanson, returned to Bryant school Monday where she is in the sixth grade. She has been out of school since Jan. 23 when she suffered a broken thigh bone while tobagganing. she was In traction five weeks, then confined to bed a while longer, and finally was able to get on crutches, which she .still uses. MRS. KATHERINE McMurray had as callers Monday her nephew Guy Burge, Des Moines, MR. AND MRS. Howard Stephenson were visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Glaser, Omaha, who came to see the basketball games. They are former Algonans. MR. AND MRS, Marvin Hackbarth were at Sioux Rapids Sunday visiting Mrs. Hackbarth's mother, Mrs, Gwenola Wardlow, They brought home the children whom Mrs. Wardlow had looked after while the parents attended a sport convention in Des Moines, MRS. PEARL Potter had as dinner guests last Sunday her sons and daughters-in-law, Mr, and Mrs, Sherwood Potter, Emmetsburg, and Mr, and Mrs, Murl Potter. GEORGE McVay purchased the Ralph Donovan house on South Thorington street some time ago and it will be moved a little later to a lot on West College street on the lot next to the Don Prews, nearly across from the Good Samaritan home, It is occupied by the John sires who will continue living in it. MR. AND MRS. Don Meyer spent Sunday at Le Sueur, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hentges and were accompanied by Mervin's mother, Mrs. Ella Hentges. THE MONTHLY Cub Scout meeting was held Tuesday evening at the Lucia Wallace school and parents of the boys were guests. Ed Sindelar Is Scout Master and the club is sponsored by the Kiwanls club. MRS. WALTER Steven spent Sunday at Britt with her husband, who is in a rest home. She is able to see him frequently. MRS. GAIL Stockwell was dismissed from St. Ann hospital not long ago, having suffered a heart attack. Her daughters, Mrs. Arlene Tillman, Sioux City, Mrs. Fred Lassahn and Mrs. William De Kruif, Mason City, and Mrs, Henry Nelson, Minneapolis, have been here frequently to see her and assist in the housework, MRS. KARL Willason was visited one day last week by her son, Robert of Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Leroy Lau had as guests last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. John Famus and family, Garner. MR. AND MRS. Don McGuire and Janet, Mrs. William Besten- lehner and Mrs. J. P. Studer and Margaret spent last Saturday and Sunday at Atchlson. Kan. touring Mount saint Scholastica College. MR. AND MRS. Leo Gardner spent Sunday at Spirit Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Percival. MRS. LLOYD Muckey has been hospitalised at St. Aim for an ear infection. MR, AND MRS. Vernon Jenson have gone to Lansing to visit their son Robert and wife. MR. AND MRS, Harvey Johnson have been visited by their son-in*law and daughter, Mr* and Mrs. 0. J. Simons and Nina of Gilbert. They were here from Tuesday till Thursday last week. MR. AND MRS. Jim Shipler, Sr., returned home Monday from a visit since January with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Shipler, Jr., at Fullerton, calif. , at Hobbs, New Mex., with another son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Shipler and at Neosho, Mo. with a son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mittag. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Parrlsh were visited last week by the former's mother Mrs. T. M. Parrlsh, Charles City. MRS. NEVA Munger of Spencer spent last week with her son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund and family. MR. AND MRS. JohnSchimmel went to Newell Saturday to pick up 1,000 glad bulbs which a friend there had shipped in from growers in Illinois, California, Oregon and New York. These bulbs will be sold here later when the society here has a sale. MRS. ERNST Thlel spent a couple of days at Britt last week with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs, Bert Sankey. MRS. BERTHA Pommerenter- tained her card club Wednesday. !V Xj I Real Estate Transfers Hl|; IIWMI •BWIillliV 9 • M ( < . Tooley, Frank, sgl. Daniel H. SQL. to Gerald L.Walders 3-4-66 Sl/2 NE1/4 18-99-30. Tufte, Connie Lou & Clayton to Arnold Edward Stufllck 3*4-66 Undlv, 6/7 Int. in Nl/2 NEl/4 30-95-27. Tufte, Connie Lou & Clayton et al to Fidelia & George Ricke 3-4-66 Undiv. int. Wl/2 SE1/4 19-95-27. Tufte, Connie Lou & Clayton to Daniel E. Froehlich 3-2-66 SE1/4 30-95-27. Underbakke, Ellsworth M. & Lorraine Bonnie to 0. Lowell Underbakke 3-3-66 NEl/4 21100-27. Walders, Gerald L. to Gerald L. & Shirley Walders 3-4-66 Sl/2 NEl/4 18-99-30. Winkel, Mamie, Widow to Wm. Dodds 3-4-66 NEl/4 (sub. to life estate) 33-96-29. Coleman, Francis C. & Ruth Ellzey to Richard M. Dahl et ux 3-2-66 SE1/4 NWl/4 NEl/4 SW1/4 & all that pt. of SE1/4 SW1/4 lying N. of R. R. R, of W & all that pt. of SEl/4 lying N. of R. R. right of Way 1399-30. McFadden, Stewart A., sgl. to Allen B. Salisburyetux3-5-66 NWl/4 NEl/4 NWl/4 14-95-29 & Nl/2 SW1/4 NEl/4 NWl/4 (see rec.) 14-95-29. Zeigler, Wilbur J. & Mildred to Earl Zeigler; Undiv. 2/3 int. 3-1-66 El/2 NEl/4 32-96-28j Wl/2 NEl/4 NWl/4 33-96-28 & Sl/2 SW1/4 28-96-28. Colburn, C. D. & Mabel M. to Stewart A. McFadden 3-5-66 All that pt. of NEl/4 NWl/4 NWl/4 (see rec.) 14-95-29. McFadden, Stewart A., sgl to Bulldogs Finish With Five Men Averaging 8.8 - 24.7 Five regulars averaged from 8.8 to Z4.7 points per game during the recent Algona high school basketball season, which ended with a first round loss to Ames In the State Tournament last Thursday. Statistics for the season, which saw the locals win 21 and lose only three, for a .875 percentage of wins, list Dale Teeter, the all-time scoring leader here, Dan Mer ryman, Craig E spe, Dave Walker and Tom Claude In that order of scoring. Teeter's record single season total of 592 points Included 212 field goals and 168 of 213 free throws. Merryman averaged 11.3, with 261 points on 105 fielders and 51 of 74 free tosses; Espe, 261 points for a 10.8aver- age on 84 field goals and 93 of 114 free throws; Walker, 8.8 average on 74 field goals and 65 of 98 free throws; and Claude, 8.8 average on 55 field goals and 39 of 59 free throws. Bill Boldrldge was next In line with 51 points, 2.2 average; then came Steve Waller, 21,1.7; Brocke Laws, 15, 1.1; Brad Kraft, 14,1.1; Tom Jones, seven, 1; Bob Farnham, five, 1; Gary Barr, four, 1; and Denny Breidert, two, .3. Teeter, Merryman, Walker, Kraft, Barr and Breldert will graduate this spring. Teeter's career mark (for three seasons) ended at 1,191 and a breakdown is interesting. He played in 17 games as a sophomore (the Bulldogs took third in the State Tourney that year), hit 128 points for a 7.5 average and got into double figures the first time with 10 against Clear Lake in a 59-51 win, three games from the end of the regular season. He had games of 14, 19, 15, 17 and 11 in the District and Sub-state meets and led the club in scoring only once that season, the night he hit 19. As a junior, he canned 471 points for a 21.4 average and led the team in scoring no less than 18 nights. His top night was 30 and nine was his low during the 22-game season, This year, he led the team in scoring 23 of 24 games. His accomplishments Included a 45- point game that tied the single game mark - and only once was he under 10. That night he got nine and was selected as the state's Prep of the Week. Dale was in double figures in scoring 50 times in 63 games (he was a reserve throughout his sophomore year), was between 10 and 20 points 19 times, between 20 and 30, 25 times, between 30 and 40, five times, and over 40 once, DIANNA Pederson, who attends business college at Mankato, Minn, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Pederson, And his career average (for three years) - 18.9 points per game may never be bettered here! He also was a top ball handler, dribbler and rebounder for the Bulldogs, all departments of the game which must give him the title of greatest in history at AHS. In 24 games this season, Algona hit 573 field goals, 449 of 630 free throws, committed 402 fouls and scored 1,595 points for a 66.4 average per game, second highest in the school's history. Meanwhile, the opposition counted 496 field goals, 337 of 541 free throws, committed 433 fouls and scored 1,331 points for a 55.4 average. Merryman, who on a Teeter- less team would have won the true credit due him, wound up with 511 career points, and Walker counted 264 (and was another who held down his end of the Job very capably) during his two seasons. Espe will enter his final year this fall with 332 points, Claude has 196 and Boldrldge 51. And the Bulldogs of Coach Howie Stephenson will probably show area fans plenty in the way of speed, with no less than five guards expected to be on his 12-man squad. And all five can move. Algona also had winning streaks of 11 and eight games during the recent season. Besides the loss to Ames, other reversals were to Eagle Grove and Clear Lake in loop action. U-Go-l-Go Marcy Diamond was hostess at her home to the regular March meeting of the U-Go-I-Go 4-H club. Co-hostess was Linda Hauser. The 4-H pledge was led by Bernadette Reilly. An illustrated talk was given by Joyce Sifert. Debbie Missal, Marcy Diamond, Becky Tielebein and Bernadette Reilly gave demonstrations, Susan Bullock and Linda Hauser were in charge of recreation, Guests were Mrs. Paul Lemkee, Mrs. Ralph Hauser and Mrs, Ray Sewick. 4-H Day committee includes Susan Bullock, Marcy Diamond, Maureen Bestenlehner, Becky Tielebein, Diana Midler Debra Sewick, Jean Abbott, Sherry and Debra Bulten, These girls met at the Allen Bullock home March 16. 1$ Hospitalized Mrs, Laura Raney, who lives at 1001 South Minnesota street here, was taken by McCullough ambulance to St. Ann hospital Wednesday morning after her neighbors, Mr, and Mrs, jack Hernon, found her lying on the floor of her home, There was no immediate diagnosis of the case and no report of her condition available, 'I -•• - - qj K It's Newt We Want It I Madonna Elbert To Wed Here On May 7 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert announce the engagement and £p- proaching marriage of'their daughter, Madonna, to James C. Alney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Alney of Bancroft. Madonna is employed as a laboratory technician at St. Ann Hospital. Mr. Alney is employed by Elmer Schneider and Son at Bancroft. ' The wedding date is May 7 at St. Cecelia's, Algona. Illllllllllllllllllllll 1 "" 111 " 1 !" 111 " 1 "! By Mrs. Mary Schroeder IIUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Titonka Federated club held their annual guest night Thursday evening. They were served a dinner at John and Gen's Cafe Buffalo twp. HDtnemakers club met Friday at the Ted Hoover Jr., home with Mrs. Lester Eden assisting hostess. The extension lesson, "Care of the Sewing Machine and Use of Attachments," was presented by the hostess. The Farm Bureau lesson, "Farm and Home", was given by Gertrude Schutjer. Titonka W, S. C. S. circle meeting this week Wednesday, are: Marlyce circle at Dale Higgins home, Jennie circle, Lou Huber home and Mary Circles at the Eldon Attig home. Donald C. Sjogren et ux 3-1-S6 all thai pt. of NEl/4 NWl/4 NWl/4 see fee.; 14-95-29. McFadden, Stewart A., sgl. to Allen B. Salisbury et ux 3-4-66 all that pt. of NEl/4 NWl/4 NWl/4 (see rec.) 14-95-29, Brethorst, Peter H,, Exec et at to Raymond E. Walker et tut 3-1*66 NW frl 1/4 & Nl/2 SW frl 1/4 7-96-28. Felter, Arlene Brethorst Exec, et al to Raymond E. Walker etux 3-1-66 NW frll/4 & Nl/2 SW frl 7-96-28. Bennett, Robert E* & Bettie L, to Bettie L. Bennett 3-10-66 That pt. of lots A, P. of Reserv. #1 See rec; Incl. 1 & 2 blk 4{ Algona. Froehlich, Daniel E. & Alice M. to Daniel E. Froehlich et ux 3-8-66 SE 1/4 30-95-27, Gilliland, Helen Westcott et al to Ervin W. Johnson et ux 3-9-66 NW 1/4 NE 1/4 & NW 1/4 34-100-29. Grothaus, Jennie, Wdw., to Gertrude Dell Aten 3-8-66 Wl/2 SE 1/4 36-99-27. Hiltz, Lenora E. to Henry C. & Sylvia J. Schick 3-12-66 of Plat of Pt. of Reserv. 2 0. P. lot 4 blk 1; Algona. Johnson, Ervin W. & Doris A. to Richard I. Anderson 3-966 All that pt. of S 1/2 NW 1/4 34-100-29. Lindhart, Elmer p. & Ruth L. to Koss. Mtr. Co, 3-15-66 N 60' lot 1 blk 31 & N 60 1 of E. 1/3 0. P. lot 2 blk 31; Algona. McCleUan, Clara, Wdw., to The Borden Chem. Co. 3-10-66 A tract of land in OL "B" of Western Town Lot Co's 4th Add. LuVerne (Comm. see rec.) Nelson, Donald F. & Mildred to Koss. Mtr. Co. 3-15-66 N 60* lot blk 31 & N. eO* of E 1/3 0. P. lot 2 blk 31; Algona. Thermogas Co. to Thermogas Co. of Algona 3-15-66 S 88 1/2' of a tract of land in SW 1/4 NW 1/4 12-95-29 (desc. as see rec.) UgilNotto IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8893 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE'TO CREDI-i, TORSJN THE, MATTER OF TKEJS ESTATE OF Hannah Mi Lynch,' Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Hannah M. Lynch, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 21st day of March 1966, the last will and testament of Hannah M. Lynch, deceased, bearing date of the 28th day of July, 1964, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that David E. Lynch was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given 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 21st day of March, 1966. David E. Lynch Enjoy An Evening of Fun And Harmony At The 7th Annual Barbershoppers Parade Show AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Saturday, April 16 8;00 P.M. Featuring 2 CHAMPION QUARTETS MID-STATES FOUR & ASTRO-NAUGHTS with the Kossuth Chorus and Local Quartets Get tickets now from any Barbershppper or reserved seats at Rusk Drug in Algona. 21-23-25-27 Executor of said Estate Lone Rock, Iowa Llnnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney (a) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 26th day of March, 1966. (23 & 24) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE .STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUtH COUNTY Probate No. 8894 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TOCRED1- TOR8 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF John E. Thill, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF John E. Thill, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 21st day of March, 1966, the last will and testament of John E. Thill, deceased, bearing date of the 2nd day of April, 1953, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Roman Thill and Orville Thill were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given 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 21st day of March, 1966. Roman Thill Orville Thill Executors of said Estate L. W. 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