Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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AiftONA Otwa) ADVANC1-S THURSDAY, SEPT. M, 19«6 10 - 20 - 30 Ago By Molly MacOenald A weekly feature of by-gone days SEPT, 13, 1956 Seven 1952 graduates of Algona high scuooi were to be graduated trom schools of nursing in Des Momes within the conung week. The girls were Carmen Wellendon, L.OIS Bunk, Beverly Johnson, ftrma McVeigh, Janice Ostrum iiaade, Marilyn 1 naves and Ruth Schweppe Hattendort. Kossuth county ranked 51st in the nation in larrn cash returns according to a cunsus report released by cue U. S. Department of Commerce. Only 13 Iowa counties appeared in the report wmch listed ,the top 100 counties in farm income in the U. s. The annual county-wide youth rally sponsored by the Kossuth County Council ot Cnurches was held in the Episcopal and Presbyterian churcnes ui Algona. Or licors elected lor the ytiar were Norman Mitchell, Burt, presi- deiit; Fred Stranorn, Algona, vice-president; Carol Shore, Algona, secretary-treasurer. Hodgepodge queried, "Come to think ot it — wny do women call them slips?" Bulldogs coach Harold Shugart announced the prooable startling lineup tor the opening game against Emmetspurg. Howard t> unk, Darold Skilling, Bob Hardy, Joel Harris, Al Fosnaugn, wtiere he is the Industrial trts at the Mountain States Tele- teacher ifi the high school. phone Directory Service for sev- Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and MM. Clifford Douglas were Mr, and Mrs. Vefti Switter and Cindy and Mr. and MM; Etta Married in Algona Sandra Dettman, daughter of the Milton Dettmans, and Dar- reill Parcel, son of the Edgar Parcels, Algona, were married Aug. 27 in the Community church, at 7:30 p.m., by Rev. Kenneth Coles. Attending the bride was Marcia Dettman and the groom's attendant was Dennis Haack, Lotts Creek. A reception, was held at the home of Mrs. Bertha Dettman, following the ceremony. The bride and groom cut their cake and opened their gifts. Virginia Evers had the guest book. Mrs. William Cook served punch and Mrs. Milton Dettman poured coffee. Out of town guests came from Ricoville, Spencer, Burt, Lone Fred Strahorn well would be and Keith Colin the line, and Ted Finley, Ron Zittritscn, Dave Richardson and Darrell Davis would make up the backfield. SEPT. 19, 1946 L. E. Linnan was named chairman, T. C. Hutchison, vice-chairman, and A. H. Borchardt secretary-treasurer of a drive for $100,000 to insure establishment of a Sisters of Mercy hospital in Algona. An. Algona committee to conduct, the, .drive for funds lo- caltV ^a^nartte^t^leti t 'Buchan- lock, and Titonka. The couple will live here, and he groom is employed at Jack's 0. K. Tire Service. Jerome Zwiefels honored at Fenton shower Curtis and family all of Lake, and Mr, and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family of Fenton. The occasion was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas' anniversary and Mrs. Douglas' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger attended a farewell party for the Dwight Decker's of Lone Rock on Wednesday evening. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. James Kressin of Whittemore. St. Luke's Lutheran church will have its regular confirmation classes on Saturdays but because of several of the students playing in the band September 24, October 1 and 15, there will be classes for them on Wednesday evenings from 4 until 6 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt ,and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener returned late last week from a vacation in Minnesota. The LWML rally will be held Monday, Sept. 26, at Peace Lutheran church in West Bend. Registration is from 9:30 to 10:30. Speakers for the day will be Mr. Watkins and Miss Susan Hantelman. The Fenton ball team and their wives and girl friends enjoyed a supper at the Sirloin era! years. Fay© and Jetty: Belknop Witt be married October 15 at Si John's Lutheran church in Fenton. Mr. Belknop is employed with the Internal Revenue Service in Salt Lake City, Utah. St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid recently held a Guest Day with the Ladies Aids Of Lotts Creek, Swea City, Burt and Fairville invited. Speakers of the afternoon were Miss Susan Hantelman and Mr. Bloubom of Fort Dodge. About 150 ladies were in attendance. Hostesses were Mrs. Wm. Jentz, Mrs. Brvin Krause, Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Willart Menz, Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mrs Nina Kratch. VFWtosell poppies Friday First Lutheran M*. MM *, UMM Aiffona Thursday, Sept. 11 3:45 to 5:45 p.m. Weekday church school opening session for grades 3-7. Included is Junior choir practice, snack time, an activity program for non - singers, and classes in the new LCA parish education curriculum,. The 7th grade class is the first year confirmation instruction. 7 p.m. Senior confirmation class mqets with pastor to determine the time for classes this p.m. Senior choir prac- year. 7:30 tice. In addition to the men and women of this congregation, old er youth (senior 'high) are invit ed to join in leoding the sing ing of God's praises regularly. Friday, Sept. 23 10 a.m. Deadline for church bulletin notices. Sunday, Sept. 25 9 a.m. The service, with the r& Ceptiofl of li€W .. 10 am. Special meeting of ill cofttifmed fneititers tc tot «f proposals concerting out build- ng program. 10:06 to ii:15 a.m. church scheol. . p.m. Luther League meets. Refreshments at the close of the meeting will be provided by the Ray Johnsons, Dafiow Rogerts and Alvin Pedersons. Tuesday, Sept. 27 8 p.m. Prlscilla group, Lutheran Church Women, meets at the home of Mrs. Robert Speich, south of the State park. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Jack SchulvJr., Bible study in the Gospel of John by Mrs. Robert Lorenz. Members are urged to come and bring their Bibles. MtKltftf Legal Notices IN THI DISTRICT COURT OF THI STATE Ot IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY THE MAT1CR THi ESTATE OF Bonk of -. executor of Notice is further Hon td brought In* . county within one of ftt the ieeond publication , of thereof ter b« fortver MrMd. Notice is further given J ha * i l l | indebted to sold estate dfe '*2i?*!*!lJ? make immedfote payment 1 to «* Ond** ngned, ond creditors hovlng said estate shall file them of the above named distrlcf ajf, provided by law, .duly o^hjr.fWjt«d/ allowance; qna urtless sd ^'IfL/fflRjl K months from the second , publication « this ' nbtlce (unless otherwise .oljojjd W paid) such claim shall thereafter b« for* eW Doted"this 7th, day of September, J966, Ornaho Notional Bartk Executor of Mid Estate , Omaha, Nebraska Address McMahon & Cassel ; Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa ; ' »t Address , , . , Date of second publication 22nd day Of September, 1966. . j ' Published In the Alaono '• KtttSUth County ' Advance, AlQofW.'ifj Iowa, September 15 and 22, ---- VOL I an, J. A. Haggard, Jos. Bradley, T. H. Chriscmlles, R. _H. Miller and John Dreesman.. Dwaino Lighter, electrical engineering student at Iowa State was honored with other students in the upper scholastic brackets at a banquet given by the faculty in recognition of outstanding students. Five Titonka graduates of the Buffalo consolidated high school had begun college work: Janice and Joice Bonacker, Simpson; Lois Schram, Morningside; Florence Schutter, Wartburg; Louis Oesterreicher, Loras. Eleanor Norton, Algona, had been named new dean of women at the University of South Dakota at Vermillion. The grandson of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Butts won first prize in a Des Moines contest to select the prettiest baby in a 1 to 5-year old class. The winner was Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butts of Des Moines. He was chosen from a'field of 1,500 contestants. Mrs. Mel Griffin entertained at a birthday party for her daughter Kathleen. Guests were Jane Hicks, Joan Kurtz, Mary Lou Valentine, Lavonne Hoff man, Marilyn Kearney and Dar lene Glaser. The south side of the Ledyard business district had been hav ing a face-lifting. Frank Nitz pui a new front on his cafe, Mrs. Ha zel Jenks had insulated brick siding put on the telephone of fice building, Henry Frey ha< the same done to the pool hall and the Charles Bashara grocery received a new front. SEPT. IP, 1936 A host of Algona young people were leaving for college. Among those enrolled ait Iowa State, Ames, were lla Leffert, Durwood Baker, Roland Larsen, Virginia Schoby, Esther Pratt, John Ferguson, Marion Hoppe, Frieda Paetz, Russell Medin, Edward Capesius, Howard .Medin, Wade Hanson and Betty Gunn. Attending 'the University of Iowa were Bob LaBarre, Isabel Greenberg, Bob McCuUough, Vernon KoWhaas, John Bishop, Watson jyjargh, John Spencer, Frances Hough and Eleanor Keen. A *tory by Richard 5h«rm«n was to appear in the coming issue of 'the Saturday Evening Post according to an announcement in the previous Post picked UP by 'the Advance. The new story was "FoUy and Farewell," the thkd work of Sherman's to ap pear in that magazine. The Methodist church at Lu Verne was observing its golden nniversary ' year with a full day's program. Speakers includ ed George W. Godfrey of low; State College, formerly of Lu Verne, and Dr. J. H. Edge, Al gona pastor who began his min stry at LuVerne. County school superintenden Shirley met with four other coun- y superintendents to pian a five- county teachers institute. A state department representative rom Des Moines with the interesting name of T. J. Stuffy was present at the meeting. The Burt library board elected new officers: Mrs. F. L. Pratt, president; Mrs. B. W. Brooke, vice president; Mrs. Al Staehle, secretary. Hostesses at the September D. A. R. meeting were Mesdames W. J. Bourne, L. J. Dickinson, Henry Tjaden and Twylah Patterson , the latter of • Burt. Following lunch, Ella Thompson gave a travel&g. House in Fairmont, Saturday. and and Fenton—An open house shower was held Thursday evening at the Fenton Methodist church for Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel. Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel acted as mistress of ceremonies.. Rev. Eldridge opened the eve- , . . ning with devotions. Mr. and'Larry .Sorensen, Jack Munch Mrs. Ken Zwiefel and Janean Lee Preston, Wayne Preston Zwiefel sang "How Great Thou|Daryl Preston and Jean, and Art" and "0 Perfect Love," Dennis Geitzenauer. Eldon Hantelman and Larry Buscher drove to Kansas City Those attending were Mr. Mrs. William Bruhn, Mr. Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs Donald Hainzinger, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Reamers, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite, Marvin Bollinger Paula Berkland gave a piano solo. Lela Schlei read the story of Mrs. Zwiefei's life, which had Kan., Monday, Sept. 19, to bring been written by Mrs. Zwiefei's home the Hantelman's daughter •••••-•- with mother, Mrs. Ted Colgrove. Rosana -Householder closed the program with a reading entitled "What a man get for $5." Hostesses were Mmes. Derwood Voigt, Eugene Huskamp, Clarence Arbogast, E. A. Helland, Clarence Bicrstedt, Marold Schlei, Hilbert Biersedt, Harold Wehrspan, Clarence Menz, Don Shaw, David Berkland, Elwin Schlei, Kenneth Johnson, Dale Voigt, Dale Weisbrod, Clifford Douglas, Merle Voight and Ralph Nicols. Mrs. Clarence Menz poured. , Out of town guests were irpni, Lone Rock, Cylinder,. Roife, 'P6c- ahontas and Fort Dodge. The Zwiefels are living in West Bend Faye, from ity. PRIVATE SALE of Hancock County Farm TO SETTLE ESTATE. THE MADGE HUFF 80 ACRE FARM described as follows. West Half (W'/ 2 ) of the Southwest-Quarter (SW'A) of Section Twenty-five (25) Township Ninety-five (95) Range Twenty-five (25) Hancock County, Iowa, containing 80 acres more or less, subject to easements of public utilities and established roads and highways. is offered for sale, and bids of interested persons are solicited. This farm is unimproved. It is in a high -state of fertility. The farm is located one mile East and five miles North of Kanawha; five miles South and two miles East of Britt; and seven miles West and six miles South of Garner. TAXES Seller will pay the 1966 taxes payable in 1967. POSSESSION Possession will be given on March 1, 1967, TERMS OF SALE Bids shall be for lump sum for tract irrespective of the acreage, 10% down payment required on signing contract upon Iowa Bar Association form of contract. Balance shall be due on or before March 1, 1967, upon final settlement and delivery of abstract showing merchantable title and Court Officer Deed. All sales subject to Court Approval. METHOD OF SALE The Executor offers this property for sale and will accept bids postmarked up to and including September 30, 1966, or delivered to the undersigned on or before September 30, 1966. All bids shall be sealed and addressed Valley Bank & Trust Company Attention: William H. Myers, Ass't. Trust Officer Dei Moines, Iowa 50309 itch bid shall be accompanied by a certified check or bank draft or money order in an amount of $1,000.00. The Executor will open bids on October 3, 1966, and if bid is not acceptable, bid check will be returned. If an acceptable bid is received, contract will be prepared and balance of 10% down payment computed and required to be paid. The Ex- fcutor reserves the right to reject any and all bids. VALLEY BANK I TRUST CO., EXECUTOR Ott Moiitt, Itwa 60309 CUDAHY « WltCQX — Attorneys for Executor Arcade Bldg., Jefferson, Iowa. who rode with friend; Denver, Colo., to Kansas Faye has been employee Tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 23,1 members of the VFW Post Aux- iary will be offering Buddy 'oppies for sale on Algona street orners. The manner in which unds are spent is regulated by he National by-laws and may be used only for relief and wel- are of the needy and disabled veterans, their dependents, and •heir widows and orphans. Some funds also go for maintenance or expansion of the VFW National] Home for widows and orphans of veterans at Eaton Rapids, Mich. Rehabilitation, welfare' and I service work include liaison with Veterans Administrtion; neces-l sary expense for military funerals, maintenance of burial plots, and decoration of veterans' graves. All Buddy.Poppies are made! by veterans arid help from these funds goes to serving disabled 1 and needy whether they are I members of VFW or not. The only requisite is need in worthy | families of whom one has honorably served his country. Traveling to ' ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY Whtra th« Twin Cill«i M«rt MOTOR LODGE oReturns 111 olorVtoUl 4 TAKE YOUR-'PICK 1 2 FAMOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUN8ES-MR. JOE'S and INN OF THE BLACK KNIGHT* 2 SWIMMING POOLS-Indoor Heated Pool/Large Outdoor Pool and Patio • 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST ROOMS AND SUITES-AII Air-conditioned • Radio & TV. THE PfBFECT IOCATION mi. USE COUPON FOR FOUOWIM 12 MlnutM - . SI. 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