Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 18
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e-AtOONA (low«) ADVANCtfirst plane to Florida arriving it THURSDAY, 6ctV«; 1*64 '~ *"" TripbyBurt woman delayed by hurricane Burt—Mrs. Ervin Ulses attend, edthe national convention of the National Council of Catholic Women at Miami Beach, Fla,» tile week of Oct. 4 to 9. As presi* dent, Mrs. Ulses, represented the Northeast Deanery at the cotir- Vent at Hotel Fountainbleu; Mrs. Ulses drove to Ames Oct. 3 and was an overnight guest at Daniel Zaugg's, the former Rose- irary Ulses home. Tuesday she went by plane to Chicago. All pUrte flights to Florida were delayed, because of the hurricane and after 6 hours she was on the 4:30 p.m. there was ho i Sty. The temperature was 80 de* gree* and very huMd. The convention Matted Oct. 5 and Mrs. Ulses returned home Sunday by plane and was met by the Daniel Zauggs and Ervin Ulses at Des Moines. The 1968 convention will be In Denver. 1970 in St. Paul, and 1972 in New Orleans. Mrs. R. C. Berrie, Dubuque, formerly Betty Betty, Algona, was elected 2nd vice president at the convention. The'Eugene Stewards, Minneapolis, and Roger Stewards, Madrid, were weekend guests at the Walter Stewards. All went to Mason City to visit Mrs. Walter Steward at Mercy hospital. The A. C. Tenneys, Granada, Minn., visited Oct. with Mrs. Jessie Rash. Kenneth Strayer brought Mrs. Anna Godden to the home of Mrs. Lottie Isenberger Sunday for a visit. The Ervin Ulses received a letter from Gene Ulses from Lis- EARLY AMERICAN CHARM Th« RANDOLPH ' Series GH-C72 . * tube (overall dl.f.) 295 iq. In. picture RCA VICTOR • ' - COLOR TV • • Powerful 25,000-volt Color chassis^ • Rectangular RCA Hi-LlTE Color Tube •Super-powerful New Vista VHP, Solid State UHF . •• ,; ' : \: tuners . ' ; , , •.;. •Automatic Color Purifier "cancels" magnetism i ' " . .'••; /'' ;';.. ' • Tom's Radio & TV "RCA TELEVISION & SERVICE" Phone 5-3260 Algone bon, Portugal and said he had a,G. M. McMullens. They took* her fifle" trip. He Was to be in Rome, \ to Des Moines Sunday. Also '"' ~ * " ' - guesi* Sunday 61. ttie MoA!ull€ns were the Jack McMuUens and Janelle Rupert, Nofthwood, and the Wayne Keiths, Algotia. Guests at Bruce Cranstons Sunday were their 1 daughter t'laudeen, Winona, Minn., and the Claude Pecks, Alta. The Pecks are Mrs. Cranston's parents. Cook, Welcome, Minn/ The Brian Zwieiels and Mrs. Myrtle Zwlefel helped Allen fcwiefel on his Itttti birthuay Sunday at the Merrill Zwieiels. His birthday is Oct. 12. The Daniel Zauggs, Ames, were weekend guests at the Ervin Ulses home, V The Walter Mesohers moved from the Lappc nouse on Main street to the lormer Henderson house now owned by R, Tietz. line Ed Krectricxsons, Hurt, and Jim Frednckson, Rockwell, attended the iuneral of Mrs. Roy Beddow at GladbrooK Oct. ii. ivirs. Beddow was Ed Fredrickson's sister. Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Art Leason, Lura SewicK, Forest City, the Perry Grosses, Leland, Billy Giffords, Lone Rock, and Paul Dremmels, Algona, were guests Italy, Oct. 3 with 67 from the U, S. s studying there for the next four yearn. 5ct. 9 was Layman's Day at Butt Methodist church with set- vices conducted by Lay Leader J. L. Miller. $. L. Ryerson and Fred Hilton spoke. Additional sessions for .boys and girls will be after school Oct. 18, the first meeting. Sunday, Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. there will be a hymn festival with Dr, Charles Hempstead of the hymnal committee in charge at Good Hope church. EX-RESIDENT DIES Friends received word that Ray DeLong of Des Moines, 70, died two weeks ago. His wife Carrie Will be remembered here as Carrie Schrader, Mrs. Albert Schrader, former Burt residents. Her sister, Mrs. Anna Vinaas, has been in a rest home since May 1966. Her address is 1437 Mattern St., Des Moines. if HOMECOMING FRIDAY Burt school will have the annual Homecoming Friday, with floats and a parade at 2 p.m. The football game is at 7:30 p.m. with Thompson, followed by a dance. Band Mothers club will meet Oct. 20 at the school house with hostesses Arlene Chafee, Pat Kohlhaas, Alice Fraser and Mary Sill. , Oct. 19 has been proclaimed the National Day of Prayer by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The State Teachers convention will be held in Des Moines Oct. 20-21-22. ' i The week of Oct. 10-15 is National Zip code, week. Postmaster General O'Brien urges use of zip codes to speed delievery of the mail. The Nels Nelsons visited former neighbors in Britt Thursday. The postponed U & I Circle meeting will be held at Cunningham's Cafe Oct. 17. The Dean Andrews and Michael Scotts and Armando were guests Sunday at the Earl Stevens, West Bend. Mrs. Helen Johnson / returned last Wednesday after a visit in Wateritowh, S.'D.; at Jim Gade's. She also visited .cousins in Milnor, N. D. She visited the Arlin Johnsons in Minneapolis and the Dean Reeds in Mankato. Guests Sunday "at Brian Zwie- fels and Myrtle Ziefels were Mrs. Cecil Householder, Mrs. Ronald Householder and Mrs. Dennis Mrs; Dale Penfield, Anaheim, Calif., visited two weeks, in Iowa and was a weekend guest of the Ending Sotiety Oct. 18 it Fott Dodge. t)i€ hom4n*Mng commit^ tee lor the November election iA Mrs. HMvifd £im- fffdt fhd Oct. 9. The A Carl Reynolds visited in Algona Sunday at Werner Strueckers. Fenton Joan Bellinger Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE " MIDWAY Whcra th« TWM Cities Meet MOTOR TAKE YOUR PICK 2 FAMOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES-MR. JOE'S and INN OFTIIE BLACK KNIGHT* 2 SWIMMING POOLS - indoor Hotted Pool/Largo Outdoor Pool ind Pallo• 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST ROOMS. AND 1UIUS-AII Wr-Cond!t!gned • Ridig &' TV. «« COUPON FOR rouowiN "JPWI.1506?* OUE1T SERVICS following; O Mi*M| Motor L*df« TfflM M»l*f Notil •rachurt lnhriMtiM M thlnii to m to MM Tit* rwti, bH CtwHt «4 V4M Mill (I IllMMl, Slnglw- 49.75 Children Doubles-$12.75 I Under 14 Twins-J14.75 I FREE .'.-' 10 MEETING tnd BANQUET ROOMS to iccommodaU groups up to SOD. • ^ Nr toinmiint Ham (tit) MS mi mUm, •*, L^n-nil) MI III! !•!« 1MB IMrt • flto • IW^nl« *Mm», It Pirt, Mix*. KIM TO SEND COOKIES The Methodist WSCS met Wednesday. Mrs. Clarence Underwood had the devotions and program. Plans were discussed for the annual turkey supper which is Nov. 7. The group voted to make cookies and candies to send to the boys of the congregation serving in the armed forces. They also voted to obtain small prayer books for shut-ins of the congregation. A gift of money was sent to Susan Hantelman for use in her mission work. Mrs. Robert Rice and son were guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. \\tende,! Rusoh and-Mrs. Arlo Ranney. The Methodist Sunday school department has had several changes in teachers this fall. Changes include Mrs. Curtis Lurp who is teaching the Jr. high with Kenley Zwiefel as her substitute. Mrs..' Clarence. Osborn willJ tea.cn both the men's arid women ; ',s classes. Those who have beep serving included Rev. and Mrs, Eldridge for the men's and women's classes, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and Mrs. Clarence Menz fofr the Jr. high and Eugene Huskamp for,tl^ senior high. u , Fenton Methodists have bjeen invited to a district missionary rally at Ruthven Oct. 19. Spealf- er will be the Rev. Ch, Luke of the Hyderabad boys school in India. St. Luke's Walther League of Fairville will meet Oct. 1 to plan the fall rally. Rev. Gundermann, Arcadia, will be speaker, A u hay- ride is planned. era, chtirmtn, Mrs, Frittk Drey er and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger. Guesta were Mrs. Urry Rantus, Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mrs.j Bldon Hurlburt, Mrs. Don Hurlburt, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Art Mueller, Mrs. Dora Schwarteen- bach. Hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Herman Maas and Mrs, James Meyer. WED 23 YEARS For their 25th wedding the Wilfred Bierstedts were hosts Sunday evening at Stub's Ranch HoUse in Spencer to Mrs. Pete Handa, The George Twaits and Gerald, Percy Randas, Pam and Julie, Elmer Randas, Alan and Dale, Joe Kays, Jere Joe and Judy, Mrs. Herman Haack, the Carl Becks, Lyle Haacks and Lori, Hilbert Bierstedts, Mark and Evelyn, Roger Longs and Derwin, Walter Perils and Ginger, and Benny Berklands, Beverly and Linda. CHURCH DATES There will be no Saturday confirmation classes at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville October 15 or 22. Church services will be jit 8:30 with Sunday school at 9:30 October 16 and 23. The speaker these two Sundays will be Rev. Ostermeier, West Bend. The 16th is to be St. Luke's Fall Mission Day. The Richard Borchardts are haying an extended vacation in California visiting Mrs. Borchardt's sister, the Ed McAdams, at Redlands, Calif., and also other friends and relatives. Mrs. McAdams is the former Sadie Beavers. The Roy Petersons and Steve have returned from a vacation in Texas. The Gerald Reimers had a 500 party Sunday for eight couples. High prize went to the Joe Culbertsons, low to the William Bruhns and travel was won by Mrs. Norman Bollinger. The Ervin Gremmels spent several days last week in Cedar Rapids with Mr. Greimmel's mother, who is seriously ill. The Rev. Clifford Blisses went to Mason City Friday to meet their daughter, Mrs. Grace Leiden from Milwaukee. Mrs. Leiden is to stay with her mother while Rev. Bliss is in the hospital for surgery. Visitors arriving at the Bliss homo Monday were Mrs. Bliss's brother, the Walter Schultzea, and two sisters, 26th day 6f ^»ernoi>rf9*6; «* l«~ will ana testament Of tieorg* J. Kippifi- trop deceased bearing .date of the i4tn day of November, I»o3, wdi admitted to probate n the abov« ndrried court and that Raymond Rippentrop artd John Kfp- ptntrop vyos appointed' executor of said estate. Notice la further given that any 6c< tion to set asia* said will must be brought In the district court, of ' said county within one year from the aate of the second, publication, of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that alt per- sbrn Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, to me undersigned, and creditors having claims against said . estate shall til* them with the clerk of the obove named District court, as provided by low, auly auihentlcuted, tor allowance; arid unless to tiled within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowtd or- paid) such Claim mail tncreatter be forever barred. , Dated this 26th day of September, 1966. Raymond Rippentrop John Rippentrop Executors of said Estate Titonko, Iowa Addreii Miss Delia Welter •; . .; . Ai tornoy tor sold Executot Algona, Iowa U Address • ' Date'of second publication luin aa/ of October, . 1966. 13th day of October, 1966. County Advance, Algona, Oct. e ana I J, ' 19o6. ».w 39.85 91.89 35.61 43.7 .. Treas., of St6te, Comfnerte Comm. Dues Ctoutt Cartoge Cd., Freight II Frederick Hdw«., Supp. -. GreenMrg Auto, Supp. Jiitil Coast to Coast/ Supp. __,. . ': .£• P*«W»r Md». ..„„. Hufiell's Advance Co., Adv. "I.II 166.10 6.22 8.12 11.81 6.06 2S./2 29.61 81.68 126.20 40.04 ,1.50 32.11 31.59 105.94 30.28 75.00 75.00 75.00 Petty Cosh, Mis'*. jTL'!."."- zt 04 Elliott Shilling, Refund .^ 2 ill Water Dept., Ser. ......j.... 25A2 WATER; FUND Pay. Roll, Pay Roll ....i..... 509.07 Walter Peterson, Labor, 233.( Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.', . Adv. i , The Algeria Reminder, Adv. .. The Bancroft Register, Adv. .. T. James Palmer, Exp. ... Ira Kohl, Ex Wm. O. ' ! 11, Exp., 4. >. Ludwlg, Exp. Paul Newsome, Exp.. Allen (U Buchanan, -Salary .,_ O. B. Harmes,' Salary ____....Melvin J. Bay, Salary -*^^. N..W._Bell Tele. Co., Ser. ... , * Maurice Krebsbdch, Labor ^._ Iowa i.State. B .Tax ELECTION IS DATED Aid of St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton met Wednesday with Rev. Rex Spicer leading devotions and the lesson. Reports on the LWML Rally held recently at West Bend were given by Mrs, Dick Jentz and Mrs. William Hantelman. Mrs. Larry Gade and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt were chosen delegates to the Auxiliary meeting of the Home Better livina starts with Thermogas The new Empire Imperial with beautiful gem ftyiing Clean, stmpl* lines t»dd dljtinrtion »o your hom«... blend bequtifully with ony roam setting. Th» Imperial cabinft is fcondsomely finished in rich Cordovan tan toom«^ gleaming light 90!^ poncL An Empire Gas Heater gives you uniform heat even at floor level No need to worry about drafts or "cold spots". .. when you heat your home with an Empire Radiant gas heater. Children at play enjoy the same cozy warmth and pheeriness of an open fireplace—without the danger or mess. See your Thermogas man and get the full story on why over a million families are switching to gas heat this year. II*«14* color reprint ol iMs iuslraliM uitihlf lor Irwim. SN M; »r writi tor ymr UN cipy. Thermogas of Algona South Phillip Slntl Why rtntr ivy t »(/* tink undir our fvf/ tib agreement tnij enjt Thtrmoyts ««<v/c«. Cat.... $6.66 per month .,. 13.77 fit inonttt C I I It b bt H VIC t -Bonk. '.T Treas., State of Iowa, Tax ..^ Sot. S*e. Fund,*Soct Sec. Tax _ Ins. Fund, Ins.. ...i.^ji.1.. Cook's' Welders Supply Inc., McKesson • &; • Rabbins,' "Supp" "•" Brown Supp. Co., Inc. ...: Griffin Pipe Prod. Co.. Supp. .. Iowa, IN IN TNI DISTRICT COURT Of THI STATI OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY iftfc MAMkR IHf ISTATI OF . FRAILIE HARRISON JEAN, Deceased. < . Prefect* No. fOU NOTICI OF PROIATI OF WILL, OF APPOINTMINT OF IXlCUTOR, AND ; NOTICE TO CRIOITORS TO .ALL PtRSONS INlEKESfED IN THE ESTATE OF FRAILIE HARRISON JEAN, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of September, 1966, tne last win and testament of Frailie Harrison Jean deceased bearing, date of the 13th day of November, 1959, was admitted to probate in the above named court, and that Delores Barr and Joan A, Jean 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 againsi iaid estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, foi •allowance; ana unless so filed within six tionths from the second publication ol this notice (unless otherwise allowed 01 paid) such claim shall thereafter be for- ver barred. Doted this 22nd day of September, 1966. Delores Barr Joan A. Jean Executors of said Estate Grand Meadow, Minn. Address Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 13th day of October, 1966. : Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Oct. 6 and 13,. 1966. MJC.S;; Ella Mrs, Helea Meyer, North Dakota. Weekend visitors with Mrs. Ida Dreyer were the Roger Dreyers, Sioux City. • Mrs. Dick Stahl, Texas, is visiting her parents, the Walter Krauses. She is staying with her mother^ while Mr. Krause is at the hospital at Estherville. Barry Schmidt, son of the Dennis Schmidts, Sigorney, is visiting a couple of weeks with his grandparents, the Olaf Nor- lands. PROBATES KOWUTH COMNTV OF THC fSTATC OF GEORGE J. RIPPENTROP, Deceased., Probate No. 9017 NOTICI OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND Iowa ^ 190.52 201.10 .21.21 J31.61 22.20 163,50 197.40 787.48 2,994.21 — --------i-— - • ——• ••"(, ——r*f* ••— »j^^^»fci i eod i_^JP pl i es lnc; ' """P. — ; 1.046.89 Humboldt Concrete Products, Supp 1 .' Waterous Co., Supp. 7 Ill-II-I Sankey Sarid && Grovel Co., Repairs Ilty'Of Algona, Supp. ___ Ceding Gravel & Ex., Ser. )onn-Adamson, Inc., Supp. Culllgan Soft Water Ser., Supp. West Chem. Prod., Inc., Supp. . jreenberg Auto Supp., Supp, 'rederick Hdwe... Supp. ... . Cen Frankl's "66", Gas Hliott Skilling, Refund .1 >ercivol Motors, Ser. ;_ 'etty Cosh, Misc. _/ Electric Dept., Ser. DEPOSIT FUND 106.89 9.06 t, 107.45 639,45 286.50 1,070.00 3.69 26.50 , 4.20 . •' 4.74 25.16 7.42 28.15 '/.'IB 909.28 AtOONA (Uw.) ADVAMCI-S THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1W6 WIRING Conntctcd or Corrttttd UTT "JIM UTt" ELECT RIC Phone 295-222S (Writers + Rental Wm. F. Rasmussen et al, Refund 215.00 An investment of $50,000.00 In certificates of deposit in the two local banks was approved. , ' .. A " easement by ond between Morilyh v\. Kuester and the Algono Municipal Util- ties vios approved and accepted. Next meeting date wa" set ^for Oct. 17 1966, at I2:0r o'clock P.M. ' Meeting adiournea. • ALLEN K. BUCHANAN .„. • ^ President of the Board IRA KOHL, Secretary •' Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, .Algona, Iowa, October 13, 1966. +Sales Wo have • complete Typewrite* Service. — Rentel of used machines, service for ALL m»> chines end salts of new end used ype writers. . ^Cv ;1 > .SCHOOL end OFFICE SUPPLIES UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the 'Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, Oct. 3, 1966, at 7:30 o'clock p.M. Present were: Buchanan, Harmes, 1 James Palmer, Supt., and Ira Kohl. Sec. The minutes of the meeting of Sept. 15, 1966, were read ond approved read. Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Harmes, that the vouchers payable be op- proved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call Harmes ried. LIGHT FUND Crouse Cartage Co., Freinht _j$ 19.90 Q,M, 5t, P.. li (?. R.R. Co., Freight _:.-.. — 579.2' Pay Roll, Pay Roll ...I...., 2,558.18 tor quick urvift tnytimt all. voting "Aye" Buchanon and . voting "Nay",none. Motion car- Milton O. Bilyeu, Labor Wilbur E, Bruner, Labor Brian Rike, Labor Charles Volk, Labor ... David Von Ginkel, Labor 341.14 205.59 191.86 177.21 141.4) John Wood, Labor 1-1 —_ 156.5 r / Iowa State Bank, Tax 1.035.40 Treas., State of Iowa, Tax 147.28 105.4 J, 7,379.05 21.71 4,500.00 49.75 • 17.34 I I WMa<( JIUIC VI IUWU f I UA ___ I '*/ ,tO Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax ________ 619.44 int. Fund, Ins. ____________ "~ ' North Con. Pub. Ser. Co., Gas Cooper-Besse'iTier Co,, Supp. __ E. A< Pedersi.n Co., Inc., Supp. Zack Bros. Eiactric Co., Repairs Standard Oil Co., Supp, ______ Cook's Welders Supply Inc., Supp. ---- _ -------------- Ir.d. Towel, Ser. _____________ Cook's Scrap Iron, Supp. ____ Miller Lumber Co., Supp. ____ The Sherwin-Williams Co., Supp. Elastimold, Supp. ___________ Crescent Elec. 'Supp, Co., Supp. ______ St. Regis, Supp. ............ 2,787.19 Burmcister Elec. Co., Supp, __ 315,19 Terry-Durin Co., Supp. ________ Westinghouse Elec. Supp., Supp. Northland Elec. Supp., Supp. __ Iowa Elec. Supp., Supp. _____ Electrical Materials Co., Supp. Jay E. Williams, Supp. _____ . Ed Armstead, Supp. ________ Armstead, Gerhardt & Associates, Ser. ...... . ......... 1,487.55 Reding Gravel 8. Ex., Supp. _. o Cleveland Cotton Prod., Supp, . Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Supp. ____ 12.24 9.78 5.36 46.41 16.26 328,00 135.65 I8.2-) 1,386.23 138.80 937.13 84.44 16.9'. 20.00 . 27.77 14.32 HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE 5-3654 "Goodyear Tires" Algoni LET US HELP! We Feature: • Kohler Fixtures • Gas Conversions .• Myers Pumps and HE AY I NG GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS - REMODELING R.J.FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodgt Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 Nutreiw BEEFCAKE Mutrena- BEEFCAKE Cargill Congratulates CQNQRATUtATIONS TQ: Fr^nci, Eliding ft $90,, |ojf; D«vid $abin, Algenf; Barbara Jtrgtnson, Algona; <nd P.ggy Algona, on th«ir plu^ ribbon winning*, all of wbfch wtrt ffd on Nutrana Iftf^kf 3|%. 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