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8-Algona (Id.) Upper &«» Matnift Thursday, May 12, 1966 PLAY BRIDGE MR. AND MRS. Charles Kuchynka had as Mothers Day guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Elsbecker of Council Bluffs. MR. AND MRS. Ted Vera of Buffalo Center spent the weekend at their cottage at Okoboji and had as Mothers Day guests, Mrs. Frank Vera and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, Mason City. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedinger, Eric and Ronnie attended Vieshea day at Iowa State U., Ames, Saturday. MR. AND MRS. Paul James have been visited by the latter's sister, Mrs. Kermit Burtis, Waterloo, who came Thursday and was joined here Sunday by her husband. The mother, Mrs. Laura Burtis, is a resident of the Good Samaritan Home and they spent some time with her. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby went to Jackson, Minn., Sunday and were met for dinner by their son, John, Mrs. Nasby's parents and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nyborg, respectively, Jackson, and the Nasby's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Panko, Tyler, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Russell Rentz and Wayne and Mrs. Hilda Wegner, Algona, were guests Saturday night at a smelt fry at the home of the J. R. Thompsons, Burt. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegner and family, Swea City, Mrs. Adela Thompson and Chuck, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and son, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegner and Wayne, Swea City, were guests on Mother's Day of Mrs. Clara Rath. MR. AND MRS. Russell Rentz, Wayne and Susan and Mrs. Hilda Wegner were guests at the Dale Hannover home, Whittemore, Mother's Day. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph 'OHannover and Inez. MRS. MARGARET Hofmaster has purchased the late Mrs. L.A, Copp apartment in which she and her sister, Mrs. Jean Wadsworth and Mrs. Daisy Cook have Jived for some time. Various improvements are being made. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell had as Mother's Day guests members of their family, Mrs. Eileen Tillman, Julie, Jo and Billy, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. William DeKruif Sr., John and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Zimmer and Corey, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. William De Kruif, Jr. and Larry, Rockford, HI. MR. AND MRS. Alden McAdams spent Mother's Day at Des Moines with the son, Arlan Banning and family. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Muckey went to Mason City Monday and visited friends. MRS. RICHARD Cook of Mason City spent Mother's Day here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Allen and family. MR. AND MRS. Oliver Mathson had their son, Melvin and family of Minneapolis, as Mother's Day guests. MRS. AMY Johnson attended funeral services Monday at Bancroft for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence Bergman. MICHAEL Slevin, who is in service, phoned his mother Sunday from Spain to greet her on Mother's Day. Because of army rules, it was the first communication she has had from him, even letters forbidden for a time. . MR. AND MRS. Leonard Dahlhauser have moved to Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Dahlhauser is a daughter of Mrs. Pete Halsrud. MRS. DON Hutchison had a phone call from her daughter Nancy, Mrs. Norman Newton, St. Helens, Ore. Mother's Day. MRS. WALTER Jensen spent last week traveling in western Iowa with Mr. Jensen, which took them to many towns and was an interesting experience. MR. AND MRS. Edwin Johnson were Mother's Day dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Anderson. MR. AND MRS. Harold Jones came from Milford to see the former's mother, Mrs. Bessie Jones. They were supper guests of Harold's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones. Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruge, Ft. Dodge. MR. AND MRS. William Kelly, Sioux Falls, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan were Mothers Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, Lone Rock. MR. AND MRS. Willis Colwell and Barbara spent Sunday at Clarion with Mrs. Colwell's mother, Mrs. 0. G. Day. MRS. RALPH Moe and Richard went to Osage Saturday evening to see Mrs. Moe's brother, Albert Davis, New Haven, who suffered a second heart attack and was hospitalized. The Davis family were Algonans some time ago. He has been manager-owner of a stock-yard at New Haven. MRS. FLORENCE Colwell had as dinner guests Mothers Day, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell, St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Burcie Davis and Darrell and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, Irvington. JACK LONG, Cedar Rapids, spent from Monday till Wednesday here on business. He is the son of the late Abner Long. Jack's sister, Arbadee (Mrs. Carson Taylor) and her husband now live at Sitka, Alaska, and the other sister Dorris (Mrs. Glee Pitcher) lives at Wellsville, Pa. MR. AND MRS. James Haynes and little son Matthew, are expected here soon from Glendora, Calif, for a visit with Mrs. Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson. DR. AND MRS. Lyle Ellis are expected soon from Hartford, Conn, and will spend the summer with Mrs. Ellis' sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. MR. AND MRS. Alvin Kramer and family were Mothers Day supper guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson. ANN FECHNER is again inher apartment at MyrtleTurnbaugh's after a brief hospitalization at Rochester for a check-up and a short time at the Good Samaritan Home until she was able to return home and to her business, the Elite Hat Shop. NANCY KRAMER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer, made her first holy communion Sunday. In honor of the occasion, dinner and supper gursts were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Rapp and daughter, Gilmore City, Mrs. Susie Kramer, Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eischeid, Algona, Visitors a week earlier were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Knecht and family, Charles City. Mrs. Frank Moulton will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. - o - FETE MRS. HIBBS A party in celebration of the birthday of Mrs. Edwin Hibbs was held Saturday evening at Mr. and Mrs. William Carman's. In attendance were Mr. Hibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ewen. Cards were played, lunch was served and a gift was presented to the honoree. - o - EUOPEAN TRIP Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck are leaving May 16 on a European trip which will be taken via plane from Chicago. The vacation will last till August. On the return trip they will stop in New York City to visit the doctor's sister, Mrs. Arthur Donecke, and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where they will visit their son, Michael. During their absence, Mrs. Kenefick's sister, Miss Venca Jane Snodgrass, will stay with the Keneflck daughter, Ann. HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Otto Engstrom was hostess to her birthday club Wednesday afternoon. It happened to be her own anniversary that was being observed. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. W. C. Irelan entertained her bridge club Tuesday. - o - ROUND ROBIN Scores for the St. Ann Auxiliary Round Robin bridge for April are first, Joan Dimond and Anita Snere, 23080, second, Sally Gant and Sue Anderson, 22990, third, Donna Greving and Barbara Everist, 20310, fourth, Peg Adams and Marabeth Ostwald, 20040. - o - FIRST COMMUNION Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mullerwere hosts to 40 persons May 8 In honor of their daughter Cheryl Ann on receiving her first holy communion. Besides her family, dinner and supper guests included her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Muller, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischen, Pat and Jane Henrietta Tucker, John Pfeffer, David Seller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Pfeffer and Jeff, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. George Muller and family of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pfeffer of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pfeffer of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres and Debbie of Livermore. Toni Tucker, Mankato, Minn. Sales Of New Vehicles Hi! BIRTHDAY CLUB Among those from here who attended the birthday club meeting last Wednesday at Bode at Mrs. Melvin Johnson's, the honoree, were Mrs. Emma Haag, Mrs. William Baker, Mrs. Pete Halsrud and Amanda Johnson, - o - FAMILY DINNER A family dinner was held Mothers Day at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey's. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett, Jerry and Jeff, Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey, Patty and Jimmy. - o - TWO BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Henry Johannsen and Mrs. Frank Vera entertained their birthday club Wednesday evening. The anniversaries of Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. James Allen were observed, Mrs. Johannsen hostess for Mrs. Vera and Mrs. Vera for Mrs. Allen, since the birthdays were so close together. 31 In Week New vehicle sales in this area zoomed during the past week, with 31 cars and trucks registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. Owners are: Chevrolet- D. F. Murra, Swea City, pickup, Leroy or Alma Stoffel, Algona; C. R. Harms, Titonka; G. A. Berte, LuVerne; H. J. or Nellie Crandall, Swea City; Wendell or Alma Warwick, Algona; J. W, Logan, Algona; Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft; Frank Rotterman, Elmore; E. R. Schade, Bode; E. H. Hutchins, Algona. Ford - Utt Electric Serv., Algona; 0. L. Underbakke, Elmore, pickup; L. J. Risius, Buffalo Center, pickup; J. L. Guy, Lu Verne. Dodge - C. D. Bollinger, Lone Rock, truck; Carol L. Kenyon, Algona; M. J. Madsen, Burt. CMC - S. E. Johnson, Wesley, pickup. Lincoln - Dorothy L. Abbott, Algona. Rambler - G. F. Burtis, Algona. Plymouth - George or Lefie McMullen, Burt. Chrysler - M. H. Honsbruch, Algona. Pontiac - Schultz Bros., Algona; R. L. -Conway, Swea City. Olds - Robert or Carolyn Tague, Titonka. Honda - Russell L. Shaw, Tom A. Ristau and David M. Dimond, Algona. ADDING MACHINES & TYPEWRITERS Al The Upper Des Moines. New Marshal Is Hired By Bur! Council BURT - A letter of complaint signed by six people living near the Iowa Corn By - Products Co., was received by the council here asking to have the piling of cobs declared a nuisance The council, being advised by the local health officer, found no violation of the nuisance Ordinance nor a health hazard. The company, when asked about the situation, stated the shortage of railway cars was the only reason the cobs were being stored, and that as soon as cars are available the cobs will be moved at once. The problem of rust in the town's water supply was discussed to some length and the possibility of installing a filter system will be considered. The appointment of Paul Schwieger as night Marshall by Mayor Nels Nelson was approved by the council. A satisfactory water analysis report was read and placed on file as was the treasurer's report. The possibilities of the use of plastic pipe for water connections was discussed and referred to the town attorney for a report on the legality of its use and its acceptance by the State Department of Health. Bachelor Dies Reuben Olson, Bancroft bachelor farmer, died at his home north of there Thursday nighf. Funeral arrangements for him were pending at press time. Notie* IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF .MERVIN C. C RON AN, DECEASED, PROBATE NO. 8695 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. To: Clara M. Cronan, 718 E. South St., Algona, lowajMc- Cullough's Funeral Chapel, 112 S. Dodge St., Algona., i Iowa; -Dr." M.'G. Bourne, M. D,, 118 N. Moore St., Algona, Iowa; Donald Maasdam, 305S. Lowefit., Algona, Iowa ; Wlnkel & Wlnkel, Box 503, Algona, Iowa; Norman Cronan, address unknown; and Caroline Cronan, address unknown, and if married, her surname also unknown ; as surviving spouse, creditors and heirs at law of the above named decedent, and to any and all persons, known or unknown, who may have, or claim to have any interest in or to the real estate hereinafter described. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, a Petition for the sale of the following described property : Lofs Five and Six (5 & 6) of Block Fifty-eight(58)of theOrig- inal Plat of Algona, Iowa, by Donald Maasdam, in the above named estate. You are further notified that said Administrator proposes to sell this real estate at private sale to one, Donald Tietz, for the cash sum of $1,000.00 and for which he has signed a contract. For further particulars, see the petition now on file. You are further notified under an Order of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, that a hearing will be held on said petition for the sale of said property in and before the District Court aforesaid in the Courtroom of the Kossuth County Courthouse, at Algona, Iowa, on the 9th day of June, 1966, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M,, and that you may appear on or prior to said time arul show cause, if any, you may have, why said property should not be sold for the purpose of paying debts and expenses of said estate, including taxes, court costs and other expenses of making good title, At said time and place, you may also make higher or better bids for said property and the highest bidder will be declared the purchaser. This sale will be final as to said property. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 2nd day of May, 1966. Donald Maasdam, Administrator /S/ By: Wlnkel & Winkel Winkel & Winkel , his Attorneys (Published in The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 5, 12 and 19, 1966). (35-37-39) Two Mishaps, One Charged In This Area Two minor accidents were reported in this area last week. The first occur red a mile south of Lakota on a county blacktop road when a tank wagon driven by Hilmer G. Hanson, 66, Lakota, which was headed north, struck a cable that had been strung across the road by a construction crew. Damage to the truck amounted to $166.66, according to Patrolman Charles Bird who investigated. At 5:23 p. m. Thursday, two cars, which were being backed from parking spots on State street by Herman E. Plathe, 77, Irvington, and Doris E.Williams, 56, Algona, collided, resulting in $150 estimated damage to the latter car. Plathe was charged with improper backing by local police who investigated. Miss Durant Honored By Poetry Group The spring meeting of Iowa Chaparral Poets was held In Cedar Rapids, May 7. The program honored Margaret Durant, Algona, who founded the Iowa Division of Midwest Chaparral Poets in 1941 and served as Iowa Regent for ten years. She is now Poet Laureate of Iowa Chaparral Poets, regional treasurer of the entire midwest organization, and advisor for Midwest Chaparral magazine, a 50-page quarterly publication. The current issue of the magazine is dedicated to her. Her work in Chaparral groups has included the adjoining states of Nebraska and Minnesota. She is an honorary member of Minnesota Chaparral. When the midwest states were organized into a federation, she served as a member of the planning board. Although the name, Midwest Chaparral, has been retained, the organization has a nationwide membership. Miss Durant's connection with Minnesota poetry projects is one of many years' standing. INVINCIBLE METAL FUR. NATURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Wed 25 Yean Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 1 with open house at the V. P. W. hall from 2 to 5 and then at their home in the evening. Many friends and relatives registered both places. The Thilges were married April 28, 1941 in St. Cecelia's church by Father Mallinger. Mrs. Edward Immer- fail, the former Marvel Dole, and Wilmer Thilges, now of Orange , Calif., were attendants. Mrs. Thilges, the former Evelyn Dole of Irvington, and Oswald of St. Joe have been residents around the Algona area all their life. They have three daughters, two sons and two grandsons. They are Mrs. Dennis Miller of West Bend, Maureen, Garry, Constance and Brian, all at home, and grandsons Jay and Keith Miller of West Bend. Shower Planned At Ringsted R1NGSTED - A miscellaneous shower will be held for Gladys Thul of Bode on Saturday, May 28, at 7:45 p. m. at St. John's Lutheran church hall in Ringsted. Men and women are cordially invited to attend. Miss Thul Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul of Bode and will become the bride of Russell Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyer of Ringsted on June 18. Square Dance Algona Promenaders Square Dance club will have a Friday, the LAWN MOWERS NEW 60 and 110 John Deere Chris Cut Mowers USED Cub Cadet with mower Arlens Riding Mower Fairlawn Riding Mower David Bradley Garden Tractor Several Used Mowers ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE Phone 295-3561 Hwy. 18 East Algona, Iowa i3th, dance at the v. F. w. haii. Miner Damage Bob Gillespie of Oskaloosa will Firemen doused a fire in the be the caller. Spectators are always welcome. Friday the 13th badges will be available chimney at the home of Mrs. Bertha Elsbecker in Bancroft early Tuesday. Only minor damage was reported WANTED YOUNG MAN No one can look Into a crystal ball and predict your future .... but If you are an ambitious, energetic fellow Interested in selling, you can make a future for yourself. We need young men 23 to 35, with at least a high school education, to train for STORE MANAGEMENT Let us give you the details in a personal interview. APPLY AT Algona, Iowa 32 tfn CONSIGNMENT FURNITURE AUCTION Friday Evening, May 13 6:30 P.M. Sale to be held Vi mile South of Kossuth Motors on So. Hall St. It looks like a real nice sale shaping up with many items already in. Listed so for we have: M. W. Upright freezer, G.E. refrigerator; Maytag wringer washer; Leather re- clincing chair; Davenport and chairs; Several dressers; Beds and chest of drawers; Dinette sets; Occasional chairs; Power lawn mower; Sears Roto Tiller (near new); Large chest type International Deep freeze; Plus many dishes and pots and pans. There will also be a consignment of new merchandise such as saws, drills, hammers and many miscellaneous items. This is only a partial listing so try and be with us Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. RAYMOND SPENCER & RONALD PiCK Auctioneers 295-71? 3 295-2664 Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA the revolution that succeeded JALER T WlNE flliro-- 1-130 1 ' Uncle.* . R , )lllon| ,„ Rol in««n, *"»' "01 Attroclivt 1 ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. 205 S. Phillips Algona As Advertised In Farm And Home Section USED OFFICE FURNITURE FOR YOUR OFFICE, HOME OFFICE OR BASEMENT 70 USED DESKS WOOD and METAL Over 100 USED CHAIRS ARM SWIVELS, STENOS, STRAIGHT & WAITING ROOM 0 HUNDREDS OF MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE FURNITURE - STEEL AND WOOD Northwest Iowa's Largest Used Office Furniture Dealer. JOSELYN PRESS, INC. 401 FIRST AVE. SO. 1 Block East and Vfe Block North of Karl King Bridge. FORT DODGE, IOWA (36-37) HOMES FOR SALE smiY's SEAL OF SECURITY FARMS HOMES LOANS >APMAISAIS YOUR SIDEWALK OF SECURITY Brand new 3 bedroom. Carpeting in living room. Built in range and oven. Full bath. All oak floors. Northeast part of Algona. 3 bedroom home - Close to Catholic Church. Kitchen, living room, bath. Single garage. 3 or 4 bedroom home. One block from public high school. Completely remodeled kitchen with snack bar. Near new gas furnace. 2 bedroom, close in to downtown area. All on one floor. Separate dining room, full bath, single garage. * 3 bedroom ranch type - 12 sq. ft. All on one floor. Living • room carpeted. Double closets in all bedrooms. Built in oven and range in kitchen. Business Opportunity - Algona Pop Factory - Contract Terms. See Salesman for full information and details. Seeley Realty Co. (over S i L) 17V» E. STATi Pf Ul M. Sttl.y. Reiltor Ami, Rickl.f, «nd Jim Ct.l.n Mark A. Seel*/ 5-2491 Office Phone 5-2350 Leo Frenkl Residence Phone 5-3174 $,$479

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