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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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6-Alflone (la.) Upper Dei Molne* thwndoy, May 26, AT BANQUET Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger, Eric and Ronnie spent the weekend at Maryvllle, Mo. with Mrs. Rledlnger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Strong. Mrs. Ried- Inger attended the alumni banquet at the Tarklo college from which she was graduated twenty-five years ago. - o - HOST CLUBS Mrs. Ann Hanson Is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew Is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. - o - . DAUGHTER IS 8 Janelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGlnnls, celebrated her eighth birthday Saturday with a picnic at the Call State park. Guests were Becky Thoreson, Joan and Jane Skogstrom, Susan Myers, Lori Gerdls, Kay Arend, Maureen Ruhnke, Deanna Eastman, Connie Utt and Lisa Geilenfeld. Diane Jorgenson was unable to be present. - o - IS CONFIRMED Suzanne McGlnnis was confirmed in the Methodist church Sunday morning and Inher honor, and In honor of the birthday of her father, Dick McGlnnls, guests at dinner were Suzanne's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Dick's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Baas of Wallingford. CARD CLUB Mrs. Elmer Phillips is entertaining her card club Wednesday. - o - DINNER GUESTS Mrs. Ethel Potter had as dinner guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Potter, Mrs. Pearl Potter, and afternoon visitors were Mrs. Nell Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner, Humboldt. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Don .Nelson is entertaining her birthday club Thursday. The anniversary of Mrs. Ray Potter will be observed. - o - CLUB MEETINGS Mrs. William Dau is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Howard Platt will be hostess Friday afternoon to the "Happy Birthday" club. - o - SON IS GRAD Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt are going to Des Moines June 6 to attend the graduation of their son, George, from Drake University. He has majored in business management and will go to Aurora, m. for assignment to a position. The son, John, a student at the University at Iowa City, will join the family in Des Moines and come home for a ten- day vacation after which he will return to Iowa City to attend HELD OVER! LUCKY NUMBER SPECTACULAR FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY! Bring your LUCKY NUMBER, which appeared in Gambles ad in the May 19 issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines, to our store MAY 27-28 and you may be able to buy one of these four new items for the low price shown here. Don't miss this chance! CORONADO CUSTOM DELUXE 15.3 CU. FT. FOOD FREEZER REGULAR PRICE - $169.95 WITH LUCKY NUMBER - $32.50 COMET 19" ROTARY MOWER REGULAR PRICE - $54.95 WITH LUCKY NUMBER - $5.50 HIAWATHA 26" SPEED FLITE BICYCYLE REGULAR PRICE - $39.88 WITH LUCKY NUMBER - $13.50 EUREKA PRINCESS VACUUM CLEANER REGULAR PRICE - $39.95 WITH LUCKY NUMBER - $13.50 PLUS... SPECIAL PRE-MEMORIAL DAY DISCOUNT SALE ! 10% OFF EVERY ITEM IN OUR STORE FOR 3 HOURS FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 27, 6 to 9 P.M. DON'T MISS IT ! The Friendly Store 207 E. STATE - AIGQNAI Phone 295-3411 ALDEN MAIL ORDER PHONE 895-3177 summer school. - o - HELD MEETING Rebekah birthday club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Lloyd Pool, former Algonan now living at Ren wick. - o MRS. FERN FOSTER accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, to Des Moines and Is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. H*rold Ailaud and Mrs. Mary Boswell, former Algonans, while Mrs. Bartlett Is attending a P. E. 0. Sisterhood meeting at the Fort Des Moines hotel. They will return home Friday. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson have returned from a ten day visit at Grand Island, Nebr., with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mertz. Enroute they stopped briefly in Des Moines to see Jim Burnt, at Veterans hospital. MR. AND MRS. Dart Snyder and Cheri and Mrs. Heath, Le- Grange, HI., were recent guests of Mr. ind Mrs. Andrew Hanson. Darl is a former Algonan, son of Mrs. Hallard Snyder and the late Mr. Snyder. The senior Mrs. Snyder now lives in California. VISITORS AT the Pat Murphy residence were Pat's sister, Mrs. Hannah Ryan and her son, Rev. Patrick Ryan, of Dublin, Ireland. It was a 39-year reunion for Pat and his sister. Mrs. Ryan visited another sister, Mrs. Margaret Groorke in New York before coming here. They will return to Ireland next Sunday. THE PAT MURPHY family will go to Omaha Friday to be present at the graduation of , their daughter, Judy, from Duschene College Saturday at 3 p. m. She will teach in District 66 in Omaha in September. MR. AND MRS. Paul Ostwlnkle were visited over the weekend by Paul's brother-in-law and sister, Marguerite, Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, Minneapolis. They are former Algonans and Mr. Logan was employed at the Rexall drug store. They also visited Mrs. Logan's father, Charles Ost- winkle. MR. AND MRS. J. F. Milder went to Minneapolislast week and • met Mrs. Milder's sister, Margaret Forbes, Los Angeles. She had come to attend the graduation of the Milder's daughter, Jo Ellen, from College of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn., and the son, BUI Milder, who will be graduated from Garrigan. Miss Forbes will be here till June 4. MRS. MILLIE NOLTE will be Visited soon by her brother, Ed Genrich of California, who will fay here to be present at the Genrich family reunion scheduled for June 11. Mrs. Genrich will tlot accompany him as she has Hot been as well as usual. She Stood the oriental trip taken several weeks ago very well. MR. AND MRS. Wilbur Bruner went to Gilmore City Saturday to attend the graduation of the former's niece, Linda Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell spent the weekend at Mason City With their sons-in-law and daughters,'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn and Mr. and Mrs. William De Kruif. MR. AND MRS. Bless Rusk are going to have as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Thim, Graettinger, who will attend baccalaureate. The Rusks' daughter is a graduate. MRS. ANN HANSON was visited one day last week by her daughter, Mrs. Maurice Mortenson, and friend, Mrs. Alec Muers, Mason City. MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell went to Earlham Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Hutzell's brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Russell Hester. From there they went to Des Moines to see Mr. Hutzell's brother- in-law, Jack McCarty, who is a patient at Mercy hospital. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson had as guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mouwr, Orange City. MRS. J. D. BURNS returned Monday from Des Moines where she had been with Mr. Burns, who was under treatment at the Veterans hospital. He expects to be dismissed in abut ten days. The son, James, came from Magnolia, Ark. and Mr. Burn's sister, Mrs. Homer Herwig of Cedar Rapids and brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orlger of Estherville were also in Des Moines to see him. Mr. and Mrs- John Thomp- son returned from Des Moines Monday and were accompanied by Mrs. Burns. Mr. Thompson had also been at the Veterans hospital undar treatment. ED HAAG has had his machine shop closed several days while he Is at his home sick with a bad case of flu. Jess Dyer, Des Moines, was here to see him last week. Ed Is still at home and though he is much Improved, he will not open his shop until completely recovered. MRS. FERN FOSTER will have Lewis Bleakley, Glendlve, Mont., as guest from Saturday till Monday. He will be going to Kenosha, Wise, to buy a new car and is stopping here to see friends. His wife was Ruth Tribon, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Ruth has been deceased several years. MR. AND MRS. Durwood St. John and Elizabeth, Mrs. Carrie St. John and Mrs. Helen Nelson went to Moorland Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Larry St. John. CHERYL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk, will be graduated this month and has chosen Drake University for her studies next fall. She was invited to attend the fourth annual high school invitational and spent the weekend at Stalmaker dormitory getting acquainted with college living. Various points of interest were visited, among them the fine arts building. LEGAL NOTICES Diers No-Hitter Puts Hove $ P ecifll luncheon For Sfudents Johnnies Past Bears 2-0 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROBERT H. BELL, DECEASED. PROBATE NO. 8842 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. Public notice Is hereby given that a hearing on a petition for authority to sell the real estate formerly owned by Robert H. Bell, described as: The North one-half (N 1/2) of Lots 1 & 2, in Block 2, of Stacy's Addition to Algona, Iowa, will be held In the court room of the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the 14th day of June, 1966; that one Dwlght G. Cook of Algona, Iowa, has executed a contract for a private sale for the purchase of said real estate tor the price of $7,500.00 and that any person interested in the purchase of said property may appear at said hearing and make a higher or better bid there T and that said property will be sold to the highest bidder for cash as a private sale and which will be final as to said property. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 24th day of May, 1966. Edwin C. Wittkopf, Executor /S/ Winkel & Winkel By Winkel & Winkel his Attorneys (41-43) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8933 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TOCREDI- TORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Lulu Samson, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Lulu Samson, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 24th day of May, 1966, the last will and testament of Lulu Samson, deceased, bearing date of the 21st day of August, 1951, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Victor Samson 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 24th day of May, 1966. Victor Samson Executor of said Estate 1104 SW 22 Terrace Fort Lauderdale, Florida Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 2nd day of June, 1966, (41-42) The no-hit pitching of Dick Diers and a 2 run single by Tom Nemmers led Bancroft St. John's to a 2-0 victory over Garrigan's Golden Bears before a large crowd here Tuesday night. The same teams were slated to meet Wednesday night at Bancroft. The loss was the third straight for Coach Duane Kramer's club after two opening wins. Except for the two second Inning runs by the Johnnies, the contest was a fine pitchers' duel between Diers and the Bears' Bill Milder. Diers, who finished with 13 strikeouts, whiffed the side In three innings. Milder struck out eight and each hurler walked four and hit one batter. Garrigan threatened only once - in the last of the fifth, when a walk to Tom Wagner and a Diers pitch on the elbow to Chuck Geilenfeld put two on with two out. A strikeout ended the little rally. The winning runs came with two out - and no one on. Hutchinson reached on an error, only one in the game, and Murray walked. A passed ball moved the runners to second and third and Nemmers hit a slicing shot past second to center field, sending in both runners. The runs were unearned. Fanciest play of the game was a neat grab by shortstop Bill Reding of the Bears of a low liner off the bat of Rob Hatten in the top of the fifth. Dick Muller was the only Bear to hit a ball hard as he slammed Into a force out in the fourth. BOX SCORE: St. John's (2) AB R H Meyer 2 0 24 2 2 Garrigan (0), AB R H Long Becker Reding Muller Salz Wagner Lickteig Geilenfeld Milder A special luncheon for students who eat regularly and participate in the school lunch program was held at 12:30 f ties- day noon, through the courtesy of Miss Comfort and. the school lunch personnel. the meal was served buffet style, with the menu consisting of favorite foods of the students. 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , 0 20 Schneider Farrow Vaske Hatten Diers Hutchinson Murray Nemmers 4 3 3 3 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Aunt Pastes Raymond Bilsborough has received word of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Willis Bilsborough, 62, at Dwlght, HI. Death was due to a heart attack. She has been confined to a wheel chair many years. She is survived by her husband, sons Willis, Jr., and Duane, and daughters Jeanette and Virginia, all married. The family lived here some time ago and Willis Bilsborough is a brother of the late Floyd Bllsborough. Student Awards Award assemblies were held at Algona high and Garrigan high here Tuesday morning. Athlete's, musicians and all other students earning awards were honored at both schools. Lists of names of the recipients were not available when this newspaper went to press Wednesday. Blood Donors Elmer Tech, well-known Sexton area farmer, underwent major surgery in Mercy hospital at Mason City Wednesday afternoon and blood donors are being sought. Anyone interested in donating blood for Mr. Tech should contact Art Olsen at Sexton. CUSTOM SPRAYING BOOK NOW FOR YOUR FALL SPRAYING We supply everything — The manpower, the chemical and the equipment. All you have to do is call or drop by Custom Farm Services. We do the rest, and do it right. CALL COLLECT CORWITH 583-2392 CUSTOM FARM SERVICES, INC. JERRY KRAUSE, PLANT MANAGER BOB BARRACKS, ASSISTANT ANOTHER LOCAL FARMER TAKES ADVANTAGE OF THERMOGAS ECONOMICAL POWER PICTURED ABOVE IS THE NEW MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE M670 LP GAS TRACTOR PURCHASED THIS SPRING BY ED McGUIRE FROM BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT OF ALGONA. OPERATOR OF THE TRACTOR IN THIS PHOTO IS RICH McGUIRE, BROTHER OF ED. Ed, who farms 9 miles south of Hobarton has this to say about his new^Thermpgas powered LP tractor: "I decided to try an LP tractor in an effort 1o cut some of my over-all operating costs. Although I haven't had much of an opportunity for comparison, I have been well satisfied with it's operation so far. I feel the advantages of a Thermogas powered LP tractor will be many, mainjy a cleaner burning fuel which in turn will give me a lower maintenance cost and longer engine life. Also, the cost of Thermogas is low, not only per gallon, but also in terms of power produced and work performed. I have been well satisfied with the service I have received from Thermogas and would recommend it to every farmer." CHANCES ARE YOU'LL SWITCH TO A THERMOGAS POWERED TRACTOR ONE OF THESE DAYS . . , WHY NOT DO IT NOW? Jhermogas Of Algona Where you alwayi gtt "BLUE CARPET" Service! So, Phillips St, NOTHING INTERRUPTS YOUR THERMOGAS SERVICE Ph. 295*2841

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