The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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Delthia Shierk Bride In Missouri Ceremony Dolthea Anne Shierk, daughter of Mrs. Cameron C. Shierk, Jr., and the late Dr. Shierk, became the bride of James Cleveland Watson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Worth D. Watson, Bethany, Missouri, at 3 p.m June 18 in the Christian Church in Bethany. Rev. Cecil Swinehart performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Randal Shierk, Minneapolis. Organist was Mrs. William Linthacum, Bethany, aunt of the groom. Maid of honor was Karen Draman of Stuart, Iowa. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Anthony (Ruth) DiVenere, Schiller Park, m., sister of the bride, and Mrs. Randall Shierk, sister -in-law of the bride. The bride's assistant was Mrs. Kenton Immerfall, Mason City. Best man was Douglas Linville. Groomsman were Randall Watson, brother of the groom, and Monty Fuque, all of Bethany. Ushers were David McKee, Stuart; James Cook, Maryville; and Jack Bohner- blust, Pattonsburg, Mo. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Cutting the cake- was Mary Ann fflgsbee, with Mrs. Douglas Linville in charge of the guest book. Debbie and Becky Sharp, cousins of the groom were waitresses and in charge of the gifts. Attending the wedding from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jorgenson and son Jay C., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely, Mary Ann Sigsbee and David Rasmussen. Other out-of-town guests included children of Mrs. Anthony DiVenere, Dominick, Madeleine, Anthony; Mrs. Peter Di- Venere and son Michael, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Immerfall, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Chell Craigie, Minneapolis; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pick, Forest Park, niinois. After a week's wedding trip to the Ozarks, the newly-weds will be at home until September in Bethany. The bride will be a second semester sophomore at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, and the groom will be a junior at the same college. Six More File Objections To Land Tax Law The list of cases being filed in district court here as a result of the 1965 Iowa Legislature's law on agricultural land tax credit continued to grow - with six new ones entered this week. Plaintiffs in the new matters are Edward J. Miller etal; Hazel D. Lusby et alj Robert Eichenberger; Mamie Eichenberger; Lewis K. Ferguson et al; and Barbara Haggard et al. Defendant in each is the board of supervisors of Kossuth county and the cases are over situations where one party in the ownership of land lives outside of the state of Iowa. The 1965 law disqualifies that land from receiving the land credit. As in other cases, the board rejected appeals from persons involved in the land ownership and the petitions ask that the law be declared unconstitutional. 'Two other new cases were also filed. Lynk Bros and Baird Inc., plaintiffs, are seeking a judgment for $147.75 from Kenneth Grein, defendant, for a check returned unpaid in one; and Farmer's Co-Op Elevator, plaintiff, is seeking to get settlement for $1,505.09 from Ted Hilbert, defendant, for promissory notes and interest. Local Guardsmen Overnight At E'Burg Drill Algona "B" Battery of the National Guard participated in an overnight encampment at Emmetsburg this weekend. They left here Saturday and returned to the Armory about l:30Sunday. They participated in ARSOP, a series of night problems. The entire unit, with two officers and about 95 enlisted men, took part under the command of Capt. Howard Stephenson. 1st Lt. John Eno of Luana, assistant executive officer, requested active duty and has reported to Xavier University at Cincinnati, Ohio, where he is in ROTC. No replacement has been named. StettoA WE STILL HAVE SEVERAL TOP NOTCH BUYS ON OUR VALUE - RATED CAR LOT, BUT ... WE NEED YOUR CLEAN TRADE-INS NOW TO KEEP GOOD CARS ON THE LOT ! TOP ALLOWANCES FOR YOUR CLEAN TRADE-IN, REGARDLESS OP MAKE, ON A NEW OLDS OR RAMBLER . . . TRY US ! ! ! 1964 PONTIAC Star Chief, 4 Dr. Hardtop, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater* Power Steering, Power Brakes, Whitewall Tires. Like New! 1964 RAMBLER American Wagon, Overdrive, Radio, Reclining Seats, Tremendous Camping Car ! 1964 FORD Custom, 4 Dr. Sedan. Straight Stick, Radio, Heater, Whitewall Tires, Outside Mirrors. White with Red Interior. Very. Sharp ! 1964 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 Dr. Sedan. Auto. Trans., Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Whitewall Tires. Low Miles, Red with White Top — Very Sharp ! 1962 OLDSMOBILE "98" Town Sedan. Full Power, Air Conditioning, Pristine Condition. Mist Green. 1962 OLDSMOBILE "98", 4 Dr. Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Whitewall Tires, Autronic Eye. 1962 FORD Galaxle, 6 Cyl., Straight Stick, Radio, Heater, Good Tires. For Economy This Is It! 1962 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 Dr. Sedan, Hydramatic Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes. Whitewall Tires. Blue. 1961 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 Dr. Sedan. Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Outside Mirrors. 1960 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 Dr. Sedan. Radio, Heater, Whitewails, White with Blue Top. 1960 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 Dr. Sedan. Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Whitewall Tires Blue with White Top. 1960 COMET, 4^ Dr. Sedan, Auto. Trans., Radio, Heater Whitewall Tires, Blue Color. ' i960 RAMBLER 660, 4 Dr. Station Wagon, Radio, Heater Overdrive. C H E A P I E S 1958 PONTIAC, 4 Dr. Sedan W75 1960 FORD Falcon Station Wagon $150 1955 OLDSMOBILE, 4 Dr. Sedan w §0 C OLDSMOBILE * & RAMBLER HOT - 3-Inch Rain In Area During Week Hot weather, with a drenching downpour thrown in - that pretty well described Kossuth's weather during the past week. Rainfall, varying from 1.41" at the official weather station to 3 inches soms other places, including Algona, fell late Monday afternoon and night. The rainfall was accompanied by some wind and scattered small amounts of hail in varied areas of the county. No severe damage was reported. High mark for the week (and the summer) was 94 degrees Saturday - and the mercury topped 90 three times. Here are the readings: H L R June 23 88 64 June 24 92 64 June 25 94 71 June 26 83 57 June 27 88 60 June 28 90 61 1.41" June 29 -- 65 Spencer Man's Parole Revoked; To Anamosa Gary StuUo of Spencer, who was convicted of grand larceny here in 1965 and paroled to the State Board of Parole, had his parole revoked by that board ind was taken to Anamosa to serve a five year term this week. He broke the parole by leaving the county without perm'ssion in January this year and was recently apprehended at Clinton, Okla. Sheriff Ralph Undhorst returned him from Oklahoma City to Anamosa this week. Licenses To Wed Four licenses to wed were Issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to: David A. Smart and Mary K. Misbach, June 21; Robert fflmonsmeier and Sharilynn K. Johnson; and Arnold Elten and. Nola A. Gatton, June 23; and Charles B. Kolb and Diane L. Helland, June 24. CLASSIFIED UKNISIH6 MAKE YOUR SUMMER PLANS NOW I Rent an APACHE Camper Trailer or WINNEBAGO Travel Trailer for your best summer vacation yet I CHUCK BEHR Trailer Sales & Rentals 400 E. State, Algona (41tfn) "SEWING MACHINES - Service all makes. Free estimate in store. New Zig-Zag from $49.00, late model. Trade- ins priced to sell. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO., ^ Algona. .(IQtf) NEW AND USED MACHINERY 1 - Used J. D. #5 Power Mower with hay conditioner drive, with hook-up for J. D. Tractor $225 1 - J. D. 4-Bar integral side Rake $260 GREEN-DEE TWINE - Top Qaulity - Bale $8.50 1 - 4-Bar NEW IDEA Tractor Rake $125 1 - New YETTER Hay Conditioner, slightly shopworn, with tires. List $595 . . . For Cash Sale $445 NEW 1/2 H. P. Air Compressor complete w/hose $82.50 1 - 4-Bar J. D. Tractor Rake SEE US for New and Used Lawn Mowers - ARIENS, LAWN BOY, JACOBSON (8 or 10 h, p.) Several Used Riding Mowers WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, la. (50) USED FARM IMPLEMENTS I - Used Bl ALLIS Garden Tractor with Mower, A-l - 125 South Podge ALGONA, 1 - Model L JD Manure Spreader very good 1 - 12A NEW IDEA Spreader 1 - LETZ Burr Mill 1-77 NEW HOLLAND Baler Several Used Hay Mowers WD 45 Tractor WD Tractor FORD Tractor Used front mount ALLIS Cultivator for D17 1 - Used WOODS Rotary Mower WE ARE DEALERS FOR AND HAVE IN STOCK PARKER GRAVITY BOX LINE, FENTON MOTOR COMPANY Bob Mitchell On Hy. 44 Fenton, Iowa (50) Collision Autos driven by M.irie A. Lampright, Algona, and Lawrence H. Pertl, Whittemore, collided at the intersection of Lucas and Minnesota streets here at 3:27 p.m. Tuesday. Damage to the vehicles was estimited at $300 by police who investigated and charged Mrs. Lampright with failing to yield the right-of-way. Honor Ottosen Man On 80th Birthday OTTOSEN - Lenhard Holden was honored Sunday afternoon at an open house at the Commercial Club building on his 80th birthday. Paul Kampen was master of ceremonies. Rev. Robert J. Le- Mont gave a prayer, Mrs. Ed Nessen sang, Mrs. Loren Daniel read several poems. A skit, "This Is Your Life", was presented. Scott Kampen took part in the scenes from his youth. Representatives spoke from the several boards of directors on which Lenhard served. Ivan Schneider of West Bend represented the local elevator. The lunch was served by the wives of the board of directors, who were on the board when Lenhard left. They were Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Ivan Schneider, Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mrs. Ray Freiden. Mrs. Fred Kampen also assisted with-the lunch. Mrs. Arnold Brodale sat at the guest book in which ninety-five persons were registered. Mrs. Gus Henningsen of Rolfe was in charge of the gifts. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem are the parents of an 8 Ib. son, James Marshall, born Friday June 24 at the Palo Alto hospital. Mrs. Edith Starin from Friendship Haven, Ft. Dodge, was a Thursday overnight guest of Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Friday Mrs. Starin, Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Essie Cooper attended funeral services for Joe Honn at the Methodist church at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Entler of Rutland attended the Rural Letter Carrier's Assoc. and Auxiliary State Convention at Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and Roger and Mrs. Olianna Vinaas attended the Lee family reunion at Oleson Park at Ft. Dodge Sunday. Fifty-three persons were present. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin and granddaughters, Marie and Emily of Bradgate to Spencer Sunday where they had a picnic with relatives from Viborg, Sioux Falls, and Beresford, So. Dak. Carla Banwart left Sunday to spend a week at the Elmer Strahm home at Sebatha, Kans. Gloria Tofteberg is spending two weeks of vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg. She is secretary at Walker's Bus Co. at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson took his mother, Mrs. Gunda Enockson to Olivia, Minn., Sunday where she visited her brother and sister, Ed and Clara Egeness. Police Will Eye Traffic Closely During Fourth Police Chief Al Boekelman announced today that during the 4th of July weekend members of the department would be patrolling the streets to assist the motoring public and to crack down on the violators who endanger the lives of the safe drivers. Boekelman said, "We will enforce the laws, but the motorists are the ones who can save lives by obeying the laws and driving carefully," and emphasized that while safe driving is always a concern, extra care must be taken during this .holiday season when traffic conditions will be unusually hazardous. Schultz Named Whittemore Mgr. OTTOSEN - Alfred Schultz, who has managed the Farmers Elevator at Ottosen for the past several years, has accepted a similar job at the Whittemore Elevator. A farewell supper was held in the family's honor Saturday night at the Dean Telford home. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz were presented with a gift. The family originally came from Lone Rock, where Mr. Schultz was employed in the Lone Rock Elevator. Now they will again be resident of Kossuth county at Whittemore. A CLASSIFIED AD *" WILL GET PAST RESULTS Tractor Mishap BANCROFT - Alfred Menke, -•!, Bancroft area farmer, re- cvived t'.vo broken ribs ami other undetermined injuries, about " p. m. Tuesday, when a tractor fit was driving down his lane tipped over, pinning him beneath. Hf- was rus'ied to the hospital at Estherville and it is not known long he will be there re- rating. Hold Cooitout The June cook-out meeting of th? Cresco Chums 4-H Club met at Call State Park, with la members. Sheila Frideres gave a report on "Conference." Talks were given by Edna and Marian Frideres, Becky Buscher and Diane Roethler. Mrs. Edmund Frideres was a guest. 3 Pay Fines Three persons paid fines in Mayor Bill Finn's court this week. All were from Algona. Marvin D. Grisham paid $10, stop sign, and $5, no valid operator's license; Edwin J. Hammer, $5, improper backing ; and Patrick M. Heun, $15, careless driving. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. • « Portland! Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marlow of Phoenix, Ariz, were Saturday dinner guests in the P. W. Marlow home. Mrs. Virgil Barrett of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Britt were Sunday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt Friday evening, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dawson of Casper, Wyoming, who arrived here for a two week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson will be spending several days this week in the Sparks home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Marlow of Redfield, So. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Eric Seegebarth of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Shawn of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Richard Bristow home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte of Britt were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dawson, Mrs. Marie Dimond of Algona and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt were Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen were Sunday evening visitors. Mrs. George Koestler and Vickie and Mrs. James Christensen of . Burt attended the Mission Fair at Garner put on by St. Paul's Lutheran church. Vicki helped with the Walther League booth. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler and Vickie attended a family picnic at the Clifford Krantz home Tuesday in honor of Mr. & Mrs. Bert Wetzel and four children of Fallbrook, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Wetzel and children called at the George Koestler home Wednesday, on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ites, Karen and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ites, Bobby, Dean and Patricia, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ptitkamcr, all of Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson, Kimberly and Michael, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Jam?s Harms, Scott, Mir- sha and Laura Sue of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and family, Swea City, were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven went to Mason City Thursday and brought Jay's sister, Mis.Gertie Ainnn, home with them Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family attended a Klein-Loebach family picnic Father's Day at Tuttle Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Roeder and Sandra of Algona were Sunday visitors in the Joe Loebach home. Mr. and Mrs. Timar Harms and family of Titonka, George Hix of Doan and Mrs. Victor Fitch were Sunday visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rtngsdorf of Laton, Calif, were Wednesday evening visitors in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert entertained the Fortnightly Club. NEW SCOTCH BRAND typewriter cleaner — clean — fast — conTenient. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moinea Pub. Co. Thursday, June 30, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 LEDYARD Mrs. Winifred Deitering, Mrs. Theresa Elch and Mrs. Wilber Fox of Bancroft were callers at the home of Mrs. J. J. McDonald Friday. Chris and Kim Stellhorn of Woodland Hills, Cal., were met at Ames Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Burton (Red)Johnson. The Stellhorn children will spend the summer with relatives here. Mrs. J. J. McDonald, Mrs. Virgil Gelhaus, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jorgensen and Mrs. McNerney, granddaughter of Mrs. McDonald, who was one of the graduates of the Class of 1966 of St. Mary's School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn. They also visited witli Mrs. Devine who is making her home in Rochester Patty Mayne spent Sunday and Monday at the parental James Mayne home. Patty is employed in Austin, Minn. Russell Richter, Larry Runks- meier and Jerry Clark will return home July 2 from two weeks' training with the National Guard at Camp Ripley, Minnesota. Ronald Richter spent Father's Day at the parental Fred Richter home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weringa are parents of a boy born at the Buffalo Center hospital June 19. He weighed 9 Ibs., 3 ozs. Grandparents are Mrs. Grace Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weringa of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobson returned to their home here Friday. Mr. Jacobson had been A patient at University Hospital in Iowa City for over six weeks and Mrs. Jacobson had been visiting relatives at Osage during his absence. imB»i«IW«*H,Jd33WWMI Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA WINTER CLOTHES CLEANED and STORED DON'T WAIT TILL THE MOTHS COME! Crowded closets, jammed with soiled clothing are an open invitation to Mr. Moth and company. Let us clean your woolens and store them in mothproof bags . . . we'll return them to you nexf fall, pressed, ready to wear. Prompt pick-up free of charge! ELK Cleaners 20 N. Dodge Algona, la. PHONE 295-3447 Announcing CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP OF THE JOHNSON HOUSE. MR. AND MRS. RUSS FRAZEE HAVE PURCHASED THE JOHNSON HOUSE IN ALGONA EFFECTIVE JULY 1. THE PRESENT NAME, JOHNSON HOUSE, WILL BE RETAINED. HI FOLKS! We wish to take this opportunity to say "HI" to the customers of the Johnson House, both present & future. We are proud to be new members of the community and promise to keep up the fine service to our customers and to offer the best pf food and beverages. The present staff of the Johnson House will be retained, and we will be (poking forward to meeting all pf you in the very near future. RUSS AND BARB FRAZEE THANK YOU! We have served the community for the past 2 years, and at this time wish to thank each and every one for the wonderful support they have given us in the past. We hope you will find it convenient to support the new Johnson House in the Future. We are sure you will find our former employees ready, willing and able to serve you. JIM, ADA, AND THEO LOGAN

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