Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 4
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4—AL66NA (Sewa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 7, rws .. * * Whittemore group makes tour by bus Whittemore — There were 41 on a bus (our Wednesday 1.o Grinnell. Tliey inspected ' the | plant at Dcnison. had dinner at j the Red Lantern, and heard j speeches by Ihe plant manager, hog buyers and public relation manger. The bus. sponsored by the Whittemorc Coon elevator, left Wbitlemore at 8:30 find returned that evening. All else was furnished by Farm Best. Inc. Arends plan 50th Anniversary ,.»••• ,«;-•''• 'f The Rev. Ervin Vandts. llnrt- ford, S. D. Ruth Broat/.. Winona, and Lmra Brontz. M^on City, scent the holidays at 01"a Broat/.'s. Olea Rront?, and daughter Ruth were Inst Wednesday guests at Wm. Dan's Sr.. Aleona. Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke had her children and families as New Years guests. Present were the Walter Bierstcdts, LuVcrnc, Hugo Berninghauses. Maurice Thompsons, Norbert Bierslcdts, John Bierslcdt and Nancy Stray- cr, Algona, the Leonard Hansons, Irvington, Ervin Ruhnkcs, Fenton, Fred Ruhnkes, Ft. Dodge, Bill Hanovers Jr., and Earl Steiers. Mrs. John Erpelding had the Grandmother's club Monday. Mrs. John Eroelding, Mrs. Ben Hanseri and Mrs. Henry Mueller won prizes. The Elmer Elbcrts had Club 18 Sunday. Elliott Waldschmidt, Mrs. George Streit. George Streit. Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt, and Chas. G. Kollasch won prizes. The Frank Foleys had the Pinochle club Sunday. Frank Foley, Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch, Wm. Fandel, Mrs. John Marte, and Mrs. Wm. Fandel won prizes. The Herb Zumachs had their Pinochle club New Year's Eve. Lorenz Gade, Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Hugo Meyer and Mrs. Lorenz Gade won prizes. The Art Elberts had their 500 club Sunday. Verne Bormann, Mrs. Francis Illg and the Verne Hermanns won prizes. E and K club met Sunday at W. 0. Elbert's. The Garmon Adams had their card club Sunday. Albert Kramer, Mrs. Norman Lane, Norman Lane, Mrs, Carl Ernst, and Mrs. Albert Kramer won prizes. The Alfred Meyers had their card club New Year's Eve. Lester Baas, Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Wm. Meyer II, and Mrs, Wm. Ostwald won prizes. The Dick Leus, Sioux City, spent a few days last week with her parents, the Ed Maahses. The Ed Maahses and Wilferd Schmelings, with the Dick Leus, Sioux City, were New Years guests at Ralph Sebers', Albert Lea, Minn. The Paul and Leonard were Sunday Meyer's. Laucks, Rodman, Meyers, Algona, visitors at Ernst OPEN'HOUSE for the 50th wedding of the Peter W. Arends, Algona, will be held at the K of C hall, 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday. Hosts will be the children, Richard, W.hittemore. Duane, Algona, and .-Melvin, Irvingtonj families. Tliey were married at St. Cecelia's Jan 12, 1915.'They request no gifts. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Annie Lelst and" at. Fred pen's Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Bratland and the Miiief Wergelands, Hardy, went to Kenneth, Minn., to visit the Hans Gangsteads, on their BOth wedding open house, Mew Years. Mrs. Gatigstad is a sister of Mrs, Bratland. They left here Thursday and returned SatUfday. Karen Kinseth was 8 Sunday and guests at her .parents, the Richard Kinseths,' we're the Mount 0. Kinseths, Algona, and Oliver Kinseths. The Olvin Hangs were evening guests. eS and ftiMfeifteft available. Coming the greatest distance we«i the Barrell Dotsons, Mo- llflfi, llli, Fred (VerWnPetersen) Johnsons, Burlington, .Donald WHbetgs, LIdyd Wilberg §hd Bob Butter fields, Minneapolis, Raymond Andersons, ManKato, Eugene ' Cantlons, Schtlyier, Neb., Lyle Osborn, shenandoah, Neil Osbor ns'i CharJes City; Bob Fishes, Granville' attd the Wil- kensonsV Des.Moihes.' The Robert Crouches, Ida Grove, spent Monday to Thurs pedahls, DeVere Olvin Haugs. The Arnold Bratlands, Humboldt, were New Years guests at Earl Long's. Their daughter Kathy returned with them.. The Ernest Habegers, West Bend, and Margaret Holt were New Year's guests at Melvin Ellingson's. > I The Mike Frohlings were New Years puests at John H. Tapper's, Karnrar. e-ucsts at Ernest Zaugg's, West Bend. The Vic Daus and Duane Dans, Portland, Ore., were last Wednesday guests of Mrs. Art Zinnell. West Rend. The W. 0. Elberts spent last weekend in DCS Moines with relatives. The Frank Jergens, West Bend, and Mrs. W. F. Dau were Sunday visitors at Vic Dau's. The Vic Daus took their son, Duane and family, to Perry Saturday to take a train home to Portland, Ore. Kim .Kirschner accompanied them to Perry where her parents, the Richard Kirschners, DCS Moines, came for her. Teresa Duffy returned last Wednesday from Corpus Christ! and San Antonio, Texas, and Mexico, where she spent 17 days sight-seeing. New Years guests at Milford Elbert's were the Ralph Weis- brods and Mrs. Blanche Huskamp, Fenton, and Mrs. Elizabeth Elbert.. The Frank Brckas and her mother, Mrs. Rose Brcka, Garner, were Sunday guests of the John Erpeldihgs. The Carl Ernsts were Sunday guests at Charles Thilges's, Livermore, for the"baptism of Deanna Kay Thilges. Sponsors were Carol Ernst and Harlan Thilges. The John Erpeldings, Pat Baumanns, and Arnold Kbllas- ches attended the wedding of Ray Brcka and. Marjorie Becker in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley last Wednesday. The James Deans, Waterloo, were weekend guests at Roscoe Fuoss's. The women are sisters. The Art Vaudts, Liver more, were New- Years guests at Arnold Cade's. guests Sundav in Graettinger at Mrs. Margaret Andre's. The Harold Winkels were Saturday guests at the John Men- kc's, Bancroft. Barbara Grcinert, Des Moines, was a weekend guest of her parents; the Edwin Greinerts. The Edwin Greinerts were Sunday guests of her parents, the George Meyers. Alan Zumach. son of the I-farb Zumachs, left Sunday for Min- neanolis to attend the university of Minnesota. Jerrv Walker, employed in Carroll, spent a holiday vacation with his parents, the Robert Walkers. The Ben Hansens and Lorenz Vigdals wefe New Years guests of the Ronald Hansens, Algona. The Btirdette Johannsens, Spencer, were Sunday guests at Mrs. Theo. Kcene's." The Louis Lickteies, Wesley, and Mrs. Theresa Berger and children were Sundav guests at Ed Kenyon's for Tommy Berger's 8th birthday. New Year guests at C. R. Kollasch's were the Clarence Bor- manns and Mrs. Irene Bormann, St. Joe, and the Louis Kollasch- es and Clem Kollasches. Sr. M. Delores, Sioux City, Patricia Shelton, Spencer, and Susan Neppel, Esthorville, were Thursday guests at C. R. Kollasch's. They were enroute to Sioux City from Madison, Wis. The Francis Kollasches and P. W. Kollasches and Bob Kol- lasches of Algona, were Sunday guests at Bobby Kollasch's, Mason City, for Bobby's birthday. George Geelan, Ruthven, was a New Year guest at James B. Geelan's. The Chas. P. Elberts had their son baptized, Douglas Michael, Mrs. Ed Maahs and Evonne, Mrs. Maynard Roeber and Janice, Mrs. Wilferd Schmeling, Mrs. Gordon Struecker, Mrs. Willis Struecker, Mrs. Walter Struecker, Mrs. Erwin Struecker, Mrs. Martin Potratz, Mrs. Herb Potratz, and Mrs. Olga Broatz attended a post-nuptial shower JoriMrs. Dale Struecker at the Lutheran church in Ft. Dodge Sunday. Dale and Linda Pedersen were married Dec. 12. The Jack Uhlenhakes, Lee Summit, Mo., were New Years guests of Mrs. hake. The Garmon Bertha Uhlen- Adams' were New Years .Eve guests at Har-j Sunday in St.' Michael's Catholic old Zimmerman's were the El-1 church. Sponsors were Charlotte mer Ostwalds, Harold Opheims, Deb Ostwalds, Wilferd Schmel- ings, Mrs. Dorothy Rosenthal and Mrs. Marguerite Heinrich. The Harold Winkels and Dr. T. J. Lansings attended a Menke gathering in Bancroft last Sun- New Years Eve guests at Clarence Yoch's, West Bend. Linda Meyer and Rosalie Hyink, who attend La James Beauty school in Mason City, were New Years weekend guests at home. The Ernest Meyers, Hugo Meyers and Wm. Meyer Sr. were Sunday guests at Henry Lauck's Sr. Mrs. Elmo Barber, Bode, was a weekend guest of her daughter, the Wm. Meyers II. The Wilbur Roebers, Maynard Boebers, Mrs. Wm. Roeber, the Melvin Roebers, Emma and August Roeber were New Year guests at Lester Baas's, West Bend. Otto and Andy Elbert and Rosa Schumacher, with Mildred Fuchsen, Pocahontas, and Mrs. Bert Fuchsen, West Bend, went to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit a cousin, Dora Hoffman, at a rest home. John Waldschmidt returned to Cormelite college at Ontario, Canada, New Years after two weeks with his parents, the Elliott Waldschmidts. The Tony Waechters, West Bend, and her mother, Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, and Mrs. Jane AJig were Sunday guests at Bill Dearchs's, Algona. The Vic Daus, Mrs. W. F. Dm, and the Dujne Paus, Portland, Ore., were New Years day. The Harold Zimmermans were guests Sunday at Harlan Leininger's, Lotts Creek. Mike Mulligan, Bancroft, spent his Christmas vacation with Mrs. Bertha Uhlenhake. The Elliott Waldschmidts attended a Waldschmidt gathering Sunday at James Waldschmidt's, Armstrong. Mrs. Nick Thilges was a New Years guest at Kenneth Krause's, Fenton. The George Winkels were and Mike Elbert. Guests were Mrs. A. S. Elbert and the Dean Elberts, Rubert Youngs, and great grandpa Oliver Young, Algona, and the Melvin A. Elberts. The Joe Beschcs visited last Monday in Nora Springs at Jim and Jerry Montag's. The Quentin Bjustroms, Burt, Raymond Walkers, Algona, and Cecil Bjustroms were Sunday guests at Francis Bjustrom's. The Herman Fandels, Manson, were guests Sunday at Wm. Fandel's. The Peter Arends, parents of Dick Arend, are having their golden wedding Jan. 10 in the KC hall Algona with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Baas's were the Jerry Weyderts, Livermore, Paul Ludwigs and Norman Lanes. The Wayne Bells were over- guests New Years Eve at Bill Zimmerman's. Fort Dodge. The Omar Kunkers, Britt. and Elda Baas were Sunday visitors at George Baas's. Mrs. Lucy Besch and' the Joe Besches went to West Bend Sun- dav. guests at Mrs. Joe Montag's. ReV. Russell Bleich, Ossian; spent a few days last week at Lawrence Besch's. The Tom Rockfords. Chicago, and Mrs. Ella Rockford, New Hampton, visited here last Wednesday. Mrs. Mana Schevallaid spent Sunday in West Bend with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Jones. The Arnold Ketlesons and Lawrence Dorweilers, West Ttend, were visitors Sunday at Elmer Anliker's. New Years guests at Bill Bauer's were the R. C. Bauers and John Bauers, WesleyV and Ralnh Bauers. Mrs, Lillian Bell and Ruth, Jackson, Minn., were Sunday guests at Wayne Bell's. Sunday visitors at Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach's were tftte Art Kohlhaases, _West Bend, Joe H. Loebachs, and the M. W. Kol- lasches and Mrs. Emma Knecht. Mrs. Eida Simonson, theJLouis Paulsons and Mrs. Marv^Weib- ble, Rolfe, went to Betmond Sunday to visit the Fred, Vest- webers. Vincent Elbert entered St] Ann hospital Friday as a^'medical patient. He was released Saturday. H. W. Schultz was released from St. Ann hospital Saturday where he was a medical patient a few days. Paul Urich is under observation in the hospital at Emmetsburg. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher The iConrad John'sons moved Wednesday into the home former in Ottosen Merle Holt which they have purchased. They had lived in the tenant house on the Donald Larson farm where Mr. Johnson is employed, Mrs. Johnson is a kindergarten teacher at Ottosen and Livermore. The Alvin Mclntoshes and The Roger Madsens and Chester Almes were Tuesday visitors at Jesse Blanchard's, Lone Rock. Other members of the Blanchard family were also guests. Graduates of old Seneca school meet Seneca — Though nothing remains of the Seneca high school building but debris, vivid memories' of school days were re-' lived at a first alumni banquet Dec. 26. for all 'Seneca graduates at the Fenton gvmnasium. There were 165 graduates and husbands or wives present. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr., the former Lavonne Bailey, presided. Door prizes went to Mrs. Wayne Nyman, Bancroft. Mrs. Ravmond Anderson, the former Helen Sauriders, Mankato, and Mrs. Joan Kennedy Wilkenson, Des Moines. Two vocal duets were by June Anderson and Pat Irmiter, with Jeanene Teeter, all of Armstrong, as accomoanist. Musical selections were by three members of "the Sheldon Merrill Jr., family. Colored .movies taken at the Pella tulip festival were shown by Clarence Gardner of Boone. Members were registered and recognized for all vears. There were none present for the years 1922, 1923, 1924, 1936 and 1957. The Seneca school had graduated 340 from 1921 through 1957. Of these 20 are dead. The school was closed in 1957 and reorganized with Fenton and Lone Rock schools and now is called the Sentral school. Mrs. Virgil Smith, the former Janet Steig, Humboldt, a one time principal of the school, was present as was Mrs. Francis Slagle, Emmetsburg, wife of the late Francis Slagle, a former superintendent. They voted to hold another reunion in two years. Names on the committe for the next reunion are: Donald Johnson, Dr. Jerry Crouch, Mrs. Virgil (Mar jorie Simpson) Preston, Mrs. Marian (Marjorie Moore) Tish Mrs. John (Jean Looft) Halstrom, and Ted Jensen. The committee which planned the first reunion was Mrs. Bob Binzen (Loretta Crowley), chairman, with Mrs. Bob Lynch (Florence Conway), assistant chair- New Years Eve guests at Knut day at the parental Earl Oppedahl's were the Oscar Op- Crouch's. They had as guests at Newtons, and a belated Christmas dinner Monday the .Bob Crouches and'Dr. Jerry Crouches, Armstrong. The Earl Crouches Were Christmas j guests at Edward Wil' son's, Storm;Lake. Alsb present were the;.BOb Crouches. The Wilsons are Mrs. Bob Crouches parents. Brian Looft had his second birthday Monday and guests at David Lobft's were the grand- parerits, the Glen Hoopes. Truman. Sunday, and the Henry Loofts Monday/ Mrs. Leona Osborn and Shirley were Sunday guests at Morgan Tennyson's Jr., Truman, for the 2nd birthday of Mike Tennyson, Mrs. Osborn's grandson. They took Shirley Osborn back to Manakto Business College. Nancy Hanover married at a Dec. 27 Lakota — Miss Nancy Han- )ver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Srnest Hanover of Lakota, and Michael J.'Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby, also of Lakota, were married Sunday, Dec. 27. ceremony the First tnaid 6f hftfior, Betty and Kay ttafio^f, sjstefi of the bridal couple, Were bridesmaids. Shautt RUby, Sister' 1 of the groom was flpWe*r gifl. Kim and Jay Ruby, bfdthers 1 ot the groom were candlelighters. ' Bill OWettS of Des Moihes was best man, gfooftismen, Jeffrey Hartovef, brother of the bride of Las Crucei, New Mexico, and Philip Thompsdn of' 'Lakota. Ushers Were Michael Diehl 6f Storm Lake and Jonathan Simmons of Webster City. s The reception was held in the church Fellowship hall. The couple will make their home in Des Moines where the bridegroom is employe^. ,Me is a graduate of Americah Institute of Business there. The bride has* been attending State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls where : she is a sophomore.' Ex-Ledyard man The double ring ^as performed at 'resbyterian church in Lakota by the Rev. John Reiners, pas- or, assisted by Rev. Max Goldman of Forest City. Miss Carol ienriksen was organist and accompanied the soloist Norman Tolsdorf of Armstrong. He sang Whither Thou Goest, I Will Go," and "The Lord's Prayer." .Kathleen Loftis of Armstrong New Years guests at George Jeri, Webster City, visited Mrs. man; Mrs. Howard Preston (Blanche Olsen); Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr., (Lavonne Bailey) Mrs. Wayne Lynch, (Donna Jean Foley); and Mrs Cecil Baldwin (Helen Nielsen), all of Seneca. The committee had also ar ranged to have old class pictur es on display also with all nam of . Rev Edw. ft. Maus officiated at the services. Burial, was in the Highland Home cemetery at Led yard/. ',''••;.•• '"'>•*?•* OoiriribiU $150 to yeith program ' .The IfltefjriatiohaUfcrm Youth Program is-$150.75 richer as 38 * of the Kosstith 4M clubs contributed frotri .thMf club treasury during the Wbfent ftal- ;x '••• ""'" 1 Funeral services* were held Wednesday at the Methodist church in Ledyard for James ;H. Welfare, former Ledyard resident and businessman.' Mr. Welfare, 81, died Sunday evening at the:Holy Family hospital in Estherville. : ' He was born Jan. 12, 1883, in Brooklyn-Kent County, England, and came to 'the United States at the age of nine. He attended the Bricelyn, Minn., and Ledyard school. On April 14,1909, he .was mar; ried to Edna Brown at the Methodist church in Bancroft. Mrs. Welfare passed away Pec; .21, 1958. The couple made their home in Ledyard for many years where Mr. Welfare 'owned 'a leather goods store for 38 years. After the marriage of 'their daughter, they moved to Ring sted where he operated a department store for six years. In 1951, he retired and the couple moved to Estherville to make their home. He is survived by his daughter Doris (Mrs. Eldon Bonnicksen) of Estherville, one grandson and a sister, Mrs. George Loofl , The exchange progtkm pro* yldes opportunities for young men and v^omen to experience tfig ' customs and traditions of countries other than thfcir own. this past yeaiy Mr'ind Mrs Cecil ThoresOn ftom,'Swea City hosted ah IKYE youth 'from India, Mr Kalyan Chrestan. Kalyan spent several weeks with the Thpfesons, T workliig with them on 'their farm .and participating in their various activities including attending many 4-H events. . The Extension Office congratulates those clubs who made the" contributions. . Anyone wishing additional in f ormatipn on the 1FY E '.program may contact the .Extension Office. in Algona. ' Legal Notices IN THE •< DISTMKf C««T Or TMI STATE Of. ; IOWA IN AND tOU KOIIUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER <-• ' V ";~/.' OFVHE ESTATE OF; •JOHN LIGHT, Deceased. - ' PROBATE. NO. 8606 NOTICE OF PROMT! OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND /NOTICE TO CMOITOM TO .ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN TH ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATt! •" > - You > are hereby notified that on the 21st day of December, 1964,-tne last wi and'testament:of the above named decedent, bearing date 'the 23rd day 6 June, 1959, was'admitted to probate i the above named;court nd. thot>;the undersigned ' was appointed executor of salt estate. ' • .•',.; Notice is given that oil persons indebted to said estate are requested to mak immediate payment to the undersignei and creditors having claims ..against sal< estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court,,as provic ed by ' law, duly authenticated, for a lowonce; and unless 1 so filed within si months - from • the second : publication this notice .(unless otherwise allowed paid): such claim shall. thereafter be fore- ever barred. Dated this 5th day of January, 1965. J. H. • Andreasen Executor of said Estate '• Algona, Iowa ' : Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said • Executor t Algona, Iowa .-•••••• \ Address ' Date of' second publication •', 14th day of January, 1965. 'Published in the Algona Kossutd County Advance, Algona, low'o Jan. 7 and -14, 1965. .'. Area Codes are part of the "telephone addYea** for ton§ Distance calls. They route your calls to the part of the country you are dialing. For example, to call Denver: Dial 1, which connects you to the Direct Distance Dialing network; dial the Colorado Area Code (303); then dial the telephone number you want to reach. Area Codes for many communities are listed in Uje front .pages 9f your telephone book Use Direct Distance Dialing ,,, U'§ You use an Area Code on all DPD calls except when the Area Code listed is the same as your own. (Your home region's Area Code is shown on tbe fron£ sever of your directory.) Northwestern Bell in Iowa HOME FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association State and 1 Harlan Streets, Algona, Iowa' 96th Semi-Annnal Statement of Condition at of Dec. 31J964 ASSETS First Mortgage Loans $18.523,329,56 Loans on Savings Accounts 21,444.54 Other Loans —___! 257,075,58 Properties Sold on Contract 36,322,32 Real Estate Owned and in Judgment 33,971.79 Investments and Securities 1,913,698,51 Cash on.Hand and in Banks 406,087,97 Ofice Building and Equipment — Net 174,431,59 Deferred Charges and Other Assess 3,090,91 $21,3*9,45275 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $19,126,833.76 Loans in Process __ 425,7H-13 Other Liabilities 215,992.82 Specific Beserves 76,955,07 General Reserves ___ _|1,379,M0^1 UnaUocated Reserves —___ 143,996.56 1,5_3,956.97 Member F. $. L. I, C. | Ftdtral Home Lo«o Current RaH of farningi 4% f er Y««r Compounded Semi-Annually C. M. 1. *W«ft: C. g. URorre, Presijtoc*, M. ). Mp«ws, Mark 8. Stoaton, Vice Pres. Imi Treos., Richard 4U Sfviiigf MCOIHI* lmmn.4 w to $10,900 -Vice IB Vice Pres. Rir^scjprf, 'v V " Published in th? - Kossuth County lowo, Januqry 7, ..19*5,

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