Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1965
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Monday Night League No, 1 W t 19 26 28 29 30 54 61 Algona Barbers 53 K of C 42 Cook's 44 N. Iowa Appl. 43 Champlin 42 Lindsay __18 Council Oak 11 High Team Series Algona 1 Barbers 2799 High Seriet Larry Pratt 568 High Game Larry Pratt 236 Monday Night League No. 2 W L 7-Up 52 20 Blue & White 52 20 Zender's 51 21 Hamm's No. 1 42V4 29Ms Gambles 37 35 Iowa State Bank 36V 2 35M> Falstaff 35 37 Cargil 35 37 Cook's Scrap Iron ___31 41 Budweiser 27 Meyer's Ins. 24 Squirt 9 High Team Serie* Blue & White 2896 High Series Bill Naylor 589 High Game Bill Naylor 211 Tuesday Night No. 1 45 48 63 W L 31 32 33 34 35 35 Reding Gravel ______ 41 Utt Electric _________ 40 Lindhorst Deputy _— 39 Buscher Bros. _______ 38 Northwestern Mut. __ 37 Larry's Rec. ________ 37 Pioneer. Hibred _____ -36 MJ 35'/ 2 Universal No. 1 ____ 35 37 Whittemore Lockers _35 37 Tall Paul's __________ 27 Ms 44'/ 2 High Team Series Reding Gravel _________ :__ 2866 High Series Dick Friders _____________ 597 High Game Loren Johnson ___________ 223 Tuesday Night No. 2 W L Blossom ins. ________ '_52Vfe 19V 2 Klein's Farm Supply _49 23 Hood's Super Valu ;._44V 2 27V 2 1st Luth. Church ___42 30 Weidenhoff ________ 37 35 filbert's Enco ______ 40'/a Sl'/a Algona Mun. Util. —36 36 Fisher Store ____________ 31 41 Mercury Outboard __29 43 Universal No. 2 _____ 25% 46'/ 2 Pine Room _________ 25 47 Lotts Creek Lockers ..20 52. High Team Series Pine Room ______________ 2945 High Series Mel'Fredericks _________ _ 584 . High Game Dave Youngwirth _________ 229 Wednesday Night No. 2 W L Fenton Elevator ___ ,55 17 Bode Elevator ______ 52 20 East End Grocery —48 24 Hoovers ____________ 44 28 Cunningham Cafe ___ 41 31 Borden's Dairy ______ 36 36 Hobarton Co-op __L__ 35 37 Bernie's Rec. ------- 32 40 Percival Motors _____ 29 43 N.F.O. _____________ 28 44 Elks Cleaners _______ 24 48 Bodes K & H ______ 8 64 High Team Series East End Grocery ________ 2946 High Series Hank Geilenfeld --------- 617 High Game Lutz Duerr ------- - -------- 238 Saturday Night Mixed Dbl, No. 1 W Meti Ray Sewick 186 High daffit Women JeH Briggs 222 Men Ray Sewick 186 Coffee Cup W L Eight Balls 42 14 Petticoats 34 22 Slack Cats __^ 30 26 joofers 27 29 Question Marks 27 29 Sharks 8 48 High Seriet Maybellc Geilenfeld 431 High Game Janice Barton 161 Grandmothers W L Twinco Beauty Salon ..33 15 Kirk's Shoe Store 30 18 harlie's Supper Club 22Vfe 25Vfe Modernistic Beauty __10'/2 37% High Team Series Twinco & Charlie's 1637 High Series Francis Wiese 527 High Game Francis Wiese 194 Alumni have 11th banquet at Lone Rock Lone Rock — The llth Lone Rock Alumni banquet was held Dec. 29 at the Burt school and was served by the Burt Band Mothers. There were 137 guests. Kenneth Thomsen, Creston, class of 1948, presided. Invocation was by Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Welcome was by Jesse Blanchard and the response by Dale Schroeder. Frances McDonald, Burt, freshman at Morningside College sang several solos. A quartet called, The New Night Owls, from Algona sang. A name of something was pinned on each guest and after the banquet every one walked around trying to find a mate to the slip they had. It so happened there were only three pairs of names \ alike but it really let the crowd get mixed up. Prizes were given to the couples who were Mrs. Joe Culbertson Jr., Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Wallace Hobson, Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Reinhold Person, Swea City, Mrs. Ewald Haack, Algona, and Mrs. Donald Nelson, Iowa City. Prizes were also given to the one who had the largest family, Lois Marlow Bristow, LuVerne, with 8 children. The most grandchildren prii.e went to the Delmar Anguses with 10. Coming the fartherest was VerdaBelle' Thomsen, Dallas, Tex., and the one who came the shortest distance were the Delmar Anguses. The Lone Rock school graduated 321 from 1925 to 195y. Of these 14 are dead. They include Ruth Tarbell, of 1925 class; Esther Godden Larson, 1927; Ver- dabelle Christenson Zwiefel and Russell Sharp, 1929; Everine Cherland, 1930; Gladys Nelson Soderquist, 1932; Verne Dacken, 1934; Robert Gladstone, 1937; Harold Hammerstrom, 1940; Richard Jensen, 1942; his brother Dale Jensen, 1943; Aldon Mitchell, 1944; Kenneth Fischer, 1948; Gary Marlow, 1957. A bouquet of 14 white carnations was on the head table in memory of them and a moment of silence was observed. All classes were represented except the class of 1928. These alumni banquets began in 1935 and were held every two years until 1941 when there was a lull and they began again in 1949 and changed to every 3 years. Presiding through the years have been Howard Blanchard, Robert Gladstone, Bernard Genrich, Arnold Reilly, Kenneth Thomsen, and Gordon Blanchard,, who served at 4 banquets. , Marina dot* th» 2oth day of April, 1962, wos admitted to probate In th« abov* rtam*rj court and that th6 undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notlc* Is 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 pro vided 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 4th day of January, 1965 Elisabeth Ann Lund Executor of said Estate Vincent, lows Address Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Attorney for said Executor Algono, Iowa Date of second publication Mth day of January, 1965. Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance. Algona, Iowa, Jan. 7 and H, 1965. Bancroft couple married Miss Marlene Lappe, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Lappe, Bancroft, became the bride of Thomas Lichliter, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Lichliter. also of Bancroft, Saturday Dec. 26, at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. The double ring ceremony was performed at ten o'clock by Msgr. J. H. Schultes. Mary Jane Lappe of Mason City, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Madonna Vogel of Burt was bridesmaid. Elmer Gollner, of Appleton, Wis., cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. Thomas Lappe, brother of the bride, was the groomsman. Ushers were Richard Simmons and Donald Lappe. Following the ceremony 200 la. Staf« Bank, Whold. Trust f. Agency, Pension Ricklefs-Geelon, Insurance City Clerk, Adv. Cosh ... . Directory service, Receipts .. Bohannon Ins., Premium NW Bell, Telephone ..." Cook's Welders, Supplies Algona Fire Dept., Services SANITATION Courtney, Salary .. . Leock, Salary lo. State Bank, Whold 103. 60 13.78 M.I2 3.39 13.50 365.30 20.70 29.25 247.00 92.87 176.17 13.30 NW Sell, Telephen* 12.§5 Bohannon Ins., Premium 6 57 N. Central Pub. Serv.,. Gas l«'24 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary M7.76 Lcmkee, Salary 214loO M. Sovre, Interest 7200 lo. Stale Bank, Whold. . " 2000 Bohannon Ins., Premium . . 271 61 NW Bell, Telephone 11 85 United Bldg., Supplies 23.0.1 MCREATION Bohonnon Ins., Premium 39.53 ALOONA (f«waj AOVANCI-4 tHUESOAY, JAN. 1, \H% "ftiit Mnvieif"^ Sec. State Bank, Intetesf 3t.6<5 lo. Store Bank, Interest ., 77.50 PAHHING MtfM Groen, Salary 269.32 Natiholt, Salary 9966 la. State Bonk, Whold. 33.50 Trust & Agertcy, Pension 2.28 Tref-0-Terlo, Tickets (31.39 COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met Dec. 30, 1964, with Mayor Finn and the following members present: Muckcy, Andrcasen, Elbert Cook, Peirce. Absent: Baldus. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Bids to supply the city with gasoline & riipsel oil for the year 1965 were open Gasoline bid was awarded lo Farm Service Co. and the dicsel oil bid was awarded to The American OH Co. Moved and seconded the mooting ad- lourn. P.. kl A. A Smith, City Clerk --- 112.50 --- 252.60 --- 118.78 --- 43.90 --- 59.00 ... 213.87 2.06 guests were entertained at a reception at the Legion Ballroom. Alter a two weeks honeymoon in the southern states the couple will make their home in Kansas City where Mr Lichliter will attend college. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school and Hamilton business college in Mason City. She has been employed as secretary for McMahon and Cassel, attorneys in Algona, since 1957. Mr LichJiter is also a graduate of St. John's high school where he was an outstanding baseball pitcher. He enlisted in the Air Force and served seven years, receiving his discharge in October. _. Hnn, Salary __________ . Smith. Salary ........... ----Sands, Salary ............. la. State Bank, Whold ...... Boekelman, Destroy Dogs ______ Bohannon, Ins., Premium _____ Oty Clerk, Adv. Cash ....... W. Finn, Expenses ....... _____ M. R. Rodman, Dues . K°£h Bros ..Supplies ..... -.Ill: NW Bell, telephone ________ STRUT "" Burtis, Salary ---------------- l-rombach, Salary ... ........ _. rtelmers, Salary _____ Uashbrook, Salary _____ Pergande, Salary .. ...... Prow, Salary . ....... ---Wibben, Salary ...... """I RUi^r B ? nk - w "°id. ":::::;:: Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance .. Algona Tree Service, Services .. Bohannon Ins., Premium ________ City Clerk, Adv. Cash ____ L. James, Sidewalk ______ N. Central Pub. Serv Gas NW Bell, Telephone ' "" ROAD USY'TAlf — - Blocknawk Ind. Products, Repairs . ........ _. Carson's, Paint Kimball Co., Supplies """"I" Sankey, Asphalt Sieg Co., Repairs 5 nn IJ3 4539 , 54 06 137.02 14072 20380 18820 57 ,9 13292 706 9000 23831 1300 18'45 S7 IA 12 75 ' 5 .OA 71* ' : United Boekelman,''Salary.. 71AIS Bulten, Salary ITA i Gerdes, Salary .1" u?'"M Hutchison, Salary. I I 7755 orgenson, Salary "II I8?'7A ?asmusscn, Salary " """ 2t 77 ilbert, Salary " lol - // /oigt, Salary tVilley, Salary Jesse Blanchard, chairman, Robert Hutchison, Mrs. Melvin Meyer, (Janet Krueger) and Melvin Meyer. Decorating committee was Mrs. Joe Culbertson Sr., (Ella Ewoldt) as chairman; Mrs. 1 A. A. Krueger (Fern Gladstone); Mrs. Clair Bellinger (Harriett Heiter) and Mrs. Kenneth Krause (Patti Person). -To be in charge of the next banquet in 1967 are Robert Schmidt, chairman; Joe Culbertson, Jr., Raymond Laabs, Mrs. Dave Lynch (Irene Whiti'ord), Mrs. W. R. D'Donnell (Gladys Bierstedt), and Mrs. Luverne Smith .(Judy Newbrough). Attending were the Victor Dreyers, Roger Longs, Duane Habegers, Fritz E. Newbroughs, Junior Hurlburts, Bernard Millers, Robert Hutchinsons, Merwyn Hurlburts, Robert Marlows, Paul. Bernhards, Willard Ohm. Verda Belle Thomsen, Dallas, Tex.; Raymond Bierles, Lakota; Eugene Blanchards, Omaha; Ronald: Christensons, Belgrade, Minn., Verne Batts, Estherville; Bernard Reillys, Ledyard; Milo Bonebrakes, Winnebago, Minn.; Wallace Hobsons, Kansas City, Mo,; John Cottons, Ft. Dodge; Gordon Blanchards, Mason City; Ralph Reidels, Ringsted, and Kenneth Thomsens, Creston. The W, R. O'Donnells, Joe H. Culbertsons Sr., Clair Bellingers, Ervin Wetzels, Dale Schroeders, Jess Blanchards, and A. A. Krue- gers, from this area. Legal Notices Chrome Cafe 51 Vi 20V4 The commjttee was composed of Mrs. Paul Bernhard (Ersel Bierle), chairman; Mrs. Sylves- 31 32 Ricklefs-Geelan 48 North Iowa Appl. 41 Viking Oil 40 Bjustrom 39 33 Druggist Mutual 35Va 36>A Taylor Motor 32Va 39V 2 Algona Barbers 32 40 Consolidated Milk 31 41 Hiland Chips 29^ 42% M & D Auto 27 45 Herb's Produce 26 46 High T««rn Stri«» Biustroms 2265 High Stritt Women Charlotte Baldwin 513 Men Jim Kelley 600 High Q*mt Women Nancy Sands 198 Men Bill Naylor 247 Itagu* Np. 1 W L Colony Inn 48 24 Directory Service 46 26 Fairville 44 28 Algona Plumbing 37 35 Diagonal Grocery 36 36 Algona Lanes 32V<! 39% Standard Oil 27% 44% Coca Cola 17 54 High Tttrn Striti Algona Plumbing 2222 High itriti Women Jen Briggs 509 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSIE McEVOY, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8611 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of December, 1964, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 7th day of August, 1958, was admitted lo probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment lo 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 28th day of December, 1964 D. C. Hutchison Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Exoculor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 7th day of January, 1965. Published in tho Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa 31 ' 1964 and Jan - 7 service.,. from modern You depend on electricity many times a day-and it takes a. lot of modern equipment ... to keep electricity at your fingertips. ; Wire, transformers, poles, meters—and hundreds of other itemsj including modern automatic devices to keep power on the lines. It takes trained, experienced men and women, too, to handle the complex operations of a modern electric system, to keep electricity at your command- so you can live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities Plymouth Valiant: $2004 Valiant 100 2-dr. sedan IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA M. PERGANDE, Deceased PROBATE NO. 8616 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 4th day of January, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named ter Brace, (Charlene Bath); Mrs. Dennis Priebe, (Patsy Marlow); Clarence Kraft, Roger Long and Jim Marlow. The program committee was . - «f$S\ •'<->:' rt' \ 1AM TUU MINNEAPOLIS? 800 ROOMS WIIH * VIEW i 80 LUXURIOUS SUIIES INCLUDING 15 PENTHOUSES WIIH PAHOS i SIX DINING AND WINING ROOMS • FREE PARKING • PLANNING > sjlei meetrnj or coiwinlmnV Our 30' Meeting and inhibition loomi tccomniodilt op M 6.000 for mecli"|s-A,t>00 for binqutu. JHOIEL LFVdlNGIO I MINMAPOUS 1, I NAME. ' F.IRM- DYNDBJK Don't Fence Yourself In • . , when you get a loan on land! you need,,, get a Lan4 Bank Joan, Tne long term and reasonable interest keep payments low, so yp u h«vt more money for other needs! 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Valiant's also the lowest-priced car made in America with this 5-year/50,000-mile engine and drive train warranty; Ckrytltr Corporation confidently warrants all of the following vital parts of its 1965 c»rs for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, during which time any such pirts thlt provi defective In material and workmanship will be replaced or repaired it I Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business without chirfe for such parts or labor: engine block, head and internal parts, inteke minifold, water pump, transmission case and internal parts (excepting •enu«l clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle Mid dllffrentitl and rear wheel bearings. Required maintenance: The following ra»inteninc« services are required under the warranty change engine oil eve'/ 1 mbnthi or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first: replace oil filler every second oil ch»n|», clean carburetor air filler every 6 months and replace it every 2 years; and every 6 months furnish evidence of this required service to a Clr '»r Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer and request him to certify receipt of such evidence and your car's mileage. Simple enough for such important ptotec.iun. *Pnce based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Pm-e loi lowest pntrrt Valiant 100 2-dr sedan, exclusive of deMmalmn rh.vep; s'a'p an ri '•• j| FUMOUTHDrviSK)N K' U*es, if jny, whitewalli, wheel covers, and olher optional RnuipmuU. E| THE ROARING FURY BELVEDERI VALIANT BARRACUDA KEN'S AUTO SERVICE, 1023 North Main SI,

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