Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 1, 1965
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for bride-to-be at Whittemore wete Sunday gueitS It ineo. bietstedt's. The Martin ftleiths, Forest — A miscellan eoiis shower was given Marian Stdbba in the Legion hail Sun* day. Bingo was played, Door prize was won by Mrs. Ralph Gehgler. She will be married to Robert Russell, son of the W. J, Russels, in St. Patrick's Catholic church in Estherville, Jan. 30. HAS A STROKE Mrs. Ida Kuecker, former ..<i.,-... • fi*nd, and MM Wilcoxts, , And Mrs. Mary beder, Al gona, Wcfe Sunday guests at Liwrence Besch's. Jim Derner, Denver, Colo., spent the weeKend with his par' enw the C. A. iJerners. Saturday all Were guesta at G. C, Loe- bachs. the Edward Farrels left last week for California to visit reia- ttve*; The Leo A, Kinnetzes Sr., Em- metsbUrg, were Tuesoay visitors at their daughter, the ers. iviey- Whittemore resident, who hai been making her home at Gobi Samaritan rest home, Algona had a stroke Tuesday, Mrs. Kuecker is a sister of Mrs. Lydia Greinert and Erwin Siems. WED 41 YEARS The Wm. Fandels had their 48th wedding Sunday. The Rev. James Fandel, Lake City, the The Harold Zimmermans had as guests Monday lor Holly s birthday the feimer Ostwalds and Mrs,; Marguerite Heinncn. The Henry Laucks Sr. moved last Monday from the James b Geelan farm to a larm near west Bend. The Verne normartns will move to the Geelan larm. The Deb Ostwalds had a neighborly card party Thursday. Guests were the Altred beus, Elmer Ostwalds, Harold /.im- and Mrs. CarlErhstwon prizes. Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch had he Pinochle club Monday. Mrs. toe Priester and Mafy Lucy Loebach won prizes. Mrs. Frank Foley had the 7- up club Monday, The Leo Walters had the Pinochle club Monday, Leo Wai' ters, Mrs. Henry Mueller, John Marte, Mrs. Frank Foley, and Henry Mueller won prizes. The Harold McDonnells had Club IB Sunday. George Streit, Mrs, Elliott Waidscnmiut, Klmei Elbert, Mrs, Chas. G, Koiiascn and Elliott Wakischmidt won prizes. The Ferdinand Ostwalds had as Sunday guests lor birthdays of an aunt, Mrs. Alfreida Kiilion, Algona, Peggy Struecker and Nancy Kneciit, Mrs. Alireida Killion and Mrs. Alireida Schafer, Ex-Swea City man dies at Fairmont Louis RoalSon, 59, of mont, Minn., a ted Jan. 23 at tht Fairmont Community hospital oi cancer of the lung. He had been nospitaiizeu in * airmoht lor ten days. He was born Feb. 10, 1905, it Swea City and attended'school here. He was married Nov. 9, 1937, to Leona Berhow of Blue Earth, who survives him. He was in the produce bust' ness at Swea City until moving to Fairmont in 1941. In Fair- ^ mont he worked lor the Fair- Algona, the Willis StruecKers mont Cann i ng Co. and Stokely- and Wilbur KnechtS. ' van r.amn as ronlnr tnreman lot Ex-Fenton pastor dies Fenten — A former Fentbtt Methodist minister, Rev. J. T. (James Troupe) Snyder, died Jan. 21 at Methodist Manor in Storm Lake. Funeral services were held Jan. 23 at the Storm Lake Methodist church. Rev Snyder, in his early 70's, had been in ill health for several years. He served the Fenton church from 1930 to 1937 retir ing in 1958 after forty years in the ministry. He and his wife Sally, who survives, have madi their home in Methodist Mano for several years. He is also survived by two married children, a son Warren of Des Moines James Fanaei, LAKC uty, tne ,*•"•"•• ..•«-«».«.-, "•"""• -"•: Vic Youngwirths, Wesley, Floyd mefmans, Harold Opheims, wil x-, i___ _»j ««.. t!<ii nnn v.«^ n i terd Scntnelines. COD Laooes and Wilbur Knechts. The Norman Lanes were Sun* day guests at the parental Wm. Lane s and supper guests at her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Kol- lascn's. The Richard Kaschmitters, Le- Mars, were Sunday guests of Conlons, and Mrs. Eileen Fandel, Emmetsburg, the Francis , Fan- dels, Verne Bormanns and Elmer Steiers went to Stub's, Spencer, for Sunday dinner .after which all went to Floyd Coition's, Emmetsburg. f . ^^^^mmm .^ ^ ^ _ Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser spent a, few days last week at Bill Dearchs', Algona. ; Sunday visitors with Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser: were Joe Bisenius, Emmetsburg, the;Tony Waechters, Paul Dahlhausers and Ray Montags, WesjUBend. The Fun and Do Club had husbands Sunday at a dinner at the Johnson House. At 500 Bernard McDonnell, Mrs. Roscoe Mrs. Gertrude Koiiascn. and Mrs. Oorotny Rosentnai ana Mrs. Marguerite Heinncn. The Bill Talcotts, Worden, Mont.,' were weeKeno. guests 01 the tiarl Steiers. ,The Lerpy Elberts left for Arizona, Nevada and Caliiorma. They plan to be gone several weelts. ' Wm.' ^Meyei 1 Sr; was a patient in St. Aim, hospital ionoo and They wed- was taken to Luiner art hospital, Ft. Dodge Tuesday ' lor obser va- tioni Meyers ill had Ann hospital Tuesday. the surgery in St. Fuoss, Martin Ostwald and Mrs. Roland Ostwald won prizes. The Wm. Meyers III have purchased the Walter A. Meyers house in the southwest part of town. . : • • Mrs. Lydia Wichteridahl had the South Side club Tuesday. Mrs. Marie Schmeling, Mrs. Mathilda Greinert and Elda Baas won prizes. The Paul Meyers (Lois Gade) have a daughter born Jan, 23, 7 Ibs. 2 oz., named Dawn Marie. She has two sisters. Grandparents are the Martin Meyers, Qt- tosen, Edwin Gades, Whittemore. The G. C. Loebachs were Wednesday, guests of, j; their daughter, the, Larry;' Stoeckers, Pocahontas.'for Mrs: Loebtctt's birthday. ., . The Cyril Wagners had the East End Kids Friday. Bernard Bell, John Erpelding and Mary Loebach wort'/'prizes; <~% ~ if "X•'?? Scatter club met Sunday at Robert Walker's. The Jim Gee- lans, ! Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Garmon Adams, and Mrs. Leo Kollasch won prizes. The Garmon Adams- es were guests. Fun and Do club met with Mrs. Will Lauck. Alvina Schmei- ing was a guest. Prizesi were, won by Mrs. Ralph Walker; .Mrs. Wayne Gade and Mrs. Leonard Schultz. The February meeting will be at Mrs. Theo. Meierls.' Sunday guests at Harlan Leiri- inger's for birthday of Sci>tJ lieininger and Holly Zimmerman were the Earl Weavers, Humboldt, Harold Caldwells, Algona, Harold Zimmermans and Mrs Marguerite Heinrich. The Larry Twedts, Joe Besch es, ilawrence Kirches, ,: Chas Bormanns and H; R. Pettiti, 0ea Moines, left Sunday to attend farm grain dealers convention; The Robert Simons (Jean Pen ton) have a girl born Jan, 26, $ Ibs. Jl oz. They have six girls and one boy. The Floyd Conlons, Emmets burfe, visited recently at Verne Hermann's, Sunday guests at Harolc Baas's, West Bend, were the P W. Kollasches and Mrs. Kath leen Farrell, The Andy filberts were Sun day guests at W. O. filbert's. Wednesday visitors at Mrs, Elizabeth Loebach'* were the Henry Kaschmitters, Sheldon, Mrs. Ella Rockford, New Hampton, Mrs. A. S. filbert and Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch. Sunday guests at Wayne Bell's were Mrs. Lillian Bell and Ruth, and the Everette Siglers, J§c> son, Minn. • Last Tuesday visitors it Ceo* rge Baas's were Mrs. GenevieVe Weydert and Mrs. Jerry Wsy 4ert and children, Uverroore. The Tom WoWes, Algona, vis tted her parents, the Cha*. G Kollasches, for their wedding anniversary Sunday. • The George Baases visited the Norman Lanes for penny's birth day Thursday. The Chartes Sehultges had i 5QO party Saturday. Quests were the Larry Twedts, Jim Schult*§i Wm. faujstiehs, Jim Busehfr feids, fid Buspherfelds, Householders, Joe Ko parrel Moshers. Prices were won bf Parrel Mother, Mrs Wm Fguistich, kouis Householder and Mrs. Jim Buscherfeld, The Vic Paus, E4wm Grem erts and Joe Koilasches t&e Lewis areinerts for . Birthday club Tuesday lor Mrs. larlari Leininger. Mrs.' Harlan Leiiiinger, Mrs. Dennis Wehr ipanrt, and Mrs. Dorothy Rosen thal ; won prizes. Guests were Ars. Martin Potratz and Mrs riry twedt. v Mrs. C. A. Derner had the 'Sharks" diiib', Wednesday. Mrs Mrs. timer Ostwaid had the also attended the golden ding of the Joe Fabers. Mrs. Joe Wollner and Jean, Bancroft, were Monday guests 01 her parents the George Geng- ers. The Harold Rittergers, Indian- qla, were recent guests at Harold Haag's. All were guests Thursday at Louis Schumacner s, near Algona. ; Lyle Loebach, Simpson college, is; home for semester break. ; The Earl Ludwigs, Algona, and Norman Lanes were Friday vis uors at George Baas's. The Bill Ristaus, Eagle Grove were Sunday visitors with her parents the George Genglers. The.Wm. Fanoels, Altred Se mons and Mrs.. Em Hilbert, Al gona, visited Rev. Jim Fande at Lake City and Rev. Edward Fandel at Auburn last Wednes day. Weekend guests at Elmer El bert's Sr. were the Richard John oiia*a>» v*««" i.»»y»*«»^«»-«-^.. -.«— — t . /-vi.i_ Lewis Duffy, Mrs. Norman Lane, sons, Missouri Valley. Other 'an Camp as cooler foreman tor 7 years, retiring in 1964. Also surviving besides his wile, Lcona, are two children, Mrs. Walter Findall of Graet- inger and Larry, who is serving n the Marine corps at Pendie- on, Calif., and three grandchildren, two brothers anu two sis- ers, Merton Koalson of Fairmont, Elmer of Mapleton, Minn., Mrs. Florence Meyer of Fairmont, and Mrs. Arvid Peterson of Minneapolis, Minn. 7," Two Bancroft youths enlist 'Bancroft — Kenneth iNurre, son of Mrs. Marjprie Nurre.jand Richard Schiltz, son of Mt.<.and Mrs. Marlin Schiltz, of Bancroft have enlisted in the U. FOrce and were sworn^, on jan. 25 at the air t?ase at,-£>ipux Falls, S. D. ;iy;''••':• They will be flown to "Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, for their basic training. The boys are both 1964 graduates of St. John's high school. and a daughter, Phyllis, Lincoln, Neb., and some grandchildren. Progress on new church at Swea City Swea City — Construction is progressing rapidly on the new Swea City Methodist church. The church is being built by Hersom Construction Co., Laurens, and is to be completed in early sum mer. The Sunday school and office wing of the building was shin gled last,week and work is now being done to get the walls up on the kitchen and social hall and sanctuari. Work continues even in adverts weather with the use Services at Hurt Friday (or oldtimer BuM — Caroline Dittmer Larsen, 84, died Jan. 26 at the Good Samaritan rest home in Algona of pneumonia. She had been ill several years. She was born March 27, 1881 at Colesburg. Her parents were John and Catherine Dittmer. She received her schooling in Coles burg. When 16 she came with her parents to Kossuth where she ived since. March 12, 1902 she married Charles Larscn, Burt. He died in 1937. They lived on a farm in Portland township un- 11 his death. She then made her iome with her daughter Beulah, Mrs. Glee Bullock, until Dec. 16, 1963, when she went to the Good Samaritan home in Algona. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Loretta Waltman, Burt, Mrs. Glee Bullock, Milton, and two grandsons Charles and Roger Bullock. There are brothers, Harold Dittmer, Iluntington Park, Calif., and Dr. Arthur Dittmer, Thornton; and six sisters Mrs. Ella Sigsbee, Buit, Mrs A meeting was held Friday at Van's Cafe, Algona, fof chalf; men in the 28 towfiships, Mrs. James Fries is chairman fof the town of Burt. Mrs. Art Person is chairman for Burt township. Mrs. Russell Parsons is chairman for Portland township. TEACHER FALLS Lura Scwick, who teaches in Forest City, had an accident Thursday. She had gone to the school house to do some book work. She fell down 11 steps in a dark hall way. X-rays at the hospital showed a cracked bone in her foot. She returned to work but could not wear a shoe. ATTEND FUNERAL The Dale Lockwoods and Arnold Clarks, Spencer, attended Lhe funeral for Herbert Hoffman, Jan. 26 at the Lutheran church in Rcnwick. He died Jan. 22. SUPPER A SUCCESS There was a good attendance ALGONA (low.) ADVANCI-S MONDAY/ Ml. VIM* Sunday guests were the Ken Poeppes, Emmetsburg, Jerome Foreys, Spencer, and Elmer J. Elbert Jr., Sioux City. of plastic tents in which the men work with heat. Many of. the men of the congregation have helped with the work to speed the project along. The old church was destroyed by fire April 2, 1964, Mary Hobson, Clarion, Mrs. Ear Ringsdorf, Eugene, Ore. She was a lifelong member of the Presbyterian church and honorary member of U.P.W. at Burt. Funeral services were Friday at the Burt Presbyterian church with Rev. Bruce Calbreath officiating. BUrial was in Burt cemetery. Pallbears were Webb Stewart, Roscoe Stewart, Robert Harms, Earl Shipler, Jacob Meyer and Richard Lavrenz. HEART MEETING Mrs. Donald Mitchell is chairman in Kossuth for the heart campaign for funds in February. at the soup supper served by the Young Adult Club Wednesday at Burt Methodist church in spite of the zero weather. The Henry Johannsens, Algona, stayed at Glenn Teeter's farm while they were in Des Moines at a grain dealers convention. They were also guest: at M. L. Dutton's. The Jim Schencks were guests Sunday at Ray McWhorter's. Mrs. Delmar Angus went by bus Tuesday to Cedar Rapids to visit her daughter Georgia, th David Christensens. They .hav a daughter Nancy Jo born Dec 5. Mrs. Angus will return Sa turday. Guests Tuesday at Mrs. E. A Junkermeier's were the Wm Bargers, Swea City. Ladies Aid will meet Feb. at St. John's Lutheran church Hostesses are Malihda Meye Clara Reynolds, Marlene Wolt Market basket, Luella Schaden dorf, Roseanh Giffofd, Aflene Schneider. The Gary Schichtls have A 6 Ib. 2 at. son born Jan. 20, at the Britt hospital. Gary is the son of the late Florence Schichtl and teaches in Britt high school. The Wm. Giddlngs and Mrs. Ray Devine attended the Scout round table meeting in Algofta Tuesday. Mr. Giddings was an instructor. Mrs. Giddings and Mrs. Devine are Dett Mothers for the Burt Cub Scouts. Guests Tuesday at Mrs. Art Leason's were Mabel Leason and friend, Algona. The S. R. Parsons were in Fairmont, Wednesday and visit- d Mrs. Bob Harvey at the hos- ital where she has been a pa- ent a month. She is improving. Judith and Janet Mitchell will pend the weekend at home dur- ng the semester break. Keith nd the Norman Mitchells, Des koines, will also be home Sunday for a birthday dinner for Donald Mitchell. 100 — Dr. E. J. Cole of Woodbine celebrated his 100th birthday Jan. 24 there. A family reunion of 15 members was held LO help him celebrate. Legal Notices Oliver Malhton Irt* BARM SALE decided to quit farming,,) will sell the following described property on t 2 miles north and 4 mile»'e.»t of West Bend, or 4 miles 'south «nd 31.-mile* sell the following described property on the Whittemore; or 2 miles west, 6 miles south and 4Vi miles west of Junction 169 north of Algona. „,, ....'.....,,.,.'....•,.,.. .. •' . • •- ...v...... -.-,.*i • . IN THt DISTRICT COURT or THI STATI or IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of WILLIAM CORNELIUS DEWEL, Deceased, PROBATE NO. 8650 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on trie 28th day of January, 1965, at ten o'clock A.M. at the County Court House in the City' of Algona in the above County and State, hearing will be had for proof of the instrument dated March 3, 1956, purporting to be the Lost Will and' lesta- ment of William Cornelius. Dewel. Deceased, at which time and place said instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary. • Alma Pearson Clerk, Said" District 'Court Hutchison & Andreasen, Attorneys' Algona, Iowa Publlshea in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1, 1965. ' ' ' ttWS^Eft^^ Foster's A SALE TIME — 12:30 UTHOF LUNCH WAGON FARMH»CHIHERY 1966 ftllli Chalmers W.D. 45 Overhauled last spring, wide front end, wheel weight*, pulley, heat houser and high prewure Hyd. Cylinder. • • • •• FORD TRACTOR 8N — A-l shape, completely overhauled a year ago. Good tire*, pulley and chains. FORD 7-ft. rear MOWER, 3 years old. WINDROWER for Mower. Oliver TANDEM DIS.C, 13-ft. sealed bear, ingc, It-in. blades. Like new. jehn Deere 490 CORN PLANTER, late inedel, real good. Windpow.r ROTARY HOE, 4-row. , Lindsay'4 section HARROW with folding draw bar. Oliver Spring Tooth HARROW, 13Va ft. New Idea 6-A CORNPICKER, rear eleva- cV«e Tractor MANURE SPREADER. John Deer* No. 44 2-16 PLOW with new ityle bottoms, on rubber, GeM PTO 10-in. HAMMERMILU, with auger and crusher head, on rubber. John Deere 15 ft. DISC. , ; Little Giant 38 ft. ELEVATOR, Speed Jack John Deere Drive an HOIST.. New Idee tide delivery RAKE. McDeering Endgate SEEDER. 4-row A. C. CULTIVATOR with rubber gauge wheel*. . • >row CULTIVATOR for W. D. 1958 No. 66 A. C. COMBINE with pickup and straw spreader, PTO. Stan Hoist LOADER for W. D. 45, 2 years old. Like new. AUCTIONEER^ NOTE — Machinery has been in shed and is clean and real sharp. 2 — New Idea rubber tired WAGONS. Oliver rubber tired WAGON, wide track. 2 — Wood flare Wagon BOXES. Steel FLARE BOX, like new, 2-in. wood floor. Bale RACK. 8 x U ft. 300 gal. gas barrel with hose, noiile and gauge on steel stand. Olson BALE FORK, Toil e wik CATTLE OILER. E n d In -Ftedtrt I — I Ft. Feed Bunks II Ft, Feed Bunk 14 Ft, Hay arid Grain Feeder, on skid* t Pride of the Farm, 10-gal, Hog Wittr*rs I lite. Heat Units for Hff Wa»»r«r* I Fridf tf tht Farm 10-bu, Hog Feedert i Round ctment Hog Trtvfhi $tffI Tank, 6-ft. with Hff Wittrtr 4 SfffI 4-ft, Hog Trough! Electric Breodtr Stovt CNcktn Feeder* and Wtttrtri lOMf HQUSiHOLD ITEMS 2 — Brooder House*, 8 x 12 ft,, wired Breeder House, I x 16 ft, Hog House, 4-pen, 12 x 16 ft, Hog House ( 3-pen, 8 x 18 ft. Feed House, 8 x 10 ft. 350 BALES HAY, •nd Clover in b*rn ISO BALES STRAW * Miiotllaiittii - 7 — 50 ft. rolls of Slat Cribbing, nearly new 24 — Sections of 2<Ft. Steel Tunnel* Boards for crib floors Som,e Planks 50 reds of 26-in, Woven Wire 20 reds ef 48-in. Chicken Wirt 300 rod* of Elec. Fence Wire Elee, Fencer end Insulator* 220-ft, PUttic Pipe Vise Woven Wire Stretcher Hand Corn Shelter Electric Meter Sickle Sharpener 20-gaK Stone Jar, teg Chain*, SheveU, Ferki §nd ether •rticlt*. TERMS: Cash, No Property To Be Removed Until Settled For. Net refpensible for Accents, should tny occyr. Oliver Mathson QVINN i YUNQEBiRG, Auction 8 «r» IOWA STATE BANK, AJgona, Clerk Just 7 Day We must vacate our annex building on Feb. 10th. So we have just a few days left to clear the store. Everything must go! ave Up To 50% on Furniture -AT- FOSTER FURNITURE ANNEX - FIRST DOOR WEST OF FOSTER FURNITURE -

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