Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 16
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Married at Burt MR. AND MRS. Dennis Johnson arc pictured after (heir marriage Jan. 23 at the Burt Methodist church at which Kov. M. Davies officiated in a double ri.ng ceremony. Mrs. Johnson is the former Audrey Louise Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis, Burl. Mr. Johnson is tlic son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnson, Fremont, Neb. The bride was attended by her sister, Mnrlys Curtis, and the best man was Clifford Curtis, brother of the bride. A reception for 75 guests was held in the church parlors. They are living in Lincoln. Neb., where the groom is stationed with the air force. Photo by Glenn s Studio. Seneca group will sponsor a card party Seneca — Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club will have their annual card party Feb. 20, at the Lone Rock Legion hall, at 8 o'clock. Tickets are on sale by club members and may be purchased at the door for 50c. There will be prizes and GO TO FLORIDA Calvin Vaudl with his father, At daughter's wedding on Hawaiian Isle — Dr. and Mrs. M. 1. Liclilcr returned Friday from Hawaii where they attended the marriage of their daughter Lois to Lcroy Chang Jan. 30. The Lichtcrs drove to Omaha Jan. 25 and flew to Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 26 leaving the Omaha airport at 12:20. A delay of 25 minutes was because of a late plane from Chicago. They arrived in Honolulu Tuesday at 7 p.m. They flew at 31,000 ft. and 545 miles per hour. Jan. 29 they helped decorate the tent for the luau wedding reception with red ginger, birds of paradise and ti leaves. Women prepared salmon, tara, squid and other Hawaiian delicacies plus the pigs to be baked in the pit or imu. The Lichters toured Pearl Harbor with the James Heinens, former Algonans. Mrs. Heinen is the former Kathy McCarthy. They drove in the valley where the pineapple fields are and around the island and saw Hickam air force base, Wheeler A. F.B., Ft. De Iluss, Schotield Barracks and past Makaha Bay where the International surfing ken and Mr*. Minnie chef. Circles of imffliituei Lutheran church met Thursday. Dorcas Circle met at Alvift Hditoff's,.'ft* ther at the church, and Martha Circle at Mrs. Ella Brandt's. Mary Circle met in the evening with Velida Bruns. LoisiLichter married Burt — Lois Lee Lichter, and nor folk pine. The bride wore daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter, Burt, was married to Leroy Chang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mateo Chang, Kaneohe, contests arc held. They saw the, Oahu, Hawaii, Saturday, Jan. 30 Mormon Temple where the land-'at 11 a.m. at St. Ann's Catholic scaping is beautiful, full of c h u rch at Kanoehe. ": poinsectas in bloom. They drove ,. . , ,. , _ T : D around Diamond Head and saw 1 Maid of honor was Janet Ber ' Warning of a tidal wave was and roommate of . Best man given Feb b 3 but there "was no was Michael Chang, brother of uamage in Honolulu. There was A f t f , Altar flowers were calla lilies ler, son of the David Reslers, also attended the Hopkins-Len- severe flooding and damage on the other side of the island. A woman and her granddaughter Reiner, Minn., at the Bethany I were swept away. Lutheran church in Remer, An evening was spent with Minn., Saturday. Judith is a the Ronald Whites. Mrs. White granddaughter of the Walter her sister A nn 's wedding dress, that.Mrs. Jerry Carman wore. The reception was a Hawaiian luau at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Walter Holt, Kaneohe. A large tent was erected for 150 guests. The. couple went on a short honeymoon and are at home at 1537 S. Wilder Ave., Honolulu. The groom is a member of the Honolulu police force. The bride is a nurse at St. Francis hospital in Honolulu. ' ltllllll*n»!!fllll!l»i Letters.... To the Editor ifWllMIIIIIIIIIIIMIH Dear Editor: The Sisters of Mercy, St. Ann hospital, wish to express their appreciation to the County Supervisor and employees for the excellent job they did in keeping the snow removed from the drive-way and parking lots during last week's storm. Also thank you to the employees who worked extra in caring for the sick during the bad weather. Sister Mary Charles, R.S.M. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE OP IOWA IN AND FOM KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE'MATTER Uf INk ESTA1E OP PETER MERTZ, Deceosed. - PROBATE NO. 8655 NO IIGt Uf htARInto ON PROBATE OF WILL ro ALL WHOM i r MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 1st, day ot" March, 1965, at ten o'clock A.M. at Ine County i_ourt House in the City ot Algona in the above County anc State, hearing will be had for proof ol the instrument dated February 6, 1964 purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Peter Mertz, Deceased, at which I time and place said instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary. Alma cearson Clerk,'Said District Court Hutchison & Andreasen, Attorneys Algona, Iowa Publlsheu in Tne Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, February 18, 1964. THURSDAY, Ml* ti, IMS ALICE T. WERNtftt, Deteflsed. IN tH£ . You ire hereby hotlfied thdf on fhe 8th day of February, 1965, the lost will arid testament of th* above homed decedent, bearing date the 12th day of ring 956, Movembef, 1956, was admitted to f>robote ^fSS!SSK^^\fS^,J^m a (eiht ep^lledtian wim • tl* eoffimlMtert fof IfS BppVdvol 6f ,thS ffoftsfef 6f Liquid Tfdftipoft Carrier C«ftifltafe Nd. 10-34, which outfibflfcss operations ds S liquid transport carrier between all (Joints in the State of 'Iowa, the Commis'iidri has. fixed Tuesdoy, March 16. 1965,. fen (10:00) 6'clock p.m. at Its efflie in Des Moines, Iowa, as time and ploee for public hearing in the COMMISSION Waldo F. Wheeler. Chairman Frank B. Meohs, Commissioner : Befridfd J. Martin, Commissioner ATTEST: Joseph J. Wefesh, Secretary, IWV^M riSlil f I r Wf TTU4 WUII II | I W I \J LSI VUU1C '-» • ' •••* • • rw^ffrt »». ••—•—-••» _- ; |~ _ .', | in the above homed Court omMHot. the Dated at Des Malnes, Iowa, February 1, undersigned was appointed executor of sold estate. Notice Is given that all person* Indebted to said estate are requested to make' Immediate payment to trie undersigned; and creditors having claims against sold estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, at provided by law, duly outhentleoted/ fof allowance; and unless so filed within Six mortths from the second publication of. this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 15th day of February, 1945. Ignatius J. Wernert '" Executor of said Estate Pittsburgh'/ Pa.' ' " • Address ' McMahon & Cassel Attorney for Said Executor Algeria, Iowa • Address Date of second publication 25th day of February; 1965. Published in the Algona Kossuth nce, ATgp February 18 and 25,- 1965,. County Advance, ATgpna, ' Iowa, TO OMICIAL NOTICI •IFOR! TMI IOWA ITATI COMMtftCt COMMISSION THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH Docket No. DLC-244 . Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, , Algona> Iowa, Feb. 11 and 18, 1965. Take PROVO tab^ts when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACMES-FAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. . Hentbruch Drug • Algona Walter Vaudt, and brother-in- is the former Madonna Quinn, Stewards, Burt, a graduate of law Warren Wood Whiltpmnro A1 g° na > a |ld Mr - White is a Burt high school and of Minne- law, Wane Wood, Wniltemore, nephew o f Ray McWhorter, Burt. apolis Business college. She was and a brother, Eugene Vaudt, | They visited with Tom Q uinri) : emp ioyed at St. Joseph hospital Fenton, left Wednesday morning formerly of Bancroft, who works! in Jirainerd, Minn. Thomas Res- for Florida to bring the personal at the International airport in' ler is a graduate of Remer high effects and the family car lelt Honolulu. While eating at the school and is now in the navy on there following the sudden death Willows Feb. 8 Dr. and Mrs. the U.S.S. Columbus. They will of Mrs. Vaudt while she and her Julius Winkel, Algona, walked live in California. ' v husband were vacationing there, in. I ! .'..,.,' The men expect to spend a The Lichters left Honolulu' WED SATURDAY "" •" ",' couple of days there before Feb. 10 and visited an aunt and I Judith, daughter of. Mr. and starting on the return trip. Their cousin of Mrs Lichter in Los Mrs. Owen Hopkins, Fredricks- destmation was the Florida Keys. Angeles over night. They left burg, married Duane Lensing, Los Angeles Thursday at 11 a.m. New Hampton, at 10 a.m. Feb. and flew at 30,000 ft| at 623 mi, 13 at the St. Joseph Catholic ,.,_,......, had p er hour. church in New Hampton. A re? freshments. The public is in- husbands at party at Ted Jen-, < The storm closed the Omaha ception was held following the vited. Proceeds from the party sen's. Cards were played at five airport so they had to continue ceremony. The Duane Lensing! W1 !? .? l ° ward Paying wr club tables. Prizes were won by Fred O n to Chicago. The airline made will live on a farm near New »« T«.li n »...„««» I~)!~.l. JTI_. -. n • _ ..*-*. . . . _ _ _ . - W eddine" Saturday Mrs Set was *solo£t'at the Miller was soloist at the re- HUSBANDS ARE GUESTS Seneca Modern Mixers activities throughout the year. 4-H CLUB MEETS Seneca Progressive Farmers Johanncsen, Richard Bauer, Mrs. buses available to take them to Hampton. Mrs. Lensing will con- Jerry Wilberg, Mrs. Robert union station with the railroad tinue teaching 5th; and 6th grad- Burt, and Mrs. tiverett Witham. tram to take all air passengers es at Fredricksburg. • ' Hostesses included Mrs. Ted Jen- back to Des Moines and Omaha. ' TOUR TO DES MOINES met with Jo Ann Bernhard with sen, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs, | The trip took 14 hours bv the Parsons, co-hosts. They will Everett Witham, Mrs. John Jo- train and 50 minutes bv Sane I Guests of the Burt elevator have both a junior and a senior hannesen, Mrs. Henry Loott, They arrived ,T Omaha a tP 9:30 'took a bus trip to Des M^ ^ J^T* ^"rT and ^ M ' ^ Frida y and waited two Feb " 17 leavi ^ &t 6:3 ° ^ The y " 68 - They wil1 meet hours for -a cab to get to the air- stopped at Perry for breakfast. " 'h u £ H "' Fun Night Feb. 27, at the Bancroft public school at 7:30. Rodney Jensen and Tom Lynch were elected to a recreation committee to attend meetings at Al- home. 2 at the Alvin Cyphers por t to get their car. It was nearly impossible to drive in town, Mary Clare Bollig, 7, daughter of the Kenneth Bolligs, is wear but the highways were fine. They arrived home at 5 p.m. and learned that Mrs. Lichter's ing her left arm in a cast. She;father, W. D. Howie, had been party which will be held Feb.; 20. Lowell Mueller reported. The Larry Osborns and Shirley Osborn, Fairmont, were weekend guests of Mrs. Leona Osborn. . *-» — — „„_„. „.. v | j. U vti\*&, f» . M^ t 41WV *\*j uau is*^v;ti wans were broke her left wrist Wednesday taken to Mercy hospital in Ma- card afternoon when she fell off of son City Feb. 7, He is now back " the monkey bars at the Fenton , home, school where she is in the second grade. Mrs. Henry Brown, Esther- WED IN MINNESOTA They toured the Avon plant in Des Moines and visited the new office of Farmers grain dealers assoc., where a program was given. They had dinner at the Cloud Room at the Des Moines airport. The J. L. Millers went to Fredricksburg Friday and ' were guests at Owen Hopkin's to Sunday. They attended the wedding wedding. The Walter'- Campneys .were guests Feb. 14 of the Rev. Arthur Campneys in Arnolds Park for. the -6th, birthday of their son. Benjamin. Fidelis class will meet Feb. 24 with hostesses Lurena Soderberg and Minerva Curtis. The program is by Gladys Hawcott. Ed Smith is a patient in Park hospital, Mason City, this week for a check-up. Cub Scout Awards made at Titonka > .., • -.-'•..• • •. " Titonka — Boy Scout week was observed in Titonka last week with window, displays in ral business, places.-The an- Blue. and Gold supper of Scout Pack 63 was held with and IN IN THE DISTRICT COURT Or THE STATE Or IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM CORNELIUS DEWEL, Deceased. PRObATE NO. 8650 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR WITH WILL ANNEXED. AND NOTICE TO CHEOIIURS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of February, 1965, the last will and testament of tne above named decedent, bearing date the 3rd day of March, 1956, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed administrator with will annexed ot said estate. (Notice is.given that ail 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 (un. less otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 15th day of February, 1963. Dean G. Parrott • Administrator. with will onnexed Algona, Iowa • Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said txecutor Algona, Iowa Aadress Dote of second publication 25th day-of February, 1965. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, February 18 and 25, 1965. Judith Kay, daughter of the Saturday of their niece, Judy ville, is visiting her daughter, Clifford Abbases, Crosslake, j Hopkins. the Charles Beavers. I Minn., married Thomas W. Res-1 The Clarke Millers, Titonka, DEAN'S IS CELEBRATING WITH A 20th Saturday, Feb. 20 marks the 20th anniversary of the day we opened our store in Algona back in 1945, And we are celebrating with a three-day Anniversary Sale in appreciation of the wonderful patronage you have given us. It is our way of saying "Thank You." Come in and see the big savings you can make. Friday Saturday & Monday. Feb. 19,20 & 22 20% OFF for this big sale THREE DAYS ONLY — FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY, FE&, 19 - 39 - • WATCHES • GIFTS • CHINA ALGONA, IOWA Guests were the Dale Lockwoods, Burt, and Richard Cosgroves. . Awards given at this meeting were Gary Bahling, Wolf badge, gold arrow; Kent Rode, silver arrow; . Doug Wubben, Lion badge,, gold arrow, 2 silver arrows; Doug Harms, Wolf badge; Kevin Ricks, silver arrow; Quentin Boyken, Lion badge, gold arrow, silver arrow; Mike Iverson, Bear badge; Gary Rike, silver arrow; Donavan Beenken, gold arrow, 2 silver arrows; Jerry Baade, gold arrow; Gary Krantz, Bear badge. The Chamber of Commerce members had their wives at a dinner at the cafe Wednesday evening. W.S.C.S. met Wednesday at Fellowship hall in Titonka church. Florence Reynolds led devotions, and the lesson was by Mrs. Mary Budlong. Hospitality hostess was Mrs. Eugene Rasmussen. Hostesses were Mrs. Leo Richter, Mr. Harvey Gra ham, Mrs. Minnie Larsen and Mrs, Wm. Speicher, V.F.W- Auxiliary met Monday evening at Mrs. C. Akkerman's with Mrs. M. 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