The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 18
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Auxiliary At Bancroft Has New Officers BANCROFT - The Bancroft Legion Auxiliary met Sept. 20 with installation of officers following a pot luck supper. Officers installed included: President, Mrs. Ed Goche; Vice President, Mrs. Dan McGee; Secretary, Mrs.i M. F. Dudding; Treasurer, Mrs. Homer Wolf; Historian, Mrs. Ben Lampe; Sargeant-at-Arms, Mrs. Mary Lleurance; Chaplain, Mrs. Mary Stauder. Committee chlarmen were also named as follows: poppy chairmen, Mrs. Stanley Hatlestad and Mrs. George Mogensen; membership, Mrs. Dick Underkofler and Mrs. Joe Wollner; welfare, Mrs. Joe Crowley, rehabilitation, Mrs. George Rahe, Civil Defense, Mrs. Joe Eich and Helen Cogley; courtesy, Mrs. Fernanda Von Bank. Cards were played, with Mrs. George Rahe winning high and Mrs. George Mogenson, low. Mrs. M. F. Dudding received the free year's membership. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Don Schiltz and family of Estherville were dinner guests at the Don Degen home Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mathwig of Austin, Minn, visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Fernanda Von Bank, Sept. 17 - 18. Mr. and Mrs. William Kennedy and family spent a recent weekend visiting relatives in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Welp returned home Sept. 18 after a 6-week tour of Europe. Mr. and Mrs. William Doocy celebrated the first birthday of their daughter Laurie Sept. 18. Afternoon guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Doocy and Mike, Mrs. Helen Doocy and Helen Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ditsworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ingalls and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bernhard, all of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nemmers and family of Spencer and Mrs. Pat Ellis and girls of Northwood. Dinner guests at the Clarence Nemmers home Sept. 18 included, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nemmers and family of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nemmers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Nemmers and Clarence Ackerson, all of Bancroft. The dinner was held in honor of John Nemmers, who is enjoying a 2-week leave from his duties with the Naval Air Force before going to Sicily. All the Nemmers children were together with the exception of David, who is serving with the armed forces in Viet Nam. Afternoon guests at the Nemmers home Included Mr. and Mrs. Gale Gordon of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nemmers of Des Moines and Kathey O'Donnell of Lone Rock. TuMdoy, Sept. 27, 1966 Algeria (la.) Upper DM Me4nw-7 innotrawuu "His Idea of living dangerously Is to par!his hair on the other side." Mrs, David Nolton and baby of Forest City visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Farrow. Donna Krayser, who is in nurses' training at St. Mary's in Rochester, was a recent weekend visitor at the parental Albln Kayser home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schiltz recently purchased the Andrew Fangman home which they have been renting for several years. Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer have purchased the acreage owned by Mr. and Mrs. George Diers. The Bauers plan to move into their new home by March 1, 1967 after some remodeling. Mrs. Martha Foth recently entered Holy Family hospital in Estherville for medical treatment. She was visited by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foth and family Sept. 18. Mrs. Donald Behnkenforf and Mrs. Don Amdorfer visited Mrs. Dora Johnson at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nemmers are having as visitors their daughters, Mrs. Paul Johnson and Lois, and Mrs. Gil Wiley and Gil Jr., all of Phoenix, Ariz. APPLE TREES Mrs. Malida Skiles, Clarinda, was pleased that of four of her apple seeds she planted in a pot of earth .two of them have grown to small trees. Her daughter, Mrs. Orville Swanson, will plant them outside next spring. The seedlings are 12 In. tall. OSTRICH RACES A feature at the Crawford Cbunty Fair this year was the running of ostrich races by local drivers at the fairgrounds near Klron. One of the pointers for driving ostriches is Instead of a bridle and reins you steer ostriches with a broom; to turn left you must shake the broom to the right. Marie Thill Is Graduated As Medjlcal Asst. attack. Mrs. Chester Alme went to Iowa City for a check-up Monday. Mr. Alme accompanied her. Mrs. Jesse Van Busklrk was honored at a farewell coffee Saturday at the H. D. Benson home. Thirty women attended to say goodbye. They are moving to Spencer. Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. Van Busklrk were given a farewell dinner at the Presbyterian church parlors. At both courtesies they were given best wishes and gifts. They have lived in Ottosen 36 years. He has retired as agent for the Rock Island Railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hel- llckson returned home Friday after a 24 day trip to California where they visited their two daughters, and families. Each has a new baby. The Hellick- sons were sponsors for their granddaughter, Michelle Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Perry, who was baptized at St. Olaf Lutheran church at Garden Grove. The Helllcksons also visited other relatives in California. Roy Telford celebrated abirth- day Sunday at the Le Roy Worby home. Guests at the pot luck dinner were the RoyTelfordsand the Dean Telford family. Weekend guests at the Edward Kemna home who came for the wedding of Carol Kemna and Jim Roupe at West Bend Saturday were Virginia Kemna of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemna of McGregor, Mrs. Rosetta Netz and Virginia of Long Lake/Minn, and Judy Goergen of Sioux City. Mrs. Millie Thomas of Ft. Dodge and Mrs. A, M. Por- ter of Boone came Monday to spend a few days at the Raymond Wehrspann home. Norris Larson of Devils Lake, No. Dak. visited at the Kermlt Fowler home from Tuesday until Saturday. He came to attend the Market Day Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and family were Sunday visitors at the Richard Kinseths for Byron Klnseth's eleventh birthday which was Saturday. Mrs. Ed Nessen, Mrs. Leslie Hoversteln, Mrs. Arnold Bratland and Mrs. Mike Frohllng, all elementary teachers here, attended a teachers conference at Cedar Falls Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lange and family of Ayrshire were Sunday supper guests at the Earl Long home. Mrs. Alma Nash of Alden, Minn, was a Wednesday visitor at the Mike Coyle home. Other afternoon guests were Mrs. Oil- anna Vlnaas and Mrs. Donald Larson. Mrs. Herbert Lange and Mrs. Everett McCoy of Sutherland visited the Earl Longs Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson were Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Kee home at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards and Margaret Holt were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem were Sunday supper guests at the Paul Watnem home at Klemme. Ed Granseth of Cedar Falls was a Sunday dinner guest of the Ivan Evensons. out-of-date? Switch to a modern electric laundry A modem washday o just & matter of dials and detergents . . . when you have an automatic electric washer and an electric clothes dryer. An electric laundry is the work-saving, modern way to end those wash-day blues. A modern electric laundry is another part of better living—electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities Die l, Corwith, la., was .among tu$ graduating class of Northwest Institute of Medical Technique, Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Thill, a 1965 graduate of Garrigan High School, is now employed by Dr. James Rogers Fox, M. D., Minneapolis. Among those attending the graduation exercises were Miss Thill's family, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Thill, Tim and Ramona, all of'th» ! Gp,cwtth, Mrs. Harold Thill 6| AiftiH§ui Mrs. Marcel Reding of Bode. NEIGHBORS AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY OTTOSEN By Mra. Donald Uiher iiiiHWiiJiiiwiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiraiiiiiiii Mrs. Roy Enockson was admitted to Lutheran hospital Friday nlghf flatter- suffering a heart UnHIIIIIIIIIIIIUMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIjlllllim Meet Chas. Lickteig «• Who knows what the future holds In store? Be sure you're ready for anything with a growing savings account at this association. Save with insured safety and earn liberal dividends, too. Your future will look twice as good ; with a savings account here. Our Country Neighbor this week is Charles Lickteig, 35, who with his brother, Don, and John Kissner farms about 640 acres nine miles northeast of Algona. Charles has been tenant on the present farm for the past three years, but has farmed for some time in the same area of Kossuth county. They raise corn, oats and beans and have some pasture land. They also raise purebred and crossbred Hampshire hogs and theirs are rated one of the top cutting herds in the nation. Charles is a lifelong resident of Kossuth county and Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig, Algona. , He doesn't have any hobbiesj- but considers attending livestock sales in the area as such. The partnership also raises a few cattle each year. Besides the brother, Don, Charles has another brother, Tim, who is in the service In New York; and three sisters, Sister Mary Joan, Dubuque, Joan (Mrs. Paul Elbert), LuVerne, and Mary Jane, Omaha. Mrs. Lickteig is the former Helen Glmzo of Radcllffe and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gimzo, still reside there. Charles and Helen met while she was teaching at Ft. Dodge and were married five years ago. They have three children, Regina, 4, Mary Ann, 3, and Gregory, 1. (UDM Polaroid Photo). I SPONSORED BY THESE AREA BUSINESSES IN THE INTEREST Of KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMING Joe Bradley Equipment «Mlh Hotel AlftM Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tlrt* Robinson Construction Company, pictured above east on U.S. 13 from Algona has successfully served this area in farm, commercial qnd residential construction since 1945, This building was built and designed by Bud to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing business. Robinson Construction Company, since its very beginning, has made every effort to do the best possible in workmanship and uses only the finest quality materials. The company takes pride in cooperating with the customer to see that the finished job is what he wants and expects. The quality of materials and expert workmanship done by this company can be seen in many of the finer homes in Algona. If you are planning to build, remodel or redecorate in me future, see Robinson Construction Company of Algona for the finest work that can be done. Here you will find friendly, efficient personnel cooperating with you in every way to see that you get no less than the best. Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International llarveiler Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Salei & 8«rvlco Phone SH-3M1 ALGONA Buscher Brothers ImpL Minneapolis MolJn* - KtHy-Rynn Now Idoa Farm Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account* Fully Iniurtd to $10,000 Save From The 15th — Earn Frora.TUe 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Ernie Williams John D*trt Form Machinery IOTH QUAUTY i SiRVICI Located e a 11 of Algona oo highway 18. s Irons Hooting ft Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumfclni . Httilai Git »i Oil Until Pump* CampUl* Flxlum Phonr ALGONA Upper Dei Molntt Publlihing Co* PRINTING AT IT'S If IT - WITH QUAU1Y AND ICONOMY

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