The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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AROUND ALGONA iiimiiitiiii^ BY RUTH SHffiRK MRS. DOfr Mitchell of Burt, president of the Kpssuth Heart unit, announced that a meeting for the Kossuth Heart Association members was held yesterday (Wed.) at 8 p.m. at the Colonial Motel here. BAPTIZED'AT St, Cecelia's Catholic church was Virginia Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanson. STUDENTS OF Garrigan School will present a dramatic- comedy play at the school, Oct. 30 and Nov. 1. Admission prices are $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. Curtain time is 8 p.m. RANDY HARMES, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Burton Harmes, writes at least once a week to his parents. In the army, he is stationed at Plei Ku base in Viet Nam. Willie Steinman is located in the same general area. MRS. CHARLES Patterson is celebrating her 80th birthday this week in Atlanta, Ga. WEEKEND GUEST of Judge and Mrs. G. W. StUlman was her sister, Mrs. Ralph Finkbine, Atlantic. MRS. H. W. Miller spent Monday at Owatonna, Minn., where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kuchenbecker. JOAN POST, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) from Sioux City to spend the weekend with her family. She is a student in nursing at St. Joseph's. Her guest will be a classmate, Lois Langel of Templeton. Mr. and Mrs. Post recently spent three days In Chicago where M:*. Post attended meetings. GUESTS OF MR. and Mrs. Joseph Bradley have been her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz of Long Beach, Cal. Victoria, student at Du- Chesne, and John, student at Crelghton, spent the weekend with their parents. RECENT GUEST of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Agena has been her aunt, Mrs. Marie Tennant of Hartley, who was joined here by Mrs. Agena's mother, Mrs. Dora Rohwer of Eagle Grove. Their daughter, Kay, is at Wooster School in Wooster, Ohio. JAMES NORR1S was called to Eldora because of the heart attack of a brother, Guy, 61, who is hospitalized there. MRS. A. J. Eason visited their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. James Potter at Nevada and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Oglancl at Inclianola. She also attended the state convention of teachers in Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. William Steele spent last Saturday and Sunday in Cedar Falls, where they visited their daughter, Sally, student at State College of Iowa. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet will go to Decorah to get their son, Bruce, and daughter, Sharon, tomorrow (Fri.). Both are students at Luther College and will have their mid-semester break. Bruce participated in the Luther-Wartburg meet last weekend, with Luther winning, 32-25. Bruce ran four miles in 21:24. His parents attended the meet. MRS. ALBERT FISH and her mother , Mrs. Wilma Kuhlman, attended the Jeanette Wichtendahl-Henry Smith wedding Sunday at Lotts Creek. The Smiths will be at home in Ft. Dodge. MR. AND MRS. George Harris were made grandparents for the first time when a son was born Oct. 16 at San Francisco, Calif., to their son Joel and wife. Joel is employed by Procter and Gamble Co. The infant has been named Brad John. MRS. JOHN SCHULZ has been hospitalized for treatment of arthritis. A daughter, Mrs. Ronald Bebb, has been here from Cedar Falls for several days. MRS. LENORE HILTZ has been K : ~. (I .):•/• MRS. CYRILLA SIFERT Has Been Appointed The New Manager Of Arnold's Beauty Salon Call Her Today For Your Next Appointment ARNOLD'S BEAUTY SALON 101 W. STATE 5-3127 Shrinks Hemorrhoids Way Without Surgery Stops Itch- Relieves Pain New York, N.Y. (Special) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing' ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain—without surgery, In case after case, while gently relieving pain, -actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing 1 statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem 1" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery ol a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H®. At all drug counters. visited by her nieces and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knott, Burlington, and Mr. and M-S. Robt, Brooks, Davenport. MR. AND MRS. Charles Tippnt and Brett were weekend guests of Mrs. Tippln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen. MR. AND MRS. Ted Ztttrltsch left Monday for Weir home at Detroit, Mich, after a visit here of several days with his mother and sister, Mrs. Mary Zittritsch and Annie, Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post, Mrs. Tracy Kelley and other relatives in the vicinity. They were also at Clear Lake to visit Mrs. Zitt- ritsch's brother-in-law and sister, M.r. and Mrs. Arlo Larson, former Algonans. CLAUDE NUGENT, former Algonan, who for many years lived at Spencer, had recent surgery at a Sioux City hospital. He is now back in Spencer and one day last week his brother, Wm. Nugent, Des Moines, and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe, went to see him. Mrs. Nugent remained here with her sister, Helen Dingley. WHEN MRS. KERMIT Burtis was here to visit relatives, her sister, Mrs. Paul James, returned to Waterloo with her. The following weekend Mr. James was accompanied by Mrs. Elsie Lindeman and joined Mrs. James and the three went to Davenport to visit tbe James' daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Makuuchi, and Mrs. Lindeman visited her sister, Mrs. Gladys Padeski. THE MODEL MEETING of Zeta Xi sorority was held on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lou Krull. Four new members were accepted for pledge training. They are Mesdames Jon Putnam, Gary Everist, Robert Bomgaars and Lynn Kueck. The Preferential Tea will be held on Sunday, Oct. 30, and the fall banquet date was set for Nov. 7. A sweater, which will be raffled at the bazaar on Dec. 3, Is being completed and tickets are being printed. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Jim Cowans on Nov. 14. MISS CORRINE SHIMEL attended the State Teacher's Convention in Des Moines from Thursday until Saturday and spent Sunday visiting friends In Mt. -Pleasant, returning home Sunday evening. ; ''*. VERLE ELMORE, Richard Dain and Larry Knoll spent Sunday and Monday in Red Wing, Minn. MR. AND MRS. James Andreasen are planning to attend the Viking - 49'ers football game in Minneapolis next weekend. MR. AND MRS. Terry McGuire, Jack and Molly, returned to Grinnell Monday afternoon where Mr. McGulre Is working. They will return home at the end of the week. MR. AND MRS. Jim Cowan and Jay spent last weekend at the Harold Cowan cottage at Lake Okoboji. MR. AND MRS. Robert Bomgaars went to Sioux Falls, S. D. last Saturday for the wedding of Mrs. Bomgaar's brother, Donald Lennlng. They returned home Sunday evening. PUBLIC AUCTION Fii,3TL FARM . 160 1»30 P.M. OiM Trffi tfttUISiS. li miles wes t of St. tfeoediot. Iowa from Algona 5 1 miles east on McGregor Hoed, 2 milea south, 3/4 mile west* 3 wiles south on Ssxton 3/4 mile west* DiS«ttmQN» JJWi, Section 24m Township % North, flange 28 West of ttie 5th* P.M., Kbssuth Bounty, Iowa, (Irvington Twp. ) SOIL* Olerion and Webster* Uood Drainage, excellent state of Production* Good Modern house» barn, hog house, corn crib, grain bin, good welly torch 1, 1967* Fall plowing now accomplished* Purchaser to pay /^4*73 per acre for discing end plowing* Down payment* 2QA of purchase price upon execution of usual real estate contract* Balance ^erch 1, 1?67, upon delivery of abstract showing mere acute Die title and warranty deed* Oletua tfest. ^esley, lowe •For furtoer infoi'i/ietion contact Cletus <Vest; end Cessel* attorneys , Algona, Jowti; i4nnen, lynch £traub, Algoiui, J 0 wej NaU Str&it* Algona, lowe, MR. AND M3& Robert Bomgaars will be moving this weekend from their home at 1426 E. Linden to 505 N. Main. DR. AND MRS. Louis Snyder attended Parent's Weekend last weekend at Grinnell College. Their son, Jchm is a freshman. DEMOCRATIC WOMEN of Kossuth county held a coffee Monday evening at the Moose Lodge honoring the local Democratic candidates. Featured speakers were Mancil Hurlburt, candidate for state repre- sentativp, and' Gordon Winkel, candidate for «<j§unty attorney. Mesdames Joseph Straub, Eldon Winkel and Rose Martin poured coffee. THE D. A. R. held its monthly luncheon at the Algona Hotel Tuesday afternoon. The guest speaker was Mrs. W. E. Walsh, state regent. MR. AND MRS. Frank Moulton and Mrs. Florence Bjustrom plan to spend the weekend at Mount Vernon, la. as a guest during Parent's Day at Cornell College where Sue Moulton Is a freshman. A NEIGHBORHOOD farewell dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diekman was held at Charlie's Supper Club recently. Those attending Included Mr. and Mrs. John Diekman, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Handel and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Diekman will be moving within the next few weeks to their new home south of town. MRS. FRANK SWED of Mason City was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knoll on Wednesday. Mrs. Swed is the sister of Mrs. Knoll. AMONG THOSE attending the Iowa-Northwestern football game in Iowa City last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore. MR. AND MRS. Steve George had as guests for the weekend, Mr. George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion George of Washington, la. LuVerne Juniors Ready Class Play For liov."'4 LUVERNE - The LuVerne Junior class play, "Aaron Slick from Punkin' Crick," a three-act rural comedy which was written in 1919, will be held on the stage of the LuVerne Community School Friday, Nov. 4. The cast includes Henry Schnakenberg as Aaron Slick, Coleen Johns as Mrs. Berry, Doug Nelson as Wilbur Merri- dew, Mary Hjelmeland as Sis Riggs, Jean Casey as Gladys May, Duane ' Will as Clarence Green and Rebecca Daley as the Girl in Red. Production personnel includes Mike Pergande, Leroy Hanson, Eugene Decker, Phyllis Blumer, Phyllis Block, Mike Stripling, Laurie Coyle and Bob Fett. Other dates of importance at tbe LuVerne school includes Wed., Oct. 26, Tanis Assembly Program, criminologistjThurs., Nov. 3, Junior Career Day at Lakota; and Mon., Nov. 7, parent-teacher conferences — no school. Creteo Churn* The regular 4-H meeting of the Cresco Chums was held Oct. 3 at 7:30 p. m. with Debbie Specht and Mary Margaret Zaugg hostesses. Entertaining the Farm Bureau and having a 4-H skating party were discussed. Demonstrations were given by Patty Besch, Mary Besch and Rhonda Peck. Talks were given by Mary Margaret Zaugg and Da wnWUdln. Special activity was lead by Susan Smith. New members are Mary Ann Erdman, Renee Roethler, Debbie Benson, Jean Patterson and Terri Wildin. Guests were Diane Hackbarth, Linda Lallier, Kathleen Cole, Mrs. Bob Buscher, Mrs. M. J. Erdman, Mrs. Ronald Sabln, Mrs. Les Wildin, Mrs. Marvin Hackbarth, Legal Notice Mrs. Dick Simpson, Mrs. Dick Lallier, Mrs. Lawrence Besch and Mrs. Bill Specht. Twelve New Cub Scouts Are Inducted The October Pack meeting was held at Bryant gym at 7:30 p. m. Oct. 18. The opening ceremony was given by Den 2 with the flag ceremony. Den 5 had the display of fire prevention posters and Jack-o-lanterns. Den 6 had the skit and closing was by Den 4. Cub Scouts are selling Christmas wreaths and holly again Uiis year. The following boys were inducted into Cub Scouts and received their Bobcat buttons: Danny Purcell, Thomas Detrick, Kevin Knoer, Eric Wiltgen, Danny Levy, Steven Smith, Michael Zumach, David Frideres, Paul Frideres, Donald MoGuire, David Thilges and Clinton Christian. Scott Dodds received his Bear badge, one gold and one silver thur«doy, October 27, 1964 Algona (la.) Upptr arrow; Warren Hauser received his Lion badge, one gold and two silver arrows; Owen Davies received his one gold and one silver under Bear badge; Ricky Buscher and Ricky Ringsdorf, gold arrows; and Randy Buscher, silver arrow. Ralph Elbert, flre chief, gave a talk on fire prevention. Hallow*«n Party Algona AOK 4-H Club held their annual Halloween party Saturday night at the shelter house at Call State Park from 7 to 10. Twenty-three girls were present* Four senior girls had charge of the program and refreshments. They were Judy Taphorn, Kathy LaUier, Mary McEvoy and Judy Gerber. FARM LOANS YES - We Have Money To Loon On Good Farms To Borrowers Who Can Qualify. SEELEY REALTY CO. (Over S & L) Office Phone 295-2350 Ret. 295-3174 295-2670 (78tfn) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9033 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Agnes J. Walker, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Agnes J. Walker, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 25th day of October, 1966, the last will and testament of Agnes J. Walker, deceased, bearing date of the 13th day of February, 1952, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Bernlce A. Walker was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further 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 1 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 25th day of October, 1966. Bernice A. Walker Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Winkel Si Winkel Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 1st day of November, 1966. (82 83) a B B B a » a a g »V5"aTB"5'8 London Fog any-weather coats ... treated London Fog coati . . . th« answer to «ny weather. Tailored in water repellent Call* hrc Cloth of blended 65% Dncron" polyester, 35% cotton ... treated with ZEPEL fabric fluoridizer to iniur* rain and itain repellency. 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