The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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P. E. 0. MET The P. E. 0. society met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Jack Chrischilles. - o- W. S. C. S. CIRCLES ^ Circles of the Methodist W, S. C. S. will meet Thursday at 1:30 p. m. as follows: Sept., Mrs. Clarence Morrall; Oct., Mrs. E. H, Pittman; Nov., Mrs. Lester Johnson; Dec., Mrs. Lawrence Miller; Jan., at 2:00 with Mrs. Wesley Bartlett; Feb., Mrs. Dean Taylor; Mar., at 1:45 with Mrs. George Wolf; Apr., Mrs. J. A. Reid; May, Mrs. Ralph Donovan; June #1 - 8 p. m., Mrs. •James Modrell; June #2 - at 8 i.~f>. m., Mrs. Lu Snyder. '.' - o - £ DOUBLE BIRTHDAY ',:. Mrs.' Robert Boeckholt gave >\ a party Saturday afternoon honor,' ing the birthdays of her son Brent i;;and daughter Brenda, five and £ four, respectively. Fifteen •"•' guests were present, Games :.; were played and refreshments ;' served, - o - > TERRY MOORE, 5 | The fifth birthday of Terry ;,•, Moore was celebrated Nov. 9 £ at the home of his grandpar- io ents, Mr. -and Mrs. August I Schmidt. Relatives were guests, * Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, | Nancy and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. frj Eldon Moore, Terry's brothers % Steve and Jim and the Schmidt's ;;' son and daughter, Lynn and Linda. 4 '' - o - OPEN HOUSE Open house is to be held Nov. 20 from 2 to 5 p. m. at the Methodist parsonage. Everyone is invited to see the renovation that has been completed. At 1:30 that day, Rev. Noland will conduct the worship service at the Good Samaritan Home. - o- WED 70 YEARS to the Good Samaritan Homes Wednesday. They sang anumber of popular songs as well as a few of the favorite and well- known hymns. The girls were Bea Kay Marshall, Lark Whittemore, Debbie Huber, Sarah Huber and Kristy Kent. DAVID COWAN, a student at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn, will spend his Thanksgiving weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan will have as guests Thanksgiving, B. M. Bakken and Mrs. TheresaSpong* berg. SGT. 1/C AND MRS. Robert Waldera arrived Tuesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera and with his brother, Dick and family. Sgt. Waldera is stationed at Ft. Monmouth, N. J. where he is an instructor. REV. NOLAND, Vic Parsons, Dr. John Schutter, Rex Taylor, Mrs. Webb Fowler and Mrs. Roy Hutzell attended a Methodist sub-district missions meeting at Emmetsburg Sunday. MRS. C. N. ROBINSON and Mildred spent the weekend at Spring Valley, Minn, with the former's daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller. Mr. Miller has had surgery for the removal of a cataract and will have the other eye operated soon. He is in a hospital at Rochester, only 25 miles from Spring Valley, so Mrs. Miller drives back and forth daily. Mrs. Robinson and Mildred visited him Sunday at the hospital. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger, Sr. are spending a few days at Belvedere, HI. with their son Robert and wife. RUSSELL, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Slevin, has not been well the past week and Tuesday had a complete examination. His joints have been giving him trouble and at present it is thought a tonsillectomy will be necessary. The seventieth wedding anni- MR. AND MRS. Leo Mergen had as supper guests Tuesday | versatj^'pf ,Mr. and Mrs7julius . Mr. and Mrs. AdolpH LOschV § Knopf ^was^bserved^ov.l^rat 1 ^ Chicago, -and-Mr.'and Mrs 7 . Mike) 1? Good Samaritan Home by the ;'; Pink Ladies. Members of the h family who called were Mrs. •* Maude Knopf, a daughter-in-law, j- Mason City, and Sunday their <;• son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. | George Knopf, came from Clear •••• Lake. Their daughter, Mrs. Mergen, Bloomington, Wise. MR. AND MRS. Murray Mowers left Tuesday for New York and will be gone a week while the former attends a convention. Henry Zwiefel is a frequent caller and was here on the anniversary date. SHOWER HONOREE Virgeau Bierstedt, who will become the bride of Darwin Leek Nov. 26 at Trinity Lutheran church here, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Nov. 5, with about 130 in attendance. A short program was presented, with Lucille Gade as emcee. Mary Hannover gave the bride's history, and Delores Bierstedt and Luanna Leek gave a skit. Miss Gade closed with a prayer and cards were played while the bride-to-be opened her gifts. Mrs. Robert Mayer and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt won high prizes, with Mrs. Theodore Meyer winning door prize. Hostesses were Mesdames Andy Hermanson, Jim Bierstedt, William Hannover, Rudy Hannover, Art Gade, Don Erickson, Ranney Leek, William Leek, Vern Leek, Richard Frambach, Gene Faulstich, James Baker, Benny Berkland, Francis Sullivan, Tom Vipond, Ed Kain, Harold Wehr- spann, Gene Brandow, JohnRuger and Kenneth Bellinger and Luana Leek. MRS. JOHN HELMERS }s improving, but is still hospitalized at Brainerd, Minn, where she was taken sick while visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson. It was only a short time ago she retired after several years of work at the Good Samaritan Home and took an apartment. JACK LONG was here Friday and Saturday on some business matters. He called on a few friends. , MRS. MILTON DAHL was visited over the, .weekend by her grandson, Bob Pratt, a student at the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, He is doing prac* tlce teaching ty Ft. Ppdge. While here he;';.; did.: some pheasant , hunting. ' ; ! MRS. VAUGHN RISING brought j a group of her vocal students MR. AND MRS. John Sires were dinner pests Sunday at Spencer of Mrs. Sires' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hanson, Armstrong. The birthday of Mrs. Sires was being observed. HOSPITAL NEWS "THE OOSP6L ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW" _ AT THE ALGQNA STARTING SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8 - Admitted: William Robinson, Jean Marie Taylor, Algona, medical. NOVEMBER 9 - Admitted: Prances Cink, Aigona, medical; Lawrence P. Christy, Des Moines, medical; dismissed: Augusta Beit?., Algona; Douglas Harms, Burt. NOVEMBER 10 - Dismissed: Lawrence P. Christy, Des Moines; William Robinson, Jean Marie Taylor, Algona, NOVEMBER 11 - Admitted: Ralph Elbert, Francis Froeh- llch, Algona, medical; dismissed : Louise Murphy, Algona, Mae Quinn, Lone Rock. NOVEMBER 12- Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schneider, Bancroft, girl, 6 Ibs., 5 1/2 oz. NOVEMBER 13 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 10 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Berta Ciucyk, Krista Ciucyk, Susie Ciucyk, Wernor Ciucyk, Roland CiucyK, Ft. Dodge, accident; Dale Oscar Nelson, Otho, accident; Louis Dudding, Mrs. Jacqueline Kelly, Algona, medical. NOVEMBER 14 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Wiltgen, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 9 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Steven George, Algona, boy, 6 Ibs., 5 3/4 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Mary Kain, Thomas Eischen, Roy Adams, Joan Tripp, Patricia Dougherty, Rose Harms, Algona, medical; Mrs. Roberta Miller, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Cora Fleming, Whittemore, medical; Rosemary Schiltz, Bode, surgery; dismissed: Dale Nelson, Otho; Baby Russell Rusch, Whittemore. Fenton Forward 4-H Elects FENTON - The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club met last Monday evening at the home of Sandra Seegebarth. New officers for the coming year were installed. The are - president - Rita Luedtke, vice-president -Sandra Seegebarth, Secretary - Marlys Wichtendahl, .treasurer - Debra Blerle, historian - Evelyn Bierstedt and reporter - Karen Jentz. The scene of "The Last Supper" as depicted in Pier Paolo Pasoliiii's "THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW," the Walter Reade-Sterling award winning presentation released by Continental will open at the Algona theatre on Sunday. The election board consisted of Louis Huber, Clarence Schutjer and Jennie Rode as judges, and Ernest Hansen and MarySchroe- der as clerks. Charles Beed entered his Packard town car in the National Custom Auto Show in Des Moines, and won a trophy for "Best in Class." Others attending the show from here were John Hamilton and Russel Krominga. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Huber had their great - grandson, Mark Johnson of Austin, Minn, visit in their home a few days last week. Mrs. Gertie Isebrand is a patient at the rest home in Britt. Good Hope Lutheran circles meet this week with Jeannie and Shirley circles at the church Thursday, Nov. W, 1966 Algeria (to.) Upper DM Tuesday evening, Florence circle at the George Roberts home Wednesday, Bea and Jeannette circles Wednesday p.m. at the church and Janan circle that evening at the church. Treat Post Tops Building a fence? Be sure ttK apply preservative to the top of fence posts, soaking it into thf end grain until the wood is sat* urated. Then paint or stain if desired. AT THE ALGONA THEATRE SATURDAY KIDDIES MATINEE NOV. 19-1:30 P.M. TARZAN and The LOST SAFARI PLUS 4 CARTOONS SUN. - MON. - TUES. - WED. NOVEMBER 20-21-22-23 ALGONA Two new members were accepted into the Club; they are Vickl Dreyer and Donna Baxter. Jean Pompe gave a talk on "What a Flag means to me". Special Services FENTON - Thanksgiving services will be held by area churches on Wednesday evening, November 23 and Thursday morning, November 24. The Fenton Methodist Church will hold it services at 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday evening. St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville will hold its services at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday morning. St. John's Lutheran Church at Fenton will have their services at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday morning also. St. John's Lutheran Church at Depew will hold its services on Wednesday evening at 8:00 p.m. move clock _9 J>JLP _ THURSDAY thru SATURDAY complete program begins: 7:00 p.m. "Johnny Reno" - 7:06p.m. "Lord Love A Duck" - 8:25p.m. SATURDAY KIDDIES MAT- TINEE - complete program begins - 1:30 p.m. "Johnny Reno" - 2:10 p.m. SUNDAY - complete program begins: 2:00 - 4:54 - 7:48 p.m. "The Gospel According to St. Matthew - 2:39 - 5:33 -8:27p.m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- complete program begins: 7:30 p.m. "The Gospel According to St. Matthew'' - 8:00 p.m. MRS. EVALYN McDOUGALL came Sunday from Mason City having heard of the accident in which Russell was severely injured and died a few hours later. The Cooks and McDougalls were close friends. CHERYL, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk, a student at Drake University, Des Moines, will spend her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents and will bring with her Jane Bauman, her roommate from Pennsylvania. QARY, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk, a student at Drake University, Des Moines, spent the weekend at Omaha, Nebr. with an instructor and other art students, looking over the commercial art field. MRS. VERONICA ROETHLER and her son Harold and wife of Livermore, went to Charles City Nov. 12 to attend the wedding of a nephew, Joe Roethler, and Mary Smith. MR. AND MRS. Paul Seeley will have as Thanksgiving weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen, Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Don Sherman will have as guests Thanskgiving the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boughton, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sherman and children of Des Moines, who will come the twenty-third and remain over the holiday. DR. AND MR3, John Schutter are being visited for an indefinite time by the former's mother, Mrs. Minnie Schutter, West Bend. MRS. DELBERT MOORE came from Sioux Falls, S. D, where she had been with her husband since lie was taken to Sioux Valley hospital after the car accident in which he suffered severe back injuries, tfc is now able to have soft foods but the paralysis in his leg* hag not improved. Marie Moore and Mr. and Mrs, August Schmidt have been there to see him and plan to return Sunday, taking the wife with them. Mrs. Schmidt is his mother. I WISH TO EXPRESS MY THANKS AND APPRECIATION FOR THE SUPPORT GIVEN ME IN THE GENERAL ELECTION. CLARA WALKER HELD OVER 1 ENDS SATURDAY Winner^ of 8 Academy Awards including Best Picture. EVENINGS AT 7i30 P.M. FRIDAY MATINEE AT 2 P.M. Welcome And Good Luck to JIM WALKER owner of Courtesy Cab Co, PHONE 295-2603 FOR CAB of Algona - Lewis Merkle - Ronald Peck Veterans Day Program At Titonka School TITONKA-Aprogram In observance of Veterans Day was held in the school auditorium, Friday Rev. Gerstmann gave the Invocation and Supt. Geo. Roberts presented a talk honoring the veterans of all wars. A poem, "Respect For The Flag,' was read by Mrs. Sadie Denton. - o Titonka Women's Club held their annual Guest night dinner Thursday evening. The theme used for the program was Know Your Candidates. Carl Killsholm gave a talk. THANKS! I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNI TY TO OFFER A SINCERE THANKS TO ALL WHO VOTED FOR ME IN THE RECENT ELECTION. YOUR SUPPORT WAS APPRECIATED. ROSELLA VOIGT KOSSUTH COUNTY TREASURER "AMONG THE GREAT MOVIES OF ALL TIME, REGARDLESS OF SUBJECT!" — Life Magazine "The Impact Is of such magnitude that It raises Pasollnl's movie Into the realm off greatness!" — Prtlbyttriin Lilt AWARDED BRAND PRIZE INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC FILM OFFICE. "H crescendo off excitement and Involvement! I recommend It!" —Crowlher, N. V. Times "Direct, provocative and eloquent, noble and touching... the film is as violent as history itself!" — Time Magazine WALTER READE-STERI.1NG presents thecjospei tost Matthew- ADMISSION: ADULTS - $1.25 - CHILDREN - 50c GROUP SALES: 25 OR MORE"' - ADULTS - $1.00 - CHILDREN - 35c PUBLIC AUCTION For the purpose of settling with the Otto Wichtendahl Heirs will offer for sale to the highest bidder on December 8, 1966, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. at the farm the following described real estate: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The Southeast Fractional Quarter (SE Fr. VA) of Section Three (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. LOCATION: Seven miles west and five and one-half miles north of Algona, Iowa. Six and one-half miles north and three miles east of Whittemore, Iowa. Three and one-half miles South and three miles east of Fenton, Iowa. Located on blacktop road. SOIL: Webster Silty Clay and Clarion Loam. Good drainage — good state of cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS: Nine-room house, block barn 36 x 68 x 15, hog house (block) 26 x 68, block garage 18x20x8, block chicken house 20x36x6, machine shed 24 x 40 x 8, block silo 14 x 30, crib and granary 24 x 30 x 8. POSSESSION: March 1, 1967. TERMS: Twenty per cent of purchase price upon execution of customary contract on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1967, upon Delivery of deed and abstract showing merchantable title. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. AUCTIONEER: Lloyd Berkland For further information see McMahon and Cassil, attorney!, Algona, Iowa, or Kenneth Bellinger, Fenton, Iowa. \ .*? '•**

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