Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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Wife of former LuVerne pastor dies Saturday _ Word was received Sunday of the death Saturday of Mrs. David Lahg, in late 80s, at the Western Home in Cedar Falls, where she has liv ed several years. Funeral services were this Wednesday in the chapel of the home with burial there. Survivors include two sons and one daughter, Dr. Carl Lang, Stock Day. ton, Calif.; Wayne Lang, Wells Ville, N. Y.; and Mrs. Paul Far ley, wife of a minister in Illi nois. A son Vernon was killed in a bicycle accident. The late Rev. and Mrs. Lang came to serve the LuVerne E.U.B. church in 1930. Alter re- Lori,' tiring they made their home at Western Home, Cedar Falls The Rev. Lang died in 1950 They are well known to residents of LuVerne at that time W i u k e 6^ Lawrence HeifiieS, Wivefly; Mattift Jeft< sens. MankaioY Mittn.; aftd the Leonard Maddens, Armstrong. They all attended services in tne LuVerne ivietnodist cnurch. Mrs. Joe Madden transierred her membership here from Fenton church, Mrs. Madden will make her home here. Mother'* Day gut»t» df tht Albert Wilhelms were the Lew Hippens, Thor, the Loren .Wil helms, Boone, the Dennis Wilhelms, Beimond, Burms Wil* helms, Clarion, Roger Days, Hum bold t and the Milton Vvil helms, LuVerne. Mr*. M«ri« Shimon and two boys, Rolte, visited her parents the Milo Patterson, Mother's lh» Albert Schneiders were weekend guests of her sister the Elmer Richardsons, Slater They were met there by their son, the Harlan Schneiders Fort Wayne, Ind. The Harlan family is moving to Reno, Nev. and Wendy, 18 months, daughters of the Harlan Schneiders returned with their grandparents to LuVerne while the moving takes place. The Elmer Emerys, Fort AT CONVENTION Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mrs. Fay Harmon attended the convention of school food service assn. in Marshalltown Saturday. They are in charge of the hot lunch program of the LuVerne school. SOCIETY TO MEET The Memorial Society meeting May 13, will be at the Lu- Verne town hall. Hostesses are Mrs. Edward Ramus, Mrs. Eli Eager, Mrs. Amelia Hnselman. The Jess Jergensens were guests at a family Mother's Day dinner in Vincent at their daughter, the Charles Bastians. Mrs. Lena Hinz, Herbert and Frances, were Mother's Day guests of their daughter and sister, the Harley Rushers, Ban croft. Mother's Day guests of the John Vosses Jr., were the John Vosses Sr., Algona, and the Keith Vosses, LuVerne. The George Ketzenbergs, Avenel, N. J. flew in from New York to attend the reception Sunday for the 40th wedding of his sister, the Giiy'Giddings. The Henry Martys'. visited Sunday in Ames with their son, the Carroll Martys, and their daughter, the George Hargroves. Brenda 4, arid Lana 2, adopted Korean daughters of the Carroll Martys, have spent six .weeks wijh-, the HenpyJVIarr tys as Mrs. CarrolF Marty was &ill and hospitalized. Brenda remained in Ames but Lana returned for a longer visit here. Mrs. Elden A. Guess returned Friday from Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, where she was a surgical patient. Mrs. Jess Lindebak returned Saturday from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was a medical patient ten days. Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Mabel Thompson were sons, the Earl Thompsons, Mason City, the Lawrence Thompsons, Humboldt, daughters, Mrs. Nicholas Wolfe and children, Fort Dodge, and the Irvin Burgardts, Curlew. Mrs. Thompson received a phone call from her son, the Rev. Clarence Thompson, Seattle, Wash. He told of the earthquake in which he was involved. He is all right. Mother's Day guests of the James Mallorys, and her mother Mrs. Joe Madden were their sister and daughter the Howard Dodge, took her aunt Mrs. Charles" Hinz to Fairmont Mother's Day. An annual event Mrs. Hinz was given a smorgasbord dinner in the Redwood Drive Inn of her niece Mrs. Louie Werner. They called on a niece the Leo Elosenbergs, Fairmont. Enroute they visited the Fred Lenzes, sister of Mrs. Hinz, Blue Earth. The Genard Townes, Manson, visited her parents the Earl Neals, Mother's Day. The Ralph Stolls were Mother's Day guests of their son, the Dennis Stolls, Eagle Grove. The birthday of Mrs. Ralph Stoll May 9 was observed. The William Goetsches spent the weekend with the Carl Lakota girl married eran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a medical patient a week. Shower given at Seneca for a June bride Seneca — Ann Christine Groh, Manxato, who will marry under direction of Mrs. Maz Dudley gave a style show "World Cruise" May 12 at the Sentral gymnasium. The show included clothes to be worn on a world cruise which had been made by the girls in grades seven through twelve. ATTEND CONVENTION Mrs. Alfred Peterson and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl attended the School Food Service Assn. convention May 1 at Marshalltown. From Algona they made the trip by chartered bus. They are cooks at the Sentral high school. Eugene Gardner, was given a miscellaneous bridal shower Ml ' s - Delmar Fischer and ALGONA (!ow«) ADVANCE-3 THURSDAY, MAY 13, W5 Goetsches and Duane Rileys, Algona, at their cottage, Lake Okoboji. Mother's Day guests of the Ray Agards were their daughter Linda Agard, Fort Dodge, and the parents of Mrs. Agard, the Cyril Woodsens, Eagle Grove. Mother's Day guests of the Hugh Shirks were her parents, the Claire Jones, aunt Mrs. D. S. Jones, sister the Kenneth Chamberlains, Royal, and a niece Mrs. Bentley De Mar and children, Charles City. Weekend guests of Mrs. Marie Maass were her son Marvin, Og- cen, daughter Maebelle, West- mar, Le Mars, and her girl friend Darlene Klinegartner Jamestown, N. D. .,.,-Tljf, Jjred.Baumgartners went Saturday t6"Augusta, Wis., to visit their daughter, the Dur wood Burtises. The Melvin Kublys were weekend visitors with their son the Larry Kublys, Lake City Minn. They went for the third birthday of their granddaughter Carla. Lewis Block, Douglas and Danny, had his parents, the Max Blocks as guests Mother's Day. Weekend guests at Frances Shorey's were her son. the Le-' Roy Witzels, Des Moines. Sunday guests were Albert Viebell, Mrs. Fred Koerner, Charles City, the Clarence Lacours, Rockford, Elmer Petersens, Denhart, Mrs. Emily Mase, Ther esa and Lymnae, Britt. Mrs. Shorey received a Mother's Day phone call from her son Gaylen Witzel in the army stationed in Mississippi. Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moines were weekend visitors with their mother Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, They were April 25, at 3 p.m. Sharon Ann Rippentrop, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Olvert Rippentrop, Lakota, and Russell Kennth, son of the Kennth Booths, Waukee, were married in the First Presbyterian church at Lakota. Rev. John Reiners performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mrs. Donald Rippentrop, sister- n-law, matron of honor, and JoAnn Boden, bridesmaid. Keith Booth, brother of the groom, was best man and Eldon !roff, cousin, was groomsman. Jshers were Donald Rippentrop, brother of the bride, Roger Harman and John Cramer. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors. Myrna Booth had the guest book. The cake was cut and served by Jean Burchfield and Lois VanDerKamp. Mrs. Joe Wiltgen and Mrs. Jerald Harvey poured, and Mrs. Bob Seefeld served punch. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. F. L. Bakken and; Mrs. M. W. Rippentrop. Waitresses were Mesdames Raymond Brandt, Homer Henriksen, Robert Armstrong, Francis Stenberg and Kathleen Heetland. Mrs. Bruce Coltvet, Mrs. Gordon Haworth and Fran Behling were in charge of the gifts. They will live at 1000 W. Jefferson, Creston, following a wedding trip to the Omaha area. Friday at the Lone Rock Legion hall. Guests were registered by the honoree's sister, Janice Groh. Corsages were also presented to her mother, Mrs. Harold Groh, Mankato, his mother, Mrs. Raymond Gardner, his grandmother, Mrs. Henry McGregor, an aunt, Mrs. Lucille De Vary, his sister-in-law, Mrs. Virgil Gardner, and the bride's sister, Janice. Mrs. Claude Johnson announced the program. Miss Groh opened capsules contain- ng a small script which she ead indicating various phases f matrimony. The scripts called for the hon- rce's life history which was giv- n by Mrs. Robert Henzin; pi- no selection, Linda Kracht; i skit by Kathy Benzin and Marene Smith; vocal solos by Ren ic Vottcler. Mrs. Lucille De Vary poured coffee. She opened her gifts as isted by the groom-elect and a friend, Mrs. Shiela De Vos, Vlankato. They will be married June 12. They are presently attending Vlankato State where she will 3e graduated June 11 with a BS Degree in nursing. He was graduated from Mankato State in 1964 and is working on his master's degree in business ad- Sunday guests of their niece, the Bob Chambers, Corwith. The Olaf Klevelands, Renwick, were Mother's Day guests of the Frank Gronbachs. Weekend guests at Edwin day. Hanselman's were their twin daughters, Laurie and Lynn Hanselman. Laurie is a student nurse at Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des Moines. Lynn recently was graduated from the commercial college at Mankato. She has a position now with a law firm in Fort Dodge. Carol Ristau, freshman at Northwest Missouri State, Maryville, Mo., spent the weekend with her parents, the Harold Ristaus. The Kenneth Striplings, Storm Lake, were weekend visitors with her parents the Gordon Gregorys. The Ralph Dimlers visited in Huxley Friday with their daughter Cheryl, the Donald Thomp- ons. The Allen Blakes were Moth- sr's Day guests of her parents he H. J. Langbehns, Green Mountain. Margene Merkle, Westmar jollege, Le Mars, was a week end visitors with her parents ;he Fred Merkles. The Allen Millers, Des Moines, were Sunday guests of her brother, the Gerald Ramuses. Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, visited her mother, Mrs. Jessie ^tripling, Sunday, They were Mother's Day guests of their Brother and son the Clem Striplings. William Prior, LuVerne, his daughter Sally Prior, Mason City, and their guest Mrs. Edith Prior, mother of Mr. Prior, The Frank Gronbachs, Lu/erne, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman itrs. Dora Gronbach, the Ernesl jOgues, Livermore fished at Spirit Lake Thursday to Satur I HUM ( I N I RAI AIR K.I li.il! ALLEN ELECTRIC EAGLE BROVE, IOWA (FOR APPOINTMENT CALL) AUtONA 2984725 Steve spent last weekend visiting her daughter, the Larry Mcnzes, Swisher. Mrs. Robert Lyncli and children spent the weekend with her sister, the Don Murphys, Cherokee. It was Katliys Murphy's confirmation. The August Nelsons recently visited the Lester Ilasbrooks and Jackie Geilenfeklt at Sheldon. They were accompanied by their guests Albin Nelson and daughter, Mrs. Pearl Ahlbrandt, and Mrs. Nellie Thorson, Ring- steel. The Claude Johnsons were recent Sunday guests of the Everett Johansons. Joanita Meyer, daughter of the Frank Meyers, lias been accepted as a freshman at Briar Cilff at Sioux City. She will attend next fall. The Leo Crowleys, Emory Prestons and Howard Preston; were May 1 guests at Virgil Preston's for Paul Preston's jirthday. Mrs. Henry Looft was a guest Tuesday of the Lotts Creek Lassies at their annual Mothers Tea held at St. Michael's hall at Whittcmore. ' Mother's Day guests at Loena Osborn's included her children, the Morgan Tennysons, Truman, Minn., Larry Osborns, and Shirley Osborn,-Fairmont, the Orville Millers, Swca City, and lobcrl Moritzcs, Milroy, Minn. The Kenneth Andres had his )arents, the John Andres, Em- nctsburg, as guests Sunday at .tub's, Spencer. The Henry Loofts and Gcrrit DeWaards had their mother, Mrs. Bertha Pommcr, Algona, Sunday as a guest. The David Loofts spent Sunday at the parental Glenn Ilop- se's, rural Truman. The Bruce Hills, Webster City, spent Friday and Saturday with the Olaf Oflcdahls, and Sunday with the parental Hills at Buffalo Center. The Wayne Ohncmus family visited the Warren Woods at Livcrmore Sunday. Ottosen group has Mother's Day program Ottosen Lutheran churcV ministration. Hostesses were Mesdames spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Sheffield. Mrs. Prior will remain for an indefinite visit in her old home town The Eli Bagers, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and Mrs. Anna Han selman visited Mrs. Martha Schneider, Saturday, medical pa tient at the Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge. Dean Trauger was a Mother f Day weekend guest of his par ents, the Harold Traugers. Dean is a freshman at Northwes Missouri State, MaryvJlle, Mo. Charles Hinz, medical and surgical patient at the Veteran hospital, Des Moines, severa weeks, was released Wednesday and returned to his LuVerne i home. Mrs. Lucinda Stone tptn Thursday in Des Moines at meeting. . , Mrs, Lucinda Stpn« «1t*mM the funeral of Fred Habeger, 62, Tuesday in Burt. Mrt. Edward Lenz, LuVerne, her sister, Mrs. Harry Fleming, Corwith, went Thursday for the weekend with their sister, the Paul Phillips, StewartviUe, Minn. They also visited the Gordon Lenzes, Kasson, Minn. Mrs Faye Lichty ind Mrs, Cecil Jolliffe went to the Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove, Tuesday and brought Grace Lichtx here to visit her sister-in-law and former friends. She will attend her WSCS circle Wednesday with Mrs. Clifford Holmes. £an3$tt I met with Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Eli Baser was- a guest. Mrs. Duane Neal, high, and Mrs- John Cox .low. , Billy Ramus, son of the Ger aid Ramuses, was 4 Monday ant guests were Mrs. Audrey Baum partner and Vicky, Mrs. Leslie )alkins and LeRoy, Mrs. Rich ard Gronbach, Mrs. Lowel Thomas, Mrs. Otto Lawson anc 3tto. Coffee guests were the Fred Hinzes, Livermore, Mrs. Allen Darby, Mrs. William Bigings and Billy's . grandmother, Mrs. Delia Burgess, LuVerne. The Robert Sheets and Robin, Des Moines, were weekend \j$- itors with her parents the Hal': rison Cards. Mrs. Lydia Lund was' visited last week by her brothers, Johi\ Rentz, Britt, and Alfred Rentz, Mason City. Carl Roger and Alfred Rentz) Mason City, visited Sunday with the John Rugers, Sr. Mr. Ruger, Sr., 90, is ill. A belated birthday dinner Sunday at Elmer Gronbach's, Livermore, was for Mr. Gronbach. His guests were his broth- r, the Frank Gronbachs, Lu feme, sisters Mrs, Freda Steus- y, Mrs. Ellen Raney, Algona, Urs. Amelia Hoffman, Mrs. )ora Gronbach, Livermore. Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Hary Naffziger, Mrs. Melvin Mar< y and Mrs. Henry Kubly were guests Wednesday of the WSCS n the Renwick EUB church. The Billy Hardcopfs went to !owa .City Monday for a check up of Mrs. Hardcopf at the university hospital. Fred Baumgartner was re Verl Smith, Elmer Hanisch, Ervin Votteler, Everett Witham, Fred Johannesen, Robert Benzin, Claude Johnson, Clarence Menz, Lewis Breese, Nina Kracht, Russell Kauffman, Leo Crowley and Mrs. Nerem. HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING The Hans Wilbers, former Senecans now living in Ring ted, had their golden wedding ecently at their son, the Nornan • Wilbergs, Ringsted. Pres cnt at the dinner were the Rich eased Tuesday from the Lulh ard Wilbergs, Woods, Des Women, met Wednesday after noon tot a Mother's Oiy program. Mrs. Lotefi president, gave the The Rev. Robert J. LeMdfit give the devotions and a talk, Oily Tclford played a cornet sdie, Jennifer Watnem gave a poem about grandmother. A skit wi« given by Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Mrs. Carroll Olson, Mrs. HoW< ard Thompson and Mrs. Mow* ard Hellickson. Marda Kinseth and Linda LeMont sang a duet. The program committee were Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Evenson and Mrs. Darrel Jones. Mrs, lie-hard Krause, LuVerne, was lie youngest mother, Mrs. Arhur Petersen the mother With .he youngest twins, Mrs. Paul Thorn, Rutland, had the most daughters, Mrs. Gunda Enock* son the most grandchildren. Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Essie 'ooper and Mrs. Lydia Nickson went to Hampton Tuesday and were guests of the Stanley Nick- sons. Wednesday Mrs. Lydia Nickson went to the Sisson Rest Home at Humboldt where she will stay. She had visited a while with Naomi and James Struthers. Her home was formerly at Hampton. At the historical meeting at Humboldt Monday night were Ralph Richards, Roy Telfor'ds, Naomi Struthers and Mrs. Donald Usher. Naomi Struthers told about cooking in the old days and showed old kitchen utensils. Mrs. Richards read several poems. Mrs. Roy Telford showed a table set with white ironstone dishes on a red and white flowered table cloth. Moines, Erie Reids, Estherville a nd daughter Patricia Kay o State college, and Mrs. Margar et Gcbcst. One daughter," Mary Wrs. James Peterson, San Fran cisco, Calif, was unable to b iresent. Joining in the aftei icon were a brother, Martir Wilberg, the J. A. Schwartze Fenton, who were the attendants at their wedding, Mrs. Edith Lagge and the W. E. Lagges, Fen ton. SENECA STARS MEET Seneca Stars met at Jill and Becky Jensen's May 3. Jill Jensen and Kathy Merrill were chosen to attend the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake. Anna Menz is alternate. A health talk was given by Bonnie Crouch. Anna Menz gave an illustrated talk, and Linda Kracht gave a talk. Pledges were led by Becky Jensen and Linda Sue Kracht. Mrs. Clarence Menz was guest mother. They made plans for local achievement day. Ann Fortney reported. GIVE STYLE SHOW Sentral Homemaking classes REPORT Of CONDITION of "THE SECURITY STATE BANK" of Algona in the State of Iowa at th« close of business on April 26, 1965, ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection -- 565,2 9.13 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,414,510.3. 3. Obligations of States and politico! • subdivisions 47,139.7i 6. Loans and discounts (including $1566.52 overdrafts) 3,66 ,259.11 7. Bank premises owned $5205.19, furniture and fixtures $56,604.36 .- 61,809.55 9. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate 'i'?82' 11. Other assets - - --- 5,400. 12. TOTAL ASSETS - -- .5,774,240.81 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 3,190,143.05 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations - 883,092.29 15. Deposits of'Onited States Government (including postal savings) -- 39,093.43 16..Deposits of States and political subdivisions --- '''"vlli^c 17. Deposits of banks - - -- - C MST°,S 18. Certified and officers' checks, etc. .- 59,394.49 j^ TOTAL DEPOSITS (a) Total demand""depos"its""---III...IIIIII.II.:$4;268',367.79 (b) Total time and savings deposits - $1,019,038.84 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES' - - 5,287,406.63 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capitol: (a) Common stock, total par value $200,000.00 200,000,00 26. Surplus -- - - ninnnnn 27. Undivided profits 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - 486,834.18 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5,774,240.81 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) -- 17b,OOu.UO 32. (a) Loons as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves We C W Conn and Fred A. Diekmonn, Jr. of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. B A Fronkl H. R. Hauser Dale Auld Correct — Attest: c w (President) Fred A. Diekmann Jr. (Cashier) - J - Lindebak H. E. Long -A. A. Schipull ) Directors. ) (SEAL) Slate of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of May, 1965, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank My commission expires July 4, 1966 Ann E. Kelley, Notary Public Published in the Algona fossuth Cpunty Advance, Algong, lowo, Moy 13, !9i5. BOYS DODGE '65 DODGE POLARA MOVE UP, MISTER, WITHOUT PAYING ANY MORE Thinking seriously about moving up? We've got just the ticket-a beautiful new '65 Dodge Polara, Leaves the low-price field far behind in everything except price I You'll enjoy the elegant, color-matched interiors. Silk-smooth Torsion-Aire ride. 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