Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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collected in cancer drive ** "- • inSweaTwp. Swea-Eagle — Mrs. Jim Koons as Eagle township dancer chairman reports receipts of $61 for the township. Solicitors were Mrs. Irvin Smith, Mrs. Lloyd Thofsdn, Mrs. US. Mather, Mrs. Glen Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Feddefseh and Mrs. Ofmal Gulnh. Mrs. Mervin Johnson is cancer; chairman for Swea township and two solicitors were unable to complete their areas. Mrs. Johnson ,asks' anyone not contacted to send their contributions to her. Team workers in Swea township were Mrs. Reuben Holcomb, Mrs.' Elvin Swansott, Mrs. Darold Bishop, Mrs. Tom Preston and Mrs. Robert Monson. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery had U.S. GOVERNMENT PROPERTY SEALED BID SALE Post Off ice-Land and Binding- Algona, Iowa Located on the Northwest Corner of Call and Dodge Streets, Algona, Iowa This property is suitable for commercial use or development. TO BE SOLD BY SEALED BID June 16, 1965 : - 1:OOP.M.eST For Bid Form, Bidding Instructions, and further information, write or call: General Services Administration Real Property Division 1500 East Bannister Road Kansas City, Missouri 64131 (816), 361-0860 Ext. 7240 CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating ; ; • Fast Service •Competitive Rates • Dependable FUNK Plumbing & Heating ; ; South Dodge Algona as guests Mesdames Wallace Reynolds, Geofge Hafher, Dick Shoenhaif, Roger Lindell, Reuben Hblcomb, and Beverly Eg- gefth. Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Harner showed paintings. The three have been interested in art fof some time. The Harold Inglets, Ledyard, were Sunday guests at Carl Schatiberger's for the first communion of Shirley at St. Mary's Catholic church, Armstrong. Mrs. Tom Preston Friday had a coffee for her mother Mrs. Sam Link's birthday. Guests included Mrs. Martin Tokheim and Mrs. Lars Skaar, sisters of Mrs. Link, and Mrs. Sid Payne and Mrs. Irvin Link. The Sam Links and Tom Pres- tons were Sunday guests at Fred Link's. Fairmont. The Harold Neubergers, Iowa Falls, were weekend guests at Marlyn Paul's. Mrs. Albert Paul was also a Sunday guest. The Jim Koons were Sunday guests of his brother, the Don Koons, Estherville. The Arnold Duers attended a family dinner at her brother, the J. C. Loddens, Humboldt. Mrs. Virgil Jensen spent a week at Rochester, Minn, for a check-up at Mayo clinic. Callers at Virgil Jensen's were the Otto Pingels and Mrs. Dick Krumm and Mary Kay, Armstrong. The Virgil Jensens were Sunday callers at Glenn Olson's. The Louie Feddersens, Spirit Lake, were Sunday visitors at Chris Feddersen's. The Leo Crowleys and Virgil Prestons were Sunday guests at Dave Martin's, New Prague, Minn. The Warren Brones and Burt Pattersons, Swea City, Ronald Richardsons, Lakota, Percy Mac- Dowells, Fort Dodge, and Mar- : Trip to Geftnany, by Marie Parson. A card was written and sent to Mary Rasmussen, who is in the Park hospital at Mason City. Members attending Were Viola Becker, Grace Trenary, Flossie Bartlett, Eva Shiplet, Mafieta Zwiefel, Vera Fitch, Elizabeth Kennedy, Aflene Marlow, Marie Parson, Aflene Wood, Hazel Steven, Edith Jattdl, Ella Lampe and Margaret Afndorfer. A one o'clock pot. luck luncheon was planned for Thursday, June 17, at the Port land Community hall, with Flossie Bartlett and Sarah Stewart hostesses. Hostesses will furnish dessert and coffee. Others to bring hot dish, sandwiches and own dishes. Good intentions are like baby crying in church, they should be carried out immedi atcly". LOCALS lene Moore, were Sunday Buffalo Center, guests at Herb Service Equipment For quick, dependabtt strvict anytimi HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE "Goodyear Tires" Algona 5-3654 MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS Patterson's, Buffalo Center, for his birthday. The Ronald Pearsons have a son, Gregory Alan, born April 29, at Fort Rutger, Ala., 8 Ibs. and 8 oz. The George Pearsons are the grandparents. The Everett Rippentrops were Sunday visitors at their son, Gene Rippentrops, Truman, Minn., and Saturday visited the Homer Henriksens, Ringsted. Ricky, son of the Floyd Brek- kes, and Brian, son of the Michael Kennedys, received first communion Sunday at St. Mary's church at Armstrong. The Francis Sullivans and James Jensens, Ames, visited Sister Mary Geralyn at Dubuque Sunday. Jerald and Sandra Sullivan had first communion Sunday at St. Mary's church, Armstrong. The Sullivans had guests for the occasion. The August Robisons, Harold Roalsons, Clifford Beadles and Tony Lohses attended the confirmation of Michael Mortensen, son of the Vern Mortensens, Jutchison, Minn. Sunday. The Jack Reeces were guests of his parents, the Ed Reeces, ilmore, Sunday. The Ted Toms, Boone, spent Married in St. Joe church Lorine Berte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berte, Bode, and Charles Albrecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albrecht, Clare, were married April 24 at St. Joseph Catholic church in St. Joe with Father Schumacher officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Cecelia Berte as maid of honor. Helen Berte was the bridesmaid. Thomas Albrecht was the best man and Dale Albrecht the groomsman. Ushers were Joseph Berte, Jr., Ft. Dodge, and Darrell Albrecht, Clare. The school choir sang with Sister Mary Celestine at the organ. A dinner reception was held in Humboldt at Johnny's Steak Harbor. Mary Worick, Ft. Dodge, had the guest book and Cecelia and Helen Berte opened gifts. ...They are living in Ft. Dodge where she work's at Roden- bourne Mfg. Co. He is employed by Iowa Beef Plant. Dwight Ruse home. Michelle Cassel, daughter o the Leo Cassels. left Friday b plane from Ft. Dodge for Oma ha, Neb. to visit- her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Narcy, fo i a week. I Mr. and Mrs. John Bloodhart Iowa City, are parents of I daughter born May 22 at Merc 'hospital there. She weighed Ibs. Mrs. Bloodhart is the fo mer Karen Helmers, daughte of the Harm Helmers of here. Mr. and Mrs. George Helmers, Kenneth and Carol of Tulsa, Okla., will visit his parents, the Harm Helmers and other relatives and friends the first week in June. They will stop at Iowa Mrs. Louise Stockwell of Titonka was a Monday evening supper guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Doyle Trenary returned Thursday morning of last week to Ft. Rucker Alabama after a 14 day leave which he spent at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary. Doyle spent about three months at Ft. Leonard Wood before coming home on leave. The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Margaret Andorfer in Bancroft with Ella Lampe assistant hostess. Fourteen members answered roll call, which was "Tnwa was, iowa \e above nomM dMriet rourf, m pro- dod by low, duly authenticated, for lowonce; and unless so filed within six lonths from the second publication of his notict (uhleis ofhsrwlsd allowed or »!d) sueh elalrri shall thereafter be orever barred. Dated this 18th day of May, 1965. Amelia E. Johnson Executor of said Estate Lakota, Iowa Address uchanan & McClure Mtorneys for said Executor Oaoho, Iowa ^dclre .—Iress Date of second publication 7th day of May, 1965. Published in the Alqona Kossuth County Advance, Alqona, lowo. May 20 and 27, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COUttT or tut STATE or IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEE E. KILEY, Deceosed. "robnte Nn. 870'! NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR 0 ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons ndebted 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, os 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. Doted this 18lh day of May, 1965. Larry Kilcy Administrator of said Estate Wesley, Iowa Address WinkPl & Winkd Attorney for said Administrator Algono, lowo Address Date of second publication 27th day of May, 1965. Published in the Alaono Kossuth County Advance, Alaono, Iowa May 20 and 27, 1965. ALGONA (lev/a) ADVANCl— $ THURSDAY, MAY 17,1965 ' froudirtg the Plaintiff. That nothing buf time is wanting to fix an absolute indebtedness. That the Defendant is indebted to the Plaintiff in the sum of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), together with interest as provided in said note ond for costs of this action, ond further fhat a writ of attachment issue against the Defendant«and that the same be levied against personal property belonging to the Defendant located on the premises described herein, ond upon judgment being rendered, that said property be sold to satisfy said judgment. You are also notified to appear before sdid Court ot Algona in Kossuth County, lowo, on or before the 25 day of June, 1965, and that unless you so appear youf default will be entered and judgment or decree entered against you for the relief demanded in laid petition. McMAHON AND CASSEL Attorneys for Pldlntiff 120 North Thorington Algono, lowo Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algona, lowo, May 20 and 27 and June 3, 1965 City on their way here and visit sisters of George. Legal Notice IN THE DISTRICT COUPT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HENRY R. JOHNSON, Deceased. Probate No. 8599 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You ore hereby notified that on the 23rd day of November, 1964, the lost will and testament of tho above named decedent, bearing date the 28th day of August, 1963, was admitted to probate in the above named court ond that the undersinnpd was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is aiven that all persons indebted to said estate are reauestcd to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and es- clerk of Prn creditors having claims against 'said fro- tote shaM tMe them with tho cler Supday with her Hans Petersons. Dean Kinsman, owner of Algona Menu ment Co./ wishes to remind you that there can never be a substitute for a monument . , . of knowing you marked the final rest* ing place of your departed loved one in the proper manner. Algona Monument Co, offers a wide selection which they can furnish in various sii- es, styles and designs. If you wish to save, please before you buy, write or call 2955565 Algona Monument Co., and let them give you the facts about monuments and markers, both granite and bronie, for cemeteries and memorial Gardens. Algona Meimneil Co. Phone 295 5565 Algona, Iowa sister, the Sunday at Roy Anderson's were the Walter Magnusens, Archie Ditsworths, A. B. Twee- tens, Clifford Andersons and Alfred Petersons, Armstrong. The Walter Magnusens were Sunday visitors at Andrew Madsen's, East Chain. Mrs. Ed Frerichs and daughter called on Mrs. Herb Papen fuhs and Mrs. Eugene Papen fuhs, Estherville, Thursday. MUSCULAR AGHES • PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and bod; stiffness often associated will Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis Lumbago, Backache and Painfu Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters, HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, Iowa Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch unouesnonasLY FIPST Your Blue Cross and Blue Shield card sticks with yow as no ether card does — if you move ... if you're out of work . . . even if you retire. Doesn't cancel if you reach age 7$, ner when you think you've had "too many Mill" or "too m.ny big bills." (f toMi the hospital that you're prepared for the unexpected. That's why iff now officially AMERICA'S NQ, 1 6iT WELL CARD, after 25 years, ind over 47 million dollars worth of itil bills. (lie sure you have your card in ypur pocket, just in case) See or write: HERMAN KIEEN GILMORE CITY, IQWA The American Cancer Society rusade has been completed in 'ortland Township, and Mrs. Howard Sparks wishes to thank all who gave of their time and energy in the Crusade. The 'ollowing helped in the drive: Mesdames Harley Boeckholt, John Spear, Harold Presthus, Donald Ringsdorf, Ross Stewart, Paul Arend, Frank Becker, Roger Scott and Howard Sparks. She also wishes to thank all who contributed.' The total amount in the township was $104 plus $54 in memorials, Mrs, Elizabeth Kennedy spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Esther Williams was hostess to the Birthday Club, in honor of Maybelle Becker's birthday, Those attending were Maybelle Becker and Jessie Miller of Algona, Valeda Griese Edith Jandl and Elizabeth Ken nedy, all of Burt. Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rod man called on Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy Friday morning. Mr and Mrs. Earl Miller of Algons were Sunday afternoon visitors Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenar> went to Fairmont Tuesday af ternoon, where they visited Mr Robert Harvey, in the hospita there. Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough cal led at the Earl Zwiefel horn Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler ant Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewar went to Mason City Sunday af ternoon where they visited Mary Rasmussen in the Park hospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood Jean and Randy went to Clea Lake last Sunday where thej visited the Pat Von Bank fam iiy and did some fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family and Mrs. Bernadine Ophiem and family were Sun day dinner guests in the paren tal Jay Steven home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pilcher and famil> of East Chain were Sunday eve ning supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott of Ti tonka were Friday evening vis itors in the Earl Zwiefel home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler vis ited the W. B. Shiplers at Swe City Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harm and family of Titonka wer Monday evening visitors in th BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY ORIGINAL NOTICE OF PETITION AT LAW LOU RICKE, Plaintiff, CHARLES O'HARA, Defendant. •<D: CHARLES O'HARA, DEFENDANT You are hereby notified that Plaintiff petition In the above entitled action i now on file in the office of the Clerl of said Court claiming In substance tha ipon the representation of the Defendan o the Plaintiff that a business would b operated in Wesley, Iowa, by the Defen dant, the Plaintiff co-signed a promissor tote for the sumo of One Thousand Do ars ($1,000.00) payable to the First Stat 3ank at Britt, Iowa. That the Defendan without notice to tho Plaintiff suddenl disappeared and abandoned said busines ocated on the premises described as th East One-third (E 1/3) of Lot Two (2 Block Fourteen (14), Wesley. Kossut Zounty, Iowa. That the Defendant aban doned his property with the Intent of de- DOES SINUS CONGESTION . . . keep >|ou nwnko nt night? MaV« you feel miserable! nil clny? Then you want relief onA want it fast! And that'i just what you get when you take SYNA-CLtiAH Dccongcatnnt Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give round-the-clock comfort. Restores free brenlhing; relieves henclnche. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wnkc up clear-headed, ; . clear-eyed. End needless suffering; now-get SYNA-CLEAR in the blue ' and white carton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAR relief; lasts longer, so it actually costs lesa. SYNA- CLEAR KCONGESTANT TABLETS HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, Iowa TRAILER HOUSE INSURANCE GONE UP? II >our IHDDHRS DI-ALER offers to install the world's finest CENTRAL AIR CONDI HONING I of h.il f j>ru c . . . let him. SEE US FOR LOW-COST MOBILE HOME-OWNERS PACKAGE POLICY Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. Dodge Street Phone 5-2735 ALGONA ALLEN ELECTRIC EAGLE eROVE, IOWA (FOR APPOINTMENT CALL) ALGONA 2954725 UDDERS!)!) ERICKSOR COULD MAKE IT * SO GOOD/ At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market ANDERSON-ERICKSON DAIRY GARDEN CULTIVATORS FOR RENT BY DAY OR HOUR 1 i IOCAUY owww EP WQtF, Qwner, 295-545?

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