The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1967 · Page 22
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei Thursday, Jan. 26, 1967 Seneca Church Election Of Officers Held SENECA - Annual mpeting of the Blakjer Lutheran congregation wus held Tuesday, Jan. 17, at the church. The meeting was conducted by Henry Looft, chairmin. Devotions were given by Rev. Harold Anderson, after which he presented his report. Reports were given by the secretary and treasurer. Election of officers for 1967 as follows: Henry Looft, chair- min; Raymond Bergum, vice chairm?.n; Ted V. Jensen, secretary; Martin Wilberg, treasurer; Henry Jensen, trustee; Kenneth Hiilverson, deacon; Julian Cherland, board of education; David Looft and Henry Wilberg, auditors; Mrs. Henry Looft, care of communion set; and H'?nry Looft, sexton. Iowa District Convention delegate is Henry Jensen; Amey Cherland, alternate. Julian Clierland and Dwane Jolnnneson arc the Waldorf College Corp. delegates with Larry Johannesen as alternate. - o - NEW 4-H MEMBERS Seneca Stars 4-H Club welcomed seven junior members into the club Saturday afternoon at the home of Becky Jensen. The new club president, Ann Fortney, presided. Roll call was answered by members telling of a characteristic which each admired in someone their own age. The group made plans for a 4-H faintly night which will be held Saturday evening, Feb. 25, at the Lone Rock Legion hall. Linda Kracht and Carrie Bergum ^ave talks and Rosemary Fortney and Carrie Bergum had charge of recreation. Ann Fort- noy led the group In songs. New club members Include Debra Nyman, Robin Krumwelde, Denese Votteler, Cindy Kabrick, Cheryl Breese, Joy Andre and Corrine Johnson. Mrs. Clarence Men& was the visiting mother. Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Fortney are club leaders. Start shaping your future by saving regularly EARN on Passbook Savings 5% on 6 Month Investment Certificates Current Yearly Rate All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000. Passbook Savings - Save From The 15th -Earn From The 1st. Savings Certificates — Earn From The Day You Invest. Home Federal Savings and Loan Association Since 1917 - Algona, Iowa All Passbook Savings Accounts and Savings Certificates Insured up to $15,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation af Washington, D. C. Burt Man Named As Director, Breeder Co-Op WALTER CAMPNEY Walter Campney, Burt, was elected to the Board of Directors of Midwest Breeders Cooperative, Shawano, Wisconsin. Badger Breeders Cooperative and Consolidated Breeders Cooperative (Midwest Genes) of Anoka, Minnesota, consolidated to form Midwest Breeders Cooperative. Headquarters of Midwest Breeders Cooperative will be at Shawano, Wisconsin, with facilities in other states. The new organization will provide anim.il breeding services for 50,000 farmers in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and North Dakota. The Seneca Thursday Club members entertained their husbands at a party Thursday evening at the Ervln Votteler home. Prizes were won by Dslmar Fischer, Mrs. Ervln Jensen, Mrs. Clarence Weir and Hans Jensen. The new programs for the year were distributed and a birthday gift was presented to Mrs. Ervln Jensen. New members welcomed Into the club Included Mrs. Verl Smith, Mrs. Raymond Gardner, Mrs. Ervln Jensen and Mrs. Clarence Weir. Mrs. Everett Wltham will be the February hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gardner became parents of their first child, a 7 Ib. baby daughter, born Jan. 13 at the St. Joseph hospital at Mankato. The little gjrl was named KrJsten^ Riiei ^(grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner, rural Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Growh of Mankato. Mr. Gardner Is guidance counselor at Sentral High School. The Blakjer Lutheran church women met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick as hostesses. The new chairman, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, had charge of the meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. Kabrick and annual reports were given by the retiring treasurer, Mrs. Odey Cherland, and the retiring secretary, Mrs. John Johannesenhad her report presented by the new' secretary, Mrs. Fred Johannesen. Mrs. Henry Looft introduced Bible study for the year. Portland Club Has New Idea For Program PORTLAND - Portland Progress Club met Jan. 19 In the home of Arlene Wood with Edith Jaiidl assistant hostess., Sixteen members answered roll call which was "the Christmas gift I enjoyed most" and the payment of dues. Ruth Trunkhill was a guest. Ella Lampe an3 Eva Shipler have January birthdays. The song, "Happy Birthday" was sung for them. For the program each mrmber was to bring a favorite recipe. Chairman Marie Parsons announced we would try something new, to spice things up a bit in the club. Ttie lady getting something extra on her tray, like a stick of gum, handkerchief, etc., will do something at the next meetings - such as the reading of a poem, or anything for extra entertainment. Eva Shipler was it at this meeting, Lunch was served by the hostesses. The February meeting will have Ethel Smith and Myrtle Zwiefel as hostesses. Arlene Wood and EoLtli Jandl are in charge of fun time. - o - Mrs. E. C. Scliwietert attended Fornightly Club Friday at Beth Millers. Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau were Sunday supper guests in tha E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister left Tuesday for Harlan wliere they visited Mrs. Melster's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cox, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday they went to Templeton where they visited Mrs. Meister's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cox, returning home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms were Sunday visitors in the Herbert Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and famUy, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Shawn, M •. and M-S. Larry Day and Tracy, Mr. an'J Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the P. W. Marlow homo. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were Sunday supper guests In the Jesse Grosser home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen, Kayla, Scott, Mickey and Tamara arrived Thursday night from Chesterton, Ind. for a visit in the parental A. L. Rasmussen home. They left for home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M.irtin Harms and M':Tvella of Brltt, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peter of Burt and Mr. and Mis. John K. Harms of Tltonka were Monday supper guests in the Johnny Harms home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms' birthday. "If you put off until tomorrow what you should do today, someone may Invent a m.ichlne to do it for you." X Card of Thanks II f ?^"" 'A *•" ~~'"' " %• 14'"Bj •-• '_j~"j^ •,• 1V-V.T" < CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends for the prayers, cards and gifts while I was a patient at St. Ann hospital. A special thank you to Dr. Bray, the sisters and nurses for the wonderful care. John Zeller. (7*) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank our many friends neighbors and relatives, for the food, cards, floral tributes and memorials, gifts, and expressions of sympathy during the illness and bereavement following the death of my wife Mlna. A special thanks to the St. Ann hospital nurses and Sisters for their act of kindness and tender care. A thank you to all. Henry •W.' Becker. j (7) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the many cards and visits while I was a patient in Veterans hospitals and at home. These kindnesses will always be remembered. Harry Hargreaves (7*) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9078 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Emil C. Weisbrod, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Emil C. Weisbrod, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of January, 1967, the last will and testament of Emil C. Weisbrod, deceased, bearing date of the 7th day of September, 1966, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Alvena Weisbrod 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 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 23rd day of January, 1967. /s/ Alvena Weisbrod Executor of said Estate Fenton, Iowa Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 31st day of January, 1967. (7-8) Swea City Host Band Festival LONE ROCK- The 17thannual Stateline Conference Band Festival will be held at Swea City on January 30. Sentral students to participate in the honor band are A idrey Bergum. Kathryn Bierstedt, Dale Eldrldge, Mary Lou Larson, Jajiell Newbrough, Gary Rath, Ervln Root, Ricky Saw, Candace Vaudt, Susan Blanchard, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, PatriclaDreyer Jackie Jones, Margo Rusch, Carl Prie'oe, and Greg Jones. Four sentral High School band students have been selected to be members of the 12th annual Northwest Iowa Bandmasters Festival Band. The students will audition for chair positions at Storm Lake Jan. 14, and rehearse at Cherokee Feb. 4, for the public concert to be held that evening. FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3112 OUR SCHOOLS ARE OVERCROWDED TOO! GET THE ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS FROM THE CITIZENS' COMMITTEE REGARDING THE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE JAN. 25 - GENERAL MEETING AT 8 P.M. AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, SUPT. O. B. LAING AND THE ARCHITECT WILL BE PRESENT TO GO OVER THE PROGRAM COMPLETELY. QUESTION AND ANSWER PROGRAMS WILL BE BROADCAST OVER KLGA IAN. 28-10:45 AM JUST MAIL YOUR QUESTIONS AIOUT THIS PROGRAM TO ALGONA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL ALGONA, IOWA 50511 NOTICE TAXPAYER Cor Licenses become Delinquent JANUARY 31, 1967 Penalty starts February 1st, 1967 Penalty is 5% Per Month of License - Fee Minimum - Penalty is $1.00 License must be on your car by March 15, 1967 The March 15th Pickup is subject to change PROPERTY TAX First Half Delinquent After March 31, 1967 Second Half Delinquent After September 30,1967 RATE OF PENALTY IS 3 /4 OF \% PER MONTH UNTIL PAID MONTHLY INCREASE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST FOUR YEARS FROM DATE DUE. 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