The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 9
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• — — Burt - Lone Rock ^^""""^^^""^""•""•^•'••'•'•••'•-•••••"•••••i Monito 10-A!gona, (la.) Upper Das Moines Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967 ' — ' <^^^^^m^*mm*^*mm Fred Gebken, Burt, Injured In Home Fall BURT - Fred Gebken is recuperating at his home here with injuries to his foot and leg. While at work on Friday, Fred had the misfortune to having a step ladder slip out from under him dropping him to the floor. He received a badly sprained foot and leg. - o - Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McMullen spent Sunday afternoon and evening with the former's brother Neal McMullen, Newell, la,, -who is hospitalized in Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber attended final rites for Mrs. John Gappa at Lake Crystal, Minn, Mrs. Gappa the former Josephine Hagg, Whittemore, was a cousin of Mr. Weber. Sincere sympathy goes out to the Clair Reutzels in the loss of his father, Otto Reutzel of Belgrade, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller attended the annual Grain Dealers Convention in Des Moines on Tuesday. The Birthday Club of which Mrs. Lottie Isenberger is a member, ¥01 be her guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Staudert, Bancroft on Feb. 6. Dale Person spent Friday night and Saturday with Dennis Miller at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener and Karla, Cedar Falls, were weekend guests of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jem- Wiener. Mrs. Otto Reutzel, Darwin, Mrs. Charles Lagge and famfly, Belgrade, Minn.; the Myron Reutzels, Sun Valley, Calif; and Donald Reutzel, Fort Meade, Maryland and Mrs. Orville Molin, Esthervllle, spent Friday night and Saturday at the Clair Reutzel borne. Saturday evening supper guests at the Andrew Harms home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener and Karla, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy., Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener. They were joined in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schaeller, Darcy and Kathy spent Sunday at the parental Willie Schaeller home, Rlngsted. Jane Barslou and Jean Wool Mankato State College students ?pent the weekend at the parental Helen Schwietert and Bob Wood homes. Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire were host to their Canasta Club on Sunday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Kadow, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kahler. Mrs. Lance Riebhaff will entertain the members of the Fortnightly club at her home on Friday, Feb. S. Mrs. George Becker will host the February Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting at her home', Wednesday, Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews entertained at their home on Thursday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs Ross Stru- tters, Doan, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Sr., Mrs. Fern Young, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Merts, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande, Bart. Five hundred furnished the evenings entertainment. Sunday afternoon and evening guests at the Lawrence Doege home included, Herb Doege, Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Doege and Jim. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgard moved this past week to their home, recently purchased at Dakota City. J. p. Stevens has purchased the Baumgard house here and his daughter, Mrs. Bernadine Opheim, Damn and John have moved into it. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz and Kevin, Cedar Rapids were Monday guests at the parental Al Hlnckley. Mrs. Walter Steward arrived home on Saturday from the Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been hospitalized the past three weeks. She underwent major surgery while there. Kenneth Trenary is hospitalized in Mason City, where he underwent major surgery tee past week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Black took their son, Doug back to Cedar Falls on Monday. Doug enjoyed a 10-day semester break vacation from his studies at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener and Karla, Cedar Falls, spent Sunday at the Henry Schroeder home, Lone Rock. Mrs. Schroeder is a sister of Jerry and Carl. Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Gebken, Richard Gebken, Ames, and DeLane Weber, Davenport spest the weekend at the Fred Gebken home. The birthdays of Richard and DuWayne were observed on Saturday evening. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Black and Doug. Kossuth Duroc Sires Record Index Pig W. J. Stewart, well-known Burt area farmer who raises purebred Duroc pigs, was notified recently that the offspring of one of his boars bad established a new all- breed testing station index record at the Ames, Iowa, Testing Station. Ths Duroc boar that sired the pig which set the record was bred and raised on the Stewart farm near Burt. The record- breaking animal indexed at 2E3 and iad a 3.20 daily gain record at Ames. Jolly Neighbors Jolly Neighbors ClubofLotts Creek, met Wednesday afternoon, January 18 at the home of Mrs. A. E, Vehling. Ten members answered roll call "If I Were Queen for a Day." Ruby Wolter reported on the lesson on Soft Floor Coverings. The next meeting will be February 15th at 1:30 p.m. Viola Wichtendahl will be Hostess School Law Change An enabling amendment to existing laws regulating school districts has been introduced In the State Legislature which if passed would specifically allow a district, such as the Bancroft Independent, wliich does not milntain 12 grades, to be attached to a 12-grade territory by the County Board of Education, even though a vote in the matter his not been held. The move would be subject to the state board of education approval however, ' On F.B. Committees Two Kossuth county farmers will serve on the 1967 commodity advisory committees of the American Farm Bureau. Wayne Keith of Algona was reappointed to the Farm Bureau's national livestock advisory committee, and William Phelps of Swea City was renamed to the poultry advisory comm.'ttee. HARDWAREMAN Peter M. Hentges has been associated in the hardware business in Dyersville for 50 years. In honor of the half century of business, Mr. Hentges' wife and three children teamed to give him a sterling silver tray, hand engraved with detail of the Hentges building and date of his long business career. — ^ — ~^ ™ p " ^~^ ^»^ ^»^ ^-^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^p^ ^^ ^r ^v 1 ^^ ^i^ ^BF* • Tom Garry's comment on the ice sit- • uation: "I don't mind the falling j T^T; - it's the silly war dance you « do before you go down!" 3 Ib. tin FOR CHOPS * • ••»•' CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 1BEAHS7 I I Library Board Elects Benita Mitchell As Head BURT - The Burt Public Li- trary Board held their first cicfetiag of the year recently with z&v officers: President - Benita Mitchell, rice president - Helen Salts aad sec. treas. JeanLock- V/ASH AND DRY 1-10 LOADS IN LESS THAN AM HOUR (20 .r.laits vtahf; Always plenty of hot roinsoft water. Opart 24 hours a day ! J &D LAUNDROMAT _ fcwrt, (cwa Lcnrstid rejiio&j Florence An- dersx *ta resigned from the board. &r Ksiiti numbers are Gfca- Graiici, Marlea Sttaael Eater Hilton, ite toard fcat of assistant to or stenzel. oi&g the Co-op i&d will . AZJS McKialey of Maace City co Feb. 6th, 4p.m. "responsible" Like dependable and efficient, "respon- ^ sible" is an important adjective that des- a cribes a properly run elevator. ^ Your local co-op handles all business in k a responsible manner - in an effort to 5 give you the finest possible service at all S times. Your co-op employees are well-trained for their jobs. And we strive to keep abreast of the rapidly progressing farm methods. Being responsible is being trustworthy, and this, too, is a continual goal of ours. 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