The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 3
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\ " % . AROUND ALGONA' ' Mt and Mts D. G. Clopton «tid Mr f.nd Mrs E. L. GnrbMt spent Jvilurrlrry and Sundfiv in Minnf-a- polis. % — r>— Mt SM Mrs L«5 Price «id P.'itty, Shrrry nnd Larry an spfnding this wofk vacs i ion in? M a cottage jit Clrar Lafce. Mt and Mrs K. S. Cewah and Jamily arc spending thrne work' in fi rottapi. at Lake Okoboji Ihry pi fm to rrlurn homo lhi.> • — n — Fits! banns of marriage were published Sunday ;,{ Si Corolla's church for "Elton E. Wood Algon.i and Janice M. Bosch of Whiltomore. ~-o— Mr and Mrs Richard Norton nnd Mr and Mrs Don Horn m ing- son with their children left Runday evening on a week's trip tc the Black Hills. — o — Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips nave as their guests, their daugh- lor, Mrs Glen Frodrriokson anc Connie and Cindy of DCS Mc-ines They arrived Wednesday and wii' remain two weeks. — o — Mr and Mrs Jim Egli have been visited for several days this week by the latter's sister, Mrs Marvin Pepper and little daughter. Sondra Sue. Mrs Egli took them to their home at Manson on Wednesday. — •/*>— — Deanne and Ronnie, children of Mr and Mrs Walter Schild- kneeht returned home Sunday from Eslherville where they had spent the past ten days with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs W. T. Sehildknooht. . — o-~ Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson were overnight guests of the lat- tor's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Henry Traeger at Sumnor on Friday. The two couples then spent the weekend at the Dells of Wisconsin. — o — The Men's Club of the Trinity Lutheran church entertained their wives at a pot-luck suppo: last Wednesday evening. Ken- neth RenkMi was in charge of the program which consisted ol skits and stunts. Mt and Mrs 3. L. Claud* havfe as their guest this week, Mr? Jack Booth of Fort Dodge who formerly lived hero. Mrs Claude is entertaining at a card party lor the visitor this afternoon (Thursday). fcobwi Joseph, infant «m oi Mr and Mrs Edward Fan-oil, wa> baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia'? church. Trip Farrolls arc now comers to Algona, Mr Farroli being associated with the- Sherman-Williams paint store. —o— Mrs Edward S. Meyet and daughter, Marilyn loft Monday for their homo in Chicago aftei a wook's visit with tho .sister, Mrs Craig Smith, here and a! the parental J. N. Flemings at WhiUemorr. They accompanied Dave Evors who spent tho weekend with his parents, Mr and Mr?; .lim Evors. Word has been received thai Mr and Mrs Rill Marchant oJ Humboldt became the parents oi a son, Ronald, born Thursday August «. Mrs Marchant is the rmn-r Kathy Asa who grow u[ hero. Mr and Mrs Bud Anderson are being visited by the fitrm)er's sistor, Mrs Molvin Knoll and children. Sho is tho former Adri> Anderson itnd for many years has lived in Baltimore, ' Maryland Mr Knoll has recently boon transfervod 1o Denver, Colo, anc tho family is onrouto to move there. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydfcri will bo hosts on Sunday at a reunion picnic for a group of longtime friends. Mr and Mi's Bob McMurray and family arc coming from Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Marvin Rochloau and family from Ceylon, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Milton Will. Mr and Mr; Ray Johnson and Mr and Mr? Rex Voylos and their childrer from Algona. Thursday, Aufost 1$, Its* Algerift fla.) Upfrt* Bit evening to attend the funeral ot Mr? Chris Nielsen. The Nielsen.-: owned the farm that is now the John Kramorsmcier farm, for many years, and Mr and Mrs Gel ha us were their tenants . Mr and Mrs Edward Knoner and son Dennis left on Wednesday for California where they will visit their son Don and hiV wife at San Diego and their son John and his wife at Lomita. Don is attending the University ot San Diego and John is an engineer tor Douglas Aircraft a; Lorn i t a. Mr and Mrs Vernon Haag art the parents of a baby girl born Monday August 5th at ihe Hol> Family Hospital in Estherville She has been named Monica Marie. Mr and Mrs Tod Green and family and Mr and Mrs William Knoner and sons had a picnic at Fairmont on Sunclay and later attended the Fair there. Minn. He was ofdailWHS ifi and has served several yra in this diocese. FT. DaireV assistant priest at Sacred Heart at Fort Dodge before serVifvg as chaplain during World Wat «. While in the service, Fr. Dairey was chaplain of the entire Greenland base command. Fr. Dailey is due to arrive in Whittemore" in the near future. Legion Auxiliary, Ledyard, Asks First Aid Course Ledyard — The Ledyard Unit of tho American Legion Auxiliary met for their regular meeting on August 6th at the Legion Hali with the new president, Mrs Ted Green, presiding. Mrs George MacKinnon was appointed to contact the P.T.A. President Henry Dontje, on the possibilities of a First Aid Course later in the fall. Mrs MacKinnon and Mrs Melvin Buseh will be responsible for having new programs made up and printed. The Kossuth County Legion Auxiliary meeting will be hold Aug. 13 at Lone Rock and all members are urged to be in attendance. Lunch was served by Mrs J. J. McDonald at the close of the meeting. Mrs Max Nit* will be the hostess for the Sept. 3rd meeting. Irene Dyer who works for tho Veterans Administration in Miami, Fla., came on Saturday to spend a vacation with her mother, Mrs Eunice Dyer and her brother, Howard. Mr and Mrs Wilson Brack anc Roger and Mr Frank Lewis o: Lakota were dinner guests Sun day at the home of Mr and Mrs Tico Brack in honor of Wilson's, birthday. Mrs Zilphy Hardt accompanied Mr and Mrs Elmer Anderson ol Elmore to Ames where they spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Quentin Hardt and son. Mr and Mrs Cyril Haag, Rita Linda and Jackie Haag and their guests, Mrs Willard Irmiter and daughters Marita and Marcone enjoyed a picnic dinner and visited the Grotto at West Bend last Thursday. Mrs Meint Huesman, Bonnie and Janet and Mrs Arnold Gray of Titonka were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Albert Barnes home. Miss Marie Gracbart and Dob bie Saltil of Chicago and Sandra Pingel of Algona visited from last Sunday until Thursday at the N. A. Pingel home. George MacKinnon came home Saturday from the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Virgel Gelhaus and children spent several days last week at the Dells. Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse and Douglas and Diane spent several days last week on a vacation trip into northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Jake Stubbe and Linda visited last week at the parental Albert Barnes home. Arthur Haag arrived home on Wednesday after attending summer clashes at the State University in Iowa City. D. A. Carpenter was able to come home on Sunday from the Blue Earth Hospital where he had been for the past week for treatment. On Saturday Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes went to Lake Mills to attend the wedding of their grandson, Gene Stubbe. Mrs D. A. Carpenter, John Carpenter and Mrs Carpenter's sister, Mrs Mazarling of Mankato went to Grand Marias, Minn, on Friday to attend the wedding ot Mrs Carpenter's granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Peter Jorgenson and two daughters stopped at the parental Lloyd Jorgenson home on Saturday evening while envoute to Minneapolis from whore Mrs Jorgenson took a plane for the west where she will visit her parents. Danny and Mary Both Whitcomb of Morris, Minn, are spending two weeks vacation visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan. Mr and Mrs John J. Tillmoney of Amos came Sunday to visit Mrs Tillmonoy'.x brother, John Hartshorn and to visit at the home of Mr Tillmoney's sister, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer. Mr and Mrs Chris Anderson of Priinghar brought their daughter, Mrs Wm. Klinker and their grandson Gary Klinker home Thursday evening after they had spent the week with them. Robert Dyer and family moved this past week from Illinois to St. Paul. Robert is an agent for the Northwestern Railroad and will work in St. Paul for a relief agent. Mr and Mrs B. E. Gilbertson and family left early Saturday for a vacation trip into Northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs William Wiomei and Deanna went to Minneapolis on Friday to spend the weekend and to attend the wedding of the older daughter of the Walter Gamons at St. Paul. Mrs Martha Hagge accompanied Mr and Mrs Gordon Le Warne to Mason City two weeks ago and spent a couple of weeks visiting there. Mr and Mrs August Klinksick and Mr and Mrs L. A. Nit?, returned homo Thursday night from a few days trip into Wisconsin, where they visited the Nilz children, visited the Dells and attended a ball game. Sunday the George Thompsons and their three grandsons and Lottie and Jennie Mason of Lu- Verne enjoyed a picnic at State Park in Fort Dodge. On Sunday the George Thompsons and their three grandsons attended the Patterson reunion in Mason City. The three boys returned homo with their parents, Mr and Mrs Duane Thompson after a two weeks vacation with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Molborn Haag are the pareitls of a baby girl born on Tuesday August (5th at the Holy Presents City A Safety Plaque Representatives of several loc;il oiganizations and other interested persons were present at a mooting in the council chain bers last night (Wednesday) when Frank Ulish. a representative o: the Iowa Department of Safety, presented an analysis of traflK safely in Algona. According to tho report, which came from the 'National Safety Council, Algona's record is improving each year. Basis for the analysis is number of mishaps, fatalities, injuries and steps taken to bettor driving conditions locally, compared with towns of similar size all over the country. As in the past several years, the record hero was one of the top standards in the state. A decrease in injuries due to mishaps and tho fact there were no fatalities had a bearing on the rating. Mr Ulish presented a plaque to the city, which was accepted by Mayor C. C. Shierk during the afternoon racing program at the countv fair Wednesdav. Wisconsin Rifts For Wesley Lady Last rites for Mrs Elizabeth IV Leicher, 72, of Wesley were held in St. Peters Lutheran church at Lopansville Wisconsin, Saturday. August 3. Memorial services foi Mrs Leicher were held August 1 m the Boughton Funeral Chapel at Britt with Rev. Percy Carlssdn of Wesley (tffioiating. Burial was at Logansville. Mrs Leicher died of a heart condition in Hancock' Memorial hospital at Briit July 31. She had been ill for two months. Elizabeth Wilhelmina Fisher, daughter of Emil and Christine Fisher, was bom July 10, 1885, at Ironton, Wise, She was married to Gilbert Leicher at Reedsburg Wise. Sept. 8. 1820 and came to Wesley to live with a daughter Mrs Howard Funnemark in Dec. 1952. Survivors, besides Mrs Funne> mark, include a son, a daughter nine grandchildren and a brother. Seven brothers and two sis ters preceded her in death. husband died in 1952. Mrs Leicher was a fonder school teacher, taught beginnihg music lessons and an adult Sunday School class for many yeats. in Estherville. named Eileen Family hospital She has been Ann. Keith Knoner, son of Mr and Mrs William Knoner, who works in the State Bank hero, suffered a severe nose bleed in the night Tuesday and was taken to tho Blue Earth Hospital for treatment. He was able to be back at work on Thursday. Mr and Mrs George Thompson and three grandsons D a v id, Douglas and Donnie who are visiting here were guests of Mrs Thompson's sister and husband, the J. A. Zweifels of Corwith at the Baptist Camp at Clear Lake on Friday. Mr and Mrs Aoilt Troff and son Arno, and their son Darrell and family of Blue Earth returned home Thursday from a vacation trip. Thursday afternoon the Woman's Society of Christian Service mot at the home of Mrs E. A. Carpenter. Mrs Fred Dutton wat in charge of the Missionary program. Mr and Mrs Milo Fossler of Waterloo were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen on Monday. Willjfani Poppe accompanied Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe an\l Mrs James Mayne to Anamosti m Wednesday to attend the funeral of a cousin. Mr and Mrs Chris Gelhaus went to MarshiilHowu Tuesday To Open Office For Catholic High An office to act as headquarter for the general planning and fund raising activities for the new Catholic central high school to be built here will open August 19 in rooms above the J. C. Penney store at the corner of State and Dodge streets, it was announced this week by Father Francis Conway. The proposed now high school will serve five area parishes,, Algona, St. Benedict,,St. Joe,, ^es-. ley and Wbitteinore. ' : Fund raising activities will be handled by Lawson & Associates :if Rockvilte Center, N. Y., and Loftus & Ingals of Omaha have seen retained as architects and are already working on plans.. They also were achitects for the new St. Cecelia's church and th new convents at Wesley and S' Joe. Preparations will be made dur mg the first several weeks for th fund raising drive that will b conducted in all the parishes th atter part of October. 4 Couples Get Wedding Licenses Four couples received li censes to wed in County Cle-rX Alma Pearson's office this week They were issued to the follow ng: 'Aug. 8 — Richard L. Kuecke: ind Beverly A. Gerber, Algona Villiam G. Leek and Joanne J tochlcau, Algona; and Join SUITS and Sue Ayers, Goodell. Aug 13 — Vernon Lensing anc Diane R. Welp, Bancroft. 4-H Judging Team Twice A Winner The Kossuth County 4-H judging teams won first and second at the district Holstein Black & White Show at Spencer, August 9. The top six individuals in the 4-H contest were Kossuth County members. Five teams in addition to individual contestants took part in the 4-H contest. Kossuth members and their scores were— Roger Dreyer 192; Albert Kollasch 192; Daniel Skow 189; Bob Chambers 188; Dean Dodds 186; Aaron Anliker 184; Jim Kain 180; Bob Grandgenett 164; Dennis Schoby 161 and Duane Heinen 160. The team was awarded $25 to help them attend the State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest. The Kossuth team won third at the North Iowa Fair near Mason City with nine teams competing. Roger Dreyer was second high individual in the contest. Members taking part in the contest in addition to the above were Robert Fritz, Tom Ulses and David Kollasch. Name New Priest For Whittemore Rev. Philip J. Dailev has been assigned to St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore by Bishop Jpseph M. Mueller of the Sioux Cily diocese. He will succeed Rev. William Veit, pastor at Whittemore for the past 27 yeai%, who is retiring. Father Dailey is presently serving as pastor of St. Joseph's parish at Wall Lake. He is a graduate of Loras college, Dubuque, and St. Paul Seminary, St. Paul, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7284 April Term, 1957 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry W. Kohlhaas, Deceased, dated March 30, .1951. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 26th day of August, 1957, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algoaa, Iowa, August 13, 1957. 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