Betty Trennry To Be Bride Of Harlon Elbert Mr. and Mrs. G. Donald Trenary of Pocahontas, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, above, of Des Moines, to Mr. Harlan E, Elbert son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert of Corwith, Iowa. Miss Trenary is a graduate of Pocahontas Community High School, has attended College and is now employed with Employers Modern Life Co. in Des Moines, Iowa. Her fiance is a graduate of the Corwith High School and is employed with Roland Hankins in Corwith. The couples wedding date has been set for September 4th. ttfv— ^ S & 4 ftWSV::^ Fenton Chit - Chat Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn and family were Sunday dinner 'guests of Mrs. Elmer Prilipp, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tanla visited Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus, Lone Rock. ' Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland entertained at Sunday dinner in honor of David's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Steve and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley BerklandandTanla, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade a^d^Mrs.. Adela^Meyer, Whitt-' GIDO&Q^ ^h-rOt*) •' r. -r ^'.^* , ; 3 Supi)eFgiQests" of M r . and Mrs. Clarence Wegener Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Austin and girls, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn left February 16 for a trip of several weeks through the southwest. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Mrs. Bruhn' s brother, Hilbert Hantelman of Mankato, and his wife were also there. Mrs. Thompson is a sister of Mrs. Bruhn. The Bruhn's also plan to visit relatives in Tucson and Phoenix. Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wolters of Morristown, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Havens and Juli, Madison, Wisconsin, and Mrs. George jentz were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weiner and family, Buffalo Center, visited Mr. andMrs.Roelf Miller on Sunday. Mrs. Alex Radig spent all day Friday visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Henriksen, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and children, Spencer, spent Friday and Saturday visiting friends and relatives in Fenton. Don Yager and Wayne Stoeber took a train to Chicago Friday, where they spent the weekend visiting the Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Science and Industry. They also went to the National Auto Show at McCormick Place. They returned Sunday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Voetteler visited her brother, Rufus Drew ol Estherville, who is in the Estherville hospital for surgery, 4 Corners Club Plans Fiftieth Anniversary Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met with Mari* Jyn Bjustrom and Irene Bjustrom as co-hostess, on Feb. 11. Roll call was answered by sixteen members. Plans are being made for the 50th anniversary of the club with a dinner planned for April 6 at Van's Cafe. Each member is askedto bring a 50? article of homemade baking and sewing for the March meeting or they will be fined $1.00, The March meeting will be with Irene Holdren, March U, ~<>tty Fisher, co*hostess. BURT NEWS Mr. & Mrs. O. T. Cherland were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. & Mrs. Carl Reynolds. The occasion was to observe Mrs. Cherland's birthday anniversary. S/A Donald Peterson arrived home Friday after completing boot training in the U.S. NAVY at San Diego. He Is spending a leave with his mother, Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill. He will report back to duty March 5. Weekend guests at the parental Mennet Trunkhill home were Mr. & Mrs. Dave Weston and son, Rockford, 111., and Cathy Trunk- hill, Sioux City. Mr. & Mrs. Don Mitchell attended the open house at Odin honoring the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Roy Nordby. Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Trunkhill home were Mr. & Mrs. Dave Weston & Eric, Rockford, 111., Cathy Trunkhill, Sioux City, Mr. & Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill, Charles & Tom Don Peterson & Mr. & Mrs. Richard Trunkhill & Tony. Mr. & Mrs. Willie Schaeller were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. & Mrs. Delbert Schaeller. The former's birthday was observed. Larry Hinckley, Sioux City spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Al Hinckley. John Lovstad, Mankato, visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Ray Lovstad. Mr. & Mrs. F. L. Ryerson left Monday for an extended visit at the home of their daughter & family, the W. J. Crosbys, Cltra, Fla. Mr. & Mrs. Andy Harms, Brenda and Kirk, Pocahontas, spent the weekend at the parental Jesse Harms & Jerry Wiener homes. v M • LONE ROCK V Mrs. A. A. Krutgcr A group of ladles from the church went to the County Home on Tuesday afternoon and conducted a Devotional program for them. Those who went were Mrs. Blanchard, Mrs. LeRoy Bras, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mrs. Clair Bollinger, Mrs. Robert Marlow and Rose Kraft. A program called "Songs of the Cowboy" Is scheduled for 1 Friday night, March 5th, at the grade school here. It will be put on by the six grades and kindergarten and is conducted by the music Instructor LeRoy Bras. The Senior High Sunday school class of the Presbyterian church conducted the evening church services Sunday evening to a capacity crowd. Janet Hammerstrom gave the "Call to Worship," Michael Lee gave a reading "The Lord had ajobforMe," Molly Blanchard rendered a prayer, Judy Kraft a solo, £oel Priebe led the responsive reading Psalm 103, Rodney Jensen gave a reading "One Solitary Life." Linda Knoll the offertory prayer, a song was sung by Susan Blanchard, Jill Blanchard, Mary Madison, JanellNewbrough and Carol Jones, Scripture reading by Allan Marlow, Sermonettes were given by Rachel Hurlburt, Judy Hammerstrom and Gary Rath. Pastor Benjamin Meyer, Minneapolis gave a short talk of teen age experiences in the city. Pastor Pruel rendered the benediction. Cookies and coffee and kool aid were served afterwards by evening circle. Pastor Benjamin Meyer and family, Minneapolis were guests at his parents home the Dick Meyers, Algona, Sunday afternoon and Monday and were guests at the Presbyterian church services conducted by the Senior high school class. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Robert Fortney attended an informal meeting and discussion of the Mariner's Clubs from many area churches Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church in Algona. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson returned home Friday the 19th after spending about 17 days on a trip to the islands of Jamaica, Cur caco, T r inidad and Martinque, The Kenneth Jones family moved into their new home last Saturday which was built just west of the Presbyterian church; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig returned home Tuesday from South Gate, Calif, where they had gone to attend the wedding ol their daughter, Marlys, on Feb. 20th to Norman Usher at the Redeemer Lutheran church in South Gate, This date happened to be the 27th wedding anniversary of her parents. The Radigs visited other relatives in Sacra-^ mento, Los Angeles and Whittier, CaJU. Mrs. Emma Radig, Fenton and the Dr. Henrickson family, Armstrong were Friday evening guests at the Donald Radigs and Thursday, March 4, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Motn««-S Wed. evening guests there v:er? Mrs. Radig's parents, the John Schallins, Fenton. Mrs. Wallace McArthur and her sisiar Vivian Dutton, Burt relumed recently from "a~fiT"flay trip to Illinois and Wisconsin to visit relatives and friends. They also visited a few places of interest in Chicago one day. Mr, and Mrs. Wallace McArthur were Sunday dinner piests of the Carl Browns, Algona. Joe Vollmars were Sunday evening guests of the McArthurs. The Woodrow Pettit family and Mr. and Mrs. John Person were Sunday dinner guests at the Harlan Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard attended an all day school of Instruction for Eastern Star officers, Thursday, at Burt also a luncheon for officers and the instructor, Mrs. Clara Shilts, Algona which was held at Cunningham's Cafe, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. L.Newbrough were initiated as new members Thursday evening. Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the home of her grandparents the Fred'k Sch- ultzs. Mary Hurlburt, Minneapolis spent the weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace entertained Sunday evening in honor of her father, Wm. Rath's birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath and John, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath, Mrs. Leonard Hoist and girls, Mrs. Myrtle Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Elbert and Jim, Algona Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and family, the Dale Wegener family and the Clinton Rath family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mueller and daughter, Aurora, 111. and Gordon Mueller, Milwaukee, were guests of the Ed Blanchards " <4his weekend and were also here for the funeral Saturday of their uncle Wilfred Mueller at Ringsted on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Behrends arrived home Wednesday after spending two and one half weeks in Riverside, Calif, visiting their daughter's family, the Eugene Prults and also Mrs. Behrend's sister Mrs. Everett Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh Cramer and daughter Paula, Albia, spent last week at the home of her parents, the Ervin Wetzels and were here for the funeral of her grandmother, _,.^,,,i,.,. Council Minutat COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met Feb. 24, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook and Baldus. Absent: Pelrce. H. Smith of Wallace & Holland Engr. firm of Mason City, la. gave a report on their study of Lantry Street Storm Sewer Relief. Mr. Smith presented the .Putnam street storm sewer design, which Is one block of storm *^ewer between Locust & Poplar street. This was all referred to the Sewers, Drainage and Sanitation committee by the Mayor for further study and recommendation to the council. Authorized the purchase of 400 ft. of cable for the Sewer and Pipe-line cleaning machine. Moved and seconded that the EC adj. David A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 234.36 Sands, Salary 118.78 la. Stale Bank, Whold . . .43.90 W. Finn, Expenses 14.50 1-33 Assoc., Dues 50.00 Mason Cy. Blueprint, Prints 30.12 NW Bell L Telephone . . . .26.95 NW la. Mayors Assoc., Dues 15.00 Pratt Paper Co., Copy Paper .19.15 STREET Burtis, Salary 150.16 Frambach, Salary 138.40 Helmers, Salary 138.21 Lashbrook, Salary 187.59 Pergande, Salary 179.49 Prew, Salary 157.96 Wlbben, Salary 134.31 E. Skllllng, Labor .... 69.23 W. cook, Labor 38.32 J. Eller, Labor 20.05 la. State Bank, Whold. . .108.00 Ricklefs Ins., Insurance 7.06 Algona Ins. Agency, Insurance 17.66 NW Bell, Telephone . . . .10.50 Sleg Co., Bulbs 7.20 United Bldg. Center, Lumber 14.91 ROAD USE TAX Algona Elec., Wiring . . . .24.74 H. M. Brown Co., Sup. . . . 29.48 Laing's Plbg., Service . . . 15.00 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 226.91 Bulten, Salary 170.68 Gerdes, Salary 147.33 Hutchison, Salary 171.31 Jorgenson, Salary .... .182.18 Rasmussen, Salary . . . .161.56 Elbert, Salary 34.07 Voigt, Salary 161.25 Wllley, Salary 15.00 la. State Bank, Whold . . . 105.90 Trust &. Agency, Pension. .13.94 Ricklefs Ins., Insurance . . 14.12 Algona Ins. Agency, Insurance 8.83 City Clerk, Adv. Cash . . . .1.99 Gopher Shooter's Supply, Targets 12.00 NW Bell, Telephone 31.89 R. Elbert, Services 37.04 Ed M. Feld, Merchandise 102.10 SANITATION Courtney, Salary . . . . Leeck,'Salary .'» .^w, la. State Bankj-Whbia.'. NW Bell, Telephone . . City Clerk, Adv. Cash , SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary Lemkee, Salary la. State Bank, Whold. . City Clerk, Adv. Cash , NW Bell, Telephone . . O'Brien Mfg., Repairs . O. L. Thomas, Subscription .147.76 .200.50 , .20.00 . . 8.72 . 11.85 . .59.93 .12.00 RECREATION Boldrldge, Salary 97.02 la. State Bank, Whold 3.60 City Clerk, Adv. Cash . . . .6.88 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 197.17 Nauholz, Salary 59.15 la. State Bank, Whold. . . .30.30 Trust & Agency, Pension . . 2.28 City Clerk, Adv. Cash . . .0.99 Kenne Signs, Signs 24.40 LENTEN SEASON OF 1965 TOPICS :•:• 1. March 3. Ephesians 2, 1-7. The Need for Atone:•:• ment. « :•:• 2. March 5. Lutheran Day of Prayer, 2 P. M. | 3. March 10. Romans 5, 6-8. The Way of Atone:£ ment. | 4. March 17. Hebr. 2, 14-18. The Price of Atone:'.••. ment. g 5. March 24. 2 Cor. 5, 18-20. The Story of Atone- •jij ment. £ 6. March 31. 2 Cor. 5, 14-17. The Fruits of Atone]:•: ment. :;|: 7. April 7. Rom. 8, 32-39. The Fullness of Atone>:• ment. | AH Services, Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. :•:• 8. April 15, Manudy Thursday, 7:30 P.M. Holy Com:•:': muion. Luke 11, 19-20. "This Do In Remem- :•:• brance of Me I" I 9. April 16, Good Friday, TRE ORE, 12:00-3:00 P.M. :•:• Seven Words of Jesus. $ 10. April 16, Good Friday. 7-.30 P.M. Holy Com- :j:j munion. John 19, 28-30; "It is Finished I" iji: 11. April 18. Easter Sunday. 5-.00 A. M. Jonah 1, •:•: 17, Three Days and Threee Nights." •:•: 8:00 A. M. Matt. 12, 39-40. "Sign of the Prophet •:•: Jonah." | 10:30 A.M. Revelation 5, 9-14. Worthy Is The :£ Lamb. | We Welcome You. I Trinity Lutheran Church :j:i ELM & GARFIELD | Algona, Iowa Illinois Rites, Mary Winkel, Held Saturday Services for Mrs. Ralph Winkel, 64, widely known former resident of Algona, were held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church in Morris, Illinois. Mrs. Winkel passed away Thursday night at the Morris Hospital following a heart attack about one hour before. Mary Edna Sullivan was the daughter of Ed and Mary M. Sullivan. She was born July 30, 1900, at Corwith. Her father died in a farm accident while thrashing grain within a day or two after her birth. Her 'education was received at Algona, where she grew to womenhood. On April 19,1922 she was united in marriage to Ralph Winkel, the wedding taking place at Algona. The couple established their home at Algona, where they resided a number of years, before moving to Morris, Illinois, The home was blessed with four sons and two daughters, Florence, Bernard, Theresa, George, Leo and Duane. Mrs. Winkel's body was brought to the Boughton Funeral Home, Britt, Saturday evening to be in state Sunday. The Rosary was said at the funeral home Sunday evening, and interment took place Monday morning in the family lot at St. Mary'sCemetery, Corwith. Mrs. Winkel is survived by her husband, the children, Mrs. John (Florence) Gollick, Joliet, Illinois, Bernard, Centralia, 111. Mrs. Clyde (Theresa ) Craig, Callao, Missouri, George, Leo, and Duane, Morris, Illinois. 10 Grandchildren. One half brother, Wesley Bellmar, Washington, D.C.; 2 half Sisters, Mrs. Lee (Margaret) Rinehart, Portland, Oregon; Miss Alice Bellmar, Baltimore, Md. In addition to her father, her mother, she was proceeded in death by her step father Fred Bellmar. 60 Juniors Eye Merit Testing Sixty juniors of Algona High have signed to take the National Merit test, Saturday, March* 13, which will be given in the senior study hall in Algona high school. The National Merit Scholarship Program is conducted by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, an independent, non-profit organization -established in 1955. The program combines a nationwide search for talented youth with a number of services designed to increase financial assistance for able students in attending college of their choice. Steer Mining Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst reported this week a steer had been reported missing from the Eldon Brown farm, about four miles north of Fenton. The animal, which has strayed or been stolen, disappeared Feb. 5 Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Alffona Municipal Utilities was held at the Algona Hotel, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 16, 1965 at 12:01 P. M. Present were: Buchanan, Harmes, Bay. T. James Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohl, Sec. The minutes of the meeting of Feb. 2, 1965. were read and approved. Motion by Bay, seconded by Harmes, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan, Harmes, and Bay. Voting "Nay", None. Mot- Ion carried. LIGHT FUND C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co,, Freight $ 200.83 C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co., Freight 240.33 Supt. of Documents, Government Printing Office, Misc 1.25 W. W. Sullivan P. M., postage 64.1C Pay Roll 2,323.34 Milton O. Bilveu, Labor.. 254.79 Mervin Hentges, Labor .. 210.99 Wilbur E. Bruner, Labor 1T5.78 Brian Rike, Labor 161.61 Iowa State Bank, Tax . . . 378.60 Soc. Ser. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax 290.03 Rlcklef's Ins., Ins 58.73 Sinclair Ref. Co., Fuel Oil 5,567.90 C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co., Freight 120.35 Kossuth Oil Co., Gas . . . 62.03 WATER FUND Pay Roll 416.69 Walter D, Peterson, Labor 206.68 Maurice Krebsbach, Labor 162.15 John Wood, Labor 143.60 Iowa State Bank, Tax . . . 86.30 Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Security Tax 61.58 Nortli Cen. Pub. Ser. Co. Gas 202.39 Kossuth Oil Co., Gas . . . 30.42 DEPOSIT FUND Mrs. Jack Ruby et al, Refund 105.00 Next meeting date was set for Mar. 2, 1965 at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Meeting adjourned. /s/ Ira Kohl Secretary /s/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board GOING AROUND IN CIRCLES? If You Are, Can't Say That We Blame You! BUT... A STRAIGHT LINE IS STILL THE SHORTEST DISTANCE BETWEEN 2 POINTS - The Upper Des Moines Reaches An Average Of 5,707 Families Each Issue, Largest Newspaper Circulation In Kossuth County. I - Your Advertising Reaches Not Only The MOST, But With The Advantages Of Offset Printing, Your Ads Can Be Outstanding - AND IN COLOR IF YOU WISH. You Get Results! KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST NEWSPAPER IN KOSSUTH COUNTY'S MOST MODERN AND COMPLETE PUBLISHING PLANT Algona Upper jilomes Phone 295-3535 111 E. Call St.
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