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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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1—Alotma, (la.) Upper DM Molntt Thursday, March 11, 196S I Real Estate Transfers I Sherry Boyken Bartlett, Arthur W. & lola to Eloulse H. Stoddard 2-19-65 Hill A Hall's Add. Lots 5 A 6 hlk 5; Titonka, Chlpman, C.B. A Edith V. to Ruth 0. Peterson 2-18-65 O.P. lot 9, blk 6; Burt. Emanuel, Charles (Unmarried) to Otmar E. Fischer etux 2-18-65 So. ii)U ol W16' oi Lot li; & i». iuu' of E. 74' of Lot 13 In A. P. of SW1/4 17-95-27. Hough, Frances R., SGL., Mary Ann, sgl.; John P. & Jeanette Hough to Martin Frideres 2-17-65 E 1/2 W 1/2 & NW 1/4 NW 1/4 A pt of W 1/2 SW 1/4 lying E. of D D No 83 5-95-29. Kephart, Myrtle, sgl. to Ronald D. & Marion H. Meyer 2-18-65 of OL 7 of Aud. subdiv. of OL 7 to 10 Lots 4 A 5 First Add., ^axota. Purvis, James N. A Joan, Silver Purvis, sgl.; George G. A Evelyn Purvis to Martin Frideres 2-17-65 E 1/2 W 1/2 A NW 1/4 NW 1/4 A that pt. of W 1/2 SW 1/4 lying E. of Drainage Ditch No. 83 5-95-29. Rlchman, Willis W. A Marilyn N. to Louis C. Duddlng et ux 2-19-65 Call's Add. lot 5 blk 221; Algona. Wubben, Donald G. A Wllma Van Hove to Helen Boyken 2-17-65 E 1/2 O.P. lots 7 A 8 blk 4; Titonka. Wyer, A.F., Exec, to Wesley E. Pirslg 2-19-65 NW frl 1/4 A W 1/2 NE frl 1/4 10-100-28. Boever, Norman A. A Elizabeth C. to Farmers A Traders Sav. Bk. 2-10-65 0. P. lot 9 blk 8; Bancroft. Diers, George M. A Gertrude A. to Farmers A Traders Sav. Bk. 2-11-65 Wl/2 Morehouse's Add. lots 4 A 5 blk 2j Bancroft. Hill, Alice A Julius to Eqult. Life Assur. Soc. of the U. S. 2-15-65 SE1/4 7-90-29. Koolhaas, Alfred K. A Ethel M. to Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 2-11-65 SW 1/4 A S 1/2 S 1/2 NW 1/4 33-95-27. Loss, Stephen L. A Vlrgie to Eqult. Life Assur. Soc. of the U. S. 2-15-65 SE 1/4 21-96-28 & N 1/2 NE 1/4 23-96-28. Pannkuk, John A. A Grace to Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 2-1565 W 1/2 SW 1/4 exc. see rec.; 15-98-27 NW 1/4 NW 1/4 22-9927. Perclval Mtrs., Inc. to la. St. Bk., Algona 2-16-65 Wellen- dorfs aad«riAddt Lots'ly B v $ 3 ^^ ^' uN&'VSWiprPs 2nd,;Add. lot 14 blk 1;'Algona. •* *** Peterson, Rudolph E. A Edna to S. C. St. Bk. 2-16-65 Lot 5 Blk 18 A E 1/2 Richmond's End Add. lot 6 blk 18; Swea City. Sands, Stanley R. & Agnes to The Sec. St. Bk. 2-15-65 N 1/2 O. P. lot 4 blk 56; Algona. Schmidt, Bernard A Laura to The Prudential Ins. Co. of Am, 2-15-65 W 1/2 NW 1/4 25-9730 A E 1/2 E 1/2 NE 1/4 2697-30. Hutchison, Helen M. (life tenant) Ted M. & Susan S. Hutchison; Thomas R. Sell A Con. -Hutchison et al to Lucille Hutchison 5/7 int. A D, C. 2/7 int. Undiv. 1/4 int. in W 1/2 28-97-28 A NE 1/4 NE 1/4 29-97-28 E 1/2 SE 1/4 except see rec.; 20-97-28. Hutchison, Helen M., sgl. to Helen Sue Carroll, Ted M. Hutchison; Thomas R. Hutchison 2-2-65 Undiv. 1/4 int. in N 1/2 NE 1/4 21-94-29. Hutchison, Helen M., sgl. to Lucille Hutchison, D. C. Hutchison 2-1-65 Undiv. 1/4 int. W 1/2 28-97-28 A NE 1/4 NE 1/4 29-97-28 E 1/2 SE 1/4 exc. see rec.; 20-9728. Hutchison, Helen M., sgl. to Helen Sue Carroll, Ted M. Hutchison A Thomas R. Hutchison 2-2-65 Lot 3 in Fisher Estate In N 1/2 NW 1/4 14-95-29. Lynch, Mrs. Hannah to Clarence Blome 2-4-65 W 25' Lots 6 blk 6; Ledyard. Wiegman, Jean A Lucille to John Wiegman, Rachel Wiegman Evans; Janice Wiegman Stelzer 2-3-65 W 1/2 NW 1/4 3199-29 W 1/2 A E 1/2 36-99-30. Bruhn, Wm. A Janice to Wm. Bruhn et ux 2-4-65 Hantelman's 2nd Add, Lot 9 A 10 blk 1; Fenton. Hamilton, Gertrude, widow to John A Kathryn Hamilton 2-965 0. P. Lots 11 blk 10; Titonka. Logan, Vern A. A Margie L. to Vern A. Logan 2-8-65 Western Town Lot Go's First Add. lots 4, 5 A 6 blk 17 to & Re- subdiv. of OL 1 A 2; Bancroft. Recker, Helen M., sgl. to Clyde M. Eckhart et ux 2-4-65 0. P. Lot y D1K 8; Bancroft. Schiltz, John W,, sgl. to Joe Ford A Camilla E. 2-8-65 Call's So. Add. Lot 4 blk 1; Bancroft. Wood, John, sgl. to Idela Patterson, .sgl. ,2-,8-65 S 56' of Call'? State St.' Add lots 3 A 4 blk $8; Algona. Burt, Town of to Carl Hoernke 2-3-55 Strip of law* 33' wide along So. side Convey of OL 7; Strip of land 33' wide along E. side of OL 7; Strip of land 33' wide along Nor. side of OL 7; Burt. 27 New Cars, Trucks Sold In Past Week i wenty-stv«n new venicles were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Volgt this week. Owners are: Chevrolet - D. W. Ferguson, Bancroft, truck; J. A. Camp, Algona, truck; Lotts Creek Cheese Factory, Lone Rock; J. W. Kaln, Algona; Rolland or Christina Baxter, Lone Rock; E. J. Klsch, Algona; L. J. Meyer, Fenton; C. T. Williams, Algona; and Howard or NaDiene Stillman, Algona. Ford - R. H. or Ida Peter, Burt; T. J. Sanftner, Swea City, pickup; 0. M. or Frances Zaugg, West Bend; S. J. McCleish, Lone Rock; H. E. Fischer, Swea City; and D. P. Puffer, Algona. CMC - E. E. Schutjer, Wesley. Plymouth - J. W. Weber, Whittemore; J. J. and Patricia Klemm, Algona; and William or Judith Eisenbacher, Algona. Chrysler - Orval or Virginia Fuchsen, West Bend; Bauer Imp. Co., Wesley; and L. G. Kenyon, Algona. Olds - Welps Hatchery, Bancroft. Rambler - H. A. Graham, Whittemore. Volkswagen - Janet E. Venzke, Algona. Mercedes - Benz - Directory Service Co., Algona. Mercury - Taylor Motor Co., Algona. Texas has 'iou aircraft landing fields and heliports. The Greek merchant fleet totals 7,312,000 tons. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Boyken of Titonka announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sherry Denise, and Donald Terry Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sullivan of Waverly, Iowa. April 25th is the wedding date chosen by the couple. Orville Smiths Of Wesley Are Wed 40 Years WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary Feb. 28 with open house at the Methodist church from 2 to 5 Rose Render and Orville Smith were married at Mason City Feb. 28, 1925. They were attended bu Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jacobson. The honored couple have been rural area residents since their marriage. The have retired, but live on the farm house south east of Wesley, which they bought from tne Dollman estate 25 years ago. Their four children were hosts for the occasion. They are Mrs. (Pearl) George Gremmer and Glen Smith, both of Wesley, Mrs. (Shirley) James Kuckenreuther of Marshalltown and Mrs. (Joyce) James Nielson of Rochelle, 111. The Smiths have 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. John Paulson had charge of the program and read a brief history of the Smith family.Mrs. Geo. Ostercamp and Mrs. Orville Wetland sang two numbers and Rev. H. U. Smith talked. Neighborhood Birthday club served lunch. Mrs. Mary Jacobsen of Forest City and Mrs. Rose Iverson of Chicago poured at the tea table. -o- BUY BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Al Loebig have purchased the drug and cafe business from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lickteig and following redecorating will operate Just a cafe in that portion of the building, -o- LAW GRADUATE Tom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lael F. Root, graduated Jan. 29 from Georgetown University Law Center. He was a member of the Capitol Police Force in Washington D.C. while at the University. He and his wife Sharon and their children, Catherine and Tom Jr. came Feb. 25 for a visit in the parental home. Their future plans are Indefinite, -o- CHILDREN VISIT P. C. Haynes is recuperating from surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Six of their eight children have been with him at various times during his hospitalization. Pearly Haynes Jr. of of Ft. Worth, Texas came March 1 for a week's stay. Mrs. R. Sauc- che of Eau Clalr, Wis. spent Feb. 27 to March 3 witlr, her father, Mrs. Steve Howard of Shenandoah, Irvin Haynes of Brighton, and Mrs. Bill Hood of Algona spent several days with him. Mr. HfcyMft pUu to enter the Brltt re«t home for ft time when released from the hospital, -o- Ruth Lickteig's Beauty salon will be closed from March 15 to 23 inclusive. She plan* to visit friends In Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madsen, returned Thursday from three weeks in Florida. Methodist circles will meet March 17 atthe Geo. Ostercamp, Glen Gabrielson and Richard Madsen homes. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Relling and sons were Feb. 28 guests in the Gayle Studer home in Algona. Weekend guests In the Studer home were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Johnson of Cold Water, Minn, formerly of Wesley and Britt. Birthdays celebrated recently in the Studer home were the 5th birthday of Jeffrey March 5, the 10th birthday of Patrick Feb. 22, and the 12th birthday of Janet Lee. Mary Jo Becker, Helen and Reuben Skow, Bob Boleneus and Francis Hildman were among the 37 young 4-H junior leaders who attended the 3-day winter at the State 4-H camp center recently. Mrs. Mary Bluml was brought home March 4 from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been two weeks for medical care of head injuries sustained in a fall on ice near the St. Josephs parsonage, where she is housekeeper. Cletus Stalzer and Pat Rasmussen were recently re-elected board directors of the Hancock County Dairy Improvement Association. Gordon Glddings arrived home Feb. 25 from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had surgery. Relatives Of Algerians On World Tour Word has been received by relatives of Mr. and Mrs. John McCaffrey of Woodland Hills, Cal. they they and their sons, Jim and John, sailed March 3 on the SS Iberia from San Pedro, Cal., beginning a trip around the world. Mrs. McCaffrey is the BIG SPRING McKESSOJV vn \IIA\IA 31 DAYS IN MARCH* [WHILE SUPPLY LASTS, FREE PEN SET] Here's your big chine* to save 3 way* — on Baxel Vltimlni for thi family, on extra special offer* and on FREE glftl Read about tha amazing specials on Bexel...see tha wonderful gift* for tha horn* practically at giveaway prices... read about the FREE glftl Rush to your nearest drug store lilted below and get FREE Bexel • coupon book! THE COUPONS IN THIS BOOK REPRESENT SAVINGS UP TO S69.91. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT NOWI *4.33*OFF (tconimy tin) BEXEL VHP Very High Potency Vltimln a, Mlntril Cipiulu Llbinl quintltln of thi Im- portint Vltimlni ind Mln- •Mill 25,000 USP unlti Of D, 7.5 mil. of Vltimln Bi ind Bi, 100 mf. of Nlicliumldi, 5 met. of Vltimln Bu. 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HMl UK. BtOSBMAMV Bfiuty Oil Mist Only *O* Rlf. f I.W iMtrty all tor b«» «r ihowir. Soothii, loftim dry Uut ikln. Why ui* bioy olli for dry (kin, whin you em lit th li PUSH 'BUTTON IOMVCN- IENCI. Try UI Iktiulv Oil' All of these special values can be obtained with coupon* from free book available at any druggist listed below. Remember coupons In the book represent savings up to 1 69.911 GH YOUR f«£f COUPOH BOOK TODAY AT: Rusk Drug & Jewelry ^^^^ ^^^^^| ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^l^i^..^ — ^M^I^A. former Mary Helen McEnroe of Algona. Their first stop Is Honolulu, On their return from London they will sail on the Queen Mary, bringing with them a station wagon previously arranged for, arriving in New York May 25. Enroute to their home they will stop in Chicago and Algona to visit friends and relatives, arriving home about June 7. ^f^m^HB^r^^^BFr*^^^^^*^^**^ "^^ • ^ ~ LONE ROCK Mm A. A. Krutf«r Ronald Behrends, Redwood Falls, Minn., spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the Richard Behrends. Legion Auxiliary will meet March 10 at 2 o'clock. The Auxiliary will sponsor a card party March 11 at 8 o'clock. Everyone is welcome. U. P. W. of the Presbyterian church will meet March 11. Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Farmer, LeMars, are the parents of their first boy and they have named him Jody Dean. He was born Feb. 10. He has two sisters. Mrs. Farmer is the former Wanda Schrader. Mr. and Mrs. E rick Seegebarth and Mr. Dell Marlow left Friday for Redfield, S. D. to the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Harms and to attend the funeral for Mrs." Harms' father-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. AndrewThomsen returned home Sat. from a month's trip to Phoenix, Ariz. While there they had living quarters near Ralph Thompsons, Algona, who are still in Phoenix, but will be returning soon. En- route home, the Andrew Thorn- sens spent four days at the home of their son Kenneth and family at Creston. Minor Mishap A 2-car accident at the Intersection of Oak and Wooster streets here Saturday afternoon resulted in a charge of failing to yield the right-of-way ; William Vaske of Algona." auto and a car driven by Gerald Haage, Forest City, collided, re. suiting in an estimated $535 damage, according to local police who investigated. "wrestler Steve Klein of Alden is the new heavyweight champion arnon? state class A tngn scnooi <vrest- lers. Last year was his first year in wrestling and he compiled a 22-2 season then; this year he won all 25 of his matches ., —. . "0. ST. PATRICK'S DAY SMORGASBORD) SUNDAY, MARCH 14 St. Cecelia's Mnl| — Algona SERVING FROM 3 TO 7:30 P. M. Hams •:- Roast Beef •:• Swedish Meat Balls Sponsored by C. D. of A. Adults $1.50 Children Under 12 - 75e STRONG CHURCHES... Make Strong Communities "So also good deeds are conspicuous; and even when they are not, they cannot remain hidden." —1 Timothy 5:25 Good deeds are conspicuous. If we look about us, examples are everywhere — the good work being done by churches, schools, clubs and associations, and, people helping people. We must look if we are to see. More conspicuous perhaps, is the good deed performed by the millionaire, who donates a g'gan- tic sum of money to a worthy charity or institution. This is the kind of thing that makes headlines. There are also the little things. We aren't conspicuous about it when a friend asks for a helping hand or when we do something to help make life a bit brighter for someone less fortunate than ourselves! We shall never make headlines with these little things ... but faith in God assures us that someone knows and someone cares. Read your BIBLE daily and OO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Strvlce Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Man and Boyt POST MOVING and STORAGE local & Long Distance Phon« 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI'BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr, METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Topi* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks - Firestone Tlrei - Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bids, Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algong, Ipwa SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORi The Shoe Store That Takes Care pf Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Ipwa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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