The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1965 · Page 2
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2-Algono (la.) Upper Dei Mo!n»i Tuwday, May 18, 1965 Music Mothers Elect At LuVerne For Next Fall Betty Ford, Bancroft, To Wed Algoncm LU VERNE-The last meeting of the year of the Music Mothers club was held Monday /enlng at the Lu Verne com- .nunity High School with the president, Mrs. Allen Blake, presiding. Election of new officers for years 1965-66 took place. They are president, Mrs. Orville Hurlburt; vice president, Mrs. Melvin Marty; secretary, Mrs. John Pergande; and treasurer, Mrs. Charles Hanselman. Mrs. Blake was hostess and served refreshments. Mrs. Amy Mines of Tama visited her nephew Bert Ramus, and family Monday, Mrs. Hines was enroute to Redwood Falls, Minn., where she was Joined by a sister, Mrs. Esther Ballard, on a trip to Canada. They went to visit their sister, Mrs. Mary Studer, who is seriously 111. Mrs. Georgia Barton is a medical patient in Mercy Hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sam Hanks, the former Alice Hedrick of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hedricks. Mr. Hanks accompanied her and went to Indianapolis, Indiana, to help with the Memorial Day stock car races. He was National winner of racps several years ago. Mrs. Jess Londebak, Lu Verne, was taken by ambulance to the Lutheran Hospital at Fort Dodge Friday for medical treatment. Mr. Londebak has been a medical patient there since April 22. A Vacation Bible School Training Clinic for teachers was held Tuesday in the Algona Methodist Church. Attending from Lu Verne were Mrs. Donald Marty, Mrs, Harold Wolf, Mrs. Allen Blake, and Miss Beth Neat. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Cord were week-end visitors of their children in Des Moines. They are the new owners of the "Village Pump." Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Mr. William Goetsch, Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Duane Neal, Mrs. Carl Swanson attended a conference meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service in the Methodist Chuch in Webster City. There were 754 registered for the all day meeting and noon luncheon. The Biddies and Kiddles 500 card club were guests of Mrs. Herman Schulz Tuesday afternoon. At play, high, Mrs. Larry Henerson; low, Mrs. Jerry Stille; nine bid Mrs. Jessie Stripling, and travel, Mrs. Charles Hinz. Guest players were Mrs. -Hinz Mrs. Stripling and Mrs. Douglas Holmes. Taking a pre-college test by the American College Testing program Saturday in Fort Dodge irom the Lu Verne Community School were Jane Hanselman, Elaine Schnakenberg.TomErpeld- ing, Earl Will, inerd Martinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz attended the funeral of their aunt. Mrs. George Hood, in St. OlaTs Lutheran Church in Bode Tuesday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy were his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Collins, Humboldt, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helnkel, aid her grandmother, Mrs. Sula Frantt, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch visited Sunday InPocahontaswith her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Elbert. Mrs. William Goetsch of Lu- Verne, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jack Sykes of Livermore, went Friday, April 30. to Sioux City. They will visit their daughters the Jon Putnams and Sheryl Goetsch. Mrs. Goetsch goes for a check up on the arm she injured several months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Prior of Storm Lake are the parents of a nine pound, two ounce son born Monday, April 26, 1965. He will be called, William, after his grandfather, William Prior, of Lu Verne and the late, Mrs. William "Peg" Prior. They have another son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter, stationed in Hawaii, are the parents of an eight pound, three and one half ounce son, David Paul, born Monday, April 19, 1965. They have a daughter and two other sons. Mrs. Por- 'ter, former Margaret Ellifritz, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz, Lu Verne. Mr. Porter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter, St. Louis, Mo., formerly of Fort Dodge. The final Scotch Double Bowling Party was held Sunday evening at the Lu Verne Lanes. First place, Virginia Sorensen and Harding Hansen; second place, Mary Skogmo and Ben Hefty. Others were Kay Henerson and Cecil Williams; Cecile Schipull and Myron Hinz; Shirley Schnetzer and Joe Henderson; and Sally Prior. Seasons Scotch Double All Over Champions were first place, Lola Hippen and Dr. John M. Skogmo; second place. Verlaine Johnson and Bill Hippen. They received trophies. Others were Everett Schipull and Bea McCurry; Betty Hansen and Chuck Sorensen; Harding Hansen and Joyce and Dick Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinz. Liv- errnore visited Sunday with her nephew the Gerald Ramus family. The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman visited Wednesday and Thursday in Le Mars with their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hlndman. student* at Westmar College. They went to attend a piano recital Wednesday evening In which Mrs. Keith Hindman is majoring In music appeared. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Dimler have returned from a months vacation spent in Las Vegas, Nevada, with their eldest daughter, Shirley, the Fred Pfelffer family. Enroute going and returning from the trip they visited their youngest daughter, the Don Irey family in Clarence, Iowa. Miss Linda Agard, Fort Dodge, visited Saturday with her parents, the Ray Agards and brother Gary. An item of interest noted was the announcement of the approaching marriage of Mary Ann Sornson, daughter of Mrs. Charles Sornson of Kimballtoo and the late Donald Sornson, August 14, to Donald W. Spooner, son of Mr. and Mrs.Maynard Spooner, Fort Dodge, formerly of Lu Verne. The bride-elect es associated with the Lutheran Campus Ministry at Madison, Wisconsin. Her fiance teaches at Lake Forest, Illinois. Miss Margene Merkle, senior at Westmar College. Le Mars, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. William Stell visited Sunday afternoon in Thor with Mrs. Nelle Biegger, living with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Me be r mot t and family. They are tenants on the farm of Mrs. Biegger south of Lu Verne. They report Mrs. Biegger, 86, is enjoying good health. She has Just returned from spending March and April with Mrs. Angeline Knutson in Charles City. They also report Mr. McDermott convalescing from recent surgery and hospltallzatlon. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith of Clear Lake were Sunday guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith. Their small daughter, Lisa, visited Friday to Sunday with her grandparents. Afternoon callers In the Lester Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin tolling. Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs. Sanfora Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom of Renwick. $137 In Cancer Funds Collected - FENTON - Mrs. George O. Jorgenson, cancer drive chairman for the town of Fenton, reports that $137.65 was collected this year. Those helping with the house-to house canvass were Mrs. Robert Burkgren, Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Curtis Lura, Mrs. Arno Juhl, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, and Mrs. Harlan Mueller. Mrs. Jorgenson wishes to thank all who contributed for making the Fenton Cancer Drive such a success this year. BETTY FORD Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ford of Bancroft announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty La von, to Joseph H. Heinen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen of Algona. Miss Ford is employed at Schwen's Ice Cream Co. at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. Heinen is presently stationed with the Navy at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A June 19 wedding is planned. Boy Staters Picked At Ledyard LBDYARD - Fred Munyer has been chosen by the Matzener -Estle American Legion Post here to bo its delegate at Boys State in June. Fred, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Munyer, Sr., la active in baseball, basketball, band and chorus. He is member of the Methodist church. James Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, was chosen to be his alternate. He la active in school activities, is treasurer of the Youth Fellowship of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church, and is active in 4-H work. He has been a member of the Grant Hustlers Club for the past seven years, Swea City School Hires Instructor SWEA CITY - The Swea City Community school board has hired Thomas Dawson of Oelweln to coach track, assist In football and teach social studies and physical education for the coming year. Dawson has a major in social studies and minor in physical education from State College of Iowa. H« is married and will move to Swea City in August. The position of vocal Instructor is still open at Swea City. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET PAST RESULTS Swea City Chooses Boy Staters SWEA CITY - The Swea City American Legion announced the selection of Charles Stewart and Ommund Skaar by the Legion and Lions Club as representatives to Hawkeye Boys' State In June. Alternates are Duane Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Larson and LeRoy Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Larsen. Charles la the son of Supt. and Mrs. Edward Stewart. He has been active In all sports, was freshman vice president and president of the sophomore class. He Is vice president of the Lettermans club and a member if the National Honor Society. Ommund Is the son of Mrs. Lars Skaar and the late Mr. Skaar. He la active In basketball, vocal groups, and serves on school newspaper and the annual staffs. He was In the Junior class play, la on student council, la a member of National Honor Society and vice president of sophomore class. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs. Millie Thomas of Ft. Dodge was a weekend guest at the Raymond Wehrspann home. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Iverson home at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schtnid- gall of Morris, Minn, were Monday coffee guests at the Victor Ban warts. Stephen Evenson is now work- Ing for Humboldt county. He works out of Bode on the roads of the county. James Fowler came home from Des Moines Friday having completed a two week training course in insurance. Kelly, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson, who was born March 17, is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Ralph Davie of Afton, Okla., Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Tami and Lori, and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland visited Mrs. Marie Stoddard at Eagle Grove Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme left Thursday to spend a week at the home of their daughter, the Roger Madsens at Laramie, Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Henningsen of Rolfe were Sunday guests at the Lenhard Holden home. Sunday night the guests showed pictures of their trip to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Others who came to see the pictures were Mrs. Clara Solbert, Oliver Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten, Gilbert Holden, Martin Michaelson and Henry Holden of Valley City, No. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann and Mrs. Millie Thomas NEW BARGAIN RATES ON LONG DISTANCE GALLING New reductions make rates on many Long Distance calls lower than ever- now you can enjoy a pleasant family chat at reduced rates every night after 6 o'clock and all day on both Saturday and Sunday! Why not catch up on family news by Long Distance. It's the next best thing to being there. New lower rates all day Saturday! You can now make a 3-minute station-to-station call to anywhere in the continental United States (except Alaska) for $1.50 or less all day Saturday to 8 p.m. (These rates also apply between 6 and 8 p.m. on weekdays.) Even lower rates all day Sunday! Take advantage of the lowest rates of all you can now call anywhere in the continental United States (except Alaska) for $1.00 or less all day Sunday. (These rates also apply from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. weekdays and Saturdays.) R«tt» thown plui In. Northwestern Bell ENJOY A CALL TONIGHT of Ft. Dcdge visited Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann at Aurelia Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann will celebrate her eighty-eighth birthday May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and children spent Sunday at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Bell at Red Oak. Mrs. Bell also celebrated her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius attended the senior class play at Stratford Tuesday night. Their grandson, Marvin Lee, had a part in the play. Mrs. Essie Cooper visited at the Ralph Cooper home at Sutherland from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg and family were Friday night visitors at the Mike Hinz home at LuVerne. Mrs. Leona Warrior and Shirley Grant of Iowa Falls were Sunday callers at the Ralph Richards home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Daniel and family of Boxholm and Mr. and Mrs. Conley Daniel and family of Des Moines and Margaret Holt were Sunday dinner guests at the Loren Daniel home. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson were Sunday guests at the Dean Nllges home at Sumner. Earl Olson went to Iowa City Friday in preparation for heart surgery May 12. Mrs. Olson and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman of LuVerne will go to Iowa City Tuesday to be with him. Mrs. Gene Waltman is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital. Fairville Aid Hears Pastor The Walther League of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville, elected officers last Thursday evening. The new president is Kay Wiener, vice president Cherilyn Kerber, secretary; Del- ana Voetteler; treasurer, Linda Schmeling; and Christian growth chairman, Renee Hantelman. Rev. Clifford Bliss of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville, will be the Baccalaureate speaker at Cylinder High School on May 16, at 8:00 p.m. Confirmation held Sunday, May 16, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, with a class of seven becoming com- municant members. Those In the class are Carl Priebe, Nick Mueller, Nancy Geitzenauer, Gary Elmers, Michael Jackson, Colleen Menz, and Linda Kracht. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. Goodwill Truck At Fenton FENTON - The Good Will Truck will stop at the Fenton Methodist Church on May 24, to pick up donations of repairable clothing, jewelry, buttons, and small household articles. Contributions can be left in the church basement before that date. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8701 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TOCRED- ITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Walter M. Hall, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of May, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bear- Ing date the 9th day of February, 1965, was admitted to probate In the above named 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 10th day of May, 1965. L. H. Klein, Executor of said Estate Wesley, Iowa Winters National Bank&Trust Co. 40 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorney (a) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 18th day of May, 1965. (36-37) DISASTER? Disaster comes in many forms .. . flood, hurricane, earthquake, even crashing planes. Are you sure your present insur- ance gives you adequate coverage against these unexpected tragedies? We can help you select the best possible policy for your complete protection. BLOSSOM INSURANCE PHONE 295-2735 ALGONA, IPWA Congratulations Burt Seniors ROBERTA ACKERMAN Beauty School MARY HARMS Work JEAN MESCHER College JUDY CHERLANO Beauty School DAVID KOHLHAAS Farm AUGUST SANKEY Work RICHARD GEBKER Iowa State U. DEAN LARSEN Farming PATRICIA WQI.TZ Secretary DAVID HARMS Work ROBERTA. 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