The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1965 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1965
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«»»*, (la.) Upptr DM M*lm thur.d« T , July M, 19«S «,!„.. ,f M0 ° ls llere - TlK en l"prise pictured above was located at the corner ol Call and Thorlagton Streets last week. Smine up 5? ulasses of Kool-Ald were Die* FamU Farreu - M All Roads Seem To Lead To Sexton Area SEXTON - This year, all raods are leading to Sexton as the community continues to attract Interesting visitors from distant points. Arriving at the Jack Wed- erqulst home for a three-week visit are Mr. and Mrs.Domlngos Cecllio and Kevin and Donna Marie of Beverly, Mass, and Mrs. Clarence Lane of Gloucester, Mass. Mrs. Cecilio and Mrs. Lane are sister and mother of Mrs. Wederquist. The visitors left the east on Friday and arrived here Saturday evening which certainly proves the efficiency of the new turnpike roads for long distance driving. For the information of curious local residents, Mr. Cecilio is of Portuguese descent as it'has been difficult to connect his dark complexion and "Massachusetts" accent to his ancestry. His mother is spending the summer in her native Portugal as she does most years. - o - • As each year brings more visitors from farther away than Algona the need for proper identification signs at each side of®* Sexton- becomes more obviousW. This week two young men with some connection with civil aeronautics and a bucket of yellow paint identified the town for low flying planes. They left a bright Sexton sign on the roof of the Klrschbaum garage and a yellow sign on the other side of the roof. This is all very nice for any future flying visitors, but it still doesn't identify the town for high flying cars. Sexton continues to draw former residents back for quick visits each summer. Marie Gienetz, on her way to her home in Minnesota from a California trip, made a stop at the Art Klein home and they spent an , afternoon with Mary McMahon. Former residents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson of Ft. Dodge, called at the August Klrschbaum home and also visited friends in the' Wesley area. Another visitor Sunday came only from Algona, but it was quite a trip as Sam Prew, son of the Don Prews, rode his bicycle all the way out and back. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Maharas of Sioux Falls, South Dak. spent some vacation time here at the Don PeCoys if working in the bean field at the Leander Seefeld farm could be called a vacation, Just when it seemed Nell Op- helm would parish from loneliness her grandson Douglas Op- helm and his mother Mrs. Alfred Opheim of Sioux City dropped in to save the day. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hovey and family are home from what was almost a perfect vacation trip to Arkansas. They reached Chillicothe, Mo. on their way back when tragedy struck. While having their lunch there, the family's much loved white Pomeranian dbg was killed, which must have made them forget all the pleasure of the trip. For the first time In 16 years, a Stratton family reunion is being planned for July 25 at the park in Clear Lake. At this time relatives are expected from California, Minnesota, Waterloo, Marshalltown, Mallard and Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum packed a picnic basket last Sunday, but only went as far as the Roland Bode farm for their dinner. Frank Pruisman has left town again after receiving a call to report to the Veterans hospital at Des Moines. He was later transferred to Iowa City for possible repair of an eye ailment. It's not just the kids having accidents this summer as Mrs. Vinnie Laymon burned her arm at her home last week. Another fatal ^accident has brought sorrow to uus community as Mrs. Everett Steven's father, A. Genrich, was struck by a train at his home at LuVerne. Another accident brought.more sorrow-to^MiT r ahd.Mrg • -."" ^ijil«:'*V^N*Vl t A*</*J l «a-'. ~ % •. -' -L Jennings as their grandson, Carol Sabin, son of Leo Sabin and the late Dorothy Sabin, was seriously injured In an auto accident. Jon Wederquist continues to make good progress after his many trips to the hospital in his first four years. He has now been transferred to a doctors care at Mason City, so the long trip to Minneapolis for regular checkup won't be necessary. While on his short vacation here Dick Hansen and Byron helped Roy Hansen take a truckload to Norway, Iowa where they spent the night with Wilford Ward. It's not just youngsters find- Ing jobs this summer. Mrs. Martin Mimbach has taken on an assistant in her regular job at the Hugh Black home and now has Mrs. Frank Pruisman going along to help some days. AXE-HEAL) An old Indian stone axe-head was found und^r some concrete steps which were being removed at the home of. Ed Barnes, Sheldon. The axe-head'weighs about three pounds, is five inches long, over an inch thick about three and one-half inches across and made from hard black stone. In three sides there is a well-ground deep groove, indicating the location where a handle was once fitted and bound. The Indian axe-head is In remarkably good condition, Titonka Honors Bride-To-Be At Shower TITONKA - A miscellaneous shower honoring Barbara Bis- schoff of Council Bluffs, Iowa, bride-to-be of Maurice Sathoff, was held Saturday night, July 10, at the Good Hope Lutheran church, Titonka. Mrs. Edward Brandt was In charge of the guest book. Brenda Brandt announced the program, scripture reading Brenda Brandt, welcome - Thea Dunmire, crowning of the Queen (Barbara Bischoff) by Mrs. Leonard Leeck, Melinda Boyken, Jill Krantz and Cathy Fisher. Presentation of corsages by Mrs. John Stott, recollections of Barbara and Maurice by Mrs. Ted Dunmire, The Ballad of Barbara and Maurice by Luther League girls, tips on cooking for Barbara, on food Maurice likes by the groom's mother, Mrs. Doris Sathoff, Hat Fashion Premiere by Luther League girls with commentary by Verla Brandt, concluded with "Blest Be The Tie That Binds" by Luther League girls, and a prayer by Verla Brandt. Mrs. John Stott escorted Miss Bischoff to the gift table where she was assisted by Mrs. Craig Sathoff and Mrs. Leonard Leeck, Tammy Boehm of Clear Lake, Bonnie Brandt and Pam Ludwig were gift bearers. Miss Bischoff received many lovely and useful gifts. Lunch was served with Mrs. Donald Dallman and Mrs. John Stott pouring. Hostesses for the occasion were Mesdames Edward Boyken, Carl Callies, Donald Dallman, T. A. Dunmire, Frank Fisher, J. K. Hill, Recca Hlppe, J. L. Intermill, Delmore Kinseth, Clifford Krantz, Helen Krominga, Leonard Leeck, Walker McDonald and John Stott. lUiumiiiiiniiiniHRWuiRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwii SWEA-EAGLE By AAr*. Kenneth Brones Jennifer Anderson, daughter of Mr. andjMrsv 'Albert Anderson,and Jfiuet Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Campbell, are attending Bible Camp at Spirit Lake this week. Recent supper guests of the Truman Johnsons were her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bromley, Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Bromley, Fairmont. Randy and Ricki, sons of the Wendell Troffs, St. Paul, Minn., are spending a couple weeks at the home of grandparents, the Martin Geerdeses. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Bishop and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nammer and family. Cedar Falls, were weekend guests at the home of a brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hammer at Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Larson, Bettendorf, became parents of a 7 pound, 13 ounce boy July 7. The other children, Ricky and Suzie, have been at the Art Larsons for the past week. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson. Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Martin are spending the week with the Larsons at Bettendorf. Mrs. Ormal Guinn and Pat attended the funeral of Merlin Rosenberg of Ceylon Tuesday at Armstrong.. Pat and Ronald Pertl sang at the services. Merlin was a member of their confirmation class two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and Richard and Carol Franks attended the Andreason family ANDY WILLIAMS AT STATE FAIR LIFE BEGINS AT 1(00 On The Air MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 6 A. M. - 6 P. M. SUNDAYS - 7 A, M. - 5 P. M. GOOD LISTENING SEVEN DAYS A WEEK KLGA Radio DES MOINES, IA. : One of the brightest stars in the entertainment world, Iowa's own Andy Williams, will appear in person in the Andy Williams Show at the 1965 Indian Heritage Iowa State Fair. With Williams will be the Osmond Brothers, Good Time Singers, Half Brothers, Candy Candido, and the nineteen-piece Peter Palmer Orchestra in five evening performances, Aug. 24-28. reunion at Carroll Sunday along with about 60 relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston and family were Sunday evening callers at the Bill Tokheim home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schauberger and family met Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garry and family of Stewartville at Fairmont Sunday for a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brando and family of Titonka were Sunday evening callers at the Everett Rippentrop home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henricksen and family of Ringsted were other callers. Debby Henricksen of Ringsted spent the past week at the home of grandparents, the Everett Rip- pentrops. Mr. and Mrs. William Tobin and Mrs. Everett Johanson and children were Saturday coffee guests of . the Ole Johansons. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Naugle of Johnstown, Penn. were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Gies and Mrs. Lily Larson of Humboldt was a visitor during the week. Enjoying a barbecue supper " at thf William Gies Monday even- , •*» ingSvere "Mr. and Mrs. William" Gies, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Link and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Link. Everett Johanson returned home from Holy Family hospital at Estherville, where he had been a patient from Monday to Sunday. He was treated for a throat Infection. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Paul and family and Mrs. Albert Paul spent the weekend at Iowa Falls. Saturday evening, they attended the wedding of Mrs. Marlyn Paul's sister, Susan Grupe of Webster City, to Richard Newhall of Radcliff at Alden. Steven Paul was ringbearer and Sandra Paul was a waitress at the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Paul served as hosts at the reception for about 150 persons. The Merlyn Pauls and family and Mrs. Albert Paul att- attended a family picnic at Iowa Falls Sunday. Mrs. Paul of Richmond, Mo. met the Pauls at Iowa Falls and took her mother, Mrs. Albert Paul, home with her to spend a week. ST. JOE A Wagner family gathering was held on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Adeline Wagner and family with a picnic dinner held at noon. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Reding and family from Tempe, Ariz. and John Wagner, Mesa, Ariz., with families attending from Waterloo, Burt, Algona, Livermore and St. Joe, Cards, ball games and visiting was enjoyed in the afternoon with 72 in attendance. Mrs. Frank Reding is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona, having entered Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell entertained her 500 club Thursday. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Wm, B. Devine, Mrs. John B, Reding and Mrs, Tony Becker. Margaret Reidmiller entertains the club August 5, Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Gales returned home Wednesday from several days' visit with relatives and friends ?.*W'itkinsMinn. Dorothy Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, was a visitor here with home folks following 16 months in Caracas, Venezuela where she was employed by the U.S. Government. On her new assignment she will be stationed at Washington D.c. Accompanying her to D.C. for a 2-week vacation were Mildred Bormann and Mary Jane Origer with a short visit en- route with Mr. and Mrs. Joel Bormann and family in Chicago. Barbara Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, returned home Thursday from a 6-week visit with her sister and brotner-m-iaw, Mr.and Mis. Robert Anderson and family, Warren, M.'ch. Accompanying Barbara home were a nephew and niece, Shawn and Amy Anderson, who plan to spend a month here with their grandparents. They came via plane to Minneapolis and were met by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Norma MoGulre. Coleen and Brian McKeown, children of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown, Frontenac, Minn., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and family. John Wagner, Mesa, Ariz., arrived here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner Friday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Fort Dodge, were visitors Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. David McGulre and son have returned from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Isaac, Detroit, Mich., and with other relatives and friends. Rudy Poukka and Don from Mesa, Ariz, were visitors here Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and John. Mr. Poukka is John Wagner's employer. Charlette Patrick left Monday after a visit here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and family, and IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8753 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Sebastian Kramer, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Sebastian Kramer, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 16th day, of July, 1965, the last will.and testament of Sebastian Kramer, deceased, bear- Ing date of the 4th day of February, 1959, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Elizabeth Kramer was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district 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 16th day of July, 1965. Elizabeth Kramer Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Llnnan, Lynch & Straub Attorneys) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication 27th day of July, 1965. (54-55) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8750 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Gary Bormann, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file -them with the clerk of the above named district 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 16th day of July, 1965, Roger Bormann Administrator of said Estate Bode, Iowa Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication 27th day of July, 1965. (54-55) other relatives the past week. Miss Patrick is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patrick of Jamesport, Long Island, New York. Mr. and Mrs. J.J.Schumacher and family, Pubelo, Colo., are visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Schumacher is a sister of Mrs. Weydert. Mrs. Delmer Plathe fractured her left wrist in a fall at her home last Tuesday. Mary Alma O'Brien was honored Wednesday evening at a pre-nuptial shower in the Algona Hotel, with relatives and friends from here attending. Miss O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, St. Joe, will be the bride of Ronald Hejlik of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hejlik of Rockwell. The wedding will take place August 7 inSt. Joseph's church. HiimHtllfllllllllllUHDI HOSPITAL NEWS July 13 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Algona, girl, 7 pounds, 11 oz.; dismissed - Mrs. James Fowler and baby, Ottosen; Ezra Blanchard, Mrs. Hazel VI- pond, Mrs. Grace Winter, Rhonda Puffer, Algona. July 14 - Admitted - Mrs. Elizabeth Reding, LuVerne, medical; 0. B. Laing, Algona, surgery; Ronnie Hutzell, Bancroft, accident; dismissed-Mrs.Tho- mas King and baby, Mrs. Hazel Nelson, Lloyd Muckey, Mrs. John Preuschl, Algona. July 15 - Dismissed - William Leisner, Algona; Ronnie Hutzell, Bancroft. July 16 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stoebel, Algona, boy, 7 pounds, 3 oz.; admitted - Ronnie Hutzell, Bancroft, medical; dismissed - Mrs. John Burns and baby, Algona; Mark Bernhard, Fenton. July 17 - Admitted - Dennis Walker, Algona, accident; dismissed, Mrs. Harold Becker and baby, Algona; John Van Hise, Whittemore. July 19 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kenne, Algona, boy 7 pounds, 5 oz.; admitted - Kay Peters, Algona, medical; Ed Smith, Burt, fracture; dismissed - Mrs. Ella Kollasch, Whittemore, Ronnie., Hutzell, Bancroft; Mrs. Mary Mogenson, Bancroft. LOANS ISO (5,000 To Buy a New or Used Car — Summer Needi To Consolidate Debts — Any Purpose Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. 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