The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1965 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1965
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Name Weisbrod Commander Of L- Rock Legion LONE ROCK-The annual election of officers of the American Legion was held this month and the following were elected: Commander - Maurice Weisbrod; vice commander - Dale Wegener; adjutant - Roger Lang; finance officer - Bernard Miller; Sgt. at-arms - Arlo Hansen; historian, Roy Jensen; chaplain, Angus Cotton; service officer, Bernard Pettit. Allan Luedtke reported on his trip to boy's state as a representative of the Kerr-Hammerstrom post. - o - KICKED BY PONY Little Jim Lynch, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch, was kicked by a Shetland pony Friday. His front teeth and jawbone were injured and several stitches were taken in his chin. - o - SHOWER HONORS A miscellaneous shower was held Sat. evening in honor of Karon O'Donnell, Mankato, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, at the Legion hall. A reading was given by Mrs. Lyle Marlow, a song by Mrs. Wm. Marlow, accompanied by Mrs. Wilfred Radig. Her sisters, Linda and Mrs. Jerry Smith, Omaha, and Pam Studermannand Kathy Jeska, Mankato, helped her with her gifts. Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona, poured at the tea table. Karon's mother-in-law to be, Mrs. F. T. Storjohann, Jamesville, Minn, was a guest. Hostesses included Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mrs. Arnie Behrends, Mrs. Erwin Wetzel, Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt, Mrs. Leon Kremer, Minneapolis, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Wm. Marlow, Miss Georgia Marlow, Mrs. Donald Radig, Mrs. Leonard Warner, Mrs. Dick Krapp, Miss Kathy O'Donnell, Mrs. Gerald Erpelding, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Mary Flaig, Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. Walter Sorenson. Mr. andMrs.HarlanBlanchard and Jonathan attended an Eastern Star picnic Sunday at Crystal Lake. The Gene Blanchard family, Spencer, and the Delbert Blanchard family were Sunday guests at the Edw. Blanchard home. Jack Quinns have received Thursday, July 22, 1965 Alflona, (la.) Upo«r DM Kracht, and Mrs. Lewis Breese, Mrs. Elmer Hanlsch, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mrs. Robert Binzen, Mrs. John Hovey, Mrs. Sill Bernhard, Mrs. Leo Crowley, Mrs. Russell Kauffman, Mrs. Gene Bollig, Mrs. Claude Johnson, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, and Mrs. Ervln Votteler. Colleen Smith and George Owens of Galesburg, HI., will be married on August 21 at the St. John's church at Des*Moines. Lakotans On Eastern And Southern Trip LAKOTA - Ur. and Mrs. P. C. Geilenfeldt and daughter Gloria and Mrs. Amelia Koppen left early Monday morning for Washington, D.C. and points last. While in Washington they will visit Dr. and Mrs. Paul Brandly who Is chief Staff Officer of Biological Sciences, they plan to go to Charlotte, North Carolina to visit Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Brooks Buchanan. Dr. Buchanan is ft surgeon at the Charlotte memorial hospital, and his wife 1* th* former Jan Koppen, daughter o* Mr. and Mrs.Clarence K.Koppw of Charleston, South Carolina* They will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Koppen In Charleston South Carolina, Clarence Is Mrs. Gellenfeldt'ft brother and the son of Mrs. Amelia Koppen. Paul Geilenfeldt Jr. of Mankato State College was a weekend via- Hor at the home of his parents this past week. Gary Geilenfeldt who works for Everds road construction for the summer was also home over the weekend. Gary will attend Mankato State this fall. Top Industrie! The five leading Industrie* in number of employees In the U.S. in 1963, according to preliminary statistics from the Census Bureau's 1963 study of Industry were: food and kindred products, 1.64 million; transportation equipment, 1.6 million; electrical ma* chinery, 1.47 million; machinery except electrical, 1.46 million; and apparel, 1.3 million. Pictured above are the Red Sox of the American League, coached by Don Higgs. They are, front row, left to right - Pat Cooper, Joe Higgs, Kurtz Lytle, Tony Woods and Lonny Carlson. Second row, left to right - Pat Rooney, Joe Straub, Steve Harris, Jim Trout and Jeff Koob. LEGAL NOTICES BUDGET ESTIMATE AND BECOHD OF FILING NOTICE:—The Town Council of Fenton of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 2nd, 19B5. at 7:30 P^M,. at Council Room. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January 1. 1868- .... , f __,. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be avaUable at the hearing. Paul W. Elgler. Town Clerk. r4 •* . „ am d 1 38*8 e . c M 2 O ^ fl ^O e **l General 1100 Street 2500 Public Safety 900 Sanitation 150 Recreation 500 Utilities • 12000 t)ebt Service K 100 Trust and Agency 100 1 2 Expenditures for year 1963 2892 8094 2794 1593 485 22239 283 41852 1964 1777 9376 2751 1903 1382 7161 300 28155 Proposed Expenditures u Estimated for 1966 3000 7000 3700 3000 500 8000 ""3500~ 600 29300 Estimated Unencum- * bered Balance to reduce levy Jan. 1, 1966 1 — . Estimated Income Other °" Than Taxation 1966 1500 3500 500 7500 1 13000 1 Amount Necessary to e> be raised by 1 Taxation 1966 1500 3500 3200 3000 500 500 • 3500" 600 | 16300 Taxable valuation (1984) _.—.-....... Taxable valuation, agricultural lands (1964) Moneys and credits (1904) $724.136 10,652 $155.513 word of the sudden death of Harold Ferris, Kenosha, Wise., last Sat. evening. He went to school here and graduated with the class of 1936. Mrs. Roger Jensen entertained a birthday club Saturday in honor of Mrs. Melford Mitchell. Guests were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Eric Seegebarth, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Willis Cotton and Tena Jensen. Mrs. Wilfred Radig and Mrs. Orville Kressin, left Sunday for San Diego, Calif, where they will attend the International convention of the Lutheran Women's ^Missionary League July 21-22. Kurt Edward, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith, Swea City, was baptized Sunday s.t the Presbyterian church by Rev. Fred C. Preul. Dinner guests at the Smith home in honor of the occasion were Rev. and Mrs. Preul, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Smith, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Newbrough and David. Mr. and Mrs. Les Johnson and girls, Dodge Center, Minn., were Sunday guests of the Clarence Krafts. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard, Mason City, visited Wed. with his mother, Mrs. Maude Westinghouse Special 5 WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY to get a flameless Westinghouse Electric Range at a bargain price I Your range will have all these features: • King-size Oven pj Eye-glance Control* * • full coll heating ? • Lift-off Oven Door • Two-step Timer DOWN '5.66 MONTH llU.UU WITH TRADE PLUS ...You Oet 3 Fwtlv* Mttt* 1 FREE WILSON TURKEY • For Thenkefllvlng FREE WILSON ROAST , For Chrletmee FREE WILSON HAM . For EMter Thi* 8p«el«l Off«r Av»)l»bji Only to Cvitomw en Iowa, f lectrle U»ht •nd We'company Unse POWER COMPANYDQ Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Bryan andDavidwere Sunday dinner guests in honor of Mrs. Melvin Meyer's birthday. Terry Dean, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Hurlburt was baptized Sunday by Rev. Fred C. Preul at the Presbyterian church. Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the home of her grandparents, the Fred'k Schultz. A coin shower was held Tuesday for Mrs. Norman Usher, Van Nuys, Calif., at the Lutheran church, Lotts Creek. The hostesses Included Mrs.GlennBern- tson, Mrs. Roy Bierle, .Mrs. Larry Dreyer, Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Mrs. Harold Gross, Mrs. LeRoy Hendrickson, Mrs. Glenn Householder, Mrs. Jr. Hurlburt, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mrs. Kenneth Sage, Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, Mrs. Fred Schmidt,' Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. L. Newbrough, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Gerald Radig, Mrs. Roger Radig and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill. Mrs. Norman Usher, Van Nuys, Calif, arrived July 10 to spend 10 days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard and Susan and Janell Newbrough left Friday for a 3-week trip east. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig were Sunday dinner guests of the Jim Ackermans at Garner. Barbara Jergenson, Algona, visited last week at the home of her grandparents, the Frank Flaigs, and also at the Roger Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and Elsie Willrett, Algona, were Sunday supper guests at the Herman Willrett home in Algona. The Chet Almes and the Roger Madsens visited at the home of Maude Blanchard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm returned home Friday after spending 5 weeks in Gardena, Cal. with their daughter and family, the George Hannas. While there they went to Palm Springs and visited Mr. Ohm's brother, Walter and nieces and nephews. On their return trip they spent a day with their son's family the Gordon Ohm's at Avoca. Mrs. Raymond Neswald, Brltt, spent the last two weeks at her parents home, the E. A. Lee's while her husband was at army reserve camp in Minnesota. Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Galva, spent Monday and Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M, Christenson. Tuesday, Mr. P. M. Christenson was taken to the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong. Sunday Mrs. Dennis Priebe, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. LeRoy Bras and Mrs. A. A. Krueger visited at the P. M. Christenson home. Mrs. -Priebe, president of the U.P.W., presented Mrs. Christenson with a pin and a certificate of recognition of the Presbyterian church for active service in the church and Sunday- school and her prayer life in later years when she has been unable to attend. Mrs. Wm. Rayburn, Evansville, Ind., visited one week here with her sister and family, the Clarence Krafts. Mr., and Mrs. James Jensen, Aberdeen, Maryland, are parents of their first child. Brentta Sue was born July 12 and weighed 7 Ibs., 10 oz. The little miss has many grandparents, On the pat- ernal side are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and on the maternal side, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna, great-grandparents, Mrs. Ella Weerts, Fairmont, Minn, and Ben Seegebarth, Kokamo, Ind. and great-great-greandmother, Mrs. Amanda Pettit. The Lotts Creek Ladies Aid met July 9. Hostesses were Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Mrs. Al Willrett. Mrs. Roy Bierle presented the mission topic and Rev. Vehling the topic from L.W.M.L. quarterly. Committees were chosen and plans for a guest day in September were discussed. Patty and Pam Smith, Omaha, Nebr., are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick 0' Donnell this week. Lone Rock Girl Honored At Bridal Shower SENECA - Colleen Sue Smith was honored at a bridal shower Friday evening, July 16, at the Legion Hall at Lone Rock. Guests were registered by Renee Votteler, and then met by the honoree who presented them to her fiance, George Owens, Jr. Corsages were presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Verl Smith, the groom's mother, Mrs. George Owens, Sr., the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Hansen of Rlngsted, her sister, Marlene, the groom's sister Kathy, Denise Votteler, Mrs. Gene Madsen, aunt of the honoree, and Linda Sue Kracht. Mrs. Robert Lynch was mistress of ceremonies and announced the program which began with a reading, "When Daddy Hangs the Wash", given by Durwin Long, a life history of the bride, by Pat Binzen, a reading, "The Checkered Apron" by Mrs. John Hovey and vocal solos by Rennee Votteler.. The bride-elect opened her gifts, assisted by her sister,' Marlene, the groom's sister. Kathy, Linda Sue Kracht, and Rennee and Denise Votteler. Mrs. Gene Madsen presided at the silver service. Hostesses included Raymond Gardner, Mrs. Nerem, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Nina From emotion something new has happened to Yogurt PUBLIC a fresh fruif dairy health f reaf. . . sensat/ona/fy delicious.' TRY IT TODAY! At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderion-Erickton Dairy Co. AUCTION To isettle the Mary C. Petersen Estate a public auction will be held at the premises near Ringsted, Iowa, on: Tues. Evening, July 27, 1965 SALE TIME 7:00 P.M. D.S.T. Farm located as follows: Prom Armstrong: 3 miles west and 4% miles south on east side of road. From Ringsted:!/2 mile west, 1 mile north, 1 mile west and 1% miles north on east side of road, or from Haifa, first farm south. Legal Description: Northwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 98, 31, less Chicago Northwestern Railroad right of way. This farm will be sold as 152 acres. Improvements: Modern two-story house, 3 bedrooms, Wtchen, living room, 2 porches, oil furnace, full basement, full bath. Barn 48' x 56' Corn Crib 16' x 32' with 8' alley Granary 16' x 34' 2250 bushel steel bin Very good well with submersible pump This farm has a well graded lane and is located on new oil road. Possession: September 15, 1965 Terms: 20% down day of sale. Balance due September 15, 1965 when merchantable title will be conveyed by Executor. 1965 taxes due in 1966 will be paid by the buyer. Buyer receives estate share of growing crop with all expenses paid by estate to date of sale. Brokers: $100.00 will be paid to the broker who registers the buyer with the executor for the estate prior to the sale. This sale is subject to the approval of the Emmet County »is^ £ou]£ All inquiries regarding this sale should be directed to the Executor, Auctioneer, or Mr. Merritt Giffin of Ringsted, Iowa. Mary C. Petersen, Estate W. D. PETBSEH, EXECUTOR Fitzgibbons & Fitzgibbons Estherville, Iowa Attorneys for Estate Lille Bensen Ringsted, Iowa Auctioneer

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