l entertain at to for is and Cily, M. P. their hos- Mr. Jr., Norman are arc will left Springs they more. meet held Mrs. serve an and O. O. AH Odd Re- were was PLAN RITES FOR OTTO KUTZNER Funeral Service for Clear Lake Farmer to Be Wednesday CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Otto D. Kutzner, 73, who died at a Mason City hospital Sunday afternoon following an illness of two weeks, will be held the United Brethren church al Ventura at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. A brief prayet service for relatives will be held at the farm home northwest ol Clear Lake at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Z. Hougham, pastor, will conduct the rites and buria! will be in Clear Lake cemetery. Williams funeral home is making arrangements, Mr. KuUner was born at Oshkosh, Wis., April 10, 1887, the son of Ludwig and Henrietta .Sitz Kutzner. When 5 years old he came with his parents to the vicinity oÂ£ Clear Lake where he resided since. When a child he was confirmed in the Lutheran faith. Mr. Kutzner was never married and lived on a farm with his brother, Herman, until taken to the hospital Friday. Their sister Mrs. 0. H. Wilson, lived at the home also. Other relatives surviving are a brother, Gus R. Kutzner, and a half-sister, Mrs. Mattie Cplburn', both of Clear Lake, five nieces and seven nephews. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a brother, Ed Kutzner, and a half-brother, Randolph Krenz.