Clipped From Kossuth County Advance
fe visit T TONKA V HONOR DEAI MEMORIAL TS ON )AY last a & at had of the and left last Tltonka, June 2—Memorial day program this year was in charge of the American Legion. The firing squad, color guard, Leglonalres, flower girls, ex-service men, buglers, officers, and many others drove to the Wesley cejnetery at 8 o'clock to decorate the grave of Leo Breen who was a World war veteran. The 5 then drove to the Myers cemetery at 8:30 to decorate the grave of Ubbe Dreesmnn, who \\'os a Clvl war veteran: thence to the German Reform cemetery at 0 o'clock to decorate the grave of Berend Amels burg, Civil war veteran; thence to the German township, cemetery to decorate the grave of Anton Pon nlng, Civil war veteran; and last to the" German Lutheran cemetery a 10 o'clock to decorate the. graves o August Schrader, Civil war veteran and William Huisman, World wa veteran. The parade was made ti] of the Boy Scouts, drum corps, th color guard, composed of Hownrc Franco, Boyd Pannkuk, George Hlg gins, and H. Rex Austin; the flrins squad, made up of W. H. Rlcklcffc sergeant-at-arms, William Peterson E'.mer Peterson, Miller Nelson, GU Bruns, Thomas Forburger, Alfre: Oesterrelcher. The commander i Elmer Peterson, chaplain, the Rev L. G. Gartner, buglers, Hnrve Schultz and Peter Ubben; civil wa veteran William P. Vlckermar Spanish-American war veteran, Job Woods, Lee O. AVolfe, and Ed Ca lies. A feature of the parade wa William P. Vickermnn, a Civil wa veteran who is 87 years old. His home Is in Colemo'yi, S. D., and he has come to spend the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Eric Peterson.