a-Alfofm fl«.) Uffry Dtt Moifttt ' Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1960 Portland Folks Return From Mr and Mrs Clifford Voting returned home Tuesday night after spending almost a week in Washington, B.C. visiting their daughter and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque and children. While there they visited many places of interest. Mr and Mrs Bisque will close their work in Washington Aug. 26 and go to Iron River, Mich., for a week's visit with Mr Bisque's mother, and will then spenct a week here with Mrs Bisqiie''s parents. Flown To Hospital Mrs Goodwyn Bergerud was taken, by plane, to a hospital in Iowa City, after becoming seriously il. It is not known at this time how long she must remain in the hospital. Attend Convention Ray McWhorter and Roland White flew to Oklahoma City, Okla. lo attend a National Flying Farmers meeting. They returned Saturday. Reunion Held Mr and Mrs Frank Becker drove to Sedalia, Mo., where they attended an army reunion. It was the 7th bi-annual reunion of the 437th Troop Carrier outfit stationed at Sedalia, during the war This is the group Frank served with overseas. Mrs Alice White, Omaha, was a weekend guest at the home of her brother, Ray McWhorter. Rev. and Mrs Thomas A. Johns of Indiana will arrive Saturday for a week's vacation, which they will spend at the Kay McWhorter home. Mr- and Mrs. Robert Wood and Jean attended a family reunion at the»W. A. Wood home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Roy Leeper and fanlily of East Chain, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Bernard Leeper home. . Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and family were visitors last week at the Vincent and Lawrence Govern home. Mrs^Lawrence Govern visited Mrs ,Gene, Nilspn ol' Winnebygo, Miiin. Thursday and also called It the Milton Farrow home, north D£ Lakota. Mrs Doris Sathoff and Mrs Jack Stott of Tilonka were Friday, visitors of iars Lawrence Govern. Mr and Mrs R. B. Cox of Fort Dodge were Wednesday dinner guests' at the home of their daughter and son-in-!aw, Mr and Mrs; Bernard Meister. Mr and Mrs Jake Smith 'attended the Mason City fair, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Cecil Cox and family Of Carroll are spending a few days, visiting the Bernard Meis- t'crs. "But shouldn't man have got inner space Under control, or at least have tried his best to do so before setting out to conquer outer space?" Lutheran Women Study History At Ottosen Oltosen — The Lutheran Women-met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Norman Helles-eth and Mrs Magnus Bmikind as hostesses. Devotions were given by Rev. Harold. Mountain. Mrs Richard Kinscth gave the lesson. Mrs Mountain read the 1959 history of the organization which was written by Mrs Ciara Solberg. A donation was made to the Seaman's Mission in San Francisco. MV and Mrs Can-oil Olson. Debbie and Diane returned Wednesday after a week's trip lo Caspe 1 ; Wyo.. where they visited Mr and Mrs Don Zimmer. Their daughter Denise stayed with her grand parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Osborn at Cylinder. Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arland and Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson left Tuesday morning for the Black Hills in South Dakota and Greeley. Colo., where Wanda Jacobson is attending summer school. Enroute home at Kansas City, they will see a big league baseball game. Susan Larson of Leeds, N.D. was a Thursday overnight guest of Ruth Usher. Mrs Cameron Larson, Susan and Bradley of Leeds, N.D;. and Mrs Ken Mulluer of Kasota Minn, came Wednesday to visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain. Final Diamond Jubilee Service, Whittemore Lutherans, Held ft *, ' Irvington Marq.J*rit* M. Hayes' Mr and Mrs B. O. Davis and family attended- the Davis ; reunion at Nevdda • rfunday.' :'''•< Mrs Joseph Bird has joined her; children at the home ;of, Her parents, Mr and Mrs E. Dole. They will return to Iowa City prior to opening of school. ; Harold Felter and John and Robert from Wai worth, Wis. arrived Monday, to. spend, a^few days at the home of his parents, Mi- &nd : -Mrs Ed Ditsworth. Mrs Felter was unable to come due to recent surgery on her back. Mr and Mrs K. P. Roney drove to Omaha Tuesday, there taking a train for Beverly Hills, Calif, to visit at the home of their daughter Mr and Mrs H. Fields, and son. Mr Geo. Vitzthum, and Gary Craig and Francis,. took a trip into Kansas and Nebraska this week, stopping at several places of interest. They returned Saturday. Mr and Mrs L. Calwell and Mi and Mrs C. Reaper drove to Dolliver Sunday to visit friends, Mr and Mrs Percy,H611and. Whittemore — The last; of fo'uVl special services observing the Diamond Jubilee of St. Paul's Lutheran church was held Sunday, Aug. 21. Rev. G. \V. Loeback, Council Bluffs, president of the Iowa district west of the Missouri Lutheran synod, was the guest speaker for' the anniversary' sermon. PrevioUs Diamond Jubilee programs were.- j^eld earliejv. in April. May. June- and July.' The Whittemore ' Lutheran church was founded m 1885 by new settlers, many from northern Europe, under primitive conditions. The first Lutneran according to the late Rev. Faulstich was Henry Klin'gelhofar, -who ;-honie,- steaded in' thtf Whitfemore'area in 1871. William Struecker came in 1882, and th* .Henry Mayer and Henry Bell families later the same year.. Otl\er early families were the Andrew Drews, Chris Bell. Fred Schultz, da'rl and Fred Baas, and 'August' Molk, 'then Chris Sieiris', Fred 'Lehhianh,' and the Henry' Hahns. •> • ' A Lutheran church, was existfng at Lotts Creek, under Pastor ,Q. F. W. ; Ma£(hS( Who Was lasked.-te come' io the Wniltem'oA'4 'area to preach also. This he did when possible, conducting his 'first service in 1884 in a' public school.; In 1885 a Whittemore congregation was organized with most of those named as charter signers, and 'a student preacher was hired. A parsonage . was planned with •an annex for a .achool and. the. annex is -stillc the 1 kitchen' of ; the pssrsonage of the school. W. H. Ingham of Algon* donated lots. In '. ; 1889 plans ' developed -for construction of ;i church; but it was ; . not until 1891 that 'the jfirst church was completed at a cost of fp2,557, with 37 l voting members and 150 communicant members, t Only four, ministers have'ser- ved the congregation \n 75 years:. Rev. Faulstich for 46 .years, Rev. Rites Held For Pioneer Woman From Ledyard Mrs. Elizabeth nndcrson, 83, a pioneer resident of this community died Monday evening, Aug. 15, shortly after six o'clock at the Blue Earth hospital where sin? had been a patient over three weeks. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the Ledyard Methodist church at 2 o'clock. Burial was at Highland Home cemetery. Pallbearers were Brayton Gilbcrtson, George Anderson, Jeralrl Jacobson, Vernon Jacobson, Robert Watson and John Page. Mrs Anderson was born June found to have a hearing loss will i 21, 1877. in Hradok, Austria, and be referred to their family doctor came to this country as a child. Hearing Tests Slated For County Schools The annual hearing testing program for all third, sixth and ninth grade public school children will take place the first week of school, acording to plans announced by A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools. All children in grades 3-6-9 will be given a hearing test. In addition, all children known to have a hearing loss will be given an examination. Those children George, Chicago; Elmer, Palmer Lfikr; Colo.; Anton, River Grove, 111.; one daughter, Mrs William Bchrendt, Chicago; and one stepdaughter, Mrs Cieoige Jacobson, Ledyard; nine grandchildren and 22 great grandchii/uen. The Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Insurance Conclave Six -from Kossuth county will attend the annual agents' conference of Iowa Mutual Tornado .Insurance Ass't) to be held in Des Momes. Aug. 3v)-31. They are Lola Scuffham. secretary ot the Kossuth Mutual, Berl E. Priebc, Pat Rlctzen, and R6bert Wallace, also tt Afkun«, EdwaW Boyken of filoflkjf; £fVd K. W. Jackson of Lone rtofk. Raymond Krominga is erecting three more lartfe electniU§rs along the north froftt of the new school building mid blie.at the south side where the busses are to be parkodV Inese are lights formerly used Oh Dakota's main street and now provide 6 such lighting fixtures across the north front of the building. The iron, pipe fence that fronted the former building has been extended so it now reaches to the entry doors of the new addition. medical examination. The testing will be done in each local school. Parents will be notified of the results of the testing. 3 Toes Severed Bancroft Friends received word that John Sudemier, son of the Ben Sudemieu's living in Minneapolis, had three toes severed, where he fell and his foot was caught under a power mower. She lived in Chicago until she was married to Gust Anderson at the age of 20. ihey moved to Ledyard to make their home ana she had continued to live here for the past 63 years. Mr. Anderson was a painter and died some years ago. Mrs. Anderson was a member of the Methodist church and took an active interest in the church affairs and all community activities until she late in the spring. 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