Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1967
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Uf*na(fewa) UMD/ THUSDAY, OCT. 12, 1ft? Services for Dora Fauhtick, 71, Friday fMrifc (Continued from Page 1) Ardith Inet Boykefi, Aigon*, €hev.; Gehard ThoniJw of Edna J. Berg, Elmore, Minn., Chev.; Ralph William Bierstedt, Lone Rock, Chev.; Ron- aid V. Taylor, Algona, Olds; Nicholas John R'Jba, Algona, Olds; Mona L. Bonadhef, Al- Funeral services for Dora gona, Volks; John J. or Ruby Anna Faulstlck, 71, former L. Dixon, Lone Rock, Ford; Whittemore resident, will be Edwin Henry or Evelyn May at 2 p.m. Friday, October 13, Marty, Corwith, Pont. at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Fred L. or Patricia L. Whittemore, the Rev. Cteo Grond, Algona, Ford; Denny Kaiitsch officiating. Burial Lee Youngwirth, Wesley, will be in the Lutheran ceme- Ford; Amos Martin Tokheim, ,tery, Whittemore, with the Swea City, Chrys.; Donald McCullough Funeral Home Henry FUg, Bode, Dodge; Elin charge. mer Henry Kollasch, Swea Casketberaers are Lynn City, Dodge; Claude Wesley Theesfield, Randall Thees- or Cora Josephine Ruark, Alfield, Roger FauJstick, Dan- gona, Buick; Kenneth Walter iel Gilmore, Larry Gade and Jackson, Cad.; Merlon Darwin Ni A||M ^•~~i*^-» Mlf •WHIM li m^jm f-AJK^U |\AJMflefc iff •MrH ifm Nomination papers filed by The Don Sh*** Wtfi Sunday evening gue*U *t OUVton Wolff* Thft Gerald R«*h«lttift ifld Edwin Uttofo were Sunday *,<.** at Donald Uthof's, October 10 lor city officer oW*tofiiii f Miim, were by incumbent* only, James Andreasen, councilmin of 2nd ward; Dr, Kevin C. Nash, 4th ward; Sheridan A. Cook, councilman at large; and Mayor William J, Finn. Jerald Gade. Mrs. Faulstick died Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been a patient since October 2. Dora Ann Gade was born May 30, 1896 at West Bend. Her parents were August and Marie Voss Gade. She was married February 11, 1920 at Whittemore to Hugo J. Faulstick, who died in May Of 1955. Three daughters and two sons survive. Mildred, Mrs. Forrest Gilmore, Whittemore; Lorna, Mrs. Duane Wallukait, Fort Dodge; Marie, Mrs. Richard Theesfield, Storm Lake; Victor, West Bend and Wili- Marjorie M. Baker, Algona, at Pont.; Edward Floyd Brandt, Titomka, Chev.; Donald William Murray, Bancroft, Chev.; Roger Harold or Mary Alice Arndorfer, Sexton, Dodge. Howard W. Turner, Algona, Pont; Joyce E. Dailey, Algona, Buick; Mark William Bonnstetter, Whittemore, Plym.; Edward G. or Louise W. Looft, Lakota, Olds; Arthur Magnus Peterson, Swea City, Ford; Arnold Henry Fangman, Bancroft, Chev.; Lawrence Clifford Richardson, Ledyard, Cnrys.; Matthew John Platt, Algona, Lincoln; Herman P. Peterson, Bancroft, Merc.; Neal Olvert Michaelson Ti- iam, Whittemore. There are tonka, Pont.; Raymond Joseph 18 grandchildren. Four broth- Hellman, Lakota, Merc.; John ers and one sister also survive. Hugo, Algona; Edwin, Whittemore; Warner, West Bend; Herman and Erna, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Fenton. Half brother and sister, William Bell, West Bend and Henry Uken, Titonka, Olds;. Erma Marie Harvey, Swea City, Chrysler; Kossuth Mtr, Co., Algona, Chev.; Lucy Erna Lofstrom, Armstrong, Chev.; Carol Ann Swan, Titonka, Chev.; Don McGuire Constr., RON GILBRIDE A Letter of Commendation honoring Ron Gilbride for his high performance on the 1967 National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) has been received by Garrigan high school Supt. Father C. H. Friedmann. Ronald, son of Mrs. Patricia Gilbride, Algona, is president of the senior class, of the student council, and of the local chapter of Alpha Mu Theta, a national mathematics organization. He is among 40,000 students in the United States who scored in the upper two per cent of those who will graduate from high school in 1968. The commended students rank just below the 14,000 semifinalists announced in September by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). Gerald Jentt end Karen attended; the shower for the bride-to-be of Dtume Hudson «t Mallard Saturday evening. * *, . « •.-.-V-- The WaKtier League of St. James R. Kolp will also be John 1 * Lutheran church met running for park commission- Wednesday evening at the church with Rhonda Kern and Linda Kracht hostesses. Lee Dreyer led the topic, and Mike Wold and Randy Vaudt gave the devotions. The Walther League is invited to a Halloween party at the church 'Oct. 15. Plans were made for the fall rally to be .held at Garner Oct. 29. MYF of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday evening at the church. New officers were installed and new members welcomed The Junior Hurlburts will serve as counselors for the MYF this year. Lunch was served by the counselors. The Roy Chrischilleses were Thursday evening guests at Ronald Chrischilles's home for Russell's 2nd birthday. „ afternoon oiilett Hariati Bmef's for Ow*n'* birthday ,**ft th* MewW Bmers family and Mrs. Wtil- lam Elmen. '' iffii^A f%£fc fif^jjtjfi^.^gjc | fc I-,, i, m » . 'lire IMfi WCMnPOQv 8|JCm the weekend at the Gary filecfcfteiin't at fowt City and it Tony Micile'a at Deft Moin- Mff., .LIUrtieal Miilel- re- tunid W«diM*d*y Mer! two ;*tieki;wttli Mtt/Otrtrtefi Sett *nd family M Waterloo. Th* Henry 2ln*«is, ' City, ftt* been t guest Ht Mrs. , fe. Weisbrod for i few Mrt C. I; Schemmel were Sit- ufd*y giMMI tt Pete G«faie- ' a^^^Lii A^U^U ji^jj^MtLgtf, mutU^^AM wvnn w*Bre swninr .SUHPCT •ueHi of Mrs. Latifrwtti MUlef for Mrs. Zinttel's birth- (Mr*. E. C Weiibrod and Jack Munch took Mrs. C. dtty* ' Mrs. to t * , .Mrs. Let* Bleckwenn and Mrs. C. J. Sdwnmel, Swea , «t Swt* City Monday ' er. HOUSEWARMINO A surprise house warming was held at the Marlin Meel- hauses, Oct. 7. Attending were the Art Ashtons, Humboldt, the Frank Kirbys, Gilmore City, the Garrett Witt- copfs, the Ron Gardners, the Bill Naylors, the Woodrow Johnsons, the Wayne Hansons, the Jack Haags, the Vernel! Ludwigs, Mr. Art Goerndt, Mrs. Minnie Meet- hause and Mrs. Meelhause's parents, the Joe Beumgarms, Hartley. 500 was played and winning high was 'Minnie Meehlhause and Jack Haag, low, Eleanor Gardner and Mrs. Charles Bierstedts, Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, Whit- .Co., Algona, Chrysler; Elmer temore, also survive. One brother, Ernest and two half sisters and two half brothers preceded. Mr. and Mrs. Faulstick farmed in the Lotts Creek area until 1952 when he retired and they moved to Whittemore. Mrs. Faulstick made her <home with her daughter, •Mildred when her health failed and since June had been a resident of the Good Samaritan Home. She was member of the 'Ladies Aid of the St. Paul Lutheran church, at Whitter, more.} Joseph Faber, Bode, Chev.; William Edward Blomster, Swea City, Chev.; Christine •M. McCullough, Algona, Olds; Allwin Dale or Margie Regina Lockwood, Lone Rock Chev.; Allen Jay Blake, Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne, Olds. Robert Arnold or Mary Elizabeth Hamilton , Burt, Plym,; Jerald T. Waite, Fenton, Ford; Anna Geishecker, Ailgona, Ohev.; Raymond Emil or Violet Evelyn Sorensen, Ledyard, Olds; Maybelle C. or Henry C. Geilenfeld, Algona, Volks; Bernard John of Thelma Margaret - Meister: Burt, Buick. ?;B; 4 i'&h I ATTEND SERVICES Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mrs. Emilie Kubly and Mrs. Cora Burk of Renwick attended funeral services for Mrs. Anna Katherine Myers, formerly of the LuVerne area, on Saturday, Oct. 7. Services were at Flasher. She died at Livingston, Mont. Oct. 3. She was born Anna Kubly Dec. 23, 1879 at Monticello, Wis., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. She was married at LuVerne on March 9, 1899 to Charles Myers. Marlin Meelhause, travel prize, Alice Ludwig. Unable to attend were the Ronald Whittemore, was a Sunday af- Gieslers, Humboldt, the Paul tef noon guest at Hilbert Bier- Chambers, Waterloo and the stedt's. Robert Hendersons, Algona. Mrs. Russell Eldridge left The guests furnished the , Wednesday to attend a jurisdiction meeting of the WSCS at Cedar Rapids. Four of the District WSCS officers, attended. The Howard Bruhns were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong. The Howard Bruhns were Sunday evening callers at Arnold Nielsen's. The Robert Rices, Esther- vine, 'were weekend guests at Clayton .Wolff's. The Frank McFalls went to Owatonna, Minn. Friday lunch, and the Meelhauses were presented with an electric knife Sharpener-can opener combination. »••*•••••••••••••••••• Jean Bellinger WED 25 YEARS The Hilbert Bierstedts entertained as guests at Stulbbs .Ranch Kitchen Sunday evening for their 25th wedding. •Kenneth and Evelyn Bierstedt, the Carl Becks, Mrs. Dora Haack, the Wilfred Bier- stedts, Lyle Haacks and Lori, to E. W. Hinderman's. Sat urday the Hindermans ac- Gregor, Prairie du Ohein, Wis., and along the Mississippi to see the fall scenery. The McFalls returned home Monday. . Methodist --. ; - „ t A The Fenton; Cylinder, Roger Longs and chuioh ^ ^ hfl>t to Dunvin, Algona, Arley Ban-, FfliU suMistrlct quarterly warts, Mrs. George Bierstedt, conlerence October 12 at 8 ,the Ralph Hartungs, Ohns ; and Chet, Spirit Lake .Eugene Voigts, Tom and Jeff, James,. Voigts and Dan, «ie lMrs Harlan Eimer had . nhe 1st grade class of Cylin- Voigts and Jerri Graetting;, der ^ ^^ Saturday, af, 6X1 if* ti* j ternoon for Gwen's birthday. -•• .-^.'S'' £^.': *' ' '• ' "-'-''I- - •-3-- Th»y1l pock anything that do*§n't g* out of fMr way. "The packers wore horo today dear." ^ "Fine, what's thnl wrapping paper dolnfj on Rover'?" "Well, that's not whal bothers me." . " "By Iho way whero's Grandpa?" "That's what bothers me." . '•-, Housewives have been known to get a lltllo concerned when they see how last oi^r mdn work. But .honestly, if you want them to, .they'll pack only whal y&u want them to.,. • . For litslarice, If you Just want your living room and bedroom packed and prefer to keep.lhe bathroom for yourself—line. You'll' save monoy that Way. -, \ Our men will eveh suggesl you don't pack something that might cost more to ship than It's Worth. (Used tea bags are optional.) And when you pay Beklns lor packing you're also protecting, your belongings against damage and breakage. Then'too', think of all Iho things you won't get for your. money: backache; ropeburn, cr&rhped fingers, broken nails, and weeks of aggravation. So lot our men pack up all yourlroubles and carry..,lhem ' away. We promise you our nien won'J gel carried away, P.S. We'lleven make arrangements for moving your pel. We don't move them ourselves, -but wo, f"-thf.rM:.,wt-.>.^»i , will pack their things, CeN in The PfefeMieiMH ** :•::, Post Moving & — PHONE 295-2275 — Bekin Agents Algona, lew* DUPLEX DESIGN THESE 3 BEDROOM DUPLEXES HAVE THE FOLLOWING OUTSTANDING FEATURES 1120 SQUARE FEET OF UVIMG SPACE COMPLETELY CARPETED (axetpl for kilclm) ATTACHED GARAGES 13' x 34' LOCATED ON EAST GROVE STREET ACROSS FROM NEW PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL SITE THE DUPLEXES PICTURED HAVE DEEN SOLD TO SCHULTZ BROS. AND ALL UNITS ARE RENTED AT THIS TIME FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS DUPLEXES APARTMENTS OONTAOT RESIDENTIAL Wibben Construction Co. »«H» MMU, WU j

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