Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1966
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for Minnesota man band director at Garrigan Rev. Cecil H. Friedmann,'Superintendent of Garrigan high school, announced today that Norbert M. Rezac, currently |he band, director at Brewster high school, Brewster, Minn., has' been engaged as conductor at Garrigan for the coming year. In making the announcement, Father noted: "Mr. Rezac conies to us with fine recommendations and qualifications. We look forward to his services-and the, good that he can do for our. band as well as the over-all program of our school." Mr. Rezac liails frpm.LeCen- tre, Minn., where he attended St. Mary's grade school and Le- Centre high school. After high school graduation, he pursued his college work at Mankato State College where he received his Bachelor of Science degree with majors in Music and Spanish. Wesley golf club enlarged Wetley — Owners of the Hillside golf course, Al and Bill Erpelding and Merle Loss, have a clubhouse remodeling project underway and expect to have it finished by April 15, the proposed opening date. The south wall of the clubhouse, along with the concrete floor, has been knocked out for a 14 foot widening. This will give more kitchen space, room for showers for both men and women, and generally more room in the rest of the clubhouse. A new floor will be run also. Person- net will include a new manager, Gale M. Studer. Chas. Price will handle the greens and Jim Youngwirth will do the mowing. Pro Val Ruffo may be back this year, but this is indefinite at present. GUILD HAS SUPPER St. Joseph's Guild met March 15 with 90 in attendance. A pot luck lunch was served at 7 o'clock, Circle 2 in charge. All women of JJie parish are mem- ters of the Guild and are asked to donate Gift House stamps to the Guild. Erma Kunz, Mildred Arndorfer, Helen Koppen and Maud Studer gave D.C.C.W. reports, 'and $100 was given to the school library. Father Phillips gave an explanation of the use and benefits of Holy Water. He, ,wjll answer questions from a question box to be placed in the vestibul of the church. At 500 prizes were won by Helen Plathe, Angeline Foertsch and Lucille Nelson. ALOONA firemen in the taral fire truck were ca/ieo out Sunday afternoon about 3-40 p.m. to extinguish a grass fire north of the new home of Jerry Leaneagh along highway 18 north of town. Leaneagh had been burning some grass and the wind whipped it out of control and the fire headed toward the river below his home. No buildings were endangered. One of the local firemen is shown putting the finishing touches to the blaze. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. roths at Algona. The Ed Thissens, Waterloo, were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson, and Mrs. Martin Hamil- He also has done considera ble graduate work in music at Mankato State. Mr. Rezac has been teaching for the past 12 years, seven of which were in Iowa and southern Minnesota, while the lasl five were at Brewster. : He is known for ^building interest in instrumental music, organizing clinics and exchange concerts and also church choir work. Democrats have precinct caucus next Monday Democratic nrecinct. caucus es will be held in all 35 Kossuth precincts next Monday, it was ONE OF FINALISTS Mrs. Geo. Burnett, Jr., Ames, was one of three finalists in the selection of Mrs. Iowa in the 1966 contest, the pageant's headquarters announced Friday. Mrs. Burnett" is the former Betty Riggs, daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs, who were former Wesleyans. He was pastor of the Methodist church. WINS TRIP Mrs. Olive Erdman's granddaughter, Molly Erdman, 16, daughter of the Bernard Erdmans, Cedar Rapids, was cho- en to make a weeks trip to Vew York. She is a junior and kvas chosen because of high scholastic grades. HOG HOUSES BURN The fire crew answered a call to the Fred Bentele farm one day last week where a >rush fire burned two portable tog houses. announced this week by Straub, county chairman. Joe Locations for are as follws: the caucuses Algona 1; Algona high school. Algona 2, Kathleen McEnroe home. Algona home. 3, Gordon Winkel Algona 4, Upper Des Moines office. Buffalo twp., Edith McDonalc home. Burt twp., Art Kahler home Ir.esco twp., Cresco Commun- rle.. twp.. Art ?-$rspn... ;c U; Lone 'Rock (Bliirt)i Legion Mrs. Arnok ler sister, on. The Ray Kruegers, Hartley, were Sunday guests of their uncle and aunt, the Frank Haupt- "ys. The Hauptlys were Monday jvening guests of the Elmer Hauptlys, Garner. The Hugh Har verlys, Renwick, ; visited " the Frank Hauotlys Wednesday. The Will Hrubes had the Bauer Implement employees at a card party at their home Mar. 13. The John Muehes were guests. At 500 John Muehe and Merle Peterson won prizes. Mrs. Darrell Norcross and family, Nora Springs, spent Sat urday afternoon at John. Bauer's. The women are sisters. The girl born March 8 in the Britt hospital was baptized Friday evening in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips and was named Linda Ro- salinia. Her sponsors were her uncle and aunt, the Earl Elmores, Algona. The Studers have two other children, Kent 5 and adopted 8 month old Ann Marie. Mrs. Abbie Bush and Mrs. Esta Shulz, Corwith, called on Mrs Al Wagner Sunday. Circle one of Methodist ladies cleared $80 at the supper they served March 17. iveek Wednesday are Marlyce ircle at the Dale Higgins home Artth Mrs. Etta Reibsamen assisting. Devotions by Mrs. Howard Sparks and lesson by Mrs. Edith McDonald. Jennie Circle will meet with Mrs. Lou ,Huber, Wrs. A. J. Neeland, co-hostess; Mrs. Wm. Speicher, devotions, and Mrs. H. W. :Kitzinger, lesson. Mary Circle meets with Mrs. Eldon Attig, Mrs. Wm. Pe- ierson, co-hostess; lesson, .Mrs. Mary Budlong, and devotions, Mrs. Harry Beed. fdffi koaii; the trttik "ASas, Ultlifitlf '•'«*'• Dale Pete¥s6«s, Mumboldt; the Win. Marchah% -City; the Kettnetii Waterloo; the Eugeite is, Wintierset; Mrs. Rea Hut* ibii," Wa"ter'ldc»; the parental Ralph Davidsons, with their daughter and son-in-law, the Yertion Egglestons, LuVerne; ;heif sbn'S family, the Vervin Davidsons, Adel; and the Maryn Gregersens, Rutland. SOGETY Titonka Federated club met March 17 for an annual guest night, and members and their guests were served dinner at John and Gen's cafe preceding the program and entertainment. Buffalo Homemakers club met Friday at Ted Hoover's, Jr. Mrs. Lester Eden was assisting hostess. The hostesses gave the extension lesson. The Farm Bureau lesson was given by Gertie Schutjer. Gary Sleper has been appointed as Standard Oil agent in Titonka. .''.!' Mrs. Anderson of Swea City Deadlina aexl weak for Medicare " Persons 65 Or older are reminded ;that this is the last week to register for supplemental medical benefits under the Medicare provisions of the Social Security law. The deadline for this enrollment "• is March 31. This March .31 .enrollment deadline applies to all persons 65 or older, whether or not eligible for social security benefits. The Ft. Dodge social security district office will, be open from 8:30 until 4:30 on Saturday, March 26, and from 8:30 until 9 p.m. on March 28 through March 31.' Services for Mrs. Davidson heldatDoan ! • ' Funeral services for Mrs. Gor don Davidson, 47, were held guests Van's GUESTS LAST W«K Mr. an,d Mrs'; tfeftesft Hefts* ley had Mr. and Mrs. Ja*rt>«» johaldson arid Rebecca, and Mrs. Donaldson's niece, Patsy H'owe of Oakiand, Miss, as guests last week who came Thursday. They left for hoine Saturday. Friday' afterrtoofl, Mrs. Hensley gave a coffee for Mrs. Donaldson. Guests were Mrs. JerryJLeaneagh, Mrs. Dean Mfe#* er, Mrs. Ronald Taylor, Mi's. Dean Koob, Mrs. Billy <Joddpasi ture. Mrs. Darlow Rogert was an .evening guest. Friday night Mrs. Hensley's sister Christine Obrecht gave a slumber party for the visiting girls. Other guests were Linda Ross, Debbie Laws, and Carol Schneider. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 Jetonie keatfia, and Katherine, Mrs. Stanley Grotte, a son Don, Fairmont, and a stepson, Frank Simmons. It has been only a f eyr months since the sudden death of the daughter-in-law, Mrs. Don PatitikUk. _ ' • ; • Mr, i*aniiktik was the son of Mr. jftnii Mrs. Ben Pannkuk, Titonka* rand came from there many years ago and began work in the W- C, Steete clothing stpr|. Later he worked for E/L. $61cott in a hardware store, later going to Humboldt where he Itad a garage. From there the family moved to Fairmont where he had the Nash agency which he sold a few years ago ' The Bernard Kunkels spent several days over the March 2C weekend visiting the Virgil Kunkels at Byron, Minn., the Tony Browns at Lewiston Minn., Kenneth Spanglers at Janesville, Minn., and the Marion Twedts at Frost, Minn. The Henry Zeimets, Bancroft, spent several days last week with their daughter, the Bernard Kunkels. The Bernard Kunkels will have their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs. N. F. Weber has her contract" bridge club Thursday af- ' ternoon. Mrs. R. C. Bauer will have Hall, Lone Rock. Fenton twp., Hansen home. Garfield twp., Harold Montag home. German twp., Dennis Dreesman home. Grant twp.. Grant school. Greenwood twp., Legion club, Bancroft. Harrison twp., Legion hall at Swea City. her auction bridge club March 31 in Al's party room. Mrs. Viola Studer visited her daughter, the Julius Kelch's at Waseca, over the weekend. Dorothy Simpson, employed at the Farm Bureau Insurance office in Des Moines, spent the weekend in the parental Lou Simpson's. The Claude Heards, Belmond, The Joe .Krieps, .4nd^ Chas, Vestrems returned" 'Saturday from 2Vz weeks in Arizona, visiting and sight-seeing. Blizzard... (Continued from Page 1) at all had been heard hv Acting Postmaster Long yet Wednesday afternoon. The Fort Dodge post office called here to say nothing was moving in or out of there at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday. The star route truck from Des Moines to Algona and on to Spencer was due here at 3:30 a.m., got as far as Fort Dodge and was staying there until the weather cleared. THE STATE snow plow brought Dr. J. R. Waite, Fenton, to Algona at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday for insulin. A diabetic; Doctor Waite who is a Fenton veterinarian, had spent Tuesday afternoon in Algona working out his income tax. He ate dinner at Charlie's Supper club and when he left noticed the hills to Algona were lined with cars and trucks which were ^ stuck. So he decided to make his way to Fenton by way of the state park road but slid into the ditch and spent the night at .the Glenn Seger home. Mr. Seger is employed with the state highway department. GUESTS AT BANQUET Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and family were guests at a banquet given at the Hanford Hotel, Mason City Monday evening. Hosts were officials of the Firestone company. • - FORTIETH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell went to Redfield .Sunday 'to attend the fortieth wedding observance or Mr. and Mrs. Clare Melton f Linden. ' Engaged MR. AND MRS. William Er- relding announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Ann, to William Rahm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm of St. Benedict. An August wedding is planned. She is a 1969 graduate of Garrigan high school. She attended Ottumwa Heights college and is now employed as a. secretary at St. Joseph's hospital in Omaha. He is a 1963 graduate of Garrigan high school and is attending the uni versity at Ames where he is a junior. FOR 81ST BIRTHDAY Mrs. Freda Steussy was hon ored at a family dinner Satur day evening for her 81st birth day at the Lyle Raney home Mrs. Raney is a daughter and TWELVE AT TWO CLUB „. Mrs. Leo K6llasch attended he "Twelve at Two" club at iVhittemore Tuesday afternoon t Mrs. Esther 'Walters. HOSTS CARD CLUB Mrs. Bertha Pommer was hos- ess to her card club Wednesday afternoon. Tuesday morning, March 22, at other daughters there were Mr and Mrs. Theo Pech, Walker la., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schun ke, Black River Falls, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss, Algo na, and a son, the Gerald Steussy family, Fort Dodge. Othei guests were 10:30 in the Doan Methodist church with Rev. Paul Hansen Officiating. Interment was in East Lawn Cemetery, Algona. .Serving as bearers were: Mer- Hoover, Louis Hansen, Ilo Hebron home. twp., Al Dudding Jrvington twp., Irvington elevator. Lakota, Vincent Miller home. Ledyard twp., Ledyard town hall. Lincoln twp., Arnold Becker home. I -one Rock (Fenton), Mrs. Sam McCleish home. Lotts Creek twp., Lotts Creek school. LuVerne twp., George Studer home. Plum Creek twp., Plum Creek Community hall. Portland two., Portland twp Community hall. Prairie twp., St. Benedict Parish hall. Ramsey twp., Fire station, Ban croft. Riverdale twp., Ray Thjjges home. Seneca twp., Al Godfredsoji home. Sherman two., Center school Snringfield twp., Ledyard ele vator. Sw»q two.. Al <iiier<M Union twp., Union twp. Civic tWJX. Joe ,G;Q9jt? Whitiemore twp., Legion hall, Whittemore. were Sunday guests of their >on the Rolland Heards for the elder man's birthday. Mrs. G. M. Studer had her contract bridge club Monday evening in Al's party room. The boy born March 13 to ihe Ed Cruises in the Britt hospital was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. He was named Dennis Eugene and sponsors were Bill Cruise by proxy and The state highway maintenance garage was notified and a snow plow dispatched ahead of a pickup truck. Dr. Waite came in the truck and obtained the needed insulin. "Doc" is almost sure there was no electricity at Fenton either. Vaughn Rising tried to broadcast over his short wave radio to his family but without electricity Vaughn wasn't able to contact a ham operator there Mrs. Eugene Arndorfer. They I M H h R , n . y wi , It n«si 4-iitsv *-\.r fr\ i-i-w silim lsJ%*nn 1 s\rm I ' ~'~ _. . • have two other children, John 2 and Denise 1. The Vine Cruises are the paternal grandparents. Sunday guests of Ollie Angeline Foertsch were Anna Hillinga and and Mrs. the Matt Platts, Algona, the Lawrence Speakers, Gamer, Fred Las- sahns, Crystal Lake, and Frank Johnsons, Britt. Sunday guests at P. C. Hayne§' were' the Bill and John Hoods, Algona. G. M. Studer had charge of a Lindsay booth at the home show at Garner Friday to Sun- ge, Nonnian Rows, Ft. Dod- yMte4 her father, Urban and &mjly, an,d the RjejJiflgS Sunday. T?W were guests of the Keith Neu- Mrs. Alfred Anderson, Swea City, died at her home at Swea 3ty last Friday after a lengthy llness. Funeral services were held on Monday at the Baptist church in Swea City with the Barnes funeral home in charge. Burial was in the Harrison township cemetery with the Rev. W. Crandall officiating, Survivors include her- husband, two foster daughters, Mrs. Robert Douglas of Clinton and Mrs. Richard Dietl, Cedar Falls; three brothers, Carl and Albert R. Anderson of Swea City, and Nels J. Anderson of Estherville. There are also three grandchildren. . <• •* Two fingers mangled in pipe bender , .,; M •. Eugene Schattschneider caught two fingers of his left hand in a chain of a pipe bender Friday about 10:30 p.m. at the AJgona Auto Repair in which'-he is a partner with Wayne Meyer. The middle finger was split to the bone from the joint of the hand to the tip of the finger, and the ring finger was badly bruised. A small portion of the tip of the fingerbone had to be removed. He was working on Larry Sowers' stock car at the time so Larry took him right to the hospital. The finger is in a splint, Mr Schattschneider, a volunteer fireman, answered the call a few hours later and helped fight the Sjogren grocery store fire. Two minor eraekei ere investigated Two minor car accidents were investigated by local police. Saturday morning autos driven bv Kenneth H. Graham and Edward W. Landsberg, Britt, collided when Lanrieberg w.as making a turn and then backed, going northwest from the parking lot and turning into an allev. The Graham auto had about $25 damage to the right rear fender. Tuesday afternoon about four o'clock cars driven by Beverlv J. Farrow and Dianne F. Kuhl- rnann collided in front of the ° The Farrow a"to about $3^ dflWTJSfe to the fencer when it Car a<j it ont of a pflrkinj? stall. No. chjr. W.S.CJS. Circles meeting this ges were filed in either case. "and Roger" =flufflngtonv Robert Boleneus and Robert Degan.« •> Hallie Ann. Asa was born •Dec, 31, 1918, at Mt. Erie, 111., to James and Lula Asa. There she grew no and wsfs received into the Christian Church. On Feb. 14, 1948, she was married to Gordon Davidson at the tit- tle Brojwn Church, Nashua. They • farmed for a time near LuVerne, then in 1952 moved to the Doan area. There she affiliated with the Methodist church, served as president of WiS.C.S, of which she was made a-Life Member. She was church oianist for several years, playing for the last time at the January 2 Communion Service. She had been ill for some time was hospitalized first at Mason City and later at Hancock Memorial Hospital, Britt, where she died on March 19. • Mrs. Davidson is survived 1 iher husband, one daughter eight,.year old LuAnn, four sis ters anij six brothers. They are (Edna). Mrs. Lee Dickerson Moweaqua, ill.; • (Bessie) Mrs 'amily, the Gene Dunns, Marion nd a grandson's family, the Eu gene Pechs, Galesburg, 111. Sun . . He was deacon emeritus of the Cdngregational church, 57- year member anid past chancellor of Kftights of Pythias Ibdge, and a member ; .'of the Masonic order. CRESCO CHUMS Cresco Chums 4-H club met in March with hostesses Sharon Roethler and Cindy Long. Roll call was answered by 25 members. Reports were given by Dawn Wildin, Susan Smith and Jane Simpson. Camp delegates are Patty Besch, Susan Smith, Becky Buscher, Mary Besch, Marian Frideres and Gloria Canr idy. Linda Meehlhause gave a alk. Dawn Wildin and Diane loethler had a demonstration. Guests were Msdms. Bob Busch- r, Ken Roethler, Howard Long nd Becky Sabin. Reporter is iheila Frideres. Ex-Algenan dies at 78 at Fairmont Announcement was made on Saturday over the Fairmont radio station that Clarence A Pannkuk, former Algonian, who would have been 78 in August had died Friday at the hospital there. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o' clock from the Congregational church. Mr. Pannkuk had been in poor health the years and had had past few surgery few .times. . Death was attributed to a kid ney infection. He is survived b> his wife, Margaret, nee Platt two daughters, Thelma, Mrs 1961 MERCURY Monterey 4-door sedan, Multi- drive trans., radio, power steering and brakes, solid white with gold trim. $ 1095 00 TAYLOR MOTOR GO. .FORD & MERCURY ' SALES & SERVICE Check the official yield tests-for proof of PIONEER, yields that give you extra Fay Jenkins, Racine, Wis., Mrs Marv Knoblock. Oshkosh, Wis. 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