Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 6
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! . tjL.k«b**jr ^ » ices for Mrs. Lease, 72, held Tuesday •; Wesley — Mrs. Veva Lease, 72, died at St. Ann hospital, Algona, May 1 following a .lingering illness of cancer. She had been a resident at Good Samar* itan Home, Alg6na*, two months. She was born February 9, 1894 in Urbana, Iowa, to Fred W. and Rosamond Trimble Burrell. She received her education 'in Urbana- and Vinton schools and several summer, sessions at Cornell and Stated Teachers., She taught 6 years in ru'ril Benton county; schools and taught third and fourth grades in the Wesley public school four :years. She married Ammon ;Lease August 15,i 1922 in UE- ;bana, and they continued /to live in Wesley till their deaths. ;He died March 1,1956. Mrs. Lease was active in Camp Fire Girls groups, taught young peoples Sunday school in the Methodist church over 30 years. She/was converted and became a member. v <of- the Methodist church in 1908 in Urbana. She was a member of the Woman's club, library board, Study club and church groups. .-•• ' 1 .j Mrs. Lease is survived by one son, Burrell, who is with the F.B.I, in New York City, one sister, Mrs. Myrna Kelty, of Cedar Rapids and one brother Max Burrell, Kansas City, Mo. Her, husband, parents, three brothers and two sisters are dead. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church, with Rev. Frank Considine officiating. The Blake Funeral Home was in charge: Bearers were Luther : Nygaard, Chas. Nygaard, Glen Gabrielson, Theron, Hansen, Lawrence Baylor, and Herman Wise. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery. Beaker KENNETH FULK, secretary of the Iowa State Fair, Des Moines, will speak,at the Kossuth Livestock Feeders annual meeting May 17, at 8 p.m. at Van's cafe in Algona. ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Will Koppen attended a pre-nuptial shower for her sister, Mary Lea Renger, in St, John's parish hall at Bancroft Sunday, .Louisa Hauptly, Algona, accompanied her. Mary Lea, a daughter of the A. J, .Rengers, Bancroft, will be married to Eugene Flaig,, a son of Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona, May 14. He is employed by the Everds Construction . Co., Algona, where they will live, Mrs. Koppen was one of the hostesses. land Veronica Erdman. Mrs. Justine Becker had the Neighborhood Birthday club April 30. Sunday guests at the parental Vic Loebig's were Merle Loebig, San Antonio, Texas, Elery Loebig, Ames, Larry Cooks, Spencer, and Kenneth Rasmus- sens, Forest City. Local soldier sees American flag burned Irvington — Mrs. Margaret Kent, has received a letter from her daughter-in-law, wife of Sp4 Lewis Kent of the 82nd Airborne Division stationed in the Dominican Republic. The letter told of an alert during the recent demonstrations there in which an American flag was burned. The demonstrations occurred during the first anniversary of the revolution. Lewis is scheduled for discharge some time in June. His wife plans to fly to New York between May 25 and June 5 and will meet him there. They then plan to visit Margaret Kent, a sister of Lewis, in Washington, D.C,, before coming oh to Algona"." ily, the Clattnfie C&fiAdiy family and the Lawrence Millers had a Wiener foa*t at the Millet farm Sunday evening, «', The Kenneth,Roncy* and Mrs. Gerald Cbleman went to Neva* da last week Tuesday where the women attended Presbytery. Representing the Irvington church at Presbyterial last week Thursday at Ft. Dodge were Mrs. B. O. Davis, Mrs. Herman Dreesman, Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Mrs. Kenneth Honey. The Gerald Schmitts were guests of the Richard Schmitts, Algona, Saturday for birthdays of Gerald, Tommy and Sheila, the latter two children of the Richard Schmitts. The Merle Chamberlains, Algona, spent Saturday night and most of Sunday with the Drifter's Camper club at Gotch Pa rk, near Humboldt. Mrs. Harry Christensen, Hum- >oldt, was still a patient at Lutheran hospital early this week. Mrs. Christensen has been n the hospital Since mid-April Her trouble is a lack of calcium, but have not yet found the cause. Guests April 28 at Durwood Walker's were, the Charles Rea pers for Kirt, son of the Walks, third birthday and the Rea pers' fourth anniversary. In the afternoon neighborhood children who came were,Billy, Mike and Jackie Nellis, sons and daugh- ;er of the Bernard Nellises, Mathew and Tommy, sons of the John Doles, all of Irvington. Mrs. Dean Culbertson and children of Lone Rock, were also callers. The item appearing in this column recently stating that the Frankl trailer house had been sold to Rev. Ralph Hindman, was in error. The trailer was sold to Dennis Fritz of Wesley. ATTEND FUNERAL Relatives attended the funeral of Joseph Daughan, 58, of Hayfield May 3 at Wenceslaus Catholic church at Duncan. Burial was in Calvary cemetery, Algona, beside his wife who died 19 years ago. Surviving are a son, 3 daughters, 5 grandchildren, 3 brothers, which include Elmer and Vincent Daughan, Wesley, and one sister, Mrs. Vic Loebig, also Wesley. GIVES CAMP AID Irvington Youth Fellowship to be honored by Iowa poets of the trip. Cifedof of the trip is Rev, Arthur Carit|)< rtey, minister of Arnolds Park and Fostoria churches. /, j __ CLUB HAS PROGRAM Titonka Federated club met Thursday evening at Mrs. Mary 6esterreicher's with Mrs. Walter Baade, co-hostess. The lesion, Titonka—Its History and Heritage, was by Mrs, Mary Budlong, who showed pictures and narrated on Titonka from 1900 until the present. Poetry, Our Town, was given by Mrs. L. Schroeder. The next club meeting, the last for the 196566 club year, will be a picnic at the school lunch room May 12. • ^^ SENIOR GIRLS GUISTS . fittmka Woman's club had the Senior girls at a dinner at John and Gen's cafe April 21. In charge were Mesdames Clark Miller, Howard Andrews, Harold Gartner, R. L. Krantz, H. W. Kitziliger, Morris Givens, Henry Orthel, Wm. Schram, dif* ford Krantz and. Edith Budldng. ADOPT A BOY The Neal Loeschens have a son, Paul Robert, whom „ they have adopted. Grandparents are maternal, the Harley Brandts, and paternal, the Albert Loaschens. He was baptized April 24 It'tffirflaiUtei LtitJttf- an ctiUfcK. > , , , _ MM. M^jMfeWjHSVt tonka, and Mf*. Richtfd Matt* son, Wesley, ttMiftty chaifWeft of KossUth and Hancock Federated Woman's clubs, attended the State Federated Women's club meeting last week at Sioux 1 w'. J Andersony St, LoiU» Park, Minn.,, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Tanna Anderson. .. . . -•"':•:"':}'•. ; ' ' •;;• Edith fend Hatel Budlong are again in their home in Tttonka, after Several monthsstay at Mesa, Ariz. Family night was held at Titonka Methodist church Sun- <te y with a pot luck 9tip6ef.at d;80. Speaks WaS Mfi OdviA Mftgeh, Forest City, Who sp6k& afld showed slides oft AmciL the Legion Auxiliary held an all-day Work meeting Friday at Louise Mecliler's, A pot luck dinner was had at noon. They held a business meeting Monday at Mrs. Edith Isebrand's, With Mrs. Doris Isebrand assisting ' Mrs, Mary Oesterreicher and Lewis had a birthday dinner at Herman Dreesman's, Algona, Sunday. Richard Hench, stationed at Kessler air force base, Miss., is having a 10 day furlough at the parental Art Hench's. 6,000 view Model Home Crowds estimated at over 6,000 attended the Model Home Showing of Don Tietz last Saturday and Sunday. Algona and Kossuth County were .well represented as well from out of state. as many Tietz said The .Glenn Smiths took their son Randy, 3 Vz years old, to Iowa City April 25 where he I ejntecec}: ;a school for severely • handicapped children. Enroute home they visited the Jim Kuec- kenreuthers at Marshalltown, Mrs. Smith plans to go to Iowa City Friday and bring their son home for several days. Mrs. Tom Lickteig and 21 months old daughter Julie Ann plan to accompany the Smiths. Julie Ann will have a check-up at the pediatric clinic. The Lou, Tom and Al Lick- teigs were Friday guests of their sister, Mrs. Teresa Berger, Algona. The Ed Kenyons, Whittemore, were also guests for the birthday of their father, Lou Lickteig. Mrs. Berger served lunch and Lou was presented many gifts, The Glenn Smiths were Sunday guests at Tom lickteig's. The Herman Beckers, Irvington, were Sunday guests at Tom Becker's. The men are cousins and the women are twin sisters. Mrs. LeRoy Ricke came home Saturday from Mercy hospital where she was a patient several days. The girl born April 21 to Mike Vitzthums was haptwetj Sherry Jo Friday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. The Steve Daughans were sponsors. Guests were the infant's great grandmother, Mrs. Helen Youngwirth, the grandparents, the Luke Youngwirths and Steve Daughans. CDA will attend Mass in body Saturday morning at 7:30, RoJJs and coffee will be served in ih# parish hall following the Mass. On the rojnm>tt«<e aye Mar rie Lickteig, Mary Rinh.ter, H<%1 en Johwon. Janice Erdmian.'M^ tfe'i-UM. Mat?. Imoe*ne Studesp Catherine Seiler, Clara Haverly met last week Thursday evening at the church with 17 present. Robert Kent had devotions, and Keith Strayer the lunch. The group voted to send $20 to ^ the Rev. Wm. Niles, Dows, la., to help pay camp expenses of a group l of underprivileged Negro children from Des Moines, and a similar group of Indian children from the reservation at Tama, who have been invited to Camp Dolliver .this summer. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wm. N. Batt, Stewart AFB, Newburgh, N.Y., came at 12:30 a.m. April 25 to attend funeral services for the former's mother, Mrs. Wm. Batt, Sr,, Hurt, at the Methodist church there April 26, They planned to return to New York early this week. Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer, Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, Mrs. John Kutschara, Mrs. Leo Ludwig, and Mrs. Robert Eischen attended the spring meeting of the Diocesan Council of the Catholic Women of the northeast Deanery of St. Peter and Paul's Parish at West Bend April 28. Speaker was a former FBI agent from Pocahontas, Desmond Crotty. Sunday guests at Francis Froehlich's were Phil Dentiing* er and his daughter and husband, the Venors, all of Halbur; and the James Rosenmeyers, Corwith. Callers were Mrs. Margaret Hannisch and her daughter and husband, the Schmitzes, of Arcadia, the Tom Arndor- fers, Mallard, Al Eischeids, Algona, and Clarence Siemers, Irvington. Suzanne Dudley and Ralph that Sunday was the biggest day and at times over 200 people were in the home at a time. The following greeted visitors at the door and: conducted tours: Grady Phillips and Wil ,lard Ziegler; Mr. and.Mrs A. B,_ Oakland; PaWon?^* Roger Hoover, Dale Briggs, Don Mey er, Joe Funk, Roger Batt, Jim Buscher, Dwight Frambach and Darlene Claude; Chaimer Read and Bob Watson; Sheridan Cook and Dean Kienitz, Bancroft and Bert Wermers, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tietz will host a.thank you dinner for all workers next Monday evening. Kissner new S-W store head Tom Kissner has. been named us manaper of Shenvjn-WiHiame Co. in Algona. Mr. Kissner is a graduate of Burt schools. He is married and has two children, Paula, H months and.Terry, 4 weeks. They reside at 704 South Moore. Gladys Pagel, Allison, State Regent of Iowa Chaparral and poet' laureate of Iowa, has designated May 7 as Margaret Durant Day, when "A Panorama of Iowa Chaparral" will ' provide the theme for the Spring meeting which will be held at Bishop's, Cedar Rapids. Miss?;Durant founded the Iowa Chaparral in 1941 and this event marks the 25th anniversary. She served as the state regent for ten years and has since served many years as poet laureate of the organization and regional treasurer. As a special courtesy, Mrs. Harry Hampel, Allison, composed music to Miss Durant's poem, "Song of the Chaparral", and will sing it, both as a solo, and with the assemblage. Miss Durant will be crowned Queen for the Day. Past regents'Edna Bacon Morrison, Grinnell, Gail Vineer, Mason City, Dr. Clara B. Dice Ros, Cedar Rapids, LaReta Bricker, Willianisburg and Fred H. Prusha, Little Cedar, will also be honored and will be given "A Time For Reminiscing" on the afternoon program. Margaret Wolff Garland, Wartburg College, Waverly, is critic judge /or the, contest po- '•W'rtf I* iH t» Miss Durant is a past president of Waterloo-Cedar Rapids Branch, of National League of American Pen Women. Titonka girl takes bus trip to Washington Titonka — Ruth Beed, daughter of Chas, Beeds, was chosen to take a ten-day trip to Washington, D. C. and New York City. The 41 young people from this district left by bus April 28. The Spencer District Methodist Youth Fellowship is Comlinson, both students at Westmar, Le Mars, spent the weekend with the* Clyde Dud- eys, parents, of Suzanne. Wayne Patterson, student at Junior college, Mason qty, spent the weefcend here witfc his parents, the Yerl Pattersons. Visitors it Robert Shilling's Sunday w§r& three of their grandsons, Mike, Steve and Randy, son§ oi the Dewey Sellings, Algona- fin the evening Pewey and four other children, Kay, Cindy, Theresa and Tom, came and spent the evening. Callers at Robert Skjlling's Sunday were Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and son Greg, Livermore, sister of Mrs, Skilling. Mrs. Stiltz Greg were enroute home Pwrt., where they spent the with the Rav Fitches, p>ar enis, of Mrs. Stiltz and Mrs. SfcUiing. Mrs. Margaret Kent and fam- FORD SALE OUR STOCK B UNBALANCED. Thtsa cars must be sold to restore our slock balance! 1965 Ford Falcon 4-dr. sedan, automatic transmission, radio, heater, wMtewall tires, 200 cu. inch. Like new. Was $169$ , NOW $1640 1964 Ford Custom V-§, 4-door sedan. Straight stick, radio, heater, white wall tires, outside mirrors. White with red interior, Very sharp. $1395 1962 Ford Galaxie, 6 cylinder. Straight stick, radio, heater, good tires. For economy — this is it! NOW ONLY $875 1962 Ford Falcon, 2-door Station Wagon. Straight stick, radio, heater, 170 cu. inch overhead valve motor. A sharp red color. 1961 Mercury Meteor 600, 2-door sedan. 6 cylinder, straight stick, heater, outside mirror, whitewall tires. Bronie with white top. NOW $795 1961 Ford Country Sedan, 4-door, 9-passenger Station Wagon. Automatic transmission, power steering, radio, heater. Local doctor — one owner. DAUS OARAGE OMnwUte 125 S. 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