The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1967 · Page 18
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16-Algona, (la.) Upp«r D«* MoiitM Tuesday, April 25, 1967 Confirm 181, Monday, In Rites At St. Cecelia's His Excellency, Bishop Francis Greteman, administered 4he Sacrament of Confirmation on Monday, April 24, at St. Cecelia's Parish. The class consisted of 163 students and 18 adults. Those who were confirmed at the 10 o'clock Mass were as followt:: Kevin Ballard, Thomas Berger, Joseph Bernardo, William Bernardo, Lawrence Berte, David Besch, William Black, William Boudewyns, Dale Buscher, Gary Buscher, Jerry Buscher, Ricky Buscher, Pat Cooper, Tim Cooper, Matthew Gotten, Thomas Detrick, David Doughan, Timothy Doughan, Daniel Dougherty, Donald Elbert, John Eller, Patrick Esser, Bob Farrell, Mark Foertsch, Tony Forbes, Robert Foth, Adolpho Franco, Eduardo Franco, Daniel Frankl, Randy Frideres, Jim Geelan, Richard Goecke, Chris Hansen, Charles Harmon, Kevin Hensley, Gordon Hentges, Donald Higley, Kevin Knoer, Dennis Kollasch, Allen Kramer, Nicholas Kramer, Rick Kramer, James McEnroe, Tim McEnroe, Donald McGuire, Gerald Mergen. Stephen Mertz, Elaine Alan Meyer, Glen Miller, Michael Miller, Bruce Moe, Thomas Moe, Roger Muller, Patrick Murphy, Daryl Nelson, Philip Nelson, Stephen Ostwinkle, John Penton, Charles Reding, Steven Reynolds, Cecil Rezabek, Charles Roethler, Michael Roethler, Pat Rooney, Kevin Ruhnke, David Scott, Kevin Shaw, David Shillington, Pat Sifert, Randy Skilling, Steven Smith, William Smith, Michael Stangl, Richard Stangl, Jeff Stephenson, Joseph Straub, Brian Thilges, Daniel Thilges, David Thilges, Barry Walker, Robby Watson, John Weydert, Eric Wiltgen, Steve Winkel.Greg Wood, Anthony Woods, Timothy Zittritsch and Gerald Zwiefel. Dorothy Altman, Elizabeth Anderson, Barbara Bell, Deborah Besch, Wanda Bristow, Virginia Cook, Sally Gotten, Mary Crowley, Carol Davis, Colleen Devine, Diane Elbert, Denise Erdman, Linda Erpelding, Mary Ann Faber, Janet Ann Foertsch, Elena Franco. Joan Frideres, Margaret Frideres, Arlene Carman, Shelley Gerber, Sandra Gisch, Joan Golwitzer, Brenda Goodman, Diane Goodman, Kathy Hall, Kristy Hall, Pam Hammer, Pat Hammer, Elizabeth Harmon, Nancy Heiderscheidt, Kimberly Hensley, Kathleen Hildman, Lori Holtzbauer, Julianne Johnson, Antionette Kelly, Diane Kinsman, Julie Kollasch, Marcia Kramer, Nancy Kramer, Jean Laing, Linda Lallier, Carla Laubenthal, Donna Lentsch, Sheila Ludwig, Denise McCarthy, Cynthia McGuire, Barbara Mertz, Mamie Miller, Nancy Moore, Carol Muller, Cheryl Muller, Connie Nash, Mary Nash, JoAnn Poundstone, Angela Reilly, Jeanne Rich, Jeanne Rueb, Maureen Ruhnke, Patricia Scobba, Donna Sheppard, JaneShey, Becky Shillington, Michelle Simons, Cynthia Skilling, Lisa Straub, Sandra Thilges, JoAnn Thuente, Betty Ulfers, Diane Vitzthum, Terry Wildin, Ronda Willsher, Deborah Winter, Marcia Wolf, Peggy Zender, Gwen Zittritsch. County Ambulance Service Idea Has Cool Reception Several meetings (with no decision reported) have been held in this area recently regarding a proposed change in ambulance service iij Kossuth county. Present at one of the most recent sessions here were Mayor Bill Finn, City Attorney Russ Buchanan, County Attorney W. B. MacDonald, Civil Defense Director Wayne Keith and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. At any rate, it is probable ambulance service will continue as is until about June 1. Before that time, some action will have to be taken to assure the entire area of service. Proposed legislation is now in committee in the Iowa House of Representatives which would give counties authority to operate ambulance services. At present, only cities and towns can do so. One suggestion here is that the county develop a volunteer emergency corps, similar to a volunteer fire department, but rumor has it the board of supervisors isn't interested in operating an ambulance service. Three private ambulance operators, Allen Blake, LuVerne, of Blake Funeral Homes, Bob McCullough ofMcCullough's Funeral Chapel and Charles Hamilton of Hamilton Funeral Home, Algona, have indicated they wish to discontinue ambulance service. Two others, Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, and Hyink Funeral Home, Whittemore, expect to continue their service. It has been apparent during recent years (during conversations with various ambulance operators by the Upper Des Moines) that it gets more difficult all the time to make ends meet for a private operator in that business. One major problem has always been the difficulty in collecting for services from some persons who needed an ambulance following an emergency. One mortuary when contacted by the UDM stated the new wage and hour law will raise the cost of hiring someone to take telephone calls-and make the ambulance business even more difficult than in the past. Of course, the wage and hour set-up carries with it time and a half pay over 40 hours. Under the proposed legislation, drivers of ambulances would be specially trained and qualified. Some legislators reportedly feel the proposal will die in committee and never make it to the floor of the legislature. In the meantime, more meetings will be held in an attempt to solve the ambulance problem (one which has never before faced county residents) before June 1. New Bancroft Postmaster Donald H. Degen has been appointed postmaster at Bancroft by President Johnson, subject to Senate confirmation. He has been acting postmaster since November, 1965, when Mrs. Flora Bradley retired. The Degens have farmed near Bancroft since 1954 when they moved here from Sioux City. Degan grew up and attended St! Joseph's School at Granville. His wife is the former Ann McGuire of Bancroft. Algona Man's Mother Dies At West Bend Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Schutter, West Bend, 79, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at First Presbyterian church there with Rev. Galen Peckham officiating. Burial was at the West Bend Cemetery withSchell- hammer Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Schutter died unexpectedly Tuesday morning, April 18, at her home in West Bend. She had been ill witli a heart condition for some time. Surviving are a daughter and two sons, Mrs. Cliff Munson, West Bend; Dr. John Schutter, Algona, and David, at home. Also surviving are nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; three brothers and a sister, Jerry Heetland, Lakota; George Heetland, Clear Lake; Louis Heetland, Renwich, and Mrs. Elstina Furst, Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Schutter, the former Minnie Heetland, married Jerry- Schutter at Lakota where she was born and reared. Mr. Schutter died in 1950. Mrs. Schutter was a member of the Presbyterian Church and L.S.L.C. group. George Reding Of West Bend p.m. in the Izaak Walton club- charmers Square Dance Club room, the first meeting of the w m hold a dance Wednesday new club year. Ledyard Dance The Ledyard Farmers and evening, April 26, at 8:30 p. m. in the Ledyard gym, with Jon Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board FOR FORMAL OCCASIONS Men's & Boys' FORMAL ATTIRE • PROMS • WEDDINGS Complete efficient rental for any formal event. Tuxedo or dinner jacket in all sizes — and special accessories. LEUTHjLraiLLIAMS $ // ••/••/ •* t . ALGONA,IOWA fe April I! { OLD T-V HARD ON YOUR EYES? George Reding, 80, retired farmer from the West Bend-Ottosen area, died April 18 at Palo Alto County Hospital, Emmetsburg, where he was admitted the day before. He had been in ill health for the past six months. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church, with the Rev. Louis Greving officiating. Burial was at the West Bend Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Nettie; two sons and a daughter, Verne, Woden, Harvey, at home, and Mrs. Merlin Schmidt, Whittemore; nine grandchildren; 11 brothers and sisters. Born and raised at St. Joe, Mr. Reding married Nettie Catherine Capesius in 1917 at West Bend. They have always farmed in the area. Mr. Reding was a member of St. Peter and Paul's Church. Local Legion Bowling Team Places Fourth The Legion bowling team from Algona, consisting of Whitey Voigt, Chan Dailey, Ken Meyer, Bob Riedel and Jim Kelley, placed fourth in the annual State Legion Bowling Tournament, a handicap event, at Des Moines Sunday. The largest field in the history of the meet, 278 teams, competed for prizes. Kelley had the second high game in the meet, a 268, and was second in All-Events with a 1,956 scratch total. Riedel placed third in singles with a 712 handicap count. The team placed fourth with a 3,121 total on lines of 1,023 1,025 and 1,073. 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