The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 5
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Rites Monday; Cancer Victim 'funeral servicds 'for Joseph Tsfchetter, 69, Well-known Alfoha grtJcer, were held Monday afte'r- hoem in 'First Methodist chllrch here. • Rev.; 'Newton,- Coughenour Officiated and burial was in East- ing Mefnof-ial Gardens. jMcCUl* lough Funeral .Chapel was' in charge of arrangements. Masdnic rites were held Sunday evening Ifl the funeral chapel. Pallbearers at the services were John Hayes, Wes • Bartlett, EU. gene Hutchins, Lloyd Bohannon, Lawrence Hutzell and Dr. John Schutter. Mr- Tschetter died Friday 'at Mfethodist hospital at Rochester, Minn, after an illness of six' months, He succumbed to lung cancer. . Joshua Joseph Tschetter was born, Jan. &; 1902 at Freeman, SlDakota. He was a graduate of Huron College, Huron, S. DakO- ta| On August 24, 1933, he was, th'arried to Thelma Lbunsbury. ;Mr. Tschetter, began'-his career in the grocery" business in Nttrth -Dakota ,where he was as- s'bciated withj Red oyi stores arid at one time was district "man-* ager for 'thfe cofrfpany. He had a" sttfre at Webster . City before' earning here 19 years ago. He ow.ned.j'arid operated Consumers Market ;here- . - : • ! ;Mr. TsChettera had a wide'c:r- clfe of friends \ and- -was ; well thbught of ,by ''hisifello^j biisU hessmen. He : .Was active in :.ciyic affairs, Boy Scouts, and ,w'as', a Mason and a Rotarian. He was a member of : the 'Methodist church and a long-time member of the board of trustees. • At the time of his death, he was church 'finance chairman. . ^Survivors • include his ' wife; ttiree sons, Calvin of Des Moines, Rpnald, who has been managing the store, during-his father's illness; and Gleriri,; at home; four brothers; ,foiur ? Sisters; and two grandchildren; | > , v - ~ * 'Miss lhimerfc.ll Mrs. Heidi Is Heart Victim; i : * . - I - ,. T j • 'Funeral services for Mrs. Peter Heldt, 68, -\yill be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. ;in Trinity Lutheran church here; Rev. G. J. C.- Ger- ilje will officiate and burial will be in Eastlawn cemetery at Fort Dodge. McGullough's Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrange- rnents. . I • "11*1 :'Mrs. Heldt died Tuesday afternoon at St. Ann hospital here, She hqd suffered a heart attack Sunday; ;arid was thought to be recovering nicely when death c|ime unexpectedly. t She was born Minnie Busch f Oct. 5, 1893 in Schleswig, Germany, and came to the United Stales when she was 16. She was rnurried to Peter Heldt Oct. 4, ){>U at Muscatine. The couple had observed their • golden wedding anniversary at Trinity church this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Heldt lived at Whittcmorc, Fenton, and Algona before moving (o Fort Dodge whore they lived for 20 years. In August they returned to Algona Whore Mr, Holdt is custodian of the new Presbyterian church. Survivors indudo her husband; five daughters, Mrs, Leroy (Lor- eUn) Ditsworth and Mrs, Eu- }eno (Elclora^ Mln.ird, both of Al- ,(oni»; Mrs, Lester (Beverly) ; luby and Mrs Frank" (Lucille) Uchlick, both of Fort Dodge, and rti'a, Mutk (Esther) McMastcrs, i^latjui-a Falls, N. Y.; two sons, Wflltej' of SeattU;, Wash., and Arnold, in tliu uir force at Bangor, Maine; 1U grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Cheryl ' Immerfall,' above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, Algona, was capped as a State University of Iowa student riurse, J ''at 'loWa City recently!" The blaSs Consisted of 117 girls dnd'a" man. MisSs Immerfall is a sophomore at the university. (UDM Engraving). H/tabach, At LuVerne ..Funeral services' ... for Herman Gronbach, 73, well-known Lu,^erne'-Livermore residM, will be ( held .Thursday afternoon at 2 b'clo'ck, in. the Evangelical Lutheran church at LuVerne, with .Hev. . Alien'' Rudow ' officiating- Burial will be in the Union cemetery at Livermore, with the Schallhammer~ ( funeral o home 5 oi West Bend in charge. Mr. Gronbach died Monday morning at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, following a x;linger« ing illness,. j.j , ' :..-. ..t 1 ' ' He wastborjv April ;iv| LuVerne) ^ahd! dttendjbd the schools near I LjiVerrfe. He married .Dora. Rabe -Oct.; ,7 f ,1913, in the t'eace , Lutheran" church at West Bend, 'He fatmed in, the LuVefHe and Livermore, area until 1952, when he and his wife retired and mov- ^d into ' LiverrnOre! He is surviVed by his wife and five chidrem.JMr& fto^ Brown, '""""T' ""RicEard Cran and; Mrs. Allen , Sinclair, all of Livermore and 16 grandchildren. Four brothers, Chris of Clear Lake, Frank' of LuVerne, Elmer of Llvermprei and Lawrence of Los Angeles/ Calif, also survive; as does one sister, Mrs. Rosie -Hahenberger of Livermort. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother. Speeders Fined, Mayor's Court A variety of cases resulted in fines following preliminary hearings in Mayor £• C. Shierk's court here this week. Persons who paid speeding fines included Jrvin Shipler, Burt, $5, § llswQrth .J3randow, Algona, $10, ordon )3udd, Hurnboldt, $9, Arthur Hiufe Bettendorf, $10, Ray( nu»d Nelson/ Clear take, $10, ailing to yield right-of-way; Vern 'Vaechter, Gilmore City, $11, stop lign; Michael O'Conner, Ft. Dodge, IIP, improper registration; Don jogue, Livermore, $5, truck over- oed; and Gottjeb Reefer, Algona, , i25, intoxication. Court costs wei'e assessed in ad- djtjon to fines. Two Mishaps, No One Hurt Two mishaps were reported in this area during the past weekend. Fortunately, no personal injuries were reported. • At S a:iri. Tuesday, butos driven by Robert W. Braatz, S3. and Harold W. Greene, 25, both of Whittemore, collided at Whittemore, resulting in an estimated $500 damage to the vehicles. According to the accident report,-Greene was unable to stop due to the icy condition of the toad arid his auto struck the Braatz carj Patrolman Charles Bird investigated. The other mishap occurred at 11:45 a.m. Friday, six miles south and a half-mile west of Algona on a county gravel road. An auto driven by Edwin C. Thilges, 37, Bode, hit a bridge as Thilges turned a corner, 'ran off the rodd and overturned in a ditch. There was $700 dam.uge to the auto and $200 damage to the bridge. Patrolman Bill Tordoff investigated. Skating Rink S0t, Ringsted Rihgsted — The Kiwahls Club, town council and fire department are sponsoring a skating rink. An area has been cleared just north of Gene Cfste' home. A light will fee i near the rink and a , shack will be supplied for convenience of the skaters. Santa Visits At Meyer Dairy Sale, Dec. 27 , A fwm sale received after printing of the usual list is as follows: f$»c. ??, Wednesday - Jake W. " yer dairy sale, at the farm 5 . 2 south and 1 east of Burl, or', i apd 3 west of THonka. Sel- 'head HoJstcim, and 23 Complete sale details in • " Qytan & Leek, auc- Watch For Kids ! Area motorists were warned this week by local police officers tp be on the alert for the ne|t equple of weeks because all school children will be on vacation and consequently crossing city .streets at all hours, instead of .the usual gping-to and coming-from school breaks. The streets are slippery and many youngsters are lleble to dash in ironl of apRt^aching vehicles without thinking. So. te alert i Initrustef At Sweo City High ^yndon Ocsal has accepted a position as English and speech teacher at the Swca City community school, lie will tstert his now duties when school convenes after the holidays Jan. 2. He graduated Nov. 22 from Iowa State university «t Antes, with a Bachelor of Sctenqe ae« gieu iu l&ijgliUt aud speecii. Butt — A ham dinner was pre* pared ajid served by Group II of th§ Biftd Mothers to members of the Lion's cltib and.their Wives at : the annual Lions . Christmas guest night* >;•••' , j President Hay, McWhortgr pre*' aided at the business- session and acted as master of ceremonies. Group singing" of Christmas carols was led by George Becker. Erna Saars presented a high school Vocal group which enter- talnfed with several Christinas selections, .They we*e aeeom; ,ied by GWeflyth Teeter. Td ellnia« the evening's tainmeftt, th6 Lions 'artd.thlif gUests were taken on a trip ffoin Burt, through Missouri, On eastf visiting many, mahy historical- SMS* Including WasWBglon, ft c,, arid ML Vernon. The 1 trip was taken via'colored slides taken bi, Genevfeve and 'Oliver Grahan durlhl their yBca"tion; this, fall. • She Lions are 5 .again 'spbnjfor ing the 'fidme defcoratiofi cdntes and with > the financial >aid an cooperation of the $Burt biisinesK establishments &tk ' spohsdrlng Santa Glaus DayjSaHurday,, Deti-. 23. They invite all'lne -area,, chil* 1 ,Jten to enjoy Itcfres niavle, metft Sknta and get a free treat fram htm. Cub Scouts Go Caroling Hert About 80 dub Seduis ffafii paek 70, Algona, Went caroling TUeSday evening befitfe their: ptelfc ftteeUrll. Thev-stdpflgd st the county famf, St. Ann hospital afid the doad 8&* ftiaritari Home befere rftUftirli ts the high Seti861 Annex M the fiieeti ingj eecob. and frobkies, They Mffie accorhpfl-hled by seVer'al den frro* th.er$ r ahd. fathers.!, t . ; . Twetity-flve Cubs received thiti bebcit pins, fhev weft ' ** t!hai-les, Anthony Hawser, C Mains, 46fry Maim, " Sehenck, LeiYie Stmpm Mrfeft, ChBrleg CJaSSel, 3m Bffniel MeOUirS, Mark Ni William Nufieht, Michael i m, Qkfy WelShaSf, Stephel ' >, dfai« earwn, Verlyfi pk petefts, Wayne jpetefson, . JrHfiSdrij , Mitin&fel Q6wftl3nj , .ttfredsen, Michael Skillitig, Ban Smith, Michael Wiese and Richard Wiese. Sionlcker, advancement i, alga fnade" a variety" <rf to Randall Studtr, Pat Bavid^ftlley, Mike Mltealj 1th, Buane Hunt, Msrfe Miles ufen D««mb«f 21^1 W1 JfMftt (li,f Ufp*f 011 t)«vld Bllyeu and David To Wtd one weddtea license wis Issued by CBttftty Clerk Alflia Peaf» M this week, ft went te Charles H, Hood, Ft, ttlley, Kam, and Phyllis Cordes, Swea City, Bee, 14. Wed 25Y<kif7 Mr and Mfs mtt W. Ma-tern, Gflt- «ef, will observe their lilvej wed< diHg aHtiiveraafy Sunday, Bee. 81 ( ttm 8 to 4:30 p.m. at St. S Catholic chttfchj dafflefv All iftd relativw are Invited ta Mo lfiviu>Umi«fibtlfl| wnt, Wr«itli Al|«fi« hljth seheels leani will be out to up it« seasdn, dual meet reewd to 3-2 when the . locals travel to Ft. Dodge for a meeting with the Oodgers tomorrow (Friday) night, After- winning its first two ttieeU, the locals have • drMBetl tW9 ifl lrtW k taelUdl«g a Mf d«et£ldfi (0 SltW fifth Dec, 0. CAHfiON JAPBH8, CONSUMER'S vfr. pe««v u Coco"* 1 DOLE NNEAPClE .„,, NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE CHIPS * • * ' , i " ; FLAV-Q-RiTE ; ; ; . JROWN & SERVE ROLLS 'HEINZ TOMATO SOUP ut.i'uj. SUPER VALU > ' .': 5. ONE POUND CAN ; ; /Uli- ....L.-lh '•' 1 1 ?•? {•'** 2 Tall Cans 45c 12 Oz* Bag 39c : ntr :j: Pkg. IjJt ,j^-u^ Can ittc '' •• •! '.'^' ; ' '•••'• '.'• : , DRIP OR REGULAR ''. .' '• 1 ' \\ I-'- v i' •": '' It ,-':_ I l\ - '* •« f • *. * •-' t MAKE IT PRACTICAL GIVING im YEAR [j^ Afslnlt) HAMS, CANDIED HAMS, PI'S&; ALL SIZES, AND R|4g[y, TO EAT.^ARMQUIKS»SHAM,WHAT,AM" IS OUR SPECIATrY I WE WILL FIX UP A GIFT BOX AND FILL IT WITH "A FRIEND'S FAVORITE FCfOtftl" WHY NOT GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE? LAND O LAKES FANCY GRADE A TURKEYS ALL SIZES HOLIDAY POUlfpY ~ CAPONS - DUCKS - GEESE ROASTING CHlCKENS-Cornish HENS ALGONA'S FINEST Lean Ground Beef 3 "VALUE SELECTED" CHOICE BEEF BEEF SHORT RIBS RIB OR CLUB BROIL OR FRY LB. EXTRA LEAN Sliced BaCOn 1 Lb. Tray MARIGOLD ALL VEGETABLE OLE03 'H" : si M,. SPARKS 2 Lb. Jar % FACIAL TISSUE PUFF 10 MORTON HOUSE CHILI 4 Cans *1i NESTLE'S QUICK 1 Lb. Box 39 C SUPER VALU CAKE MIXES 2PKGS. 49c NO. 1 JONATHAN APPLES 4 IBS. 29c Celery 2 crisp stalks 29c RADISHES 2 FOR GREEN ONIONS .. 15c EXTRA URGE TANGERINES Doz. 39c NAVEL ORANGES ...Doz. 49c SWEET POTATOES 3 IBS. 39c NORTH STATE FROZEN VEGETABLES 3 PKGS. $1.00 25 EXTRA S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase pf 1 kb, SKINLESS FRANKS FRESH GRADE "A" MEDIUM EGGS 29c Dozen 50 EXTRA S & H GREEN STAMPS Oo4d through , December 23 COUPON with the purchase of Del Monte PEACHES .... 2 Cans 69c Coupon Good through Saturday, December 23 IXTRA S & H 50 GREEN STAMPS with the pur«h«t»e »! % Bag*, arty kind, of CHRISTMAS CANDY Covpori 6ood Throvgh Saturday, December 23 A CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS 50 EXTRA GREEN STAMPS with your Grocery Order Redeemable at Conjumerj! pxpires Dee. rr^^v 5\L_ ¥! ALU ABlE IXTItA *<***"**%•-?* tt* S & H QRiEN STAMPS ~ " ^klH^B^^^tt^^A ^^_^^^|^^ " of |$ Tflblet |||« HiWrday, N0*Hbfe* 23 , rf . T.^ ^ ,*-,,* Ji ^V -^^ „-• ^

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