Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1964 · Page 3
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.< GOOD SAMARITAN HOME, ALGONA Drive for funds planned for Good Samaritan Home By MRS. C.C. SHIERK Globe-Gazette Correspondent ALGONA — The coordinating committee for the Good Samaritan Home at Algona has announced a final drive for funds wil! be conducted between now and Jan. 15 to fulfill the community's commitment to furnish equipment for this building. Ground was broken for construction Nov. 16. Completion is expected in time to permit occupancy in the fall of 1965. Cowan Corporation of Algona is the general contractor. Co-chairmen of this fund drive are Jack Chrischilles, N a t Bangs and Russell Buchanan. They stated that it will require a minimum of $50,000 to equip the building. At the present time, approximately half of this amount has been raised. The final fund drive is not a second solicitation of those who have already made substantial pledges, but rather will be a concerted effort to contact those persons who are' interested in the project but who may not have been contacted in the first drive. Anyone wishing to make a contribution or who wants more information is asked to call 0. L. Nasby, manager of the present home; R. G. Buchanan or Jack Chrischilles. The complete support for this Tina Rae Reams GREENE — Tina Rae Reams, ZV> months, died early Tuesday at the Cedar Valley Hospital. Born Sept. 30, 1964, she was the daughter of Charles and Nancy Gibson Reams. She is survived by her parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reams, Marble Rock; and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gibson, Greene. Graveside services' will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the West Side Cemetery here with the Rev. Richard Stoneberg of Aredale officiating. Reid Mrs: Emma Biei CHARLES CITY—Mrs. Emma Biel, 78, widow of John Biel, died Monday night at the Cedar Valley Hospital where she had jeen a patient for two days. Funeral charge. Chapel will be in George L. S/iaver HAMPTON — George Leroy Shaver, 75, Hampton, died Saturday at Franklin General Hos pital. Services were held Wednesday at the Green and Sietsema Funeral Home. The Rev. William A. Knight officiated. Burial was in the Friends Cemetery at Iowa Falls. Survivors are his wife, Alvena; four daughters, Mrs. George Ericksen, Mason City; Mrs. Howard Campbell, Rockwell; Mrs. Orval Miller, Plymouth; and Mrs. Frank Perkins, Hampton; 10 She had made her home in 'harles City since 1936 and was a member of St. John Lutheran Church and" the Naomi Circle. Her husband died Oct. 9, 1950. Emma M. Reinke was born June 10, 1886, at Farmersburg the daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. Reinke. She was married to John Biel, Feb. 17, 1909. She i survived by two sons and a daughter, Harold Biel, Charles City; Donald Biel, Ortonville Minn., and Mrs. Helen Mathews Kalamazoo, Mich.; 11 grandchil dren and seven great-grandchil dren. Funeral project is reflected in the fact that the pastor of every local Protestant and Catholic church and the head of every civic or- ;anization has unqualifiedly declared his support. The present proposal calls for a 60-bed home in three wings, with a central area for nurses and personnel to be in quick reach and supervision of any room. The dining room overlooks the river valley to the south and the hills and bluffs on the other side of the river. Provision is made for the addition of one other wing and a combination dining room and solarium when needed in the fu- ure. The living quarters will be ne-story. with kitchen and util- ty areas in the south wing. The building will be construct- d of fire-resistant materials and designed to avoid an insti- utional look. It will be equipped vith the most modern heating and ventilating systems, a modern kitchen and laundry. There is a waiting list to get nto the present home, and it is 'elt the enlargement will attract services were held grandchildren grandchildren. and 11 great- 4-H members campaign for Kossuth County offices For Hancock County in 1965 Dec. 23, m| 1H4 3 Glob«-Gai«tt«, Mason CHy, la. Rood construction estimated GARNER— Road construction and maintenance program for Hancock County with county unds is estimated to total $605,000 in 1965. This is about eight per cent more than the $562,000 :or 1964, according to road officials. Blacktopping of 21Vi miles of Hancock County roads and grading of 12Va more miles are in eluded in the Hancock County road program for 1965. This additional 21M: miles of blacktop will make a total qf 134V<> miles of hard-surfaced roads in the county. Included in the farm-to-mar ket road program for Hancock County is the completion of the eight miles of grading and the blacktopping of the Crystal Lake to Forest City road. The road will be blacktopped from the Crystal Lake end cast to the Fred Sahr farm. The overpas will not be blacktoppod in 1965 as the grading has not as yet een completed. Other projects included In the ALGONA—Kossuth County 4-H Rally Night will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 29, at the Algona High School Auditorium. Eight boys and eight girls will be campaigning for the position of Kossuth County 4-H officers. A president, vice president, secretary-treasurer and historian will be determined by the members of 4-H, voting for both the girls and the boys 4-H clubs. Student Loan Association has meeting MARBLE ROCK—The annual meeting of the Student Loan Association of the Rudd-RocTctord- Marble Rock Community School System was held in the Council Room of the First Security Bank in Marble Rock. Reelected were Mrs. L. S. Wentworth, Marble Rock, president; Grover Galvin, Rockford, vice president, and Mrs. Alfred Gahlman, Marble Rock, vice president. Contributions to date total |$2,171.15. Interest payments re- The Good Samaritan Society is ceived from money in the bank The county 4-H junior and senior choirs will present a program, for which they have boen in rehearsal weekends. Their numbers range from the 4-H Clover Song to the Battle Hymn of the Republic. The voting and choir presenta tion will be followed by leader recognition and leader clover awards. Receiving the clover award for 25 years of service will be Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht of Lakota. Bernard Thilges of Bode will be awarded the clover for 15 years. Receiving 10 - year awards will be Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Floyd Bode, Al gona, and William Fritz, Wesley Five-year awards will be pre sented to Mrs. Wayne Smith West Bend; Mrs. John Gisch more people to'the iine care of he home. Evada Mason HAMPTON — Mrs. Evada A. Mason, 78, Hensell, died Saturday night at Franklin General Hospital. Funeral services were Tuesday at the Union Wednesday at St. John Lutheran Church. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery with the Hauser Fu neral Home in charge. Myrtle Leonard CHARLES CITY — Mrs. Myrtle Leonard, 80, widow of Lee Leonard, died Monday evening at the Cedar Valley Hospital. She had lived more than 40 years on a farm north of |Charlcs City and since the death of her husband in Charles City. Myrtie May Butterfield was born April 22, 1884 in Charles City, the daughter of Harvey and Emma Webster Butterfield. She was married to Lee Leon- willing to invest up to $300,000 n the building and has borrowed .he money from local sources for this purpose. Since the society does not have sufficient funds to finance the entire project, the people of the community have been asked to furnish the land and begin the building, at an anticipated cost of $65,000. The Good Samaritan Society is a non-profit organization. Gifts to it are tax-deductible. It is non-denominational in operation and is not subordinate to any church body. The co-ordinating committee on the expansion project includes M. H. (Dutch) Honsbruch, chairman; Robert Peters, vice-chairman; R. G. Bu chanan, secretary; C. W. Conn treasurer, and 0. L. Nasby. and from student loans total: 1125.44. The amount of money now on loan to studetns is $2,175. Expenses to date, which ncludes the cost of filing incorporation papers with the Iowa state and Floyd County recorders has been $21. The present balance on hand is $100.59. Contributions have been received from 50 separate individuals and organizations. "HOW GREAT 'A GIFT" TOETERVILLE — Sunday school children of St. Peter Lutheran Church at Toeterville will present their program on the theme "How Great a Gift," Christmas Eve at 7:30 under the direction of the Rev. William Kamke. Mrs. Rudolph Nitardy is organist. Mrs. Fred Lupkes, Mrs. Rober Dodds and Dick Kuecker, all o Algona; Harold Wolf and Mrs Ted Hilbert, both LuVerne; Mrs George S I r e i t, Whittemore Roger Jensen, Lone Rock, am Luke McGuire of Burt. The impressive 4-H office in stallation ceremony climaxe the evening and starts the ne\ officers into a year of servic useful to their 4-H clubs an their communities. The friends,and families of a the members of Kossuth Count 4-H have been invited to atten the 1965 Rally Night. arm-to-ma'rket program for 965 are eight miles of grading n Bingham Township from the orthwest corner of section 32 ast to Highway 111 at an esti- mated cost of $76,000; comple- ion of the grading and the ilacktopping of the seven miles, <nown as German street, from lighway 69 east to the Cerro lordo County line at an estimated cost of $168,000; and the construction of a two-inch asphalt mat on top of the three Titles of blacktop from Woden to the Kossuth County line. County Auditor Arthur A. Ross explained that the cost of these construction projects will total $554,000. He said $175,000 of this amount will be funds from- the federal government, $125,000 are from the state farm-to-market funds and the remaining $254,000 will come from funds carried over from 1964. Local road construction work in the county for 1965 is estimated to cost $173,500 as compared with $136,000 in 1964, He said $25,000 of this amount will be used to purchase the right of-ways to construct new grades Projects for which the remain ing local funds will be used in elude: orth city limits of Klemme; rading of one mile in Bingham ownship from the northwest orner of section 31 to the north- r est corner of section 32; con- truction-of a half-mile of grad- ng in Madison Township, south- ast of the Forest City golf ourse, from the north quarter orner of section one south and ast to the east quarter corner f section one. One mile of grading in Orthe Township from the northwest orner of section 28 south to U.S. Highway 18; and two miles f grading in Boone Township rom the northwest corner o ection 17 to the northwest cor ner of section 29. Maintenance budget for 1965 las been increased, according to •Yank Cmelik, county engineer, ^rimary reason for this is that a lot of the graveling was done n 1963 to the late fall. Thus, some of the graveling pianned Blacktopping 2Vj miles of roac from Garner south by the cit dump; blacktop one-mile stretc' from Highway 69 cast at th illowing the 1964 budget to be ut, Usual amount of graveling , s planned for 1965 again. He pointed out that there are several reductions in the 1965 )udget. Tools, materials and supplies budget for 1965 has been cut from $43,000 to $24,500. More lumber was purchased in 1964 than was used. Thus, this lumber is already on hand for use in bridges in 1965. Budget for property, n e w buildings and repairs was cut from $10,000 to $5,000 for 1965, Cmelik said. More money was needed in the fund last year as a small maintenance shed was constructed. A detailed county road program for Hancock County has been approved by the supervisors and been presented to the State Highway Commission for final approval. The commission has the authority to order changes in the program, if it 'or 1964 was completed in 1963,[deems necessary. Christmas Closeouts! ^*^r v For more than 100 years Gucken H heimer PR EMIUM OREGON GUESTS WODEN—Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Brandt Jr. arrived here from Oregon for a visit in the hoipve of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Brandt, and family and other relatives and friends. They plan to return to ithcir home Dec. 29. CLOSE OUT! ALL ORNAMENTS - AT Price osco! 12c Individual Lighting Tree Light Bulbs, Red Color ea The American Distilling Company, Inc. New York, N.Y. • Pekin, III. Whiskey A Blend • 86 Proof • 35% Straight Whiskey • 65% Grain Neutral Spirits !| J6" SLED GARTON ESKIMO RACER With Steering Bar — $4.95 Value A Very Ridge Church of the Brethren. Burial was in the Harlan Cemetery. Survivors are two sons, Kagey, Latimer; Raymond, Hampton; three grandchildren four gr,eat grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Leo Brooks, Lynden, Wash. Green and Sietsema Funeral Home was in charge. Charles L. Bahr IOWA FALLS — Charles L. Bahr, 87, retired electrician, died at his home Tuesday. Funeral services will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Anderson Home for Funerals, with burial in Union Cemetery. Surviving arc his wife, Laura, a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Pommrehn, Des Moines, and a grandchild. Christmas cactus right on schedule in Rockwell home ! ROCKWELL —Mr. and Mrs.'. Henry Hobbiebrunken have a Christmas cactus which blooms profusely every year between Thanksgiving and Christmas and again about Easter time. The plaivt was started from a slip given to Mrs. Hobbiebrunk- en by her mother, Mrs. D. Hagen, who lived in Rockwell. Planted in. a 10-inch urn, it hasj many branches which ovcr-hangj from three to four feet and hold' approximately 1.750 deep pink blossoms. It. has been trans-j planted only three times and is; watered twice a week. j A member of the Cactaceaei family, it is commonly called Christinas cactus because of its seasonal blooming habits. HOT DOUGH If your yeast bread has a distinct flavor of yeast, you arc probably allowing the dough to me nt i ard, Dec. 24, 1903. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ethel Kicherer, Charles City, and a niece, Mrs. Marven Martens, Charles City and one gceat nephew, Charles P. Martens, Arlington, Va. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Hauser Funeral Home. Burial will be made in Oakwood Cemetery, near Floyd. Merry Christmas And A Prosperous NEW YEAR FREIGHT TRANSIT CO. 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