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\i 2-Alg6rt« (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, Ma/4, 1954 Mrs. John Van Buskirk, 90, Rites Held Ottosen Funeral services for Mrs John Van Buskirk, 90, Were held Mori- day, April 26, at 2 p. m. at the Ottosen Presbyterian church, with Rev A. Ramirez officiating, attd Elder Keith Strayer assisting. Casket bearers were Floyd Holt, MeYle Holt, Lee Holt, Clarence Krbeger, Gerald Iverspn and Rudy Berninghaus. ' ; ? , Mrs Arnold Bratland, accompanied by Mrs Herman Kramer, rendered sacred selections. Mrs Essie Cdafter and Mrs Ralph Richards; were in charge of the flowers. Burial was in East Lawn Memorial Garden in Algona with the, Bogaard 'funeral' home ,of Humboldt in charge of arrangements. Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Harvey and Elizabeth Wilson, was born March 31, 18,84, at Mount .Carroll, 111. Ih this locality she attended school grew to womanhood. and On November 21, 1883, she. was united in marriage to John Van Buskirk. To this union five children were,born. . , In • 1901* she moved with her •fdmily to Iowa, settling near Armstrong. During the years that followed she and her husband were , engaged in farming opera- tions'in Several localities :in Iowa 1931, she and her husband moved to a farm n6ar West Bend where she resided until Mr Van Buskirk's death in 1943, after which she made her home with her son and daughter-in-la"w at Ottosen. In August of 1952, while visit- hig relatives in Minneesota, Mrs Van Buskirk fell and sustained severe hip injuries. Fof a time following; her accident, her devoted son and daughter-in-law cared • for her in their home at Ottosen and. gave unstintingly ot their time_ and energy in seeking to ease her suffering. However, late in Septentber of. 1952,'; Mrs Van BUskirk entered the Good Samaritan home where facilities at for Laur^ns, medical treatment were v more adequate and where she received expert care during her convalescence. During the final months of her life, while at Laurensr she was visited -frequently by friends, and members of her family. • ,, ( About two weeks ago Mrs Van Buskirk began to fail rapidly. It soon became apparent to* those near to her that a life that had begun on the American frontier was slowly-ebbing. At noontide on; Friday; April '23,-. Mrs VaA Suskirk summoned Her .nurse comfor,ting words-of th&«5Pwi Third Psalm. ^Before? Ifte;i — ••**» f. wu'«'«> ^iHTHiAV* U VI»« ( JlUfoQ Had finished, Qrandrria Van slipped quietly and -tfeadeftiily Into JStewtlty. Sh^had attate^ aft age of niftety years, and 23 tfays.' , , Left to ncrourrlr, and'tenderly re* member arc three sons tod one daughter, Jesse of, Ottosen; John' Jr.j of Leucadia,* Calif.; Oletf/Of Hoquiam, Wash.; and Mrs.MyHk. McKee of Spokane, Wash. Ahdth" er daughter, Mrs Lester Mesick, preceded her in death".' Also sur-. viving are twelye livings grandchildren' and'22 greftt-frandcnu« dren. . ' •*' Grandma, .Vafi, -as sha- -Was affectionately 'known.to,many, Was a gracious, Christian* Iftdy;:pos- sessing a rare'.'',Cdihbittatl6n of cheerfulness, kindness, charity, humility, patience, a deep understanding and an abiding love of all God's creations. On numerous' occasions she stated she 1 had never met the person she didn't likei Hers Was a philosophy of apj plied Christianity iit action,«and some part o"f that phllbsophy rubbed orf on others "who came In contact with N her< Even into ad- and Minnesota.'In the spring 1 ,'of and'requested she read aloud the LOSE UGLY FAT TODAY Amazing New Scrfe Discovery Makes FOR MEN AND WOMEN Every one is talking about the new reducing sensation HUNGER TABLETS. Science now helps you- take off your fat while you eat the foods you choose. HUNGER TABLETS make yoif lose ugly fat, pounds and inches of it, without dieting or hunger . . . and'wilt not affect the heart. •• '< ' Think of it! With HUNGER TABLETS you no longer count calories, you forget all about diets. Fat goes fast' from all over the body! All you do is swallow two HUNGER TABLETS before each meal followed by a glass of water—"and eat the foods you like. \ And you don't have to worry about HUNGER TAB- LETS—It'is absolutely^ safe—It is a food : adjunct—not a. drug. . ' \>- • , • Nothing like it ever before. You get no "Reducing Plan'' ,or "Reducing Menus" with HUNGER TABLETS. None are needed. t • ' ,t ^. .. ; ;iWith; HUNGER TABLETS you eV«what you like— grow slim,' more youthful looking, more active and enjoy better health. For easy reducing get HUNGER TABLETS today. A sixteen day supply for less than 19c per day. HUNGER TABLETS are sold at all leading drug stores. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE TIGGES DRUGS • H • B_HMB_ Cloverleaf CHECKERBOARD NEWS by Dick Burl, Algona Cloverleaf Hatchery 8t Feed Co. Matt Weydert's Chicks Weigh Almost Two Lbs. Matt'Weydert's 400 chicks were eight weeks old Monday. He's only lost one so far . . . and now the other ,'iUD weigh almost two pounds each. Matt says he's really satisfied with the results Purina has given him. HEALTH HINT When birds go off feed .. When Air Sac Strikes . . . Highly fortified with vitamins and antibiotics, ; this complete poultry ' Chow is u wonderful aid ' iri reducing mortality ; from Air Sac Disease in ' chickens. Helps to con-eel j loss of appelite, too. Lei t us tell you more about j CHEK-H-AID. > May We Serve You? If we can be of service to you at any time, please feel free to call on us. We've been trained by Purina and have lots of experience. Don't forget . . . we have a date. CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY & FEEDS. '.V.V«V.Vi Guard Rail Saves Pigs Guard rails are a great help in keeping the sow from rolling on her pigs and mashing them. Every farrowing house should have a guard rail at the sides and back of eaclj pen used by a sow and litter. Guard rails should be 8"xlO" high and ii" to 10" from the wall. Hi-member, pigs lost cost you money. 67% Lay . . .^ 240 Eggs Per Bag One man reports good results on liis breeder flock of 150U birds. IIu has followed the Purina Program for four years, says he has averaged ()7'i production. This figures out 210 egns per 100 Ibs. of Purina Breeder Lay Chow and grain, including feed for the roosters. He credits his success with poultry to his exact record keeping, constant culling and a good feeding program. It's No Joke, Son! Teacher: "What is. the principal export of the United States?" Pupil: "Money!" Vanced age, she retained a youthful spirit and outlook on life 1 , Last Rites For Mrs Tjaden, fitonka, Held Titonka—Funeral' services were held Monday, April 26, for Mrs Kobus Tjaden -at- the Ramsey Reformed church with :the Rev A, Roskamp. officiating. - . Mrs Kobus Tjaden was born Katie Hopkes in Germany, Jan. 1 14, 1881. At about three year's of' age she came with her parent? to America and settled near Ackley, later moving; to . Kossuth county where -they, farmed. At this time, the family united with the Ramsey Reformed church. In 1901 she was united in marriage to Kobus Tjaden. They lived on a farm in German township until 1949;. when they retired to their home iri Titonka. Mrs Tjaden died April 22. At the time of her passing she had reached the age of 73. Mrs Tjaden is survived by tier husband and two children, Stephen of Lakota and Sena (Mrs John Beenken) of Titonka, eight grandchildren, a brother ~ Ben Sppkes of Titonka and a host of friends and relatives. Mrs Tjaden was a faithful member of the Ramsey Reformed church, with many years of work as Sunday School teacher and :or over 50 years she was a faithful member of the ladies aid. 59ih Anniversary ' ! Mr and Mrs John A. Harm^ celebrated their 59th wedding an* niversary last Tuesday, April 2GB Mr and Mrs Harms were married in Germany, she being the former Grace Meyer. In 1906 they came to United States and settled at Alden where they lived two years. They came to Kossuth county and settled on a farm now farmed by one of their sons Albert until ten years ago vyhen they moved to town and retired. Nine children were born to them. They are, John A., Jesse, Herman, Carl, Ralph and Albert. Jennie lives with her parents. Two children have passed away, Henry P. and Anna. Dreesmah He;e jftt atjg'i «^* *,1_W**4M**/- £*••«•••«. ,^W*M if HMWU.V"^V month ago id look after nfrlatttt duties. •• '• *v -i ,'.i • ; v Bie^Bb^\1»^ft*&&Hlr«* 'tonka Cons&lidatetf &hoM;'cahif home .with a Nc/?Ir*f«f)Frjd THc qdaMett^tttn^ifiiiM 30 other quartettes.. 7 * Th"e Jour bo'yf" were Mattfn Ndwand,' Ores- Kim Roskamp, Robqrt Kinseth a'jfd LeRoy Bruns.' r She..dtMef r th|ree ebntestants rated'a-'II;; • " Dale Schroeder, Of tone Rock; Is Now Sergeant Gradual*. Ma/19 baccalaureate sermon will n of y. Iff.' . . 6fty be given Clinton Sunday 'evHi W..R. Haffiiitbn Of ill ' give,' ",fhe dress May IS. The seniors 'are Gerald Arnai Torii Forburger, Tom Lickteig, Bill.Jjoeblg, ,-Dean , Kleinpeter, Zend ^ ReisingV Merlin Studer. John YoungWirth, Carl Froehlich, Sharon Muliin, Betty Rae Ricjce, CarOMJemmingsen; Kay Hilbert, Bleicn, Uonnie Studer and Mqjy ICaye Sfitiith, flelurns From Hospital '„' f • Frank v^Bfekh - was , brought I .CORPS,, KOREA — Dale' A. Schroeder, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock, la,, was recently promoted to • sergeant first class,while serving with the 17th Field Artillery Battalion in. Korea. • .': , j i "His .unit, which arrived' in Korea during August 1950, fired in support of every, UN division during the conflict. , Schroeder, a cannoneer in Bat-, tery C, entered the Army in September 1952 and arrived in Korea during March 1953. His wife, Rita, also lives, in Lone Rock. Sgt. Schroeder expects to leave Korea in. June. Annual Election ByWesleyGDA On Wednesday Wesley— The C. D. A.'s will meet -Wednesday evening, May 5 for the annual election of officers. ,. , •'!• ; , j Those •'•• on the entertainment- cominU'fee ; • are I , the', "Mesdames' home We'dnesffa^ April 28 ffom an Iowa City University hospital where h^had^ufgefy for stomach ulcers, f Tom McMahon of Pocahontas, formerly of Wesley, went aown to get him. f < • -1 ' —— i— • , School Skating Parly The seventh and eighth grades of th& parochial school will en» tertaljj the ninth grade Of the public school and the seventh and eighth grades of the St. •Benedict parochial school at a skating party at Algoha, Tuesday evening, Ma'y 4. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Smith accompanied them. At Cousin's Funeral Mrs Leo Hanig, Mrs Alfred Erdman; Mr and Mrs Will Mayer of St. Benedict' and Lou Gilbrlde of Algona went to St. Cloud, Minn. Sunday, April 25, where on Monday morning- they attended the funeral of a cousin Mrs John Pleffron aged 50. They returned home Tuesday. Contract Bridge Party 'Mrs Stan -Johnson entertained her contract bridge club Monday evening April 26. Mrs Gayle Studer Won high score prize and Mrs David Kleinpeter, low score prize. : served .the luncheon. - The WAC.S, of the Methodist Church wUl meet In the church parlbrs WeftfteSday afternoon. May 5. Mrs Thertn Hansen will Md Me 'demotions, and Mrs Charles Nygaard will give the lisSbn, Hostesses Will be the Mesdames Philip 1 * Lee, Richard Smith, Clare -Robinson, P. C. Haynes and Carl Johnson; Mrs Esther Skow gave an interesting talk on her recent trip to the Holy Lands, at the April 28 meeting of the Evangelical Free 'Ladies Aid. She left the following day" 'for her home Irt Seattle, Washington: Mr* Carson Simpson submitted 'to surgery at Mercy - hospital, Mason City Tuesday, April 27. Gloria Simpsoh'and Scott Davis of Ottumwa accompanied Mr and Mrs Arthur Larson and family to Algona - Saturday , April- 24 where they spent the day 'with Mr and Mrs .LJoyd Gef ber and family. Davis of .Ottumwa will spend the summer at the Carson Simpson home. He is a brother of Mrs Simpson} -• Mrs Ed Hildman, entertained her* bridge club Thursday afternoon,- April 29. . Mrs Viola Studer will entertain the playerp on Wednesday afternoon, May 12, ''•:'...• Mrs John Dilg of Glenview, 111. came last week and will spend several Weeks , redecorating the honie»they; brought from the late MM .Otillla .Hildman estate. The fartily -' will torn* Here after school IS Out, t& spend the summer months. ;: , Si, Joie^h 1 ^ dhurch. and Parish hall Was cleaned Wednesday afterndbn by' a group o^Womeh, Who occupy pews on the 1 soutn side of church. .• ,„ , Mrs George Hirner, and Mrs Rich Reiling *ill ser.ve^t.the meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday •afternoon M Mr ^nd Ms Lon Goug& ; spent ; Thursday at; the. home; i?f their daughter; Mrs ClarfenCe Placek and family at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Johno ..Seller , of Humboldt, were. Agm ^ |«ests in the parental, A. J.Seiler; home. Other guests at Sellers Sunday were Mr and Mrs Lou Heifner arid'Tommy of Albert Lea;, Ml and Mrs June ttbbld and family and, Mr and Mrs Dale:Swatiey ° Mr arid Mrs Vee Muliin attended a meeting of Kossuth/County Rural Letter Cafriers at Carl Priebe home at Fehton Tuesday- evening, April 27., -, ".. ; The American Legion Auxiliary -will meet iThUrsday evening, May 6, with Mrs Nyla Newbrough anct Mrs Emma Olson as hostesses. A County Legion meeting will be held in the Legion Hall here Monday night, May 10, A Centennial Feature! Hosts At 500 Mr ' and Mrs Albert Lickteig entertained their 500 Club at 3 tables Wednesday evening. Mi and Mrs- Wilfred) Becker were guests. Mrs Vincent EiSenbacher won high score prize and Mrs Becker low score pYi Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes will entertain the young couples on Sunday \evening, jMay 16. School Picnic The seventh grade pupils' of St. Joseph's parochial school will entertain : the eighth grade at a picnic at school grounds Wednesday, May 12. The school picnic will be held on the grounds oh Thursday, May 13.'. , Joarr'- .Johnson",' •MaryJ'iWSb'e'f 'fed Mary Wihgert.* -f ; .jv'- , jj Those on the eats committee are Maud Studer, Mildred Cps« grove, Rosemary Stott, Betty Cranston and Matilda Loebig. Forest City Guests • >Dr. and Mrs H. H. Raney and Dr. and Mrs L. L. Pfeffer were guests at the Dr. .and Mrs Earl Schaffer home at .Forest City Saturday evening, May 24, Other Iguests were Dr. and Mrs E. J. jAnderson of Sioux City., »j^-H-^.:.. '-•->-.. -.'• •«.:. ,» At the regular meeting of the Lions Club Wednesday .evening April 28. Don Kraus gave a very interesting talk on "Bees." The Willing Workers Circle THE SKIES for the JOHN DEERE BALLOONS They'll Have Lucky. Numbers Thgt May Entitle You To A "Secret" Lucky Prize During the Centennial Celebration in July. . . FIRST RELEASE WILL BE MADE WEDNESDAY MAY 5th Watch For Balloons! WILLIAMS & TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. Flom was h|r Old and Modem D A N CIN G • '* * * *•* Legion Balfroom Bancroft, Iowa Tuesday, May 11 LYNN KERNS Tuesday/May 18 DON DEAN Advance Booths, Payable Don Murray, commander 'Bancroft, Iowa . Billy Abbas, son of the late Mr and Mrs Ed Abbas, is back to Titonka agairuand will make his home with his sister Mrs Clarence Isebrand and family. , Mrs Emma Ostermann has come home after a two month's stay in Colorado. Her son met her at Mason City airport Sunday. Mr and Mrs John Baade were weekend guests of his parents and family Mr and Mrs Fred Baade. Mr and Mrs Baade live at Webster City bitf. he works at Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs John Woods and family will leave May 8 for Akron, Ohio, where Dr. Woods will continue his practice. He has been in Titonka three years. Karen Grafen of Chicago has been visiting, her aunt Louise Senne and relation the past week. She returned home Saturday. - Gordon. (Butch) Swan returned from the Veterans hospital in Des Moines Thursday evening. His wife and his brother Kenneth went to gel,him by ambulance, ile will be confined to his house for another week. Mrs Flu Mae Boomgars and son Finnie were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Glen Miller and daughters Saturday evening. Donald Cosgrove left Thursday for the west coast after spending a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Win. Cosgrove am! family. Donald is in the navy and is an electrician's mate, Is' Class. Mrs Will Miller was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital last week, suffering from a stroke. Mr and Mrs Iryin Michaelson and family of Vincent and Mr and Mrs George Sachau were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family. Mr and Mrs Ray Miller of Buffalo Center accompanied by Mrs Florence Reaser were weekend uests of Mr and Mrs Wayne Miller and family of Versailles. Mo. Many. Titkona residents attended the funeral of Mrs Ben Rippentrop of Blue Earth, Minn. Friday. She is the sister of Henry and Ed Ites of Titonka and is also survived by a brother Ralph and mother Mrs Henry lies of Buffalo Center. Mrs Herman Dreesman came from Long Beach, Culif, last week and spent a few clays with her husband last week. She was called to Holland, Mich., by the death of her brother Heinif- Schoon and atopptd heie-ou her way back la California. Ah ML NOTJHESflME! When You Judge a Margarine, Judge it for Flavor! Nutrition! Economy! ,_, ,--. .t^Hftk 9 and, of course, This coupon good ctt any store for TOWARD COST OF 1 Li, OF Blue Bonnet Margarine GROCER] This coupon will be rcduu.-nud by your Standard Brands repriaentuiv* for lOf plua the handling charge. Prwtntullon conatiluu* a representation that nil Urnu of tkia offer have tc.cn fulfilled and iiutU payment is not In violation of any Federal or State regulation. Any other application constitute fraud. The ctwlumer must pay any talcs lax. Offer liooil ill V.$.A, only. 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