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r," Rites Saturday, Bancroft, For Mrs Mary McGuire , , Mr ant* Mrs- Tony Schneider, Sr t) Mr and^Mrs. T6ny Schneider ft, Mr SKA- Mt6 filmerSchrfeiderj .Bancron^mnai,rues were hjeld Saturday "at St.. John's dathSllc Church fo* 3ytts MaW.McGUire, wflo passed ayi>ajf r Feb. 16 at thfe home of her-sOftKe'nnetb.. Father EHmund Adams officiated With btlhal itif Greenwood cemetery. GaVry Fdnefil Home had charge of arrangements. « jj/irsyiyLC^*"****M • »i>,i*w «"*v»**™"' 18?4,* at ! HaJ!elf6w"n' ) Peritt. _... came to Kossuth county 11 years liter wherV she made her Home In and arbund; >Bancrb|6 .for 68* 'ears. Her hftsBano? 'pfecedea i* in death in 1942'. She leaves nlqe.' children? Me$ 'Tlno R. Doocy (Kateyn)', ! -Ledi- ,iard; Roy, 'Mrs Lawrence Berg- ihan (Marian), Mrs Richard (Adrea) and' Clarence, Bancroft;. Bernard, *\tdnka. . , ; ' f . , Four, broth^rSh also sUUviye.'Ben and .JoHn Farrow, Lakota; HarrV FarroW, Bancroft; and .Richard* of Sauk penter, Minri; , -i • Pallbearers, werte Ralph Caylotf, Art Long; Art Goehe, Pattl Web«, will holt The t Altar Society w a*bake- salb,at'th£ Davis ing Shop, Saturday, Feb. 28. ' William v Ml , . Mr and' Mrs William Fox, and Mrs ArthU* Kjtulligan, Mr and 'Mrs'Frarik' Mulligan attended the wedding of Kenneth Mulligan and Maxine Penton /at St. Benedict morning. Kenneth is the .IVIenke (Adrea), Gn&r^ps, •• Mr t s ,Monday morning, j&ennetn ;6letus Dorr (Phillippa), Kenneth' son'of Mr and, Mrs Frank , At and Mrs Gail J&hh8bt»- f Mf aftd tfrs Leonard* H&ttert a*nd Mf and rtrs Fraftk Diersj Mf and, Mrs P. 3afry, Mi- and MrsOrVilje Jfet- .esttead sbeht'the weekfehd'in St. where' tfi<# / attehdfed ihe n-fc df theit; ^6n and bf oth«f JbsepK wjvo^ wa* martied Satur, Mrs J". H. MenkVteturned Wed* nesday from C&frqll where she visited her- daughter Mrs Grand d . family. Mr artd Mrs Vincent Befcker a'nd family spent the Week ,in Hog' pgrs, Iowa where they nttended the- wedding of the letter's bro- then, Thursday. Mr arid -Mrs Larry Nemmers are- parents- of a son* born Friday in Holy -FaMiiy 'hospital 1 , Esther viiie. '.;.'.;. : Mr ; s''Beii Hell^n-has been Very ill at ter ^ 'Hohie. arid will enter a hospital at> Rochester this week for "treatment of yellow •jaundice Academy Of ators WiiilS WitH^O eAtH&s in tfl prelim- hSry eofitest of the loWa High School Speech AssodatiOtt, hem at Titorika on Feb. 16;- Stv cece- [la/Algoha,, came but Withi.lo top scores.. •''•-,' ' '•_'; ; f' Winner^ in oratorical de"dama- tlon were Rooert McMaHon and Grace McEyoy, freshmen, xJames McMahon, senior, got a-oner rating in extemporaneous .speaking. Original oratory winners were Jaoies McMahon, senior, and Thomas Sender, sophomore. Jeari Hall and tfarls Knecht, freshmen, and Molly Silllivan, sophomore, got one ratings in dramatic declamation. iJatnes Lichter took the ;top seor'e in, humorotis declamation. Three freshmen entered in interpretive reading scored ones They-were Caroline Bickert, Ann Mikes, and Diane Stebritz. Sophomores who secured a one fating for their play, "Judy Takes Over . were Thomas Zender, Ronald Sriggs, Donald Ffoehlich, Molly iullivan, Bunnie Sheridan, Arl&* fiudwig, Mary Ilia Erpelding, Etta Woodcock find Joan Henry, v 60th Anniversary Titonka Couple filonka—Open House. vHll, be Hel'd Sunday afternoon, Feb. ;27, at the Methodist church in Ti<- tortka, for Mir and Mrs .Charlie Phelps who' will observe their 60th wedding anniversary. It is eX" pected.that their son Willis and family of Windsor, Colo.' Will be present for the occasion. They also have another son Bernard with whom they make their home. BUP.T NEWS The World Day of Prayer will be jointly observed at the Presbyterian 'Church Friday afternoon, Feb. 25. ' Mr and Mrs LeRoy Houck of Hutchins with Mrs Arthur Houck of Hector, Mihh., ViSiteti at thts Herman Schroeder and Kenneth Cook homes last week. Wednesday in honor of Mr" Schroeders birthday anniversary, Mr and Mrs Ralph Bartlett Of Charles City were also dinner guests at this lome. - r Mr and Mrs, WilHjrin- Otto vat Mallard spent Sunday, at . the lome of the soft-Iti*Iaw and daughter, Mr, and ,Mts Roland ' B The Conservation .Card ( Pirtv Will be held in the Legion-. Hall this Thursday evening at change from Moaday evening due to another meeting. Still lit Haspital Ledyard—Mauribe Pihgel, who was seriously injured in a car accident near Armstrong tw ago, is still in the- Hbly in Estherville. Hfe suffered-_ a fractured skull and 1 other injune but his condition is improving and he hopes to be able to come hbme this week. 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