6-Algona (la,) Upper Des Maine* ft, 1?5S . FredHauckJO, Rites Monday AtLivermore Livermore — Fred Hauck, 80| who has been making his home with his daughter, Mrs Clarence Wells for the past eight years, passed away Saturday morning at hdf home\ He has been ill since January. , Funeral services were held at 1:30 at the home and 2 o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Monday afternoon. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs Wells of Livermore; Mrs Cliff Wickey of Algona: Mrs Torger Johnson of Ottosen and Mrs Arthur JenSen of Bode, and one son, John Hauck of Livermore; also ten grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and three sisters, Rosa and Alvina Hauck of near Arnold and Mrs Mary Banhe of Livermore. The Lindhart Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. GuUd Members Meet The April Committee of the Sacred Heart Guild ' entertained the Guild members in the parish hall Tuesday afternoon. The meeting opened with the recitation of the rosary led by Father P. M. Sturm. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Richard McKenna. A short talk - was given by Father Sturm. The remainder of the ""afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. High prize went to Anna Allman and consolation prize to Mrs Robert Wonderley. Refreshments were served by the committee with Mrs Arnold Kellner chairman. Those assisting were Mrs Gertrude Boyd, Mrs Harold Roethler, Mrs Frank Biegger, Josephine Wiedemeyer, Mrs Richard Sawyer, Mrs Harold Thomas, Mrs Art Lovig, Anna Pfeffer, and Margaret'' McBreen. Mrs Miller Hostess Mrs Martin Miller was hostess to the Just-For-Fun club members at her home Wednesday afternoon. Auction bridge was the afternodn's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Clifford Baker, second high to Mrs Herman Gronbach, traveling prize to Mrs Ernest Logue, and guest prize to Mrs Norman Scott. Past Matron's Club The members of the Past Matron's Club were entertained at the home of Mrs John Olson Friday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs Harry Clark. CiU'U piiiX-o vviitil -iy- mib Liculii Rahey traveling prize, Margaret Malin and , consolation prize to Mrs Zelma Clark. Five Babies Baptized Five babies were baptized at the Methodist church Easter Sunday. They are Barbara Jane Hewith, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Cecil Hewitt; Roger Allen Fiderlick, son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Fiderlick; Debra Ann Wade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyle Wade; Carol Jean Hauck, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wallace Hauck; Clayton Charles Armstrong, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Armstrong. Kossuth Farmers Visit A group of el^a men. indadteg 10 from Kossuih County, travelled lo East Molina and R0efc Island 111 s short time *s» for & lour through the East Molme and Farmall works of the Internal ions! Harvester Co PscUKfiJ above are eight membci-s of the group. , „. ,_ j i-> They are ^3ef -.c ii«ht: Harfev Hutchinson. Fritz Newbroiigh. Amejr Cherland, Richard Gross, Ed Zalamlk; K*lr,h B^U-dt. J<ihn Zalaznik.' Don Bollig and Cliff H.enzel public relations man- ihe Ewt JiolJoe olanl. The others are all from the Lone Rock area, with the exception of Ed . -a-ho is from Fkrley. The trip, sponsored by Kossuth County Implement, Lone Rock, was trie past week here visiting her daughters, Mrs Leslie Jensen and Mrs Wayne Gardiner near Humboldt ( returned to he* home in Bancroft Sunday. •, Mr and, Mrs Gromer Davis accompanied Mr arid, Mrs Aft Bie'gger and two daughters of Ft. Dodge to Wayne, Neb., where they spent the day visiting their, sons Skippy and Denny Davis, who are attending Teachers,College at Wayne. Mr and /Mrs Ivan Frederickson and Iiiez Frederickson attended the funeral services of the infant son of Mr'and Mrs ;Richard Frederickson at,Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon. The baby- was a nephew of the Fredencksons. Marjorie Miles of Detroit, Mich, spent a few days here last week visiting her aunts, Kate Farrell and Mrs Maggie Dunphy. Dinner guests Easter .Sunday at the Paul Jarvis home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Wise and Patricia. Nelson of Manson and Glen Dean of Gilmbre City. ' . Mrs James Youngclas of Des Moines visited from Friday until .Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Arlon McGowan. a two-day trek in a special chartered bus, Mrs Johanna Sraith entertained at a card party *t her hwne Friday evening in hssor of Donald Smith, \vhr. was home- from Mount St. Bernard's Seminary. Dubuque on a vacation. Mr and Mr> Bill Wilson attended the funeral services of Mrs Wilson's father of Dakota City at the Lindhart Funeral Home in Humboldt Saturday afternoon. Mrs.'Harold Sloddard received word of the death of her uncle, at Portland. Oregon. Mrs Lawrence McPherson of Dakota City visited Wednesday with her sister, Mrs Orville Riley. Mr and Mrs Martin Miller spent Sunday at the home of his brother, Dr. Andrew Miller at Granville and helped their niece celebrate her birthday. ' '" ' Mr and Mrs Francis Murphy and Mr and Mrs-Harry 2igrang visited Sunday at the home of'Mrs Mike Riley and family at Barri- um. Mr,and Mrs Harold Thul and family and Mr and Mrs George Thul were Sunday dinner guests lized Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit. Dinner guests Easter Sunday at the Mrs Ida Stoddard home were Mr and Mrs Clayton Stoddard of Aurora. 111.: Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoddard and family of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Harold Stoddard and sons, and Frank Stoddard and daughters. Mr and Mrs Donald Andersen, who were recently married moved Saturday from her parents' aome to a house they rented neai Gilmore City. Jean Streit of near St. Joe visited last, week with her grandmother, Mrs Anna Berte. Mr and Mrs;John Zeimet were Sunday guests at the Art Vaudt home. Rev. O. William Luecke and family joined a group of ministers and families at the West Bend Lutheran church Sunday evening for a pot luck supper. Mrs Maude Wilson and dau- Pinochle Club Meets ' Mrs Ernest Haack entertained Pinochle rlub members at her home Tuesday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Herman Gronbach and .consolation prize to Mrs Frank Hoffmann. Plan Spring Supper Members of the Women's Association of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs John Olson Wednesday afternoon They made plans for a 'spring supper, April 27. Mrs William Murray and Mrs Violet Kraus were hostesses t. the LuVerne W.S.C.S. Circle 2 Weclnesduy afternoon. New members taken into th Presbyterian church Easter Sun day were Mrs Forbus Stilt?, ant son Ray. John Hosford and Leon Rummens. Mrs Carl Underberg entertninei the Equality club members at he home Thursday afternoon. Th lesson was given by Mrs Edit Johnson. An article from Reac er's Digest was given by Mi Lena Fuhrmann. Mrs Dolores Christensen entertained members of her club at her home Thursday afternoon. Rochester Canasta was played. High prizes went to Lena Altman and Mrs Norman Scott. The regular meeting of the Livermore 4-H club boys was held at the home of Marvin Zeimet, April 13th. Mrs Ernest Logue entertained a few friends at a card party at her home Tuesday afternoon. The W.S.C.S. met in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Dick Shultz hostess. After the business meeting the lesson was given by Mrs Mary Colwell. A book review was given by Mrs Ole Sittler. Mrs Keith Logue entertained the Deal and Chat club members at her home last Thursday a contract bridge. Prizes went to Mrs Leonard Wilson second high to Mrs Jerry Stiles and con:sola tion to Mrs Robert Wonderley. Linda Butler has been chosen as the Livermore Band Queer She will represent Livermore at the band festival in Mason City in June. Mr and Mrs Frank Hoffmann spent last week with their cousins Mr and Mrs Max Hohenberget in Sulpher, S. D. Ernest Miller received word ol the death of his aunt in Illinois week. at the Peter Becker home. Pfc. Robert Thul left Tuesday for Camp Kilmer, N. J., after spending a 28 day furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Thul. Margaret and Elizabeth Devine are having a new house built on the lot north of the George Donalds house. Dinner guest last Sunday at the Roy Gales home were Mr and Mrs Earnest Gales and family, Mr and Mrs William Devine and ;son,,Mr and Mrs John Capesius Mr aim ivirs Krnesi jalesJr and family, Mr and Mrs 'ale McKibbon of Thor and Mr nd Mrs Robert Thornton of Da- ota City. Violet Wilson, who spent the ast four months with her mo- ler, Mrs Maude Wilson, left 'uesday for Arizona. Mr and Mrs Martin Miller left riday morning for Minneapolis, rtinn., where Mrs Miller spent the weekend with relatives. Mr Miler went from -there to their cabin t' Lake Winnebegosh, but will eturn here before they settle in heir cabin on the lake for the ummer. The infant .son of Mr and Mrs Francis Collins was baptized Thursday evening at Sagred Heart "hurch. He was named Richard Anthony. Mr and Mrs George Lenertz and Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family and Mrs Gus Bosallis of Storm Lake were dinner guests Saturday evening at the Ted Wagner home and helped .Carol Wagner celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Fred Pijoch spent the weekend of April 3 with hei father and other relatives in Minneapolis. Oscar -and Ida Riley of West Bend were Sunday evening visitors at the Mrs Kate Collins home. Dinner guests Sunday at the Ck'tus Streit home in honor o the baptism of their infant dau ghter Linda Mary, were Mr anc Mrs George Streit and family ant Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit o Whine-more and Mrs Anna Bertand Agnes. The baby was bap ghter Violet and Mrs Mabel Palmer of Humboldt enjoyed a picnic at the West Bend park Sun- day noon. .',.., Carl Miller of Aurora, 111. visited from Saturday until Monday with his brother, Leon Miller, and wife Leon has been in poor health for some time. Mr and Mrs John Olson and family and Alyin Olson were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Olson.. A number of relatives gathered at the John Olson home Sunday evening to help Mrs Olson celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Jerry Bonstatter and son of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson. Mr and Mrs Donald Monson of Alden, Minn, were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Monson. Mrs William Broddeck, Omaha, arrived Friday to visit at the Rev. O. William Luecke home. Her daughter Carol, who spent the past month at the Luecke home, will return home with her. Mrs Anna Thilges, who spent Linde To Build A New Home Cily ,— Roger Linde Swea moved his farm house to h!s lots just north of the Linde [apartment last week. He will build a fine new home on his farm this summer. In the meantime, the . n e ma, will live in the dwelling recently' mdved. The Spencer crew" from Blue Earth, Minnesota' was in charge of the moving. riOSPITALS April 7—Mrs Leo Ramus, Lone Rook, surgefy; W, H. Sharp, Algona, medical. _ April 8 — Mrs James Coyne, Bancroft, girl, 6-15; J. L. Farrell, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Robert Thiel, Emmetsburg, surgery. April 9-HMrs Orville Thill, Lu- Verne, 7-7%;, Mrs" Ernest Meyer, Whittemor«, tonsillectomy; 'Mrs Vena Schneider, Irvington, medical; Mrs Edwin Bah wart, West Bend,, girl, 6-4Vi. _ April 10*—Mrs Harlan Haas, Algona, girl, 6-13; Henry Seller, St. Benedict, accident; Bernard Bokke, Algona, medical. ' April ll— Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl, Whittemore, boy, 8-3: Jill L. McKe,an, Algona, tonsillectomy; Terry B. McKean, Algona,* tonsillectomy; William Winter, Algona, medical. April 12 — Steven R. 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