June 30,1955 June 30,1955 AfS. D, U, fiiias & Stephens of Algona Is one of 303 graduate students en- 1 01144 nt S6Uth Dakota U. for the year summer session, Enrollment during the present summer school is about 20 percent above last VACATION WITH US? W* torto you—and th» odd* are 70 fd 30 you'll ba back year after year. Ours is the pttttet location lo enjoy complete relaxation in our modem housekeeping cottages -among huge pines away from all traffic and hustle. World's greatest variety fishing In 6 beautiful lakes. May we send you our complete story? SUMMERS'PINE POINT Park Rapids, Minn. '"" (21 tf) Former County School Head ( Passes, Breda Funeral services for Frank Van Erdewyk, 81, former Kossuth County superintendent of schools, were held Friday in St. Bernard's Catholic Church at Breda. The Rev. J. P, Hausman was celebrant of the mass, and burial was in the parish cemetery at Breda. Mr Van'Erdewyk 'died Tues- day afternoon, June 21, ot St. Anthony 1 Hospital, where he hao. been a patient Since June 10. Hb succumbed to a heart condition. He was born Jan. 15, 1874, at Linne, Holland, and came to the United States in 1880 with his parents who settled at Breda. At the age of 16, Mr Van Erdewyk began teaching rural school there, later becoming principal in Breda. He later moved to Burt, where he taught until elected county superintendent of schools at the age of 23. Following his teaching career, he moved to St. Benedict and purchased an interest in a bank. He f then moved to Carroll and served as assistant cashier in a bank for three years. y On Aug. 14, 1906, he purchased an interest in the Breda Savings Bank nnd served there until his retirement in 1952. He was bank president from 1931 until retirement, nnd was chairman of the bank's board of directors at the time of death. He also served 35 years as the mayor of Breda, and was president of the school board for more than 45 years. He was married (o Mary Berger at Carroll, April 21, 1896, and she died in 1917. On June 26, 1923, he was married to Lena Snyder who survives. Four (laughters and three sons, a sister, 35 grandchildren and 41 great- grandchildren also survive. His youngest son, Leo., was killed Oct. G. 1944 in Holland during World War II. John Wirtjis Services Held Funeral services were held June 20 at Winnebago, Minn, foi John Wirtjis, who died Thursday, June 16, following a lingering illness. He had been hospitalized at Rochester shortly before his death. In attendance at the services were Mary Wirtjis, R. N. oi Colorado Springs, Colo., Boh Butts of Des Moincs, Mr and Mrs William Wirtjis of Lakota; Mr and Mrs Guy Stotts of Garner; Mr and Mrs Tony Accurso of Bancroft and Mr nnd Mrs Frank Butts and Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson. All were guests later of Mr and Mrs Butts of Algona TO RESIDENTS OF ALGONA . AN <. Important Message from YOUR GAS COMPANY Dear Friends: It is estimated that there will be from 400 to 500 Algona homes installing or converting to Natural Gas heat for the coming heating season. * If you are one of those planning to install or convert to G a s heat, we most strongly advise that this work be done during the months of July and August. By so doing, you will get a better installation, and in most cases at more economical cost to you. These next two months are a "slack season" in the heating business, and your heating and plumbing contractor would welcome the the opportunity to do this work now, so that your Gas heat installation will be completely ready for the first days of cold weather. We urgently advise you to consider this now ... as we and all heating men, we believe, wish above all to avoid a "rush" such as was necessary last fall. Here at your Gas company offices, we can give you full details, and also explain such items as finance plans which are available to all of our customers. In brief, it's better and cheaper to get your Gas heat installation during July and August, and avoid the rush! Sincerely yours, •i North Central Public Service Co. We Urge You to Contact Your Heating Contractor or Plumber P. R, IRONS HEATING * PLUMBING •12 tot McGregor Phone 523-R SIGSBEE HEATING & PLUMBING 308 Eo»t $tgte Phone 1070 L S. MUCKEY HEATING & PLUMBING 12 North Dodge y Phone 464 RAY FUNK HEATING & PLUMBING 119 South Dodge Phone 83 AIGONA HEATING & PLUMBING East Nebraska phone 113? G. F, TOWNE HEATING & PLUMBING 119 East Elm Phone 600 PAT HEGARTY HEATING & PLUMBING 132 Putnam Phone 302-J Wed At Whittemore Above are Anita Elbert and Milo Kollasch. both of Whittemore, who were married June 7 in St. Michael's Catholic Church in Whittemore, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. William Veit. The couple, who are both graduates of Presentation Academy, will make their home in Algona, where the groom is empolyed by Bradley Bros. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Zooming Sales For New Cars; 56, Two Weeks New car and truck sales zoomed during the past two weeks, with 50 new vehicles registered at the county treasurer's office. New owners are: Dodge — North Iowa Asphalt Co., 1 Algona. GMC—-R. C. Swanson; and G. J. Ferris, Algona. • •„?.,,- . Ford—E. C. Anderson, pickup, Swea City; L. C. Faber, pickup, Algona; W. B. Wright, Algonu; Minnie Schick, Algona; H. P. Mertz, Ottosen; Donald Bierstedt, A.lgona; Hopkins Super Serv., pickup, Algonu; Percy Watnem, truck, Ottosen; Lauren Thompson, pickup, Lakota; Beecher Lane Appl., pickup, Algona; C. D. Trunnellu, Wesley; D. L. Peterson, Algona; D. L. Barnes, Algona; Aden Benschoter, Algona; and H. D. Gross, Lakota. Mercury — Ronald Stephens, Algona; J. L. Miller, Burt; H. R. Peterson, Algona. Buick—Telko Sleeker, Titonka; R. W. Jut-guns, West Bend; Mrs Virgil Smith, Algona; Anthony Lichter, Burt; and Ida Mae McVay, Algona. Chevrolet — Laura Mae Eden, Wesley; Laverne Smith, Swea City; 'D. H. Struthers, Wesley; Marc Moore, Algona; Helen Klein, Algonu; W. L. Koppen, Wesley; H. W. Schulte, Fenton; J. M. Fleming, Whittemore; Ernie Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • » t At Your Grocer's Williams, pickup, Algona; Everds Bros., pickup, Algona; Duane Mawdsley, Algona; Russell Winter, Lakota; Donnelle Devereaux, Algona; N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Algona; Mrs Pearl Griffith, Swea City; and Roger Chafee, Burt. ' Ponllac—Albert Lickteig, Wesley. ' Plymouth — Virgil Tokheim, Armstrong; Hattie O. Wilson, Algona; J. L. Elsbecker, Bancroft; Cargo Carriers, Inc., Algona; and D. W. French, Algona. DeOoto—Lyle Mathes, Algona; and Norris L. Hines, Ledyard. Cadillac—Mrs A. C. Schissel, Lakota; and W. E. Carlson, Algona. Olds—Nick Thomson, Lakota; Conley~'oY"Wilma Goodwin, Algona; and A. L. Cotton, »Lone Rock. Nash—A. M. Carlson, Burt. Lincoln — John N. Ludwig Sc Sons, Corwith. Rabbit Count Begins July 15 Iowa conservation officers will soon begin their annual July rab- bjt survey in an effort to determine the size of Iowa's 1955 rabbit crop and predict the outlook for this fall's rabbit hunting season, according to Frank Tellier, Burt, Kossuth conservation officer. All officers have been instructed by the commission's biology section to drive regular country routes from July 15-28 from sunrise to about 6 a.m. Records of all rabbits seen, their size, condition and approximate age, will be submitted to commission biologists for analysis. In this way, ' Iowa's wildlife scientists gain some idea of the breeding success of rabbits, the number of old rabbits that made it through the winter, and the general condition of all the animals. New Zealand Youth Is Here Word has been received by Dean Barnes, county extension director, that John Ramsay, New Zealand, arrived June 28 to stay with Mrs Marguerite Gardner, Algona, for a month. Ramsay is being sponsored by the International Farm Youth Exchange Program which is conducted by 4-H clubs of the United States. The I. F. Y. E. program brings farm youths from foreign countries to the U. S. and sends American boys and girls to foreign countries. The 4-H clubs pay their expenses through money donated to the program. Rumsay has been in Iowa for two months, one month at New Hampton, Chickasaw County and one month at Atlantic, Cass County. He will be available for speaking engagements and public appearances throughout Kossuth County, according to Barnes. July Draft Quota Four Eighteen young Kossuth county men went to Des Moines Tuesday for their preliminary draft examination, according to draft clerk Idela Wood. All 18 have 1934 as a birthdate, and those who passed the medical will be sub.iect to induction later. The call for July has been received. Four men will leave here July 18, but names will not be announced until July 1. Msny live sales arguments are smothered t>y d«atf words.
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