The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1956 · Page 25
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January 24,1956 Last Rites At LuVerne For Mrs Lichty LuVerne —Funeral services for Mrs Phil C. Lichty were held 2 p.m. in the LuVerne Methodist Church Monday, Jan. 16. The c; AS-TOONS KlF&VEO'S "I'd like to get a WASH and IRON job please." You'll be surprised at the differ* eni things we can do to give you more PLEASANT MOTORING). K£H & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St., Rev. Robert Kessinger officiated and burial took place in the Lu- Verne cemetery with Blake Funeral home in charge of arrangements. Mrs Ray Stone, organist, accompanied Mrs Bertie C. Ramus who sang "In the Garden" and "Beyond the Sunset." Casket bearers were Wayne Sanford, Harold Trauger, Earl Hanselman, Edward Dehnert, Alvin Weber and Edward Lindebak. Many friends were shocked and saddened by the sudden •death of one of our prominent citizens when Permilla Legler, age 65. wife of Phil C. Lichty, passed away on Jan. 13th at 1:30 p.m. after a short illness in the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Lichty was born Sept. 18, 1690, a daughter of the late Mr WIPE OUT RATS! WHIN YOU Utf FAMOUS CONCENTRATE WOULD* GIIAflST riELD TISTS PROVE 1X3-2-1 j* M««t IWICTIVf lalt tvtr Dtvdoptd SAFISt Warfarin trti- •tt lv*r OUAftANTIID TO DISTftOY YOUR RATS AND MICI Ot YOUR MONIY IACKI Makes 6 Lbs. of d-CON KOHLHAAS HARDWARE and Mrs Fred Legler. Her entire life was spent in and around Lu- Verne. She was united in marriage to Phil C. Lichty, on May 4, 1913. To this union was born twins, Phil Arthur and Phyllis. She leaves to mourn her death her husband and the daughter, Mrs Laurel Bentley of Kansas City and granddaughter, Dawn Bentley. The son Phil Arthur preceded her in death while serving in England as a lieutenant in World War II, Oct., 1944. One sister, Mrs George Watkinson, Cedar Falls; two brothers, Wilson Legler, Corwith and Arthur Legler, Fort Dodge, also survive. Mrs Lichty took part in church and civic activities as long as her health permitted. Attending the services were: Mr and Mrs George Watkinson, Cedar Falls; Mr and Mrs Arthur Legler, Mr and Mrs Clayton Stoner, Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs. Earl Legler, Algona; Mr and Mrs Harlan Nelson, Lyle, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Don P. Lichty, Mr and Mrs Lee H. Lichty, Virginia Lichty, Evan Lichty, Mr and Mrs William McCall, Chicago, 111.; Mr and Mrs Fergersen McCall, Glen Ellyn, 111.; Mrs Katherine Burtis, Mrs William Hershey, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs Cecile Wer- mersen, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mrs Robert Knutson, DCS Moines; De- Ray Lichty, Mason City; Mrs Freda Steussy, Mr and Mrs Mike Loss, Mr and Mrs Lyle Raney, Algona. At March of Dimes Tea Union 4-H Met The Union Girls 4-H club met on Jan. 9 at the home of Mary Broesder with 13 members present. Demonstrations were given by Betty Thilges and Mary Beth Reilly, and talks by Grace McKim, Marjorie Holdren and Susan Nitchals. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT An Algona woman. Mrs Lillie Foth of Algona. was one of a group who attended a kick-off party for the March of Dimes at the Governor's mansion in Des Moines. recently. Mrs Leo Hocgh, wife of the governor, was hostess, and plans were made for a similar series of coffee parties in the counties. Mrs Foth is county president of the American Legion Auxiliary. With her is Mrs Clarence McGrane of Carroll. 108 At St. Joe Guest Night Held Jon. 19th St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseptt guest night was held on Thursday evening, Jan. 19, in St. Joseph's School and was attended by 108. Following the 6 o'clock pot-luck dinner, the evening was spent playing cards. In bridge Mrs Ted Wagner received, high prize and Mrs Nick Bormann low prize. In 500 Alvin Klein received high prize and Henry Slrunc, low prize. Ted Wagner received the door prize. Mrs Art Kohlhaas entered St. Ann hospital in Algona for medical aid on Tuesday. Agnes Loebach oj Whittemore, sister of Mrs Kohlhaas, is assisting with the care and household duties in the Kohlhaas home. Joan Kohlhaas, oldest daughter ot Mr and Mrs Art Kohlhaas, had her tonsils and adenoids removed in St. Ann hospital in Algona on Friday. Joan is a first grade student in St. Joseph's School. K. C. benefit dance will be sponsored by St. Joseph's Council of here and Redemption Council of West Bend in the Plantation Ballroom on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Public is invited. MARRIED A mother and daughter were married in a double ceremony in Iowa City recently. They were Eva Reed, 43, of Mechanicsville,, who married Louis Cozart, 46, of Cedar Rapids and Grace Reed, who married Paul Hines of Stanwood. UDM Classfieds Pay Dividends Burt Youth Plans Career As Vocational Ag Teacher Richard Campney Richard Campney, son of Mr and Mrs W. E. Campney who farm near Burt, will graduate from Iowa State College in June with the bachelor of science degree in agricultural education. Dick is a 1952 graduate of Burt high school where he lettered in basketball, was active in music groups and won the citizenship award upon graduation. He has had 8 years of 4-H Club work and has held most of the local offices as well as that of county vice-president. He was active on the nigh school newspaper and yearbook staffs. Coming to Iowa State College in the fall of 1952, Dick selected agricultural education A3 hi* major because of a desire t<J teach and still be close to agricultural areas. He will interview between now and June (of a position as a vocational agricul* lure teacher. Last year, Dick had a six-week practice teaching experience in Hartley under Eldon Kelley. He liked the business of teaching and is more convinced now than ever before that this will offer the future he wants. He is a resident of Niles House in Friley Hall, men's residence association on the campus. He is also an active member of the Agricultural Education Club. He has earned about 60 per cent of his educational expenses as a waiter in one of the sororities near the college and also as a member of general services in Memorial Union. He has been putting in as much as 30 hours a week at extra work. In addition, he has received some help from his parents when he has needed it. Dick is active in Wesley Foundation of the Methodist church and has served as educational chairman of the Collegiate Methodist Church chapter of the foundation. He has also served as finance, chairman and at present is president of Sigma Thcta Epsilon, Methodist men's fraternity. Mayor's Court Only'two cases were heard by Mayor Shierk during the week. William G. Woodcock, Algona, paid $5 and costs on a stop sign violation and Raymond Krause, LuVerne, paid $5 and costs for passing a school bus. Thrifty Shopping Tips FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE •JEWELRY /% c* — •—.*_ yj A - . RUSK BARGAIN SPECIAL! THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY Toothpaste ARE YOU REALLY ENJOYING LIFE? 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