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Fifth Annual Flower Show Held By Garden Club MRS. GLADYS KIBURZ of Afton, la. demonstrated many of the designs in flower arranging on Thursday morning, the first day of the fifth and final Flower show School held for three days in Algona and sponsored by the Algona Garden Club. Mrs. Delia Pannkuk was chairman in charge of the school arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Kiburz who is State Show chairman. The school was held in the Home Federal Community Room. Fifty were registered the first morning, one of the largest groups ever to attend a session. They were from Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Estherville, Humboldt, Algona, Spirit Lake, Lone Rock, Garner, Hanlontown, Mason City, Burt and Clear Lake. Iva Moore from Fort Dodge, moderator of an afternoon garden show on KQTV was also present. Mrs. Kiburz had arrangements on display which demonstrated designs in free style, abstract, kinetic and the stabile. She also told the Theory and Ethics of Judging. Her humorous stories of absolute obsession to find "just the right thing" to be used in different aspects of arranging, were thoroughly enjoyed by the group. B. Donalds Rites Held At Livermore Mrs. George Donalds, 62, of Livermore, died Wednesday evening at Mercy Hospital In Fort Dodge where she had been admitted earlier that day. Funeral services, were held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Sacred Heart Church at Livermore with burial in Mount calvary Cemetery. The Lindhart Funeral Home, Humboldt, was in charge of the arrangements. Bernadine Devine Donalds was born at Livermore where she graduated from high school. She received her bachelor of science degree from Buena Vista College at Storm Lake and taught in the rural schools of Humboldt County and also in Bradgate, before going to Ogden, Utah. In 1946 she married George Donalds and the couple lived in Germany for two years before returning to Livermore where Mrs. Donalds again taught school for several years. She also taught at Bode. Mr. Donalds was Mayor of Livermore for many years. Armstrong Youth Injured In Bancroft Crash BANCROFT - A rural Armstrong youth, Timothy Guerdet, 18, is hospitalized at Holy Family Hospital at Estherville with back bruises as the result of a car, tractor accident Thursday near Bancroft. Thomas McGuire, 31, of Bancroft, was driving a tractor with a loader and chasing a hog on a blacktop road 2 1/2 miles northeast of Bancroft about 6:15 p.m. Traveling on the left side of the road, he turned back to the right side, colliding with the car traveling west driven by Guerdet. The Guerdet car went into the ditch and came to rest on its top. Damage to the loader was estimated at $300 and Guerdet's 1970 Dodge received about $2,500 damage. Highway J69- Continued from Page One - A DIFFERENT VIEW Others, speaking on behalf of property owners on the Phillips- Oak route, and the five service stations and one grocery on State and Jones, said relocation would have a great impact on total business and especially the six aforementioned businesses. It was also noted that the routes would change property valuations and taxes. Attorney Leo Cassel, speaking for the six businesses, said the Highway Commission approached the problem "wrong" in thinking that the Phillips-Oak route was the "only feasible route . . . That's not true." Cassel said the decision should be based on what is "best forthe community." Many of the prob- lems discussed Thursday were similar to both parties to the controversy (49 owners on State- Jones, 70 on Phillips-Oak) . .. trees cut ... right-of-ways which require the acquisition of land .... safety considerations. Ray Legler Killed In Cycle Crash W. Raymond Legler, 49-year- old popular LuVerne area farmer, was killed instantly early Wednesday evening when the motorcycle he was riding went out of control and flipped into the south ditch 5 1/2 miles east of LuVerne on a county blacktop road. The accident, which happened about 6;30 p.m., was witnessed by a son who saw the motorcycle fly through the air while standing in the farmyard. The youth then drove to the scene which was less than a half mile from the Legler farm home and discovered his father's body. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the United Methodist Church at LuVerne with the Rev. Otis McQuary officiating. Burial was in the Lu Verne Cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Wayne Sanford, Ed Lindebak, Larry Robb, Henry A. Hefty, Robert Barber and Sylvester Brace. Ray Legler was born at Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Legler. He was raised at LuVerne and received his edu-' cation in the LuVerne schools. He was married to Lucille Earnhardt in 1946 at Pomeroy and the couple made their home on the family farm near LuVerne. Mr. Legler is survived by his wife and three sons: Dennis, Des Moines; W. John and Charles, both at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Legler of Fort Dodge and a brother, Earl, of Knoxville. Earl Legler was formerly principal of the Algona High School. Masonic rites were held Friday evening by the VionaMasonic Lodge of Renwick of which he was a member and past master. Graveside Rites Held Monday For Ronda Gerber Private committal services for Ronda Renee Gerber, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J, Gerber, were held Monday morning at Calvary Cemetery with Monsignor L. J. Hoffman officiating. The Hamilton-Wilson Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. The infant was born prematurely Sunday at St. Ann Hospital where she died shortly after. She is survived by her parents, a brother, John and four sisters, Shelly, Sheri, Brenda and Paula. Mrs. Gerber is the former Deanne Eisenbarth. Grandparents who survive are Mr, and Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and great-grandmothers, Mrs. EmmaGerberand Mrs. Celestine Eisenbarth, all of Algona. 4 - Kowiith County Advance Monday, May 3, r Ralph Yanser Rites Today At Wesley Funeral services for a lifetime Wesley area farmer, 72- year-old Ralph Yanser, were held at 11 a.m. today (Monday) in the Blake Funeral Home at Wesley with the Rev. Frank Considine officiating. Burial was in the Evergreen Cemetery with Blake's in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Tom Ellefson Richard Balk, Raymond Wetland, Randall Clark, Leander Seefeld and Adolph Girres. Mr. Yanser was born June 6, 1898 near Wesley and farmed his entire life. He had been in failing health for some time and died Thursday night at the Britt Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for a week. 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