Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1971 · Page 4
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4 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, May 10, 1971 Ruby Fett, 69, Rites Friday, May /, Corwifh CORWITH - Mrs. Forest Fett, 69, died Tuesday at the Hancock County Memorial Hospital, Britt, after a lengthy illnes. Services were Friday at Grace Baptist church with interment in the Corwith Cemetery. Surviving are the widower; nine children: Alfred, Algona; Willard, Nora Springs; Donald, Corwith; James, Osage;Darrell, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Jerald Richardson, Britt; Mrs. Albert Fish, Corwith; Mrs. orlo Stewart, Duncombe; Mrs. Alan Croonquist, Moorland; 36 grandchildren; six great grandchildren; five brothers and sisters; Harold Santee, Nora Springs; Marvin Santee, Rockwell City; Hubert Santee, Stratford; Mrs. Earl Manning, LuVerne; and Mrs. Clark Kenney of Minburn. Ruby Santee was born at Geneseo, 111. She married Forest Fett at Rockwell city in 1920 and the couple moved to a farm near LuVerne in 1921 where they had lived since. Grade - High School Band Concert May 12 The Algona Instrumental Music Department will present their all School Concert, May 12 at 7:30'p.m. in the High School gym. Six individual bands with a total of 321 musicians will entertain parents and friends with a program of varied music. The 43 fourth graders will open the program with the Star Spangled Banner and show how much they have learned in just one year The fifth graders, 48 strong, will follow with the songs that they practice two days a week during their lunch hour. The cornet players will get a workout when they play Trumpeter's Salute as well as other numbers. The sixth grade band follows and proves that they can play Habanera better than they can pronounce it. They have 49 proud members. The 7th and 8th grades combine to make up the big band of the Middle School, with 88 musicians. They will play Selections from Mary Poppins, among others. The Concert will close with the High School Bands, Symphonic and Concert, totaling 93 members, playing Trumpeters Lullaby, Symphonic Dance and other tunes. It all adds up to an evening of music to which the public is cordially invited, and there is no admission charge. The bands are under the direction of William Castle and Russell Guster. ST. JOE •CDATOMEET Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph will meet on Wednesday evening for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Wm. McGuire, grand regent will . preside. Election of officers for a two year term will be the main business of the meeting. Committee in charge of the lunch and social hour will be Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. David Me Guire, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Gerald Girres and Mrs. Susie Kohlhaas. - o SON BORN Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Bormann are the parents of a son born on May 2nd in St. Ann's Hospital at Algona. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd V. Byrne of Moorland and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann, St. Joe. - o - Mrs. Evelyn Seagren of Livermore is assisting in the Albert Becker home while Mrs. Becker is a surgical patient in Mercy Hospital at Fort Dodge. - flfev. William Devine spent the weekend here with his father, Wm. B. Devine, and assisted with the services in St. Joseph's Church on Sunday. Training Program Held At Emmetsburg For Upper Des Moines Opportunity PICTURED ABOVE from left to right are Tom Millea, Graettinger, Assistant Director; and Dwight L. Carman, Algona, Neighborhood Youth Corps and Mainstream Director; both from Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. The picture was taken at the In-Service training in Emmetsburg on May 5. Mr. Carman was explaining the requirements of the Summer Neighborhood Youth Corps program for the nine county area, Mr. Millea is the O.E.O, supervisor for the two Kossuth county offices. One at the Bancroft Public School anri one at the American Legion Building in Algona. ABOVE ARE Kossuth's county OEO staff discussing programs with OEO officials. Back row left to right: Tom Millea, Assistant Director of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. and Kossuth county's supervisor, Diane Fosnaugh, community aide, Fred Wyngarden, Regional OEO Kansas City, and Eveline Asa, Bancroft, coordinator for south Kossuth. Front row left to right: Shirley Martinson, Algona, community aide, Dorothy Arend, Algona, coordinator for north Kossuth, Martha Grimes, State OEO official and Dorothy Sheirbon, Bancroft, community aide. Mrs. Dora Kisch Funeral, May 6, At West Bend Services for Mrs. Dora Kisch. 70, were held at 10 a.m. May 6 in St. Peter and Paul's catholic Church at West Bend with burial in the West Bend Cemetery. Mrs. Kisch died at Clear View Manor Nursing Home where she had been a patient for seven months. Surviving are two daughters: Mrs. Melvin Perkins and MPS. Leo Ludwig Jr., both of Mallard; 15 grandchildren; three brothers and two sisters: Henry Klepper and Mrs. Ernest Frieden, both of West Bend; Emil Klepper, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Gertrude Weipert, Adams, Minn., and Le Roy Klepper, Buellton, Calif. Dora Klepper was born, reared and educated in 1900 at Ottosen. In 1924 she married John Kisch at West Bend where she and her husband farmed. Mr. Kisch died in 1957. Livermore Mr*. Mayme Scott LIBRARY BOARD The Library Board met Wednesday afternoon at the library for' their monthly meeting. Members are Mrs. Julia Behounek, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus, Florence Altman, Mrs. Mildred Raney, Margaret Devine and Mrs. Roy Salmon. Mrs. Karl Baessler is the librarian. -o- Mrs. Marcia Berryhill, Mrs. Violet Frederick, Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs. Jessamine Miller and Mrs. John Olson all attended the Historical Society meeting in Humboldt Monday evening at the Social Center. Martin Bergum, who has been making his home with his daughter, . Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKittrick of Mashalltown for the past two years is here visiting his son and wife, the Milton Bergums and looking after his home which he still owns in Livermore. Members of the Canasta group went to the home of Mrs. Genevieve Weydert Wednesday evening to help her celebrate her birthday which was that day. A pot luck dinner was served and the evening spent playing canasta. The Delta Dek bridge club was entertained at the home of Florence Altman Friday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. >, Jessamine Miller won high, Mrs. Karl Baessler, second high and Mrs. Martin Miller the bingo prize. The Neighborhood Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. pete Malkmus Tuesday. The birthday of Mrs.ErnieHaackwas observed which was that day. • A social afternoon-was spent and a pot luck lunch was served. Eight members were present. Mrs. Harold Bosworth accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Kramer of Algona visited her mother, Mrs. Esther Wickre Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Zeman, a sister- in-law and Mrs. Robert Zeman, wife of a nephew, and two children of Rolfe visited Mrs. Julia Behounek Sunday afternoon. The Twentieth Century club held its last meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. John Olson Tuesday afternoon. All members but two were present. Various items were selected for roll call. The president, Mrs. Jessamine Miller conducted the business meeting and also gave the lesson which was on "General Federation of Women's Clubs". Lunch was served after the meeting by Mrs. Olson. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Falb have returned after driving to Washington, D. C. where they visited for two weeks in the home of their son and wife, the Richard Falbs. Thoreson Named To Serve On Radio-TV Board Richard Thoreson, Algona, has been appointed to serve as .a member of the IEBN Advisory Committee on programing and educational matters by the State Educational Radio and Television Facility Board it was announced this week. The term will expire on June 30, 1972. The vacancy was brought about by the resignation of Elmer Cast. The group normally meets four times a year in Des Moines for a day and helps to assess the overall educational needs of the state; recommends policies and practices of broadcasting in relation to the needs of the Board; and evaluates the quality and effectiveness of network broadcasting. In-service training for county coordinators and community aides of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity Inc. wa» held in the Head Start Building at Emmetsburg on May 5, 1971. Presentations were made by Dwight Carman about Neighborhood Youth Corps. Randy James explained program progress in Operation Mainstream. Bea Witt outlined the new developments in Head Start. M. Peter Hart explained several new regulations concerning travel, comp time and annual leave that were adopted by the Board of Directors at its April meeting. Helen Tate outlined the Federal regulations pertaining to in-kind contributions from the local committees. Tom Millea, training officer for the Upper •»••»•»»» Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. conducted the In-Service training. Two OEO officials participated in the afternoon session. Fred Wyngarden, Field Representative at the Regional OEO in Kansas City talked to the group and answered questions. Martha Grimes, Field Representative of the State OEO office took part. Miss Grimes and Mr. Wyn- garden are spending four days in the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, inc. area studying the effectiveness of the nine county agency. Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. serves the following counties, Osceola, O'Brien, Dickinson, clay, Buena Vista, Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, and Kossuth County. Last Rites For Angus Cotton At Lone Rock Saturday Funeral services for retired Lone Rock banker Angus L. Cotton, 72, were held Saturday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church at Lone Rock. Graveside military rites were conducted by the Kerr-Hammerstrom American Legion post at Lone Rock with burial in the Fenton township cemetery. Rev. Albert C. Bullock officiated at the last rites and the Hamilton-Wilson funeral home was in charge of arrangements. A private family service was held in the funeral home at 10 a.m. Saturday. Mr. Cotton was found dead of a heart attack in his Lone Rock home last Wednesday morning. He had a history of heart trouble for some time. Serving as honorary pallbearers were Luke Linnan, Dr. M. G. Bourne, D. E. Dewel, C. R. Schoby and Rollo Ber- geson. Active pallbearers were Delmar Fischer, Ornie Behrends, Harley Hutchlnson, Raymond Laabs, Art Priebe and H. R. Pettlt. Angus was born at Whittemore on March 23,1899, son of Norman and Jessie Angus Cotton. He was a graduate of Algona High school where he played on the 1916 state champion football team. After graduation here in 1918, he attended and graduated from the State University of Iowa and later coached football at Boone Township, Chicago Heights and Chicago for five years. He also served in the Quartermaster Corps during the World War I, from 1918 to 1919. He was married to VeraLohr- mann at Decatur, 111., on Jan. 17, 1925. Mr. Cotton entered into a Newspaper Distributing Agency in Chicago until returning to Lone Rock in 1943 to join his father in the Lone Rock bank. His father had founded the bank in 1899 and Angus took over operation of the bank upon his return. He retired in 1967. He was active in church and civic affairs and was a former mayor of Lone Rock. He was a 50-year charter member of the Kerr-Hammerstrom American Legion post at Lone Rock and served as chaplain of that organization for many years. He was also active in the Algona Kiwanis club. Among his other activities was as the newly elected president of the Kossuth County Historical Society, a director of the Good Samaritan Homes and was an active worker in the Republican party. His wife, a resident of the Good Samaritan Home here, survives as does one son, Angus Jr., Bethesda, Md.; daughter Juliana, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson; Lone Rock, whose husband manages the bank; and six grandchildren. There is also one brother, Willis of Lone Rock, and a sister, Mabel, Mrs. H. S. Shelitto, of Spencer. ••••••••••••••+••»•+•+• at Goody ear Service Stores Our lowest ___ priced 4-Ply Nylon Cord tire •Aii-vfeatheior eiackwaii • Clean sidewall : design, radial darts on shoulder • Triple-tempered nylon cord construction • Buy now at these low prices UDDER SIZES-ONE LOW PUCE $1 7.75x13 7,75x14 8,25x14 BLACKWAIL TUBELESS 15 plus $2.14 to $2.32 Fed. Ei. Tax. No trade needed. Size 6.50x 13 blackball tubeless plus $1.76 Fed. Ex. 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