The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1966
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Algona Women On Tour Of Capitol An Iowa Sixth District delegation of Republican women Included the U. S. Capitol Building as a "must" on a recent visit to Washington. The group included several ladies from Algona. Here, they pose on the Senate steps with U. S. Senator Jack Miller (R-Iowa). Top row, left to right, Mrs. J. C. Everds, Algona; Mrs. William Kirchoff, Humboldt; Mrs. L. L. Riter, Algona; Mrs. O. E. Van Horn, Lohrville; Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Sioux city; Mrs. William Wachter, Sioux 'City; Mrs. N. K. Dickson, Sioux City; Mrs. R. H. Golinghorst, Lake Park; Senator Jack Miller; and Mrs. M. E. Atkinson, Merrill. Bottom row, left to right, Mrs. Richard Stockseth, Humboldt, Mrs. Van Hammestrom, Sioux City; Mrs. Lester Freeman, Spirit Lake; Mrs. L. L. Harris, Correctionville; Mrs. Maynard Smith; Okoboji; Mrs. W. L. Lindgren, Sioux City; Mrs. Floyd Parkinson, Lake View; Mrs. Nels Kaiser, Pocahontas; Mrs. Dwight Meyer, Odebolt; Mrs. John Schutter, Algona. The former Olive Schultz, she was born and reared at Lu Verne and married Bryan Oglesby in 1920 in Kansas City, Mo. Surviving are her husband; four children, Bryan and William of Cedar Rapids, Fteyd of Battle Creek, Mich., and Mrs. Kenneth Griffin of Mountain View, Calif.; 16 grandchildren; and one brother, William Schultz of Humboldt. LuVerne Man Is Supervisor Candidate Harold G. Trauger of LuVerne has announced his candidacy for county supervisor for the first district, on the Republican ticket. He is the only Republican to thus far announce. Two Democrats are also in the race, Charles Plathe, incumbent, and E. J. Kollasch, both of St. Joe. Mr. Trauger is in the grocery business in LuVerne. He is a graduate of Uvermore high, married, and has three sons. He is also a veteran of World War H, Mason City Rites For Former LuVerne Woman Funeral services for a former Lu Verne resident, Mrs, Bryan Oglesby, 64, Mason City, were held May 27 at the First Methodist, Church, Mason City Rev, Dr. Truman Carl officiated and burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery, Mason City, Mrs. Oglesby was killed May 24 when her car and a truck collided four miles south of Greene. Former Seneca Resident Rites At Armstrong SENECA - Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Armstrong for Harley Hoeck, 65, who passed away Monday of last week at the Holy Family hospital, EstherviUe, where he had been a patient for two weeks. Death was attributed to cancer. Mr, Hoeck was born March 30, 1901, the son of Mr, and Mrs, Henry Hoeck, and lived in the north Seneca area for many years, He was married to Mary Hawbaker of Elmore, Minn, in 1920. He retired from farming approximately 18 years ago and moved to Armstrong, Survivors include a son, Harley, Jr., of Los Angeles, Calif., also a dau- ghter, Mrs. Dorothy Wilson of Modesto. Calif., two brothers, Henry of Swea City and Elmer of LeMars; three sisters, Mrs. Art Paulson of Lone Rock, Mrs. Henrietta Goff who lives in Illinois, and Mrs. Carl Schrader of Merry field, Minn. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, and two sisters. Services Monday At Bancroft For J. W. Schiltz John W. Schiltz, age 83, passed away Thursday, June 2, at Holy Family hospital in Estherville, where he had made his home for the past few years. Death was unexpected, as he had been fishing just that afternoon. John W. Schiltz was born Feb. 28, 1882 at Cottonville, Iowa. He later married Cecelia Budle on Nov. 28, 1906 at Bancroft. She preceded him in death on Dec. 23, 1960. They were engaged in farming for 47 years, and retired in 1947. His survivors include six children, Walter, Agnes (Mrs. John McCarthy), Evelyn (Mrs. Francis Priester), Bancroft, Bernice (Mrs. Homer McCarthy) all of Bancroft; Herbert, Marshall, Wise., Lawrence, Bode, Iowa; 48 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday (June 6) at 10 a, m. in St. John's Catholic church with Father Bruch officiating, Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in St, John's cemetery. His wife preceded him in death, Elected At College Ton! Tucker, who attends Mankato State College, has been elected as treasurer of Cooper Center Dorm Council for the 1966-67 school year, Summer Carnival The Catholic Action Guild of a Summer Carnival on their parish grounds , Sunday June 12. Various games and a Country Store will be open at 3 p. m. to provide entertainment for all ages. A roast beef dinner will be served from 4 p. m. to 8 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited. Weed Tour Kossuth county Extension will sponsor a twilight weed and herbicide tour beginning at the Ex- Tuetday, June 7, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines tension office at 7 p.m., June 8, reports Galen DeValols, county Extension director. Farms will be toured that have used Alan&p- Plus, Amiben, Atrazlne, Ramrod, Randox, Randox T, Treflan and possibly others. The farmers • will discuss successes and problems they have had with herbicides. All farmers and others interested are Invited. M-D Club The Union Township Mother and Daughter club will meet June 9 at the home of Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Mrs. Jake Smith and Mrs. Robert Sarchet are co- hostesses. Roll call, name a state and its capltol. The program, blue skies and clear water, is by Mrs. C. S. Shipler. Hot line news by Mrs. Clarence Metzger. This is the last meeting of the year for this organization. July and August are vacation months. Cord of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my friends and relatives for the cards, gifts and visits; also to Rev. Davies {or his visits while I was in the Mason City hospital. Mrs. Lewis Broesder. (43*) CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers and memorials sent to us at the time of my father's death. A special thanks to Rev. Walter Morz and the Presbyterian church, also to Heritage Home for their loving care during his last two years. Thank you again. W. M. Knoll family. (43*) CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for the floral bouquets, cards, food, and everyone who helped in every way following the death of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. And also a special thanks to Rev. Vehling for his prayers of comfort. The Chris Haase Family. (43*) ALGONA'S BEST BUY OF THE WEEK 2O-in. Rotary Power Mower 33 97 l^i 3 H.P. Briogs and Stratton Leaf Mulcher Induded 1 to 3-in. 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