Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 4
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Dora Elbert, Whittemore, died Sunday WhiHtmor* — Mrs. Dora (Ore- gory) Elbert died Sunday evening in Haywood Rest Home, Emmetsbwg, where she lived the last two years. She was born July 21, 1879 at Aschaffenburg, Germany, and came to America at the age of 17. Nov. 25, 1903, she married Gregory Elbert who died in 1943, as did also a daughter Margaret Woodcock and a son Herman. Surviving arc two sons and four daughters: Gregory Jr., Graettinger; Donald, Emmetsburg; Mrs. George (Agnes) Heddinger and Mrs. Loretta Leonard, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Jerome (Lenore) Schlader, Dougherty; and Mrs. John (Hildred) Swar- off, Charles City. There are 47 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Michael's Catholic church with Rev. Philip Dailey officiating. Hyink Funeral Home was in charge. Burial was in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas Leonard, John Jay Swaroff, Donald Elbert, Jerome Woodcock, Robert Heddinger and Gregory Elbert Jr. Whittemore man dies at Fort Dodge Whittemore — John N. (Jack) Kollasch, 64, died about eight o'clock Saturday morning in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a patient since Oct. 26. Mr. Kollasch was born May 16, 1901 near Lenore, 111., and was the son of the late Peter and Theresa Kollasch. He moved to Iowa with his parents in March, 1903. Since his parents died he made his home with the John Martes, a sister with whom he farmed in partnership until Dec. 1958, when he came to town to make his home with another sister, the Marion Hyinks. He never married and is survived by five brothers and five sisters: Peter W., Frank 'M,, Chas. G., Leo, Herman, Mrs. Andres S. (Christina) Elbert, Mrs. John (Elizabeth) Marte, and Mrs. Marion (Theresa) Hyink, all of Wliittemore; Mrs. Henry G. (Katherine) Kaschmitter, Sheldon; and Mrs. Ella Rockford, New Hampton; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at Catholic chufch with three fieph- ews SAying the Solemn High Mass: Rev. Louis Kollasch, Fort Dodge. Rev. Armand filbert and Rev. Merle Kollasch. both of Sioux City. Mass servers were Tom Kollasch, ,tohn Hyink, Mike Elbert and Danny Kollasch. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery north of town. Hyink Funeral Home was in charge. Church names new officers at Blakjer Sentca — The Blakjer congregation held an annual business meeting Jan. 12. Reports were given by the pastor, sec. Ted Jensen and 'trcas. Martin Wilberg. Officers for the new year are: chairman, Henry Looft; vice, Raymond Bergum; sec., Ted Jensen, trcas., Martin Wilberg; trustee, A. B. Chcrland; deacon, Mclvin Bratrud; Education, Gaylord Olsen; Bible camp, Melvin Bratrud; Conservation, Henry Looft; auditors, David Looft and Larry Johannescn; Communion, Mrs. Henry Looft; sexton, Henry Looft; convention dele, Kenneth Halvcrson; alternate, Odey Cherland; college delegates, Larry Johannescn and Julian Chcrland; David Looft, alternate. The Larry Osborns, Fairmont, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Larry Osborn. . Mrs. David Looft entered the hospital at Esthcrvillc Sunday for major surgery Monday. The grandparents, the Glen Hoppcs, Truman, and the Henry Loofts, each have one of the grandsons. Mrs. Lyle England was elected new worthy matron for the Eastern Star at Armstrong recently and her husband, Lyle England, was elected as associate patron. Mrs. England reported on the O.E.S. International Temple which she and her husband visited last fall in Washington, D. C. Sunday guests of the Lyle Englands included the Darrel Schmidts, Algona, and daughter Jean and family, Wliittemore. They viewed pictures taken by the senior Englands on their visit to their son, the Jerry Eng- lands, in the east. All men arc created equal — and endowed by their creator with an insatiable urge to v become 'otherwise. Legal Notice sw.v I I HEADQUARTERS For | ZENITH * Color TV and BLACK & WHITE — Free Demonstration — North Iowa Appliance Center 5-38 IE Algona IN THI DISTRICT COURT OF THC STATE OF IOWA IN ANO FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN TNI MATTIR OF THI ISTATI OF EMIL PERSON, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8626 NOTICt OF PROIATt OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF IXICUTOR, AND NOTICI TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You ore hereby notified that on the 8th day of January, 1965, tho last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing dote the 1st day of April, 1954, was admitted to probate in •he above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said jstote. Notice is given that all persons Indobt ed to said estate are requested to make mmediate payment to the undersigned arid creditors having claims against saic estate shall file them with the clerk o the above named district court, as provid ed by low, duly authenticated, for al lowonce; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication o this notice (unless otherwise allowed o paid) such claim shall thereafter be fore ever barred. pated this 18th day of January, 1965 Olive Person Executor of said Estate Burt, Iowa Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication Jan. 25, 1965. Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Jan. 21 ond 25, 1965. Iowa, I KEEP INFORMED ON COMMUNITY EVENTS BY LISTENING TO DATE WITH DOTTIE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 10:35—11 ;30A.M. YOU'U HEAR THi LATEST CHURCH, SCHOOL, AND SOCIAL NEWS — PLUS GOOD MUSIC. 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Cant TEXAS Orange Juice 5*1 -CASEOF24 $3.69- Grapef r't 10 i 59c PRICES W THIS AD 6000 THROUGH MONDAY, JAN. 26 Sentral to be host for )and festival Lone Rock — Sentral Cottv nunily school of Fenton will be lost to the 15th annual State Line Conference band festival Jan. 25. A 383 piece massed band and a 69 piece select band will be rehearsed during the day for a concert at 7:30 p.m., W. B. Green, head of the music department at Buena Vista college in Storm Lake, will be directed for the festival bands. Schools participating are Armstrong, Burt, Lakota, Ledyard, Lincoln-Central, Rake, Ringsted, Sentral, Swca City, Thompson and Titonka. Directors of the bands arc Gary Thomas, Jcarlccn Conrad, Robert King, Clarence Winden, Rueben Luttcr, Dennis Vance, Phil Lachelt, Warren Jones, William Van Devender, Derrill Outland and George Roberts. The public is invited to attend the evening concert. An admission will be charged to defray expenses. HOME FROM TRIP The Roger Jensens and Roy Jensens returned Saturday after 11 days on a trip east to Aberdeen, Md,, to visit the James Jensens. They visited Washing- on, D. C. The Roger Jensens spent 3 days in New York City. They toured Manhattan and vis- ted Radio City, Rockefeller Ccn- :er and the TV show Tell the Truth. They also saw a Broadway musical with Steve Lawrence and Sally Ann Hawes. CIRCLES WILL MEET U.P.W. Circles will meet this week Thursday. Mildred Circle will meet with Marian Knoll, Goldie Behrends co-hostess. Nancy Blanchard will have the lesson. Lucille Circle will meet with Lucille Blanchard, Mrs. Rose Newbrough co-hostess. Lenore Madison will have the lesson. The evening Nancy Circle will meet with Dorothy Kraft and Mrs. Fern Krueger will give the lesson. (low«) THURSDAY, JAN, 21, 1965 morning who gave the hall a good tiuusecieaiiing. A pot IUCK unmet was sefveu at noon. There were 12 tables ot 500 at ttie Legion nail inufsuay nignt. Tne next caru party wm ue jan. 2ti. Last weeK the Legion and Auxiliary neld a joint memorial ana cnarter urapuig service in memory ot Mrs. isernaru u Donnell. 'ine Auxiliary nas readied tneif memDersnip quota, Mrs. A. JL>. ixewurough was taKen to bt. Ann nospitai itiurs- day and wir. weworougn wno nas oeen nome tor awnue returned to tne Murneir nest norne at Fenton Mrs. Kenneth Halverson Thursday at Donald Priebe's the btan tierkiands, James Meyers, Larry uacies ana Garry bleckwerms had a farewell lor tne Kicnard btucKis. Tney were also given a giit. Recent guests of the Ernest BerKlanas were tne VICK uaras, Vern uaras, ivirs. uaisy fauison, Kuwarct Larsons, nuuiven, and Jbert BerKlanas, Tne David lienuanas visaed lat- Fenton Homemakers met Friday with Mrs. Sylvester Brace, Mrs. Willis Cotton, co-hostess. The lesson was .given by Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Mrs.. Bernard Miller. Mrs. Art Person was a guest. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Leo Schmidt Feb. 19. Kearn Marlow, who had, been home over the holidays for 20 days, left Saturday from Minnc apolis by plane for San Diego, Calif. Jim otthoff, Wesley, who has been on flight deck on the U.S.S. Bennington with Kearn also left with him from Minneapolis. The Merwin Marlows and Jim's mother Mrs. Al Lickteig, er in tne evening. Mrs. Kicnard atucki had as guests Jan. i« for Jenreys itn oirtnaay Cindy and Juuy Uaae, j\ennetn and james j^neue, iviar- cia and Danny Meyer, xaiua berkland, Marcia ana Craig Tneisen, Dcooie ana Kristme isoinnger ana their mocners. ivlrs. John Munen, resiaeui of Gooa samarium Kesc nome, us- tnerville, spent several aays at nome last weeK. Mrs. u'ranx. McFail visited Her 'inursaay. The inursuay aiternoon bridge CIUD met witn Mrs. vveoer yager, inree taoied were m piay and prize winners were wii's. *red Jentz, IYJLTS. E. A. jonnson and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Guest players were Mrs. lim- ma Keimers and Mrs. raul £i- gier. About a week ago Mrs. Amos Finnestaa teil ana Dime ner lett arm. near tne wrist. t>ne was not hospitalized but her arm is in a cast. Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroeder The -Wm. Orthels have a daughter born Jan. 7, 9 Ib. 6 oz., named Marilyn Ann. Paternal grandparents are the Henry Orthels, Titonka, and maternal the J. P. Studers, Algona. Buffalo Homemakers met on Friday at Mrs Allan Eden's with Mrs Leland Schroeder, co-hos- Wesley, took the boys to Min.ne- ..less.. They gave the extension apqUs^rVvV.''. •:rt-K^vfc%J&. " lesson, 'having those -present Mrs:^^ KEEP YOUR on i i i • Marlb^a^uiSdayKpftr.tLcJipate. Mrs Clarence Bra- had as guest some women whoTndt gave a quiz. helped her clean after their house fire before Christmas. 1 The guests included Mrs. Mer win Marlow, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchin son, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Bob Marlow, Mrs. Bob Lynch, Mrs. George Kissner, Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Sam McCleish, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Wm. E. Marlow, Mrs, A. A. 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