Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 6
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t**AtdONA (Iowa) ADVANCP THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1*65 Otto Ohm, 83, Fenton man, dies Friday Penton—Services were held Monday at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, for Otto William Ohm, 83, who died Friday at the hospital at Estherville. Mr. Ohm was born July 14. 1881, in Fenton, and lived in the area all of his life. He married Anna Zumach at Lotts Creek onl May 26. 1<K)5. They farmed for many years before moving to a house in Fenton. While living in town, Mr Ohm was cmolovod for about nine years by McFalls plumbing and heating. About a year ago the Ohms both entered the hospital where Mr. Ohm could receive nursing care. Mrs. Ohm survives. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Meyer. Algona, Mrs. William Buss, of Lone Rock; one son. Martin. Fenton; two brothers. Walter, California, Ed, of Lone Rock: and four sisters, Mrs. John Schallin and Mrs. Emma Dreyer. Fenton, Mrs. Clara Pompo, Algona. and Mrs. Frank Schumaker, Whittemore. There are 11 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Rev. Rex Spicer officiated at the services and burial was in the Fenton Lutheran cemetery. BAND MOTHERS MEET Sentral Band Mothers will serve at two tournament games in the Sentral school gym this month. The games will be on Feb. 13 and 16 during the girls sectional. Profits will go into the band fund. They also voted to prepare the Junior-Senior banquet again this year April 23, but no definite plans were made. Mrs. Jess Blanchard reported the last bake sale of the season Jan 29 brought in profits of $38.75. The series of four bake sales the group held during the home football and basketball games netted $165.15. Band students who will compete in the grade school band festival in Mason City gave their selections directed by Warren Jones and LeRoy Bras. VISIT Lloyd Wellendorf and Kenneth Rofley were in Dos Molnes Sunday to see Merle Wellendorf at the veteran's hospital. Merle has been hospitalized since Jan. 4, and had a set-back last week, but Sunday was somewhat improved. The men also visited Harvey Johnson, Algona, well on his way to recovery following) gall bladder surgery. He expectsj to come home this week. HAVE PARENTS NIGHT Fenton Progressors 4-H club held parents night at the Lone Rock Legion hall Feb. 8. There were 53 at a potluck supper. Lee Dreyer was chosen as the club's candidate for 4-H fun night at Bancroft. Demonstrations were given by Gary Laabs and Dennis Uthof. Dr. Jerry Waite gave a talk. Parents present were the Ervin Borchardts, Darrell Dreyers, Herschel Hartmans, Walter Jentzes, Kenneth Johnsons, Ray Laabs, Elmer Krauses, Melvin Ostwalds, John Rugers, and Ed Uthofs. TO SPEECH CONTEST Thirtv-three for Sentral high school who will be in the district soee<& contest gave a program Monday night at 7:30 in the high school auditorium. Included in the program were a comedy one- act play, a play reading, and the speeches in dramatic, humorous, oratory, story telling, interpretive prose and poetry, radio speaking and original oratory. The program is directed by Mrs. Jon Johnson. The district speech contest will be Feb. 26-27 at Boone Valley. SURPRISE AT BURT Some of the Sentral teachers surprised Jim Woltz for his birthday with a card party. Those from Fenton who went to the Woltz home at Burt Wednesday evening were the Larry Fains, Clayton Wolffs, Warren Joneses, Robert Burkgrens, Mrs. Leone Halvorson, Richard Pannell and Donald Rawland. Mrs. FranK McFall led the prayer study, and Mrs. Hussell Eldridge had the program. Dorothea circle of the Methodist, church met at Mrs. Clifford Douglas's Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Lovcjoy was co-hostess. The program was by Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, with Mrs. Art, Votgt giving the worship. There were 13 present. Mrs. Clarence Osborn had the Marlys circle of the Methodist church Wednesday with Mrs. Eugene Huskamp co-hostess. The worship was led by Mrs. E. J. Frank, and Mrs. Derwood Voigl had the program. Mary Lou Larson is a guost for a few days with the Dale Weisbrods while her parents are out of town. The Paul Eiglcrs visited Sunday with the Ewald Kohlcwscs in Austin, Minn. Mrs. Jessie Newel had the Thursday afternoon bridge club last week. Guests were Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, and prizes went to them and to Mrs. Fred Jentz. The Robert Burkgrens were guests Sunday night at Lonn Bjorkland's, Swea City. The William Hantelmans visited Mrs. Hantelman's parents, the W. B. Schmidtkes, Morristown, Minn, last weekend. The John Strucckcrs and Ed Bruhns were guests of the Willian Hantelmans Wednesday for the birthday of Mary Hanteiman. The Gerald Codys and Mrs. Duella Cody visited Sunday at Howard Finnestad's. The Ray Stoebers left Sunday for Mesa, Ariz., to visit the W. E. Stoebers and the Earl Richards. Mrs. Richards is Mrs. Stoeber's sister. The Wilfred Stoebers were Sunday guests of the Richard Stuckis, Spencer. Judy Jolley spent the week with her parents, the Dr. W. W. Jolleys. She returned to Des Moines Friday. Visitors at the William Eimers home Sunday were the Emil Eimers, Fairmont, Hans Hansens, Estherville, and Harold Eimers family. The Friendly Neighbors met with Mrs. Reuben Leudtkc on ' Thursday, with Mrs. Hans Baago assistant hostess. They gave $5 ! to the heart fund. A lesson on [ nutrition was given by Mrs. Jim j Langerman and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz was a ' guest. North circle of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met on Thursday with Mrs. Gerald Cody. Devotions were led by Mrs, Milford Mitchell, and Mrs. Melvin Berkland had the Bible study, Guests were Mrs. George Jor- gehson Sr, and Mrs. George Jorgenson Jr. The J. A. Schwartzes and Edith Laage visited the Karl Schwartzes, Rockwell City, Sunday. The Kenneth Halversons visited Sunday with Mrs. Peter Thorson, Ringstod, Sunday visitors at Clifford Douglas's for Verlea's seventh birthday were the Merle Voigts and Franklin Muellers. The Richard Underwoods have a boy born Feb. 8 at the hospital at Estherville, 7 Ibs. 7 oz., and has been named Landon James. POLIO SHOTS GIVEN The first of a series of oral polio vaccine boosters was administered Monday at Fenton grade school. Children in the Sentral school district received the vaccine at a nominal charge of 25c, with written permission from their parents. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Three tables of 500 were play* ed Sunday night at Adolph Peril's. Guests who surprised him for his birthday were the John Gramenzes, Andrew Gowans, Fred Mortensons, Lorenz Pertls, Whittemore, James Gowans, Fort Dodge, and Walter Pertls. Fenton Women's club met on Tuesday night at Mrs. Arlo Ranney's, Mrs. Olaf Norland co-hostess. Fifteen members answered roll call. Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz had the program. The Hans Baagos showed glides of their trip west by way of Canada. Mrs. Jessie Newel h§4 the Vir gtoia circle of the Methodist church Tuesday. Co-hostess was Mrs. Earl Crouch, and devotions led by Mrs. Wendell ftusch Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott liftr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mrs. Alice Smith, of Des tfoines, were recent visitors in .he John Hosford home. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson vis- ted Sunday in the Roy Adams lome at Algona. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were Mrs. R. 0. Murray $50, Dean Gwin $50, Theresa Eger $50, and Dorothy Neilsen $10. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and 3 girls of Klemme spent Sunday in the parental Bill Davis home. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shultz of Cedar Falls last week. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shultz. No other country compares with the U. S. in the weekly newspaper field. The weeklies in this nation reign supreme in number, size and quality. 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