Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1965
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JfHUftsDAY, P66. 35, 1945 John Wibben of Lakota dies Thursday .Laketa — .John W. Wibben, 52, died at the Buffalo Center hospital Feb. 18. He suffered from a severe heart attack last week and was getting along well when a second attack claimed his life Thursday evening. Funeral services were held Monday. Feb. 22 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota with Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiating. Pallbearers were Marvin Junkermeier, Elmer Hagedorn, Melbourne Hagedorn, Alfred Hurlburt, Will A. Meyer and Wcnce Vodraska. John Wibben was born May 12, 1912, at Hartsburg, 111. He was confirmed at Good Hooe Lutheran church at Titonka. On Sept. 29, 1937, he was united in marriage to Irene Schwarz at St. Paul's in Lakola. Surviving are four children: Edwin of Adams, Minn., Marvin at Reese Air Force Base in Texas ,and Loren and Russell at home. There arc two grandchildren. Also surviving him are three brothers and five sisters; Mrs. Dena Salign of California, Mrs. Julia Haack of Livermore, Mrs. Bertha Willrett of Burt, Mrs. Edna Price of Lakota, Albert and Ben Wibben of AJgona and Garbrandt of Whittemore, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Burial was at the Lutheran cemetery. Father of Lakota man dies Monday The father of a Lakota man, Tankred Carlson, 79, died Monday at his home in Armstrong. Funeral services will be held Thurdsay afternoon at the First Methodist church at Armstrong with burial there. Mr. Carlson was born August, 1886 in Sweden and came to this country when he was 18 years of age. He married Esther Isaacson of Swea City and they farmed until her death in 1917. On Jan. 26, 1921, he was married to Ruthe Nettleton and they farmed near Armstrong un-. til he retired in 1947. Survivors include his wife, three sons Maurice, Lakota; Milton and Oscar of Armstrong; and two daughters as well as 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Two brothers'al- so survive, . \; • ' i! : Former LuVerne, Corwilh resident dies Sunday A former LuVerne and Corwith resident, Mrs. Martin Hanson, 79, died Sunday night at a Ft. Dodge hospital. She was the mother of Mrs. Herbert Ziesman, rural Algona. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon with burial at LuVerne, where she lived for a number of years. Besides her husband, she is survived by the local daughter and 11 other children, none of whom are from Kossuth county. Mrs. Hanson came to this country in 1911 from Germany with her first husband, Emil August Zuetlau. They lived at Corwith in 1911 for four years and after moving to South Dakota, moved back to LuVerne and lived there for about 10 years. After her first husband died in 1931, she married Martin Hanson in 1937 and had lived at Otho since that time. Brother of Algerian diet at 82 August F. Scheppmann, Okabena, Minn., brother of Henry Scheppmann, former Kossuth supervisor, died of cancer Feb. 16 at the age of 82. He was a road building contractor and laid all the telephone cables in Iowa and adjoining states. Those who attended the funeral from Algona were the Henry Schepp- mans. Julius P. Studers and Pa vid Smiths; Mrs Edwin Gade, Whittemore, and Mrs Ben Sch- CHURCH PINNER BATfD The First Lutheran church will climax its Stewardship Edu cation Program which has been under the direction of the Luth eran Stewardship Service Inc. Juliet. 111., with a dinner at the First Methodist church. March 1 at 6:30 p.m. The Lutheran con gregaUojj will Jse served £y the women of the Methodist church. PATHISfc IS &BA5 Edward E. Davis, father of Mrs Newton Coughenour, passed away .at 6:80 Wednesday morning. Funeral held at the church p.m. services will be Grace Methodist in Spencer Friday at 2 Tlnil, Palo Ato. Calif.; a nephew, jOre. At Renton, Wash.."they Vis- the Duanc Thuls, Petaluma, iled a niece, the Jim McKnights, Ex-Algona woman dies; 100 years old Effte Irene Robinson, Sarasota, Fla., died Saturday, Feb. 20, at the age of 100 years and 8 months. Funeral services will be .held Saturday at .1:30 p.m. at McCullough's chapel with Rev. Mack Carlson officiating. Effie Irene Rickard was born in Rubicon, Wis. on June 21, 1864, the daughter of Angcline Hardy and Chester Rickard. At the age of two years she came with her parents, in a covered wagon, arriving in Algona Nov. 8, 1866. June 21, 1883 she was married to Nathan >R. Robinson. They lived on their farm west of Algona until 1902, when they moved to Lake Park. After six years they moved to Spencer, where she was very active in church work. She had been a member of the First Baptist church ;ln Algona for 61 years, Mrs. Robinson has lived in Sarasota, Fla., for 35 years. Her husband died June 21, 1936. A daughter Eln, died when she was 11 years old. Two sons, Chester and Earl are also deceased. One daughter, Nellie (Mrs. William Jones, Sarasota, Fla., survives. Mrs. Chester .Robinson, Algona, is a daughter-in-law. She visited Mrs. Robinson on her 100th birthday in June. At that time Mrs. Robinson was very alert. She had been blind for many years and enjoyed the radio so she was able to keep up with politics. She was an avid Republican. Also surviving are nine grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, fifteen great great grandchildren and 9 nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers are Dean Jergenson, Kenneth Teeter, Ed Rich, Warren Bowman, Robert Black and Sam Shipler. Three minor crashes here At 11:20 p.m. Saturday Robert J. ;Gengler, 17, Whittemore, driving South on Wooster street turned right onto North street and collided with a pickup truck parked on the left side of tjie street owned by Lee Schenck. Estimated damage to the truck was $100 to the headlight, bump^n and" grill. Damage to the radiator .and left front Jend'wr, of the Gengler.auto was about $200; .Robert Gengler l ,was" ? ch4r- ged with failure to have 'control. 1 • v- : ' ".. ••• •'•• : ' \ • ' Monday at 3:45 p.m. cars driven, by Lois M, Camp and Eai-1 Angle, Burt, collided on Jones • street when Mr Angle was corning from an alley. Damage to the Camp vehicle was estimated at $225 to the left front fender, radiator, .bumper and grill. About $150 damage was done'to the doors on the left side of the Angle auto. No charges were filed. John J. Stein, Bancroft, was traveling west on State street Monday about 5 p.m. when his car was struck from behind by a panel truck driven by Chester A. Willey and owned by Modern Dry Cleaners. Estimated damage to the front end of the truck was $300 and $100 to the right rear fender of the Stein vehicle. Mr Willey was charged with following too closely. Two station wagons collided at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at the corner of Kennedy and Moore streets. James L. Esser was driv- ng north on Moore street and Sernadette F. Reilly was headed east on Kennedy. The Esser vehicle had approximately $300 in damage to the left front fender, jrill, and bumper. The Reilly ear md about $200 damage to the right front fender and windshield. Mrs Reilly was blinded by the sun and did not see the Ejsser auto. She was charged with failure to yield the right of way. St. Joe pair at home after trip in West St. Jo* — The John Thuls returned Tuesday after a 2 mouth visit in California, Oregon anc Washington. They left Dec. 16 by plane for San Francisco Calif. They visited a grandson Uje Pivid Thuls, Melpitas, Calif. Calif. At Long Beach they visited a nephew, John Bornong, and at Santa Clara with the John Cafrols. At Portland, Ore., they visited Sister M. Albertilla O.S.F., and at Yamhill, Ore., with Mfs. Thill's brother, John Kayser. Feb. 2 was Mr. Kayser's 90th birthday and they took a trip to the state capitol at Salem, and nephews, Clarence, Julius and Bill Bogh. The Alphonse ficftes returned Wednesday after six weeks through southern states. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell had her 500 club Wednesday with Mrs. Fran- cis'Erpelding and Mary Jane were Mrs. Wm. B. Bevine, Mrs. Francis Erpeldiwg and Mrs. Peter Botmaflfi. Margaret Heidmil- Ifef has the dub Tuesday; Mar. 2. The Jack Morrteseys, tJes Moittes, spent the weekend here with her parents, the John Bertes. The Harold Thilgeses have a daughter born Feb. 19 in St. LOCALS Phyflii the Jloward daughter ef Pentecost^ had Origcr guests. Receiving prices', Ann hospital in Algona. guests Sunday for ,her eleventh birthday, they were: Barbara Dimond, Barbara Cook, Linda Reynolds, Patty Von Bank, Mary Diane" Sheppard, Maty: Kay Scherer atid Susan McOuire. Mr. and Mc». Wnfttr ftftrt«ri and Kim visited this .past week' end with her sister and family the Arthur Hargreaves, Boyd, Mifm. 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