Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1965 · Page 6
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Services for former Bode woman held has been in failing health since that time living with relatives in various locations. In 1947 she moved to Hardy, where she lived until her death Feb. 10. She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Roxie Johnson, Humboldt, Mrs. Bess Nelson, Marcus, and Mrs. I Toilette Thorsland, Hope, N. t). Bod* - Funeral services for ^* dbr0lhm ™* *""* Bertlia Underberg were held Feb. 20. at 1:30 n.m. at St. Olsfs Lutheran church at Bode with the Rev. Norman Johnson, pastor of Lake Lutheran church, Renwick. officiating. Burial was in the St. Olafs Lutheran cemctorv at Bodo. with Sievers Funr-rsl Homo In charero. Music was bv Mrs David Engle, organist, and Dal? Vige, soloist- Bearers \vr»ro son, Jim FaKinson. Tf-d son, Ralnh Johnson, Bob Ho'i- ston and Art Skivo. Honornrv uallbear^rs wrc Dnane Bird. CIRCLES SCHEDULE Circle schedule for St. Olaf Lutheran church is: Mar. IB, 8 p.m. Mary Martha, with Mrs. Lcroy Worby, and Mrs. Jerry Christianson, Mar. 17, 2:30 p.in'., Gleaners at Mrs. Donald Larson's, with Mrs. Ralph Jacobson. Mar. 17 at 2:15 u.m. Young Ma- Dennis Kitlcv. Dav<d Rasmussoti, Mrs. Andy Espcland Josic Hovcrstcn. COFFEE IS HELD St. Olaf congregation held a courtesy coffee for Slenhen Kraabei and his financcc. Sharon Murnhv after the morning Irons in Fireside Room with (Mrs. James Christianson and Vj>1fin- | Mrs. Allan Manssen. Mar. in, 2 ' p.m. Altar Guild in dining room 1 with Mrs. Arnold Larson and Mrs. Don Pflibson. Mar. 18 nt 2:30 p.m. in Fireside Room with and Mrs. Marvin Cameron. Rohfrl Camnr- on, Wayne Rapp, Phillip Haaland. Bertha Mathilda Underberg was born Nov. 23. 188R on a farm noar Uverniore. Sho attended the schools in tho Humboldt aroa and later attended services Feb. 21 in the church. Humboldt colleg". She Intnr The invitation was extended bv taught school in the Humboldt Arlis Kinsoth, president, and area and for several veer* worV- Mrs. Kinseth had the guest book, ed as a clerk at the Kinseth The groom's sisters, Barbara and store nt Bode. I Gracia Kraabel poured. Home In 1913 she became ill and made rolls and coffee wore sorv- cd by the executive committee of the ALCW and wives of the church council guests gave monetary gifts. The Lincoln Mavs. the bride, groom, John and Barbara Kraabel, and Gracia at homo, soent the weekend with the Krabds. Their daughter, Mary. Mrs, Conrad Rolland. and her husband, Pastor Rolland, of Scarville, were guests at Leo Holland's, near Rutland Sunday and Mon- dav. The Miles Cunninghams. Humboldt, had as guests Feb. 21 the Clarence Olsons, Ralph Olsons, Bode, Dean Paepers, Livermore, Lawrence Cunninghams and Allan Thompson, Humboldt. !H was Mrs. Clarence Olson's birthday and the Dean Paepers wedding anniversary. "WORLD'S FAIR INCOUNTER" is based on the story of two young people who actually vit 6-Al.CONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MARCH 1, hospital patient several days for minor surgery. The Gerte Thompsons have a girl born Feb. 18, at the Estherville hospital, Joleen Carol, 8 Ibs. and 14 ot. She has a broth' er, Todd. Grandparents Ate the Walter Mihos and Deltmer Thompsons. Mrs. Mabel Mino and the E. E. Thompsons, Swea City, are great grandparents, and Mrs. Raymond Essington, Council Bluffs, is another grandparent. Burt rites Friday for Joe Schroeder Burt — Funeral serivces were Saturday at the Burt Presbyterian church for Joseph Herman Schroeder, 85, Burt, who died Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Mason City. The Rev. Bruce Calbreath officiated and burial was in Burt Township cemetery. Mr. Schroeder was born Feb. 15, 1880, in LaSalle County, Illinois, and grew up and received his education in the rural schools of LaSalle and Livingston counties in Illinois. Jan. 8, 1903, he was married to Harriet Lohrman, at Dwight, 111., and they came to Burt where they farmed until they Portland Mrt. Victor Fit-h Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf returned home Wednesday from Bancroft youth married BONITA L. SPEAR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Spear, Wallingford, and William G. Vaske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaske, Bancroft, were married Feb. 6 in St. Cecelia's church with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating in a double ring ceremony. Rebecca Spear, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Mrs. Eugene Tigges, sister of the groom,was bridesmaid. Al Vaske, brother of the groom, was best man and Eugene Tigges was groomsman. Joyce Vaske, sister of the groom, was the flower girl; the ring bearer was a brother of the bride, Patrick Spear. Ushers were Pat Vaske, Prior Lake, Minn, and Jim Hantelman, Saskatoon, Sask., Canada, cousins of the couple. Soloist was Mrs. Vincent Bernardo accompanied by Kathleen Griffin. A dinner for the wedding party was held at the Johnson House. A reception in the afternoon was at the KG Hall and a wedding dance that evening at Interlaken. Alice Elbert and Bea Ricke had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Harold Theesfeld and Mrs. Gerald Erpelding poured. Mrs. Arnold Hainzinger and Mrs. Phil Bernhard cut the cake. Waitresses were Karen Seller, Mary Jane Taphorn, Diane Schneider, and Mary Alma O'Brien. Karen Alt, Beverly Limberg, Margie Fangman and Bridgit Quinn opened, the gifts. Judy and Dorothy Ann Theesfeld were gift carriers. The newlyweds are both employed at Weidenhoff Corp. retired to Burt died in 1952. in 1945. She held Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Elvira Christenseh, ited the fair during the first |Hackensack, New Jersey where | at A1 in nonor of Miss ' season of its operation. Pamela they had spent the past week K Bj d f Algona fiancee ~ ' ' ' , e . . . Walt Disney national) visiting the lattcr's brother and Baird, contest winner, whose career has included feature roles in a number of major studio productions and numerous top- ranking television productions, plays the role of a graduate nurse from Montana. Jean Luc Ray, making his acting debut, portrays a Swiss-French exchange .student who is enrolled as an architect major at a New York University. The encounter of these two young people and their growing friendship during a day at the fair, is the vehicle through which film viewers are at once entertained, informed and inspired. The story climax takes place in of Wayne Christensen, who will be married Feb. 27, at the Evan- i wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brayton. They also visited points of in- ge ]j ca i t-rest in and around New York f lostesses were Mrs . j esse City. They left by plane from R Mrs Donald Ri^orf, Mason City via Chicago, where Mrg p f Smith and Mrs. Ef- they boarded a jet, landing in Newark, New Jersey, They flew at 33,000 feet and 711 miles per hpur, The temperature outside the plane was 58 degrees below zero. < Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family of Pocahontas; were Sunday dinner guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms attended the open house Sunday afternoon, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Hove, in the Lutheran church, at Titonka. film's principals. The young couple's impressions of the unu- the Billy Graham Pavilion where Mr and Mrs . Martin Harms of the wide-screen motion picture, Tjtonka were Sunday evening "MAN IN THE 5th DIMEN-J visitors in the Jesse Harms SION", makes its impact on the home. Mr. and Mrs. Roeer Schmidt and family of Titonka were Sa- sual cinema presentation be- turdav evening supper guests in come a symbol of the actual re-'the Billy Christenspii home in sponse bv thousands who have honor of Debbie Christfmsen's found spiritual meaning and 5th birthday. Mrs. Jesse Harms purpose to life amid the glitter and Harris were dinner guests fie Teeter. About 26 friends, neighbors and relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, William Champion Sr. at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Loats of Titonka, were Thursday evening visitors in - the Jesse Harms home. "The straightest road to a successful life includes a good turn now and then." •jiiiniiiiiiiiiM Letters .... To the Editor and excitement of York World's Fair. the New in the Phil Carlson home at Al gona Wednesday. Dear Editor: A special "Thank You" from the Officers and Enlisted-men , WORLD'S FAIR ENCOUNTER" j Mr and Mrs Harvey Finlev, , of Battery B 1st How Bn 194th ^ y ^ Virginia of Arm' 'Arty, la ARNG, Algona, la., for will be shown at the First Bap. I strong) were Sunday evening helping to make our "Muster tist Church, on March 4th, »*i supper guests in honor of Deb- Day" a complete success. 7:30 p.m. I bie . s birthday. Howard W. Stephenson mm ...... iiHiiiiliKiiiifliwiinili A neighborhood shower was Capt. Arty. WE ARE NOW MOVED In Our New Location At 214 E. STATE Effective Monday March 1 ALGONA PLUMBING. & HT6. Phone 295-5240 A. i. OAKLAND, Owner fast State St. ALGONA SWEA EAGLE Mr*. Kenneth Brones ••**•***»«**«*•**»•*»**•• Mrs. Robert Anderson had boys in her son Ron's class at school for his 7th birthday, Feb. 17. Guests were Tim and Tom Hurlburt, Dickie Kokler, Kurt Bjorklund, Greg Grabianowsk'i, Timmy Barnes and Mike Gray, The Gary Hermans, Wilton Junction, were weekend guests at Robert Anderson's. The Jim Rocks and William Phelps went to Minneapolis Feb. 15, where Jim had his cast removed after 2Va months. He had spinal surgery at St. Barnabas hospital last fall and has been pretty well confined for the past several months, Saturday Mrs. Perrv Tonne, Bancroft, and son, Lvle Torine, Racine, Wis., visited the Francis Torines. Mrs. Gus Larson is hospitalized at Fairmont hospital after a fall on ice. She had a broken bone in her thigh and several davs passed before she realized she was seriously hurt. The Walter O'Greens were re* cent guests of her parents, the Glen Morrows, Fox Lake, Minn. Roger Steenblock was hurt re* cently when he fell on the ice and ruptured a blood vessel in his arm. He was hospitalized several days at Estherville. The Everett Rippentrops and, daughter, Mrs. Homer Henriksen, Ringsted, attended services for their granddaughter, Kelly Piane, infant daughter of the David Rippentrops, Newton. Services and burial were at Fort Dodge. The premature child j weighed a pound and 11-Y, ozs. land, lived only 4 hours. They .have a daughter Nyla. 1. I The Everett Rippentrops vis^ ited their son Dale at Wood-' ward, Sunday. 1 Sunday guests at Perry Tor* ine's, Bancroft, for his 82nd, birthday were the Francis Tor* ines, John Guys, Dexter, How iard Nagels, Sherburn, and Aft Wades, Leroy, Minn. Mrs. Arthur Kracht was § surgery patient at the Esther- viUe hospital for six days la§t week, returning Friday. Services for Mrs. Nor ma Boyer, Fairmont, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Luther an church, Fairmont. She was 76. Mrs. Boyer was the sister- in-law of Mrs. Ole Johanson, Swea City. Death was from a stroke. i Duwayne Rippentrop was | Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Burt, Mrs. Ralph .Bartlett, Charles City, Mrs. Ralph Kenning, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Lloyd Priest, Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch, Algona; and two sons, John, Houston, Tex., and George, Mason City; 14 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Also surviving are a brother, George D. Schroeder, Dwight, 111., and thre sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Houck, Hector, Minn., Mrs. Pearl Gemmil, Dwight, 111., and Mrs. Ida Watson, Ames. Father of Algonian is dead at 80 Edward Elmer Davis, 80, father of Mrs Newton Coughenour,,, Algona, retired Spencer real estate man, died Wednesday morning at Spencer Municipal hospital where he had been a patient for two days. Mr Davis was born at Junell, 1884, in Clay county, the son of Noah and Jane Davis. His marriage to Elsie G. Lake was Dec. 1, 1909 at Red field, S. D. Besides his widow he is survived by the daughter, Mrs Newton (Virginia) Coughenour, Algona, and one sister, Mrs C. R. Turner, Spencer. Mr and Mrs Davis had their golden wedding anniversary in December, 1959. Pallbearers for the funeral Garriganmusic students to area meet The Garrigan music depart' ment will send students to participate in the State solo and ensemle contest to be held for their area at Masoti 'City, on April 2 and 3. The selection of entries was made by elimination at'a student recital and small group performance. Because of other commitments, by upperclassmen, ensemble eliminations were open to freshmen and sophomores only. Two mixed double quartets wilt include:; Eugene Lickteig, Norman Bormann, John Danl< hauser, Robert Nichols, Cindy Reding, Kathleen Plathe, Frances Goecke, Linda Gant; and William Qbrecht, Timothy Thill, James Fickbohm, Mark Pries^ korn, Christine Obrecht, Carol Schneider, Barbara Winkel and Rae Ann Kollasch. Piano entries are Constrance Bormann, Kathleen Plathe, Susan Nelson, and vocal entries are .Jane Aradorfer, Victoria Me- Guire, Florence McGuire. In the trio event will be Mary Foley, Mary Jean Mertz, and Anne Vonderhaar. The following will participate in the sextete group: Diane Dogotch, Ruth McEnroe, Rosalie Murphy, Bernadette Montag, Anne Penton, Patricia Loebig, and Diane Bode, Constance Bormann, Kathleen Boudewyns, Phyllis Lichter, Patricia McGuire, Corinne Bormann. The Concert Choir of 42 voices will participate in the large group contest to be held at Estherville on May 1. both for- the, Iowa City, and .the watch, home concert includes: Honor! Bond was set at JljOOO and and Glory, Bach; Plofate Filii Israel, Carissimi; 0 Day Full of Grace, Christiansen; a Joyful Psalm, Daniel Moe; QUaftt Jai oiiy le tambourine, Debiisy; The Soldier Boy, arr. Robert ShaW; Hacia Belefi Va un Bdrrico, arr. Robert Shaw, Salvador de Souza baritone soloist. Charged after of walch Feb. 8 A 19-year old Spencer man, Gary Shatto, was bound over to district court from Justice Delia Welter's court Thursday' on a "larceny in the daytime charge" filed by Sheriff Ralph Lind was Hot furnished, Shatte visit cd the home of the flill'-ttftil' doffs hefe 6« Saturday, Feb, a afld a day bf two later, the Hoii- dorfs noticed a watch missing. Shattb Was not found at S?sii< cer until eariy last week, the sheriff there tracked down the stolen watch, which had changed hands at least thr** times, and Shalto Was brought here to face charges. The watch was returned to the Holldorfs. DEBATERS — The Newton . senior high school debaters swept to a sweepstakes victory at the Iowa State University high school speech tournament. Newton competed against 18 horst involving the theft of a j schools in varsity competition. : ENDS WEDNESDAY - "THE LIVELY SET" THURS, Thrn SAT. MARCH 4 -6 ~ ALGONA this/^S^can sitt yw fram the eerie web of the union! Obtain your WITCH DkriECrM ""\ upon •nltr/nf Iht IfrMlr*/ ahown at 7:00 • 9:50 Mixed chorus concert here on March 7 The Algona high school Mixed Chorus with the Lyric Girls, chorus will give a concert of serious music Sunday March 7 in the First Presbyterian church of Algona at 3 p.m. The Presbyterian church has excellent acoustics for choral groups and makes a fitting setting for the ^acred music whielrj the choruses will perform. This- is the second time that the Presbyterian church board' has consented to holding the high school chorus concert ;in their church. The mixed chorus is : one of six high school choruses to take part in a choral workshop in Iowa City March 6. Clear Lake, Lewis Central of Council Bluffs, West Des Moines, Bettendorf, and Muscatine will participate as well as the University of Iowa. The Algona chorus .program Gal! or See JOHN LOVE For STOCKS & BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS COMMODITIES T?. G. Hend.erson <Sc Oo., Des Moines, Iowa Established 1930 415 South Hall St. • Algona • 295-3500 Members New York Stock Exchange were Fred Davis, Bob Carpenter, Walter Geeting, A. J. Knudsen, Roy Worts' and Roy Fenske, Mrs William Enderson was organist. The service was at 2 p.m .Friday at , the Methodist church with Rev Howard Palmer officiating. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. Sen. Riqler speaks here on Tuesday Senator Robert Rigler, republican floor leader in Iowa's state senate, will speak at a republican dinner rally at the Algona Country club this week Tuesday night. Tickets are available from Kirk Hayes or Oliver Carlson, Algona. The legislature is in recess this week at the half-way mark in the session. So far there have not been many bills passed but some highly controversial issues are being debated. It is anticipated Senator Rigler will tell some of the maneuvering by the democratic majority and how the democratic program will affect the state if elected. Senator Rigler is a banker a,t New Hampton, a graduate of both the University of Iowa and of Wisconsin. He served from 1943 to 1945 in the Cbin&-B«r- ma-lndja theater during World War il. He was first elected to the state senate in 1955. CREAM SOCIAL Algona Promenaders Square club will sponsor an ige cream social March 14 at Garrigan high school gym, from 1 to 5 p.m. Larry Edwards, M. C., plus area callers. SHOP HARRISON'S I • . ..'••*;•' • . ' ' ' : — FOR THESE FIVE OUTSTANDING VALUES — Be an Early Bird BRACH'S Peanut Clusters 47< REG. 69c PER LB, RED HEART YARN 4 OZ. SKEIN REG, $1.29 99 LATEX PAINT WHITE ONtV $ Gal 1.99 COLORS ARE $2.99 GALLON LARGE SELECTION ALL $1,09 VALUE! NEW STYLJi RIG. $1.00 EA. 19 KINDS BOXED STATIONERY Box 77 Ladies Blouses 77« c Boxed Games 77« ILL Jl.OO VALUE!

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