Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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*—ALPONA (lews) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 ' Martin Bleich, ex-Wesleyan, dies suddenly Wesley — Martin ttlcicli, 61, Forest City, died suddenly of a heart attack Saturday evening, March fi in a bowling alley. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock in St. James Catholic church. Forest City, with the son, rather Russell Bleich, Ossian. saying the mass. Martin was a son of the late Albert Blcichs who were Wesley area residents. He is survived by his widow, the former Ann Seller, one son Father Russell Bleich, two daughters: Mrs. (Jane) Lawrence Bcsch, Whittemorc. and Katherine Bleich, Rochester, Minn., five grandchildren; two brothers: Frank and Art, Wesley; four sisters, Mrs. (Maryl Tom Forburger. Wesley, Mrs. (Rena) Will Haudek, Garner, Mrs. Ann Gar- nian, Britt, and Mrs. (Katherine) Louis Minneham, Jefferson. His parents and one brother, John are dead. Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery at Wesley beside his parents and his brother. St. Jo- sjeph's guild served dinner here in the parish hall after the funeral. FILMS ARE SHOWN Feb. 25 in the Wesley school there was a nrogram of two films on mouth-to-mouth resuscitation shown by Mrs. Chaoman from Mason City. Dr. R. E. Jongewaard helped demonstrate. Everyone had a chance to do mouth-to-mouth breathing on a mannequin. Buffalo and Prairie clubs were invited. FOODS FROM INDIA At the February meeting of Graduate from school DENNIS L. HOWE Lone Rock These two youths pictured a- bovc hnvc recently graduated from the Universal Trades School at Omaha, Ncbr., after nine months of training. Dennis Howe, son of Retain c Householder, completed a course in auto mechanics as did Kcllner, son of Mr and Mrs Cyril Kellner. Howe is a graduate pf the Sentral Community high school and Kellner graduated 'rom, the'Garrigan high school. They are both now living at 902 Cnpitol Avc, Omaha, Nebr. Free church hostesses Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard and Mrs. Arvin Larson served a one o'clock luncheon of foods commonly used in India, including rice and curry, bananas, etc. Mrs. Jongewaard is a daughter of missionary parents and grew up in an Indian mission station. Robert Giddings, Downers Grove, 111. and Merle Giddings, Des Moines, spent the March 7 weekend with their father, Gordon Giddings, recuperating at the W.M.S. in the Evangelical his home from surgery. "Win the world's largest check at Honsbruch Drug FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 19 - 20 * *:'.•'* HONSBRUCH DRUG "Your Algona Rexall Store" THOMAS KELLNER Bode Registration prize winners at the drawing at Bauer Implement were Vincent Cruise, Ken Havcrly, Hemmo Grcmmer.'and Alvin Becker. . . • Rural Life breakfast will be served March 14 in-SI. 'Joseph's parish hall after! both Masses by a group of women'Of the parish. Everyone is welcome to the breakfast. Mrs. H, II. Raney, Mrs. Martin Hamilton, Mrs. .1. M: 'Kunz, Mrs. Jim Walker and Mrs. Mary Mullin, Britt, participated in the state bowling tournament at Muscatine over ,.thc March 7 weekend. , The Jim Raneys, Storm Lake, spent the weekend at the parental II. H. Raney's* and Cliff Anfinson's. Mrs. Mag Bleich reports her granddaughter Jae Ella, born Dec. 31, instead of Dec. 13 as was erroniously reported previously, to her son, the Jim Bleichs, at a Spencer hospital, was brought hon}e last week. The infant weighted 2 Ibs. 13 oz. at birth and was kept in an incubator until she attained 6 Ibs. The young couple have.two other small children John and Ann. • ' '•'.'•., ' .. •• '.' i " "<•; The daughter born to the .Dale Wingerts Feb. 24 was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's 'Catholic church by Rev. R: W. Phillips arid named Lisa r Marie.-She ,is their first child. 5 Sponsors, were her uncle, Robert Wingert, and Mary Ellen Studer. Grandparents are the Clare Wingerts and Ray Beckers. Great grandmpthr ers are Mrs. /Cecelia Berger, Whittemore, and Mrs:'/-'Mary Wingert, Wesley. ; :'. The Lester Larsons spent a recent wekend. 'in Northfield, Minn., with the N. E. Quams. They had their 38th wedding there arid attended St. OlaT college choir concert. - ; , The Charles -Vestrenis and Mrs. Paul Erdnian went to Rochester, Minn. .Sunday to visit Mrs. Lowell Erdman, Decorah, at Worrell hospital. The Jack Lickteigs had their 500 club Sunday. The Lou Cinks and the Everett Ackersons were prize winners. The Cinks will have the next party. The Jim Goetzes were recently transferred from Petaluma, Calif, to Fort Meade, Ma; He Is In the army. Me is « Son of" IP the Leo Goetzes. The Tom Roots are guests at the parental L. T. Root's. Me graduated Jan. 29 from Georgetown university law center and was a member of the Capitol Police Force in Washington, D. C. Ruth and Jeanne Nelson, students at Briar Cliff, Sioux City, came March 9 and spent till March 14 at the parental Clarence Nelson's. Paul Erdman was transferred March 5 from University hospital, Iowa City, to room 200 in Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids to be near their son, the Bernard Erdmans. Another son Darrell, Omaha, spent Saturday with him. The Wrn. Iversons, Chicago, left March 6 for their home following a week at Orville Smith's. Sue Nelson, Patricia Loebig, and Gary Locbig won superior ratings in the state speech contest at Bpone Valley Feb. 27, and will participate in the finals in April. Steve Walker won an excellent rating at Boqne Valley. Ed Eiscnbacher returned recently from 3 weeks on the West Coast where he visited his sister, the Ben r ;.Faurots, Studio City, Calif., and', relatives at Portland and Tacoma; Wash..'" The Francis pierces had their 500 club Sunday. Winners were Joe Goetz, John Hildman, Mrs. Will Hauptly, Mrs. Leo Goetz and Mrs. John Hildman. The Hauptlys will have the next party March 21. - Mrs. Lowell Erdman, Decorah, had surgery March 5 in Worrall hospital, Rochester, Minn. Her sister Carroll (Mrs. Lee Smith), Chicago, 4s' staying with the Erdman's 3 sons while their mother is hospitalized. The Benny Studers brought their infant daughter, Laurel Jean, to St. Joseph's Catholic church for her baptism, by Father R. W. Phillips. Sponsors were her brother, Mathias and sister Karen. Grandparents are the Ben G. StudeVs arid Mrs. Cecelia Berger, ; Whittemore. She was born Feb. 23- in the Britt hospital and has 4 brothers and 5 sisters. Ceclia Deal, and Don went to bes' Moines Saturday for the evening' ' performance of opera night. Kim Deal, .son of Mrs. Deal, is tenor soloist in a performance .ScJiuberVs, Mass ii| |G. ( Kim' hopes to receive his master's degree .this year. . Harold Hutchins spent his 84th birthday in St. Ann hospital .''He feiitefed the hospital Friday with* an infection and his birthday was Sunday (yesterday). .•-.'. ,~ Thursday and .Friday guetts at the Lewis; Broesder's were the Raymond Gerdeses. Sunday guests were Marvin Broesders and Raymond Gerdeses. Other visitors Sunday were the Fred Plumbs, Durwood Walkers, the James Voights arid Ed Hack- barths'. ... Judy Bickert, 'who attends St. Catherine college at St. Paul, Minn'.; spent the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Bickert. Who's the fairest one of all? Who? Me, of course. Me, in my Dodge Coronet 500.,.. with bucket seats and dreamy interior. Imagine how young And-WOW! , ; The performance .and new lower \ - What's mo, re,'...Coronet matches. Try matching tfiis: A Dodge Coronet 500 with an optional 426 VS. Now, color it gone. Or iry ihe standard 273 or extra-cost 318, 361, or 383 cu. in. V8. 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