Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 16
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Father of Whittemore woman dies Whittembre — Mrs. Lawrence Besch received news of the sudden death of her father, Martin Bleich. 61, Forest City, Satur day. Surviving are his wife, Ann Scilcr, son, Rev. Russell Bleich, Ossian, two daughters, Cathy, Rochester. Minn., Mrs. Lawrence (Mary Jane) Besch, Whittemore. Funeral services were Tuesday at the Catholic church in Forest City. COME FOR FUNERAL The Mcrvyn Johns, Valley City, N. D., were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Jane Alig. They also attended the funeral of his father Sidney John, 61, at Bancroft Saturday. Mr. John died of a heart attack at Mandam. S. D. Burial was in the Bancroft cemetery beside his wife who died five years ago. Surviving arc two sons and a daughter. The Don Conrads, Lake City, were Sunday guests at the maternal Jane Alig's. Irene Alig went back with the Conrads for an extended visit. The Jim Dahlhausers were guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser. Visitors were the Tony Waechters, Paul Dahlhausers. Henry Dahlhaus- ers, West Bend, and Roy Mertz- es, Algona. Mrs. Leroy Elbert was a surgical patient in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge Tuesday. Virginia Bunion entered St. Ann hospital last Thursday as a medical patient. Herman Wichtendahl was discharged Sunday from St. Ann hospital where he entered Thursday. Fred Helmke was released from St. Ann hospital Friday and taken to Rochester, Minn. Simon Elbert entered St. Ann hospital Saturday after being released from Rochester, Minn. M. J. Erdman entered St. Ann hospital Sunday and had surgery Monday. Clarence Hentges went to Iowa City last week and was to have surgery Monday. Mrs. Bernard Bell went to Iowa City hospital last week for a check-up. Guy Farrell of Charles City, formerly of Whittemore had surgery in Iowa City hospital last week. || T | Agnes and Mary Loebach had the East End Kids Sunday. Mary Loebach, Mrs. Cyril Wagner and Teresa Duffy won prizes. Teresa was a guest. Mrs. Leroy Elbert had the 7- up club Monday afternoon. The Jim Butlers had Club 18 Sunday. George Streit, Mrs. Elmer Elbert, the Harold McDon- nells, Bill Besch and Mrs. Chas. G, Kollasch won prizes. This club completed 15 years with this party. Mrs. Wm. Fandel had the Neighborly club Thursday. Jack Spurgeon, Mrs. Wm. Fandel and Mrs. Leo Walters, a guest, won prizes. Mrs. Gwen Johnson had the Scatter club Sunday. Mrs. Joe H. Loebach, Herman Kollasch, Mrs, Leo Kollasch, Jim Geelan and Joe H. Loebach won prizes. The Max Wilcoxes, Emmetsburg, and Theo. Bierstedts were Sunday guests at Kassie Klocko's, Swea City, for his birthday. Kirby Wilcox, Emmetsburg, spent a few days last week at Theo. Bierstedt's while his parents were in Iowa City where they took their daughter for a check-up. The Verne Bormanns were Sunday guests at Vic Youngwirth's, Wesley. The Maurice Bormanns, Le- Mars, were weekend guests of his parents, the Chas, Bormanns Sr. The John Erpeldings spent | several days last week caring for the Ed Tigges children at Burt while they attended the funeral of his uncle, Art Tigges, Dubuque. The George Genglers and Ralph Genglers went to Eagle Grove Sunday to the confirmation of Ricky Ristau for whom George was a sponsor. They were all guests at Bui Ristau's. Four children of the Jimmie Geelans, Algona, spent a few days with their grandparents, the James B. Geelans. Accepted EDWARD Carman, son of Mr nd Mrs Victor Carman, Burt, las been notified of his acceptance into medical school at the tate university for the fall term. He is in his third year of I prc-mcdicine. He is a member of Alpha Tan Omega fraternity.' Ex-Lone Rock girl married in California Lone Rock — At the Redeemer Lutheran church in South Gate, Calif., Marlys Radig, daughter of the Donald Radigs and Norman A. Usher, South Gate, Calif., son of the C. R. Ushers, South Gate, were married Feb. 20. The Rev. Tobias H. Joeckel officiated. The bride's escort was her father, 'Mr. Donald ftadig, Lone Kock. Attendants were Karen Fox, Hunlington Park, Calif., maid of honor, Pam Andrews, Los Angeles, bridesmaid, James E. Hosley, Bucna Park, Calif., best man and the groom's brother, Kenneth Usher, South Gale, groomsman. i Ushers were Tom Tultori, Cudahy, Calif., and Lee Usher, Twentynine Palms, Calif. Soloist was a sister-in-law, Mrs. Lee Usher, and organist was Mrs. Larry Kcrchcr. There were 150 guests at the reception in the church. The Business Women's club of the church were hostesses. Janis Clare and Linda Tutton displayed the wedding gifts. The bride, a graduate of Scntral high school, Fenton, and Mankato Business college, is employed with Proctor & Gamble in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of South Gate high school, attended East Los Angeles college, and served two years with the Army with one year spent in Korea. He was a patrolman for a year with the South Gate Police Force and now is employed with the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. They went to San Francisco for their honeymoon trip and are living in South Gate, Calif. *-AL60NA (lew*) ADVANCl THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1H* Ronald Bchrcnds, Redwood Falls, Minn., spent the weekend with his parents the Richard Bchrcnds. The Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a card party March 11 at 8 o'clock. Everyone is welcome. U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church will meet this Thursday. The Lanny Farmers, LeMars, have their first boy, Jody Dean, born Feb. 10. He has two Sistefl Mrs. Farmer is the fofitier Wift« da Schrader. The Erick Seegebarths and Mr. Dell Marlow left Friday for Rcdficld, S. D., to visit hef sis* tcr, the George Harms and to attend the funeral of Mrs, Harms' father-in-law. The Andrew Thomsens returned Saturday after a month at Phoenix, Ariz. They had living quarters near Ralph Thompson's, Algona, who are still in Phoenix but will be returning soon. Enroutc home they spent four days at their son Kenneth's, Creston. Talks dated by missionary in wheelchair Fenton — The public is invit* ed to a scries of talks at St. John's Lutheran church, Cylinder, (Depew) next week. The speaker will be Rev. Allen V. Lee. He will speak at 10:30 Sun* day, March 14, and each evening at 7:30 through Wednesday, March 17. There will also be a special youth meeting for all Leaguers each evening at 6. A native of Stewartville, Minnesota, Pastor Lee is a graduate of Luther College, Decorah, and Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul. Lee, 56, known as "the wheelchair evangelist" was stricken with polio in 1938, while a senior at Luther Seminary. For 18 years he has been an evangelist (teaching from his wheelchair. As in ELC evangelist, Lee his traveled extensively throughout the United States, driving in auto with hand controls, ills wheelchair sermons emphasize faith to bring victory over physical limitations, and he is popu* lar with children and young people. May 3, 1959, he was ordained, the iirst in a wheelchair to receive such action by this 1,100,000 member body, January l, 1 1961, he was installed as one ot the preaching evangelists in the American Lutheran church. Lee and his family make their home on a farm near Hayiield, Minn., where they raise purebred sheep. He and his wile, Helen, were both raised on farms and they believe that it is a good place for their son and daughter. Each of them have sheep tor their 4-H projects. The story of Lee's struggle with polio has been featured in a book, "My Soul More Bent" by Mclva Rorem. MISSIONARY LETTER Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, met Thursday. No topic was presented this month, but the study of the Communion Liturgy led by Rev. Rex Spicer will continue in April. A. letter was read from Susan . Hantelman, missionary nurse to Nigeria. They discussed making hospital supplies for Susan's station as a project of the Aid. No decision was made. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. George Jentz. There was one guest present, Mrs. Paul Eigler. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Larry Gade and Mrs. Harvey Henricksen. THREE RE-ELECTED Mrs. W.. W. Jolley, James Richard Voigt, Fenton, the Don Pattersons and John, and Linda Fairbanks, Burt, attended the state convention of the Child' ren of the American Revolution in Des Moines last weekend, They are all members of the Algonquin Society of the C. A. R. Linda, John and James were all re-elected to state offices, Linda being state custodian, John corresponding secretary, and James registrar. The Algonquin Society also received some awards. Mrs. Patterson was appointed the new state president of the C. A. R. She was appointed by the national society. TO BUILD HOUSE A building permit was grant* ed Wednesday night by the Fenton town council to Ernest Mueller, Fenton. The permit is for building a new house on his town property. The town council's meeting had been postponed from Monday night because of the blizzard. All members of the council were present. $104 IN DIMES Mrs. John Waite, chairman of the March of Dimes drive in Fenton, reports a total of $104 collected in the house-to-house canvass. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary who helped in the fund drive were Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Elmer Greinert, Mrs. Merle Voigt, and Mrs. John Waite. The Clifford Douglases and Lorenz Gades were Wednesday visitors with Mrs. Anna Wehr- span at Whittemore. . Carol Shaw, Minneapolis, recently spent a weekend with her parents, the Don Shaws. The Don Shaws were in Des Moines over the weekend at his parents, the Claude Shaws. The William Hantelmans and Homer Matthiesens attended a mission service at Curlew Sunday. One of the speakers was Rev. frank Drown, whd spok* in Fenton last January. Mrs. Fred Mortertson spent last week in Omaha helping her daughter, Mrs. Darryl Mouse' holder, who is in traction with a slipped disc. Mrs. Householder is at home, but will be under treatment for some time. The Don Priebes were guests Monday at Leroy Jacobsen's. Mrs. John Waite, president of the Legion Auxiliary, announced the March meeting has been postponed until March 18, it Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman's. Members should bring their Golden Mike Ballots, Grand Opening America's Ffniiit -- CAIM I*ER$ ~; March 19 and 20 STENZEL & MYERS CAMPERS NorUi Iowa's, Sw*» City low* Cargill Appreciation Day SATURDAY, March 13 All farm families are invited to our big OPEN HOUSE AND APPRECIATION DAY' Saturday of this week at our elevator at 419 South Phillips St. in Algona. Enjoy ham sandwiches and coffee. . Register for the free door prizes listed elsewhere in this advertisement. I Need Printing? Call the APVANCE1 Take PROVO tab:ets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES - PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arth ritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. Honsbrurh Drug • Algona \ \ Ham with each ton or more of feed or fertilizer sold on Saturday! One ham to a customer! Special Fertilizer bookings on BULK, BAG or LIQUID FERTILIZER. B* sura to take^advantage of pur offer. And get your free ham with any order of one ton or more of feed or fertilizer Saturday. CARGILL, INC 419 South Phillips Street Phone 395-3741 ALGONA Monthly payments are tailored to your income — responsibilities. ^ Borrow up to 80% »> Terms to 25 Years l> Prepay without Penalty *> Open End Feature INQUIRE TODAY Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Annum A!) Accounts Fully Insured to 110,000 Save From the Tenth ™ Earn From The First 1917 - ALGONA, IOWA

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