Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 6
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4-ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 1, W4 CHURCH WOMEN TO MEET The United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday evening, April 1, at 7:30 at the church. The Guild will be in charge. Devotions will be given by Mrs Karl Kiilsholm, music by Mrs Keith Christie and guest speaker will be Dr. Alncr Christian, of Forest City, a member of the faculty at the college there. He has been associated with work for the underprivileged in South America. BIRTHDAY AT BRITT Mr and Mrs Don Sherman spent Sunday at Britt with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Kenneth Boughton, a family celebration of Mrs Boughton's birthday. The Boughtons were to have been guests here of the Shermans but circumstances arose which made it impossible for them to come here, so Mrs Sherman packed the dinner and went to Britt. WOMENS CLUB MEETS The Plum Creek Women's club met March 24 with Mrs Corrine Gabrielson assisted by Clara Keith, Marjorie Bode, and Hazel Gatton. Sixteen members were present. Mrs Elfreda Clark gave the Inspiration and Mrs Everds gave a talk on '.'Mental Health." The next meeting will be held April 28 with Mrs Doris Keith. FATHER IS 96 Mrs Lawrence Hutzell went to Earlham Wednesday to visit with her father Alfred Standing. Sunday a family dinner was given in honor of his 96th birthday. Lawrence Hutzell joined them and accompanied Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell who spent the day with Mrs Hutzell's brother- in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Russell Hester. FAREWELL PARTY Mrs Ed Wichlendaht gave a farewell parly Thursday evo- ning for her son Darrell who left Saturday for army duty in Germany. In attendance were Bernard Laabs, Dennis Stucki, Du- anc Hanover, Dennis Guerdet, Darrell Berkland, Micky Zimmerman and Mr and Mrs Walter Bell. Micky and Darrell will bu overseas together. BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE Mr and Mrs Earl Armstrong of Livermore had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Norman Armstrong and children, Mrs Paul Schneider, Adrian and Vern Casler. It was an observance of the birthday of Mrs Armstrong, mother of Norman and sister of the other guests. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mr and Mrs Gail Haase- entertained at dinner Thursday evening and had as guests Mr and Mrs Ray Larson, of Renwick, Mrs Osta Thompson, and Mr and Mrs Maurice Thompson and family. It was an observance of the birthday of Maurice Thompson, brother of Mrs Gail Ilaasc. CHURCH CIRCLES TO MEET Circles 1 and 3 of the Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday for 1:30 o'clock luncheons with Mrs Willard Zeigler. Circle 2 with Mrs C. R. LaBar- rc. The evening cjrcle will meet with Mrs G. W. Naylor. GUESTS FOR BIRTHDAY Julius Peterson's birthday was Saturday and in honor of the anniversary dinner guests Sunday were their son-in-law'and daughter Mr and Mrs Harold High yielders at normal and high populations -PIONEER, hybrids Latest official Iowa Corn Yield Test* results were reported at both normal and high populations in all districts for the first time. At least one Pioneer entry in every district ranked among the top four yielders at both population levels. A total of 9 different Pioneer hybrids ranked among these top four yielders—three times as many as any other brand of corn. To make maximum profits, you'll want to keep your stand m line with yield prospects, But whatever rate of planting you choose, you can count on Pioneer corn to make top yields , , , as proven in the Iowa Corn Yield Test, "•Conducted by the Iowa Stale University—open to all producers of seed. Rankings based on 2-year averages, the only results reported. -, .. See or call Your Local Pioneer Salesman: PIONEER. SEEP QQRN Anderson and soli Andy Lee, of ftoyal. WSC$LUNCHEON The Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, April 1, for a one o'clock luncheon. Chairman and co-chairman are Mrs George scuifham arid Mrs Harold Kuch- enretither. The lesson is "The Disciplined Life." BIRTHDAY GROUP MEETS Mrs Howard Bcardslcy entertained her birthday group Saturday at Helen Dihglcy's. The birthday of Mrs L. E. Linnan was observed. The afternoon was spent at bridge. AT MINNESOTA WEDDING Mr and Mrs H. W. Miller attended the wedding Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Lutheran church of Mr Miller's nephew Charles Miller, at Hayward, Minn. BAPTIST WOMEN TO MEET Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 1. Mrs Leonard Maasdam and Mrs C. N. Robinson will be the hostesses. HOSTS GROUP AT CARDS Mrs Mary Warmbier entertained Mr and Mrs Jake Godden, Mrs Mary Olson and Mrs Ernest Thicl at cards Sunday eve- rting. POSTPONED BRIDGE Mrs F. M. Holt is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. H was postponed a week occause of the bad weather. CLUB MEETS TUESDAY The Past Matrons club met on Tuesday for a luncheon at the Johnson House. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Lloyd Muckey entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Swea City man files $90,000 law suit A Swei City man filed • $90,000 damage tult Friday in diitrkt court at Esther-villa. Manford Boever, Swea City, filed the tuit In behalf of hit ton, Douglas Boever, Named at defendant! were Sylvetter and Thomat Richard Kockler, alto of Swea City, The tuit ttemt from a one-car accident June 16, 1964 a mil* east of Ettherville In which the boy wat injured, The Boever youth had been riding in a ear driven by Tho- mat Kockler, then 16. Kockler was fined $50 and cottt five dayt later for failure to have his ear under control, Mrs. Marion Hyink and Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer II, students of cosmetology at La James Beauty school in Mason City, received honorable mencion for hair styling last Tuesday evening in Holy Family auditorium. The styles were combed in view of 700 guests. MOTHER IS DEAD The W. 0. Elberts returned Monday from Des Moines after several days. Mrs. Elbert's mother, Mrs. Catherine Maher, died last Monday evening. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Immaculate Heart Catholic church in Ankeny and burial was at Colfax. Mrs. Orville Lauck entered the hospital at Emmetsburg Friday as a medical patient. The Wm. Fandels and the Alfred Scmons, Algona, visited (lev. James Fandel at Lake City Sunday. Rev. Edward Fandel, Auburn, was also there. They also visited the Herman Fandels in Manson. •!; The Francis Fandels were Sunday guests at Verne Bormann's. Mrs. Frank Piekarski had the 7-up club Monday. The Edwin Greinerts had their Pinochle club Sunday. The Herb Zumachs, Hugo Meyer and Mrs. Reuben Butzke won prizes. The G. C. Loebachs had their 500 club Sunday. Milferd Elbert, Mrs. Arnold Fischer, the Art El- bcrts, and H. R. Pettit won prizes. The H. R. Pettits were guests. Mrs. Carl Ernst had the Sharks Tuesday. Mrs. Norman Lane, Mrs. Lewis Duffy, and Mrs. C. A. Derner won prizes. Mrs. Dennis Wehrspann had the birthday club Tuesday for Mrs. Harold Zimmerman. Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Eldon Maahs and Mrs. Marguerite Heinrich won prizes. Mrs. C. E. Kollasch had the Pinochle club Tuesday. Mary Loebach and Mrs. Henry Mueller won prizes. The Joe H. Loebachs visited their aunt, Mrs. Emma Knecht, Tuesday. Mrs. Edwin Gade and the Paul Meyers, Rutland, went to Nevada to visit the Richard Strueckers. The Paul Schrauths, Bancroft, visited her mother Mrs. Catherine Origer, Sunday. The Deb Wichtendahls had as Sunday guests for Steven's birthday, the Harold Batts, Ames, Ernie Meyers and Ervin BdfV ishefdittg. Dick Potratz, Estherville, was a guest Monday of his parents, the Herb Potratzes. Mrs. C, E. Kollasch and Mrs. Mildred Tefttes went to Ledyard Friday to visit. Saturday they ac< companied the Lawrence Ternes to Rock Rapids to visit Rev. Victor Kollasch and attend the dedication of the hew Catholic church there. The Tony Hansens brought their daughter, Cara Lee home Monday irom the hospital at Emmetsburg. Richard Schmidt entered St. Ann hospital Monday as a medical patient. Michael Rusch had his tonsils and adenoids removed in St. Ann hospital Monday. The Francis Schaefers, West Bend, were Sunday visitors at Elmer Anliker's. Neighbors of Elda Baas helped her celebrate her birthday Friday. Evening visitors were the George Baases and Carmen Kautsch. Friday the Bill Bauers, Deb Ostwalds and Melvin Ostwalds surprised John Mosbach for his birthday. The Keith Ballards, Bandette, Minn., came Sunday to visit her parents, the Chas. Bormanns Sr. Amy is staying with her grandparents while her parents went to Des Moines to a sports show. The Clem Biseniuses had as Sunday visitors for her mother, Mrs. Leo Elsbecker's birthday, the Leo Elsbeckers, Bancroft, Jim Cowans and Ralph Simons- es, Algona. Visitors Sunday at Cecil Bjustrom's were the Lawrence Bjustroms, Stratford, Quinton Bjustroms, Burt, Cliff Bjus- troms, LuVerne, Milan Bjustrom, Algona, the Charles Bjus- troms, Harold Bjustroms and Francis Bjustroms. Mrs. Don Conrad and child- fen, Like City, brought hef sla- ter Irene Alig home MomUy after several days there. Lee Dau, Milton Biitzke, Everette Maahs and Kenny Meyer, and Jerry Helmefs, Algona, went to Des Moines Friday tor the basketball games, They returned Sunday, The Joe M, Besches spent Sunday at Rex Brown's, West Bend. The Allen Vanderbilts, Ak gona, were guests Sunday at Theo. Bierstettt's. Mrs. Lydia Bisenius returned last Monday from Lohrville where she cared for her grand' children at the Joe Kavanough home while their parents went to Phoenix, Ariz., after his mother', Mrs, Veronica Kavanough. The Hugo Meyers returned the first of last week from Florida after several weeks. Mrs. Art Zinnel, West Bend, was a guest last Tuesday of her daughter, Vic Daus. Mrs. Vic Dau and Mrs. Burns, Algona, went to Des Moines last weekend. Mrs. Dau visited the Richard Kirschner's and Mrs. Burns visited her husband in Veteran's hospital. Tony Buscherfeld went to Iowa City Tuesday for a check- Hie Joe It. Loebachs had the Scatter club Sunday night, Rob- eft Walkefy Mrs. fief man KoU lasch, Laurence Kitsch, Mrs. Leo Kollasch and Jim Geelan won prizes. Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran churcn, Fentoh, fof Albert Schwarzehbach, 59, broth- er-in4aw of Frank fcisele. Burial was at Fenton. His wife and 3 children survive, 75 attend stockholders meet Area stockholders of the Iowa Business Investment Corp. and the Pioneer Insurance Co, attended a meeting Monday night at the Algona Country Club. Key members of the two companies were present to explain the companies' latest financial standing. About 75 persons were in attendance. Local representative for both IB! and Pioneer is Harry V. Hull Jr., Humboldt. 109 — Mrs Minnie Haren died at Grundy Center at the age of 109 years. .She was one of the oldest women in the United States. Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICX "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE," R, I, Mawdsley Aaron Steussy Algona Murray Elevator Uancrofi Ted Hoover. Sr Algona Henry Schroeder Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch Walter Vatidt Whittemore Everett Ackerson Wesley Services for Mrs. Knecht at Whittemore Whittemore — Mrs. Emma Knecht, 74, died Thursday afternoon in St. Ann hospital where she entered early that morning. She was born August 2, 1890, at Richland, 111., to the late William and Wilhelmina Salz. Oct. 16, 1912 she married Theodoje Knecht at Richland, 111. They moved to a farm near Whittc- more about 50 years ago. Later they moved to Whittemore where her husband work- d in the light plant and he was Iso city marshal. He died in May, 1950. Surviving are five children: Mrs. Henry (Rolanda) Jenn, owa City; Harold, Algona; Beitrice, St. Paul, Minn.; Norbert ind Roman, both of West Bend, 2 grandchildren and 2 great [randchildren. Also surviving are a brother Henry Salz, Leonore, 111., two isters, Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach and Mrs, M, W. (Louise) Kolasch, both of Whittemore. Mrs. Knecht was chief cook n Butch's cafe until she became 11 a few months 'ago. She was » member of the Rosary Society, 1 D. A., Legion Auxiliary and Veteran's Mother's Club. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore, vith Rev. Philip Dailey saying the requiem mass. Burial was n the parish cemetery with Hy- nk in charge. Pallbearers were Donald Kolasch, Ray Keene, Dan Foley, G. C. Loebach, Vincent Salz and Martin Potratz. EX-RESIDENT DIES A former Whittemore resident, Mrs. Viola Ault, 95, died last Monday at a nursing home in Menlo Park, Calif. Her late husband, D. W. Aujt, was a manager of the Whittemore elevator for a number of years. Four children survive, eight grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, and 8 great great grandchildren, one sister and one brother. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at Jefferson and burial was in Evergreen cemetery, Lohrville. DORWEILER SERVICES Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church in West Bend for Phillip H. Dorweiler, 83, who died last Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. He was born at West Bend and fanned for several years. He is survived by his wife, the former Anna Ruf, three children, Mrs. Earl Schafer and Lawrence Dorweiler, West Bend, and Mrs. Elmer Anliker, Whittemore, three sisters, Mrs. George Gengler, Whittemore, Mrs. Helen Studer, Corwith, and Mrs. Charles Seymour, Mason, Neb. have you looked at 1i ; m , '.•••" your husband lately ? A lady it only as well-dressed at her husband during the Eatter Parade. So if pop't wardrobe lookt at if it could ute a little life thit tpring, tend him (or better yet, bring him) into the HUB CLOTHIERS thit week and let ut thow him our latest new ttylet in men't tuitt, sport coats and tlacks and accestoriet. SPRING IS HERE... EASTER IS NEAR! CREATE HAIR STYLES Rosalie, daughter of Mr. and New Spring SPORT COATS Our sport jackets art "in shape" for tpring. Choose from plaids, herringbones, plains, blazers,-checks and many others. from $ 24.95 MASTERBILT SLACKS will compliment your sport coats . . . regular "year- round" weights or new summer weights in stock. Cfc'HUB LEUTH SLACKS ; 8.95 WELCOME WESLEY BOYS These 4-H Boys will be in our store Saturday. Come in and say hello! W W fllbflaiMriRpvlkdRt <•»*•»Y ••• W AUOQNA.IOWA TOP YOUR WARDROBE WITH A NEW HAT BY DOBBS or STEVENS $8.95 to $12.95 SUITS • MICHAEL STERN • CURLEE CLOTHES • HERITAGE CLOTHES You'll find tpring't newett ttyling and fabrict in our wonderful new itock for spring, Smart now shad** in tharkfkint, worttedt or light weight fabrict. (L) — Robert J. Boleneu* Alan

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