Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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! Alqona Kcmuth County THUMOAY, AMIU IS, IMS _ AlOONA, IOWA vance 2 Algonans promoted company i w ."• wr > <. ** >* ,s>v v'* r >f\ * f- t> ( <•, Ex-Nhittefliore woman dies atHumboldt Whitttmor* — The community was shocked Saturday to hear of the sudden death of Mrs. Margaret Oeist, 59, formerly Mrs. Margaret Rusch, Humboldt, who died Friday. Mrs. Geist was born at Watertown, Wis., and in 1928 married Ewald Rusch. They Ived at Watertown until 1938 when they purchased the Main Cafe in Whittemore. Mr. Rusch died in 1953 and Mrs. Rusch married 'Walter Geist in 1956. He died in 1962. They lived at Woodward. In 1964 she went to Humboldt where she was employed. Three children survive, Mrs. Duane Dreyer (Sally), Humboldt, Mrs. Kenneth Wehrspann (Marilyn), Algona, and a son Rpdell ftiisdi, SepulVdda, Calif, ftfcfi* ate five sisters and a bf«hei fi Wisconsin. funeral services were 2 p.m. Monday in Zioti Luthelf an church in Humboldt with I ftev. L. PL Kudaft official and burial was in St. Lutheran cemetery, Whittdffii DATE CONVENTION St. Paul's Lutheran church will have confirmation Sunday* Members of the class are fidj win FuosSj Carl Hartsch, Miriam Kautsch, Dennis .Meyer, Elder Meyer, Brian Ostwald, Diahrti Roeber, Norman Roeber, aft Raymond Zinnell. , • South Side Card club met* Monday with Mrs. Ed Greinerti; Mrs. Anna Behnke, Mrs. Vic Dau and Mrs. Marie Schmeling won prizes. ,' ' Mrs. John Marte was hostess to the 7-up club Monday. Mrs. Leo J. Elbert had ,th«£ Neighborly club Thursday. Mrs? Elliott Waldschmidt, Mrs. ;Bilt Besch and Mrs. Wm. Fandcl Woit' prizes. Mrs. Frank Foley wa| a guest. ' J Veteran's Mothers met Thursday in the Legion hall. At 500 Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser and Mrs. Cecelia Berger won prizes; . •••: C.D.A. met Thursday for a 6:30 luncheon in St. Michael's hall. New officers were nominated. Court whist followed with Mrs. Chas. Bormann and MrS: George Besch winning prizes. , Rosary Society of St. Mich- acl's Catholic church met TUGS* day for a 6:30 luncheoti follow- cd by a meeting after which 500 was played. Mrs. Frank Piekarski and Mrs. Lydia Biscnius won orizes. The R. C. Nurrcs, Sioux City, visited last Wednesday afternoon at Leo Nurre's. The Swine Feeders meeting was held Friday in the Whittemore Co-op elevator office basement with an oyster stew at noon followed by a meeting. A deal was made recently whereby the John Carlsons purchased the Ellsworth Heidenwith home a block south of main street now being occupied by the Harvey Grahams. Guests Sunday at Erwin Strucckcr's were the Martin Meyers, and David Wattinghams Garner. Other callers were the Robert Fucrstenaus, Lone Rock. The Frank Spillescs, Mrs. Anna Poirot and Mrs. Bob Poirot and three sons, Sherburn, Minn., were Sunday guests at Francis Spilles', Mallard. Mike Grimm, DCS Moines, came for his family Sunday after a week with her parents, tlic Herb Zumachs. Clara Vaudt, Estherville, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Clara Vaudt. Sunday guests at Vic Dau's were the Eilt Huntermarks, Mallard, Mrs. Art Zinnel, West Bend, the Ralph Bamvarls, Rodman, Richard Kirschners, and Steve Allisons, DCS Moines. Mrs. Anna Dau was an afternoon visitor. The Francis Priestcrs, Bancroft, were visitors Sunday with his parents, Hie Joe Pricsters. Lutheran Layman's League had a dart ballgame Sunday in the school gym. Other towns participating were West Bend, Algona, Fenton, Fairville and Lotts Creek. There were 130 present. Lotts Creek won the tournament. Several from here went to Sioux Falls Sunday to bowl in the WNAX tournament. Mrs. Vic Dau visited her mother, Mrs. Art Zinncl, West Bend, Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Jcnn returned to Iowa City Sunday after 10 days following the dcatli of her mother, Mrs. Emma Knccht. Hci uncle, Henry Salz, accompaniec her to Iowa City and he left the next day for his home at Lcnore, Mrs. Adcla Meyer, Mrs. R. F. Zumach, and the H. R. Zumachs went to Lotts Creek Sunday and were guests of the Nick Geng- lers. All went to Art Rusch's for his birthday. Mrs. Joe E. Loebach, Irvington, had a party Sunday for Joe Joe's birthday. Guests were the Alvin Kleins, Irvington, Joe H. Loebachs, and three great grandmothers, Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach, Mrs. Mary Kain and Mrs. Anna Gcischecker, Algona. A great grandmother who lives in Minnesota was unable to attend. The Ed Kains, Algona, visited Saturday at Joe H. Locbach's. Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch spent Thursday in Brltt with her son, the Mark Kollasches. Agnes and Mary Loebach had the Pinochle club Monday. Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch and Mff. Hefify Mueller won pftees. The Lotiis Gfeifterts had thelf Pinochle club Sunday. The Ed* win Greinefts, Reuben Butzke and Mrs. Vic Dau won prizes, Daniel, son of the Orviile Muellers, had tonsil surgery in St. Ann hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Haag entered St. Ann hospital Monday as a med« leal patient. Sunday guests at Earl Fuoss's for Erwin's confirmation were the Louis Berninghouses, Armstrong, Walter Bierstedts, Lu* Verne, Donald Hansons, John Berninghouses, Jim Berning- houses, and Alma Bast, Algona, the Delbert Harrisons, Roscoc Fuosses, Walter Fuoss and Mrs. Morris McCann family. Mrs. Leroy Elbert and Mrs. W. 0. Elbert spent a few days last week with relatives in Des Moines. JODY CUTLER ^ >,', R A. OPSETH -:.-• R. A: Opseth, Algona, has been promoted to .service foreman for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company at Indianola, replacing- J. L. Cutler, formerly of Algona, who has been named service supervisor for the firm in Ames. A native of Wathena, Kansas, Opseth graduated from high school there, served three years in the. navy before starting with the telephone company as a lineman at Spencer in 1960, He also .worked in plant department assignments in Cherokee before coming to Algona as equipment- the position he man in 1963, now leaves. Opseth will be responsible for supervision of installation and maintenance at the Indianola office, • Opseth has served as Scoutmaster of Troop No, 70,. Opseth and his wife, Jeanne, have three sons, Richard, 4, Ronald, 3, and Roger, 19 months. Cutler, son of the Harry L, Cutlers, will be responsible for supervising installation and maintenance for the Ames office. A native of Algona, Cutler graduated from high school here then a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering at Iowa State University, He started with the telephone company in Pocalumtas in 1959 and after working on assignment in Cherokee and Des Moines, was named service foreman at In^ dianoja, the post he now leaves, Cutler is active in the Lions club and Junior Chamber of Commerce there, Cutler and his wife, Carolyn, have a daugk ter, Tracy, 19 months, Mrs. Cut' ler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. IntermUi of Titonka, InJHred when ears crash in fog Fcnton — Mrs.' John Strueck- er, rural Fenton, was injured Friday morning in a two-car accident three miles east of Ringsted. She was admitted to Holy Family hospital in Estherville with severe lacerations to the chin. More than a dozen stitches were needed to close the cut and she also lost -four lower front teeth and had bruises to the left knee. The -accident happened about 8 a.m. as Mrs. Struecker was driving to Armstrong where she * teaches •* school. There was a heavy-fog and- her xcarstruck the side of a car driven by Frances O'Brien, 52, of Whittemore, who had stopped for a school bus. Mrs. O'Brien was not injured. The accident was investigated by .Harry Hanscn, Armstrong marshal, and Deputy Sheriff Robert Knox.of Estherville. No charges were filed. False alarm fire call Sunday The Fire department was called out Sunday at 8:33 p.m. to a fire reported to be at Les Kenyon's on .North Minnesota Street. All of the city trucks went to the Kenyon home on South Minnesota, where they live, and. received the report that there .was no fire there. So the firemen went to North Minnesota and found no need for their services there. Someone had turned in a false alarm. CIRCE '11-99! Circe is made of Brasilia... the softest, lightest, most flexible upper available. 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