Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 19*5 - ALOONA, IOWA Former Wesleyan dies at 46 at San Jose, Calif. Wesley — The Al Wagners received word of the April 15 death of her nephew, Morati Haverly, 46, at a San Jose, Calif, hospital. He had been ill since August with spinal meningitis. He was retired after serving 20 years in the Navy. Moran was the only son of Pete and Daisy Felt Haverly, Garden Grove, Calif., formerly of Wesley. He is survived by his wife Grace, his parents, and a sister, Donna Jean Lewis, Seattle, 'Wash., and many relatives in the Wesley area. Funeral services were held April 19 at San Jose. , | HOME FOR EASTER Carol Root who teaches in Cedar Rapids, and Ronnie Root, who attends Loras college, Dubuque, spent the Easter vacation at home here. Others include Joyce Paulson, Mavis Nygaard, Barbara Leek, Linda Detmering and Marilyn Skow, Cedar Falls; Daniel nd Louisa Skow and Fred Girres, Ames; Vicki Arndorfer, Mt. Mercy college, Cedar Rapids; Lorri Funnemark, Wartburg college, Waverly; Mike Lickteig, Loras college; Mike Weig, Hamilton college, Mason City; Ruth Ann and Jeanne Nelson and Alice Arndorfer, Briar Cliff college, Sioux City. ATTEND REUNION Wesleyans who attended a Simpson family party at the Lloyd Gerber's, Algona, Easter included Mrs. Chloie Simpson, the Stanley, Lou and Richard Simpsons, and Anton Pearsons. Other relatives were Art Larsons, Buffalo Center, Gary Pearsons, Des Moines, Bob Le- werkes, Britt, Kenneth and Danny Donovans, Estherville, Bob Brewings, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Larry Pearson and baby, Titonka, Dick Crails, Algona, Judy Gerber and friend, of Minneapolis. GOOD WILL BAGS There were 100 bags and boxes of used clothing and utensils picked up Saturday by Boy and Cub Scouts and their leaders, Ed Dornbier and Ed Johnson. They used the K & H pickup. They will be given to the Elevator destroyed ONLY SMOKING ruins remained of the Rodman-West Bend Co-op Elevator Saturday morning after fire destroyed the building, including a scale house, storage towers, pickup truck, feed house and box car. The above picture was taken late in the morning. Cause of the blaze is unknown although an electrical storm, earlier in the evening, might have sent a bolt of lightning into the building. Six fire departments answered the call including the Algona and Whittemore trucks. afts. Mr. and Mrt, J**t Du0«N ind Mrs. Matt Murphy were vislled last week by Mrs. William Hughes, Terry and Ann, of D"av- en port. Mr. and Mr». Hugo Jdhrtton had as Easter Sunday guAsls Connie Claussen and Mf, ind Mrs. Gary Rahms, of Des Moihes and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dudding, of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrt, William Funk have purchased the Ted Vcra house on West Kennedy street. Their present home at 303 East Elm street is for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith h«ve purchased the Ted Vera lotion West Kennedy street on the t'or ner south of the Good Sahiari- tan Home. They plan to biiilcl a ranch type home. Mr*, j. D. Burns and her son- in-law Dewey Skilting went;to DCS Moines Tuesday to bring home Mr. Burns who has been under treatment at the Veterans hospital the past several weeks. Mfi. Russell Rent* took her mother Mrs. Fred Wegener to Iowa City Monday for a check' up at the university hospital. Or. and Mrs. John Sehutter had as Easter Sunday guests Mrs. Jerry Sehutter and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munson, of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey had as guests Easter Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hovey, Ted, Bob and Bill of Hampton. Other guests were here during the week, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hovey and Mrs. Rudy Lemkcc, of Kcnosha, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk and Mr. and Mrs. William Na- voichick were visited over Easter by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk of Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Esther Barton spent from Saturday and over night and a part of Easter Sunday at Webb with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. Eldon Edgington, 50, of West Bend, father of Mrs. William Kasmusscn, is a patient at the university hospital having suffered facial injuries In an auto accident a couple of weeks ago. He is making good recovery but it will be a slow process as some bones were broken. . Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau at* tended the funeral services Friday at Leon for Jake Virden, 74, father of Mrs. Lau who has for some time been ailing with a heart condition. They returned Saturday and had spent most of the week at Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rarnus at Lone Rock. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Mount Kinseth were Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gronbach at Livermorc. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan had as guests from Thursday till Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gcclan of DCS Plaincs, 111. who also visited the senior James Geelans at Whittemore. Listen To KLGA Radio FOR DIRECT BROADCASTS FROM THE 1965 ALGONA HOME SHOW FRIDAY —2:30-4 P.M. SATURDAY — 2:30 - 4 P.M. SUNDAY —1:30-3 P.M. Make KLGA Radio Your Constant Companion 1600-ALGONA home. Mrs. Leila Wester and Allen, Des Moines, spent the weekend at home here. They were Easter guests at Al Wagner's. Ardith Eden, Minneapolis, spent the holiday weekend at the parental Ben Eden's. Edgar Meyer, son of the Jake Meyers completed his army training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and returned home April 16. Easter guests at the parental Mrs. Justine's were the Arnold Kollasches, Whittemore, Ray Brckas, Forest City, and Alvin Beckers. Others calling were Don Redings, St. Joe, and Pat Baumanns, Whittemore. Good Will Dodge. Industries at Ft. CONFIRMATION DATE April 25 will be confirmation day in the Methodist church for a class of young people. That afternoon the Methodist Youth Fellowship members plan to attend a rally in Clear Lake from 2:30 until 8 o'clock. TO TOUR EUROPE The Burrell Leases, New York, will leave by jet April 29 for a six weeks tour of Europe. He is a son of Mrs. Veva Lease and employed department. by the justice The George Vitzthums were Easter guests of Mrs. Agnes Ludwig, St. Benedict. Mrs, L. L. Lease and Mrs. Helen Johnson attended the funeral of Mrs. Mable Peterson at the Methodist church at Ti tonka Saturday. The latter is a sister of Mrs. Sadie Denton, tonka, The Vic Loebigs were Easter weekend guests of their daughter, the Larry Cooks, Spencer. Dean Rickes had as Easter guests the Geo. and Richard Rickes and the Mike Vitzthums. Vern Olson began work April 19 as second man at the Far mer's Coop lumber department replacing Bob Hudspeth, who is now salesman for Metropolitan Jns. Co. Dean Ricke is manager of the lumber dept, Olson had been employed at the Hamilton hatchery. The J. T. Meurers had as Eas ter guests the N. J. Me«rers : Plover, Fred Vogels, Churdan, and Don Vogels, Lohrville. The Harry Kaisers, of Sutherland, spent April 16 with her sister, Mrs. Will Martinek. The gdward Johnsons had a Easter guests his mother, Mrs Helen Johnson, her mother : Mrs. Mary Wingert, Mrs. Anna Cink, the Lou Wingerts, Buffalo Center, §nd Father Gerald Wingert, and housekeeper Monica Rombalski, Oyens. The Bob Yohns, Minneapolis spent the Easter weefcad at the parental Mrs. Mae German's The Lou Garmans, were Sunday guests. The Gmiter Biebers, Iowa City, a»4 Mavis Nygaard, Cedjr Falls, spent the Sister weekes* at tb§ parental Luther Nygeard Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan were at West Union a week ago to visit with their son Bob and family. Bob and family came here for Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bickert and daughter Judy spent Easter Sunday at Sioux Falls, S. D. with Mr. Bickert's brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher. Judy is a student at St. Catherine college, St. Paul, Minn, and has spent her vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey have, .been, visited a.,few .days and over Easter by their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs, of Sioux City. Mrs. D. D. Monlux will have as guests who are arriving Friday from Saritoga, Calif., her son and daughter-in-law Dr. and Ars. Robert Monlux. Dr. and Urs. Monlux and his mother will go from here to Ames to visit with Dr. and Mrs. William Itonlux while Dr. Robert attends an A.M.A. meeting in Chicago. If the mother feels able, she will go back to Saritoga with Dr. Robert and wife for a visit of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haas and James Haas went to Seward, Neb. Friday and Saturday attended the funeral services :or Herbert Haas's brother-in- law, Thomas Stephenson, 90. Mr, and Mrs. Alex Dermand had Mr. and Mrs. William Wigert of Thompson as Easter evening dinner guests. Their daughter Kathy Salyer, of Iowa ty was also guest over the weekend. She is employed at the university at Iowa City in the English department. Mr, and Mrs, Elmer Jasperson had as Easter Sunday guests their children Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ostegahl, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ites of Buffalo Center and son Jack who attends the university at Ames, and Mr. and Mrs, Dick Frideres, Mrs. (Catherine McMurray was dismissed Monday from St. Ann hospital where she has been under treatment the past several weeks, Mrs. Clara Pompe is her housekeeper companion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeffer were visited last week Wednesday by Mrs. Esther Steinblock of Bancroft, and Mrs. Roger Steenblock, of Swea City. Mrs. Charles Schaeffer received word Monday of the death of her brother Fred Steinblock, of Lake City. She will attend the services Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and sons spent the Easter weekend at Maquokata with the parents Mr. and Mrs.'Clem Riedinger. They went via Dubuque to see -therhigh~ water area: • • Mr. .and-Mrs. William Dau have returned from the Keys, Fla., where they have spent the winter. Mrs. Bertha Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd and family spent Easter at Britt with Mr. and Mrs. Don Bishey. The women are daughters of Mrs. Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan were visited from Saturday till Monday by Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly and Kathleen, of Sioux Falls, S. D. Kathleen also spent much of her time with her father James Kelly. Other Easter guests of the Dugans were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, of Lone Rock. Brigitta Whittemore's Easter vacation has been extended because of sickness in the family but she will return to Iowa Wesleyan, at Mount Pleasant as soon as possible. Mr. and Mrs. James Modrell spent a week ago Sunday at Glenwood with the parents Mr, and Mrs. Elvin Rohrberg. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, former Algerians now living at Fort Dodge spent Sunday here and called on various relatives and Mends. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Morgan and Edna Kettleson spent Easter at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kettleson. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase went to Cedar Falls Saturday and met their daughter Ann, student at the college there. From there they went to Wash burn and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orion Ott, former Algoo YOU MUST SEE THIS AND "TEST-HEAR" IT AT ZENITH SOLITAIRE IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID with imaging Micro*UthiQ Circuit Developed for your personal comfort from space age knowledge,' the customized case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear and contains the finest features for full or part-time hearing help. Small and light in weight, yet amazing in perform^ ance. No cords, tubing or separate earmold, yet Micro-Uthic Circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional components. 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