Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 3
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KOSStiTH COUNT*ADWANCK, ALOOKA, 10WJ PAGE ects 900 Contestants for Sub-District A CAPELLA CHOIR TO GIVE CONCERT AT LONE ROCK ' '-''• '•''• Musk Tilt DEATH OF WALLACE HONDERTMARK, 44, SHOCK AT OTTOSEN nd Mrs. Donald Struthers, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Hurt; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Struthers, Ring- led; Mr. and Mre. Vern Struthers, Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Fredericks, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmes, Frank White, all of Livermore; Fred Fleming, Humboldt. ?' Dieting. The proe i<am . ! e he Our Musical Heritage, f;To° call numbers wil I alter ru" ...i-ai selection; l» taVOr Mr 9 She, Music a, Ruth Hodgaon; ion, and Ten^ reviewed by A, H. Mother l»w— "'"^r 6 Ackerman'S'snd i grandmother, 90, [critically Bick.__ rkncert Is Plnnned— • • .. " to school Music Un on • free concert In the this week Friday to be played in T HIS GROUP IS FROM THE University of Dubuque and will be at the Lone Rock school auditorium at 8 o'clock next Monday night for a program under auspices of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. The chojr is en tour for 17 days and will give a WHO broadcast Saturday, April 1, at one p. m. There are 63 voices and the choir sings . from' memory 'and without accompaniment. Czechoslovakia, _ __ Girl Critically Sick- _ hv Sanderson, who was taken n City hospital last week , was thence taken tothe ty hi»P ital at Iowa Her . . . Switzerland, and Porto Rico are represented by one voice each. The Lone Rockers agreed ,to provide sleeping accommodations for night, which, in view of the number In ihe choir, is expected to be no small problem. tution. , The'. University of Dubuque is a Presbyterian the nsti- Is Condition Is critical. -Mrs. B. C. Sanderson I her. ,_ ' '. t Bgnqnet for Farmers—" week Thursday evening .the anily club will give Its third tor banquet for farmers. The it will take place in the high. I gymnasium, and the Legion fillary will serve^ ions Yislt in Texas— and Mrs. Geo. W. Patterson ["Thursday for Baytown, Tex, Isit their son Donald. Mrs. ,.ude, Lake Mills, is mean> at the Patterson home. s from the Ceast— . Ada Mann got home Thurs- Van Nuys, Calif., where j had spent the winter at her [Frank's. lj.hr the Nelteels— Jr. and Mrs, Durwood Neitzel fparente of a son, Edward Eui,born last week Monday. Other Burt News. Jerwyn Holding, Spencer, vlslt- |bla parents, Mr. and Mra. J. N. , Thursday and looked af- | business affairs here. . W, J. Lockwood went to kwlck Thursday evening to I care for her mother, who is tally sick. . (r. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck .e to Rochester Wednesday, and i, Schenck went through the •D Clinic. .-, '.'";. ) Golden Rule Sunday school _.). met Wednesday at Mm. W. | Carney's, Mrs. C. H. Schrader . Sarah Stahl and Mrs. Loui Tbompon are among flu pa- . E, E. Paine spent last week , iy at her daughter Mrs. Ches- f.Slll'i, Algona. Anderson, Marion Hoppe, I Leona Bahe spent the week| at.Des Moines, • " obers of the J. P. and Men? 'Trankhlll families were sick MANY WESLEYANS ATTEND SERVICES FOR PHILIP AMAN •Wesley, Mar. 20 — Many from here attended the funeral of Philip Aman -Friday morning at 10, o'clock at the. Catholic church at St. Benedict. MC. Aman died at the wheel of his automobile about 5:30 p. m. last week Tuesday. His car and a truck driven by Arthur Askin, of Titonk'a, collided on highway 18, two miles east of Algona. His left - —= -,-- • arm and hand were badly mangled. Dam, Wis.; and three sisters, Mrs. Kate Kennedy, Wesley; Mrs. Fran- pery roads caused by misty, foggy weather was thought to be the cause of the accident. 'Mr. Aman had no children and his wife Is dead. He had been making his home at Sexton, with occasional visits to other relatives in this vicinity. The last six weeks he had stayed with his sister, Mrs. Kate .Kennedy, who had been ill. Mr. Aman was born in Wisconsin and had farmed for many years in Kossuth county .until his retirement. Only 20 minu*es before he met his death he talked with Sheriff Loss. He is survived by three brothers, Frank, of Mt Angel, Ore.; Jos- enh, Algona; and Edward, Beaver BANCROFT The Jos. Segars, of Livermore, spent last we«k Sunday at Mrs. Whea Harold Miller, truck owner who was with Askin, reached Aman's car, which had not tipped over but had slid from the pavement, the retired Kossuth farmer was dead. Poor visibility and slip- last week with the flu. Albert Manus, Milwaukee, came last week Monday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Dr. and Mrs. B. K Bahnson took cis Mayer, St. Benedict; Mrs. Charles Gilbride, Algona; Mrs. Delia Karl, of Beaver Dam; Mrs. Anna Mayer, St. Cloud, Minn.; and Mrs. Louise Newman, Grand Rapids, Mich. * Youth Pneumonia Victim. Wesley, Mar. 20— Calvin Higdon 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higdon, farmers living southeast of Mary Segar's, and the Mrs. tiome. Supt. G. D. Hart's, Elizabeth Williams City, attend races at Hot Springs, Ark., and visit Texas friends. Margaret, Mary Elaine, and Emmet Devine, Allan Hanlon Ottosen, Mar. 20—The death of Wallace Hundertmark Saturday, March 11, was unexpected, though he had been in* poor health for some time. Early last November he had a Rochester examination, and it was not thought then that he was in immediate danger. Funeral services were held last •week Tuesday at the Community church, with the Rev. R. A Brough, of Dows, in charge. Music was furnished by Mrs. Clifford Landers, Mrs. Harold Jacobson Mrs. Herman Kramer, and Lola Watnem, with Mrs. Merle Holt as accompanist. Pallbearers were Omer and Al bert Thorsen, Emil Welter, Ear Long, Ivan Schneider, and Roy Telford. Mr. Hundertmark, who was son of Henry and Alice Hundert mark, was born here February 24 1895, and had lived here all his 4 years. On January 1, 1927, he was married to Dorothy Struthers, who with three children, Phyllis, Mar jorie, and Eldon, survives. Als surviving are his mother, Mrs. Alice Hundertmark, two brothers Frank, Livermore, and Herman Edward, West Bend, and .two, sisters, Mrs.' John Stern Jr., Bode, and Mrs.' Ollie Davis, Humboldt. Relatives and friends from a distance who attended the funeral were: 'Mrs. August Hundertmark, son Fred, and Mr. and Mrs. George COPY — W« a library of classified co&y oft practically all lines of merchandise or service. Special copy prepared In campaign form, without extra charge. Tell us what y wan.t We'll have It prepared. Advance Pub. Co. Hutch* State two patients to Rochester Thurs-1 town, died Wednesday at the day to go through the Mayo clinic. Mercy hospital in Mason City. . Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel had her ton- Pneumonia following a siege of the alls removed last week Tuesday. Regina Berens attended the girls' state basketball tournament at Des Moines. The Al Menkes, Fairmont, spent last week Monday w,lth Al'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Menke. Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz, had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday. Dr. T. J. Egan here was the surgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williamson are parents of a daughter, born last week Tuesday morning. There are now two boys and a girl In the family. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke, Mrs. A. W. Kennedy, Mrs. Jos. Fox, and Clara Nemmers were business visitors at Esthetville last week Tueday. They called at Lawrence Mousel's. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Quinn, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz, Titonka, left last week Tuesday morning for a two weeks business *-..euu.uu» t u»« w -. 6 - .»«,- and pleasure trip to Texas. They flu was the cause of his death. 'were to .visit friends at Kansas inson came home from thq college at Ames for the spring vacation. In a semi-final declamatory contest in this section at the St. John's auditorium contestants from St. John's and from trje parochial school at Ayrshire and Pocahontas took . part, and winners 's ; Je- . were Irma Miller, St. John' anne M. Walsh, Varina; and Rosemary Lahiff, Clare. 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