The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 10
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0*.) tot §, Former Tifonka Pastor's Son Buried Aug. I Titonks «•. Funeral services for William Otto Schoenlien of Detroit, Mich., were held at Grimes, Iowa, Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Lutheran church there. Ho was the son of Rev. and Mrs H. W. Schoonhon. a pastor of the Good Hope Lutheran church in fiionSrt from 1924 to 1937. Mr Schoenlion was a Bacteriologist at Detroit and at the time of his illness was vacationing at his cotUific' in North Michigan, He become ill on Tuesday and passed away early Friday morning. He \vfi? born'March 25, 1903. and in 1926 was married in Titonka to Myrtle Westeaberg of Villisca. To this union were born three children. H. W. Jr., Gwen and Mary. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1924 at Iowa State College and his Master's nnd Doctor's degree in 1925. He is survived by his wife, Myrtlv. and his three children. He was preceded in death by his parent? and two sisters, Alma 's,'svs/rw^/'//r/s/^ss^^ We'll See You At The Fair Step at Our Booth In The Flora! Hall and Get Complete Details On The Two Finest Permanent Steel and Aluminum Doors and Windows On The Market — Rusco & Nelson And We've Got A Style That Will Fit Any Budget, Too. Donovan Cabinet Shop 904 S. Phillips Phone CY 4-3166 ADD THE TOUCH OF COOL COMFORT W8TH. SUMMER COMFORT IN THE KITCHEN Now you can enjoy your favorite hot meals in summer, too — better for good health. Let our exports install room coolers in your home. Call us today. Phone CY 4-4240 ALGOftA PLUMBING & HEATING Phone CY 4-3535 -Your Newspaper and Cotrine. ..Alfred Ba*llr*s hat tinted th* former Titonkt Cafe building &nd began August 1 to repair old furniture asnd refinish jobs. Me was formerly in the John Isebrand building that burned down. Mr and Mrs Herbert Rakow nnd girls accompanied Mr and Mrs George Alke and Janice to Albert Lea, Sunday, where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Nothwehr, former Titonka residents. Mrs Arthur Hench and Mrs Paul Wickimer and daughter Pat and Judy Schulj« of Mason Cily drove to Okoboji Wednesday and visited their sons who were attending Boys Camp there. Mr and Mrs John Boehm left Wednesday after spending a two weeks vacation at the home*of Mr and Mrs Frank Fisher and other relatives in Titonka. Mr and Mrs John Boehm left Wednesday after spending a two weeks vacation at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank . Fisher and other relatives in Titonka. Sever Pannkuk celebrated his 85th birthday Sunday by having his children al a picnic dinner in his honor. Although his birthday is Wednesday, August 7 he celebrated Sunday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Rollie Pannkuk and Jim of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand, Mr and Mrs Richard Isebrand, Michael and Patty, and Mr and Mrs Maurice Isebrand and family., Rev. and Mrs Kenneth Cordes and Joy Ann of Gardner, N.Y. Rev. and Mrs Ralph Cordes, Ron nie and Donnie of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Rev. and Mrs Esterd Stnidt and family of Dumont were all home over the weekend visiting Mrs Reka Cordes, their mother. Rev. and Mrs Alton Swandt, Nathan and Roxanne of Mineola i left Saturday after a weeks va- j cation at the home of Mrs Anna I Alke and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Donald Tapper of Buffalo Center are the parents of a.baby girl born AUK. 31 at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Mr and Mrs Alvfn Moore and Mrs Harold Smith of Alyona and Mrs Alice Biersford of Kanawha were Indian day visitors at the home of Mrs Edna Richter. Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell and Becky are vacationing in Colorado. Mr and Mrs Thomas Loats and Kenneth drove to George, Iowa, to attend church services at the Presbyterian church there to hear Tom's brother Rev. T. J. Loats address the church services. ,Mr& Vern Trickel and son Thomas of Mankato left for hoi" home after a weeks vacation at her parents home, Mr and Mrs Glaus Krull. Corrine Zweifel re- t\irned home with her. Mr and Mrs Spnus Isebrand arrived home Tuesday evening after a 10 day trip to Wisconsin where they met their son Merlin and family and then on to Park Rapids, Minnesota, to visit their daughter and family Mr and Mrs Eldon Gross. Rev. and Mrs B. H. Schwerin and sons have spent the past two weeks vacationing in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs John Beye and son Sherman of Woden spent Indian day at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Isebrand. Mr and Mrs Carl Ludwig and family have moved into the Frank Hagen home which they recently purchased. Mrs Dorothy Loats and Kathy and Craig of Spencer spent from Monday till Thursday visiting at the homes of Mr and Mrs George Peterson and Mr and Mrs Tom L9ats, and other relatives and friends here. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer of Corwith spent Indian Day visiting Mrs Anna Ubben and Mrs Anna Swyter homes. Dr, and Mrs G. J. Sartor and daughter Julie and son Bobby of Mason City were Indian Day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family. Rodney Hench, Keith Hamilton and Donald Wickwire of Titonka accompanied the Boy Scouts from Burt and left Sunday afternoon for Boy .Scout Camp at Okoboji. Richard Hench has been Counseler there at the camp for THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDA! James Cagney "TRIBUTE TO rrcTra'l A BAD MAN" fcsiB*L the east mohttt aft<S wltl fee tffiffl the latter part of August. Mrs Anna Alke accompanied Mr and Mrs George Alke to Clarion Wednesday wh^re they attended the reunion of the "Ai sinks". Mr and Mrs Cris Brandt *hd Mr and Mrs Harry Bartelt attended the funeral of Wm. Scho- eniion at Grimes Thursday afternoon. Frankie. Folkerts, son of Mr and Mrs Eno Folkerts. returned to camp at Ft. Chaffee, Ark., Thursday after a 12 day leave from the armed services. Mr and Mrs Julius Tesch and Herman Smesrud of Mason City arrived Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and help Carol Ann celebrate her 14th birthday. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga ot Rockfard, 111., arrived Saturday to spend a weeks vacation at the homes of Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga. Mrs Donna Dunnivan and fam« ily left Sunday for their home hi Rockford, 111., after two weeks vacation in Titonka. Mr Dunnivan arrived Friday to take them home. and Sharon Wed/nan the farthest from Fairmont, she was from Dryden, Washington. Reunions Are Order Of Day At Whitfemore Whittemote — The annual Schultx reunion was held Sun* day at the John Dorweiler re-creation park northwest of West Bend. Present were Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter, Debra and Mr and Mrs Russell Harru, and children of here, Mr and Mrs James Bargmann and Mr and Mrs Victor Bargn\ann of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Erwin Bargmann and family of • Estherville. Mr and Mrs Scott DeSart and family of Fenton. Mrs Hennirita Thompson and daughter of Swea City, Mr and Mrs William Bergmann of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Loran Long- holz of Clarion, Mr and Mrs Joe Stenberg, Elmore, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoeft of Garner. The officers elected for the reunion which will be held on the first Sunday in August 1358 are: William Bargmann, President; Mrs Ruth Schultz, secretary; Mrs Charles Schultz, treasurer; Kitchen committee, Mrs Erwin Bargmann, and Hennerita Thompson. Kollasch Reunion The sixteenth annual Peter Kollasch reunion was held Sunday at New Hampton, with Mr and Mrs Frank Rochford as hostess. Those who attended from here were Mr and Mrs P. W. Kollasch, Mr and Mrs John Marte, Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch and son Tommy, Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch, Jack . Kollasch, William Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Farrell, Mr and Mrs Charles G. Kollasch and family, Mr & Mrs Andrew S. Elbert and family, Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch and family, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hyink and daughter Roselee and son John, Mr and Mrs Francis Kollasch and family, Mr and Mrs Norman Lane and family, and Mr and Mrs James Kollasch anc-. family all from Whittemore. Relatives with their families from various parts, of the state also were present. Baas Reunion The tenth annual Baas reunion was held at the Sylvania Park in Fairmont last week Sunday. Thirty six families with 133 members were present. Mrs William Wehrspann of Ottosen 'was presented with, a corsage being the oldest membe^ present, Karen Rosburg a gift for the youngest Drive-In Theatre SUNDAY and MQNDAY From th« b»*f-*0Ulrig novel of young love In war... comes the story ol tfp» foui"up9 who became th* HEU-FICHTERS OF THE PACIFIC! THE WHOU ROCK and ROIL STORY! Reunion The annual Heidenwith reunion was held Sunday at thft home at Mr and Mrs Erwin Heidenwith at Swea City, Present Were Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny nnd daughter Kay Frances, and Ralph Sebers of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Fred C. Wegener, Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz and family and Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Waller Thompson and son Charles and Howard, Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and children and Mr iand Mrs Marvin Kueck and daughter Karon of Lone Rock. , Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey and Mr and M«s Harold Sankey and Son Steve and daughter Linda of Britt, Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and daughter Cynthia and Mr and Mrs Everett Mittag of Des Moincs, Mr and Mrs Darrell Loge hnd daughter of Blue Earth, Minn.. Mr and Mrs Darvin Deim and son of Fulda, Minn., Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and son Gary and daughter Helen Lynette of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Donald Miller and family of Lu- Verne, und Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Seneca and Mrs Russell Thompson and children of Buit. Elbert Reunion The annual reunion of the Elbert clan was held Sunday in the Pr*sentat!on Academy hall. There were over 180 present. Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs »Lena Krebsbach were Mr and Mrs Robert Nehott of Minneapolis, t>afiny and Marybeth Withcomb of Morris, Minn., and Mrs J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah and Madonna of Lftdyafd. Mr end Mrs Alfred Meyer and sons Gayle and Roger of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and son David and daughters, Philles and Joleen and Mr and Mrs Richard Preston and family of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanette and son Everett of Lotts Creek were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mr and Mrs Martin Eckert and children Patty, Chris, Jo, Charles and Jere of Albuquerque, N. M. Visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien on Thursday. Mrs Eckert is a cousin oi Mrs O'Brien. Mr and Mrs Bernard Hurley and James, Ria and Mike of Milwaukee, Wis. visited on Monday and Tuesday of last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien. -Mr Hurley is a brother of Mrs O'Brien. Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien were Mr and Mrs Clem Bisenius and sons Robert and James, Mrs James Bisenius of here, Mrs James Connors and daughters Mary and Betty of Washington, D. C. and Maureen Kavanaugh of Lohrville. Mr and Mrs Philip Fink and SPECIAL LATE SHOW SATURDAY Come Out Anytime. No Extra Charge For The Last Show I ! SATURDAY-11:45 P.M. LEIGH SNOWDEN . GREGG PALMER • MAURICE MANSON daughter Reta of ftorfolk, Neb. were Tuesday and Wednesday of last week visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Forrest Ollmbre In Whittemere. MrS Fink is a sister of Mr Gilmore. Visitors at the hotfiS of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Friday were Mrs Emil Bierstedt of f'enton, Mrs Willifcm Meyer Sr., Mrs William lloeber and Mrs Uorft Faulstich. Saturday visitors with Mrs Meyer were Mrs Arthur Heldehwith, Mrs Harold ftuecker, Mrs Forrest Gilmore, Mrs Dofa Faulstich and Mrs Herman Voigt and daughter Rosella. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mr and Mrs Edwafd Grimes and children left for Glettwood, Minn., Saturday evening where they will visit at the patent*! home of Mr and Mrs Grimes, Mr and Mrs O. W. Grimes, Mf Ed- Ward Grimes is enjoying a week's vacation from the Whittemore Implement Company Where he is employed, Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and children left last week Sunday on a tour through Colorado, Kansas nnd Nebraska. While in Colorado they visited the Park and the Colorado Spring* and many other points of interest. They returned home Saturday night. BEES Six pounds of betl were rescued from a hedge in Laurens last week, by Mrs Elmer Muller. The bees refused to enter a hive, so Mrs Muller corraled them from their temporary roost on the hedge. Therp were 18,000 bees in the swarm. PASS R. A. Hayes of Monticello has received a silvel pass from the Milwaukee Road f for 45 years of service. It's good for lifetime travel on the Road's trains. HAND SET The weekly Deep River Record entered into a new era recently. For the first time in its 58 years, it has switched from "hand set to "machine set" type. Edward VIII abdicated the British throne Dec. 11, 1936. END tHURS, - SPENCER TRACY in "DESK SET" FRIDAY & SATURDAY TECHNICOLOR® ClNEMAScop£ Sunday & Monday #_!!•' i/07/7 FONTINE The place is the West Indies * v the sun hide* many things! CPU.OR by OB LUX« CINEMASCOPE tw^xitoTwomftN ^^^ti^^™^^^jj^^*l^fc i, 1 ,. E .V '^ NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION

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