t-Algona (la.) Uppwr But Motna tfinrtdof, §ep». 5, 1957 ST. JOE By Mr» Syl Wagner St. Joe — Funeral services for Peter Hoffman, 61, were held Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Masonville, Iowa, with buria] in St. Mary's Cemetery at Masonville, He is survived by his wife and one son. Charles Hoffman of Algona is a brother, who with his wife attended funeral services. Others attending from here were cousins: Mrs Mary Reding, Alfred Reding, Ralph Reding, Mrs Orville Wagner, Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges, Mrs Wilfred Schneider, Mrs Nicholas Weydert, and Bernard Thilges; Mrs Ed Besch from Whittemore, George Faber from West Bend and Vic Friders from Algona. Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding and family were guests on Sunday in the Francis McLaughlin home at Fonda. Mr and Mrs Erpelding were sponsors on Sunday in Our Lady of Good Council- Catholic Church for Rose Marie McLaughlin, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis McLaughlih. Mrs Erpelding and Mrs McLaughlin are sisters. Mrs M. T. McGuire came home Saturday afternoon. She had been a surgical patient 3 weeks. Mrs Kate Hess from Dubuque is here visiting relatives. Mrs Hess is a sister of John Origer. Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul took their oldest daughter, Donna to Mankato, Minn., Sunday where she will attend the Mankato Commercial College for a six months course. Donna was a 195(5 graduate from St. Joseph's High bchool here. Rev. Leo J. Lenz from Kuemper High School in Carroll was in St. Joseph's on Sunday in regard to the Central Catholic High School in Algona which is scheduled to open in the fall of 1959. Cathy Hilbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert, Kay Ann Friders, daughter of Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders, and Lois Willfong, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet, all entered St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Sioux City on Sept. 4th to begin training. The young ladies are 1957 grfainetas of St. Joseph High SphSol he$8* ' Alice Illg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Illg, begins her beautician course at Fort Dodge this week. Alice is a 1957 graduate of St. Joseph High School. Mr and Mrs Raymond Thilges from here and Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilges from Lone Rock returned home on Friday from a 4500 mile trip through the western and southern states. ' Mr and Mrs Roman Thill and family of St. Benedict were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Wilfred Becker home here. Mr and Mrs Roman Gales and daughter Patricia Joy from Syca-.. more, Illinois, were weekend visitors in the home of Roman's parents Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales and family. Roman is a History and ftiflish teacher in the Sycamore Public School. Other visitors in the Gales home were Mrs Conlon from Sterling. Illinois. and her sisters Jean and Joan Conlon from Evanston, Illinois. Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales entertained on Sunday in honor of their visitors with a dinner. Attending were Mr and Mrs John Cailesius and family, Mr and Mrs Ernest M. Gales and family all from here and Kathy Gales, student nurse from St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital. Fort Dodge. Mrs Delmer Plathe entertained the Farmerette 500 Club in her home on Wednesday evening with Mrs Frank Stattlemann and Mrs Anton Weydert as guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Art Kohlhaas, Mrs John Capesius and Mrs Marvin Reding. Mrs John Capesius entertains the club in September. The Catholic Daughters of in St. Joseph's the Parish Sis- America, Court St. Joseph, sponsored a shower School Hall for ters, on Sunday afternoon, with a nice assortment for their deep freeze, pantry shelves and also for their linen closet. The afternoon was spent playinp cards and a social hour was enjoyed with the Sisters. In cards, pri7.cs were awarded to Mrs John Altman and Mrs Peter C. Reding Mrs Leonard McGuire received the door prize. Committee in charge were Mildred Bormann Mrs Norbert Friders, Mrs Wilfred Kohlhar.s, Mrs Ted Wagner. Mr* Anton Becker and Mrs Will Reding. Honor Dairymen The following three dairymen in Kossuth D.H.I.A., Inc. received honor certificates recently for having a herd averaging over 400 Ibs. of butterfat during 1956. Those receiving awnrHs \vcre Hilbert Bierstedt, Whittemore, with 458.0 Ib. average; t loyd Bode, Algona. with 436.7 Ibs. and Alfred Meyer, Whittemore with 428.3 Ibs. These men have done a fine job and are being recognized by the purebred dairy cattle association and Iowa State College for doing it. Eschatology is the study of "last things" — i.e., death and the end of the world. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT H All The Excitement of "SHANE" •W% V ^V ^•^•'^ V V '"VL '''• ALGONA THURSDAY Thru SATURDAY! A TRIGGER FINGER TIGHTENS »..a gun roars and all hell breaks loose... in the wildest stand-up face, to face gunfight in the history of the West! BURT KIRK C. D. of A. 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