The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1965 · Page 9
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Wes Hardy, Algerian, Wesley A. Hardy, 55, well- known Algonan, succumbed to a heart ailment at St. Ann hospital at 2:30 a, m. Thursday. He had been a patient there since Oct. 18 after suffering a heart attack while visiting his company's kome office In Minneapolis. Funeral services for Mr. Hardy were held at 2 p. m. Saturday In the Presbyterian church here, with Rev. Walter Morz officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Lloyd Pratt, Ivan Pixler, Lowell Roberts, A. D. Crawford, Warren Nelson and Everett Barr. Wesley A. Hardy, son of Wesley A. Hardy, Sr. and Bertha Anderson Hardy, was born at Minneapolis Sept. 12, 1910. He was married to Josephine Besonen Nov. 17, 1934 and the Hardys moved to] Algona in 1938. They have resided here since. Mr. Hardy, an active member of and elder in the Presbyterian church, was a longtime salesman for an electrical supply house located in the Twin Cities. He and his wife both followed sports events closely. Besides his wife, he is survived by his mother; two sons, Robert and Steve, Algona; a daughter, Cynthia (Mrs. Richard Lundquist), Rochester, Minn.; and a granddaughter, Jolene Hardy, Algona. Martin Krapp Services Held At Bancroft Funeral services for Martin P. Krapp were held at 9:30 a. m. Monday at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft with Msgr. Joseph H. Schultes officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Krapp died at his farm home southwest of Bancroft early Friday morning. He had suffered a heart ailment for about four years. He was born July 29, 1896 at Bancroft and educated in St. John's Catholic school. Oct. 23, 1934 he married Margaret Boyer at St. John's Catholic church. The couple has farmed continually in the area since their marriage. His wife and four sons, Richard and Kenneth of Bancroft, Edmund of Humboldt and Pvt, John of Viet Nam survive along with a brother and two sisters, Leo of California, Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton of Bancroft, Mr s.Barb- ara Doyle of Rapid City, S, D . and four grandchildren. Anniversary Open House By Gas Co. Here North Central Public Service Co., local natural and L-P gas distributor, will hold open house as an observance of its llth year, here this Thursday, Nov. 12, during the day and evening. Hans call tor free turkey drawings at noon, 5 and 9 p. m., free mums at various times for ladies, free coffee and doughnuts and registration for a free trip to Yenezuala. Well-Known Heart Victim CARP Martha Doerzman, Blairstown, who is an avid angler, pulled In a 16 1/2 Ib. carp while fish- Ing in the Iowa river. Her catch measured 30 Inches. (la.) Upper DM Maine* , Nov. 9, IMS Public Program Here To Observe Veterans Day Veterans Day here, Thursday, Nov. 11, will have added significance this year. It will be part of "Operation Boost", sponsored nationally by the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, and locally by both posts of that organization. An hour's program has been arranged for Thursday morning by committees from both organizations, of which Bob Riedel is the Legion head and Wayne Goodman the V. F. W. commander. The program: 10 a. m. - Leave Algona high, veterans, student bodies of both Algona high and Garrigan high, faculty and others welcome, to march to the Court House square. 10:15 a. m. - Band numbers. ' 10:20 a. m. - Address by Stewart H. Lund of Webster City, a state officer of the American Legion and former naval lieutenant. He is a lawyer by profession. Invocation and benediction will be offered by Rev. Walter Morz. If the weather is bad, the program will be held in the Garrigan high gym. Schools will be out for the hour's program, and local business firms were planning in most instances to be closed for the hour. "Operation Boost" is a nationwide project sponsored by the veterans' organizations as a counter measure to demonstrations against America's participation in the Vietnamese war. The general public Is invited. Name 27 On LuVerne High Honor Roll The first six-weeks honor roll at LuVerhe high, announced last Friday, included three seniors and one junior on the "A" honor roll. They were Jane Hanselman, Dawn Lindebak and Elaine Schnakenberg, seniors, and Rita Patterson, a junior. The "B" honor roll included the following: 12th Grade - Tom Erpelding, Virginia Meyers, Connie Sanford, Connie Schnetzer, Kathy Shaw, Earl Will, and Norma Heinen (5). llth Grade - Rex Bristow, Delores Eggleston, Rick Hersbergen, Luana Leek (5), Bart Selby, Tom Steil, Daryl Trauger, and Paul Trauger. 10th Grade - Rebecca Daley, Bob Fett, Coleen Johns (5), Doug Nelson (5), and Henry Schnakenberg (5). 9th Grade - Don Bristow, Mary Hanselman, and Connie Hefty. Only marks B or better are considered. An A does not balance a C. The best 4 marks are considered if necessary for students taking five subjects, said Howard H. Smith, high school principal. Cerney, Cook, Archer To Head Lakota Club Men of the Lakota Commercial Club met last weekend and one of the highlights of the evening was the election of officers to serve for the year 1966, They are as follows; President, Ben Cerney; vice president, John Cook; secretary-treasurer, Vincent Archer. The main concern of the evening's subject was the improvement of the town of Lakota. The topics discussed were the tearing down of abandoned and unsightly buildings on main street and throughout the residential district and improvements in general, John Rodeeb from the Iowa Development Commission will attend next month's meeting and be the guest speaker. The topic "What Can Be Done to Help Bring In New Businesses." The next meeting will be Nov. 22 instead of Nov. 15 as previously scheduled. The Legion Auxiliary served the supper. Hold Graveside Rites Here For Arend Infant Graveside rites were held Sunday at 4 p.m. at Calvary cemetery here, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating, for David John Arend, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Arend, Algona. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The baby was born Saturday afternoon at St. Ann hospital and lived for three hours. Besides the parents, several brothers and sisters survive. Window Broken A car driven by Terry Ann Cook, 13, Algona, backed into the east window of the National Food Store here at 11:15 p. m. Sunday, causing $125 damage to the window, trim and air conditioner cabinet. The driver was charged with failing to have a driver's license by police who investigated. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" P.O. Closed On Vets Day, Nov. 11 The Post Office windows will be closed Veterans Day, Thursday, Nov. 11. There will be no City or Rural carrier deliveries. Incoming mail for Post Office Boxes will be distributed as usual and Special Delivery mall will be delivered. Outgoing mall will be dispatched throughout the day. There will be a clerk on duty distributing mail from 4 to 10 a. m. and from 2 to 8 p. m. Gets Broken Leg Mrs. Bertha Batt, 88, St. Benedict, slipped and fell Wednesday night at her home and broke her leg above the knee cap. she was taken to St. Ann hospital and transferred to Iowa City Friday. Her children are Edna Batt, Mrs. J. Simpson, Whittemore and*Bill Batt, Biirt. Is Injured BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergman have received word that their son Larry is hospitalized In Japan after suffering gunshot wounds. Details on just what occurred are not known. He is in the U. S. Navy and was due back in the states the middle of this month. WANTED =:•: = WANTED - Furnished apartment 1 or 2 bedroom-call 295-3535. (84tfn.) ATTBTOON FARMERS GET YOUR FALL PLOW DOWN FERTILIZER NOW I Spreaders available for your use or we will spread it for you. MARKETS Market price* paid on Saturday of this New Corn No. 2 Whit* Oats November Boons _. GRAIN in 1.02 '.7... in .68 out 1.06 out .72 2.37 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOMRTON BRANCH COOP wid .Golden Sun Feed. For top performance CO-OP s, fuel oil, oil* and lubricant* 2954614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIME. WANTED MEN with Farm Background For Steady Work, preferably with some feedlot experience Apply In Person — I Am Usually HERE 8 to 9 A.M. GERALD FRANKL, Irvington Phorw 295*5814

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