The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1959
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.;*?; ** • '?T>*™ w • m fr-Algena (Io.) Upptr B« Mft!nft» ThurtdttY, April 23, t $5$ Fight Algona Farm Fire Algona's firemen were called to the Jim Camp farm three miles north and 3 l ,a milos west of Alrfonn at 4:25 p.m. yesterday (Wednesday) to battle a< blaze thnt completely destroyed a huge cob pile and all undergrowth lor several hundred feet in an adjoining ditch and field. I , A corn crib, shown standing very close to the burning cobs in the above photo, was saved us firemen played sireaims of water upon it from the side nearest the fire. " • The blaze Was discovered by Mrs Camp and evidently got its start from a smouldering trash pile nearby. Trash had (been burned there Saturday, but was thought burned out until it flared up late Wednesday, , The Camps completed shelling corn from the crib,.only a ,da; or so before the fire, so the building was empty at the time the fire. (l)DM Polaroid Photo-Engraving). Around Algona C. V. Fowler, of Fowler's, Al; gona, left Wednesday evening for New York City on a two week" buying trip in that city and the metropolitan area. Mr Fowler will ; be staying at the Hotel New Yorker during his New York visit. If - : I: 'Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Friday evening at the home of Mrs Tom Sampson. Guests were prospective members from the other sorority chapters, Mrs Eugene Zender, Mrs Don Sherman, Mrs Lee Schenck, , Mrs Harley Haas, and Mrs Jerry 1 Haas. Officers' for the coming year were elected as follows: Mrs Clayton Pittman, president; Mrs - Gordon Schmidt, vice-president - Mrs Roger Will,. Welcome, Minn. secretary , and. Mrs Pat Bradley Burt, treasurer. Margaret and Carrie Durani and their brother, William have' - returned from a six weeks vacation at-Tucson, Arizona.! While .there they saw'former Algonans, ' toe Jim Murtaghs, Merle Griggs, ' Dr. L. L. Fox, Emelda Wemerson and ^the Rev. and Mrs Ge,pi;ge Vance.- Rev. Vance'is new pastor of a church in the north part of the city and sends greetings to his friends here. George Williams, Phoenix, accompanied the , Durants as far as Chicago on the' return trip. Wm. H. Poppe Rites Monday At Ledyard Ledyard — William M. pbppe, 56, died early last Thursday at Ledyard. Cause of de,alh was termed heart failure.»,He had been in ill health the past four years. He was born May 9, 1902, in Springfield township, - Kossuth county, son of William and Marie Ponpe. , j Dec. 20., ljD&2, he btiarrieS "Rei gina G. Gelhaus .dt Atgonti. They farmed here then moved into town where he wasjff fqed,-sales- man until ill health forced him to retire 1 three years'ago. "*' ' Survivors besides his widow include, fouf children) "Kenneth OTd Dalton'of'Blue Earth, Mrs' Jam'es Mauri' (Murrien) of Tavares, Fla*, and Dennis of Ledyardj Also sur.- Viving are a brother Adolph and 'sister, Mrs Lou Nitz (Amanda) in Lakota and a sister, Mrs Hemy Blomc (Jennie), of Elmorc. Th'6re are three grandchildren. '" -, Services were held Monday at St. Paul's* Lujjhfiran • church in Lakota wftFh Rev| |Meineke ?' officiating. Burial was at Ledyard. Pallbearers were Howard Dyer, J. J, McDonald, Ed Reece, Frank Rotterman, Herman Brandt-; a'hfl Charles Hilferty. Burt Lions Hear Talk Oft travel Burt — Burt Lions v/erfc treated to a series of Travel Talks at the tneeting Monday evening in the Legion Hall. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle told of visits to many former Kossuth County people now living in Arizona. Ray McWhorter gave a resume of his trip to the Rio Grande Valley and into Mexico. Wayne Keith reported 'hi* trip to Boston and New York, sponsored by Swift and Company. The name of Donald Patterson w«s drawn as delegate, and Kenneth Cook 'as alternate, to represent the Burt Lions Club at the State Convention in Mason City. Fines, Damages In Auto Mishaps Twd drivers, Michael L. Vitz- Ilium, 26, Wesley, and Fred Duerr, 17, Algona, paid fines as a result of charges filed following auto accidents, here .during the weekend. VUzthum paid $10 an'd costs in Mayor C, C. Shierk's court ,for failing to have his car under control after ;his auto brushed a power pole and ricocheted head- on into a trCe in front of tlifi Vaughn Rising residence on North Joqes, street St 8:80 p.m. -Friday. Damage to ufe Rlsirtg 1 'lawn was estimated at $20, "while damage to ,the vehicle, was $800, according to Policeman Joe McBride who investigated. . Duerr , paid , $5 and . costs, . also for failing to have control of his auto in mayor's court after the vehicle he was driving' hit the rear of a parked pickup owned by Daniel J. Fisher, Algona, on West State s t treet at 12:05 p.m. Friday. Police Chief Al Boekel- marf estimate'd damages of $100 to the Duerr auto and $25 to the Fisher vehicle. Panel Buck's driven *by Eddie Pratt,' 16, and Gordon G. Ireland, 25,, £pth of, Algona, collided at 9:20 i fern: J Saturday,! ion State street. The Ireland .vehicle was backing out from the curb at the tihie of 'the mishap. Pratt was traveling west at the time.. Poli§qnnan Eppo Bulten, estimated Back from Trip To Washington , $125, toj-ar^dam^ge to- the panels. There were no personal injuries reported 'following any of the n;iishaps. Claude To Head Industrial Corp. n^ Clauja'ef manager of the Elfreda Clark Mrs Randall Clark has returned from Washington, D.C. where she Went as a delegate from the Iowa Farm Bureau Women as a part of the continuing study of the organization's legislative activities. Mrs Clark, vice Chairman of Kossuth County. Farm Bu : . reau Women, was one of a group visiting the national capttol and counseling with Congressmen and Senators. , The delegation arrived 'in Washington on April 7 and early the next morning attended a briefing breakfast to bring them up to date on current happenings in Washington.' After a quick tour of the capitol they .attended committee hearings. Grade Bands To Play April 29 A concert by the fourth grade aand, fifth and sixth grade band and junior high band will be presented in the Algona high school auditorium next Wednesday night, April 29, at 8 p.m. Georga Anne Voigt is director of the fqurth graders ana. Russ Guster directs the other two bands.' The fourth grade outfit will present four numbers, including a medley of three tunes, the fifth and sixth grade band is slated to present eight tunes and the junior: high group will play nine numbers. The fifth and sixth' grade drum trio, Pam Hockins, Lois Hunt and Gayle Phillips, and the junior high trombone trio, Douglas Davidson, David Reid and Richard Hutchins, will be featured. Northwestern Bell Telephone office here, was elected president of thp|Algona Industrial Development 'Corporation Monday. He ;succeeds\-BMl Finn. 'Ladies of the Newcomers Club entertained their husbands Tues,day evening, April 7 at the Johnson House. Bridge and 500 were plsryed. Hostesses were Mrs Robert Barnes, Mrs William Larson, Mrs Harry Blurne and Mrs Ch ai- mer Read. :Mr and Mrs Gail Towne havo returned irom a fishing trip to the Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. Among other Algonans vacationing in the area were Mr and Mrs " Joel Herbst at Mountain Home, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Shumway, David Shumway, Dr. and Mrs A. L. Amunson, Horace Clappsaddle, Maurice Bartholomew and Mr and Mrs Allen Buchanan and Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins. Burt Teacher Is Science Winner Dale White, coach at Burt high school, has been selected to participate in a six-week science institute at Drake University, Des Moines, from, June 8 through July 17 this year. The institute will be financed by a grant to Drake from the National Science Foundation, and is for teachers of. general science, physics, chem, istry and biology. , The institute is aimed at a - study of current developments in the various sciences and to deve- ' lop. a greater interest in them. White will earn six semester hours of graduate college credit , after successful 'completion of , the course. New Baby Name.dL. ,. . Mr and Mrs Nick Dangelser iave named their new daughter, Sonja Rene. She was born April 18 at St. Ann'hospital. In its most basic form, group rnedicine is where 25 kind .relatives and thoughtful friends pitch n with a cure apiece for the cold in your head.—Wayfarer. • Radiator Cap Pops . , Whiitemore — Norman 'Schultz, employed by Leroy Elbert, received severe burns on his face and arms when a radiator cap popped off of a truck secretary. Kent and Steele were reelected to their offics. Wc§ - Bartlett, Bill Finn • and Pat Montag were new directors named by the group. Others are John Claude, Harry Greenberg, i Burt Harmes, John, Dreesman,' Fred Kent, Sr., and M. C.'Metcalf. The directors were named April 15. • „ - There are also 10 vice presidents of the corporation." They are Roy Bjustrom, Russ Waller, C. C. Shierk, Roy Hutzell, Duane Dewel, Jack Limbaugh, Jim Palmer, Russ Buchanan, Al Buchanan and Leo> Immerfall. All •were selected due to their efforts Open House, Concert - ^Classrooms, kinderg ai't en through sixth grade, at Bryant "school will hold open house Frid^y evening, April 24, at 8 p.m. //Exhibits will be oh display in .V the ' rooms. All -parents and *;. friends of students enrolled at the . >chool are invited to attend. The ';f fourth, fifth"' and sixth grade •,'choruses, under.the direction of ,,'lWys LiUiace-'^qf^jt, will present ' "ja fpring concert in the auditorium -; aJKpryant toe, same nght. 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