The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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George Faber Of West Bend Weds July 22 t G „ West Bend, in a ceremony Wednesday morning, July 2 ?' I* ^ MaHin's Cathoifc church ;at Odetooldt, 'Father Charles Ernst officiated fi,t the ceremony. Attending the *W£ >W8'M* and Mr* Bauer, . .After a wedding trip to the states the couple will be at home on a farm east of West Bend. .. ,A wedding dance for all friends and relatives will be held at the . Plantation ballroom at Whltte- ' more upon the couple's return frbtn their honeymoon. • Mrs Southgate Funeral Riles Here Tomorrow Algeria Man's Mother Dies In Denmark Mrs Margaret Dafiielson, ?3, mother of Arnold Danielson, Al» gotta farmer, succurhibed to a heart attack at Vig, Denmark Tuesday, July 21. Thi*e other sons, and a daughter^ including two sons and a daughter in Den* mark, alsA survive. iMrs Danielson and her family lived at Cedar Falls for eight years prior to 1D22. At that time, Mr and Mrs Danielson and all but two of their children returned to Denmark. She visited the Arnold Danielsons here seven years ago. Funeral services for Mrs Josephine Southgate, 86, former Algona resident, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in the Congregation- pi church with Rev. James E. Boyd officiating. Burial will ba iri the family plot at Britt where Mrs Southgate's husband served as pastor until has death. Mc,, Cujlough's Funeral Chapel is in \ charge of arrangements. v \ Mrs Southgate died Saturday at Lbng Beach, Calif, where she had made her home for the past several years. She formerly lived with a daughter, Mrs Olive Herbst, here'. Mrs'Southgate's husband, Rev. Benjamin Southgate, served as pastor of the Congregational church here many years ago. Mrs Southgate was always active in, church affairs and had a pleasing . personality that endeared her to many' local residents. Besides Mrs Herbst here, Mrs Southgate is survived by two other daughters, Priscilla (Mrs ' Nicolas Furjanick), Long Beach; and Dorothy (Mrs Don. Thorp), Seattle, Wash.; two sons, Dr. Paul Southgate, Long Beach; and Robert Southgate, Ypsilanti, Mich.; 11 grandchildren, include Jng Ted and Ben Herbst, Algona; and, 13 great-grandchildren. '•'.Mrs South'gate's body arrived Lad Burned In Flash Fire Late Monday Terry Elmore, 2-year old, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Elmore, suffered first and second degree burns on, the right foot in a fire at the Elmore home at 500 Wes>l Call street Monday at 4:45 p.m. The fire; believed to have been; caused by faulty wiring, started under a stairway at the top oi the basement landing. The boy; was playing in the area, became excited and jumped under tho stairs where the flames were burning. Mrs Elmore had been washing in the basement. She rushed to the top of the stairs, pulled the child to safety and rushed the boy to a doctor's office where he was treated and released. The Algona Fire D'epartment extinguished the blaze. The fire caused considerable smoke damage. Flooring and walls •also damaged. . were ;here this morning .from California. (Thursday) New Manager IsName.dFor Lakota Yard Lakota — Ronald Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs L. A. Meyer, has been named the'new manager at the Thompson Yards Lumber Company. Vernon Dornsbach, manager since 1952 resigned several weeks ago. Ronald was born and grew up in the Lakota area. He began work for the Thompson Yard in February, 1950, and worked there for some time before he entered the armed forces. He resumed his work there after his discharge. His wife is the former Marion Pingle of Ledyard. He will be assjste/i'.' in the .yard,Jpy Keith 'Hertzke, son of Mr and Mrs Ray- m'bri'd Hertzke. Bancroft Takes Districts Legion Title 'Bancroft's Junior Legion baseball nine captured the eightih district title with a 6-2 win over Fonda at Bancroft Saturday night. The win moved Bancroft into a play-off with the Baldwin-Patterson Legion team from Des Moines, fifth district champs', for the right to enter the state meet :' Bancroft will host the Don Moines team in Bancroft's Memorial Park tomorrow night (Pri* •day) at 8 "p-ni. The winner will 'be one of the fqur finalists to appear'in the state meet, also at Bancroft, Aug. 9-10. Bancroft has a 14-1 m'ark nnd (Baldwin * Patterson, which is made. Up of East High; D'o| iMoines, baseball players, has a 15-3 record. The Bancroft-Fonda game was a dandy. The teams were scoreless, after 5^ innings when Ban* croft came to bat in the last of the sixth. John Hand reached first on an error, stole second and scored the first run on'De- Wayne H'atten's single. A walk to Kurt Johnson and a single by Don Bormann sent Hatten home with the second counter. Bancroft sewed up the decision in the home half of the seventh. Two walks and base hits by Craig Zimmerman, Hand an** Doug Glashapp sent in the runs. Fonda got its pair qf counters in the top of the ninth. 'Ron Slroup, ace hurler for Corwith - Wesley high school, went all the wsty on the hiM for Bancroft and hurled a five hit•ter. Bancroft also got five hits an the game. Each team committed an error. Set Plans For Annual Flight Breakfast Here Rites Held At Bancroft For Ex-Resident Grnvosido rites wore held Sat* urdny morning for Mrs Sadie Baker Whnlen. 84, who died in a Mason Citv rest home last week, She had been in failing,health for several years. She lived ift Bancroft after her marriage to Joseph Whalen. Charles Baker 6f Bancroft is her brother. Five children are survivors. Two children nnd her husband preceded her in death. Funeral services were conduct* ed at the Holy Family Catholic church in Mason City. Burial WHS in St. John's cemetery, Bancroft* Ex Contractor At Bancroft Buried Tuesday Funeral services were held 3n St. John's Catholic church at -Bancroft at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday for Leo D. Delperdang, 72, formed Bancroft resident. Mr Delperdnng died Saturday in the Estherville hospital of an asthmatic cardiac condition. He had been ill several years. ,\| He was born Jan. 0, 1887, in Renisen and was graduated from Bancroft schools. He married the former Agnes Christenscn who survives. Mr Delperdang was a road construction contractor until nine years ago. Survivors are 10 children, including a son, Gordon of Bancroft; a brother Nicholas of Armstrong and a sister, Mrs Elizabeth Korrect of Bancroft. There are 36 grandchildren and ' G great- grandchildren. Rev. Pa'trick Waite, assistant priest at St. John's Catholic church officiated at the funeral. Burial was in St. John's cemetery here. Thuwdey, July 30, 195$ Algeria (Id.) Upp*r 6* M*!n*f~* Undergoes Eye Surgery Mrs Lloyd Bohnnnon under- deal surgery for removnl of nn eye catnract Monday morning nt University Hospitals nt Iowa Cily, She is coming along nire- ly. Tier room number is 339. Pigeon Group Slates Meet Here Sunday Tho lown Stnto Pigeon Association will hold n young bird show here this Sunday, AUR. 2, tin the Alderson truck gnrngo nl jjtlu' corner of Johnson nnd Spruce Wt reels. Tliere will bo entries from Town, Minnesota and South Dn- kotd, with about, 500 l!), r >9 Ir.mded expected. All pigeons be judged nnd placed first nnd second, etc., in the various breeds. Many of the birds to be sho-wn here will Inter appear at state fairs in the three states nnd SOUK? will be shown at the Iowa State (Pigeon Association's unnunl show &>t Perry in November. The public is invited to attend the show here. Corwith Woman Dies At Burt .Mrs William F. (Augusln) F,rd- man, 92, of Corwith died Tuesday nt n Burt rest home. Slip hnd boon in failing health two years. Born Juno 4, 18(57, nt'Hoff,- Pommer, Germany, she wns the daughter of August nnd Caroline Wagner Bublet?.. She came to this country when 15. She wns mnrried Fob. B, lfif)8, at Ottawn, 111. Mr nnd Mrs Erdrnnn farmed there until coming to Corwith in 1901, when- they fnrmed until r»tiring. Mr Erdmnn died in 1052. She w:is n charter rh ember of St. John's Lutheran church nt Corwilh. Surviving are n daughter! Mrs George (Emma) Oxh\v. Corwith; n son, William (J. Krdmnn, Kim- Funornl sorvices will bo Tlnirs- clny nt 2:30 p.m. privc-dcil by a fnmily prayer service nt the finn- ily home. Hcv. Dnvid Hnbcock will officiate. Dickinson Visitor L. J. Dickinson of DCS Moities. form or U. S. Senator when he lived here, was in AlHonn Wednesday visiting sonic- of his old friends. ci tip from th« man who has one "Yeu . Can't Beat Land Bank Loan!" Here's why you should choose a Land Bank loan: . ! The payments are low You can pay in advance, without penalty. You deal with a local loan assocation For complete Information about a your land, see or write your local Federal Land loan on NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Box 670, Algona, Iowa (South of Penney's) Preferably Mondays or Wednesdays EUGENE H. HUTCHINS, Secretary-Treasurer (30-31) £••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• (Plans were made for the annual Algona flight breakfast at a meeting of the Kossuth County Flying Club Tuesday evening at the Algona airport. The event will be held at the airport Sunday, August 23 with breakfast served from 6 until 10 a.m . Arrangements are being made for a helicopter demonstration and local merchants will donate prizes. Fly-ins from all over Iowa "and^urrounding states are expected.' The general public is invited to attend. , Kossuth iFlying Club,,' president is Floyd;-Jri'rh'Sftr'' arid Ron ds secretary., ,.• \ Honored At Farewell Dr. Carol Plott who is entering the practice of medicine and surgery in Algona, was tendered a farewell party at Heron Lake, Minn., where he previously had been practicing, with between 400 and 500 residents of that area in attendance. For Sale FOR SALE — 254 ACRES NEAiR West Bend — Modern 3 room home — $57,000. Contact Carlson iFarnji.Man.agernfnt C,<x v w son Tarm 'Mahagem'ent 'Co:* Algona. ,30 CHECK OUR STORE Cold Pack Canners 0 Pressure Cookers • Kordife Freze Containers • Lily Frozen Food Containers Strainers • Pans & Bowls 0 Ladles MANY ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION CULLEN ARDWARE m m M n n A vunummmmmmmmwmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmnmummnmm^ I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN To lender's Annual in now and make your Summer Clearance! 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