The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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• Attend the f r Church of YOUR Choice Every Week St. Thomas Episcopal First Presbyterian First Methodist Regular Baptist Seventh Day Adventist Congregational St. Cecelia's First Baptist Church of Nazarene First Lutheran Trinity Lutheran This Message Sponsored By MUSIC LAND f l^ VACTION! AMERICA'S GREATEST LIVESTOCK SHOW 30,000 prize horses, cattle, swine, sheep, farm machinery show, poultry show, corn & grain show, fish & game show, 4-H, FFA fair, garden & flower show, homes show, women's exposition, thousands of exhibits. 1O GLORIOUS DAYS OF FUN! R0Y ROGERS HOLLYWOOD TV SHOW Greatest All-Western, Show of 1959 Nites - Sept. 2, 3, 4, 5 Afternoons — Sept. 3, 4, 6 J&UTO RACES BIG CAR RACES—Afternoons—Aug. 28, 30. Sept. 2, 5 STOCK CAR RACES—Nites—Aug. 29. Sept. 6 JALOPY RACES—Afternoon—Aug. 29-Nite—Aug. 31 • THRILL SHOWS —Nites—Aug. 28, 30; Afternoon—Aug. 31 • HORSE RACES—Afternoon & Nite—Sept. 1 • MILES OF SIDE SHOWS & FUN RIDES, Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiliated Fund Incorporated Investors Broad Street Investing Corp. Massachuseiis Inv. Trust Chemical Fund Minnesota Fund, Inc. Electronics Investment Corp. National Investors Fidelity Fund Keystone Custodian Funds Fundamental Investors Wellington Fund . HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Thursday, Au^uii *, W& Atgsrta (la.) Uppftf Pti To Wecf Irvington Afdrt Mr and Mrs Edward W. Eden, Wesley, have announced ihe engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marian Wilda, Mason City, shown here, to Wilbur A. Spear, son of William Soear and the late Mrs Spear of Titonka/ An August 16. wedding is planned at the Grace Evangelical United Brethren church at Mason City. (UDM Engraving). . .. Disputed Will Damage Case In Court Here An adopted son asks for a share in his father's estate in a case filed July 28 in Kossuth district court. Erwin M. Braner Holdrege, Neb. is plaintiff and G J. C. Gerike, administrator of the estate of P. J. Braner and the Lutheran church, Missouri Sy nod, are defendants. Erwin Braner was taken from the Evangelical Kinderfreund Society of Minnesota by Rev. and Mrs P. J. Braner when he was 4. Under a purported agreement with the society, the Bran- ers were to keep him permanent- y and adopt him. However, a 'ormal adoption was never made. Pastor Braner died in October, 1958 and his will left all his estate to the Evangelical Lutheran Synod for use in foreign missions. The petition filed here claims, the adoption is in fact' legal by estoppel because intent was shown to adopt. The petition also JohnKelley, Ex-Algonan, Dies At Vinton Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Vinton for John W. Kelley, 62, formerly of Algona, who died there Sunday evening. Mr Kelley w-as born and raised here, son of the late Matt and Eva Kelley, and was a shoemaker by trade. He was married to Laura Adams of Algona. She survives. /Also surviving are seven children, two sisters, Mrs Ralph Parsons and 'Mrs Ted Johnson, Algona, and two brothers, Elmer Kelley, Algona, and Maurice Kelley, Tulsa, Okla. His parents and a sister and a brother preceded him in death. Henry Clausen, 84, Succumbs Ringsled — Henry Clausen, 84 retired Dolliver farmer, died Wednesday afternoon at a ri'st home in Esthervillc. Born Jan. 6, 1875 in Scheswig Holslcm, Germany, attended school and came to the United States when O 1 ! i w VV •« Jh *•»-• n »-»*-• j,* •« — ». •— |- VC1JIJVJ LU HIV- iy J 1.1 b W VA fcj l,(.l L^O i v 4 i v- • • asks that the bequest to the Lu-' ne was n years old. In 1903 he theran Synod be limited to one-. ....... - ,, fourth of the estate as provided by Iowa law and that three- fourths be awarded to Erwin Braner. Also asked is that the adoption be recognized as formal by estoppel. married Christine Feddersen at Clinton, Iowa. She passed away in 1920.' Surviving children arc four daughters and two sons. Marie, Armstrong; Arnold, Ringsted; Carl, Ormsby, Minnesota; Mrs Also in district court is a dam-1 Alfred (Hulda) Kramersmeic-r, age suit brought by John Grand- Swca City, Iowa; Mrs Stanley gcnett against Alphons P. Erpelding and Wilson Erpelding as a firm. According to the petition, Grandgenett was employed in corn shelling six miles north of Bode and was hit by a shelter when it was moved. He suffered a broken left leg and asks hospital costs of $445; loss of earning, $1020; wages to help, $300; pain and suffering $3,000; and permanent damages, $7,000, for a total of $11,765. A suit for separate maintenance was brought by Audie Faye Jongberg, Swea Township, against Ellis J. Jongberg in district court. According to the petition, the couple was married (Freda) Jackson, Minneapolis* Minnesota; Mrs Vcrnon (Ella) Rhodes, Iowa; brother, Otto Clausen, Des Moines. Funeral services were held Saturday, July 25, at the Thomas Funeral Chapel in Ringsted. Burial was in the Dolliver Community Cemetery. at Trenton, N. separated July J. in 1944 22, 1959. and She charges cruel and inhuman treatment and asks custody of two children. Mayor's Court William Jorgensen, Swea City, paid a $25 fine on an intoxication charge in Mayor C. C. Shicrk's count last week. Robert Witham, Algona, was fined $25, of which $15 was suspended, on a careless driving charge, and Floyd Eggert, Wesley, paid $5 for speeding. Costs were paid in addition to fines. 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