The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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Prive On The KosEulh County Veterans of Foreign Wars is now sponsoring a' magazine subscription drive to obtain funds for purchase of new equipment, including hospital beds, wheel chairs, invalid walkers, etc., and to support the Iowa Crippled Childrens' Home. A house-to-house campaign in rural areas and county towns began this week and will continue until everyone has been contacted. Salesmen will carry an introductory letter signed by the county commander, Earl It. Berg, Swea City, and several other area officers as outlined in an ad in today's UDM. Worst Hail In 40 Years For Bancroft Area A surprise, late-season hail storm moved across portions of Kossuth county Thursday, Oct 12, at 3:35 p.nru and raised havoc with windows in homes, public buildings, commercial buildings and autos in the town of Bancroft and also shredded soybeans ~n fields in that area. One Bancroft resident termed it "the worst hall siorm here in 40 years." And it well might have been. A total of 242 windows were woken out of the public school juilding, another 123 windows were shattered at Welp's Hatch- :ry, windows in the new bank luilding and the post office were iroken and many car windows nd windshields were knocked ut by the hail stones that ranged n size from peas to golf balls. At the school, force of the stones was so great that in many instances both the storm window and the window inside tag to stop, up wJn&w _,.„ and get the nibble cleafteS The meWfwy dipped Iti '" gfees early 1 WetrteSdlift f i and rain and snow Began fa' also, as the weathef- • go" The Cooler reading- fefl summer-like 82'degree Tuesday afternoon and ai gree reading Monday. Ltiw 'for the week was 3li. degrees Crdi 14, and total moisture 1 measured at the official weather" station, KLGA, was .19 of an inch during the seven day period. '. Here are the readings past week; H 75 58 54 75 80 82 Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 L 44 42 31 40 42 45 38 .18 .01 Burt Farmer Speaking In Dakota On Beef Testing The performance and pro geny testing program of Mr. arid Mrs. Torsien Lagerstrom, who farm southwest of. Burl, has resulted in requests for talks on the subject from a variety of sources. The Lagerstroms have a Breeding herd of 100 purebred Angus cattle, and since 1955 have been keeping records on their cattle from birth through slaughter and carcass analysis as to gains, cost of gains and carcass quality. As a result Mr. Lagersirom is in South Dakota this week as a speaker at four state meetings on the subject of beef herd improvement. The first talk was slated Tuesday at Ouster, S. D. The Lagerstroms have also been invited to discuss their oh-lhe-farm beef cattle testing program at the annual meeting of the Newspaper Farm Editors' Ass'n meeting in Chicago, Nov. 26. They were also the subject • of a recent feature story in the Farm & Home Register. Ledyard Couple Wed Recently At Waterloo Ledyard — Connie Sue Hanna and Delmar Eugene Kramersmei- er were united in marriage. Saturday afternoon, Sept. 23, at the First United Presbyterian church in Waterloo. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hanna and Mr. and Mrs. John Kramerstneier of Ledyard. Rev. Fred Graham officiated at the double ring ceremony. Attendants to the bride were her sisters, Sharon as maid of honor and Betty as bridesmaid. Flower girl was Bonny Graham and Robin Cofnwell carried the rings. Serving as ushers were Arden Runksmeier, Tom Brown, Dick Gibson and Ronnie Schmitz. About 200 guests attended the reception following the cere, mony. The couple is now at home in Waterloo following a wedding trip to the Ozarks. Seven File Mayor Herman Brandt and four of the five councilmen arc- seeking re-election in the Nov. 7 town election. Councilmen whc have filed are Brayton Gilbertson, Fred M u n y e r, Everet: Thompson and Bernard Reilly. New candidates are Lawrence Ternes and Harold Wentworth. Brandt is unopposed for the Mayors seat. Gus Simonsmeier, who had served on the council for the past six years did not file for another term. The Harvest Festival supper will be served at Sacred Heart Catholic church here Sunday Oct. 22, with serving to begin at 4. The menu will include turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, buttered corn, cranberries, apple sauce, rolls, pie and coffee. Supt. G. DeBoer attended a conference for superintendents at Morningside College in Sioux City Wednesday. Dr. Snyder of Swea City gave second shots for flu to students of the Ledyard school Monday. There were 189 who got second shots. The Parent-Teacher organiza tion will meet Monday night Oct. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinksiek ht-ad the program committee and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingcl the refreshment committee. The Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Women's Guild met Oct. 5 with Mrs. William Kriouer, Mrs. Alfred Kramersmier, Mrs. Arthur Kramersmeier and Mrs. John Kramersmeier as hostesses Cicle reports were given. Mrs. John Kramersmeier gave a report on the Northern Synod Regional meeting which was held at Minnesota Lake. Mrs. Willis Pingel was welcomed as a new member. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd visited with her uncle, August Peterson of Swea City, a patient at the Blue Earth hospital, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeBoer and Leslie were guests of the Gilbert ^ DeBoers Sunday. Mr. ' and Mrs. Leonard Bonstead of Fairmont have named their new son Gary Lee. He was born Oct. 1 and weighed 9 Ibs.. 7% ozs. Bernard Keefe, who had major surgery at the Blue Earth hospital, is now at home. Mrs. Hazel Carpenter returned home Friday after visiting for two weeks with her daughter and family, the John Batchelors at Gary, Ind. Mrs. Joy Hatsock of Chicago and Willard Fain of Mallard visited at 'the Eldon Fain home Thursday. Ottosen News Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt attended Homecoming at Luther College, Decorah, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle visited at the home of their daughter and family, the Marvin Wier's at Barnum, Minn, the weekend of Oct. 8. They enjoyed a trip to Duluth. Ruth Speich of Ames is spending a two week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Walter and Mrs. Fannie DoMooy ol Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona. Ann Ludwig of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig. lOOih Mrs. Henrietta Freerks of George recently celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary. ORGANIC SOIL BUILDER FOR Corn - Grain - Field Crops WILL NOT BURN - ODORLESS No Fillers - No Chemicals Where Can You Get More Than Super-Gro For Your Money ? CHECK THESE ALVANTAGES • Higher protein content. U b'j|j])h"i major and minor nature's minerals. • Increased benefits each year. O Lung lasting. • Mure iMtlluw soil. $ Linger icot structure. • Roots slay alive longer. • Better legume stands. 9 Does not corrode equipment. \tl Harmless to humans and livestock. TRY and COMPARE MARVIN REDING LIVERMORE, IOWA PHONE 2607 were broken out. The hail also shredded window shades inside. Shingles and siding on many homes were broken and light bulbs in street lights were broken out all over town. Cars Were dented and several convertible auto tops were ripped during the 15-hiinute storm. Children leaving school sought refuge under trees and any other spots that afforded protection from the pelting hail. And the streets Were flooded when about two inches of rain fell during the storm. ' According to K. J. Mulligan, Bancroft insurance man, at least half of the homes in Bancroft had one or more windows knocked out during the storm. A Bancroft elevator man, Wilbur Fox, estimated that of beans left in fields there about 50 percent were wiped out. He also stated that corn in the vicinity of Bancroft withstood the hail pretty well, with little damage reported. A few ears were . knocked off stalks, however. Every merchant in Bancroft who sells glass ran out due to the rush of business after the storm and some glass, had to be obtained from other towns. Clean-up work at the school building began immediately after the storm subsided, and workmen were in the building until 10 p.m. Thursday attempt- State Awards To Development Corp. Of Algona Algona's Industrial Development Corp. received state recognition, Wednesday noon, following luncheon at the Algona Hotel, for its initiative and cooperation with the Iowa Development Commission. Presentation was made by Ed Storey, executive director of the Iowa Industrial Development Commission, at the conclusion of a brief talk before about 75 members of the Algona group. He added that frustration in the quest • of new industry was to be expected,' but that we learn by doing and nothing worthwhile can be accomplished in short time. The certificates of award were presented to Wes Bartlett, Bill Steele, Pat Montag, Harry Gr.e1lri- burg and Fred Kent Sr. as r^pre- sentatives of the Algona organization. • • ;,'. Walter Williams of the state development commission was also a guest. Driver Charged Following Fatal Accident Here A charge of manslaughter against David Householder, 23, Algona, was continued to Oct. 27 by Mayor C. C. Shierk here Friday. The charge v/as filed as a result of a one-car crash a half-mile west of Algona on McGregor street road in which Gary Pentecost, 24, Algona, was killed. A total of five other persons in the auto at the time, including Householder, were injured in the mishap. Bond In the matter was set at $2,500 sfld was not fufnished t S6 Householder WM lodged irt the local jail. fhe"mlMattgKfef; c nartrw1ter filed Thursday mbffliftg, Oct< >12. following, a cbttiftietfe 'inVelstigatteii of the crashi ' • / ; '' - '• > A wait Invite To School Parley/ Say Whittemore At a recent meeting of the Whittemore Public School Board, a letter received from the Algona board was read and Discussed. Supt. Leo Mormon of Whittemore said that no ^formal reply was made, but that* boafd members seemed to be of the' opinion that if at sometime in the future Algona extended an invitation to get together .the Whittemore board was .willing, to do,so, Whittemore must realign itselt by July 1962 " in high school operation to meet requirements of the State,Board of,Public Instruction. be Shown. Afefl Alumni Cltib of' \«8LS§&^i»s^»£ ftviee --, —-_ > -.-_ J .^ _.—o'stfonl, Cornell Reunion Cornell College graduates, 'wives, husbands, prospective students and parents'from this area are invited to attend a Cornell College reunion at Van's Cafe, Algona, Thursday Oct. 26, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Cornell's new president, Dr. Arland F. Christ-Janer, will be present and colored slides of the college will. , A Fenioft .man, Ralph Schneider, was bouMd over to th¥ nekt terto of, district- Court following a pre- .uminary hearing on a charge of OMVI.'fourth offense, in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this Week. Ap-> pearance bond in the matter was set at $1,000 and furnished. In other mayor's court cases, the following paid speeding fines:'Robert Swift, Des Moines, $6, Jens Nelsen, Walled Lake, Mich., $6, Charles Anastasi, Harlan, $6, William Crosby, Citra, Fla., $12, Jerald Murphy, Fairfield . ,$15, Milton Buckley, Bowling Green, Ky., $6, Larry Berke, DeKalb, 111., $8, Charles Marble, Spencer ,$10, Glen Peterson, Ft. Dodge, $7, Billy Whitson, Colrriar. Pa., $15. , John Hardgrove, Algona, paid $25, reckless driving, and $25 each, supplying beer to minors and drinking on a public highway. ($15 of each fine suspended); Maynard- Ferden, Algona, $25, intoxication; John Lowman, Bancroft, 15 days, intoxication; Donald Clapper, Lakota, $10, truck overload; Alfred Zeller, Bode, $10, illegal passing; and Terry Hobbs, Algona, $5, stop sign, in other cases heard by Shierk. Court costs werq assessed in addition to fines. Legal Notices NOT 16E Of PftOBAf fi Of WtyL " STATfe • OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DiSfRiCT COURT No, 7963 October Term, 1901 To All Whom It May 'Cdfttefm YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, -That . an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Esther Hodgson, Deceased, dated Sep' tember 21, 1966, having been this day filed,' opened and read, Monday the 30th day of October, 1901, is fixed for hearing proot of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before »the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a.m., of the day above mentioned all persons- Interested are hereby notified and required to appear,,and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated' and allowed ad and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona,. Iowa, October 17, 1961. Alma Pearson Clerk of the* District Court. Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Att. Algona, 'Iowa. ' / • ,•"-.• • ' (42) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7962 . October, Term, 1961 TO ALL .WHOM IT MAY CONCERN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That rporHnil ,38fll~ fflfed, heatini' ptohi' 'of "saltier ~at7the~"cou ; .. House in Algdna, I6\va, before the District Court of Mid ,Couhty, or, tha clerk of «aid Court! and at ten o'clock A.M.', or the day. above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby Hotified.. and required to appear, and show! cause, it any they have,»WhA> instru*f meht would not be (srobaUd &hA al-i lov»«d as and for the last Win and! Tejfamenl of said deceased. ' • | Dated at Algona, Iowa, Odtoter 18,1 1861. . Alma Pearson Clerk of the District court. Wlnkel & Winkel, Attorneys Algonfl, Iowa . SPECIAL! STYLE SHOW FEATURING BRAS, GIRDLES AND FOUNDATION GARMENTS At The Algona High School Auditorium WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25 8:00 P. M. This is a unique Style Sh.ow, new in this area, featuring foundation garments by the H. W. GOSSARD CO. of Chicago, shown oh live models and giving valuable information on buying and fitting' all foundation garments. This is sponsored by the XI XI chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority who has charge of the advance sale of tickets. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. Price 50c. No men permitted at the show. DON'T MISS THIS UNUSUAL STYLE SHOW! The CHRISCHILLES STORE Y..n..^. 1 .. 1 ., 1 ., 1 ,. 1 ,44., H .. l ,. t .. H .. H .| l| ,. l ..| ll , H.. M ..H..|.M 11 IIH..H..I..M.H..H..H..H..H..I.,! i I.IM.I..I..H..I..I..H-H-H-' 1951 PONTIAC Station Wagon • This 4-door, 6-passenger station wagon Is a beauty . . . It has V-8 engine and Automatic Transmission ... also • equipped with power brakes and three new tires. This wagon is very clean and reqdy to go for only •"' : •' ~-'- / $1095 v Percival Motors Algona . .. and elegance is yours in a beautiful coat by . . . It's always fair and warm as toast In our master-crafted coat of richly textured, tweed as, illustrated. The squared-off collar and double cuffs are especially effective for a beautifully classic styling. Misses sizes. Coat Shown Bold, beautiful elegant . . . that, in general, describes this seasons coats. Here is coat perfection. But there's so much, much more . . . each style offering its own exciting feature, See our hand-detailed, finely tailored selection, all cut to fashion's newest lines. Other Coats from $39.98 $89.98

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