The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 8
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t>« MolnesThursday, November 23, 1961 300 pounds, and estimated at two, Ames; two 'sisters, Eva —"•" "—'"'• "" "—' "• -"•• •'••••"-' years old, leaped'out of the east] neth (JallagJM dfteK along the Winfefc^alid tlitfraiwatt '***'. m driver couldn't avoid <fiiUijt£;tj In Kossuth Mishaps ! ' A- ! t6tel b£ eight persons suffer ed injuries in a rash of accidents Ott county highways and road*, during the week. The injured are Minnie Behrends, 61, Buffalo Center Mrs John Hugo, Buffalo Centei lone MabUs, 47, Buffalo Center James J. Fett, 28, Corwith Irene Day, 41, Lu Verne » Alfred Burchle, 47, Webster City 'Loretta Stude'r,' "ST^Wesley Barbara Dit'trrier, 21, Lone Rock Minnie Behrends; *|ind Mrs Hugo 'suffered slight xc'uts and bruises in a two car mishap three miles north of Burt on highway 169 Tuesday at 4;25 p.m. Cars driven by Martin E. Behrends, 66. Buffalo Center, and' Fred A. Da- .ViSj 48,' Burt, collided and both Vehicles were totally demolished, according to Patrolman Bill Tor- Soff who investigated. j g Burchle and'Mrs Slcder wre I iiurt when a car driven by Mrs Studer struck a panel truck, dri- en by 'Claude Burr, 50, Webster City, broadside, at the intersection of old highway 18 and high•way 60, three fourths of a mile east of Wesley at 11:15 a.m. Saturday. Mrs Studer was charged with failing to *lop at a stop sign by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. Damage to the car panel and a boat being towed bj the panel wa's estimated at nearly $3,000. ' Burchle suffered facial lacerations and hip and shoulder in juries and Mrs Studer suffered chest injuries and cuts in the mishap. . Fett, and Irene Day were injured Friday at 9:10 a.m. when a pickup driven by Fett and a car driven by Lee Day, 41,' Lu Verne, crashed a mile and a half west of Corwith on a blacktop road. Fett suffered head and shoulder in- juries and Mrs Day suffered facial lacerations, chest and back injuries and both were taken to the hospital at Brill. Fett was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way by Patrolman Duane Homan who investigated. The vehicles were badly damaged. Mrs Mabus was taken to a hospital at Blue Earth, Minn., suffering from'head and chest injuries after the auto she was driving slammed into a ditch a half mile south and 3% miles east of El- mbre Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 6:30 anirrtal. The deer Was badly injured and had to be shot by local policemen. It was later turned over to an area conservation officer. a.m. She lost control of the auto slid off on the shoulder of the •oad and slanted across the roaa nto the opposite ditch. The car was totally demolished, according o Patrolman Bill Tordoff. Barbara Dittmer suffered is jump on the head and a neck in- ury when the auto she was driving skidded on ice and crashed nto the bridge north of Algoiia n highway 169. The mishap oc- urred at 8 a.m. Tuesday and damage to the auto was estimated at $300. The accident was p°norl- ed to the sheriff's office prid no charges filed. A truck, driven by Archie Key scr, 34, Ft. Dodge, a<id a/, nuto driven by Veronica Farreii, 26. Whittemore, collided at the crest of a hill on a blacktop road a mile east of Whittemore at. 11,a.m. Saturday. The Fort Dodge 'man was charged with failing to yield one- half the traveled portion of the highway by Patrolman Homan who investigated. Both vehicles wound up in a ditch and were badly damaged. Undoubtedly the strangest mishap of the week occurred Monday at 4:05 a.m. near the bridge north Rites Held For Louis Braafz At Whiffemore Funeral services for Louis Braatz, 83, well-known Whitte- Mai Waukee.* death by hll-parl then of Algona on .highway 169. Luck ly, the driver of the car involved, Wayne O. Hanson, .41, Algona was not hurt. Hanson was headed 'north at the time. A deer, weighing about , , more man, were held at 2, p.m. Tuesday in St. Paul's Lutheran church there, with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Burial was at St. Paul's cemetery and the Shellhammer Funeral Home, West Bend, was in charge Of arrangements. Mr Braatz died Saturday afternoon at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where he Jiad been a patient for three weeks. Prior to [hat, he had been a patient in University hospital ;i l lawa City 'or six weeks. Louis Braatz, ii.r. of August and Fredericka Neuman Braatz, was born and raised at Milwaukee, Wise. He s.rved as a clerk in his fathers grocery store there until he came to Whitte- .more in 1895. He cle'rked in a grocery store there 'cntil his retirement in 1943. ; • . . He is survived by his wif-;-, the former Olga Huellen, and seven children, Robert, Whittemore, Mrs Clyde Gingerich, West Bend, Laura, Mason City, Werner, Tripoli, Mrs.Ervin Vaudt, Hartford, S. D., Mrs James Bender, Aitkin, Minn., and Ruth, Winona, Minn.; sister, Mrs Rose Zabel, West Allis, Wise.; 19 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. He 7 . was preceded, in death by 7 elgru brothers and sister. , '. •' for the dolls In your house SINGER SEWHANDY® Sews For Baby Dolls I HI jj £) New from Singer! The greatest name In sewing machines! looks just like Mommy's, sews smoothly, safely . . presser foot guards tiny fingers. More than a toy-a real sewing machine, it comes with attractive carrying case. New Sewhandy Electric !| "As Pictured Above Except Electric" for "dolls" with advanced ideas The electric motor frew tivr ri;;lit nun i tor mon- jj<-!v--ii:.--- ed i(.- W :.'l«. It',: r,,.V: ;.,,, !iu;,r..l. Truly a ^u-.ir. r . li'n.'4, '.'.'-::•;I;;].; lii:,' • /••• TRIMHANDY® By Singer A9H +**',*... .P24.95 oot a " k!ncl » of paper figures. Safer than scissors. A perfect gift anytime! VERY LARGE A^frTMcNT X//A5 TREE AND CANDLES ' XMAS BUY HOW v/HILS SEIECDONS AftE COMPLETE 9-IN PYREX PIE PLATES '£ MU 28c BOMGAARS 5IOBENJFRANKLIN5-IO LOCALLY OWNED --NATIONALLY KNOWN New Bancroft Library Will Open Next Week Bancroft's new public library will open sometime during the last -week in November, according to members of the board of directors. It was announced there will be a public' meeting at the library, located in the .Bancroft public school, tomorrow i (Friday) at'8 p.m. Everyone-is invited to attend. Members of the library board are William Droessler, president, •Mrs William Schoenhair, Mrs James Welp, Mrs R. J. Welp, Mrs J. H. Welp and James Kennedy. At the present time, there are approximately 3,500 books o' shelves at the new library. Total capacity is estimated from 4,000 4,500 books and' value of books nof on hand is $4,000. The board has made application to join a regional cooperative library association, operating out of Mason City. If the library can meet specifications, it will become eligible for $200 worth of free reference material from the jtate traveling library. So far, the best selection pf books on hand is in the fiction department. Children's books art- in short supply and are needed, Anyone wishing to donate books should contact any member of the library board. 'GoodNeii Lend A Hahd To John Blumer Neighbors, frierids andj.irterh- bers of Lu Verne > Evangelical United Brethren' Chilrch pidked and cribbed 126 acres of corftfon the John Blumer, farm near?Lu- Verne, recently. Nine pidkers were used. Mr Blumer is aj. Lutheran hospital in Fott Dodge following a heart attackv* A V Men who helped < With the "good neighbor" deedj^Weires^Lfe- Roy Weber, William: Erpeldihg Robert Will, Jerry Mfolf, Harry Naffziger, Laurence Marty, Garroll Marty, Melvin Martyj Ralph Kenne, the Rev. J, Paul Stevens .Edward Lihdebak, Merlin; Swan- Son, Orville Hurlburt.i *Alvin Weber,. Wayne Warmbier,' Allen Garby, Lewis Merkle, Henl*y Marty, Donald Leigh, Richard Thompson, Roland Lena, Paul Blumer, Carl Swanson, Ralph Kramer, Richard KolhaaS ( Robert Rusher, William Goetsch,' L«K> Barmann, Don , Hunga,te, < Clyde Dudley, Orviflel llans|ri, Marvin Reding, • Elmer ' Jasperson 'ancT Raymond Nelson.- ; ' The noon meal and afternoon lunch were brought and-served by a group of neighbor women; Si. Joe Pair Wed Nov. 15 , St. Joe — In a double" ring ceremony in St. Joseph's Catholic church'Nov. 15 at 9:30 a.m. Anna'Marie Streit, St. Joe, daughter of Mrs Anna Berte of Livermore, became the bride of Melvin 'C. VonBank, son of Mr and Mrs John Von Bank, St. "Joe, performed by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Acolytes were Richard Berte and Dennis 'Berte. ...St. Joseph's school 7th and 8th grade choir sang with Sister M. Charolotte as organist.' JS * Ushers were Francis. Berte ,ano;,. Robert Vonfifink. Attefldfnf tnt couplfe we&AgrteS geftg fifltt fiflf 6ldHV6ft®ftte;- "**«'- ' wor^ a'.d™™. , A buffei di«n%. m<s 12:30 p.m.'at'th8)piirftill rooM_at,$hjft.ey and CU tflC »» vMM.uAEf L *»»*«*^c iTitO 'fktYH Berte atld'-Mrf -filylrtbfid^'Berti poured. Mrt Johfl.Vohflank^-Jf was in charge "of the guest booki After a .wedding tflp td.Ca'lifor- nia the newiy^eds will be' -at tome oh a farm northeast of-St Joe. , ,-..,, • -i • i — Bancroft Couple Info Hospital On Same Day A young Bancroft, couple, Mi" nd Mrs Fred Ecktyaft, were ad^ mitted at Holy Family hospital, Estheirville, the same' day tn& reek, Wednesday,- Ndv. 15. Mrs- Eckharts recently had surgery twice during . a- single week.. She was returned to the hospital Wednesday for obs'erva- tioh afleft'she became ill soon after her earlier 'release, * , ' Eekhart entered the hospl- fai tfte sjiffiiS d8y;'fbf-HasM tests. '' '' " M30^.m-f at-tHs>!4l8R : :Wilt6n H8|FMf*,;»/ '«.''"*$$, ' <.' ," '•- j^^^t^y^^*^^^ ^^yi.yfc:!^.,tt' '^f • NEW ELECTRIC S IE W IE CLEANING SERVICE CALL C/4-2104 Ddys 4-3892 Ee. CONSUMER'S MARKET ' GET MORE XMAS PRESENTS WITH SAH ' * '• ' * " • GREEN STAMPS FESTIVAL. ••nv/.vi/j PLUMBING & HEATING 47-51 PRINTING ONE HALF GALLON SUPER VALU Dr. Pfeffer Of Wesley Spine Cancer Victim Funeral services for Dr. L. L. Pfuffi.T, 54, well-known Wesley dentist, were hold Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley, with Rev. Ed Pfi-ffer, celebrant, Rev Robert Phillips, deacon, and Rev. Patrick Dacon, sub-deacon. Burial followed at the Catholic cemetery and Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Dr. Pfeffer died Thursday morning, Nov. Ifi, at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, whore he had been a patient for the past two months. He was a victim of can- CIT of the spine. Born at Corwith Dec. 27, 1906. Dr. Pfeffer was a son of Mr and : Mrs Moses Pfeffer. With the ex- j ception of the years during World i War II, when he served with the ; Fifth Armored Division, Dr. Pfei- I f(T had served as a dentist ai Wesley for the past 34 years. He was married to Pauline Young in 1936. He was very active in community affairs, having served as commander of the American Legion post and also as its service: officer. He.also worked with Boy Scouts and served on the Prairie Gold district executive board for 18 years. Besides his wife, Dr. Pfeffer is survived by a daughter, Judith, u senior at the State University or Iowa, Iowa City; two sons, Paul, a student at Iowa City, and John, 111 E. Call St. ALGONA Phone CY 4-3535 jjj; Due to entering another business, I will discontinue farming and will offer all my personal property dt Public Auction ct my farm located from Corwith: 5 miles West and l /2 North or fr,om Sexton 5 miles South, 2 East then '/a South on Wed., Nov. 29, 1961 SALE TO START AT 1:00 P.M. SHARP CAKE MIXES YELLOW - SPICE - DEVILS FOOD.- WHITE 2 Pkgs. MAXWELI^HPUSE INSTANT COFFEt 6oz, jar 69c CAMPBELL OR HEINZ TOMATO SOUP can lOc ALGONA'S FINEST LEAN GROUND BEEF 3 IBs. Sl.29 ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED BACON Ib. 55c 2-TRACTORS-2 1941 Oliver 70 Good Rubber, Winterized. Complete overhaul 2 years ago, A-l. 1937 Oliver 70 12x36 tires, a good unit. 1949 Ford V8 4-door Std. Trans., Overdrive, winterized', good motor and tires. 21 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 1—Guernsey Cow due to freshen in March with 5th Calf, 1—Guernsey Heifer to freshen in March with 2nd Calf. Art, Bred to Guernsey Bull-Health paper furnished. 2—Guernsey Steer Calves, 300 Ibs. 1-Holstein Steer Calf 300 Ibs. 1-Brown Heifer Calf, 200 Ibs. 2-Holstein Bull Calves, 175 Ibs. 1-W.F. Bull-Calf, 200 Ibs. 1-Bk. Steer Calf, 225 Ibs. 1-Red Hfr. Calf, 250 Ibs. A real set of Farmer's Calves. 10 Head of Hampshire Pigs, wt. 70 Ibs. COMPLETE LINE OF FARM MACHINERY 2 wheel Flat-Bed Tilting Imple Trailer on good truck tires. Oliver 7 ft. Power Mower. Blackhawk 4-row Corn Planter with Fertilizer Attachments. • > 14 ft. Field Cultivator (good) 1954 Kewanee 44 ft. Elevator (wide type), (a like new unit) 4-section Galloway Harrow with Noble steel folding evener. John Deere 15 ft. Disc. Oliver 2-16 inch Plow (Radex) B-row mounted Sprayer, complete with Drops, Barrel, etc. good) New Idea rubber tired Trailer with Flare box (good condition). Oliver 4-row Cultivator, very good. John Deere Overhead Hoist & Speed Jack. Running Gear on rubber, 4-Wheel Moline Manure Spreader, 2-Wheel Trailer on rubber with box. John Deere Corn Shelter w/cob stacker. 300 gallon Gas Barrel and stand with hose, Nozzle (new). Steel 50 gallon Hog Waterer. 10 inch Hammer Mill with Screens. John Deere Endgate Seeder. Harvey Endgate Seeder. 8 ft. Stock Tank with Hog Waterer. 4 Wheel Wagon with straight box. Hog House fan - 36 Inch fan. Remington 22 rifle bolt action repeater. ARMOUR'S STAR ALL FRANKS llb.pkg.49c VALU SELECTED Choice BEEF QUARTERS FROZEN NORTH STATE VEGETABLES 6 Pkgs. $1.00 MISCELLANEOUS Egg Washer and Baskets, '/a inch Electric Drill, 1/3 H.P. Electric Motor and Double Grinder Unit, Jig-Saw with 1/3 H.P. Motor, 8x10 Overhead Garage poor complete, Oil Tank Heater, 30 oallen Bqrrsl with Pump, Miscellaneous Barrels, Wood Tgnk Heater, 14 ft, Cqlf^Feed Bunk, Chicken Feeders and Wgterers, Hay Bunk, some lumber and many other articles t0o numerous to mention. REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR NOT RESPONSIBLE TERMS: CASH, NO PROPERTY TO FOR ACCIDENTS LEEK and WEST, Auctioneer! Exchange State Bank, Wedey, NORTH DAKOTA RED RIVER VALIEY POTATOES 50 Lbs. 1.19 JONATHANS AWES 4 Ibs; 39c yAUJABLE gqilDftu--)^ 25 with the purchase : 0f 12 oz. Nestles Choc. Chips

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