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Funeral Friday, Bancroft, For Frank Haften Funeral services for Frank 3. Hatten, 69, well-known Bancroft ma "' will be held in St. John's Catholic church there at 9:30 a.m p , r ' d ?y- Rev. J. H. Schultes will officiate and burial will be in at. Johns cemetery. Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft is in *» rge » of arrangements. Mr Hatten died at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday m Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge where he had been a patient since Mar. 29. He underwent surgery there previously and was undergoing treatment when he suffered a stroke and died. Mr Hatten was born in Illinois, put had been a Bancroft resident for many years since his arrive) there as a young boy. He spent almost 50 years in the shoe and harnessmaking business prior to retirement a few years ago. Survivors include his wife, Gertrude, 11 children, two brothers, three sisters, 33 grandchil- Su and two great-grandsons. The children Include Joe, former Brooklyn Dodger and Chicago Cub pitcher, now of Redding, Cal.; Marcella (Mrs Derwood State Historical Iowa OUy, J ESTABLISHED 1863 as Mcpnd ctfttt Matter at fh* fxxrtotflcs at Alton*, Iowa, Nov. 1. 1838, tiftdef Act of Contfrew of March 8. 1879. AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, APRIL II, 1957 3 SECTIONS - 24 PAGES VOL. 94 - NO. IS Juveniles In Court - Damage Spree Postoffice Cutback For Saturday Still Orders Neitzel), Whittemore; LeRoy, Titonka; Elaine (Mrs Francis Doocy), Swea City; Frances (Mrs Burton Peterson), Cylinder; Joan (Mrs O. L. Gochenour), Killian; Tex.; Jack, in the army at Camp Chaffee, Ark.; Lorraine (Mrs John Schcmmel), Mrs Melvin Fangman and Ronald, Bancroft; and Harold, Miami, Fla. Brothers are Ed Hatten, Stacyville, and George, Austin, Minn.; sisters are Mrs Bert Bersillian, Sauk Center, Minn., and Mrs Frank Mescher and Mrs Virgil Wolf, Bancroft. There was no change, as of Wednesday night, in the. order Jo the Algona postoffice received Monday from Washington, D.C with regard to curtailment of local postal service. Unless Congress makes an emergency appropriation of 47 million dollars by Friday, as requested by Postmaster General Summerfield, the cutback takes effect Saturday, Postmaster W. W. Sullivan said yesterday. In brief, the orders call for the following changes: Stamp windows to close at 5 3 Ministerial Changes In Area • Ministerial changes in three churches of the Lutheran church, Missouri synod, are in the process of taking place in this area. Rev. Martin Peters of Paullina has accepted a call to become pastor of the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, «nd installation services have tentatively been set for May 5. He will succeed Rev. 0. C. Geisler who recently retired and has moved to Fal Creek, Wis. Rev. E. E. Greene of the West Bend Lutheran church is going to a church at Mapleton, Iowa, and Rev. E. . Wittkopp of the Burt Lutheran church Is retiring. Sus- cessors for the West Bend and Burt churches have not yet been narned. Rev. Luther Loesch was host at the' Trinity Lutheran church here last Friday evening at a gathering honoring Rev. Greene and Rev. Wittkopp Joe Tapper, 82, Rites, Titonka Titonka — Funeral services for Joe Tapper, 82, of Buffalo Center who died at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt, Monday, April 8, will be held Thursday afternoon at the house at 1:30 and at 2 p.m. at Ramsey Reformed Church north of Titonka. Rev. William Kroon will officiate. Mr Tapper had several strokes before being hospitalized. Besides his wife he is survived by eleven children: Mrs Everett (Lydia) Rippentrop of Swea City, Mrs Dick (Hilde) Meyer and Mrs Norris (Mary) Rosseau of Algona, Walter and Donald of Buffalo Center, Mrs James (Minnie) McQuiston, Mrs James (Henrietta) Reed, Mrs Raymond (Lillie) Green, all of Cedar Rapids; Herman of Clear Lake, Mrs Harm (Esther) Huisinga of Titonka and John of Vinton. Another son, John Jr. died during World War II. C. L. Cavanaugh, Widely Known Druggist Dies Funeral services for Clem L. Cavanaugh, 67, well-known Al- Konan, will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday in St. Cecelia > Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen will officiate with assistance from Fr. C. P. Sweeney, F6rt Dodge, and Fr. William Veit, Whittemore. Burial will be on Corpus Christi cemetery at Fort Dodge. Hamilton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mr Cavanaugh died of pneu monia in St. Mary's hospital a Rochester, Minn, about 9:30 p.m Tuesday. He had been ill for a year and was a patient at Roch ester for the past ten days. Clement Leo Cavanaugh, son of John F. and Bridget Cavan augh, was born at Clare Oct. 1 1889. He was raised there anc following graduation from high instead of 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed all day Saturday. No rural or city mail deliveries on Saturdays. Carriers normally working Saturday will not work that day. Only one Saturday mail pickup from collection boxes, lat 4:30 p.m. No parcel post deliveries from Saturda iturday until Monday Included in the same . , . order received here was notice that as of April 29, barring no new money allotment for the postoffice, delivery of third class mail would cease, with a few exceptions.' The order would stop delivery of the Algona Reminder which at present goes out under third class,' Postmaster Sullivan said. nnarjhacy Park Col- school, received Ws .<J«gree fronv Highland- lege in^Des'Moinea in J912; He was married to*Elizabeth Steinle May 21, 1912 at Fort Dodge. He was a pharmacist at Fort Dodge antil 1919 when the Cavanaughs moved to Whittemore. Mr Cavanaugh served as Whittemore's druggist for 27 years. Upon his retirement in 1946, the Cavanaughs moved back to Fort Dodge, then to Algona five years ago. Since moving here, Mr Cavanaugh has been employed at times by various local drug stores. Mr Cavanaugh, who was a member of the Knights of Columbus, enjoyed his many trips to lakes and rivers so he could pursue his favorite activity, fishing. Besides Mrs Cavanaugh, survivors include his mother, Bridget, of Fort Dodge, and three brothers, Eugene, Des Moines; Marcus, Fort Dodge; and Herbert, Clarion. END OF LINE FOR ST. BENEDICT POSTOFFICE The 22 patrons of the St. Benedict postoffice will receive their mail via Algona rural carrier after April 19. The St. Benedict postoffice is being closed as of that date. Ot Fischer is postmaster at St. Benedict. The closing. will bring to an end the many years during which ;he St. Benedict postoffice served its area. At present a St. Benedict sack is worked up at Algona and forwarded to the St. Benedict office for distribution there to he 22 patrons. After April 19, ;he 22 patrons will become part of route 1, RFD, Algona. Win. C. Ristnu, LuVerne, Dies Funeral services for William Carl Ristau, 72, of •LuVerne were held Tuesday at Immanuel Lutheran church a,t Livermpre. The Rev. Donald Heck officiated. . Mr Ristau died of a heart attack very suddenly Saturday afternoon at the Davis Elevator at Hahna near LuVerne, where he was employed. He was born and reared in the LuVerne community and lived here his entire life. A retired farmer, he had been working in the elevator the past few years. Surviving are two sons, Bruno and Arno, both of Sioux City; ilso seven grandchildren; one >rother and one sister, Otto Ris* au of East End, Sask., Canada 5 O.M.V.I. Cases Set For Trial Next Week . Five cases were tentatively set for trial in the April term of Kossuth district court here, Tuesday, by Judge Harry E; Narey of Spirit Lake. All five cases are charged of operating motor vehicles While intoxicated. The State is plaintiff in the five cases with the following defendants: Wayne J. Wagner, Sioux City; Harold Hellman, Bancroft; Thomas J. Murphy, Lone Rock: Anthony Erdman.-Algona; and Earl B. Miller, Algona. vVagner's charge also includes use of hypnotic drugs. County Attorney Gordon Winkel said that arraignment of three of the cases Was set for Friday. He said there was some question of trial in all the cases, depending on whether or not attorneys are ready for trial. The petit jury is to report Tuesday, April 16, when presumably the first trial case would begin, Slated for trial on the civil docket, starting the week of April 22, are the following casess Walter Steven Gatton vs. James W. Tindall Jr., at al, a damage suit developing from an auto accident April 24, 1955. Plaintiff asks $2,083. Soren Pedersen vs. Burt Ele, vator, a damage suit arising from a collision Sept. 30, 1955, with plaintiff asking $6,594.35. Brillin Iron Works vs. Jacob T. Lynch, suit over an account. Elmer Schneider vs. Harvey D. Boeckholt, suit over an account. Bankers Advertising , Co. vs. Allen J. Blake, suit over account. Wilma Kuhlman vs. James B. Thorn, suit over account. Gehl Bros. Mfg. Co. vs. Jack T. Lynch, suit over account. f Non-jury cases set for the court term were J. E. Ukena vs. Loren M. "M; Chlpman vs. Girl Scouts Collect 12-14 Tons Paper About half of the senior Girl Scouts who participated in a very successful icrap paper drive Ifto 14 tS?if paper° n tOP ° f ° ne ° f "* P ^ S ° f PapGr ln the ab ° Ve ph ° ta An estimate <* . . . _ , -j,, . Zulabel Ankenbauer, Evelyn James and Marianna right, Carol Shore, Ann Mikes, Sue LaBarre, Becky Jergenson arid Janice !ht, Karen Hutchins, Midge Williams and Cindy Hardy; and back row — n. , Funds raised by the sale of paper collected will be used to send girls to camp later. The amount ± m S™ y ™ 1Z ! d ,?? "llte^yjt, but a check for the paper, two semi-truck loads, will arrive here , Mimi „.. Linda Smith and Siri Norton. „„,, «:«,, _„. . A £• • ^ \ ^." 7 ' . -••"•• •»»•• *•"- t"*t"-ii iv»u otiu»-1.1 uwjv JUCIUB, wiu. tuiiVB'ncre any time now. A firm m Fort Dodge purchased the paper, which was collected by car, station wagon ana pickup truck by about 30 girls. mag^y^ P° int for the W* whic * includ <* ^wspapers, Hans, • and Omar, Inc. and Mrs Charles Hanselman of LuVerne. He was preceded in death by lis first wife, Emma, in 1932 and '>y his second wife, Minnie, in 950. 169 Widening Cost To Be $240,341 * A contract to widen the concrete pavement between Burt and Algona, 8% miles, was awarded last week to Booth & Olson Co. for $157,019. The same company was also awarded a contract for widening south from Algona pn highway 169, 4Vfe miles, for $83,322. Work has already started on widening the bridge known as the Black Cat bridge on 169 between Algona and Burt. Moose Lodge To Elect, April 11 Nomination of officers for the Moose Lodge in Algona were made last week and the annual election will be held tonight. Nominees for governor are Milo Rentz and Harry ttarton; prelate, Dr. R. J. Thissen and Al Wittkopf; junior governor, Del Clopton and Jim Egli; 3-year trustee, Bill Ressler and Wall}! Mesing; treasurer, Harlan Sigsbee and Gordon Winkel. Boy, 13, Badly Hurt In Mishap Terry Zweifel, 13-year old son of Mr and Mrs Henry Zweife! of Algona, received a serious 'cul In a mishap on the Bryanl school grounds Monday evening Terry and two buddies were riding their bicycles in the area. Young Zweifel fell in such a manner as to become impailed on a piece of re-inforcing metal protruding from recently completed cement work. A deep cut in the upper right leg resulted. Terry was rushed to St. Ann hospital, treated and released the same evening. Barring complications, his recovery is assured. Terry is a sixth grade student at Lucia Wallace school. Choir On T-V St. Paul's Lutheran choir from Whittemore will appear on a half hour TV program over Fort Dodge, next Wednesday evening, April 17, from 7 to 7:30 p.m. it was announced yesterday, Has Heart Attack Wwley — Mrs Carson Simpson suffered a severe heart attack at her home Friday evening and was taken by ambulance to the Real Estate Men Hold Dinner The regular meeting of the Cossuth County Real Estate oard was held at the Johnson House, April 9. Visiting realtors were Jack McHenry and Hartley Nelson of Fort Dodge, Bert C. Hanson and Herman L. Yocum of Pocahontas, Frank H. Noonan of Emmetsburg, and A. C. Peril, of West Bend, Harold Clingerman, Field Representative of the National. Association Real Estate Boards from Lincoln, Nebr. It was decided to hold a district meeting at the Country Club May 1 for realtors and real estate brokers. 'Facelifting' For S & L Begins The front of the S & L Store here is in the process of a face- lifting job this week. The job should reach its completion in about six weeks, Manager Frank Riley of the S & L store said. The glass area in the front of the store will be increased by the installation of large display windows at either side of the center entrance. The doors will be aluminum-framed glass, and at each side of the door and above, there will be glass panels permitting a wide view -into the store from the street. The material used as bulkhead paneling from the sidewalk level, and the panels above the windows and doors will be Opalite, a new, weather resisting material. Colors for the background will be grey with a ruat-colored fleck, and the letters, "S & L STORES" will be in rust color. Plans for the remodeling were carried out in the S & L, Store's Home Minn. , Office, at Minneapolis, Reelect Officers, Industrial Corp. M. C. (Oscar) Metcalf was reelected president of the Algona Industrial Development Corporation at the organization meeting held Monday afternoon by the directors. ' Dick Carr was named as first vice president. Named as vice presidents were Roy Bjustrom, Russ Waller, Roy Hutzell, C. C. Shierk and Duane Dewel. Fred Kept was reelected treasurer, secretary, and Bill Steele Anna Britt hospital. Winner of 19 8itJt * National Award*, 1950-1958 Including GwwraJ CxstUiaet. J»w» PI«M A«U IMS. tod get* AdvwiWag Awtrt tw If M Gets Broken Hip Swea City — Miss ,.„ Springer suffered a broken hip when she fell at her home the morning of April 2. Gilbert Engs- rom, a roomer in the Springer home, found feer shortly after the accident and called medical as-' sistance. Miss Springer was taken to Holy Family Hospital at Estherville where she will be a patient for some time, Breaks Leg, 4 Places Titenka «- Hamm Boeckholt of Woden and Titonka slipped Thursday at Woden and broke his leg in four places. He was taken to the Doctor office in Titonka and later sent to Iowa City for further treatment. It is understood he will he unable to walk for at least six months. He is an implement salesman,. Swea City Youth Hurt In Crash Jack Angle,-18, son of Mr and Mrs Clayton Angle of Swea City, is still hospitalized in Holy Family hospital at Estherville, recovering from injuries received in a near-tragic one-car crash a mile west of Swea City on highway 9 at 2:15 a.m. Sunday. Angle received a fractured foot and lacerations of the tongue and scalp when the car he was driving, which belonged to ms father, went out of control, into the ditch and collided with a row of tree stumps. The auto was headed west at the time of [the crash. A passing motorist, Lee Prentice! of Rodman, came upon the scene and called a doctor and the boy was rushed to Estherville He will be hospitalized for some time, athough he is .reportedly in good condition. The auto was a complete wreck, according to Sheriff Ralph Lmdhorst who investigated Phone Lines Sold Ledyar4'«-Officials of the Central Telephone Company were here last week and purchased the five rural lines out of Ledyard, which had been owned by the farmers on those lines. . Resigns Position Mrs Joe Downey of Algona, credit manager at the local Montgomery-Ward store, resigned her position there Friday. She Mrs Dangelser Services Held Here Monday Funeral services for Mrs Philip Dangelser, 55, resident of the Sexton area, were held Mon» day at 9 a.m. in the St. Benedict Catholic church with Fr. Charles Ernst officiating. Burial was also at St. Benedict. The Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were George and Robert Kain, Eugene Drager, Max Stratton, Leslie Huff and Ambrose Lickteig. Mrs Dangelser died about 9:30 p.m. Friday in the Dangelser farm home three miles north and one- half mile west of Sexton. She had been ill since December, 1956. Cecelia Placklet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Xavier Placket, was born April 17,. 1901 in Alsace Lorraine. She came to the United States in 1924 and married Philip Dangelser Nov. 24 that year at Webster City. moved to the The Dangelsers LuVerne area in 1939 and from there to their pre sent home north of Sexton in 19494 Besides her husband, survivors include a daughter, Rose Cece lia, Algona; three sons, Nicolas and Amand, Algona, and Philip Bode; two sisters in Alsace-Lorraine and four 'grandchildren. Brundage Plans Resignation Soon G. D. orundage, manager of the local Iowa State Liquor store here for about 18 years, has in-. dicated he will resign in the near future, atlhough his decision is not definite. He is on vacation with his wife at Little Rock, Ark. now, reportedly looking for a home to buy. It is probable they will move to Arkansas if and when Mir Brundage resigns. Nothing definite will be known until they return about Easter. Harry Sabin Heads Creamery Harry, Sabin, well-known Algona farmer, was elected president of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Co. by the board of directors al an organizational meeting of that group late Wednesday afternoon. Floyd Bode was named vice president. Sabin, Bode, Fred Plumb, E. R. Mawdsley and Albert Schipull and secretary - manager M. P. Christiansen were all reelected during the business meeting of stockholders held in the V.F.W. earlier in the day. Plumb served as president the past year. The meeting was well-attended. had been on the staff since the Algona. The store opened. other children. Twins Die Soon After Birth Graveside rites for twin daughters of Mr and Mrs Gerald Gaedke of Algona were held at 4 p.m. Friday at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Rev. Luther Loesch, Trinity Lutheran minister, officiated. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. The little girls, born prematurely at St. Ann hospital late Thursday afternoon, April 4, died soon after birth. Mrs Gaedke is the former Geraldine Wit ham and ,Mr 3aedke is employed by Bed Priebe who farms northeast of The Gaedkes have no 300 Hear Judge At A. A. Meeting Judge Ray Harrison, well- tnown municipal court judge Tom Des Moines, was featured speaker at an open meeting of the local Alcoholics Anonymous chapter Sunday. About 300 persons attended the meeting at the V.*• iW» iTcUl. The Des Moines judge is founder of the now famous "court class". Membership of the group in Des Moines consists mostly of former human derelicts and they meet each Wednesday with the judge for a discussion of their individual problems. The plan is reportedly at least partially responsible for cutting arreste for intoxication from over 5,000 in 1955 to about 4,000 in 1956 and a saving of about $10,000 to taxpayers of Des Moines. Alcoholics Anonymous here got its start about ten years ago and has grown from an original group of eight men to a total of 45 persons. Ann M. Frankl At St. Cecelia Last rites for Mrs Ann M. Frankl, 71, long-time resident of Algona, were held Monday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia Catholic church with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery and Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Jack Dutton, L. A. Winkel, John Beiser, Charles Beringer, Si Roth and John Kohlhaas, Mrs Frankl died suddenly of a heart ailment about 6 p.m. Thursday in her home on north Jones street. Ann Murtha, daughter of Peter and Mary M. Murtha, was born at Zanesville, Ohio, June 7, 1885, She came with her faniily to Kossuth county and then to Algona as a small girl. She was married here to Joseph •'rankl in 1906 at St. Cecelia Catholic church. Mr Frank! succumbed during the influenza epidemic in December, 1918. Mrs Frankl became well - known while employed as a sales lady at the Chrischilles store here from 1927 to 1948. Three sons, Thomas, Kenneth and Leo, all of Algona; a. sister, Clara Murtha, Algona; two brothers, Frank, Fertile; and Pete, Fondu Lac, Wis.; and a grandson, Gary Frankl, with the air force at Tucson, Ariz., survive. $100 Fine For YoutUUn Defacing Case An 18-year old Livermore farm hand, Lynn Hanson, was fined $100 and costs after entering a plea of guilty to a charge of alteration or defacing of traffic devices in Justice C. H, Oat- winkle's court, Wednesday afternoon. Four juvehiles, all high school boys from the LuVerne area, were allegedly with Hanson the night of Mar. 29 when traffi signs and mail, boxes were upended north of LuVerne. They will be heard in juvenile court later. Following the plea by Hanson, he was returned to the county jail pending payment of the fine. If it is not paid, he will serve 30 days. Charges in the case were filed by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood following investigation of reports of damage in the LuVerne area. Wood and Dick Miller, LuVerne marshal, investigated the case Monday and came up with the necessary answers Monday night. ' According to the record, the five started out in Hanson's auto. They headed north from LuVerne, pulled up a detour sign near a bridge which is being repaired and tossed it in a ditch. ~ stop signs were knocked Council Posts To Algona Students Two Algona high school students, Jim Anderson and Linda Smith, were elected to positions 1 in the north central district student council set-up during a meeting at Belmond of that group Tuesday. Anderson was named district treasurer, while Miss Smith will become a representative on the state cabinet in October. Robert Stephens, advisor for he north central district which ncludes 20 counties, and Tom iutchison, Darlene Skogstrom, Marilyn Dreesman, Jerry Downey, Karen Hutchins and Tom Zenders were others who attended. License To Wed One wedding license was issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week- It went to Darrel R. Robinson and Marilyn, ,, ww , Kearney, both of Algona, AprU \gm, 6 Team Loop In Baseball Seen A meeting of teams interested in participating in the Kossuth County Baseball League this summer was held in the KG Hall here Tuesday night. Four teams, Bancroft, Algona, Lone Rock and Humboldt were represented, and Whittemore and Emmetsburg indicated they also want in the loop for the coming season. No definite answer has been received from Mallard or Rodman, other league teams a year ago. Any town interested in a possible tie-up with the league may get full particulars by contacting league president Stewart McFadden of Algona. Burt Scouts See Wild Life Films Burt — The Burt Boy Scouts with their parents held the regular meeting Monday evening, and guests were the Burt Cue Scouts, their parents and Oej* Mothers, with 80 attending. The meeting was conduete4 by the Scout Master, Ernest Lav* and was followed by pic- Two over next and then four mail boxes, In each case, the signs and boxes were thrown in the ditch. Com* ing to a bridge, a piece of pipe which served as a railing was pulled out and bent across the road, forming a dangerous obs- 'truction. Reports of the damage d,id not reach the sheriff's office until a week and a half later, when investigation began. '* •'•"' •';•••:-•>•'-' Three other pefgbiis :paia^fineif in Ostwlnkle's court this week. Milton W, aeitzenaue$, Corwith,* Esther ChVistenSph, Burt, and Gene R. Martini, Whittemore; each paid $5 and costs for failing to have valid license plates, YOUNGSTERS POT 'SHOT AT RAILROAD MEN Ah unknown conductor on a North Western freight train narrowly missed a serious eye injury' as the result of a BB gun attack VIonday. The conductor and a brakeman were in a caboose in the local 'ard at the time. Two boys, one 12, the other 13, from AlgonaJ fired away at the caboose and' shattered a window; A sliver of glass shot across the caboose and missed the conductor's eye by inches. The brakeman jumped out ofl the car and chased the two boys while the conductor notified Police Chief Al Boekelman. The two were apprehended, and later released so they could return to their hpmes. The boys reportedly found a roll of money containing $15 about two weeks ago. They secretly purchased two BB .guns locally and hid them so theS parents wouldn't know f : about them. They got a ehswte' to use, them Monday, but not for long, for they were confiscated follow* ing the shooing incident. Three other BB guns hava been confiscated recently, and similar action will be taken against any misuse of guns by others. 6. * Service, Swine Assn. Men Visit At Ames Directors of the newly forme4 Swine Improvement Association md several others went to Ames, March 29, and spent a half daw with Dr. Ralph Durham, exten* sion swine breeding specialist; learning how to probe hogs. They visited the boar testing station and also the swine breeding station. The swine breeding station has about 1200 hogs with all breeds represented. They do expert* niental work on line breeding, in» breeding, hybridization, etc, It was very interesting, Those making the trip were •*» Warren Brones and Clifford Va»» Berkunj, Swea City; Albert David Kollaaph, Baaeroft! Laabs, Lone Rock B We technicians the

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