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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1954
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Resident of Whiftemore 51 Years Passes Whitiemore—Funeral services lor John J. Keene, 77, were held Saturday morning, July 17, at 9 o'clock in 'St. Michael's Catholic church, Rev. William Veit officiating at the requiem high mass. Six of his grandsons were pallbearers, Harold, Melvirt, and John VohBank, Jr., Erwin, Marvin and William Keene. Mr Keene was the son of Casper and Kath'erine Keene and was born Feb. 18, 1877 in Germany. He migrated to th,e United Stales with his parents when a lad of four and has lived continuously in this vicinity for the past 51 years. He was engaged as a drainage contractor. On January 8, 1902, he was married to Lena Kollasch at Livermore. Mr and Mrs Keene were blessed with eleven children which are all living. He leaves to mourn his death his loving wife, seven sons and four daughters as follows: (Christine) Mrs John VonBank, Bode;- Joseph Keene, Irvington; Roy Keene, West Bend; Ralph Keene, Livermore; Peter Keene, Baldwin Park, Calif.; (Gertrude) Mrs Jake Hartman, Rodman; John Jr., Livermore; Donald Keene, Fort Dodge; (Bernadine) Mrs John Weber, West Bend; (Helen) Mrs Joseph Turesek, Iowa City; and M/Sgt. Eugene Keene, Stadium Park, Iowa City. He also leaves 38 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren and three brothers, Theodore Keene of Whittemore, and Casper and Anthony Keene of Des Moines. His parents and five brothers preceded him in death. Mr Keene who has been ailing for several years Wednesday afternooii complained that he was not feeling as usual grid felt chilled. Iri the evening he became seriously -ill and was rushed to St. Ann hospital in Algona, where he passed away early Thursday morning, July 15. Mr-Keene will be greatly missed by those who knew him as he was always a jolly and a friendly personality. He was. a loving husband and was happiest when his- family and their children were with him. Burial was at St. Michael's cemetery, with the Hyink Funeral Home in charge. Mrs Bargman Rites July 13 Af Whiff emore Whiitemore—Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon,. July 13, with a short service at 1:30 at the Vic Bargmann home and at 2 p.rri; in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore for Mrs Minnie Bargman, ?8< Rev P. G. Weinhold officiated. Minnie Albertina, the daughtei of Fred t and Friederika Schultz, was born at Elmhurst, 111., in Sept. of 1875. She came to Iowa with her parents at the age of seven. They established their home on a farm 3'/2 miles south of Whittemore. She attended the rural schools ar]M also the pato- chial school in Whittemore, and was confirmed by the late Rev. William Faulstich. On Feb. 13, 1901 she was united in marriage to Henry. Bargman and moved to their farm two miles east ol Rodman. HeB husband died in 1940. She was one of the oldest members of St. Paul's church of which she was a devout and faithful member. Mr and Mrs Bargman were the parents of eight children, Henry of Des Moines; William of West Bend; Erwin of Emmetsburg;, arid Vic of Rodman; (Henriette) Mrs Hans Thompson o f Seneca; (Leona) Mrs' Scott DeSart of Fenton; (Lillian) Mrs W. J. Jones of Kansas City, Mo. There are also 22 grandchildren and two great grandchildren and two brothers, Charlie Schultz of Lone Rock and Ferdinand Schultz of Vinton. One son George preceded her in death. Pallbearers were Arthur Helmke, John Mersch, Walter Vaudt, Jake Hartman; Lester .VanHorn, and Victor Dau. Burial-was at the Lutheran cemetery beside the grave of her husband. Mrs Bargman became seriously ill about two months ago and although the best of medical care was given her. She grew steadily worse and died Saturday, July 10, at the Memorial hospital in Emrnetsburg. She had a pleasant disposition and was a kind and loving neighbor always willing with a helping hand if she was needed. She will be greatly missed by her family. LuVerne Girl To Wed Aua. 22 August 22 has Deen set as the date for the wedding of Carmen Kollman, pictured above, daughter of Mrs Elda Kollman and tne, late Rev. V. Kollman of LuVerne and Harold Nielson, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs H«rold Nielson, also of LuYerne.. The ceremony will be performed in trie Zion Lutheran church in LuVerne. Photo by, Buntrock - Salie Studio, Storm Lake. "''•''''. \' '"••' Bancroft Man Has A Relapse Bancroft—Earnest - Hutchinson was taken ,by Garry ambulance to St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Sunday evening. Mr Hutchinson fell from a load of hay two weeks 'ago and was a patient of St.-Ann hosoital. He had been brought to his home here and Sunday he had a relapse and was taken to Rochester. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ASSESSOR ESTIMATE NOTICE—The County Conference Board of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 3, 1054, nt 2:00 P. M. at Court Room. Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate o£ expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1955. , ' Mrs. Horace D. Clapsaddle Clerk County Conference Board Mrs John Stone, West Bend, Dies Funeral Services for Mrs Joliri M. Stone, 79, a longtime resident of West Bend, were held Sunday, July 18, at the Presbyterian church- at West Bend. Rev. C. Pancoast officiated, and burial was in the West Bend cemetery, with the Bogaard Funeral Home in chaVge of arrangements.;',- • : Mrs Stone passed away last Thursday evening at the.ihqnie o£ a daughter in Sioux City,'where she had been living the past few- months. ' ... V Surviving are twb.. sons,., Albert of Ottosen and Wilbur of Rifle, Colo., an'd a daughter,, Mrs R&lph Lindgreh of Sioux City.- A brp,- ther liehman, lives at Webster City! '-There are also eight grand*children and..four great-grandchildren. Her husband^ preceded her in death in 1953. Pallbearers .were Eugene and' Ralph '-Struthers, B. L. Block, Thomas Olson, Wm. Johnson and Archie Pertl. . !., > Mrs Stone was born in »Maryland, moving when a small child to Illinois with her family and later while a girl to the Algona area. She had lived since then in the Algona-West Bend area. Girl, 9, Steps On A Pitchfork Wesley—Elaine 'Neuroth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Urban Neuroth, stepped on a pitch fork at her home Saturday, July 9 and sustained a badly-cut foot. She was taken to Britt for treatment. Engaged To Wed Lone Rock—Mrs 'Ellen Cherland announces the engagement of her daughter, Arlet, to Frank Long of Goldfield. Wm. N. Farrow Dies At Age 77 William N. Farrow, 77, whose home is between Bancroft and Lakota, died this morning at 6 a.m. following a lingering illness. ' Funeral arrangements are in Charge of Garry Funeral Home, md have not been completed. 3urial will be in Greenwood emetery. Mr Farrow is survived by his Concert Conceled Whillemore—The Band Concert scheduled for Wednesday night will be cancelled as Whittemore's instructor, D. Conrad will leave Tuesday, July 20 to serve in the military service. Rumors are that the school board will try an,d get some one in one of the surrounding towns fcxr rehearsals and also for concerts. FUNDS | ditui ear Expenditui For Year 1953 •ol a- 2§a> a %%~. 1-3 = •a^a Esti Une Bal il •a a ..sf '•«« 2 3 Amoun Neces to be by Ta low County-'-AssBSfior t'.303oti 40,087 '*' '"* in',000 2,000 35,000 TOTALS ,„ .30,309 40,867 37,000 2.000 35,000 BARGAINS AT FOWLERS! MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE One Lot — ladies and Misses Sport and Dress Skirts. 5.95 - 7.95 values 3.95 All Sports Wear 25 to 33 1/3% Off Final Bathing Suit Clearance V2 Price Ladies Hose, fine color and size assortment. 1.50 and 1.65 values — special 1.19 Pr. New shipment Plaid Tissue Gingham Blouses Reg. 1.98 values 2 for $3.00 Children's Sports Wear, all types and . Styles-All 1/3 Off Close Out Broken Sizes in Ladies Playtex Girdles, 4.95 - 5.95 - 6.95 values 2,98 Bouffant Nylon Petticoats 3.95 values 1.98 Fina! Clearance All Ladies Hats Values to 5.95 — Choice 1.00 Children's Dresses — Broken Sizes, Assorted styles, values to 5.95 - Choice _,.__ Vt. Price UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth^Count^^^ ^^ No. I 6764 i ^,V-* l_l »fc ••• April Term, 1954 an instrument ol writln- ,-_-,-- , to be the lost Will and Testament o£ Max Kalen, Deceased, dated Jan ,Y, ar / 15, 1951, having been this day filed opened and read. Monday the 2nd day of August, 1954, is fixed for hear ing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the Distric Court of said County, or the Clerk o said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all per sons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why instru ment should not be probated and al lowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, XTuly 19 1954. Alma Pearson (SEAL) Clerk ofDistrict Court McMahon &. Cassef, Attorneys' '. l^ublishcd July 20, 1954, in-the Al gona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines). wife, Nellie, and nine children. They nre: Mrs Nick Sandt, Bancroft; Edward, Brainerd, Minn.; Mrs Lawrence Blocker, Brooton, Minn.; Harold, Webb, la.; -Mrs Maxine Sten/el, Delavan, Minn.; Mrs Donald Grimm, Titonka and Lucille, Ray and Verdon at home. A sister, Mrs Mary Me Guire, Bancroft; and four brothers, Richard, Sauk Center, Minn.; Ben and John, Lakota and Harry, Bancroft, also survive. IS 102 At Waukon, Mrs Mary Ann Week-End Specials Factory Overstock NATIONALLY ADVERTISED $4 and $5 QUALITY White Summer Wedgies ALSO POPULAR COLORS Here they arel The comfy, good- looking wedgies you love to wear all summer. Cushioned heels I Top-grain, smooth leather and genuine nylon mesh. Slender to wide widths. Women's sizes to 10. Women's Shoes - SAVE TO Styles to wear now and into fall. Drastically reduced for quick clearance. Famous labels including Tiffany Originals, Chianli, Carolynne, Flyabouts and Teen-Town Sports. High, medium and low heels. All sizes but not in every style. Children's Barefoot Sandals 1.66 Values to 2.49. Made of selected quality leathers expertly crafted for growing feet. Red or brown. Sizes 5 to 8, Si/2 to 12 and 12'/ 2 to 3. BOYS' NO-IRON PLISSE SPORT SHIRTS Beautiful, fast-color, allover plisse prints. No ironing. Will not shrink 1 Assorted colors O I Sizes 8 to 18 — «pl. BOYS' 2.29 NYLON SPORT SHIRTS Cool, featherweight nylon. Maize blue or tan I fif Sizes 8 to 18 I §U I Tuesday, Jufy 20, 1954 Afgona (In.) Upper De* Molne*-3 Healy observed her 102nd birthday anniversary on July 1. She's one of Iowa's oldest. To Let Contract ' A tentative letting of a contract for construction of a new fire station and town hall at Whitlemore has been set for Aug. 18, at Whittemore, Melvin Roeber, town clerk, reports. ADVERTISING In the Algont Upper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county than any other publication. A Few Words to Farmers About Baler and Binder TWINE We are selling a twine here this season that is finding such a good reception by farmers of this area, that we thought we would write a few words about it. This is the "HAY CHIEF" Baler and Binder Twine, and we are exclusive dealers in this area for it. It is made from sisal grown and manufactured in Yucatan, and imported to this country by the Paul Dee Co. This is a top quality twine, and we have been selling it all season. As yet we have not had ono complaint on it. Many farmers took small orders on it to start with, fellows who do considerable baling, and have been back with repeat orders of 20 and 30 bales. HAY CHIEF twine is guaranteed to be -full strength and full length. If is absolutely free from all knots, and runs true and smooth in the baler or binder. There are no thin or thick spots in Hay Chief twine. It is also treated with insect and rodent repellent, and is protected against mold. You will like this twine. It is absolutely a top quality twine, and you will be pleased and surprised to know that it is priced with any competitive twine. For Further Particulars on Hay Chief Twine mi Come-in and Ask to Talk to J. J. BRADLEY i Algona Phone 714 S & L famous for the NEWEST IN cotton fashions • brings you . . . 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