The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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August 4/1955 Stesfjltomes August 4,1955 Doyle Sanders, 5Uuccumb$ At Bancroft Bancroft—Funeral services for ?? yle *? anders - 54 « who passed away Thurs. eye., July 21 -fit his home here were held at the Baptist Church, Swea City, Monday July 25, at 2 o'clock with burial in Harrison Township Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home had charge of arrartgements. Mr Sanders had been ill .for several monthsi suffering from a heart condition. He suffered a heart attack Thursday evening and passed away, at 10:30 the same evening, Mr and Mrs Sanders moved from the Seneca neighborhood to Bancroft just three months ago. Besides his wife Eunice, he'leaves six children and three brothers. Weds At Cedar Rapids ' • 5°"? a Lampe, daughter of Mr ?. nd , Mr . si H..K. Lampe,' became the bride of Maynard Long, in a ceremony performed in the Catholic Church in Cedar Rapids v Saturday morning.. Ddhfla is a graduate, of Str John's Catholic schopl and St. Jdseph's nursing school of Mafshalltown. She has bee« employed at St. Luke's hospital, Cedar ftapids, the past yeaf Mr Long ,is also employed in Cedar Rapids where they will make their home. Attending the ceremony from here were, her parertls, Mr and Mrs H. K. Lampe and family, Mr and ; Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi, her grandparents and Mrs Francis Wilhelmi, Algoria. A large group of friends and relatives attended funeral services for Frank Clark, father of H. V. Clark. Services were held Friday at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Grogan and Terry and daughter, Mrs Henry Arndorfer, and family attended funeral services for Mrs Grogan's mother in Geneseo, 111. Mrs T. D. Garry and Louise were in Corwith Wednesday where they attended a bridal shower honoring Miss Oxley who was married July 23 in Corwith to Pat Garry, son of Mr and Mrs T.D. Garry. The Garry family attended the wedding. Mr and Mrs Ralph Priebe of Austin spent a couple of days with the latter's brother, Axel iratlUnd and wife. Mr and Mrs Pnebe have sold their farm at Austin artd will go to California p^ , ; .. £-, :; I • Parish ic, St. Benedict, Aug. 7 for a visit with their son Gor don, then plan to move to AHz onaV The Priebes are former Bancroft residents. -. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke $ daughters spent Sunday at the Tom Lensing home in Ames. Alice "and Janice remained for u week's visit. A bridal shower honoring Phyllis Elsbecker was held Thursday evening in St. John's Hall. Miss Elsbecker will be married in the near future to Ralph Simon of St. Benedict. The wedding will take place here. Word was received here Saturday of the birth of a daughter So Mr and Mrs Vincent Welsh of Sedar Rapids on July 22. Mrs Welsh is the former Helen L,ampe, daughter* of Mr and Mrs 3. K. Lampe. Mr and Mrs F. X Wilhelmi and Mrs Henry Lampe are the grandparents. This is the first child for the Welshs and ,he first grandchild for Mr and VIrs H. K.-Lampe. More : people commit suicide wittt a fork than with a knife. 13 Percent More Feeder Cattle i This Year There were 13 percent more cattle on feed on the first of Ju1.< this year than a year ago. , Thd increase in the 13 main feeding states came despite greater slau* ghter • of fed cattle during the previous three months than a year ago. • ' .; j California 'continued to shoigj the biggest increase in cattle off feed over a year ago—33 per| centi , In general, the feeding ift up more outside the Corn Belfl than in'the Corn Belt because on the shifting of land from wheatj and cotton into feed grains. j Data on the cattle situation: in lown, Illinois, Nebraska and California indicates only slightly more long fed cattle will be available to market from four states during the next, month' or two than a year ago. But about 15 percent more short feds wil: be available. Francis Kutish, extension economist at Iowa State College, says the picture we get 'from these data indicates there will not be a repeat of greater than ndrmal fall price rises in slaughter cattle that took place last year. But there is some hope for a rise in the upper grudes of slaughter cattle, between now and September or early October. This looks like a year when feeding profits will have to come from the ability to put on gains at a profit. Under such conditions, lighter cattle carry an advantage since they can put on more pounds of gain. 'The big question is whether feeders will bid this advantage away In the form of premiums for the light cattle. Legion Officers Installed Here A joitit meeting of the American Leg;ion and American Legion Auxiliary was held lust night (Wednesday) in the shelter house at Call.'State Park. Besides installation of officers for the- new year, the large group assembled enjoyed a sweet corh feed, with all the trimmings. Ne»w officers are Everett Baldus, commander; Russell Buchanan, first vice commander; Dr. Schaap, second vice commander; Stnh Muckey, third vice com,- mahder; John Spencer, treasurer'; Ray Besch, adjutant; Rev. O. L. NeJspn, chaplain; and Leo CasseJ, serfvice officer. Retiring commander is Bless R. Rusk. Eighth district commander, Don Hemmingsen, was the installing otl'icer. Be sure your idea is sound before you sound off. Annual Event Sunday For 80 Families Si. Benedict—The St. Benedict parish will have a picnic on Aug. 7,. It will -be held on the churc'h ground. There are about 80 families who will attend. Each family will bring a picnic dinner. Coffee, pop, and ice cream will be available. Mrs Art Rosenmeyer and Mrs Nick Eischen attended the summer workshop program at Titonka on Wednesday, July 27. . Mrs Nick Eischen and son, Martin, spent the weekend at Owatonna with the former's sister Mrs Phillips, and 'laughters and at Wascca with Casper Kays^r brother of Mrs Kisf/'non and at Ellen- tliile wjlh Mr nnd Mrs Cluster Snwyer the hitter n niece of Mrs N. Eischen. Mr and Mrs Nick Eisrhon and Mr and Mrs Alex Eisclu-n attended the funeral of Jumos Thllges at St. Joe last Friday. The men are cousins of Mr Thilges. Nick Eischen is assisting at the store during the absence of Mi- Fisher. Mr and Mrs Dennis Lickteig and Mr and Mrs Otmar Fisher went to Tucson,. Ariz, a week URO und will be gone another week. High prize was won by Mrs Ben Dorr at the curd party held July 28 at the home of Mrs Philip Arndorfer. Mrs Hurley Waller was a guest. RUNAWAY ' Runaway teams are not too common in Iowa any more. At Emmfetsburg, a team owned by Simon Cullignn got frightened and ran away in the city. A tree trunk helped stop the runaway. 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