Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR I ALL-KOSSUTH SCHOOL BALL TEAMPICKE The All - Kossuth" high scho baseball team has been picke, and play in a sectional tourna ment at Bancroft beginning to day and will last through Frida and Saturday. A district tournament will be held later, place not yet decided, and a state tournament will bill held later at Manson. As is his custom, Edw. Thaves formerly of Burt, now Bankeri Life Representative at Algonal picked the team. Mr. Thaves who has for many years been ar ardent baseball fan, made his al county selections mostly frorr play personally seen during the county tournament last week a' Fenton, Burt, and Titonka. His team follows: All-County Team. Darrell Bait, Titonka, secont base. Carter, Burt, shortstop. Hof, Lu Verne, center field. Korie, Tilonka, third base. P. Merriam, Lu Verne, firs base. Schmidt, Fenton, left field. Eimers, Burt, right field. Dick Bait, Titonka, catcher. Krause, Fenion, pilcher. Long, Burl, pitcher. Bruns, Tilonka, pitcher. Reasons for Selections. In comment, Mr. Thaves gave! the following reasons for his se- 1 lections: "Darrell Batt for second base ! because he is the surest fielder, heady in play, and a troublesome boy at the plate. "Carter because he is one of the best shortstops in county high school circles and has few equals in covering ground. "The outfield was a weak sister this year and hard to determine, but Hof seemed, on the whole, best choice. "Korte is the best high school third baseman I have seen work in the county, and he is also a dangerous hitter. "Schmidt was placed in right field because he is valuable as a relief pitcher. "Eimers is also a hustler in the field, and at times he also hits well. "Dick Batt, in my estimation, did the best job of catching in the tournament. However, there were a few other boys worthy of recognition. Three Pilchers. "Three pitchers were chosen for tournament play. Krause, Long, and Bruns are perhaps the best corps of pitchers the county tournaments have seen in some time, considering all - around play. They are not only dangerous hitters, but can all handle the out and in fields in excellent style. "Other boys who look good and would not impair this team are Hardcopf and Meyer, Lu Verne Hammerstrom and Weiske, Burt Kollasch, Swea City (a comer) Hoover, Titonka; Thilges, Fenton Berg, Swea City, showed hit'ing power in a game with Lu Verne. When the foregoing mention was written Mr. Thaves was not yet informed on the counties to be represented in the sectional tournament. College Youth Gets Call to Washington John C. Phillips, freshman at the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, received a wire from Washington, D! C., yesterday morning asking him to report Monday morning for work in the Federal Service. He is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips here, and his father is secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. John plans to attend night school at George Washington university while in government service. MRS, LANNING, EX-ALGONIAN, DIES TUESDAY Garnet M'Donell in Minnesota Accident _ Union Twp., May 6—Mrs. Er- vm Turner received word today that her brother Garnet McDonell, Whittemore, had had a car accident this side of Rochester He was returning from that joint ?u ter having taken his mother to the Mayo clinic. The cause of the accident is unknown at this t™ 6 . McDonell was taken to a Keel Wing, Minn., hospital, where it was fownd that he was not seriously injured, but had suffered bruises on his right side and back. He will be at the hospital for a few days. An unknown passenger with him was seriously injured. 1 * Paul Southgate to Be Aerial Surgeon Lieut. Com. Paul Southgate, brother of Mrs. T. T. Herbst here! is now taking a course in "flight" surgery at Pensacola, Fla., and he expects to be through by May 20 when he will be assigned to an unknown destination. "Flight" surgery is surgery in airplanes in urgent cases. Doctor Southgate was formerly an eye, far, nose, and throat specialist at San Diego. Mrs. Southgate and the two children are with him at Pensacola for the present; Sylvia M. Lanning, for many years a resident of Algona, died of stroke and complications Tuesday evening at her son Raymond's at Webb, where she had Deen an invalid since October 1940. Funeral services will be held at the McCullough chapel here :omorrow (Friday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Harry M. Burns, local Methodist pastor, in charge. Mrs. Lanning was a member of the church and when she lived here she attended the Sunday school. Burial will be made beside the »rave of Mrs. Lanning's late hus- sand, J. E. Lanning, in the Wes- ey cemetery. Born in County, Mrs. Lanning, who was born in Seneca township April 26, 1871, was just past her 71st birthday. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Fish, Seneca pioneers. After the death of Mr. Fish, Mrs. Fish moved to Algona, and Mrs Lanning lived here with' he mother till the letter's death. Mrs. Lanning was educated in the Seneca schools and at the olc Algona normal 'school. For manj years before she was married she taught rural schools in nort] Kossuth. Marriage took place in Sep tember, 1898, and the couple set tied at Wesley, where Mr. Lan ning was a jeweler. Two children were born, but one, a daughter died in infancy. The son Raymond is vocational agriculture teacher in the Webb and Gillette "rove schools. Lived Here With Mother. After Mr. Lanning died in 1901, Mrs. Lanning, at the request of her parents, closed her Wesley home, sold the business and went to live with Mr. and Mrs. Fish. Her mother died in June, 1935. Besides the son, Mrs. Lanning is survived by two granddaughters, Sylvia Rae and Mary Ellen, also by a grandson, Walter Charles, and three sisters: Mrs. W. C. Richmond, Algona; Mrs. E. K. Junkins, Kinmundy, 111.; and Mrs. W. G. Smith, Swea City. Two other sisters and two brothers are dead. GODSONS PALL BEARERS FOR MRS, FABER Coming for the funeral of Mrs. Theo. Faber, whose death Saturday at her home 3% miles southeast of West Bend was reported in last week's Upper Des Moines, were: Nick Hoffmann, Dubuque, daughter Louise, son Clarence; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Popenheim, Raymond Popenheim, Mrs. Walter Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schwrigrot, all of New Hampton; Irvin Eischen, Fort Snelling, Minn.; the John Mersches, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Henry Faber, Casselton, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Eischen, Waseca, Minn.; Esther Popenheim, Chicago. At Mrs. Faber's request before death, six godsons—Marvin, Raymond, and Edward Eischen, Theo. Bonnstetter, Floryen Faber, and Virgil Roethler—served as pallbearers at Sts. Peter & Paul's church, West Bend, and at :he West Bend Catholic c'eme- :ery, where burial was made in the same lot with the graves of her husband and a son, Mrs Faber was a devoted Catholic all her life and was active in all the church's organizations for women. Last June, after a sickness of three weeks, Mrs. Faber was taken to the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn. An operation was performed at St. Mary's hospital for a malignant obstruction, and the prognosis was unfavorable. She was taken back early in March in a last attempt to save her life, but nothing could be done. Her daughter Mildred, a registered nurse there, came home with her R. W. flmunson OPTOmCTRIST Six A. H. S. Pupils Win Music Ratings Four Algona high school students won superior ratings in the State music contest at Spencer Friday and Saturday. They were- 'Bill' Burns, cornet solo; Dick Dale, baritone saxophone; 'Bill' Kohl, bass clarinet; and LaVonne Wolcott, bassoon. Dottie Kuchynka won an excellent rating with 3 flute solo; and Dick Woodward won a good rating with a baritone euphonium solo. Mrs. Dan Jensen has been directing the students since her husband left or a new position in Mississippi. AIR CORPS GRADUATE. Chanute Field, 111., May G— Pvt. Walter C. Beardsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley, of Algona, la., was graduated recently from the Chanute Field branch of the U. S. army corps technical schools. FOR SALE—HOUSED 3 LOTS and garage, in Burt.—Inquire Advance. llp33-36 and cared .for her .till 'the end Mt*. Saber died in her 69th year Mi-s. Faber was the only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Martin Eischen. Her son Richard died in August, 1927; her htisbahd; 6n October 23, 1937 The son George and the daughters Carolyn and Adeline are a home. A brother Philip died January 22, 1927, at KaliSpell Mont. Of three grandchildren one, Aria Jean, daughter of the son Melvin, died January 17 this year. , Farewell Party for Two Lu Verne Boys Lu Verne, May 6 — Some 25 friends of Victor and Hector Knary gave a farewell party for them at the Knary home last week Tuesday evening prior to their leaving for the army. Each was presented with a pocket knife and a purse with money. The following day they went to Des Moines for physical examinations, and Victor was sent home due to a hand injury he ortce suffered. Lichter Reelected By Veterinarians Dr. M. I. Lichter, Burt, was reelected president of the North Central Iowa Veterinary Medical association at the annual conven- i ? 2£ the distri ct at Fort Dodge last Thursday. More than 100 veterinarians attended the one- day conference.' Wives of the veterinarians were entertained at a luncheon at the Wahkonsa hotel at noon, and the entire group had a dinner-dance in the evening. A,H,S,TRACK TEAM DEFEATS BRITT'SBOYS Tlie Algona high school boys and the Britt boys had a track meet Tuesday here, and the result was 73 1/3 points to 56 2/3 in favor of Algona. The new local coach, Stephen Cox, was in charge of the Algona team, and individual results of the meet were: High hurdle—Peterson, Britt, first; Charbbnneau, Britt, second; Holmes, Algona, third. 100-yard dash—Calhoun, Algona, first; Olson, Britt; R. Skilling, Algona. ' Mile relay — Palmer Algona; Weiss, Britt; Lashbrook, Algona. 880-yard relay—Algona, first; !R. Skilling, Holdren, Gunder, Calhoun). 440-yard dash—Sharmon, Britt; Geigel, Algona; Carsten, Britt. Low hurdles — Stephens, Al- jona; Peterson, Britt; Hughes, Britt. 880 yards—Gunder, Algona; Eisman, Britt; Wallrett, Britt. 220-yard dash—Calhoun, Al- jona; Holdren, Algona; Olson, Britt. Mile relay — Algona, first Stephens, .Geigel, Holmes, Lash)rook). Shot, Geigel, Algona; Holdren; Algona; Pigmian, Britt. Discus, Geigel, Algona; Peterson, Britt; R. Skilling, Algona. High jump—Holmes, Algona; tie . for second; Turner, Algona; Peterson and BeamatvBfitt.. . Broad jump ^ Stephens, At? Seaman and Charbbnneauj fv FOR SALE—RED ROAN GELD- ing, 10 yrs. old. — P. ,.F. Ludwig, Whittemore. Ilp34 LOST APRIL 30, ALGONA, $5 bill, three dollar bills. Reward. —Notify Advance. 12p34 air CONSTIPATION And Colon Troubles — Free Book If afflicted with Colon and Rectal troubles, or Stomach conditions, write today for large 122- Pflge FREE BOOK. McCleary Clinic, HE 501 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No .4897. IN'DISTRICT COURT. STATE of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss January term, 1942 To All Whom It May Concern: • You are hereby notified, that an .instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Gustav Bunkofske, deceased, dated March 16, 1931, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 1st day of June, 1942, is • fixed 'or hearing proof of same at the -ourt House in Algona, Iowa, be:ore the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all jersons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and ;how cause if any they have, why aid instrument should not be srobated and allowed as and for he last Will and Testament of aid deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 6, KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy. Attorney. 34.35 I'm Going to Get In on That! I'll Hurry Down Before It's Over to HENRY FIELD SEED & Nl'QSERY STORES ALGONA football throw—Hughes, BriWi' Holdren, Algona; Cbarbonneauy Bf poie vault—Bfitt, first, second, third. June 2nd u Rally Day for 4-H Girl* June 2 haS been set as the an* hual 4-H girls' Rally day. The event will be held at the Burt high school building, and there will be a half-day session instead of the customary all-day meeting. Miss Schultz, home f'gent, announces the time na 1 to 5 p. m. Chairmen have also been chosen for the day: Mrs. Ray Miller, Titonka, program; Mrs. Robert Masterson, Corwit.h, bos' pitality; Mrs. Roy Budlong, Titonka, platform; Emma Gutknecht, Lakota, election of officers; Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Algona, ushering; Mrs. G. G. Pefferman, Swea City, registration. Nearly 200 Eighth Graders in 'Exams' A total of 191 eighth graders took state eighth grade examina-. tions in the county Friday. Sev- enyt-two rural pupils wrote in Algona; 36 at Lakota; 21 at Burt; eight at Swea City; six at Lu Verne. Forty - eight parochial eighth graders wrote Friday in their own schools. The papers are being corrected at the superintendent's office, but results are not yet available. i ret Wedding etleyan Announcd . , married to Audfa. daughter 6f ; Mr. and. MM. Johtt Corey, Britt, Wednesday, April B. at Nofthwood. The couple kept the event secret for a time. Vincent is employed by the Farmers Service Cd., Mason City. His Wife had also been working at Mason City. Vincent was recently transferred to Wisconsin Rapids, wis. His wife visited his parents here, then left for Wisconsin Saturday. Plan to Organize 9th Scout County Chester D. George, Boy Scout executive in the Prairie Gold Area, ;A n t° ne . Johnson, County a meeting to * County. Hamm gani 'e county amonT Prairie Gold AT* I — : ' : _^|| I "Hip Boots'' Sportsmen's Fly Weight Clay Color Cleated Sole Boots. 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