The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 23, 1956
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des MolnM Tuesday, October 23, 1956 Rites Monday At Wesley For Rose Laux, 85 Funeral services for Mrs Rose Laux, 85, of Wesley, wore held at 9 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley with Fr. L. Klein officiating. Burial was in the cemetery there and arrangements were in charge of Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona. Six grandsons served as pallbearers. Mrs Laux died Friday morning at St. Ann hospital in Algona where she had been a patient since Dec. 24. 1950. Rose Raskoos. daughter of Michael and Margaret Raskops. was born August 27. 1871 at Madison, Wis. She moved with her parents as a child to Stanhope, and had been a resident of Kossuth county since 1901. She was married to Mathew Laux Feb. 6. 1893 at Gilbert. Her husband preceded her in death. Survivors include four daughters, Mae (Mrs A. J. Garman), Clara (Mrs Henry Haverly). Catherine (Mrs A. J. Setter), and Emma (Mrs E. M. Olson), all of Wesley; four brothers, Paul and Michael Raskops, Marshalltown, Frank Raskops, Melbourn, and Henry Raskops, Webster City: two sisters; Mary (Mrs Fisher), Deerlodge, Mont., and Sister Mary Purissima, Ottumwa; 33 grandchildren and 71 great- grandchildren. Mrs Laux was a member of C. D. of A. Patricia Quiitn A First Lieut. In AF Nurse Corps Traffic Fines Two persons paid fines for traffic violations in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. Edwin J. Hammer, Algona, paid $10 and tosts for careless driving and Elaine E. Teeter, Algona, was fined $5 and costs for a stop sign violation. ITie salary of the Lt. Gov. of Iowa is $4,000 per session of the state legislature. ALGONA NEWS 1600 On Your Dial Over KLGA Daily Except Sunday At 11:55 A.M. From the news rooms of the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Patricia Quinn Patricia Eileen Quinn, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Quinn of Bancroft, has been commissioned a first lieutenant in the Air Force Nurses Corps, and reports Oct. 28 for a three weeks orientation course betore reporting tc Maxwell Air Force Base m Alabama for permanent duty. Patricia is a graduate of St. John's high at Bancroft, where she was a class leader in 1947, and in 1951 graduated from the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, where she took nurse's training. She has been in nursing service in St. Paul since then, and is a member of the American Nurses Ass'n and the Minnesota Nurses Ass'n. Time To Change, Morning Train A change in time for the morning westbound "Sioux", No. 11, of the Mihyaukee Road, was announced this week. When daylight savings time is terminated in the Chicago area, Sunday, Oct. 28, the new schedule will go into effect. Train No. 11 will leave Chicago at 7:15 p.m. instead of 8:55 p.m and will arrive in Algona at 8:24 a.m., which is about two hours earlier than the case at present. The Sioux will reach Canton. S. D. at 12:25 p.m. instead of 2:25 p.m. as at present. At Feeders Day Attending Cattle Feeders Day at Ames on Oct. 17, were Bob Johnson, Algona; John Schnakenberg, Iryington 1 , Robert Liljedahl, TitonkaY Frank Brusie, Algona. the new! Sensational! I PICO Fully Automatic ADDING MACHINE A Real Miniature Precision Built Adding Machine. See How It Works! FREE DEMONSTRATIONI Full One Year Warranty and Lifetime Registration Ideal For Farm Figuring, Small Business, Sales Clerks, Salesmen, School Work Upper Des Moines Office and School Supply Division PHONE 1100 ALGONA Complete With Carrying Case Nov. 3Q Final Conservation Signup Date The final date for accepting soil bank conservation reserve contracts starting this year has been extended to November 30, according to R. T. Anderson, chairman of the Kossuth county ASC committee. The previously announced deadline date for signing conservation reserve contracts starting in 1956 was October 15. Contracts starting in 1957 may be signed up to next March 15. Under the general conservation reserve plan, farmers enter contracts to divert designated cropland to conservation uses for a period running from 3 to 15 years. In return, they will receive an annual per-acre payment, which is $13 in Kossuth county. In cases where the contracts run for five or more years, participating farmers will also receive up to 80 percent of the cost of establishing approved conservation practices on the re-served land. Conservation reserve land cannot be grazed or cropped. To qualify for conservation reserve payments, participating farmers must also comply with all acreage allotments, or soil bank corn base, in-effect on their farms. 2 Kin Killed In Auto Crash LuVerne—L. C. Wittmeier and daughter Sharon went Wednesday to Avon, S. D., to attend funeral rites Thursday for relatives killed in a car mishap Sunday Killed were his grandfather, John Wittmeier. 90, his daughter, Miss Alvena Wittmeier, 58. In critical condition is another daughter and her husband, Mr and Mrs Dave Lamb and another daughter with minor injuries, Mrs Susie Sattler. It is believed that Mr Lamb, driver of the car, suffered a stroke losing control of the car They were enroute to the home of a son of John Wittmeier for Sunday dinner when the accident took place. Neighbors Aid At Livermore Farm Livermore — Roy Brown, who underwent surgery last week at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, got a helping hand from neighbors who went to his farm with four pickers and picked his corn. Those doing the work were Robert Crocker, Link Olson, Ray Zeimet, Laurence Fuhrmanri, A. J. Hohn, Robert' Holland, Mark Rolland, Archie Rolland, Cletus Hundertmark, Dick Cran and Charles Brown. Assisting Mrs Brown with the dinner were Mrs Robert Rolland and Mrs Dick Cran. / Wesley an Loses End Of Finger Wesley — Ray Penning suffered a painful injury to his left hand, last Tuesday, while helping load sacks of fertilizer from a bin to a Newbrough truck in Britt. The end of his ring finger on the left hand was torn off when it caught on the auger on the truck. Roy is a son of Mr and Mrs John Penning and is employed by R. E. Newbrough. Teen-Age Dance There will be a Teen-Age dance at the Algona Country Club, Friday nipht after the Iowa Falls game here, from 10 p.m. to midnight, it was announced by the local commitee, Monday. •LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heetland Mr and Mrs Edward Leavitt and baby of Glendale, Ariz, left Friday for a visit with Edward's parents in Virginia. They had visited Mrs Leavitt's parents, Mr and Mrs C. C. Gerzema since Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena spent the week in Sac City at the Ralph Dewey home, staying with the children while Mr and Mrs Dewey were away. Mr and Mrs Larry Stofford, Tommy and Nancy Lee of Yankton, S. D. arrived Thursday for a few days visit at the Jerry Heetland home. Larry drove to Mason City Friday where he took a plane for Galena, 111. to attend the funeral of his aunt. He returned Saturday. Monday he attended a meeting of Meyer- hauser Lumber Company managers. A family reunion was held at the Jerry Heetland home Sunday in honor of the Larry Stofford family of Yankton. Present were the Vernon Smith, Elmer Paulsen, Ronald Heetland, Glenn Mabus, Arlowe Blpme and Wayne Heetland families and Miss Hannah Heetland Afternoon visitors were Mrs Minnie Schutter, Mr and Mrs Clifford Munson and children of West Bend, George Heetland of Clear Lake, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter and Jimmie. Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner of Calumet were Sunday guests of their son Buxdette and family. STRICTLY BUSINESS PURCHASING AGE.Nf cemetery at Lakota. Mr Steenhard was born July 22, 1888, in Germany, and came to America with his parents when a year old. Texas, the largest state in the Union, has 254 counties. ISYOUXDRISSIRDRAWIR Read The Want Ads - it Pays! •••••••••••••••••••••MM 11 Attention Farmers: BULK SPREADING "He sure was anxiout to get rid of us! Notice how be tlammed the door I" Algona Girl Wins $300 Scholarship Rita Goecke Rita Goecke, Algona, daughter of the Leonard Goeckes, was one of 39 scholarship winners announced recently at Iowa State College, at a home economics banquet. Miss Goecke was awarded the Veishea cherry pie scholarship of $300. To Speak Here At Church Rally Dr. George Hopkins Dr. George Hopkins, abov will be the speaker at an American Council of Christian Churches rally to be held at the Regular Baptist church, Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m. Dr. Hopkins is pastor of the University Bible Church of State College, Pa. Tht genera^ public is invited to attend. The Regular Baptist church is located at Elma and Wooster. New Pastor At LuVerne Named LuVerne—Rev. Worthy Usher of Smijthland, Iowa,, has been named as the new pastor of the LuVerne Methodist church. Quick Meals! MACARONI-AND-CHEESE dome cooW Mt7wu*uit& with KRAFT ORATED for that tbroiigh- aad-tbrgugh dims* fiovor Kraft Dinner is a timesaver and a menu-maker I Stock up today —it costs only pennies. So handy for school lunches, emergency meals. And good eatin' always! He will assume his new duties here on November 1. Rev. Usher is married, and there is a son, 2 l h. years old, and a daughter, six months old, in the family. The LuVerne church has been without a pastor since the conference of the Sioux City district last June, when Rev. Robert Kessinger accepted a call to serve at Indianapolis. John Steenhard Rites, Lakota Lakota—Funeral services were held last Thursday afternoon in the First Presbyterian church in Lakota for John Steenhard, 68, who died the preceding Monday at Buffalo Center hospital. Mr Steenhard is survived by his wife, three sons, Edwin and Henry of Lakota, and Leon of Spokane, Wash., two daughters, Mrs Irvin (Elsie) Koppen, Lakota, and Mrs Edwin Reed, Fort Dodge, three brothers and two sisters. Rev. Harlan Kruse officiated, and burial was in Maple Hill HOMI VAUIT0 tt should be ... If you keep valuablt documents, bonds, jewelry or cash in it And too many people do get careless and leave valuables around the house In forgotten places where fire could destroy them. If you ire one of these oeople, why not break yourself of this habit by getting a Meilink-built Hercules Home Vault? You'll find this Thermo-Cel steel Insulated vault convenient, inexpensive, and certified fire-resistant! See one today, No. 050 ____________ $19.70 6%" H. x 6%" W. x 12%" D. 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I Hit 111«al WORK STATIONS END NEEDLESS FATIGUE Office work gets done better, with less effort, at Art Metal New Century Desks and Correct Seating Office Chairs fitted to individual job functions. Needless reaching, bending and moving around are ended ...time saved.. .work made costs reduced. We have models for your every need. Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algona THE RED TRUCKS Will Deliver Promptly Anywhere In City or Country FUEL BUILDING MATERIALS X On November 6th VOTE FOR KYLE Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR 2nd District (Algona - Plum Creek - Union) * * * QUALIFIED FOR THE POSITION And Stands For A Business-Like, Efficient Management of County Affairs — With Economy Of Operation. VOTE FOR KEITH For Long and Short Term

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