The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 6, 1956
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6-Atgdna (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 Last Rites For Mrs Hanegan On Saturday Funeral pel-vices for M r s Florence May Hanegan. 75. longtime resident of Alpona, wore held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church. Rev. Harry Whyte officiated and burial was in Riven-view cemetery. McCul- louph's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Hanegan died Thursday noon in a nursing home at Mason City where she:had been for the past several weeks. Florence Mav Taylor, daughter of William T. and Matilda Taylor, was born May 3, 1881 on the family farm, five miles north of Algona. She spent her entire life in Kossuth county and had been a resident of Algona for the past 50 years. She married Edgar Hanegan in 1906. The Hanegans had two sons and a daughter. A son, William, and Mr Hanegan died during the flu epidemic in 1918. Another son, Orville, died in 1952, and her daughter, Erma, Mrs Robert Schoby died August 21 this year. Survivors include two sisters and a brother. They are Josie (Mrs Ed Brattvet), Hayward, Cal., Hattie (Mrs Ed Robinson), Mason City, and Fred Taylor, South Dakota. Pallbearers at the funeral were Jens Sortnsen, Hugh Willey, Ray Ladendorff, Raymond Reid, Tom Reid and Wes Bartlett. Five Fines Here In J. P. Court Five men paid fines in Justice C. H. Oslwinkle's court during the week. Randall A. Alvey, Bancroft, paid S25 and costs for drinking on a highway; H. J. Severson. Pargo, N. D'.. paid $25 and costs for an over-length vehicle and $10 and costs for no registration nlfltes: Lee Dixon, Bancroft, was fined S10 and costs for refusing to show hunting license. Roger F. Frink, Whittemore paid $25 and costs for failing to have his vehicle under control: and Laverne C. Olson, paid $15 snd costs for passing a school bus. Journalism Prof To Visit Schools Iowa CSty—Jeff Clark, instructor in journalism at the State University of Iowa, will be in Algona Friday (Nov. 9) morning to talk with high school journalism students and consult with the school newspaper and annual staffs. Clark, who is in charge of high school journalism field work for the SUI school of journalism will "Hello I.... that you, Bill? s-a-a-a-y! BE SURE TO SEE The New '57 PONTIACS FRIDAY! 50 FREE PRIZES to be given away ! ! ! ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC On Courthouse Square — Algona HAPPY DAYS! Friday & Saturday NOVEMBER 9 AND 10 AT FOSTER'S seek to increase student interest in high school journalism and emphasize the importance of participation on the staffs of the school newspaper and yearbook. During his visit in Algona Clark will also consult with local newsmen on ways in which the Iowa school of journalism can be of service to the press of Iowa. Before coming to SUI, Clark had some four years of experience on both \veekly and daily newspapers in Oklahoma and Texas. OK 20 Building Permits; One For New School A total of 20 building permits were okayed by Algona's city council during the regular meeting of that group Wednesday night, Oct. 31. A variety of other business was discussed during the long meeting. A $165,000 permit for the Algona Communitv School District was among the permits approved. It is for the proposed new East Side school to be built between State and North streets in the east portion of town. Contract? for tho structure were let by the school board Oct. 18 as well as contracts for a new addition at Bryant. Other permit applications were by John Dreesman, R. F. Donovan, Glen Straver. Sinclair Rf> fining Co., Jens Sorensen, Ben Reid. Charles Reaper, Kossutt County, Andrew Felhauer, Kel- <=ey Dunn, Regular Baptist church, Herman Wise (2), Irene Corle Bud Robinson, P. J. Kohlhaas. George and Edyth Wolf, Ray Johnson and Bennie Wibben. The Wolfs plan to build a $9,500 home on East Call street, Johnson a $12,500 home on North street and Wibben a $14,000 home on south Roan street. The rest of the permits were for improvements or repairs. The city plans to extend the off-street parking area on the north side of North street, between Moore and Harlan streets. The additional parking which is to be provided lies in the block east of the Bryant school, half of which is already used for off- street parking. A beer permit for Hood's Super Valu was renewed by the council. Several other minor items were discussed with no final decisions reached until future studv can be made. 17 Herd Tests October D.H.I.A. There were 17 herds tested in October with a combined total of 337 cows, according to Forrest Hofbauer, north Kossuth DHIA supervisor. He aso tested on an owner-sampler plan 139 cows in 12 herds in the area. The 17 DHIA herds had 6 cows removed and 16 heifers freshening. Cows making 400 Ib. of but- tevfat or more that completed records in October were owned as follows: Walter, (2), G. H., 305, 12350 Ibs milk, 430 Ibs B.F. and 14030 Ibs. milk, 488 Ibs. B.F. H. Bartlet, 12450 Ibs. milk, 413 Ibs. B.F. L. Menke, 12530 Ibs. milk, 402 Ibs. B.F. S. Payne, 17220 Ibs. milk, 529 Ibs. B.F. M. Madison, (2), 157CO Ibs. milk, 513 Ibs. B.F. and 14230 Ibs. milk, 460 Ibs. B.F. J. Ruger, (3), 16450 Ibs. milk, 563 Ibs. B.F., 12750 Ibs. milk, 498 Ibs B.F., and 14360 Ibs. milk, 508 Ibs. B.F. 60 Junior 4-H Leaders Meet Sixty 4-H Junior Leaders attended the first regular bi-mothly meeting of the new club year. Program feature of the evening was a panel and slide presentation on "You and Your 4-H Organization." Panel members and their presentation were Roger Dreyer, History of 4-H; Mary Ilia Erpelding, 4-H As It Is Tot day; Kermit Studer, The Objective of 4-H; Julie Nygaard, Special 4-H Events; Gloria Wise, 4-H Projects; Betty Thilges, 4-H Act ivities; Mary Staudt, The Organization Structure and Bob Johnson, Why Members Do and Don't Join 4-H and Why They Stay In or Drop Out. Following the program members enjoyed games and folk dancing under the direction of Mary K. Staudt, county extension home economist. Training School For 4-H Held The Kossuth 4-H boys' and girls' county officers and committee chairman and extension personnel were host to a four county 4-H officer training school, October 30 at the Algona High School Annex. Kossuth County 4-H officers and committee chairman attending the meeting and who will be in charge of the county training schoo lare: presidents, Jan Clark and Duane Jensen; vice presidents, Eunice Gade and Aaron Anliker; secretaries, David Erickson and Lois Willfong; reporter, Bob Chambers; historian, Marlys Goetz; recreation chairman, Melvin DeGeeter and Darlene Callies; county chairman, Mrs Henry Looft and Fred Asa. County extension personnel in charge of the training school were: Dean Barnes, county extension director, Mary Staudt, county extension home economist and Robert Johnson, county extension yoiith assistant. The next Kossuth County officer's traioing school will be held Saturday afternoon, Dec. 1 at the Algona High School Annex. $169,000 Contract Gerber & Buscher Construction Co. of Algona was recently awarded two contracts totaling $169,000, it was announced this week. A road grading contract in Floyd county is for $50,000 and a stripping contract at Fort Dodge for the new Celotex plant amounts to $119,000. The company headquarters in Algona oh Highway 18 at the northeast part. SKELETON A logging crew discovered a skeleton in the timber near Homestead recently. The bones were sent to the anthropology department at Iowa City for examination. ODM Classifieds Pay Dividends OLDS DADS Mat Something TIMIFIC To Show You On Friday! g«e Our 4 Adi In Section 11 of Thl» Paper WATCH FOR THE BIG NEWS i 2.1 Inches Rain In Past Week Temperatures during the week held their own, and the whole area benefitted from a total of 2.1 inches of rain that fell during good soakers from Saturday through Monday morning. Rainfall in parts of the county may have exceeded the amount received here, and all was greatly appreciated. Dale H L 62 49 52 40 __58 47 60 47 60 43 49 40 Prospects point to more rainfall within the next few days. 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