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State Historical lota GUyi la. Algona Uppw 0«* FARM SAtl CAllNDAt Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing In this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio statioh KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news, Sale advertising in the Algona, Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moim«. Nov. 28, Wednesday—' Howard Jones estate. Complete closing out sale, including-full line of machinery and 17 young Holstein cows. Sale will begin at 1 p*m. ut farm located a mile west and a mile north of the Sen'eca store Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, First Trust imd Saving? Bank. Armstrong, clerk. Sale"details last week. Nov. 29, Thursday — ICO Acre improved farm of Karl Shipler. in Burl twp. to be sold at auction Sale details in UDM. today. Pi-ingle &, Gaard, auctioneers; Win. Boyken, clerk. Dec. 6, Thursday—Robert W Wood sale, 2 so. Fairmont,'Minn closing out machinery, etc. Sak details in UDM today. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Martin County Nat't Bank, clerk. Thurs., Dec. 6 — C. C. Voigt, ZVi miles north, 1 mile east and 3 /i mile north of Fen Ion, public auction featuring 71 head of livestock, including 33 head of high grade Holstein cattle, some machinery and miscellaneous items. Lloyd Berkland and Cha*r- les Quinn are auctioneers and the Lone Rock bank, clerk. Full details will bo-found today Dec. 11, Tuesday — Roy Carlson sale, 1 '/(• west and one south of Cylinder, 1 p.m. Machinery, 2C head*. Brown Swiss, etc. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Iowa Trust & Savings, Emmetsburg, clerk. Sale details next week. Wed. Dec. 12 — Clarence, Zumach, 1 '4 miles west of Lotts Creek, or 4 mi. south and 1 % east of Fenton, complete closing out sale with a complete line of farm machinery and 16 head of black cattle. Lone Rock Bank, clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers. Dec. 19, Wednesday — Clifter Sykes and Son, 2 miles north am' 2 east of Swea City. 55 head Holstein cattle, hoghouses, feed, feeders, etc. Quinn £ Clark, auctioneers. Details on sale later. Jan. 3, Thursday — Robert Berkeland, 2 W., '1 N., Vt W. oi Fenton. Complete line machinery, 25 head springing Holstein heifers, etc. Lloyd Berkland & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton clerk. Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Col- wc'l of LuVerne will have u complete closing out. funn auction. Full details later in the Uppei Des Moines. L. A. Copp, 71, Succumbs To Heart Attack Funeral services for L. A Copp, 71, a resident of Algoiv for the pnst 25 years, were held Monday, Nov. 26. ut 10 a.m. a' McCullough's Funeral Chapel Rev. G. G. Hallauer. Congregational minister, officiated, am' burial was in Greenwood cemetery at Nashua Monday Afternoon Mr Copp died suddenly of ;i heart attack at 8 a.m. Saturday in his home here. He had seemingly been in good health prior to the fatal attack. Lawrence Arthur Copp, son of Francis W. Copp and Emma Kern was born December 26, 1H34 at Janesville. la. When a young man he became a railroad telegrapher, and saw much of tin country while working for several railroads. In the fall of 1932 Mr and Mr? Cupp moved to Altf"iiu fron Montana, and established the Algona Reminder, which they ran for a number of years, later selling it. For the past few years Mr Copp had been agent for the Milwaukee Road at Sexton, meanwhile living in Algona. He was u genial man who enjoyed good conversation, and ; good game of checkers at whicl he was most proficient. The community joins with the widow in sorrow at his sudden passing. Corn Allotment, County, Received Kossuth ASC office personnel were busy this week breaking down the county corn allotment figure for 1957 for Kossuth county into the individual county farm allotments, and these figures are expected to be ready by the end of the week. Other than that, there was nothing new in the way of information on the impending Dec. 11 vote by farmers in this area on the type of corn program they favor for 1957. On Dec. 11, all farmers and land owners will have a chance to indicate their preference between two tvpes of program set up by Ezra Benson, Secretary of Agriculture. iflotncs ISTAWUHID IMS fcnteted M Meftnd CUM ftwttef «t the (soatcrfflc* at Al*>rt«, Iowa, Nov. 1. 1933, uhder Act oi Congress of March 3, 1679. ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1956 3 SECTIONS ~ 24 PAGES VOL. 93 - NO, 48 It's CYPRESS For Algona's Telephones CYpress it is ! That's the new dial telephone prefix — CYpress — that will identify Algona telephone numbers, now in<the process of being assigned to all of the 3,100 Algona telephone users who will in the not too distant future be dialing instead of ,asking for their party by number, ' And thanks to John Claude, local NW Bell manager, the Al- dial exchange will not have to go under the name 'AXmin- ster, nor will it be 'AXtef. Given a choice of three identifying prefixes for Algona, Claude chose 'CYpress' in preference to the other iwa — and local users will no doubt be, glad he did. Somehow AXtel and AXminster have somewhat awkward sounds, while the name CYpress to be a purl of each Algona number, is easy to pronounce and remember, and has a sort of rhythmic tinkle to it.. With assignment of new phone numbers now being made here, to appear in the new telephone directory for the dial system, here are what some of them will look like: Afgona Fire Department — CYpress 4-2434 Algona Police Department — CYpress 4-3515 Chamber of Commerce — CYpress 4-2111 Algona Upper Des Moines — CYpress 4-3535 Western Buyers :— CYpress 4- 2411 Letters are being mailed by the company to AJgona business firms this week, giving them their new numbers, and explain* {fig ways of presenting the new numbers in business forms, stationery, etc. Reason for this, Claude pointed put, is that tele* phone operators from coast to coast — Mason City, Chicago, or New York — will be able to automatically complete a call to Algona merely by dialing CYpress and the five figures of the number here. There will be no distinguishing mark, or letter such as W or J, following local numbers to differentiate between private artd party lines. Also, in making local calls only, the prefix CY need not be dialed with the five digit number. The name CYpress, assigned now to Algona, is the only such one in western Iowa, and it serves to guide long distance calls quickly and automatically to, the right Algona phone. At present, a crew of 35 Western Electric men are working in the new telephone building here, effecting the change-over to dial. Included is a careful analysis of phone usage by various customers, and studies of the time of day most calls'are made. Before the change-over, Claude stated, the new directory will be issued, and full instructions to all users presented by NW Bell Telephone. Adopt - A - Family Thirty-seven families, most of them in Algona and a few in ad- j.acent communities, stand in need of a helping hand this Christmas, according to a compilation of records from Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter, Algona school nurse, and Mrs Marvel Immerfall, director of the Kossuth county emergency relief office. Any group, organization or individuals wishing to "Adopt-A- Family" for Christmas, may look over the following list and call the Algona Upper Des Moines, phone 1100, giving the number of the family they have selected to adopt. ' 1 Names of the families or persons adopted will be released to the adopting group shortly before Christmas when the delivery of Christmas gifts is about ready to be mSde. ' • The families available for adoption follow: Family No. 1 — Adopted by Newcomers Club, Algona. Family No. 2 — Parents with six children, ages from 5 to 1*5;' father's income unable to provide full Christinas joy. Family No. 3 — Parents with six children, ages 5 to 16; father works, but income not sufficient for complete Christmas. Family No. 4 — Grandparents caring for four children, ages 7 to 10, including twins. Family No. 5 — Parents with One Below, And Only A Beginning The readings of Weatherman Stu Albright at the Algona airport prove beyond a doubt that win ter is here. A new low mark, a one below zero reading, went on the book Friday, and a total of 4 1 : 1 . inches of snow fell within : two day period which began Tuesday afternoon. High mark was a 41 degree reading.Satur- day. Date . Hi L Nov. J'9 38 28 Nov. I'O 30 2? Nov. 21 ..25 12 Nov. 22 22 P Nov. 23 24 -i Nov. 24 _41 8 Nov. 25 .37 27 The real warming trend predicted for the weekend failed ti materialize and still hadn't ar rived late Monday afternoon Everyone is still waiting for it. New Directors Fair Board Two new directors, Ben Anliker and Eugene Nurre, were electee 1 and a third, Fred Plumb, whose term had expired, was re-elected, during the annual meeting of the Kossuth County Agricultural As sedation at the Farm Bureau meeting room here Monday, Nov. 26. Anliker replaces Delbert Berninghaus and Nurre was named in place of William Christenson. The terms of Berninghaus and Christensoq expired this year. Fractures Hip Bancroft—Mrs Catherine Anderson suffered a fractured right hip when she fell on the corner by the J. F. Hefinskv residence. She was taken to Holy Family nospital In Esthervyie. Mrs Anderson makes her home in Long Beach, Calif, and has been visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs Vifigo Christensen. nine children, ages one year to 17; income not sufficient, to round out Christmas for the family. Family No. 6 — Mother with five children, youngest 9 months eldest 11. Family No. 7 — Parents with seven children, ages 3 to 18. Illness and accidents have reduced this family income. Family No. 8 — Parents with three children, ages 4 to 8; having a difficult time to make ends meet. Family No. 9 — Man and wife, self-support practically'- impossible. Family No. 10"— Parents .with- seven children, ages 2 to 15; income barely sufficient to live. Family No. 11 — Mother with three children, 11 to 1C; deserving of help. Family No. 12 — Parents with six children, 1 year to 8; income barely sufficient to live. Family No. 13 — Parents with six children, 5 years to 15; need Christmas help. . Family No. 14 — Parents with five children, ages 4 to 11; income inadequate. . Family No. 15 — Parents, with two children, ages 15 and 17; help appreciated. • Family No. 16 — Man and wife, both in poor health, making out but .that's all. Family No. 17 — Father, in poor health, with three children, ages'10, 13 and 14. Family No. 18 — Parents with six children, ages 3 to 14; income not adequate for family. Family No. 19 — Parents with seven children, ages 10 mos. to 12 years; simply need help. Family No. 20 — Widow, raising four children, ages 3 to 15. ' Famiy No. 21 — Mother with four children, ages 4 to 13. Family No. 22 — Parents with six children, ages 7 to 17; could stand extra help. Family No. 23 — Man and wife, latter in ill health—both elderly. Family No. 24 — Man and wife, neither able to work. Family No. 25 — Parents with three children, nearby town; children aged 4 to 13, one with rare blood disease. Family No. 26 — Parents with three children, aged 4 to 8, nearby town; income not sufficient. Family No. 27 — .Parents with 11 children, nearby town; cannot spread income to include much for Christmas. Family No. 28 — Mother with two children, girl aged 1, boy aged 5, separated family. Family No. 29 — Mother with boy and girl, aged 2 months and 2 years; family separation, nearby town. Family No. 30 — Parents' with nine children, nearby area: just plain hardship. Family No. 31 — Disabled widow, draws $50 per month. Family No, 32 — Man and wife latter bedfast, elderly. Family No. 33 — Mentally deficient case, woman unable to accept employment. Nearby town Lives alone. Family No.. 33 — Woman, unable to work. Family No. 35 — Parents with four girls, nearby town, need Christmas help. Family No. 36 — Mother with three children, separated from husband. Family No. 37 — Mother with one girl, 5; husband working but not here. Most of the above families are in Algona: where they are not it is so indicated. In the case of those outside of Algona, if groups adopting them so wish it, delivery of gifts can be arranged through the county relief office and the Board of Supervisors. 3 Divorces In t District Court; Trials To Begin Jury Reporting On Wednesday To Hear Beer Sale Charge Three divorces were granted last week in the' first week of the November tet'm of district court, now'convening, with Judge G. W. Stillman of Algona on Uie bench. , ' Beverly King was 'granted a decree from Willis V. King, last Tuesday. Viola M. Teague of- Algona was divorced from Bobby Gene Teague, now of Fresno, Cal., on Nov. 20. The couple was married in Japan, March 16,, 1954. Dick Boyken was granted a divorce from Louise Boyken, Nov. 23. The couple married Aug. 14, 1954, in Des Moines. I 1 Jury Trial To Start The trial petit jury is to report tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 10 a.m. with the first trial case slated to be that of the State of Iowa vs. Carolyn Steussy, charged With selling beer without a permit. Second trial case on the docket is that of the State vs. George Jurgens, charged with false drawing and uttering of a check. There are three other trial cases oil the criminal'docket, and six civil actions listed for trial, subject to settlement or postponement prior to the time the trials might "begin. / . New Cases Docketed j In other court action of the week, a judgment was granted iri a suit brought by the Northwest Radio & TV Co. against Willis G. Maahs. The judgment was forf $385 and was directed for the plaintiff, Nov. 24. Three new cases were docketed. Reinhard E. Lieb of Algona is charged with an OMVI offense. He was bound over to dis-< trict court from the mayor's court in Algona, Sunday. The charge was filed by Darold Ei Stinman,; state highway patrolman. Bond! of $500 was furnished. ' Phillips Petroleum Co. is plaintiff in a matter at law with Ken Kickbush named as-defendant, ft* another action, and Wilma Kuhlmann is plaintiff naming James B. Thorn as defendant in.a matter over an account. Death Comes Hanging Wash At Whittemore Whittemore — Funeral services for Mrs Joseph Schmitt, 68, were held Thursday morning at 9 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic church, Rev. William Veit officiating. Pallbearers were John M. Farrell, Harold McDonnell, George Streit, George Gengler, Patrick Farrell and Francis Crotty. Burial was at the St. Michael's cemetery. Sadie Elizabeth Higgins was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Patrick Higgins, and was born January 1, 1888, and grew to womanhood in this vicinity. On April 30, 1913, she was united in marriage to Joseph Schmitt in St. Michael's church. They established their home in the west part of Whittemore and for the past 20 years they lived on the north side of town. On Monday at about 11 a.m. Mrs Schmitt was on the south porch where she was hanging up a small washing she had done by hand,, \vhen she suffered a heart attack from which she died instantly. , She leaves to mourn her death her husband, a son Earl, three grandsons, and three sisters, Mrs Agnes Pearce of Whittemore, Mrs Kate Meyer of Emmetsburg, and Miss Anna Higgins in Chicago. Nine sisters and brothers preceded her in death. Drawing Of New St. Cecelia Academy The proposed new St. Cecelia's high school, which has been planned for some time, is shown in the above drawing, submitted recently by architect James Loftus of Omaha. According to Msgr. P. P. Gearen, the new building wjll "house eight classrooms, including'a chemistry lab, two commercial rooms, a large library, domestic science room, and a gymnasium 44 x 80 feet, which will seat 1200 persons. The new high school will face west and will connect to the present St. Cecelia's school, which will be turned into a grade school only. The old school's gym will be re-floored and will be made into a dining room which will seat at least 300, and a new kitchen between the' buildings is also in the offing. The basketball floor in the new building will run north and south with a large stage on the east side. Under the stage Will be locker rooms, a coaches room and equipment room. There will be rest rooms on both the first and second floor of the two-story structure and a foyer on the west side. i The low, one-story portion on the left'of the above picture, will house the administrative offices, which wnl be connected to all rooms in the building by a public address system. The east side of the building is constructed so that if further rooms are needed they can be added in that direction. , According to Msgr. Gearen, every effort is being made to insure the installation of every known modern convenience for school buildings. The new high school will accomodate at least 300 students, more than double the number now attending high school classes at .St. Cecelia's. ' . "We hope construction can get underway next. spring," said Msgr. Gearen Monday, "because we're running out of room fot students in our present school. (UDM engraving). 8 Crashes As 4 In. Snow, Freezing Rain Hit County Peace officers in this area have been kept busy investigating highway smash-ups since four inches of snow, accompanied by freezing rain, hit the county a weekj Wedding Licenses To 4 Couples Licenses to wed were Issued to four couples during the past week in the office of Alma Pearson, clerk of the Kossuth district court. They went to the foHowing couples: Nov. 21 — Robert A. Rochleau, Burt, and Lynda DUsworth, Algona. Nov. 23 — Durwood Dale Walker, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and Donna Mae Hansen, Irvington; Brent V. Dingman, Thompson, and Yvonne E. Griffith, Swea City; Leon Eldin Marlow and Judy Kay Kading, Lone Rock. Gets Deer With Bow Ed Luedtke of Lotts Creek may be the only hunter in Kossuth county to bag a deer with a bow and arrow. At least he Is the only one to report the feat thus far- He also bagged 9 deer the same way last year, as did several others. This year, however, the bow and arrow hunting seems to have diminished. " total • estimate of $26.50 dam-' ages resulted from 8 mishaps, but no fatalities. The accident rate actually -increased before the storm, but icy streets and highways have provided lots of business for body and fender men. School Bus Collision A school bus from Buffalo Center, driven by John Davids, and a car driven by Harold Herzog of Ledyard collided at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20. The bus was headed east, returning to Buffalo Center from a basketball game at Swea City, when it collided with the Herzog machine, which was traveling west. Damage to the bus was estimat- 'Cd at $400, while the car was a complete wreck, with damage? estimated at $500 by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who with Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, investigated. Mrs Herzog, a passenger in her husband's auto, suffered a bruised shoulder and a cut on the head. At G:30 p.m. the same day, an aur.o driven by Robert A. Roch- leau of Burt and a tractor driven by C. S. Shipler, Burt, crashed on a county road 2Va miles north and one mile east of Algona Damape to the auto was estimated at ,S75, and no estimate of damage was available on the tractor. Shipler was pulling a car with his tractor at the time. Rochleau came over a hill and couldn't stop. Mishaps In Algona An auto driven by Bob Diekman, Algona, skidded into one driven by Charles Elmore, Algona, on the corner of Call and Phillips streets at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Total damage was estimated at $100 by Police Chief Al Boekelman, who investigated. A head-on two-car crash on East State street near the corner of State and Harlan resulted in a $50 fine and costs for Ferdinand Mittau of Des Moines Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Mittag's auto and one driven by Phil Carlson of Wesley were involved. ^Damage was estimated at $150 'to each vehicle by policeman Albert Weishaar, who investigated. Mittag's fine was assessed in mayor's court for traveling on the wrong side of the street. Two accidents were investigated by Boekelman Sunday. The first at 12:25 p.m. involved autos driven by George Peirce of Waterloo and Earl Miller of Algona. The two collided at the corner of Oak and Minnesota streets and damage was estimated at $100 to each car. Cars driven by Dean Benschoter and Ada Smith, both of Algona, collided at the corner of Wooster and Mc c Gregor streets at 1:30 p.m. the same day, with total damage estimated at $375. Laroy H. Schrader, 18, of Lone Rock escaped uninjured when his ayto spun into a ditch a mile and a half north of Algona on highway 169 Monday at 5 p.m. Cause of the crash was a blow-out. The right front tire on Schrader's vehicle blew while he was traveling south ajyi he went into the ditch on the .west side of the road, shearing off a telephone pole. Damage to the vehicle.was, estimated at $300, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who in.- vestigated. ' ( County Road Accidents Patrolman Darold Stinman was called to the scene 4^ miles west of Algona on highway 18 at 11:30 a.m. Saturday when cars driven by, Virgil Jennings of Algona and Francis L. McGuire of Rock Rapids collided. Damage to the Jennings car was estimated at $200 and damage to the McGuire auto at $150. Jennings was attempting to turn into a farm lane at the time of the mishap. He was given a ticket for failing to give a hand signal and McGuire got a ticket for failing to have his vehicle under control. The final crash involved an auto driven by Stanley L. Ruse of Titonka. The car spun out of control, slammed into a ditch, overturned, then flipped back on its wheels and crashed into a light pole on the Plum Creek blacktop voad four miles northeast of Algona at 12:30 a.m. Sunday. Rust- received a badly sprained right arm and damage to the auto was estimated at $350. Bancroft Couple Honored Sunday, Bancroft—Mr and Mrs John W. Schiltz celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. The day was begun'with Mass ii St. John's Church at 8:30. A dinner and reception were held in their honor in St. John's Hall Miss Christine Buddy and J. W. Schiltz were married fifty years ago in St. John's Catholic church and spent their married life on their farm east of town until they moved into town. They are the parents of six 'children, Mrs John McCarthy, Lakota; Walter, Herbert, Lawrence, Waterloo; Mrs Francis Priester and Mrs Homer McCarthy all of whom were here for the occasion Rebuild Ottosen Grocery Store Construction has started on a new cement block building that will house the Alme Grocery at Ottosen. The building will be 24 feet by 60 feet and will be located west of the Benson Cafe, •vhc're fire destroyed businesses in 1924. The structure will be one story. Kelley Lumber Company of Ottosen is the contractor. Fire on October 20 of this year destroyed the Alme Grocery store and its contents and the building in which the post office was located. Since the fire a temporary grocery store has been set uu in the corner of the Kelley Lumber Company hardware store to take care of the needs of the local citizens. When the new structure is completed and the Almes' have moved to the new location the 'post office •will move into the space how by the grocery store .in the Kelley Lumber Hardware store. 125 Free Turkeys Monday For 125 families in this area — and maybe more— * there will be free turkey dinner* in the near'future. •"——^ ™Next Monday, Dec 3; is"Turkey Day'A in, Algeria. Local business places will have registration slips aiid deposit'taxe* where every store-visitor may register, until 8:15 p.m. that evening. < •'•.'' i Starting at 8:30 p.m. the Chamber of Commerce will supervise a turkey give-away with the names of those drawn from individual store boxes to get free turkeys. ' After the names axe drawn, the stores sponsoring the gift turkey will receive certificates which they in turn will present to the successful registrants. No purchase is necessary to register for the free turkeys, which will, incidentally, be ready for the oven. . • r 14 Townships Vote Extension Council Board Fourteen tawnshins in Kossuth County will be holding election meetings on either December 3 or 4th to elect a representative to the Extension Council, according to Harry Nnffziger, LuVerne, present council secretary. All meetings are called for 8:00 p.m. and ail elicibi" voters in the township are eligible to attend and help elect their council representative. Township council members elected will serve a two year term expiring December 31, 1958. The Extension Council in cooperation with the Iowa State College Extension Service hires qualified personnel and directs their work with the people of Kossuth County. Extension works in the educational fields of agriculture, home economics and 4-H club work. According to Naffziger, the townships holding meetings and the places of the meetings ace as follows: December 3, 1956 — Fenton township at the Owen Berhow home; Hebron township at the Hebron Township Hall; Sherman township at the Charles Hanselman Jr. home. December 4, 1956 — Buffalo township at the Donald Budlong home; Cresco township at the Cresco Community Hall; German township at the John S. Rippentrop home; Greenwood township at the Legion Hall, Bancroft; Ledyard township at the Burdette Hoeppner home: Lotts Qreek township at the Center School; Plum Creek'township at the Center School; Prairie township at the Lickteig School; Riverdale township at the Bernard Thilges home: Swea township at the Swea Community Hall; Wesley township at the Fred Asa home. To Contest Election A contest will be filed by Harold Clayton, Republican, in Emmet county over the outcome following the canvass in the race for state representative there. Clayton is forcfierly fronj AJ- gona. An- earlier story said/ that he would not cutest the results, He lost by 10.,yo,tes to the pemo- cratic nommee™froro RingBted. Mrs Johnson Of Titonka Passes Titonka—Funeral services were to be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:15 at'the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka for Mrs George Johnson who passed away Friday evening at 7:30, Nov. 23. Rev. B. W. Schwerin officiated. Burial was in Lutheran cemetery Lena Limberg was born April 27. 1884, to Jacob and Lena Limberg of Allison. She lived most of her young years at Allison until she married George Johnson, Oct. 30, 1901, at Woden in the Ramsey Reformed church and after her marriage lived on a farm N. E, of Titonka. To this union was born orie child, Myrtle. In 1917 Mr and Mrs Johnson moved to Titonka. In 1945 they moved to their present home where she passed away at the age of 72. Surviving besides her husband and Myrtle are three sisters, Mrs Tracy Buckholt, Herman, Minn., Mrs Jake Bottema of Grundy Center; Katherine Limberg of Ashley: three brothers Emil, Woden, and Joehan and Harm Limberg. Palbearers will be Martin Brandt, Telko Stecker, Meno Fuhs, Louis Nath, Wm. Boykeu and John Stott. Albert Opheim, Bode, Passes Funeral services for Albert Opheim, 68, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran church here with the Rev. M. O. Kraabel officiating. Burial will be in Bode cemetery- Mr Opheim, a life-long Boda resident, died Sunday afternoon at'4:30 at his home. Surviving are his wife; five daughters and two sons, Mrs Marvin Kropf, Mrs Allen Olson, Barnett Opheim and Merle Opheim all of Bode, Mrs John Loss of Rolfe, Mrs Merrill Lake of Excelsior Springs, Minn., and Mrs Wayne Engels of Vincent. Also surviving are 24 grandchildren; two sisters, Mi-s Ann Thoelke of Ames and Mrs Arthur Carlson of Rutland: and four brothers. Sever in of Whittemore, Julius of Long Beach, Calif., Daffin and Bernald, both of Bodej Deer Hunters Sw«* C«y -r-Or. B. P. Soydw and a party of-Ledy«rd friend$ spent a few days deer hunting & northern Minnesota.

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