The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 4, 1956
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4-A!flerta (la.) Upp»f 0M MdtoM Tuesday, December 4, 1»S6 Arthur Cink had spent 5 days visiting his father and was on his way home when the tragedy happened. Upon his arrival home he was contacted and ho and Mrs Cink 'returned by air. Girl, 14, Dies In Auto Mishap Funeral Rites On Saturday For Joe Cink Funeral services fctr Joe J. Cink, 82, a resident of the Sex- Ion area for more than 50 years, were held Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated and burial was in Calvary cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr Cink died during the night Tuesday, Nov. 27, in his home where he lived alone. Death was due to a heart attack. He was born May 7. 1873 at Bridewood, 111. and he lived in Nebraska and the Dakotas before moving to Fort Dodge in 1885 and to the Sexton area, where he farmed until 1944, ten years later He married Mary Schaben Sept. 5. 1901. She preceded him in death three years ago, nine years after the Cinks moved into Sexton. Survivors include a daughter Mrs Arthur Klein, Sexton; three sons, Laurence and Eugene Cink. Algona, and Arthur Cihk, Fairhope, Ala;; two brothers. George, Wesley, and Frank, Algona; a sister, Mrs Adolph Mikes, West Bend; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Pallbearers at the funeral wore Ambrose Lickteig, Jack Kutschara, George Krieps, Frank Koppen, L. W. Nitchals and Leo Kirschbaum. Except for the part time help of Mrs G. E. Valentine, Mr Cink had lived by himself since the death of Mrs Cink, and was very active. — Sally Jo Schultz, 14, daughter of a former LuVerne resident, Dr. and Mrs J. E. Schultz, now residing at Pella, was killed Friday evening in a car crash there. The girl, who has visited many times in LuVerne, was the couple's only child and a granddaughter of Mrs Mary Schultz. Funeral for the girl was held at Fella Monday. ( 10 'Greenhands' Initiated, F.F.A. The Algona F.F.A. Chapter held a meeting Monday, Nov. 26, at the high school annex. Ten freshmen were initiated as Greenhands. These were Wayne Arndorfer. Richard Harmon, Michael McNeill, Ted McNeil], Dale Nauman, Don Patton, Leon Schepp- mann, Richard Schmitt, Reinholcl Wedmann, and Murl Walker. Daniel Skow and Jim Kain reported on their trip to the National F.F.A. convention which was held in Kansas City. In Mayor's Court Three cases were heard in Mayor. C. C. Shlerk's court during the week. William J. Lane, Algona, paid $5 and costs for going .through a light; 'Herb Adams, Algona, was fined . $25 and costs on an intoxication count; and Nicholas J. Doocy Bancroft, was bound over to district court following preliminary hearing en un OMVI charge. Bond was set at $300. 155 Winners, Free Turkeys, Here Monday One hundred and five turkey winners' were arinouneed thii morning by the Algona Chamber of Commerce office as a result of free registrations in Algona stores all day Monday and evening during its eecond annual Turkey Day. Winners are: . Ruth Leaneagh, Mrs O. Jessie Colburn of Algona; C. F. Yager, Fenton; Orace A. Lloyd, Britt; Carl L. Elmore, Algona; Jim Butler, Bode; Zelda Reid, Algona; Alvin Klein, Irvington; Ronald Ortnian, Burt: Lutz Ducrr, Algona; Mrs Bridget Smith, Merle Moxley* Mrs Frank Qrandjenett, Algona; Peter Zeimet, Bode; Bev Johnson, Algona; David Carlson. Wesley; Milton Farrow, Irvington; Robert Reilly, Algona; Virgean Bierstedt, Whittemore. Beverly Warner, Algona; Clem Bisenius, Whittemore; Bernard Dahlhauser, Algona; J. E. Jennings, Sexton; Wilhelmina Harms, West Bend; Mrs Herman Voigt. Whittemore; Mrs Ronald Meyer, Rodman; Jerry Wiener, Burt; Mrs Ralph Elbert, Robert Liesener, Algona; Olande Kpwler, Irvington; Mrs Cy Venteicher, Leo Thilges, Algona; Helen Cogley, Bancroft; Neal C. Olson, Ottosen; Mrs Roland Ostwald, Whittemore; Mrs A. L. Benschoter, Algona; Art Rusch, Whittemore; Mrs Dick Simpson, Lone Rock; Frank Ste- britz, Mrs Don Hammer, Algona Mrs Art Leek, St. Benedict; Mike Bormann, Sharon Miller. Algona; R. Butzke, Whittemore; H. M. Schoby, Bode; Orville Farrow, Bancroft; Frank .Thomann, West Bend; Hugh Lewis, Lakota; John Bierl, St. Benedict: Mrs Harry Quinn, Bode; Bill Hut- chison, Algona; Sue Ellen Gregory, Whittemore; Donna Mergen, Christine Spongbefg, Algoftaj Mrs Ernest *Botmann, Irvingl6fi; Mrs Maynard Dearths, Whittemore; John Helmer, Fenton; Rosie Hardcopf, LUVerne; Larry Park, West Bend; Mrs Bill LudWitf, Mrs Ed»Fridercp, Algona; WM. Erbelding, LuVerne, Bmil Haack., Lone Rock; Frank W. GirarcL Wesley; L. R. Walker, Algona; Wfh, Schanberger, Riftgsted; Mpi Mike Affldorfef, CorWith; Mrs Ed Foertsch, Ledla Gardner^ AJgona; Mrs Wm. Broesder, Lofte Rock; Dianne Malueg, Algona: Janice Myef, Burt; Hattie Buflingame, M. E. Olson, Algona. Harold Campney, Butt; Mro Floyd Eggert, Wesley; Mrs Silas Metzger, West Bend; Mi's Leu Sabin, Algonn; J. P. Bisenius, Whittemore; Nick Berte, Irvington; Mrs Carl Vigdal,". Dicky Haag, Mrs Ray Wessel, Algona Mrs Jay Budlong, Titonka; Don aid Diers, Bancroft; George Heinen, Elizabeth Harr, Marjorie Apple, Mrs Mervin Cronan, Algona; Mrs Joseph G. Millfer, Wesley: Mabel Leason, Mrs Owen Hurt, R. L. Schoning, H. J. Bode, Algona; Geo. Bruellman, Ottosen; Percy Atkinson, Homer Nolle. Algona; Julie Thompson, Burt Albert Hagg, W. L. Snodgress, Kenneth Thomason, Mrs August Schmidt, Wade Hanson and Mrs Amy Davidson, Algona. Woden Victor Over Wesley Woden posted a pair of victories over Wesley at Wesley Friday, the boys taking a 68-55 verdict after the girls chalked up a 76-58 win in the opener. The winners built up a 14 point lead at haLftime in the girls game and won easily as Devine canned 41 points. Donna Bleich tallied 23 and Sharlene Downs 21 for Wesley. Woden had Wesley down, 31-22 : at the half of the boys contest as Hinders led the winners with 27 points. Tom Root of Wesley was the top scorer, however, as he netted 32 for Wesley. Co-Op, L-Rock, Files Suit In Tax Matter The Lone Rock Co-Operative Exchange has filed a petition in the U.S. tax court in Washington, D. C. contesting a decision of the internal revenue service disallowing $25,000 paid in 1954 anfl 1955 as patronage refunds. It was understood that many of the co-op elevators around the country have the same problem and are filing similar cases, or supporting those cases already file'd; All cooperatives will be fighting the internal revenue ruling, co-op leaders state. • Tax officials are seeking an additional sum from the Lone Rock firm on grounds that the refunds are not properly deductible because they represent income received ffom the handling" and storage ,of grain for the U. S government. In 1954 the co-operative reported income of $2,541.76. Tax officials boosted it to $11,276.28 by disallowing patronage refunds of $8,734.72, according to the petition. , The 1955 'return showed $2,929.28 in taxable income. Tax Officials have boosted this to $19,471.69 by disallowing $16,542.41 in patronage refunds, the petition said. The co-operative alleges, that the tax agents erred in' ruling that income' received from the handling and storage of grain for the U. S. government may not be included "in determining patronage refunds allocable to members." . , Union M & D Club Nellie Jenkinsott' will be hostess/ Dec. 13, at a'mceting of the Union Twp. Mothers and Daughters club. - MaUfine Hovey and Doretta Plumb are ori the menu committee. There will be an exchange of hbrrie made gifts, and collection for a children's orphatt- agff. '> Baptismal Dinner Kimberly Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley, was baptized last week Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, the Rev. Koster officiating. Sponsors were Mrs Hensley's parents, Mi and Mrs Arthur Obrecht. A family dinner was held following the service. Dessert Luncheon The Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Thursday afternoon, December 6 for a d sert luncheon. The program will be given by the Rev. M. H. Brower and music by Mrs Fred Geige^ and the names of new circles will be drawn. The program is £ dedication for the New Year. Family Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter entertained at a family dinner Nov 19 in honor of the birthdav of their son Duwaine. Other guests were Duwaine's wife and little daughter Ann Renee and Mr and Mrs William Ringgenberg. Baptist Women Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, December 6. Mrs Paul Richardson will give the devotions. Hostesses will be Mrs O. N. Robinson and Mrs Robert Black. Farewell Dinner Mr and Mrs Robert Reilly had Adrian Casler as dinner guest Friday evening. Adrian left Monday for Florida and will be ocated near Jacksonville. He will be gofte for the winter. Delphian Society . TM Deiphiafi society Win meet Monday, Dec. It), with Mrs J. D. Lowe starting with a de'ssert luncheon at Ia5;ff.m.' Goodwill A Goodwill truck Will be in Algona Dec. 12. Anyone wishing to donate anything i» asfced to bring it to the: garage ''stt the Will Runchey home. Former Burt Man Killed By Falling Tree Bu*l — Mrs Guy C. Giddings received word of the death of a brother recently. Hiram Ward, a former Burt resident was ac- cidently killed by a falling tree while working near his home in the vicinity of Bemidji, Minn. He was alone at the time, so exact cause of the accident is not known. He was alive when found by neighbors, but died in a short time. Hiram Ward, 59, was a son of Heman and Matilda (Anker) Ward born near Wesley. Besides his widow he leaves four sons and two daughters; Mrs Randall Ross (Vivian), Marshalltown; Harold, in Alaska; Lynn, Alfred and Eugene, Marshalltown; and Nellie Elsie of North Dakota. One son William, 2, preceded him in death. William Giddings and Mrs Nettie Fisher went to Bemidji for funeral services. Burial was there. Social Security Information Hirt Beginning Thursday, Dec. 13, the field representative of Jne Fort 0oage SUfcial Security District office Will be in the base- mSftt of the.'Court Souse in Algona. This is a ChUngd from the forniei? location bf the basement, of 1M Post Office. the mj>r«entetive will be^ in th« Court House din Thursday, December 13, and. .again on Thursday, December 27, between the hours of 9:30 and 2:30. Anyone Wishing to, apply lor benefits or wanting information is invited td call thefe during those hours, The White House was first lighted by electricity in 1890 during the term of President Benjamin Harrison. Nolle. Of Probal* Of Will STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County as. • IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7182 November Term, 1956. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That ail instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Joseph J. Cink, Deceased, dated February 10, 1954. having been this day filed, opened and i'ead Monday the 17th day of December, 1956, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased.' Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 3. 1956 Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. L. W. Nitchals, Attorney, Algona, Iowa. (Published Dec. 4, 1956, irt the Algonft (Iowa) Upper Des Moin^s) SI RUSK DRUGS & JEWELRY SUGGESTIONS! Boscp Billfolds Engraved Free on One ol These Bosca Billfold Beauties 1 3.50 to $25 Cigarette Lighters Featuring Ronson, Zippo and Elgin — all best-known. Styles for men and ladies, too. 2.98 to 11.95 Elgin-American Compacts. 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