The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Tuesday, March 1, 1966
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Vandals Smash Statue, $700 Damage, Garrigan Police here are studying clues and continuing their investigation in an effort to turn up the sacrilegious vandals who inflicted an estimated $500-700 damage to a life-size statue of the Virgin Mary and portraits of Pope Paul VI and Pope John XXEI in the Garrigan high school foyer sometime during the night Thursday. Discovery of the break-in and subsequent acts of vandalism was made by Father Marvin Boes early Friday. Police Chief Al Boekelman and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst hurried to the scene to view the damage and begin an investigation. The vandals (or vandal) gained entrance to the school through a window in the east (back) side of the building, which was broken, Once inside, the statue was toppled from a 3 1/2 ft. high permanent pedestal, landing on its head, which was shattered, pieces may be seen in the photo above, which was snapped by the sheriff. Then, the pictures of the two Popes were marked with what are apparently burns from a cigarette lighter. Father Cecil Friedmann, Garrigan supt., stated the statue was beyond repair - and must be replaced. As of Sunday, no arrests had been made. It was rumored the culprits might not be from this immediate area, although authorities have not stated what their investigation had revealed. Break-ins are always very difficult to solve. A three day retreat at the school had ended at 11 a. m. Thursday. David Gouge Funeral Held Here Saturday Funeral services for David Gouge, 63, well-known Algona retired barber, were held at 1:30 Saturday in the McCullough Funeral Chapel here, with Rev. N. M. Coughenour officiating. Burial was at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here. Pallbearers were Richard McGinnis, D wight Wagner, Richard Reynolds, Ray Sewick, Wesley Schultz and Clyde Lloyd. Mr. Gouge died Feb. 22 at Orlando, Fla. He was a resident of this area for 44 years and during recent years had suffered from a heart ailment. He was born June 3, 1902, at Unicoi, Tenn., son of Elijah and Julia Garland Gouge, and was married to Alice Stockwell at Algona Aug. 17, 1920. He was a barber for many years here. Besides his wife, survivors include six sons, Merle, Garner; Harold, Paramount, Cal.; David, Air Force in the Philippines; William, Orlando, Fla.; Robert, Cypress, Cal; and Richard, Riverside, Cal.; two (laughters Kathryn Brass, Algona; and Betty Mefford, Louisiana, Mo.; a brother, Garfleld, Waterloo; and 31 grandchildren, One son preceded him in death, -60TH- Mr, and Mrs, Bert Miller, Afton,; celebrated their eQth.wed.- ding anniversary there on Feb. 13th. They had been married Feb. 14,1906. Clara Reinen Of West Bend Dies At 62 Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Reinen, 62, West Bend, were held Monday at 11 a. m. at Peace Lutheran church at West Bend with Rev. W. C. Ostermeier officiating. Burial was in West Bend cemetery. Mrs. Reinen died unexpectedly Friday morning on her way to a Ft. Dodge hospital after she had suffered a heart attack. She was the former Clara Rabe. She received her education in Whittemore and married Ludwig Reinen June 15, 1926, at Fairmont, Minn. Survivors include her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Ronald Meyer, Rodman, four grandchildren, and one brother, Walter Rabe of Fairmont. Bancroft Girl Dies Suddenly Margaret Ann Schulte, 21 months, Bancroft, died early Thursday at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard F. Schulte. Thank You CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to my friends for the cards, letters, gifts and visits during my recent hospitalization at St. Ann. Lloyd Shirley. ' (16*) The baby's father Is stationed with the Air Force in Goose. Bay, Labrador, and the mother has been staying with relatives at Bancroft. Mrs. Schulte's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Schiltz and her grandmother is Mrs. Christina Wilhelmi, all of Bancroft. Algona (la.) Uppftr Dei Molnei- Tuttday, March 1, 1966 Cause of the baby's death is not known but an autopsy was performed. The child was taken to the hospital by ambulance early Thursday, but lived only 15 minutes after arrival. Funeral services were held in St. John's Catholic church at 10 a. m. Staurday, with Msgr. J t H. Schultes officiating. Burial was at the church cemetery. Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. SALE As I hove decided to quit farming, I will sell my personal property on the farm located 4'/2 miles south of Fenton on Highway 44 or 5Vi miles north of Whittemore on FRI, MARCH 4th 10:30 A.M. MACHINERY 1 1948 John Deere Model G, completely ov- E erhauled 1 year ago, roll-o-matic, power- i trol, wheel weights I 1951 John Deere Model B, roll-o-matic, power-trol, good tires. Both tractors have Heat Housers J. D. No. 400 cultivator, all new sweeps J. D. 2-row cultivator J. D. 490 planter, fertilizer attachments J. D. Model R tractor spreader J. D. 15-ft. disc J. D. 4-section lever drag J. D. Model 55 - A.B.H. 3-14 in. plow on rubber, with rippel coulters J. D. 4-bar side delivery rake, good J. D. endgate seeder J. D. drive-on wagon hoist J. D. 12-ft. spring tooth, hydraulic control J. D. 2-way hydraulic cylinder OTHER MACHINERY Allis Chalmers Model 60 combine, P.T.O., pickup, straw spreader New Idea 6A 2-row pull type picker Koecher corn saver New Idea No. 40 semi-mounted 7-ft. mower 46-ft. Kewanee wide type elevator, P.T.O. Humboldt stalk cutter 300 gallon gas barrel on steel stand 14-ft. bale rack 2 wheel trailer Twin Draulic farm trailer with steel flare box 10:30 A.M. 2 farm trailers with wood flare boxes 1 steel wheel wagon with wood flare box I.H.C. binder windrower Twin Draulic manure loader 10x38 tractor chains - 12x38 tractor chains BUILDINGS, ETC. 2-6 pen hog houses with 2 in. floors 12 x 16 ft. Kozy brooder house 2 wood and cob tank heaters 2 steel hog feeders 12-1 x 12 x 16 boards Steel water tank with hog drink on side 2 hay "bunks - 2 feed bunks 1 roll new slat cribbing 16 sections steel drag tunnel Pamline mineral and salt feeder Chicken feeders, waterers, etc. About 300 bushels Ames feed oats About 300 bales good straw, wire tied and in barn HOGS 8 crossbred 3rd litter sows, turned with Reg. Yorkshire boor out of Dick Kuecher herd, January 22 13 cross bred gilts, been with boar a short time 15 real good winter pigs Purebred yearling Yorkshire boar Purebred fall Yorkshire boar All hogs vaccinated 20 CATTLE 20 3 Hoi. cows fresh in February with 3rd calf 1 Guernsey cow-fresh Feb. 15 with 4th calf 1 Guernsey cow fresh Jan. 3 with 3rd calf 3 Holstein 1st calf heifers fresh in Dec. 1 Holstein 1st calf heifer fresh in Jan. 2 Holstein cows fresh in Dec. with 3rd calf 3 Holstein cows fresh in Nov. with 3rd calf 1 Holstein heifer 7 mos. old 5 small black calves All these cows and heifers are C.V. and now clean T.B. and Bangs tested Purebred Holstein bull turned with these cows Dec. 1 MILKING EQUIPMENT Surge 2-unit milker with pipeline for 19 cows 4 seamless Surge buckets 8 can 2-door Sub-zero spray type milk cooler Safeguard dairy hot water heater, can be used with or without pressure system Stainless steel wash vat JF R/ 1? ? j C ?' h 'iS rtmqke ar "» n 9f"ents with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. «moveq un- ERVIN RUHNKE, Owner CLERK * Farmers State Bank of Whittemore J AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Clark

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