The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1966
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Mrs. Bacon Of Burl Passes; Tuesday Rites Funeral services for Mrs. Floyd (Katherine) Bacon, 55, rural Hurt, were slated to be held today (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian church at Algona, with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial will be at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Bacon died suddenly at the Bacon Home Thursday night. She was born at Algona, Sept. 23, 1910, daughter of Frank and Clara Olson Thompson, educated here and later married Floyd Bacon. Survivors include her husband; three step-children, Merrill Bacon, Waltham, Minn., Joan (Mrs. Duane Brown), St. Paul Minn., and LaVonne (Mrs John Ecklin), Huntsville, Ala.; two daughters, Mary (Mrs. Carrol Fraser) and Linda (Mrs. John Kadow), Burt; 14 grandchildren; and a brother, Stewart Thompson, Rhoenix, Ariz. Harold Colwell Funeral Held Here Thursday Funeral services for Harold Colwell, 50, Algona, were held Thursday in Trinity Lutheran church here, with Rev. Cleo Kautsch of Wnittemore officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Colwell died two days earlier at University Hospital, Iowa City, where he had been taken a short time ago. Son of Leon and Florence Fowler Colwell, Harold Jerome Col- .well was born May 30, 1916 at West Bend. He was married to Mable Ohm March 9, 1939 at Whittemore and had been a resident here since 1936. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Neil, Ames, and Keith, Iowa City; two sisters, Doris (Mrs. B. O. Davis), Irvington, and Geraldine (Mrs. Lee Van- derWaal), Bradley, m.; one brother, Charles, St. Benedict; and two grandchildren. Algona Lady's Husband Dies In Washington A former West Bend man and husband of a former Algonan, Clarence A. Krug, 44 died suddenly Thursday of a heart attack at his home at Monroe, Wash. His wife is the former Barbara Zentner, Algona. Burial will be at the West Bend cemetery Wednesday, following military rites there, tentatively set at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church. Son of John and Anna Schmidt Krug, he was born at West Bend July 19, 1922, and married Barbara Zentner at Algona March 14,1944. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Victoria; two sons, Bruce and Kurt; his parents; three brothers, Ken, John and Ben, West Bend; and two sisters, Mary (Mrs. Dean Prentice), Rodman, and Margaret (Mrs. John Studer), Graettinger, FAREWELL COFFEE Wednesday, Aug. 10, a going away coffee was given in the honor of Mrs. Lt. D. A. Grant. It was at the home of Mrs. Larry Reefer. Guests were Marg. Minard, Mrs. Eugene Minard, Marlene Cunningham, Pat Walker, Mary Faulstick, Jane Frisbie, Pat Bunkofskie, June Nelson, Phylis Eller, Nancy Wolfe, Judy Wubben and Mae Long. A gift was given to Bonnie Grant before leaving. MR. AND MRS. James Anderson will soon be moving into their new home at 1714 E. Linden street. DR. AND MRS. DON Kingfield and daughter Jennifer Kay were in Wall Lake and Sac City over the Aug. 13 weekend visitng the baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kingfield, Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton, Wall Lake. CAPT. AND MRS. Ted Stang and daughter left Thursday for Illinois to visit his parents after a week here with her parents, the Brail Wrights. The Stangs will leave Illinois next week for Corvallis, Ore., his next assignment after their return from Formosa. Also visiting the parental Wrights over the weekend while the Stangs were here were the Bob Wrights and three children, of Little Falls, Minn. THE BEITZ reunion was held on Aug. 7 at Call State park in honor of Mrs. Augusta Beitz's 85th birthday. There were 59 relatives and 3 guests. Six of her 8 children were there. They were: Milton of Motley, Minn., Mrs. R. W. Rash (Vivian) Koshkonong, Mo., Mrs. Al Smith (Ada), Mrs. Glen Rike (Mag) and Mrs. Jim Norris (Arlene) of Algona. One son, Joe was unable to come because of a logging accident which crushed one of his legs. Two Kossuth Drivers Win Tractor Titles Two Kossuth county men were among five champions crowned during the tractor pulling contest at the Fair here Friday afternoon. A large crowd saw a total of 67 tractors compete in five weight divisions. Winners by division were: Jahn Farquahr, Garner, Class A, under 6,000 Ibs., 170 feet. Fred Erickson, Lone Rock, Class B, 6,000 to 7,500 Ibs., 248 feet, 9 inches. Alan Walker, Algona, Class C, up to 9,000 Ibs., pulled load past last stake. Jerry Schmidt, Ottosen, Class D, up to 12,000 Ibs., 284 feet, 9 inches. Earl Vader, Pocahontas, Class E, up to 15,000 Ibs., pulled load past last stake. The number of entries was the largest in the history of the event at the fair here, and several from this area also finished near the top in various divisions. Cash prizes were awarded to winners. DR. AND MRS. Dan Bray had as their guests recently Mrs. Orlan Ott of Waterloo, formerly of Algona, and Mrs. Ott'smother, Mrs. Laura Gibbons of Montgomery, Ala. RUTH CASSEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel, flew into Mason City last week from Chicago where she had been working this summer caring for the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglas in suburban Hins- clale, m. Mrs. Cassel and sons Chuck and Jim drove to Mason City to meet the plane. MR. AND MRS. Marvin Leigh entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Elsbecker of Fairmont, Minn., at dinner Sunday, Aug. 7, following the baptsim of the Leigh's baby, Christopher J 0 n, at St. Cecelia church, Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker are the baby's godparents. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Edna Leigh, Algona, and the A. J. Elsbeckers, Bancroft, are maternal grandparents. daughters, Katherine of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Ed Bloomer of Algona; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Four surviving brothers and sisters are Albert Krueger of Fairmont, Mrs. P. M Christensen and Ruth Krueger of Lone Rock and Mrs. Louise Godden of Lompoc. Calif. PERSONALS Algona, (la.) Upp*r Det Meinet Thursday, August 25, 1966 • ' : ~ l_-j-__:--'- --•-'•-.. IIM. •-!._. ••_! •• - --~-.-ii_j.- i - Emma Manus Funeral Held At Burt Church Funeral services for Mrs. Henry (Emma) Manus, 88, longtime Burt resident, were held at 2 p.m Friday at Burt Methodist church. Burial was at Burt township cemetery with Gary Funeral Home in Bancroft in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Manus died Aug. 16 at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman of Burt, where she had made her home the past years. Mrs. Manus was born Oct. 6, 1877, at Shannon, ni., coming to the Burt area with her parents as a baby. Her education was received in Lotts Creek and Fenton schools. June 14, 1899, she was married to Henry W. Manus at Fenton. He was in the implement business in Burt until 1950, when he* retired. He died in!957. Survivors include three sons, George of Burt, Albert of Milwaukee, Wis., and Edwin of Santa Clara, Calif., and two MRS. R. W. RASH, Koshkonong, Mo. is visiting her sons and families, the Clinton and Harvey Goddens. Her daughter, Mrs. Bob Baker of Madrid, will take her home. ' MR. AND MRS. W. L. Jensen are home from a two-week vacation In northern Minnesota. They stayed at Big Winnebegosh Lake where Mrs. Jensen's sis. ter and her husband have a resort. MR. AND MRS. Ted Fisher had as their recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher and family of Corwith, Ted Fisher of Granada, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lawman of Laurens, la. ANNIVERSARY SALE STILL IN PROGRESS! SUPER SPECIAL - NOW UNTIL AUGUST 31 - WE HAVE GONE OVER THE TOP IN RAMBLER SALES ENABLING US TO GIVE ' UNHEARD OF DISCOUNTS IN A NEW CAR. YOU MUST ACT FAST AS OR SPECIAL INCENTIVE GOES OFF AUGUST 31. YOU WILL BE AMAZED AT THE BUYS TO BE MADE-RIGHT NOW ! SEVERAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM. 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