The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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, „ lefirta. Upper Des Maine* . . o^lln.i.A.ilg/... it . "I.... '. tUeiday, Mttfefi 9, 1948 A , > ,,l ilk nrl't l .'. it..,*.*. ustav Haack, , fenlon — Residents of Fenton and 1 the Lotts Creek vicinity mourn |3§he death of Gustav Haack, ''f'fdSident of the locality since 1907. Mr. Haark passed aWay on r Mo«dav, Marrh 1, at his home, at*' the ago of 70 years, 3 months and 1 days. Grtistnv Albert William Haack, son ,of MiM'tiii William Haack and Louise r' r "Wilhclmine Albcrti'na Schiniedeberg, was born November: 24, 1877. at Schrumptwo, Pomerania, Germany. He was baptized, and confirmed in Ger- marty, tic 'served two years in the Gernlan army. Mr. Haack came to""America in 1902. • Pie worked on a farm for five years at iEmmetsburg and also five years on a fan it at Lotts Creek. C^i October 9. 1912; Mr. Haack ,was : united,,,in marriage to Miss Anna Me'inc of Lotts Creek. Scv- en'^chjldre'l wore horn to this uni<j>n, wjfftter, Louise, Edna, Alvin ( (passed, art-a.v in infancy), Alda, ; .*Alic'e and '-A^nes. Mr. Haack fanned for 27 years in Lotts of home in Fenton. and resided here until his deatli on March 1 at 1:30 p. m. He leaves to mourn his death his 'wife Anna/ and six children. Walter of Titonka; Louise, Mi-s. A.rrtold Heinxinger of Fenton; Edna, Mrs. Harry Alt. Algona; Alda, Mrs. Robti Campbell Jr., of National Citv, Calif.; Agnes, Mrs. Daniel R. Hantelman of Tynar, Sask., Canada; and Alice at honjic. Tjen grandchildren, four brothers ; and three sisters, Ernest and Herman of Fenton. William , of Lorie Rock, Fred of Wesley, Mrs. Alvina Seesebart.h and Mrs. Er- nelstine Kading and Mrs. Bertha j Rosseisen of Fenton. Besides j thef'e are a host of other rela- j tivds and friends. Two brothers j anc\ three sisters preceded him in \ death. j Mr. Haack was a member of St. 'John's Lutheran church. Funeral services were Friday, Mar. 5, 1:30, at the home, and 2 o'clock at the church. • Interment was in St. John's cemetery. tts township. In April 1939 "he" letirod, making his Pallbearers iVere Louis Seege- barth,'Lyl« Haack, William ka- dfng, Emil Haack, Fred, Haack aftd John Haack. • •> ", 'n i ... M'^* ,**,<*, Mrs. Pefferman Rites, Sweet City Swea 8d Eafile^-Mrs.'G. d, Pef- fermart died March 2, at the age of 46,' at the Holy Family hospital, Esthervillc. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the First Baptist church, Swea City, with Rev. Peter Peters officiating. Burial was in Harrison township cemetery. • Mrs. 'Pefferman was born Sept, 11, 1901', at Beatrice, Neb. She was married in 1920 and lived at Beatrice until 1934 when the family moved to a farm near Bancroft, and in 1938 to a farm cast of Swea City, where they have since, lived. To this union two sons were 3orn, Joe. and Gilbert. The deceased was a member of the Bancroft Baptist church, had served on county 4-H committees, and was vice chairman of a Harrison twp. momemhkers group. At the services, vocal numbers were offered by Mrs. Weber, Mr<=. Carmean and Elmer Franks of Bancroft, In addition to her husband-two sons, a number of other relatives survive, including two granddaughters, three sisters and four brothers. Pallbearers were John Krebsbach," Harold Krantz, Dale Reed, Orval Miller, Roy Miller and Peter Hanson. approached! the 1 The car .continued atsrbss the road and Mr. Jaspersoft said as he approached he saw Mrv Dedfeft slumped o.ver the Wheel. He tried to stop his car but couldh'/t because of the slick road. His car hit the right front of the Doden car and it went into the ditch. ' , As soon as he could get to the other car arid open the door Mr, Doden revived with the fresh air. He Was not hurt other than minor head cuts. There was several hundred dol- ars damage to the two cars. Deputy Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was' the investigating officer. Academy Alumni Organize, Eleet Ubbe Doden, northeast of Titonka, was lucky not to be seriously hurt or perhaps killed last Wednesday in his car. He was slumped over the wheel in a semi-conscious condition when his car was hit by a Ford driven by Elmer M. Jasperson of Buffalo Center. The accident happened on the new 226 road, two and one-half miles south of Titonka. Doden was driving west on a side road and Jasperson was going south. Insulation on Doden's car wiring caught fire and filled the closed vehicle with fumes, which knocked the driver out as it Election of officers and directors of a St, Cecelia's Academy Alumni association was held recently, and plans laid for an active program during the year. Bill Barry Jr. was named as president, John Deim is vice president, Rita Bestenlehher, secretary-treasurer, and Father Vlallinger is chaplain. Named to the board of directors for one year terms were Mary T. Bestenlehner, Floyd Bode and Joe Dahlhauser, for two years were Gene Zender, Don Winkel and Fern Gisch, and for three years the directors are Jim Esser, Dr. Ed Capesius and Mary Jo Esser. The association will meet every third Tuesday of the month at the Academy, and all alumni are invitetl. Last Tuesday plans were made for the yearly banquet, to be held June 15. Tne alumni also' will take over the athletic association, and are working on a project to install manual training and home economics as two new Academy courses. Ut. and borft fefigh! aftd SffflsMjsjimday Wdrftin'gVEtfS LylSM will n at 2 6'ei6ck/M;|lfr Welded 3 IBS. evi «r Btoftigtl.!^ lie Ann w*igli«d $ IBtfr^dw «id she arrived «f 2s2ff< ,TH« b*tr<, ids and their moihe* ari^amd&ing fine d6wft tif.iht/KdftUifr haspiial wilh iwd ^ieWl'-.fttSf&gs attending Mr «w*y- ft***,- TH* babies have & sisier SiH^S^SHd fthe'6 about ito'Haffriftx* nttll ' 4 Corners Club The Four Corners Mothers cl' Daughters club meets this week- Thursday with Mrs. Thelma Ra- nius, Mrs. Susie Witham assisting. Opening number will be The Birds Return, and roll call is to be answered with Bible verses. Officers will be elected. Red Cross Drive The annual Red Cross drive throughout the county was underway this week. Algona solicitation began Monday. L. A. Nitchals is county Red Cross drive chairman. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9-10 JOHN WAYNE and LARRAINE DAY in Thursday - Friday - Saturday, March 11-12-13 Here is a down-to earth story of people you know . . . theii loves and hates combined in one of the year's memorable movies . . . Filmed in the rich tradition of "HOME^IN INDIANA 1 ' 1 and "SMOKY"! eKciied little airlift i&wftV,; , „ • - -;„ i 4 V 1 Dltk, their dad la deiftff as well as eati be eJ$lcf edf tftd, He says that tha faci thai fie sftds lived an MeSregof street have had something- is da with this twin businessl , To Spea/t On Russia He^e Monday N if Dr. Lewis L. Dunninglon, above, will speak in Algona the evening of March 15 at the annual Farmers' •Evening School Banquet, which climaxes the winter series of lectures, discussions and open forums on various farm topics. His subject will be "The Truth About Russia." He is now pastor of the First Methodist church, Iowa City. He lived for sometinje in Russia a number of years ago and has been in close touch with the country since that tima. The banquet will be held at 6:30 p. m., and Dr. Dunnington is slated to speak at 8:30 p. m. The banquet will be held in the gymnasium, and will require,tickets for admission, but Dr. Dunnington's talk will be in the school auditorium and is free of charge. Ikfended Run at the Jewo Thegtrs W«d., Morch 1405*1607 Trailer Home Is . Destroyed Fire Fire caused on an overheated wood stove completely destroyed by Roy Hayes's trailer house home and all of his personal belongings Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Algona firemen were called but by the' time they reached the place, 8V4 miles southwest 'of here, the building was beyondj saving. Mr. Hayes is in his 70's and lived ,;alone in the i trailed which^ftBifcfiihJSked in a .grafvel pit west of the Paul Ernst service station on No. 169. ' i He has- several other small buildings'and was outside when he heard a crackling noise. He turned to see his home in fla/nes., Mr. Hayes is an old age pensioner and has no. relatives here. Arrangements are being made to find another trailer house for hiin.'- He is staying temporarily, at the, county home. : Sexton'Womcin Breaks An Arm Sexton — Mrs. Jess Grubb suffered a bad accident Tuesday evening when, while preparing to leave for Algona to attend the school play, she tripped on a rug and fell, breaking her arm and splintering the bone. She was taken at once to the General hospital in Algona, where it was so bad it was necessary to lake her by ambulance at once to Iowa City. At this writing full particulars of the break are not known. Mrs. Cavanfiugh, 76, Passes Here Mrs. Sarah \Tane dayah&ugh, 76 years old, died here Saturday at the honip of her daughter Mfs> Nellie Van Allen. For a ..long time Mrs. Cavanaugh had been diabetic and a month ago she contracted flu and had since been bedfast. Funeral services Were held at 9 o'clock this morning at St. Cecelia's church with Father Bauer in charge. Burial was in Calvary cemetery. Arrangements were by the Hamilton Funeral Home. ; James Butler. Tim O'Brien, Tom Dailcy, Earl E. Kinsey, Win. Gcering and Ralph Valentine were pallbearers. *• Mrs. Cavanaugh was the 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien. She was born April 19, 1872, at Victor, la., and came to Kossuth county wilh her parents as a girl Of 16. She was married to Pat Cava^ naugh at Whittemore in 1893. The couple started home-making on a farm near West Bend and the remainder of their life they lived in this part of the county. Mr. and Mrs. Cavanaugh had four daughters and one son Patrick William, who is deceased. Mr. Cavanaugh died 27 years ago and since then his wife made her home with her children. She is survived by the daughters: Mrs. E, W. Benson, Park Rapids, Minn.; Mrs. Nellie VanAllen. Mrs, James Allen and Mrs. Ray Cook, all of Algona. Four sisters, Mrs. Mary Erue nnd Mrs. Nona Butler of Whittemore, Mrs. Margaret Dailey and Mrs. jSmma Phillips of California also survive as does a sister-in- law. Mrs. James O'Brien of Whittemore. Resident is Mrs. Emma Campbell of the Doan community died FViday at the Kossuth hospital. She had been sick for a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Percy Brink, but was taken to the hospital when it reopened last week. Mrs. Campbell was 80 years : old and (for the past four years had made her home -with her daughter. Prior to that she had spent much time with the Brinks. ;; Funeral seriVces werei-jJHeld -Monday at 1:30 p. m. at McCullough's chapel. The Rev. Donald James of Titonka was the minister .and Mrs. Vaughn Rising sang In the Garden, and Beautiful Isle of Somewhere. Mrs. Casey Loss was accompanist. The body was taken to Goldfield for" burial in Glenwood cemetery. Pallbearers from. Doan were: Fred and Brian Asa, Dale Struthers, Ross . Bivffington, Van and Gordon Hansen. Mrs. Campbell was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Nolder. She was born May 11, 1867, at Atlanta, 111. She was married to George A. Campbell Dec. 23, 1889 at fraer, Iowa. They became parents of four children, three of whom stir- vive. They are Henry A. Campbell of Des Moines, Mrs. Percy Brink of Algona and Mrs. Alvin Engstrom of, Renwick. Also surviving are seven grandchildren and four great " grandchildren. A son George of Kanawha died three years ago. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS fhanatl? 6ff tfir f eht6n B. bank/ 'di£d in. , his - sleep'' fief e sb6iii 3 b'alacfc Jl temHAy hiMfniite Ncw'a of his'siiddcrf death' was receive'd in fchbeked Surprise top He had Hot been 1 krit>w« to >&<§' ill Funeral sefVices ar"S taeifig held this afterftotm, Tuesday March 9, at the Methodist church, the ttcV, Forrest Flowed Will ofiicl* ate and bUrial will be in the Io-, cal cemetery With graveside riteS in charge of the Masonic lodge of Burl. Since the death of hid wife some years ago, Mr. Smith had retained a room ih his home and Dr. W. W. Jolly and his family lived in, the remainder of the house. ' ' Thursday evening Mr. Smith Suffered a light heart attack. Doctor Jolley had watched him closely and Sunday night looked in on him several times and found him sleeping quietly. Mr. Smith had one child, a son J. Wallace Smith of LaJolia, Calif. The son and his wife came by plane to Kansas City and from there by train, arriving at Fenton, Monday. Obituary details will be carried in Thursday's paper T " J i^---- 1 «-'••--•' i®8i Op OBI Charity Queen Nomination blanks for Queen 'of the Charily Ball in Algorta, for 1948, are appearing in both Algona newspapers this week. The one today will be fuond in the right hand lower corner of page one. . • i Any girl 18 or over is eligible. 'She" must, be single, and a resident in Kossuth county. Deadline for nominating is Saturday. All nominations must be in the mail'by that'time. The, Queen will be selected by ballots, which will also' be carried in the; Algona newspapers, next week." She will receive her gown and slippers, and the next high four -will act as attendants and receive corsages. The Charity Ball is set for March 30, in the high school gymnasium. / Address all nominations tp.Gar- ity Ball Queen 'Committee, Algona. is thfe>iie«t -eensffuetori -A total of 7.2 inches of snow fell here Saturday, in a surprise maneuver of Old Man Weather. ; It was hailed as a great aid-to 1948 crops,, coming as it does at a time 'When it will insure good subsoil 'moisture'. •' x Roads were again clear Monday, although a little icy in spots. , The week's weather: ru , March 2 _____ ---------- 30 21 March 3, _______ _________29 18 March 4,'— •_— — ______ :— '-26 14 March 5 '.I— ________ —.26 16 March 6 (7.2S) _— ___-,28 18 March 7 ___________ - ---- 26 5 March 8 __' _____________ 25 '15 Weatherman Nolte now has a complete record of temperatures, and dates and days of the week, for the past 50 years, a valuable reference library on the weather. Application For L. E. Linnan, chairman of the Volunteer hospital committee here, and Joe Bradley, member of the board, returned Tuesday morning from Detroit, Mich., where they had takEn the letter of Intension to Participate, which is the first step in obtaining a federal fund grant for local hospital construction. The Sisters of Mercy hospital headquarters is in Detroit. ' The letter was filled out there, and NOW AVAILABLE at Sargents AMES NO. 2 SEED OATS Blight Resistant FEED Sargent & Co,, Algous, Ja« Whittemo^ G.VI First Marian Handel,- -WhJ£t6fti&re" ' Student, 'won thfe Jis» trict 6fat«ri6al c6nteSt,' at JPdrt Dodge, Friday, spofs^red' fey" the Afnfefie-arhLegiOnY On the 1 subject Of "The 'Constitution"* „ ,• V*tfi?«itf,*<rt» &$''•, ^fifefx 'Sa9dl6 'tiBd feee'H Jbri; .SfeVefrilV Weeks.-. Her Msband jdine'a her,, tti Little,RocK.artd they went t& Fdrt" Worth 1 frofft thefe tb, visit, 'theii* Sqttf afid'his wife, Mr. and M^s.'Dbft Clapfeddlfe 1 'and ,tneir , little'soh; D6ri tftiahej Eti^oute •home^ theV stbpfied at Exddsibi* Sprlnfg, M6,j tb Vftlt D. 0. Cla^-". saddle r Mftfade's father. r* Always / - in the . Volume i-No. 52 , foesday, March 9, 1948 WOW! Did this old • month of ' March come in like a Lion I Snow/ snow* snow. Good 'i thing we didn't .luck thai little old snow shovel away in moth balls, Makes, it tough on-the fuel, shortage/ / but it's welcome moisture for the farmers* Well, .we can expect anything " frofti the weather man for awhile yet. HERE'S SOME REAL NEWS- We just ordered these, crossed' our fingers and sat down to wait. And lo and behold, in they. came._ What? Why, some of the most beautiful' cabinet sinks you ever saw in your life. And they're 4 the very best makes on the market. CRANE, KOHLEH, and .AMERICAN. Yes sir. we're mighty happy over this little shipment. Handsome white steel-, cabinet sinks with double, faucets, strainers, drawers/and compartments. Priced at $125 and up. C'mon out and lake a, gander at 'em. , ANNOUNCING OUR NEW "USED"DEPT. We have, been taking in a number of good used items lately when we made new- installations, and 1 they're good values. Still a mighty, lot of< life left-in 'em. Save; you money, too, Right now we have on hand these used items for sale: A used Perfection Circulating Oil Heater A Used Sink, drain 'board type, 42x20 inches Check us on this' merchandise, more added almost every day, I I ! HARDTOOiT STUFF and r<?« Corner lavatories cessed Believe-It-Or-Nol- Det»t. „- We Have New FIREPLACE GRATES (Sure, Ain't that in the heating business?) JUST NOTES We have a nice 70-lb. commercial size stoker on hand. Just right for a store or apartment house, Also a few of >ihose wanted flattop sinks • are here. Soil pipe is- coming in, but slow, so let us have your orders on this 'early, , Electric < and oil-burning water heaters being uncrated at Irons'. Come out and see our new 'Tuock-Former," the cutest .little machine you ever laid eyes on, Makes perfect lock joints for sheet metal work. We're also starting to, oil up the old fishing tackle, Thosq fish are e^ectfng/i,^ , ^ - ^ , ,«.; ' Had 9 V I WWtiMiHU,- ,us ana -sft^u'

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