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FINAL IMS Hesident Centtity; fiteid Been re Half {Jhildreii A Resident of Lotts tireek township 1 for a half century and an active farmer for .thirty years, August Walter pflssed away at his home Monday,' July 2m Funeral services' Were held frp'm the Imman- uel'a Lutheran church at Lotts Creek Thursday ^aifteirnooin in charge of Rev. R. W. Kabelitz, of Feriton, actlrig for .Rev. <FIene, pas* tor, who is away on vacation 1 . Burial was in the church cemetery / there. Fall bearers were Otbo Wichtendahl, Otto Ruhnke, .Ed" ward Tietz, Martin Meyer. Herman .Reistter and August Pljahn. 50 Years at Letts Creek . August Wolter was 'torn m SphwedV- Germany, December 14, 1862. There he grew to manhood and on Nov. 8, 1886, he was united in marriage to, Malvina Jaskullko. Eight years later, in 1893, they came to the United States and settled in Lotts Creek township where they farmed until 1923 When they retired from active farm life. The eldest "son, Ernest, took over the operation of .the -farm and. Mr. and Mrs. Wolter lived In a. smaller Mouse'" on'"tBji; farm';:.';<5n f Aprils, 1932, ,Mra. Wolter passed aWay and since that time Mr. . Wolter was. cared .for ",by his son and wife. Then In."i940 Ernest .passed. away and Mrs.' Wolter continued to lo'pk after his'jieeds. ..•*-'•;•' ' j, •-•-.':...> '..;.: . i- Sbf OilWren Survive Mourning Mr. Wolters passing are five, daughters and one son, Mrs. Fred Bierstedt, Whtttemore; Mrs. Adolph Generich, Fairmont, Minn.; MrTl. Herman Bunkofske, Cambria, Iowa; Mrs. Carl Vigdal, Lotts Creek; Mrs., Ernest Mueller, Feribon, and, the son*, Alfred, of Wapato, Washington. A "brother, Gustav of Barney, N- D.;- and a sis£eVi>(Paulina of Yipslante, N. D., and 27 "grandchildren and six great- grandchildren, also survive. '- ' '' ' ' ' Established 1865 AL(K)NA, IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1942 BUFFALO TOWNSHIP BOY, 4, DROWNS John Kohlhaas to Get Wings This Fall CYCLE RIDER AND AUTO COLLIDE AT INTERSECTION .:•>'•> ,r . '•• - ':• \. Dennis Mulligan, 11, of Bancroft, riding' a bicycle about a mite north •aJUQ'V'ff miles;east' of Burt,.Satur- d^y/faf terribon &t one o'clock '• was - iirjusedahd shaken up when he and h& v :blcycle were "struck, by , a car driven by Mrs., E. C. Rippentrop, of Titonka. Mrs. Rippentrop was driving south and Dennis going eastward and the. two met -at anVin- tersection. The boy Tyas. taken to Burt and from there to the General <, hospital in Algona to be treated for 5,-? ayslight'braln concussion. Dama V t'c? tha-irfflro'n:,iH^caAT^^ffia ed'W'ltf whlte'-dainage to 'the bicycle wag . placed at $10. LuVerne Boy Seaman on U. S. S. Concord 1 Harold Llchty, son of Mr. and Mrs:''«arry Uchty, LuVerne, enlisted October 13, 1941, in the naval reserve at Mason City. He spent seven weeks training aa the Great •Lakes Naval Station and was then assigned to the U. S. S. Concord, San Francisco harbor. He is in the fire control division, seaman 3rd class, ".on the ship'which is active somewhere'on'the Pacific. MARKETS BOOS '' Heavy, butchers 180-200 JH.QO Heayy butchers, 20WW M-00 Heavy-butchers, 840-270 ,". 13-60 Backing sows, 870-330 r .,., J8.10 , Packing sows, 830-300 13.00 • PapWng sowt. ,850-400 """ and putters ........... $«M50-8,00 s ..:, ................ W'K-K .......................... 9.00-U.OO qalvee .......... *.:* ....... 8.00-14.00 , steers .................. S ..... 10.60»J1,SO ; John K. Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, city, expects to complete his flyers' (training and to get his Wlhgs about November 1st. He is now taking advanced flying at Corpus Ohristl, Texas, where he has ibeen since June 8th. John enlisted in the navy atr corps last November but was nit called until March 10th of this year. He took three months of preliminary training at Minneapolis. He has completed his 1 (squadron and formation flying training and is now flying the big Vultee type, which he says, "Don't handle quite so nicely as some iof the others but We all; feel as .though we had a reaJ sky rocket under us." John was a student at Ames and had completed his third year In advanced engineering when he enlisted.. TRACTOR CLINIC FOR FARMERS IN ALGONA THURSDAY Covering all aspects of tractor 'operation, including -preventive J GEO. FABER AND MOTHER'S ESTATE SUED FOR $20,000 Mrs. Rosella Frideres Begins Action to Recover Sum for Death of Husband in Oar Crash A suit for $20,000 against George Faber, individually, and George tfaber and J. J. Jaeger, of Garfleld township, executors of the estate of the late Margaret Farber, Was filed in district court Saturday, August 1st, by. Rosella Frideres, widow of Brvln P. Frideres, of northeast of Whittemore, who lost his life in a train-auto crash on the morning of April 28th. George Faber was driving the «ar. Widow. HAS Three Children The train-car crash happened at an Interestckm crossing the C. R. I. /& P., a short distance east of West Bend when, George Faber driving, Mr. Frideres and two other passengers were on their way to the Faber home. Th? crash resulted in the death of Mr. Frideres while lonly shaking up and 'slightly ibrulsing the other passengers. The widrfw, Mrs. Frideres, survives her husband with three children, a son about two years old and twins less than a year old. . Harold Neville Hurt In Naval Battle (Harold Neville, son of Mr. and IMrs. J. W. Neville, has been in a hospital at Corona, California, near L,->3 Angeles, the past three weeks recovering from injuries received in one of the .naval battles. He was one of five men in the hospital who recently had their picture taken with Kay Francis who was visiting the wounded men and giving them cigarettes. The picture was published in some of the California papers. ' Harold's son, Bob, is at the n_aval school at Alameda. The two joined the navy at the same time. (Lewis Neville, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville of Emmetsburg 200 Enrolled In Union Vacation Bible School , fuels and other .important service items, a tractor clirric will be held in 'Algona' Thursday, August 13, at the, Bradley Bros. pJant. Slides and movies will be shown and actual tractor demonstrations will be made. Tractors will be belted to a dynamometer,, measuring the load and power .developed by; each tractor. Inasmuch as every farmer is faced with the problem of doing more work with his . tractor and keeping it fit, all farmers are invited and should make It a point to attend this «Mnlc. It Is sponsored by County Agient Brown and the Extension Service, with the Ethyl Corporation co-operating. The Union Daily Vacation Bible School opened,Monday with an enrollment of 200 students in the frfur churches which are sponsoring the school. Interest and enthusiasm runs high and the students are taking instruction most seriously. The officers of the union school are Rev. C, C. Richardson, superintendent and Rev. Lipscomb, secretary and treasurer. Twenty-six workers constitute the faculty, This is thd first 'time several! churches have united in Sponsoring a vacation Bible School In Algona and the project is meeting with the finest of success. ' Beginners at Methodist Under the direction of Superintendent Rev. Harry H. Burns, the beginners' class is held in the Methodist church. The tteachers are Mrs. Rockey, Mrs, Attelson, Mrs. Bowpnan, Mrsj. Rdcharftaon, Miss Anne Rockey, Miss Valeria Butts, Miss Alma Baldwin, Miss Mary K. Merryman and Miss Jeanne Buthman. Primary at Congregational Rev. David R. Martin is the superintendent for the primary class being held at the .Congregational church. The teachers are Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mrs. Fred Shilts, Mrs. a radio operator on a sub chaser on the east coast. A Scrap Iron Group to Meet Here Thursday iKossuth County Scrap Iron Salvage Chairman Bill B. Ley of Lakota, has called a meeting to be held in the Algona cliy hall Thursday night at 8 o'clock to outline the program for the scrap dron drive which will be started here next week. He asks all town, /township, and district chairmen to be present as well as all newspaperman and any other persons interested in the drive.' Wesleyan Fined $300 t, >ii - •. For Drunken Driving Picked up .by highway patrolmen for driving a motor 1 vehicle while intoxicated Suhday morning, Martin Monson, of Wesley, was given a hearing iri Justice C, H. Ostwinkle's Court Mohday morning and following presentation pf testimony was bound over to the 'September term of court with appearance bonds ,fixed-at $1,000 and which he cou.d not- furnish. Later in the day he decided to ask for a hearing before Judge G, W. StiUman and this was grante^. jie was fined '$300 and oasts. In. ^Ije event hq is unable to pay ,the fine he must serve 90 days in the county jail. , Erdmann and Reefer Fined .With Monson,-at .the time of Ws arreat were Jpe Erdmann, ofWes- ley, and Chas. Reefer, of Algonw, and both were' Charged with intoxication. At the trial for Erdmann Jn. the OstwinMe court Mon- Fa* 6.00-7.50 day morning he plead guilty and was/fined $10 and $2 costs and was given until August 8th to pay the fine. The '. case of Chas, Reefer, also charged with being intoxicated, was also heard Monday morn- Ing. He plead not guilty but* following testimony presented he was found guilty and was sentenced to 10 days in the county jail. Draftee Passes Car Emll J. Vaske. of Bancroft, was picked up Sunday by Patrolman Hutcbinson for passing a car in a "no passing" zone near Algona. In Ostwlnkle's c/ourt following his arrest he pleaded guilty and paid a $3.00 fine and costs. He said he had failed to notice the no pass- Ing sign as he was in a hurr.y On Monday morning he was one of the draftees In the contingent which left for induction into the army at Des Moines. DAYLE CRAVEN OF TITONKA SUFFERS ARMFRACIURE flfhinf at , Sunday Dayle Crftyen, 'of "?jja, swff^ed ft with ^ffi* on Lty** *'£^ V? WWfe, Harry Baker Picked W ^ m ' %5fc * ? • * * ' * pforPnv Intoxicated Marriage August Starts Out With According to records jh Weatherman Harry fate's Office th,e first day of August ww.ft real corn •weather day with. W- The week 1WW poJnta were sHU feelow^ nor- maj with 54 on Monday, ITje rgc- prdj ^ ". High ,l«w July 38' „.., ..... ....„ ....... ., ............ 87 68 Jfiy ®>»..,;,..,l ........... „.„ ......... 88 — - B ' Roy Hutzell, Miss* Ruth Black, Miss Harriett Keith, Miss Anne Stillman, Miss Joan Pletch, and Miss Marcia Setchell. Intermediate at Presbyterian At the Presbyterian church Rev. C. C. Richardson is the superintendent over the Intermediate class. The teachers are Miss Helen Lemke,. Mrs. Sherman Meyers, Miss Esther'Black, Mrs. Vaughn Rising and Miss Barbara Scobee. Juniors at Baptist Superintendent Rev.. F. C. Volzke has charge of the junior class at the Baptist church and the teachers are Mrs. Ed UpScomb, Mrs. D..H. Norton, Miss Jean Murtagh, and Miss Opal Goon. Diplomas Sunday, Aug. 16 Classes are held each morning fnom 9:00 to 11:45. This will continue for two weeks., Then, en Sunday evening, Aug. 16, a program and exhibit of the hand work of the students will hold forth at the Methodist church at 8 o'clock. At this time, also, diplomas will bo presented to the students who'have finished the course. According to the sponsors of the Union Vacation Bible School this year Algona will in all probability continue the union school project from now on each year. Indy Morton One Of Tops In Golf Tourney at Spencer Indy Morton, one of Algona's better girl golfers, came wfthin two of taiking the women's crown at the Northwest Iowa Golf Mecit at Spencer Friday. Shirley Ramsdell, Cedar Falls 18 year-old, l(ook the win. by two strokes. Indy qualified a low 40 with Shirley jonly a stroke behind, but'on the first nine, of the re- nlalninff 18,'Indy scorched 6ift a 98 to Shirley's 40, leaving the latter three strokes .behind; The Cedar Falls girl picked up the three strokes on the elventh and twelfth, shooting: a par and a birdiei as Indy had difficulty and carded'two bogies. They- played shot for gfo.ot until the; 582-yr^rd ravine hole No. 16 when Indy carded an 8 to Shirley's par 6... They finished the round. with two more pars apiece giving Shirley a 89 and Indy 44 for a total count of 130 and 122, respectively. ' Drs. Cretzmeyer ard Clapsaddle Attend ^ Des Moines Clinic Two Kossuth county physicians, Dr. C. H, Cretzmeyer, Algona, and Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Burt, attended the clinic and demonstrations given by Nurse Elizabeth ..Kenney, of Australia,, upon the treatment, for (infantile paralysis at' Des Moines Friday.' There were some BOO Iowa physicans present. Miss Kenney has discovered a hot pack treatment which, when applied immediately or in the earlier stages of the dread disease, is proving more curative and beneficial than any treatment yet discovered for the paralysis. Her method now has the approval and endorsement of the medical profession tn this country. AUGUST BREMER, LONG TIME BARBER HERE, PASSES •August Bremer, for many years io«e of the well known barbers of Algona. died last Thursday at che Kossuth hospital where toe had been taken a few days before. , He had 'been suffering from heart disease for some time before his death but continued to walk up town every day to the Masonip Temple, of Which lodge he wars, devoted me Tiber. The funeral was held Saturday front the Merritt funeral home with Rev, p. R. Martin at the Congregational church Jn charge. The Ma,- sonjc rites were conducted at the grave & Rivervlew. August was tern in Germany 7ft mr» SSffr W« whjie a .boy 9; bar, v aji(J entered his uncle* shop W* arrival „ gona. For ft few years he «d fai« trade Jn. Sfc Paul, but • LIQUOR STORE BOYS MAINTAIN BOND SALE LEAD Nearly Reach the $8,000 Maijk ttn Sales to Top All Other Stores in the State Maintaining the big lead over the other 276 liquor stores in Iowa, the local store personnel sold nearly $8,000 .worth of. war bonds and stamps -during the month of July.- v W£ile HUs was $3,780.90,;mwc,than was sold in June it fell '$.t,260.SO short pf the $9,224.45 sold in May, top month for the store and for the entire state. July 1 Big Bond Day The biggest day for the sali; of bonds was July 1st when' tho total reached $1J555.00. The Wggest stamp sales day was the llth with $136.75, On July 17th, American Hero Day, the store bunch sold $1,075.00 worah of bonds and $63.25 in stamps. The total sales for July, stamps $1,088.65 and bonds .$6,875.00 no doubt will remain tops over the other stores in the state for the month. ALGONA GRAYS IN 1 TO 0 CONTEST TAKE WESLEYTEAM G-ray Hurler 1 Wtytffs 16 While Mates Collect but Three Hits Off Wesley Pitcher in Battle The Algona Grays grabbed a thriller from Wesley on the latter's ground last Sunday by. a score of 1 to Oj but were able to gather only thr.ee hits from the offerings of Mike Lloyd. Two of these hits, coupled with a sacrifice, came in the fourth inning and Watts war able ftc 1 score when the Wesley first baseman fumbled the ball 1 momentarily, with the only score of the game. The locals took advantage of the only break in the game co win. While Lloyd of Wesley waa allowing only three hits, Johnsoir working for the Grays, was al^o doing a little hurling himself,"setting down sixteen batters by the atrike-out route and was at his best with men on bases. He allowed seven hits and walked four which put him in trouble in several' innings but always his strike ball together, with fine suppoint pulled him through when the going looked, tough. Devine. at third played u i fine defensive game and also collect-) ed one of the three hits ffcr his: team. j The Grays are still holding the| league ,'leadersWip and will .play, their remaining games at home. Next Sunday Armstrong comes here and the following Sunday will see Lone Rock, the second place team of the league, which should bring out a record attendance. The Lone Rockers have lost but three games this season while the Grays have dnc.pped only two with nine wins. Geo, L. Miller Now on Some 'Unknown Isle' Box Score Algona; Ab R Nelson, ss 4 0 Watts, 2b 4 1 Devine, 3b 4 0 Ringsdorf, c 4 0 Long, Ib 3 0 Kajewski cf , 3 0 Winkel, If 3 0 Hargreaves, rf ..3- 0 Wesley 31 1 3 Ab R H PRESBYTERIANS PLAN FOR 85TH , ANNIVERSARY At a meeting to *e held this '(Tuesday), evening by the Sessions of the Presbyterian church in the pastor's study, plans are to be discussed for the eighth anniversary of the church which will be celebrated on September 23 and 24. Dr. WUiiapi Bell, of Minneapolis, has .been ' secured as the speaker for the occasion. Dr. Bell is a represniatlve of tke board of Christian Education of the Presbyterian church of the states of North and South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin He is in charge of young people's summer conferences and is in great demand as a speaker. v ' Church Making Preparations The Interior-of- the, church is to be re-deoorate4 and work on this has been commenced. New robes are 'being made for the ch»ir. Recently the breakfast club and the tea circje ; presented the church with a. new/ vacuum sweeper. A year ago these groups presented the' church with new rugs and an electric stove for the kitchen. ! The 'different groups working in end for the church are making plans and preparations toward a highly successful celebration of the church's 85th Anniversary, FENTON REPORTER AGAIN PUBLISHED After a cessation , of piAUcatipn of about tor* B Rectal following the entry' qf Reporter Jw» r«B»ift* d Witt : $$&'» nwtfaer* Hnk J. A, Sfibwsftfc, at W fcefo, T&e paper is printed, to « Broolmnn. Bleich, 3b 5 0 1 Woodbury, If 5 0 2 Froelich, ss 5 0 0 Studer, Ib „ ,...4 0 1 Weig, cf 3 0 0 Halligan, c 4 0 1 Riichter, 2b , T .3 0 1 Erdman, rf 3 0 0 Lloyd, p 3 0. 0 35 0 6 Score by innings: Algona 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0—1 Wesley 0 0000000 0—0 .George L-Miller, in the lum- iber and Contracting business here many years, is now in the naVy and, according to his letters home, is located on "some .unknown island" in the Pacific. He is a chief petty officer in (the construction division of the U. S. Navy. He enlisted March 17 and was called to active, duty on April 2J, going "directly to Norfolk, Virginia, from here. On June 17th he was transferred to .Pacific duty and by way of San Francisco was assigned to construction work on some "unknown island" in the Pacific. 'His }cib consists In supervising construction work. Joseph Hanig, Wesley Charged With Forgery SheJriff Art' Cogley and Constable Floyd. Newville brought Joseph Hanig, Wesley, to the Justice OstwinJde court Monday night on information filed by Chas. Rt, Nygaard, farmer i SON OF REV. AND MRS. WM.PLANZ, LUTHERAN CHURCH Parents Visiting With Relatives at Pender, Nebraska; Boy Jumps Into Deep Water Heart-breaking grief entered tho i6riie of the Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Planz of Immanuel Lutheraji church, two miles east of Titonka, in Buffalo township, Thursday afternoon when their youngest son, 3eorge, 4, was drowned in the municipal pool at Fender, Nebraska, The Planz family was visiting, irt that City With relatives. Jumps Ihfyj Deep End During the afternoon, Thursday, the children decided to have a swim! in the pool. The older children brought their bathing suits and were in the bath bouse making tho change. George, however, had worn his suit and be became frrn- patlent waiting for the others a^ja decided to get into 1 the water, .Unlike the average pool, the i'batU house at Fender, wwdocated, at the deep end of the. pool-and <3eo.fgs jumped into the waters \Ot confsa he could not swim and he sank out ofsighj. ,. ,- _ , • , . , ,>,/ Life Guard Didn't ;See Boy,. The life .guard 'at-.the pool w&» busy repairing a mat and hadn't seen George approach. ;Wb,en.'fai«f attention was called and he brought the iboy .tV the. surface it was too late to ,revive' the' Victim. ArjHf- icial respiration was employed, and a pulmoto'r was s§rijbiar 'aHdvai*" rived shortly but -without a^ail, £he Jad was dead.', :His parents, arid the children wh j o / 'ha4j£een /^siting in Fender; several "aa~ys 'WrtJCrel- atives, immediately ^prepared, to return to Iowa with'th'e body. Funeral Sunday Services for the young lad were held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the home urf the parents and:at two o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church with Rev. W.' H. Hanselmann In charge. Services at the b,ouse were led by iRev. P. C. Kuehner. iPallbearers were boy friends of the Planz children, Carl Giesking, Jr,, Roger, Smith, Arthur Post and Raymond ETrafazen; •', ing Hanig- with)'; forgery.: x-it seems that Hanig- cashed a ' check at the Cooks Grocery, here, on June 8th, in the sum of $10, to which the name of Chas. M. Nygaard was signed. The check wps dratm on the Exchange State Bank of Wesley. Nygaard claims it is a forgery done by Hanig. The latter waived preliminary hearing Mid, .Mas! bound ovjer to the grand jury and his appearance bond fixed ait $1,000 which he could not furnish. Seventeen to Army In Monday's Contingent Thirteen draftees and four volunteers constituted the contingent which left Algona Monday morning for Camp Dodge for induction into the army. These were air classified as 1-B men, and were called for what is designated as limited service. Several of them had been members of an earlier contingent as 1-A men but had failed of passing physical examination because '.of some minor element Which prevented them from serving .in a general miltary outfit. Four Volunteers Four of the members of the contingent were volunteers as follows: Vaske, Emil Joseph, Bancroft Edberg, Merril John, Swea City ^ Weaver, Alvin Herman, Irvington Taylor, Newton! Oliver, T(- tonka Algona Leads Algona led with three out of the fourteen draftees as follows: Schwartz, Ervin, Swea City Bruning, Joseph, Jr., Corwlth Hahn, Henry Frank, Whittemore , •' Mamach, Eugene, Whifte- more 1 KeUy, Eugene, Algona Siepmann, Leonard, Algona SheOmyer, Richard, Whittemore Mclntosh, Carroll, Cherokee' Clark, Thomas, Ames Jones, Harold, Sioux City • Beyer, Guy, Algona Flaherty, Gerald, LuVeme Bruns, Thomas, Algona Flajherty was, reflteased by Ithe Jamestown, N. D., 'board atid Bruns from the Mitchell, S. D., board. •They have been working |n $b,ls neighborhood the past several months, GRAYS BATTING AVERAGE GOOD (Members of the Algona Gra.YS, heading the Kossuth county league, are showing up a good batting average for the season. Five of them are well over the 200 marjt. The recqrd: Ab S Avt, Leek W 8 ,840 I4>ng -.- v *8 M «*M .44 I? .878 „....28 .if ...43 10 9 T T e 4 w -148 f^t Threaten* at PS*™JT* ^^,™" ^* ssjRs* 9 #v^»w^ n» tee d^artpenJi Wftji owman home on Wes| Medics to Meet at Spirit Lake Thursday The summer meeting of the Up-> per Des M&ines Medical "Society is schedjUed to convene at Templar's Park pavilion,, Spirit Lake, Thursday, all day, of this week. Param- inent speakerf will ;b§ sm tbe.pro. gram 10 to 19 and 1 to 4 during the day to discuss the problems of the medical profession. Entertainment for the Indies' AwMUary, is afeo, being provided, Many of the lo.c.%1 doctors plan to. attesfl the George PJanz is survived by his parents and a brother, Hugo, at Austin', Minn., and Dora, John, Lillian and William at home. Rev. Wm. Planz Is the pastor at lan- manuel Lutheran church and tho •family lias ! lived in Bucalo town« ship for the past two years. Sexton Boy Flying-: '' Cadet in Florida CITY POUCE HAS ,Wllbur C. Steven; ftylng cadet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven of Sexton, en-listed in ' the.-navy alr,.c««p3 at Des Moines In January of this year. He was sent to school at the U. a N. R. aviation 'base at •Kansas City and after three months there was sent to the advanced flying jschool.,*n May 88tb at the navaji ftlr ptation at completed squadron braining .' Nip. I and will now take up squadron No. a on North wn- * wi«an Trainers -^hic-h orulgo 200 miles per hour, known as the steersman's plane, ; ' ' RATIONING BOARD ANNOUNCES TIRE QUOTA FOR MOffTH

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