The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 4
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4-Aiaona (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, May 8, George Lee Of Algona Passes, Funeral Held Last rites for George L. Lee, 72. well-known Algona farmer, were held in McCullough's Funeral Chapel here at 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. N. M. Coughenour of (lit- Methodist church officiated ami burial followed at Easllawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Glen and Leo Sabin, Carl Seip, Art Alexander. Ed Rich and Ambrose Liekleig. Mr. Lee died Wednesday. May 2, at St. Ann hospital. Born in Kentucky Mar. n, IfWO, George L. Lee was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee. lie canie to this area in 1005 and was married to Fannie Johnson Mar. li Mils in Montana. The Lees, who had no children of their own raised a niece, Ruth Stewart, who now lives in Oklahoma, and also cared for a nephew's son, Michael Johnson, for two years. Besides his wife, he is survived by three brothers, Tom Lee, Billings, Mont., William Lee, Stan ford. Mont., and Earnest Lee, Hamilton, Mont. He was preceded in death by four sisters and five brothers. The best selling book in the world is the Bible with more than twenty-five million copies being printed annually. Joe Anderson Dies Here At Age Of 90 Funeral services for Joseph B Anderson, no, Algona resident for 42 years, were held Friday a 10 a.m. in McCullough's Funera Chapel with Rev. N. M. Coughen our of the Methddist church offi ciating. Burial followed at River view cemetery here. Pallbearers were Jens Sorensen Beecher Lane, David Smith, Wil liam Finn, John Dreesman and VV liter Klamp. Mr. Anderson died Wednesday a St. Ann hospital. He had been t THE MEN WHO KNOW TIRES BEST IN ALGONA resident at a Suft nursing heftie during recent years after living here many years; Joseph 6. Anderson, son of Thomas ann Ellen Griffith Anderson, was born in Hamilton county, la. Sept. 14, 1871. He married Verna Richardson here In 1922 and for many years was a professional night watchman for many local business firms. Besides his wife, Mr. Anderson is survived by a daughter, Mary Ellen (Mrs. Richard Sheldon), Tempe, Ariz. A sister and five brothers preceded him in death. HOWARD STILLMAN HAROLD ERPELDING BILL KENNE Joe Bradley Firestone SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL PHONE CY 4-2421, ALGONA, !OWA Jennie Alke Of Tifonka Dies; Rites Are Held Titonka — Jennie Johanna Alke was born March 3, 1884 to Mr. and Mrs. John Alke in Weslersunder, East Friesland, Germany. She came to the United Slates with her family in 1892 and settled near Florence Station, 111. A ter living there for 3Vfe year :hey moved to Hancock county an lived on a farm near Kanawh In 1912 the family moved to Kos ;uth county and settled on a farm wo miles southeast of Titonka. In February, 1946 she and he >rother William, moved to thei home in Titonka, where they live ogcther until her passing. Survivors are her brother, Wil iam, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Amu .Ike, 14 nieces and nephews, 3 ?reat-nieces and nephews and j host of other relatives and friends She was preceded in death b. her parents, two brothers and one sister. She died Apr. 29 after a short illness. Funeral services were hek Wednesday afternoon, May 2, at Good Hope Lutheran church with Rev. 0. Olson in charge with burial at Good Hope cemetery. Pallbearers were John, George and VV. E. Alke, John Meyer, Christian Meyer and Henry Redenius. Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Kathy Peterson Band Queen At Lakota High booth at the fair and also to have a fall meeting — the place to be decided at a later date. Dies Suddenly, Rites Pending For Swea Man ; Ernest E. Patterson, 55, 'died suddenly early Sunday at the home )f his wife's parents, Mr and Mrs ienry Schuier north of Swea City. He was born June 17, 1906 at 'ruro, la., and lived in the Swea ity area for the past 40 years. He vas a farmer. Mr Patterson was married Jan. 31, 1929 to Ihe former Harriett Schuier. He is survived by his wife, five daughlers and Iwo sons. They arc Mrs Paul Wiechman of Arm- slrong; Sharon, a leacher al Spiril Lake, and Marlys, Linda and Donna, all al home. Sons are Wayne of Wealherfield, Kathy Peterson Lakota — Kalhy Pelerson, senior at Lakola high school has been chosen as Ihe candidate for Miss North Iowa from Lakota. She was chosen by the school band. The 24th North Iowa Band Festival and Music Men Marching Band Competilion Feslival will be June 19 al Mason City. The Lakota band is under Ihe direclion of Mr. V. A. Barrelt. Kalhy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peterson, is a balon twirler in the marching band. She is in mixed choir, Ihe girls glee club and has laken parl in Ihe jr. and sr. class plays. She is on the annual staff and is recording secretary for the senior band. She is a member of the Lutheran church and Luther League. (UDM Julius Miftag, Former Algona Man, Passes Funeral services for Julius W. Mittag, 74, former Algona farm worker, were held Monday morning in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. Myron Brower, Presbyterian pastor officiated and burial was in Rlverview cemetery. Mr. Mittag died Saturday at Veterans Hospital at Knoxville where he had been a patient for 30 years. He was a veteran of World War I. C. B. Murtagh had acted as his guardian. He was born in 1887 at Algona to Julius and Augusta Barth Mil- lag. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Anna Gaddy of Vinton and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Raymond Vigdal, Raymond Reid, Henry Geilenfcld, Albert Reid, and two nephews. chins, Bob Black, Dorothy Steffan and John Hayes, have filed nomination paper for election to a" new board for the combined Al- gona-Whittemorc districts, according to A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools. No other candidates have filed to date. It is expected that at least one person from Whittemore will file for a post on the board. Deadline for filing is this Saturday noon, May 12. Election of the new board will take place May 24, with polling places to be set up at the high school here and at the city hall at Whittemore. It is Accessary to elect a new board following merger of the districts, approved recently by an overwhelming majority. sale will begin at 1 p.m. and machinery, hogs, lambs, sheep, calves, straw and miscellaneous Items will be sold. Auctioneers will be Yungeberg and Edge, and the Iowa State Bank will clerk. Closing Out A closing out farm sale will be held at the Bernard Miller farm, two miles south and a mile west of Algona Saturday, May 12. The IF IT'S MEWS, WE WANT IT Mayor's Court A variety of cases resulted in fines for seven drivers in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. Cecil Whltehurst, Des Moines, paid $6, and Cecil Schilmoeller, Algontf, $15, for speeding; Raymond Am llker, West Bend, $10, failing 16 yield the right-of-way; Henry. Wills, Windom, Minn., $10, stop sign; Clair Hovey, Wesley, $5, illegal mufflers; L. J. Venteicher, Buffalo Center, $45, truck overload, and $5, Improper registration; and Kenneth Johnson, Algona, littering highway, $10, and drinking on high' way, $10. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. Engraving) England and Roy of Tenn. Nashville, It! TAKE MONTHS TO PAY WHITEWALLS »P!uslax and I,re oil/our car' 6.70-15 Black Tube-Type 8.7(1-15 or 7.50-11 $3 MORE Safety-Fortified Nylon Cord Body ecial processing buiUJi IM long life and extra safety. Hugged 4-Ply Construction Four nylon plies, bonded together to provide rugged body strength. 3\i Speedway Proved '<"• - Turnpike Safety With Firestona there Is NEVER a safety Compromise, 7-Rib Traction* Tested Tread Famous FireMui o pon skid salt:',, PLUS excellent Wear qualities. Firestone Rubber-X Exclui.i^e rubber Cornr>CLirpJ.r.i» rrul&<3Kc bonus* PLUS 15 MONTH Road Hazard Guarantee Every new Firestone tire U GUARANTEED 1. A^nnttt defects in workman* hlnjj ami materials for the life til the uriginal tread. 2. A.::iijnt normal road hazards IUA- t;|,i repairuhle puncture*) cntuunu-red in everyday I-...-*.-i>tfer car use for the nuiiiU-r df months specified. Hi.-iiljicnK'MU prorated on tread v.t:,ir anil ha^ed on list prices current at time of Adjustinent. One brother, George of Delavan, two sisters, Mrs Leona Baum of Clear Lake and Mrs Florence Strieff of Iota, Minn., and four grandchildren also survive. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Barnes funeral home awaiting word from the son in England. Research has shown that Print ing is truly "The Art Preservative of all Arts" with approximate!) ninety-two per cent of the know ledge we accumulate being gainer, through the printed word. C. R. Schoby Re-Elected By History Group The Kossuth County Historical ociety heard Curtis Fox of Des loines speak on the topic "Eval- ating Our Ancestors and Our- elves" at its Sunday afternoon meeting in the high school annex, bout 90 members attended. Fox was editor of Successful Farming magazine for many years before retiring in 1957. Re-elected president of the group was C. R. Schoby, Algona. Frank Ryerson .of Burt was elect-' ed vice president and Lucille Ley of Lakota, secretary-treasurer. A slate of 25 names of residents ihroughout the county was approved as board of directors. Reviewing the work of the past year, Schoby listed reshingling the Slagle log cabin in the state park n conjunction with the Kiwanis club; the placing of framed pic- ures of Louis Kossulh and book- els of Kossuth county history in each high school in the county; conducting a historical booth at ;he county fair and setting up a Irusleeship to hold gifts and bequests that may come to Ihe so- ciely. Millon Norton volunteered lo lake care of any donalions of his- lorical arlicles and relics until permanent quarlers can be arranged. The society would appreciate information as to the loca tion of articles having historica significance to the county so thai it can be put on file. Many early records and papers are on file a the public library. The society asks thai pioneer families record family histories be fore the events have been forgot Mrs. Farland Of Grant Twp. Dies Suddenly Swea-Eagle — Mrs. Edwin Farland, 47, died very suddenly at 9 a.m. Sunday upon arrival at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Viola Martha Vigdal was born Nov. 13, 1914 near Seneca and spent most of her life in that area. She was married to E. F. Farland, Apr. 15, 1935 at Armstrong and they farmed in Grant Twp. Survivors are her husband; three sons, Richard, Iowa City, Roger and James at home; her mother, Mrs. Benjamin Vigdal, Armstrong; two sisters, Mrs. Mathilda Tow and Mrs. Bertha Kelley, rural Fairmont; and one brother, Harry Vigdal, Armstrong. She was preceded in death by her father, one son and two brothers. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran church, Swea City, w7i Rev. John Benson officiating. Interment will be in Harrison twp. cemetery. Family services will be at Barnes 'Funeral Home nt 11 a.m. Wednesday and the body will lie in state from 1 to 2 p.m. at the church. ten. 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