The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 2
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g-Ateoflfl (la.) Upp»» P« Motn* Thursday, Au^utt 8, 1957 Ex - Kossuth Farmer Has $5000 Loss In Stampede Af leaif n big freer*, owlB- efl bf ft. W, Bufferficld. who formerly farmed nsnt Burl ind af Ifvlngtoft in Rpssuth county, and is new farming at Pilot Gtove, Minn., just eve; the county line, came id an untimely end last Week in an eld fashioned stampede. Bu'tcrfield, who is a brolh' «-in-law ol Sim Leigh, had 60 steers in a feed lot since last October. Most of them weighed about 1200 Ibs. and were worth at least $300 a head. One of the steers broke a in the feed lot last ERNIE WILLIAMS ««-i, : Has a Specialist For Every Job WILFERD LAURITSON : Factory Trained Mechanic Whether your service needs ace large or small, our factory trained, experienced mechanics will do the work right with the most modern equipment. ERNIE WILLIAMS Pontiac - Cadillac Home of Nationally i: Bonded; Used, Oaiiu'p;: We Wont We'll Even PAY For Them I0«ea. lor the 1st 100 Delivered Monday, Aug. 12 ALIVE to our STORE Thursday and Ihe whole herd headed souih oul of th« lot. Butterfield, with the aid of noighbbrs, took after them and tried to head thorn off. The steers then stamped* ed in all directions, through fences and into corn And soy bean fields. Finally 50 mett, IS Of them on horseback, got into the roundup, and a plane Was used to help spot the animals. Eleven steers were found dead in one ditch soon after the stampede, others were found down with the heat and attempts to revive them were futile. The Bullerfield farm is one mile west of the Pilot Grove store, only a few miles east of the East Chain Consolidated school. Thirteen of the animals are still missing, and coupled with the ones found dead or died later, Butterfield's total loss seems likely to be around $5,000. At County Contest, 4-H Demonstrations Seventeen demonstrations were presented Monday evening of last week at the county 4-H demonstration contest in Burt with 100 attending. Ed Dumstorff of the Greenwood club won top honors on his presentation of "How to make an electric fan." Jim Kain and Don Madsen of the Plum Creek club won reserve honors on thpir demonstration "Tips on making a cattle holding gate." These teams accompanied by their leaders Gerald Soderberg and Eugene Drager, will represent Kossuth County at the Iowa State Fail- August 27. Ed Dumstorff will also compete at district contest at ttje;, $or.th - Iowa Faif k Mason •City, August 10. The contest was judged by Paul Henderson, county extension director frqm Hancock Countyi Members 'de'monstrating new and approved farming practices were — blue ribbon winners — Carl Menke "care of electric motors"; Wra. Kollasch "How to make a motogpotiable" of Greenwood cJiPjkpJ(i5id'"'Wintai- and Sidney White', <j Rope and it's uses"; Lakota Lads; John Scuff ham and Mike Kain, Plum Creek, "How to build a salt box"; Richard Olson, Swea-Harrison, "Ear notching pigs for profit." Her ribbon winners were — Bob Fritz and Arlen Bilsborough. Buffalo, "Improving soil structure"; Roger Ulses and Joe Kahler, Burt, "Portable air pump"; Allen Dumstorff, Greenwood, '•Pulling nails"; James and Jerome Menke, Greenwood, "SoD Structure"; Eugene Dumstorff, Greenwood, "Planting a tree"; Charles and Kenneth Bierstedt, Lotts Creek, "Washing a milking machine"; Ronald Lindo, Swea-Harrison, "Proper lubrication"; Jack Henry and Dean Dodds, Union, "Saving little pigs"; Duane and Jerry Heinen "Splicing electric wire"; Jimi Vitzthum and Chris Nygaard, "Proper care of paint brushes.-" Mayor Court Fines Three persons paid fines in Mayor C. C, Shierk's court this week. Charles Currier, Torrence, Cal., paid $5 and costs each on counts of speeding and failing to stop at a stop sign; Carl Peter, Whittemore, was fined $5 and costs for speeding; and Alice Miller, Algona, paid $5 and oasts for failing to yield the right-of-way, Anyone who listens to records by Tommy Saads or Elvis Presley should be cited for extra' ordinary bravery. • WV«* IBV^W** '^^" LEDYARD By Mrs 6, §. Mary«f Mr and Mrs Paul £. Drake and family of Omaha spent the weekend at the parental ^ack McDonald home. Mr and Mrs Walter Schaum- bsrg and gifls of Hake. Mrs Peter Cassem and Mrs WUlis Pingel returned home Wednesday ftom Morris, Illinois, where they had been visiting relatives. Duahc Darnell who is stationed at the Navy base at Hutchin- sofi t Kansas, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mi and Mrs Harold Darnell. On Sunday Dr. and Mrs Pau Wilson and sons of Waterloo anc Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel attended a family reunion a' Albert Lea. A WentworWi family reunion was held on Sunday at the Fairgrounds in Blue Earth. The liar old and Ray Wentworths from here attended. Mf and Mrs Max Nitz went to Radcliffe on Thursday evening to spend the weekend at the Ira Neibauer home. Mrs Martha Schroeder and Karen end Barbara and Mn Zilphy Hardt and Natalie went to Mankato on Friday afternoon for another tfeatmefit for Natalie. Fred Trouth left on Monday for his home at Amboy, Minn, after spending part of last week with his sister, Mrs Ida Darnell Mr and Mrs Max Nitz took Mrs Zilphy Hardt to Mankato QJI Wednesday where Natalie had a treatment, • Mr and Mrs Fred Munyer nnd children spent several days vacation at the lakes last week. Mr and Mrs Fred Duttbn and Ellsworth attended the Okoboj Bible Conference last week from Wednesday through Friday Mrs Marie Halvorson, Mi> Gertrude Wicmer, and Mrs Lena Warner went to Waterloo on las Tuesday evening. Marvel Hal verson took them to Manly anc they went by train from there MrS Halvorsbu and Mrs Wicme visited at the home of Dr. am Mrs Paul Wilson and with Mr Nellie Harvey at the Wesle Foundation in Cedar Falls. Mr Warner visited at the home o her brother Matt Nemmers anc family. On Saturday evening Dr and Mrs Wilson and boys brough them home." ' """ * ^ Mr and Mrs Cecil Spatcher an family of Ames visited last wee! at the parental Warren Llojji home. The Spatchers have live at Storm Lake for the past fov years but this year he accepter a position as coach at Ames anc they moved there this pas month. Cosgrove Burial Here Wednesday Funeral services for Harol Cosgrove, 48, former resident o Algona, were held at 2 p.m. Wed nesday in McCullough's Fu neral Chapel with Rev. N. M Coughenour officiating. Buria was at Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Mar tinek, Ed Shackelford, George St John, George Lichter, William Specht and Gene Hutchins. Mr Cosgrove, who lived in th ^ area for many years prior t World War II, was killed afte he fell from a grader on a cons truction project in at Foi't Worth Texas. His parents were the late Mi and 'Mrs Joseph Cosgrove. The family formerly lived in a home here located at 414 north Jone street, Harold was employed bj various firms here, including Post Transfer, Following his dis charge from service after th< war, Harold and his family mov ed to Texas where they have lived since, •Survivors include his wife Ermadine, two sons and a dau ghter, Richard, Port Austin Mich., and Billy and Susan a home; and a sister, Mrs Ralph Laird, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Harold was a graduate of Algona high school and was wideJj known as a football player while in school. After graduation he was a regular on Algeria's semi> pro team in the mid.thirttes. NOTICE! OUR ENTIRE STAFF WILL BE ON VACATION NEXT WEEK, SO WE WILL BE CLOSED AUGUST IT. 17 NORTON MACHINE WORKS 117 N». KoU Ph»«a CY 4-4642 Marine Corporol Going fo Okinawa Cpl. Robert Rochlcau, USSMC, above, has returned to Camp Pendlcton, Calif, after spending a 30 day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Clarente Rochleau of Altjona. He will sail for Okinawa, August, 20. His wife accompanied him' to Algona a$Etl will make her home with his pffl 1 ;- ents while he. is overseas. Redecorated Painters are "gust putting the finishing touches on a redecorating job on the interior of Graham's Store here. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WltL State of Iowa &s. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7280 April Torrrl. 1057 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN* tffi? ARE HERESY NOftftftfJ, that In instrument of writing purporting io be the ipst Wifl and Testament of its thr-tri* s. Petersen, Deceased, dated Oct«bf>r 20, IT'55, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 16th «ay of Angus'. 1957, in fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court fifou^s in Alffuna. Iowa, before the District roir.t of Said County, or the O«ik M" s;itd Court; nnd at ten o'clock a.tri,. of the day above mentioned all person? interested are hereby notified and require:! to appear, and show ciuis'f, If sny they have, why Instrument «'iould not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dnted at Aigona, Iowa, August 7, 1957. t Alma Pearson 1 Clerk of the District Court fcinnan it Lynch, Attorneys •, Alf»or.,i, Iowa • (Published AVB. 8, 1937. In The Algo- ttt (fowa) Upper DCS Moines) Vseating a Portion of MInntsoIa '» A»enn« Af ORtSINANCE VACATING THAT PART OF MINNESOTA AVENUE t.VINO BETWEEN THE EAST LINE OF FIFTH STREET EXTENDED NOimtWARD AND THE WEST LINE OF FIRST STREET EXTENDED NORTHWARD. BE IT OttDAINED BY THE TOWN COtriN'CIL OF THE TOWN OF BURT, IOWA: Sec. 1 ThSt the pnrt of Minnesota Avciiii** of the Town of Burt lying between the East Line of Fifth Street of the Town Extended Northward and the West Line of Fust Street of said Town Extend- ei! Northward and including the Ink-rwctlon common to the said « Jvliniu'sot.i Avenue and Fourth •;' S'rcel Extended Northward, more ' parUculatly described as follows: CoJMnonclrig at th<* ' Northwest Corner of Block <six (6) of iBueH's Second Add'tion to Bivl and thence South aloftf the fta*t Lth* of Fifth Street Extended NoTthward to j»int of beginning, 8*. and tft* SftSe « hereW vacated. Sec. 2 That this Ordinance be in full forec and Effect from **Hl after its passage, approval and publication BS provided by La*. Passed, adopted anq, approved this 5th dat of Au^tSt, IflSl Nete 3. Nelson, Mayor < Attesi: Marten M. CMpfftstt, Town Cl*rk. (Published Aug. 8, 1957, hi the Algona (Iowa) Upper DM Moines) notice The Town Council of the Town of Burt. Iowa, does now propose to sell the vacated portion at Minnesota Avenue of the Tolvn lying beween the ea*t line of Fifth Street of the Town, VhA the west line of First Street of «i« Town. The Council will tweet in the Council Chambers of the Council In Burt, Iowa, on the 2nd day of September, 1957, commencing at eight o'clock p.m.. Quicker with !Bu*t nnd Sub ivision of I . ,f Bl'0o)0 One (1) nnW Two (2) of "• rurrt. Iowa, as point' 1 *! beginning, and running thence East along the Soulli Line of Minnesota Avenue to th'j Northeast Corner of Block Seven (7) In Buell's Second Addition to Burl ' and Sub-Division of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) of Bi.:rt, Iowa; thence Northwesterly along the West Line of First Street of «nd Town Extended Northward to the Southeast Corner of Lot Seven (7) in Block Eight (8) of Hunll's Second Addition to Burt and Sub-Division o£ Blocks One (11 and Twd (2) of Burt, Iowa; thence West along the North Line of said Minnesota Avenue to the i Southwest Corner of Block Eight (8j of Buell's Second Addition to Buit and Sub-Division of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) of Burt, Iowa; THERMOGAS The Profcrrfd LP BOTTLED CAS SERVICE Quick-heat action of THEIR* MOQAS gives you more hot •water faster ... 3 times faster than with electricity. Saves you money. Enjoy the added convenience of hot water with THERMOGAS See u» today for • demonstration. FREE In Algona S. Phillips St. OY 4-2841 at which time and p1a.ee the cetmefl will receive and consider bid* of proposals for the purchase of said land or parts thereof. Thfr Council reserves th* H*ht to reject any or all bid! or profWMU. This ftofiee fs ftven h* i*mf»ttance with fne fc«sv»«10Tis M Ifetldn 38R.89 of the.Cdw e* towa. By direction of the ToWn Council. Marion M,Jphtpf»an Town Clerk _, * (Published Awg. 8 ftfrd 1*, 1«7. !n The Algona (Iowa) irppef De* MolfttS) BE SURE TO SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR Aug. 13-16 J. I. Case Farm Machinery Ford Tractors and Implement* Naw Holland Farm Machinery Kewanee Elevators and Discs Behlen Dryers and Cribs Mercury Automobiles Amana Home Freezers & Air Conditioners Vornado Air Conditioners & Electric Fans Taylor Impl. Algona 12 PRIZES FOR EACH COUNCIL OAK STORE 8 Cake Flatten with Coven—138-qt Wait* Baiketi— 1 Bathroom Scale — 1 Flub Camenv Outfit — 1 Coffee Cmf* PLUS 20 GRAND PRIZES Rationally Famotu Wntlnghonje Boasters •0 CONTEST TO EMTER—NOTHING TO BUY—Dnwlif *i» bi htld tog. It, "<•• • - ..,-. 1851 •' ., . Prices effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday ; ' (Aug. 8-9-10) ! ? .QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED . . FREE CALIFORNIA LATE ELBERTA CRATE 198 6-OZ. PJC& SWIFTS ONE VACUUM PACKED SLICED BOLOGNA FREESTONE PEAK OF QUALITY BY THE POUND FOR WITH TIH3 PURCHASE OT LB. CAN SWIFT'S k SAVORITE Canned HAM TOMATOES FIRM • PLUMP • RIPE NICE TO SLICE . tb. SWIFT'S ORIOLE RING BOLOGNA COARSE or FINE GROUND, Lb. 45' WQPRELL'S BRAND PICKLED PIGS FEET HSV. 39 C B.Z. 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