The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1965 · Page 16
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•• MMtflMllfl^MMl 3 Hospitalized In Whittemore Crash Abandoned House Found Three persons sustained lacerations and varied other injuries when an auto driven by Clarence A. Bush, 54, Huron, So. Dak., collided with a tractor driven by Elmer 0. Bell, 42, Whittemore, a mile north and one-fourth mile west of Whittemore on highway 18 at 10:45 a.m. Friday. All of the injured were rushed to St. Ann hospital here immediately after the mishap - and for a time were in serious condition. However, about one day later, all were in fair condition, according to hospital officials. Hurt were Mr. Bell, who sustained three fractured ribs and a cut on the forehead; Mr. Bush, lacerations and internal injuries; and Mrs. Bush (Elma), severe facial lacerations. Both vehicles, the tractor and auto, were headed west at the time of the crash. The Bush auto struck the tractor from the rear and both vehicles wound up on the south side of the highway in a ditch. The car was totally demolished, according to Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson who investigated. Damage to the tractor was estimated at $400. The tractor was rolled on its side with the tires blown, while damage to the auto was general. It wound up on its wheels after the mishap. The car and tractor are pictured above in a photo taken by the Kossuth Sheriffs office. None of the occupants were thrown from the vehicles, according to Hudson. - o - CAR STRIKES COW: ANIMAL KILLED A cow owned by Robert Black was struck by a car driven by his daughter, Marilyn Black, Friday evening. The cow was killed. The animal was lying in the road when Miss Black came over a small rise and struck it before she could avoid the mishap. Damage to the car was estimated at about $525. The accident happened adjacent to the Black farm, 4 miles southeast of Algona. Emma Miller Passes Here; Rites Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Emma L. Miller, 66, well-known Algona lady, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in Trinity Lutheran church, with Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Julius Peterson, L. G. Pool, Robert Bomgaars, Donald Larson, Dwlght Frambach and Darrel Robinson. Mrs. Miller died Friday afternoon at St. Ann hospital here. She had been ailing for several years. Emma L. Neitzel, daughter of William and Bertha Neitzel, was born Feb. 21, 1899 at Lakota. The Neitzels moved to Algona when she was 10 and she had been a resident of this city since that time. She was married to Charles Miller of Algona about 30 years ago at Ft. Dodge. He preceded her In death five years ago. They had no children. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Minnie Blinkman, Algona, and a brother, Arthur Neitzel, Marshalltown. A brother, Edward, preceded her in death in 1950. Fred Traub Sr. Succumbs At West Bend Funeral services for Fred Traub Sr., 63, of West Bend, were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Apostolic Christian Church, with Rev. Earl Banwart and Rev, Noah Gerber officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Traub was the father of Mrs. Ronald Miller of Algona, He succumbed to a heart attack last Wednesday. Mr. Traub had worked at the church Wednesday morning, went home at noon and died later in the day. He was born at Ottosen on March 1, 19Q2, was reared and educated there. He farmed his entire life in the Ottosen-West Bend area until retiring two years ago. On Dec. 11,1924, he war married to Corrine Somner in Algona. His wife and six children survive. They are Margaret, Mrs. Ronald Miller, and Gladys, Mrs. George Gade, both of Algona; Shirley, Mrs. Paul Wagner, Kenneth and Fred Jr., all of Ottosen; and Mary Lou, Mrs. Dean Wehrspann, Whittemore. There are also 13 grandchildren surviving as well as five sisters and one brother; Mary, Elizabeth and Leah Traub; Mrs. Emma Sauder and Joseph Traub, all of West Bend; and Mrs.Lydia Knoblock, Lester. Former Ledyard Man Dies, Two Hurt In Crash A former Ledyard resident, Lee Hardt, of Denver, Colo., died as the result of an accident in Colorado, according to word received by relatives here. Hardt is the son ofMrs.Zilphy Hardt of Ledyard and his brother is Supt. Quentin Hardt of Havelock, near Fort Dodge. Hardt's wife is hospitalized ' in critical condition as a result of the accident and Joe Dyer, formerly of Ledyard, is hospitalized in serious condition. Dyer has possible internal injuries and a broken shoulder. His mother is Mrs. Eunice Dyer now a resident of Heritage Home at Bancroft. Mrs. Zilphy Hardt left immediately for Havelock to stay with her grandchildren and Supt. and Mrs. Hardt left for Denver to make funeral arrangements. Former Algona Man Passes In Minnesota Graveside rites were held Tuesday at Riverview cemetery for Harvey Moore, 80, who died Saturday and who lived in this area many years ago and married Carrie Crose, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Joe Crose. The Moores live at Owatonna, Minn., and will be remembered here for the orchestra he and his wife organized. Death was due to a heart ailment and diabetes, Surviving brothers are Harold of Berkley, Calif, and Elmer Moore, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannsen, of Waverly attended the services at Owattonna and also the services here. Thev have been guests of Mr. Johannsen's brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pertl at Whittemore. A house near Lotto Creek was badly damaged by vandals it was recently discovered. The house which is unoccupied, is owned by John Schallin, who lives in Fenten. Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst reported there was evidence of a beer party and that most of the windows were broken and much of the furniture damaged. Schallin says no estimate of the damage has been made. About May 16, there was another house in the Lotts Creek area vandalized. It was owned by John Gisch and is near to the house owned by Schallin. Nurse Caps To 4 In Area, June 5 Four young ladies from this area are in the class of 1965 receiving diplomas in nursing on Saturday, June 5, from St. Joseph Mercy .School of Nursing, Mason City. They are Cheryl Ann Fuhrmann and Sharon Sue Lenertz, both of Livermore, Margaret Mary Otis of Wesley, and Sally Margaret Prior of LuVerne. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona. FURNITURE AUCTION SALE AS WE ARE MOVING FROM THIS COMMUNITY A PLAN TO UVE IN A SMALLER HOME WE WILL OFFER AT AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY AT THE HOUSE LOCATED DIRECTLY SOUTH OF THE FENTON PARK IN FENTON, IOWA ON FRIDAY, JUNE 11 SALE STARTS AT 6:30 P. M. Daylight Savings Tim* HOUSEHOLD GOODS Studio Couch, in gold, almost new; 3 Sec. brown frieze Davenport with foam rubber cushions; Coffee Table & two matching Lamp Tables; 2 Platform Rockers with foam rubber cushions; overstuffed Rocker; Zenith 24" TV set in mahogany; TV Antenna & Rotor; Admiral Radio & Hi-Fi Combination in walnut finish; 40 to 50 assorted Records; Universal Projector; Movie Projector Screen; Movie Camera; What Not Stand; Frigidaire Electric Stove; Coronado Refrigerator and Freezer Comb, (quite new); Westinghouse Elec. Roaster; Dexter double tub Washing Machine; small tier type Table with pie crust edge; Desk in walnut; several assorted Chairs; pair of red glass Hurricane Lamps; Fruit Jars; Whisper - Cut Lawn Mower; Garden Tiller; assorted Garden Tools; 16' Ladder; Step Ladder; Work Bench; Duncan Phyfe Drop Leaf dining room Table, walnut; six matching Tell City Chairs in walnut; China Closet in walnut; Buffet In walnut; two piece light oak Bedroom Set, complete bed has bookcase headboard; five piece walnut Bedroom Set, includes bed comp. Chest, vanity, bench and bedside stand; dark walnut Bedroom Set, this includes bed comp., vanity and bench; four piece maple Bedroom Set, complete; Kitchen Table and four chairs in chrome and folds down; rolling Serving Table; 4 small Rockers; Coffee Table; Floor Lamp; Bissell's Carpet Sweeper; Card Table; four End Tables; Table Lamp; two Chairs, re-covered; assorted Dishes, Pots & Pans; '4 H.P. Electric Motor; Fishing Poles and Supplies; Garden Hose; Pressure Conner; Storm Windows & Window Screens; Work Table; two wheeled Boat Trailer. * NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS In Case Of Rain Sale Will Be Held At Ponton's Community Center. TERMS: Usual Auction Terms, nothing to be removed until settled for! Mr. & Mrs. John Theesfield Berkland ft Clark, Auctioneers The First Trust ft Saving* Bonk, Fenton, clerk

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