The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1948
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1 ... Man Pies V, .,uuveriu» •*• William BOWtttfclf, lOft, Dean ahd , daughter Celia' ye-hT to, Fort Dodge-' Wednesday .i^ltlehd the fuheM of their,son fj^tefo^er ^.'WesleyuBoWtftan. Bovymanj whcr ..toa^ 3i5 vejws of 'age, arid a' fysll known ajr&eT living horthw&sl of Fort 3adge, died early Sunday mo«n- 1 Match 21 at the „ Lutheraft -_pilal foliating a brief illness, tn-fiowmart became ill late Sat- iraay evening and entered the fhospital for medical treatment, •where he passed away''several hours .later,, • ' " * \ » Funeral ' services vfefelidld Wednesday afternoon, 2 p. m., at the Wilder dnd Bruce Jjfunoral Mbme and\bur,ial was Sifwte" Me- niorlal Park cemetery. *« Surviving, are his will and the following Children: M|g. LeRoy Davidson. Fort DoddBji* Vcrda Rae Ernest, Williarrv Wesley Jr., Jerry Joe, Karon Lee and Confiie Lynn, all at home. « > His father, William Bowman of t v.Vorrie, one grandson, Behftis Darren Davidson, Fort Dodge; five sisters, Mrs. Eafl LIhslrSm of Waterloo, Mrs. Charles fiar'ton M Stbckton, Calif., Mrs. KeMld Hatch of Des Moines, Mrs. FraftK Burgess of Rodman, and Ciella Bowman of Luverne, Thiee. brothers, James of Dallas, Tex.. Donald, Waterloo, and Dean o'f LuVerne, He was-preceded in death by his mother, who died in 1941 Guests at Pergade's Mr, and Mrs. Edward Pergande entertained the following for Sunday dinner in honor of their daughter Elizabeth's confirmation: Mr. and Mrs, Ernest 'Ha- i f fl *! M /y TIiyiE MARCHES ION" • ^ ' • ''• f;,! as it .does, the SERyiCEVat Percival Motors gets better and better. We ar|^nstantly adding new features and new services—to make this your auto, and truck service headquarters. In the language of magazine titles, we. , tell our story below: ' BETTER HO/VIES & GARDENS" Will result if you are completely worry-free of car trouble, insured by .letting our expert mechanics make your car ship-shape. . ' ' will be sweeter with a car that runs sweeter. The quick motor ^une-up we can give you will make' that come true. "TIME" 1> to think about the Spring change-over—oil, grease and lube. And when you v think about-it, PercivaEMb^ the place to get the job done.' " ~"™""" '*& V »' ' ' •. Si "••".*, at the many cajf repajr and servicing .features offered you at Percival's. 'Everything from gudranteeS tire-frepair to^expert front wheel qjjment and, motor over haul-under one big roof, * , • f i ' . . - .' a Sui* • V your Saturday Evening blues in the 1 Waste basket and enjoy th?, plefl- sure of driving a trouble-free car this Spring. We can help. you. dp it. TRUE STORY" ) about the work you get pt Percival-Motprs is that we use the right parts, give the right service and charge the right prices for it all. how we Qper ( at9 in pvir repair ^egqrtrnents, W« gjve ypu, a cjeo/j analv- sis of the work to be dqne, list the ire)^{ Jggibly and give you full meq. itemj, «n4 SQR Henry i.^rlWrt Meyej ires $Qwnsh.|p s ltei ' lfee Meyer is and I? somethlns we,«flri *d^ v t9 yo«r - present car in our Uety qnd paint dt* begaf and family, West , Mi*, and Mrs. Raymond ,poj|lk' grew and son Paul, Algtuftf; the Rev. and Mrs. L. Wilteftberf.aM f jftde and Mrs. Emllie Pergande. lizabeth's sppnsors were Mrs. Habegar and Henry Pergaftde. LuVerne School Vacation The LuVerne public s school dismissed Thursday and v$catl,ori was enjoyed on Good Friday, Supt. Hjetle is- spending the va> cation 'a,t his home here, also Mrs. Joseph Thorn, Esther Mer* kle and Ruth Wegner, Frances Anders went to her home 'in. Oes Moines, Genora Roland to Dakota City. Weston Noble ,to Riceville, Mabel Kubly 1 to Madelia, Minn., Bryce Wickett to, Milo, Checkup ai Rochester M|r. and Mrs. John Keene and soil Jackie, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch, went ,to Rochester, Minn. Ja.ckie has glaucoma and went there for a 3heck-up in the eye department, They report his eye condition 'is mu/'h improved. Jackie is three and a half years old. ' Kr--«ies Sell tyqcery Iriends 'Here''received word that Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kruse, former -owners of tbte Cor.ner Store, have sold their store at Jefferson, la. Their fu-. ture plans are indefinite.' Byron, their youngest son, N will graduate Jefrerson, high school tHis spring and he plans to enter Drake university this fall. Krauses Sell Grocery Friends h.ere received word that ' Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kruse, former owners of the Corner Store, have sold their store at Jefferson, la. Their future plans are indefinite. Byron, their> youngest son, »nll graduate from Jefferson high school this spring and he plans to enter Drake uhi- versity this fall. Addition to Home— Work has been begun on an addition to the house William Schipull purchased from Mr. and 1 Mrs. Dale Brayton. Mr. and Mrs; Henry Hefti Jr., son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull; will, occupy the horne purchased. Ed Brace of Glenwood, N. D, 1 , visited the past week at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace.sHe has just'returned from Hot Springs, Ark., where he spent the winter. Arlene Warmbier, who is - a student nurse in Des Moines', came to, attend the confirmation service of her sister Maxine on Palm Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hesse, Carol and Norman Jr. of Ames spent their Easter vacation with Mr. Hesse's mother Mrs. Lillie Hesse.- Norman is a student at lowtT^StateT college. ,iJ'Roiiert ~CJi3$$Jan of Iowa City spent the weekend at the home of- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.. I. Chapman. Bob, who had been' Attending Iowa State college at Ttmes, transferred to the University at Iowa City at the mid-year semester. •' Morton and Emmet Grant of Cumberland, Wig., were recent visitors at the home of their cousin Mrs. Harold Sorenson and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Neville of Ames, spent the Easter week vacation at the home of Mrs, Nev-^ ille's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 'Dimler. Mr. Neville is attending Iowa State college. Mrs. Charles Marso of Lakefield, Minn., is visiting at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rusher. Mr. and Mrs. John Nott and daughter Thoma of Webster City spent Sunday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sgnford, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger, Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Rockwood. Mr,s. Nott is the former Darlene Cpnoway. ' •Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Witten- ber.g of Springfield, 111., spent the Batter, week vacation with Kenneth's parents, the RevT and Mrs, L, Wittenberg and sister Nadine and-also at'Fort Dodge with Mrs, Wittenberg's parents, M,r, and Mrp, Charles sWolf, Kenneth is attending Concordia Seminary in Harriet Njeison, stude.m at Waldorf. college- in. Forest City, spent . vacation week with her par,s; RJp. and Mrs. J, A. Nelson, Bryce Wickett and son Bill went to M,ilo Thursday and spen,t the weekend with Mrs. Wickett and son John at th^e. home of Mrs. Wjckett's mother, 'Mrs. 'Doris ,M*ts,' George Tiede of Monday r ,, home of Mrs, Tiede r s brother Ijawrence Miller. They Wenji *Q> F/Qflfr> ©odge to spend TueMpy at the home of Mr. an'd Mw.- gharies, WoW, 'i Ames, vacation ol M?^ and -Mrs, F. •" IPcitzko, the past week.-. Mr. and Mrs. a, 0. Marty- returned Friday mbrnlng fr.orh a week spent with, their gbivin-law ~nd daughter Mr. a«ti MfS. Jas. iowman in OaliJ-fis,' TeJ^. Mr. ibwman is attending fexas A. and i M. university.. Liu-lla Blumer re.tur,ried Irom Chicago, 111., where she spent the Palm Sunday weekend with her sister Sara. Norma Stripling, Student at Statf Teachers college, Cedar Palls, came Friday arid spent the Laster week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. i. Stripling. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton, Who purchased the Joseph Wor-' by home in the east part of town moved to. their new home Thursday. The past month Ihey have clone extensive repairs to the property, installed a bathroom and a paint and paper improvement. Mrs. Mary Studer of East End, Sask., Can,, has spent the past week visiting her sister Mrs. Anna Sankey. Another sister Mrs. Ralph Ballard and daughter Jan- ice of Redwood Palls, Minn., ramo Thursday to visit Mrs. Studer and Mrs. Sankey. Mrs. Arthur Riley and Mrs. James Doak went to Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs. Riley went to Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs. Riley went to consult an oculist and get new glasses. Mrs. Gerhart Myers and new infant son born at the Lutheran hospital Sunday, March 14. in Fort Dodge, have returned to their home here. Corporal Nicholas Wolfe, stationed in the army at Kansas City, Mo. spent from Sunday until Wednesday evening with his wife and daughters. JBe was called here by the death of Mrs. Wolfe's father, William Thompson. Mrs. Anna Woodson of Eagle Grove is spending some time here at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Ray Agard, and family. VHfc! ALGOMA MEWSPAPEflS GIVE GREATER COVERAGE OVER 4,000 CIRCULATION Tuesday, March 30, 194$ New Employes* At County Fetrm LuVerne^-Mf. and Mrs, Arthur Henry and two daughters ar£' going to the. county farm, at Algona to work. Mir." Henry left Friday and Mrs. Henj-y and the girls will leave as soon as Mrs, Henry can be relieved of her clerking duties at the Corner Store.' SEXTON Mr. and Mr.s. Surnner Parsons, B.urt, were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the home, of her sister Mrs. John Jennings and family. Mr. and Mrs. J-oho Voss Sr., Lia.Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, Renwjck, were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs, C. R. Anderson was a business caller day. Mrs. Cecil Spader, soft, AMsotte^ sHjeni u at the home of het Jack Hawley. Mrs 'Roland, Bdde; ,,afi|¥! daughter SUsah utfllSd o"n Drusie Noble Friday LaVonne and Matfy Swea City, Sandr,4 <f Nancy Lo,wman were -, ,.„ itors at school. ti^Vojltte Mary Ann are nieces ,of ,t^e, \ <?r Mrs. Fred Ericlfson. Mr. and Mrs. L\oyA S{.eyett ftft family of Mapleton, Mihtti, Wednesday afternoon yisw the home of her n)oth£r< _, Sarah Wise and sister Mrs. Dfittsu Noble. Mr, and Mrs. fid Smith, B,Ur| were Thursday everting 'Visitoi at the home of Mr. and Mfs. Jon! Jennings. Mr, Smith is a- bfoftid of Mrs. Jennings. WANT ADS BRING.'! RBSOLl Practical Feed for Seal Poultry men SARGENT GRAIN BALANCER Poultry Raisers! Keep Down Feed Bills Users report that from one and one-half to tw,o, sacks of Grain Balancer, wHI feed 1^)0 hens per .month. The hens eat more grain than Grain Balancer, and that means, less commercial: feed to buy. With a straight, laying* mqshc, 'you; would; have to, feed .equal- proportions of mash and grain. Get a bag today. Try it. See how your hens will go for the Cafeterjal style of, feeding—and will eat more grain and less sjupplemftnt. Here's How It Saves: 1. HELPS SAVE MONEY. Because it takes less than two sacks of Sargent Grain Balancer, if fed as specified; to. feed 100 hens, a month. This is about half vyhat yojjj •_<,.. t <:.'- : -- - • •..' • , » i -•> r> would, figure on if you .used a regular laying, mash' It means, that wjth Sar.genjs you feed more home grown grains—and proportionately,- Jess commercial feed, •> i 2 HEU»S,SAV5 TIME. Cafeteria style feeding wjth Sargejnts Grain Balancer eliminates mixing and grinding of grain and: other, hard,' work. You just feed your whol grain in self-feeders—with Sargent Grain Balancer, beside it. 3. HELPS SAVE WORK. Eliminates scratch feeding morning and night—and because it takes less work, it r*duc4t > your labor cost by that amount. Grves Increased Egg Production—A Greater Laying Period ,'" NOTHING Just Sargent's PRt-MIX THiM MUST FEEPYOU ON SOMETHING SPiCIAL The Sensational 5V ^ , i- AP V » \ •- e *?

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