The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
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M , Sarly Settler it Fenton Is >ead In Canada . Penton—Mrs. Andrew N. Fin- lestod died at her home iri Hoey, Bask., Canada, Tuesday April fi felt the age of 85 years. Marie Bcrkland, daughter of Esther and Oscar Berldattd, was oorn in Norway. She was imit- _&d in marriage to Aridr,ew Finne- Isted in Norway and they carnc I to America about 05 years ago. [They lived for a time at Pontiac, Mil., before coming to Depew, •whore they also lived for awhile before settling on a farm near Fenton. Ernest Oskin'gs now Jives on that farm. Mr. and Mrs, Finnestad were among the early settlers of the Fenton vicinity. They moved to Canada approximately 40 years .'. ago. . / •Mr. and Mrs. Finnestad "are the -.parents of 12 children, eight of ^'whom survive to mourn their mother's death. The children are 1 all living in Canada except thair daughter Mrs. Oscar Hansen at Blue Earth, Minn. The' surviving brothers - and sisters are. Mrs. Ben Mitchell, Mrs. Sam Olson^ OH Berkland and Andrew Berkland. all of Fenton. ' Andrew Berkland left Wednesday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen of Blue Earth for Canada to attend funeral services, which will be held Saturday afternoon. Honored at Shower Mrs. Richard Theesfield was •honored at a . miscellaneous , shower on Friday evening at the li'home of Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. 3 Other hostesses . were Mesdames i/Dyane Wallukatc, Algona, For- '' rest Gilmore, Whittemore, Victor Faulstick and Hugp Faulstick, Lone Rock, Alvin Zumach, Larry ['Alt, Lloyd Sunde, Lester Thee's- 1 field, Mervih Hale, and Charles • .Theesfield. • In the program Carol Jane Biersledt and Marilyn Jentz played a clarinet duet. Mfs. Alvin Zumach read two short skits. Piano solo, Star -Light Waltz. Carol Jane Bierstedt. Mrs. Thcesfield received many lovely gifts. The Fenton Forward 4-H club met at the home of Juanita Mae Straley on April 2. R611 call was answered by five members. Audra Kae Straley was a guest. Plans were made for the 4-H club's participation in the Farm Bureau meeting on April 20. A lovely lunch was served by the .hostess. Mr. and '.Mrs. John Fuhr and girls and Mrs/ Clara Fauerby visited ' Friday .evening with v Mr. and., Mrs, Karl Neilson, it being the' •Neilson' wedding ' anniversary.' .'?,:' '!.,.. . - .,' . ,- . : Mr: and Mrs. Rasmus Neilson, Donald and Gene,' from Grey, la., visited from Thursday through Monday at the Karl Nelison home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Faudrby of Ames, Phyllis Faucfby of Algona arid pelbe'rt Elbcrt, of Whitte- rno're were Sufiday dijriner guests n't the hoifrie of Mrs. Clara .Fatier- byy '" ; • Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth and family attended a, family get-together at the hdme of Mrs. Emma Baas at Windom, Minn., on Sunday. Mr, arid Mrs. S. E, Straley and girls were Sunday guests at the Ralph Flier htjrne at'Armstrong. Sunday guests at 'the M. F. Hiatt home were Mr. and Mrs, !1 J. Spragg of Arnolds Park and Mrs* Lucy Jacobs of Sydney. Mrs. Anne Steinbeck and son Lyle, Mrs. Carrie Voigt and Mrs, Lilas BoeVer were Sunday giiests at the Kenneth Voigt home, Welcome, Minn. .. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker are the parents of a E-lb. 14-oz. son, Myron Elliott, born Tuesday, April 6, at Algona. This is the Barkers/ first child. Mr.- Barker is the band director in the Fen- tbn school. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey visited ' Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Viola Whitford at Carroll and with their grandson, Henry Stedman and family, Lidderdale. Gene Speth is spending this week with hiw parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth. Gene arrived home Sunday morning and will return Saturday to San Diego. He has been taking his naval training at San Diego and upon his returned he will be assigned to a ship. The Independence township Farm Bureau met oh ', Monday evenmg at 'the Center school. Mr. Ashby, county agent, spoke On commercial fertilizers. He also showed a movie pertaining to Swift & Co. The picture showed the start of Mr. Swift';-; business and how it progressed through the years to the present day. • Lotts Creek Girl To Be Bride Lotts Creek — Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Caroline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, to Eugene, x son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt, of Whittemore. The ceremony will be performed at 2 o'clock-at the Irri- manuel Lutheran 'church hero Sunday, the Rev. A. F. Otto officiating. Bathhouse Loses At Emmetsburg In the Emmetsburg city elec tion last week the voters decisively turned down a proposal for a $40,000 bond issue to finance ela borate plans for a swimming pool and a bathhouse on Five Island lake adjoining the city. The, vote was strongly negative in>all four wards, and the totals were only 202 in favor to 861 against. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. '4 •> I »l t*'- Work Watch Incabloc equipped, water repellent, sweep second hand, luminous dial. Anti-rnagneiic expansion band. $29.75 Man's Dress WATCH 17 Jewel, incabloc equipped, IQK RGP, jiigh dome crystal. Gold hands and nvweya$ IjtaJtber ba;nd. $35,00 Ladies Watch sjeel jk hand? snd n With expansion band $2?.75, With 9ilk ,coi4 $24,75 Child Welftire l« Topic At Meeting Lone Roek Women Lone Rock—'The Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afteriioon at the home of Tcna Jensen with Mrs. Irene Braddo'ck as'assisting hostess. Thu program ort child \velfare was carried otlt by Tehsi Jensen and Mrs. Francis Fqley. Lunch "was served by the hostesses to the 15 .members and two guests present. The next meeting . will be held Wednesday, May 5, with Mrs. Emil Kraft and Mrs. C?lenn Burt as hostesses. Lndies' Mite Society The Ladies' Mite society will meet Thursday afternoon, April 15 at the home-of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard with Mrs. Merton Larson, Mrs. Jesse B. Blaricriard Jr.. Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mrs. Alfred Schultz as hostesses. A fine program has been planned for that day. Sunday Dinner Guests Sunday dinner guests at the J. M. Anderson home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Is^ acdson of Boone and Mr. &ndl Mrs. Otto .Westling and daughter of Algona. Afternoon callers there were Mr. and Mrs. &oy Bernholt of Wesley and Mr, and Mrs. Ray Westling of Burt. At Presbytery Meeting Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, Mrs. V/ill Christenson and Mrs. Art Priebe attended Presbytery on Thursday and Friday, April 8, 1 and 9, at Rockwell City. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee, and Mrs. ' Emil Kraft attended it Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. Mr. and Mr». H. R. Bussie and Dorea, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Faul- stick of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. ,f. J. Eirners, Mr. and Mrs. R. &• Bleich all\ attended a birthda? party in honor of R. A. Bleieh Tuesday, evening at the Oj. T* Cheflahd home. Mrs. R. A. BleicH' and Mrs. O. T. Che*fland spent Wednesday afternoo'fi in Humboldt Visiting Miss Matilda Falk. , A. IX Newbrough afrived home Friday, April 2, from the hospital in Fort D.odge, where he underwerit an operation for" gall stones an'd atipendicitis: Mr. a'nd Mrs.' Emil Kraft at- tended'the funeral of Tim Row/ ley at the East Chain Methodist church at East Chain. Minn., oh Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alrtle and Shirley of Ottosen, Mr.' and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Jr. and Mdllie Anne, Mr. H. A. Blanch'- ard, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Gary Gene were guests at a dinner Thursday evening at the parental J. M. Blanchard Howie, in honor of Mrs. Schultz's birth*, day. The evening was sgent playing 500 with Chester Aline winning high prize. ,. . Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates and Pegpy of Algona spent Wedncoda/ afternoon at the par.ntal Wm. Nelson home. Lindy llay Copke of Emmets- bur , speht a few days visiting her grandmother Mrs., LjWia Wetzel while' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooke moved to Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gifford %ttcl family were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Smith home at Burt. Betty Jorgenson was a Thursday supper guest at the John Behrends home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell and family spent Wednesdajf evening at the Harold Zimmerman home at Whittemore, W. G. Flaig and .Fred'k Schultz spent. Thursday in Mason City on business, ' Mrs. Lillian Worthington returned home Wednesday after For Extra Roominess and Riding Comf or visiting her daughter, Mrs. Murle Jei'gfchsjon at Ledyard. Mrs B. L. O'Donnell, Mrs. flick O'Donnell, and Mrs, Fred Flaig attended a shower in honor of Mary Long at Bancroft, Tuesday night. Verda Bell Thomsen. of tori Dodge S p en t / r om Tuesday until Friday at the parental Andrew Thomson home. Ivan Schmidt returned hbme Wednesday night after Visiting his uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schmidt at Bruce, S. D., Mrs. Henry Schroeder spent Wednesday afternoon visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Weiner at the Glenn Minb home at Swea City. Mrs. A. J, Elsbecker spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Michael at St; Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer and family spent Thursday evening visiting the Sam McCleish home. Tueidfty, ApH) It, 194* Alcana Ufrfsif They spent Sunday, the A. J. Meyer Jfr. htme fieati Ringsted. ' 'M'r. and Mrs. OelmSf An'gtisf and family of Burt and Jarre and Jerry , Angus were. , Thursday evening supper gUests at -the home of his father. Jl. f. Angus, in honor of deor'gia Ann Arigus's 1'ith birthday. ' ' .' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ac|ceiN son of wWey Sp*eWl evening at the Get* kr.' and, Mr?. Ge6^ 'ijue&day evening a| ffie Wil Wirtjes home'at Latyfta;, i, Mf'. and. Mrs. J^ervyh -TnW son of Des Moittes* Spint day evening at the 1 hof grandparents, Mr. and E. Blanchard. OUAR FRIDAY and SATURDAY Grahams Welcome you to Algona on Dollar Days—We hope trte iieftis listed below will stretch yoOrxiollqr and make your visit to our store a profitable one. WASH CLOTHS 1flr I lib Reg. 19c BATH TOWELS 00 20x40 inches size ) ' FRAMED PICTURES NYLON HOSE $-^•00 First Quality New Shades 45 Gauge 1 "Pacific Mills" SHEETS 81x99 inches Type 128 Reg. $2.89 PART LINEN TOWELING 00 ;*';;*• 18 inches wide KITCHEN TOWELS Prints 19c J Values to $5.95 42x36 in.-Type 128 PILLOW For A REAL You're in for a conception of truck comfort -when you look at a new light arid medium duty GMC cab. It's away bigger than any previous CMC design ... 7 inches longer, 12 inches wider across the floor. There's 8 inches more seating width . . .nearly double the number of seat springs, all individually wrapped. Seats . thickly padded and are adjustable 3 3 /g inches forward, and back. There's 22 per cent more visibility through larger windshield arid windows. There's draft-free comfort provided by 'new insulation, weather sealing, plus a unique fresh air ventilation system, with Heating and defrosting if desired. "/ BRADLEY BROS. 16 So. Thorington Algona, Iowa 32 DINNER SETS Service For * 6 50 Inch Tub Fast " New Patterns Value COLLARS- DICKEYS Odd Lot etQTH Reg. 89c bRHHR Department MENS OVERALLS 86z. Stripe Sanforized •••MM CURTAINS Oild Lot $1-00 ' «'' i .*. A, ' <^i •>• j-.i.. •. . • ffs Just Me, the 4J> ••'••'-. '» •? •••• ." . . . 'with all the excitement J going to happen around Algona this coming weeK-end, * qnd with a lot of our fine merchant! t bending 9ver backwards to offer alt ypu good people some red-hot Dollar Days bargains, I jwit Wanted in here \ / • C^PKl ' '"«-. - -U •••' THBP" 1^ WP ^^ ^^^^ ^tf ^^ JW( ^M^" l ; '.u^^-;|x;^ ;;v,u, ,' r\' J v,:»

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