The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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jr v &!hton.~Fittal rites were held Tuesday mofning for Mrs. Jerry B Murphy who died at her home ?Mufday morning. ^Mary Leona Snvder, daughter w Mf, and Mrs, George Snyder, was born in 1886 on a farm in Henry county, Galva, 111, Here JB ief /?r ew to young- womanhood, W>K'M teaching her profession, ahd taught in schools in the Gal- V&eowmunity, Matfy Snyder was united in marriage- to Jerry R. Murphy of CTalVa, 111. In 1914 they moved to a farm near Emmetsburg, Iowa, Bwr the last six years th.ey lived on a farm south of Fcntbh. Mrs, Murphy had been in poor health for same time and she departed from this Ijfe on Saturday morn- April 17, at 9 o'clock.' ,' Surviving are her husband, Jerry R. Murbhy and seven chil- dfen.^Gertrude, Elizabeth, James fend Philio at home, George of Eenton, Mrs. Frances Murnhy'of Fnimetsburg, Mrs. Hollis McCul- jough of Garner and Mrs, Emmet 'urphy of Graettinger. A daughter preceeded her mother in death. Also surviving I tfre ten gprftidehUdren, tbVee ters and, one brother, Mrs, Hudson, Mrs. Georgene Miller, arid Miss Florence Snyder bf Galva, 111., and Clarence Srtydec residing in California. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 9:30, Mrt St. Michael's Catholic church 'in' Whittemore. The Very Rev. Father Viet officiating 'at high mass assisted by Rev. Fathei 4 Pick. Interment was in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery. Pall bearers were Eddie Reimers, Lester Grace, Matt Brennan, Bob Carney, James Geelen and George Kit-ley. The relatives from a distance attending the finnl rites weiis Mrs. Fred Hudson, Mrs. Goorgcne Miller, Miss Florence Snyder, Mrs. Margaret Murphy and Tim Murphy of Galva, 111.. Mrs. Florence Scyllcr, John Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. George Kjirley of Kcwanee, 111. Walter Widdel 111 Walter Widdel became suddenly, ill Saturday evening and was taken to the hospital about 11:30 by ambulance. He was suffering from hem-,, orrhages. He returned to His home from the hospital on 1 Thursday afternoon but is still very weak. Church Circle Meets ' The Martha Circle of Blakjer Lutheran. church met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. P, H. Jensen. Advertisement From where I sit... J Joe Marsh. Sam's Hens Wear Spectacles! J Yes, it's a fact! Sam's brood of T£#O dozen hens arc wearing spec- fades — which he bought .from- a- 'mail-order house in Capitol City. A Sam- says it works, (and big "poultry raisers sny so, too). The gee each bthor .through soft colored glasses, and instead of 'fighting- and picking at each other, ^th.qy go around placidly, gain weight, and lay. morp eggs. Makes, me alinpst wish, we could have glasses for hu- * man beings, top. So that instead' of quarreling and. criticizing, like we do so much of the lime, we'd live and 1:1 live in contentment. From "wlVovo' I sit,' tlic UuniSri race wastes u powerful lot of lime- in \vnuiglir.f* over minor issuer... •*: \vhethor a r.inn should drink beer;; or cider.", .whether a wonii'.n should wear slacks gr F.kirts ... instead of seeinjt each ether through "spectacles" of tolerance thr.t enable us to live-and-let-livc like SanVs brood of chickens. Copyright, 1948, United States Urcwcrs Foundation . ¥h)s mrflA tKe organization meeting of this circle. T?h6 circle was ftattied Martha. Officers elected were Mrs. P, H. Jensen ( . president; Mrs. Millen Jensen, vice president; Mrs. Curtis Olson, e rogram ehairtfian, and Mrs, aurefice Johannsen, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Anna, Osborn led in devotions. Mrs. Curtis Olson and Mrs, Millen Jensen each gave a reading. The program opened and closed With groufi singing. A lovely lunch was served by the hostess. Plan Ply Spray The Community Club met on Monday evening, April 19 in the Legion hall. There were 11 members present. There was discussion held on the handling of the fly campaign. A unanimous approval was given, on last 1 yeat's campaign. Plans are to start earlier this year. The committee appointed lo lake charge of the campaign were John Fuhr, Frank Sehne, Alvin Zumaoh, and L. Wallace Smith. .Receives Face Injury : Fred Mortefisen received painful injury to his face Sunday morning while delivering the Sunday papers. The wind was blowing the papers about in the back seat of the car and as 'Fritz' reached for the papers, the car went into the ditch. There was no damage to the car. Here For Funeral Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nemitz, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melby, arid Mrs. Carl N.emitz of Can'by, Minn., were in Fenton to attend the funeral of Paul Nemitz. They visited here with relatives/ through Thursday before 'returning home. Class Confirmed ',' The confirmation, class of St; John's Lutheran .church of Depew were cohf irmed on Sunday, April 18. Members ' of the class were David Berkland, Ronald •Berkland, Mary Finnestad« Esther Gilbertson, Clarice Meling, BeMora .Mitchell. Shirley Mit- nhel). Joseoh" Naig, Roeer Nelson, Marilyn Sorensen. Phillip Sol"berg, and Robert Twait. Confirmation Dinner A dinner was given at- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad. Sunday, in honor of Mary. •Lou Finnestad's confirmation. Mary Lou is the daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. John Finnestad.. The dinner was also in honor of Mary Lou's sister Faith's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, O. 'P. Randa and: son, ME. and- Mrs. Kalmer Randa and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thacker -and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and family, Lars M. tfin Mrs. Lula Knutson, Mrs* O. vig, Grace Mueller, Deloris Fin. nestad, Marilyn Weisbrod and Mr', and Mrs. John Finnestad and family. Sorenson Dinner Party Dinner guests m the OsCar Sor 1 -* ensbn home in honor of Marilyn's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sorenson and family, Misses Alice and Lavinia SorenscHJ. of St. James, Minn., and Mrs. Harold Derksen and daugnter Kathleen of Malomia, Minn. Lydia Circle Me} The Lydia Circle met in the home of Mary Hansen on Wednesday afternoon, April 21. There were 11 members present. Mrs. Paul Cornelius led in devotions and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber gave the lesson. Guests were Mesdames Charles Weisbrod, J. T. Waite, Rov Chrischilles, John Gramenz, and Carrie Vrtigt. f • Mrs, Ehrhardt Hostess The Naomi Circle met in the home of Mrs. Roy Ehrhardt on Fridav, April 10. Mrs. Charles Newel was co-hostess, Mrs. Emil Frank led in devotions and Mrs. Arlo Ranney gave the lesson. 15 Ai Mary Circle The Mary Circle met in the | home of Mrs. Earl Crouch on Wednesday, April 24. Mrs. Clarence Osborn was the assisting hostess. There, were 15 members present. Mrs. Ed Schlie led J,he devotions and Mrs. Fred Newel gave the lesson. Homebuilders Class The Homebuilders class of the Methodist church met on Tuesday evening, April 20 in the church ' parlors. Those serving were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lufkin, Rev. and Mrs. Flowers, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt in the absence of Mr. and' Mrs. Clarence Underwood. Oliver Stoeber acted as president pro-tern in absence of Roy Osborn. Frank Behne led in devotions. Plans were made for the annual picnic to be held on June 6 at Tuttle Lake. " During the program a selected quartet sang several songs accompanied at. the piano by Mrs. Rex Wolfe. In the quartet were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Movers, Mrs. Fred Brown and Rev. Flowers. $ diftnnr Wednesday Suasion beiftg hefr bi«tS r. kamp and Hefrflftft Boerars. Offfcers and members of Fenton school board enjoyed a dinner 8ri Tuesday eve'flin^ at the Home cafe. Those erijoyiflg tfte dinnfi*. were president. Otfe> fi*ji»- chardt; secretary, Paul' Kialer. and board members Gerfiafd Hantelman, John Munch, Ever,eit DreyeP, and Dr. ftuske. Mrv and Mrs. Harry Tunge and son David Allan of Sioux FiUSj S. Dv,^were weekend Visitor^ at' Mrst Tunge's parent-? Mr.Jiftd Mrs. John Finnestad fteas Fen- 'ton. , Mrs. O. Govig of Mason City spent. last weekend, vmtintf reta* lives and friends, at Cylinder aftd, Fenian* , Mr, and Mrs. Chris Kuck. and John-.Rusch of Crystal' Lake w,ere ;SUnd|ty evening dinner guests ift; ithe William Voigt- hom?.' •' : Mr, and Mrs. Herman Voigt 6f : Aldeft', Minn., were Sunday after,noon; callers in the William Voigt Mr. , and Mrs. Diego Christian* scn of Bancroft were Sunday evening, callers in Ihe Feed Bfcown home, Lowell and Donald Hantelmafi of Laketpn, Indiana, are visiting « wittt relating . white JrlS afs. Mf. aftd Ufa, wlm&t telman, are visitittg with dsj The p Tftufsdfav in, th* ttuske. Mrs. Ray assisting h6stess. members present. Reijners led in last e <?< Mts. fi. hjl vsraa the efie wife 14 Mrs. Eddie devet,tioi)s and , Mrs. Jack fiemafi gav^ the les-' son "Prayers of Jesus^ Mrs. Melvin Mansager was & giiest. Mr., and Mts t J. A. Schwartz Visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of their, son Karl and family in Wayn«, N*b. The Thursday evening Bridge club met last Thursday in the home, of Mr, and* Mrs. J. A. Schwartzv Mis. V-. f. tahim, woh high score foi? the ladies. Fred Newel Won. high score for the men, M>r, aad; Mf-s. Clarence .tfnder-, wood have been in towa City this [week to r consult a specialist con.-- ;cefning Mt,. tfriderwood's health. • 'Vernon kipfer was graduated ion Sunday frofn the Palmer. isius and soa ftiafik. at Atgoha,, iand Mrs. Howard Schutte attend,ed the graduation services. They "were also guests at the dance and banquet on Saturday evening. Mr; and Mrs. EpVin Votteler, : and. Mr. and. Mrs, Frank Hum- , Aprif V, 1948 phrey Wete SUftday dfnnefc ift the Ernest Votteler home. Mr. and Mrs. Williattt Fischet* Sunday afterftooji 40 ¥*»» Marry pjoodgood has C6Wiplet ed 40 years as a) rural letter car rier ffdfft fice. Me April, 1908 r , $: on the 24% with horses-. er", was purchased'; then he hag ANNOU I dm a candidate for SUPERVISOR From the Third District Kossuth Coynty Subject to the decision of the Republican Voters at the Primary Election. LOUIS BARTLETT TITONKA Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean attend-, ed the funeral of A. M. Brown Tuesday afternoon at Gruver. ,Mrs. Wallace Brown, the former Zelma Ditsworth, was a daughr ter-in-law of A. M. Brown. Mrs. Fred Fessler has been ill at her home south of Fenton for the past three weeks. She is somewhat better at this time. Mrs. Carrie Voigt entertained ! ^ it it ii M *••. **: itf M 41 II 4 I r A ft; * > * t 4 ' k , *» "i . "I • H; i ,j POP-UP REFUSE GON|AINER^ Fits on inside of ; lower cabittiet door. When door is opened: the lid. pops open—rcloses auipmaiically When cabinet door is closed. 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