The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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§-AI§6fia Upper D*t Molni* fuiiday, May 4, 194$ Road Grader Is New Purchase At Whitfemore Whittemore—Whittemore officials purchased a second hand road maintainer Tuesday of last week from a grader company, paying $1,000 for it. The huge machine seems to be in fine condition and judging by the prices paid for tractors and other machinery these days, is practically a "steal". Seniors Skip To Storm Lake Last Tuesday the seniors of Whittemore high school took their annual Skip Day accompanied by Supt. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle to Storm Lake where they were guests with about 3,500 other seniors. The Storm Lake Chamber of Commerce was the host to the students. A car driven by the group of nine to Storm Lake was decorated with Wildcats, the emblems of the local basketball team, and was part of the 2 mile parade in which other schools had similar ideas for floats. At the head of the parade were the reigning dng .and queen from Albert City md Kelly, Iowa, respectively* iVhittemore's candidates were Kenneth Wehrspan and Jean-* nette Vaudt. Buena l Vista college held an )pen house the same day and entrance examinations . could be' taken by any senior interested. ! Honor Rev. Zimmerman The Rev. and Mrs. John C. Zimmerman and family camd here Monday night of last week to stay over night with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman. Mr. Zimmerman who w'as pastor of the Lutheran church at Montevideo, Minn., accepted a call to Eldora, Iowa, and were enroute to their new destination. A dinner in their honor was given at his parents home in the evening and those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer pstwald, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mentz and family, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman, Lotts Creek, .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruger, Titonka, and Dora Riggert, Algona. New Hotel Owner Harold' W. Kueckcr had his opening day Saturday, May 1, in fi [jioirral It's better to appreciate something you can't have, than to have something you can't appreciate. For Re-Election Johnson Ticket upervisor 5th District Will Be Scarce! After May 15, Supply Will be Critical We are taking orders now for B ,. • crop spray emulsion Small Amount 2,4D Left! • • Mitchell Chemical Sales Next to Rcaesly Lumber Co, the West ^ft«J Motei t which he recently purchased from Frank Schumacher. The htttSl will Be managed by Jack MeKean, son- in-law of the KUecker's. , They will ajso serve lunches and other refreshments. Kuecker moved here into the L. W. Swanson home just south of the furniture store. They are well known in this community as both Mr. and Mrs. Kuecker grtw up in this community ahd for a number of years lived hear and in West Bend. Mr. McKeah grew up in the vicinity of Clear Lake, and served in the navy in the last war and of late he has been employed in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Schumacher will again move to their home in the south part of town ' as soon as Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer can find a home to move into. 51st Anniversary A number of relatives and neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, Tuesday evening to celebrate the 51st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and family, and Mrs. Ruth Schultz and family, of Whittemore, Rosella 'Voigt, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollorn, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family, Lotts Creek'. The evening was spent at cards and lunch was served later. Visit Spilles Home Walter Kleinfehn, of New Hampton, came last week Thursday to visit at the homes of Mr.* and Mrs. Frank Spilles and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke. And also to visit with his mother Mrs. Mary Kleinfehn, who is staying with her daughter Mrs. Frank Burke. Mr. Kleinfehn returned home on the following Friday, and taking a combine home with him to New Hampton, He was accompanied by Frank Sollies, his brother-in-law, who will visit for several days 'in New Hampton. Dance April 28 On Wednesday, April 28, a dance sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America was given in Presentation hall. The Knights of Columbus and their wives from West Bend and Whittemore were invited to attend the affair and Jim Liichteis music was provided. Jim is a girl who con\es from Milford and has at least two radio programs, one from KlCD. Mrs. Leo Swanson and daughter Judith Ann, and son Leo Jr. arrived home Sunday of last week from Mason City where Mrs. Swanson spent the past five weeks during the arrival of the Swanson's daughter at the Pane hospital and at the home of Mrs. Swanson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shinn, Her mother, Mrs. Shinn accompanied her here and will help take care of the house work and the baby. Mrs. John Burke and sons arrived home last week Thursday from Chicago where she visited with her parents and other relatives the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu and Mrs. Thomas Carmody attended the funeral of Theodore Genders of Algona, who died suddenly at his home recently. There were no children in the family, and Mrs. Geoder was not able to attend the rites since she was ill from shock. He. was a brother of Nick Goeders of Cylinder and also the late John Goeders of Algona. Mrs. Mary Kleinfehn has been ill at the Frank Burke home but is now back on the road of recovery. John Uhlenhake drove to Rochester, Minn., Friday of last week and the following day on Saturday brought home his son Jack from the hospital there. Jack is now able to walk on emtches and the.bftltltt •!$ believed nbw' healirtg. Jae having a long siegfe with 1 , his which was broken; 1ft an -ftut* a« ' eldent over .a yeaf agov Mr. and Mrs. ThbtflBS Kelly and family moved into IhJ -hbrrie of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfind^l, pa^ rents of Mrs. Kelly, last week. The home vacated by the? Kellys was purchased by , Frdfik .BUrke for his son J6htt ahd as M>. and Mrs* Fartdel ai % e *Well up ift age and ho living Quarters available, so it was thought best fbi? them to 'have their daughjte,f Jim with them and help take cafe' orthem. Ruth Ann MUelleY, ' dluWtef of Mr. "and Mrs. Henry Mueller, 'who ha$ been suffering with rheumatic fever for Some time arrived home from Rochester, Mlfttt., last week. Miss Mueller • is sbfrtewhat improved, and able to be up. A nine oound daughter was born at the McCreery hospital last Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey of Feritbh. This beiftU their first child. Mr. and Mrs. John,Waldron returned home ^Fujl'day"' evening from their three 'weekS t$p. They visited in Denver, Colo,, PoWell, Wyo., Leach, N. p., Park ftapids and Sherburn, Minn, 'Word was received here that C. L. Cavanaugh, former Whittemore resident, sufefred a heart attack at his home in Fort Dodge last Tuesday. Dr. J. W. McCreery visited the Cavanaughs Thursday evening and received Word Saturday that Mr. Cavanuagh was getting better. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, and Mrs. George Meyer drove to Rochester, JiJjrm.iiSatur- day to visit, with ; 'Mrs. William Myer St., who has been a patient in St. Mary's hospital at that place, the past two -weeks. Mrs. Meyer has left thfe hospital for a rooming house Friday and is ex-. pected home in a week. Mr. and Mrs.. -Herman Meyer returned home from Rochester,' Minn., Tuesday night where Mrs. Meyer went to go thi'ough the Mayo clinic and to consult with specialists in regards to hoi- health. Mrs. Chris Olson is still reported on the sick list. Albert Bunkofske Suffers Relapse Porllahd — Albert Bunkofske returned home .recently from the eneral hospital, Algona, after a siege of pneumonia, He suffered a relapse and complications and on Friday was taken to the Burt lospital. Farm Progress Report Farmers in this locality are planting potatoes, making new strawberry beds and some corn has bsen planted. Considerable seeding of plots, for hay, froze out during the winter, is also being done. Th= pig crop is reported poor in some places and above average, on other farms. . ' ; v New Machine Shed Ray McWhorter has completed a large machine shed, a double garage, and other improvements on his home place and is remodeling, modernizing and completely re-decorating the whole-'house on another farm he owns, across the road from where:!he This place will be occupied- • by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, at an early date. Mrs. Charles Scott entertained the "Gay Nine" Bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Two tables play and the hostegs, each time, is the ninth member. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott spent Sunday, May 2, with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Dolli- VLT. ELECTRIC RANGE Com* if) yoMftb* Pre»tel!ne Eltctrie with tht 21 f«atgr«s which make it tfwfeMJtr In tjw iltetrlc Rqnge fi^lcl, t9W|> , f „ wlfh , Imfr wl| Only PfWt*lint-«f «H El«e»ric Ronge»* fl!v»| you tht Sqf»ty Top. Tiny tots can't rweh wp qrjd toych hot element»-gian» ' *" work ipaw l» pll In front. Fglry aut»mo)i« eontrolf let you use the Av«tl«M» »« <w»«Uit •09n9mk«l »ffp»Wtll Cooker, the handy mvBtlily |nitellm*M |riM pppl!«n«t Wtlft, Of the heavily-iniuloted oven that helflU q 30-poynd turkey, ' «%«od W* itl BUILDING SUPPLY €0. & 'Si§l«-"Mr. and Mrs. ftarold Johes wefe in Burt the first of the week to be neat, Mfs. Joftes' uncle In his last' illness. John fSrwlrt Longworthy, 81, passed away Tuesday evening; April 27,-at the Curtis'-Home, where he has been .cared for the last two months. He is a brother of Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. W. A. Stoutenber^. Arthur Counlryman Dies Arthur Countryman, "64, Ledyard, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Countryman, died Wednesday, April 21. He Was a Veteran of World War I. His last rites are being held at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Countryman .farmed in Swea township many 'years before leaving here. fteiurtu on Visit John Thompson of Hollandale, Minn., visited the past week at the home of his daughter and her Langworthy, 1, Died Tuesday At Burt Home & yraiM r, ftfcn tl'Mft.*'Anton tfolcorttfe afid StShWy , . „..,. were 4 - guests at « 7^™*,* Thursday at tMtWslter A. men- mend home, Afmstrdntf; "' • I ';... , jHnmrmmiiti ' • ' - ' f Paf*mi of Son - ,' Mr, arid Mrs. ftertald Cbyle -6f Clfear Lake afe' patents*'of,--A .-ion Richard Daniel, botfi Apia/ IB] The mother is the former ftoS« Ella Whitlow. "aksri id Hftpiiftl *. ' '•'"', Mfs. Rdy, Hartshorn of ne'atf Afhittwflg 'entered ' the, (Holy 1 Family -jloniui, fistherVllleV-Mt week fo? niedical treatment. Mrs.' Hartshorn ~uriderwent. a majof opefatioh last fall and has /not'cbvered. . 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