The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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' TWO Nfew Elevator, fl \\ Yahtake 'Garage Will Also Get Nice Glass Front t Ledyard— arc belhg made itt Ledy&rd 'this spring. • Wortt is,N&oing rapidly forward on Ih'e .new, Farmers Elevator which ' Is, bofhg erected oft the cosher west of^th.e bank. . The bricks ha vfiV all been laid for, thfe 'new addition to the creamery and the tfarpcntcr work will begin at oneo< , ' , The front of the' Yahnke 'gar-' age has been tofnvdtit and a rtew $lass front and display, rooms art to .-{hit in. Als6 the Franers'.Wflishs are building a new prl'vatc ; garage. Mumps frreVatant Many: /now cases , of mumps have been reported. The Howard Jensen children 1iaVe them, MaX- ittc Busch, Joyce Nitz, also Qiten- tin Hardt and 'tip dbubt many others not known, P., C. Jorgettson 111 P. C. Jorgcnson, who has been ill; the past week, was taken to Mason City Wednesday for •treatment. ' John Rites, Swea City _„-,-.„_ Sn JSchJkiuiw . ;Tw6 changes in women's meetings for this Week, The E. & ft. Woman's Guild is meeting ,oh Wednesday instead of Thursday and a Mother's Day program will ' be! given, ,Thp Methodist W. S. C. S. k meeting this woek instead of next and on Friday, May 7, for a Mother-Daughter meeting. Mrs Hammer of Swea City 'will - % speak. Erening at Swea City On last Monday evening Mrs. Ed Looft and Mrs. D. B. Mayer accompanied, Mrs.-V- A. Barrett of Lakota to Swea .City and spwn-- the evening at the homo of Mrs AJlan Hungerford. Af Faculty Picnic -:bn Monday evening the faculty had; a..picnic at Blue Earth with .the\ teachers, who were new tljis year, as hos'tes$s.,; After the picnic the evening was; spent at ; -bowling^';, ,j',^-:^:•••^s.^::&ii v.i| AipHia»y..;;HpM$88.v;v'' : •:•., -.:.':•;>": ..:r^On'T^ujrs.aB^:ift^(S^ legion Auxiliary'.I^Abolrt 2b attended and the•• fafterhpoh was spent sewing. A ^delicious lunch CHy — Last rites were ednducted Friday afibfnoon at the Swea City Metllbdtet church for John Erwin LaniJ'wbrthy, 81, who died at,Burt, T.uc§dsfy night, April 27, after a two fh6nths illness following a strbk'e. Mr. Lang worthy w'a's 'bbrn in Ohio, 111., May 12, 1886. He attended school there ^aftd la'tef at' tettded Wheaton collefp and a business college in Cedar Rapids. m 1896, he was united in mar* riage to Avanelle Ziittmefman of Des Moines, who parsed away in 1920. . 'There were lio children, but 'a home Was made . for her Half sister, Louise Welter. . In 1922, ho was married to Mrs. Ila. McDanicls arid, 'they made their home in California and Texas. After her dosth in 1935, he made his homo with his sister, Mrs. Wm. A. -Stouten burg. • He hod mcmbcrs'hitp , jn the Adelphic"lodge of tlie Masonic Order in DCS Moines jfbr' 38 years. He united with tfi'e Christian church of DCS Moines, : and after coming to '-Swea City tp. live, he united with the Methodist church. . Surviving are his "sister, Mrs. Wm. A. Stoutenberg, Sjvea City, his foster daughter 'Louise Webster Graybill, Lindsay, Calif., a cousin, Genevieve Jbhrison, Des Moines, and six nieces 'and two nephews. Funeral services • 'were in charge of Rev. S. H. Hammer. Music was furnished by a ladies quartet, Mrs: Oliver Lindgrcn. Mrs. Harold Evans, Mrs. Ham-. mer and Mrs. Dbreen Nelson, with Miss Iva Moats at the organ. ••Pallbearers were great/ nephews, Donald Buffingtrfh, Wesley; Harold Gartner and Dori'ald Budlong, Titonka; Jamie's Nichalson and Harold Nichalson of Russell, Minn.; and ;Gordori 'Jones, Swea City. 'Burial was in the' Burt cemetery. . Friends and relatives . here for the funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nichalson, James and Gerald Nichalsoti pf>'Rugsell, Minn.; MrsV George libvell, ' Minneapolis; Mrs. FraricisTBudiong Curtis and tiarbld Mbbson, all pf Burt. • • i * Charles Elliot, son pf Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elliot, Was taken to an Estherville hospital Friday for an appendicitis operation. . An evangelistic Campaign will be held akthe Open Bible Tabor- "aclo. from May 11 through May win T J° AE V^.n«dlst Will be Dr. Willard A. Pope, author, - traveler and Bible expositor, from Portland, Ore. Home From Hospital . Mrs. Amelia "|like returned home last week from Iowa City, ishc had been a patient at the University hospital for several weeks following amputation of a lee. Mrs. Rike is at her own home on W. Call street ahd is up part of the time. Her spn Glenn and his Wife who hud an 1 apartment, have moved home to take, care of the m .°i» c '"; .Mrs. .Rike .has a family of 12 children. 20 New Vehicles Hit The Trail Twenty new vehicles were li-i censed, by Wm. Heller, auto Clerk at the county treasurer's officej last week. The vehicles ranged] from house-trailers,' passenger cars, and trucks t6 motor, bikes. The new owners are: Chevrolet— John Schultz, Irvington; Mrs. Minnie McMahon, Algona; Albert Lickteig, Wesley; F.-M. Brethorst, Algona; A. E. Laudtzen, Algona; Luther Ny- aaafd, Wesley; Jesse Lashbrook, Algona. Fbfd-'-Harry Faber, Irvington truck. .Lighthouse ifailer— J. N. fhul, Algona. i Desoio— Geo. K. Nelson, Swea City. Mash— C. E. Priebe, Algona, truck. Siudebaket— Earl B. Miller, Algona. A Plymouth— Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Algona; Alice M. Kennedy, Algona; Melvin Ellingson, Ottosen. Check. Molorbike-— Elmer Mau- enstein, Algona. International truck.— Algona Creamery; Leo M. Elmore, Al- Plymouth— H. W. Plctch, Al* gona. To Honor Chaplains The Post Office Department will issue a 3-cent stamp through; the Washington, D. C., postoffice on May 28, 1948, in honor of the Tour chaplains who sacrificed -heir lives in the sinking of the S. S. Dorchester. These stamps will be on sale at the Algona postoffice May 29, 1948. served ostess. ,GaHnerV-Mr./aft'd^Mrs^^lttjy ; Bud- loftg ahd' Donald, all .bt .Jitbnka; Mr. ahd 'Mrs. Donald 'fjtoington Wesley; Mr.' and Mrs."Harry and Mrs. Julia Warren, Mrs., Charles Called by Illness :iMrs. Fred Smith was called t ; Des Moines last week by the ill jji0ss,of her. father;'" j*'- ' r '.' - - - "" ;~ . 'Good Apple Grpp? •j: Unless a late tfeezc or som Urifpreseen •catastrophe come along there should be a good crop of apples ; f or the traveling public to enjoy this summer anc fall at "'Apple Tr^at" farm. The pecs planted along the roadside have been trimmed this spring and should bear better than usua for the extra pruning. Last sum mor some of the trees were heav ily fruited, 'and mriny travelers ^topped to sample, the apples. IV AUNT HET BY ROBERT GUILLEN "I J?n P w i'& a ilnrter, It's what's in foujr bswt that 90 J »o aggrftv^ I uao a »lick on iqnie folks R»gwlw If «nt 9! h' f1 *l ^ *i rji • Ik- » [i 'S?'S*/i 7 \i ''- " "•* '"^ K-^E^^tefc. 'jt-iti'" tiSfi r\«s».M»AlSai' &f. «,sr.^E - r $8&-_c L..«".»J.-. _-„ /i\ AND DO MY EYES 'GLISTEN LIKE TI^E 'GEMS |^»glNTHE AT I'®' LUSBY&GIOSSI CHOICE CANDY What bet|er gift for .the s we el eft flarorsomi — so satisfyingr. Come in : jig- day and s^lect from our Urge assorimen^ of Mother's Pay candy gifts, HEY GIRLS. IOOK! ITS n/£N£W EASY SPINIIHIOH! THIS run WA5HI5 A WHILE THIS TUB RINSES A FULL LOAD DAMP PRY is the BEST BUY! GODDESS OF TIME 17 jewels $3750 &*'*<$& M^tfm i Yf- or .graduation, weddings, anniversaries — . for every, important occasion — give the finest, of gifts'T-.q smart, new Bulova Watch. 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