The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 9
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KCON19ECTIOI Igonn rsfrlomrs * MAY 25, £« &£ Last Rites For James Weir, 76, Held May I/ Weir, 76, foftfief .WhitteWofe Resident, died Friday morning, May 14, at a convalescing home in Emniets- biirg. Funeral services were held Monday morning, May 47, from Assumption Catholic church* In Emmetsburg Mr, Weir had been ailing for a long time. A week ago Friday, May 7, he went,to a convalescent home , since the hospital in Emmetsburg was full. His relatives still-hoped that he might be moved there, but his condition became Worse and it became impossible to transfer him. . j James Weir was rforn May 25. 1.871, at Peotpne. Ill, the son of Patrick and Bridget Weir. In his early youth-he came to Whitto- rnore, with his parents-, who mov-' cd v to the farm, now occupied by Mrs, John Henry. The'following year; they moved to their farm MOW owned by Carl Feyc. In'a short time James began to attend Normal school in Algona preparatory for teaching and taught for many years in the surrounding rural schools. He served as rural mail carrier for five years. In 1911, he married Caroline Hig- gms 'in St. Michael's Catholic church. Father Dullard performed the ceremony. They started farming on their farm now owned by Louis Germann and later moved, to Bancroft, where Mr. Weir dealt in hybrid seed corn. Last January he bought a home in Emmetsburg and moved there He is survived by his wife and one son William and four broth"- ers, Mike, Whittemore; John, Clear Lake; Pat, Emmetsburg. Two brothers and a sisler' preceded him in death. Among those who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mfl WiU Ham Weir, Texas; Jane aftd Ann Higgins, .Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Doocy, Mr. 'and Mrs. WjUiflm Doock, Bancroft; Mr, arid Mrs. Chan Dailey; Mrs. Geoff e~ Weir |hd family, Algona; Mf, 'and Mrs. George Dahlke, •JStfckwell City;-Mr. and Mrs. Joe Higgitts, West Bend; Mrs. Dilliaft Gfielan and Margaret Fandel, Mrs. .John Cullen, Mrs. Frances Kdllaseh, Mary, Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch, Mike Weir, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmidt, Mr. artd -Mrs. Joe Schmidt' and Mrs. Agnes Pierce of here. Student Recital At Academy Rites On May 25 For Pfc. Richard BattajBurt Hurt—Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batt received word Thursday that the body, of their son Pfc. Richard Batt, would arrive in Burt .Wednesday; Funeral services Willie held that afternoon at 2 o'clock at Ilie Methodist church. Ihterment will be at East Lawn cemetery in Amotia. . . •Jriichard was born Sect. 26, 1924 at Svvea City. The family later moved to Titonka where he attended grade school and high school, graduating in 1942. He was inducted into,the artny July 22, 1943 and received his training at Fort McClellan, Ala. He came home for a few days' at Christmas and in January Was sent overseas. He served first in Italy, but was sent ,to France, Where he was killed on Sect. 25. 1944. Vaudts divided the section in four Quarters and erected mod' cm buildings and established their homes. Mr. and MfS, Albert Vaudt sold their farm to Louis Greln- ert and moved to the neighborhood of St. Joe in 1934. Later they moved east of Fort Dodge, where they lived fof two years. In 1937 they moved on a farm neaf Famhamville and due to his health he retired from .the farm four years ago and moved intd town, where he passed away last Monday, May 17. He'leaves 1 to mour'n his death his wife' and six children, Ernestine at home, Mrs. Harry Hanson, MarBhalltOwn;, Mrs, Lief Larson, Portland, Ore'.; Louis', of Slifer, IB.';.Kilmer and AlJJert Jr., Farnhamyille; One son Paul died here in 1925. ' ,*• GENUINE PANAMAS (as illustrated) Other summer hats in large brims in white, wheat, and natural straw,'. Black taffeta. 1 White straw-sTonef if ft*. \ ' " '.<-'* ', V 1 ; at- > r V ' 1 New Summaf, Hqts Arriving Daily THE EL JARMES BROS, WILD ANIMAL Sponsored by Veterans of /Foreign Wars ELEPHANTS, LIONS, LEOPARDS, BEARS, PUMAS, MONKEYS, ETC, MANY FUNNY CLOWNS AERIAL AND OTHER HIGH CLASS CIRCUS ACTS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CIRCUS ON THE ROAD TODAY ONE DAY ONLY ; RAIN OR SHINE '"' AIGONA SATURDAY, MAY 29 n 3:30 0'CJ9fk. E BIS WAT68PRPOF ft fHRIPROOF TfNTJ No R»^rv» Segti-ivery Seat q C^nifprtabl* Alk ' ;- - • -- j - Accident Victim Buried at Burt Burl — The b^dy of Roland Schiffer, Spenclr, who was killed in an auto, accident near Emmetsburg, wasr brought here for burial .Saturday.. He has the son of Herman ^Schiffer, who lived here many years ago. in Car Accident at Windel| Ida. Etiri — Mr. and Mrs. Fred T o""n-cl left Monday for Oregon to attend the funeral of a broth- "r-in-Jiw. On Wednesday Mrs. Howard called back to say they had been in an auto accident, at mndell, Idaho. . .Their car had been badly damaged and they had received minor injuries. The music department of; SJ. Cecelia's Academy will present the above senior niusid pupils in recital, this evening. Tuesday, May 25. '! In Ihe string ensemble, arc the following students: cellos— Leah Rose Kinsey ( and Shirley Lieurance; violins, Mary Dolores sglebrilz, Ruth £oadinger, Mary K. Glaser, Louise Bowman, Blanche Schmitt, Kathleen Griffin, Hose Ann Erpelding, Clement Platt and Virginia Heiderscheidt. The ensemble will presen: a variety of numbers, and individual solo numbers will also be given on a most al- tractive program arranged* for this evening. Albert Vaudtf 68, Rites Held Whittemore — Among those who attended the funeral of Albert Vaudt, 68, at Farnhamville, Thursday, were Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Sr., Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt, Mrs. Anna Wothr- spann, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehr- spann, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade, Miss Clara Vaudt of Estherville, and Mrs. John Strueck- er of Fsnton. Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt were at Farnhamville last week Sunday, the day before the latter's brother died; a'hd did not attend the funeral. Albert Vaudt was born in 1£J80 at Stuart, la., and was the Ion > of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vaudt. In 1913 the : elder Vaudt, with his four sons and their familip.s came, tin Whittemore and bought a 'section of land, which was known as the Lill'ebrid»e farm one-half riiiles south of Whittemore.'The q f Ijme-honored tradition - ' •• The- *t 1 i ; 9'S*'^':^'';.- ; •:,• ' 'v: old la?p, carrying =a beautiful bridal bouquet, an exquisite photograph of charm and beauty from-fhe Russell Studio. No Extra Charge YVhen We Take Pictures • .' ''':*•*-$&.' • ' i*. ''- •' in Church or Home . . . We Also Specialize in "Candid Shots" of Wedding Events . '[portraits, in The Moclern Trend" .'•^-. telephone 1045 ^ ALGONA Mr c. SUifn. Elb*rt, of Mela- more, 111., hSs been visiting her niece, Mrs. Jqe Elbert Sr., at the Arnold Elberts. Mr. and Mrs. Tom' Keltey, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Potratz arid Mr. and Mrs. M, W. Fandel of Whittembrp spent Friday herd with the visitor, who left Saturday for MasOn City and a f tor; 9 visit there with relatives will rcturh home,. . MaXine Haxgraares, who is employed at Omaha, Neb., recently visited her mother, Mrs. P. H. Hargreavcs and other relatives. , Mrs. R. H. Mill«r returned to Esthbrvile, .Saturday, to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. ,v '* NEW SHIPMENT GAS RANGES Famous Makes $ IOO°° and up .« -•.*i ^ : B APPlliHIwf BEHIND EVERY SAl . • ' t SEE A DARK, WpM'A'N IN • YO U R LI F £ BETTER' BifYi HER SOME JEVVELRY W •'", Fr\OA\ '..:.-!.-Sa? LUSBY & G10SSI Thompson s"ev6ral days. Mr, Thompson has been confined to bed the past week and Mrs, Biiena Merron, another' daughter of the Thompsons, has been in a hospital there the past several weeks. Both are somewhat improved. , Mrs. P. H. Hafgftaves had as weekend guests her daughter and grandson Mrs. L. C. Strand and Nordeen of Lorimer. Mrs. HargreaVes, her daughter-in-law Mrs. Gilbert Hargreavcs and daughters Mrs. Strand and Mrs. Ralph E1 b c r t went to 1 tend a prMiutrtrW.-!,,.„"-», „ for Phyllis, daughter of. Strand, who has beett teaehln Estherville. , , >,, f M*. and Mfi^GlttksOtfrftiJ had as gUest MrjJ,: AUtfU6t Ortonville, iMiftfl., -WM panled Don Often, & ^ " the Canistota, S. t) Mrs. Orton is an auftt of C, Mrs. L. L. fitter sp&rii C cdUJ»l« of davs at Osai?o last wfefife yiSit* , ing Mr. and Mrs., GHfofd Gfe^tii i Mr. Green is a cousin of Mrs, Riler. FUNERAL HOME "WHERE REVERENCE AND DIGNlTt ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 11 * Algonfc Iowa ah-h-h-h! so refreshing I HOT WEATHER COLOGNE HALFPKICE SALE-rtg. *2.00 *»• Six spirit-lifting fragrances 1 —Jasmin Bouquet, June Bouquet. Rose Geranium, Natural (Verbena), Sweet Spice and beguiling new Bimini. And here's news: Hot Weather Cologne is now deodorant, too.( Offer for a limited time. . An Opportunity * ' ' A A Prominent Algona Firm Wants A Man For A Permanent Job ARE YOU THAT MAN? This local firm, loug-'cstalilishcd in Algonu, Is desirous of hiring a man for a ponnaucut job. This job can be' life-Mine. It can ho a money-maker for (ho • riglit man, as it lias better than average earning fae- tors, This firm , is Interested in hearing from men T who feel they can qualify, and will give you an interview. If you cuii answer the questions below to •//•'•. . . ' jour own satisfaction, write n letter about yourself iuid your quulifieatious to 1>EPT. A, ALUOXA .. INWSrAPEKS, AttiOXA, IA., aud your reply will be handed to the firm for action. ,'" Dp you want a job that can bo built into something greater ye.ar by your? ' 1)6" you June any knowledge of jou enjoy >l , Cuii yaw work OH yawr own! , i , tlmt Is, without willing to really aig i« uud »i»jily yoiir* tlmt vrowlniMf better th»» '^1 frM , '(6, Woyld you self (n WRITE A LETTER AiOUT YQURSIi^Jl ''"••' . , -, / -.' - r-'*X v s "^\ .' T '. , .AttWBMt .._ :> <V V OWT, A, ALOONA HIWSFAPIRSt - * t ,:/M,iT.^' !•- ;-,.%'' 7 " •. *J -i- ,

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