The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
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, July jtf, 1$4fl Bids Wednesday On Country Club ' u, C ,°i ntr ? ct V id ? JV 111 bo opened by this board of directors ,for the • flewA country club Wednesday i at the pre- t that time it will be 'tenrelub. J w ' I f\ « ~ 7 " "•*•*" "»«»»*- * w win we -*«£» tt whether the,bids are ac- ;3eptablc 6r hot. If they aVe, coh- "5 -."iv P is ; ex P e cted to -begin within ten days. i corttrait opening was post- two weeks because the" ' and plumbing plans had : i yui uuen returned from the ai'chi- i,,tect in time for the meeting. ' xT 1 ?' 0 .construction has been divided into .thrcfe categories. They are plumbing and heating, electrical, and general construction. j *iu. hc u c ! u ? house wil1 b e a one' •sfory building with basement., ^ Drilling A New Bode—Mode is having a hew well .drilled, which when completed will be the main soilrcc of witter, .sup-ply for the town. A new pump has boon, purchased and ,the old well, which has been m Use, for many years,'Will be used as an auxiliary. m . '' A Lincoln, Iowa, 'firnt'lat'e the contractors, and they'expect to hit water at a dfepth of 180 feel. Has Cheek Up Mrs. Henry Engstrom of Wes- Jey, recently .returned from Rochester r where she t went • for a check-up. -She will return for treatment,, ,The Engstroms arc former Union townsnip farmers who moved to a place north o'f Wesley a couple of years ago, L fe ' Tuesday - Wednesday . Thursdeiy, July 27.28-2^ EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION mill OOUCUS DICK CASStll . LUIHIR DOUR MORRIS cumiovsur MIKHlll iluctd by P. I WOlrsON OnecMb/LtSUCrrNION MARTIN' BAND" CARTOON "HOP, LOOK AND LISTEN" / ' ;, NEWS Friday- Saturday, July 30-31 j RY r £GRW£Sr^ 'veriut-t!* o ,, . Edward Wolfe Dies After A Year's Illness Ed-ward P. Wolfe died.Thiirs day at the Veterans 'Hospital a KftbxvilJe following an ilfne'ss o almost a year. ; The body - Was brought iib hero for burial and funeraT ser vices were held Monday mofriirig at 9 o'clock from St. Cecelia' 1 Church-. The Rev. W. B. Bailor of nciatpd and burial was in Galvarv cemetery. ' t ; The VPW conducted militarj graveside rites. . Arrangement were by McCUllotighs. • Mr. Wolfe was born April. 18 1895, at Carroll, Iowa, a. son o Bridget and Daniel Wolfe. , ji came to Algona in 1907 and, on March 4, 1930 he was married t Elizabeth. A. Benson. Two children Were bqrrt to tjtie couple, Rose Mary, .deceased./ariic Gerald, 13, who with the rriothe' and an adopted son, Thomas, sur Vive. Other survivors in the pa ternal family are brothers, Maur ice Wolfe, of Bancroft, and Pau Wolfe, of St. Paul, and a. sister Mrs. Vernon Bubier, of Rochester Minn. Mr. Wolfe served in World War L He was a member of the VFW and the Knights of Columbus. He was employed as mechanic for Ed Carney until ill health,requlr.- ed that he give up working. ;He and Mrs. Wolfe lived their entire married life in Algona. Those from out-of-town attending the funeral were Rober Wolfe, Minneapolis; Mrs, Norman Harris, St. 'Paul; Mr. anc Mrs. W. H. Voppl. Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gang, Bancroft; Ed Garig, Charles "City; Paul Gisch Dubuque; Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L Callison, and Frank Callison. Save Fair Dates Plans are progressing .nicely for the Kossuth fair, which wil be held August 23, 24, .and 25 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Bob Muriger, fair secretary. Attention is called to the days and dates, as the premium book covers, while the dates are correct, list Tuesday Wednesday and-Thursday as .the dates. They should be Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. • Tuesday - Wednfesdby July 27-58 VH "Gddwyii Folli^" AddecJi-"PoVEVe Ateets ' Hercules" - Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday August 1 1-2-3-4 WE BEG YOU.... - ' DON'T PA?5 UP THIS \ •WJIIIlIt HIKS wn* m» lie m««s IK mm (IMS! Co : Hit Russell in The Mounties /y Thurs. - Fri. July 29^3<)-31 Co-Hit ,..,'• A.uoauin riuoFliAij July 20—Glen Jensen, Buffalo , Center, surgical. ,, Jiily 21—Np'rma Jean Sankey, surgery: Mrs. ,C. Long, AlgdHa, iirL 7 m. '6'/2 ok. \ July 22—Mrs'. Raymond Wellafjd, Wedley, bo> 11 Ibs. 4 62.;.,Mr. aHd Mrs. Chris Brangcr, Mdndovi: Wis, arid Clelus Stu'der, Wesley, accident. ForLuVerne Vet Jiily 21st L'tlv*^ifKe—A military funeral was; held here Wednesday for Orvin .Ristati, youngest son of Mr. and, Mrs. H.. D. Ristau, who cUed Febr/ua'-v ( 10, 1945 in .a prison, cSmp^ih Germany. Arvih grad- ttn^o'd from,,LueVrne school .in 19-2 andaeh'tered service IDecem- bei- 19, 19,42. lie was transferred 16'; ; foreign ^service November 1944; His panirits received message. January 17, 1945 that he was missing in. action since December 22, 1944,,,. .,...• Later on, April Id, 1945, received notice from government of his death injuries suffered in bat.tle on February .10, 194B. He Cleaves to mourn, his parents, Mr'., ahd Mrs. H, D. 'Ristau, onfe. brother, Harold Rislau, three sisters,-Mrs. Albert Nielsoii, Mrs Fay.e, Harmon.and Mrs, LaVerhe WHtm,eier. Many relatives and friends. ./ Services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m., July 21 at the Zion Lutheran church with brief service by the pastor, Rev. L. Wittenberg. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the American Legion Ernest-Merkle Post No. 664 performing the last rites. Pall bearers-were Norman Wegner, Lester Hinz, Roland Lenz, cousins, and Francis Hinz, Donald Warmbier and Kenneth Wittenberg. Mile Society At Lone Rock Plans New Church Sink . Lone Hack—The Ladies Mite Society met Thursday afternoon' 01 the church parlor's .with Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and-Mrs. L.>A. Nowbrough . as hostesses. Mrs. Blanchard read scripture, followed by Mrs. Newbrough, leading in prayer. Roll call was taken and the minutes were read arid approved. A discussion was held about buying a cabinet sink^for the parsonage. A vote was taken as to the price and type of sink wanted. It was decided that there would be no meetings during the month of August.. A committee was picked to clean up the church by the president. The Missions program was held, with Mrs. Frank Dacken^in charge, assisted by Mrs. CJenrich Mrs. ir. A. Blanchard and .Mrs. L. A. Newbrough taking part in the spiritual advent part of the program. Lunch was the 23 members and present. Served to 11 guests Nurre H|hJ Wins Natidndl Honors Columbus, Ohl'6 — The herd of registered' Jersey cattle owned by Mrs. Anna Nurre and E. F. Nurre, Bancroft, Iowa, is announced by The American Jersey .Cattle Club from their offices here as having completed a year's work in offi- cjal Herd Improvement Registry testing with an average produc- tyon -of 8867 'pounds milk and 439 pounds, butterfat. per cow. The herd 4 .cpnt,ained an overage of If milkmg cows .during the year. ,. , "All., testa on this- herd were loriducted by Iowa. State Cbllege, hd ; .-:.,,.The American . . .,, v /..In ^accomplishing this production. the Nurre herd has 'joined the jselecl' group ,q.f Jersey herds in Yfhipn. the cows ,have produced rhbre, f thari two-times the amount of ,'terfat obtained from the ayerjage dairy cow in the "United States. Ih^HTitbnkci Auxiliary Officers fhonkk—Officers -for the auxil- ary of v Breen American Legion Pbst were installed last Monday at a meeting at the home .of a jast president, Mrs. Sadie Den- :6n'. .,.,.'..,.. The new officers ar'e president, Thelma Higgins; vice-presi- Jent, -Lois .Peterson;. treasurer, 21gp,. Nelson; chaplain, Minnie Oe's'terr'eich'er; executive board member, IrmaLockrem. The out- .president, 'Mrs, /Elizabeth ^dyV :.was ^presented with a >ast president's • pin. The auxiliary, voted to carry on or next year the usual contribu- ions to department divisions. Allowing the regular meeting the xecutive board held a session at fhich cha,irmei> and hostesses for h.e. year, were ha*ned, and plans or.,a membership drive were made. Surprise On Birthday Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Frank Fhii.u, Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Sr., Mrs. J. F. Quinn, Mi-s. Alex Kr.ueger all enjoyed a surprise birthday party in honor of Mrs. Pauline McQuire, at her trailer home at the Lec-McQuire Camp south of Lotts Creek Wednesday, evening. -The evening was spen't playing Hearts with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard winning high prize and Mrs. Jim Long winning low prize. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Alex Krueger Long. and Mrs. Jim Mrs. Alvin Glasnapp and Kay and Mrs. Cecil Langerman, of Ringstecl, Mrs. L. V. Johnson spent Thursday evening at the E. A. Lee home. Mrs, Murl Jergensbn and Carol, of Ledyard, returned home,,Wednesday morning after - """ !1 with her mother, Mrs. teussy, Ledses Club 169 Mrs. Viola Towne has leased 169, .south'of Algona on 1.69, from V Carolyn and is now in full Mrs. Towne is planning special buffet supper for Mony, Aug, 2, pn "Reopening ... . tight", The cafe is continuing Geo. Long. Dennis returned home n operation, this week, as usual. I with them, for another week Mrs. Geo,.Long and .Darlene and Darrell spent Tuesday at .-the Hiram Ackerman home at Burt Mr, and ,-jAics. Bob Householder a visit Lillian •Worlhington, and sister Sylvia Worthington. Sylvia left Saturday to visit friends, Mrs. Robert Schoby and Mrs. Mae Hanegan at Algona, before returning to her home in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Forde and family of Bancroft spent Sunday at the Frank Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen spent Thursday evening at the Dean Jergenson home near Algona. Mrs. A. A. Krueger underwent an operation on < her ear Wednesday at the Worrell hospital at Rochester, Minn. She is feeling much better at this writing. Her husband spent Thursday visiting <her. : R. T. Angus, Grace and Bob, ;the Gerald Angus family, the ;,G£O. Crow family of Farber, M., Dittmer, Margaret Arm, ,Mr. andi Mv$< Blalne Drown arid, family or Cur.-, •few,- N. L. Cotton all enjoyed Tuesday at the W. J. Cotton cott- ''ag'e' on Lake Okobpji. N. L. Co_t- ton spent a few days there. '"•' ,Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer •. and Mrs, H. A. Holmgren attended a County., Women's Committee meeting for the Women's Farm Bureau at the home of Mrs. In- rrian at Bancroft. They enjoyed a buffet picnic. Mr.. and. .Mrs.. John Trunkhil of Burt, spent Tuesday evenin at the M. p. Richards home.. Mr. .and 'Mrs. .W'm. Meyer, Kenneth :of. Chicago spent Wed negday evening at the Wm. Drey er home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dreyer spen Thursday evening at the HaroL Luedtke home. Norma Bierle and Patsy Mar low left Sunday to attend Junio camp at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Al Jansen, Bobbj and Darrell, and Lawrence Jan sen, the latter being a brother o Al Janseri's, all of Cehtralia, 111. visaing the parental C. F. Schul tz home spent Wednesday at El more, Minn., visiting Mrs. Jan sen's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stehberg, and also a brother, Mr and Mrs. Ronald £chultz and 'pmilies. The latter two families spent Wednesday night at the parental, C. F, Schultz home; The 'ormer family and Mrs. C. Schultz spent Thursday afternoon .visiting the Merle Hanson home near Armstrong. The A: Jansen family and Lawrence Jansen left Thursday evening for their home in Cehtralia, 111. Mr. W, G. Clarence Ackerspn and» Dennis Long of Wesley spent ^Thursdpy evening visiting Dennis' parents, Mr. and Mrs and family of Dassel, Minn., spent Thursday and Friday at the C. E. Householder home. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegeparth were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Richard Bristow home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Runyan and Gene and Betty of Story City spent Saturday and Sunday at the J. M. Anderson home,, Blanchard's All-Star PeeWe.e team defeated Swea City PeeWees Wednesday afternoon at the Lone Rock ball diamond by a score of 5-0. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen and family left Saturday to spend a week's vacation at Blackdtick, Minn. ion Honors A public reception was held Sunday evening in the Academy hall in honor of Rev. Percy Gearen, new priest for St. Cecelia's pariah in Algona. L. E. Linnan was master of ceremonies. There was an address of welcome by Frank Kohlhaas and seated on the platform were John Deim, representing the alumni of the Academy; Leighton Misbach, Chamber of Commerce secretary; Wm. Barry Jr., Knights of Columbus; Mrs. Berniece Reynolds, Grand Regent of the C. D. of A. As program numbers, Arlene Spilles sang several vocal selections, Harold Bode played the piano, Jimmy McMahon sang two songs, and Joe Bradley presented a gift of money to Father Gearen. Geo. Hacjge New F.H.A. Member Appointment of Genrgt.> Hagge, Ledyard, to a three-year term on the Farmer's Home Administration county committee for Kossuth county was announced today by B. W. Lodwick, State Director. Mr. Hagge succeeds Alfred Godfredsen whose term expired June 30. Also on the committee are John Bormann, Bode, and Henry Scheppmann, Irvington. A committee of three serves in each agricultural county throughout the Nation in which the agency makes farm ownership and operating loans. The Kossuth County committee has an important place in making supervised credit available to local farmers, according to Robert Walter, of Spencer, County Supervisor. Job printing with fast ser- gona Newspapers, pHone 1000 »j^y j * 100 Fuller Brushes will be given away during the 4-day showing, Added Special^'Power Behind The Nation" Thursday. Friday - Sa'urday, August 5-6-7 i-™ i O.SHZNICK'S JJliMll sa much for the * of otbgF loads, I-A t, Old Injury Bothers Titonka—Mrs. J. E. Kcjl was taken last week to Park hospital in Mason City for treatment of a leg injury of long standing. She bruised the leg when getting out of a car some time ago and the injury has not healed 111, A. L. Anderson, Ringsted post* master,, was .taken, suddenly ill last week and rUshed to art Ames hosp'itaj, from J0well, where he had been visiting. Me was reelr ing.better in a lew days ,ahd plans were made to take 'hint home early this week, 4 Wedding Licenses , Marriage licenses were issued last week to James Edward Hynes of Bancroft and Mary Jo Klein, Bode; Kehrieth Higdon of Britt and Fern Oesterreicher, Titonka; Richard Burmeister and Ethel Krooria, both of Minneapolis; Donald Winkei and June Forsberg,. Algoha.. S'^eokbr Mrs. ,A? M. AttdargoH, SlSth A trfct dlaMrman r olT6w'ftSBM dt of Iowa, and staM coilHcil - bcr, , returned Sunday' from a .two day stale KJ „ at Des Moines. Mrs. AHdefS8tt4'! was a 'speaker ort thi? afternoon 'program. the Se». ahd M*s. ft; A; rows are expected this rnid-w&e'ft (from Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit Mr-, arid Mrs. C. C. WrlgHt afltf Mr. and-Mrs. -J. D. Burns. 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