The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1945 · Page 4
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' SWEA CTTY HOLDS MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR WAR DEAD Sw»a tJlte: A memorial ser- for .'Swea City soldiers and sailors vtfho have given their 'lives <during World TVar II was held at «he school auditorium on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the newly organized Montgomery post of Veterans of Foreign Wars. The speaker of the day was Rev. S. A. Anderson. Rev. W. G. Bohi, of the Methodist church, assisted. The procession Included members of the local VFW post and United Service Women from afid ^wes City, r MU8* leal numbers weft* given by thfc Methodist choir and Joyce Leland, contralto soloist. A wreath was laid on a replica of a soldier's grave by Mrs. tt. P. Fageriutid, head of the local chapter of tfSW. . Citations were presented ' to relatives of war dead as follows: Mrs. Beulah .Montgomery, of Lane Rock, widow of Capt. Harry Montgomery, for whom the new post was named; Mrs. James Knlpe, of Armstrong, widow of medical officer James Knlpe; Mrs. Mary Johnson, mother of Cpl. Harry Johnson; Walter Peterson, of Webster City, father of Pfc. Leroy Peterson and two Armstrong residents whose names the correspondent was unable to learn at this time. Unable to be present were Mr. and,Mrs. Wm. Barger, parents of Lt. Donald CARS FOR SALE AT CEILING PRICES 1941 Ford 4-door sedan, with heater and radio $1169.00 Plus State Sales Tax and License. 1940 Chevrolet Town sedan, heater $993.50 Plus Stale Sales Tax and License. ^ 1936 Chevrolet Town sedan, heater $455.00 Plus State Sales Tax and License. 1936 Chevrolet Town sedan _ _ $455.00 Plus State Sales Tax and License. 1935 Dodge 2-door sedan $440.00 Plus Stale Sales Tax and License. Hoenlc Motor Service WEST OF COURTHOUSE H. L. HOENK Phone 391 ALGONA Honor Lutheran :; : ."'"f ; . Minister Sunday Swea City; A farewell dinner and program honoring Dr. N. J. W. Nelson, retired Lutheran minister of St. Peter, Minn., who has acted as supply pastor at 1m- manuel Lutheran church for the past year, was held at the church Sunday. The program, which followed the regular morning worship, included, talks by representatives of the various organizations of the church and musical nurrtbers by the choir. A purse of money was presented by the congregation. Dinner was served at Luther hall following the program.' Rev. Nelson is completing his twenty-third year as secretary of the Augustana Synod, the denomination's central body in the mid- west. The last regular pastor of Immanuel Church was Rev. R. E. Borg, who left early in 1944 to become chaplain at the army's prisoner of war camp at Pine Lake, N. Y. The new pastor is Rev. Youngquist, who is expected to arrive from Minnesota tomorrow. U VT W\*A»<Bw«*S7 ****-":> v»*v>4<> >'-: r *AW«**«i ...a, weave? is th« ferMfoHem Ohm't of Lotts Crli«%,->i;::::;^ •'•.;. Mr. and Mfsr ttlefeQeftSleyjahd Setty spent If6m TaiSdBy:"*<iht!l Friday at 8ochestef»,, Mina»»^ t6 have plastic surgery •• a6ftg: 611 Bet* y's arm. She wasbadly byrtted a number of years ajifo b^f, accidentally spilling aft electric per- oulator full of hot coffee ,on the arm. They returned MOnday for farther treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fo- ;rat2 and family and Mfs. Ida ICuecker and Gerald spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr, and VTrs. Richard Potratz. Other, visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, Mrs. l"rancis SchWinder- mann and son Myles, of Fort Oodge, and Miss Bernlce Winkel, of Algona. . Barger; Mr. and Mrs. John Karsten, parents of navy man Vincent Karsten; Mr. and Mrs. Goodman Hundsness, of Estherville, parents of Marine Theodore Hundsness, and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Paulsen, parents of Pfc. Alaert Paulsen. Harm Drew, post commander, gave out the citations. 4th of JULY PICNIC at the Academy Grounds WHITTEMORE Ball game at 2:30 p. m. BANCROFT LEGION vs. WHITTEMORE Chicken supper beginning at 5 p. m. v Dance at Swansea's Hall 8 HOUR (. RECAPPING We work whi/o you work * Phone Us for an 'Appointment •k Bring Your Car tn on the Way to Work ** Pick Your Car Up on the -Way Home HERE'S WHAT YOU GET. Thick, new creadi on your worn titn * Thoutandi of {er drivipsjrf OK Rubber Welders Lester DeBolt Phone 308 N. Thorington B.FGoodrich Pastor Submits Resignation The Rev. S, A. Anderson, of the First Baptist church, submitted his resignation to the congregation on Sunday, to take effect July 29. He has accepted a call to the Baptist Church at Mt. Pleasant. Rev. and Mrs. Anderson and their small son, Gene came here three years ago from Garden City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Peterson, of Fairmont, Minn., visited at the home of his brother, Bernard, last Friday. Kenneth Peterson came home Monday after visiting his grandmother, Mrs. M.clntire, at Armstrong since last Thursday. Marilyn Butterfield, of Dolliver, spent a few days last week at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfield Joanne Dahl and Marsha Setchell returned to Algona Sunday after a week's visit with Joanne's aunt, Mrs. Herman Bowman, and other relatives here. Doris Nelson and Mrs. Martin Dahl went to Mason City for tonsilectomy operations last Fri-' day. Mrs. Gregor Deim accompanied Mrs. Dahl. They returned home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. "Dutch" Elliott and family of Titonka, spent last Wednesday at the home of his brother, Ivan, where their mother, Mrs. Nellie Elliott, is ill. "Dutch" recently returned home from overseas, having received a medical discharge from the army. Mrs. J .A. Sanftner and sons Johnny and Tommy, Mrs. Dewey Cochran and son Roger, of Blue Earth, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowman visited with Mrs. Isabelle Dahl at Algona last week. Mrs. Cochran and Mrs. Bowman are sisters of Mrs. Dahl. Mrs. Sanftner is a sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cochran, who farmed the parental Gus Sanftner place south of Swea City for a number of years, have sold their Blue Earth home and purchased a residence in Fairmont, Minn., to which they will move soon. Mrs. Cochran and son Roger visited here last week with the Sanftners and other relatives. Arnold Eldon Baptized Arnold Eldon, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lachs, recently was baptized at the Lutheran Church. Mrs. Harry Bloirte and Virgil Lachs were sponsors. Louis Price is recovering from a bade injury suffered while he was planting corn some time ago. 1 The Ray Hertzke family Were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Hertzke's parents, Mr; and Mrs. John Wirtjes, at Granada. Virgil Nitz, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, has his tonsils removed at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge, June 16th. Gerald, soh of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, 1 was three years old Sunday and a family dinner was held in celebration of the event. Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote, of Armstrong, were visitors at the F. G. Torine and J. H. Warburton homes Sunday. Rev. Grote is a former Lakota Methodist minister. Mrs. Raymond Winter and children, of Lakota, and Mrs. Ray Estle, .Ledyard, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball near Algona June 20 and helped Mrs. Bell celebrate a birthdax- Mr.' and Mrs. Will Meyer and daughter, Mrs. Hovey and family, Swea City; Mrs. Bunkofske and family of Algona, ana Anna Bauman and Leonard Liebolt were Sunday visitors at the Rufus Ol- thoffs. Mrs. Bertus Jansen accompanied her nephew, Eugene Jansen, to Kamar one day last week where they visited a niece of Mrs. Jansen, Hannah Jansen, who is critically ill. She lives with an aged father. Wilbur Wirtjes and Ed Gulick- faJnlH«iS;;lpr their wOfK^ffiirei'e^wf^ivft^Ji Mr. and MfliiMiil^TOieWM; matt, LakOta,. th«lf' Jdt, i AlbStt, Of Algona, and datighteri RbzMlal Of MasOtt City, v^ete SuMamylMt* ors with -the HusMiWltttsts loath i town. Mrs. Winter isa^daugh* er Of Mr. and Mrs. BOSeMfflan, Mrs. Tom i&ailey, the foMei? fithel Heetlahdj who Visited'here last week) wad honored at dinner at the George Heetlartds Friday and for supper fit the jerry Meet- lands. Her sister, Hannah Heet* land, was also a guest at both events. Mrs. George Heetland took her to Algona Saturday. Mrs. C. G. Frye was taken to the hospital in Fort Dodge Friday suffering With yellow jaundice. Her sister. (Mrs, Jennie Smith, of New" Richmond, Minn., a son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ogilvie, also of New Richmond, a daughter, Mrs. Jerry Burke, 'and two children, of Minneapolis, a daughter, Mrs. Verlyn Henning, Blue Earth, and a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Henning, Lakota, and her husband, all visited Mrs. Fry at the hospital on Sunday. in "1H fihMSaf K&SSUt NOTICE OF APPRAISEMENT AND ASSESSMENT. BY CONDEMNATION COMMISSION TO: William H. Gilbride, single, William H. Gilbride, Trustee; Helen Bestenlehner, Single; Dorothy Dulfy and Lewis Duffy, wife and. husfband; Thomas Bestenlehner, Single; Ruth Sigsbee and Gordon Sigsbee, wife and husband; Marrita Bestenlehner, Single; John Bestenlehner and Lillian Best- enlehner, husband and wife William Bestenlehner, Single James R. Vipond and/Catherine Vipond, husband and wife And to all other persons, firms or corporations having any in terest in all or any part of the following described real estate to wit: The Southeast Quarter (SE- V4) of Section Nine (9) in Township Ninety-five '(95) North. Range Twenty-Nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, Tha the City of Algona, Kossuth Co unty, Iowa, desires and has filet Application for the condemna tion of all the lands and parts thereof, the consolidated des cription of which is as follows: The Southeast Quarter (SE- Vt) of Section Nine (9) in Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. That said condemnation is be ing sought by the City of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, for the tallied by Ui8 6WB6«j 116tt'-h6ld* erraMpeWom • Ifttlfelrted;- Iff Said land, which Will be fcat by said eondefhnatten aft d the- appropriation of laid real estate for &ld iise. •••-• -..'•; : '^'\i : ,-•'--:•':• ANi) YOU Aftfi. NOTlFllB that the said Commissioner! will meet at the office e-f A. Ji dog- ley, Sheriff of KOsSUith Countyy Iowa, in the Court House at Aj. gona, Iowa, *on the 7th day of Jul& 1948, at 9:00 o'dqek A. M. t at which time said Commissioners Will Qualify and immediately thereafter view said premises and proceed to appraise and assess the damages fo be sustained by the owners and llett holders thereof and at Which time you may appear before ;•. Said Commissioners with reference to said matter, • • Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 2nd day of June, 1945. CITY OF ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By J. D..LOWE City Attorney, Algona, Ipwa. S9-42AU23-26 'A,,.;, t ••f??i,^ •»• 9 +. GIVE YOUR BATHROOr A BEAUTY TREATMENT WITH THESE Lowe 'Brothers Paints TIRES SUMMER . HARDWARE. Scythe Blades, grass, weed and brush Scythe Snathes Several sizes of Power Sickle Grinders Hand and Pressure Sprayers Stock and House Spray Canvas and Leather Fly Nets £ h. p. Electric Motors Mr. and Mrs. Lester Genrich and family, of Humboldt, moved to the Arthur Dreyer farm last week. Sl-c and Mrs. Eldon Browning are the parents of a daughter born he morning of June 19 at the General hospital in Algona. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Wetzel and son Dale, of Austin, Minn., spent he weekend at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag and Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin spent ,he evening of June 19 at the iome of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lein- mger. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lusmann and Darlene spent last week at Canistota, S. D., where Mrs. Lusman took treatments at the Ortin Clinic for sinus trouble. Mrs. Earl Weaver and daughter, Faith, of Zelaka, Wash., who dad been visiting at the home of • We are receiving a shipment of Steel Tanks in 5, 6, 7 and 8 ft, sizes Kohlhaas Hardware Play Suits 1.98 Valu 1.49 lowe Brothers MELLO-GLOSS : SEMI-GLOSS WALL PAINT Re-style your bathroom walls with the fresh, satiny lustre of washable Mello- Gloss. Keeps its beauty after repeated cleanings with ordinary soap and water. It's a modern, practical beauty treatment. J t«T MOM I Ml «0»Bf I Lowe Brothers PLAX Easy to apply and easy to clean, Plax give* colorful porcelain-like beauty to bathroom woodwork. Hides effectively, covers solidly and resists wear and abuse. Lowe Brothers ENAMEL UNDERCOATING An excellent primer and iwrfccer for iwe under Plw, to pro* vide the finest type of bathroom wall or woodwork finiih, Works freely and drie* tip a flat finwb without brush jnarkt. LoweBrothers SUPER SEAIER A pigmented eealer that •ervet too, as a firit coat on bath* room walls. For use under Mello-Gtosi on porout walls, NEPTUNITI KOOR VARNISH Olve» iotprintecl linoleum in th« bath o» kitchen, a hard durable »ur« face, pljtttic, long weiiring and easily applied, Wght in colo^ot F, $, Norton & Son PHONE 388 • HHIL., S : 5;,$MrSvS#lS i'.' ; ' .?? ,'..' ••}»?:.;'••»•«• ii^^^swi^ii^^^^^^^ 5 present tenant, toefbri^hew WnSf iftfiy tak« ' f . Thfe housfe, has^ poWh; attd' enclosed War p6«h/ toeloWKifeplace,^^ large rooms Shd bathroom and deek*roof on 2rtd s o^y s t w tic. The basement under main part of the hoUse^has | : si46d rooms,' furnace equipped with stoker '^te * barn at the rear of the lots is also available for purchase. -:-„•' '•''''„ ' " ..; IF In buying call on or wrlb to u to Inspect the property Md supply full additional 110 Si». St., Algona, towft FOR CANNING Bing Cherries I" 1 . $4,49 BEAUTYPLUMS; .................1.......... : CALff. VALENCIA ORANGES... 220 S39c ARIZONA GRAPEFRUIT .................I....«,. 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