The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1945 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1945
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fke WffEOFFENTON YOUNG MAN DIES OF BRAIN TUMOR Fenton: Mrs. Karl Schwartz, 25, kindergarten and grade school teacher of Rockwell City since 3940, died Monday night, Aug. 22, at Rochester, Minn., of a brain tumor. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Rockwell City, Methodist church, the Rev. H. E. Whyte officiating. Burial was in the Rosehill cemetery. Mrs. Schwartz who had undergone an operation for a brain tumor approximately seven years ago, became ill last spring and at that time asked for a leave of absence from her duties as kindergarten teacher in Rockwell City. On Thursday her condition suddenly became critical and she was taken to Rochester where she passed away. Mrs. Schwartz whose husband 6-Sgt. Karl Schwartz was news editor of the Rockwell City Advocate before his entry into the service in 1942, was born November 18, 1919, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross on a farm near Gray. She was graduated from Gray high school and after attending Iowa State College, Ames, and Brake University, Des Moines, •came to Rockwell City in 1940 to teach. She was married to Karl Schwartz, January 3, 1942. Her husband, stationed the past two and one-half year's with the Eighth Air Force in England, had just arrived Saturday at the Salina, Kansas, army air base after spending a 30-day furlough with her. He reached Rochester Monday morning. Besides her husband and pa- Tents, Mrs. Schwartz is survived by three brdlhers, two gfandrnoth ers and an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Llndse spent Sunday in Fairmont Wit Mrs. Emma Umstead. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoebef o Charles City spent the week en at the Will, Oliver, Raymond an Wilford Stoeber homes. Fred an Will are brothers. Miss Florence Weisbrod, wh has spent her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Will Weisbrod, returned. to De Moines Sunday where she will b supervisor of three Des Moine schools. In last week's paper mention was made of Karl Schwartz re ceiving his discharge from th army but this was a mistake, anc in about a week he will return to Salina, Kansas, where he is now stationed. Relatives from Fenton attending the funeral of Mrs. Kar Schwartz Thursday at Rockwel City were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz and Betty Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Miss Edith Laage and Mr. and Mrs. Erie Reid Rev. Render delivered the morning Mission Festival sermon a Emmetsburg Sunday. Rev. Ans- gorge of Emmetsburg conducted the church services at the Fairville and Whittemore Lutheran churches in Rev. Rehder's absence, Mrs. Ernest Votteler received word Friday that her step-mother had passed away that morning in Chicago where she was making her home with a daughter. Her body will arrive in Emmetsburg Monday and burial will be made there. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Mrs. Webber Yager drove to Des Moines Friday where they visited with tht Clarence Yagers and Lorraine Wegener. Mrs. Yager remained for a longer visit ibut the rest returned home Saturday. FRESH V"JWE GKAINS AKf GKEAT FOODS Kellogg's Corn'Flakes bring you ^nearly all the protective food ele- • ments of the whole grain declared 'essential to human nutrition. BIRTHDAY PARTY AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners: Mrs, John Sabin had a birthday party Aug. 21 for her granddaughter Sharon Sabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sabin. Sharon was 6 years old. The guests were Deanne and Delores Eisenbafth, Rose Ann Rich, Joan and Judy Alexander and Janice and June Sabin. After entertainment a nice lunch was served. 4-H Achievement Day The 4-H Achievement Day was held at the Henry Muller home Friday. There were 11 members and 11 guests present. Ray Smith was sick last week and confined to bed several days. Mrs. Nettie Rich was confined to bed last week end with a chest cold. Betty Marlow and Donald Buffington of Lone Rock helped thresh at Ray Smiths Saturday. Lt. Donald Arns and wife and baby daughter called at Ray Smith's Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarlh attended a supper at the St. Benedict church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Fuhrman of Livermore were Sunday visitors at the Geo. Lee home. Edith Rich was taken sick last week Monday and is confined to bed. Mrs. McEnroe is taking care of her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dittmer and hildren and Al Millie of Mallard ivere Sunday dinner guests of the Otto Harlans. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and 'amily were Sunday dinner guests >f Mrs. Bjustrom's mother Mrs, /iolet Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and 'amily and Mrs. Violet Walker •ailed at the Lewis Broesder home Sunday evening. Betty Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee, is spending a few days at her grandparents in Al- ;ona, the Clyde Coopers. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren Bftd children and Mr* Vloffe Walker called 6ft Mrs. Edith Rle who is sick* Siffidstf tftftffioljSS^ , Mrs. (ft ay; MitlS «n«i' Mi 'Wilt® and daughter EvS Lee and Betty Marlow of Lone .frock spsnt tin afternoon last Week at fdrt Dotf Mi?, and Mrs. Ethan Light ftn< children, Dale, Johnnie and < Patty were Sunday dinner guests 6f Mr and Mrs. John Rich. Mrs. Ugh is Mr. Rich's twin sisteir. Mr. and Mrs. John Vogel 0 Streator, 111, Mrs, Joe Salz atte Mrs. Peter Vogel of Winona, ifl. were Saturday and Sunday visitor; at the Henry Muller home. Mrs. Clyde Harlan of Stockpor is visiting this week at her son 1 home, the Otto Harlans. She rodi up with some friends that web driving through to Montana. Mr and Mrs Emil Person anc family of Lone Rock were Sunday visitors at the Ray Smith home Little Patty Person remained for a few days visit. Mrs. Person is Mr. Smith's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs Joe Priester of West Bend attended a shower Sunday evening a Bradgate for Mrs. Leonard Lindsey, the former Marcella Priester Mr. and Mrs. Perry Rlckabaugh of Harris and Mrs. Leo 'DeMuth oJ Milford were week end visitors at the C. N. Robinson home. Mrs DeMuth is Mrs. Robinson's sister and Mr. Rickabaugh is the ladles brother. Harvey Broadwell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and children were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn of West Bend. Mrs. Dunn is Mr. Broadwell's sister. Darlene Lee who was visiting there returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens and children called at Keith's parents, the Leslie Stephens, Sunday to see Keith's brother's wife Mrs. J. N. Stephens and son Gary from California. J. N. Stephens is in the service and located in the Philippines. The Otto Harlans, Mrs. Clyde Harlan, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, the Arie Dittmers, the Quinten Bjus- troms and Cecil Bjustroms attended the service Sunday at the P. W. Camp at which time there was the presentation of a Gold Medal to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom in honor of their son Wayne Bjstrom. SWEA CITY PASTOR HONORED AT DINNER; GOES TO NEW PASTORATE Swea City: • A large crowd o iarishioners and friends gathere t the Methodist church, Sunday o extend a farewell to the Rev nd Mrs. Wm. G. Bohi and fam [y. The Bohis, who have held th ocal pastorate, together with tha t Grant, for the past three years vill leave early next week to as ume charge of the Congregationa hurch at Riceville. Following the morning service, he group assembled in the churc jasement where dinner was serv ed. Among other out-of-tow guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Grote of Armstrong and th Rev. Phillip Bohi and son Eugen if Kansas City, Missouri. The Rev >hillip Bohi is a brother of th lonpree. Also present from out f-town were Mr. and Mrs. Ro ilogness and children of Crysta Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wor.' nd children of Bancroft. With A. H. Schuler acting a BEN FRANKLIN STORE Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners NOTICE OIL CLOTH 72 YARDS WILL BE ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING SEPT. 4 9 O'CLOCK 43Gvard telephone or mail orders. 2>/j Yards Per Family No advance orders. No No lay aways. Fly Spray 25c pint 49c quart Sprayers 39c Infant Dresses New design. Well made. 98c each Size 1 to 3 SCHOOL SUPPLIES Big selection at low pri«es. Children's Stockings Ribbed cotton. Size 5 to 29c pair Boy's Golf Socks Size 7 to 10. 39c Grater All metal. Heavy edges. Well made. S1.19 First^Aid Kits For school or home. Boy's Hats Assorted colored cloth. 49c Handkerchiefs Ladies. All rayon. Beautifully designed. Assorted- colors ZOc 98c Children's Panties Rayon. Elastic tops. Well made, reinforced. 69c pair Men's Sweat Socki Size 11. 25c pair Children's Assorted colors. Sizes 6 to 9Vt. 25c Anklets Assorted colors. Size 8% to 10%. 10c.o39c Elastic 3/8 inch wide. 6 Yards Synthetic rubber. 5c Ribbon Assorted colors. yard Wax Paper 80 sheet in roll lOc Cake Pan White enamel. Heavy quality. 69o Bpy's Elastic Suspenders With button or clip fasteners. 496 gram was given following the dinner. Musical numbers by a girls' quartette composed of Eva Eggerth, Shirley Ann Berg, Norma Jean Boland and Joyce Leland were presented and the church pianist, J. Iva Moats, gave a plan solo. 'Mr. Schuler expressed th appreciation of the church for th work of the Bohis during thei stay here and presented them with a gift of money. Mrs. Boh received six pieces of hand-painl ed thina as a parting gift from th Women's Society Christian Ser vice. - .. - The. Grant church sponsored picnic supper in honor of the Boh which was held at Reynolds par) The townspeople in general, a well as the Methodist congrega tions, will miss the Bohis wh have endeared themselves to th community by their friendlines and their many kindnesses extend ed to all, regardless of creed. Th best wishes of the entire commun ity go with them to their nev field. A successor to the pastorate o the two local congregations wi] be appointed by the bishop at th September -session of the annua conference. Guest Preachers A Mr. Naeve of Fairmont, wh is a member of the Gideon Society preached at the Baptist church Sunday.morning. The Rev. Philli] Bohi of Kansas City, Missouri who is a brother of the Rev. W. G Bohi of the Methodist church, fill ed the pulpit Sunday evening. A vote taken Sunday morning on the question of calling the candidati who appeared on August 19 result' ed. in the negative, Accordingly the church will continue to cal selected candidates until a two- thirds majority vote is obtained on one individual. Hay Fever Vacation Among several Swea Cityans who have gone to northern Minnesota for the duration of the hay fever season are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins and Mr. and Mrs Robt. Keine. Robert Rystad has been suffering from a felon on one of his fingers. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Bishop are the parents of a daughter born August 17 at Forbes hospital. The young lady has an older brother! Mrs. Florence Schuss returned tc ier home in Los Angeles las Thursday after an extended visii with her mother Mrs. Augusta Pehrson. Mrs. John E. Anderson underwent an operation at Lutheran lospital in Fort Dodge on Saturday morning. Her husband and her sister Mrs. John A. Erickson accompanied her to Fort Dodge. The Rev. A. M. Youngquist vent to Manson last week to attend the state convention of Luther League. -The Rev. Dr. N. J. Nelson of St. Peter, Minn., preached at Immanuel church in his absence. Dorothy Peterson of Minneapolis is visiting at the John A. Srickson, France Carlson and John ~l. Anderson homes. Dorothy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manford Peterson. Mrs. Peterson will be emembered here as Lilile Anderon. Mrs. Mary Bravender, her sis- er Mrs. Glen Vaughn and neigh>or Mrs. Maland of Elmore, Minn., eft by car last week for Alsma- [ordo, New Mex., where they will 'isit Mrs. Bravender's daughter .nd husband, Sgt. and Mrs. Mark Clifford. Capt. and Mrs. Irving Kuebnast who arrived a week eigo Saturday rom .Montgomery, Alabama, where he had been taking instruc- or's training on B T ?9s, left Satur- ay for Albuquerque, New Mexi- o, after spending the w.eek at the arental Sam Rystad home. The <uehnasts have lived at Alhuquer- ue previously, Capt;. Kuehnast aving been instructor on B-24s at bat Place IftSl Ro«! Hetty Muss home f 1 to Thursday. She is ff«m Menwickv f he Fenton'tfnitSd Service Wo- ttiea of Amentia made about $70 at their white elephant sale Saturday. . .•••••• •.; ,;•' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod aftd Mary Alice wern Sunday din* her guests at the Fred Kluss home' Sunday. ''• Mrs. Emma Ruske accompanied relatives from Whittemore ito. Minnesota Sunday where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Donald Berkland, who Is employed in Algona, spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz. Phyliss Gibbons returned home after spending two weeks in Fort Dodge assisting Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod in the store. Miss Betty Jean Schwartz returned to Des Moines Saturday. She is a student nurse at Iowa Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Charles Newel and LaVonne, Mrs. Lyle Newel and Dennis spent Wednesday at the LeRoy Newel home in Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin •Griehert And Verdell attended a picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. Otfier friends from Whittemore and Britt attended also. JARS, CAPS, LIDS and RUBBERS And fallow Instructions In the Ball Blue Book. To get your copy •end I Oc with your nuna and address to— •AIL MOTHERS COMPANY, Mmicli, Ind. Houses .tittle Less Drafts Birds More Eggs Cleati Eggs Other Laying House Faults TOO MANY SOUTH WINDOWS: tary litter— too much labor. Cause cold houses, wet floors, unsani- Storm sash or fewer windows will make a house warmer in winters-cooler in summer. N • ' ' ' . . • ' .'.'., llfir KVl tJV V LJl 1 IMA 1 Kill : R esu it^f rom too much air movement causing cold drafty houses, low feed arid water consumption and egg production. It also results from too little air movement causing wet houses — bad odor, dirty birds — eggs. '"... DA/IDpIAADC. 1 VVAILUUAJ. DIRTORBOARD FLOORS CAN'T BE CLEANED EASILY. They allow diseases or parasites to spread to clean pullets. Smooth concrete floors laid on gravel or tile base are labor and bird savers. Do not let ea c h pullet work full time- she's like a man without tools — off the job — every hen strives to eat 50 or 60 pounds for maintenance but she must be coaxed to eat 35 pounds more if she is to lay 175 eggs annually. Give her room! ! ! • | "MORE EGGS FROM PULLETS" F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 ALGONA Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results " Us Gremlins is boilin'mad!" TAKE ME ;:: me job was to make tings go wrong wid American planes. "One day, 1 spots a B-29 taking off fer Tokyo. "Boy, oh Boy!' sez I, '3800 miles fer me to louse tings up!' So I climbs aboard. First ting I figure to do, since the Saipan sun wuz blazing hot, wuz to make the grease bleed out of the controls. Dat's a quick way to ruin a plane, see. "But nuttin' doing ... dey had an aviation lubricant that o stays on the job no matter how hot the tropical sun gets. "An*-dat wuz only the first outrageous ting. I couldn't get nowhere wid rust... dey had rust preventive lubricants. And even wid the load they had aboard, I couldn't hold 'em back on the take-off.." ;• dat new aviation fuel's got too much power, '' • ; "But all the time, see, I'm saving up me dirtiest trick of aU,' 'Me time is coming,' sez I, 'when the temperature gets down to 60 or 70 below 'n the Jap Zeros come diving in, 1 "But youse know what? I couldn't dp a twg, see, Outrageous! Them aviation lubricants never felt the cold, AU the complicated controls and machinery worked perfect, Pey knocked down, the Zeros, blasted the daylights put o|5\?kyo, an/ "Dat's why I'm boilin' Standard Oil is unfair to us Grenilinj," Ij

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