The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 11
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illlSRITES SitllSDAY; RESIDENT " VERNE 60 YEARS |eW- • LtiVerno: Funeral services were - Tuesday afit'crhoon ' in the ethodlst church with the Rev. Phillips officiating for Ellis who passed n-way at PrWny, Feb. 1, at the age WHIIam H. Ellis', son ot Daniel ,,'and Maria -Foster Ellis, was orn February fi, 18G4 in Wiliiams- ,bwn, New York, and passed away it his home in LuVerne oh Feb. 1, 046, at the age of 81. At the -age of 21 he moved with • J|ils' mother >and two brothers to ;|LuVerne where he lived for tho ; frertiainder of his life, f lie wfcs united in marriage -to Ellii Mae Smith, also of LuVerne, on-Dec. 22, 1895. To them were born two daughters, Mrs. Nell 2efttncr of Hunrboldt and Mrs. Grcenway of Joplin, Mo. Mr. Ellis and bis brother Dun ere farmers <at LuVerne until when' poor health made it •perative that they retire from '.active work. For three years ; was in very poor health and is bedfast the past eight months. j: had been a member of the 'ethodist church for many years, He leaves to mourn his departure & wife, two daughters, Nell and ;, two granddaughters Marilyn Maurine O'Connell of Hum- Idt, two nieces Miss Bertha God- of ; Algona and Mrs. Nellie itiltoftiof Utica, New York, one w Hoy -Ellis of Syracuse, York, and many 'friends roughout 'the community. Pallbearers were Joe Thorn, •ed Kruse, Fred Zwiefel, Cecil Arthur Dimler and Harry chty. 'Mrs. Ellis' granddaughter terilyn' O'Connell sang a hymn. Burial was made in the LuVerne 'emetery. i t lonor New Bride— ^ The members of the Presbyter- Ladies -Association were host- ses at. a miscellaneous shower Wednesday afternoon in the Lity hall .honoring Miss .Marjdrie [liley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. >.rt Riley. Mrs.' Ralph Stoll and frs. Clifford Holmes had charge •the entertainment, favorite cipies and advice was given after tiich the honoree opened her bany lovely gifts. - Lunch was ]>rved at the close of the after- ppn. Marjorie was married on [inday evening to'James Doak in LuVerne Presbyterian church. as hostess. .Mrs. Herman HJnz St., president of the aid perside'd at the business meeting after which ttev. Wittenberg read A chapter from the study book. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by the hostess M, the close of the meeting, Mithmllst The general, meeting of the •Methodist W. S. C, S. will be held Wednesday afiternoon, Feb. 13, in the church parlors. Hostesses for the .afternoon will be Mrs. Ed Deh. nert, Mrs. Steve Baker, Mrs. Harold Sorensen ( Mrs, Earl Detmering and Mrs. S. P. Sorensen. Mrs. Frank Sanford will lead the devotional period and Mrs. Earl Neal will have charge of the program. hcran Aid Meeting:— e Lutheran Ladies Aid met sday afternoon in the church tirs with Mrs. Elmer Gronback Cemetery Meeting-, 14th— The Cemetery Association will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 14 in the city .hall. -Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Phil,Henderson, Mrs. Grant Henderson, Mrs. Ed Hot and Mrs. Fred Hlnz Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson and Rubye Godfrey were Foft Dodge shoppers on Thursday. Mrs. Barney Frankl of Irylrigton visited Thursday afternoon" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. Robert Bornholdi, his mother and 'his aunt all of Arnolds Pa>k were callers here Thursday after- noofi. Bob is a former manager of ,the Thompson lumber yards. Mrs. William Bigings underwent a major operation in. 'the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Monday evening. It is reported that she is getting along nicely at this writing. Mrs. James Trauger returned home Thursday Srotn Ellsworth where she had spent a lew days visiting at the home of her sister and 'brotherr'in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ervin McGowen. , Twenty-two members of the executive committee of the W. S. C. S. held >a i o'clock dessert luncheon in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. After the luncheon the business meeting was held. Mrs. William Ellis accompanied her daughter and son-in-law Lt. .and Mrs. Edward Greenway to their home in Missouri for a visit. Later she will move to Humboldt where she will make her home. ...- Donald- Warmbier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbier arrived home Tuesday evening and he has been given his discharge from the army. Donald has been in the army-two years and he had spent the last several months over- 4 seas in the,Philippine islands, he * was a- sergeant. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard and their son and daughter-in-law Capt. and Mrs,Kenneth Thompsons were visitors Friday afternoon at the home of j Mrs. Peter Thompson and with I other relatives. Kenneth -has just Newspaperman And Author Speaks On Rotary Forum Tanite AT/mNA MWA Albert Final speaker In the open forum series, sponsored here by the Algeria Rotary club, will be Albert Parry, above, prominent journalist and author. He will speak in thfe high school auditorium tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 12, starting at 8 p. m. Mr. Parry was born and reared in southern Russia, on the border of Asia. He received his early education there, and traveled extensively in the Ukraine, Crimea and the Caucasus. After, coming to the U. S. A. in 1921 he worked-'as a newspaperman in New York and Los Angeles; and received his Ph. D. at the .University of Chicago in 1938. He is •• considered an authority on international affairs, particularly in trade and political relations with Russia. He published his fifth book in 1944, entitled "Russian Cavalcade." Lucille Thilges, West Bend, Bride of St. Joe Young Man Finnestads Hosts At Fenton Home Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad entertained at. dinner Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and 'Miss Rose Mary Finnestad of Minneapolis and Vernon Hohenberger of Livermore. received his honorable discharge from the army after having spent over -three years in the service, several months being, spent overseas in the Philippines. St. Joe: On Tuesday morning, Feb. 5, at 7:30 o'clock at Sts. Peter and Paul's church in West 6end Lucille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thilges, West Bend, became the bride of Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sdrrnann Jr. of St. Joe. The single ring 1 ceremony was pgrform- ed by the Rev. Father • Bernard T. Dillon of Milford. The bride wore a white satin floor-length gown with a net over-skirt and train. She had a net finger-tip veil held in place with a coronet of pearls. She wore a three-strand string of pearls arid carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations. Fidelis Thilges, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. The bridegroom _ was attended by Clarence Frideres, a friend. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for about 65 relatives and friends. The table was decorated with the bride's chosen colors and centered With a threertier wedding caktf with a miniature bride and groom. The bride attended the Sts. Peter and Paul's school in West Bend and has been employed in the Coffee Shop in West Bend. The groom attended St. Joo's school and has been working on hff father's farm. Friends and. relatives were entertained at a wedding dance in Livermore the same evening. After March 1st the couple will be at home on a farm 3'.is miles southwest of Algona. Marriage Banns Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Father Geo. J. Theobald for William Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker, and Kathleen Kunkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel of Lu Verne. The wedding will be February .26 at St. Benedict. attended to tho chores at the Weydcrt home. A number of St. Joe people attended a basketball- tournament in Fort Dodge, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. St. Joe lost to the Le Mars team 28 to 24 in t the semi-final round. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales were surprised-by relatives last Sunday evening when they came to help them celebrate their 44lh wedding anniversary at their home in Trvinglon. Kenneth Le Brun, Melvin Munk, and Rosemary Brickor of Doll Ranids, S. D., visited several days tho past week with relatives. They also attended the Thilgcs-Bormann wedding dance in Livermore Feb. 5. ning in Africa for a Lasting Peace," and was assisted by De- lorcs Mansager and Rosemary Cornelius. Music was given during the devotions and lesson by JVfes- dames Jack Tieman, Elmer Weisbrod, Lyle Newel, Clarence Arbogast, Charles Weisbrod, H. Paulus, Jon Madden, and Milton Weistorod, Mesdames H. J. Paulus, Gramenz and Boyken" were guests. Pvt. John Capesius arrived Tuesday to spend four days with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs.- Delmar Plathe accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ver^ non Plathe to visit with relatives in Texas. Wednesday evening, Feb. 13, St. Joe journeyed to Bancroft to play St. John's. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Wydert and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges of Galbraith spent the weekend in Minneapolis. Wilfred Schneider lllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllHIIIIIIIM As I urn moving ^o town. Twill sell nt public auction Mm-following property nt my plneo tlireo miles 'north, 1J4miles west of Corwith; S-miles straight south of Wesley; 8*6 miles east, of St. Benedict, on Monday, Feb. 18th SALE TO BECHX AT 12:80 O'CLOCK Head of Horses ••....•/..•..,..'/ . ' . • ,.: •. i .-Two-smooth mouth; 1 2-year pony, not broke. 3 = | 49 - Head of Cattle - 49 | Seven milk cows, to freshen soon5 2« Hereford feeding steers; 8 steers; 6 heifers; 5 calves; 1 Here- = ford hull .'J years old; roan hull calf; ' . ' S 10 * BrOpd SOWS, Vaccinated * . 10 | JFarm Machinery^ Etc* | t\Vo tractors—1 model A John jeere, rnhher In front and cultivator, I Sfodel B John Deere cfn.riili- sjs her, an«l cultivator; Minnesota Hay loader; 9-ft. MeConnick grain hinder; Case Itf.iu, tractor plow; gs John Deere IMn, tractor plow; Jwliri Deere mamire spreader, H^ years old; I5«ft t John Deere disc; John Deere eiujgato see^eri Joh^ 1>eere nioiverj fanning mJHi H»ft» eleyator extension for roof; electric fencer; hlacksnittU.post drl|lV'vlwi* ii..-,. \Y }f>vy r»ck «ml w»gon >¥ttl»>8teeVwJieel8j 4»wl»eel trailer with \mt fle^ftYHl creftw separator No, Jfi and electric motor} feed Imuk; 60»Uu, self feeder » oUliuniJng tank liofltori 9 net* of harness? Jftwn mower, j(og tr«i)8'l>sj chicken feeders j chicken waterers} g hro««ler stoves; and other articles too numerous ,to -..,--.. ; -'.,."...:.-' .. -• ••:..;...- .-. ' '. ;t , ; • ' ( • .. • ' ,. • /^ •:'•'••''•' ; . BALKH irrroAM Methodist Aid At Fenton In Discussion On A World Peace Fcnton: The Fenton W. S. C. S. met Thursday, Feb. 7, at Ihc Methodist church parlors. After the business meeting, Mrs. Lyle Newel led the devotions. Mrs. Alfred Meyers gave a very interesting lesson on, "Plan- Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson The Townsend plan will succeed IF we pray enough; we believe enough; we educate enough; we work enough- we give enough; and we meet often enough. It looks as if congress is goinn to have to have a partner in clear- Ins up (he social security insccur- tics. The Townsend plan, H. R. 2229 stands ready to help wipe the slate clean. As drawn up in H. R. 2229, the bill now before congress, the Townsend plan proposes that the government levy a tax of 3 per cent on the gross income (gross receipts) of all business and individuals, exempting only the first $100 per month of individual income. It proposes that this tax be collected monthly and toe "ear marked" for a specific purpose. Algona, Iowa: So that Algonians might better understand the Townsend organization the local club h£js voted gift subscriptions, to the Townsend National Weekly for a 6 'months period to be given to some deserving citizen, each week. —Adv. Hostesses were Mesdames Ray Stoeber, Jack Tieman, Mary Hansen, R. C. Goetsch, Frank Eigler, and Clarence Underwood. It was urged that we bring new members and other members to our meetings. Hostesses for the March 7 meeting will be Mesdames Alfred Meyers, Melvin Mansager, Fred Brown, Carl Kern, Charles Weisbrod and Roy Osborn. Wed 45 Year*; Trio | Of Anniversaries Whittemore: Today, February 12, three prominent Whittemore familieswill celebrate their 45th Wedding anniversaries. They were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuchsen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balgeman, and Mr. and Mrs. E'rank Ludwig. 11 *M *H They're HUSKY! They're HEALTHY! They're HARDY! Yes, Swift's Baby Chicks are really profitable! They're from strong, vigorous, high-producing strains of popular breeds. Hatched from selected, tested flocks, Swift's Baby Chicks are bred for high livability— fast growth— fast feathering- early maturity! It pays to start early! Get your Baby Chicks now! Swift's Hatchery is ready to help you raise an early-maturing, money-making 1 946 flock! Swift's Hatchery Algona, Iowa £{**\ft^^p<\fe*~M*\/U~-*<'4^^ . i CtOSINCKOUT Owing to ill health it is necessary that I quit farming for a while, therefore I will offer the following for sale OH the Union Construction Company farm, one mile east and !{}£ miles north of Lu Verne, on Thursday, Feb. 21 '1 '••''%• ' ii :m. t* SALE WILL START AT 1 O'CLOCK U Horses and Colts Some very good horses In this hunch 12 Head of Cattle Five good milk cows; 5 fall calves; 2 long yearling steers, weight ahout 750 pounds. . 25 Stock Hogs ? • One fnll-hloodod yearling Huiupshlre male hoe;. 12 25 Farm Machinery i i John Deere U. tractor on ruhher; 2«row tractor cultivator; International 8-hottom 14-in. plow; 8« row International planter, 3 years old, JflO r<ids wire; tractor hitch} single-rotv International corn picker, used two seasons; 5»!ft, International mower; ilNft, International hiii4er; IiiternatloniU side delivery j-ake; 13»ff, disc; 4'Sec, drag; John Deere endgate seeder; 2 Jijgh'Wjieel wagons with triple hoses; st!?pl running gear with hay rack; John Deere 4-wheel trailer, good ruhher, used pne season; 2 good Hajre<l wngoii hoxes; Dane hoy stacker; tractor hay huck, one horse-flrawn hiick, V One 6'sec, 804t, flexlhle drag; 3 hunch rakesi g.row John Deere corn planter; wide-tread boh sled; Mt'Conniek'Deering corn hinder; 8-rpw inpwnted John Deere >fo, 35A eoru picker ou ruUUer; John Deere hay loaderi hand coni shellerr grind stowe; clipper fanning «»UU Pontlac motor on skirts, used to run eleyator; John Deere grain elevator; 3 sets harness with extra eoUarsj 3 wheel barrows; DeL^val sep* urator; John Deere gas engine, ; .*-.•••• • ;Xr 700 BALKS OF GOOD TOED CLOVER AXD TIMOTHY WAY} ONE HPXDKED flALES OF AH of tliN iijiyM»s pt up without ti HOOK , or inuke nrrftngements >vltj»t}iip clerk. j -" -'- << •'". ..-....- p^pli .; 1 - l! 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