The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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A * VALUES FOR THE HOME, THE'CAR, FOR ALL THE FAMILY! 3-IN-l VALUE! Gallon of nnd WAIA-TONK THAY All Three! Wall-Tono goos on like magic ... makes your walla beautiful. Just mix-with water, pour In the handy tray and roll It on. Dries In an hour. Many lovely shades. A Regular 3.78 Value! An Archery Book with Every Set Reg. 4.95 Eight-Piece SET This fine sot includes a five-foot lemonwood bow, four arrows, leather arm guard and finger tab, target and archery booklet. Popular Nine-Inch Size Thrifty »«yi Q€feC Special tJPejr Quality-made of seamless, stamped stool. ^Heavy enough to be of finest service, light enough f or easyhandling. /orhnul s/ . 'Spring^ " '••• Come FREE! 2Sc Package Burpee's SUPER GIANT ZINNIA SEEDS 20-Page Booklet "Beautiful Lawns with Less Work" Shows you how to build and care for » be»utt. ful, long-lasting lawn. Want Hew Tires? COME IN AND ASK ABOUT W* We Will Recap Your Prescnf Smooth ^[irvn for. Winter Driving '' SaMy Are Available to You We Will fqu/p Your Car and B ay Your ftccoppeJ fires DEtUXE CHAMPION ,T*«T(r»T Safer Ton grs OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUN1 OR, If YOU PREFER, USE OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN H U XT A B L E Firestone Store .ALGONA UPPER DCS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA.. -PAGE Mrs. Paul Weber, Burt, Passes, Funeral Rites Held Friday ! . / ' ' ;'•:•"• Hurt: Mrs. Paiil Weber, died at her home near Burt early last Wednesday morning, following an illness of a number of weeks. She returned from Rochester only a week or tw'o .before her death, where it was found she had cancer. • ' Funeral services held at Si. John's Lutheran Church Friday afternoon, 'the Rev. Ferdinand Reith conducting the service. The body was ' taken to Minneapolis for" '.burial, where another service. Was held Saturday afternoon. Anita Marie- Gehrtz was born February 22, 1899, at Swea City to Gustaye and Sophia Gehrtz. She also lived at Armstrong, Little Rock, and Sioux City. As a young woman she went to Chi^ cago and worked for the Chicago Trust Co. Later she moved to Minneapolis, where she worked for the Northwestern National bank. On Sept. 3, 1932, she was married to Peter James Jensen, who died March 6, 1941. On. May 20, 1943, she was married to Peter Paul Weber and since then has lived near Burt. She is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Sophia Gehrtz, Bancroft;, a brother, Ednest Gehrtz, Gregory, S. D.; a sister, Mrs. Leona Thompson, Bancroft, and other relatives. Sigsbees In New Home The C. E. Sigsbees moved.into their new home on Main street Wednesday. Their sons, Howard and Gordon, will run the farm. They have sold the small house in which the Gordon; Sigsbees lived to Bernard Lee'peiy 'who will move thq house into the south part of Burt, ' ijt Home From Japan' ' Andrew Sankey, who recently returned . from Japan, arrived home Tuesday to sperid a 15.-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanken,. after which weekend at the home of hi* un> cle and aunt Mr., and-Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt, Ames. Mr; and Mrs.'R. L. Coed ill and the Henry Smiths visited Mrs* Gene Riebhoff at Eagle Of6ve &' Week ago Friday. Mrs. Arthur Jackman, Ames, and Mrs. .Will Knoll and dawglv ter visited Thursday afternoon at the R. F. Hawcott home. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott spent last Tuesday at the Martin Jensen home in Algona. Mrs. Jensen is Mrs. Hawcott'S niece. A Home Project meeting*was held at the L. H. Sehenck home Thursday. The lesson was on home'storage. A fair'crowd attended.' • ' ., Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and Harvey Larson returned from Rochester he will go to brought home a bayonet. Ottumwa. Jap rifle He and The Sewing Circre will meet with Mrs. J. H. Graham Friday afternoon. William Larson, Titonka, 'spent Monday evening at the Edmund Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lavreriz have rented rooms at the Martin Greise home. 1 .. Mr. and Mrs/Clifford Holding were business ( visitors in Des Moines Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.. Nels J. Nelson spent last Wednesday evening at the Chris Bolie home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona, spsnt Thursday evening at the H. W. Manus home. , Mr ./and 'Mrs. Ernie Peterson, Emmetsbur?, were '.Friday dinnfcr guests at the -Nels J. Nelson home. ''... : . Mrs. H. O. Buell returned laiit week Monday after a few days' visit with Mrs. E. J. Murtagh in Algona. . '.. • Lurena Wessel and Lavina Groen were dinner guests Friday evening at the Rev. A. G. Heddle home. Mrs. Olc Olson, Lake Mills, visited her mother Mrs, Anna Toebben .and sister, Aleeda, on Thursday. Arlene Patterson and her fiance, Major -Bowles of Virginia, were calling on Burt friends last week Monday.- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sehenck and son Gary snent last week Sunday at the I. W. Hansen home at Gilmore Cily. Mrs. J. Schoger, Osage, arrived Thursday for a few days' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson. Gordon Graham spent ; the 1 Wednesday, where they had gone through the clinic. The Franz Teeters, Mrs. Petra Larson, and Mrs. Harvey Larson and daughter were dinner guests a week ago Sunday at the Edmund Larson home. Raymond Mitchell and Trenton, Neb., .arrived Mrs. baby, , ...... Thursday for several weeks visit with Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham." •Wayne Ellis,' Union, arrived Thursday for a few days visit at the home of his uncle E. P. Fredrickson. He recently received his discharge from the/armed forces. •"•'„•:•. Mrs. K. J. .Smith went to Graettinger, Thursday, 'to spend a few'days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Jensen, who had just come home from an Estherville hospital with her new son, Robert Jr.' The-Dr. R.H.Thompsons are having an-addition built 0n their house. The - work' was started late last fall, but wasn't completed on 'account of winter weather. Fred LavrenZ and his crew arg doing the work: Mrs. Bertha Mansmith returned to her home at - Bancroft Thursday. She had been staying at the J. H. Schroeder home while they were'away on a trip. Mrs. Kenneth Cook is now staying at the Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sevrin of Philip, S. D., spent Thursday night at the J. P. Trunkhill home. Mr. Sevrin was at one time in partnership , with Mrs. Trunk- hill's 'father, the late Mr. Wheeler, in a hardware store at Philip. Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson went to Ames .Wednesday to visit their children, Mr. and Mrs.. Lawrence Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Miller and baby returned home .with, them f° l '..a few-days.. jLawrenge.ris a student at Artie's .and he arid""his 'family iaco; Jj-vipg-JJW,-a .trailer house there; ••'',••• ' • /. .' HEERDT IS UNION CHAMP Four Corners:' township spelling The Union contest was held Wednesday, afternoon at Good Hope..The contestants were pupils from 'the third grade to the eighth : grade' inclusive. .The cnempioh spoiler was Margaret Heerdt from Dint.,No. 7. ; 'Ndrma Walker pronounced the : words for the oral spelling and .Frances Dodds pronounced for the written words. Margaret Heerdt will enter the county spelling contest in Algona March 30. Mrs. E. C. Witham and Mrs. Harley Will .attended a committee meeting and luncheon,at the hotel in Burt Monday, March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and children spent Sunday, March 17, at the former's parental home, the Frank Eisen- barths, east of Algona. Mrs. Myrtle Hayne spent Monday and Tuesday of last week at the C. N. Robinson home. Mrs. Haync makes her home with her son Carl at Webster City. Over 100 attended the "men's supper" at Good Hope Friday night. The men prepared and served the meal, which was enjoyed by all. A program followed the supper. Darryl DeMuth of Milford spent Wednesday and Thursday at the C. N. Robinson home, Darryl is Mrs. Robinson's nephew and he recently received his discharge from the service. Doris Drayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton, reached home Saturday, Mar. 10 after spending two months with her sister Mrs. Russel Howard and family, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Ed Rich spent One day last week with her sister, Mrs. Merton Christensen, helping her with her household work. Little Terry Joe Christensen accompanied his aunt home for an indefinite stay, Mrs. Minnie Wilson, Virgil Wilson, Jim Chrislensen, Theo. Elbert and Mrs. Glen Cowing spent Wednesday evening at the T^j-l "DlnU '_«„.__ /-< i_ F. .. . • i i Ed Rich home, entertainment. Mrs. Rich's sister. Cards furnished Mrs. Cowing is BODE AUXILIARY IS HOST TO HUNDRED EX-SERVICE MEN Bode: Friday evening, March 15, 100 were in attendance at the party the American Legion Auxiliary gave to ex-service men and women in -gymnasium at high school. The evening's entertainment began with the Grand March to music furnished 'by Mrs. Lloyd Pherson. This was followed by a "millinery" parade of hats made by the women and worn by the men. Bridge was played for-the remainder of the evening, and late <in the evening refreshments were served cafeteria style, from a nicely decorated serving table decorated in spring flowers, candles, and shamrocks. pask^iball Chapetone Irvih Olson attended the girls' basketball tournament in Des Mpihes last week in which his daughter LaFay Olson teaches in the Coon ttapids winning girls' team. CelebratM Birthday Mrs. Dewey Morse celebrated her birthday on March 19. ' Several of her friends took advantage of the occasion and came, spending a social afternoon with her, after which refreshments were served. Frank Larson of Lake Benton,' Minn,, has accepted a position in the Olaf Olson garage. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaug- slad were in Algona one day last week visiting at the home of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Harry Spongberg. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern are spending a few days in Moline, 111., visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Maurice DeBo. Mrs. Henry Jensen of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jensen of Chicago were recent visitors at the R. B. Carlson home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sween and sons Jimmy and Arthur of Fort Dodge \vcre recent visitors at the home of his mother Mrs. Ole Sween.' Mrs. Harold R. Watson and young son Dennis Lee of West Bend is spending the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ladman and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ladman and children spent the weekend of March 17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons. Mrs. Dewey Morse celebrated her birthday Tuesday afternoon, March 19, with a party of her friends. The afternoon was spent socially, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Irvin Olson ha's returned from a two weeks visit at the home of her -son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Lindgren in Akron, O. Enroute Sails From Guam W. F. Aldinger nas written his wife Marjorie that he sailed on March J4 from Guam on board the S. S. Wakefield and expgcls to reach the March 28. west coat about Hiichhike io Tourney Jean Bergum ana Townswick hitch-hiked City Tuesday, to attend the state basketball tournament which be- Stanley to Iowa COUGHS home she spent several days in Chicago visiting relatives. Mrs. L. B. Gangsted was pleasantly surprised on Tuesday afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayer Jr. of Louisville, Ky., who were former residents of Bode, stopped to see her en- route to San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kinscth spent Sunday in Gilmore City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stamper. The occasion of their visit was the birthday of their niece, Louise Stamper, who was seven years old that day. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Olson gave a post-nuptial surprise miscellaneous shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Aasheim Friday evening, March 15, for Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson, whose marriage took place in Humboldt on February 20. Forty were present for. the affair. Hie couple' «?ui; farm Maurdce Aasheim's fflm west of Bode. "• , 0*1 Home C«mfart (hit • Houiciimt with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOI Phone ui ladUy CewanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA A full College Course for you WITH EXPEHSES PAID Pi & HBK= i In Here's important news for young men 18 and over (17 with "parents' consent). Under the Gi Bill of Rights, if you enlist in the. U. S. Army before October 6, 1946, for 3 years, upon your discharge you will be entitled to 45 months of college, trade or business school education. Tuition up to $500 per ordinary school year will be paid. And you will receive 565 monthly living al- • lowance—$90 if you are married. Get the facts at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station. SPENCER, IOWA Algona, Iowa, at the Postoffice Each Monday Morning ZENDER'S ... Clothes for Men and Boys . .. ALGONA due to colds are eased, sticky phlegm loosened up, irritated upper breathing passages are soothed and relieved, by rubbing Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest and back at bedtime. Blessed relief as VapoRub PENETRATES to upper bronchial tubes with its special medicinal vapors, ' STIMULATES chest and back surfaces like a warming poultice. Often by morning most of the misery of the cold is gonel Remember— ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special, double action. 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