The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 16, 1946
Page 8
Start Free Trial

PAGE TWO. MRS. B. B. 1MON, 86, SERVICES HELD AT$EStEY,APRIL5 Wesley: Funeral services were held at the- Methodist church Friday. April 5, for Mrs. B. B. Tryoh Who passed away at her home 'north of-Wesley, April 2. i- ; Rev.-;B. A.-Rust of Brilt, a very close friend of the family conducted the services with Rev. J. A. Riggs,' local pastor, assisting. Mrs. , Tryon was born Amy Endora Butts,'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J..P. Butts in Lake county, Indiana, March 24, 1800. She was the only one remaining of a large family.-Her sister Ellen, and her brother L-orenze, who lived witli her,, passed away within the last fourteen months. .Mrsi.Tryon, 06, had been in failing, health since the death of her brother in January last and her death came suddenly when apparently she was regaining some slrength. When Mrs. Tryon was three years old she was stricken with infantile paralysis which left her a lifetime cripple. The remarkable courage and determination with which she carried on in spite of her .handicap won for her the highest admiration of those who intimately knew her. She was outstandingly patient and kind. She was preceded in deatli by her first husband, Mr. Daniels. Her -husband remains to mourn her departure and he is now making his home in the B. A. R. home in Britt. Mrs. Tryon was an aunt of Guy M. Butts. Hannah Nelson of Algona visited her sister Mrs. Fred Seefelt Tuesday and Wednesday. The Stitch and Chat circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Vce Mullin Thursday evening. Ruth Vitzthum came Thursday to spend a.two weeks vacation at her parental George Vitzthum home. Ruth, young daugntci\of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig, is sick with scarlet fever and the home is quarantined. .Members of the senior class of the public school and Supt. Chas. Mullin went to Cedar Falls Friday 1'or skip day. The K. Y. N. circle of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Raymond Hansen Wednesday afternoon, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. OsVvald Lalller of Conyith were callers at the Julius Matz home on Tuesday at last week. The ladies are sisters. Larry, oldest son of'Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, had an appendectomy at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, Tuesday of last week. John Ybungwirth is the proud possessor of a new 1946 Pontiac. Elof Pearson recently purchased a now Chevrolet, and Frank Fox has a new Chevrolet truck. About ,60 attended the meeting of the newly organized rifle club held Thursday evening in the auditorium. Following the business meeting rifle practice .was held. .The Dorcas circle .will meet with Mrs. H. J. Braley the same after-^ noon and Mrs. P. C. Haynes will be hostess to the Willing Workers circle 'Wednesday afternoon. The Lawrence Smith family went to Graettinger Sunday of last, week where they were guests at her parental Mrs. Chas. Nolan home. Mrs. Nolan and son Bob visited at ,the Smith home on Tuesday of- last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Richter and Ann spent- the weekend of last week at Minneapolis where they made Hie acquaintance of Hie baby jzirl, Ann Laura, born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rudstrpm Tuesday, April 2. rThis is their first child. Mrs. Rud|trom is the 'former Ruth Richter. r ' ^fir^c.:*..?••.•..,,:•:•:•!• Whittemore Man To A Sanitarium Whittcmorc: Henry, F. Schultz, and grandson- Norman 'Schultz, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, George Maahs and daughter Kathleen, and Mill'ord Gade left early Thursday morning for Savannah, Mo., where Henry entered the Nicholas sani- larium, in Savannah. Enroute to Missouri they called on the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and family at Clarincla, former pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Maahs remained in Clarinda and spent the day with the Dischers. Mr. Schultz has a cancerous growth on his lip and will remain f.or treatments fov several weeks. The rest returned home the fame evening. Burt Home Is Sold Burt: The Clifford Holdings sold their home in north Burt to the Hiram Ackermans. The Holdings plan to move into their new home, the former C. V. Schrader residence, this week. EASTER SEALS ARE CHILDREN A CHANCE then- awakwafd fingers'. two children from the Spastic! school, at De's Moines, using a lacing frame device throiigh which they learn to make their fingers obey their will. This practure will .teach them-to lie and lace their own shoes and .perform other mantial tasks. The boy is using a GIVING \THESfi . IfjWng.rde'yicij. whila.. > the large -wooden shoe , ;. to learn-to, use; • tho>gMyjasMs'.fiil"ed with little figures. 'She\ Pictured Jiers'iare , 1 -must;disassemble the '••"stipe'in order to get to . . .themi ; .".The seh'dol is-Supported .by.,the Ibxjra •S'dciety for Crippled 'Childrph and the Disabled/.-primary rhteans of furds to continue tfris '•.'jvpr-lt'' to .aid crippled' children borne throughuyqur purchase 6f Easter Seals. .The EastSr Seal drive ends ,'bn- Easter Sunday. 21 Attend Lakota Auxiliary Meeting Lakota: The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. George Heetland last week Monday evening, April 8, with 14 members and 7 visitors present. The meeting was regularly convened by the president, Mrs. Fred Schroeder. A request was read for prizes to be sent to the spring carnival at Knoxville. Mrs. Francis Adams read an article on Safety in the Home. C HANGE o 'VER for Better Driving A complete D-X check-up and changeover will help insure safe, smooth driving. Winter-worn lubricants are destructive — why take chances? Get scientific car conditioning at the D-X i sign. Drive in today. GUARANTEED SPRING CHANGE-OVER SERVICES Drain and refill Crankcaso with D-X Motor OH • Change Transmlislon and Differential Lubricants • D-X Guaranteed Lubrication for chassis and body • Flush Cooling System • Check Battery • Check, Inflate Tires • Repack Front Wheel Bearings • Clean, Adjust Spark Plugs • Wash, Wax and Polish Car • Service Oil Filter, Air Cleaner • Inspect Lights & Windshield Wiper • Clean Windows A.'H. PEIERSON;OF FENTONftGROOM Fentpn: 'A. ' H. Peterson .of Fentqn and .Miss Margaret; Gronau of .Chicago: were married Wednesday evening^at 7:30 at the Methodist parsonage With the Rev. F. C.Preul performing the ceremony. A reception was held right after the ceremony at-the home of the bride's . sister, -Mrs'. .Theo Mueller, .to which . near relatives and friends were invited. The '• newlyweds will -make their home in,.the .groqrn's, house located'in the east part ,o"f Fenton. ' , ' • '. '•'..•'•'. ' •••• 'Mrs. •Barries > Hostess To W.^.iC,S.; Meeting At Ledyard, Thursday Ledyard: On- Thursday, afternoon' the -Woman's- ',Soc:iely\; 61 '•GUristttHPWSftfvic? ' --. nSet : : at,' the- church with 'Mrs. .Albert. Barnes as hostess. "The following program was; given," withj'.Mrs',' Gco. Thompson .as iprbgrarh"..chairman: Song, "Are .Ye Able," Group; Easter . Devotions*, based ' on -The Resurrection, ; Mrs. H. Herzog;i Song, "Living for JesUs," group; "Easter," by Mrs.' W. Brack. '. Guitar. diiet, '"Were You There," Mrs! G. Burrows, and Melva; Group of . short poems, Mrs. Edward GifaetUalt; song, "He. Lives," grptip; readings- by Mrs. ' When You have Crankease Drained ... Refilled, cnange to D-X MOTOR Oil • SOlVflll-FMCfKIQ •MINIMIZES HJO»!IO» .. MINIMIZES SLIOCE .K6NCOIIOSIK An automotive adaptation ' of superior aviation oil. Selected paraffin base crudes are used to insure. higher heat resistance, less vaporization loss, high film strength. Solvent-processed by a patented method, none of its rich "natural" oiliness is lost. In addition, New*' D-X is Staminized against oxidation and corrosion. 'MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION .HltNIUI-IIISISUHCE 21-3C USB WITH 0-X lUBRICATl NO MOTOR D-X and Diamond Products Mid-West Service Co. Dealer Stations ED'S P-X SERVICE MIKE'S D-X SERVICE SELZER'S D-X SERVICE AND LUNCH FITCH D-X FEED STORE H. Spranki Vibra harp number, Rev. and Mrs. Cass; song, "Lead Me to Calvary," group; ' closing prayer, Mrs. Mayer. •'•'.', r. The next meeting of. the W..S. C. S. will bo^a ; li.usi.ness; mpetirig at the church on April 25 'with Mrs. N, A. Pingel as hostess. A daughter-. was born - to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lutter Sunday evem'rig at the .-..•Buffalo'. Center hospital. •''•-,. . Bey.. .anidvMrs. Edw. Nuss-drove to , Fairmont on Monday ;tb • call on Mrs, Ervin Smith at the Community hospital. Mj;s. 'Chdstie Hinrichson-' accompanied rthem. The Youth .Fellowship •Social, was. held in the basement.. of the Evangelical & .Reformed church on Monday • evening, . ,< Named President* Of Ottosen-Rural Club : Ottosen: The Ladies Rural. club met Thursday .afternoon- at the home of Mrs. Walter Ewy at West Bend, with Mrs. Marion Johnson as . hostess. Twelve members answered, roll call. Delegates to the county federation meeting - vto be held at Renwick on April/27 were elected. Mrs. Eugerje Hofius was •elected as 'delegate and Mrs. Roy Telford. v/as elected alternate. Election ,o^ officers for 'the coming year \y as: .held with the results'- as follows: president, Mrs. Eugene Hptius; first vice president, Mrs, Ch.arlie,V^elter| second vice presi- 'dent, Mrs.'Doi'othy Hundertmark; secretory. "... M£s. . . Hpllis .Cooper: treasurer, ''Mrs'. Mike' Coy'le; and corresponding .se.cretary. vMrs.ViRoy •Telford. Special feature at.,this meeting was <a - talk -by .Mrs. /Joe Dunn > of West Bend on .landscaping.' iP.lant echahg'e was also- held. Guests were. .Bennett and rs; Lehns"'-',bioth of Des Moines ' The '-next meeting \yill .'^^ Prefeby.terian' cjfu'rch. par,. April <25,:and a ' potluck " ' ., liinch will be .served. Auxiliary Adds-lVIeitibers— '. ,T.fie American. Leeion, Auxiliary met! Tuesday afternoon at the home of 'Mrs., John Coyle. The organization yoted to send gifts: to the. veterans hospital at Knoxville •rind also' to friake 150 Easter favors. Jdr r . the. hospital. Three new mem-. bers have ..been added. They are Mrs; ; George .Cooper, Mrs. Hollis . Cooper iimd Mrs. Leo- Wehrspann, 'Visitors '•» were .Mesdames Jack Qrahe, 'I. 'Lqvig, Chester Alme, G. } f Piirdy^ anc^; Eugene Hofius. The ..••next; 'meeting' will be at the home I fWe/,an,svver all .calls up'to ;.l 1 A; M.' daily ..and .emerg- .lency caljs; at any time sday Jor,nigh't.j PHONE 12t£ (f... MS "..; , ImproTed cluicb . . . ..|w wheel rimi. . . Lonjer-lifc muffler »nd uil pipe... Improved »• "SWVJti SWWAKS" Tb« resMlt pf » long line of tbt now H#W p*omi»c for 1946 is'thVfiijeji of (hero 411. IP f idiog ease, depep^bility, jwmjna, - beauty—io all-around and M-pM ( QU^yty. jrhe new 1946 PoHM»c is de«|n«d 10 »dd fame «nd luster to » (me old nara.e. Come in v. You will be mor* th»n lk$ pew P ' Phon* 53 Alg<ma Iji\pJement jCe, State . Thf group m& bhe Wool quill caps aridiCdlldfs for Easter lav.ofs ; ,f(5r th^. .AtteHpan jLegipn . .Tn '"'' . . .bse '".'aftendlrig' were Mr. and Mrs 1 .- Eugene Hofius, Mr. attd Mrs. 'Roy Telford atid .sqn, Lar- fy ( Mh ;fin'd..Mrs, .-Herman •i'ooeht •a.nd ,.Mr. and,,1Vt?s., (3,eoi'ge,'Bruell« fln artd efttjiflreh Melvin .arid ' '• " ' ' " 6r1firflved ,-,'nna an* . at the -Algoria Uppef ' ' " I.T.A, HAS ELECTION Seneijai /(the Seneca Parent Teacher's* field final meeting of the year at the school Wednesday evening, The program opened with the Pledge" of Allegiance to the Flag, followed by 1 ' a group of three Negro, spirituals, sung by Mrs. .Nor,man Thompson, Mrs. Lqvi Schiller,, Harriett Olscn,,Julia ConWell, Jeanne Erickson, and ThotrTas Curtis. - wero then favored , '.dedicated to, the« ; yft^h;i Pulsing the r^iness ,nevv / officers, tf ere; 'Sleeted ; lows: Presiae^;^ Looit, ; vice pt'esid>fi V- Hartshorn; secretary - - treasurer, Mls&' Jeanne Eriekson. . Mi-, and .Mrs, Er,n6$t Lone Kb meeting. ' ' • WANT -••• . . -i..1 _in -tli-i .:Xi..i rt l«i^ !j^~\ m _ ,"!'?" j i. „ ,irr *l i ' — r ' --^^^^^^•"^T*"*f* <~»^<***<l^*^ You con make your like new in 10.m/nures v CO AST-TO'COAST STORES Seat, Cover*. • •--. $«ofa Loofc L/fce It Itn't Necessary to U0v* them -Unsightly COAST-TO-COAST STORES SEAT COVERS , made from attractive, durable materials. Uniformly cut to give perfect* tit and appearance at low cost. Whin Spring Is in the air it It time to ttart car repair. THE FAMOUS COAST-TO- COAST STORES MASTERTEX SEOT COVEBS FOR COUPES SIZES TO FIT TWO AND FOUR DOORS We Will Install These Covers—No-Extra Charge Joe Bloom BSD TRUCKERS ATTENTION: Special Discount on, Rayon Cord Truck Tires . .'.•''..•;'•' ., .-TheyLast! . "• . •'/ . Porous Piston An Exclusive American Hammered American Hammered developed the application of .porous chrome to piston rings and set a new standard for engine performance. Road tests covering more than seven .million miles — in all types of bus and truck engines, in all • types of service — established these facts: American Jiam- : mcred. Chrome Piston Rings quadrupled the time between -engine overhauls. oil consumption lower for a longer period. Reduced cylinder wear as much as one-third of what is considered normal. For the. fleet operator, this adds up to big .savings. in operating and maintenance costs, and the elim- of much of the down-time that cuts into your, profits/ ^Your American Hammered Jobber is prepared to with Porous-Chrome Piston Ring Sets. "I H "' V It [/i. I When ; piston rUig jobs .are necessary insist' on Piston Rings, DISTRIBUTING CO, ANRiFORT

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free