The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 28, 1946
Page 12
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' .ff v -y^J-i PAGE SIX. Twelve 1946 Whittemore Graduates ^~7" "" , "~" t """«* £"* ^" ,, ^.* * * t * I' 1 •••>.- :• ALOONA OTfBll DBS M01N8S, ALOONA IOWA. RITES FOR JENS V1NM« OHOSEN Burt Teacher Is Honored By Seniors; Awards Are Given When the Burt seniors graduated this year there were four members of the class who had started together 12 years ago in the first grade class of 14. They were Margery Pannkuk, Dale Lockwood, Kenneth Patterson and Kenneth Schneider. At commencement the class presented their sponsor Miss Erna Baars with a gift in appreciation of the fact that- she had started her teaching career in Burt the year they were first graders. Twelve seniors received lyres for music achievements during the past four years. They were: Kenneth Patterson, Dale Lockwood, Evelyn Becker, Helen Rachut, Mary Lee Parsons, Shirley Harvey, LaVonne Shipler, Lavina Grocn, Frances Habeger, Beverly Bussie, Patricia Wolf, and Janet Lou Sage. This year both the music medals, which Miss Baars presents each year to the students having the most outstanding music records, went to seniors Evelyn Becker and Helen Rachut. The athletic awards went to the following seniors: Baseball: James Fredrickson, Dale Lockwood, William Madsen and Donald Anclrcasen. Basketball awards went to the following: Jerome Soderbcrg, James Fredrickson, Dale Lockwood, William Madsen, and Donald Andreasen. James Fredrickson and William Madsen were selected as the captains of baseball and basketball respectively. The citizenship awards went to Kenneth Patterson and Evelyn Becker. These awards are determined by the student and faculty vote, the scholastic record and the participation in the extra curricular activities. Only one senior, Frances Ha- begcr, had a perfect attendance record for the past year. Memorial Day Wreaths Lovely, long • 1 a s 11 ng wreaths for Memorial Day remembrance of loved ones. Place your order now. Algona Greenhouses Living In Garage To Solve Whittemore Housing Shortage Whittemore: Rex Swanson, who several months ago bought the late John Creighton residence, salvaged a lean-to which was used for combination fuel house and garage and is planning to build a double garage. When it is completed he will move into it and salvage the house to build a modern one and a half story home with latest conveniences. Those who attended the funeral of William Voss, 86, held at Pomeroy Tuesday afternoon, were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gadc, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade, William Bell and daughter Wilma and August Gade. Mrs. John Sabin, Mrs. Harold Campncy, Algona, and Mrs. Russel Howard and son Richard of Washington, D. C., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Ellsworth Heidenwith drove to Mankato, Minn., Sunday morning. They took home the former's granddaughter Shari Walker, who attended the W'hit- temore public school the past three months when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, moved from Oelwein to Man- kalo. They also visited Mr. Walker, who is a patient in a hospital at Mankato, suffering with stomach ulcers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McClcan went to visit with the Walkers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kuecker returned home with the Heidenwiths Sun- clay evening while the McCleans stayed for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and sons Paul and Ivan and ?drs. Walter Struecker and daughter Lola drove to Steen, Minn, last week Sunday morning to visit relatives. They returned home Monday. Louis Braatz, who spent the past two weeks visiting relatives in difercnt parts of Minnesota, returned home Sunday. Alice Eiselc, who attended the funeral of nn aunt in Metamora, 111., returned home Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Millen, who spent a week Visiting here with Mrs. Millens mother, Mrs. Sadie Swanson, returned to their home in Glendale, Calif., Saturday morning. They made the trip by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely were Fort Dodge callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert-ahd Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Elbert returned home Thursday from the west coast, where they visited the past two weeks in the states of Washington, California, and New Mexico. ' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family were at Rodman Thursday 'evening helping Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Lauck, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Alvin Meyer and Mrs. Walter' Strueck- er were Fort Qpdge callers Friday. ' ." '' ' •' ' Telephone Office Remodeled The local telephone office has been undergoing some remodeling the past week. The.owner of the exchange Mrs. Hazel Jcnks of Fort Dodge is now the operator. Ait J. Cogley DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR RENOMINATION AS ERIFF An economical, efficient and impartial administration of the office of sheriff The Record Deserves His Renomination in the June Primary Your vote will hv ujjiircdutcd lij liu ucst nucl iiupurtiul service HELD MAY 21ST Ottosen: Funeral services for Jefts A. Vthaas, who died Friday, were conducted irolti the St. Olaf Lutherarl church at Bode on , Hltfeffifibft'-Jt S jl • tri; with thfi fti|fc J3, B.-^Ahdersdn, . 6t diarte, 'Mrs. Jflcdb- Torket- son sang "B«hold Allosti" ac- eompaiile'd fey Mrs. Lews Ber< gum, Interment Was at the Ottosen carnetery with the Skaugstad Funefal ttdtfie in, charge.' Jettfe Anton Vifiaas. son of Jo- hail arid Martha Johnson, Was born at Fredrlkstad, Norway* March 26, 1863, ana passed away 1C 4 IIVIII11 nilU ffM WS*JU» J fie was eonfltttied in the Lutheran' faiih ahd grew to mah- hood In Norway, m 1882 he «ri» igratcd'to America, coming to ,Bode, where he attended the public school, Me married Kafeh Malde of Effimetsburtf. SeVeh children, four sons and tttfee daughters survive hi*, and also 14 grandchildren. Thoy arc: .ar ( and f>ne sister ^catted him de Mr!' early tosen community, MttUM on & wa« one of the, settlers ,6f the Ot< htm here before the tbWfl was os. 1 § M WHILE THEY LAST! ~ Ait EXTRAORDINARY SHIPMENT That Just Arrivcdf One of Out Best Manufacturers Came Through Shipped Us thesfe Sets that Have Been Almost Impossible to Get , ;.-> Now Here They Are- 5 -PIECE CHROME Dinette or Breakfast S€TS Table & 4 Chairs, Complete for 95 Porcelain Table Top & Sides [ Full One-Inch Tubular Stee] . * t 4 4 4 * t Table Legs U" Tube Steel Just as the picture shows! These arc the beautifully made chrome sets so many homeowners and apartment dwellerg have wanted over past years . . . and have found so hard to eet. FIVE PIECES for this price, and believe us, folks, it's a rent bargain today at $59.95! So smart-looking, this set will add a lot of beauty to your room. So comfortable, too, because the chairs arc shaped for comfort, and arc softly padded. Table top ample size for full'meal—and if you want extra chairs you can (ret them. Come in and see them at Bjustrom's now—-IT'S A VALUEJ | Chairs Padded Seats and Backs ( | Beautifully Designed, Sturdy Made | | Red Leatherette Upholstering, I EXTRA CHAIRS $931 For That Office We Have Them! • Ofaice Chairs • Swivel Chairs -Other Bjustrom Dinette Values ($79.95 up)- Natural Solid Oak * 5-PC. DINETTE SET A truly lovely-looking set of five pieces in natural solid oak with a choice of eggshell or red upholstery in chairs. Buffet to match, $34.50. Inlaid Top Table! 5-PC. DINETTE SET Here's something different! Table in this set has handsome inlaid lop. Chairs to match are covered in red leatherette. Buffet to match, $34.50. Solid Golden Oak 5-PC. DINETTE SET This set has sliding extension leaves which gives you .a larger table if you want Table has plastic top. Chairs have leatherette scats, A set you have to see to atc. 0 * fl 1 4 The NEWEST! The LATEST! Sectional Sofas Three Pieces Picture shows just one of the many this 3-piece sectional sofa can be used, It's alarge sofa, a l»v e seat and chair, or three chairs! Ilwdwoofl frames, sturdy steel con" ESTABLISHED 1 , r '-i i ¥ a WPr .^FB" * S^JXr-hiT 1

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