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

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

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, July 16, 1946
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

ftffi MiftNES, AtGOffA City: A, former Grant ft boy, the Rev. Reuben AJI'Pedefson, will leave Septem- •jbfft' 1 fbr Tanganyika Territory, > tJEJil Africa 1 , to serve as a mis- /siollary, Hia wife and small -daughter -Will accomipany him. TTO Rev. Petlerson is a -graduate : b§.;l'he,. Grant 'high school, 1937, i received his 'bachelor of arts de- *i!?i'e v e from Gustavus Adolphus fefcolle-gc- aVSt/ Peter, Minn., in p942 and was granted the bacho- jlor'of divinity degree from Aug- _iaha'. Theological Seminary at |R"6ck Island, 111., last month. He -Was ordained into the ministry, at ihe June meeting of the Augus* law LiithQrap.Synod in Diiluth. • rfl'sf toaVctitg, Mr. and Mrs. Ari- jfrbw Pcderson, formerly farmed the place now tenanted, by the IMttFarlands on i'oad K north of it&wn. They now live in Fair- fiOht. The ReV. Pedcrson will at the East Chain Luther- 'i*lmi church the evening of July 14. 2, Lone Rock ft Lone Rock; Rev. L. Kimgma Baptised two children, Sunday, ,;in the Presbyterian parsonage. | They were Lora Lee Jorgenson, I'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. TJorgenson, and George John L-RatH, -son of iMr. and Mrs. Law- irence Rath. BUSINESS LAWYERS IT.' B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON 8t MILLER Law Offices County Attorney jjhones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attorneys-at-Law [i Off ice over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Ugona, Iowa Phone 261 out ADAM'S MAT WIHHBR IH 1896,'9? Mo'98.' OP EN6LAND, ONE OF THE EVER TO W/N THIS TOURNEV—— SHE TUKNED wsjte- - ^ rRICK 'WAY BACK TIME ANVONE EQUAL? OHM OHB SCORED BYA COLLS VARE'S RECORD OP 6 AMPIONSHIPS/ : J. D. LOWE : Attorney-at-Law Phone 287 HAROLD McNERTNEY LAWYER Office in Hutchison Bldg. ?hone 354 Algona, Iowa E. J. VAN NESS „ 4,^. Law Offices ffi. F& 1 '; |E.. J. Van Ness — Delia Welter Office in, new Heise block Algona, Iowa x. D. Shuniway E. D. Kelly H: F. Fristedt SHIT iMlWAY, KELLY '. .& I-'RISTEDT .AtlotT.eys-at-Law Hutchison building Bone 58 Algona, Iowa LAURENCE A. WINKEL Attorney-at-Law, Hutchison Building I Phone 180 Algoca HUTCHISbN (dccoasod) pfTHEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attbi'neys-at-Law • Security State Bank bldg. DOCTOKS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician 'fvOfficev John .Galbraith block '.440-310" Algona. Iowa MELVIN G. DOURNE Pliysician and Surgeon ,.,. Phones; Office, 197; residence, 194 ROBERT W. LEE Physician & Surgeon •; .Hutchison Bldg,. Bee P.hone 127 Residence 827 KARL R. HOFFMAN ,-!v., Dentist Office; in new Heise bldg, |Pho||sf Office, 44; res., 116 J& BASON • / Dentist '•. fQtt life • < oyer James Drug Store •"'''- Olfice, 59 SEXTON VISITORS RETURN TO TEXAS Sexton: Wm. A. Wise, Houston, Tex., and Mrs. Iva Zay of Mavysvillo, Calif., left; Tuesday morning after a visit here with their mother and sister' Mrs. Sarah Wise and other relatives and to attend the Wise reunion held two weeks ago. Mr. Wise returned to his home in Houston but Mrs. Zay will visit with relatives in Jefferson, Pond Creek, Ada, and Purcell, Okla., before returning to her home. Take Fishing Trip ' Leo Steven,, Wesley, Evert Hodgin, Greenville, and Everett Steven drove up to Mapleton, Minn., to the Lloyd Steven home and then, accompanied, by Lloyd Steven, the men all drove on up to Richmond, Minn., where they enjoyed a few days of fishing. A large number of youngsters and grown-ups as well enjoyed the two days celebration of the Iowa Centennial held in Algona, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. ' " . , ' ' :K^"«"i. . ,Mrs. .Ajthur. Cline wa,g Jipstess "fo tfie Sgme,Project clutfj.at her home Tuesday afternoon, ,tmd a good crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps are the owners of a new Pontiac purchased from a Wesley dealer Thursday of last week. Glenn Gabrielson attended the Farm Bureau dinner at Burt Tuesday evening last week. Mrs. Soren Didriksen, west.of town, and Mrs. Chris Knutson, who has been visiting with Mrs. Didriksen and other friends at Burt were Tuesday evening visitors of Mrs. Sarah Wise; Mrs. Sarah Fasbender of Appleton, Minn.,' and her. son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Fasbender .of Sacramento, Calif., stopped Thursday over night with her nephew, Bernard Weaver, enroute to Perry to tihe bedside of another nephew Jim Kapesky, who is seriously ill, Mrs. Norman Missman of Britt called Thursday afternoon on, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs, Drusie Noble. The Missmans and Wises were old neighbors 25 years ago. Mr. and Mrs, 'John Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, attended a wedding Thursday evening at Buffalo Center. Mr, and Mrs. B, E. Sanders and Mrs, Mary Morris drove to Clear Lake Friday morning to spend the weekend at the Hawley Inn with relatives. Mrs. Everett Steven, Anne and Rickew visited a few days ta the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs, Albert Genrich near Lu~ Verne. . . fflBi««8^ r ' ? SENECA HOST TO WOMAN'S GROUP Seneca: A' worker's conference of the Estherville circuit Woman's. Missionary Fedfration. was held at the' Seneca Lutheran church Tuesday, July 9, The .day's program consisted of reports, by? the presidents of the 15 jspcleties represented in this cir-. cult;, also reports by the secre- tarjes of the departments, ; lilrSj 0. L. Petersen of Buffalo Senter »pqke on ^Charities" an4 : Mrs.e, M. Hanson of Estherville * hook, f'Ch?istus Kmpr by;•: pp. GuUixon.,, a} nutnherg were M rs ' RwhjM Ksww of::A^m|tfp^f, wh9 swig » vocal ' S nyi&'per by a v Q| Jeanne and Robt. Sarchet Has A Sprained' Back Union: Robert Sarehet has been suffering from a sprained back the past two weeks. Visit at Bode Home Mrs. L. C. Puth and children August, Mareta and Kay of Waterloo, came Wednesday evening for a visit with her sister Mrs. Louis Bode and family. Dick Godfredson Home Richard Godfredson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godredson, arrived home the Fourth of July morning for a real celebration with his family. He received his discharge June 26 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He has been<,stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C., for about a year as office clerk.. He went to Ames' last Friday to look into the possibilities of getting into school,, Encounter Train Trouble! Mrs. Lester /Johnson and daughter Arle'ne got home from Oklahoma City last Thursday morning. They left there Tuesday, but their train developed engine trouble and couldn't make connection at Kansas City.wheve they™5hcountered a 10 hour wait'. Mr. and Mrs. Henry "Hank" Kellon of, Milwaukee were callers at the Rudolph Will home last Saturday. Mr. Kellon used to work for Alfred Sohenck and N. J. Krieps when he lived in Union. The Jess Lashbrook family spent Thursday at Tltonka at the Mrs. Carrie Graham home where 35 friends and their families gathered for a picnic dinner. Mr; and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn-and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein spent Thursday at Emmetsburg - with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clum, the latter a sister of Mrs. Kuhn. Mr. and Mis. James Finnemore of Burlington' visited Mrs. Hattie Larson, recently. ATWHKTEMORE Whittemore: Funeral services for John Laubenthal, 75, were held; Monday morning, July 15, at 9 oclock, in St. Michaels Catholic Church, Monday morning, July 15, at 9 o'clock, the Rev. William Veil, officiating. Mr. Lau'benthal had been confined to ,his Ixid the past two weeks and Saturday morning at 4 he passed away. John Laubenthal, son of Adam Laubenthal, and wife nee Catherine Ko'hen, was born in Kaifenheim, Germany, May 30, 1860. When a young man at the age of 14 ; he immigrated with his parents to the United States, mov-> ing first to the vicinity 6f St. Joe and after a short time his parents came here in the vicinity of Whittemore. He; was married to Margaret Reding, who ,preceded him in death in 1918. To this union six children were born as follows: Adam, of West Bend; Anna, Mrs. Charles Kollasch; Andrew, LuVerne; John, Bancroft; Agatha, Mrs. John Kollasch; Albert, Emmetsburg. In 1919 he sought another companion to share life with hihi and married Etta Carberry. He retired from his farm 25 years ago and has lived here until his death. Besides his wife and family he leaves one sister Mrs. Jps.Meur^ er Sr., two brothers, Nick Laubenthal, Emmetsburg, and, Joseph Laubenthal, Rolfe, and 31 grandchidlren and one great- grandchild. His six grandsons Louis Kollasch, Maurice, Thomas, Marvin, Harold and Peter Laubenthal, were pallbearers. , -Interment was in the Catholic cemetery north of Whittemore. *~" ^ ^ y To Live in Garage Harold Heinrich is having a cement floor and wall built on his lot just across Mie alley from his father's work shop, and will erect a double -garage, with living accommodations built temporarily until material will ,be available. He will the.n build a modern home and use. the garage for a stall workshop and house his car. Whals Cooking, Jim? Jim Bigley arrived again in Whittemore last week. We don't know but all are wondering who the charming lady is tlhat brings Jim down here from Sioux City. ^Ladies. Aid Meets The members of the Ladies' 'Aid society held a regular meeting in the auditorium of the 'Lutheran church Thursday afternoon, and after the regular routine of the business a social' after• noon was spent. Mrs. • Louis Greiner, : Mrs! Edward Gfein'ert', Mrs. William Hanover Sr., and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith Were on the serving committee., : , • Having-Fine Trip- Edward Greinert received a icard from Al Zimmer, manager of the- Whittemore Cold : Storage Locker, that he is enjoying his :two weeks vacation in Sever- villc, Tenn., and Was planning' to go up in the mountains where the f.tomic bomb is cast and then shipped to some other point. Ed has rharge of the locker during the r.teence of Mr. Zimmer. Men's Club Meets. The members: of the Lutheran Men's club heldi their regular imeeting in the auditorium of the school Tuesday, evening. The • g w'a's speiit playing cards, erbert Zumach, Rev. Paul Weinhold, -W..G. Brace and Victor Dau were fan the serving committee. • Arlonc and Pihyllis Bruhn, De* pew, are visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Hansen drove tp Rochester, Minn., Tuesday, wfliere Mrs. Hansen, who is suffering from a goiter, will be in a hospital and have it removed. Mrs. Bert 'Peck, Long Beach, Calif., visited friends and old neighbors 'here last week. Mrs. Peck was Dhe former Mrs. John Munch Sr., sister of William Reimers. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Hai'old Kuocker and son Jay and Mr. and Mrs, Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer were last Monday evening Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer wore called to Iowa City last week Friday- to the bedside of Mr. Meyer's father, Max Meyer Of Lu Verne, the latter being a hospital patient at Iowa City, and at last reports he is somewhat better;' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, daughter JShari Ann, and son Gary Allen, Mankato, Minn., and Mrs. Arthur''Heidenwith attended the centennial at Algona Wednesday'- and Were dinner guests of Mrs. Bessie Walker, mother of-Lloyd. Mr. arid- Mrs, Henry Schultz, Mrs. RutH' Schuto and family, Mr. and M'rs.-Arthur Heidenwith, of here; Mr. \md Mrs. Lloyd Walker and son Gary Allen, and daughter 'Shari Ann, Mankato, Minn., helped; Ernie Meyer cele- bate his 5 birthday Thursday nip'ht. - • '• Mr. and' Mrs. Theodore Rant- zow were visiting old friends here and iri 'West Bend Wednesday. Mr.-iRantzow is a former Whittemore boy and is now employed as an electrical engineer in Los Angeles, Calif. They left for St. Paul' Thursday morning and will travel thruogh Canada enroute home, i •' Allen Dean Lenz>, 3Vfc-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lenz, was buried last week Saturday afternoon iri: the Lutheran-cemetery, funeral services being held :at St. John's Lutheran church at Emmetsburg. He died' at Woodward, la., last week Thursda£ of Congenital malnutrition, andrhad been an invalid all his life. , A number of relatives 'gathered at the 1 'Henry Schultz home Wednesday-evening- to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Ruth Schultz. ' Present were Mr. and Mrs. HerirSt' Kuecker, Mr; and Mrs. George :Maahs and. family, Mr. and :Mrs;'L'eonard ! Meyer? and family, Mr. and; Mrs.. Ernie Mey- COMPLETE PKIVfATE '•LOCKER ;'v PLANT!" That's the New "Aniana" Combination Freezer-Cooler. See it at PRATT ELECTRIC CO. TAYLO Hydraulic' Manure Loaders These Makes; Freeman Caswell Lions Tractor Tires s Combine Tires Murry Power Mowers Really Mows Lawns-^Really Cuts th^y can easily be fitted out with yowr Ql4 w machine motor or with any single horsepower engine^ •'•. • • - ." .. " -,. ' .-,.:-,. Combination Chicken and Hydraulic Tractor Seats Monroe make (or A and B John Deeres, .11 & M. Farm- alls,, and' AUis-Chal- mers W. G. 1 Used 16-Foot Combine* Feeders er arid: daughter .Elaine and son Allen Rae, of here, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family, Lolls pfeek, .,___^, Fenton Ladies, Send Clothing To Greece Fenton: The Friendly Neighbor club met Tliursday at the home of Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Edith Laage assisting hostess. Following a business meeting the ladies sewed. The club sent two boxes of clothing the past week to a family in Greece. Guests of the club were Mrs. Jake Schwartz; Mrs. Raymond Dreyer, Fenton; Mrs. Hans Wilberg, Ringsted; Mrs. Earl Reide and daughter, Estherville. Mrs. Ed Meyer is president of tile club, The next mooting will be August 8'at the homo of Mrs. A. J. Meyer, Mrs. Joe McGovcrn, assisting hostess. Mrs. Aaron Steussy New Auxiliary Head Fenton: Mrs. W. R. Wolfe at- tended'the executive board meet- ihg of the Legion Auxiliary at the Legion rooms Tuesday afternoon at Algona. The board consists of the unit presidents and •secretaries. The board-elected a new county president, Mrs. •Aaron Steussy of LuVerne, and a new vice president, Mrs. Marie Lampright, Algona. Mrs. Wolfe has been president of the local unit the past year. Fenton Scouts Win Fenton: Fentons Boy Scouts : baseball team defeated the Lone Rock Boy Scouts team in a fast [game at the local diamond Thurs-day evening, 7-2. Fenton made 6 runs and 4 hits; Lone Rock, 2 runs and 3 hits. Batteries for Fenton were Cornelius, Duncan, .Gerhardt and Mienke. Batteries for Lone Rock were Dreyer Greater •*•-' * !_•!'••• FleKibiliiy Our hortic payment plan makes it easy as possible to achieve debt-free ownership. / You may make larger payments or pay off the entire loan s sooner than agreed. Afgona Federal Savings & Lopn Phone 55 C. R. LaBarre You Can Still Buy A Farm At Prices That Can Be -:•••<• Paid From The Earnings Of The Farm. ••' •'•'.• '. • •• "••-'• " J''fi; &•':'••.•' The following chart makes a comparison with prices that followed the last WORLD WAR with$*reserit prices: msm na , .',.;.; '/- '/•::- '"; r-'W^j&^r •; The FoUo^yinsFawns Are p^ere|3|9r$ale *:" ^ 80 A;-«-HumboWt spjwity, buildings, highly 160 &:<«* ©rib on]y, lalp AJto county. $135. • /;'| * ,/v.,' Algona, po bwild* $7000, -r-'':ff^'.-.S 1 *'**-^ JVjSfs* '3^af}>: V{ffiffitfsJ*j ! .i"^'^Ss\ vMf^^'--K^^^s^S' id*.r?S€r=*A'i? Sesf^HfeEvi'2?i¥s& ^•.ifjsi Si II iii 11 ;:i«l| "llSWrjWiiSrf ; ,,.;l|p-.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

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

Try it free