The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 6, 1946
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( 1946 _ WIT a .ALGONA em M itliitiitUHritt a.,tr. Ha. mi. '*.«» "ft IfR New Location CULLIGAN Soft Water Service v Now At: 207 NO. MOORE STREET (Jiist North of Norton Lumber Yard) Same Phone No. 79-W Call Us or See Us for: Soft Water Service in Your Home! NafureV forces Release I ffie Energy of the Atom... f h<f OIL-PLATE /our Engine f THE Atomic bomb's awesome demonstration " I promises the release of hew arid useful energy ;;r for tHe benefit of all mankind, Studying the molecular structure. of matter and 'the mighty forces of attraction existing between • liquids and solids, Conoco scientists are able to bring motorists new and better oils. In fact, the force of ; molecular attraction (basic force that holds things together), will bond a special ingredient of Conoco N" 1 , motor oil to your engine's working surfaces. Thus they'll be OIL-PLATED! And because molecular attraction holds Conoco OIL-PLATING up where it belongs . , , prevents it from all draining down to the crankcase, even overnight , . . , you'll get these benefits; * added protection when your engine starts . added protection from corrosive action |; fidded protection from wear that leads to , fouling sludge and carbon smooth, silent mite* > / ^ * Thatjs why to QIL-PLATB now , , , at Your Qonopo * MUeag? Merchant'* kodk for tfcs wrf triangle, inental ©U ' JOS.LAPNTHAL OF WHITTEMORE BURIED FRIDAY "'Whittemore: Funeral services (or Joseph Lauhenthal Sr., 86, were held hern in St. Michael's Catholic church last week Pri- dny mornifig. The Rev. Father Raymond Pick conducted the funerril requiem high mass. Merita Duffy, accompanied the junior choir. Mr. Laubcnthal died at a convalescent home in Humboldt two weeks after he had suffered a stroke, and two weeks after the funeral pC his brother John. Joseph Laubenthal, son of Adam and Katherine Kohen, Laubenthal, was born in Germany in July, 1860 and migrated to the U. S. with his parents in 1880 'jnd settled near St. Joe, and after a short time he came to Whitlemore, and was married to Emma Whistler of Rodman, over 60 years aeo, being the first couple for whom the marriage ceremony was performed in St. Michael's church. They were the parents of»six children, Joseph Laubenthal Jr., Rodman, Frank Laubenthal of Chicago, Anna, Mrs. Carl Adrain, of California, Elizabeth, Mrs. TJhomas Molamphy, Algona; Alice, Mrs. Dennis Capesius of Rolfe. One brother, Nick of Emmetsburg, and a sister;, Mrs. Joseph Meurer, Whittemore, survive. Also Mrs. Laubenthal died in 1923. Mr. Laubenthal had the misfortune to lose a hand in the Joe Baldwin hay press, and after the passing of his wife he made his home with his daughter Anna and son Joseph. Pallbearers were his six nephews Nick Metier, Plover;" Joseph Meurer, Wesley; Andrew Reding and Adam Laubenthal, West Bend; Andrew Reding and Geo. Laubenthal, Rodman. DBS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA home irt Mankato, Minn., Monday after spending two months with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs'. Emil Schumacher, Fenton, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher and son Harold, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mooro, Emmetsburg, drove to Sioux Falls, S. D,, Sunday morning, where they Visited with the Bert Shermans, a daughter of the Frank Schumachers. Dorothy Braatz, and Ruth Ann Bell, returned home Saturday morning from River Forest, 111., where they, had attended summer school at Concordia Teachers College. Miss Braatx will again teach parochial school at Wcstgate. Mrs. Carl Struecker, Waterloo, arrived here at the Louis Braatz home Wednesday to visit with her sister and family, the Louis Braatees. Carl, who is employed in the Rath Packing Co. plant, came Saturday. They returned home Sunday. Robert Schmidt, Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rcntz nnd daughter and Mrs. Minnie Hcinrich, Lake Mills, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and family, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Lotts Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Schumacher Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker and family of Ames visited with Mr. Kuecker's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker last Sunday. George Meyer is employed at the J. M. Fleming hardware store helping with plumbing and installing furnaces. Farewell Party, Picnic Given For Pastor Leaving Church Pete Fuchsen Buys House In a deal made last week Peter Fuchsen .bought the seven- room bungalow, the former Kate Cullen home, in the east part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Fuchsen will move to Whittemore the first part of September. John Waldron purchased ..this home only last year and this spring he built a nice modern home on a vacant lot just south of place and will move into this the new home as soon as it will be fully completed. At Elberi Rites Those who attended the funeral of Mrs. J. •' V. Elbert Tuesday morning from a distance were Mr. and Mrs./Joseph Waldschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Scheier, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheier, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthiir Gangloff, "Mir; 'and'"Mrs: ! H^nily" Gangloff, Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Ruder, Mrs. Graydon Parker, Miss Leona Gangloff, Mr. and Mrs,. Alfred Rohrrian, all from Menamora, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Butte, a-adford, 111.; Joseph Gangloff, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hamilton. Salina, Kans.; Mr, and Mrs. Edward Royran, Fairmont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lunsman, Mason City; Mrs.' Lena Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Mori, Fort Dodge; Mrs. E. J. Valz, and Celeste Elkard, Mr. and Mrs. John Attman, St. Joe, Mr. , and Mrs. Joseph Know- block, George AJig, Pocahontas; Francis Elbert and son Dale, Salina, Kans.; Mrs.. Lester Schumacher nad Mrs. Bert Baldwin, Algona. Army Nurse Home Lt. Rose Butler arrived home last week following her discharge on terminal leave at Fort Sheridan, .111., from the army nurse corps. She had been sta- tioned'at O'Reilly General-hospital, Springfield, Mo., the past year. She will spend three weeks here with i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Butler before returning to nursing. ' IMrs. Jim Crowley, Milwaukee, Wis.., and Alice McGovern, Chicago, visited Mrs. Kate Cullen and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery, last week. . ,Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and son Gary Allen and daughter Sari Ann returned to' their I REUNION, PICNIC IN BODE TOWN PARK The Rolfe park, Sunday, was the scene of a gathering of the § Jacobson family from Bode, i Tama, West Bend, Rolfe and Bradgate. The geth-together was in honor of Mrs. Adella Tilley and children, Wayne, Joseph and Mary Lou, Pittsburg, Calif., who are visiting relatives here and in nearby towns. Honored on Birthday Thursday, July 25, Mrs. Herlev Neilsen was the honored- guest at her, birthday party that day. .Her mother Mrs. H. Benge of Bradgate planned the party, which included 20 ladies who came and spent the afternoon, which was spent socially followed by refreshments. Ledyard:' On Tuesday evening the annual Sunday school picnic and a farewell for Rev. and Mrs. Cass were held at the Methodist church. Games were played on the school grounds arid at 7 p. m. a picnic supper Wfls served to around 70 in the church basement. Following this a .program was given in the church. Songs were offered by the Sunday school children, with special purls sung by Melva and Efnest Buorrws, Betty Lewis, Peggy Mayer and Dolores Zielske; clarinet numbers, Jeanne Thompson; yibra harp solo, Mrs. Cais, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. G. yohnke; piano solo, Carolyn 'Thompson; duet, Mrs. Wm. Stubbe and Jean Gabel; scripture and prayer, Rev. Cass and selected poems read by Mrs. George Thompson. Rev. and Mrs. Cass were presented with a fluorescent study lamp by Elvin Carpenter, from the church and eac"h responded with a short talk. Rev. and Mrs. • Cass moved their household goods to Laurel, In., on Wednesday, where they •will begin their next work on August 1G. Mrs. Cass left Wednesday to visit Mrs. Cass's mother, in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., and then went on to Fayette, to attend the wedding of, Mrs. Cass's sister on Sunday. Mrs. Cass was matron of honor arid Rev. Cass performed the cefemony. They returned to Ledyard for their last service August 11. There supply pastors at the Methodist church until conference in. September. Visit Duluth Area Mr .and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter and Jackie went to Duluth and other scenic points nearby on Wednesday. They returned Friday evening. week as Mr. Brouwer is to be superintendent there this year. Vcrnon Darnell Home Vernon Darnell pleasantly surprised his parents Friday evening when he arrived home, having received his discharge; from the navy at St. Louis, Mo. Vernon was S. 1-c and was in service one year. Ho made one trip acrjss, being on a troop transport ship. Mrs. Clayton Roseboro is suffering severely with asthma and for several days last week was in Swea City at the Forbes hospital. Terry Roseboro is slaying out at Chester Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Douglas, Mrs. Harry Schroeder and Karen and Esther Green were Algona callers Friday. To Northern Minnesota Mr. and Mrs.; Paul Wilson and Mflrvel Halvorson left Tuesday for Minneapolis and a 10-day vacation trip through northern Minnesota. Bridge Club Meets The bridge club to which Mrs. E. H. Norman belongs met with Mrs. Ellingspn as hostess Tuesday evening'. Three tables of bridge were in play with Mrs. Norrnsh winning first prize and also "received a prize from her hostess. The bridge clu,b gave her a going away gift. Mrs. Floyd Torgerson received the traveling prize. Mrs. Ellingson was assisted in serving by Barbara Helman, Elaine Mattice and Eve Nasby. The Normans have left for Chicago, whez-e they will make their home. Mrs. Frey Hostess ;JMrs. Henry Frey entertained a; group 6f ten ladies Wednesday afjernoon.,.,, A lovely lunch was served. ''"' Move to Cylinder "Supt. and Mrs. Richard Brou- wjr went to Cylinder Thursday. TJ|ey plan to move there next Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frey had a letter from their daughter £s- tella telling them that she has a new position in the county ic- corders' office in Mason City. Mrs. Ticie Brack will be hostess to the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the church basement Thursday afternoon. On Thursday evening a group of friends went to the William Green home to help Esther celebrate her birthday. The evening was spent socialy and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Jeanne and Carolyn went to Clear Lake Saturday to be week-end guests at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bryant Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson send word to their 'parents here and friends that they are now in Des Moines. Kenneth is ciedit manager ibr the Firestone company and they are living at 4612 Blvd. Place in West Des Moines. FUNERAL CltAPEI T)i« Golden Rule Onr H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. 1 ifi s&r ar $fa - $,; tu. u ,s ; 'sr "-^i** *« ^ -.~i* :j »" ** •' LAND SMrE Alice Olson is one of the latest recruits to enlist with the girls' detasseling 'crew under Phyllis Bakken as supervisor. Max Shelton tied for second place in the Iowa Masters' Golf Tournament held in. Ames on Saturday and Sunday, July 28-28 shooting 177 for the 36 holes. Mrs. T.' O. Hanson entertained tfie C. W. Hanson family of Spencer Sunday, including her grandson Wallace, who has recently arrived home from army service. . Sunday, August 4, Mr. and Mrs. A, P. Vaag and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hjelle will attend what they call a "North Dakota" picnic at Rill Lake near Lake Mills, la. Mrs. Fannie Shipman and Mrs. Grant Besett, after a two weeks' visit at the Fred Eastman home, have returned to their Mr. and Mrs, Walter Thompson spent Monday evening in Algona. 'They went up to see Mr .and Mrs. Robert Duncan and Diana and Bobby of West Field, N. J.,' who are visiting at the home of Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. George H. Free. - CONOCO Wagon Boxes. Wagons. Hog Waterers. Sweep Rakes. Ptfmp Jacks. Separators. Milkers. Currying Machines. Hammermills and Belts. Manure Loaders and Stackers, both Hydraulic and Mechanical. Lime Spreaders. 8-ft. Tandem Disc. 2-4D WEEDONE WEED KILLER -r •f. >r ,r Used Machinery Mowers... Tires. Chains. Steel Wheels. Burr Mills. Hammermills. Manure Loaders. WANTED TO BUY: Combines, Discs, Pickers, Tractors, Plows. Bradley Bros. '*/• ' . ,-, •.•.,....•. Allis-Chalmers-*pliver—New Idea . i «• . lis-Chalmers-TjOliver— Massey-Harris Phone 714 Algona at AUCTION Unimproved Quarter Section Positively Will Be Sold The Northeast Quarter (NE£) of Section 14, Grant township, Kossuth county, Iowa. ' Well and windmill. All fenced, 120 acres now in crops. V •«! BASEBALL ALGONA K. C.'s vs. . BANCROFT LIONS > Kossuth Fairground*, Algcma Sale to be HELD ON PREMISES - At 2 O'CLOCK Tuesday, Aug. 13,1946 -Term*; $2,000 day of sale, balance as arranged at the sale, * Location; Three miles north, a half mile west and foummiles north of the intersection of Highways 169 and 9j seven mile« west and a mile and a half south of Elmore, • , For further information write FRANK.KOCH Estherville, Iowa Auctioneer: BEN BURNS, Estherville, Iowa,

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