The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 15
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, OCT. 1,1946 Baby Dies A- son was borti Wednesday at the", tfossuth hospital to Mr. and A4jJ Jim Morryman. The child lived but a few minutes and ser- viffes were hold Friday at Mc- .ALOONA •Cullotigh's funeral ChafJel. Mrs. Merryman was Critically sick but is improving. ' son of M*s, Htelesi Ben- tori, wns confined to his Mcd with the flu several days recently. GOOD CREDIT PAY PROMPTLY CREDIT BUREAU OF KOSSUTH COUNTY We Have Lots of Our Famous— CHEMICAL PROCESSED PEERLESS COAL ' ( --. -. COMING EVERY WEEK NOW! * '-'>. .We Will Deliver All Orders Just As Fast As It Is Possible To Do So. CALL WHEN YOU CAN TAKE YOURS Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 -'.,.;• J"« Pool ; •' Watch For the Orange Colored Trucks! . LAVONNE RUTH NEWEL, FENTON, WEDS RICHARD M C CARTY, HARTLEY, SEPT. 28 MS MOINES, AtGONA, IOWA Thelma Baumgartner Of Lu Verne Weds Fenton: LaVonne Ruth, the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Chas. Newel, was married Saturday) September 28 at 10 a. m. to Richard Dale, son of Mrs. Mary McCarty of Hartley, in the St. Michaels church, Whlttemore, the W. Veil officiating. Miss Newel was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white -gown with fitted taffeta bodice, sweetheart neckline, fashioned with a long fine net train and o fingertip veil with the crown clustered with lilies. She carried a white prayer book with a white clrchid and streamers. The 1 brides' attendants included her maid of honor, Eunice Johnson, DCS Moines, bridesmaids Phyllis Frank, Minneapolis and Joanne McCarty, Hartley, and Barbara Jane Hanifan, Swea Cityr flower girl'. Vernon MeCarty, Hartley, attended his brother as. best man. Ushers wcirc Loren Johnson of Algona and Howard MeCarty of Hartley. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Inez Brunswold of Hartley sang "Ave Maria' and. "O Bond of Love." The bride attended Fenton high school and Iowa State Teachers college. For two years she taught, in Hartley. ' The groom attended Hartley high school and Was in the marine corps three years, two years spent overseas. Following the wedding a wedding dinner reception was held at the home of' trie bride's parents,, 75 guests attending. Table Waitresses were Phyllis Rusch, Lorraine Wegener, Rosemary Finnestad, Lila Johnson, Anna' Rae' Weisbrtid and Mary Georgia Newel. The young couple left for a wedding 'trip to Denver, Colo., for about a week's stay. After November 1, they will be at home on a farm near Hartley. Guosts attending the reception were Mrs. Mary MeCarty, daughters Joanhe and Delods, sons Vernon and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Ed MeCarty, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoper, Dale Ott, Inez Bunswold, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brandt, all of Hartley; Mr. and Mrs. Art School of Sanborn; Mr. and Mrs. John MeCarty and family, Mr. and Mrs. James MeCarty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Weir, all of Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krogman, Ashton; Rose O'Kane, Rock Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and family, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robey, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schiltz, Bob Johannespn, Phyllis Frank, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Don Sh'aw, Des Moines; •Ddrothy-Lee,-'lie-:Mars.-•••;.• At ;,the ..reception'-Mrs, Richard Schiltz sang several solos. Visit Former Fenioniies Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase returned Monday after an extensive vacation throughout the west •for several weeks. They visited many former Fenton people. At Lewistown, Mont., they stopped with the Dr. James Muellers. Dr. Mueller had just returned from. Moose hunting with a 700-lb. moose. At Great Falls, Mont., they visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kowell, cousins of the Haases. At Bremerton, Wash., they spent a few days with Mrs. Tom Sturge, an aunt whom Mr. Haase hadn't seen for 23 years. They visited Helen, Bettl in Seattle, a former Fenton junior high school instructor. • Among their stops were the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zlon Puyallup, National Parks. In Wash., they, were guests bt the Arnold SJumachs. Arnold is a brother of Alvin Zllc- mach, Fenton. In Portland they saw Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Glaus and in Lottg- view, Wash., Mr. and MrSV Roy Alford. Mrs. Alford is the former Phyllis Gade. On the return trip the Haases visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fyle and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dodwin, cousins, in Minneapolis. In Eagle Bend, Minn., they visited Mrs. Amelia Hayenga, an aunt, who returned to Fenton with them for several days. Dr. J. Robert Forbes, Swea City, will speak at P. T. A. Tuesday (tonight). The 4-H girls will give a demonstration and the high school band will play. Mrs. Alvin Zumach is program chair'' man for the meeting. Sunday was Rally Day at the Methodist church. Promotions were made and pins awarded for perfect attendance. Oliver Stoeber and John Verbrugge of Armstrong spent Wednesday to Friday in Ireton. LuVerne: Miss Thelma Baumgartner, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner of Lu'Verne and Durwood Burtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Burtis of Fort Dodge were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, Sept. 28, at 4 oclock in the Lutheran parsonage with the Rev. Louis Wittenburg officiating at the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Wayne Sanford of Lu- Verne was her. sister's attendant. The groom, Was attended by his cousin Robert Wermerson, also of Fort Dodge. i The new Mr. and Mrs. Burtis will make their home in Fort Dodge, where he is employed at Tobin's Packing con-many. The Progressive club met at the home of Mrs. Phil Lichty Monday evening with 14 members and two guests Mrs. Robert Lux and Mrs. Earl Hanselman, present. The lesson fo'r the evening was given by Mrs. Erhart Meyer of Humboldt. Pvt. De&n Bowman arrived home recently to spend a furlough at the home of his father William Bowman. Dean just returned home from overseas, where he had months in Japan. spent several He expects to receive his discharge soon. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS WASKO'S 73 Head of Junior Boars and Gilts • WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9— i:so p. M. If it's Pure Bred Hampshlres you want, I'VP got thflm for you. Biff husky onns and thn right kind. They arc thick, low down and extra good. Best tn blood lines. Sale will be held at Goodchlld's farm located 4 miles east and IVy miles north of Mallard. Sale will start at 1:30 p. m. FRANK WASKO, Jr. Fred Goodchild, Auct. . Mallard, Iowa Boy for Lufkins 'H. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lufkin are parents of a 6-lb. 7 oz..,b.9y r ,born Tuesday. The new son 'lias been named John Frederick'iMfs.' 'Liuf • | kin is in the Emmetsburg hosr pital. Wendell Rusch Home'' Pfc. Wendell Rusch a ter 10 months overseas Germany. He returns October 8 to Camp Sheridan, Illfc where, will be discharged. ' fmr Brother of Mrs. Williams Dies Melvin Lundeene, Pocahontas, died suddenly Thursday of a stomach ailment. Some'time ago he had been in the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, but the illness was not thought very serious. Mr. Lundeene was a veteran of both Wok-Id War T-and II and he was the first man to enlist from Pocahontas county in World War I. . Surviving Mr. Lundeene are two sisters and one brother, Mrs. H. R. Williams, Fenton. being one- s of his sisters. Mrs. Williams left Thursday for •Eflcahflatas. Mr. Williams ,left later for the funeiraL Freshmen Initiated Freshman initiation was held •s.Jh inlbdi Friday, the t sophomore class _being the traditional initiators, freshmen all were attired in clothing, the ;girls have to xfirry. milk pails and a milk stooL.the ; entire day. .The event was* i cli- i ' nft&ed by a ajchool party ia evening. ; _ E A R M AUCTION .Saturday, October 5, 1946 2:30 O'clock P. M. . . At Front Door of Courthouse Emmetsburg, Iowa . ..-•: -.-•--• Charles G. Siegele Estate Improved 200 acre farm (less about 12 acres Ry. right-of- ways), (food soil, located one and one-half miles, east of Emmetsburg, Iowa. The SE'/i of Section 29-96-32. subject to C. M. & St. P. Ry. right-of-way, and SE'4 SW'4 Section 29. 96-32 subject to C. R. I. & P. Ry. rigiht-of-way. Will be sold at administrator's sale to highest bidder for cash. One-fourth down, balance on tender of administrator's deed and abstract HlMWUflBtrtarketable title. Possession upon delivery of deed, subject to existing lease expiring March 1, 1947. Fred A. McCarty, Administrator Bert Slaven, Auctioneer Dwight G. McCarty, Attorney for Estate, Emmetsburg, Iowa Bode Red Cross Elects Bode: Red Cross officers, elected following meeting of PTA Tuesday night Sept. 18 were: Mrs. Burton Rood, President Mrs. P. O. Esmay, vice president, Mrs. Walter Bakken secretary, and Wilford Rood, treasurer. nm. Gas on Stomach Relieved in 8 minute* 6t double youf money back :f When racpin mnnuch ncJU MIUM painful, mmV'fjl- i, ln« »o», «*ir «toift«PH nfiif fKiribnrn, tlMtnrn iiMiHllj 1 f limrrlM Ilic fatmt-firtlnf iiiMlrlnM known totf »rmni«matlc MM—iHMIrlltni like llmw In noll-nfrt . T»hici». No Iniallte. IWI-«h« lirlnm comfort lit «', Jiffy or double ymir money hark on rrfum of nnltle j \n ni. Me at til (InUBlsl!. SALE OF PURE BRED POLAND CHINAS 40 BOARS Wednesday, October 9 At 1 O'clock We will offer at public auction, the biggest and most uniform group of Poland China boars we've ever raised. Sired by Congo Master and Modern World, they are outstanding as individuals and as a group. ._ These are the modern type, the type that has won all honors at the recent Barrow Shows. A Poland China barrow was Grand Champion over all breeds at the National Barrow Show. Poland China barrows were Grand Champions over all breeds at the Iowa, the Illinois and the Indiana State Fairs. These are the hogs packers and buyers will approve and demand. Many of our boars will weigh 350 Ibs. sale day, yet their dressing percentage would be very high. Buy your boar now, and get your choice, the boar you really want. Floyd Friedow & Sons KANAWHA, IOWA Sale at Farm, 5 Miles North and 2 Miles East r' • of Kanawha Donald Luedtke left Thursday fdr Fort Snelling, where« he enlisted in the .-army. A trap shoot was held Sunday in the Thilges pasture by the lq- cal Conservation League. Jeanne, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Roy Ehrhardt, left Saturday for Iowa State college, wjiere where she is. a sophomore, very Repairs wjhen know no bread like Colonial Lone Rock 4-H Has Election, Sept. 26 Lone Rock: The boys and girls O-H club met at the home •of Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt Thursday evening with 17 members and several guests present. Joe arid Pat Lynch, Verda Bell Behrends, and Barbara joined as new members that evening. Guests included Mrs, Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, and Andrew Thomsen. Jack Quinn, their leader, was also present.i! " ,•.-,•• . Several topics for the evening were given sind election of officers was performed with garol Ann Thompson as the new p'resi- dent, Rita Hurlburt, as the new vice' president, Kita Hurlburt as the new vice-president, and Kenneth Thomsen as secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. BUY .T. TRY IT- COMPARE Complete Western Trip Bode; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. -Buettner have returned from a 6640 mile trip with stops in Colorado, Washingtpn State. California, Old Mejxico and Texas. dle-ati hinds of repair work, from simple welding job to complete, overhaul, •, ': 'BRADLEY B .^Machinery Painting We have modern spray painting equipment and well-trained men can give you fast service. DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT FRIDAY, QCT, 4 Lee Williams "STBTf ING TQWB Apion? many feature*, perhaps the mos* jMtteW* «re TUESPAV, OCf, 8 Malek's Accordion pf OW Unload Your Wagons ' With A l t>RIVE-ON CRADLE For'Elevator Hoists Makes Unloading Easier -'.: and Faster Steel'Stock Tanks Pump Jack with Motor H ill Belts The Outstanding Farm Wagon BRIGGS FARM WAGON Features of This Wagon: Steel Welded Construe- . 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