The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
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B-W-8 ^T,$^T r/?'v< '^YiJWvfc ,f y •>> , '» ^ fi f' i ' L ' v , ' 4 * ""-"^ ' * - PAGE FOUR, DEATH TAKES TRIO OF ALGONA MEN OVER WEEK END Death came quietly and sud- drnly Sunday morning to Claude II. Hain at his home on Diagonal street.. Mr. Main had been troubled with heart disease and asthma the past five years, but had wmkrd at the mason trade, and Saturday laid bricks at the new Cowan JMiilding as usual. Because of his ailments he had slept in a chair the past two .\e;u-.<. Sunday morning when JVh-s. Main came downstairs about (i ::)(>, she called to Mr. Hain. He didn't answer. Shu went in and found him dead. He was believed have died about an hour car- tier. Claude Henry Hain was born Jan. 13, 1884, at Lake City, Iowa, and was the son of Elias and Miirinn Hain. He attended the Lake City schools and took up the mason trade us his father hi.d dnne. In I !W-l lie and Nancy Katherine lii'iiwii were married at Lake Ciiv. In in 12 they moved to Ko-,::iilit county and in 1918 to Ah'on.i Two cnildren were born i,, them, Mrs. Cliff (Viva) Hoov- ii-, I'.uil. and Mrs. Elbcrl Dunn, D'-Will, Neb. Also surviving arc Inur ;.;randehi]dren, a great i;raii(ls<iii, a brother Glen, Al- j.J IP n.i. and a half, sister, Loru .Smith, Texas. Funeral .services arc being In-Ill this afternoon at 2:00 nYJock at the McCullough (..'liapel with the Rev. Gilbert J. Kuyper in c'narge. Burial will he in the East Lawn Memorial 1'a.k. rallhearei-s are Melvin Olson, Charlie Adams, Otto Schmidt, Charlie Jldftman. all Algona, and Herman Hussic and Lee Kilcy, Hurt. The' daughter. Mrs. Dunn and family arrived Monday and others whd are expected for the nt''s are the Ray Hammonds, Ames; Merle Redeniuses, Sioux Jlapids: Kay Sears, Lake City; and Arid Miller. Winona, Minn., a No M. 1'- Hoover, Belmond. Mr. Hain was a thrifty, indus- li'ious m in and will be missed by his friends and associates. CHA.S. PETTIBONE. ONCE DEPUTY SHERIFF, DIES Funeral services will be held V.'ednesday afternoon at 4 dYldck at the McCullough Chapel for Charles J. Pcttibonc, retired Algona implement dealer. Mr. Pettibonc died Monday morning at the home of Mrs. Ledia Cook who had been caring lor him. He had begn in failing health for some time and had never recovered from the broken hip he suffered last winter. Kev. J. P. Clyde will have charge of the services. ' Interment will be made at Riverview cemetery. Mr. Pettibone was born in Des Monies in latili, and was the son ol Cluy and Clara Pettibone, who settled in Inn Bancroft neighborhood in the 1890's. He received his education in the Greenwood ii-hool.s, and at the age of 14 be- •aine employed in a livery barn. i.ater he engaged in the implement business for nine or ten yi".;f:< in Bancroft. He served as L'JaniTol'l postmaster from 1895 :mtil 1 !!!>:), and was deputy sheriff of K-issuth county for two years under W. E. McDonald. Later he and Mr. McDonald organized the firm of Pettibone & McDonald, dealers in agricultural implements. Mr. Pettibone married Ann iloeck on Sept. 24, 1891. Some years later she died. Mr. Pettibone made his home for a time in California and in his later years returned to Algona, where he married his cousin, Jennie 1'etlibone and they went back to C;,')['ornia. She died 15 years ago and Charley returned to Algona. Fur 11 years he made his homo with Mrs. John Briggs. In his younger days "Charley" was one of the best known and most, genial of the business men of the county and was always ready to joke with his many friends. He will be most kindly remembered by all of the old- timers of the county. HERMAN VILLNOW RITES ON WEDNESDAY Herman Villnow died Saturday night at the Kossuth hospital where he had been a patient since he had a stroke October 23. Mr. Villnow had made his home at the European hotel the past 10 or 12 years and until recently had done some of the janitor work there. He was born in Germany April 3, 1865, the son of Albert and Cornelia Villnow. When a young man he came to the United States. Since coming to the county some 20 years ago he spent most of his time in farm work. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Oct. 9, at. 2 o'clock at the McCullough chapel, and burial will be made at Riverview. Rev. L. H. Loescli will have charge of the services. Mr. Villnow was a kindly did man and was well thought of by those with whom he was associated. LUVERNE CLUB'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY LuVcrne: The J. J. club observed their 25th anniversary with a tea and guest day which was held Friday afternoon in the city hall with thirty members and guests. present. Mrs. Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge was an out-of-town guest. A program was given which consisted of group singing, welcoming address by Mrs. Harold Sorensen, president of the club; character reading by Mrs. Joe Elberts; a short skit by Mrs. Cecil Baker and Mrs. Carl Goetsch; Mrs. Irvin Chapman gave the "History of the J. J. Club"; groups of youngsters from the 1. 2, 3 and 4th grades of the -public school gave various kinds of entertainment: and Mrs. Hug-h Shirk read a -poem. The remainder of the afternoon was spent playing games and contests which were in charge of Mrs. Walter Hcfti. Tea, cup cakes and sandwiches were served with Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Mrs. Harold Sorensen pouring tea. The hall was bcauitfully decorated for the occasion in the color scheme of silver and gold and baskets of fall flowers. Cub Scout Leaders Will Meet Tonight -Kossuth county cub scout workers will begin a training course this evening, Tuesday, Oct .8, in Algona high school, at 8:30 pJ-Wr and workers from all towns in the area are expected to attend. Walter Dennis, scout executive and field director, -has arranged far the showing of a film from national headquarters of. cub scout work. Den mothers locally are Mrs. Harold Lampright, Mrs. V. K. Rising, Mrs. D. A. Barnard, Mrs. Myrl Griggs, Mrs D. E. Dcwel and Mrs. E. C. McM-ahon. Parents, also, are invited. E. H. Hutchins of Algona is Cubmaster. Titonka Wins, 8-3 Lone Rock: Lone Rock's baseball team lost to Titonka, Sept. 30, 8 to 3. Bicrstedt and Ohm were the Lone Rock battery, while Stott and Ward worked for Tilonka. A four-run rally by Titonka in the seventh inning won the game for the Titonka nine. The Algona Newspapers 1'urnisb employment and provide a means of livelihood for 16 families in Algona . . . the printing and publishing industry in Algona deserves constant support. Sportsmen! JUST UKCK1VKD IN TIME FOR DUCK HUNTING • Olive Drab • Light Weight Rubber HIP BOOTS S&L's Feature Price 7 98 • Specially Compounded Light-weight Rubber • Water-tight Welded Conitruction • Deep Cleated Rubber iiolei • Built-in Adjuitable Leg Harneit JVO PHONE OH MAIL ORDERS! NO C.O.D.'s! PLEASE! EVELYN BENSON, SWEA CITY, BRIDE OF PAUL MESCHER, BANCROFT, SEPT. 30 .ALGONA UfPER DES MOINES, ALOONA, IOWA. Sharp's Jewelry In Magazine Story Sharp's new jewelry store Swca City: Evelyn Benson, Swea City, and Paul R. Meson* cr, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,F. H. Mescher, Bancroft, were married K-H OIL MAKES 16", DIVIDEND Wesley: Five hundred attended the annual K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co. meeting in the Kleinpeter hall, Tuesday evening. Carl F. Callies of Titohka was elected to succeed the late Henry Eischeid of Algona as director of the company for one year. E. J. Widen Of Corwith and R. I. Mawdslcy of Burt were reelected for a term of three years. Other directors are Leo M. Arn- dorfcr of Bancroft and John W. Boykcn of Woden. Andrew Goll- ncr is president and V/. S. Cosgrove, vice president. Speakers on the program were Mr. Stevenson with the Iowa Paint Co. of Des Moines. Earl Burr of Des Moines, with the Calumet Refining Co., Russell Sottelmyer of DCS Moincs, with the Andcrson-Pricharri Refining Co. of Oklahoma City; Harry Carter, manager of the Cooperative Service Co., Waterloo; L. J. Franey, manager of the Cooperative Oil 'Co., Williamsburg, and the main speaker, George Strayer of Hudson, editor of the Co- Op. news, secretary of the National Soy Bean association and secretary and manager of the Associated Hybred Corn Co. J. P. Studer is secretary and manager of the company. Bcr- hardinc Johnson is bookkeeper, Albert Licktcig and Charles Price are oil truckers out of Wesley, Cecil Nail out of Corwith, C. W. Joslin of Wjpdon, Harold Price of Algona, Guy Bruns of Algona, E. J. Deitering of Bancroft, and George Manus of Burt. A IC'.-f dividend was declared this year, the business increased 31';; over last year, $13,000 greater savings will be paid in cash than in any other previous year. There are now 1875 patrons. LETTERS TO THE EDITORS This paper welcomes letters to tlie editors, but must insist on several things before their publication. They must be limited to not over 300 words; they must be signed with the name and address of the writer; they must not be libclous. Letters have already been received on the hospital question, but not one conformed to the abavc requirements. in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, Sept. 30. The Rev. Father J. H Schultz officiated, using the double ring ceremony. The bride was given' in marriage by her brother, Clifford of Fort Dodge. i The bride carried American Beauty roses and' white pompoms. Her only jewelry -was a locket, a gfft of her father, Who died a few years ago, and a pair of earrings, the gift of the bridegroom. Her attendant was Helen Mescher 1 . Bobby Barslou, nephew of the bride, carried the ring on a pink lace pillow. The bridegroom's attendant was Paul Inman, friend of the couple, and Charles Quinn was usher. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents, and in the evening, a wedding dance was held at the Forester hall. Mrs. Mescher was graduated from the Swea City high school with the class of 1944, and has been employed at the Hi-way Cafe. Mr. Mescher was graduated with the classes of 1938, from St. John's school, Bancroft. He served three years in the U S. army tank corps. Two and one-half years were spent in the Pacific theatre. The couple left Tuesday for Wisconsin on a wedding trip. They will be at home .at the home of the bridegroom's parents. in Algona" was ithe subject of. a feature story in the largest jeweler's trade magazine issue for the month of September. The story, accompanied with two pictures of the local store, covered two full pages. Special compliment was paid by the magazine writer to the show window effect by the installation of the black frames which provide a stage effect for jewelry displays, and the arrangement of wall and counter cases. Grocery Closing Hours Seven Algona grocers arc adopting new closing hours for Saturday night, effective next Saturday. They will close at 9 p. m. Grocers which will adopt the new Saturday closing hour am Harold'r Food Store, Rays Jack Sprat, Sorenson's, Hood's IGH, Council Oak, National Tea, and Consumers Food Store. 8 WE NEED I LARD WE WILL BUY YOUR HOME- RENDERKD LARD IN ANY QUANTITY. BRING IT IN! Algona Baking Co. Bakers Of "Honey Krust" Bakery Products Bring Your SOY BEANS to SARGENT'S No Waiting For CASH! -i SARGENT & Cp. ALGONA • ••••••• ANNIVERSARY MONTH " "Eiid Shooter" Hunting Boot Anniversary Sale 8 85 GOODYEAR WELT SEWED!! For rough wear • . . oil- treated uppers, leather- lined vamp . . . extra strong seams. Men's ttires 6 to 12. Junior l*iay, Wesley Wesley. The Junior class at ,the high school has .begun practice on the class play "Pleased to Metcha," with a oast of five girls and seven boys. Two Wedding Licenses Two licenses to wed were Issued last Thursday, the last for last week. They went to Henry C. Duewer and Lilla Crum, both of Waverly, 111.," and Donitld E. Wiedeman, Bvanston.'Ill. and Fred carboff paperr or 8V&&I4, at the Alg&na upper" Des MoIRel , »tnran»tf»m aton , THE QUINTS' pwmiHlyRlUv* «6U|h»«i CHEST COLDS MUSTEROIE T*o,kj at the ( . 8, 1946 •#*^>j$JS! i KRIfMATlSi; 1 suffered for years and am so thartkful that I am frefe from Baiti and able to do my work that I Will gladly answer any* one writing me for information. Mrs. Anna PaUtz, P, O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash, Pd. Adv. NUE-OVO Laboratories 42tf NOW! Sargent Multi-RICH MINRAL MEAL for Hogs IN Dress Print Bags Starting right now, Sargent has MultiBICH Minral Meal for you in the new Print Bags! These bags are really something SPECIAL — made of the finest print goods on the market, multi-colored figured prints, high tensile strength, close weave, shrink and fade-resistant. 1% yards of material in each and every bag! And the removable band label soaks right off — no messy inks to wash off. It's a real PLUS value for you, with the midwest's favorite hog supplement! Call and sec these new bags now at Sar- ent's. GENT - FEED SARGENT & CO. ALGONA, IOWA ;y pZUBlj] fBOL® Grocery Stores To Close at 9:00 P. M. on Saturdays EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 12 The following grocery stores will close at hine o'clock on Saturday evenings beginning Saturday, Oct. 12. CONSUMERS' SUPER MARKET COUNCIL OAK HAROLDS' FOOD STORE HOOD'S SUPER YALU NATIONAL TEA CO. RAY'S JACK SPRAT MARKET SORENSENS' GROCERY 'EARNEST AND HONEST EPUBPCAN MINISTRATION ( HAS ALMOST \OOU8tEP OLP AGE BENEFITS ''THE FARMTO MARKET ROAD PROGRAM IS WHAT I LIKE BEST ABOUT THE REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION" lowans are talking about the remarkable Republican record! Th«y arc thankful that a and .steady course has been steered to result in the greatest benefits fur the most people of th.-ir State. All lowans are quick to point out to anyone that IOWA comfortably celebrates its Centennial this year in the strongest financial position in .ill its history. That's why lowans int. r.-sled in a continuance of honest, efficient and uble administration are going to ... VOTE REPUBLICA NOV. 5th ,-..>.- •'^•^•""•^•-^^•^••'^^••^^^^^f-f^j^gg^j^pf^^^^'^ RiPUH'lCAN ST'ATf CPNTRAt 6Q^MJT?ii ' \*f --- MilMi.nHIMlMP •IBSWW '•Jpiiwpil^^jw.'nu " w^j^pi f jl(ji"ijt „ *j ^ .^-^Y- 1 -' - ir^'T^f^.

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