The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR- ALGONA UPPEB DES MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA ** TUESDAY, OCT. IBv MAX F.MEYER, 69, LAID TO REST SUNDAY, LUVERNE l,ii Verne — Funeral .services were hold Sunday afternon at 2 oVIock in the Lutheran church In,- - Max Friodrich Meyer, 09, "iecl Thursday evening, at !>:30 at his home fol- ;in illness of nearly six months. The Rev. Louis Witten- liiii;.; officiated at the services. \!:tA Frindrk'h Meyer, son of V.'illiain and Henrietta Meyer u,i:; hum on February 1!), 1877, in (leniKiny. When he was four yeais of aye he moved with his pan-ills In Coal Valley, Illinois, when- IK- lived lill he came to LiA'crne 50 years ago. On November 15, 1899, he was Thiede. Twelve children wore born to them, four having died in infancy. Surviving are his Mrs. Mrs. wife and eight children, Paul Maas, of Waterloo, Floyd Masterson, of Corwith, Erhardt, of Humboldt, Ernest, of Whittemore, Mrs. Orval Ratnus, Mrs. Herman Hintz Jr., Harold and Ferdinand, of LuVerne. He is also survived by one sister Mrs. Lewjs Wetzel of Kevvan- ce, 111., ten grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren and a host, of friends. Mr. Meyer became ill lasit June and was taken to Iowa City where he underwent an operation from which he never fully recovered. Pall bearers were his four sons Erhardt, Ferdinand, Harold ;md Ernest, and his two nephews Raymond and Ernest Meyer. Cemetery Ass'n Met—• The Cemetery Association .met united in marriage to Mathilda Thursday afternoon in the City Sale Thursday, Oct. 24 BOAR GILT ALGONA, IOWA 35 BOARS 25 GILTS Vi'i- will hold our Duroc Boar and Gilt Sale on the farm ! miles i-a.st on McGregor St., ami one mile South of Algonu. A choice offering of boars and Kills has been selected Mi.:i) oil! 150 spring pigs. This offering is well grown, weigh- i.i;, ui) to ."00 Ibs. sale day. They are the easy feeding kind. «iili lob of ham, good wide backs, and lots of smoothness. I'lie <MTcrhi.tr is sired by Hi Holler, Royal Cimarron and I'cr- 'M! .Model Am. Hi Roller was first prize senior yearling !;i::n- at the l!)l(i Nebraska State Fair. I'lan to Attend This Feature Attraction. WHITE FOR FREK CATALOG Middle Hill Farm OilWIN C. PEER Algona, Iowa 41* Try Our Complete Locker Service t TENDERIZED OPEN KETTLE LARD RENDERING SAUSAGE SEASONING 0 T T E LOCKER; PHONE 110 IK) So. Dodge Street As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Property Improvement Plan f ° r Home i Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Come in and Talk II Over F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 hall with Mrs. Fred Schneider. Mvs. Helena Stripling, MrS. Fred Hintz Jr.r Mrs. Gfover Rentz and Mrs. Herbert Smith'as the hostesses. Mrs. Ervin Barton, pres- 'ident of the association, had charge of the business meeting, Miss Hulcla Fritzemeler gave the report on the. state convention of the cemetery associations which She attended at Hotel Kirkwood in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday; The remainder of the aftcrnon was spent socially and lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. —o— Methodist Circles Meet— The three circles of the Methodist WSCS met Wednesday afternoon. Circle No. 1 met at the home of Mrs. Robert Phillips with Mrs. Alvin Weber as the assistant hostess; Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs. Steve Baker with Mrs. Cecil 'Baker as the assistant hostess; Circle No. 3 met at the country home of Mrs. Floyd McClaren with Mrs. Gerald Brace as her assistant hosl- es. All three meetings were well attended. —o— Lutheran P.T.A. Meets— The Parent-Teacher Assn. of the Lutheran church met Thurs- clay evening in the church parlors with Mrs. Albert Boechncr and Mrs. Carl Hansclman as the hostesses. The business meeting was heltl after which the evening was spent socially. Lunch was .served by the hostesses at the close of the evening. Mrs. G rover Rentz spent the weekend visiting her sister Mrs. Charles Thompson at -Hayfield, Minn. dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Milford McPeak of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Bfoadie. John Rentz, of MlnneapoliSi Minn., and Estcl Rentz of Burt, were guests Monday at the home of their sister and brother in law Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. John hospital where he had been for was recently released from, the a year caused by a fall,-, from a ladder while he was'> xpalntihg. His hands are paral; Mr., v and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and daughter Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch Donald Behnkendorf, Mrs. Anna Goetsch and son Arlic, all of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf and daughters of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft and family of Kanawha attended a surprise birthday Howard McCrady at near Livcrmore-:pn evening. The evening socially after . which Crady opened hei 1 ma gifts. Mrs. Home, nesdey spent Mc• lovely Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkcs of Algonu were guests Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford and-'Gor'tldh' Davidson spent the weekend; in ..Waterloo attending the Dairy Cattle Congres. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reidel and son Carl left Thursday for northern Mincsota where they will spend several days fishing. Donald Kruse and Dale Zentner returned home Thursday evening after spending a week fishing in northern Minnesota. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips were called to Oskaloosa Thursday afternoon by the serious ill- nes of Mrs. Phillips' mother. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Petti•grew,,., of Algona, were guests Sunday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande. Mrs. O. S. Lund was a visitor '••Tuesday at the home of her dau- •ghler and son-in-law Mr. and 'Mrs. Tjeran Ncrern in Renwick. ' ; Mrs. ' Emilie Behnkendorf '.spent a few days in Algona visiting at the home of her niece •and .family Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds.. Patty, to year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Hansen under- weat,;.ain appendectomy in the ; «&£ettutiM[hospital in Algona ^ oft* 'Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lichty returned home Wednesday afternoon after spending two weeks visiting at the home of her mo- .ther in Idaho.- , ' i James Doak arrived home Saturday afternoon, from Olathc, fvansas, where he had spdnt the week visiting at the home'vbf his mother. Mrs. E. P. Doak. ' Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lovell and son Billy arrived here Saturday •morning from Torrencc, Calif., to visit at the home, of'.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hed- Plot lunches are now being served at noon in the public school, Mrs. Emily Guy, Miss Florence Hinz and Mrs. Walter Engel are in charge of the lunches. Mrs. Art O'Dcll of Nielsville, Wis. 'arrived Thursday to visit at the home of her mother Mrs. Bertha Blumer and also with her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Roland Elbcrt in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Schichtl and son Jerry of Esthervilel, Betty Ramus, of Des Moines, and Mrs. Wendell Jergenson, of Al- gonu, were guests Sunday at the home of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Art. Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday honoring his father Charles Patterson on his 81st birthday. Those attending the COUNTY'S FARM BUREAU WOMEN MEET AT BURT Burt: A county Farm Bureau women's meeting and 1 o'clock luncheon was held at UW Marvin hotel Friday at Which" the township and publicity chairmen were present. Alma Schultz, home economics, and an'^xten- sion specialist from Ames were present. Mrs. Johnson, Corwith, county president, presided. Plans were made for the year's work, which will be on International Relations, Library and Schools. Seventeen ladies were present. The W. S. C. S. meets,.SVe,dnes- day at Mrs. Clifford HM&nj's. The Birthday Circle Thursday afternoon with Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Isabel Steward home, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Atiker- man are parents of an 8-pound daughter Roberta Ann, bom Oc- tobof 9 at the Burt hospital. Dorothy McDonald went to Hampstead, Long Island, recently, where she is visiting at the home of her sister Mrs, Tony. Pace. . Mr. and tMrs. Hugh Williams left Saturday for a week's visit at Wells, Minn., Minneapolis, and with Mr. Williams father in Dakota. The Gerald Schdeffers, Waterloo, visited Burt friends the first of last week. Mr. Schaeffer worked for A. H. Meinzer before being inducted into the army. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bourne, Al- pona, Mrs. Carl Peterson and daughter of Glendale, Calif.,' were dinner guests a week-ago 'Sunday at the Joe Zanke home. Mrs. R. S. John and daughter Shirley, Elmore, Minn.,- spent the weekend of a week ago at the Ben Bahlin home. The John family move this week to Mandan, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. F, L. Pratt went to Waterloo Friday afternoon for a visit at the home of their daughter Mrs. Ronald Elvidge. Mr. Pratt attended the Iowa-Nebraska game at Iowa City Saturday. Mrs. Pratt remained 'for a weeks visit but Mr. Pratt remained only for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Winters of Chicago and Mrs. Will Anderson, Bancroft, were supper guests' last, week Tuesday evening at the A. G. Volentine home. Mrs. Winters is a sister of Mr. Volentine. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kienitz of Bridger, Mont., visited from a week ago Saturday to Monday at the R., A. Blcich home. The Bleichs and, their guests were sUpper guests Saturday evening at the'Odey Oherland home. Mr. and Mrs. Kler'tz, spent-Sunday evening at the Mrs. Isabel Steward home, The U and I Circle rrtet last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs/ Merwyn Cunningham. The following new officers were elected: Mrs. Irvin Ulses, presi* dent; Mrs. Ronald Ortmah, vice president; and Mrs. Ray Westling, secretary-treasurer. The name of the mystery sisters werp revealed'.The Circles of the Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church are meeting Wednesday, October 16 as follows: Circle A with Mrs. Alvin Anderson and Mrs.- Paul Macauley; Circle B with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz;.,Circle C with Mrs. Earl ' Shipler and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart; Circle' D with Mrs. R. K. Hill and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. met Mrs. Zanke. F. A. Ringsdorf went to Britton, S. D., Thursday on a business trip. Mrs. A. G. Volentine and Emily Watson visited Mrs. D. T. Hobson Wednesday afternoon.- J. G. McDonald has been confined to his bed the past week with a severe attack of "flu." Mrs. Irvin Krause and little son left the Burt hospital Friday and returned to their home in Fenton. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter Eugenia, Owatonna, Minn., visited Mrs. Albert Staehle Thursday. Margaret Ringsdprf of Des Moines spent the \veekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf. . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dragcr, Irene and Eugene, ;jAlgona, were H. W^rtOST DBAY 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. Shoes Horses Dyer j^Wide Territory Bates Stbtt, .Lytton,' spent several AS$r& 4ast week at ' W. J. BotirneVand while hefe did Sbttte horse shoeiftg 'on appointments previo&ly.^ade. From LyttOh he does .hoWstjbelng exclusively, in a 50-mile area, and this season he has .put on half a ton of horseshoe*He rrta'KeS and fits th« shoes him* self, and most of them average O.I Homt Camfert that Laitt • Houicllme with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon* ui lochy CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phono 275 ALGONA, IOWA from a little less to slightly more than a pound 'efftfH. fiersohs v?Ho know Mft'Stftt oHB *# the fodfeo recently at the fair grpunds i here may |be interested to krtow that he Jilted sh^es^lo all <h6ftws used in ' LE&AL addiflg * machine /wll t)ads. The Algpntt Wtfjrtft' Mollies, 1 9 No. Do'dge Sf. :v; BUY your printed or engraved SUPER SERVICE BATTERY Regular Low Price • u csotu. me 1 . HARVEST FREEZEMETER Accurate U»ter freczti. Two-pi«ce tampered glass construction All the Kids Will Be at Algona's Big Annual Hallowe'en Party FESTIVj SHIELD SLEET BERRY WEATHERSTRIP Our regular low price, lOc BOTTOMS DOOR 36 inches long. Slotted For easy installation. Screws Furnished. ARVEST VAL INDUSTRIAL s FLASHLIGHT It's Coming SPONSORED BY M.60M LIONS CLUB

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