The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 26, 1946
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PAGE MRS. DICKINSON RITES HELD HERE SUNDAY AT 2 P.M. Funeral services for Mrs. E. C. Dickinson were held Simclny afternoon at the Congregational church nt 2 o'clock with the Rev. John P. Clyde in charge. Interment WHS nt. Hiverview cemetery where Mr. Dickinson who clietl some years ago is buried. Mrs. M. G. Bourne san;' durins the service accompanied at the organ 'by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Pall bearers were D. C. Hutchison, L. E. Linnan, M. P. Weaver, Leighlon Mbbach, I). E. Dowel and K. D. James. Died Thursday. Mrs Dickinson died Thursday mr.rning at Hiunboldt at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. H. Fred- erj'cksen, following a second stroke early that morning. She had a first stroke December i), 1945 at the Dr. F. L. Tribon homo where she lived while local and society reporter for the Advance. Sometime after Christmas she was taken to Hurn- bolclt where she lias since lived with her daughter. Helen Blair Dickinson was born February 7, 1!!7(> at Kirn, Scotland, and was the daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Blah'. She \va.-. educated in King's College, later teaching in Birmingham England. Married in London. She met. Mr. Dickinson in London, where he was rcpresentin the Automatic Telephone Co. of Chicago. They were iruUTied at St. Claves Church in London. Sept. 23, 1899. After transnrting business for his firm in Berlin and Copenhagen, they came to the United States, settlin:' in Chicago Laughfog Around the World WithlRVINS* COBB One Who Could Take A Hkt BylRVlN&COBB A FRTEN.D of tnine spends a part of each summer on a ranch in •^ Wyoming* One of his friends there is a cow-hand who answers to the name of Shorty because he id upwards of seven feet tall. Shorty has rather a quaint way of expressing himself. due to MONTHLY LOSSES- You girls aivl women who lose so much during monthly periods that you nre p;ile, fB».i tired, weuk, 'drugged out' — this may be due to luck of blood-iron. So start right away—try Lydia K. Pinkham's TABLETS—one of the best nnd quickest home ways to help build up red blood to set more strength and energy—in such cases. Pinkham's Tablets are one of the greatest blood-iron tunics you can buy. Just try them for 30 days—then see If you. too, don't remarkably beneiit. Pinkham's Tablets nre also famous to relieve monthly pain,, due to female functional^ a monthly disturbances. c " Lydia E. Pinkham's T£6l£TS When the Easterner arrived in June of this year, for his annual visit Shorty met him at the railroad station with a team and a buck- hoard. As they started on the six mile drive to the ranch house, the visitor asked the nefcs of the neighborhood. Finally the conversation worked around 1C Shorty's personal affairs. "How about that pretty girl over on Rawhide Creek that you were courting last year about this time?" asked my friend. "Still going to see her, I suppose?" "No," said Shorty, "I gave that girl up." "Why so?" "Wel'l, I sort of got the idea that her paw didn't exactly care to have nie h'an'giri* around." "What gave you that notion?" "Oh, somethin' that happened." "What happened? Maybe you were only over-sensitive?" "Mebbe I was. Still, it looked to me like a hint. I went over there one Saturday night to see her and I was settin' in the parlor talkin' to her with my arm sort of around her, when all of a sudden the door opened and the old man come bustin" in with a six gun in his hand and took a cuple of shots at me, so I jest stepped out of the winder and went away without waitin' for my hat or to say goodbye or nuthin'. And after I'd cleared the fench I seen him come out with a shovel and shovel all my tracks out of the yard. Somehow I really don't believe that old man keers for me." ' (American Nf*rt Features, Inc.) in 1900. In 1911 Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson and their two daughters, Elizabeth and Helen, moved to Algona,' where Mr. Dickinson was in the automobile business for many years. Was County Recorder. Some years ago, after the death of her husband, Mrs. Dickinson served two terms as county recorder. She was a member of the P. E. O. and Congregational church, and throughout her life here was popular and active in social and church circles, where her friendly gracious manner endeared her to everyone. Besides her two daughters, Mrs. R. E. Whitney of Green Bay, Wis , and Mrs. Fredericksen of Humboldt, both of whom were here fo:- the services, Mrs. Dickinson is survived by fi'ur grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Mac Farlane of Surrey, England, and Mrs. Frank Webb of Worcester, England. Here for Services. Attending the services from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs. James Daugherly of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. J..A. Van Ness, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christiansen Here's The Latest! FLUORESCENT Christmas Tree LIGHTS As Different From the "Old" Lights As Day Is From Night! THEY LAST A LIFE-TIME 7-Light String For Regular Size Tree ana Seven big FliKiriMcent bulbs in a string—and each bulb casts u UIFFERKNT pastel light color! Eafh of these Fluorescent sets is equul to two tit' the old type sets—and they make your t'liristinas tree just us different. Use them in any outlet— if you want to add on another set, there is a connection provided. Cord is WEATHERPROOF, so you can use these lights outside als,o. Get yours now while our supply is good, and have : onu-thiiiK new and different in Christinas trees this, year! Pratt Electric Co. and Robert, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. John Ford and Jacque Lee, Gilmore City: Mrs.i Clark Lane and Clark II. Humboldt. M. J.ATTIC RITES HELD AT WESLEY Wesley: Funeral services were conducted at the MoMahon funer- ol home for Michael Joe Attic of Cherokee, G7, Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 1:30 bv Rev. J. A. Riggs. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. The deceased was .born in Germany and came to Kossuth county. ne;ir Rcnwick in 1887 with his parents. He is survived by four brothers George of Wesley. Adam and Ernest of Glcndale, Minn., and Will ol' Albert Lea, Minn., and three sisters Mrs. Lee Tuttle and Mrs. Elsie Gaykcn of Albert Lea. Minn., and Mrs. C. Hartman of Phoenix. Ariz. Six nephews were pallbearers: Everett, Eldon ClarcnA and Dale Attic, Leo Richter and Leo Tuttle. Relatives from a distance who attended the funeral wore Mr. and Mrs. Adam Attic, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Attic and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Attic all of Glendale.- 'Minn.: tMrsj Lee Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Will Attic and Walter Attic of Albert Lea, Minn., and Merle Eggc-rlh of Clarion, RITES TODAY FOR MRS. RfMAHON Funeral services for Mrs. Caroline Amelia McMahon, G5. a lifelong resident of this community, were held this morning at 9:30 a. m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, with Father Mallinger offi- •ciating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. 'MoMahon passed away last Saturday after an illness of some three months as the result of an ailing heart at her home here. She •was born in Algona Nov. 3, 1881' a daughter of August and Jessie Brown. She received her education in Algona. On June 29, 1904. she was united in marriage to Win. McMahon, and to tms union one child, Mrs. Arthur Olsen of Algona, was born. There are also two grandchildren Richard and Trudith Lyn Olsen August Brown of Algona is :: brother surviving, and there are four surviving sisters, Lizzie Hartin, Albert Lea. Minn., and Mrs. Warren Laird, Mrs. Adrian Ives and .Mrs. A. L. White, all of DCS Moines. MERCURY TUMBLES TO EIGHT ABOVE Coldest day of the fall was registered by Weatherman Harry Nolle, last Monday morning. The temperature dropped to eight above zero. A summary weather: Date Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 04 Nov. 25 , of the week's Rain High Low 52 32 5B 24 ...03 50 19 30 10 44 20 44 23 32 8 Rites For Copeland Graveside services were held Thursday at the Memorial Lawn Park for J. E. Ofcpeland, grandfather of W. A. and D. B. Hall, who died earlier in the week at Spirit Lake, vyhere the funeral services were held. It costs less than ONE CENT PEH HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. _ALGdHA Hbme From Hospital St. Joe: Mrs. Johli Merte came home froirt the Mercy has* pilal, Fort Dodge, last Friday aff tor undergoing major surgery there. Takes Part 111 Panel Antoinette Bonnstetter, public school nurse, Will take part >in a panel discussion to be held in. Fort Dodge this afternoon. There will be school nurses in attendance/ from the several counties In tills district. . Correction In an item in last week's paper it was stated that G. M.-Ost- winkle had transferred his jilem- bershi'p in the K. of G. to Dyersville. Actually Mr. Ostwinkle transferred his membership fro^h Dyersville to the Algeria group. At D>* M. 6, BoUrne, v^as. the lUriciheon speaker at the Sbropto- iriist club' meeting last'Wedhes- day. His subject was "Recent tfeveloptnents In ModerH Med i * clue.";'.. « • ; ; •',-• . Marian Zelgler and Janet Me,n!z were also guests, hawing been chosen from Jhe home- ^Wm0-&i!l^$ •'ijili-^fe fakiftg. d*tfrie11t hoBt foF fflSnisfary fiii the §ortfptim'isl cMfe for Month of. J^bvemiberi ;. hgh ssn. etib'sti , tt bafld- ai Me, Bo 1-tofce . tfairy Caf tiff! CoftghsM :in:';/Wate'i ' ' loo v broadcast, ' ' await M HflHti, m*' f jit wf "he*a#iieifM;aHPp goftiTujpit' fifes: Mttlhei- 6im?&; ^ •<!P gfe^ HOm3 m FINE FOODS FROM .^ .;••;,- f Prices for WED. FRfl. & SAT. 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