The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 26, 1946
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TUESDAY, NOV. 26,' 1946' LAST RITES FOR WEDNESDAY, 20TH Fenton: Funeral' services for Wm. L. Hantelmann, pioneer resident were conducted Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 1:15 at the home and at " 2 o'clock from the Fairville Luth* eran church. Rev. A. F. Rehder was in charge. :• Pallbearers wer o Herman Wehr- spann, Leland and Robert Hantelman, Holland Ostwald, Orville Kressln and Paul Voight. / Mr. Mantelman was baptized ?"<! conflm >ed In the Lutheran "and was a ?, harter member of mi. uuu mis. vjuo wenrspann, ivir tat. Lukes Lutheran church at and Mrs. Wm .Wehrsp'ahn, Mrs Fairville, Me was an n'ctive church member, a kind father and was held in high esteem by all who knew •him. : Twoi; children, Walter of San 'Diego, dalif., and Mrs. Alice Schullz of Albuquerque, N. Mex., were unable to attend, servides. Those from a distance attending were Susan Hantelman of Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Mr. and Mrs. Helbert' Hamtelman, David, Philip and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Wilme Hanlelman, James, Lowell; am Donald of Minneap&lis; Mr. anc Mrs. Milton Bany, Mrs. August Bahy and Walter Bany of Elgin Minn.'Rev. and Mrs. John Baer man, 'Palmer; Mr. and Mrs. W, B Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn. Rev. and Mrs, H. b. Slahmer anc son Nathan of Hinton; Mr. anc Mrs. Eddie Wehrspana and son Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wehrspann, Mr Caroline Telford of OWosen; Mr. and Mrs. 'Herman Baas, Mrs. Gerhard Wehrspfthn, Merlyn Wegner, Henry Ostwald and s6h Holland of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. P M. Chrlstenscn of Lone Rock. FOODS FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION COBBLERS, per sack .......... * | '" pc ck 39° COBBLERS, per sack .......... 98° peck 19° Sno-Sheen AA«t CAKE FLOUR, box .......................................... tfjf C Nucoa / OLEOMARGARINE , ............ ;. ..... Jb; Heinz • ' • , CATSUP .................... .......L ...... •....' ...... bottle Jello PUDDING ..... .............. . ..................... ; .......... box Sunmaid RAISINS... ..................................... ,...;...:... lb. Best Foods MAYONNAISE ..... . ..... ' ........ . ............... ./ a ptt Minced Winter In California— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kluss and c'aushter Luanrta of 'Armstrong left Tuesday morning for Rich' mond, Calif., where they will spend the winter. Card Party Hosts— Mr. and Mrs, Hilbreth Pettit entertained their card club Tuesday eydning. High honors Went to Mrs. Dale Welsbrod and Wm. Wiener. Low to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigh and travel to Mrs. Paul Voight. A* 30th Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs. Schlei, Mrs. Will •Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod went to Klemme to attend a 30th wedding anniversary for Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Josten in the Klemme Methodist church Friday, Nov. 22, -ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINfiS, ALGONA, IOWA. Christmas Seals 26° 8° 35° 29° Pressed HAM ....... ..... ... .......... ............ ' _ U) ALL TYPE FANCY COOKIES FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES • All Brands CIGARETTES ........... . ........................ cart on POP, AH Flavors— By the Bottle or Case OPEN SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS AND EVENINGS East End Grocery PHONE 145 Mrs. Newel's Sister Dies- Mrs. Chris Hansen of Peoria. 111., sister of Mrs. George Newel, jassed away in Peoria Monday. Wrs. Hqnsen had been in ill health or several years. The Hansens are well knwn here as Fenton was their home for many years. They have lived in Peoria for 26 years. She is survived by herjiusband, three sons Hubert, Monroe aria- Lawrence, one daughter Dorothy, three grandchildren, and iwo sis- >ters, Mrs. Newel and Mrs. Andrew Wilson, Peoria. Gives S. S. Demonstration— Mrs. Ernest Votteler, intermediate class teacher at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, and five of her pupils gave a teaching demonstration at the Sunday school teachers institute of the Spencer circuit held Sunday, Nov. 17 at Royal. Pupils taking part were Lois Hantelman, Ronny Pettit, Elaine Bierstedt, Virgil Bleck- vvenn, Delores Haack. Also attending were Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder, Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Cordelia Mueller, Verona Schmeling, "or-s Bleckween, and Mrs. Carl Beck. . , Hostesses to Circle— Circle No. 5 of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church had their monthly meeting and Thanksgiving party at the Milton Weisbrod home Thursday, Nov. 21. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Ed Schlei, Fred Mortensen, Elmer WeiE'brod and W. Holdorf. ' Mrs. Richard Goetsch was in "harge of the devotions. The group sang two songs accompanied on the piano by Mrs. J. Tieman. Mrs. Rex Wolf gave the lesson. The group decided to have a Christmas oarty at the home of Mrs. John Tiemap. Each one is to bring a gift for the Harriet Ballou nursery at Sioux City and there it to be a gift exchange among the members. - , ... Your Protection Against Tuberculosis .. Born to Mr. and > Mrs .Willard Menz ! a son, at.the Algona Qener- a! hospital. ..:.. Gus Haack was brought home from the Algona hospital and expects to .be up and around next week. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed, and Jimmy of Algona were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Ray How Many Businesses Does Your Railroad Operate? Stoeber home. Mrs. Clark Cossin and Mrs. Fred Stow of Hurt 'spent Friday with Mrs. S. E. Straley and her mother Mrs. Ida Brace. The American Legion Serving club nm Friday, Nov. 22 with Mrs. E. C. Fauenby instead of the Kenneth Halvorson home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson are the parents of a girl, Julia Ann, torn Thursday, Nov. 14 at Kossuth hospital. The Thompsons formerly operated a cafe in Fenton. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, who underwent minor surgery at the Lutheran hospital, -Fort Dodge, Thursday returned home Monday. Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod •'assisted at the Stoeber home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett have returned from Iowa City. Mrs Bassett is staying at the .home of her parents near 1 Algona. She expects to go 'back to Iowa City to enter the hospital for treatment. Mr. and. Mrs. William B Schmidt of Morristown,-; Minn., attended funeral services for Wm. L. Hantelman Wednesday and were overnight g.uests of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluss of Peoria, II]., spent a week visiting his partnts Mr. and Mrs. Fred •Kluss and other relatives. They left Sunday, Nov. 17 for Rochester where Mrs. Kluss will go through the clinic. Circle No. 1 of W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Tuesday, Nov. 19 at the C. L. Underwood home. Mrs. Sari Lufkin was assisting hostess. Mrs. Lovejoy gave the lesson and Mrs. Wilfred Labbs was in charge of the,devotions. The Fifty-fifty Sunday class had a party in the Methodist church basement Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel waS'l elected <; as. president and secretary for the coming year. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wqjs- brod and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. * Those from Fenton who attended the sub-district convention \ of the W. S. C. S. at the 'Methodist Church in Whittemore Wednesday, NOV. 20 were Rev. and'WffsV'FJc. Pruel, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Frank Behnc, Mrs Came^yoight, and Mrs. Fred Brown".' -^'••>, •••• Circle No. 3 of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Oliver Stoeber. Mrs. Leo Woods had charge of devotions and Mrs. Frank McFall had ithe lesson. There were three cuests present Mrs. J. T. Waite, Mrs. J. R. Waite, and Mrs. L. M. Vaughn. EX-SEXTON GIRL DIES, MASON CITY Sexton: Mrs. Mack Wiese, 39 died at .her home at Mason City Tuesday morning following an illness of about a year. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past three years. Mrs. Wise was born Gertrude DoVary, April 6, 1907, in Winchester, Ky. She moved with her Camily, as a girl of 8, to Grundy Center, Iowa. When she was 13 the family moved to Grnvor, where she finished her education. She was married to John Mack Wise at Emmelsburg, Jan. 7, 192G, They established their home on <i farm near Britt, later moving ».o Sexton, and then to Mason City. Mrs. Wise was a member of the Wesley Methodist church at Mason City. Surviving are her husband and two sons, Frank B. Wise and James Wise, Mason City, her nolher, Mrs. Drusie DeVary, Rockwell, two sisters Mrs. Donald Gage, Estherville, and Mrs. Raymond Bahl, Mason City, and five mothers. Sturgle DeVary, Pontiac, Mich., Frank DeVary, Mason City. Ernest DeVary, Wallingford, an-) Deil and Ordean DeVary, Rock well. She was preceded in deatl by an infant son, John Mack Jr nt Brill, in 1920, ,-ind >by her lathe Fred DeVary at Rockwell in 1940 Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Thursday with the Rev. Pau A. Peterson, pastor of the Wesle\ Methodist church, officiating. At interment-service was held at. the graveside in Evergreen cemetery al 4 p. m. at Britt. The Mack Wise family formerly lived on the place now occupied by the Frank Fox family ens', o Sexton and was associated in the Sexton store with his brothei Herman Wise. Mrs. -Larry Youngwith, Wesley substituted as teacher at the Sexton school Thursday and Friday In ATTENTION! Home Owners YOUR FURNACE and Heating System i', Completely CLEANED •' ' f i By Our Exclusive SJfPER BED STREAK EXPRESS & BAQGAGE CARRIER Music Recital At St Joe School St.,'Joe 'Music pum'Is of St. Joseph's school participated in a program honoring St. Cecelia, the patroness of music, Friday afternoon. Leo Bormann, fourth grade oupil, held the lucky number in the 'turkey raffle. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Lprenz Bormann. St. Joe Cagers Win St. Joe opened its basketball season with a 32-14 win over St. Ma'tthews of Clare on the opponent's floor. Friday night. Mr, and Mrs. Roy'Thjlges entertained at a dinner Sunday evening for neighbors and relatives. J, T, Meurer o f Wesley and son Jimmie were callers at the Julius Capesius home Sunday afternoon. Diane Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, spent two days at the home of Mr. and Mrs,.Will Reding last week • \Vork can be clone during heating—only requires about a 2 hour shut-down. •,'No fuss—no mess. No soot ' on dust scattered about , house. • Increases your heat — cuts your fuel costs. PHONE 255 And We Will Call at Your Home Hegarty Bros. Pat — Emmelt "We Always Bring Our Tools .the First Time" the absence of the teacher Mr, Johnson, due -to illness. Mrs. Levi Bowling, Jefferson Okla., Mrs. Charles Stratton, Burlington, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs Alfred Opheim and daughter Joyce were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hermar Wise, near Renwick. Mrs. Charles Stratton, Burlington, Iowa, visited over the week end at the home of her mothei Mrs. Sarah Wise. The first of the week she will go to Brilt to visit her son John Stratton and family then on to her home at Burlington. Friendly Neighbors At Baago Home Fenton: Mrs. Hans Baggo erf- tertained the Friendly Neighbors club at her home Thursday, Nov. 14. Mrs. Ray Dreyer was the assisting hostess. Fifteen members answered roll call, "New Ideas for unch Pails". The group sent a box to Greece and will send another this month. A Christmas parly is planned for he next meeting and the "Secret Sisters" will ,be revealed then, toll call will be "A Household Task You Like to Do." Mrs. Elmev Slbert, Whittmore, was a guest. READ THE} WANT ADS Upper Des Moines f/ant Ada Rom Mere I sit... ty Joe Marsh; A Lesson : In Conservation We were sitting on Bill Webster's porch the other night, chatting-over ft glass of beer—when the talk-tui'liB to forest preservation, soil erosion, and other things that affect a fai'm- ing community. Judge Cunningham speaks up: "It's all right to worry about conserving our natural resources," he says, "but there's a'far bigger problem when it comes to conservation—and that's preserving our democratic way of life, our sense of personal freedom, our respect for one another's rights," '• ' Prom where I sit, the is right. All America's great _. sources, our abundant natural wealth, are lost the minute the right to work them as people in a free hind I Whenever you see or hear „ , an encroachment on our rights—* { whether it's the right to fr6s speech, or the right to vote as we ' see fit, or the right to enjoy a i friendly glass of beer In licensed, '. law-abiding places ... watch out! ) fl j \ Copyright, 1946, United States Brewers t'cMdatvm * OUR COAL STOCKS ARE LARGE ANL^WE WILL ENDEAVOR TO TAKE CARE OF ANY INDIVIDUAL t > .. NEEDING COAL --•!•-We Are Now Cuttin&'Bpards Frpm Timbers— "" •',- , , \ -:if My ?Give Us Your Requirements We Have Creosoted Posts On Hand- It Would Be Wise to Stockpile a Few PHONE 229 F. S. NORTON & SON Fuel . . . Coal . . . Building Suppli les M OST OF us accept railroad service as some, thing as natural as sunshine or rain, Wven though we may use it a good deal, we tcldom consider how varied are the activities of such n carrier aa The Milwaukee lload, Actually, the. Milwaukee has many fync. lions. One job is to provide swift, convenient, low cost transportation over a privately built, 11,000 mile steel highway. Jf is also u hotel , that provides its patrons with comfortable beds and rooms, It is a restaurant th«t serves more than two million jneula a yecr, It is i part of the post-office that sorts, classifies and distributes mail. It handles liafegage and ex. }«rei?s r And, of course, it carries raw materials to market, brings in manufactured goods, moves millions of tons of freight many millions of miles each year. IJig? Yes, Yet The Milwaukee Road is a ' home town industry that distributes money for payrolls and purchases, pays taxes that support schools an,d highways iw the sroallt est as well as in the largest pomonwiMes it serves, OFFICE SUPPLIES: Sales books, assorted papers, rubber stamps, stapling machines, carbon paper, Xmas stationery. Stop in and look the supply over, They're hard to get, but we have a supply on hand. 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