The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 8
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^Atgonq (la.) Upptf Pe» Moines Thursday, Jnnuery 10, 1957 r Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algon; was a Sunday guest at the Henry L-ijft home at Scru.-rn. Mrs Mary Devilt left Tuesday for Long Breach. Calif, to spenti 3 months \vith her slsk-r. Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond re- tmnrd Sun.lay from a buying hit in Di-s Mi>im's. where they attended the annual merchandisf and cK^MiiK show. Mr and Mrs John Helmers were visited over the weekend by ftheir son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson of Minneapolis. Mr end Mrs W. C. Taylor wil 1 b;-> Ic'-.vinc; thi>- wtvkt-nd for ; six weeks' vat-niion at Brownsville. Texas, \\her? they will sta at the Charro Court. Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford took thc-ir daughter Cleone t< Mount Vernon last week following her holidav vacation here. She is enrolled at Cornell college Mr end Mrs Paul Deltmar were visited Saturdav by the latter's sister, Mrs E. R. Wolfe, o' Burt. Mrs Wolfe is gradually re coverin? from a recent sickness Mrs Celia Deal is caring for her grandchildren Lucy and Beck- while the mother, Mrs Al Coleman, is hospitalized at Rochester, following surgery for varicose veins. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson had Mr and Mrs Fran? Teeter of Burt. Mr and Mrs William Cosgrove of Weslev and Mrs Charles Albright as dinner guests Tuesday evening. Frank Moullon of B?usirorn's Furniture store here, left Sunday for Chicago where he will spend the week buying home furnish ings at the semi-annual Chicago furniture mart. Mrs Clara Taylor has received •word of the death of a brother- in-law Ed Robinson a-t Mason Cit— He was aboui seventv year of age and had been in failiiv health for some time. His wifr is the former Hattie Taylor of Aljrona. Mr and Mrs Al Gisch had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs' U. B. Lentsch of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller of Bode, Mrs Mary Kramer of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Duane Arend, Mr and Mrs John Gisch, Mr and Mrs Bernard Gisch, Mr and Mrs Cap Kohlhaas, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs Eva Deim and Mary Bieser. * • ,, - *'» Mrs Auqusia Lavrer.z has gone to Minneapolis and will spend the winttT with her sister. Mrs Emily Mr and Mrs Mel Thompson lefi today for San Diego. Calif., and win visit a month with the former's uarents, Mr and Mrs A. F Fhorntvon. former residents here Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevik of Petaluma, Cal. have returned . iv? after a visit here with Mi nnd Mrs Milo Rentz, parents of Mrs Hanevik. and with Mr Hane vik's parents of Elmore. He is ir the air force. Mi and Mrs Milo Rents spent P week with 'heir two daughters i\ Illinois. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and family in Hazel Crest and Mr and Mrs James Ireland at Mortee. Each of the daughters recently had new baby sons. Mrs John Dreesman, Mrs Ralph Brown and Mrs Wayne Keith gave a shower Tuesday afternoon, for Laura Jean Barr whose engagement to Dale E. Johnson, of Corwith has been announced. The weddino will take place Frilay, Jan. 18. Mr and Mrs John Gerber were visited last week by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr; Paul Strahm. Merlin and Delwin, nnd Mrs Ephrium Strahm, of Sabitha, Kan., who came to at tend the wedding Saturday of Deanne Eisenbarth and Ronald Gerber. Josie McEvoy returned Sunday evening from visiting friends ir Fort Dodge and Omaha since Christmas. While in Omaha shr attended the first solemn high mass Dec. 30th of her nephew, Rev. Richard J. Parle, who was ordained a member of the Coluin- bnn Fathers on Dec. 21st. Mr and Mrs Lyle Reidinger and sons, Donnie and Randy, returned Friday from a vacation trip through the west. They spent Christmas and the week follow ing with friends and relatives at Phoenix, Ariz. They visited many other places of interest enroute to and from Phoenix. Mr and Mrs Heinle Fisher, who have been visiting the Rober' Carneys and other friends here left Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs Fisher will have a physical examination at the Mayo Clinic. Mr Fisher had the walking cast on his left foot removed Jan. 2nd at Rochester. He is now walking without any aids. Mr and Mrs Leroy Diisworih were visited Sunday by the latter's parents. Mr nnd Mrs Peter Heldt of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk were recently visited by their daughter Florence who is employed in Chicago, 111. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutxel 1 and Mr and Mrs Roy Hut/ell spent Sunday with relatives at Eariham and Linden. Mr and Mrs Hugh Black ant the letter's parents and sister. Mi and Mrs Ed Hagg and Dorothy spent Saturday at Des Moines. Mr atid Mrs M. H, Fain ant" Mr and Mrs Don Kajewski arr going to Des Moines, Friday, if see the Drake-Ames basketball gime. Mf and Mrs Gerald Ferris wen? to Mason City Monday to atterir funeral services for rfoseph John son, 72, brother-in-law of Mi Ferris. George Fersll and daughter Leona recently returned fron: Joliet. 111., where thev visited th< former's son-in-law and daugh ter. Mr and Mrs Dale Heeren hav<- returned from San Diego, Calif, where they spent the holiday.-with Mrs Heeren's mother anr ; grendmothtr. Stephen nnd Jeffrr- Browr sons of Mr and Mrs Vaughan Brown, were baptized Sunday in the Presbyteran church, Rev. M. H. Brower offcating. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves and their son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis and Suzanne returned Sunday from California where they bar 1 visited Gilbert's . brother Phi! Hargreaves at San Pedro. Mrs Merle Chamberlain and her mother, Mrs Harry Christensen of Humboldt, spent Sunday a' Des Moines. Merle Chamberlain was visited over the weekend b; his brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Norris of Alexandria. Minn. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel had their son Bob as overnight guest Tuesdav. Bob had been at Sioux City and was enroute to Cedar Raoid? where he appeared on a T.V. interview. He was s'.ated for a wrestling match Wednesday evening at Cedar Rapids. Irene and Kalherine Fraser have returned to Owatonna and Minneapolis, Minn., after spending several days at the parental Clarence Frasers. They were joined here by Mr and Mrs James Fraser of Iowa City. Irene teaches at Owatonna and Katherine is a stenographer. James attends the state university. Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedi havr moved to Carroll 'and over a recent weekend they were visited by the latter's brother and sister Bill and Phyllis Elbert. Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert, the. parents, and children, John, Joeiand Mary Ann spent the weekend there They also stopped at Storm Lake to see Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen, former residents here. Crash Victim Rites Wednesday, Bancroft Rites Jan, 5 At Lakota Pictured above is the car which resulted in death for Richard J. Rahe, 19, of Bancroft, following an accident last Friday night. It was the first traffic fatality of 1957 in the county. Funeral services for Richard J Rahe, 1!!, of Bancroft, were held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. John's Catholic church. Fr. J. H Schultes officiated and burial followed in St. John's cemetery Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Richard became the first auto fatality of 1957 for Kossuth county when he died late Sunday afternoon in Holy Family hospital at Estherville of injuries i - e- coived in a one-car crash at 10 p.m. Friday. He succumbed to head injuries and a broken neck. Young Rahe and a companion, Richard Krapp, 19, also of Bancroft, were returning from the St. John's - Swea City basketball game at Swea City at the time of the mishap. The crash occured a mile and a half west of Bancroft on a blacktop road near a lane'leading to the Schiltz goose farm. , It was understood Rahe was attempting to turn into-the driveway so he could return Krapp to the Schiltz place where he is employed. Rahe was thrown from the machine and was found lyjng approximately 50 feet from it. Auxiliary Initiation The Algona American Legion* Auxilary svill hold its regular monthly meeting next Monday, Jan. 14, at the Legion Hall. Initiation of new officers will take place, and a lunch will be serv- d. Land." . Pallbearers were H. H. Murray. Charles Gutknecht, Burdette Hoeppnor, Jake Kiewet, Guy Beemer and Hilrner Hansen. Lakota — Funeral services for Miss Emma Thaves were held here at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Presbyterian Church with Rev Harlan Kruse in charge. Emma Thaves was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Godfrey Thaves, and was born at Muscoda, Wis., Nov. 3, 1877, and was brought to this community in 1879. She has continued to make Lakota her home throughout the years. For several years she operated a dressmaking and millinery shop in partnership with Miss Emma Gutknecht and was an accomplished seamstress. In 1924 Emma and her sister Louise bought a grocery store which they operated until 1941. Miss Thaves was preceded in death by her parents, six brothers and two sisters, and is survived by her sister Louise with whom she has made her home for many years. ,„. Emma passed away at her home early Thursday after an illness of about two months, altho she had been in failing health for two years. The male quartette, sang "Beyond the Sunset" and "Beautiful Augusta Clark Services Held Funeral services for Mrs Augusta S. Clark, 75. a long-time resident of Algona, were held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Presbyterian church with Rev. M. H Brower officiating. Burial was in Riverview cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Clark died Sunday morning in the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Joe Henrv, with whom she had been living a short time. Augusta S. Rustrum, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lars Rustrum was born in Sweden Mar. 30. 1881, but came to this area whe-n ••mly two years old with her parents. She lived in Algona the rest of her ilfe with the exception of nine years in Chicago and ^even years in California. She was married to Paul E. Clark Mav 23, 1907 in Chicago. Survivors include her husband. a daughter, Leona (Mrs Joe Henry), both of Algona; a sister, Mrs Eva Kennedy, Fullerton, Cal.; and a brother, Ernest Rus- trum, Portland, Ore. She was preceded in death by a son. Sidney who died in aA auto accident In California in 1936. Pallbearers at the funeral were Mam-ice Devine, Carl Hutchins, Brady Rovn, Fred Geigel, Robert Loss and Harm Helmers. G. W. Boevers Rites Tuesday , Funeral rites for George W Boevers, 97, a. resident of Kossuth county for many years, werr held in McCullouih's Funrr-' Chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday with Rev. Harry Whyte, Met hod is minister, officiating. Burial was in Riverview cemetery. Mr Boevers died Jan. 3 in the home of a son, Dr. M. L. Boevers in Lafayette, Cal. where he had been living. Survivors include three sons Donald, Fenton; Kenneth, Arizona and Maurice, California; five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs Lena Pierce. Dwight, 111. For many years Mr Boevers was a member of the Algona Methodist church. He was adso a former stockholder in the Aleona creamery, %vas trustee of Union township for several years and also was treasurer of the school board. He was born Oct. 20, 1859, in Sangamon county, 111. and was raised and educated there. He woiked on his father's farm until he married Mary Dau in 1885. The same ye&r he tnirchased a quarter-section of land in Palo Altc county and moved to Iowa. Pallbearers at the funeral were Stanley Gardner, Art Gruik shank, Frank Hofius, Alfred Schenck, Lester Johnson and Harry Ward. Connie Priebe In Scholarship Final Connie Priebe of Algona. sen- ioi in the local high school, is one of 7,500 high school students still in the running for a four year college scholarship out of 162,000 seniors who began competitive exams. The awards are being given by the National Merit Scholarships Corp. Survivors will now undergo further screening. The successful 700 will have •t choice of colleges varying with ih'eir financial needs. (Nels Isaacson photo—UDM engraving) Dies, New Mexico Gertrude Wheelock Zink, a sis ter of- the late John Wheelock, died Dec. 31, at Roswell, New Mexico, it was learned here this week. Funeral services were held Jan. 2. CONNIE PRIEBE Convention Delegates Delegates from Kossulh county to the State Education Ass'n convention are Kathryn Sorensen, Algona; Leo Willadsen, Ledyard; and William Litllejohn of Lu Verne. The convention •will be held Feb. 1 and 2 in Des Moines. OmtTypt Cottar Deep Pocktts With Septntt Pencil Slot — Button Down FUpi Tapered to Remove Excess Fullness at Wiltt Interlined Cuffs Wide Belt Loops Pockets 2.50— wt. Boetsall Drill Thread Rivets Reinforce Points of Strain All Edges S«rjed No Raw Edges Zipper Fly Sturdy heavy duty zipper — Neat, Convenient Crotch Seam Taped for Comfort and Strength Dress Pants Cuffi - SANFORIZED Green or Grey Pants - 3.98 Shirts - 2.98 Look Your Best On The Job! 16 SMITH UNION MADI *Q ITCHED SHIRTSandPANTS 'Big Smith matched shirts and pants fit better—look better—and wear better because they're mad» to fit In fine, long wearing: Big 1 Smith fabrics! In all Sanforized materials, vat dyed and fast color. 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