The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 9, 1957
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6-AI§ono (la.) Upper D«t Mttlnet Thursday, May 9, 1957 Two Funerals Past Week, At Swea City Swea CiJ-y — Funeral services for John W. Brur<\ 6.S, resident of this community fur over 60 years, \Vrre held Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. S. II. Hammer, pastor of First Methodist Church, officiated at the services. The Curlis Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements, with burial in Harrison Township Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Brock. Ross Elliott, Harold Opsal. Vivian Kinney. Bernard Sorenson and A C. Pavik. Mr Bruce, who died unexpectedly Wednesday morning at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. was born in St. Paul and when a child came with his parents to Swea City where he has sinco made his home. He never mar-| ried. He was preceded in death by his parents and three sisters, two of \vhom were Mr.* Ray Spcr- beck and Mrs W. H. Barge'r, both formerly of Swea City. Seven nieces survive, also a brother-in- hiw, W. H. Barger. A nephew. Lt. Donald Barger, lost his life in action during World War II. Mr Bruce, who was engaged in the true-king business, was a veteran of World War I. The American Legion, of which Mr Bruce was a member, conducted graveside ceremonies. Mrs Nelson Rites Funeral services for Mts W. O. Nelson, 83, were held Wednesday afternoon, May 1. at the F^rst Baptist Chur.rh, with Rev. Eugene Olson, pastor of the Baptist church at Estherville, officiating. Pallbearers were Selmer Uhr, Austin Fretty, Dillard Bishop, William Nangle, John Nangle, and Nolan Nelson, Jr. Mrs Nelson, who had been in failing health for some time, died in an Estherville rest home where both she and Mr Nelson had been living. She was born June 18, 1874, at Earlville, 111. The family farmed near Swea City for many years, later moving to town where Mr Nelson was in business as a livestock buyer. About 20 years AUTO LIFE I N SUR A NC E INSURANCE My company offers all 3! 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And there's a size to suit your needs. Ask us where you can see a new Butler Building in We near you. It will pay you to get our price before you build. Wo will be glad to work with your architect or you can use our complete building service. Call or write us,., today! -BUTLER: WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bud) West, Sales Representative 805 So. 15th Phone .43321 I Fort Dodge, Iowa ago they moved to Spirit Lake, and from there moved to Estherville about five years ago. To Wed Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer announce that their daughter, Sedell Maria, will be married June 14 to Darrol Bishop, son of Mr and Mis Dillnrd Bishop, all of Swea City. Miss Hammer attended Iowa State Teachers College and for the past two years has been teaching in Lakota. Her fiance, who is in the U.S. Army, is stationed at Carrizozo, New Mexico. W.S.C.S. Installation New officers of W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist Church wer« presented in an installation ceremony May 1. Rev. S. H. Hammer, pastor, was in charge ot the ceremony, which was preceded by a dedication hymn. Officers installed for the year are: President, Mrs Harold Jones; vice president, Mrs Ronald Johnson; Recording Secretary, Mrs Derwood Voigt; Treasurer, Mrs Gifford Srnith; Promotion, Mrs Lawrence Hanson; Missionary Education, Publicity and Printing, Mrs Mervin Johnson; Christian social relations, Mrs Clarence Gardner; Local church activities, Mrs R. F. Snyder, Mrs George K. Nelson, Mrs Brink Shipler and Mrs Harvey Hubbard. Supplies, Mrs Edward Stewart; Literature and publications, Mrs Glen Curtis; Student Work, Mrs Mancil Hurlburt; Youth work, Mrs Kenneth Emery; Children's work, Mrs Lynn Pulver, Mrs Spencley Mather, Mrs Dean Swanson; Spiritual life, Mrs James Harner; Status of women, Mrs Cecil Godfredson; Membership, Mrs William Thompson. To Support Child At their meeting Tuesday evening the American Legion Auxiliary voted to provide for an assigned child, the eight year old son of a veteran. Contributions for the child, who is not further identified, are handled through the Department office. Mrs Kenneth Kollasch, unit chairman, announced that the group had purchased a $25 share in the medical clinic to be built in Swea City. The nominating committee was named, with Mrs R. E. Berg as chairman. Also appointed was a committee to investigate the advisability of incorporating the unit. Excerpts were read from a history of the local Auxiliary which has recently been completed by Mrs A. M. Kollasch. There were vocal solos by Jim Hardt and Janet Thoreson. The girls' sextet composed of Mary Lou Blomster, Edrys Peterson, Nancy Weber, Judy Bravender, Loretta Mino and Reta Walker, sang several numbers. Accompanists were Lowell Greenfield and Jim Hardt. Mrs Fern Peterson, County President of American Legion Auxiliary, attended the 8th district conference in Garner Tuesday. The Lions' sponsored white elephant sale held Saturday evening at Gabby Motors salesroom netted over $400 for the medical clinic fund. V.F.W. members served lunch at their hall across the street, with proceeds marked for the clinic. William Lyle, coach and science teacher for the past two years, will teach in, the Sioux City school system next year, where he will be assistant coach in one of the high schools. Mr and Mrs Leslie Cassem, former residents now living in Otho, are the parents of a daughter, Kathleen Leslie, born April 26. The Cassems are now the parents of five daughters. Guests of Mr and Mrs Art Collins are Mr and Mrs Paul Hargrave, Port Arthur, Texas. Mrs Collins and Mrs Hargrave are sisters. Thirteen members were present at the meeting of St. Ann's Circle Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Fred Albers. Hostesses for the next meeting are Mrs Louise Kollasch and Mrs Bill Weltha. Mrs Wallace Dawson, Clarion, arrived Sunday for a visit at the .home of her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Moellering, and also at the home of her other daughter, Mrs Richard Stevens. The Order of Eastern Star held a special Friendship Night at COOK'S RADIATOR REPAIR SERVICE •!•*••••••• The First TO Cut RADIATOR & CORE COSTS TO THE CONSUMER ALL OF OUR RADIATORS AND !•••••••••••* IP^MUwBr * DOWN RADIATOR CORES IN SPITE OF RISING COSTS GET OUR PRICES! (THESEiWOMENI "April 4th? I was probably doing my nails— I'm ALWAYS doing ray nattftl" their hall Tuesday evening, attended by about 100 persons. Mrs Luella Hanson, Britt, "Grand Chaplain, did the initiatory work. In memory of Mrs Walter G. Smith, a charter member of the Swea City Public Library board, Mrs Ida E. Larson, former resident now living in Fairmont, has contributed to the library the two volume Milton Gross" Encyclopedia of the Great Composers and Their Music. In 1930 both Mrs Smith and Mrs Larson were appointed to the first library board. Until her death March 28, Mrs Smith had served on the board continously for 27 years, and for 24 years she was president. Dr. and Mrs Donald Harr and daughters Alison, Stephanie and Pamela, now living in Kansas City, will move to Billings, Mont., on July 1. The family frequently visits in Swea City at the home of Mrs Harr's parents, Mr and Mrs R. E. Berg. Dr. Harr, now a member of the staff of Kansas City General Hospital, will enter private practice in Billings. HOSPITALS Apr. 23 — Mrs Margaret Rosenberger, Algona, medical; Joseph E. Loebach, Whittemore, medical; Eugene Muller, Algona, medical. ' Apr. 24 — Susan Potter, Burt, T & A; James Elsbecker, Bancroft, T & A; Rita A. Streit, Whittemore, medical; Baby Kathleen Inman, Bancroft, medical. Apr. 25 — Robert J. Stephenson, Jr., Algona, accident; Peter J. Fuchsen, Whittemore, accident. Apr. 26 — Mrs Melvin Haase, Algona, girl,, 8-8; Anne M. Kollasch, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs Harley Troutman, Jr., Algona, girl, 9-9Vi. Apr. 27 — Charles Froehlicll, Wesley, medifal; Mrs Joe Henry. Algona, Isadore, surgery; Algona, Sister Mary medical; Mrs Clarence Yoch, West Bend, girl, 6-14. Apt. 28 — Sister Mary Nicola, Wesley, medical; Mrs Setmef E. Uhr, Swea City, surgery; Mrs Julius Studer. Corwith, accident; Erasmus R. Studer, Clarion, accident; Mrs Erasmus Studer, Clarion, accident. Apr. 29 — James McMahon, Algona, surgery; Mrs Harold Zimmerman, Whittemore, girl, 8-11'/a; Mrs Don Prieskorn, Algona .surgery. Apt. 30 — Mrs Marvin Montag, West Bend, maternity. WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson, Mr and Mrs Ed Kerr and Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and Douglas attended the wedding of the former couple's nephew, Gene Nemmers, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Nemmers, and Mary Dooly, daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Dooly, 'Saturday, April 27, in St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft. The groom • operates the Sieg Auto Supply Co. in Algona and his wife is employed in the Welp's Drug Store in Bancroft where the young couple live. Dennis Carlson was taken to a Mason City hospital Monday of last week for medical care. Mr and Mrs Harold Warner and children and his mother, Mrs Lena Warner of Ledyard were Sunday evening, April 28 visitors in the Everett Ackerson home and made the acquaintance of the Ackerson twins, Debbie and Denny. IT IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT ATTENTION POULTRYMEN In spite of the reported increase in Chick Sales and Orders this spring, we are able to offer you a contract FOR NOT LESS THAN 50c per dozen the year around. We Have Averaged Over 60c Per Doz. Over The Past Two Years. FLOCKOWNERS REPORT OVER $3 PER HEN PROFIT PER YEAR If Interested, Call or Write Us IOWA BROILER EGGS BURT, IOWA PHONE 167 (9tf) Auction Sale IN ALGONA Tietz Property 7 ROOM HOUSE WITH BATH, AND LOT WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AU CTION ON Saturday, May 18, 1957 2 o'clock P,M, LOCATION — On East Nebraska St. (119 E. Nebraska), second house east of Dau garage. DESCRIPTION - Lot Seven (7) in Block Twenty-eight (28), Original Plat, AN gona, Iowa. Lot is 65 ft, x 133 ft. approximately. THE PROPERTY A modern home, seven rooms «nd bath. Downstairs has'living room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs .has three bedrooms. Coal burning furnace, Hot water heater. Garage. Near-full basement. Adjacent to business district. TERMS OF SALE 1-Bidders can bid on complete property, house and lot, 2-Bidders can bid on the house alone, to be removed by buyer within 60 days. 3-Bidders can bid on the lot alone, in case best bid is for house to be moved. 4-Garage will be sold separately in event the house is sold separately. Sellers will reserve right to reject any or all bids. However, they also reserve right to sell under plan one (1), or a combination of plan two and three (2), (3), and (4), whichever is the best bid or combination of bids. Successful purchaser will pay 50% down el successful bid if for house alone. If for both house and lot, 20% down at time of sale/ balance en delivery of merchandise title and abstract. In case of lot sold separate, 20% at time of sale. Possession and delivery of abstract within 60 days or possibly sooner, and final payment by purchaser at that time, Inspection of Property Can Be Arranged by Calling CY 4-2195 Heirs of Frank Tietz Dolt Yvngeberg, Auctioneer ROSINE W. WOLTER, Agent Lorn Creek Leaders The regular meeting of the Lotts Creek Leaders was held at Lotts Creek School, April 15. The meeting was called to order by Barrel Wichtendahl. Charlotte Wichtendahl and Ruth Erickson were chosen as delegates fof camp with Ardyth Drone as an alternate and Dar- rel Wichtendahl fof short course. Buy* Guernsey lull Fritz Freyholtz, Fenton, has purchased the registered Guerri* sey bull, Witchwood Helios Dictator according to the American Guernsey,Cattle Club. The new sire wns bought from John Waisanen, Arthyde, Minn. At The Algona Upper Des Moines C00MZ mm THE NEW CARNATION SALAD CREAM DRESSING (CULTURED SOUR CREAM) Makes That Really 'Different 1 COLE SLAW Makes The New 'POTATO CHIP DIP' You've Been Reading About Makes Truly Succulent SWISS STEAK Delicious For BAKED SALMON or FISH Gives a Tang to FRUIT SALAD See How Susan Lowe Uses It ! I BROWN'S DAIRY Distributors of CARNATION Dairy Products FREE! CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESE FREE! 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