The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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UBMt Wafti Ads Pay Dividends DIAMONDS • SURPLUS "Free For All" SHOE SALE The Most Terrific Stock of Sports and Work -Shoes We've Ever Had — AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS TO YOU I ! I SPORT SHOES in three dif- erenf and handsome styles —mocassin toes and regular toes — brown and tan — spring soles — a whale of a shoe value at M "JM the one price of — ^m t H 1 WORK SHOES with cushioned insole — molded back — storm welt — nail- ess corksole construction— —compare with shoes that sell for $7.00! Priced here at WORK BOOTS in comfortable eight-inch style — cork sole — Retan upper —built, to resist acid and built for maximum^ wear—priced at — No men's Shoe Values Like These Anywhere in Town! Sizes 6-12 ALL SIZES DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Mrs Barnes Rites Monday AfWhitfemore Whiltemore— Funeral services for Mrs Josephine Barnes, 83, were held Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic church, Rev. William Veil officiating. Hyink Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Earl Elbert, Andy Elbert, James B. Geelan, Lewis Duffy, Francis J. Lonergan and George Lawhorri: ^Interment was at St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs Barnes was born January 31, 1872, at Green Island, Iowa. October 13, 1808, she was united in marriage ,to Dr. H. C. Barnes at Rolfe. He preceded her In death May 14, 1947. She is survived by two daughters,' Mrs George J. Elbert of Whittemore and Mrs Herbert French of Rossie and one son, Hubert Barnes of Wheeling, West Virginia, also one sister, Mrs Archie White of Coleville, Wash. She made her home with her daughters for a number of years and while here she attended the music recital held at the Plantation, May 9 and had the misfortune to fall, and was taken to St. Ann hospital where she was a patient until July 5, when she was brought to the home of Mr and Mrs George J. Elbert, where she passed away Saturday morning. Near Inch of Rain Whittemore and nearby vicinity was showered with 9/10 of an inch of rain at mid-afternoon Sunday. The rain fell in an area of about a mile around town. Only about .02 of an inch was reported south and east of here. Four miles north and west a severe wind caused considerable damage to the corn and at the Harry Seely farm the garage was twisted. Mr Seely's car was not in the' garage and was saved from L. S. BOHANNON The tourist season is on. I hate lo think what would happen if a tornado or fire would, put us out of business during Ihe next few months. Is there insurance lo pay the cost of operating in temporary quarters, and the loss of income if our present location were destroyed? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. Unusual Opportunity In Liquid Fertilizer Manufacturing-- Fertilene Corporation of America, leading manufacturer of liquid fertilizer, is establishing a number of plants throughout the nation under a franchise plan. Here is an unusual opportunity for individuals, farm co-ops, elevators, fertilizer, seed or implement dealers, reputable farmers, etc. Investment required $20,000-$50,000 . . . Must be able to furnish highest references and financial standing. If you can qualify and want to get into a profitable manufacturing business that can return your original investment in 3 years, phone or wire collect or write for full details. Fertilene Corporation of America 251 Central Park West, New York City Phone Susquehanna 7-3320. NOW OPEN For Business Your New Skelly Station at 706 E. State St. Although still getting settled, we will welcome your business now. Watch For Our Grand Opening OBBA KELLY ERVICE TATION the storm. At Aunt's Funeral Mr and Mrs Ottd Belty Mr arid Mrs William Meyer Sr,, Mrs Vfatilda Meyer arid Mrs Maurice Schwint "were at Glenwood, Minn., Monday, July 25, where ;hey visited their aunt. Mrs Ida Andregg. On Wednesday, July 10, Mrs Andregg passed away. Those from here who attended ler funeral Saturday were Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and Otto Bell, of here, and William Bell, of West Bend. Farewell Party ' A farewell party was held Monday night in honor of Mr and Mrs George Meyer, by their leighbors. Present were Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Sdward Maahs, Mr and Mrs Robert Fleming, Mr and Mrs Marion Hyink, Mr and Mrs Her- Dert Zumach, Mrs Amanda Ruhn- ce, Mr and Mrs Theodore Biersted. Mr and Mrs Meyer will move to their home they purchased this summer in the south part of town. 500 was played, iSdward Maahs winning high, Eldora Zumach high for the wo- nen, Archie Voigt, low, George VIeyer travel, and Mrs George Meyer low. Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz ind son Martin, Mr and Mrs Her- Dert Potratz and son David and Dean, of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz and family and _.randson, Micheal Berkland, and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and 'amily of Fenton, and Mrs Loren Barker and family, of Plover, all gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Potratz in Denison Sunday at a picnic dinner which the guests brought with ,hem. Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz and son Robert visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Waite, at Ventura. The twin sons of the Waite's celebrated their third DirtHdays. Mrs Waite was the 'ormer Mary Braatz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Werner Braatz. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems Sunday evening to celebrate Mr Sieme's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Thoman Dunphy, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell, Mr and Mrs Kermit Kuecker, of here; Mr and Mrs Herman Haack, Mrs Frieda Siems of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner, and Mrs Ida Kuecker of Lotts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Kuecker of Cylinder. The South-side 500 club met at the home of Mrs Matilda Greinert Monday evening. Elda Baas, winning high, Mrs Louis Braatz, second high and Mrs Anna Wehrspan, low. Mrs Jerry McKean and family of Algona sperjt the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker here. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith accompanied by Mr and Mrs Herman »Voigt and Mrs Matilda Meyer drove to Pomeroy, Sunday, where they visited with Mrs Stella Meyer, at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Herman erdes. Mrs Ernie Meyer visited with Mrs Ferdinand Meyer who is in a rest home in Burt last week. She suffered a slight stroke two weeks ago. Paul Maahs, son of Mr and Mrs eorge Maahs, had the misfor- ;une to fall out of a tree at the Harry Schmeling home while at Dlay Saturday and broke his arm just below the elbow and above iiis wrist. Dorothy Rosendahl and sons rlalph, Danny, and daughter Kay Frances, and Ronald Hedin, vis- ted with Mr and Mrs Mac VanAllen, at Callender, la., and with Mr and Mrs Herman Rosendahl, n Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and sons Gayle and Roger visited with Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and family in Albert Lea Sunday. Myron and Bruce Barker of Plover spent from last week Sunday until Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz. Mr and Mrs Carl Voigt ot O$age spent a week vacationing here and at Algona and Rolfe visiting with relatives. The Voigts were former Whittemore residents. Mrs Conrad Higgins visiting at the home of her son and family in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnkc an:! son Everett, and daughter Jeanette, of Lotts Creek visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke Friday night. Mr and Mrs Carl Dehner and son James of Cascade, la., spent the weekend at the home o£ Mr and Mrs James B. Geelan. Mr and Mrs Harold Voii't of Algona and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny, and cUiut'li- ter Kay Frances, visited with Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt Sunday evening. James Kollasch moved his family and household furniture from the tenant house at the Crotty farm to tho home o.' Mrs John Meine, in Whittemoro, Monday. Mrs Joe S. Nordsolh arrived back from Sioux Falls, S. D. where she spent a week taking care of business matters. Their •furniture arrived here Thursday evening by moving van. Charles E. Kollasch cocaine suddenly ill .Sunday night and was taken to St. Ann hospital by Dr. Horton for a thorough check up. Mrs Herbert French and family of Rossie was called to the George J. Elbert home on account of the serious illness of hoc mother, Mrs Josephine Barnes. Mr and Mrs Adolph Noo anu Maurice and Rita Elbert of Metamora, III. spent last week at the homo of Mr ;md Mrs P. J. Fuchsen. The latter two were hero to attend the funeral of "theii brother, Harvey Eibert. Mr and Mrs George Huupt, Mrs Fred Smith and Neil DUJUI- iiiKtun of Saiidu.'Ky, Mich. IIIK! Mrs Aimu Crown of S STR)CTLV. BUSINESS by "Do you hear something ticking?" tending summer school at Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., was a Sunday guest at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Yoimgquist. Mr Anderson's en- agement to the Youngquist's atighter Lorraine was recently announced. . Mrs Roy Valvick was host recently to 12 women of the neighborhood at a get-acquainted party. Thursday, August 4, 1955 Algeria (lo.) Upper De» Molnei-7 Mr and Mrs Ormond Otterson and son Donald of Winnebago, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Marvin Uhr of Fairmont, Minn., were Thursday evening guests at the home of Mrs Otterson's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Roy Val- vick. The occasion was Mr and Mrs Otterson's 30th wedding anniversary. Wis. visited with Mrs Catherine O'Brien in Whittemore and other relatives in this vicinity. Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley were Mr and Mrs James Cody of Hurt and their son. Frater John Cody of St. Augustine Seminary, Bay St. Louis, Miss., who spoke and showed slides ot missionary work in China, at the C. D. of A. meeting at the Academy hall Thursday evening. Hildreth R. Pettit of Whittemore was extended an invitation by Valparaiso University, at Valparaiso, Ind., to attend the second annual campus convention of the Valparaiso Advisory Council on August 5-6. Mr Pettit was a member of the council last year and was again chosen this year. Mr and Mrs Gene Martini of here have just returned from a week's vacation at Estes Park. Mi- Martini won a week's vacation with all expenses paid for himself and Mrs • Martini from the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. They 1 were at the Black Hills, and also at Denver, Colo., and other points of interest. Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family, Mrs Anna Baas and dau ghter Elda of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs William Paetz and daughter and Mr and Mrs John Kettleson and family of Algona, helped Mrs George Baas celebrate her birthday Sunday afternoon. A number of relatives of Mrs Roy Adams helped her celebrate her birthday Friday. Present were her sisters, Mrs John Olson of Livermore; Mrs Joe McMahon of Gilmore City; •' Mrs Ronald Hoag of Bradgate; and Mr and Mrs C. C. Knoll of Battle Creek, la. The Knolls visited here for several days. Mrs John Dixon of Columbus, Ohio visited at. the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Conrad Higgins last week. Sunday evening visitors at the Higgins home were Mrs Eliza Engle of Algona and Mrs Alice Mayficld of Raymond, la. WESLEY NEWS Elaine and Suzanne Sheridyn, daughters of Mr and Mrs Philip Sheridan of Northwood, spent tho past week at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Sheridan and at the Lael Root home. Doris Johns of Wilmont, Minn, spent the weekend at the J. P. Studur home. She is a classmate of Carol Studer at Good Council Academy, Mankato, Minn. Mrs Walter White and her mother, Mrs Susan Cullen of Emmetsburg and Miss Nellie Easton of Curlew called at the Alfred Erdman home Thursday afternoon, July 28. Frank Kelly Rites; Dies lif North Kossuth Swea City — Funeral services for Frank Kelly, who died Friday night, July 22, at his home.east of Swea City, were held Tuesday, July 26, with a brief prayer service at the Curtis Funeral Hotne in Swea City, followed by services in the Methodist church at Ledyard and burial in Armstrong Grove cemetery at Armstrong. Pastor F. M. Hartung of Mason City was in charge. Mr Kelly, who had observed his 67th birthday on July 16, had been in poor heatlh for some time, and exploratory surgery performed this past spring had disclosed inoperable cancer. He had been cared for at his home in the Gerled community by his wife and other relatives. The Kellys had no children, but had reared a niece, Deloris Mayne, now Mrs Arden Anderson of Cook, Minn., who has been assisting in his care. Mr Kelly's parents, Mr and Mrs Nathan Kelly, preceded him in death. Surviving are his widow, a brother Charles of North Dakota and two sisters, Mrs Roy 'Miller of Fairmont, and one in Idaho. Another brother died last winter. Mr Kelly was ra'ised in the East Chain community but had been a resident of this area for many years. He had been employed ,by the state highway maintenance service. Pallbearers were six nephews, Edward, Lester, Harold, Glen, Tom and Claude Kelly. Mr and Mrs Donald Looft and family of Alexandria, Virginia, are visiting at the parental E. G. Looft home near Ledyard and in the home of Mr Looft's brother- in-law and sister, Dr. R. F. Snyder. Mr and Mrs John Nyman drove to Des Moines on Sunday to visit in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wayne Hershberger. On Monday they attended funeral services at Ames for Mr Hershberger's father. Mr and Mrs Harm Drew and family of Waterloo were weekend visitors with Mrs Drew's parents, Mr and Mrs Ole Roalson and other Swoa City relatives. Larry Stenzel and Maurice Lee Anderson left Sunday to spend a week at the boys' Bible camp near Story City, sponsored by the Lutheran Brotherhood. A group representing the Immanucl Luther League will spend next week at Lutheran Bible camp at Okoboji. Richard Anderson, who is at- Looking £or...EOOFBR? IUMB2R? CONCRETE PRODUCTS ? the bell! Real "bell ringer" transportation service is the usual thing on The Milwaukee Road because Milwaukee employes give it all they have. i 100% modern diesel and electric power. "Push button" freight classification yards that protect your valuable freight while avoiding congestion and delay. Progressive management. Fast, efficient performance by alert personnel. ' As a shipper you're interested in service that rings the bell. Call your Milwaukee Road agent while this ad is fresh in your mind. You'll find he talks your language. toofcc.ffn.mop/ SHIP-TRAVEl tf you or* looking for a •)!• foe your bu.ln.n, aik ui. W. IWYO many dulrabU lorallonl. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD ROUTE 0> THI 5UPIR DOME HlAWATHAS Chicago/ Milwaukee, Si. Paul and Pacific Railroad STOCK G '9 ant!c Exhibits of Cattle, Horses, Swine, Sheep and Poultry, Biggest in History. Other Main Features are: • Auto Races, Every Day Except Aug. 30 and Sept. 3. • 80-Acre Farm Machinery & Farm Appliance Show. • Spectacular Night Show; Climaxed by Fireworks. • Thrill Shows-Nile, Aug. 27; Days, Aug. 30 and Sept. 3. • State Championship FFA & 4-H Club Contests. • Agriculture, Horticulture & Home Activities Shows. • Royal American Shows on World's Biggest Midway. • Score of Famed Northwest Bands and Orchestras. • Dairy, Honey, Fine Arts; School and State Exhibits. • Nile Horse Show, Aug. 28 thru Sept. 2, and Sept. 4; Matinees, Sept. 2, 4 & 5. IT'Order reserved grandiland and* 1 Ji. hone >how ft $1.50 and $' ^AddreisMInn irved grandiland and*!! w lickoli by mail— U $2.00, Including tax ff Inn. Slate Fair, St. Paul 1^ MINNESOTA STATI FAIR OPENS ' SATUROAV. •' CLOSES M.BORPAY Sept. 5 FARMALL OWNERS SPECIAL OFFE Read this caief ally Valve Job Piston Pin Bushings Gaskets Replace Points Clean Carburetor New Radiator Hoses Steam Clean Tractor Install Power Package Bearings Check & Clean Plugs Pack Front Wheel Bearings Check Transmission Level Adjust Clutch and Brakes Check Tractor SPECIAL PRICES FOR "H" FARMALL FOR "M" FARMALL $10555 $12555 SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL OTHER FARMALLS All Parts & Labor not Listed are Extra ALGONA IMPLEMENT Your International Harvester Dealer PHONE 52 ALGONA

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