The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 8
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irr The Algona Upper Pat Moinefl^ Algaaa, I<WA, Pw. 3,1937 DffiSATFEJrrON Youngster Is a Victim of Pneumonia; Bitei Held Wednesday Fenton: Karl Crouch, Jr., seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch, north of town, died Sunday evening from pneumonia after being sick only a few days. He is survived by his parents and a brother, Jerry. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. J. T. Snyder at the Fenton M. E. church on Wednesday afternoon and Interment In the cemetery here. Birthday Surprise Mrs. Everett Dreyer was honored at a birthday surprise party Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at eight tables with Mrs. E. K. Johnson winning high score prize and Mrs. Charles Newel, the second high. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barey of Ames spent the week end at the Jens Halverson home. Alex Wtftte, Jr., of Minnesota is spending several days here with his uncle, Dr. J. T. Waite. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kulow entertained the Art Spealing family of Cylinder at dinner Sunday. Carol Wander of Des Moines spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander. Phyllis Gibbons visited with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson. Algona, from Thursday to Sunday. Hans Krause and Lawrence Glaus left Friday In the former's car for points In the western states looking for employment Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman and son, David, went to Minneapolis Saturday for a several days' visit with Mrs. Hantelman's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer and son, Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman nnd son, Leslie and Luella Schmidt, the latter of Lotts Creek, were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Muellers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wahlers of Swea City were Friday visitors with Mrs. Wahlers' brother-in-law an_ slater, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stmb* er. Mrs. J. A. Mueller and daughter Virginia Ruth, spent from last week Wednesday to Sunday with Mrs Mueller's aunt Mrs. ft. J. Calussen at Reinbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larson and daughter, Ruth of Ruthven, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkeland on Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Berkeland Is their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl and daughters, Marie and Helen drove to Minneapolis Saturday where Marie will take up a course In beauty culture. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Baker and daughters, Louise and Mrs. Arthur Thomas of Des Moines visited on Friday and Saturday at the W. J. Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. William Donahoe went to Davenport Monday and Mrs. Donahoe remained for further treatment after spending two weeks here with her family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nielsen are the parents of their first child, a boy born Wednesday, November 24, at the home of Mrs. Neilsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden entertained at dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Madden's birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laagc and Edith, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage and A. H. Peterson spent Thanksgiving at the Hans Wilberg home in Ringsted., Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and children, Lorraine and Marlin and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson were entertained at a turkey dinner on Sunday at the parental, Henry Wegener home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and children. June and Harold, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the Ben Weisbrod home In Enunetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Finnestad of Chicago came Monday and will accompany Mr. Finhestad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad to California Wednesday where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod spent from Wednesday to Friday with Mr. Welsbrod's mother, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod and" his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McConnell at Council Bluffs. 1,73, BURIEDINST.JOE Six Nephews Act As Pall bearers; Widow, 3 Children Survive St Joe: Edward Illg passed away at his home In Currle Minn., Nov. 18, 1937, at the age of 73 years, one month after an Illness of several months. He was born at Wheaton, Illinois, Oct 18, 1864, the oldest son of Joseph and Mary nig. At th e agre of 20 he moved with his parents to the Fred Hlg farm miles northwest of St. Joe. The following year he married Susan Zeller and four children were born to this union. Mrs. nig died August 24, 1907. Two years later he married Mrs. Margaret Decker. In 1015 he moved with his fam- ly to a farm near Currie, Minnesota, where he stayed until 1923 when he noved to the town of Currie where he lived until his death. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. dargaret Illg, three children, Mrs. Roney Thilges, Philip and Jake Hlg nd three step-children, Mrs. Math Ehlringer, John and Frank Decker nd two brothers, George and Fred Illg, ten grandchildren, six great- grandchildren and a large number of nieces and nephews and a host of friends here and In Minnesota. One son, Nicholas preceded him in death. Father Frank Illg, a nephew of the decaesed read the requiem high mass at 8:30 a. m. Monday In the Catholic church in Currie, Minn. On Monday afternoon at two o'clock burial took place in St Joseph's Catholic cemetery here with Father Illg in charge. Pall bearers were six nephews, Raymond, Vincent, Adolph, Gephart, Aloysius and Charles Illg, all sons of the late B. Illg. Those from a distance who accompanied the remains to St. Joe were: his widow, Mrs. Margaret Illft, Mr. and Mrs. Roney Thilges and daughter, Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Illg. Mr. and Mrs. Jake nig and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Math Ehlbringer and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker and John Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Illg, Mr. and Mrs. Gephart Illg. Raymond, Vincent, Aloysius and Charles Illg, George Krucher and Mrs. Caron, all from Minnesota, fttthet 1 Wank nig from Otto, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Mrs. 'John Hahn and Mrs. Jake Hahn all from Wheaton, Illinois, and Joe Helmke and John Tebbe from SpringbfoOk, Town. FENTON NEWS 3GGC6Q6CHC Mr. and Mrs. John Light and Mrs. Melvln Mansager and children Eugene and Delores visited with the Light's daughter, Mrs. Clyde from Wednesday to Friday. Frank Bailey and family of this place, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Whitlow and family of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Clark of Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. J. T. Walte home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and daughter. Florence, Mr a.nd Mrs. Don Weisbrod and daughters, Anna Rae and Marilyn were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mrs. John Kerber and daughter, Liois, Virginia and Irene Berkeland, Margaret Barkve and Lorraine Berkeland attended a Mother and daughter 4-H club banquet in the 5t. Thomas church in Emmetsburg, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and laughters, Alvlna and Ruth drove to Des Moines Friday and brought home their daughter, Alice for an overnight visit They took her back Saturday to resume her training at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Addle Sjostrum of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Nets Haugland of Dolllver and Mr. and Mrs. Amer Cody and family 67 Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, spent from Saturday to Sunday at the parental Lars Finnestad home. Mrs. Carrie Haase and daughter, Pearl and son, Gail of Algcna, visited at the Theo. Weisbrod home Thursday evening and took home with them, Mrs. Haase's grandson, Larry Gade, small son of the Her man Gade's for a few days' visit. The Independence township training school was held at the home of Mrs. Arthur Juhl on Tuesday, Nov. 23rd. Attending were Mrs. Art Volgt. Mrs. John Kerber, Mrs. Melvin Mansager, Mrs. Alfred Muir, Mrs. Derwood Kern and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. Mrs. Paul Heacock and daughter, Elaine and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kerstein and family of Clinton, Minn., spent from Wednesday to Monday her e with Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz. Mrs. Heacock and tfr. Kerstein are sister and brother of Mrs. Gramenz. A/? noun cinq TWO NEW FORD V-8 (AKS FOKI938 THE D E LUXE 85 HORSEPOWER THE STANDARD 60 OR 85 HORSEPOWER DE LUXE FO«D V-8 .. . 112" uheMoM; B^W nr Improved Easy-Action Safely lirukvs; O/iier-/ J i>i'i« Hide; All- Heel body; Mohair or Broadcloth upholder?, Hulnut-finished trim; Tuin horns, tail lighli, tun uWs; Clo.k; tiM' 1 ulnck tirei, uhite tide-walls are eitra; U body types; 6 colon. STANDARD FO*D V-8 ... 112" tcheelbat*; 85 or 60 karut- pouer engine; Improved Eaty-Actiort Safety Bruktt; Center* /'out Hide; All-tteel body; Broadcloth or Mohair uohol- ilery, Mohair extra in "60"; Mahogany-finished trim; Onei tail light, tun visor; Tuin horns; 3 body type*; 3 talon. F ORD offers two new tars f°,r K'32 — the Standard Ford V-8 and the De Luxe Ford V-8. They are different in appearance— but built to the same high standard of mechanical excellence — on the same chassis. Because people liked our 10'17 car so •well, they bought iiion; lh:m of any other make. They likc:d iu looks, it-, smooth performance, aim the way it handled. \\ e have improved on that cur in the newly styled Standard Ford V-8. But some folks wanted still inure size and style, with the bame Ford advantages. For them, we designed u neu IK- Luxe line. The De Luxe Ford V-8 Sedans are longer •with mure room, larger luggage space, and finer appointment? all around. De Luxe cars are equipped with the 83- horsepuwer engine only. The Standard is even lower priced than the De Luxe. It has graceful new lines and well-tailored interiors—with a choice of engine sizes—85 or 60 horsepower. Before Ford made V-type 8-cylinder engines available to every one, they were used only in expensive cars. Since then, four milliuri Ford owners have learned the genuine enjoyment of driving an eight- cylinder car with all-around economy. The thrifty '"CO" engine, especially, makes possible in Standard models a very low first cost and equally low operating cost. \\itli two distinct designs, two engine sizes and two price ranged, you'll find a l')''j'd Ford car to fit your needs exactly. P D I f r t ** «*•» OOMIUD M l\ I V. L > otnatr— TAXttuntA Stanford Ford V-8 169 fcp.)—Caooe. $S»; Tudor, 1644; kudu*,$*IA. Standard F»rJ V-« (85 hp.)—Coanv $62»; To**, $6*9; fWdor, $714. De l.m> VotA V-I (IS h». 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