The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1938 · Page 8
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If I O.WEHRSPANN, FENTON CITIZEN, RITESSATURDAY Old Friends Pallbearers at Fairville Church; Leaves Wife, Daughter Fenton: Funeral services for R. t>. Wehrspann were held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the home and at 2:30 at the St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. with the Rev. H. D Stahmer officiating. ^fiudolph Dsniol Wehrspann. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehr- spann was born January 22, 1887, near Fairville, Palo Alto county, Iowa. He was baptized by pastor, C. F. W. Maahs of Lotts Creek! After being instructed in the Lutheran faith, he was confirmed at St Luke's church, Fairville, by Pastor Oeorgi. On September 22, 1909, he was united in marriage to Clara Marie Votteler, also of Fairville This union was blessed with one daughter. Elvira. In December Mr. and Mrs. Wehrspann turned the farm over to the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit, and moved to their new nome in Fenton. A little over a year ago he became ill with lymphatic leukema. This gradually weakened him until bronchial pneumonia cut short his life and on last Wednesday he passed away. Mr. Wehrspann leaves to mourn besides his wife, onfe daughter. Mrs, Hildreth Pettit. Also two grandchildren and three brothers and seven misters. They are Gerhard Wehrspann. L. H. Wehrspann. Mrs. Henry Meyer. Mrs. Herman Baas, and Mrs. Henry Ostwald of Whittemore, Mrs. William Hanteiman and Mrs. Daniel Hanteiman of Fenton. Mrs. Ed Kressin of Lone Rock. Mrs. Glenn Hicks of Dubuque and Adolph at home. His father, mother and three sisters have preceded him in death. Interment was made in the Fairville cemetery. Pallbearers were Carl Beck Frank Humphrey. Julius Gremmels Herman Haack, Cliff Frink and Albert Schmidt. The AlgonatJpper DesMoines. Algona, lo^a, March 22.1938 In Ike WEEKS NEWS CURRENT EVENTS PHOTOGRAPH, H,H The Upper Des Moines P. J. Christensen Services Held on Saturday; Burial at Spencer Rites Here Simple And Impressive; Host Pays Final Tribute —, OF .. This picture sh{ws trorknsen ruins for the body of Warren R A-.fr-nceT met his death when his house coRsrt«»:S ~%- street at 2006 Los Encinos Street, Glendale Flood waters weakened the foundation and sent the iouse crashing into the street with tons of dirt jurying it. 8 TEAM BALL LOOP FORMED FOR KOSSUTH At n meeting held In Burt Wednesday night, the organization of the North Kossuth baseball league wag completed. Teams from the following towns take oart In this league com- Paroled Man To West Bend Home West Bend: Ray Haskin. whc? j was recently paroled after a in*' ; at Emmetsburg. on a charce of «rn- I bezzJement of bank funds. Er0 w- j ing from charges filed many years ' ago. was at his home here with his family, this week. Their plans for the future were not announced. Haskin was discovered on the Pacific coast, holding a reputable job and making good at it. before beins: brought back to face charges in Palo A!to county. Classified Ads For Sale Fined $3, Costs L. W. Keith. Algona. was fined $.T and .?2 costs in Justice Delia Welter's court. Saturday, on a charge of failing to stop at a stop sign. FOP. SALE—Good work horse, coming 5 years. Cash, pr will trade for young rattle.—Geo. Kohl. 5 mile= N. W. Algona. 32* Richpoint News Baawoft and TOonka. The league ha« accepted the applications of three neutral men for umpires but have to select one more since four will be needed. A set of by-laws hnve been drawn up to govern the league. It Is hoped that the forming of a league of this sort will revive the baseball spirit in our community, develop local baseball talent, and in playing real competitive biistball offer the baseball fans of Kossuth county a better brand of baseball than has heretofore been displayed. It is planned to open the season on Sunday. May Sth. Towns drawing opening games are Burt, EJmore Lotts Creek and Titonka. Dick Potter, Algona visited his cousin. Howard Rancy Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Dick Kain spent last week %!»V\rU?WWf h.er parantg. Mr. and iwld. jametf iJJWV. •-*,...,•, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Capeslus and daughter, Evelyn were Mason City shoppers Thursday. Mrs. Fred Geigel attended the Plum Creek Literary club meeting at the Harry Bode home Wednesday afternoon. Young folks home for the week end were Robert Black. Edmond Capesius. Dorothy Madwsley, students of Iowa State College at Ames Ruth Black. Milford, Pauline Black. Des MoincK and Roberta Skilling Ashton wort 1 also at home. FOR SALE—1937 Deluxe Ford like new. Private owner. Write o-o this office. ]2« FOR SALE—Three year old black Angus grade bull. Also have alfalfa hay.—M. A. Hauenstein. eight miles northwest of Algona. Phone 13F32 12' STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf Funeral services for P. j. Christensen, respected and active member of the Algona community for the past 15 years, were held Saturday afternoon at the-Congregational church here, with Rev. George C. Vance officiating. The services were simple. Rev Vance read from the scriptures and led in prayer, and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn played beautiful organ selections. Burial was at Spencer, Iowa. Businessmen Casket Bearers Businessmen, all associates of Mr Christensen during his career here, «cted as pallbearers. They were •Jerman Hauberg, Ralph Miller, K. D. James, Joel Herbst, Eugene Mur- agh and C. R. LaBarre. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. R H, •Illler, Mrs. C. H. Beardsley and wrs. H. M. Hauberg helped with he flowers and floral tributes. Mr. Christensen had been ill two years with a sinus infection, but kept actively engaged In the business as long as his health would let him. When the trouble became aggravated, he decided to go to Arizona, where he had been only a few weeks before death came, at Phoenix, last Tuesday morning. Never Knew of Fire Mr. Christensen was unconscious at the time that long distance telephone carried news of the serious fire in the Christensen store building to Phoenix. He was 49 years old. He was borrt^35B§yj2, 1888, at Spencer, a son^ , and Mrs. Nels Christensen. ^Tflr graduated from the Spencer high school and later married Vera Galloway of Es- Iherville, who'turyives him, as well as two children, John, 20, and Joyce 18, and two brothers, L, M, of Es therville, and Roy of Graetttnger and two sisters, Jewel Christensen and Cora Christensen, both o Spencer. His mother passed awaj recently, but his father is still liv ingr. At Esthcrvllle, Spirit Lake Mr. Christensen first entered business with his brother, L. M. Christensen at Esthervllle, and later for a number of years operated a store at Spirit Lake. In 1823 the Spirit Lake store was sold and the Christensen brothers purchased the Algona store from the J. C. Penny Co., and P. J. Christensen came here to take active charge. During his years in Algona, Mr. Christensen was an outstanding community leader. He was active in Commercial Club work, and later served as a Chamber of Commence director. He was a member of the Congregational church, and active In Its work^ tt« gtso was a member of the Klwanis club, but had dropped his membership when his health required him to exert less energy in public affairs, and turn some I attention to the state of his own health. Hardly a civic activity In the 15 years that did not find Mr. Christensen a hard worker and active booster in its behalf. His passing leaves genuine sorrow In the hearts of all who knew and admired him, and deepest sympathy for the bereaved family. Two Tickets Enter Lakota's Election On March 28, the town election of Lakota will be held, there being two tickets. On the people's ticket are mayor, H. H. Murray; for councilmen, Guy Beemer, W. E. Gutknecht, A. C. Schissel, Ray Smith »nd Ernest Trasamar; treasurer, H. D. Mussman; assessor, A. E. Ogren: New deal ticket—Mayor, August iauman; councllmen, J. E. Ukena, Jeorge Heetland, Fred Huittner, Jr , i. W. Roba, Louis Meyer; treasurer, Harry Warburton; assessor, T E. Smith. Swea City Ladies Are St. Pat Hosts Swea City: Mrs. A. H. Schuler, Irs. Art Christensen and Mrs. R. A. ravender entertained at a St. Pat- Ick's bridge party Thursday after- oon at the Bravender home. Six Wanted MOTOR SLUGGISH? Our motor analyzer tells accurately, quickly, unerringly, where the trouble is. Leaves nothing to guess. Drive in. —Wm. C. Dau Garage. 12 HELP WA.VTED-Agent- for major oil company bulk plant in Algona. Apply nt office, Algona Upper Des Moines. 12* Mrs. Pttcr Watnem. Mrs. Percy Watnem and Lola Watnem visited at the Lawrence Hanson home SPRffE TP THIS SPRING WITH A SNAPPY RECONDITIONED USED CAR— 1937 Ford sedan, 4 door, low mileage, heater, looks like new. $325. 1930 Tudor Ford, heater. Rood tires, only 17,000 miles. S4I5. 198fi Ford tudor, motor re- ••ndlttonrd. well carrd for and never abnwd, used M-MMO, car, 9355. I9S4 Chevrolet coach, motor all overhauled with new pistons and bearings, knee-action, at $275. We have other models from «!5 on up. Easy terms; vour present r»r may make the down piiyiuent. We trade! KENT .MOTOR CO. Algona, Iowa. j FOR SALE Alfalfa hay. in Oeo Miller barn near Plum Creek plc- vntor. SVc Jewel M. Larsen 12- WAiVTED— Competent womnn for general house work. Small family.—Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Algona, Iowa. 52* WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7. Algona. We pay all phone calls.-. Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf News FARM LOAN'S—Ten year farm loans. 4'i. no commission—C W Nicoulin, Real Estate, Algona. Iowa. 43-14* WANTKli—We buy hides, see us ' - Greenberg, AJgona. 3-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, e.: S o reaj buys on Al gona lots and homes.—KohJbaaj Bros., phone 22. Miscellaneous bout New SPRING SPOUTING repairs. Phone 83. Rusted, broken spouting replaced or repaired. Estimates furnished. -George Holtzbauer. 12 FOR SALE- Horse, mare, three years old, weight about 1400 )bs gentle and broke. Antrme Guerdet 3 miles east Armstrong. Iowa. 12-13- FOR SALE Guernsey rows, close fpringer.s. l'; miles south of fair ground. Carl Brown. 12* FOR SALE 14 head of mixe.l white furpd ralve.s. Weight 400 Ihs. 3 miles east and 2 miles south of Hurt. Frank Burger. ]2" SALE Used McCormlck- nvrrmg regulur Farmal] tractor MrCormic-k-Deering Store. Algona. 12 FOK .SALK i',td McCorniick- >••.• rin- No .j manure spreader T fi-iinn-k-lK-ttins Store. Algon . 12 GARDEN SEEDS-Most wanted vegetable varieties, both bultt and packet. Also see us for field seeds, all kinds.—Algona Flour & Fe «<l Co. 12-13-H Quality PRINTING Your Printed Material Is Your Persaaal Calling Card-Don't Let It Do You An Injustice • The next Time a transient tries tn .sell you printing call u.s in for ••onjparativp prices. ><'U uret what you p ay for mprmiinirton. We can sell a- clit-.'i|ily a- anvbody, but ^•prefer tod., a quality job worth a fi-vi- rents more. Check Up Now On Your - Letterheads .--Mem,, H,a,l, Envelopes -StaK-mms Kuied Booklet* and Forms Blotters -Kiiolo.ures There Isn't Anything We Can't Print! Call 230 The Algona Upper Des Moines "Buy At Home—It Pays Dividends" (.l- SAI.K |C;,! M,r,,rmi,~k- -iur_' !f)2 «,rn planter with trm- truck Mcf ( ,rmick-Ix-<-riri" I.p: i: S( -,| Karmall !r;irt- II 2.1\2>i rfar tires. Me'. Dcenr^' .-tore. Algcjna. 12 i» SALK l'M-,1 Mcformirk- iii'.' 'wo row Kiirmall cultivut- -Mcfor/ni, k-In-i-ring Store Al- 12 SMOKE, FIRE AND ASHES DONT STOP TS! We're Doing Business Right Along L«t us get a 4^ Long Term Farm Loan for You.' The offices of Algona National Farm Loan Association together with the Real Estate and Insurance Service of H. D. Hucthins have been moved across the street from our former location, to the Chrischilleg Block directly over the Coast-to-Coast Store. Call on us at any time. H. D. Hl'TCHINg Tel. 205-W Secretary- Treas. 11 ANNOr.NCEMENT I .'im ;i candidate for the democratic nomination for Supervisor from the fourth district. Kossuth county. Your vote and support will be urt-atly appreciated. Julius W. Hollig. I2-M' K< if .SAI.K (V,(:il McOormick- t •'• hiittiini M inch tractor Me CM,,,,,, k-r»ei-ring Store. 12 KOK SAI.K -j ton LWK VdInt«:rnation?ri motor truck Mc- n .Store. Aljjona. 1L> t'OR .SALE 2o~^d we»U-rn t-wc-a with lambs by hide. Cheap fhi-sttr Baily. Phone 2F23. Algona 12' FOR SALK Two tine quarters of 1-uicJ ad joining f)rit with Ten liiou.vuiri dollar improvement.s and the other with better than half that \\ithin an hour's drive of most of <iiir reader/- f;c,(jii .soil, f.ay.s well Fully *.-',o below value. .«WJ for one "id ?7i< for th.r other i,r $7.1 for tne two quarl.-rs Ki.-lc:ii Kh to an tliat K .M, ANNOI'NfE.MENT J am a candidate for County Supervisor of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the Jun.- prirnary. Your support and vot- will he greatly appreciated. A. R. Cruikshank. 12-1!*" ANNO! NfKMEXT I arn a candidate for reelection as supervisor of the third district on the Iiemoc-r;il;c ticket at the June primaries. Your sunnort and vote will be appreciated.— Wm Cosgrove. 7 . tf ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. g.[f POLITICAL ANNOfNOEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support ar-J help will be appreciated. -John Fraser. . ..Far);m.l \Ve FOR .SALK A white Orlund Kutkdi/c Kmden Algona. _ _ ___ FOR .SAL*~s7udcTaker sedan -l condition. Price for cjuitk sale (j R. Sjcjgren. Phone 13B. 12" A.NXOl 'NC'EMKNT I wish to announce rny candidacy for the republican nomination for supervisor of the .second district including Algona. Union and Plum free townships, .subject to the will of the voters at the June pri- j rnarits. C'lau.le A. Samson. 11-11: FOH SAJ.K A If,-, I fa ;,, R | straw l-.aled ur loos,.. A J Dittmer. Burt SEED COHN Sc«-d Corn. Seed ' -mi. Hixht.-»t yielding, lowest price- A <• , open polli/);,ttd ut hybrid. Carlisle. Whiittjuore 11-12' | LET MS VULCANIZElhole j en (ires and tubes. All work guar- 1 h "_ tt " trj _ Sampson Tire Service 6-tf F()R KALE Row boat. H ft.!, Hat bottom, like new. Mrs. E. L Harr. Irvington, Iowa. 11-12* For Your Car MOTOR DIAGNOSIS! Our mtiT- or analyzer scientifally tests com- uression. ignition, timing, spark plugs. Drive in for test. Wm. C Dau. 2 DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire o>tube. g.. tf A good spring day. a snappy car The itch to go, to travel far; Good taa and oil make* motors glow, See Carrol Johnson before you ten. 12 tables were played. Mrs. G. D. Curtis won high score, Mrs. J. E. Vaux, the travel prize, Meta Dreyer cut prize and Mrs. Rudy Hart, low. John Roths is down with the mumps at the George. K. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. George K. Nelson spent Friday and Saturday In Minneapolis. Tues.-Wed., March 22-23 LOW-DOWN, DOUBLE-CROSSING FAKE Col well Live Stock AUCTION Pair Grounds, Algona, Iowa PBIDA Y, MARCH 25, 1938 Our last F>j d .y Sale WM the largest sale held here this son. very clo«* to » J10.000.00 wle. Price, were good. We had a nice run of cattle. ho KS and horse,,. We expect another large sale this week In all departments. i, I,,"?''," 0 "' Hl>ted " CBr ' IOBd of fat c »«"«'. » «t»od number of light stock, steers and calves, some Rood springer cows and heifers, a few brood sows; 2 nearly new brooder houses, 300 red cedar posts. Brln* In your live stock, we will sell it either by the head or by weight The largest and best auction market in Kossuth county. You will be pleased with your returns. Will sell horses and mules In connection with the rest of sale. Vou can hltch ^j fest tnom Mm wtt|empnt |f| ^^ Bring in your good horses, the horse buyers will be here again. TERMS-CMh, •ettlementa promptly. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Iowa State Bank, Clerk LOMBARD Sport W It* IfCMWttC* ttfrlKV' - 15* »1 NOTHING *3f SACRED, Musical Thursday Thru Saturday, _ , A.4hitV.rial,fl««ue. (Second Feature) John Bole* Francis Drake "SHE MABRIED AN ARTIST'' Serial SUITQ forthat ^w»»» well dressed feeling CHRISCHILLES STORE typos, SWHm , ( . r ty^-with nnd without fur -.ill are here ,„ a bewildering variety of really alluring loveliness. Shuwn helow in the Jar^e fip,, re at the ri^ht, is a „„,,, tailored suit whieh eomes ,„ prey, oxford, brown; tan and blue with exelusive touches ot workmanship and material-sizes 32 to 44—priced $12.86 to $19.75. At the left (smaller figure) is a fur trimmed garment whieh combines both beauty and utility and is shown in tan only—$66.00. Center illustration show s the boxy '»• .swagger type jaeket, with c-hie. •-tylisli lines in many colors and just the tiling for the Easter parade. These suits are priced at $19.75 and $16.50. All that's news and new in Easter hats, nib.son Girl .sailors, sweet watteaiis, hret- ons, tailored top]>cr.s ... youiif,', new liats for every costume. P^lowered, veiled, beribboned. Straws, felts. All sixes. The Chrischiiles Store ,,, silk blouses complime ••

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