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8—Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 17, 1950 Fenton Boy, 3, Succumbs To An Operation Fenion — Gary Dean Schlei, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei of Fenton, died Jan. 11, as a result of a seriously impaired heart. The little fellow was three years old. Death came at Rochester. Because ot his heart condition. a most delicate operation was necessary. He was taken to the Mayo clinic. Complications, plus surgical shock, after a three hour operation, proved too much for the little boy. In addition to his parents, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zwiefel of near Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Schlei of Fenton, survive, as well as a number of uncles, aunts and cousins. Funeral services were held Jan. 13, at the home, and the Fenton Methodist church, with Rev. Forrest E. Flowers officiating. Vocal numbers were rendered by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and Mrs. Fred Mortensen, with Mrs. Clarence Osborn at the organ. Pallbearers were Dale Weisbrod, Lloyd Kern, Willard Menz and Ralph .Weisbrod. Burial was in the Methodist cemetery at Fenton. Out-of-town relatives and friends who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Zwiefel and Orlo, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel and Cprinne, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough and Arlen, Lowell, Claude and Lennice, Mrs. Mary Michaelsen, Mrs. Amos Krominga, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Michaelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson and Mrs. James McColly, all from Titonka; Mrs. Rose Hefty df Renwick; Mrs. Clarence Hefty of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel and Marcella, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Heifner and Mr. Frederick Zwiefel, all from Dolliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jester, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schlei and Mrs. Kermit Schlei, all of Klemme. Harry Wong, 56, Died Monday Of Brain Hemorrhage Funeral services will be con ducted Wednesday at 9 a. m. a McCullough's Funeral Home fo Harry Chee Wong, 56, who dice of a cerebral hemorrhage earl} Monday morning. Mr. Wong was in apparent goot health when he retired Sunday evening, but about midnight, he called for help and was taken to St. Ann hospital. He died abou' 3:30 a. m. Mr. Wong was co-owner of the O. K. Cafe in Algona, having moved here Aug. 1 of last year He had been at Mason City for about 30 years, although he spent a short time in St. Paul, Minn, prior to moving to Algona. Rev. O. W. Brand will be the officiating clergyman and burial will be at Riverview cemetery. Fred Swan son, 69, Died Monday Fred Swanson, 69, retired railroad worker, died late Monday evening at the County home. Mr. Swanson had been a resident of the home for 10 years. He had been employed by the Milwaukee road, prior to his retirement, having worked in Algona. Before coming to Algona, he worked at Cherokee. As yet, no funeral arrangements have been made. The body is at McCullough's. Tifonka Pancakes A pancake supper is planned by the Titonka Chamber of Commerce at the skating rink for Monday evening, Jan. 23, starting at 6:30 p. m. The supper is for members, and others interested. A program is also planned. Presbyterians Elect Officers Officers for the coming year were elected at the annual meeting of the Presbyterian congrega- .ion, Monday evening in the local church. Named as elders were Willis Colwell, Halbert Long and Paul James. Trustees elected were Lloyd Rouze, Alfred Schenck, A. E. Kresensky and Leon Martin. Mrs. J. J, Wadleigh was reelected as financial secretary, Mrs. Robert Poush was named church treasurer, D. G. Clopton as benevolence treasurer, Edward Thaves as head usher, and Robert Stephenson as Sunday School superintendent. -9 Is Typical For January Algona's weather was somewhat uneventful, from a temperature standpoint, unless —9 in January could be called unusual. A sleetstorm, followed by snow, totaled .13 of moisture and made movement difficult. Dec. 10 32 7 Dec. 11 32—2 Dec. 12 35 17 Dec. 13 23 5 Dec. 14 20—6 Dec. 15 30 — 3 Dec. 16 17—9 That high of 36 recorded Sunday came in middle of the night, but dropped sharply to a low of —9. .13 Legion Aux. Adds Six Members Six new members were initiated into the American Legion Auxiliary of Hagg Turner Post at the regular meeting Jan. 9. The initiation .service was conducted by Mrs:'Marie Lampright, county president and Lulu Samson, post president. Initiated were Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Mrs. Ray Besch, Mrs. E. J. Keith, Sue Keith, Beulah Wallukait and Mrs. P. W. Arend. Clara Schaap was named permanent chairman of the Girl Scout LOCAL-NOTES Josie McEvoy was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Faber Parle of Ft. Dodge recently. S. E. Noland went !o Woodward, Friday, and will visit relatives and friends till this midweek. Mrs. Louise Peier had as guests Sunday, her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter, of LuVerne. There will be a Townsend meeting, Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, at 7:30 o'clock at Mrs. A. M. Anderson's home. Mrs. Maude Free is sick and has been confined to bed the past few days. She is being cared for by Mrs. Helen Trauger. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich spent the New Year weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with Mrs. Hazel Marso, sister of Mrs. Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson lad as recent guests the letter's jrother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paul, of Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Aldean McAdamg will have as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Glen Winslow and Mr. md Mrs. Arlen Banning of Des Woines. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Petti grew and son, Paul, spent Sun- lay at LuVerne with Mr. and rtrs. Edward Pergande, parents oi firs. Pettigrew. Mrs. Anna Sparks has returned o her home at Sulphur Springs, Ark., following a visit of several weeks with her son, Don,- and tther relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Timmerman of Atisco, Minn., visited at he A. M. Anderson home Tuesday, Jan. 10. They are cousins f Mr. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson ad as a guest Sunday, the Rev. bhn Siemens of Minneapolis*' rtinn., who was guest speaker at he Baptist church, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hansen had s guests Wednesday and Thursay, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Duick and Mr. and Mrs. James Durick of Columbus and Bowells, N. D., respectively. They vere en route to Minneapolis, rtinn. The men are brothers of /IT. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mesing, Dors and Wallace, spent New Year t Hanover, Kan., with Mr. and ilrs. August Jaedicke, brother-in- aw and sister of Max, and his mother Mrs. John Mesine. M>-« aedicke is the former Gertrude ilesing. and she and her mother are well remembered former Alonians. The late John Mesing was well known in business dries here and at Burt. having had music stores here and there many ears. Mrs. Mesing has been in poor health the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey re- urned from a visit of a month at Orinda. Cal., with their son-in law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vender Haeghan. They also visited relatives at Long Beach and Phillipsville, Mrs. Margaret Dailey, mother of Tom, at Long Beach, and his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dailey, and the brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Shepherd, at Phillipsville. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dailey are moving to Steamboat, Colo. The visitors also spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furst at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter were visited Friday by Mrs. Ben Farrow of Lakota. Other visitors last week Tuesday .were Ray Winter and daughter, Barbara, also of Lakota. Ralph Morgan left last week for a vacation of several weeks in Florida. He visited route. He took his relatives en motor with him and plans to do considerable fishing in the gulf. Jimmy Pentecost has been sick with the flu and before his complete recovery, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pentecost, became sick with it and are confined to the home this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Payne, Charles KJamp and Earl Sprague atended a circulation meeting at Des Moines, last mid-week, the men being employes of the Register and Tribune publications. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reinwald and son of Wilmette, 111., spent Christmas with Mrs. Reinwald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinsch of Algona. They returned to their home the Tuesday after Christmas. Mrs. Bessie Palmer is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christensen, at Ephrata, Wash. She had been a patient at a hospital there several days, with pneumonia, but is now convalescing at her daughter's lome. Mrs. Christensen is the former Katherine Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parkins and Paula were holiday visitors at Brazil, Ind., with the former's jarents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Park- ns, his brother-in-law and sister, Hr. and Mrs. Francis Hayward, and with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lovall, brother-in-law and sister of Ars. Parkins. While there, Paula lad a tonsillectomy and she and ler mother returned home somewhat later than Mr. Parkins. Mrs. B. M. Potter has received word that her brother, Floyd Clark, 40, of Webster City, has been taken to the sanitarium at Oakdale for treatment. He has been in poor health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Muth had as recent guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Muth, of Hawarden. They also had as a guest at another time, recently, Bobbie Beck, nephew of Mrs. Muth. Mrs. Clark Orion lias received word from her mother, Mrs. Selby Hart, of Cogan, 111., that Mr. Hart is seriously sick with a heart ailment, and in order to be near her husband, they have moved to Brazil, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Fabrixio came from Boston, Mass., before Christmas and plan to make their home here. Mrs. Fabrizio is the former Barbara Pool, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pool. Mr. Fabrizio is employed at the S & L store. Mrs. John Frank! had as dinner guests Christmas her son and daughter-in-law MV. and Mrsl Harlan Frankl, and the sons-in- law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moxley and Mr. and Mrs. Russell French and the respective families. Diane Kinsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinsch, spent the Christmas vacation with her aunts and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weydert and Grandma Weydert of Bode. A large number of youth attended the first meeting of the Youth Fellowship held at Goodhope parsonage Friday evening, Dec. 30. in the form of a holiday party. Mrs. Frank and several of the mothers served a lunch at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCorkle of Austin, Minn., are the parents of a 7% pound daughter, born Jan. 2. Don is the son of Mr. and McCorkle becomes the great- grandfather for the second time. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson spent last week Tuesday at Rockfqrd with their son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Don- Nelson, who recently moved there from Lone Rock, where they had been farming. The senior Mr. and Mrs. Nelson had been assisting in the moving and settling. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall were visited a week by their sbn Bernard, who left recently for Pine River, Minn., where he has been in business since October at a super-station. He plans to have ready for rental in the spring over-night cabins, on which work has already begun. Mrs. Elsie Cady end Evelyn had as callers Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Holt of Sycamore, 111., at one time residents here. He is now engaged in the oil, gas and tire business. The couple was en route to Minneapolis, Minn;, to visit relatives, having been at Ft. Dodge with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mittlieder spent New Years at Ft. Dodge with the letter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blanchard. Other guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham, of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schipull, of LuVerne. Mr. ana Mrs. Charles Patterson returned home Jan. 1 from Atlanta, Ga., where they spent a fortnight with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowles. En route home they stopped at Chicago Heights to visit the son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Patterson. Mamie Winkel Home Union — Mrs. Mamie Winkel, who has been in St. Ann hospital since Thanksgiving, following an auto accident, came home Thursday. She is able to be up and around without the aid of a Mrs. Ray McCorkle ana E. B. crutch or cane 90 At Irvington School's Party Marjorie Lickteig, teacher in Irvington 5 school, reports that Santa Claus made a visit to her school on Dec. 22, after an entertainment was presented for the parents and neighbors of the pupils. There were 90 present when St. Nick arrived. The mothers served a lunch, and James Morris and Leander Studer were especially fortunate on door prizes. Miss Lickteig was not forgotten, either. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT ITI Doh't Buy Your Auto Insurance Before Getting These Facts Learn how you can get superior BROADFORM protection at substantial savings. Semi-annual premiums. Strong company with service in every state. Before you buy .. check with me . no obligation. RAY N. BESCH Phone 669-J Algona Operating In Iowa as Wnoitt American Farmers "tual insurance Company Marvel Dob, id Immerfall Wed Irvington — The marriage of Miss Marvel Dole and Mr. Edward Immerfall has been announced. Miss Dole is the youngest daughter oi Mrs. Mary Dole of Irvington. Mr. Immerfall is at present manager of the Irvington elevator. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Jan. 20 VIKINGS Sunday, Jan. 22 HENRY CHARLES Friday, Jan. 27 ELMER LARSON Sunday, Jan. 29 CLIFF KYES No Advance Booth Reservations Door Open at 8:00 O'clock 4TH ANNUAL Because we are offering such outstanding bargains all sales will be final and there will' be no refunds, returns, or exchanges. Every sale will be cash. DONT MISS THIS SALE1JI USED CARS 1938 FORD 2-DOOR Priced at $150 It's nice and clean . . . and a bargain going al this price. Investigate this car. Lei us show it to you. 1947 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN We have two of these cars—both in excellent condition mechanically and body-wise. 1937 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR To Sell At $225 Complete with knee action, new tires, excellent mechanically and priced for quick sale. We Are Pleased to Announce Darrell (Curly) Zenor and Willard Quinn Who Are Now Associated With Ko ssuth Motor Co. in Our Used Car and Truck Department. They will Be Glad to Serve You At Any Time. O. K. USED TRUCKS 1947 LWB Chevrolet Truck 1948 GMC 2-Ton Truck Two ton 1947 model with lots oi extras. 8.25 x 20 tires. Advance design. Two speed axle.. 25,000 actual miles. Excellent condition, a truck lot lots of hard hauling. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO Across From Post Office Phone 200 Algona, Iowa Sole begins at 9:00 A.M. Wednesday morning, Jan. 18th and the ANNEX will stay open continuously through the noon hour each of the four days for those who can only come to the sale during their lunch hour. DONT MISS THIS SALE!!!!] r 'e»»i ;^'^^2pi^p;P ; •r Just Four Days - Wednesday Thru Saturday - Jan. 18 to 21 * f , -, • r- -*->»*•» "Sgfr Vj[ i y '" ' • »" .'•*-' " '•" "**•* M*~ " "*'' ^ -.-•».•• * ST «•-- ^ , •-_--- . T This Is our fourth annual BLIZCARD OF BARGAINS at the ANNEX. It has becom e the most popular sales event in Algona merchandising. If you have attended our ANNEX sales in the pasty you know the tremendous crowds that attend the se end-of-the-season sales. If you have never come to an ANNEX sale, follow the crowds and find out for yourself. Come the first day or any of the other three— there will be "specials" every day of the sale. This is a CLEAN-UP SALE—"TO THE BARE WALLS" is our slogan. ANNEX prices defy competition—no other store i n Algona can match our low-overhead ANNEX prices. Find out for yourself. DONT MISS THIS "BLIZZARD OF BARGAINS". THE GREATEST SALE IN TOWN! HONEST JOHN S&YS- While we pride ourselves on the absolute truth of our store advertising, we are going to be 'brutally frank" about the comments in this "HONEST JOHN" corner. Goods listed are definitely old; they've been kicked around from Main Store to ANNEX and back again until we are tired of seeing them. They are just big White Elephants. But the QUALITY is there- 100%-and tinea you haven't seen them as long as we have they will probably look good to you. We've put a real price on them. They're worth four and five times that much. Just look at this "good-bye" price and hurry in—they won't last long) COATS—Black only, sizes 10-42, all wool covert and broadcloth, once marked $45.00-$55.00 JUST SUITS-Black and brown, sizes 18-44, all wool gabardine and crepe, formerly marked $45-$59.00 JUST iDRESSES—about a dozen dresses- Choice $2.77 LOOK AT THESE LOW PRICES COATS fine regular inner-linings DRESSES Fur Coats We still have a fine selection of ladies coats in almost every color-dark green, red, tan, wine, brown, black, blue, grey tweed, and check. These are both with zip-out linings made of all wool gabardine, fleece, broadcloth, and covert cloth. In sizes 9-18, these coats are marked at $15.77—$19 77— $24.77-$29.77!!l There will be two prices on our dresses and every dress in the ANNEX is included in these two groups. Every dress has been brought over from the main store and all NEW this fall-values to $19.95—sizes 9-24'^-all colors and styles in gabardine faille crepe, satin, cotton, sharkskin-$4.77-$7.77lll For this big sale we are including seven fine new coney fur coats in both grey and brown .... marked down $30.00 we are sacrificing these coats TAX FREE at two prices $39.00 and $59.00. Get your fur coat for the lowest price found anywhere-TAX FREE, $39.00-$59.00III 7 LADIES SWEATERS, turtle neck, 8 only, sizes 34-40, green, pink, grey, yellow, blue $2.77 CHILD'S PANTS-rayon, size 8 17c BABY BUNTING ft INFANT SNO-SUIT, just_.77c LADIES RAYON PANTS, sizes 32-34, 2 pr._—77c LADIES GIRDLES, formerly $6.95 $1.77 LADIES GARTER BELTS 77c PLASTIC BABY PANTS, only 7e LADIES PURSES, three only $1.77 LADIES BLOUSES, white only, 34-38 from $5.00 $1.77 LADIES WHITE SWEATERS, slipover- 100% from $5.00 $1.77 LADIES NYLON PANTS, while they last 77c LUNCH CLOTHS, 50x50 cotton print $1.47 CHILD'S CHENILLE BEDSPREAD, 42x66 $1.77 GIRL'S SLACKS, size 8 and 14 77c & $2.77 BLANKETS, sheet and regular $1.77 ft $2.77 WHITE UNIFORMS, sharkskin, long sleeve, sizes 14-18 $2.77 LADIES RAYON SLIPS, size 32-36, from $3.95—just 77e CURTAINS-clightly soiled-cottage sets and priscillas 77 e ft $1.77 To the BARE WALLS THIS IS HOW WE HOPE THE ANNEX WILL LOOK AFTER THE SALE CORDUROY JACKETS, size 10-18, plain and plaid, both pastel and dark col ors $4.77 & $777 HOUSE COATS, cotton print and printed seersucker, sizes 12-40 values to $4.95-now only $1.77 SUCK SUITS, sizes 12 to 14, all rayon- from $5.95 to $j 77 CHILDREN'S DRESSES, coHon, corduroy, wool plaids, sizes, JUMPERS, Teen-age dresses included $1.77 ft $3.77 LADIES ROBES, all wool Botany selling once at $21.85-now only $8.77 Other fine robes in crepe and wool at $ 4 77 & $8 77 GIRLS COATS with pant* and hats, size 1-4, fur trimmed, all-wool, all new this year, blue and rose $5.77 b) size 4-14, wine, grey, green, fur trimmed and plain, with and without hoods, all-wool, all selling at $5.77 c) three one-piece snow suits, size 1-3 water repellent, wool-lined $3.77 SKIRTS, ten only, sizes 24-30, taffeta, sharkskin, satin, and all wool gabardine- real bargains at just $2.77 ft $477 MATERNITY WIAR-A) Cotton dresses $177 B) Two rayon gabardine suits-cut from $17.95 ^ ?J C) Drones in crepe and denim, sizes UM6~$»J7

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