6-Algeno Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 31, 1950 Graveside Rites Graveside rites for the infant born to Mr. and Mrs. Clement Elbert of Plum Creek twp. were" held Friday afternoon at Calvary cemetery, with Father P. P. Gearen officiating. The baby died shortly after birth. Hamilton's Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Coal Crisis Eases Algona's coal situation was con siderably improved, this week While a threatened shortage existed last week, shipments o coal received here in the past few days relieved the situation. One dealer stated that while the variety was not what he might desire, there was still enough quantity to handle hi? calls here. Remember F i ONI COAT PRIMES, SEALS, i APPLIES EASILY WITH'88'ROLLER i WASHES BEAUTIFULLY 1100% OIL BASE North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. PHONE" 62S 606 DIAGONAL Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, Jan. 31-Feb. 1-2 Nothing Ever Like It! Nothing You'll Ever Like More! Gary Cooper - Jane Wyati in "TASK FORCE" Added— "Mrs, Jones' Rest Farm" Friday - Saturday, Feb. 3-4 MAGREADY • Louise AILBRITTON • Jota IRELAND .sss sy^ssfis.ssE 'SmuSm^^^muyi mm Added "Song of The Birds" Special "Carribean Capers" Sunday - Monday, Feb. 5-6 A Drama of Real Life from "The Reader's Digest" * timt cl real lile torn becomes a picture so (UK tut all others •ujlot compared to it i Cat and Mermouse' News LOCALS Bridal Shower, Feb. 3 A shower in honor of Alice Vaughn is to be he/d Friday, Feb. 3, at Mrs. Fergusons, starting at 7:30 p. m. Hostesses are Mesdames Merle Webster, Russell Hutchins, Herbert Mathes, Lyle Mathes, Pearl Smith, Glen Strayer, Laurena Gillespie, AI Amunson, Fred Geigel, Walter Elbert, Dick Strayer and Noble Mitchell. the Rev. O. W. Brand of Ihc Methodist church attended a pastors' conference at Des Moines, Tuesday. Mrs. F. L. Huxtable is convalescing from flu and near pneumonia, a sickness which came upon her New Years eve. George Shirm has returnee from a ten-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gfaines, at Atlantic. Dr. Charles Cre'zmeyer has :one to Philadelphia, Pa., where ne has accepted the position of resident doctor et a hospital, there. Mrs, Edward McGuire had as guests Sunday her son and iaughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Lee, of Lone Rock and Mrs. Julia Ann Voit. Bill Zimmerman attended the annual meeting of the agents of he Northwest Mutual insurance company of Iowa at Waterloo last week, Monday ana Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanawall drove to Dumont, Sunday and visited the former's mother, Mrs. E. E. Hanawalt, whom they brought home with them for a visit of several days. Friends of A. L. Long have received word that he and his wife are at Clearwater, Fla. .He mentions they have a room next door to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Clark former well known Algonians. Mrs. C. F. Specht had as guest Saturday, Mrs. Mary Zoller of Lakota. They were joined in the afternoon by Mrs. Bertha Pommer, a former resident at Lakota, and long-time friend of both women. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk have as guests the latter-s sisters, Mrs. Albert Vogel of Des Moines, and Mrs. C. D. Winder of Waterloo. Mrs. Kirk is somewhat improved from her recent sickness but is still confined to bed. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gerber have had as guest the latter's sister, Mrs. Evelyn Allen, and daughter, Glenda Gayle, of Adams, Minn., who left for home Tuesday, followng a sojourn of several days here. Mrs. Frank Zender is convalescing from an attack of virus pneumonia. Her mother, Mrs. Mary Dudek, of Belle Plaine, is here for a visit of several weeks at the Zender home and with another daughter, Mrs. Frances rantham. Albert Pergande is hospitalized at the Veterans hospital, Des Tuesday - Wednesday Jan. 31 -Feb. 1 Gene's On The Warpath! GENE AUTRY •« CHAMPION li 2nd Feature •|»mc« OTBUIBUl (n-j«i" Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, Feb. 7-8-9 CHANGE IN PROGRAM "THE 1ADY TAKES A SAILOR" Wilh June Wyman - Dennis Morgan Replacing Wall Disney's "ADVENTURES OP ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD" Added MtcArlhur's Japan Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., Feb. 2-3-4 SHELDON LEONARD A lEFUIlIC PICIUII Moines, following an appendectomy last week. His wife is with him and the children, Sandra Lee and Alberta Rae, are being cared for by the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rochleau. A. L. Rochleau of Whittemofe has purchased the Andrew Johnson house on east Kennedy st., formerly owned by the late Mrs. Clara Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are moving to Corydon where they will manage a hotel. Possession of the house will be given March I.- Mr, and Mrs. William Dau are leaving Wednesday for St. Petersburg, Fla., and will also visit other points there. They also plan to visit Key West, and will be gone a month or five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton are on vacation in the south, having first gone to Houston and Corpus Christi, Texas, and later they will go to Old Mexico. The length of time they will be gone is indefinite. Word from them is that they are having a most enjoyable time. Darrel Mosher was dischargee from the air force, Jan. 10, after 21 months of service. He and his wife will make their home here and will have a house on the parental Harold Mosher farm. Richard Webster, a student at Drake university, Des Moinep, will return there Wednesday, following a few days between semesters vacation which he spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster. Mrs. C. O. Isaacson is having a sale of her household goods Saturday and will mafce her home at Lone Rock witn her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson. She 'Will also spend considerable time with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling. Mrs. Ida Nickerson received word of the death Saturday evening of her sister, Mrs. Mick Fagan, 61, of Pipe City, 111. Mrs. Fagan and her husband were driving in the country and a horse on the highway plunged toward the car, hitting the front on the right side, killing Mrs. Fagan instantly. Mrs. Nickerson, son of Mr. and Mrs 5 . James Walker, has not been in good health the bast several months, and it has been decided to take him to Iowa City to go through the University hospital clinic. Mrs. Johnson will accompany him there Feb. 1. Harold Wesley went through the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn., the week before Christmas and was told to report again after a period of time. He plans to return there Feb. 1. He has improved somewhat in the meantime. Claude Whitehill, ton of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whitehill, was graduated from the Upper Iowa university at Fayette last December, and he and his wife and baby are moving to Des Moines where he will take his masters degree at Drake university. He has been taking coaching, science, and biology. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luhrel Fessler, and other daughters, Mrs. A. J. Meyer of Ringsted, and Mrs. Louis Lowman, left. Monday morning for Pipe City where funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon. Charles Walker, eight-year old (SCHOOL FIGHT) (Continued From Page 1) county who spoke on behalf of reorganization plans, including representatives from the State Department of Education. County Supt. of Schools A. E. Lauritzen was not present at the Lakota meeting as he was attending a meeting in Des Moines of school men. Laurilzen's Summary Supt. Lauritzen had no comment to make on the Lakota meeting, but did say that his office is available' upon request to discuss the problems of proposed reorganization before any group that might desire such a talk. Mr. Lauriizen pointed out that general reorganisation can be divided into sereral periods, the first the preplanning period, which has been completed or nearly so for Kossuih county. The second phase Is the period of cooperative plar>nfng, and that it is the intent and desire of the superintendent's office to have .he issue well discussed and thought over by all concerned. He said that it was unlikely that :here would be a vnte this year n any area in this county where reorganization has been discussed. Third phase is setting up administrative units, then holding ? inal hearings on the matter, and .he last phase is a vote by the people in the district concerned. ALGONA GUIDE SUNDAY, FEBRUARYS ST. CECELIA'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father P. P. Gearen, Pastor Father Leo Kelm, Assistant Mass at 7:30 a.m.. 9:00 a.m. 10 and 11 a.m., with children's choir. On Holy Days at 8, 7, 8 and 9 a.m. Lash LaRue in Son of A Baditian Added Serial "Ghost of Bono" TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Luther Loesch, Pastor Sunday School, 9 a.m. Holy Communion, 10 a.m. Sermon: "Glorious Gifts of the New Covenant." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 am., guest pastor, Rev. Siemens. Evening Worship, 8 P.M. Rev. Siemens. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. E. Benzon, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.in Sermon Topic: "Grace and Truth Through Jesus Christ. NAZARENE CHURCH Hev. L. E. Page, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed., eve. 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, Pastor Morning Worship 11 A.M. Sermon, "Moral Courage". Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. 7:00 p.m., "Cathedral of Life." FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. O. W. Brand, Pastor Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Senior High Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Gerald Hallauer, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Rev. H. Van Duyn, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon Topic: "God-Given Power." 8 p.m., Evangelistic Service: Topic: "God's Men." ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL Wm. Tjaden & Glenn J. Shore Lay Leaders Morning Prayer, 10 a.m. Attend the Church Of Your Faith Next Smday This Church Calendar Published Weekly in This Newspaper Through The Courtesy of JOSEPH WEIDENHOFF, Inc. Larry and Barbara, went to Kanawha, Saturday, and were over night guests of the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen. Sunday they were dinner guests of Mr. Wick's parents, Mr. and Mite. Cryder Wicks. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Buiierfield are moving to Early where they Will operate a cafe. The Richardson apartment they have been occupying on east McGregor street has been rented by Mr. and had as guests last week Friday the latter's brother and sister-in- Mrs. Lloyd who have been in a house on the Hugh Black farm. Mrs. Charles McDonald, Waterloo, visited her mother," Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen, .of during the past;V«»k« pen had been ill tfuf Is now Improved. Mrs. McDonald returned to Waterloo, Sunday. Ed Wolcolt and family have at guests his father, L. G. Wolcott, iirnaiirj and his housekeeper, VefnaKfp rjfts, of -Ba|M Iw came BWafr In here for a few days. Mr. and Mr*. Homer Young were, visited Sunday by Mrs Louis Bent of Mason City, Ml JOE SAYS "Pretty as a PICTURE! • Know those nice color pictures In the national magazines—Post, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping . . . pictures of gleaming, fresh, ripe fruits and vegetables in a grocer's display case? Well, that's just the way our fresh fruits and vegetables are . .. They're shipped in fresh every day, and they're kept fresh and nice with crystal clear sanitary ice. And we sell awful close on fruits and vegetables. We buy a lot and we sell a lot—so our prices are way down low. Won't you come in—look around—and see for yourself?, Our fruits and vegetables are pretty as a picture! Consumer's Super Market "You Can't Help Saving Money at Consumers" COAL BULLETIN |^H«B^^™^™™i^^^^^«^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_____^____ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•^••^•^^^•^•iMBi^MBiBSS^HBiBBi We Are Doing 0 ur Best To Keep You In COAL WE ARE ADVISING our customers not to get panicky over the Coal situation, serious at the shortage is. It has been our purpose to take care of needs with the supply available to us, and thus far, we have been able to supply Coal to our customers. IT IS TRUE that Stoker Coal is drastically short, here as everywhere. In some types of Stoker Coal, we have got to the bottom of the bin. We hope this situation in Stoker Coal will be alleviated soon. If short on Stoker Coal, we advise you to hand-firo your furnace with other types of Coal during the daytime, reserving your stoker coal for nights. NORTON'S IS NOT buying Coal on the "black market". We are striving to. keep our coal prices where they should be, and will not pay black market prices. We have 6 or 7 cars of Coal rolling from our legitimate sources now (one car arrived yesterday) and we will continue to serve you under the "rules of the game." IF the Coal Situation continues serious, there is something you, as a citizen, can do. Send a wire or a letter to your representatives in Congress or President Truman to do something about it.
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