The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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Wesley — This community was greatly shocked and deeply grieved, Friday morning, when news of the death of Mrs. J. L. Haverly became known. She became ill Thursday afternoon, and was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she died at 2 a. m., Friday of a cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs. Haverly was born to Jacob and Matilda Johnson, March 27, 1896, in Wesley. She attended Mrs. J. L Haverly Rites at Wesley Funeral Monday For Lifelong County Resident « the local public school and graduated from high school in 1912. She was united in marriage to Julius Haverly in January. 1915, and he passed away in March. She later married John L. Haverly and to this union four daughters and two sons were born. Mr. and Mrs. Haverly began farming on his parents' farm northeast of town, which they purchased later. They sold the farm in 1941 and purchased the home of her parents in town where they moved and have since lived. She was preceded in death by her father, who died a number df years ago, and by her mother, who died in 1948. A son, John Julius, died in infancy In 1923, also a brother LeRoy, died in 1919, and a sister, »?' ' Mrs. Carrie Diek'man. She is survived by her Clean up ijoiir Powltr ij Mouses NOW... ^ with CARBOLA THREE WAY SANITATION IN ONI IOW COST, MpfNDAMI OPHA Smart pouUrymen use Carbola, the fecting white paint, for poultry hou«e tatlon. Carbola dries white, disinfect! and kiUi flies. Laboratory tests prove its powerful contact killing action on Poultry White Diarrhea. Fowl Cholera and other disease germs. Disinfectant keeps out cobwebs. DDT added for fly killing. Costs less than If to cover 10 square feet. Brush or spray. Witt not blister or peel. Don't be satisfied with an ordinary spray job. 0*1 Hi* bM»-raB y ow OjrtHUd Apprw«d Cort North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. 606 Diagonal Your New Nutrena Store Phone 628 Harry Herr ^r %*? iP^ mH We bay<? a good supply of our famous husband, four daughters and one son: Mrs. (Ruth) Evroul Loebig of Algona; Mrs. (Ethel) Larry of Mason City; Mrs. "June" uuu Hauptman of Algona; Mrs. (Mary Lou) Oayle Studer of Algona, and Don, at home. Also, three sisters and two brothers: Mrs. (Florence- Wm. J. Becker •of Algona; Mrs. Ethel Putney of Canon City, Colo.; George Johnson of Denver, Colo., and Norman Johhson of La Junta, Colo.; Mrs. Merle Ferguson of Cedar Rapids, also seven grandchildren. The deceased was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, and served as they: president. She was a member of the adult choir, and assisted as organist. She was a true friend to all and will be greatly missed by her many friends. Funeral services were held on Monday morning, Feb. 27, at 9 o clock. Rev. L. N. Klein officiated. The adult choir sang the requiem high mass. Burial Was in the family lot in St. Joseph's cemetery. The McCullough funera! •home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. . Pallbearers were Ray Otis, Geo. Vitzthum, L. L. Lease, Tom Forburger, Frank Bleich, and Henry Sherman of Algona. Guests At Ackersons Guests at the Clarence Ackerson home. Tuesday evening, Feb 21. were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long and three children of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ackerson and Douglas arid Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackersoh. They helped he Clarence Ackersons observe heir 36th wedding anniversary. •500" Ptaty Hosts Mrs. J. P. Hauptman entertained at a "500" party Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 21. Mrs. Oliver Young won high score prize, Mrs. Will Martinek, low score prize, Minnie Frimml,. chair prize, and ttrs. Joe Goetz, travel prize. Mrs. Hauptman servecl a 1 o'clock .uncheon. Lenten Devotions Lenten devotions in St. Joseph's Catholic church, arc to be leld every Wednesday evening at 7:30 and ever^y Friday and Sunday afternoon, at 2:30. Birthday Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cook an<l family of Stilson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook and her sister, Emily Block of Crystal Lake, surprised their sister. Mrs. P- '-O. Haynes, on her birthday, Tuesday evening, Feb. 21. They brought well- filled lunch baskets and spent a social evening there. Mrs. Haynes two sons, Harley and Pearly of Ft. Worth, Texas, called her, expressing their birthday greetings A New Daughter Wed In Algona, Feb. 12 Words for the contest will be aken from "My Word Book" by liyons and Carnahan. Pronouncer 'or this contest will be Mr. San- tey, superintendent of schools of Wright county. After the written contest, spellers will gather for the oral contest. When a winner has been determined, the final session will open. In this final round, the written champ and oral champ meet to determine the county champion "Chemacol Pi-pce»*ed on hand* We also have .... _ and »ome other eafttern, Kentucky Lump Cc>aU. • Order a Load To^*y * Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool ; Phone 256 £% v w *x«n»M *»^» A baby fiirl was born to Mr -ad Mrs. Matt Fisch of Algona, Tuesday morning, Feb. 21,-** *r Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Kallestad, who wero married Sunday, February 12th, at the First Presbyterian Church, Algona. Mrs. Kallestad was the former Alice Ann Vaughn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Vaughn, of Algona, and Mr. Kallestad s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels M. Kallestad, of Rodman. The couple will live on a farm north of Rodman. (Russell Studio Photo). PR. Q uf i jjfADV-MlY / , ON C«nE AMD Sl/PPLV " U COMPANY PROEMS* »« A. TOM-T«*t$ to^Vhere should I *«•* limb*? font-re!*" is as simple as the qul* aas wers wi Trwi It* "to {JS-llW are <?Q, HEADY-MIX .CQNCfcfcTE and Mrs. Tuesday morning, tea. air"* «« Ann hospital at Algona. The in fant weighed 7 pounds and ounce. Mrs. Fisch is the forme- Alvina Weig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Weig. They mve one other child, Michael. Home From Hospital Mrs. Rose Laux was brought home Tuesday from St. Ann hospital where sne had been several lays for medical care and for a >lood transfusion. Motorcycle Dealer Klmer 'ihomp&on recently purchased all of the motorcycle supplies of R. D. Richardson of Forest City, that consisted of parts, cycles, and tools, and now operates a repair shop at his larm lome one mile east and one ana one-half miles north of Sexton. is now the Harley Davidson as ana service dealer for Kossuth, Hancock, and Winne»?ago counties. Buys Lot In Brili Uick Grifhorst recently purchased a corner lot norm ot the Fred Thiel residence in Britt. Mr. Grifhorst operates a drugstore in both Britt and Wesley. David Snook, Two David Snook, only child of Dr and Mrs. Lee Snook, was two years old Tuesday, Feb. 21. He had a party for a group of little irienas ana playmates. Teacher Injured Sister DeSales, who teaches fifth and sixth grades in the lo cal parochial school, fell on the ice last week and suffered a crack n the upper bone in her right arm, also a bad head bruise, 'i'he Sister Mary Magdeline, the mus- c sister, has charge of the classes until fcistei- Uebaies is able to assume her duties. Silver Anniversary Mr? and Mrs. Ovville Smith Created, their neighbors ana :riends to a dance Monday night, Feb. 20, at the Memorial Hall_m 3ritt In observance of their 25th weddiijg anniversary, which is Feb. 2jj. Mr. end Mrs. Ernest Gerdes ot Wode$ spent several days last week at the parental Alf Studer home. She is the former Ross Studer. Mr% Ed Hildman went to Ro- chestap, J4uuv. by bus, Wednesday morning, to be with her daughter, Verna, whose husband, Robert K,ain, submitted to a sinub laecaUon that morning. Roberts >tothw. Pick Klain, took Sharon, >bbie, and Dickie up on Wed- They returned home late R. C- Bauer entertained ciuF Tuesday af ter- I*- Mrs. Clarence a, gt*esit. The women Lent. Mrs. Ev Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson of Buffalo Center have rented the Will Ryan home and moved in this week. Mr. Ryan has moved their furniture to Boone where his wife and children are living and caring for Mrs. Ryan's mother, Mrs. Katherine Lacy. Herman Wise, Charles Nygaard and'Tlev. J. A. Riggs installed new shelves in the new library above the Root Hardware Ivan ..Johnson sprayed the «u* on the walls. Some books .jave been donated but more are needed. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester and daughter, Mrs. Anna DeRosa, accompanied Mrs. David Johnson of Corwith to Ft. Dodge, Wednesday to Visit the Carl and Clar- :nce Westergaards and the Joe 'arvis families. They made the acquaintance of two-weeks-old Joe Edward Jarvis. Ted Abbas of Bancroft, formerly of Wesley, recently returned to St. Ann hospital, Algona, after slipping and railing on ice. He fell a few weeks ago from a ;ruck and injured his back and lad only been home a few days when he fell again. Mrs. Henry hwanson spent several days last week with her sister, Amie Anderson, in Britt. The latter lady was quite sick with sciatic rheumatism. 'TiniTia Studer is having an Algona firm modernize and redecorate her home. A group of neighbor women spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bertha Hauptly, who reached her 83rd year on Saturday, Feb. 25. Monuay evening, Feb. 20 dinner guests at Don Kraus' were Mrs. fiverett Barr and three sons, of Algona, and Alan Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Uollner of Algona, drove to Des Moines, Feb. 22, to attena a three-day convention of oil jobbers. Mrs. Studer also visited her brother, LeRoy Sheppman and family. He is navy recruiting officer. Mrs. Irene Studer cared for the Studer children during their parents' absence. Mrs. Ruth Krog, a niece of Mrs John Amesbury, who has visitec many times in Wesley, had the misfortune of falling on the ice in Britt and fracturing her leg. Two weeks later she deyelopeo pleurisy and is now a patient in Park hospital, Mason City. Mrs. John Harringa returned to her home north ol Wesley last week from Park hospital, Where she had been a patient since an auto accident early in January. County Spellers Will Compete Here March 25 The date for Kossuth county's annual spelling match to decide who shall represent the county at the state event has been set. The 12 cylinder words will be bantered back and forth in the court room of the Kossuth county court house in Algona on March 25 when the annual county spelling contest is held. This is the first step in the process that can lead to national honors and is open to all students in Kossuth county schools. There will be about 25 contestants, with representatives from each township group and from each town school in the county. There will be a written test in which each contestant will spell 10 words at a time, with the total possibly as high as 100 words, ihe pupil missing the fewest words will be declared the written champion. Tumdoy, February 28, 1950 Algono Uppw Dei MohiK-g to represent Kossuth at the state contest in Des Moines. FREE! 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VI ?.iL,,.!'a.'r'- Phone 399 Phone Crill/5 Phone 399 FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP WESTERN BUYERS ALGONA.IOWA, STOCK BUYERS NO. 132 OF A SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County GEORGE VITZTHUN Perhaps the first thing to iell you aboui George Viti- ihun is to use the words of one oi hi* iriends ... "George is a darn good hog raiser." And spoken in an area where there Eire hundreds of good hog men, that is a true compliment. George has been farming four years for himself on a 200 acre place in Sherman township just across the line from Irv'nglon, 5 miles south and two east ol Algona. For a year after he was discharged from the service he ran a baler for Herman Becker, who it may be said, is also a "'darn good hog raiser." For 4'/2 years, George was in the service, and saw plenty of action. He was wi»h the SJh Armored Division for more than two years, and with that division, hit Utah beachc in the Normandy invasion. He went with the outfit on through Germany. In 1943, he was married to Bertha Schuls. of Irvington, and the couple has two sons: George Gary, 3 years old, and Craig. 7 months. Crops were about average for George last season, he says, although of his 100 acres of corn he said he suffered more than the corn did as wind and the borers took their toll. He raised 154 hogs last year and has kept 25 sows. As for hobbies, George likes his hunting and fishing, and used to handle secood wase when he was attending school at Wesley. He's tort of given that up now for less strenuous forms of recreation. George looks forward to a good year in 'SO—-at least he says he is hoping that way. A BANK BOOK is a Sign Etoprd That is Found Only gp the Road tO SlJCfBSS. IOWA Yeyr Sale end Confidential RALPH MILLER, Pxesident HAROLD G1LMORB. CesWei HOY McMAHON. A»t

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