The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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8-AFgona Upper Des MoSnes Tuetday, March 14, 1950 Timothy Slaven Died Friday; Rites Monday Fenlon — Funeral services for Timothy Joseph Slaven were held Monday at 9:30 a. m. at St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore, with burial in the Catholic cemetery there. Mr. Slaven passed away Friday, nt the home of his daughter, Mrs. Floyd Racobs, after a lingering illness. He was born .Tune 12, 1878, at Rippey, la. On Feb. G, 1907, he was united in marriage at West Bend to Ellen Buttemore. Seven children were born to this union, all surviving. They are: Eugene and Joseph, Kansas City, Mo.: Donald, Laurens, la.; Emmet of Fenton, and Mrs. Rita Racobs of Fenton; Mrs. Florence Wilfong, Fort Dodge; and Mar garet, Long Beach, Cal. Mr. Slaven moved to Palo Alto county in 1901, and farmed as WUHVJ » ti Ai7WAf CII1U. AC111I1CU OO long as his health permitted. His wife passed in 1939. Two sisters, Mrs. D. H. Mahoney and Mrs. Mamie Streff, Ft. Dodge, also survive. Mr. Slaven was a member of the Emmetsburg Knights of Columbus. A Surprise Party Mrs. W. W. Jolly entertained five friends of Billy's at a surprise birthday party Monday evening in observance of Billy's 12th birthday. The boys spent the evening playing games, after which lunch was served. 88ih Bh-lhday Mrs. C. I. C. Laage observed her 88th birthday anniversary on Monday, March 6. Many friends and relatives visited in the afternoon and evening. Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbors club met last Thursday at Mrs. Ben Luedtke's, with Mrs, Charles Schultz as assisting hostess. Eighteen members were present. Guests were Mesdames W. H. Friedrich, Everett Breyer, 'Paul Eigler and Barrel Dreyer. The latter is a. new member. Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Ed Meyer had charge of the lesson. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer will attend the last training school this Friday. April hostesses will be Mrs. O. J. Ranney and Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Supply Pastor Roy Hagen of Minneapolis will conduct services in the Armstrong and Seneca Lutheran churches for the next three months. Mr. Hagen is awaiting a call to do mission work in India. Fourth Birthday Mrs. Forrest Flower entertained a group of children to cele- Drate Marilyn's fourth birthday. Guests were Trudy Huskamp; Peggy Voigt. Judy Jolley, Carol Ann Shaw, Wagner Stoeber, Billy Weisbrod, Dennis Newel, James Weisbrod, and Susan Stoeber. will conclude with a skating party. Mr. Geo. Scott of White City, Kqn., visited Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith. Mr. Smith and Mr. Scott were in the navy together. Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, and John Menz visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. John Menz at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago were Sunday dinner guests in the Rev Wolfe home. Bill Stoeber, Jim Jeritu,, and Howard Krause attended the auto show at Des Moines, Monday, . Mr. and Mrs. Hehry Tieman were Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Tieman home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Susan and Stephen, were Monday supper guests in the rfoe Verbrugge home at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited Saturday and Sunday in the Herb Weiske home at Carroll. Mrs. Rex Wolfe visited Monday in the home of her sister, Mrs. Jennie Armstrong at Blue Earth, Minn. The Study club of the W.S.C.S. met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Schlei. Group study was led by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. Ten members were present. Tuesday - Wednesday, March 14-15 Matinee Daily 2 P.M. '*~* Wb lib i DAVIS JOSEPH GOTTEN nd the Forest «» DAVID BRIAN • RUTH ROMAN ADOID Added Cartoon-"Fox Hunt"-New*-"Wh!te Magic" Thursday - Friday - Saturday, March 16-17-18 mm LIVES... THEIR LAUGHS... THEIR LOVES! JOHN WAYNE JOHN AGAR ADill MARA FORREST TUCKER WAUVCASSEU Mlf BJSHOP \uxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ed Bruhn with Mrs. Rex Wolfe as co-hostess. Twelve members were present. Mrs. Gerlard Hantelman had charge of he special feature which was a citchen guessing game. During the business meeting it was decided to give $5 to the Red Cross. Membership Contest The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Wednesday evening. March 8 in the home of Marilyn Weisbrod. Kathleen Bollinger gave a talk, and Marilyn Weisbrod had the picture study. Anna Rae Weisbrod gave a talk on Remodeling, and Elsie Eigler, leader, gave a talk on Color Combinations. Edna Hantelman illustrated Room Planning. A contest is being held for getting new members. The contest Imported if raw braid deftly manipulated into a becoming off-the- face bonnet. $4.98 ELITE SHOP Many At Last Rites For Mrs. Wm. Ristau, LuVerne LuVerne — Funeral services for Mrs. William Ristau, 66, were held at the Ristau home and at the LuVerne Zion Lutheran church, Friday afternoon, March 3, with the Rev. Lewis Wittenburg officiating. Pallbearers were nephews, Robert McKenna of Hardy; Tommy Kissinger of Livermore; Keith Baessler of Renwick; Marvyn Doherty of Clarion; Eugene Baessler and Charles K. Hanselman of LuVerne. Minnie Bertha Ristau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baessler, was born April 17, 1883, on a farm in Humboldt county, near Livermore. She was the eldest of nine children. After finishing her local schooling, she entered nurses training in the Good Samaritan hospital at Sioux City. She practiced her nursing profession for a number of years at New Hampton. On Jan. 1, 1939, she was united in marriage to William Ristau of LuVerne. She is survived by her husband, two step-sons, Bruno and Arno Ristau of Sioux City; five grandchildren, two brothers, Carl Baessler of Livermore, and Frank Baessler of Humboldt; six sisters, Mrs. Emma Lanning of Sioux City, Mrs. Ida McKenna of Hardy, Mrs. Cora Harris of Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. Lena Doherty of Clarion, Mrs. Sylvia Brotherton of Pasadena, Cal., and Mrs. Lu Lu Anderson of Des Moines. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. t , Those from away who came'to attend the services were Otto Ristau of East End, Canada; Mrs. Cora Harris of Los Angeles, CaL; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brotherton of Pasadena, Cal.; Mrs. Emma Lanning and Bruno Ristau of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson, Mrs. W. A. Cook of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Dean James and son of Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanselman of Garner; Mr. and Mrs. V..Gardner of Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Lena Doherty and Mrs. C. Preftakes of Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. F. Eisler, Mr. and Mrs. V. Wood, F. E. McKenfia, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baessler,' of Humboldt: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ristau of Gilmore Cily; Mrs. Loren Barker of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, Tommy and Bernadine Kissinger, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baessler, of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Alfred Krueger, Janet and Kermit Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. G. Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. F. Schultz, of Lone Rock; Mrs. John Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ristau, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Johnson, Mrs. Ida Lieb, and George Ristau of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKenna, Mr. and Mrs. W. Martinek, of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bierstedt, and Mrs. Richard Potratz, of Whittemore; and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Baessler of Renwick. Take 10-Day Trip John Smith, LuVerne, accom- Tuesday - Wednesday, March 14-15 Wm. Lundigan and Dorothy Patrick in "FOLLOW ME QUIETLY" Added Canon-Pluto's "Judgment Day"—News Sunday - Monday, March 19-20 —2nd Feature— Cufrf/n/wcaif IDALUPINO UUIV VMM UQ FOttEST'BMSSEUf'rtNN UUIrlll~USIIIUI-ElllEICUnai >, «.! f JQJ Thursday - Friday - Saturday/ March 16-17-18 WAKELY —2nd Feature- Tom Neal in "AMAZON QUEST" Added Serial-"Adv. of Wild Bill Hickok" panied by his son, Fred Smith, Ft. Dodge, and his sister-in-law Mrs. Emily Guy of LuVerne, went Friday to Corydon where they visited Mrs. Guy's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, and in Colfax with Mrs. Guy's son, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Guy and family, her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keipp and family. Mrs. Guy returned to her home in LuVerne, Monday. Mr. Smith and son Fred went on to Effingham, 111., where they visited their daughter-in-law and sister-in-law, Mrs. Sadie Smith, and two children. Before returning home, they visited Fred Smith, brother of John Smith, living at Henry, 111., and Mrs. Gib Barkley, sister of John Smith, at Danville, 111. They were away 10 days. One of Twins Dies Relatives at LuVerne received word of the birth of twin sons to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Ft. Dodge, at Mercy hospital, Monday morning, March 6. One of the sons has been placed in an incubator, while the other son died shortly after birth. Besides his parents, he is survived by his twin brother, another brother, Gene Alan, 18 months, and a sister, Kathryn Louise, 3 years. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paul of Lehigh, and John Smith, LuVerne, also survive. Graveside rites were held Monday afternoon. March 6, at North Lawn cemetery, Ft. Dodge. Dr. Paul Smith, pastor of the First Baptist church of Ft. Dodge conducted the services. Birthday Club Hostess Mrs. John Stampka, with Mrs. Gordon Davidson, assisting hostess, entertained the Neighborhood Birthday club at her farm home, March 7. Roll call was answered by 18 members. Mrs. Albert Hefti was a guest of the club. The birthdays of Mrs. Harvey Will. Mrs. Walter Muhle, Sr., and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, president of the club, were observed, and each received gifts. The social hour was in charge of Mrs. Albert Genrich and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Mrs. George Hobscheidt will entertain the club at the April 4 meeting. Bid & Bye Bridge Mrs. Earl Hanselman entertained the Bid and Bye bridge club at her farm home Tuesday evening. March 7. Mrs. Gilbert Rowen was a guest. Three tables were in play, with high honor, Mrs. Charles K. Hanselman. Second high honor was divided between Mrs. J. Arnold Hjelle and Mrs. Edward Lindebak. Attended Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boge, their daughter, Mrs. Alfred Schipull, their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boge, went to Persia, Iowa, Tuesday. They attended the funeral. Wednesday, there, of Mrs. Will Oloff; sister-in-law of Mrs. Mike Boge. Mr. Oloff, who was severely burned the first of the year, is still confined in a hos pital. Bobby and Randy, small sons of the Ralph Boges, were cared for by their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Waeburger, at Harcourt. Painting Class Meets The textile painting class met at the rooms of the Zion Lutheran church, Tuesday afternoon, March 7. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Lewis Wittenburg, Mrs. Lillie Heese of Luverne, and Mrs. Herman Gronbach of Livermore. They plan to meet again Tuesday, March 21, with Mrs. Jon Nelson and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman as hostesses. A Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Askel Nielsen entertained guests recently as a farewell courtesy for their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. George Veldhouse and children, who moved this spring to a farm near Clarion. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll, son Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bager, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engel, daughter Meredith, all of LuVerne, and Mrs. Marie Hunt of Mason City. Buy Hall Duplex Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Baker, who moved last fall to Sexton, have now purchased half of a duplex in Algona where they moved a week ago. Bruce ana Ronald, small sons of Mr. and Mrs. Baker, stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve R. Baker, while their parents moved. Visited la Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer, daughter Joyce, Jack McClellan of LuVerne, met Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powell at Ogden, Iowa, Friday morning and drove to Dayton, Ohio, where they visited until Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Weller. Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Powell, and Jack McClellan are sisters and brother of Mrs. Weller. Donald, small son of the Harold Meyers, stayed with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hinz, during his parents' absence. Mrs. Hjelie Hostess Mrs. J. Arnold Hjelle was hostess to the Evening Star circle of the W.S.C.S., Thursday evening, March 9, with 14 members attending. •* The devotional service was given by Miss Genora Roland. The lesson study was conducted by Mrs. Clarence Lambert. The hostess served refreshments following a social hour. Mrs. Zentner and Mrs. James Seim were guests. LuVerne Livewifes Patty Hansen entertained the LuVerne Livewires 4-H club at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Hansen, Monday evening, March 6. Their leader, Mrs. Albert Fish, and 13 members Avere present, and one guests, Marsha Prior. At Livermore Meeting Mesdames Emmett Knary, P.I. Chapman, William Hedrick, Cur^ tis Morgan, Wesley Cleveland, Henry Kubly, Sula Frantz, James Doak, Walter Engel, Eli Bager, and I. H. Benedict and Mrs. Milo Patterson attended a meeting at the Presbyterian church in Livermore, Thursday afternoon. The guest speaker was the Rev. G. Winn, Pocahontas, who just recently returned from Japan. Father-Daughter Banquet The general meeting of the W.S.C.S. was held at the church •ooms, Wednesday afternoon, March 8. Hostesses for the meet- ng were S. R. Baker, Duane Neal. Harold Trauger. Elmer Kubly, John Tiss, and Miss Grace Lichty. Mrs. Gft-ald Brace, vice president, presided over the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. George Wolf. Final plans were made and committees read for the Father-Daughter banquet, which the society serves Thursday, March. 16. The devotional service Was led by Mrs. Clarence Krause. Mrs. J. Arnold Hjelle had the lesson topic. Richard Smith of Des Moines spent the past week in LuVerne, looking after the sales work of his father. Lloyd F. Smith. Mr. Smith, salesman foe Ci C. Taft Co. of Des Moines, has been ill and unable to cover his territory^ YSrn dolls were* made by the Busy Beavers at their meeting; after school Wednesday, Match 8, at the school house. Mrs. Jon Nelson and Esther Merkle sponsor these small girls in their handicraft work. Myrna Larimer Was hostess, serving refreshments. THE D&D CAFE WILL HAVE A __ \ Cret-acquainted Night Friday, March 17 FROM 7 TO 10 P.M. Free Fish Sandwiches Next door west of Algona Co-op. 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