The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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Roeber Buys Bowling Alleys For Whitfemore Whiitemore—Maynard Roeber, proprietor of Hi-V/ay Inn, arranged for the purchase of three howling alleys Monday, now located at Dell Rapids, S. D. These alleys will be moved here in May and will be ready for operation Sept. 1. They will be located on the street floor in the east half of the Roeber building next to the cafe. Extensive remodeling will be underway as soon as possible, the major work will be to lengthen the building 12 feet to the south. A doorway will connect the alleys to the restaurant. la Speech Winner Jeanne Weinhold, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Paul G. Weinhold, was one of the three contestants out of ten who rated first in a pre-district state high school speech contest held at Rolfe last week Tuesday afternoon. She competed in interpretive reading division, with ten contestants competing in this division from high schools in Carroll, Rolfe, Storm Lake, Laurens, Manson, and West Bend. Three of the 10 contestants given first are entitled to compete in the district contest to be held in th% near future. Miss Weinhold's poetry selection was Edna St. Vincent Millay's "The Murder of Lidice." Fern Valley Homemakers The Fern Valley Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Daniel Foley Monday. Mrs. Frank Eisele was hostess. A buffet dinner was served. The lesson was the Family entertains, presented by Mrs, Doer. She showed slides on table settings. Fifteen ladies were present, including the guest, Mrs. Fnese. The next meeing will be held at the home of Mrs. P. J. Andre. "500" Club Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kisch entertained the "500" club at their home Wednesday evening. High score went to Raymond Elbert and Mrs. Raymond Elbeft; low, to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kollasch, and Mrs. Raymond Elbert won the travel prize. 83rd Birthday August Gade was pleasantly surprised on his 83rd birthday, Sunday afternoon. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell, Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, and August Roeber. The dinner was brought and served by the guests. Cleo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier celebrated her seventh birthday Tuesday evening. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dogotch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paulina Gade, arid Mr. and Mrs. William Gade" and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. August Elbeft entertained the Pinpchle club at their home Monday evening. The high score went to Henry Mueller and Mrs. Harley Will; low to Lawrence Kisch and Mrs. Henry Mueller. William Fandel won the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. William Koehn- ecke of Sheldon spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hanover here Sunday. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred R. Ruhnke of Lotts Creek spent the weekend with Mr. and FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP WESTERN BUYERS ALGONA.IOWA, STOCK BUYERS PHONEI07 Mrs. Neil Hurl in Davenport. Mrs. Hurl and the men are sister and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Baas of Storden, Minn., visited here Sunday with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family of Lotts Creek and Mrs. Emma Schultz were Sunday evening visitors at the Art Heid- enwitlva. Mrs. Bertha Behnke, Mrs. Richard Potratz, Mrs. Archie Voigt, Mrs. Anna Dau, and Mrs. Fred Struecker visited at the home of Mrs. Emilie Siems and Alfred Meyers Monday afternoon. Mrs. William Ridge of Algona Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Hardy; Mrs. William Halloway of Rawleigh, N. C., visited with their mother, Mrs. Beatha Klatt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reding and daughter, Pamela, and Mrs. Beatha Klatt were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner at St. Joe. • Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keene and family of Worthington, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Johannson and family of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld and son of Algona were Sunday visitors at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene, and celebrated the Geilenfelds' son's birthday. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Paulina Gade to help her celebrate her 75th birthday Sunday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wlchtendahl, Mrs. Carl Ostwald, Mrs. Herbert Schmidt, Mrs. Emilie Siems, and son, Erwin, of here; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer, Algona. Evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade, 1Ar. and Mrs. Arnold Gade, Mr. and Mrs. William Gade and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and family, and Meta Gade. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom of Burt, Rosella Voigt of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and . son Raymond, Arthur Heiden, with, and Dorothy Rosendahl helped Ellsworth Heidenwith eel- lebrate his birthday Wednesday evening. Pinochle and canasta were played, and a lunch was served. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Bargman, former Whittemore residents, now living in Estherville, will be glad to learn that their •oldest son, William, has signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber entertained a number of relatives Sunday evening in honor of Mr. Roeber's birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and family, Emma and August Roeber, who were six o'clock dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Struecker and family, and Mrs. Emma Potratz evening guests. BABIES Two sisters, one living in Davenport and one in Washington, la., gave birth to baby daughters on the same day, Jan. 26. The two mothers are Mrs. Earl Felderman and Mrs. Sam Neff. Their parents, who became proud grand parents twice on that day, are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempewolf of Bellevue. ndfather was thrifty but he gambled! •In fact, once upon a time, all business men who advertised were, willing or unwilling, confirmed speculators. They couldn' t help i t, because in those days they had no way of knowing what they would get for their money. To4ay, advertising money can be invested on a basis of facts—the information in the reports of the Audit Bureau of Circulations, a national, cooperative and non-profit association of 3300 advertisers, advertising agencies and publishers. The A.B.C., organized in 1914, has established Standards for measuring the circula- 18 Deaths, 41 Births In County During February Baby girls outnumbered boys, 21 to 20 in new arrivals during February in Kossuth county according to the vital statistics filed with the clerk of court. While there werfe 41 new arrivals, there Were ^18 deaths, Deaths Ida Bell Brace, 76, Fenton; Joseph Eyth, 74, Algona; Marjorie .Edith Friets, 15, Bancroft; Kate Frideres, 6B, St. Joe; George F. Foertsch, 62, Wesley. Earnest A. Grant, 74, Lu Verne; Laura M. Hansen, 87, Titonka; Clarence Everette Hendrickson, 41, Bancroft; Clara Estella Haverly, 53, Wesley; Peter Koppeh, 90, Lakota; Edythe L. Micka, 66, Lone Rock. Kenneth Jde Morgan, two months, Algona; Lena Pannkuk, 73, Titonka; Maurice Edward Polhemus, 79, Burt; James Alexander Strayer, 74 Algona; Elizabeth A. Skiliing, 81, Irvington; Edith E. Taylor, 72, Algona; Jacob M. Weaver, 74, Sexton. Births Born to Mr. and Mrs.— Arnold L. Arndorfer, Corwith, girl; William P. Bonstetter, Whittemore, girl; Clement J; Elbert, Algona, girl; Gerald P. Frankl, Iryington, boy; Walter L. Friesner, Algona, boy; Raphael J. Faber, Algona, boy. Matt Fisch, Algona, girl; Robert M. Flemming, Whittemore, girl; Oryille W. Gardner, Lone Rock, girl; Manuel W. Gerber, St. Benedict, girl; Carl W. Henricks, Algona, girl; Andrew Curtis Hanson, Algona, boy; Richard D. Harmon, Algona, boy; James A. Jorgenson, Fenton, boy; Ralph A. Johnson, Corwith, boy. Bernard Fred Kunkel, Ban- crpft, boy; Joseph C. Lodden, Lu Verne, girl; Leo F. Leininger, Whittemore, boy; Ferdinand Otto MIttag, Lone Rock, girl; Donald L. Miller, LuVerne, boy; Alfred H. Meyer, Whittemore, boy; Kenneth G. Morgan, Algona, boy. Bruce W. Mackebon, Algona, girl; Marcell Adam NiedZielski, Wesley, boy; Harold J. Nelson, Lone Reck, girl; Eugene F. Nurre, Bancroft, boy; Arthur E. Obrecht, Wesley, girl; Henry D. Pfeffer, Wesley, boy; Verl R, Patterson, Algona, boy; George H. Sleeker, Titonka, girl; Walter J. Schiltz, Bancorft, boy. Wilfred W. St. John, Algona, girl; Walter R. Schmeling, Algona, boy; Paul J. Skyrda, Corwith, girl; Vincent Patrick Schuller, Mallard, girl; Robert R. Sammons, Algona, girl; Robert D. Trenary, Corwith, boy; Gerald D. Taylor, Algona, boy; Lester M. Ullestad, Algona, girl; Allen '"?. Wagner,! Algona, girl, and Harty' D." YOhgeberg, Algoh'a, girl. '49 Plates Passe After March 15 Motorists displaying 1949 license plates and registration certificates on or after March 15 will become subject to arrest and fine for improper registration, the state safety department said today. Leslie B. Chase, departmental director of the motor vehicle division, said all county treasurers have now furnished sheriffs with names of motorists known to be delinquent in their respective counties Chase said drivers who have new plates and certificates in their possession but who neglect to display them by March 15 will also face improper registration charges. On that date, the highway patrol will begin stopping delinquent motorists on the highways, according to Chief S. N. Jesper- seri. Chase said 1949 registrations actually became delinquent Feb. 1, and that motorists purchasing new plates now mUst pay a penalty fee equal to 5 per cent of registration cost. Final Rites For Mrs. 0. A. Jenson At Swea City Swea Clly — Funeral services for Mrs. O. H. Jenson were held Thursday p. m. at the First Baptist church with scores of friends in attendance. The Rev. Peter Peters had charge of the Service. Mrs. Jenson was born Rosena Gustavia Eckholm, on July 5, 1880, in Seneca township. She •passed away at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, on March 6. 1950, at the age of 69. She was the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eckholm, pioneers of Seneca twp. She spent her young years in her father's home, attending the local school, after which she was a dressmaker apprentice in Bancroft. On June 6, 1906, she was united in marriage to Otto A. Jenson. They began housekeeping on their farm in Seneca and later moved to a farm three miles northwest of Swea City, where they lived for many years, after which they sold the place to their youngest son, Maynard, and moved to their farm 414 miles south of Swea City, where they continued to live, although retired. Three children were born to the Jensons. Virgil and Maynard, who live on adjoining farms in Swea township, and Mrs. Claud Faugust (Eunice), who preceded her mother in death. Also preceding her in death were her parents, two brothers, Phillip and Conrad Eckholm, and a sister, Mfs. Ed Frakes (Minnie). Surviving are her husband, the two sons, six grandchildren, two sisters, Lydia and Effie Eckholm, Des Moihes; two brothers, Otto Eckholm, Inglewood, Cal., and Lewis of Swea City. Early in life Mrs. Jenson united with the old Swea twp. Swedish Baptist church; several years later she transferred her membership to the First Baptist church in Swea City, where she remained a faith- Tuesday, March 14, 1950 Algeria Upper Dei Main«*-5 ful member as long as she lived. She was a deaconess at the time death claimed her. Music Was furnished by a mixed quartet, Lavonne Peterson, John Erickson. and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Larson, who sang "Pre* clous Name" and "Sweet By and By." The solo, "Precious Lord, Take My Hand," was sting by Lavonne Peterson. Mrs. Walter G. Smith presided at the piano. Upwards of $500 was received for Missions, and many floral pieces were given in tribute to the memory of the departed. Pallbearers wore old friends, and deacons of the church: Emil Larson, John Jongberg, Francis Treat, Chas. Kesler, Ervin Link. Burial was in Harrison twp. cemetery. _____ PAPER SUPPLIES, carbon paper, desk bloiters. file folders, card index holder* and supplies, ai the ALGlONA UPPER DES MOINES, In the NEW newspaper building, OFFICE SUPPLIES, fcos- guth county's largest stock. The Algona Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building. •• f\ rnmmtm For prompt relief L \M L L I from stomach ulcer • |m C. 1.1 pdas, g»s, heart• • • •* •<• • barn, belching and noose* doe to etceSJ add, get a 25c box of famous, wonder-working UDGA Tablets absolutely FREE today M Tifiges Drug Store WANT ADS BfllNGS RESULTS PHONE 229 tions of newspapers and periodicals, just as there are definite standards for the weights and measures of merchandise. This newspaper is a member of A.B.C. Our circulation is audited by experienced circulation auditors. The information thus obtained is issued in A.B.C. reports which show how much circulation we have, where it goes, how it was obtained and other facts that tell business men what they get for their money when they advertise in these columns. Ask for a copy of our A. B.C. report. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES KoMuth County's Pioneer Newspaper Phone 1100 Algona, Iowa DWARF H. S. Kiesau, of near Frankville. recently sold a dwarf bull; a black Angus, weighing 715 pounds and about three feet in height, although fully grown. When born, the bull was about the size of a wood-chuck. TYPING PAPER. Algona Uppei Des Moines, phone 110U A HAPPY HOME MUST BE QUITE WARM- THROUGH EACH AND EVER* CHILL ING STORM Storms won't worry you when you have our coal to heat your home! 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