The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1950
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Mrs, Voffeler OfFenfonJJ, Rites Saturday n. Ftolon ~- Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes Catherine Votteler r?n e n he l d W?*P> March 25? II 1.30 p. m. at the home and 2 p.m. at St. Luke's Lutheran church Fairville, with Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiating. Burial was in St. Luke's cemetery. . Sh * was preceded in death by low hus ^ a " d - who died April 23, 1942, and four children. ng are the following Clara (Mrs. Wm. Fisch- Geo grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. Three sisters surviving are Mrs. Mary Miller of Fenton, and two sisters in Getmay. Agnes Catherine Wick was and" - 1 24> ^ 62> in Germanv ' -iith. She left Germany in 1882, arriving at Waterloo, Iowa, 24 days later. Her marriage to Robert Votteler took place there Dec. 26, 1883. In 1884, the couple came to A beautiful coat for a beautiful lady ... a charming style featuring a" scalloped yoke and shoulder detail. Of long wearing gabardine in Red, Navy, Gold, Green, Beige, Saddle, Gray and Black. Sizes 8 to 20. Amazingly low priced. $35-00 A new coat . • • with the spirit of Spring. Cha/ming %t length topper with one button closing, featuring long pointed col- IOT, turnback cuffs and smart slash pockets, accented by saddle stitching. Handsome all worsted gabardine in seven popular new Spring shades. Sizes 8 to 20. $35.00 their farm six miles southwest of Fenton, where they lived for 38 years. In 1922 they moved to Fenton. Mrs. Votteler was ill for the past two years and confined to her home. Death came'there suddenly Wednesday evening, at the age of 87. Senior Play Offered Fenton high seniors presented their play, "A Little Honey", Friday night, March 24, at the school gym.' The cast of characters included Dolores Mansager, Layton Be.Vie, Jayne DeWall, Gladys Mueller, feverly Pierce, Dale Mitchelt, Floyd Bellinger, Anna Rae Weisbrod, Mildred Bruhn, Doris Bierstedt, Rose Mary Cornelius and Ray Cornelius. Between acts a girl's sextet presented several numbers. Women's Club Elects The Town and Country Women s club met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. John Waite, with Mrs. Calvin Vaudt as co- hostess. A report was given on the proceeds of the Home Talent- Show. Election of officers was held: President, Mrs. Don Shaw vice president, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp; secretary, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt; treasurer, Mrs. Mervin Pnebe; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Russell Jensen; historian, Mrs, Ted Jensen. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp gave a travelogue of Arizona. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Mrs. Russell Jensen as co-hostesses. W.S.C.S. Circle Met The Gertrude Becke'r circle of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, with Mrs. Clifford Douglas as co-hostess. Fourteen members were present. Guests were Mrs. Herman Huskamp, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. Spear. Mrs. Lyle Bassett had charge of the devotions. Mrs. Hans Baago gave the lesson. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs. Clayton Ditswftrth as co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, John Menz and Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt of Alden, Minn., visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. John Menz at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. The Auxiliary sewing club met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Martin Ohm. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Des Moines, where Oliver attended an all-day meeting of the 20th Century Fox Showmanship meeting. Weber Yager is a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and Lloyd of Stewartsville, Minn., visited Tuesday afternoon in the Frank McFall home. Titonka P.T.A. Hears Glee Club At Last Meeting Titonka — The Titonka P.T.A. met on Monday evening, March 20, at the high school auditorium. Mrs. Wm. Gerard was chairman of the program. A group of selections was given by the girls glee club. The pupils of the fourth grade gave a demonstration of several games used in their P. T. classes and also gave a choral reading. Committees reported on the purchase of new mirrors for the girls' rest rooms and also on the purchase of new bedding for the cot which is used by sick pupils. »»RE THE WANT ADS A frivolous blouse of imported batiste with imported organdy embroidered down front and collar cdge'd with a lacy foam of val. Sites 32 to 40 Prize it for its perklncss — marked only £li ELITE SHOP DR.QU/Z COMPANY THfc 6 A ME OF "CHESS" ARE HOW MANY 'MEN" Oft CHABACTf&S ? A. 14 B. 32 c.*a t>. 54 OL& '0AU6HT IN A MOUSE TKAP IS AM BXP8E4SION USiO IN A.FOOTBALL B. BASiBALL C. HOCKfY 0. TENNIS EATS PLENTY OF... A. BrANS C. O/V/ONJ &. QH8.Pi, o. > tmivpuAt ifAruiin AOV ca 14*7 If you're in the market for essentials for remodeling or repairing your hau**, the BEAUY-M1 X CONCRETE & SUPPLY COMPANY has the lumber "ea- dy-iui* concrete, pictujre windows, wiJJworjf, roofing, builders' hardware, mirrors and insulation you need. Ai Men, Football and Spinach is the key to the quiz. READY-MIX CONCRETE AND SUPPLY COMPANY 202 NORTH LANTRY PHONC ONE-SIX-SIX I-'OH 'BEADV-MIX'' AL CsONA IOWA Irish Jubilee To Open Amateur Show In Wesley Wesley _ -An Irish Jubilee" is to be the opening number in the annual amateur program, which will be presented to the public, F "day night, April 14, in the high school auditorium. About 25 of the talented young people of Wesley will thrill the audience with their 'exceptional renditions of Irish harmony, wit, jokes, readings, and other exceptional acts. Prizes of $5 and $3 will be awarded to contestants in each of the two groups: those 12 years old and under, and those over that age. Three out-of-town judges will pick the winners. This annual contest is sponsored by the American Legion Aux- liary. and any desiring to enter mould contact Mrs. Tom For- )urger. Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Mrs. Viola Sluder, or any other Auxiliary member. Pre-Nuplial Shower Many Wesleyans received invitations to a pre-nuptial shower for Rosemary Arend, that was held last Sunday in the St. Benedict parochial school. She was employed in the Al Loebig and Ed Loebig cafe several years ago. She will be married April 12 to Philip Dangelser. She is a daughter of John Arend of St. Benedict. He has been employed on a farm near Bancroft. $304 To Library Fund A ioial of $304 was realized from Ihe library benefit tale held Tuesday of last week in the Fox-West sale barn. $32 was realized from lunches sold at the sale barn that afternoon. The Wesley Community library board is very thankful to all rural and town folks who so generously donated the articles that were sold and to those who purchased them. They are <u*o tnanKful to Frank Fox and Cletus West, owners of the sales pavilion, and their personnel for cooperation In the community project. fn Senior Class Play "People are Funny" is the title of the Senior class play which the group will begin practicing soon. Mrs. Charles Mullin will direct the play. Reminder Is Sold Mr. and Mrs. Don Powers of Knoxville have purchased the Corwith-Woden-Wesley weekly reminder from Mrs. Kenneth Dwyer, who has operated it the past five years. The business was started five years ago, when the Dwyer family moved from Humboldt into the Ed Runs house, now owned and occupied by Charles Prices. Possession will bo given April 10. Tuesday, March 28, 1950 Algona Upper Des Mofnes-7 Tuesday - Wednesday March 28-29 STRArGHT-SHOOW TIM TAMES CROOKED TEXAS TOWN! Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, March 28-29-30 DAILY MATINEE 2 P.M. " The Hasty Heart' will win your heart!" touis SOBOL "Bravo! An Oscar Contender for sure!" EARL WILSON "One of the best pictures I've Seei^L FRANK FARRELL "It tops the stage plav^^ 25 * 2 ^^^ i~ ne picture of the & month!" REDBOOK RICHARD MARTIN MAIJORIE IORO f,.«...dfcr HUMAN ICHtOM Oir.tiid br tlltlT ItUNOfl •>.»(•• b, MMMAN MOUITO* 2nd Feature Lizabeth Scott in 'TOO IATE FOR TEARS' Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., March 30-31 -April! 2nd Feature John Mack Drown in "WEST OF WYOMING" Added Serial—"Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" Richard gives the greatest performance of the year!" HBOOA HOPPER RONALD REAGAN PATRICIANEAIRICPOTODO MUCUDI.VINCENT SHERMAN SCBECN rw BV RANALD M..DOUGAU Added Carfoon "Orphan Duck"—News Friday T Saturday, March 31-April 1 [ Are You f In Th* Market For A Good USED TRUCK! USED TRUCKS A Quartet of Good Buys At Ke*suth Motor! 1947 Chevrolet 2-Ton LWB 1095 Fitted with 8.25 x 20 ten-ply fires. Lots of extras. A wonder boy at the price. 1942 Dodge 1'/2-Ton Truck $ S9§ Low mileage and goo mechanical condition. 1940 Chevrolet 1 '/2-Ton LWB This one has got a new paint ^ _ job, and rates A-l mechanical- 9>^f. Jt% §£. '*• Jir3l —————-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^ff^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, __ t 1938 Chevrolet 1'/2-Ton LWB Good motor and new paint— and get a load of this special price. Kossuth Motor Co, ^ , s^~^\ rt^uSuMi we? * Sunday - Monday, April 2-3 ^j^aa^c.^^e^^^V:^-^*..~~"« |H^ -.^^.- . m^ir * *;?-*=* AN NY KAYE Phone 200 Genuine Parti "Across From Post Office" WALTER.JLEZAK .^^"^JER^W^D^H^N^Y Added Cartoon—"Hen House Henry"-News KO^fEf Tuesday - Wednesday, April 4-5 Errol Flynn and Greer Carson in "That Forsyte Woman

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