The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950
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4-Atflonq Upp«r DM Molnes Tuesday, April 4, 1950 FOXES In one day of hunting recently, Dale.Misel of Marengo bagged 16 foxes; 3 adults and 13 young ones. Bounty amounted to $22. BAKE SALE at Moose Lodge Thurs. r April 6 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sponsored by S.D.A. Ddrcas Society It's easy; Jow cost ant) dependable to Ipoi! chicks with HUDSON-HART GAS BROODER • No fuel to carry — no storm worries — no Cleaning when you use the Hudson-Hart Gas Brooder. It's automatic — holds temperature where you ,"want it day after day without attention, floods chicks with health-giving radiant heat. Perfected ventilation. Time-tested and proved — today's most dependable, economical efficient 'gas brooder. ' Algona All-Gas Co. South Phillips St. Algona ; Stop in Today ft REASONS ^fr _^fc^^ f» •for choosing a automatic Fuel OH water heater 1. Every modtl ia sold under a Literal Warranty and TIV.S' Year Protection Plan. (Ask lor full particulars.) 2. Fully Automatic Controls — keep the water uniformly ntau-d to the temperature you ciioose. 3. Exclusive Dual Chamber Burm-r — engineered l.y Duo- Therm to give a full-bodied, clean-burning name. \'i*u get more hot water— use has oil! 4. Flame-in-the-Flue Construction -puts heat in the heart of the water- fed! You get /ik-nly of hot water— even on wash days. 5. Fuel-Saviri; Insulation — kfctps tht i.L-at in the water i/n a Duo-Therm. Durable Double Base lets you install a Duo- Therm on any type floor. 6. N'o gas or electric connections needed ! Can be installed anywhere. 7. Beautiful white enamel finish und trim, modern lines. 8. All modela listed as Standard by Underwriters' Laboratories. Slop in this weak for all the facts. Choice of 3 models— easy term?. ' FUNK & DEIM Plumbing & Heating So. Dodge St. Algona Fenfon Woman, Resident Since , Succumbs Fenion -*• Martha Chrischilles, daughter of Joseph and Mary Menz, was born June 4, 1883, at Garner, loWa. In 1888, she moved with her parents from the Garner vicinity to a fram several miles south of Fenton. She was united in marriage with Walthon Chrischilles in the year 1902 at Fenton. The Chrischilles family resided oji a farm until the year 1925 at which time they moved to Fenton. Two years later, in the month of May, Mr. Chrischilles passed away. Mrs. Chrischilles then cared for her aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Menz, until they passed away. Mrs. Chri- schilles continued to reside in her home in Fenton until about four years ago, when ill health caused her to make her home with her son and family. She has not been well _ that time and was hospitalizec for about 18 months. She passec away on March 27 in the Dr. Benson home at Burt. Mrs. Chrischil- les was confirmed in the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, but later became member of the local Methodist church as well as the Woman's organization of that church. Those in the immediate family who are left to cherish the memory of her good and useful life are one son, Roy Chrischilles, one grandson. Ronald Chrischilles, and one brother, John Menz. All other members of the family including three brothers preceded her in death. Trip To Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Racobs left Saturday, March 18, for Memphis, Term., on a combined business and pleasure trip. On their Evangelist Here Waterloo; la. A 6 lb., 6 oz. son, was born last week Monday to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. .Scott at thfe Buffalo Centat hospital and 1 has IteerV named 1 James William. Mrs ; Scott is the former Margaret Schroeder, and this is their- first grandchild. Mr. Scott is a stiident at MacAled- ter college in Sfc Paul, Minn, Little Elles. sort of the Rev. and Mrs. Elles Ullandj has recovered from a light Attack of scarlet fever and the family has been -released from quarantine. Meadames Will Mabus, Fred way home they visited for a day with relatives in Kansas City, Mo., returning home Friday evening. Miss Margaret Saven, sister of Mrs. Racobs, stayed with the Racobs children while the parents were away. Margaret left Monday evening by train from Boone "or Long Beach, Cal., where she s employed in a clinic. She has been in' Fenton since Dec. 8, caring for her father, Tim Slaven, in his illness. Rev. St Mis. Brvc* Aug»burger Galretion, Indiana Rev. and Mrs. Bfyce Augsburger, evangelists and musical team from Galveston, Indiana, will conduct services at the Baptist church from April 9 through 16. Their first service will be Easter Sunday, and they will hold evening programs April 9, 12, 13, 14, and 16. Fairvilte Aid Met The St. Luke's Ladies Aid of Fairville met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. Guests were Mrs. Adolph Pertl of Ringsted, Mrs. John Ruhnke of Whittemore, Mrs. Earl Fauss, and Mrs. Bill Hanover. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Flowers are visityig in the home of their son, Rev. Flowers, for a few days. They are returning to their home in Araypsahoe, Colo., from a vacation in Florida and Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and family spent Sunday in Humboldt. Albin Nelson spent from Thursday to Monday in Minneapolis, visiting friends and relatives. Bobby Ulestad of Ringsted accompanied him. The Hook and Eye sewing club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Martin Hantelman. Guests were Mrs. Loren Barker and Mrs. Hill HanU-lman. Mrs. Arnold Haller and Marcia of Charles City visited a week in the home of Mrs. Mailer's parents, Morris Mitihell's. Mr. and Mrs. John Verbragge and family of Armstrong were guests of Oliver Stoebers, Wednesday night. Rev. and Mrs. Forrest Flowers visited from Monday till Thursday in the home of Mrs. Flower's mother, Mrs. L. B. Alspoch, at Sedalia. Mo John Menz went to Rochester, Wednesday. Mr. und Mrs. Krank McKcdl and Clarence Menz returned home Thursday. Mr. Menz remained. The Home EC. Club of Ftnton High .-.choul entertained the faculty and board at a dinner given Friday evening, March 31. It was carried out in the Easter theme. Heetland Twins Celebrate 21st Birthdays, 26th Lakoia — Wayne and Wanda, Jerry Heetland's twins, celebrated their 21st birthday With a family dinner at the parental lame, Sunday, March 26, and a ittle nephew of the young folks, Richard Paulsen, celebrated his third birthday at the party. Beside the honorees and their parents these guests were present: the Ronald Heetlands, the ..arry Staffords, the Elmer Paul- sons, the Vernon Smiths, the Glen tfabus, Gerald Heetland, Hannah ieetland, Mrs. Anna Paulsen, the r ohn, Welhausens, and Arlo Jloom. About 40 were present for happy day together. ophs Roller Sakle The sophomore class, with V. A. Barrett as sponsor, put on a high school roller skating party at Blue Earth. Minn., last week Tuesday evening, and about 60 attended. At Wortman Funeral Mrs. Henry Wortman, nee Anna- Becker, passed awey at a Sibley hospital, where she had been for several weeks and funeral services were held Friday at the Lynn County First Presbyterian church near George, Iowa. Those going from Lakota were Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman end son, Don, Dorothy Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Ukena, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, and Wilfred Carlson, Swea City. Mrs. Henry Clausen of Goodrich, Minn., came Monday for a visit with her sisters, Mesdames Henry Althoff, Vance Lester, and Jasper Steenhard, and other relatives and friends. The C. C. Gerzemas spent Sunday visiting the Roy Hesselmer and the A. K. Fedges at Ackley, la. The Fedges are former Lakota residents. Mrs. August Christ of Wells, Minn., spent a week here visiting the Will Mabus', the Ford Mabus', the Delbert Wertjes, and the Dave Pattersons and left from there for home last week Sunday. W. E. Ley was a business visitor in Des Moines a week ago Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt, near Titonka, was a visitor Thursday with the J. W. Warburtons. The Elmer Paulsens entertained Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stafford and the Russell Winters' at a 1 o'clock dinner at their home last week Wednesday evening. F. Gus Torrine left last week Wednesday for a business trip to , Mabus, and Dave Patterson visited Mrs. Albert Wertjes, nee Emma Mabus, at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea,, last week Wednesday, and found her, recovering from major surgery; which was performed the preceeding Monday. Supt. J. W. Cook and.Margare Dahlberg were delegates to the North Central teachers meeting from Lakota High school* ant Leatrice Joy was delegate from the grades, and they attended the meeting ,at Mason City, Friday ' Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans came up from Titonka last week am visited Loren's parents, Mr. ant Mrs. Walter Hans, and in> the eve ning, they all drove to Sherburn Minn., for a visit with the Wll Bechtels. V. A. Barrett, band leader, took the Lakota band to Swea City Monday, via bus, to hear a concert conducted by a Mr. Neimeyer and his band from Minnesota, who was at one time, band* leader in Swea City. Raymond Winter came home Thursday from several week's stay at the Claude Randalls at lenburn in North Dakota. Last week visitors at the John Griese home were Mrs.. Carrie Thomas of Marshalltown and Mrs. Bertha Edyvean of Seaside Park, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Zimmerman, [owa City, brought Mrs. Zimmer man's (nee Esther Buckels) parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, T. Buckels,- icre for • a weekend visit with the C. W. Buckets. Mr. A. T. Buckels. who was ill the forepart of last year, is now much im>roved. The Buckels moved from here to Iowa City, Jan. 1, having sold their residence to John Johnson. To, Take; Census, LuVerne Area ' LuVern* — Gilbert W. Quick has been- named census enumerator for-Vernon township, Humboldt county. Mrs. Arthur Dimler and Mrs. 1 John Tiss, LuVerne, have received the appointment of census enumerator of LuVerne and Sherman townships, Kossuth county. Mrs. Dimler will enumerate the remainder of the town of LuVerne in Kossuth county, and Mrs. Tiss, Sherman township. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and Lucille of Stewardville, Minn., were recent callers at the homes of Seneca friends and relatives. Plum Creek Club Met March 29 Plum Creek--The Home-maker's club Wednesday, March 29, at the h'Jine uf Mi a. Fannie Al- biight. Aisiitina ho.-.tfcssts wuie Mrb. Clyde Pm-be and Mis. Wilbur Xeiyier. Twenty-three uiein- brti ana uii.j s'lsitur were piesent. Roll call waj answered with "My Most .Memorable Moving Day." A les.-.ou on "Personal Grooming' 1 was given by Mrs. Huny 1-elter and Mrs. Floyd Bode. The next n.eeliny will be at tiie home ot Mrs. Claude Seely. Norma Stripling, LuVerne, Weds LuVerne — Mrs. M. J. Stripling and dauyhtur-in-iaw, Mrs. Clement Stripling went to Ayrshire, Wednesday evening, March 29, and attended a pro-nuptial shower tor their daughter and sister-in-law, Miss N'onnu Stripling, Miss Stripling wan married to John Ka^cel ol' Ayi^iiire m the /iion Lutheran church, LuVerne, Sunday evening, April 2, at 7:30 p. in. Henry C. Meyer/ Whittemore, Dies Whiilempre — Funeral services for Henry C. Meyer, 82, were held Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Hyink. funeral home with Rev. Dale Knowlton of Ft Dodge ih charge. Mehry C, Meyer was born March 6, 1868, at Bremen, Gen- many, and came to, America ih 1885, and settled in this vicinity. For many years he worked as buttermaker in the Whittemoije creamery, and for over 35 yeavs he was employed as section- hand for the Milwaukee railroad. Everybody who knew him respectec him and enjoyed' his join and friendly visits. He was united in marriage to Caroline Lendt, in 1885 just before coming' to the United States. They were blessed with six children. All. survive to mourn his death; and are: Carl and William of Chicago; Louisa, Mrs. Theodore Bass, At Windom, Minn.; Ernest of Des Moines; Walter, and Ella, Mrs. Roger Etbert, of Whittemore. He again married on Oct. 13, 1918 to Mrs. Bmilie Khlers who also survives, with six stepchildren. Burial was in the Town cemer tery east of Whittemore, and pal j- bearers were William Hanovei, Sr., Fred Heinrich, Conrad AUfl. John Vblk, Herman Zumach, and Harry Schmeling. Those who attended the funeral from out of town were Mr. und Mrs. Theodore Baas and daughj- :cr, Marlys, of Windom, Minn.; -art Meyer of Chicago; Sylvester Shlers of Madison. Wis.; Ernest kleyer of Des Moines; Mr. ami vlrs. Frank Bell of Blue Earth» Winn.; Leroy Meyer, and Mr» Elmer Anderson, of Mason City. Stork News Of N.W. Kossuth ft«r«ft fe E*9l» -s- Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Green of Detroit, Micrn, became parents of a son weighing 7Vi lbs,on March 28. The ts aM and* Mrs. Earl Berg t THE WAWT AD* ternaL g Mrs. Mr. came parents of a son weighing 8 Ibs,, March S*. They, h«Ve art- other, son. who is, staying With his grandparents; Andrew Berg*.. Mf: and Mrs. Mil torn Peter son took Roy Kluger to. Rochester, Minn., Tuesday, where Roy went back for a checkup at Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Donald: Sandeus have moved, into the tenant house on the Orvall Miller farm. Dun- aid will be employed as a farm hand. . Mr. and Mts. Ivan DiHoh moved into the Howard: Preston tenant hoUfte where Ivan will helb with farm work for Preston. Otto As Jensen spent Thursday at the home of his brother, J: M. Jenson, Ringstad. Mrs. Axer Paulson returned home recently after a month's stay at the home of hen' mother at Springfield, Mb> Mesdames Ervin TJnk, Francis- Torrine, Virgil Jensen,, Emil Lar- sont Mrs. Marion Koons, and Mrs. Peter Peters met Thursday afternoon- at the home ot Mrs. Floyd Treat where they planned the 1950 program of the Baptist. La* dies Guild meetings,. Baptist Guild Mission, Group- IH met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dillard Bishop, Mr, and Mrs. Ed'. Bergeron received word thi* week that their granddaughter, Mrs. Joe Cochran of Nevada, underwent an appendectomy and, is recovering satisi- actonly. Mua Ccwhran ia> the former Inez Larson. PLANTATION BALLROOM Sunday, April 9 Easter Sunday. JIMMTCATQN - O-r— Friday, April 14 EMft BOMBER Friday,, A^nt 7 Good Friday NO DANCE " . ..Q '.'I -. No. Advanc* Booth Reservation* Do«tf» Qp«it at 8:00 PLANTATION. BALLROOM H.R. P»ttil • WHITTKNORE. IOWA, » IT**SW*W» WAKT IT' • FU7U8C/ feed CALF-WEf N for a GOOD START Liquid fed *od milr diccued. CAU-WUN will live your aim a food tun lovud profitable producer!. Economically priced. CAU-WUM if lh."BUDGET" food «monc ctlf foodi. tad ruri of eiMritac* Mid rncucn n»«e maa* it Oftoitk* ftomtCall Suncri oa ifc» mukft today. GUARANTEED TO GIVE RESULTS $3.85 Algona Co-Op. Creamery Algona, Iowa Lai-iett ol the Egyptian pyru- n::d., hj.- ap fstimjUJ v.-ci-hl of 5 iiiilhoii ton.,. The Pride of Willow Run Now On Display at 1901 FRAZER coma |t the fa luxurious tranipertation to Iflflflttt bwdgett See the 1951 Fraxer at Heinle's Super Service HIGHWAY NO, 18 Ciioitf Hand How At Sargent & Co. * Red Clover *Brome •Afsike * Sweet Clovef •Hubam T S C * WW Trcuk,

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