The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 11, 1950
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Arthur M. Schneider, Once LuVerne Resident, Passes LuVerne — Funeral services for Arthur M. Schneider were held in Minneapolis, Friday, March 29, with the Rev. Paul Waldschmidt Of the Carmel Lutheran church dfficiating. Burial was in the Sunset Memorial cemetery in Minneapolis. Arthur M. Schneider was born Nov. 23, 1897, and passed away in Minneapolis March 24, 1950 from a heart attack at the age ol 52 years, four months and one to mourn his de- day. He leaves parture, his wife, Verna, and one son, Samuel of Irvington, Iowa; four sisters, Mrs. Edwin Keuh- rest, Humboldt; Bertha Klatt Mrs. Raymond Funk, Mrs. Arnold Meyer, all of Algona; four brothers, Fred of LuVerne, Geo. of Thor, Paul of Algona, and Edwin of Minneapolis, Minn. The Schneider family lived in this vicinity many years. Attending the funeral services from LuVerne were Fred Schneider, Walter Meyer, and Albert Schneider. fourth Birthday Francis Kenne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kenne, was very pleasantly surprised Monday, April 3, on his fourth birthday When his godparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kenne of LuVerne, came to call and brought a beautifully decorated cake, the artistic efforts of Mrs. Kenne. They were accompanied by their children, Jackie and Janice, who presented Francis with gifts. Needless to say, Francis was overjoyed as were the other members Of his family 1 . The Ralp Kenne family just moved March 1 to this community and are now living on the'farm of Mrs. .Fred Miller west of Lu Verne, and tenanted the past several years by her son, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Miller. Two Banquet* The regular-meeting of the Band Mothers club wds held on Wednesday evening, April 5, at the school house, with Mrs. Walter L. Hefti, president, presiding. At the business session, committees were named and read for the serving of the athletic banquet, Tuesday, April 11, and the Junior-Senior banquet, Monday, April 24. The club voted to place the order for music pins for the 12 seniors. Auction was also held. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Phil Henderson, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz. Present Church Playlet The Women's Society of .the Evangelical United Brethren church met Thursday afternoon, April 6, with Mrs. Paul Blumer. president, presiding. S The society entertained the Women's Society of World Service of the Stilson Evangelical United Brethren church. Mrs. Albert Hefti led the devotions and a vocal duet was given by Mrs. Hefti and Mrs. George Johnson. A playlet entitled "The Channel" was given by Mrs. Fred Merkle. Mrs. Walter Hefti. Mi«. Henry Marty, Mrs. Andrew Marty and the Rev. Harold W. Delict. Poems were read by Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. Fred Merkle. The high school girls' sextette favored the group with a special number. The pastor, the Rev. Dellit, gave a short talk. Birthday Club Meets The Neighborhood Birthday club met in the home of Mrs. William Radii, Tuesday afternoon, April 4, with Mrs. Julius Studer, co-hostess. Eighteen members were present and three guests, Mrs. William Sparks, Ues Moines; Mrs. Paul Stahl, and Mrs. Sylvester Brace. Mrs. Walter Muhle, Jr., was taken into the club as a new member. The birthdays of Mrs. Albert Genrich. Mrs. Henry Thompson, and Mrs. William Radii were ob served and each received a gift. Mrs. John Starnpka and Mrs. Gordon Davidson were in charge of the entertainment. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting, Tuesday, May 2, with Mrs. Albert Merriam, Mrs. Norma McClaron, co- hostess. be Mesdames Erviri Barton, Walter , Engel, Gottlieb Hanselmnn, and John Ramus. »/r- Hm V ard and Wa yne Marty and Miss Imogene Wells, student;! at westmar college at LeMars, were Easter weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry & arty> ,P. arent s of Howard and Wayne Marty. Mrs Elsie Steussy spent a tew days the past week taking treatments at Clear Lake. Merlin G. Cody has returned home after three Weeks in charge 2 toe Foodland store in Humboldt during the absence of the owner, Henry Westerback. Mr. and Mrs. Henry- Kubly, John Hefti, Mrs. Edwin Hefti, Edward Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith attended the funeral of Mrs. Fannie Baumgartner, Wednesday afternoon, at the Evangelical United Brethren church at Renwick. Mrs. William Moeding was a guest at the Renwick Lutheran church Ladies Aid Society, Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Ervin Markman. Guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Sankey the past Week were her sisters, Mrs. Mary Studer, visiting here from Canada, Mrs. Grace Ramus of Altoona, Mrs. Ralph Ballard of Redwood Falls, Minn., and sister-in-law, Mrs. Emma Hewitt of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Ballard took them all to her home at Redwood Falls, Thursday, for a visit. Mrs. Emma Schmidt and son, John, went to St. Paul, and visited over Easter with their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bauls and son. Dennis Roger, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Bauls, was christened Easter Sunday morning. Sponsors were John Schmidt of LuVerne and Mrs. Gladys Akers of St. Paul, uncle and aunt of the baby. Mrs. Bauls and son accompanied them to LuVerne for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in their home in honor of their little daughter Connie's second birthday. Mrs. A. C. Hayes of Redding, Cal., and Nina Flynn of Eldon, Mo~ visited the past week in the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Quinn and family. Lester Quinn and his mother, Mrs. Hayes, left [or Minneapolis where they flew to Detroit, Mich., where they purchased a new car, driving it back ;o LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Loewenstein and Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., attended the young married Farm Bureau meeting at George's Cafe in Algona. Wednesday evening. Y MK and?-Mrs.-Harry D. Chris- tcnson took Mrs, Cnristenson's sister Mrs. Laura Zeigler to Hum- boldt, Monday, where she visited in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Skow, before returning to her home in Jefferson. S. R. Baker returned home on Sunday evening from Los Vegas, Nev., after visiting the past two weeks in the home of his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Robinson, and two daughters. Mrs. Baker remained for two more weeks. Mrs. Ottilia Reddel, soft CarL son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oberhelmen, and three children, went to Fairbanks, Iowa, Palm Sunday and visited in the home of their son and brother, the Rev. and Mrs. William Reddel and family. Mrs. Louise Vorland and son, Edmond, accompanied by Harold Schipull, returned home on Tuesday from several days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Anderson at Kenyon, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, sons, James, Jerry and Larry, have returned from a few days' visit at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette E. Churchill and children, living at Remer, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer, daughter Joyce and son Donald visited Palm Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Knopf at Ventura. They attended the confirmation service at the Lutheran church and dinner honoring Arlene and Darlene, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Knopf. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lehman and sons, Billy and Larry, of Des Moines and Earl's mother, Mrs. Emma Lehman of Boxholm, came Friday and visited over the Easter weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle. 'Billy Lovell of Algona spent the Easter weekend vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hedrick. Billy is the son of Mrs, Merlin Baker of Algona. North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. ^80* PUejonri[St.. rig*** lWe*P^ 'XvttTJVfl Harry Herr Zion Lutheran Ladies The Ladies Society of the Ziori Lutheran church held a monthly meeting in the church rooms on April 6. There were abiut 25 in attendance and One guest, Mrs Lewis Olson. The leaflet study and lesson was given by Rev. L. Wittenburg. Mrs. Herman Schulz was the hostess serving refreshments. Quests On-Easter Easter weekend gutjsta in the home of their father, George Merkle, and sister, Esther Merkle, were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Merkle of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. James Paulson, daughter Paulette and son Douglas of Minneapolis, Minn. Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner %vas enjoyed Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace. The dinner was in honor of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sylvester Brace. Guests for the occasion w«re Mr. and Mrs. Wayne- Mann, Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Jr., und daughter of Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and daughter, LuVerne, and the honored e UL ' st and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace. Cemetery Association The LuVerne Cemetery Association will meet at the city hull, Thursday, April 13. An invitation is extended to anyone iulersstt-a to attend. ., s lor the meeting will ,\ $9.95 Johnnye Jr. cuts a young Summer suit dress of madras strip* and plain to match. The deep crisp pockets and shoulder detail are striped, adding ne.w interest.. . skirt with deep inverted pleat. Colors^ pink, green And rust. Sites 9-15. Mrs. Chris Brecklef of Hardy Visited Thursday at the home oi her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Larson, and family. Lloyd Larson drev* to Cedar Falls Friday and brought his daughter, Biythe Larson, Geraldine Henderson, and Betty Schulz home for the Easter weekend vacation at the parental Ltoyd Lar- Bon, Phil Henderson, and Herman Schulz homes. Bernita Rasmussen accompanied them to spend Easter at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rasmussen, near Goldfield. The girls are students at Iowa State Teachers college. KILLED A game cops arid robbers cost the life of five-year-old Allen Boettcher of Alta last week. Allen was killed by a shotgun in the hands of a small friend, who "didn't know it was loaded." POPCORN Grand Junction basketball fans evidently take their basketball with a grain of salt. The FFA chapter, which held the popcorn concession rights at Grand Junction, reports that it popped over 300 pounds of popcorn for cage fans during the past season. Spring Concert, School Band, 14th The annual spring concert Of the 70 piece Algona High School Concert Band, under the direction of R. C. Guster, will be presented at the high school auditorium, Friday, April 14, at 8:00 p. m. The band will perform music which has been carefully selected to appeal to all music lovers. Teaiure numbers of the program include, "Band of America" march, the Signature March Of the popular "Band of America" radio program; "South Pacific" the famous musical, which, includes all the familiar songs of the show; "A Night at the Ballet" which includes a number of well known ballet selections; "A Georgia Minstrel Show" in which the band follows the theme of a regular minstrel show; "Trombone Troubadours" a trombone quartet with band; "Drums A Poppin' " features a drum quartet; "Time Out for a Jam Session" in which whole selections of the band play choruses that would normally be played by individual musicians in a Jam Session; "Them BaUses" a march featuring basses, trombones and baritones. Reserved tickets Will be on sale at the high school April 13 and 14. Come and hear an outstanding band concert. Faces 3 Charges In Mayor Court One Algona man, Chris J. Reefer, was in Mayor Richardson's court last week on three counts, two of disorderly conduct and one of intoxication. The first disorderly conduct charge drew a fine of $10 and costs, the second, $5 and costs and six days in the County Jail, while the intoxication charge resulted in a 15 day jail sentence. Edward Shackelford, Algona, was fined $25 for intoxication, and $15 were suspended on six months good behavior. John Hazlitt, Canton, S. D., was sentenced to five days in jail for intoxication, and four days were suspended. George Lichter, Algona, charged with intoxication, had 15 Tuesday, April TT, 1950 Algeria Upper De* Mofn«-5 days suspended on a 20 day jail sentence.- Joseph Clayton, Blue Earth, Minn., paid $20 and costs for disorderly conduct. Paying $5 and costs apiece for disorderly conduct were Sylvia O'Rourke, Blue Earth, Minn.; Gladys Reefer, Algona; Milton Dett'man, Algona; Irvin Dettman, Algona; Lewis Eller, Algona. Joe Sarbo, Minneapolis, Minn., received a 10 days suspended jail sentence for vagrancy. Ernie S. Boyer, Rodman, paid ?2 and costs for failing to stop at a school flasher. School Directors Meeting, April 20 School board members from 11 northcentral Iowa counties will meet at Algona, Thursday, April 20. The meeting is sponsored by the Iowa Association of School Boards and will be held in the high school auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Members of school boards, county boards, rural school di- rectors, school board secretark and town and county superintendents have been invited to attend. The counties included in this group, which comprise District No. 2 of the association, are Cerro Gordo, Emmett, Franklin, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas. Winnc- bago, Worth and Wright. A program has been arranged for the purpose of helping school boards lay their plans for the coming year, and to discuss needed school legislation and services of the association. The timeliness of the meeting should insure the attendance of school board members from all points in the district. Melvin Baker of Humboldt, second district representative on the board of directors will preside. FIRE Fire swept through about 600 acres of Nine Eagle Park, near Davis City, late last month. Major damages was to brush and small trees; the larger trees were not harmed. GAMBLES GAMBLES GAMBLES BRAND NEW FOR 1950! YEARS AHEAD IN DYNAMIC DESIGN k COROIlflDO 01 CM FOB 05 11 cu. FT. "CUSTOM" PIUS 3 NEW FEATURES Z0NEMASTER DOR-RACKS FRIGID BIN Sp«ckj|douc«,Kl*nfiflajlf/ Six additional f»»f of vp- Marv«faut!x •linen tkm flow of cold air, front iforag* ipdc*. fdcal HK-fyp* bin thai r«frt0er- ffrovldlna fly* diff•*•/>! for b*v«ro0«>, bvtf.r, at« and ifor** V* both* (HvnidHx and cold zonci. oft*n-in«d Jar* of iprtadt. of fruif* and vegetables. AND AIL THESE IMPORTANT 1950 COKONADO 'CUSTOM'FEATURES • 43'/i Ib. Freezer Chart • Gleaming Porcelain Interior, • Gionl 33 Ib. Cold Che.l •Built-in Light, Thermometer • Over 16 Sq. ft. 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