The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 6, 1948
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( • •*, • /%| . || Chicago, II. .i i ; r ** < , t/ - .,«^oaelty Herald—Tho 25 ycaf UfrVlfhystfcry of,t)avid Gilbert's disap- .A'HhftUfi*.,* i g ntj ty solved, Tuesday, m wife, ,nbw\ Of ,„„. „„.,, a&itifled His body f in" Chicago, " stock man insujr. ui. ^>wv:u wjty. took* i lOad.nOf cattle > dhl6ag6 in 1923 alid'ifr-om.Xtheh on, was nr* •""""• Until his wife was vocal soles by Normdft Swfihs6n of Albert City, cousift tff tHe* Wide, and ,'Mari6tta Thofeadfl, Swea City. Thfe Rev. A, M. YdUHlQUist Was toastrrtaster.' , ;. . Mrs. Loughridge wad IpdUated from the Albert City 'high Stfhool, then took the two*year teacher's course at Buena "Vista college, Storm LSke, and additional Sum* mer wofk at brake university, DCS Molnes. She has taught' intermediate grades at JlirigStcd, Dows, Hampton and Marshalltown. " Dr. Loughridgd, ,WhO is H'ltified. of his death; All attempts Wto'ftrace him Were futile'.". >/After', 8 Unsuccessful years of £ , Sdafch,'* Gilbert was officially de- ;,Clarcai deadj His wife and two " -* s"&i$,7Nolah and Bliell, moved to ^Mftfepn'CMiifrom here, Nolan.was '"' " ih<.Wbrld War flUnd Bucil ..,, —n Casper, Wyd.--"T ( ^"A'Jtelegr'am' was received here . f l^nis week asking Mrs. Gilbert to f.come; to Chicago. TheV telegram 1 <Was'then sent t6'Bancroft to Mrs. II '*,C$ib£rt'g sister* and they, in turn, I notified the dead man's wife. j; %.*.•$ When she received^ the news, /• She-immediately left, for Chicago .^ j"'to\identify her t long-lost,husband. '?' '','ltsis, however, still a'invstery ,,4/w'hy Gilbert hever returned here i!»?'''aftervselling his'cattlq arid depos- p t Iting-all but $100 of his cattle re', .ceipts in a JBancroft.bahk. It Was '&, i JassuWied by persons here that he i t had j met • with foul tilay, but no il?\ evidence^ ever authenticated that "^ belief. • ,' •- ^ *• -f ' .Gilbert died in the Cook county hospital Dec. 26 after an'Illness of about 6 weeks, j( Funeral, arrange- melits, and burial-were made in Chicago.' H v! * ^ Vivian Fagerlund Swea T 4 55 V-*., '*%,»** v V f \1 1* i>*{Swea.' Cit'y^-Immanuel '"Luther' a'h/ch'urch "in SwepT'City was the ' Scene, of the wedding' of ^ ter of, -Mr: and? ^frp. 'Hugo *! L, & s '.rattendjlnt 'wa's f rier sis : ._,; ' 4p-laiY , .^Mrs. , GeneT- . Fagerlund, <»s> \< 'who-wgre *a* beige tWg-piece street' ^dress'rwith ^rowri, accessories ahd ''"' ' •' . ,,{ "| ^The 'bride' wore, J an aqua blue ,V- street- dresp and her/coysage was f 1 . of , "yellow roses. , •"•,.. " ,' I AThe^bridegro'Din 4nd his best jmajl Charles Plavets 1 of Marshall- A -t ow 9' v w P^° business'fiuits.' , 'l'?'v^oilo^ing 'the "service a recep- , .', .tiorfwas heldti^the church par,1; v lors,iWhere tables were 'deco'rated " . . TVltn"'l7fri1nxxr onrl •»irWi+a l7 rtVi%.»Ff.k'« and i,V''.'"'- v|t/> ^ tl i H* ' V Vi,' i w 'chrysan- jthemiams.,; The bride's table was .centered with the." wedding cake. fA two-course'lqncheon',>vas se'rv- ,--cd to 50 guests. , * '•< ,• "<usic at^ the reception included . v ..... *--,. j_j wwt , 4il Awgti (Yviiw ja practicing veterinary medidihe at MarshaUtown, is a grBduite of the University of Kansas. Follow^ ing a wedding trip tfilg coUple will be at home In Mdr's'halltown. - Wedding guests, includbd the bridegroom's father, J. tt.<tiOugh- »i dge> H,P arnett ' Kansas: Or, and Mrs. Thomas ahd family, Mason, City; " the A. E, Petersons, the Jehnie Fagerlund family, the 1 Ida Fagerlund family, tfte' Harry SWansonS, and Mrs. Alvin, Lind- qUist,-all of Albert Citjh Mr. and Florida ' J , fbr a two Mrs. Glee Olson, Jolley! Ka'y Gal- dglian, Rockwell City;. Joe, McCauley, Rockwell; and Ahft Johnson, Marshalltown. • Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blomster, Mary Lou and Billy left; Wednesday on a vacation trip to the' Gulf Coast region, , They planned to visit relatives in- Vicksbtirg, Miss., then, go to "'-*-" *- • weeks stay. Mr. ahd Mrs. Anton Anderson and son Ge9rge of Chicago, who have been visiting in thb p'sirerital Ed Fosgren home and at the Weidon Brandts, have left on a' two weeks trip to- California. They Will return to Chicago about ( the middle of January. Mrs. Ander-, son is the former Olive Fosgren. Mrs. Lowell Larson left Saturday for a reunion of the Tlsh family at Des Moines. Chester Fagerlund, who is studying accounting and commerce at the University of Denver, left Monday to return to Denver after a Christmas 1 visit with his parents Mr. ahd Mrs. Hugo Fagerlund. The Fred Infclt family,of Waverly-were Saturday visitors here. The Infelts formerly resided here and operated a variety store. They now operate a similar store at Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Picht of Shell Rock are holiday 'guVs'ts at tile home-,of- their,daughter Mrs, George Butterfield Jr. Cdse of Bread Cast Upon Bi-itt—Two years ago the. Lloyd Neswolds, near Wesley, 'adopted' a'-Norwegian family', and. i have from time to time ever since sent necessities to the parents and three children.. Then,-at this Christmas time it was the. tiSrn of the Norway family;-ahd t the,;Nes- wolds were!•, recently, surprised and, greatly'pleased to .receive a package qop.taming^oUr. J)airs<-of package qop.tgining ijfoUr. J)airs<-of mittens and a little girl's 1 ,sweater all hand knit, with patterns of stars, vine's,,-flowers;-ahii scroll work" in color. The'family wrote that the wool camo "from their o,wn y sheep, *• • " t GeneGarretf, Lakota, Weds On Dec. 31st .Lakoia! Gcnd W-*Garrctt, son of Mr. and Mrs! Carl Garrett Lakota, and Clafa Mammcnga o: George, la., were married at the Presbyterian manse at 4:30 on Wednesday,' Dec. 31, with the Rev. Buschman Officiating, They were 'attended bv the groom's sister Bessie and husband, Daniel Gunn. The bride wore a blue crepe ' gown and . her bridesmaid A rose colored crepe gown and both- wore 'a ! , corkage • Of' white carnatiori?. The meri wore dark suits gild White t carnation bou- tonnierpS.'A wedding stippcr was served ' at the home of the groom's . parents following the ceremony. After a /short trip the Volihj? .pconle _will be. at homo in Lakota, Qene works with his father with a north Kossuth drainage drag lirle. ' Turkey' Dinner Hosts Mr. 1 and Mrs, .L, A. Nitz entertained 30° relatives at a turkey dinner Friday, Dec. 26. Mr. Nitz Who/ has, driven, the school but for the L'edyard ' Consolidated school 27 years, was presented Ruth gift. , with a 27-lb. turkey by Telkamp as 'a' -Christmas Guests at the turkey dinner were: The Adolph Poppes, the James Maynes, • the Albert Slep- ers,; the Howard Jensens, Lakota; the Henry Blomes, Eilmore, the .Albert Goetzs Swea City, and the Paul Nitzes, L'edyard. No. Dakota Kin Dies' Relatives here received word last x week 'Monday afternoon pf the death of a , cousin Sylvia, only daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. Claude-Randall at 11 o'clock that morning in 'ia' Minot, ,N. D., hospital. -Sylvia had been a semi- invalid for several • years with Addison disease at-her parents' home in GJenburn,' N.^D.' She leaves one brother, Howard, and her' parents,' one Jbroth'er haying bren killed in World , -War 'II; "••—'-'" >j ' held Sat- tainfcd at'. GhrjstrqaS dinner the Ahrend "Hans.. Mrs.' George Adams,. Henry Christehse.n, and H. Schrocder. "> > TheJ.;,E. Wortnians. the "Jerry Ukena? and'Mr. apd'>Mrs, Donald Daniels, were. 7 o'clock dinner eucsts last week Tuesday of ,the Charles' 1 Gutknech'ts., '„ • /Mr.', a.nd -Mrs.,.Edward Thaves of Algoiia weVe Ch'ristjrias gue'sts of, Ed's sister "Emina-and Louise Thaves, r '» •"'- >• /,' ', ', Mr: and Mrs'. ,TonnTamen> and son Fritz of .Rantoplj 111., visited friends here last week. They had been in Des Moihes to spend ChristrHaiJ with Tom's daughter Beverly and family. Mr. Tarhen was an implement dealer-in'La- kota for mar\j' years. . Th'e sori Frederick was in service but is now attending the University of Illinois. John Wagoman and a Mr. Allison of Des MoincS Were business visitors here over - last Week-end. Last week TUcsd&y Visitors at the John Furst's were Mr, , and Mrs. Fred Darnell and Vernon of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winter's of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Winters is the former Lorraine Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hemelke and son Bobbie of Pilgar, Neb., Were holiday Visitors with Mrs. Hemolke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M..T, Price. They also visited other relatives and friends. ' Mrs. E. A. Wortman and son Billle rctuenod last week Monday from visiting her people ih Missouri. Mrs. George Adams of Waterloo, la., nee Laura Lester, was home for the holidays with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Art Lester, returning home Tuesday, Dec. 30. Mr. and Mrs. William Jurgcns of Buffalo Center were guests of Mrs. Beverly Blome on Christmas d6y. , Mr. and Mrs. Fred LasJbs and Pearl and Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Bork and children, St. Ansgar, spent Saturday, Dec. 27, at the John Furst's. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burke of Saskatchewan, Can., were visitors last week of Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester. Mr. Burke is a cousin of Mr. Lester and they had not seen each 1 other for ten years. .-,* Dennis, Kay and Patricia Murray were hosts to about 30 young people at their home last week /Tuesday evening. Games, dancing and cats furnished entertainment. Dennis is home from^ Denver and Kay from the Uniyersity at Iowa City for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and sons John and ,Don drove to George. la., last week Sunday for a Wortman family gathering. Mrs. Robert Hamilton's mother, Mrs. Swensen, from Clar-. mont, la., is spending the holidays here. ' ' . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph" Ireland of; Vancpuyer,, B. C., were hpli- enroute'vto' Mexico, , Tex,, "antT California. - .-"' Mr. and Mrs. Ervin, Klinksiek eft Decl' 27 via car, for ' Long Beach. 'Calif., -where 'they" ,will visit,Mrsi. Klinksiek's- sister Mrs. Lawrence Mayne Mr. arid Mrs. Donald Paulson and daughter of Hastings, visited last week with the Paulsons. f VI ( jneca Teams In ictory, Lone Rock j Senecas The Seneca girls and fifoys basketball teams drove to Lone Rock last Week for their first tilt with the Lone Rockers. 'l Both Seheca teams took an dariy lead which they held throughout the games. ] Tho Seneca girls were ahead when the final whistle blew, 4022. Marlys JohanncSen led the storing for the locals, having tallied 10 points, Donna Moore 14, a"nd Dolores Wilberg 10 points. { The Seneca boys also came out <5n the long end of a 25-20 point score. ' Jerry Olson led the scoring for the Seneca boys, chalking up eight points to his credit. Jack Looft tallied six points, Virgil Preston 5, Harvey Keut/.cl 5, ahd Bob Moore 1. ' 1 The locals meet Gruver here Tuesday evening, Dec, 30. 4-H Cage Games > The Greenwood 4-H boys met the local 4-H boys on the Seneca floor last Monday evening. Both first and second • team games were played with Seneca winning b»th :of them. Tho Senecans will play a return game with the Greenwoods-boys at the Bancroft I ublic school gymnasium Tues- c ay evening of this week, Dec. 21. •A Birthday Parly Mrs. Alfred Peterson entertained friends at a birthday party at her home last Saturday, Hoc. 13. Guests included Mrs. John Wetzler, Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Mrs. Fred Jensen, Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn, Mrs. P. H. Petersen, GOT A SMALL KITCHEN? * See The New Table Top Refrigerator. at Pratt Elec. Appliances Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, and Mrs. O. R. Patterson ahd Mary. A social afternoon was enjoyed, after which refreshments Were served by the hostess. - > Hosts at Pariy The Seneca Stars 4-K club entertained the members of the Progressive Farmers club at a party at the Seneca school gymnasium, Sunday evening. G&mes were played and gifts presented to the guests, after which refreshments were enjoyed. Others present included Roy Osborn and Millen Jensen, boys' leaders, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Carol Thompson of Lone Rock was also a guest, Home From Japan Kenneth Voight, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight, returned home last Monday after having spent a yeai* With the armed forces. He had been stationed in Japan and had received his dis charge before arriving hbme. —j—fc-™. A Wesley Patterson of Klcmmc spent Saturday at the parental O. R. Patterson homti. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen took their daughter Maridean to the University hospital at Iowa City for a physical check-up last Week Tuesday. They returned home again on Wednesday, Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis spent the Christmas holidays at the parental Martin Wilberg home. Nt Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halvereon were Sunday dinner guests at the Jake Keclcr home at Bancroft. a frauda* j iebbei* hJleab unAcdd n, ne ed Funeral Chapel Ambulance 1 Service Mr. aiid Uttt','. Frfday fof CafltoTK they spent letter's J home Mrs. Jenien Wfll^ Does Oil Shortage i I; - *' '.. * f' fr1 fl ' Bother YoitfC'f '.'••• .•••* Warm Morning COAL H|AfM • l \* ' i and Be Secure! " We have cabmet models, regular models, models f o rfc'.V m a 1L <> J "!'«>/- , M,.' homes, "Big ^Boys'': for' large spaces bri;hanaY w • _ * . -t j i • j .'-"'v' -~ ' Also Complete'Stock of - '> • -\ .-'< i, ''Coal on Hand. I I ••, ^ . i/ ') i 'A, J '•> < >«, OoV •i 1 ', 1 ; / Mel £. Gjtiffip. w , ' ' PhoS^SS' 1 ^-^'-^ ^•f 1 *' WITH Rusea Dues Boost. Beaten Emmetsburg — At the annual 'alo Alto county Farm Bureau meeting a proposal to increase annual dues from $10 to $15 was >eaten by a close vote. '&M ^6$ ft X* 1 •' tff^pj *& . 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