The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 6, 1948
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. 2-AleeHH Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, Jcirtu«ry 6, 1948 Last Rites, For John Henry, 'At Whitfemore Whiltomoro: Funornl sorvie'rs for John -Henry, 8fl,> wore hrkl Wednesday morning, Dec. HI, the Rov. Rnymond Pirk official inj.; in .last rites at SI, Michael's Cntho- lic church, Ilequiom mass was suns by n mixed choir. M;iss servers wore Bobby Loss, n pra.tiflson, and Freddy and Larry Montag. Pallbearers were hiy nephew's. Herman,' Frank, Sylvester. Milford, Ervvin and Gerald Elborl. Mr. Tlonry, n resident, hoiy the past, -I!) years, always enjoyed I'ond health' and his death was a blow to all who knew him. ns he was only ill a short time. Tie passed away at his home, Sunday evening, Dec. 2fi, at. 11:20 p. m. of a stroke. Tie was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Henry, and was born May (3, 105!). near Ashol'en- burg, Goitnany, and came to this country with his parents, the latter part, of IfHiO. settling near Chenova, III., and was married to Mary Elbert in IHKfl at. Pon- liac, III. In 1WM), he came here With his family, and moved to their farm four miles northwest of • Whillemore, where he has lived until his death. He was preceded in death by two children, Agnes and William, and (hose who survive were all at his bedside at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife and family, Simon, Joseph, find Margaret, Mrs. Robert Loss, Algona. Mary, Catherine, Mrs. Karl Sheppard, John, Mclvin, I'Vaneis, Esther, Mrs. Francis Kollasch. all of Whiltemore. and City. who attended the a distance were: and son Eugene Kva, Rushmore, and Mrs. William Gordon and Mrs. Alex Jamieson, WorthinKton, Minn.; Mrs. Margaret Posch, Mrs. John Posch. and Mr. and Mrs. James Burke, St.. James, Minn. . Ftegina, Forest. Among those last rites from Mrs. Kva Kiel and dauijhler Minn.; Mr. ,George Baas and Mrs. Nick Morgan won high, Paul Luclwig and Mrs. Lester Schumacher, low. Mrs. Nick .Mergen received tho chah' prize. Dinner Parly Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinerl enlertainod a number of rela j lives at their home Sunday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Mt*ver, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and son Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family of Whitlemore, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhi) and family of Depew. At Infant's Funeral Mr, and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Greincrt atend-- ed the funeral- of Dennis Nissen, seven months old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nissen, Renwick, Saturday afternoon, Jan. 3, Entertain at "500" Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt' entertained a number of. people al "500" at their home Sunday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichlendahl, Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Wichlendahl,- Mr. and' Mrs. John F. Baas, Er- vvin Siems, Aclelia Bell, Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Rochlcau, -Mr. and Theodore Meier, Mr. and' Milton Espe, Whitlemore, and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Burl, Rosclla Voigt,' Algona, Milton Espe, and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl won high, Henry Wich- teiulahl and Mrs. John F. Baas, low. -Edwin Wichlondahl received bolh travel and chair pn/.e. Mrs. Mrs. Mr, Pinochle Party Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer entertained the Rev. and Mrs. Paul G. Weinhold and daughter, Jeanne, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith at pinochle on New Year's Eve. Jolly 500 Club Mrs. Joseph Rescn Sr. entertained the Jolly 500 Hub at II.T home Sunday evening. The ipiembers of the club entertained their husbands at. an ovenim; of 500. Present, were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mer.yen, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meri',en, Mr. and Mrs. .Herman Voitjt, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bosch Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Bosch, Lawrence Bosch, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bosch, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baas, Mr. and ' Mrs. 'Erwin Gerber, .and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig. Guests at Waldron's. Christmas Day guests at the Peter Walclron home were Mr. and Mrs . Peter Waldron and daughter Mary Jane, Sherburn, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gappa, Mary Est.ellc and Roberl, Ayrshire. Marguerilc Gappa, Mankalo, Minn.,. Joanne Hane- isch, Emmetsbu'rg, Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron and son John Jr., and Margaret Waldron. Fuchsens Are Hosts Mr. and Mrs. William McCauley and family, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Scolty McLeod, Beverly Butler and Cole Wasom, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fuchsen, Algona, Lcn and Garry Degen, Granville, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ostwald and family and Mrs. Peter Fuchsen were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fuchsen. A New Daughter Mr. and Mrs." George Bcsch of Buffalo Center became the parent sof a daughter born at the McCfocry hospital, Dee, 20, weighing eight pounds. The little one's sister Mary JanC is staying \vith her" grandparents, ftjtr'. " arid Mrs. Conrad Alig. Mr. and Mrs. Merman Voigt were Sunday dinner guests "of Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Scfywlnt spent from Wednesday of last w.eck until Sunday- with Mr. Sehwint's parenls, Mr. and Mrs. George Schwinl al Sleepy Eye, Minn. Mr. a!}d Mrs, Arthur Bahlmer and daughters, Estliol-vjlle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs. .Arnold Melne, and Frank Meihc, irtimediale families of Mr. and Mrs\ John Meinc, spenl Christmas day at tho parental home, Mr, and Mrs. Ernie IMteyer and Mrs. Ruth Schultz and' son Norman visited Mr. and Mrs. John F, Bans," Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron, Paler Waldron, and Margaret Waldron were called to Spencer upon Ihe dealh of Peter Waldron's sister, Mrs. Carrie Conlon. Burial was in Armstrong Tuesday. ' Sunday evening dinner guests at, Ihe Peter Andre home were Mrs. Margaret Andre and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Anderson and family, Graetlinger. x Mr. and JVJ,rs.> Conrad Alig re- lurncd wjme *''Xrjqrh 'Chicago, Wednesday'. ' They had been vis- fting at Ihe home of t lheir son- in-law and^iga^^t?,«\lhe Don Woidman'OM»|MWeldman is Ihe formor Tn^fltf'Mab Alig. Mr. and -Mrs! Herman Voigl and son'R,aymond, Mr. and Mrs, Ellsworlli 'Heidenwith and son Lvlc of Whittcmore and Rosella y.pi'gl,' Algona, were New Year's clay dinner guests at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Mr. and. Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. .Elmer Ruhnke were New Year's day dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Lolls Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom of Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and Raymond and Rosella Voigt, were New Year's day dinner guests at the Milton Espe home.) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grimm and family spent Sunday at Gilmore City, with Ihe forifler's mother, Mrs. Edna Grimm. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Hansen spent Monday with' their son Richard, who is a student al Ames. They returned home the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle were Sunday dinner guesls of Mrs., Meyer's par- enls, Mr..and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Algona'. Ellsworlli Helclemvilh returned lo Minneapolis, Sunday, Jan. 5 lo resume his sludics with the Electronic Radio Television In- slilule. He has been spending his Christmas vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer yisiled with friends in Fairmont, Friday, and onroute home Ihey visiled with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft, Armstrong. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Looft are sisters. , Four Csrjijfr Club Meeting Set For Jan. 8th Four Corners—the Fbtlt, Corners Mothers and N Daughters club will meet January., 8th at- f.h» home of Mi's. Rose Sabiri With Mrs. Catherine Walker, assisting. Opening song, America, mbjl esil will be answered »'With '"Time Savers" and a demonstration ,wUl be given by MrsA Thelrrta Rafnus. A po.em wljl'be read by'Mfs. J3v- elyn Alexander. .Visited Parents Mr, and jyirs, Earl Gappa and daughter Mary Jo spent the week before Christmas at the parerital Edward Rich home. ' Christmas Guests - Christmas guests ,at' the Roy Smith's included the Floyd-JDun- cans, Fenton; the Emil Persons of Lone Rock; the Henry Smiths', Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and son Kenneth of Burt; the Herbie Wallaces of Fenton; L. J. Lowman and Mrs. Marie Pederscn of Algona.' The Edward Rich guests included Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert, the Merto.n Christensens, .John and Vincent Wilson all of Whitle- rnore, Mr. and'Mrs. Win. Lamuth,' Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Plait. Mary Plait and Rosie Kruotz, all of Algona. ;'! Attended Funeral 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson:attended Ihe funeral of Mrs. Mead al Spirit Lake Sunday. Mrs. Mead was the mother-in-law of Chefs brother Earl Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Raney and ,Ch'arles ,6f Livermore visited wjtrjilhq Rpb- insons Monday., ^ i Guests At Lowm^ns The Art Alexanders Were Sim- clay guesls al Ihe Perry 'Lon'ian home and Judy and Joan stayed and attended school with the' Lowman children Monday. Visited In Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wtham and Ellen left the day fcefore Christmas for Illinois to visit their daughter Irene and family, the Ben Sloters. They came home .on Sunday. A. B. Alexander and A. J. Eis- cheidt wenl lo Lake Crystal, Minn., last Saturday to buy seed oats and slopped for supper with the Earl Gappas. Mrs. Gappa is the former Mary Joyce Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith, Des Mpines, arrived 'at 'the* W- Rdy Smith home last Wednesday arid stayed until Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Stott of Lebanon, Missouri, spent Sunday night with the Smiths leaving Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William. Lamuth, Atlantic, returned home Mon'day after a ten day vacation spenl with the Edward Richs and Matt Lamuth, Algona. ^ The A. J. Eischeidt family" 3 spent,Christmas day at \ Carrol where they visited with Mrs. Eis- cheidl's mother who has been ail- a* iats, tdwtfrd bf their ei 1ft pi fio'S rribtW MOtlCfi OF.SALE SF BQtfBS Sealed bids will be reecivdd tin- il 2:30 o'clock P.M., Jartuary'14, 948, at the office of the County Treasurer jn the Courthouse, Al* ;ona, Iowa, for the purchase of ;ourthou,4e Bonds of Kossuth -ounty, Iowa, in the principal Amount of ,$500,000, after the re- eipt of which and the considera-, ion of open bids the bonds will be sold to the highest bidder for •ash. •Said bonds will bo dated Fob- •uary 1, 1948, bearing interest payable semi-annually, and will mature serially as follows! $16,000 oh Deccmbdr 1, 1948, $25,000 01? December 1 of each of the years 950 to 1960, inclusive, arid $30,000 on December 1 of each of the years 1981 to 1967, inclusive, all jonds maturing on *o'r after Dc- "cmeber 1, 1959, being optional for •edemption prior to maturity on December 1, 1958, or on any interest payment date thereafter. Bbth, principal and inler- ist will be payable at the office if the County Treasurer, Algona, Iowa. Bidders should specify the •ajte of interest, but ho award vill be made on, any .bid of less than par and accrued interest. All_ other things being equal, 31-eference will be given to the bid of par and accrued interest or betler which specifies Ihe low- )st coupon interest rale. The County will'furnish the approving opinion of Messrs. Chappan and Cutler, Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, the purchaser to furnish the printed bonds, and all As I iiui (|iiittiii!>' farm in!;, I \vill sell Hio following "dcscrihtMl property at my farm located 2 miles cast and -2 miles north of LuVerne; or 4 miles south and I miles >vest. of (I.privit.h, on Jan. 14th SALE TO START at 12:00 NOON arm Machinery .>]otl.'l IS. .John Deere tractor niul cultivator, 10 ; I2 model with startar mid ligliis, oil rubber; 0. I*. .liiliu Itccrc tnictor on rulilicr; til Jolui Docro 'J-lt in. tractor plo\v on rubber: 41i John Deere 2-l(i In. ,1 •- • _ . • • * - • . . - . . ..^. T. -• • « tractor jiioH <tn rubber; I.WI. .lolin Deere disc; S-ft. John Dt'^j.JjiJwjlef J544-|ftt John I^et»r« elevator with speed puck and lioist; ,">-;i't; .lolin Deere inouer: lfl-l't» Western land roller; MM S-J't. Junior combine, with motor; IIII John Deere manure spreader on rubber; Massej-Harris 4-bar tractor side rake; 10-in. John Hccrc liaiiiiiieriutll; .lolin D<>ere rnltber tire trailer and flare box; Clinton rubber tiro trailer and box; New Iijea heavy duty hay loader. Ki-i'l. lioat ami trailer; Ihunboliit manure loader; 10-ft. disc; bale rack, S-ft. x lo-ft.; 2 ntilitj ho{? feeders; :),'> Im. si/c feed bunk, 10-ft,; Clipper fanning mill, largo size; Linsey 20-J't. harrow; J. 1>, end- gate seeder; McCorinick-Deering No. 1 electric creajn separator; Jl>xl.<» ft. Greon (jablo farrowing house; Marquette '21'> iimji. welder; electric drill, f>/S-in. chuck with drill; tap and die set; Lantz grappel fork, large sixe; forks, shovels and other tools too numerous to mention. MUST OF TJUJS MAiUJlXKItY JS M:>\ SIXCK l»4«. / 23 Head of Cattle 23 Six head milk cows, I fresh and 2 to bo fresh soon; I 2-year-old heifer to freshen soon; 10 yo«r» ling steer*, wt. from iOO-OOO Ibs.; 8 yearling hejfor.s; 3 bucket cahe*. TIIKSK CATTLK AUK SHOUT- IIOK3 AND 'IIKKKPOIt!) ntOHS. ^? V TWO IMACK MARKS, S AM) 10 YKAliS OLD i«o HAI.KS OF ALFALFA ' 100 JULKS TIMOTHY AM) 0 % TKH.MS; Cash, or make arrangements with your banker, JULIUS G. STUDER, Prop. 11K KM AN HW'MMOM), Auctloueer DiasMnusi x DEI BO • wrflffw BtaraNlfr fl6w 4tiHe hbrrtaof her", Mrs. Ed Moore Whef6 the visited, i , -The John Sabins eHtfiftalned tlie Rex SwdhSdWS WhltterfterW, the Leo Sabinsl, Fenton, tKfe J "-d Campn^ and Earl R16H;- The^Art Alekafidefs enfMA'J rtrs. Jda NickersoH, Algona. and he Aeijelt Myers^family df Rlng- 3ted. The Earl" Millers and Mildred Robinson w^re guests at' th,6 C. ISf, Robinson's. It's It's Different! ' See The New LOCKERATOR Table Top Refrigerator at Pratt Elec. Appliances GENERAL AUTO & TRACTOR REPAIR a Specialty! ' ' ; • > • * / ."' . / VVE WILL INSTALL A TURNING LATHE THIS SPRING f MERLE WELLENDORF SOUTH PHILIPS STREET >•« I immmmmmmmmiim As I am quitting farming I will hold a closing out sale at.the farm located 2 il<*o lArckcf 2-i- crmtJi e\f f.nrwifVi. nn . ! miles west, 2| south of Corwith, ,on JAN. 1 , • Sale Starts at 12 t MACHINERY h- wheel rack W£gqp; 4-wheeled trailer with*flared bo3<| Mc*Deering Deere ?pre&den hay rack; ta^ik heater; ^fj^-fe ff^^j l^'f^li g gal hpg waterer? 60-gal, hog wajterer; $ : »$f f^4«rf | log;.^jn»| piimp jackj w«?rk benchj 30-gal, kettle; Iar4 press; me^t grinder; §ome wire fence au4 steel pQgts$ shpvelsj fotrkff ''mm?e f" 1 ^ , Q.thfr s L 4 * -i^i^ f , r - •*' f. 100 K . *-d^ ™ JW IP SP ijjp IWBB TW||F Wi ^P II JLame? t Clerk » (I ;« KI 4 '•I < V [* (/ 1

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