The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 14
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iakofa Folks If Funeral In North Dakota h 4 $$0''-jft|i^ Mdlhl* , Tuesday, January 1(3, 10481 ficasoft,' and a niece Helen Mc^ -—" •'•• ••—- Hza of Blue Bai'th, ..came fast Friday and Visited until SatUf* day night with the Gingrich's. Lakota: Mrs. Jerry Heetland Raymond and Russell Winter and Mesdames J. E. Ukena and Chas. CJutknecht returned to Blue Earth last week Tuesday, via bus after attending the funeral of their cousin in Glenburn, N. D. Sylvia Lucille, only daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Claude Randall, (hee Hattic -Winter.) died Monday, Dec. 29, and funeral services were hold at Trinity Lutheran church in Glenburn,' January 3. Besides her parents she leaves onfe brother, Howard, his wife, one nephew and two nieces. Sylvia was much interested in lier church work and helped arrange the Christmas eve program. She was especially interested in music and played the trumpet in the Glenburn band for several years. Sylvia was born October 11, 1909, and had been an invalid for the past six years with Ad- diSon's disease, but was as usual until Saturday, Dec. 27, when she was taken to a hospital in Minot and passed away Monday, Dec. 29. One brother, Warren, was killed in World War It Michael jointer ol Mason City also attended the funeral services. At Brother's Bedside Mrs, Lottie Isenberger, who has been In Algona the past two weeks during the critical illness of her brother Tom Godden, came back to Win. Baum's Wednesday night, Auxiliary Hostesses Mrs. Henry Olthoff and Lucy Melz were hostesses to the Legion Auxiliary meeting at the city hall last week Tuesday evening. The newly elected president, Mrs. Albert Weaver, was in charge of'the meeting. Church Board Meeting A Methodist church board meeting was held' at Warburton's last wdek Tuesday evening and the business for the first quarter of the year was taken care of and a social hoUr followed. A special guest at this meeting wa the daughter of the Rev, an Mrs. LaBue, Who with her hus band, has been visiting her par ents for two weeks. " She am her husband left the next morn ing for their homo in Yoming. A Birthday Parly Mr. and Mrs. Leon McCoy, (nee Jean Estle) movad to a farm near Swea City last week and were hosts to a family party Friday night honoring Mrs. McCoy's father, Ray Estle's, birthday. The Emory Smiths and the Henry Mitchells. Lakota, Were guests. New Year's Guests New Year's Eve and New Year's clay guests at Loyal Gingrich's were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson of Clarion) the Ging- richs' daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and their son Harold and his wife, all of Titonka. The Johnsons are former residents of Lakota. Mrs. Gingrich's mother, Mrs. Laura B. F. Goodrich Silvertowns for your present fires You get "extras" in B. F. Goodrich tires — extras that cost you no extra money. First, there's a broader-faced tread that puts more rubber on the road, increases mileage More and sturdier 'cords give the cord body extra strength. Don't delay. Come in today EVERY B. F. GOODRICH TIRS CARRIES A '6.00-16 SIZE Only 1.50 Do w 1.25 a Week PllOllO 808 Lester DeBolt LDERS US No. Thorington The Albert Hans of Raymond Minn., spent part of the holiday here with his mother, Mrs. Hans and his sistpr Mrs. Mary Zoller Mr. and Mrs. J. H.''Wai-burton tok F. Gus Torino to Blue Earth last week Wednesday, where he took a bus to Saint Paul, where he is visiting at the home of an uncle 1 and family, the -Frank. Tor- ines. He may go on from there to Baraboo, Wis., to visit his sis* ter Hilda, Mrs.'Sd Hulterstrum and family. Lois Brtler celebrated hei llth birhday on New Year's day with a party for a group of her friends and they played games and her mother served lunch. Robert Stafford of Galena, 111. was a holiday .guest with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stafford. Be'tty Kienitz spent a short vacation with her mother Mrs. Rachael Kitnitz and' Lena Gutknecht took her to Blue Earth last week Friday, where she took a bus kack to school at Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. George Christ and son Derald left a week ago Saturday for Los Angeles, Calif., where they will spend the nex six weeks. Mrs. Ewing of Swea City vis ited her friend, Mrs. Agnes Kel ly, here last week. Sunday. Wilbur Wirtjes went back t his ^gravel hauling job at Web stcr City. Wilbur has been suf fering with back trouble since Christmas time and has been taking treatments. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams have spent much time in For Dodge, the past week as Doctoi Williams' mother was taken sicl< after Christmas, and is still critically ill at her home in 'For Dodge. Big Help To Co/fee Gulps- At last dhfis fleece, ajf ih« Algena jfewsjsap&cs stelf, has realised haftdsairnely on his Almalgamertled As4bCSaii6H of Cdffee ctuipefs, mewbe*- ship in which eHtails no dues of of he* expense, . i >», Recently Chris sent one al his rtiembersihp fgidaf id HtllS Bros. Coffee Inc., Saft Pfift. eiscb, and Mflch.Jd his de< lighted amazetrtMl, he deceived in reiitth a full Case of half-pound Cans of Hills B»6s< coffee with the compliments of Handel Wilson! a company executive, , An acompanyittg letleiftex- plained that the half-pound cans are not yet on the tn&t* ket, 'due to continued Container problems,?! « - , The Hills Bros', product is' a well known and pdp'ufc high quality coffee handled by most Algona grocery stores. , Pen Ortens ,Te Eggland, __„. Onbft , 6f CflftMota.'S. B., |aft.Tf4-f6^ He^r^M-fiit^Wntf* !h^^^rtWtF/«^dsJ |h|rafi| r ;fo!Vfi feWj^ehtRS vlsll jwjh ^fsjfH^dMfc nmmts. ®&W¥<y*m-: 9? Wh '.«*««» cr-«. LIIUIUL. —rTi-mr-. rniT rriniTiTimirilBOlLJaiirJiailDnjmijl-JuriL^^ ™" 1 '' 'I 1 ' *' ' l "" 1111 j,iiky • n J *'' t A \^ r>1 " 1 *,,, .-''''' V;s /^f^, ,-'!,'>*"-' i-f :'"" ' '-V '<. v '" '. ^." ''--t^^M 1 ' >i v . ' ' ( )" "- ! ' " i.' " ' ijM^' 1 '•-' ' ' :'. "*f* ' M*' ''«*''• ' •' '• ' ''''"if'l'3;;-"f? ~ ^ - ' i , ' *' L,- ' "• ' ''^.T 1 '' ''^3ii j .>• /.',''>'' ; **"- ', '-i fl "*' •^ s ^ a ^ am \*$\ IRVI NGTON Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges entertained at a family dinner gathering at their home Sunday, juests were Mrs. Mary Dole arid Marvel, Elmer Doles, .all of Irvington, the Chet Harmons, Al- gpna, and the Clarence Greens, Bancroft. Darlene Thilges, Bode, spent the sast .week visiting the Oswald Thilges home. The George Scluimathers have moved into one of the\ Mulligan apartments while awaiting the completion of their new home here. ' One of the very few old land- nnarks left at Irvington, "the old ice house," has been torn down. Despite its age, some of the lumber was still in good shape, and so was used by C. Gales on his garage. Wm. Koons, 56, Funeral Jan. 6 "; Swea & Eagle: Wm. Koons, 56, passed away at Fairmont, Minn., hospital following a ' severe heart attack on Saturday, January 3. Funeral services were icld at Fairmont .,f v Melodist church, Tuesday. Burial was, in •larrispn township ce'rnetery.- 1 , ^ William, a son of 'Mr, and Mrs. ''rank Koons, was born .in Wash- ngton state in 1892, later com- ng to this comm,unity with ft parents. In 1917 he married Mis Jessie Work. The couple, farrrtb n Grant township until . .192 vhen they moved to Fairmp'fa where Mr. Koons was employe at Railway Motors. He is survived by his wife an< five children: Mrs. "Robert Conk lin. Minneapolis; Mrs. Zane Fjt and Mrs. Kenneth Turner, Fair mont; William Jr. and Hazel;a home. A daughter, died in 'in fancy. A brother, O. B. Koons lives here. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg^at tended the funeral. 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