The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 10, 1948
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City KrSjL** i f ".*" Robert E. away sud- 1, at 7 ..-.„ from a death was a he had never ,,Been ui, . * \ , _. iit'Mft PehfSoh was-born Dec-em- Jfer 28, 188& < a son of John E. 'iftid Augustfi Pehrson at the parental farm 1 in Eagle township. After finishing school he farm- Id with his father. -/ tie rriarried Nada McNeil Oc- ,!bber 16, 19l2f To this union three children 1 were born. He purchased a farm where the family lived,' SO he has spent his entire life in Eagle, township. 'V Funeral services were held Wednesday'at 2 o'clock p. m. at Jj-nmanuel Lutheran church, Where he was a member. Pastor Rev. A, M., Youngquist was in charge, ., Burial was in Harrison town,ship cemetery. Pallbearers were Sam Rystad, W.' E. Carlson, C. J, Appelqtiist, Wnt. Thompson, Archie DitSWorth, and Clifford Anderson. He is survived by his ..wife and '.two sons, Vernon of here, and Ray. of Indianola; a daughter, Ardis, passed away seven years ago. His mother, MrS. Augusta Pehrson, three brothers a'ri'd' seven sisters, as follows: Mrs. Esther Hovey of Kenosha, Wis,, Mrs. Anna Griffith, Algona, Oscar Pehrson, Pasadena, Calif,,' Bernard Pehrson, and Mrs. Edna Ponsess, Moorhead, Minn., Mrs. Emily Udy, Kindred, N. D., Mrs. Elvida Scholtes, Bancroft, Mrs. Bernice Swanson Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Florence O'Dell, Art and Roy Pehrson, here. All were here for last rites, but Oscar Pehrson, who was unable to come.' His father preceded him in death. , Roy Pehrson, his wife and their children Richard and Ruth Ann had left'two weeks ago for , a trip to California, making stops to visit friends on- the way out. They were 'contacted in Tennessee and returned here in time for the funeral. Others here for Robert Pehrson's funeral were Mrs. L. 0. McNeil, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, Sioux City; Rev. William Samuelson, Marcus; Merlin Berg, Fairmont. Waterloo Visitors Here j Mrs. C. E. BYohWay' and daughter Christie AWn,'<'«Water- loo, Mrs. Jess Millei\, /a,ifc| , her daughter Susan of Garrison and Mrs. G. Graham and her daughter Kay Marie of Waterloo 1 returned Wednesday after a^five- day stay at Emil Larson's "and Francis Torine *nohies! *' Mrs'. Broadway and Mr$. jytvUe^lpiade a short trip while' here "to visit a sister-in-law, Mrs. Olive Whyte, _^ Manson; a brother*.wKenneth p* ^Thomson! Mason City,' and aunts Mrs, Sophie Lauritzen, j/Arm- strong, Mrs. ''August ^^ralrJFair- mont; Wendell, Ed, ahd tFalmer; Jensons, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kuyper, GKa2pJimgeiu»The latter is better HTrJpSv^*. h%$! as Gale Weat'C". n scKoofi fr-renS. Shower for Biflde . . , ^ ; Mrs. Theo PlatH had' a "number of friends fp(feQ ie 0' 1 tosne on Thursday afternoon, . J?m.. 29, honoring her sister Mrs'. "Floyd Helmick, Estherville, who is ' a recent bride. She feceived many useful gifts, Helen McElwee assisted andi Mrs. Plath served a nice luncheon. Young Men Begin Training Wayne Patterson, Albert Saul, and Paul Becker were accepted into the army air corps 'and are" in training at San Antonio, Tex. The young men 'were graduates of, Swea City high school, class of 1947, Ed Fosgren Buys House Mr, and Mrs. Ed Fosgren have purchased a house in town,from Conrad • Linde. They plan to move about March 1, Mr. and, Mrs. Binie Brandt' and their daughter Carmen have lived and farmed with the Fosgrens. The Brandts %yiU remain on-fhe farm. ,Mrs. Brandt is the Fosgren's daughter Carol. 11' •' i 1 ". Mrs, Anderson < to Hospital **Mrs. Gus Anderson was taken tq.Holy^Family- hospital, Esther' ville, during. the week' for rust and observation. Mrs, -Maggie' Thackery, who has beejv staying the past §ix week with' her daughter , Mrs.- AMAZING NEW FOR IARD OF HEARING ' .Spje^nce hag njw ma4e jt .,. We' fQV the de,a.feripd 'tQ-.hea: II sounds, 'jvjs, Shearing device so JTiaU'thjit'it ftts^J* thp,ha.n<i apd '^ib}|g ^ j^Qugaridsj ^p enjoy ser- »»PgnS) iiiu^jq ,an4 s iplenjjy som- palpienship' ^.A^ptsAv^x. : the' tn " r iwrjl m phy§«Mftotng-.Pl ( ^tor c|n.;M&4R8J &$9°wi ,^.This' ftewp^'^Kt d-q|s |>pt, J^.¥ftSft^pW -*WV The ti^pEfJm. ^v^d*"fift ^fiU-^..-..^-- -^...-||| yfi]|ffi mm m <- r' ncar . me Sunday for a stay at the Homo of Mr. "wl? "T B11 , d wifc ' '^r- and Mrs. Ellis Jo-ngberg. fcflfei—.t h , Joft i b erg has been Helping with book work Jit Eor?? C ' t , v Produce this weeU while Mrs. Florence O'Dell is absent on account ( of her brother fcobcrt Pehrson's . death. Charles Ditsworth of Fairmont has { made natty- trips to his farm to help assist with having the buildings wired and hooked up to Hi E A Mrs. Clarence Hunt of Waterloo visited the past weel with her many friends here in Grant township, Mrs. Walter C. Peterson entertained at her home --Friday/ afternoon in honor of her cousin and husband, Mr. and . Mrs., Fred Faye of Timber Lake, Mirin., the following : relatives were also guests: Mr, and Mrs. Lars tErick- 1 son, the Fred Berggrcn'slJohn fcnckson's, Emil Larson's, and John Jongberg's. \ Howard Starr of Salemi Ore., returned home Wednesday, after a few days visit with his grandparents, John E. Anderson's at the Oscar Linde home. Hb. also came here to attend the wadding of his cousin Keith Anderson to Dolores Koestler at the. Lddyard Methodist church Sunday i afternoon, Feb. 1. • r Dfeer ' -At West Union, Mrs. R. F. Es- tcy found a young deer brdwsing in her back yard. It remained for several minutes before it bbcame frightened by a passing car and leaped over the hedge and, But O f sight. Deer have-been seeri near West Union but this was believed the first one actually to invade the city. - , Winner t Shirley Paasch, freshman iit the Walnut, Iowa, high school, jWas a double winner with her entry in the National Western stock^snow at Denver recently. Shirleyjs big black Angus steer, "Mysterious", won .blue ribbons in both; the junior and open classes. . t Name Co Developments 1 are ,takfhg.'ff6r.M in regard to temporary 'plans fois' a possible adult education atid public forum pfogram • fof" this community in 1948.' A meeting attended by'-repi'e* sentativos of various civic groups Was held recently to explore bos-:: sibilities of such a program 1 ." Tta* meeting culminated in {he appointment of an executive committee, members of which aret. Mrs. Hatty, Feltlfr/; H,:,F, Friesiedf, Owah Muffi t&h . Veda Murtagh, Dfl'-, JeM-, Schutier, and O. B,t,Lain& secretary. This eoWrhiit&6 • met Jan, 19,''and ,agreed oh > . the following conclusions: If opinion in the community is favorable, a program of adult education classes, and community forums could be planned, for next year. Perhaps''Sorrie.-'begirt- ning can be made this, spring With a full program starting next fall, possibly in November or-pecehi- ber. There should be a basic community council composed bf representatives from some 30 civic organizations , representing the cross section of people in the community. A managing or executive com' mittee ,of seven members Would supervise the planning; and con- Linde Home, Swea City Is Sold Swea City—The A. C. Lindes last week sold their residence here to the 'Ed' .Fosgren, who will take possession ^March 1. Mr. ( Lindewh6 retained back lots and the garage,- plans, to build. The family will occupy an .upstairs apartment for the summer. The Lowell Roberts family, living in the apartment at present, will move to'their newly built home this month. " *" ^"^I" ^ -— -— ' P. • — -!_— •— ^ , ( suit wi$i* the larger fcoUipf bfi problems as they come ufj fr0m time to 1 .time. Tha't W&tiltt ««&n twd' mttfte members- addeid • ttf the pre-sfeht comtoittete of fifef The executive comrrtlttefB at the fecettt rneetin'g. ta port • -in ; any,, possible, way. ' now attending the agricultural night school, with the idea that 1 they might, hav.e a fe.W. meetingf yet 'thls.fsprlngvttt the : time tH* mdh' , were meeting • in t, regular. classes;-,, , ,<„/*. , ;: Y Thsy also decided f, to give .any, desired assistance- to th8,,.«gnctil? tttial- night school in.planfiirtgvfqt the'.yeafs final meetirig, and sdk curing a speaker able to ad-" dress a general public meeting tO which the whole community invited.. , , ' . ' These .developments ary.only ,a rough summary of possibilities so far. ' ' BABY CHICKS ; Now U. S. Approved-U. S. Pullo- rum Controlled Ducklings,, and TuVkey Poults ; ' ,Fil'sf^h)<l< h%h-on.Februarys 18^-1948V' Phone or rrtail your^ order now or see our representative. SWEA CITY HATCHERY Svvea City; lowd Phone 35! u2W 1UUI - > ' t i t in' "/)&&£ * iffe^f*:^- Car Goes jf:£l..\- / K-n-n-n-o-c-k'. . . . S-'s-s-s-s!' ' r • ,* I > ' 1 If those are similar to the sounds your car. is makjngT-br/ is aphto make-^yoy'. want to head for a garage where you are-assured of tlieWpst COMPLETE "-and EFFICIENT mechanical service you can get. You-.want^car doctors that can diagnose, prescribe, and operate with skill.' ., I ' i ^'> . ft • ?••<; .tc, t « . . n.' ;- • We have su<ih skilled car doctors here at PereivqL Motors.. They,are .equipped to work on ^ny model car. They have at their finger-tips factory-engineered- repair equipmen , such as our exclusive Bear Wheel Alignment machine. They have a complete stock of parts to.choose'from', and"if'we' J dbn v t have what you need, we will get it for you. , / \ ' ^ ' " i * .. ''" "' 1 »''44C- 1 !>J - x ?''"'••' ' LetfercivalJMotors skilled mechanics be'your cefr docfdrsl' They guarantee satisfaction! • J> ' - • 'j" 1 v. , • , s •, i , . ' f t* r^ '^^y wB?^^ i^^fe ^^} ^^^^v ^^^- ^ "^ ^ ^^<^:^^m i^fe ^^} ^-;%;-?^v?v LARGEST IN THIS SECTION OF THE COUNTRY Producing Hog, Poultry, Cattle Feed Pel'els Drop in WhenYou'reNextmTown FEE S A R G E NT • ^ ,«•'"• ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••P^HMUHMMiV^iMBI^MM^H^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ** ' * * ----^t Sargent & Co., Algona; la. P E E D •* * i Algona, Iowa., -' /4(<! *f , * t ikn I ~HT " ^r*-\ _' ' • - •, s4w, COWAN BUILDING [SUPPLY CO. Tuesday February 10^1948 £& wmiwm&'wyir •/•/ n i r/ Over 175 Patterns And All Your Eyes to Choose Groceries, in • No More Need to Stand in Line Displays Are Sensational! *• * *! f » -• ''- '-'y •HWftfH:^ - ypy wftf "-

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