The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
Page 24
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Dll M«tfl«f fueiday, Maceli 2, Lalcota Famers Hit By Illness; Both In Hospital Lakota— Raymond Winter, west tif town farmer, and Ernest Christ, feftst of town farmer, were both in th'c Buffalo Center hospital last Week suffering with flu and complications. • ' Ai Malcolm Funeral Messrs, arid Mesdames Adolph Poppe, Henry Bl6me, 'Elmer JUrtkermeier, Otto Engelbarts, Mrs. Lou Nitst, E. E. Logerhan and Melvirt Logeman, Lakota, and Mr t . and Mrs. John J. Johnson, Ledyard, drove to Malcolm^ Iowa,Friday, Feb. 20 and on Saturday attended the funeral' of an aunt, Mrs. Louis Engelbarts. Other relatives from the vicinity attending were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gertz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper, Mrs. Howard Jensen, Adolph Poppe Jr., Mrs. Ivin Klinksieck, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Johnson. Some returned home Saturday and some Sunday. HOG HOUSES HOG FEEDERS BROODER HOUSES Are the on move f again PLACE YOUR ORDERS nof for that unit you need this Spring to properly take care of your livestock. YES—LUMBER has been arriving at our yard—and the Red Trucks have been hauling it out into town and country. A. CAR OF Berwind Briquets is now in transit—other desirable coals are Son f 6 Rfly fteffokli • , . A little son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hertzke at the But* falo- Center hospital last Week Tuesday afternoon and was baptized Neal Warren the following morning with the pastor, the ttev. Darnauer officiating. The baby passed away 'at 3:30 Wednesday afternoon. Bedside services were held Friday for the immediate family and short services Were held at 'tHe Schutter funeral home following and interment was in the Lakota Lutheran cemetery! Falher-In : Law Dies J. E. Ukena received a telephone call from his son Paul Ukena in New York City, last week Tuesday evening, saying his father-in-law Mr. Peveto had died suddenly at his home in Sherman, Texas, and Paul and his wife and'- baby were leaving via plane the following morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena left by cat- last week Wednesday afternoon for Texas. Mrs. D6rothy Daniels is visiting the Larry Staffords during their absence^ Visit Mrs, Blome Mrs. James Dorcy and son Lowell of Austin, Minn., were recent visitors with Mrs. Beverly Blome. Mrs. Dorcy is the former Ruth Priebc. Pneumonia Attack August Christ was stricken with pneumonia last week Wednesday and is seriously ill at his home in Lakota. supply sdcfdtfiif, A b6X o'f .fcldth ing-had faeeh^rtt for Phlllp^i relief, Aft offering bf. §oaf>,;.. for soap^was takefc, to,be Moiher, Baby Home Mrs. Robert Hamilton and baby were brought home from the Buffalo Center hospital last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Furst were visitors at Glaus Daniels' near Burt last week Monday. Mrs. Arthur Tietz was able to be at church last weeK lollowing a six weeks illness with flu,, virus infection and malta fever, for which she is still taking treatments for the latter. > J.. W. Cook and V. A. Barrett attended a schoolmasters meeting at AlgOna February 19 and Mrs. Larry Stafford the county council the same night . and the same place. Mrs. William Aaldreks returned home last week Sunday from the home of her daughter Mrs. Alvin Huenhold at Algona where she has been sick for several weeks. The Andrew Murras are moving to the former Hippen farm in Lincoln township now owned by ' Arend Swalve, and the Donald Clappers are moving to- the Ralph Geerdes farm vacated by the Murras. Don Wortman spent a recent weekend visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Newbauer of in stock. Call or Phone 229 F. S. Norton BUILDING MATERIALS . ... PAINTS . . . FUELS "Our Red Trucks Are Able to Serve You Propmtly" Stopped at EmfrfgtsbUfg -40 Visi ihother- Uftel&.and%intr Mr, dhfl ' , HttU^hl'Mr, Haiigeri Is thdre,-, «• -, >> J Ledyard 22, at 3:30 at thff church in Nashllft, c-i v *ua uean Busch, daughter of Mr.^ahd Mrs". Alvin Busch of' LedyarM " "*-* united in marriage td.John '_ ardson of Graht. The d6uble'fihg ceremony was used. Thfey were, attended by the bride's sister, Mrs. George MacKenttdrt 6f Med* ford, Mass., and Leftoy" ftichaM- son, brother of the groom, The bride wore a light gfey dress with black 'accessories and had a corsage of pink rose buds. The matron of honor ,w,ore a, light blue dress with black 'Accessories and had a corsage of pink roses. The groom- arid best "man wore dark suits with whit.e carnation boiintonaires. ' , The bride v?a& born and raised in Ledyard and graduated from the Ledyard 'high school. Since graduation she has i Worked in For the past year she Car- Ledyard. has been bookkeeper at the penter & Son hardware. The groom was .graduated from Grant H. S. and immediately enlisted in the navy. Since his discharge he has worked in seht to the'. NftVajd.fridiih.MlS' sion in.N£w MeJdofc, .Mfg.- H Herzog, • '-Missionary"; < secretary, also gaVe a fe^ort^'and 6Uflifibd plans to be darried out. 11^6' next meeting will be March 11 • at-the church and an Eastbr ••—•'-••-~ L will be given/ " ' Leave Mr. and Mrs. ..„ .,„„„„„.. „. Radcliffe left Monday* -after days at .the On last Sun' Ira Neibaudr. of ' Hjf._.u J*.j.i* *~fA. j-j_ spending several Max Nitz -home.. Ledyard a short and Estherville. After honeymoon they \will Radcliffe, a cousin^pf Lou Nitz, 1 spent last week Monday visiting at the Nitz Ijome. '^ A group of Presbyterian Women observed a. day of prayer last week Wednesday afternoon with a prayer scrvi'ce at -Mrs.i C. A. Gutknecht's. vf Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson visited their 20-month-old son at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last week Sunday and re- 1 port his condition improved;' He was taken to the hospital "Feb!"l 7 suffering with a throat ailment. The Arend Swalve- family, attended the silver wedding' *c61e- bration of Mrs. Swalve's brother and wife. Mr. and -Mrs.-""John Korte at Buffalo Center last Week Tuesday. . . , Mrs. Emory Smith is reco.yer- ing from a case of pneumbnia-'at her home here. ' '" , Mr, and Mrs. Henry Swalve^k't- tended the.state farm insurance company convention at Des Moines several days and Mr. Swalve was honored for being ojie of the high 20 in life, insurance production. Those in 5-6 grades who made the spelling honor roll in 6- weeks tests were Lois Bruer, - ;j Darl^ne Farron, Attis Murra, Beve,rly Rippentrop, Gordon Hans', Larry Anderson, Rhodora 'Harms, Marlene Sachs, Sharon Dorenbush, Norma Hippen, Donna Qlson,and- Shirley Farron. '' • SO you FINALLY' COT 114 THE UAST WORD AROUINO WITH YOUR. THE LAST WORD IM SERVlic AND SATISFACTION CAM BE FOUND AT RU(S & KY1 CHAMPUIN t SERVICE . day Mr. and Mrs. Nitz, Mr. , and Mrs.- NeibaUer and Mr,, arid Mrs. Howard Nitz of Estherville' went tb Amboy and 'spent the day at the Gus Martin' home. Mrs. Nitz, Mrs. Martin, and Mrs. Ncibauer are sisters. - SUrjirig*.'" Party . '> .Mr", and-' Mrs.' J. , A.', Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs.' Willis Plhgel and family a' ' Lloyd CHAMP LIN SERVICE . PHONE 1086 • 302 ESTATE • FOR SALE CLEAN USED CARS! Mechanically Guaranteed I 1946 SUPER DELUXE FORD TUDOR 1 1942 DELUXE CHEVROLET TWb-DOOR 1 1941 SUPER DELUXE FORD TUDOR 1 1941 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE COUPE 1 1940 DELUXE FORD TUDOR 1 1941 FORD i TON PICK-UP TRUCK 1 1937 FORD TUDOR SEDAN 11946 1J TON FORDTRUCK WITH STAKE RACK—GOOD PUY Kent Motor Co. L'scd cnr lot located J^ block wortli of HigU School, ' ; and, ;M,rg. Glenn and • son > surprised. ' Mrs. Lloyd -Thursday," Feb.-, 19', in honor Of Tier birthday. On Monday, .Feb. 23, Mr. and MrS,^ J. A. Lloyd and Ardis,''Mr.'- and- Mrs. Wm.'LloyH and family 'surprised Mrs, Glenn,' , Lloyd' "in; honor 'of her birthday. \ * . , , C i r ^ , ^ i Shower at) Church '' ' " . On .Wednesday afternooa 1 more than* 100 /guests gathered at the E. & R... church for .a misceljane- ous shower honoring Mrs: John Richardson,^ .nee PJiyllis ,Bus,c'h. The .theme ,of"th'e afternoon was school days, and "the entertainment- and decorations "carried 'out the idea. . The- bride received mspy lovely giftsX A delicious luncheon 'was, served;' Club Honors fiirthday . • ' ' ' • The G. O., met "at the home of Mrs. 1 . E. ' T. HalvoYsori 'last Monday evening' honoring the birtHday of -Mrs. R'ose-Moul- ton. She received many nice gifts. The evening ' was t ' spent at sewing. A ' delicious lunch was served. : , . • - . . v , 4-H Clubs Raise $156 In Seed Fund The 4-H clubs 'of Ko'ssyth county have -just completed i a project in which theyi contributed $156 for garden seeds forEur- ,opean families. The money is divided .-into units v . of | $3^ each. Seeds bought in suchiamouhts arc^uppbsed to furnish enough - garden stuff ,for a family, of 'five. The '. Kossuth -.4-H .clubs, -have thus taken care of .the. garden ; peeds of 51 families and if growing conditions, in Eurppe are good this .season 255 persons will be provided fresh' and canned vegetables through the 'seed donations. v - . , • , There . was 'npthing compulsory about the clubs' contributing, but ' 1 participation. there' was 1 a 100?o •Top Sow Price $500, Marty Sale An unusually large and enthuy siatic crowd attended the Marty and.Sons Poland bred sow sale, Saturday, Feb./21; .,• The top sow' went to Niehaus Bros, of Greene, la,, at $500, and second top went to Carl Carlsoh of Lakefield, Minn., at $370, The first 10 sows to 'sell averaged $2&2. Sales were made to buy- .'ers from Walla 'Walla, Wash., Gardner, No. Dak.,, Jacksonville, 111., and Sioux Falls, S. D. r .The sensational $800 boar'"Indicator" proved himself popular enough to make this one of the outstanding Spotted -Poland sale; of'the year. . - • Farm Shifts In '• Swea City Area/ Swea City—Moving time 'is at hand once more for farmers in .this vicinity. On Saturday, Feb. 21, the Ellsworth Carlsons moved from the Fred Peterson estalte farm jn Swea township to Grove City, Minn.; to a farm which they purchased last fall, The Peterson farm will be tenanted by the Jay and ,-GJen •. darks who moved .there'from the VirgU Blomster fa,rni northwest of. Swea City. And Jhe Carl Rombold^s'- from Bancroft mpved early last wegk. Blomster,-famf, - ,. Dick, and Diane dtr6v6 „ Moifles Sunday to visit Mr , at the veterans hospital. Me'had been hbmo ort'.a thirty da'y'leaVc a short time ago biit returned for further treatment; i • • ' ' - « Mr. and Mrs, S< D, WiUort hid s guests friday^Mrs.^.'.^ " of Swea City," and • her son Vauxf of Seattle. Wash. ' Mrs. Alic». O v Raurke went Id DeSvMdines last Satiirday to visit her sister' and ; brothcr'-in-l6<v Mr. and Mrs.'. Thomas O'JHaire. She WiU be-gorte till'this m'id- Week, and;'/during" her",absence' Mrs. Lduis'e. John.. .is remaining with Mrs.-'O'RoUrke's father- 1 * 1 ' E. Rist. . •'•-•;;';• ' ' ' /, Mr. and Mrs. . Grady '.Ph'lllips; went to Gowrie,-Tuesday,-to bring; fllA' frtt»tY^«»*»A * *^t n 4-V, AM H^MM *r.*1.' n [ the- former's 1 'rhoth^r, • Julia , . Phillips here! for a .month's Visit. 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