The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 9
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,//, Mrs. Henderson Of LuVerne Is t \ -, <•' Buried Tuesday '' tuV**rte-*Mrs' 1 Mdry Render- Son, 62 years, "clidd Saturday 'fcVe.. Feb. 28 at tier home, llol f 6hth' Avenue southwest in Fort Dodge. Although In poor health fof the past,two years, she continued fairly active? until the time of her death, doing most of hci? own housework; ' 'Born -November -23, 1865, at Lodi, Wis., she came to a farm rtear. Bode,, where 'a young girl With her parents, 'the la'te Mr. and Mrs. Anders Olsori. ' She was united in marriage to the' late Sherman Henderson of LuVerne on October 1, 1890, and they lived for a number of yedrs on a farm near LuVerne. Mrs. Henderson moved to Fort Dodge 36 years ago arid has resided there since. She was a loving mother and her family was her (chief interest. 'Her hofjby was flower raising and her t garden occupied much of her time during the spring and summer months. Surviving Mrs, Henderson are 'three-daughters/ Mrs. Carl Babcock of Des Moines, Mrs. Charles Sorenson of Algona/and Mrs. H. W. Snodgrass of "Cherokee; two sons, Earl and Dewey Henderson, both of Fort Dodge; a brother, John Olson of Liberty Lake, Wash.; a sister, Mrs. D. 'A. O'niel, Ames; as well as 16 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. , Mrs. Henderson was preceded in death by two daughters, Mrs. Herman' Papp and Mrs. Ralph Carrier. • Funeral services were held at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, March" 2, at the Wilder and Bruce Funeral Honie in Fort Dodge. 'The Rev.'F. W. Shreve, pastor of , the Riverside Methodist church, conducted the services i and burial was in Memorial Park cemetery. 45 Diplomas As West Bend Nile School Finishes i ALGONIA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH <>, 1948 SECTION two BACK HOME AGAIN By Ed Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson and Mr. and* Mrs. Irvin Barton went to attend the'funeral. Mr. Henderson and Mrs. Barton are nephew and niece of the late Sherman Henderson. Elmore Woman In Damage Suit Elmore—Mrs. 'lone Leek- here' has brought, a personal injury damage suit for $16,500 against Guy Wessels, Clear Lake, owner of a tractorrlrailer gasoline transport truck 1 and-Edw; Harvey, Gruver garageman. At 3 a'.nh Thanksgiving morning Mrs. .Leek and heit husband were coming east from Estherv'ille in bad weather and ran into the parked transport, which had no warning lights. Lights on the Harvey truck pointed west on the south parking and confused them. Mrs. Leek, 36, suffered claimed permanent disablement '' '' Lovely, traditional Orange Blossom Rings skillfully hand wrought by Traub craftsmen in heartwarming circlets of precious metals. Preferred for generations by those who recognize superior quality ^JEWELRY, I j 2 HOUSE-CLEANING BJ5QINNINQ OF FARM WOI^K v^^^i^ '^^^ W«nt te take core ef all yptf'r mot* tr§?f, nfsrfs ne W btfert the Spring j. » L ft .T.*" '• • • ' I - 1 °. fen«w whet rppeN w§ fsn m»»p» . r *• t'L'j-r^V* "t ""- * * ** \> HOMPSON Report Drive Of 650 Mi. On lee It was a sliok trick driving home from California last weelc, for R. a D. Orloss 'arid .Donald Bierstedt of.- Lone Rock; : When the boys crossed into Utah they encountered, ice. • From' there until they reached North Platte, Nebr., a distance of 650 mil£s they drove over a solid sheet of ice. It took them two full days to make the distance. They counted 13 wrecked cars along the way and saw a demolished Buick in which two .persons we,re killed. Jijst three miles frpfh where the. ice ended two new cars collided head on and were ruined, Donald and Richard •went to California the day after Thanksgiving to spend some of the coldest (Weather in warm sunshine. While in the west they'Worked^ in Burbank at the Lockheed plant. They got home Wednesday. , The Wost Bond , Adult Evfching School Banquet was held Monday evening, March 1, in thcf'hign school gymnasium, at 7':00 pt m. More than 100 attended this"bah- quet. , Hugh Muncy, formerly the farm news announcer at radib station KXEL and now director of the Midwest Farm Radio Sort vice at Waterloo, Iowa, Was the guest speaker for the everting^ Mr. Muncy spoke on "The Farm* or and His Community." ; Entertainment during thd evening included a violin solo by Mrs. Carl Vohs, community sing* ing, songs by the- Methodist quartet, and a combination of tap dancing and baton twirling by Nayda Mabon. who was accompanied by her mother, 'Mrs. H. A. Mabon, on the piano. Mrs 1 . R. W. Jurgens accompanied Mrs. Vohs and the quartet on the piano, and Helen Claibprne played for the community singing. -, Supt. B. E. Cowan gave ,'the welcome for the evening and £. J. Mabon, voc. ag. instruct^ introduced special guests' ' !r Forty-five diplomas were e&rn- ed by those attending seven 6r more, meetings out of ten this winter. Those with perfect at;- tendance are Ted Bonnstetteih Donald Brown, Gerald Brown, Robert Brown, Shirley, Doty, Lyle Kuyper George Kuyper, Raphael Montag, Alvin BfoWn, Rex Brown, Fred Blank, Richard Miller, and 'Glen Struecker. , Six high school girls "were waitresses and the West Bend school hot lunch women prepared a very tasty dinner. Residents, of Reinbeck 'fare proud to observe that,two songs composed by Miss Glea Srio\jr of that city are now on sale at local stores there. Miss Snow, an'* infantile paralysis victim, wasi a co-author of "I Love You" ah'd "My Heart is Yours Alone." ' Lakotq Sending Supplies To Dutch Lakota—Tills town iSf,pne of 34 communities-i}i the state that has contributed ""relief supplies to be sent- to Holland, '"Shipment is to be made on7the.S. ; S. Noonan due to leave- air*'eastern port ,soon. When the "supplies'reach their (Jbstination-they 'will be,divided among'100 1 'Dutch 'families, Con- 'tfibuiujns.AfUMiave .^b'een voluntary,- Mrs-.' Ay^Kcfolhoffc .Henry Dontje, scvferal other, Dontje families, also.s'overal.tfohnson lamilfes have regularly £ijnt/relief packages to friends ajid; relatives jn Holland. W,omen, 'jp< the Presbyterian church.sent,,funds to Norway and other.organizations }o- cally sent to personal friends jn other'European countries through CARE. '"'", ADS BI^NG RESULTS. . 4 Annual St. Patrick's DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT March 17 LYNN KERNS •< Adm:—$1 Per Person lax , inc. AS "MEN WHO KNOW we Recommend _ _ _ TO IE PARTS EASTER . . , MARCH 28 BOYS CLOTHING FOR EASTER COMPLETE STOCK of Boys' Suits, Slacks, Jackets, Shirts and Accessories. YOU KNOW THESE trade names. They're all at ZENDER'S. Kaynee, Jackie Jumper, Jackie Prep, and Windbreaker. Clothes For Men and Boys EASTER.. .MARCH 28 The most colorful Easter Parade in years W! CARRY A COIWITi UNE OF GENUINE TQUDO PARTS 'Him W Ml THfMMNHD t From C<?«MQ jeisif'gpnMine Toledo parts are preferred for. their outstanding qM»Uty'*nd m«fi)Ies$ performance, Fprajmesf hw » few"'/ Toledo pnmuyp depKWlWSd tljcir wprth in millions of automobiles, »n4 Nscs,,Wf woron&nd »od sell Toledp P/oduets t^ssuse we me justewrs » hays t«c best. Remember « . , if rcp}»ceroent Besde4 st«if-sntt}jjs TeJ4o paffi-oae fins* 19 »W Aik Your Dealer or HEAD THIS WAY FOR YOUR EASTER HEADGEAR Lead the Easter Parade in a top quality felt —styled right for your profile—priced right for your purse. Snap brims and roll brims in light tan, grey, brown, blue and green. Bound, raw. or saddle stitched edges. Made by CHAMP and STETSON. 495 to |0°° ZENDER'S CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS Suits-$39.50 to r Topcoats-$30.00 to $35.00 XKTV1I ^^^fes^T ^flHBf^lW ^W? ^W i^^^^^* i^ , ClsthfiJeKMop. •fj ^ i,. •„> AS Look for the Easter Parade to be colorful, for this spring's suits and topcoats are much brighter and gayer—a change you're sure to welcome. ZENDER'S quality hqsn't.'V changed, though . . , it's as fine as ever. Step out with new assurance on Easter by selecting your spring suit and topcoat now, ' in time for the early holiday. , , Regular, shorts, longs, port|ys and stouts, i * »i It's An Investment In - <; Good Appearance • r , - v; rsc/si

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