The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 3
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-, ( ; * >» \ Prize winners in a Cation? .dress -making contest sponsored by the Algona ehafiier ol the ,b.A\R, are pielured here. Reading from left to right the girls arei Marilyn Sehmeling, Whiiiemore} Naoma Greittert,Whil- temore; Shirley McVeigh, Algona; Betty Ann TjadeM Wes^ < ley, and Jane Keith, Burt. * • Miss Beth Annis chattier regent is shown in the back-) ground. (Algona Newspapers Flashfoto). Lhst fall' the AlgoHa chapter of the D. A. R. sponsored a courity- wide cotton' dressmaking contest with the cooperation of Alma' Schultz, county home economist, and Margaret Borgmeyer, Algona home economics teacher. They both conducted separate contests, selecting their first and second prize winners and bringing them to the regular meeting last Tuesday; March 9, of the D. A. R. «at Mrs'. Wm, K. Ferguson's. Final judging was done by Mrs. H. L, fOilmorc, Mrs. John Kirk, Mrs. A. W, Amunson, and Mrs. Charles LaBarre. The contest was part of a state and-national D. A. R. project. The girls competed in age groups up to 14. and from 14 to 18 years. In the senior group Jane Keith, 17: oC Burt won I ho first prize and Betty Ann Tja- don, Weslov, was second. ' In the junior grquo Naoma Greinert. 13. . of "Whittemorc scored first'on a dress made of feed sacks, and Marilyn Schmeling, 12," also of Whittemorc, won second with a play suit.- First prize winners in both groups received a cash prize of $5, and winners of second place Deceived $2.50 in cash. The two first prize dresses have bee'n entered in the state contest. *-< ! Rites Monday For Mrs* Momyer Mrs. Margaret Momyer died Friday evening at 8:30 at her home here'from leukemia." She had been in failing health for two years. A daughter Margaret, Mrs. Ed. Colt' of ,Evanston_and a son Chester of Chicago arrived Wednesday to be with their* mother 1 .*", 1 -' " The son John and daughter Maxine, both at home, haoVcared , for her since the'death of their father in May, 1946. Funeral serivces • - we're ' held Monday' at 2 o'clock in the Congregational chuVch. The Rev. John P. Clyde was officiating clergyman and -arrangements were by McCullpughs. Burial was in the family plot at Riverview cemetery,- The pall bearers were long-time family ' friends and included: Dana Paxson, Luke Linnan, E. J. Van Ness, Al-Spongberg, L. W. Keith, and Hugh Raney. •— Mrs. Momyer was the daughter of John and Margaiet Lafferty. She was born May 14, 1875 at Des Moines. She was graduated from the high school at Albia, and it was there that she mm heel Chester A. • Momyer on Nov. 29, 1894. The couple resided at Albia until 1914 when the family moved to Algonat Mr. Momyer died,two 'years ago. / Survivors are the four children, a grandson Jack W. Colt, Los Angeles; a brother and sister Dennis and Katharine Lafferty both of Los Angeles; and a half-brother Frank Maneor of- Albia, Relatives from a distance here for -the rites were Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Colt, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maneor, and Mrs. * Roy Maneor, all of Albia, Mrs. 1 Lillie Howe Died Wednesday Mrs. Lillie Howe, 75, d«ed*last • Wednesday at 4:3Q\p, m atlthe Kossuth l)6sp|tal. - F,unwal services ' were held • Friday at 2, o'clock at the Methodist church, •in Gilmore City.- There was no , service here.vArrengements were, by-McCullough's, " ' her- home 1 Mrs, with an only. : child, MrV, Cart Humphrey, who'• lives south/ of the, pity limits ,'QJI No. 169, - Twp weeks v ago J4rs, it Howe had \ a slight strode from whiph she' foil and fr-aptured a hip- • ' *' She was at first cared -f of -b_y hep daughter b,ut' when the KQ§, suth hospital reopened she wa,s ..taken there, , §he succumbed tp pneumonia,,' . t , ,-, Mrs, JfoweXwIl's' the of Mr, indV-Mj^Elihu, She' was born, 'at^JjawnnsJv App t 'i8, iwa^iBoon'^ftw gr .._ ,sh,§ panje t " ' " '" -lived with , L.,> MgmMt&te _, >H jQfik placgpeo, -•j^poidt, , * .. ^...^jfw- *&& .. n *<»*-„ ? f'fliBWtofc;.^ -^' f > $M - ! r f f*8»miwm 'jifcftf >• family, pjpj; i,;i it :-fijkBfl»?* %.^.;?a| bipfs l *4 w»'lg«id* to ttfegiftwfe^'i j Pastor Coming For Lent Talks^ The Rev. Marvin E. Burgess, above, of Minneapolis will be in Algo'na, Sunday) evening, to start a series,of Holy Week services at the Baptist church. T-h«*e~-wiir be'. nightly meetings at 8 p. m. and on Go.od Friday services will be from. 12 noOn to 3 p. m at 30- minute intervals •' alternating with the •Re'v. R..F. Kittrell. Mr. Burgess is well known in Kossuth county. He was born at Bancroft and graduated from the high school there. ' He was licensed from the Bancroft church and .ordained by Calvary church in Abilene, Tex. After finishing ihigh school he worked for Frank Cruikshank in Plum Creek township in the' summer time.; The Cruikshahks have invited Mr.-and Mrs. Burgess to be their guests * during the Algona stay next week. The Rev. Burgess is on the faculty of the Northwestern Bible school at .'Minneapolis. r* .~' , i Athletic Banquet Set Next Monday A Big Nine' sports—official, John O'Donnell • of Davenport, who is also a sports writer for a Davenport paper, will be the featured speaker at the! annual -Junior Chamber of Commerce athletic banquet, slated for next Monday evening, March, 22 41 in the high school gymnasium. At the banquet,, letters will be awarded ( to , athletes from both Algona high and St. - Cecelia's Academy. The athletes, their father's and their cocahes"Will all be guests. «.#., Tickets will go on sale/Thursday, Friday and Saturdajruntire p. m. at Sharp's Jewelry or the Hub Clothiers, and anyone interested in sports is invited to at- Mr. and Mrs).Walter; Zi celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary'-Sunday and dinrter was served to relatives and few close friends. Those , attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Sam Centner. Jr., Winnabago, Minn.; •Zen-trier, Grenada, Minn.;' Wil- tliftm : -Funk, ' Armsttofig; Matt BaUmgartner, Fred !-Baumgart- -ner, 'LuVcrne; William, Zentner, Renwicik; Glen Strayer, Kenneth Geilehfeld, , Kenneth'* 'Brayton, and the respective 1 farm'liesf Sam Zehtner, father of Walter, Wm- nebdgo, Minn.; John Olson, Fenton; Jake Tcuscher, Mrs. John Krug, West Bend; Mrs. Bertha Dailey, mother of Mrs. .Walter Zentner, Myrtle St. John, Bertha Olson, Fenton; Alice Mathcs and Jacqueline Zcnlncr, daughter of the hosts. Mrs. Lawrence Tripp, sister of Mn Zentner of Beloit, Katia., was unable to be here b'ut telephoned her congratulations and good wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krug, of Monterey/ Calif., daughter and son-in-lawA of the Zent- ners observed .their second anniversary on'the same date. Three anniversary cakes which had been presented to Mr. and Mrs. Zentner were used as table decorations. Many fine gifts of silver and various other remembrances were given the honorces. , During* the afternoon two pictures of four we're taken, one on the paternal side of Sam Zentner, Walter Zentner,, Mrs. Kenneth Geilcnfcld, 'and Nancv, the other being on the maternal side, with Mrs. Bertha Dalley, Mrs. Zentnfr,, Mrs. Geilenfeld and daughter Nancy. Barbara Pool 'Engaged— Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pool have announced the engagement and approaching marriage in June of their daughter, Barbara, to David B. Avery, son-of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Avery of Winthrop, Mass. Miss Pool is attending the Fisher Secretarial -School at Boston, Mass., and Mr. Avery is attending law school, 'Suffolk University, also at Boston. Schutters-.Entertain— Dr. and Mrs. ' John Sch utter 'entertained a group of relatives. Sunday. The former's parents Mr. and Mrs.- Jerry Schutter !of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and son Marvin were dinner guests. Additional guests for supper were 1 Mr. and Mrs; A.' W. Behrends., Mr.'-and Mrs. Tom Dailey of Alpona, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'No'Ohan of Eagle Grove. The West Bend Schut- tend. tilbnr- St.Joe Mother Passes * St. Joe—A large number from here attended funeral —•sefvices Monday morning at St. Peter and Paul 'church" aV West Bend» for Mrs,' Schmaljn, mother of^Mrs^ Nick^Bormann of here, She passed' away on Thursady after a lingering illness. ' Augusta Ku>th of Blue Earth, Minn., and Ella Glaiser of Minneapolis, Minn,, spent the weekend at the Wm. Reding home here. Joyce Kirsch, youngest .daughter of Mr, and Mrs. 'Petec-Kirsch, was a patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, severaj days last week. Erpelding, a. patient in ,„ ... jpital, Fort Dpdge, sjjipe, last -Monday was to-undergo a? major operation'there the,first of the.weejfe^ , • '•. ' ' , • , " f *-,'Me,,-and-Mrs., .Peter 'Clempnji arjd/Kathryn'-Wright pf St, Pauk visited here with relatives and. friends, They.alsp attended toner* • • servipes Monday morning; in ;, Petep and/PauJ. weHwh' 'in' West Bend, for Mrs., Sphmslin, ---.-*, ^ " i - * W T** who Sl. Patrick's CELEBRATION Weclnes<fqy>iVlarch 17 ( following ' j, T, ^ , , regular meeting' ' ' Algona , ,. TOWNSEND CLUB . Public Invited—Fun For All. tert had just returned* oral weeks in California^ if. 'Luncheon Hostess- Ella Thompson ertterlrfifyed fit a dessert luncheon 'Monday -fOt, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Who ii IdSVlttf soon to tnko up an organ 'positjdrt at a Boone church. Guests w6fS members of a card club, of Which Mrs. Gunn '.has been a member and were Mesdames H. R. Cow"-' an, II. D. Huichins, -Helen 'PaXJ son, Maude Free, E. ' W, 'Lustay", and E. J. Murtagh. ' ' v Clfib Met— Mrs. Bert Baldwin the members of her sewing club Wednesday afternoon. T'his is 1 a newly organized club, the first meeting having been with Mri. Lewis Marshall the previotfs week. Other members are Me's^ dames John Aultman, Walter 1 ffil- bort, Paul Schneider, Herbert Bush, Dale Hasty, Arden Lloyd,' Raymond Hcllci, and Lester Schumacher. A Birthday Dinner— ' •Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Irelari entertained at a dinner at George's cafe Saturday evening in celebration of Mr. Irelan's birthday. Guests wore Mr. and Mrs, Roy Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fiul- ler, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed.J Following the dinner, the evening was spent informally at the. Irelans. ^ A Birthday Party— , Mr. and Mrs. Vo'-non Plathc, who recently moved to a farm south of!, LuVerne, entertained Thursday evening in observance of the latter's birthday, Divers- inn was cards,' followed by lunch. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum, all of Algona. Household Goods FOR SALE — KITCHEN CABi- net, sink, breakfast table and four chairs. Joseph M. Studer, Wesley. ulla* FOR SALE—SMALL RADIO;. 17 jewel wrist watch;:also 4-wheel trailer with 16 in. tires. Pnone 29-F2. alOul? Cards of Thanks "We wish in this way to express our appreciation • to all for flow- INHER1TED LAYING POWER! ••Mr, L.e,dy3r4 dS.«gh4er ; a: ^oiminn; "•— J ""?,'•-! fo?n^.f V ^fmftte Production t and--Meat Dualities, .Improved-by^Malessfoom Pedigree and R. Oi'P. Dams. • WHITE LEGHORNS • WHITE ROCKS/ • AUSTRA-WHITES from-Carefully.Selected, r ' Bloodtested Breeders. Bred for Hardiness, High- Livability, Fast Feathering,, Rapid Growth, Early Maturity, , BJG EGGS . 3 10 Vtr'tttietin All Bttttr Investigate ' TILMER. THOMPSON HATCHERY P'HONE 117 ELMORE, MINNESOTA if- •»•'«. v&t WEDNESDAY NIT§S i 2 Alleys Open— , • After 9:30 P. >M. All 6 Alleys-Open • THURSDAY'-NtTES *, All Alleys for Open Bowling After 9:30 P.M. FRIDAY-^ SATURDAY^ SONDAY " '' i All Alleys-for Open Bowling , 1 P.M-.to^lZ Midnight . Bowling lanes CORONADO KITCHEN EPARATOR; cards, fetters, and other expressions of kindness extended to us during the illness and deathlof our mpther, also t6 Doart W. S. C. S. and neighbors for the courte •Sics shown us on" Monday. The family of Mrs.- 'Emma Campbell. • ulla" 1 " I wish to thank all those who so kindly remembered me wlith prayers, gifts, flowers, cards, a*nd letters during my illness at Mercy hospital -at Mason City. Mrs. Chas. L. Froehlich. ulla* Miscellaneous 1 DO PAINTING AND 'WALL washing. 'Clayton Sorenson, Burl, phone 123. u ila" PAJNTING AND^DECORATiNG. Floyd Erickson,.- phone 9494W, Algona. iillaS EASEMENTS '* DUG, gravel, slrippings. fills, washed .sand and gravel hauled, Geo. Schumacher, Irvington, la. v a9-18u* For All Types Concrete Work READY-MIX CONCRETE Delivered to your job , Phone 166 . READY-MIX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO. ; Algona. • u4atf iSEE ME FOft REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans*; drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phi) J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, A.lgona. , ulatf COAL Complete stock >pn -hand. Be Safe' Call 234 Raesly Lbr. Co. Mel B. Griffiri.Mgr. ulatf INLAID 'LINOLEUM — LINO- wall lilo laid-'by experts. Custom «'ork. Cowan' ; BJdg. Supply Co.. Algona. ' ' ' ulatf •VLOOR SANDING AND REFlTN- ishing. Heavy commercial Portable tidWei plant. Cowan Bidg.« Supply Co* latf Algona,, phone 275. Hid GRANULATED ZONOklTE • IN- sulation, Rock VvOOi .iJatts-and granulated wool are available lor your home. You .too carl- in-i sulate-your own Home. See us! F. S. NORTON & SON phonfc 299 ^3utf SAVE UP TO 35% IN heat fiosta ' with rfonid ,-Guard -Insulation Weather Stripping asphalt shingles. Free estimates for youi home. Write or call Gamble 1 ' Store, Algona. Phone 28. < ulatf' « fibr: Com fort: ynd Lbn,g-Wear : .Leulhold-Williams Co. RUMMAGE arid EASTER GIFT SALE Saturday/ March 20 Starting at 9:00 A;M. In ihs ; Hall under White Front Tavern. Algona TOWNSEND CLUB is Happening of Know Next Week! We Think .We've Seen Everything! • wp fa Piftfy ba4 sbspe,^ if spy af 1 ' ;',:• "—"*••"•• i^iti ?f""i£^^uf' I £_45 in the Easier Parade The long flowing-coal with flare 'back available ,in- all sizes-v-irL, gabardine/ -covert, and suede .cloth—' black navy, skipper coco/ grey, acqua, red, coral. Coverts ahd Suedes $24.50 to $39.50 Gabardine—$39.50 to $55.00 The long and The Short of if Just one 'version of the papular short coat. There are several different lengths — and dozens, of dif- ferent'Styles. fh'eco'at for , fou'r b'illerina skfrisr— luc- cious colors— and" rnaler- iali-^all sizes-^as''low as ' $19.95 up to'J$49.50 ! ' ,; -,,' ^ w , ^ . ; " ! "' '^'tf* '^Hff^f^'^ ^•*it&w&$m**& | f^' ••} ->4fi.f^f M^v j» ,\ rf J J • , • • f and; frame^if J or • ribbo'ns-^e**,'first "to ' Wear - these ;' t ,','Miilinery - Hats" as IpwjatSlils' and .up to $9.9S. t ,*',, v s'V.i. j i A chambray < summe'r.siun- ner . . eye-worthy for its basket-tjraid ' Self-trim, and .beguiling pastel tones.* Sizes .9.15. • ,; •>'*:? ;>• ' . '• 14*4:95 V ,; . '3- f^V^fe-f^ L IM? n . rf a^jf' p «t ^i^rs—vT v w , '-:v?f»^^,t I ^

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