The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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*"•••—•*-•* TI THIRD SECTION Last Riles For John S. Cullen * At Whilfemore Whilternore—Funeral services lot* John S, Cullen,-' ?6, retired business man were held Saturday < f , moaning, March 20, in St. Mi• VcMel's Catholic.'-church at 10 /'{mock. The Rev. Father John CullCh, Father Hyland and Father p Brien were in charge of ser- 1% vices. John Culleri parsed away at his no.-ne last Wednesday noon. He had not becri in the bcst<of health the past two years. L He was the son of Mr, and Mrs. •Terevee Cullen, born in Emmets^ burg, Nov. 21, 1872, He was united, in marriage to Bridget Mulroney in Whittemore', Oct. 13, 1898. . '"> Mr. and . Mrs.'.' Cullen were* blessed with twelve children. One' daughter, died in infancy. Surviving are his loving wife, and six'spns and five daughters, Mrs. Joseph- McTigue, Emmetsburg; Cle,tUs Cullen, Jacksonville, Fla.; Maurice Cullen, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Steve Cole, Cedar Falls; Joseph J. Cullen, Flanagan, 111.; Blanid Cullen, Palo Alto, Cal.; Mrs. Joseph. Renier, Detroit, Mich.; Father. John Cullen,., Sutherland; 'Edward R. Cullen, Beaver Dam,; G. P. Cullen, Algona; and Ml-s.vPaul Urich, Whittemore. Immediately after his marriage MrV/Cullen entered into partnership with his . brother, Phillip Cullen, in the furniture business, disposing of his interest of the business in'1905, when he became cashiei. of the German American bank, now the Farmers State bank, which position he held until 1933, when he became post- master of Whittemore. He retired in 1945, and devoted his time at , his home. He also was the democratic committeman for over 40 years and' held many other offices both here and in the county. Two brothers and one sister also survive, J,. W. Cullen, Emmetsburg, and Alex Cullen, Pon^ tiac, Mich., and Mrs. Anna Mulroney, Emmetsburg.' Burial was in the Catholic cemetery northwest of Whittemore. Igona MARCH 23, 1948 Vocalists Please At School Concert The high school vocal, concert third in the winter series, gave a postponed program Friday evening in the auditorium. There was a large and interested audience which was generous in applause for the well given program. Best in audience appeal was the final number, Dry Bones. For that number Claudia Pollard had the string bass, and sound effects were by Ray ^'.Jsborough and Louise Sorensen. Concert accompanists were Jacqueline Brown, Marilyn Tuttle and Jack Allen. Marvin Anderson, high school vocal instructor, directed. • The chorus and glee clubs made an attractive appearance., Instead of the usual choir robes) the girls wore formals. I Couple At Whittemore Wed Thirty-five Years NeW Members On Ottosen Board Oliosen—A close school elec- ti6n was held h-are Tuesday of last week, with the following'results: Oliver Christiansen received 49 votes, Ted Slruthers had 43, and Joe Anliker, 41. The two lop men will replace Peter Holt, deceased, and Donald Usher whose term expired and was nut a candidate for, reelection. Merle Holt was reelected as treasurer. He also received 50 votes, while Ernest Bcrge of Bode received 17, for the county board of education Humboldl" county). Don'l locale house close to side lot lines or far back~from street when the rear of the. lot can be attractively developed for gardening. "V/hitlemore: Mr'. 1 " and Mrs. Herman Voigt were greatly surprised when a group of close relatives and friends arrived at. their home Saturday evening to observe the couple's 35th wedding anniversary. The guests included the Herman Meyers, the George Meyers, the Henry Schullzes, the Archie Voigts, the Arch Mathers, the Robert H. Ostwalds,"thc Rev. and Mrs. Paul Weinhold, the Simon Webers, the Edward Hansens and Rosella Voigt, Algona; the Gerald Ollorns, Burt; the Milton Espes, the Lawrence Hansons, Jeanne and David Weinhold, Harold Voigt, Algona; Mrs. Ida Kuecker, Letts Creek (bridesmaid at the wedding 35 year.-; ago); and Mr. and Arthur Hcidenwith. Mrs. LuVerne, Sherman Township Farmers Enjoyed Meeting Members Welcome V/F. W. STAG Wednesday Evening March 24, 1948* Veterans W ".Foreign-- Wars-, (Jin I) room v, *| IP YOU HAVB'NT VISITED AUK & KY'1 CHAMPLIN I SERVICE* PAID A CENT FOR REBAIRS ON THIS SO..YOUR OARAGE MAM TOUO ME WHEN HE SHOWED ME ALU^OUR OVERDUE BILLS. VOLI AOE LOMO OVERDUE THE SATISFACTION 01- THEIR FRIENDLY COURT-. AND RELIABLE SERVICE. (H AMP LIN SERVICE PHONE 1086 . 302 ESTATE . LuVerne — A very good at tendance was reported at the Farm Bureau meeting of Lu- Verne 'and Sherman townships held at the town hall in Lu- Vcrne, Thursday evertnig, March 18. • The program was in charge of Alvin Cline of Sherman township as chairman. Community singing was. enjoyed with the Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor of the Methodist church, leading the singing. John Voss Jr. gave a detailed report of a County Farm^Bureau board at a meeting held in BUi% Monday, March 1. Throe guest speakers appeared on the program. C. R. Schoby of Sherman township gave a very interesting discussion on dairying. Many features were brought to the attention of the listeners. Alma Schultz, Kossuth county Home Economist, spoke freely on the 4-H clubs and their activities. She &lsp spoke on the subject of woman's rights. That subject dealt with aid to .women when called upon to carry on pi ejects' and;,, business"-.-.when 'deprived of tfio'ir husbands, . as/Fin death. The discussion gave the women a;better insight into all business dealings: Andrew Crawford of Algona lastly presented benefits of insurance of Farm Bureau members. He represents Kossuth county in this insurance. The lunch was served by the Farm Bureau members of' Lu- Verne township. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr. were chairmen, assisted bv the Messrs, and Mesdames Raymond Legler, Henry Jlarkcn, Gerald Brace, Ralph Black, James Tindall, Robert Miller, Lawrence Miller, Edward Hof, and C. O. McCldlan." The next meeting will be Thursday evening, May 20, al the town hall in LuVerne. The LuVerne township members will arrange for the program and the Sherman township members will be the hostesses. Gets A Checkup Ida Peterson was taken to Iowa Cily Wednesday for another fractured hip bone check-up. The 'U' surgeons have been much interested in her case, which involved .special procedure. She is now able to walk without a limp, aided by a cane. Sister of Wesley Woman Chosen For Europe Trip Wesley, Mnr.~f5=-Mrs. M. Benton of Wesley has received word this w(!(.-k from her sister Doryee now of Washington, D. C., that she is one of four secretaries chosen to accompany a body of 30 officials of the slate depart- •nt headed by General Cutler, on a survoy mission to the occu- fl 'l aroas of Europe. This mission will take the t'roup through England, France, Ooimany, Belgium, Austin, the 'iherlands, Switzerland, Den- nai-k. Italy and Bavaria. Miss Dwyor and the rest of the wrty sailed from New York har- .)'-:• March 3 aboard the luxury in<T U. S. S. America, and doek- -'I al CiVrbourg. France March Headquarters at Berlin Headquarters is the Berlin Em•)•"-•-.'.•. but considerable time will be spent in each country. Most ol Hir. travel will be by land, but b. '-nise of censorship. red tape. and other difficulties that must be eiicounlererl to j^ivc adrnit- t;.i;"" to Russia, the party will en» thai /one by air. 'Jin-: highly diplomatic mission, llv first of its kind, is covering tli occupied areas of Europe to ex.-.'inine .ind make recommendation-.- to our state department for H.-i "vonlii-il "take over." as it is to.v-d, from the army of occu- •pii -1 areas. bo.-ii vov, able be a i do, of.. si,-,: Don't place your homo high out of the ground for the sake of natural light for your basement or the possible savings in the cost of excavation. rcec'tit word from Miss • ". written and mailed on •'I ship, said that, thus far the ''-<' had been a most enjoy- expenonee. The liner' "is I'li'iil throughout. Ship in Slorm ''' >hip puss-ed through a " are.i on (he third day out lor two days the vessel '•'I ba.-k ,-ind forth, slamming - end sending ;:nitcase.s and :' arlicles sliding all over - ooms. Hopes were suspend- i-'ini eeilin«s to grasp, as it impossible to walk alone. " .-llijj's doctor was very - several ;,eeid"nts OCCLII'- A s'cu\ird(.'ss wen! eiash- ini; ilu-.'/n a stairu-ay witli a tray I' i'"«i. and was knoeked uncon- «-•';".-•- A f l,,oi- slam,,,(. c | on a flu In - I!]II;«T. severing it almost completely. ''"'' re Wi re man;, narrow es- pi-.'. Chairs and tal.ile-, weri- tied to^.-tlicr thniiighout th.- shii, —aii'l the passenger.; \..eri to the tables! Escaped Seasickness Miss Dwyer wa-. c.iii- ,,f I'd: lunate few who eseypef sickness. She e\pi-i.-t. {,, M ni.ssion completed ami | )( . abl return to the Stales in about tv/o months, Doryee added that she expect* cd to view the Vatican at Rome, as well as the living saint, Teresa Neuman, stigmatic, at Kon- nersrcuth, Bavaria. She is, however, anticipating some very unpleasant sights amid the poverty-stricken people of the war-torn countries, Eugene Murtagh To Lead Drive Announcement of thq appointment of 99 chairmen in the 99 counties of Iowa to direct the April 1948 fund raising campaign for the American Cancer Society was made today by H. B. Hook of Mason City, state campaign chairman. Eugene Murlagh of Algona was named chairman for Kossuth county. "This year the American Can- cer Society is undertaking the greatest cancer control program ever attempted by anybody or any organization in this country," Mr. Murtagh said. "We nope to save thousands of lives by an intensive national, state and county program of education and service because from one-Uuru to one- half the present deaths from cancer can be avoided if only we can educate our people to see their doctors before it is too late. Also we hope ultimately to find the cause and possibly new cures of cancer through a greatly expanded research program that now utilises the- services of 165 scien* tists in more than 70 universities and research centers iii -24' states, the District of Colufaftia, Ungfahd and Sweden." Trapped In Bog Ten year old Bernard Robinson of Storm Lake, tried to cross art open field as he delivered his paper route recently. It was thawing and he bogged down in the mud and stuck fast. After he had been trapped nearly an hour, his cries penetrated the Olc Oleson residence nearby and Mr. Oleson came out and found the lad up to his knees in the doze. tied the e t DON'T WORRY, BUDDY, JUST GIVE HER, A &' GIFT ^ W FROM ^ LUSBY & GIOS Kitchen Cabinets Made to Order TO FIT YOUR KITCHEN Ask Us For Free Plans and Estimates Cabinet Making Shops No. .Uintry Street Phone 166 The Hal ion's Top Bloodlines at Your Doorsfcp HARD WATER HERE HARD ON BUDGETS WO-220 fggj per Hen v/itli Good Care, Good Feed Based on Outstanding f'edigree and R.O. P. Strains Selected for Vitaiily, Proc|ycJion, and Good Size Adapted to Local Ciimeiic Conditions Bloodtesfed to Assure Ciiick Livabiliiy Ch:-<:k Priest '' U ' j ,* I * SJ^ ^ {' ! "^ . ' \ , -^3,' KB t« '} t I |^.i T B , fo- -, New in'design snd appeal but eld In reputation/' You simply can't beat genuine Orange Blossom : rings for assured qualify, beauty and fine craft?* JiWILRY It C:sts tha Family SI 00 a Year Your luinJ-e.'arnc.'il clolhirs fj () gurKlini; down the tlruin ov- ory month. At-tording to rue- ogni/.('cl authorities, hard water actually costs the average family over i-ilQO a year. Figure it out. I'or j^jursc-lf. Hard water for dishes, hum- dry and bath uses 2 to 3 times as much soap and produces skimpy suds. Hot hard water heating bills arc up to 31'; higher. Clothes laundered in hard water wc^r out up to 33% faster because hard wat- xjr curd" weakens delicate fibers. And it can take up to 50% more grounds to make coffee and tea. Hard Water Eliminated Here! Hundreds , of Algona families have discovered there's an easy way to get rid of hard water headaches once and for all. Simply 'install* Culligan Soft Water Serviqe, you can have-all the filtered soft water. you need at a iuvn p/ your faucet. Thtek, billowy suds for dishes, laundry ana b»th are yours to enjoy at a service feo that is, amazingly low. How Service Plan Works ,Here in AlgQna. ypur Culligan Soft Water- deajei,' js located at §07 N.' Mow}, JJo owns the,, gofterier-^m} }, e takes complete care pf j{, y 0 w buy no equipment, you do no maintenance WftpJ? whatsoeyt er. Service, rates opst the average family* in this commurj- Jty a$ little as $§,§0 per month." Phone 79W today for pomplete ' details, They'll be |k d t« tell ym HQW ^uljjvan So|t Water Sevvjcg -can, save ypu tjme, effort ^n^ mpney countless ways. PQ it now pall poft W|tef ' ONE COAT COVERS WALLS LIKE MAGIC — DRIES THE SAME DAY AND IT'S REALLY WASHABLE! From before the turn of this century, we have witnessed the growth of Algona, and the steady development of the fine surrounding farm community. We have been proud to be a part of this building and growth-nnd with the help of our customers, have seen Norton building materials go into many hundreds of structures and homes. This is a good town and a good community. It will continue to grow and develop. Our plans are laid to aid in that growth-and in the much needed building now at hand. Consult with us on any type of building problem. Our yards are well stocked at preesnt. We are here to serve you now, just as we have in the past 54 years. $3.25 Gallon NORTH CENTRAL IOWA PAINT & FEED CO. PHQNi All Types Home-Building Materials SEE US OR CALL US \ F.S. NORTON &i FUEL , . . . . BUILDING MATERIALS.,

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