The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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ira Mueller . Funeral set-Vices fof Clata Mueller were held Sat- uraay morning at 9 a, m, in. St. Michael's Catholic church March 2V? 'The Rev. William Veit gave th6 funeral mass. 4 Mrs.» Clara Mueller passed away at 'her home Thursday evening at 6 o'clock, after being ill for- eight months. She had been cared for by her daughter, Mrs. Earl'Schmitt and-son Eugene. .Her age was 65 years and five 'months at x the lime of her death. Clara Elbert was born October I?;- 1893, at Flannigan, 111. Her parents were Mr. and »Mrs. William C. Elbert. In 1895 she came here to this community, settling Ori a farm west of W'hittemofe, where'her parents still reside. She attended the Catholic parochial school and on November 27, 1918, she united 'in holy wedlock. with* .folm Mueller, "they we're parents of two- children, Mary, Mrs, Earl Schmitt, and Eugene Mueller, Whittomore. ThcS fanr- "ily resided for several years 6ri thei Edward Bilrge farm, ahd de- spite'' the death of Mr. Mueller in 1030, Mrs. Mueller remairlbd ! on the farm with'her family for 12 vears, as in 1D42 Eugene'entered the .military service, and retiring: from the farm she rtioWd" to the homo of her parents until 1946, when Eugene -returned from the jrmy: Mrs. Mueller bought her home here,.' whorfe she passed away Thursday. She is survived by her two children and parents, Mr. and Mrs,-William C. Elbert, and five brothers, Leo, Martin, William, Harold, and Clarence. One broth-' er, Lawrence, preceded her in death in 1D45. Burial was in Ihq. Catholic cemcterv northwest; of Whiftemnre. Pallbearers,her six ming George J. Elbert. Geoi-^e Elb^-t Roger Elbert, Earl El^ bert, Whillomoro, Walter Elbert •jncl Ralph Elberl, Algona, Don't buy a lot which is hoi protected by suitable recorded restrictions and which is'not reasonably close to" transportation lines; schools, churches,'' streets, etc. Grunt 4*H Has March 13 At Hutchisons Swoa & Eagle— The Grant 4H Go-Gottors club met S.alutday afternoon, March 13, at home ok Vernon Hutchison's, . The study \yas on nutrition, Wilma Lien gave a nutrition and calcium talk. Mrs. Maurice Drew and Mrs. Irvin: Huskamp demonstrated meats and showed how to 'roast pork,: and fry steaks, and what to buy in meat. The club plans to contact some 4-H overseas club and send, clothing and food'. Fourteen members were present. Born Ai Fairmont Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Craig are parents of a girl born Friday, March 12 at'. Fairmont hospital. The Craigs \ver£ employed the past year on Cummons & Johnson turkey ranch here, moving to Fairmont a short time ago. Moving.- To Missouri / Harold Hanson's farm sale Friday, March 12, was well attended. He sold' much stock and farm machinery, 'The Hanson family will Qur Lawer Overhead Mean& a Saving to You m 'Best for Wear and Weather' sfea'r ) S C U F-P 'ROOF Lfloor enamel..,: : Beautifies «nd gives laiting protection to' any floorsurface. 1 Driei "scuff • proof", night'. •^'f' : .lV:-''-: '•:'".•: - '.•••• •'. '. •'••' J_- . Quart* 59 t Available in NEW Color IVELVAY NEW COLORS The perfect finish for walls, woodwork, i and furnit<iff.3drie<i I • r i iy - 'i** * * ' quickly, brushes easily. Quart It—Only ' 11 Seml-Gloii and Lew Lustr» '2 Beautiful Sheent A high quality finish of remark, able durability. Low Lustre is ideal for walls; Semi-Gloss for walls and; woodwork, too. Semi-$1 36 Low $113 Gloss J,n,. Lustre, Xot CLEANINC5-PAINTING - Cook's GLASS CLEANER 'with Sprayer .'.'^ Maket glass 'spar" Ide. • Sprayer !m'' : eluded. 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GLASS DISH Of* yojjf fise ?9 ^Movelyglass dish (pr serving c?ncjie», nuts of jalllef,. m mm ipii .ft, *.'.\ move to Missouri, John ft -%R^ ,sott purchased the farm v&tta"" •by Hansons. The Peterson'^ son- in-law and his wife, Everett Johnsons will move onto thS farm. Has. Appendectomy ' Francis Torino received word Wednesday that his gistei* tttlih Torino had undergone an appeh- clix operation at Methodist' hospital, DCS Moines, and is recovering satisfactorily, Miss Torine is a student at Simpson college, 1ft- dianola. Evelyn#Burgeson Wirts Swea .township rural schools districts 2, 4: and 5, held a spelling bee at district No. 5 where-; Mr-s. Manford Peterson teaches. Teachers of 2 and 4 arc Mrs. .Nellie Ah- derson and Margold Kaine. .Fourteen pupils ranging from fifth to eighth grade participated. Evelyn Burgesotv.of district 4 won first, place and Merlyn Anderson of: district 5 won second, both winners are eighth grade pupils. Kenneth Kolasch family moved from the O. A. Jenson farm h.ouse to town into the Albor.t Brandt house. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg; Were Friday evening guests at. the home of their son and his wife, Earl Berg, who were having- a party for their son Larry who had reached his first birthday. Tell Methods Of Controlling Pests Flies, grubs, ticks and other livestock posts can be controlled by new chumical methods and a ; recent pamphlet. issued by. Iowa. State college tells how it can be done. ' '':.'' County Extension Director A. L. Brown said this week that he had just received a number; of; copies of this pamphlet, entitled "Controlling' Livestock Pests." A. copv is available free of charge' at' the county extension office in Algona or can be obtained by writing directly to the Agricultural Extension. Service, Iowa, State college, Ames, Iowa. The new pamphlet has a "pest control timetable" which is printed in large type on. heavy paper, so 'J-at it can be tacked 'on a bant wall or other convenient spot for ready reference. The timetable tells which anim.als are attacked by each of the common livestock pests in Iowa and' it gives-advice on .what to use in treating livestock, and. when .to apply the treatment. /Types of chemicals recommended; by the college and kinds o£: equipment are also listed. 'The pamphlet .was written by Harold- Gunderson, 'extension .entomologist at the college. Don't buy a lot without obtaining' a clear title and a written guarantee- from seller that you will not be burdened with future assessments foii-. paving of roadsi sewer'-kistallaHonst-w other land. impr,ovementsi <• forSpring! Sw£ • "VJ {9 Jite Elite Shop Tuesday, Mtirth 23, 1948 ' Make TIER We have in transit a new Scripps-Pearson Hydraulic building block machine. This is a high production machine making three 8x8x16 block per cycle, 3500 per day. This machine, custom built, is now in transit from Edmonds, Washington, and is the first one to be shipped east of the' Rocky Mountains. THIS IS THE MOST MODERN MACHINE OF ITS TYPE TO EVER BE BUILT. Concrete Blocks are Superior Bec&yses INSULATION—High in thermal insulating properties because of its cellular composition. ACOUSTICAL—High in sound absorption because of its cellular composition, therefore ideal for waljs, partitions, and floors. NAIL'AjBILITY—Wood trim is nailed directly to Hqydite concrete building blocks^saving the labor of installing wood plugs and strips. to EXCAVATE or Tor .any need construction job. Pictured at , the right is this machine in action, placing roof trusses at the new Pioneer Hi-Bred Plant addition last fall. ALSO AVAILABLE! FOR BRIDGE WORK, DITCHES, AND SIMILAR JOBS. , * TRUCK-MOUNTED FOR PORTABILITY AND CLOSE QUARTERS GOOD * We have just installed a ZEIDLER CONCRETE DRAIN Tile Machine! * This machine, pictured at the left, has a capacity of producing 4,800 feet of file per day. * First order, first served. Quick service. Four inch to ten inch tile. Come and see the machine in action! —OTHER ITEMS IN STOCK— Concrete Waterproofing Colorcrete Spray Paint Paint for Block • i PERMASTONE EXTERIOR FINISH For Beauty, Fireproof ing, Insulation and Economy ^^^^^ ( -,jr;j^ V^SS%'^> » IQWA . , af/if »'\ v -f,'. ' j'ffA- J 'f;'S'- 1 *,!r,'Vv^k4 •'.v^' i ,-' 4-fV*:." :? >;%lfijr4i

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