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file Algona Upper Pea Moines, AJgona, Iowa, 8ept. 8,1942 ALRnESFOR MRS. SONNENBERG HEDATTITONKA tltdnkai FUnMal service* Were held Wednesday at the home at me o'clock 'and at the. Ramsey Re- 'ormed church at 1:80 for Mrs, Settle Sonnertbefg who died Sun* day after being 111 for IB months 'and bedfast since July 1st. The CtteV. Calvin Schnucker of DubUque university Officiated and the Swan 'funeral home was in charge. Burial was made in the church cemetery. The deceased was bof n Feb., 2. 174, in Oestfrlesland. Germany, ana |lvas married to Henry Sormenberg "60 years ftgo ilfi Grundy county. £They came to KoSSuth county where |f>erg and daughter. Gertie moved f they had lived since. Mrs. Sonnen- ,kto Tltonka frond the farm north of Sfown six years ago following the f death of Mr. Sormenberg. |; (Mr. and Mrs. Sonnenberg were lie parents of five children, all of vhom survive. They are Mrs. L. 3. Smith, of Tltonka, Mrs. Warner f Beenken of Bancroft, Chris of Buf- ifalo Center and Gerble and Ed of ritonka. Also surviving are a sls- er, Mrs. Minnie Hulsman of Hampton and three 'brothers, George of "Vea City and Ed and Dick of Ingsted. There are nine grand- ijldren. Pallbearers for the fun U included Wm. Boyken, Kobus iden, Peter Ubben, Peter Been- n, Ben H. Meyer and G. D. Wel- ouaen. PAINFUULY INJURED BICYCLE ACCIDENT ' iDoyle Reaser, 11 years old, son pf Mrs. Florence Reaser, had a pe- gtillar accident Thursday evening. le was riding his bicycle OR the all diamond and -when he went per the pitcher's mound he tipped bver and hurt his hip-joint and is compelled to ,lay flat 6n hid back with a weight on Ma foot. He is suffering a lot of pain no bones being broken, however. <M>. and Mrs. John S. Rlppentfop left Thursday for a short trip to the Black Hills. iW. H, Beenkeh drove to fildora fhur^day to get Mrs. Beenken who has 'been a patient at the Eldora hospital for two weeks taking treatments; A nurse accompanied them home to take care of her. Sixteen members pf the class of 1840 enjoyed a picnic supper al the Burt woods honoring Mr. ahc Mrs. Charles Beed of Los Angeles Calif., who are visiting at the parental Harry Beed and Mrs. Bessie Tryon homes since Aug. 30. Mrs. Ray Miller and son, Lloyd their house guest, Lorraine Strong of Chicago who has been visiting with them since Wednesday morning, the demonstration team of the 4-H girls and Florence Reynolds all spent Saturday at the North Iowa Fair at Mason City. Llllle Tapper resigned her position at Wilson's safe 'as waitress where she has been employed the past two years. She will go home for a week's vacation and on Sept. 16 she will be telephone girl at the TltOnka switchboard. Mrs Herman Tapper Is. the rrew waitress at the cafe. Raymond Ricklefs accompanied Dale Anderson of Storm Lake to Lincoln; Neb. This <IS a special trip the Woodman Accident Insurance Co. Is giving the men with all expenses 'paid. They are staying at the Hotel Conrhusker while in Lincoln. Both men are salesmen for the company. Mrs. Wm. Boyken entertained the Thursday 'bridge club Thursday afternoon, guests being Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Mrs. Carl H. Callies, Mrs. Raymond Bartlett, Mrs. Ed Sathoff and Mrs. Eddie Boyken. Score honors were won by Mrs. Ed Sathoff, Mrs. -Roy Budlong and Mrs. A. M. Peterson. * Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge ROOF TRUTHS , Barrett does not attempt to make roofing to a price — experience hen taught Barrett that there are no short cuts to quality -roofing. Long life must be built in. So you can put your utmost faith in Barrett Roll Roofings. Made from the finest felt, thoroughly saturated with blended asphalt, Barrett Roll Roofings — both smooth and mineral- surfaced — have been the choice for generations of those who really know good roofings. All buildings need dependable loots. Make cure Uml youi buildiagM are protected, CORWITH K.Y.N. PLANS ACTIVITY FOR COMING YEAR Corwith: Members of the K. U. N. Study club Were entertained at the home of Mrs. George Glawe on Thursday afternoon, Sept 3. Twelve members answered to roll call by reading poemsj |No lesson was scheduled because of the making of the calendar for the year 1942-43, which consists of four all-day leg- sons and eight half-day meetings. The program for the coming year promises both educational and appropriate sessions for the members and consists of remodeling clothing; first aid lessons; selections of fabrics; planning meals on home produced food; reconditioning of the sewing machine; home nursing demonstration; defense prepared' ness; book reviews and new things in medicine. •Following the session, the hostess served' a lovely lunch to her club members and guests. Two guests were present, Mrs. August Studer and Margaret Masterson. Robert Welter left this week for Iowa City where he will attend the Iowa State University the coming year. William Erdman, V.ernon Studer, Clifford Meyer'and Erdck Erickson are fishing this week at Nester Falls, Ontario, Canada. •R. C. Welter was elected president of the Hancock county soldiers relief commission at a meeting held last week at the court house .in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Varnum and Mary Jane of Pontiac, Michigan, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Varnum's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins and other relatives. (Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson drove to • Rochester, Minn., Saturday to visit a brother-in-law, Richard DeBoest, a patient at the St. Mar/s hospital. Mrs. DeBoest is a sister of Mrs. Masterson and she and husband live at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Chambers and two sons of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Chamber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and other relatives. Mr. Chambers is an instructor In, the University city schools, (Miss Vivian Corlew, who has been employed at the Corwith bank for the past year, went to Des Moines Monday, where she will be employed by the Central National Bank and Trust company. Her sister, Marilyn, will take her place at the local -bank. The Martha circle of the W. S. C. S. met .Wednesday afternoon at :he Home of Mrs. Dave Johnson with Mrs. Garfield Gouge assisting. The Friendship circle met with Mrs. Ed Williams and Mrs. Warren Mc- ntyre; Esther circle with Mrs. H. O. Mullins, Mrs. James Adams, assisting; the Willing Workers circle with Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. Harvey Enfield assisting. Barbara Lenttdi, 20, Bancroft, Died in Iowa City Tuesday Bancroft .1 Barbara Lentsch, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ambrose Lentsch, died Tuesday afternoon at the Unvierslty hospital at Iowa City. Funerat" services were held from St. John's Catholic church on Friday with Rev. J. H. Schultes reading the requiem high mass. Burial was made in St. John's cemetery. (Barbara was born in 1923 near Seneca. She attended the Seneca consolidated school, graduating in 1940. She was taken to Iowa City about a month ago where she was to receive treatment. She Is survived 'by her parents and two sia- ters, Mrs. Homer Wolfe of Bancroft and Frances, at home. Bancroft Teacher 21 Years'Buried Monday . Bancroft: Sistlr M. Priscllla, St. Johrt's 'primary teacher for the past 21 years, died last Friday In the Sacred Heart hospital at LeMars. The Rev. J. H. Schultes read a Requiem High Mass in the Sacred Heart chapel at LeMars Saturday. On Monday funeral services were held at Mt. St. 'Francis convent chapel in Dubuque and burial was made in Mount Calvary cemetery there. FINAL RITES FOR WARREN COLLINS LIVERMORESUNDAY TITONKANEWS •Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children visited at the O. J. Peterson home near Crystal Lake Friday evening. Roger Larson left Thursday for the Great Lakes naval training station. Roger Larson enlisted some time ago. (Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Friest and sons took a truck .load to Minneapolis Friday. They expected to return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eady of Indianola arrived Friday night at the Ed Sathoff home where they will visit until Labor Day. Harold Miller left Tuesday evening with a truck load of brood sows for Joseph Skow of Wesley. Mr. Skow accompanied him to Norfolk, Va., where the hogs were sold. lEHen Coslow of Webster City, s visiting .with Ola Mae Millor from Wednesday until Friday evening. Miss Coslow has joined the W. A. A. C. and is waiting her call. John Wilson and his mother, Mrs. S. D. Wilson of Algona motored to Rochester to see Mr. Wilson, who underwent an operation several weeks ago. He is getting along nicely. (Marshall Friest accompanied his father, A. M. Friest, of Thompson, ;o Lake Superior, Wis., and nor- ;hern (Minnesota where they did some fishing. They returned home Wednesday evening. FJnft) aflfrvilces for Warren Collins were held at one o'clock Sunday at the Skaugstad Funeral home. Rev. Rankin gave a prayer. At two o'clock the Masonic ritual was given at the cemetery. Mr. St. John of Algona was In charge. Rev. Mitchell of Minnesota a brother-in-law gave, a prayer at the cemetery. Mr. Collins came to Livermore with his parents when a small child and lived In a house where the Catholic parsonage now stands. His parents purchased the farm that Mr. Collins owned and moved onto it. He is survived by four sisters, all except Mrs. Horack of Iowa City, live in California, and there is one brother in California. Out of town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Horck of Iowa City, Mrs. Fred Collins and son of near Iowa City and Rev. Mitchell of Minnesota. Clifford Larson left Saturday evening for Milwaukee where he will attend Concordla college. Keith Lague and Alfred Smith left Tuesday for Dubuque where they will attend .college. Ray Phillips underwent an operation for appendicitis at a hospital in Fort Dodge last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter, Carol and Mrs. George Lenertz spent last Saturday and Sunday at the Gus Bosalis home in Cherokee. ' (Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney motored to Chambers, S. D., Wednesday to visit with Mr. Olson's sister, who is In ill health. Lilian Larson, a registered nurse who has been visiting with her parents for the past month left this week for Iowa City, where she is employed in a hospital. Mrs. Cecil Smith returned Friday from Denver, Colo., where she visited wih her daughter, Mrs. Robert Jodes. Robert, Darrell and Lequita Jones returned home with her. The Presbyterian ladies met at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. After their business meeting the afternoon was spent making pneumonia jackets for the missionaries. Rev. Rankin, pastor of the Livermore and LuVerne Presbyterian church, will retire on January 1. He has -been pastor here for the past three years. He plans to make his home in Wisconsin after retire* ment, Mrs, Alice Houston entertained the-Bridgateer club at her home last Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent In playing bridge 1 . Refreshments were served at trie close of the afternoon. Mrs. Frair- cls Millet was a guest. The Jolly Eight club met at the home of Mrs. Leith Opheim last Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Prizes were won by Mrs. Mike Reding, Mrs. Mathilda Pooch and Mrs. Anna Welter. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed. Corwith Girl Marries Soldier in South Corwith: Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Wailey have announced the marriage of their daughter, Virginia Jean, to P. F. C. Adrian S. Frazier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frazier of Worcester, Mass. The marriage was performed August 9, 1942 at Conway, South Carolina. After her graduation fr6m the Corwith high school in 1941, Virginia attended the Minnesota Business College at Minneapolis. She is now eirtploy- ed by the service Section office Jf Chief Clerk, Olvilian (Personnel Branch of the army in Washington, D. C. P. F. C. iFraaler Is now with the U. S. Marines stationed at New River, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnston and children of Montezuma visited several days the past week at the home of Mrs. Johnston's parents, Mr. and (Mrs. Chas. Johnson-. The Johnsons' son, Kerinit, who has received an honorable discharge from the army, Is again able to be about and able to walk without the use of a cane. Kermlt was injured several years ago when an enraged bull attacked him and was In the army at Fort Leavenworth where he received another back Injury which disabled him for army duty. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies spent Wednesday evening with the Martin Bleichs at Miller. SWEA CITY SCHOOLS ADD AERONAUTICS TO CURRICULUM; FACULTY COMPLETE Botsfortl Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Swea City? School here opene Monday with one new subject intr duced, It being aeronautics and an elective for the llth and 12t grade pupils. Other electives ar typing, 10 and 11; commercial law 11 and 12; biology, 11 and 12; gee metry, 11 and 12; advanced sho IQ and 11; advanced algebra, and 12. . / Required' subjects are: General Science, English, home economic or shop, freshman; English an general history, sophomore; Englis and U. S. history, junior; English and government, senior. fThe teaching staff is as folow? Agnes Olson, Bancroft, principal English and mathematics; Shirle Sampson, Gray, music and' com mercial; Thelma Butler, Indianol home economics and science; El zabeth Pye of Monroe, history an English; Lyle Patterson, Buffal Center, mathematics; Gerald Nie meyer, Armstrong, instrumenta music. ) Grade teachers—1st, Mary Groene wold, of George; 2nd, Viola Grel Ventura; 3rd, Violet Knutson, Brlce lyn, Minn.; 4th, Adelaide Erdahl > Rake; 5th, Adelaide Haugen, Lak Mills; 6th, Mrs. Harry Montgom ery; 7th, Kathleen Becker, Scot land, S, D., and 8th, Hilda Christian sen, Thompson. Mrs, A. G. Eggers visited relatives at South Dakota last week. Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Llnde visited their son, Elvln at Great Lake Naval station last week, (Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson took In the Minnesota State Fair at Minneapolis last week, Miss Virginia Dltsworth has started operating a beauty shop at Lakota which she purchased recently. A ten-pound son was born Aug 31 to Mr, and Mrs. Everett Kelly The Kellys have three other children, all boys, Mr. and Mrs. Kepi Blair of Des Moines visited relatives here last week end, Mrs. Blair was former Iy Helen Poole of this city. •Or, Q. J, Johnson, former president of Gustavus Adolphus college, St, Peter, Minn., conducted services at ImmanueJ Lutheran church last Sunday morning? Mrs, Martha 'Knutson returned Mpnday from Buffalo Center where she had been hejpteg, care for jjer daughter, M>8, Jerome Johnson, who has been/ seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. parry Montgomery •-"- J - 1 Hw home «f Mr. and Mys. ps. Witt* was formerly j Ti' * ¥ *f*"* !l *K5! vi»M» every apMiu and M?4, R. S. fiorg »a fhiM in limn ***"« •i*w^*|H_ wy ST^WW^ST ?SS!BW* tura and Walter Is an instructor in the Grinnell high school. Mrs. James Dtolan entertained Tuesday at a shower honoring Kathryn' Frye, now Mrs. Lloyd Kellar. Guests v were Mrs. O. L.. Thoreson, Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Marieta Thorson, Mrs. Joe Hyler, Beryl Hyler, Mis. Philip Holcomb, Mrs. Harvey Larson, Mrs. G. O. Anderson, Naomi Hewett, Mrs. Dale Reed, Mrs. John Carlson and children and Mrs. V. E. Hohn. you CAN BORROW $50-5100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service .'. . Easy Monthly Payments ~ 7 . • • • SPECIAL. PLAN FOR FARMERS L. S. BOHANNON Algona, la. Phone 103 l\ ^ While you are busy with your war time activities, you'll enjoy the extra walking you'll be doing ... VICTORIA CROSS Shoes are your dc- fense against FOOT- FATIGUE. Sec them today, Christen son Shoe Dept. Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS AT HARRINGTON * 1X>WE " R. J. Harrington; J. C. Low* Rooms 212-14 First Nat 1 ]' Bk. Bid*. ALGON1A, IOWA W.B.QUARTON H. W. MJLLFIB ATTORNOHnfS.AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 AfLGONA, IOWA HIMJDHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 351 Algona, Iowa E. J. Van Ntess Allen: A. Brunsoft VAN NESS & BBUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, lowtt Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly 6HUMWAY & KEULY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg., Phone 58 ALGONA, IOWA IJNNAN & ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Offire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA MRS. G. MILLER, BANCROFT, DIED IN ALGONA FRIDAY •Bancroft: Mrs. George Miller, 59 years old, died suddenly at an Algona hospital Friday morning. She was token to the < hospital late Thursdy night. Funeral services were held from St. John's Catholic church Monday morning with 3 solemn High Mass. Rev. J. H. Schultes was the celebrant, Rev. S. A. Grady, deacon and Rev. N. J. Becker 1 , sub-deacon. ; Burial was made in St.'Johns cemetery. Mrs. Miller is survived by her husband, George Miller, her father, Mathew Wilhelmi of Joliet, 111., four sons, Cyril and Joseph of Bancroft, Maurice with the U. S. army in Hawaii and William at home; four daughters, Sister Angela Maria of 3rlar Cliff college, in Sioux City; Sister Claire of Assissi of Sacred Heart School in Pocahontas, irma n St. Joseph's hospital at Cresco, and Clare at home. One son and one daughter preceded her in death. Corwith Foley Twin* Home from Hospital Corwith: The twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foley were brought tome last Saturday from the Mercy jospital at Fort Dodge where they lad been since their birth two months ago, Mrs. Foley has been iome for some time, but has been confined to her bed because of. a heart ailment, She is able to be up now moat of the time and Vera Celt is employed at the Foley home ir<3 Mrs. S. J. Packard will assist i the care of the babies, Tuesday afternoon about 80 women met at the Legion hall and gave a shower for the twins. Most if the women were members of the nursing classes hel,4 last and cgacbeg by Mrs. Foley, ' by Mrs.; " I* A. WXNKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office In Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEF1CK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 320 C. H. CRE7TZMEYER, AL D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MJEL.VIN O, BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to iron-surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture DR. HAROLD METER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' General Practice Special attention give to diseases of heart and chest. Sawyer Bldg., 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 AiLGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 . .Algona, Iowa A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over, James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 R es . Phone 116 Typewriter Paper 50ft ahe«t* 59c This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. Tte Algona Upper Des Moines a*} B$r»»4Js«, MetUte, Mrs. <*ri»_ «!«»•*".** PJ* **<*»«« BUen and. The Juicy Bit That Grandma Hears May Kill AMERICAN BOYS Watch your step on the telephone, especially if you have a party line, There may hr no one listening ex* cept Gran&na Byown down in the next block, but the choice bit of news she iofcjocentJy repeats jnay be just Ibe thing some eseiny saboteur needs to oowpleite his pHansf Pon% YOT7 be the cause of lost ships an4 Jives f H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. 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