The AlgoM tlpp«r Des Moines, Algona, Iowa ? Oct. 13,1942 MRS. FR1MML, 86, DIED ON WESLEY FARM THURSDAY Wesley, Mrs. Joseph 'sVlmrtil, 86, died on Thursday night *t her farm home north of Wesley. She was born November 5th, 1868; alt Oooksvttlle, -Ojhjlo', where she lived untM 21 yea'rfl of age. She moved with her family to Marengo, Iowa. In 1878 she was married to Joseph Frlmml and lived near Marengo till 1820 when they moved to Wesley on the farm four ntiles northwest <Sf town where they have since lived. MA Frlmml died in October, 1938. 81* children survive the!* mother: Frank, Minnie, Nellie and William of Wesley. Mrs. Caroline Ryan of Marengo, Mrs: Lucy Brabec of Fort Dodge; six grandchildren, brie brother, Chas. Gassman of Plathe Confer, Nebf.; arid two sisters, Mrs. . da Naag of Watkins, Iowa, aird Rachael Rambo of Crooksvllle, O. (Funeral services were held on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in St Josephs Catholic church, requiem high mass being sung by Rev. L. N. tCleln. Pallbearers were Barnard Sehrauth, M. P. Ooetz, L. F. Wingert, John Rlchter, Chas. Froelldh and W. S. Cosgrove. Burial was In St. Joseph's cemetery with Tom McMahon In charge. Mrs. Hazel Jenka has returned to •her home at Fort Dodge after spending two weeks at the home of her father, Oliver Marquis, here. Car Owners •Take Care of Your Car! Now Is the time to 4iave your «ar" checked for repairs while parts are available. Winterize Your Car Now We Have Winter Oils and Grease Zerex and Zerone Anti-Freeze Hoenk Motor Service West of Courthouse Algona, Iowa LOCAL-NOTES How to Make the Most of Your PRECIOUS GAS! 1. Keep your car in tip-top mechanical condition; well lubricated, carburetor and timer carefully adjusted, wheels aligned'. 2. Drive your car slowly; take it easy on get aways, don't race engine or leave it idling. By driving 35, you get 25% more mileage than you dt> by driving 60. Friendly and Courteous Service Johnson's D-X Service Sweaters— and Skirts We have a beautiful assortment of new wool sweatees, 100$> wool, in luscious pastel colors, pullovers and cardigans. AND WE HAVE DICKIES. Skirts of military tweed, corduroy and faille, some _______ in plan colors others plaids. Wear a "BEANIE 1 'or a tarn with your sport clothes, soft and comfortable. Button or, cigarette or bow trim. Soft felts;. The ELITE Shop BUY YOUR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS HERE Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera spent the week end at DCS Motnes. Mrs. R. H. Miller spent the week end at Esthervllle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trlpp became the parents of a baby girl born Saturday at the General hospital. Mrs. Glen Raney and daughter, Meredith, spent Saturday ?<n Des Molnes attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miner became the parents of a baby boy at the General hospital Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Anna Beerman returned last week from Seattle, Washington, where she had spent the past four weeks at the home of her son. J. C. Buthman went to Sioux City today (Tuesday) to attend a meeting of the trustees of Morttlngside College. Sid Spear, employed at the defense plant at Ankeny, spent the week end in Algona with relatives and frfends. Dr. A. J. Easwi and Erwln Hof, the latter of LuVerne, spent the Week end In northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. Marlon Rising, employed at Des Molnes, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rising.. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr and son and daughter attended a Fuller Brush banquet at Mason- City Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I« E. Urinan spent Sunday at Maurice where they visited -the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Llnnan. Lorraine Tierney spent last week end at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Bridget Tobln. Lorraine is employed in Des Molnes. Mrs. J. W Sullivan returned Saturday of last week after spending a week at Adel and Des Moines with relatives and friends. Rex Voyles came home Sunday from Sac City, his former home, where he had spent a week with relatives and fr!«nds. Rex is employed Store. at the Algona Maytag Dolores Wclncr ivhio has been cm- ployed in Morris, 111., came home October 3 for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weiner, while she Is convlescing from a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett of Eagle Grove spent Friday night in- Algona wifn the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, and "attended the Algona'-Eagle Grove football game. Mr. Bartlett teaches biology at Eagle Grove. Mrs. O. E. Plower, Arlington, has spent past 10 days in Algona at the home of he<- sister, Mrs. W. A. (Foster 1 ..;; who took , her to Eagle Grove-Monday for .a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, before she returns to her home. Mrs. Foster returned Monday afternoon. Mrs. John Nordstrom and .son, Paul, and the former's daughter, Mrs. Jack Hamey and five children of Minneapolis left Thursday, for Portland, Oregon, where the women will join their husbands who are employed In the shipbuilding yards there. Mr. Nordstrom has been there about seven months and Mr. Hanley and four sons have been there longer. Phyllis Hanley remained in Algona 1th her aunt, Miss Lilly Nordstrom. The Hanleys lave been living in Minneapolis, but at one time made their home ,in Algona. Velma Jean Shipler Heads Elite 4-H Club A meeting of the Plum Creek Slite 4-H club was held Saturday at the home of Miss Lola Scuffham, eader. Nine members and three visitors aittendetf. Officers were elected with Velma Jean Shipler, president; Phyllis Kain, vice president; Harriet Grubo, secretary; Helen Barr, treasurer; Dorothy Long, historian; Virginia Zeigler, reporter. Members cut out patterns for Miss Schultz and then games were played. The project for the year s sewing and home nursing. Read The Want Ads—It Payi 20% DIVIDEND To All Policyholders! A Record Achievement by a Real Mutual Company— made in only 3 l /2 years. low* Farm Miitiial, writing auto insurance for Farm Bureau members only, this week declared a substantial dividend— the first company of thi» type in Iowa to pay such a dividend, and doing Ft in the record time of three and one*half years after ft was organised, • Dividend* declared leave ample surplus for any contingency, , !, This dividend was made possible as a result of , . lower accident ratios during 194& Low accident rates In the future will be reflected In further dlvldends^-that's the policy of this company. Insure in a real mutual auto cqinqany flat return* surpluses to Farm Bureau, m XOUR LOCAL A@INT ^• : !-J ' t Iowa Farm Mutual Insurance Company V«llfy lank lltff,, Pw Molwei Mrs. O. H. Free spent Friday A Sanborn, Iowa, at the home of som friends. . A. li. Bi?>wn enteribincd th members 6f the Book club Frldu evening at her home. Rev. O. G. Rlchardfton will spen from Thursday until Saturday a Davenport attending to ibusines. matters. Mrs. Richard Cowan will enter tain the members of the Hobby clu tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday) a her home. Rlchajrd Sheldon, employed at th Algona Upper Des Moinos, spen Sunday at the home of his parenl in Eldora. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode bccam the parents of a baby girl bor Monday of last week at the Kcs suth hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rpblnsn spent the week end in Sprtagfiel( Minnesota, at the home of Mr. an Mrs. W. O. Durey. Enid Fuller spent the week en at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Birid i employed at Des Moines. Mrs. A. 3. Hertlg returned to he home in Algona from Iowa Cif.j Saturday after spending the pa's two years In a hospital there. Jerry Wlngert, student at Trinltj College at Sioux City, spent th week end with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. L. F. Wingert of Wesley. Ruth Dearchs, employed by Lool magazine at Des Moines, spent th week end in Algona at the home o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dearchs. Mr. and Mrs. "William C. Dau an children, Evelyn and BMly, went t Swea City Sunday to help Mrs Dau's mother, Mrs. Peter Ehlers celebrate her 75th birthday. Merle Pratt and Arthur Weis ar rived here Monday evening for nine-day leave from the Great Lakp Naval training station where the have completed their basic train ing. Merle O. Webster arrived thi morning (Tuesday) after complet ing his basic training at the njiva training station at Chf<:ago, 111! nois. Merle will have a nine da> leave. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mcdln and son Donald of Dubuque will return t their home Thursday after spend ing the past ten days at the horn of the former's parents, Mr. am Mrs. Sam Median. Mrs. Bill Weis and son, Peter Thomas, are visiting a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smith at Calmar, also with he: brother, Dr. Frank Smith at Mil waukee, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cook of Ken osha, Wisconsin, spent the weel end in Algona w/th relatives am friends. Mrs. . Cook is the former ; Pearl Hovey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller ant Mrs. William C. Miller of Maple ton, Minnesota, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W Miller. Myron and H. W. are sons of Mrs. -William Miller.. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson spen Sunday at Mount Vernon vislti'ng their daughters, Rosalie Swanson and Charlotte John-son, who students at Cornell College. Lavrenz left for Sioux City Sunday where she has been temporarily transferred by the Northwestern Bell telephone company for six of eight weeks. Miss Lavrenz is_the daughter of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Mr. and Mrs. -Henry Guderian and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thaves, tho latter of Spencer, spent Saturday and Sunday in Mason City where they viisited Lloyd Thaves who is in the army air corps and stationed at Lincoln, Nebraska. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill and daughter, Jean, Mrs. T. J. Hill, and Jim Roads of Fort Dodge. Lester Hill is Mrs. ColwelFs brother and Mrs. T. J. HM1 is her mother. Mrs. Raymond Dearchs and, her daughter, Sheron, will leave the lat- ;er part of the week for their home n Baltimore, Maryland, after spend- ng the past three weeks at the lome of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs. Mrs. Gf. W. Stillman and children, Garcia and Ann, and Mrs. Burton Thorpe spent the week end at Maxwell. Mrs. Stillman and daughters visited" the former's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland and Mrs. Thorpe visited her sister, Mrs. George Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Wermersen of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, spent the week end at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Esther Lavrenz returned to Wisconsn Rap.'-ds with her sister and brother-in-law for a few weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Holtzbauer and son, Bob of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wingert and daughter, Mary of 'Wesley, drove to Dubuque Sunday. They .visited Ruth Holtzbauer at Mount Loretta convent and Sister Mary Rosattma «t Holy Trinity schools. The latter is a sister of Lawrence Wingert. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Versbingle »f Banning, California, and Mrs. Mau- rlpe Llbott of: Palm Springs, California, spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Elsie Cady and daughter, Evelyn. They went to Marshall, M.'«nespta, Sunday evening to visit, relatives and Mrs. I4bott will return the latter part, of the week for a longer visit. B.'A. Anderegg, one of th* p(d and respected^ citlzenja of the West Bend neittborhood was an Algona business visitor Friday. Mr., And 7 , Gregg's lather migrated to America from Switzerland, settling in Cfcyton, sewnty, Iowa, froaa where he enlisted in the XJivU War. Some time after the war the family settled in Kossuth county in Gar. field townsh/'p, Bnitdfty dinner srue*fc» at the borne of Mr. and Mr«. O. R, Pomroeren- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ge's and sons, Don and Roger and Ellen Pommerenlng of Minneapolis and Mr. JM4 Wrs, Ntete Rectos 9*4 tMajry Jane of wuttewre. gpji CftHers at were Mrs. Mabel Sorensen • f|4 Was Mrs. Art Moulds underwent ail operation at the General hospital Saturday. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gtolgel «pent Thursday-at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kennedy at Burt. the ladles of the St. Benedict church will hold a card party on Thursday evening at eight o'clock. Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan returned to her home iir Graettlnger Sunday after spending the past two week's eat the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert Deal. Hubert) ("Pete") Deaf spent the week end at Iowa Falls where he attended a brief school on electricity. Hubert Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. C. C. Wright underwent an operation at a Fort Dodge hospital Saturday morning. Mr. Wright spent Friday and Saturday at Fort Dodge with her. Wayne Bjustrom spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom. Wayne is a freshman at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer spent Wednesday at LuVerne, Minnesota, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelsh. Mrs. Kelsh is th. former Katherine Selzer. Mrs. John Nordstrom and son, Paul, left last week for Portland, Oregon-, where they will make their home. Mr. Nordstrom is employed in a defense plant there. IVlrs. F. A. Corey left Saturday for Cedar Falls where she will spend ' a week or ten days at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rekers. David Smith, son of Mrs. Neal Smith, went to Des Moines Tuesday of last week, where he enlisted in the navy and was sent to the Great Lakes Naval training station. Miss Evelyn Brophy, employed at the Gene Murtagh home left Thursday morning for Mineral Springs, Texas, to spend a couple of week's vacation with a friend. Mr. apid Mrs. Ray Richardson are now living in- Kansas City, Mo., where the former is studying fir the ministry. Ray is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson. Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrsi Delia Troutman, Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Albin Spongberg and Mrs. Walter -Klamp spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Claude Sigsbe at Burt. Mr. and M s. J. C. Buthman attended a sub-'dlstrkrt (ministerial meeting at Buffalo Center Monday evening. A dinner preceded the meeting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Mayberry. Mr. atnd Mrs. Bernard Yocman and family spent the week end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman. Bernard is employed at a defense factory at Webster C'-ty. Roger Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, has completed h.'<s "boot" training at the Great Lakes Naval training station and spent the past nine days with his parents anil .with friends in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Knoll and son, Dennis Lynn, returned to their home at Baltimore, Maryland, Friday, after spending the past two weeks at the home of Mrs. Knoll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar'Ander- son. ' ••'-.. Mrs. Oor» Bacon returned Tuesday from a three weeks' visit with ler daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McDonald, at Lawence, Kansas. She also visited briefly with a brother and Slater at Grltinell. Tom Shermtain spent last week in New Tork City with her son, Richard, wh6 is in the army and had a week's furlough, Richard, who is doing public relations work In the army, has been ordered overseas. Mr. arid Mrs. W. A. 'Hardy spenf the week end In Des Molnes visiting friends. Their daughter, Cynthia, stayed at Burt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nealy, and their son, Robert, stayed at the home of Mrs. Loper. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk were the latter'^ sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vogl of Dos Molnes, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gould and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Norgaard of Harlan. Mrs. Howard Raney received word last week that her husband, who is stationed in Australia, has recently been made a corporal. Mrs. Raney is the former Dorothy Gell- enfeld. Howard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney. Mfa. Harvfjy Graham of! Burt spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp. Mrs. Graham and the Klamps spent the week end at the home of the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Let Us Help You Save GAS • Keep Your Engine Tuned! Remember— the better the engine runs, the less gas it uses! Mrs. R. A. nils at Webster City. Mrs. ti. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sharp retnrhed Friday f roih Fort Rlley, Kansas, where they had Spent-'the past three days vlsit- Iftg H. B, White, "HI." Wft Frtttff - ' tot Fort Ogelthbrpe, Georgia,- wh6i*. " he will take officers' tf&inlrig. tt§ was made A corporal before leaving for Georgia. . , f • • • Mj ALWAYS COOL M. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 18-14 Gene Autry in "KESJLS OF CAPISTRANO" • Second Feature "THE POSTMAN DIDN'T RING" Tthurs.-Fri.rSat., Oct. 15-16-17 Sunday, Oct. 18—t Days Blng Crosby Bob Hope Dorothy Lamour Also Capt. Midnight Serial • Keep Spark Plugs Clean! Dirty spark plugs are a common cause of wasted gasoline. • Keep Tires Inflated: Under-inflated t'Tes make the engine work harder . . . use more gas. • Keep Fuel Pump working! A worn-out fuel pump can cause leakage and large waste of gas. • Keep Timing Adjust> ed! Incorrect timing wastes many gallons of precious gasoline. • Drive in— see if your car is wasting gas! PARK'S Super Service Phone 798 State and Harlan St COAL Now in Transit 1 Car Iowa Lump 1 Car Berwind Briquets \ 1 Car Franklin Co. Lump ?' Place Your Order for Delivery f y Phone 229 F. S. Norton & Son The general order of the 0. D. 1 T. for the certificate of production necessity in reducing the mileage on their routes commencing- on October 15,1942, is as follows: Pickup of cream will be reduced to two days, a week for each individual farmer and in doing so we will reduce! the mileage of the Al gona Co-Operative Creamery Company about 30% mileage per month. The following prices paid 1st to 15th, September The following prices paid 15th to 30th, Septem- 1942:, ber!942: * Wholemilk Butterfat (3&% test) 65c Sweet Cream Butterfat ^--,1—, „_ 51c First Grade Cream Butterfat , —49c F, 0. B, Algona i Whplemilk Butterfat (3.5% test) Sweet Prearo Butterfat Vw— , 53c First Grade Cream Butterfat JVC. B. CHAKOES U DHJVm SERVKI • Commencing October 16,. 1942, one delivery a day will be made to hotels, Re^i&urants, i^ooerj^ j . Stores, and Drug Stores, The truck will leave the Algona OobOpejratfre Cr§amery Oj^pany it»^3 i a'clock each morning. • '" " • ;- J*-^** z^Jfoi ' "!* ^j^K^w-^i-'«£''»*'%& $3! It was the concensus of thte Board of Pireqtors th&tthe AJ[gpna'C rt - rtT ^ na *'" o< ^ Ao ™"^''^^* % ''°'* i ^* go on a strictly cash basis upon delivery of mjlk^ cVeajn, hujttep, co Milk tickets on the retail route will be sold foi» eftsh, oj tu further notice. ; Co-op C ;, ri /^ f , ^. ~ f ^ -M^,, fj ^f *«- .'*!"
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