The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1943
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The Aifdtta Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 7, 1943 \ DONALD FOX, 12, BANCROFT, SKULL FRACTURE Bancroft—Donald Charles Fox, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pox, was fatally injured last Saturday afternoon. While riding his bicycle he-collided with a 'trailer which was attached to a car driven by Melvin Fangman. Donald suffered a fractured skull and concussion. He was carried to Dr. Egan's office and was then rushed to the Kossuth Hospital a* Algona. All that medical skill could do was done but to no avail and he died Sunday at 3:45 p. m. without regaining consciousness. The funeral was held Wednesday morning at ten o'clock with burial in St. Cecelia's cemetery in Algona. Pallbearers were Thomas Ringer, William Dudding, Gene Fox, Thomas White, Dennis Wolfe and Edward Tigges. Honorary pallbearers were his classmates in the seventh grade, John Garry, James Cogley, Thomas Deitering, Francis Nemmers, Martin McDevitt and Thomas Egan. He is survived by his sorrowing parents, two brothers, Robert and Kenneth, and two sisters, Mary Alice and Ruth, and a host of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks and son spent Sunday with relatives at Mallard. Pvt. William Hammond of Camp Phillips, Kansas, spent the week end here with his wife and son. Miss Maureen Wolfe of Shakopee, Minn., spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wolfe. John Sudemeier of Baltimore, Attention CATTLE FEEDERS Before buying your feeders let us show you the right kind of cattle to put In your pastures and feed lots. Have had several carloads in, and have 100 head of yearling steers arriving the first of this week. Also one load of 2-year-old steers and one load of feeding cows. Prices in line with present market drop. See us before you buy. SID JOHN With Head Stock Yards at Elmore Minn., Phone 86. Also Lakota, Iowa, phono 2828. FOR SALE The Fred Anderson Estate house at 315 West State St. will be sold under court order on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 East Steps of Court House At 10 A. M. The house has 9 rooms, two baths, hot water heat and garage. Is located on Lot 3 of Block 32. Terms: $500 day of sale, balance upon delivery of deed and abstract. Parties wishing to inspect house, see Attorney E. J. Van Ness or Homer Anderson, manager of Sargent & Co. t LeRoy Anderson REFEREE 40* Md., is spending his vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sudemeier. Melvin Mallory of Omaha left Thursday for home after a visit here with his wife and son at the John Brink home. John Wesselman had the misfortune to have his left arm badly cut while moving the elevator at his farm last Monday. Mrs. W. A. Murray returned home Thursday from Memphis, Tenn., after spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Omer Kelly, and family. Miss Olga Elsbecker, R, N., of Carroll, spent from Friday until Monday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker, and with other relatives. Miss Bonnie here for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lupin. Miss Bartlett has received an honorable medical discharge from the WAVES. Mr. and Mrs. ^Clinton Henderson are the parents of a daughter, Margery Ann, born Sunday at the C. J. Stauder home. Mrs. Henderson is a sister of D. Neitzel nf Bancroft. Miss Jenny Honken, daughter of Mrs. Henrietta Honken, passed away at her home west of town last Tuesday. Funeral services were held at the home Friday at 1 p. m. and from the Ramsey Reformed church at 2:30 p. m. Burial was in German Township cemetery. S, Sgt. and Mrs. Sam Heaton are here for a visit with Mrs. Heaton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hart and with other relative's. Sgt. Heaton has been in Panama but will now be stationed at Camp Moxey, Texas. Mrs. Heaton will go to Texas to live with her husband. A Governor's Tombstone The monument erected to the memory of Governor William Stone in the cemetery at Knoxville was damaged in a heavy windstorm this summer. A broken limb of a tree was borne on the wind for fifty yards before striking the monument and toppling over the upper part. The late governor served in the high state office from 1864 to 1868. The Women's Relief Corps of Knoxville will undertake the work of restoring the monument. COLORFUL CHARMING CHEERFUL BEAUTIFUL SINIPIY WET AND APPLY Perfect for PAI N T E D WALLS COWAN Building Supply Co. Paints, Varnishes, and Enamels. Dutch Boy Lead and ready-mixed paints. Unitized Wallpapers— largest selection in North Iowa. =H MR. FARMER If you are needing car siding, ahiplap or twelve inch pine boards — WE HAVE THEM. Let us know your needs and we will do our best to satisfy them. SEE US OR CALL 229 F. S. Norton & Son § LONE ROOK NEWS ".„_ '.„._, ,. » :.._•__,_.._ ....... OKK> Angus Cotton went to Chicago Wednesday to spend several days with his family there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlbert were visitors at the Henry Schaefer home at Algona Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and Helen Sprank were dinner guests of Mary Ann Flaig at Algona Sunday. Mrs. Frank Flaig accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman to Fort Dodge Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Russel Dacken of Manlius, 111., arrived Friday for a ten day visit at the parental Frank Dacken home. Nomia Kelley of Burt is the new clerk at the Preibe grocery, taking the place of Lois Marlow who resigned recently. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hellman of Algona were visitors at the Ralph Bierstedt home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son Dennis, of Algona, and the Jim Longs were supper guests at the Doyle Sanders home Sunday. Mrs. Dora- Laabs and daughter Wilma and Miss Laura Radig were dinner guests at the Clarence Lohse home' at Fairmont Sunday. The Hildreth Pettit family, Fenton, Mr. and .Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, the Glenn Householders, Cecil Seegebarth and Evelyn Earing were guests at the Geo. Pettit home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Pettit's birthday. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and son Gary Gene of Nora Springs and the John Sones family of Sioux Rapids spent the week end at the J. M. Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and daughter Sherley of Ottosen were guests at the Blanchard home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Nelson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen of Burt to Algona Sunday evening where they attended services at the Congregational church honoring men in service who have gone from that congregation. Karl Knudsen, son of thi» Knudsens and nephew of the Nelsons is in service. Sunday dinner guests at the Will Christenson home in honor of Corp. Ronald Christenson were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris, Miss Ruth Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson and son Merwin. Corp. Christenson returned to Fort Leonard Wood Tuesday after a few days furlough. The Idle Hour club met at the P. L. Person home Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Milo Bonebreak and Mrs. Vern Hoppe hostesses. Mrs. Harry Hobson and Mrs. James Coady were appointed as reporters and Mrs. Delmer Angus and Mrs. Ed Blanchard as the flower committee. The club plans to send Christmas boxes to men in service. ST. JOE NEWS Rev. Fr. Carl Ernst of Ackley, Iowa, was a guest here with relatives and friends a week ago Friday. Mrs. Laurence Thilges returned home Monday from the Kossuth hospital, Algona, where she had undergone an operation a week ago. Mrs. John Erpelding returned home Thursday from Denver, Colo., where she had spent two weeks with her brother, Rev. Fr. Henry Ernst. Mrs. John Berte and infant daughter came home the first of the week from St. Joseph hospital at Fort Dodge. Martha Thilges is attending to the household duties in the Berte home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and Peter Becker spent Sunday in Rochester, Minn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker, Sr. Mrs. Becker is a patient in St. Mary's hospital there, having recently undergone an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges, Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Ernst and Algeon spent several days last week wiin Rev. Fr. Carl Ernst, uncle of the sergeant, at Ackley, Iowa. Sgt. and Mrs. Ernst left Sunday evening for Goldsboro, N. C., after spending a 20-day furlough in this part of the state. Guests Sunday, Oct. 3, at the Harold Reding home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg, Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bormann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and family, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and family and Andrew Erpelding. horns of Mr. and Mrs. P. <L. Stainbrook. Bernard Hansen, 6dn Of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hansen, north of Whittemore farmers, ia in a critical condition in a hospital at Rochester, Minn. He Was to undergo an operation for a tumor on the brain. A reception will be Held Sunday, Oct. 10, at the Methodist church in honor of Rev. Ralprl Kitterman, who will serve this congregation another year. A basket dinner will be served at ,1 o'clock. The Rev. Prole of'Ten- ton will be the speaker in the af- ternoon. Everybody is cordially invited ttf attend. Mrs. William Leinenger rMeiv- ed word that her daughter. Helen Oh(n. Was married to Sari Weaver of Wapato, Wash., Sept. 16, at 6 p. m. at the Lutheran church. The Rev. Westerkamp performed the cerenlony in the presence of a few friends of the young couple. Lois Ohm, sister of the bride, and Don Calhoun, a friend, were the attendants, they will live, on the Roza Ranch where Mr. Weaver is employed. They took a trip to Portland, Oregon, to visit with Mr. Weaver's parents. Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. franchisee! Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGfc DASHING NEW HATS $295 UP Completely captivating . . . to double the smartness of every suit. Flirtatiously veiled hombergs, the high crowned, small • brimmed postillion . . . tailored yet feminine . . , look wonderful with all your tailored clothes. v The Elite Your name on a small bond means one less name on a small cross. \ Whittemore News Mrs. Elmo Barber of Bode spent the week end at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr. Mrs. Milton Espe and Rosella Voigt of Algona spent the week end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Voigt. Ernest Gade of Emmetsbuvg was a Whittemore caller Saturday afternoon. He also attended his father's, August Cade's, sale. Mrs. Robert Scott, Oskaloosa, a sister of Mr. Stainbrook and Mrs. Paul Stringfellow spent the week end at the P. L. Stainbrook home. Milo Kollasch, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, underwent an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith helped Mrs. Alfred Meyer celebrate her birthday Sunday evening. Cpl. Lorenz Stainbrook of Sheppard Field, Texas, returned to his duties Friday after spending a 13 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook. He is a physical instructor. Mrs. Lorenz Stainbrook and daughters Carol, Karen and Mary Ann returned to their home in Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday alter spending a week at the parental m SERVICE . • «'l QUALITY M CLEANLINESS LOWER PRICES 6UHRBDTEEB COME AGAIN BRAND PEAS 12c 20-O2. CAN POINT VALUE 18 Beef Roast CORN GOLDEN 20-OZ. CAN POINT VALUE ALGONA CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib. 45c U. S. CHOICE BEST BLADE* CUTS ALL BEEF—7 Polntl GROUND BEEF LEAN MEATV—Z Point* PORK HOCKS . r . b . 19c COURSE GROUND—5 Polntl RING BOLOGNA u . 25c FRESH DRESSED MISSISSIPPI BULL HEADS .. u . 39c SUGAR 48-oi. Pkg. 27 LOIN RIBS Round Steak ff ^.SflGAH Hf9. 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