The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1936
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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 5,1936 Death Plucked Two Young Women From St. Joe Homes Last Week LAURINATHILGES RfrESJATURDAY Puneral Services Held at West Bend Catholic Church St. Joe: Laurlna Thllges, oldest •daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thilges passed away Wednesday afternoon, April 29, 1936. Ltaurlna was born on October 31, 1907, and •was 28 years, five months and 29 <Jays of age at the time of her death and has spent her entire life in this vicinity. She attended St. Joseph parochial school. Up to the time of her illness she had kept house for her great-uncle, William Link for 11 years. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges; her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Etringer, and five brothers and five sisters, Mrs. Nick Huberty (Melin<Ja, Laurlna's twin sltser), Mrs. Arnold Kellner (Hilda), Albert, Alvina, Raphael, Charles, Martin, "William and Iva Lu and many other relatives. Funeral services were held Saturday morning In St. Joseph's Catholic church with Rev. George Theobald reading the requiem high mass and interment was in St. Joseph's cemetery. Pall bearers were Raymond Thilges, Harold Thilges,, Lawrence Thllges, Ralph Reding, Alvin and Raymond Berte. Among relatives from a distance attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Welblg, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Welbig and children, an of Dell Rapids, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feller and son, Springville; Mrs. George Schafer, Preston; Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Et- rlnger and Mrs. Margaret Etringer, Marquette. A number from this vicinity attended the cooking school in Algona last week. James Brophy has been doing some repair work on his farm south of town this week. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were callers at the home of Mrs. A. D. Richards In Atgona Friday afternoon. . The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pasley was taken to the Algona hospital Friday where it was placed In an Incubator for five or six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and children attended the funeral of Mr. Green's father, Elmer Green, at LuVerne, Wednesday. Mr. Green had been sick for over a year. PILLOWS YOUR PILLOWS, upon which you spend a third of your life, should be cleaned and made sanitary at least once every year. Send them to us for Scientific Cleaning. We sterilize them, freeing them of all stickiness, perspiration, body oil and microbes. DOCTORS AGREE that your feather pillows should be sanitized as often as possible to protect your health. Medical science has traced thousands of cases of Grippe, Colds, Pneumonia and Rheumatism to unsanitary pillows. Kirsch Laundry PHONE 267 Mother hasn't O N Mother's Day nothing can make Mother happier than to have you remember to call her—to hear your words of love and appreciation for all she has done for you. If you can't be with Mother in person you still can enjoy the priceless pleasure of a reunion with her—just call her by LONG DISTANCE MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY IO Special long distance rat** are in effect all day every Sunday and each night from 7 p. m. to 4s3O a. m. on call* of about SO mile* or more. CORNELIA FABER DO THURSDAY < Was. 27; Parents, 2 Sisters, and Two Brothers Survive St. Joe: Cornelia Faber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Faber, passed away Thursday morning, April 30th, 1936, after a short illness of flu and double pneumonia. Cornelia was born on Nov. 10th, 1907, and was 27 years, five months and 20 days of age at the time of her death and had spent her entire life In the West Bend and St. Joe vicinities. She was a graduate of St Peter and Paul's Catholic school at West Bend. She Is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Faber and two sisters and two brothers, Lawrence, Mrs. Paul Thilges (Irene), Alvin and Adella, and many other relatives. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church in West Benfl with Father Dobbersteln reading the requiem high mass. Interment was in St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery in St. Joe. Pall bearers were six first cousins, Leo Friders, Harold Friders, Joseph Faber, Alfred Faber, George Faber and Harold Roethler. Among relatives from a distance to attend the funeral services were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spllles, Mrs. Sophia Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schwelckerath, Esther and Victor Papenheim, all from New Hampton; Tony Hauser from North Washington, and Mrs. John Heit, Charles City. A large crowd attended the wedding dance Frid&y evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tliul. Miller and his orchestra from Roife furnished the music. Alvin Lenertz from Llvermore took his sister, Mrs. Gus Bosalts, R. N., to her home at Cherokee Monday afternoon after she had spent several days at the Ted Wagner home. Mrs. John Thul and daughters, Amanda and Rita, Anna Kayser, Cecelia Phillips, Mrs. Clarence Kramer and sons, Bernard and Maynard and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul near Ottosen Sunday afternoon. John Kayser from Fort Dodge accompanied by Mrs. Fred Illg of here and Mrs. Nick Eischen from near Algona, left Friday morning for Port Washington, Wisconsin, to visit with relatives. On their return home they will stop at Dubuque, Iowa, to visit with Sister M. Amalia. Mrs. John Weber, Formerly St. Joe Resident, Is Killed St. Joe: Mrs. John Weber of near Claremont, Minn., was killed recently in an auto accident. The Webers were well known here, having lived in this community some years ago. Agnes Illg from Algona spent Wednesday at the Arthur Illg home. There was no school Wednesday in St. Joe due to Thirteen Hours Adoration. Cecelia Phillips of Claremont, Minn., spent the past two weeks at the Clarence Kramer home. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan were callers Tuesday at the Dominic Zelmet home near West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. John Hammer and children were callers at the Wm. Hammer home Wednesday morn- Ing. A number from this vicinity attended the funeral services of E) mer Green at the M. E. church at LuVerne Wednesday. Mm. M. Hani/an and Thomai ot Livermore were Tuesday over night and all day Wednesday guests at the Peter Schmltt home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding nnd family nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen of Whittemore were callers nt the Ted Wagner home Friday evening. SINGIN' In the Rain And you would, too, if you were enjoying the delicious richness cf Taylor Made Ice cream. It's a treat to eat. Try uome today. We deliver anywhere in the city. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone HO CLEARANCE SALE Kossuth County Plat Books At The Algona Upper Des Moines Office 28 Townships- County Data Well Bound at $2.00 Formerly sold at $2.60 Mrs. Glenn Burt Of Seneca Died Wednesday Morn Seneca: The people of Seneca were saddened by the sudden death of Mrs. Glenn Burt at the hospital in Iowa City recently. Mrs. Burt had been in 111 health for the past several months. She was taken to [owa City In the ambulance on Thursday morning and died Wednesday morning of kidney trouble. She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, Glenn Burt. and five children: Elizabeth, a junior in the Seneca high school; Helen, a fresh- Man; Dorothy, who Is 111 with the mumps, and In the fifth grade; Jo- jeph. In the third grade, and Jimmy, In the first grade. Awards Letters Thursday afternoon the Seneca school children and faculty members were called to the gymnasium where the basketball boys and girls received letters for the past season. The players who ordered sweaters were given their sweater with the letter. Those girls who got the sweaters were Capt. Victoria Jensen and Margaret Patterson and the boys were Duane Campbell, Everett Johnson, Glenn Paulsen, Wesley Patterson p.nd Perry Jensen. Supt. P. E. Slagle and Coach Francis Fish gave short talks. Play Kittenball The Seneca high school girls' klt- tenball team motored to Ringsted Tuesday afternoon and played the Ringsted girls. The Seneca team was defeated by a large score. The Fenton boys met the Seneca boys at Seneca Wednesday evening and defeated them by the score of 3 to 0. Miss Ruth Houseman of Arm- stfong Is employed at the C. F Nielsen home. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Hoeck Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and daughter, Ruby, were business callers In Algona Friday. Lowell nnd LuVerne Hawbaker of Armstrong spent Thursday afternoon nt the Harlcy Hoeck home. Donald Lee Sharpe of Armstrong spent the latter pixrt of the past week at the horns of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nielsen. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and son, Donald nnd Mrs. S. L. Denton culled at the Henry Groen home In Swea City Wednesday afternoon. Miss Velda Johns is working for Mrs. George Johnson. Mrs. Johnson recently returned home from Iowa City where she underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy and family and Joe Kennedy spent Friday in Fairmont and vicinity help- Ing their brother, Ed Kennedy, nx a place for his stock as his buildings were destroyed by the storm Thursday evening. Final P. T. A. Meet Held Last Tuesday At Ottosen School Ottosen: The last P. T. A. meet- ng of this school year was held ast Thursday evening at the high school auditorium. The following >rogram was given: announcements, Supt. Truesdell; awards, given to Leo Wehrspnn and Marjoric Kramer for declamatory work •>y Mrs. R. Richards; Major Bowes amateur hour presented by the Ladies Rural club. Those who took inrt were Ed Hanson, Major Bowes; Ralph Cooper, announcer; Eileen Schneider, LaVonne Hanson. Russell Cooper, Floy Cooper, Mrs. Scamon, Mrs. Charles Danels, Mrs. Harold Jncobson, Mrs. Adams, Naomi Struthers, Elliott Klnseth and the Seaman girls. Ev- rybody enjoyed the program very much after which a delicious iuncn was served. I,. B. C. Meeting The L. R. C. met (it the home of Mrs. Loren Daniels Thursday afternoon. Twenty members answered roll call with exchange of plants. A Mother's Day program was planned to be held in the Community church parlors Thursday afternoon, May 14th. A surprise by the hostess was an alphabetical contest. A delicious lunch wns served. The guests wore Mrs. Rny Jo'liffe and daughter, Florence, Reva Cooper, Mrs. Peter Holt and daughters, Verna and Margaret. Ed Edwards wns an Algona caller Friday. Joseph Longseth visited friends In Mason City over the week enff. LeRoy Kleppe went to Humboldt Monday where he will be employ ed. Peter Hoit of Ellsworth visited at. the Peter Holt home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Watnem and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and children visited at the Lawrence Hanson home at Whittcmore on Tuesday. BURT NEWS New Cemetery Sexton At a meeting last week Monday the township trustees hired James Ollom as sexton of the Burt cem- ctry to take the place of the late J. A. Armstrong. ureck Wednesday at the Chris God- 'rcrison homo In Ringstcd. The Rev. nnd Mrs. P. B. Shcdd, Rockwell City, spent last TufsctSy night at the Mrs. Eva Hodgson lomc. They wrro attending thn Presbytery meeting nt Algona. The Lutheran Aid society met in he church basement with Mrs. >Valter Fnulstirh as hostess. In the evening the Wnlther League met, Marie Carter being hostess. Esther Hodgson, librarian, and Mrs. A. Stnchle. Mrs. B. W. Brooke, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, and Mrs. G. J. F 1 . Vogel, members of the library joard, attended a district library meeting nt Garner last Wednesday. Little Jimmy Blanchard, one of .he twins of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 31anchard, is III with sore throat. Mrs. Bonacker, Titonka, is nt the aianchnrd home, helping care for lim. Mrs. C. B. Mitchell returned dome Wednesday from Buffalo Center where she had been assisting n few days nt the home of her son, Bennett, who was ill with the scarlet fever. Alice Eighme attended the funeral of an aunt at Shannon City Thursday. Hugh nnd Dorothy McDonald took her nnd they called at the Donald Weir home in Adel on the way home. Mrs. M. A. Dexter returned to her home here last week after spending a couple of weeks at Truman, Minn., at the home of her daughters. Mrs. Herbert Volentine, who was convalescing from an operation. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mrs. D. L. McDonald returned from Des Moines Thursday evening, where Dr. Peters had attended n meeting of the Iowa State Medical society held there on Wednesday nnd Thursday. When in need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. RADIO SALE of Genuine* Wor/d Famous PHILCOS We Have 56 Philcos, 1936 Models, to sell in the next 10 days Mrs. Fritzemeier Is Named Club Leader LuVerne: The annual election of officers of the Tuesday club was held at their meeting at the Anna Woito home last week. Those chosen were: Huldah Fritzemeir, president; Mrs. Peter Thompson, vice president; Mrs. Albert Genrich, secretary and treasurer. Fifteen members and two guests were present. An Iowa program was held with Mrs. H. E. Peitzke giving "Iowa Historical Program" and Mrs. Allen Thompson, "Iowa State Parks." Mrs. I H. Benedict will be hostess at the next meeting. BANCROFT NEWS Dr. and Mrs. Egan drove to Des Moines Thursday to attend a med- u'ul meeting. Mrs. George Dudding is visiting relatives and friends in Peoria, Dwight, and Campus, III. Stephen Sukovitch, who ha:i been employed at the CCC camp here, was transferred to Boise, Idaho. He left Friday. Lawrence Becker and Betty Sheridan drove to Manly Wednesday to meet J. H. Sheridan who returned from Rochester that day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gibson and children of Thompson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mousel Thursday. The Gibsons formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker spent Monday at Webster City. Fort Dodgu and Eagle Grove visiting friends and relatives. They formerly lived in Eagle Grove. A miscellaneous shower was given Tuesday in honor of Ethel Keop- proth, who is to be married soon. The hosteses were Mrs. P. S. Johnson, Mrs. Wilbur Fox and Mrs. 1m- elda Doyle*. Mrs. Wtn. Vaske entertained her club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. M. Buker and Mrs. Edwin Olsen were guests of the club. Mrs. C. M. Baker won the prize for high score; Mrs H. J. Deitering, the prize (or high score of the club members and Mrs. M. J. Dyer won travel prize. Auxiliary Meeting A county Legion Auxiliary exec utive board meeting was held in the Biirt Legion hall last Wednesday afternoon. The meeting which was conducted by the county president, Mrs. Roelfscma, was for the purpose of checking up on the citation points before the spring conference at Garner on Tuesday. All units of the county, except Bancroft, were represented. At Aunt'B Funeral Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader went to Ejiston. Minn., Friday to attend the funeral of a great-aunt of Mr* Schrader. She died In northern Minnesota In February, but on account of bud roads, it was Impossible to bring her body for burial sooner. Erna Bnnrs spent the wcf.i end with friends nt Ccdnr Falls. Mrs. Mnynnrd Beckworth, Blue Knrtb, Minn., was ti Burt caller Friday. Mrs. L. A. Bocttcher wns hostess to the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. The Birthday Circle met nt the Mrs. James Ollom home Thursday afternoon. M. E. Polhemus nnd Clarence Scefeldt were St. Paul, Minn., visitors last week Tuesday. Mary Jean McDonald and Shirley Hansen entertained the Home Guards Saturday afternoon. The Otto Taylor family, which has been quarantined for scarlet fever, was released on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell were dinner guests Friday evening lit the Dr. Wallace home in Algona. Mrs. C. W. Schryver went to Nevada, Iowa, Saturday to enter the sanitarium there for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald and O. P. McDonald went to Dolliver on Friday to views the ruins of the tornado. Mrs. Chester Sill and baby, Algona, spent from Monday to Thursday with Mrs. Sill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, former Burt farmers, now living near Ringsted. were business visitors here last Wednesday. Saturday was Sylvester Brace's eleventh birthday ami he celebrated the occasion with a party for liis friends in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine were dinner guests Sunday at the Clayton Sill home near Algona. The Chester Sills were also guests. The L. E. Roetmans were dinner guests Thursday at the home of Supt. Ray Marshall at Otho. The families were former neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer were called to Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon by the serious illness of Mr. Meinzer's mother, Mrs. Carrie Meinzer. Grace Isenberger, Des Moines, came Tuesday for a visit with her aunt, Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, and her jjrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger. The R. A. Bleich family moved into their house here Friday, the Ed Weiske's having mc-ved into a part of the creamery house, which tiiey purchased. George Godden, Madison, Wis., arrived last Tuesday for a visit with his sisters, Mrs. Anna Stow and Mrs. Mary McDonald and also other Burt relatives. Mrs. A. R. Godfredson and her daughter, lona, Mrs. George Lanning and Erna Peterson spent last Noted PttybcologUt Explain* Why People Fall iu Love on Summer Vacation*. Ait Article by Profewior Laird in The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed with Next Sunday'* Chicago Herald and Examiner. Change of Location While the new stores are being erected on North Dodge, one of which I shall occupy when completed, I will handle my business at the Henry Furst Barber Shop, on South Dodge, 2 doors south Stcele's store. Henry Bunkofske BARBER $10 TRADE-IN ALLOWED ON YOUR OLD RADIO REGARDLESS OF ITS AGE ON A NEW PHILCO CONSOLE ' — — — — We want action — and here's a chance for you to get a new model and something for your old machine, regardless of its condition. 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