The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1931 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 6, 1931
Page 12
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----^'. The Upper Des Moines-tlepublican, May 6,1931 PROMINENT FENTON CITIZEN DIED fit, Weisbrod, Fenton Business Man, Died April 27, Following Operation. OPERATED MACHINE BUSINESS THERE. Wife, Four Children, Three Sisters and Two Brothers Survive. The Deceased Active In Community. The Upper Des Moines-Republican last week carried a notice of the death of Henry P. Weisbrod of eFnton. The Fenton Reporter has furnished the following article: Citizens of Fenton and the entire community learned with sorrow the news of the death of Henry P. Weis- biod, prominent Fenton resident and business man who died at the Me Creery hospital in Whlttemore Monday morning following a serious operation for hernia last week. Funeral services were held at 2:15 o'clock from the home and at 2:30 o'clock from the church yesterday afternoon, Rev. Snyder officiating and interment was made in the church cemetery south of town. Obituary. Henry Phillip Weisbrod, oldest son of Peter and Margaret Weisbrod, was born at Fenton, March 19, 1879, and passed to his eternal home at 8:30 o'clock Monday morning, April 27th, at the age of 52 years, 1 month and eight days. The Immediate cause of his dear was streptococcus infection followin an operation to which he submitted o the 16th of April. The first few daj It appeared that a speedy recover would be his, but in spite of all medi cal science and the very best best o care the stubborn disease would no respond to treatment, the end com Ing peaceably and the soul was liber ated from its earthly house, to be re came in contact with him feel that he had met a man, making one rejoice for having had that privilege. He was never too busy to give his best efforts to any project that was for the betterment of the community and mankind in general. He lived an unselfish life, indeed always remembering the Divine injunction, "Ye are hot your own, ye are bought with a price. Spend and be spent," in order that the world may be a better place for having lived in it. Active Church Worker. Brother Weisbrod Joined the Methodist church in his young manhood, remaining true to that sncred vow all the days of his life. At the* time of his demise hp faithfully and efficiently performed his duties in the following church offices: secretary of the official board, treasurer of the Sunday school, teacher in the Sunday school and a member of the local brotherhood. He regarded his church work and obligations seriously. To his there w that divine element respresented tha should be regarded by all. He was married to Hattle Jackso of Lone Rock on the 20th day of Jun 1901. To this union five children we born, a son, Ellis, preceding him J infancy. The surviving ones are Les te?, Mrs. F. J. Worrell of New Marke owa, Iva and Shelby at home. Immediately after their marriag they established their home on a farm in Hawley, Minnesota, following agf cultural pursuits for twelve years, afte which they located in Fenton, accept ng the partnership in the implemen jusiness with his brother, Frank, in which business he remained the sole owner at the time of his death. There remain to mourn his departure the sorrowing wife, children mentioned, three sisters, Mrs. Kate Newel Mrs. John Newel and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber all of Fenton; two brothers, Frank of Emmetsburg and Fred of this place besides numerous other relatives and n host of friends. Heartfelt sympathy i? extended to the bereaved widow and children by the entire community. LEDYARD HIGH TEAM ISDISTRICT CHAMP " # Base Ball Nine Won District Tournament at Armstrong Last Week. WILL COMPETE AT AMES THIS WEEK. Lctlynrd Has Record of 16 Wins and No Defeats. State celved Into its heavenly mansion, where acMes and pains are foreigners, there to be forever, with its maker, God. Mr. Weisbrod seemed to be in his normal health and strength as usua 1 no one In any sense suspecting him to be the subject that has brought so much anxiety and regrets to our little city and the community in general. " His-was the spirit of a genuine citizen, unassuming, genial, always radiating those qualities that made one who Former Whittemore Lady Passed Away. Whittemore, May 6. Special: Woi was received Tuesday of the death o Mrs. William Lancaster at Cedar Ra plds Monday evening. The Lancaste family lived here for several year and Mr. Lancaster and daughter, Dora are buried at this place. There sur Should Go Far at Tournament* Last Thursday, Friday and Saturday Ledyard went to Armstrong to compete with teams from several counties for the district championship and a right to compete in th e state tournament at Ames May 8th and 9th. There were elevn teams represented in the tour- lament coming from the Dakota line •o the north central part of Iowa. With the tournament the team will enter the state with an unusual record of sixteen wins and no defeats. Ledyard 3, Moncta 0. The first game Ledyard played was I HnnrlvMi* Thursday afternoon with the Moneta *-»O°ayear Dilg League Held on Thursday. The annual meeting of the Algona chapter of the Will H. Dllg League was held Thursday evening at the Legion hall, with a large crowd in attendance. Only the boy scouts, and a number of conservationists and sportsmen were invited to the meeting because of the small seating capacity of the Legion hall, but its hoped that a larger house can be secured next time. Officers for the coming year were elected with G. H. Ogg as president; D. H. Goeders, vice president; Torkel Hill, secretary; J- S. Auner, treasurer. Reports of the committees of last year were heard. New committees were appointed including the committee of sport and athletic activities which will meet the last part of this week. D. H. Goeders, as one of the members of the recently appointed fish and game commission, gave a talk on conservation and the ups and downs in putting over a worthwhile legislative measure. Mr. Goeders gave an explanation of the power which the legislative bill conveys to the new commission. Since his appointment to the commission Mr. Goeders has been kept busy filling speaking engagements in this part of the state. E. W. Kepler and Photographer Sorensen of Esther . ville were guests at the meeting and showed a very interesting four reel film in the interests of conservation. WWWW^^ he gamrbyrshlToJtTroug^tLr Attend Meeting. | ellent pitching of "Chick" Osterman, vho allowed one scratch hit and cnlv as well played as only one error was nalked on each side. Ledyard 14, Fenton 5. The second game was played with tions. Tire dealers from over a considerable I portion of the state will attend. A feature of the gathering will be a sound . vives only two daughters, Amy, of Ce dar Rapids and, Mrs. Irene Nelson o Denver, Colorado, and one son, Ken icth Lancaster of Muscatine. No par ilculars of Mrs. Lancaster's death have >een learned. Three tires today for the price of one n 1926—$14.95 in 1926; $4.95 today— 9x4.40 G.. & J. Stalwart and a bet- tire.—Gamble Stores. e strong Fenton team and the score motlon Picture, "Every Third Wheel" ded with a large margin in favor of based on tn e tire Industry, dyard. Green did the pitching for Tne motion picture, "Every Third Ledyard and struck out ten men The Wheel," utilizes professional stage ta- bats of Ledyard cracked to the tune of Ient - including John R. Hamilton, who eighteen hits Including home runs by P Ia y ed in the ori^nal "Lightnin' ,' and Ostermann and Green. This makes "Seventh Heaven" companies, George the third defeat for Fenton at the Sweet of "Greenwich Village Follies" hands of Ledyard this season. and "Little Jessie James'" and other T«J j A « ^ ™ wel1 know Payers. The music Is by Ledyard 4, Rodman 3. Jea n Goldkette and the newest sound The crucial game of the tournament reproduction was used, making the film was played Saturday morning with the rank ln technique with feature pictures strong Rodman team as the opposition sh °wn in regular theatres. , The Rodman team went to the state The Picture will include Interesting semifinals last year and were favorites views of tne Goodyear airship dock at | to win the tournament. In the first Akron, Ohio, where the great navy inning it looked as though the pre- dirgible, twice the size of the Graf dictions would come true when two Ze PPelin, is nearlng completion. There runs were driven In by a circuit clout are some unusual pictures also of fam- ''"'" " ' • - - —aeronautical visitors, Including Col. Choose Your New Nelly Don Voile from This Extensive Showing The joy of the new season—with budding trees and singing birds—is reflected in these chic, dainty voile dresses from Nelly Don. Here is distinction within the reach of everyone's purse, No summer season would be complete without one or two Nelly Bon voile dresses in your wardrobe. Particular women insist on the stj'le and workmanship which this famous designer puts into even the most inexpensive cotton dress. The new line is more beautiful than ever—rightly styled—rightly made ,and rightly priced. All sizes from 14 to 44— $195 to $5,95 «*wTrwTinnrMTriri Wesley Won Ball i Game from Titonka.' placed ^ I "Dick" Will be Home in a Few Days Lindbergh Commander Richard E. I but Ledyard came back and tied the core and advanced in the next two. innings. Ostermann held the Rod- Bvrd and Dr - Hu S° Eckener. nan sluggers to four hits while Led-| _Besides__ the merchandising features ' • - - -- w jjj show the pitching featured the game. C. Gallic ard collected eight. Brack, Junker-1 "Every Third Wheel meier and Green were the offensive latest developments in tire manufacture, accompanied by detailed explanations telling the why of every step. Many remarkable shots of rugged ma- * 1 *> Sen . atoruand Mrs - L. J. Dickinson ar ley de- .' expected home the latter part of th to '^ ??* Washington, D. C. They f£,*? Vin * "} rou e h 'f^* and are taking a southern route through Kentucky. Senator ickinson will main- tars in this game. Ledyard 11, Armstrong 8. In the final game Ledyard score five runs in the first inning and scor ed throughout the game. The score a the last half of the seventh was 11 t* 3 in favor of Ledyard when Armstroni. assisted by errors and walks, scorec five runs. Osterman relieved Green who was wild, and retired the side af ter a hit was made. A nice trophy wa awarded the Ledyard team for going through the tournament undefeated. Mrs. Sanders Attended Librarians' Meeting. Mrs. Lura Sanders spent Tuesday in Mason City where she attended the North Central District meeting of librarians. Mrs. Sanders was chairman ot the district last year and as such presided at the meeting Tuesday. Fishermen—Outfit completely at Gamble's May Sale, 16th to 29th. Tackle box 59c, 18 pound Fish Oreno line, 50 yards 98c. Instant Lite 2 burner camp stove $3.98. Gamble Stores. Tents $7.95 up.— 47 TF YOU went to bed poor and woke up to find yourself possessed of a million dollars, what would you do? With ruthless satire and keen humor Peter B. Kyne vividly portrays the exciting adventures of Elmer Clarke with his suddenly acquired mil- Jion; how he had to sidestep, duck and run to escape the "gold diggers." fiction of Dash and Thrill-New Serial for UFPER DESMOINES-REPUBLICAN— Now for the Colorful Summertime This means painting up, usually, and we urge you to not only have your house painted, but to have it done as a preservative as well as for appearance's sake. We have painted scores of homes in your neighborhood, and the owners are our best testimonials. Honest, swift and thorough, and we use only the finest of paints. Estimates gladly given. Harry Baker Phone 778 502 South Jerome St. 43-45 sey struck out five men nn four ^1,! thrl ^ a ? d . allow s Mnrtt ^l f ^ a h , alf lnn wM ^ tynl ^j h st ™ k £# flf ^ g ™ WtS> chinery for testing tire mileage in the I dlami^a factories are included, as well as a I eflm " " rapid tour of the company's world wide !„.. ;£.,, ^"J^L? 1 activities in rubber growing, cotton fm thls summer growing, fabric manufacture and its seven tire manufacturing plants. coming George Price is the manager of the Wesley team. Evelyn Rammer Finds Most Words in Contest. Evelyn Rammer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rammer? who live east of town, made the most words out of the name "Long's Grocery" in the contest which was held by the store recently. Ten prizes in the form of dolls, baseball bats and balls were the awards to the winners.- Evelyn made 249 words out of the letters In the name. The other four girls who made he most words were Lucille Nelson, Rock; Fern Schendel, Algona; Doris Witham, Cedar Falls; and Catherine Putzstuck; Wesley. Thfe high winner for the boys was Robert Lewis, Bancroft, with 244 words. The other winners were Arne Pedersen, Algona; Chester Simpson, Lone Rock; George Hanna, Lone Rock; and Charles Morow, Algona. The contest closed on .pril 30. Wild Bill Henderson Hunted in Minnesota. Yesterday's edition of the Fort Dodge Messenger carried an article about a csse from Fergus Falls, Minnesota, iat was out combing the country for fild Bill Henderson and another fugi- vi; who are wanted for robbing banks n Minnesota. The posse carried ma| chine guns and were close on the trail ' when a heavy rain fell causing them to lose the tracks. Henderson is wanted hero in Kossuth county for robbing banks here. He is originally from Livermore and has been around there off and on but the officers were unable to get a hold of him. Henderson is known as a tough customer and the posse in Minnesota will find they have a fight on their hands before he is captured. Mrs. Will Annis and Daughter Coming. Good Hope, May 5. Special: A recent letter from Mrs. Kate Annis to friends here states that she and her daughter, Beth, will arrive in Good Hope community soon after the close of school. The former will remain here and in the vicinity for an extended period but after a few weeks Miss Beth will return to Miles city where she will spend the summer. Mrs. Annis reports agricultural conditions in that section very serious. On account of the dry weather much wheat has already been destroyed and numerous ranches are being deserted on account of shortage of water. tain an office at Des Moines during the summer but expects to spend mosl of the time at home In Algona. Corn Planting Has Been Started. Many farmers have started planting :orn, but the cold weather this week lias caused some delay. Oats are up and looking fine and pastures never looked better at this time of the season. The fruit trees are in blossom and t Is feared the freeze last night may have done considerable damage. Garden truck that can not stand a freeze was also damaged. •NOTICE Truck Owners! Here's Buy! GoodyearPaHifinder lO.ply Heavy Duty Goodyear Tires, Willard Batteries, Washing, Greasing, Brake Testing, and Relining. Phone 26. We call for and deliver. Clapp 's Master Service Algona, Iowa Joe Zankes Return From California. Union, May 5. Special: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zanke arrived here last Wednesday afternoon at the Robert Harvey home from their auto trip from California. They came through ten different states, stopping off in Louisiana where they visited at the Klnney Byson home. A telegram came from California the same day the Zankes arrived here stating that their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Callahan, had undergone a major operation since their departure and came through the operation nicely. Helen, another daughter of the Zankes, who is a registered nurse, is caring for her sitser, Mrs. Callahan. Mrs. Warburfcon Heads Co. Federated Clubs LuVerns, May 6.—Mrs. J. H. War burton, Lakota, was elected preslden of the county Federation of Women' clubs at the meeting held here yester day which was attended by 104 regis tered delegates. Other officers named were Mrs. Ray Stone, LuVerne vice president; Mrs. Winifred Jurgenson Union township, treasurer and Mrs Donald Weir, Hurt secretary. Mrs. Do Jackson of Des Moines talked on "Watch Your Step." The Titonka women gave a three act play, "Look Whal You've Done," the country chords sang a quartet from LuVerne sang and Maxine Weisbrod, Fenton played a piano solo. The meetings were held in the Methodist church. Unruly Horse Shot After Breaking Leg. Union, May 5. Special: John Farell, a Whittemore stock buyer pur- hased a horse of Paul Palmer last week Thursday loading it in a truck •vith five other horses. He had pro- eeded hardly a half mile when the orses became unruly. 'Ihe one he had just purchased twisted in some way that its leg was broken. The animal had to be removed from the truck and FOR SALE—Silver King seed corn $2.60 per bushel. Soy beans $1.70 per bushel. Cheaper In quantities.—A. B. Schenck, Algona. ' 47* WANTED—Salesman for traveling aroifnd. Reference required^ (Phone 230. 47 Special sale of hats at $2.50 each at the Elite Shop. 47 FOR SALE—Golden King and Kossuth Reliance seed corn, $1.95 bushel. Two highest yielders. Shelled, graded and tested. Bags free.—A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore. 47-48*' Rooms for rent in accredited room- Ing house at Cedar Falls to girls attending summer school.—S. S. Snyder. 2512 Walnut St. 47-48* FOR SALE—White and yellow see* corn. Test 96 to 100. $2.00 a bushel. —Hugh Raney, Algona, Phone 15F21. 46-47* Ex-service men and dependents of Vorld War.- Do you know your rights? Pensions, compensatjonsi (-insurance, hospitallzation, soldiers' homes, bonus, funeral expense, etc. Methods of obtaining these and other benefits coveted In our manual. One dollar.— Service Men's Service, Jackson, Miss 46-49 shot. Salt Production There are four chief methods of obtaining suit in use today. It may »be secured by evaporation of the brine from wells sunk Into salt beds; by mining; by evaporation of sea water, and by tlie evaporation of the brine of natural brine springs. LOST—Black leather coat. Finder call Bert Deal, Algona. 45 Silver King and Golden King seed 1 : corn for sale. These are the two high yielding varieties for northern Iowa.— F. S. Thompson, phone' 26F12, Algona. 45-48' Painting and Decorating. Estimates gladly given. Phone 778.—Harry Baker- 43-tf Old floors made new with electric floor sander.—William Aman, Phone 456. 43-tr Methodist Church. Services in keeping with the spirit of Mothers' Day will be held next Sunday. Special recognition will be given all mothers at the Sunday School hour. We earnestly invite all members and friends to be present. This is Ladies' Aid week and the regular meeting will be held at the church Thursday afternoon. Matters of importance will be under consideration and all women of the church are urged to Ba present. The district convention of the Women's Foreign Missionary at Forest City this week is presenting an excellent program. Mrs. A. A. Bishop, district president, will preside at the convention. « .42 .. .30 Algona Markets. Corn Oats ...... ' .................... Barley ....................... , . Hogs ...................... ...... 0.QO Eggs ............................ ,08»,13 Hens .... ....................... JUK18 Roosters ....................... .07-.09 CLASSIFIED ADS. The rate per word for advertisements in this column is 2c paid in advance. 3c if charged. Cash must accompany all mail orders. Initials count as one word. Minimum charge, 25c. FOR RENT—6 room house, practically modern.—Guy Mantor. 41-tf "Algona's Wife Saving Station."— Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. 60-tf County plat books for sale at the Upper Des Moines-Republican office, only a few left. 32-tf FOR SALE—Oats at 23c per bushel. —Mike Loss, Phone 18F12, Algona. 47-tf FOR RENT—Six room modern house. Inquire at this office. 47 Used cars, tires and parts at the Sales Barn.—Corey Auto Co., Phone 563. 47 Any hooked rug pattern for $1.00 at The Elite Shop. 47 Reliable party wanted to handje Watkins products in Algona. Customers established. Excellent opportunity for right man. Write at once. The J. R. Watkins Company, D71, Winona, Miim, 47* WANTED—Two men over 25. Reference required. Good salary. Phone 230. 47 FARM LOANS AT 5 y 4 % INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us. MURTAGII BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. Four burner gasoline range with oven.—Mrs. Bert Deal. 45-tf FOR RENT—Small lighted and heated office room in Iowa State Bank bldg. See A. L. Peterson. 44-tr THE ALGONA ART STUDIO Invites the public to visit their new establishment in the east front rooms over the Smith BilliarfrHWU;- Special rat§s^pn wedding p|0tweW All work guaranteed, (We specalisie in fam- 3-DAY EXCURSION Chicago & North Western Line May 15-16-17 <fcQ HA Bound Trip «PO.UU to Chicago From Algona For,going trip, tickets will be honored; in coaches on trains leaving Friday May 15, Saturday, May 16, and until' 7:18 a. m., Sunday, May 17. For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains scheduled to reach Algona not later than midnight ot Monday, May 18. Children Half Fare No Baggage Checked. For. full particulars and tickets W)ply to Agent

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