The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 6, 1946
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8, 1Q46. $neca f addle Club Example Real Rural Go-operation eniOtOi the Matured attractions bt fthe L »1946 Kbs^Uth county, ifalr will be , the Appeara$cej • of a "hbljie grbwln 1 ' i attraction, the 'Scndtfft Saddle club, wliich'will 'bcjOrr iM afternoon and everting sdredljle fdr Friday, August 23. Th#5club is one of the most unique• 6rgani2atiohs in this section of the state, and has .its owW cxnibilion grounds, and a mcm- | bershld''o?'aboiU IsO at the orcs- ent time. , Last year the" club Incorporat ' fiil ft." Ate Fun The -idea of organizing a club orjgWattid several years ago /fn tht SeKecfl ateav there are fMani' fa;-m«i!s','Who are interested in th: bi-eodirig, raising and riding of f inc. i\o"rses, and as a number of itherti 'already [belonged to sad- dlt clutiS, 1 .but at more distant points,, it was decided to oig&n- izc'dhc-'/elos'cr to hrfme, Tlio Sen- cci .Saddle "club resulted, ' Most /'of the membeis are fron; Sdneca ^.-- township and farm hoinies. ./ ' •• . . feelings are held every othm Su!hday, at which tlrrie the group prjacliccjj riding, roping, flag drills, .musical chair acts, and various' , 'tricks and maneuvers ..{•.Trail ..rides" aie a feature of th V v X h >fi£Mgsi sometfmes the proup' ^Will go 'lo visit other sad' . dle>9lubs, taking picnic lunches altvng, and making a general' 1 good-fellowship day out'.of it ' PromineiHl 'Leaders 'Lester Jensen, --president, is a good e^arriple, of;, the club rh'e'jn- bership. HeJ-hirifiself Raises •reg- isti'ed' nV - SENECA SADDLE CLtiB OFFICERS aie pictured above are, left to ijght, Lester Jensen ( pfresideht; Clarence Osborne Jensen secretary and.treasurd, Dave Lyhch, ACR Quinn, vice president, a£d Jirtt Doocy (Afeo-rta Upper Des Moines Nowsfoto) •- istqi'ed' Anteric^nV paddle-bred horses/ He Jarnhs 440' .acres',: of. wliich 280 are -liis", .pwri ( : ^n& '• Ke' has 37 headf of ''horses;^ on '' the- place now,. He.ahd\'Hls 'falrjily, of scvcn-'.all rid|b.-| fI Jf%^ '•'••:. -•,-..-;i x ; -'•< Dave Lynifh -qf viLonet'liocki'is another fa'rmei% who>;is l-alsb a .• ' • i '•;.-, t ... .}' ,-v •••-.. .. .. . ,. eaUv horseman ' He has five fiding-hor.s'es J?ck QUinhj algo ,qt L6fic ,R6ck, <^Millch Jehsen, 4nd. rfifeny- othqr#, also enjoy thS elub Activities and are key men in-developing the saddle club i'deu Membership Fee Low >Mcmbeiships aie only $1 per person, and" whole families belong. ,, " .Jh, 1945 tne organisation held three'4'Odeos, and thus far this y$&r has, that a week; a'go Sunday ,at» the club's 28-acre grounds eight rniles' : we'st j 'bf, Ban- fcrpft, leased; for-; ten years r : from the; county; : a.t; f. ntjhjlftar rental. .•'• A-bbut-'<..-• $tOO jin} i'jprfizes \yere a,w^rded."tat^:thd rodeo,, and entries '.ca'rrte-VfrDm^.many^ distant points.;?.!<.!/;•; \ttr' : ' : --' : ' ; •• A-Society'H'drse-Show is being Pia,i)^e^ ;fgr;'l^ter'., in; ..the season, T,:# .,' vCoi^e^Anaftry Us For Our Serviqe Loebig's City Service officers said. J Dunng the war, tha club pei- foimed in vaiious drives, turning the Dibcoeds over to Worthy causes Some folks may take to g61f, or fishing, or motoring m the surtmei months, but in the Seneca area it's a Case of "What's the Saddle Club ,douig 7 " Snappy Fish Stories •> JBy fheo. CfechitU Theo -Chrischilles is rdgain handing;put to this -friends 'a'. ; souvenir booklet in which he re-', counts 'the •adventures of an ;A1- gona party of business irien.jwh'o for the past three.summerfe,have, fished in- Lake ofv the; Wo6ds p ;ih' Canada. ; ''Chris",'', ibdk-kfets Vthis year .is the sriap'piiist ^ahd. most interesting.yet piiodliced by him. 'The party .is 'mad&''up''of "Chris," Joe .Lowe, 1 :. Dr;; ^Hoffman, Joe Bloomv, Joe; t Lyrich and Ralph Miller,' and ' in the booklet they are pictured with their strings o^-iWalleyes, northern pike, and bass? ' Ralph Miller is pictured with an eight-pound walleye, the best catch of the party. Other pictures show their, house-boat and scenes on the beautiful lake. The booklet is rich with "Chris" original humorous paragraphs and will be highly valued by his friends who are lucky enaugh to get-a copy. WANT ADS BRINGS .ALOONA UPPER fcCS MOltfES, ALGONA IOWA LAKOTA WOMAN SCALDED WHEN JAR EXPLODES \ Lakota, Aug. 6 — ^rs. mond Winter suffered v a serious accident at home las't' Wednesday. While she was ning green beans,: ; the : tbp ped off a jar and the .boiling' contents covered .her neck, chin, mouth, and ohe arm. Mrs. Winter was alpri9J';but she : drove. ; 'tb. Lakota to see Doctor. WJlllams,, who dressed the burns, ghc ^as then taken to Jerry HcMana's, where she suffered .frohV sh'ock as well as the burns. • - : . Joint Birthday Celebrated— | Mr. and iMrs.kayhidrtji. Becker celebrated a joint .;birth'day JJar- ty Friday, July 26. Thirty-five relatives and friends spent -the evening with them, and' lunch was served. - \ . Former Lakoian in Accident- Friends hero were ' saddened recently by news that Mrs. Milton Allen's daughter.sEnnis," Mrs. Clifford Johnson* arid a ; .-gra.nd- daughter, Mary- Jones, ..'daughter of,.Grace .Allen JOnes, were' Vic- time of-a head-oft 'collision near Clarion. July 24; The Aliens formerly lived in Lakota, and Mrs. Allen was ..telephone operator hereifor several years'. ; ,They :iioW live ; -at Belmohdr- • ., , : - \ ... '' '-i'''i Soldier Gets His Discharge— William ; -.Peterson' Jr., son ' of Mr, arid i M'rs. jWill 'Peterson, southwest 'pf .tovvn, has receive"d his a'rmy :discharge. He came hbme recently, i Boy . Oyercpt^es .Operation— •' Little"' p'aul Westerlund" has ipeiit .most of -.the Summer with 'h}s: miatern'al 'grandparents, Mr. •and ;1 Mrs. Gust Koppen, recovering- from a major operation at '.Rochester. Couple Wed in Nebraska— Marcella Westerlund and' Eldon Heetland left last week Monday f or : Kansas, where they were married. • No .particulars are available" at .present. Silos for Five Farmers— ! Crows of workmen from the Madison Silo Co.. .Winona, Minn., have erected silos on the farms of Gust Koppen* Rufu's Olthoff, Henry Olthoff, Leonard Seifert, nnd Frank Rotte'rmah & Son. . The silos are built df hollow tile brtek.' -••••-'• ; > +SYWA60/ fa . AKMBEROF THE ROCKEFELLER THERE wo?e so MANY REMTIVES BOWSOW FAMLYATA FUUtRAL 2SOS£ATS~ NmE/ww/f OF THE CHURCH/ lrie IMP/AW MOWPSOF flSTERM lO JWPIflMS OF OUR P/OAJEER OMS, WERE flCTU/ltLV BUILT IW THE PREHISTORIC AGE. /?ar# JUMP ISA fanc Jumer Visit From West Benders— Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter; West Bend, and their son Dr. John Schutter, with his. wife, arid little son, were last week Sun- day afternoq . Ed Hildmai> liter Mrs. Jlr threshers Mrs. Tillio ,• the Royal N\ iVomc Mrs. DclboL/arson i ~'ij in =s=, ) <M li . f r EL OF THIS ^^ fs First""" and Only •Y THE MAKERS,OF TftE FAMOUS BEAUTYREST MATTRESS FOSTER'S FURNITURE day guests of Hannah Heetlands. Doctor Schutter, . recently dis- pharged. from service, spent. 18 months 'in the South Pacific. Group Makes Relief Dresses— _ < Emma and Lena Gutknecht, with Mesdames Henry Greerir field, . H. H. Murray, and A. C. Klocke spent last/week Tuesday and '"Wednesday' at Mrs. W. " E. Ley's, doing Red Gross work. They are making girls' dresses for European relief. Poor /Yields of Oats- Threshing was the order of the day last week, but in this vicinity, 'because of hail, the oat crop was poor. ;The Rev: and Mrs. Tube Lonts, Foreston, 111., aae visiting at the Hueh Lewis and Andrew Jansen homes'. • Mrs. William Move? of Swea City, whose death was reported in last week's Advance, was born and reared in this vicinitv. Relatives still living here are the brother Leonard Seibolt, the ro's- •terj/ Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, and, a .cousin, Anna Bauman. • -J t'Thp John. KlposteiB iyerc- ', last IwUk ' Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken and Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, Algona, \yere last week Sunday visitors at Durward Mittag'Si F. G. Torino was a business visitor at Burt last week Wednesday. 01 s at the Wilbur Wirtjes home 1 , ' .-Last week Sunday visitors at Ji E. Telkamp's were Mr. TolkRmo's: sister, Mrs. George Snell, Chokio, 'Minn.. ' with her daueh- tor and the latter's husband Ertle Anderson, . Fort Dodge. Mrs. George L,auner, • Cpliim- btifs.'Np^:, ! "' ! s>>erit : l*rst week at her sister MrSr-Ray- Smith's. — • ; vBillie, , son of .-Mr,' and Mrs. Marvin '*g^um; Aines," left for home vja''''J5vis from Forest City Friday, .ajfter six weeks at Uncle Jtlarl -Patterson's;., .near Swea 'Dity,',the.;uncle Clarence Baum's, Blue E,artffi, "and the paternal *£ andf athetoWilliam -Baum's," La- kOta. '.-J4 ' , - f : Editor *«lgar Inlay and his family drove to Cresco Sunday, July 28, for a visit with the Earl Grabaus. Mr, Grabau was superintendent of the Lakota school several, yeajrs.-- ' Jane Steenhard », spent' several i^ays last w%cek visiting her' par- jnts Mr. and; Mrs. John Steenhard . and -(tther relatives. She is smployed ', • ''by the .Waderich Printing .Co., Fort Dodge'. Merryman Ate Own Sweet Corn, July 8 Well, here's another entry for the "First • Sweet Corn , of the Season" title. After reading where Rev. John Clyde had sv/cet corn from his own garden, July 17, J. I. Merryman reports that HE had sweet corn of his own on July fi, or nine days earlier than Rev. Clyde. Mrs. Dwight Hardgrove of Fort Dodge had some July 14, and W. T. Kennedy, of Burt prospered 'likewise by July 15, hut MY. Merryman's date of July 8th still stands—unless someone can better ,the mark. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Continued from page 4 ',' ' porntf-rt Tjiwii-»r Wesley, Kos- •• •t»,NtiHiith' Coiinly, lo\v.ii,."v .... ' al".lux 1 sale on or nliout tile 7th day ol Ue'-'einluM',' • 1III12.. iiudeV Jhe provinions i.-! •,«ei'tion« T-'iTi. 7233 1)1, of the Code- of Icnvu, (ln.sfrc.s to dispose of this property, nnd Is iiinihlo to realize I lie full ainoniit staled in tax stile certificate Number Hull], ineliidluK 'all eu- eoiHelnenls of mih.swiueut fc'enernl taxes interest and costs, and WIFKUKAS. the lltiinl of Supervi sors of KoHsulh ('oiinty, Iowa, askei the eoiisoiil nf all-llix-levyiiiK hedles li asHi^ K.alu (M.'rtifleate iNunibLr liOIH t':.r a II'-KII KIIIII tluiii the aiuoiint of out- sUniilliij,' taxes, pi'iiaKIOs. aii<l interest, and t * WIIKIIKAS. W. A. llyan- of Titonka Iinvti, .has ol'fwri'd to Kossnlli (.'oiinly Inwii, the sum of .fllT.SI cash, the fill) aiiK.iiut of tin- ijoiioral taxi'H, for its lule:e*t in said tux sala certificate, anil . ' ' \VI-IKKKAS, the snld offer Is the liesi offer made for Knld tux sale certificate nnd this limiril of Supervisors censeuts and approves of Hie assign mont of said certificate for this c-f- fer and all of the other tax-levying and tax certifying bodies having an interest In snld general taxes nave given tueli written aproval to assign said tax sale <ei tll'lcate, which approval and eon senls iii-i- now on.flic and made a purl hereof liy. reference, and \VIlli!ltKAS, It Is for the best In- (eresls of the. said County that the said offer lie accepted. NOW 'I'HHUIOI-'OUI-: UK IT ItlOHOL- VKH by the lioiird of Supervisors of Kossiilh (-'oiinty, lown, that L. ,1. Im- n.erfall, (.'cunty Auditor of Kossutli > <£ * 0 Becayae it's fw electronic— • not merely •electric — Wft?»keti. Siwrooiw. brings you powfort and safety- features never Jmown \ t You choose ^yow own feywte tern- a deep , BegarfUesi of weather, tip Simmons temperature^ all night—can't 'get too cool, can't get too warm, Safe; even when 4smp., (Approved by, Underwriters' JUboratories, In^,, and Ai»erican€nstitute of Laundering.) And even in event of, accidental damage, an electronic i^ety tube cwts ! current. WaAa,We, of course. Beautiful convenient, top* In $y$ pastel stadee; Ros^, Cedar, Peach, Blue, Ctrien, ' V auj Center Se^w roulily. Town, In 1 ninl he IH hereby' Jin- Iliorlwil ninl ilii-fi.'lwl in iinslgn"piu<1 lux snip crrtJJ'k'itto to \V. A. Hyiin.fln<l (IHtviT snini 1 In iihn on ro<:uipl pf lUc .sum c>r $117.Ml ™»h. UK IT I'M'KTllEU ItM.SOf.VKlV, 'J'hiil tin' iixslKiniiPiit of Hnlil Inx snip roi'tl- fk-iilo liiivlnit nmv liccn i.Tilcrcil,, It. 'Is inTi'ii.v n|ipi l»y I ho Itonnl of &u- pri'viRors of KosMilh County, lowji^iriiil tlwl Its, npiirnviil |ji> xiin-nil 11)1011 liio mlmilos will! Ilin yi-n unit liny VO'te thereon. 'J'lii; vote Ilicreon resulting; us follows: Ayes: Supervisors ,1. If. Frflscr, W.A. Heliriim. .1. K. (Jiilnn. M. I.. .fiilin- KIJII miH W. 10, Mrl>'>!i:i!il. rhiiinnni). Those vofinjr nny wi>rr: Ni/ne. \\"lifi'i'ii|inii lln- riinlrimin docljirof] Hie motion curried ninl the resolution ilulv pnM.sed jutil inlupteil this l."itli tiny nr .Inly, 1010. Mollnn niiiile liy fjiiiiin nml 2nd by Selinim thill till! !'(,•! I owl UK lU'Suliltlull hi; adopted: It K S 0 I, IJ T I O N \VHKIIKAS, nn ilnli- or Mny lutli, 1!HH, lienrliiit (in [lie I'l'IKion for the estjihllshinent of drniiiiipx' district Numlier 180 \vns set for ilnte of August 1st., ]!>!«,'nl -':«> (•'clock I'. M., (/f siild diiy lit the Court House fit. Algona, liossulfi Cotinly. In(vn. mid the County Auditor of Ki.'ssulh Comity, lo\vn, directed ID puldlsli noli™ uncording In law In the Kossiilh Comity Advmieo. ji pnper nf tfcnernl rimihitioii In the Cniiiil-y, nnd \VI1KHKAS, m/ilee (if siiid lieu ring IVHS piilillshed on diile nf .Inly I. .Itltli, lint through error nnd oversight'it WHS not published by said pnper Hie following week nnd therefore falls to comply I lie law In giving nrtipij notlen to nil limit ii*-ners, tefinmil ftn'd Hen holders nnd others In Brild pf* pnsert drnlnflgo iHslrlet. NOW TIIKUKFOUK UK IT IlESOL- VKId Tlmt date of hearing oil snlrf Petition he fixed ff.T the Oth ddy Of September, A. I)., inm, to lie held ftt the Court House nt Algonfl, town, n't l!:0fl o'clock P. M., of snld day Slid I Inn Hie County Aflnttor of KossutH Connly, town, be itnd lie Is now dlrcccu to publish notice of frnlil hearing na prescribed by Inw In the Algnnn tippet lies Molnnx. n nowxpapcr of general eirciilntlMi In KoHKtith County, ntib- lislied nt A'lKono, lowii, Raid plibllCil* lion to lie for two consecutive weeks, I he lust of snld publication to be Hot less Ilinn twenty (20) dnys prior to dute of said hewing on nnld Petition us provided under Section 7440 And Section 7^1 of tlip 10!»n Code at lowiU The vote thereon resulting ns follows: Avos: Supervisor*! .T. II. Frnser, W. A. Sclimin, J. 1''. Qillhn, M. I/. .lohnson nnd \V. 10. iMeDonald, Clmlr- ninii. Those voting nay were: None. Whereupon the Chairman dcelnrcd I he motlC'ii carried and the resolution duly passed and adoplctl tills lotb (lajr of .Inly, 1114(1. On motion ndjoiirnment wns I (iked until S:(K» o'clock A. M., August 1, 11)10. W. K. JfeDONALD, Clmlrmiin, lioard of Supervisors, ATTKST: \j. .T. 1MMKIU-'ALI>, County Auditor. EXTRA DUTY WORK SHOES • Choice of leather or cord sole. ( • Expert Goodyear Welt Construction. • Grain leather insoles. • Tough, pliable retail uppers. • Extra long wear. Our Price This Week *» Only . .. An Actual -• $6.00 Value Of her Work Shoe Values Sizes 8»/4 lo 12 79 4 $O49 ^-lo f O ITtlCEU UELOW OI'A CELLlNfc ; . '• Featuring Falls Newest Fashion Successes in... Do justice lo your feet, your moods, jrqur costumes, Slip •your feel into these classic black Fprett Park Show. Featuring , , t *. (ling pujmp iff Wa<* flnljr, 8i«e| to 10, Widilu AM W P, ** ^ V , . ' 4 ~" li »'»«^^^' 1 ^te^'s

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