The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Beg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 23,1933 HOWARD KAYSER, MRS. MIKE BRASS, OF ST. JOE COMMUNITY, DIED RECENTLY ITwo Year-old Victim of Ruptured Appendix; Mrs. Brass Rites Saturday St. Joe: Howard Joseph Kayser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, died Monday morning, November 13th at the Kossuth hospital in Algona of a ruptured Hppendlx. Howard was born March 2. 1931, and was 2 years, 8 months and 11 days old. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock with Rev. Father Theobald officiating and Interment was in St. Joseph cemetery. Pall bearers were Richard Thul, Martin Eischen, Richard ReiJing and Marcell Reding. He is survived by his parents, maternal grandmother, Mrs. John Anthony and three brothers and one sister, Verona, Herbert, Albin and Robert and many other relatives. Relatives from a distance who attended the funeral were Casper Kayser and daughter, Juliana from Owatonna, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips of Claremont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen and sons, Edward, Erwin and Martin of Cylinder, John Kayser of Fort Dodge, Mrs. John Anthony and Mrs. John Nauman of Sherrels Mount and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anthony of Dubuque. Mrs. Brass Passes The community was fchockcd last Thursday morning, November 16th, when they learned of the death of Mrs. Mike Brass, who passed away shortly after four o'clock a. m., at her home northeast of St. Joe. , Catherine Mallinger was born August 2, 1847, at Ollle, Iowa, and was 50 years, 3 months and 14 days of age at the time of death. On April 4, 1893, at Harper, Iowa, she was married to Michael Brass and they moved to the St. Joe vicinity, having lived here ever We Do Our Part- • With the greatest amount of sympathy and understanding we render a "service" to bereaved families, with the full knowledge that the "last tribute" must harmonize with the financial status of the family as well as the desire that such "service" be in keeping with the pleasant memory of the deceased. We feel that we know your needs—when you need us most, consultation gladly given. I LAIRD Funeral We Are in the Service of Others Phone 521-W Algona, Iowa. since. She is survived by her husband, four daughters, Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, Mrs. Adam Kramer, Mrs Dennis Wagner and Mrs. Mike Klsch 12 living grandchildren and one dead two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Margaret Kohlhaas, Mrs. Kasper Kohlhaas P.nd Frank Mallinger of Richland, Iowa Funeral services were held Saturday morning at nine o'clock at the St. Joseph church. Interment was in St Joseph cemetery. Pall bearers were Ralph Kramer, Vernon Kramer, Andrew Kramer, Conrad Kohlhaas, Henry KohlhtiHs and Julius Gappa. Those attending the funeral from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mcurer, of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Jofin Gappa and Isadore Gappa of Emmetsburg, Mrs. John Mallinger, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mallinger and Minnie Mallinger, nil from Ollle and John Brass from Brushvale, Minn. Mrs. Chris Gales spent a few days the first of last week at the Peter Thilges home. Marcella Thill from Whittemore, spent the past week at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. Raymond Kramer left for Wlnfred, South Dakota Tuesday to attend the wedding of a relative. FURS Another Showing of Marshall & Swift's high grade Fur coats, Jackets and Scarfs. They need no introduction to Algona patrons. Many others to choose from. Get that fur coat NOW. Terms May be Arranged. Genuine Laskin Lamb Coats $56-00 Northern Seal $95.00 up Muskrat $115,00 up Caracul, high grade $175.00 up Ariana Otter $200-00 Hudson Seal ___ ___$250.00 Alaska Seal __ $350.00 Many others to choose from. Terms May be Arranged. Get that for coat now. Martha Becker, second daughter of 1 tfr. and Mrs. George Becker, was sick the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard capesius and amily of Irvlngton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capeslus. Alvln Klein started work Monday at the Peter Erpelding home. He plans on remaining there for the winter. John Capeslus of Algona spent several days the past week out on the farm with his son, Julius Capesius. Mrs. William Buttemore and daughters, Augusta of West Bend were week end visitors at the John Origer home. Edward Stattleman and friend of Clayton, Minn., visited at the Joe Stat- tleman and George Schaller homes last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Thilges and fam- , ..... „„_,.. ily spent one evening the past week se ££aj "^ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius I f everai _?*?* Capesius. Nick Bormann, Jr., Henry Geishecker and Peter Erpelding drove to Webster City Friday where they attended a live stock sale. Adolph Fuhrmann and Andy Esi- pland from Bode dro where Mr. Fuhrmann Plymouth sedan. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller and 'amily were Sunday vsitors at the Hiram Rles home near Gllmore City. Mrs. Ries is a sister of Mrs. Schaller. Another card party will be given next Sunday night, Nov. 26th, in the St. LAKOTA NEIGHBORS USE THE GOLDEN RULE; HUSK CORN FOR ILL FRIENDS E. A, Wortman, Frnak Tryon, Mrs. Dick Heyes, Ben Geerdes Aided Lakota: A little of the old time spirit and golden rule have been put into practice in the vicinity here lately. On account of the Illness of E. A. Wortman a husking bee was held at his home last Wednesday. A bee was also held at the home of Prank Tryon, who has . been in poor health for the past several months. The week before a Use was held at the home of Mrs. Dick Heyes, whose husband passed away several months ago. And a number rom here attended a bee at the Ben 3eerdes home between here and Buffa- o Center. Mr. Geerdes has been ser- ously ill for several months and Is now iust able to be up and around. a new Joseph's parish hall. Mrs. Herman Plathe is the chairman of the serving committee. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding and son, Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard De- 'ine and son, Richard were Sunday ev- ning supper guests at the John Weydert home near Algona. Mother Theodore and Sister Mary Concordla visited with the Sisters in it. Joseph school a few days last week. Mrs. Peter Bruer and Miss Anna Meyer were Bancroft visitors last week Thursday. The Acorn club will entertain this week Thursday at the home of Mrs. I. , Wortman. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and their daughter, Elaine were visitors at Algcna ast Thursday. Mrs. W. E. Ley and her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler were calling on relatives near Algona last Wednesday. A few friends were invited to the A. T. Buckels home Friday evening and pent the time visiting and dancing. The Stanley Keith family and Mrs. Clara Dalton, were up from Algona, ast Sunday calling on friends In this icinlty. Mrs. Erwin Schwietert of Burt spent ek at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baum. Miss Arlene Lewis was up from Lu- Verne, where she teaches school, to spend the week end at the parental C. R. Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buckels and son I of Boone spent Friday and Saturday ' at the home of the A. T. Buckels family. The gentlemen are brothers. Mrs. Fred Park of Algona, accompanied by Mrs. Guy Hart of Bancroft Were here one day last week visiting at the Frank Miller and Wade Ball homes. Ernest Wortman has been quite ill State of Minnesota Department of Agriculture "No person living In Minnesota today, nor any other person who has lived In Minnesota of whom 1 know anything, has done so much in the state to Induce our farmers to engage in raising of alfalfa as has 'Alfalfa Hutch.' He is one of the most successful alfalfa campaigners and promoters I ever knew. He knows alfalfa and he knows how to induce farmers to engage in raising it."—J. H. Hay, Deputy commission, er. The Man About Town Says the past two weeks suffering from a severe attack of quinsy, and Mrs. Wortman was also on the sick list last week. A few friends were invited to the Wm. Baum home Wednesday evening to play bridge. A lovely lunch was served the guests at the close of the evening. Mrs. Henry Ennen was on the sick list last week. Miss Ruth Olthoff spent Friday morning they left for Ban. the week there assisting with the croft, Father Theobald taking them up. f house work, she returned home Satur- Mrs. John Frtders was hostess to a Riverdale township project meeting on Friday, November 17th. This was an all day meeting. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Next meeting will be held next-month at the home of Mrs. Joe McNelll. Banns of matrimony were published in St. Joseph's church for Clarence Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kramer and Viola Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips from Claremont, Minn. (An error inthe above , item last week was not our conespond- 'tnts but our own). j day evening, The many friends of Mrs. John Steenhard and Henry Geerdes extend their sympathy to them at this time. Their father, Henry Geerdes, 8r., passed away at his home In Buffalo Center last week, and the funeral services The football boys ban; canvas on the east fence of the park Sunday In an effort to get all those parking on the outside to come In. Not to be outdone the people drove their shiney new cars upon the Northwestern platform and witnessed the game from there. There are exceptions for those who cannot afford the price of admission but the folks driving good cars are poor town boosters. A football team Is an asset and a business proposition and should be treated as such. * * * One of the lesser grade teachers at the Bryant had her class make imitation log cabins out of cornstalks at home, when time came for Inspection the teacher, finding no door in the one made by Maynard Guderian, ask| ed how he was to get inside. To her astonishment Maynard replied, "You just keep going 'round and 'round until you get all in." * • * Bernard Green of the Wilson bakery accompanied another employee to a farm while he got his car which was parked there. The owner of the car aroused the family to inform them that he wanted his car and in the mean time Bernard went to the garage, turned on the car lights and took a seat In the car with his overcoat i covering his head. Bernard relates I that the poor fellow turned white with fear and it was some time before he "came to" when he discovered a man silently .sitting in his car in the dark. * • * One of 4Ae best compliments of the season was heard the other day when a party of politicians were discussing the ability of Alf Kresensky. He was considered to be one of the best students of political and economic problems of the day. well, Alf should make a good state representative or senator, * * * A prize well worth having belongs to a young high school boy who Is the town's correspondent for the Fort Dodge Messenger, when Governor Herring was here on court matters a few weeks ago the young fellow approach- talhi* some encouragement for a boy starting in the newspaper business. * » • Charlie Lehman at the Ford garage lost a point in salesmanship' when a good customer was receiving a few of Charlie's genial pats upon the back. Unbeknown to Charlie the customer had a sore back and suffered severely when, the good will hand came In touch with the distressed nerves. * * * It goes to show that doctor's judgment Is sometimes no better than his patients. Dr. janse is supplying friends with cigarettes because he picked Purdue to beat Iowa. He should team up with Harry Godden, the man who picks winners against odds. Will find out hew Leon Merrltt Is going and try to have three work In harmony —at least for their own good. • • * Yon can't keep a good man down. Justice HI White has his Thanksgiving turkey bought and paid for. His beer was supplied by his good Judgment free. How about the cranberry sauce? • • * Nellie Stetaman at the Silver Grey answered the telephone in response to an Invitation out. she turned It down and later found out that the other employees had framed on her. It was lot of fun but Nellie is making them pay for It. » » « Famous last line—How much is the market value of your Drake estate? LAKOTA NEWS The Theo. Oswald family of Whittemore were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Oswald's cousin, Mrs. Peter Bruer. Guests Sunday at the wade Ball home were Mr. and Mrs. Nelmer Mattson of Buffalo center, and the Leonard Christ family and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and two daughters. The Presbyterian Ladles 1 Aid are planning on having a bazaar and supper on Dec. 9th, at the church basement. The M. E. Ladles are having their bazaar and suppper this week. Mr. and Mrs. Netters of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, were last Saturday call, ers at the C. R. Lewis home. The Netters roomed at the Lewis home at the time the paving was being put in. time the paving was being put in. A miscellaneous shower was given last Thursday evening at the Peter Koppen home In honor of their granddaughter, Miss Genevieve Koppen, who is to be married in the near future. A large crowd was present and the bride to be received many lovely presents. • The hunting season for pheasants lust Friday and Saturday took the toll of more than Just pheasants. At the Bert Patterson home a cow was struck by a car and when they were skinning the animal it was found it had also been shot. Rev. Frerking's little dog was also fatally shot while out with hunters. Ahrends Hans' horses broke of the pasture and came over onto the paving where some of them were struck and cut by being hit by cars. Ihey were taken to the J. A. Meyer Jarm where they are being cared for by Dr. P. C. Qeilenfeld. LONG'S FOOD SHOP Our shipment of 1933 Buckwheat Mour direct from New York state to Long's. If you like your Buckwheat Cakes be sure and use this flour. BEING US YOUR EGGS, IT PAYS' Our Meats are Treats. Get your Miss Mary Christmas coupons at our store. PJWJV &WWVWVWWWI were held last Thursday at the Re- ed the governor and received his auto- formed church at that place. graph. That's not a bad start and cer- r WWYVVWWVWWVVWWVWWWYVW^ FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER ,24c PILLSBURY'S Suow Sheen Flour pkg. 27c CAMAY SOAP cakes 25c OXYDOL Large D If White I . Of U. Napt i Ja W O-oz. SEMINOLE^ HERSHEY'S ( Cotton Soft issue A rolls of OC * 1,000 sheets™ 11 ' OCOA Mb. can 15c CALUMET * AjaNG KARO I!IUJ: lb 'OWDEJJ 23c ^ Jt 5-lb. LABEL lb 27c ean*- 11 BROWN SUGAR lb. 5c IELI0 ALL JLLLU FLA AVORS pkg. , 5c C. & II. CANE 25 11). bag $1.25 . bag$4.83 BEET SUGAR, 10 lb. bag 45c, 25 lb. bag $1.20, 100 lb. bag $4.03 POWDERED SUGAR, 4 Ibs 25o SUNBRITE CLEANSER, 3 cans lOc HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE, '/, lb. 16c BED CIRCLE COFFEE, 2 Ibs 35c BED ONIONS, 60 lb. bag 69c CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING WESLEY NEWS Miss Lucille Kunz and a group of friends drove to Mason City Friday ev- elng to visit her friend and classmate, Miss Lillian Studer who is still confined to the Mercy hospital following an accident on Oct. 2. Her condition is mprovlng but she expects to remain in the hospital for perhaps three weeks more. Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter, local chairman, assisted by Mrs. George Aldrich, members of the American Legion Auxi- lary of Wesley, have finished their drive for Red Cross members and donations with the result that 26 members have signed up for the 1934 season. Donations amounted to (7.49, making a total of $33.49 collected. Mrs. John Mallinger, Mr. and Mrs. tfatt Mallinger, all of OHie, and Miss Minnie Mallinger of Richland were the nests Monday night and until Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Wallinger's niece, Mrs. J. T. Meurer. They had also attended the funeral of Mrs. Malllnger's sister-in-law, Mrs. Ml- :hael Brass, at St. Joe. Saturday morn- :ng. Twenty-five young lady friends of Miss Hertula Wolf were present Saturday afternoon for the mlscellan- ous bridal shower given in her honor at her home by several of her near friends. Hertula received many nice (rifts which she will prize in her new home. The guests brought well filled baskets and a most delicious lunch was enjoyed. Mrs. Loyal Young entertained at Bunday dinner honoring her mother, Mrs. J. D. Andrews, In celebration of her birthday which fell on Thursday, Nov. 16. Those present, for the birthday dinner included the Youngs, the J. D. Andrews, the Ted Hoovers, Howard Andrews and Van Hansen families, al- FO her sister, Mrs. Carrie Bakkie and daughter, Mrs. Lucille Reed of Mallard. Miss Ida Young, Miss Alice Hill and Julius Kunz, Jr.. entertained a group of younir men and women at a birthday , party honoring Dorothy Kraus at the i Kraus home Saturday night. Others at | i he party Included the Misses Lewlne Kunz, Helen Franzen, Maurlne Hanson &nd Johnnette Looft and the Messrs. ] Donald Kraus, Bernard Erdman, John ] Froehllch. Clarence DeBoer, Robert Lawson and Enar Franzen. Miss Margaret Looft, Instructor of home economics In the public school and her pupils entertained the school faculty and members nf the school board and their wives at a seven o'clock banouet at the school house Tuesday evening of last week. Following the three course banquet, bridge was played at four tables with high prizes being awarded to Mrs. I, A. Gerdes and L. L. Lease. Those seated at the long banquet table included supt. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley, coach Roger Willert, Principal Helen Reimer, Miss Candace Packard, Miss Margaret McDonnell, Miss Esther Beck, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ba-aley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdes and Mrs. V. A. Dlekmann. Demonstration— And Special Sale of Fidelity Pancake Flour, Big Sioux Cookies and Butternut Coffee. SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH Pancakes served 1 to 5 p. m., and 7 to 9 p. m. Children with parents served any time, children without their parents served from one to two p. m. only. Come and sample cookies, eat pancakes and drink Butternut Coffee with us. White's Grocery Winter Supplies For Cars and Trucks A sure Starter, double guarantee, ask us about Diller Batteries Competitive Price Always, HEATERS for all cars. ALCOHOL, denatured, 188 degree proof, we meet anybody's price, plus better quality. RADIATORS for all cars. TTMKEN and New Departure bearings for all cars, trucks, tractors. We carry a complete line. Save time and money when in need of bearings, GLASS, replacement service, auto glass service and window lights our specialty, HIDES AND FURS Highest market price paid for Hides and Furs. Closed season on muskrats. JOE GREENBERG fwwvwvvwwvwwwwvwvw ALFALFA Is a benefactor to you, your farm, your live stock and your county. WELCOME to the Alfalfa Day Prcv gram in Algona Nov. 24 We believe in cooperation and planned economic production on the farm. Our chief interest, always, is the welfare of our own Kossuth county. Phone 118 Algona, Iowa, Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa Directors: John Prankl, M. P. Haggard, L. E. L1"in", J, o. Mawdsley and J. P. Overmyer. Officers: R. H. Miller, Pres.; H. R. Cowan and N. B, Smith, Vlee President; H. L. Gllmore, Cashier; P. L. McMahon, Asst. Cashier. • get your money's worth in cleaning Be assured honest, thorough work. There Is no dUTtculty In distinguishing It. Colors are brightened—sparkle and lustre added to silks—woolens come back with a sort, up-llft nap—each garment Is carefully hand spotted. When you compare prices—compare quality. ELK Cleaners and Tailors Phone Delivery service.

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