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•MM The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, May 6,1937 LAKOTA FACULTY ALLTORCTURN Supt. Qrabau To Return For Tenth Year At Lakota Lakota: The Lakota school teaching faculty will be the same as last year as all have been proffered contracts and have accepted. They are: first and second, Florence Householder; third and fourth, Helen Awe; fifth and sixth, Luella Shaw; seventh and eighth, Clara Chlpman; home economics, Olene Larson; music director, Mary TPm- pleton; principal. Alton Anderson: superintendent, Earl Grabau. This is Mr. Graubau's tenth year in that capacity. the Krosch car ran into the rear of another car that was going slowly without a rear light. Mr. Krosch had several ribs broken and was bruised. Mrs. Krosch suffered head injuries and bruises. One daughter had a broken arm and the other had four lower teeth knocked out and a large piece cut out of her lower lip. All were taken to a hospital in Fairmont. Mr. nnd Mrs. Krosch were unconscious for several hours. Mr. Krosch is a road contractor and engineer at Fairmont. Mrs. Krosch is a sister of Mrs. Otto Stenzel, who lives in Spring-field township. The occupants of the other car were not seriously injured. BROTHER OF HENRY BOEVERS OF FENTON DIES IN GALENA, ILL. day. He has been able to sit up the pnst week and satisfactorily. is recovering Frank I.pwis, Pro*. Presbyterian church board held its annual election of officers last week Monday night and all officers were re-elected: Frank Lewis, as president; Jake Telcamp. vice president; Chnrles Gutknecht, secretary; and I. E. Wortman, treasur- Chosen 4-H Delegate Elizabeth Rahmstock was hostess to the Ledyard township 4-H club girls. They had a lesson in Curtains Suitable for a Girl's Room, studied the music memory selections and worked on their calendars. Elizabeth Rahmstock was chosen as club delegate to attend the 4-H club convention to be held In Ames June 16. Injured in Accident A serious accident occurred re cently as Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Krosch and two daughters were driving to their home near Fair mont from Minneapolis. Visibilit: was poor owing to rain and fog and STOCK FARMS Several near here 160 acres—320 acres $40 to $60 per acre Small down payment Long time on balance See These NOW MCDONALD & Co. Algona, Iowa Phone 125 A daughter was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson, southwest of town. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton spent Sunday afternoon visiting friends at Swen City. The Joe Loos family spent Sunday with their daughter and family, the Louis Stenzels. The John Alberts near Swea City spent Sunday at the Henry Pattersons. The women are sisters. Mrs. Joe Faulkner who has been seriously ill the past ten days, is reported much the same and is still bedfast. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Worley's mother. Mrs. M. H. Bailey at Mason City. Messrs, and Mesdames Otto Stenzel, Louis Stonzel and Joe Loos drove to Sherburn, Minn., last week Sunday to attend the silver wedding of Mr. Loos' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Loos. Mrs. Lars Reisem. northeast of town, went to Mason City last week, where she entered Park hospital for an operation. Mrs. Reis- em has not been well for several years and suffers much from heart trouble. Mesdames Samuel Warburton. A. T. Buckels, Otto Koppen and Clyde Thaves were hostesses to the social meeting of the Methodist Aid at the church Friday afternoon. Mrs. Delia Smith will entertain the Aid at the regular business meeting, May 12. Hans Beenken, who has been rltically ill the past several weeks, ufferlng with blood poisoning, was able to be brought home from he Buffalo Center hospital, Sun- Norman Frcrking. Meriam Heet land nnd Mrs. G. C. Hoch, Dubuque left Sunday for Dubuquey Mrs Hoch, a sister of Mrs. Frerking came to attend the silver wedding of the Frerkings, and Norman am Meriam enjoyed a short vacation from school duties. The Lakota Presbyterian Christian Endeavor young people were guests of-tlic Algona Kndeavor at a roller skating party at Titonka, on Friday evening. Eighty-five young people from the two towns enjoyed the event. The Rev. Frerking and the Rev. Carlson chaperones. acted as Chicks A Good Healthy Start in Life- Feed Swift's Chick Mash Come in and buy your Swift's Baby Chicks and take home Swift's Chick Mash. Then you will be on your way to a successful poultry season. Order Your Swift's Baby Chicks Now Swift & Company Algona, Iowa SUBSCRIPTION RECORDS Renewals Wm. Hardcopf, LuVerne. A. M. Lemkee, Irvington. G. E. Hayne, Algona, Rt. 1. Irving Applegate, Corwith. E. T. Burbank, Algona. Mrs. Jacob Winkel. Algona, rt. 2. John Steenhafd, Lakota. L. C. Hutchins, Algona, Rt. 1. S. A. Gardner. Algona, Rt. 2. A. R. Gardner, Algona, Rt. 1. Roy Keen. Algona, Rt. 2. Margaret Dorweiler, Lewistown, Mont. J. W. Worby, LuVerne. Arthur Larson, Britt. Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Algona. Otto J. Borchardt. Fenton. S. D. Wilson. Algona. Harry Baker, Algona. F. B. Seeley. Algona. F. L. McMahon. Algona. Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, Algona Vic Parsons, Algona. R. H. Miller, Algona. J. M. Moore, Algona. Nick Thilges, Bode. Cliff Aalfs, Algona. New Geo. Benschoter, Whittemore. Wm. Liesener, Whittemore. Mrs. Sadie Frankl, Algona. D. J. Goeders, Sexton. Security State Bank, Algona Claude Samson, Algona G. J. Gutknecht, Livermore Victor Hammer, Ottawa. Minn. Mrs. M. W. Ferguson, Algona. T. L. Link, Algona. Mrs. H. M. Bocker, Algona. E. R. Collinson. Botna, Iowa. Roy Buenger, West Bend. Arthur Wildin, Rt. 1, Algona. Henry C. Nelson. Algona Don Blanchard, Montgomery, Ala. Was 75 Years Old; Pun eral Services On' Wednesday Fenton: Henry Boevers of Fenton received a telegram Monday stating that his brother, John C. Boevers, 75, died that morning at his home in Galena, III., following a long illness. Mr. Boevers, the youngest of the Boever family was a prominent attorney, and at one time was judge from that state. He and his family visited Fenton nnd Algona and West Bend relatives last fall. Besides his wife and two children he is survived by his brother, Henry and sister, Mrs. Philip Weisbrod of Fenton; George Boevers of Algona and William Boevers of Oklahoma, and n sister Mrs. Lena Pierce of Dwlght, III. Funeral was held on Wednesday at Galena. Hebron News Built For the Big Heavy Jobs For almost a century there lias i>eea nothing but praise for Oliver'* fine threshers—the popular Red River line. For the big, heavy jobs, the 32 x 56 Oliver Red River Special is in a flush by itself. Here's the Guest, fastest, cleanest thresher in the •world today. It is built around (he famous four thrcsh- eruieu—the Big Cylinder—Man Behind The Gun— Steel Winged Bea I er—and (dating Shakers—that team up together to put those extra bushels into tlm sacks or wagon box. Experienced thre«horin<-ii like Olitt-r lied Ititer ma- clyneb. Whether you have been threshing fur a long time, or are just considering owning a thresher, come in ami let us tell you tthat a profitable imestiucul the Oliver Red River Special 32 x 56 really is! Carl Matheson was busy hauling hay last Friday. Mr». Bertha Bonn waa quite alck the first of the week. Mrs. Gust NeUon spent Friday night with Mrs. A. K. Anderson. Albln Nelson helped Adrian Hauskin with some fencing last Friday. Otis Midthun accompanied his cattle to Albert Lea last Thursday. Olaf Fjetland and family were Friday evening visitors at the Geo. Smiths. Miss Agnes Haugen was an over night visitor at the John Badjes last Monday. Quite a little rain fell the past week and the farmers did not get into their fields. Caryle Matson was an over night visitor with his grandparents last Tuesday night. Mr, and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent Friday at the Adrian Hauskina. Ed fciimser has been busy with putting some galvanized steel on the Seibolt barn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson and Signe Nelson were in Algona on business recently. Mr. and Mrs. Oddin Engum, Leo and Audrey spent last Sunday at the Otis Midthuns. Will Franke, Leonard and Carl Anderson drove to Algona Tuesday on some business. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson and Milford spent last Friday night at the Adrian Hauskins. Albert and Ruth Nelson attended a school picnic near Lakota of one of their friends last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson and Aria and Clifford Legried spent last Sunday with the Oscar Frandles. Mrs. Otis Midthun and Irene attended the L. S. D. R. at South Blue Eartli Church last Saturday. Ben Hauskin attended the sale on the farm which he recently pur- chaaed near Alden, Minn., last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Selrner Mathe.son and family visited Sunday at the Henry Boc-ttcher home near Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mras. J. T. i Remodeling Home Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod moved Friday into their new garage where they will live until their dome which is being remodeled, will be finished. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- »ur Holldorf and family moved on Monday Into the Weisbrod home vhich they recently purchased. Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause enter| talned at a birthday dinner Sunday ' in honor of Mr. Krause's father, Herman Krause. Guests were Mrs. Herman Leudtks, Sr., Bertha Kres- sln, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause, all of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krueger of Watertown, Wis. Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Halnzinger became parents of a 9 pound son, Monday. This Is their first child. Dr. J. A. Mueller was in charge, assisted by Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod. nlng to Sunday evening at the W J. Weisbrod, C. F. C. Laage and J A. Schwartz homes. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zumach of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe and Mr. and Mrs Floyd Torgerson and son, Larry, oi Bode, autoed to Eldora Sunday where they attended dinner and baptism of Mr. and Mrs. Arnftlc Zumach's daughter, Lou Ann. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey entertained Saturday afternoon In honor of her daughter, Ruth Ellen's sixth birthday anniversary. Guests were Mary Alice Gibbons of Whittemore, Mary Georgia Newel, Charlotte Rledel, Anna Rae Weisbrod, Jimmy Holldorf, Ward Ruske and Sidney Bruce Humphrey. Ottosen Ladies Hold Farewell For Neighbor Ottosen: The Community Ladies' Aid held a farewell party for Mrs. Hawthorne Saturday afternoon at the church parlors. The afternoon was spent socially and delicious refreshments were served. The aid presented Mrs. Hawthorne with a gift. 11 Pound Son An eleven pound son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Sigurd Olesor* north of town, on Monday. April 26th. He was named Todd Lee. Mrs. Percy Watnem visited relatives at Bode, Saturday afternoon. Miss Myrtle Henrikson visited rlends at Nevada over the week ind. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer were Sunday dinner guest at Humboldt Mrs. Fred Lenz and sons of Rodman visited at the Tom Olson home Monday. Mrs. M. Longseth and family were shoppers at Fort Dodge on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinseth visited at the Hadeen home in Bradgate, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and daughters were Fort Dodge shoppers Saturday. Mary Jane Hofius spent the week end with her grandmother, Mrs. Bacon in Algona. Mrs. Herman Ludwig of West Bend visited her mother, Mrs. Rena Enockson, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson and family of Clarion visited at the Erick Dahl home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wehrspann of Dubuque spent the week end at the W. H. Wehrspann home. Elmer Wehrspann, who teaches in LuVerne, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Holt and son, Marvin, of Clear Lake. South Dakota, visited at the Peter Holt home over the week end. Miss Blanche Henrikson, who is a teacher in the Lone Rock school spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson. Portland Twp. tfttarfrtepepiyesrt Paul Beck is visiting at the John Kramer home. It is reported in Fenton that Mrs. Joe Nellis of Waterloo Is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe were Estnerville visitors Friday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Yager returned last week from a four months' vacation In Florida. The William Meyer family of Lotts Creek spent Sunday at the parental August Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters, Alvlna and Ruth, were Fairmont shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch moved! The Dwight Potters of Swea City ' spent Sunday at the Howard Clarks The Ted Rtngsdorfs spent Friday evening at the Ranny Putz home. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill visited Dr. and Mrs. Wallace, Algona, Friday. The Everett Shiplers were Sunday dinner guests at the August Schipulls. Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Long visited Thursday afternoon at the August Schipulls. The Thomas Trenarys and C. E. Sigsbees were Sunday dinner guests at the Wyott Stott home. The Portland Peppy Pals will meet Saturday at the home of LaVonne and Margaret Ringsdorf. Mrs. Armstrong. Spencer, and Mrs. Sanderson, Burt, visited one day last week at the John Trunk- hill home. Elda Jandl came home Saturday to visit her parents. She has been employed at the Delores Goddens near Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton, and Darlene Brayton were Mason City callers last week Wedneeday. Sunday visitors at the Will Rlngs- dorfs were Herman Dau, and Ruby Bruce, Algona, and E. E. Kearns, daughter Maxine and June Rash, Burt Sunday visitors at the Tony Jandl home were Mary Jandl, West Bend, sister of Mr. Jandl; Matt Fzerence, nephew of Mr. Jandl; Mr. and Mrs. John Yoch, Mallard, the latter a niece of Mr. Jandl, and Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill of Portland. into upitalro rooma in the Shelby Weisbrod house last week Thursday. The E. K. Johnson family of Falrvllle were Sunday dinner guests at the Lester Johnsons, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krueger of Watertown, Wis., visted at the A. r. and Herman Krause homes last week. Mrs. John Kohlwes of Lotts reek spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Everett 3reyer. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Losse of Lake City spent from Friday to Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Snyder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf attended the funeral of Mrs. Holldorf's aunt, Mrs. Gene Sarchett at Maple Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel and son, Duanc, spent Sunday with Mfrs. Widdel's brother, Lawrence and family at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Webster City visited their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Bahnson, Saturday and Sunday, A group of relatives and friends gathered at the A. J. Kradse home Sunday evening to celebrate the Krause's 20th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis and daughter, Rosemary of Renwick, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs! Nellis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and son, Ward, left Sunday for Des Moines. where the doctor will attend the Iowa State Dental convention. Mra. Chris Luthe, who is living two miles north and l'-j east of Fenton underwent an appendicitis tended the school picnic at the school where their daughter taught the paat year. P. M. I'eU-rson is doing some repair work iuid also building a. new brooder house for Mrs. Beatrice Os- operation at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Sunday. Dorothy Stigman of Fairville reached her 20th birthday on Wednesday and that evening was honored at a surprise at the Mrs. Katie Hantelrnan home. Mrs. Catherine Rued and sen, Junior and daughter, Florence | Marie and W. B. Williams of Hum- a '- fooldt were Sunday dinner land week. John Carlson of Stevens is helping with some of the fami work at the Tonimie Thompson farm near Thompson. Iowa, tills week. -Mrs. Lars Kgt^dahl returned home last Thursday from Kochc-st- OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Klassie Motor Company PHONE 714 ALGONA, IA. '-•r, where treatment nicely. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnso.. and family and Mr. unil Mrs. Joe- Johnson and daughter spent Friday evening at Miller home. shu lias been taking and is getting along the parental Ed The school in district No. 1 held its picmic lust Thursday. It waa a rainy day and the students did not enjoy themselves as muc-h as they would have liked. Mrs. Beatrice Oslaud has been having some eye trouble and was obliged to go to Mason City and .•><-• c a specialist last Tuesday. iiope bh possible. e will recover as soon as Read The Vtntat AOs—It at the R. L. Padgett home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wehrspann of /Jubuque visited at the Art Blec kwenn, Daniel and Martin Hantelrnan and Robert Bleckwenn homes from Friday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Janice Fay. who was baptized that day at the Lutheran church in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rave and sons of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. E A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice Gibbons of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the W. J. Weisbrod home Sunday. Mrs. Harold Goetsch left by train, Saturday evening, for Eagle fJrove, where she was met by Mr Goetsch and they motored to Waterloo and on Monday attended a convention for salesmen. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johan- neiien of Bancroft were honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday at the Seneca Lutheran church. Mrs. Johannesen was Edna Struecker before her marriage last week, Florence Weisbrod, Edith _ , teachers, Mary Wilberg, bookkeeper, James Schwartz, Ames student, and Mrs. Minnie Stark, all of Des Moines, spent from Saturday eve- The Fairview circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harvey Enfield. FARM LOANS Low Rate—20 years to pay. Option—can pay any day In year on principal. No Commission to Pay. For details see me Edw. Capesius New Heise Bldg. Algona, Iowa U-tf ELECTRIC PIP OME I nib WIRE FENCE World'» cheapest, mod effective livestock fenc& Controller plugged intc lipbt socket or battery gives wire harmless kick. Livestock won't go ova or under it. We prove it SAVE 8O% IN FENCING COST SAVV ptMtt, "f iU«. u*e map. No except about lOc monthly lot electricity (or cue loZOOacna. 30 day trial. i A*K FORFREK DEMONSTRATION *vc we. No i e .O.... O* BATTERY Mrs. P, F. Immerfall has been 111 since the last week end. Leo Wegman of Des Moines was a caller at the Martin Rahm home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cink are parents of a baby girl born last Wednesday. Quite a number from here helped celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Sttif- lic's birthday which was May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer were host and hostess to their card club at a 6.30 o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. Greg Studer and Mrs. Ben Dorr assisted the Ubhn Arend children with spring sewing Monday. It will be remembered their mother died last fall. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfcr nnd daughters. Theresa Ann, and Marlene Phyllis, were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Keene home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and family, Mrs. J. L. Raskopf and Maxlne Seller drove to Halbur and Carroll, Sunday and spent the day with relatives and friends. > Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steussy and family visited the former Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. Rosenmeyer. also at LuVerne to visit Mr. Steussy's mother. Mrs. Mary Fasbender, Jack McKenna, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer, also the Alfred Nelson family spent Sunday afternoon at Livermore celebrating the birthday of Mra. Nelson's mother, who is also Mr. McKenna's aunt. Chas. Patterson left Saturay for a visit at the home Of his sister, Mrs. F. G. Hagist and family, of Chicago. D. J. Goeders, Sexton, la. IS- 16' 8HCRWIN-WILLIAMS MAR-NOT VARNISH • Slick as Hie lady above seems, she has nothing on this floor, woodwork and furniture varnishl Not only does it rival her In beauty — there's not a chance that it will scratch I Mar-not Fast-Dry Varnish is all that the name implies. And, it's resistant to water, alcohol, alkali. Easy to apply . . . dries in 4 hours. A quart covers the floor ofalOxUroom, one coat. Get a <t 1 can here today. M> * Lusby's Drugs PAINT HEADQUARTERS Paint adds years to the life of your property as well as making it attractive. 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