The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1937 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 20,1937 North East * Kossuth PETER TYSON UNCONSCIOUS AFTERFALL Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Will Kle- nitz were In Bancroft Sunday afternoon to see Peter Typon, who is a brother-in-law of M- Kienltz and and who was critically Injured on Friday afternoon. Mr. Inman and Mr. Tyson were driving out of the lane at the Cushmnn farm south of town when something went wrong with a trni'er attached and Mr. Tyson opened ihs truck door to get out quickly arit when the car was Page stopped abruptly he fell on his head Injuring It. He was still unconscious Siir.-J<t> vveninR. PJans were made Sjndny to take him to the veterans' hospital Monday. Titonka Produce Company Is Sold Titonka: The Gable Produce Co. who have been operating here for the past couple of years sold out to John Karleskl of Corwith, Monday, and posession was given immediately. Roland Gable, who has been operating the station, will move to Lakota, where he has purchased an acreage on the outskirts of town and will operate a poultry ranch. Plans have already been made for the erection of a home, and other necessary buildings The 2 Most Important sed Car Facts Are Easily Overlooked! Of The Firm Selling Them Of The Firm In The Business The Kent Motor Co. was here last year, is here this year and will be here next year . . . when a Used Car is sold by us, it is honestly represented, honestly sold, and YOU must be satisfied. All Used Cars Sold at over $100.00 Carry A Guarantee THIS WEEK'S LINEUP 1—1936 Ford Tudor 3—1935 Ford Tudors 1—1935 Ford Del. Touring Tudor (with radio and heater) 2—1935 Ford Del. 4-Door Sedans 1—1934 Ford Tudor 1—1934 Ford Deluxe Fordor 1—1934 Chev. Master Coach 1—1933 Ford Tudor 1—1932 Ford Tudor 1—1932 Ford Phaeton 1—1931 Chev. Coach, new paint 3—1931 Ford Tudors 1—1930 Chev, sedan 2—1930 Ford Sedans ' 1—1930 Chev. coupe 1—1930 Pontiac coupe 1—1930 Chev. coach 1—1930 Dodge coupe 3—1929 Ford Tudors 1—1929 Chev. coach 1—1928 Ford coupe 1—1929 Chandler sedan 1—1929 Plymouth cpe. TRUCKS 1—1936 Ford LWB truck, chassis & cab 2—1935 Ford LWB trucks 1__1935 International truck, LWB 1—1934 Dodge truck, LWB 1—1933 Chevrolet truck, LWB 1—1933 Chevrolet Panel. LWB EASY TEBM8-YOIJB PBE8ENT CAB MAY MAKE THE DOWN PAYMENT Kent Motor Co. SALES 4JB^ SERVICE Open Evenings and Sunday Mornings BIG COMMUNITY PICNIC, TITONKA HELD THURSDAY Stores Closed, Pun, Games Take Up Day's Program Titonka: Thursday will be the Gala Day of the year for Titonka, and community folks as on that day the entire community will turn out to attend the community picnic sponsored by the cooperation of the school, local organizations and all community folks. Everyone brought their dinner, a splendid program was the morning's entertainment and after the noon hour, games were played. The married and single men played baseball for honors. The high school band, chorus glee clubs, etc. furnished music during the day. All business places were closed from 11 a. m. until 5 p. m., and young and old, little and big folks enjoyed themselves together. John A. Doll of Garner was a business caller here Monday. Miss Myrtle Ama is f.he new clerk in the Bonacker food store, An up to date air cooling system Is being Installed in the Tyke Theatre this week. Thomas Foreberger and family of Wesley were Sunday guests at the Martin and John Bleich homes. Anglers Ernest Petersen, Lewis Huber, Eric and Wocdrow Petersen spent Sunday at Spirit Lake, returning home with no luck stories. Anglers M. S. Craven, George Hlgglns and George Sachau left Friday for Lake Milaca returning home Sunday night, but reporting a poor catch. Mr. and Mrs. Guida Sartor and daughter spent Sunday at the parental Dr. Sartor home. Guldo returned to Iowa City, and later will interne In a Chicago hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Reibsamen of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. A. M. Petersen visited Sunday and and Monday with relatives in Des Moines and Marshalltown. Titonka was represented at the Velshea at Ames Friday and Saturday by 19 members of the senior class, accompanied by Supt. Hoon and Miss Margaret Lee, class sponsor. Miss Margaret Ann Beck, and friend, John Gartner, spent Sunday at the home of Miss Beck's parents In GoldHeld. Mr. Gartner la «ta- tloned at Quantlco, Va., in the navy and was called home by the death of his mother. Mrs. H. Rex. Austin of Jewel who recently suffered a severe operation at Mercy hospital In Des Moines, was brought to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Larson, Sunday, where she will recuperate. For several days Mrs. Austin was very low, but Is now getting along nicely, and stood the trip here very well. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Petersen, south of town, were much surprised Sunday morning by the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Larson of Salt Lake City. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Turner, who have been spending the past two years at the Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Turner will spend the summer with their daughter, Mrs. Petersen, and get acquainted with the new granddaughter. On Tuesday evening the Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. W. J. Denton for a farewell frolic In honor of Mrs. C. A. Lamoreux who will leave as soon as school is out for Montana. A steuk fry and picnic supper outdoors was greatly enjoyed by all attending, who were aa follows: Mesdames Olive Bruns, Esther Askins, Irene Higgins, Mag- dtilene Bleich, Elizabeth Kennedy, Mona Bonacker, Pearl Ricklefs, Pearl Krominga, Mary Oesterreicher, Beulah Batt, Eva Petersen, Camilla Cooper. Lilly Woods, Midge Young, and Miss Mathilda Falk. Mrs. Lamoreux was the recipient of a handkerchief from each present, and all departed wishing for her and her family health, happiness and prosperity in their new home. 4 Corners Club Studies Lives Of Women In History Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Joseph Elbert. Roll call was answered by ( Tributes to Mother. Papers were read on "Interesting Facts About Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt" by Mrs. Etna Mitchell; "Life of Louisa M. Alcott," Mrs. John McNeil; "Lite of Jane Adams" by Bernice Jensen. Mrs. Joseph Elbert. Mrs. Edith Rich, Mrs. Etna Mitchell were taken in as social members. The Louis Lowman family spent Sunday fishing near Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Algonu, spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the C. N. Robinson home. Donna Jean, daughter of the Noble Mitchells, was sick part of East week. Dr. Bourne of Algona took care of her. The Edward Riehs spent Sunday in Wliittemore with Mrs. John Wilson who was celebrating her birthday. Avis and Loretta. other daughters of Mr*. Wilson, wire also at home. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hermann, and daughter, St. Joe; Mrs. Burma mi'a sister, Mrs. John Clipper and son of Marian; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and family, Mr. and Mm. John Rich were at the George Lee home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hurvey Johnaon, parents of Mrs. Lee. and two nephew*, gon* of the Lyle JohngQM, spent Ux« w««k «Ad with the LAM. Midget Tornado Does Damage In N. East Kossuth Ledyard: A small tornado struck in this vicinity Monday night, doing some damage at various places and uprooting a number of trees. At the L. A. Junkermeiars one end corner from the top of the house. At the L. A. Junkermeiers on end of the barn and a hen house was damaged. At the L. A. Nitzs a corn crib and south of there quite a lot more damage was reported. LAURITZEN TO BE SUPT. AT ' PARKERSBURG Ledyard: A. E. Lauritzen, who has been superintendent of the schools here the past seven years has been elected superintendent of the Parkersburg school for the coming year. It is an Independent school and has 14 teachers and so Is quite a promotion for Mr. Lauritzen. Play Draws Praise A large crowd attended the senior class play Saturday night. The play, "Pickles Becomes a Lady" was very well presented. Epworth League The Epworth League girls gave a very interesting program during the church hour Sunday morning. A free will offering was taken to help defray expenses at the Institute at Lake Okobojl this summer. Shower In Grant Mrs. Lars Skaar attended a miscellaneous shower for Hulga Claussen at the Grant schoolhouse Saturday. For the past seven years she has been a teacher In the Grant school and will soon be married to Alfred Kramersmeier. Parents of Son Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Kram- ersmeier, Saturday morning, a son, who has been named Dvlmar Eugene. This Is their first child and first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weaver, the maternal grandparents. The Walter Millers of Elmore spent Sunday at the Tice Bracks. Edward Halverson and daughter, Marvel, went to Mankato Sunday. The local M. E. Aid has been Invited to attend guest day at Swea City on June 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McFadden vftilted Ruth Jones Sunday. The ladies are sisters. Frank Sprank of Bancroft visited his father, August Sprank, Saturday and Sunday. Alice Moulton, Mrs. Asa Warner and Mrs. George Thompson were in Swea City Monday. Burton Johnson's son, Ronald, was ill Saturday and Dr. Kgan of Bancroft was consulted. Ruth Jones was a six o'clock dinner guest at the Donald Lons home near Elmore Thursday night. Mrs. Halverson who underwent a minor operation on Thursday, was able to return home with them. The George Thompsons attended the R. L. C. meeting at the L. C. Heifners In Titonka Tuesday evening. The George Thompsons attended commencement exercises at Lakota Tuesday evening. Dr. Roadman of Morningslde College was the speaker, Alvin Snyder and Fred Anderson of Hadcllffe visited at the L. W. Wlemers Saturday and Sunday. The former are nephews of Mr. Wiemer. Frances Hettler of Hampton spent the week end at the D. B. Mayers and called on friends. She was a former home economics instructor here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams of Welton, Iowa, and daughter apent the week end at the W. E. Weimers. Mr. Williams is a brother of Mrs. Weimets. Saturday evening the two families were in Algona. The Rev. Harvey Nelson was a Sunday dinner guest at the George Thompsons. He and Milton were both fraternity members of Sigma Theta Rho at Morningaide College. The Clifton Engelbya called there Sunday afternoon. The Richard, Alfred and Arthur Zielikies and Patty Matzener spent Sunday at the Raymond Wilcoxes in Fort Dodge. Enroute home they left Patty at the home of Mrs. Blanche Jenks in Eagle Grove, where the plans to spend the summer. Mrs. Worclen, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Aielt Troft and Mrs. Albert Barnes went to Esthervilie Tuesday to see the latter's mother, Mrs. Erickson, who is still in the Coleman hospital there. Mrs. Barnes stayed to help care for her. Little Byron Nelson, who has been with the A. E. Lauritzens, will go to his own home the latter part of the week. The Rev. Nelson has secured Mrs. Cora Hutchinson of Swea City to come and care for the baby and do the household work until Mrs. Nelson returns home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson of Sioux City came Saturday to visit the parental George Thompsons. They attended the class play that night. They returned home Sunday taking their daughter, Jeanne Marian, who had spent the past two weeks with her grandparents, home with them. C.C.C. PROGRAM GIVEN LEDYARD TWP.F-BUREAU Lakota: The regular meeting of the Ledyard township Farm Bureau was held in the basement of the Presbyterian church. Friday ex'ening and a large crowd attended. The program was put on by the officers and some of the boys from the CCC camp from Bancroft with Mr. Krekow in charge. A group of five boys, John Franks, Elmer Franks, Francis Otto. Everett Titl- ington and Lloyd Purnhnge sang several numbers with Miss Howe as accompanist. L. C. Stroman gave two readings. William Boughton gave a chalk talk. Some of the boys sang duets. Talks were given by Supt. Iliff and Lieutenant Hardman on camp work and the drainage districts the boys get In readiness for the project. C. C. Chubb, county drainage engineer, gave a talk on the work being done and a discussion followed. Lunch and a social hour followed. Charles Eggerth is township president. There are 130 boys In the camp. Rural Schools Clone Some of the rural schools closed last week and some this week. Gertrude Wortman, who teaches the Gutknecht school south of town, held a picnic for the pupils last Friday. Fern and Faye Olthoff, teachers of the Clarence Edwards school and the one two miles east are having school picnics on Friday. The girls are both hired to teach the same schools the coming year. Baccalaureate Baccalaureate services were held at the school auditorium Sunday evening. The processional was played by Margaret Schroeder. The invocation, scripture reading and sermon were gi\en by the Rev. Frerklng. The girls' glee club sang "Elegy" by Nassenet Cain. A song was also sung by the congregation. Get Along Little Seneca Doggies of The Senior Class Senecn: Thursday evening, Mny 13th, at 6:30 o'clock, the annual Seneca junior-senior bnnquct was held at Emmctsburg. The banquet was carried out in the style of "The Last Round up" with each member present receiving a smnll cowboy tint which wns worn throughout the whole meal, and other decorations were in cowboy form. The program was ns follow.-!: "First Branding." Florence Jonsen; Class Prophecy, Mnrgnret Wolf; "The Last Roundup." TeddyJensen: Class Will. Perry Jensen; "The Last Roundup," Supt. Single; piano solo. Miss Madden: "Got Along Little Doggies". Mr. Hnnnn; junior class song, juniors. The following enjoyed and attended the banquet: faculty members— Supt. and Mrs. F. E. Single; Principal F. G. Hanna, Adrcn Deuser, The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking drove to Lone Rock Tuesday of this week for the installation of the Rev. Thomas Arendv, as pastor of the Lou« Rock Presbyterian church. The Rev. Frerking presided at the meeting and preached the sermon. The Rev. Areuds is a former pastor of the Lakota Presbyterian church. Lawrenc2 Wo'.cott, Mnnkata, Minn., wa3 a Lakota visitors Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Rcnshaw were Mason City visitors Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester and the Vance Lestcra visited recently with relatives in Boonc. Walter Leslie and family spent the latter part of last week vlsit- in/j relatives at Marquette, lowi. The George Heetlands, Mrs. Minnie Heetland and daughter, Han nab *p*nt Sunday vUltlng relative* in Slbley. The J. H. Warburtons, Samuel Wfarburto/n tnit Harry Warburtons orove to the F. G. Torlncs nepj- S-vea City Sunday to help Mr. Tor- Ine celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inlay, Irene I.ilay and Eltunor Moe attended the band festival which was held at Pilot Knob, Sunday afternoon. Sadie Patterson plays in the Buffalo Center band. Several other families also attended, among them the Henry Pattersons. The Pre^byter'nn Women's Missionary society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. A. Winter and with Mrs. Jerry Ukena as assistant hostess. Mrs. Cort Rlppentrop had charge of devotions. Mrs. O. H. Frerklng sang a solo and Mrs. J. Telcamp, delegate to the convention recently held, gave a report of the Gleanings from our Presbyterolul. The Ethan Light family of near Brlcelyn, Minn., spent Sunday at the Wm. Drayton home. Virginia, daughter of the Lights, fell from a bicycle and broke her arm recently. The bones were set by Dr. Cretzmeyer, AJgona. HIDES WOOL Top Market Prices Paid for Hides and Wool Joe Greenberg LIGHTS FUNCTIONING 50% Yes! And Your Car Will Function 100?i on D-X Gua Try u Turik Today Johnson D-X 'E STATION State & Moore 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 11-tf Alice Dhnl. Reglna Bcrens, Lavon Madden and Beulnh Carlisle; seniors—Teddy and Perry Jensen, Florence EnRcssor, Glenn Paulscn, Dunne Campbell, Florence Looft, Elizabeth Burt. Mnrgie Lcnlhnn, Leon and Everett Johanson, Elna Raven, John Crowlcy. Wesley Patterson and Leo Klein, and the fol- lowing juniors: Florence Jensen', Kathleen Kennedy. Margaret Wolf, Margaret Lentsch, Fern Skow, Gladys, Vcrnon and Gail Dotson, Kenneth Roll IK, and James Johnson. After the banquet the juniors took their guests to the Emmetsburg Theatre to the show, "The Green Light." THE CIVIC CIRCLE TKt Hotel Andmn aKordt you tk« opportunity el Ihrinj ti tKc ctmtt ol bvtinttt, tkopping and •mutcmtnl ci-elm. Gwci<( cnioy tht pleating combination ol contforttbk tur- roundinji. profkitnf Mrn'cc *nd it*o>y food for which t«i Hotll Andrcwt It nationally known. Complete Garage Facilities A I R f) Theodore F Sfelten Pates from I. ANDREWS HOTEL The Sooner You Plan Your Future.. The Better Your Future Will Be MAY 17-23 INSURANCE MAY 17-23 You Don't Have to Die to Win! •Since 1{)20, American Ufe Insurance Companies have paid policyholders and bencfiiciaries .fl8,(X)0,(HX),0(M*—- enough, for example, to provide an income of ,*lf>0 per month to more than a million families for 10 years. Who Benefits From America's Life Insurance? 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