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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 27,1937 BREAKS ARM IN FALL AT SCHOOL Whittemore Girl Pushed , By Accident. Hurt ; Wednesday Whlttemore: Alice Helnrlch, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred flelnrich, had the misfortune to break her arm above the wrist While in school Wednesday. She was pushed by one of the scholars With such force ns to throw her on the floor which caused the break. The Erwin Bruhn family of Fair- vllle were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Meyer home. The Alfred Bruhn family of Falr- vllle were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Meyer home In honor of Miss Gertrude Meyer's llth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Wegener of Lone Rock were callers at the home of the Art Heidenwiths on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth and son, Ellsworth and Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Thompsons in Lone Rock. Mathilda Wagner, daughter of Mrs. Fred Wagner, came home from Chicago Saturday to spend a week with her mother and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker accompanied by Miss Rosella Voight, Miss Beulah Larson and Miss Frances Duffy all from Algona, were In Whittemore Thursday evening. Mrs. Harry Seeley's division of the Methodist Ladies' Aid served a one o'clock luncheon at the Seeley home last week Tuesday afternoon. There were over 70 ladles present. Mrs. Henry Kueck, accompanied by her daughters. Ruby, Betty and Mrs. Bernard Jensen of Lone Rock, were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heiden- wlth. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer were In Garner Thursday to bring home their daughter, Selma, who had •pent the week at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Neu of Clinton, Missouri, arrived here Thursday to spend several weeks with relatives. It has been ten years since Mr. Neu has met his sister, Mrs. Tom Carmody. and brother, Peter Neu. Mr. and Mrs. August Gade and their daughter. Mrs. Hugo Faul- stlch of Lotts Creek and son, Willlam, attended a golden wedding anniversary in Pomeroy Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. William Voas. Mr. Voss and Mrs. Gade are brother and sister. The Union township school picnic at the Good Hope church last ~iM4k -Friday was well attended by women and children bat only a few men were present on account of corn planting. Robert, son of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Gross and Willis, •on of the Noble Mitchells, were graduated from Union District No. 7. Doan Woman I« Seriously Sick Doan: Grandma Eyth, who suffered a fall a few weeks ago. Is In a very weakened condition and is confined to her bed most of the time. Dr. Adams of Wesley was called Saturday to see her. Mrs. John Mahoney of Algona is assisting Mrs. Yanser with house work. The Bryan Asas spent Friday evening at the Raymond Krantz home In Titonka. The Raymond Hansens of east of Wesley spent Sunday afternoon with the Wm. J. Martineks. Mrs. Ruth Sparks attended the first communion of her grandson, Billy Goetz, which occurred Sunday a. m. at St Joseph's church In Wesley. The Jos. Goetz family were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sparks Sunday. Doan community was grieved to hear of the death of Mrs. Gartner, and her funeral was held last Saturday afternoon at Titonka. Her husband, Rev. Gartner, was a former pastor of the Doan-Titonka M. E. pastorate. The many friends of Doan extend sympathy to Rev. Gartner and family In their bereavement Aid meets with Mrs. Bessie Busse June 3rd, with Mrs. Bryan Asa assisting. A good many farmers in this locality have finished com planting, which was much delayed due to so much rain. Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Sheila Ann spent from Tuesday to Friday of last week with her sister, Mrs. Alvin Carr at Ireton. The Wm. J. Martineks drove to Lost Island Sunday to spend the day fishing, but came home without any of the finny tribe. The Corwith consolidated school closed Friday and Aline Martinek who was one of the teachers, returned to her home Friday evening. Ardine Bahr, daughter of the J. Bahrs, had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital Friday forenoon and at this writing was Improving. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and son, Howard drove to Lake Crystal, Minn., last week Thursday and spent the day with the former's sister, Mrs. Joe Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf and daughters, Catherine and Shirley, drove to Carroll, to attend the commencement exercises at St. Anthony hospital chapel for the School of Nursing, Tuesday evening, May 25, when their eldest daughter, Max- Ine, was one of the graduates. Mrs. Harry Felter (nee Arlene Brethorst) who has taught the Martinek school the past two years, organized a club In school and called It "Happyville Club," The of- fleers were named after city officers and meet every two weeks. The laat meeting Friday they enjoyed a nature hike and the pupil* were surprised with a marshmalllow roost William Roeber was in Fort Dodge, Friday, to have his tonsils removed. EMMAMALECEK, WESLEY, Young Couple To Live On Farm Out In Nebraska MIsa Emma Malecek, youngest daughter of Mrs. Anton Malecek, became the bride of Steven Buresh of Valparaiso, Neb., at a pretty church wedding Tuesday morning at eight o'clock when they were united in holy wedlock in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives. Father A. J. Wagener officiated at the nuptial High Mass. James Buresh, the groom's brother, was best man. Following the cermony, the bridal party retired to the bride's mother's home where a reception was held for the newlyweds and which was attended by forty Invited guests. The bride was educated In the rural schools near the home of her parents northeast of town, since which time she has been a faithful helper and companion to her mother and later father, Anton Malecek. Mr. Buresh for the past two years has been employed on farms in the Malecek neighbor* hood. Following their wedding day, they left on a wedding trip to Onawa, Iowa, where they will visit relatives of Mr. Buresh. thence to Weston, Neb., where they will make their home on a farm which is to be managed by them. The well wishes of their many friends in and about Wesley and Britt wish the happy couple much success in their married life. Auxiliary News The local American Legion Auxiliary are making plans for the annual Poppy sale which will be held throughout the nation Saturday, May 29th. This year. Mrs Alfred Erdmann is Poppy chairman, and she has appointed her workers who will canvas the town and streets during the day and evening. They have 300 poppies to sell this year. Special publicity has been given through the decoration of a window at the J. T. Meurer harness shop. The Auxiliary members are meeting Saturday afternoon at their rooms for the purpose of making flower wreathes or sprays to be used on graves of deceased ex- service men, there being twenty- one wreaths to be made. The next meeting will be held June 3, when election of officers will be held. The Tom Nelson family of Clear Lake spent Friday in Wesley visiting relatives and friends and attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley drove to Emmons, Minn., Sunday where they spent the day at the home of her brother, Carl Emmons. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Cheryll Ann and Jimmle were Sunday guests at the home of his brother, Nick Meurer and family at Plover. The Raymond Hanson family and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hanson were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe near Cor- wlth. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Swea City Nine Beat* Armstrong Armstrong: The Armstrong boys' baseball club were defeated Wednesday morning on the home diamond by the Swea City nine. The home boys led 2 to 1 in the first inning and it was tied at 2-all in the second Inning, but Swea got away to a big start led by Hanifan, Krumm and Schuler while Armstrong could not manage more than three scores. The Armstrong lineup follows: Olson, Vlgdahl, Camden, Fitzglb- bona, Ortmeyer, Carlson, Jongberg, Mitchell and Christiansen. The Swea City lineup Included: Hanifan, Krumm, Schuler, Griffith, Holcomb, Pehrson, Sanders, Johnson, Brones and Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. H. M Irmiter of Armstrong and son, Henry of Ring* sted visited in Fort Dodge Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Garber. Wednesday, May 19. Kiss Alt a DeBates of Chicago Is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Francis DeBates. Art E. Anderson has the foundation ready for a new farm house, which will be built this summer. Miss Joyce Hansen Is visiting a few days in Cedar Falls with her sister, Thelma and other relatives. The Martin Molinders have remodeled their farm home kitchen, putting in new floor, windows, sink and cupboards. Pauline Preston and Hazel McGregor of Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club attended training school at Burt last week Thursday. Miss Leona Keeler of Bancroft, teacher in District No. 4, Swea township school, closed last week Friday. Pupils and parents enjoyed a picnic dinner Saturday. Grace Berg, who works in Fairmont, Minn., was home Monday for the graduation of her brother. Earl from the Swea City high school. Mrs. Art E. Anderson, Mrs. Gus Torlne, Mrs. T. F. Johnson and Miss Iva Moats attended the Farm Bureau women's Achievement Day in Burt this week Tuesday. Class Day exercises were held on Friday, May 21. Burt and Swea City played ball with Swea City winning 7 to 2. The teachers have departed for their respective homes. Miss Mae Petterson, who Is taking nurses' training at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines, is spending her vacation with her aunt, Mrs, David Anderson and other relatives. Miss Avis Byera who Is taking nurses' training at Mounds Park and Midway hospital in St. Paul, is spending her three weeks' vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Byers. Miss Lucille Berg, teacher In district No. 2, Swea township, and her pupils entertained Miss Alice Mayne, Miss Myrtle Holcomb, Miss June Larson and their pupils last week Thursday afternoon at a play day. The pupils enjoyed base and kittenball, races and relays. Special lawn games were planned for the younger children, Sunday guests, May 18, at the Floyd Treats were: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fouse and four chl Ayrshire, Mr. and Mr*. and Mrs. Mabel Adams of Storm Lake. Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Larson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bonn Blum and family of Swea township. -THE- BARGAIN Center of North Iowa For Used Cars 40 to Choose From FORDS BUICKS CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTHS HUDSONS Many Trucks Easy Terms Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa Phone 434 Road Crew Will Swing Into Jobs Livermore: Several road construction trailers are being overhauled at the Rosenberg Wicks yards here that are owned by Wm. Williams of the Williams construction firm. Just where the first move will be Is not known at this time, several jobs of road work being in sight. Pete Sweeney who has been in the employ of this firm for several seasons is assisting with the carpenter and mechanic work. Mra. Charles Houston and son, Charles, Jr., of Des Moines is visiting at the Frank Collins home here. Mrs. Houston will be better remembered here as Alice Collins. Mrs. F. R. Millett and Mrs. Ethel Aaronson were joint hostesses on Thursday when they entertained at the home of the former, members of the Equality club. "Japan" was given by Mrs. T. Devine; "Pan- American Countries", by Mrs, Frank Conley; "The Witches Fountain by Mrs. S. Hoganson and were very interesting. The word quiz was in charge of Mra. Edward Opheim. A social hour and lunch closed the afternoon. The Wee-Noh bridge club closec its social affairs for the season, on Wednesday when the Misses Elizabeth and Bernadine Devine entertained its members at a five-thirty dinner at the Devine home south of town. Lavender was the color used in the floral and other decor ations in the home, and the table favors were unique and dainty. Fol lowing the dinner the evening was given over to bridge and as is th custom the scoring for the annua prize was given, and Mrs. Ken neth Howard received highest hon ors. The annual consolation prize was carried away by Miss Florenc Warren. The opening party of th club will be held in the fall with Mrs. Peter Solar. Row Boat* Give Irvington Folk*, Children Pleasure Irvington: Now that all of the rural schools have closed for the summer vacation, activities of the younger set is divided between baseball and boating on the river. Some of the boys on the west side of the river have secured two row boats and these have afforded a great deal of entertainment for the children. Named Valedictorian Friends here received announcement cards last week telling of the graduation from the Burt high school of Miss Rachel Becker, a former Irvington girl, but now living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker four miles southeast of Burt. Rachel also had the honor of being chosen valedictorian of her class. Ashes Interred The ashes of Horace Mann arrived here last Tuesday morning and will be Interred In the family lot at Laurel Hill cemetery. Mr. Mann was a widely known citizen here for many years and was born and raised on the old Mann place, now owned by Clarence Mawdsley. Mr. Mann died about a year ago !n California and the remainder of his family still reside there. He never married. Miss Mary Moe was a Sunday guest of her friend, Camilla Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley were week end guests of their daughter, Hazel, at Aurella. The Aid society met Thursday at the church parlors with Mesdames Cox and Wickwlre hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller were Sunday dinner guests at the Crawford Bros, home near Whlttemore. Miss Georga Anne Geigel spent last week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelg- el. Joe Lage is visiting with the Ralph Campbells in the Seneca vicinity. Joe is Mrs. Campbell's nephew. The local Aid society will sponsor a bake sale this coming Saturday at the Sorensen grocery in Algona beginning at ten o'clock. The local club dance will meet this Friday evening. Ray Cook's orchestra of Algona has been engaged to furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Love of Garner were Sunday guests at the J. M. Patterson home. The ladies are daughters of the Pattersons. Due to the excessive amount of moisture hay lands and pastures are reported to be In fine condition. However, not all farmers have completed corn planting and in some Instances there is still plowing to be done. Mrs. Roy Fitch and Lucille Patterson represented this vicinity at the county Achievement Day of the Woman's Farm Bureau held last Thursday in Burt. A very interesting time was reported by those who attended. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman were shoppers at Mason City last Friday. Guests at the Hackman tome on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. lerman McDougall and children of fason City, Mrs. McDougal being Hr. Hackman's niece. Elizabeth Lemkee leaves this week end to enroll at the State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, where she will attend summer chool. Elizabeth has been engag- d to teach the rural school four miles south of Irvington this com- ng fall, better known as the rank Gronbach schooL, Miss Martha Olson, former Irv- ngton girl, but now residing with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olson near Lotts Creek, was pleas antly surprised last Sunday ( a week ago) when about thirty of her riends and relatives arrived with well filled baskets to help her cel- brate her 18th birthday. The Olsons lived for some years on the old Ferguson farm before moving to Lotts Creek where they purchased a quarter section with the buildings all modern. Official Notice BEFORE THE BOARD OP RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS: . „,, TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSStTFH COUNTY: Notice Is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain pole*, Wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduit* ar.d other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been tiled by the Central States Electric Company, Cedar Rapids. Iowa, In the office of the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of Iowa; that said p*t- Itlon asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described pub- lice lands, .highways, streams and private lands (6600 volts, single phase) •• west c_... Township Beglnnlng at the northwest corner of Section Six (6), _ Township ; . m.. outh (6), Nor Ninety-eight (98) North, Ra Thirty (30), West of the 6th p. Kossuth County, Iowa, thence at In the east margin of the highway on the west line of said Section Six (8), Sections Seven (7), and Eight (8), said Township and Range, three (3) miles; and beginning at the northwest corner of the Southwest quarter (SWH> of Section sixteen (16), said Township and Range, thence east on the highway on the east and west center line of said Section Sixteen (16), ore-half (H) mile; and beginning at the northeast corner of Section Thirty-one (31). said Township and Range, thence west on the highway on the north line of said Section Thirty- one (31), one-half (H) mile; and beginning at the northeast corner of Section Thirty-three (33), said Township and Range, thence south on the highway on the east line of snld Section Thirty-three (33). one (1) mile, thence west on the highway on the south line of snld Section Thirty-three (33), one (1) mile. Beginning at the northeast corner of Section Sixteen (18) Township Ninety-nine (99) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 6th p. m., thence south on the highway on the east line of said Section Sixteen (16), Sections Twenty-one (21). Twenty-elgl.t (28) and Thirty-three (33), said Township and Range, Sect o™ Four M), township Ninety eight (98) North, (3$). west of the , Range the 6th P. (30), West ot tne oin ji. • "-t ."/(5> mile*, thence west on the highway on the north line of Section Nine (9), last named Township and Range, one (1) mile, thence south on the highway on the east line of Sections light (8 .Seventeen (17), Sections Eight (8), seventeen 111;, Twenty (20). Twenty-nine (29), and i * •-.V.I* * _I_ ^ J«n\ IMA* *t*mafl TnWtl- j, i/ wMI^IIIV *^*ji« *j ""•'-" »- ^' «,»; Range Thirty (30), West of the p .m., eight (8) miles; and beginning at the southeast corner of Sec- T1 o 0 wns T h7p en ind fl ^an ( ie^ ) thVn^^r.| o? safes' 0Tn w| n th (yj one (1) mile; ar.d beginning atjhe northeast corner of section Eleven (11), last named Township and Range, thence south on the highway on the east line of said Section Eleven (11). one < 1 ' fm "« ; "*? beginning at the southeast corner or Section Twelve (12), last named Township and Range, thence west on the highway on the south line of said Section Twelve (12), Sections Eleven (11), and Ten (10) last named Township and Range, three (3) miles; thence north on the highway on the east line of Section Nine (9), last named Township and Range, one-halt (H) mile; and beginning at the southwest corner of Section Twenty-three (23), last named Township and Range, thence past on the highway on the south line of said Section Twenty-three (231. Section Twenty-four (24), last named Township and Range, and Section Nineteen (19), Township Ninety-seven (97), North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 6th p. m., three (3) miles: and beginning at the southwest corner of Section Seventeen (17), last named Township and Range, thence north on the highway on the west line of said Section Seventeen (17). one .(1) mile; and beginning at the southeast corner of Section Thirty-four (34), last named Township and Range, thence west on the highway on the south line of said Section Thirty-four (34). Sections Thirty- three (33), Thirty-two (32) and Thirty-one (31), last named Township and Range, three and one-half Wear a Straw That Really SEXTON NEWS The Rev. Paulson, Wesley, hel church service here Sunday morn ing in place of Rev. Arthur Bottom. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Heiter and son, Donald, Livermore. were Sunday dinner guests at the Steven home. Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children were callers Sunday evening at the A. L. Greenfield and Clayton Johnson homes here. Mrs. Surah Wise and family spent Sunday at the Frank Berger home near Burt, where a family dinner was given in honor of Frank's birthday. Mort Lowman, Colfax, 111., came Saturday for a week's visit with his brother, Wm. and family and the Perry Lowinana here and with other relatives near Algona. Graduation Exercises Held at St. Benedict St. Benedict: A large crowd attended the graduation exercises at the school hall Sunday evening The eighth grade pupils had a picnic at the State Park at Algona Monday, while the lower grades had their picnic at the school grounds. Garner Wins, U to S The baseball game here Sunday was won by Garner, the score be ing H to 5, with a large crowd at tending. Albert Simons of Rolfe spen Sunday in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Jr., o: Burt spent Sunday in this vicinity Louise Huschka spent Sunday with Rose Ann Venteicher nea Doan. Mrs. Ben Dorr spent Monday with Mrs. John Miller near Lu Verne. Mrs. A. B. Venteicher of nea Doan spent Sunday afternoon will Mrs. Mary Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Recker an< family spent Sunday afternoon a Wesley with relatives. The Misses Marie and Mary An Arndorfer attended a musical rec ital in Iowa Falls Monday. Mrs. Herman Venteicher, sons Wm. and John, all of Carroll were callers at the A. B. Venteicher home Sunday. Mildred Grandgenett and her girl friend of Algpna spent Sunday with the former 1 * parents, the John GVandgenett's. Louis Wingert and Helen Cink of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the A. J. Grandgenett home. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. Catherine Jenett spent part of last week at her former home. On her return she brought her little nephew to spend the summer here. Mr. and Mr*. Jack Kellner spent Sunday with their daughter and husband, the Harold Godfredsona. They recotly became parent* of a baby boy, which failed to survive. Fits You! All Styles- Excellent Quality Enjoy the comfort of a perfect fitting hat this summer. Get yourself an Essman Cool Straw. They are available in all sizes and models to fit your head. You choose the style you like—we'll guarantee to fit you. 85c- $ 2.25 Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Clothes 1Uan£(ld/i B/unq SaiL^QKiixm The Board of Railroad Conrtnl*- «loner» has fixed the eighth ,(«h> day of June, 1»37, ten Op) o'clock a. m., in its office at pea Moines, Iowa, as the time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must be In_ writing and filed In triplicate with this board at least five (6) day* before date of hearing. The Board of Railroad Commissioner* suggests that the objector be represented at the hearing by someone who ha* full authority to act for It. Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, May OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IA» ATTEST: J. J. Lyncb, Secretary. File H2759. . 20-11 Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., June 9, 1937, for gravel surfacing Secondary Road Districts No. 113, 397, 298, 305, 3S7-A, 374-A, 402, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 411, 413, 414, and 418, Involving 31,300 cu. yds. of gravel to load and haul one mile; 167,800 units of additional one-half mile haul and 8,100 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pits. Additional Information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. May 19th, 1937. E. S. KtNSEY, 20-21 County Auditor. 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