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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1937
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The Algona Upper De? Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 10,1937 North East * Kossuth Page FARM BUREAU TO HOLDCOJIEEnNG To Gather June 22nd at Warburton Home Near Lakota Lakota: Mesdames Oust Koppen, Louis Sachs, Walter Sachs, A. T. Buckels and J. H. Warburton of Lincoln township entertained the Ledyard township Farm Bureau women at the Warburton home, on Friday afternoon with 23 women present plans were made for the county meeting to be held at the 3. H. Warburton's, June 22nd. Mrs. Wynne Jacobs, district chairman, will hold her annual contact meet- Ing and the Ledyard township women will serve a tea. The township women have been requested to put on the pageant given at Achievement day, at the next meeting at the O. J. Rippen- trops, Friday, June 11. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Central Ballroom Arnold's Park. Lake Okoboji Sat.-Sun., June 12-13 Louis Panico and his orchestra Famed N. B. C. Radio Band Coming June 23 Jan Garber (Watch this paper for further announcement) «f&&y&yffm^ 60 Club Guests At Lakota Home Enjoyed Supper Lakota: The Acorn club members and their families enjoyed a picnic supper at Mrs. Delia Smith's, Friday evening with about 60 In attendance. They enjoyed a social evening after supper. The last meeting before vacation will be with Mrs. Archie Fedge, June 17. Catch Bcmidji Fish Messrs. E. R. Worley, H. H. Murray, K. J. Woodworth and Ray Smith, who spent a few days of last week fishing near Bemidji, Minn., returned Friday afternoon with a nice catch of fish and they very generously divided the fish with many friends, who enjoyed the treat. Buys Hurt Shop The Coonie Roelfsemaa are leaving this week for Burt where they will make their home. Mr. Roelf- sema has bought a barber shop and equipment there. He worked for several years here in the Schls- sel elevator. Injured Man Better Earl (Buddy) Paulson, who was seriously injured while working with a well digging machine several weeks ago, Is able to be out again but hip arm is still in a sling. Recovering From Pneumonia Frank Krall, depot agent, who has been ill with pneumonia, is much Improved and able to sit up some at present. G. N. Brown, of Iowa Falls, is substituting for Mr. Krall at the station. At Family Reunion The Fred Brand family and A!- vin Boettcher drove to West Bend Sunday to attend a reunion of the Cornells, Mrs. Brand's mother's family. In spite of bad weather conditions, 60 relatives attended, some from South Dakota, southern and eastern Iowa. This reunion is held annually the first Sunday in June and will be in Algona next year. Will Kienitz had charge of the oil station during their absence. LEDYARD BOY GETS COLLEGE DEGREE ONE DAY, JOB THE NEXT Used Cars 1936 Oldsmoblle Coach '37 Plymouth pickup '31 Chevrolet Coach •30 Ford Coach '29 Ford Coach '28 Chevrolet Coach '38 Pontlac Coach '30 Whippet Coach OLDSMOBILE SALES ft SERVICE FIRESTONE TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES WASHING AND GREASING Hoenk Motor Service West of Court House Keep A Record In Lifetime Snapshots Vacation time is filled with hundreds of picture possibilities . . . you'll relive your trip many tunes if you' have pictures. ao fussing with a lot of .'/adjustments ... It is ^ Readyset . . . just get the picture you want in focus and presto—you have it. FOLDING CAMERAS, with $g CAJJO 50 large powerful lens, from O.tW-%.v.tiv BOX CAMERAS, magnifying $1 CAJ QA view finders, priced from l.tW~*.vv FILMS PHOTO ALBUMS ART CORNERS CARRYINGr CASES #^~V~~W*,>,.V.~,+f.<*.,(&~ 1/v~ f. 8^-When it it* not posaible for a regular photo to be had of an event, The Algona Upper De»Moliie« get* | ito picture* with, a «12 Ansoo Camera. The Camera that ' j I took the big daily paper newtpicture* of the Call Theatre fire. > Lusby Drugs Mrs. Frances Adams and Mrs. George Winter were Algona shoppers Friday. George Bauman was on the sick list again last week and is under the care of Dr. Williams. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht was sick last week and her niece, Margaret Smith spent the week with her. The Louis Hansens and Orville Koppen spent Sunday visiting at the Chris Paulsons at Albert Lea. Lakota's newly organized boys' baseball team went to Wesley, Friday for the first game of the season. The Rev. Schnuckcr of the Ramsey Reform church preached at the Presbyterian church, Sunday evening. The Henry Mitchells spent last week Sunday with Henry's uncle and family, the Henry Zufalls in Estherville. Mrs. Harry Mussman accompanied the I. E. Wortmans to Mason City Friday and spent the day visiting her brother, R. C. Ke/ster and family. Mr. and Mrs. Potter and Mrs. M. H. Bailey, Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the E. R, Worleys, where they enjoyed a fish dinner Mrs. Bailey Is Mrs. Bailey's mother. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman attended a meeting of the Bankers Life Insurance Company in Mason City, Friday. Dinner was served to the group at the Country Club house In the evening. Mabel Paulson, Laokta, and John Welhousen, Tltonka, were married at Algona last week Wednesday, and are spending two weeks on a trip In the west. They will be at home on a farm near Titonka about July 1. GRANT FARMER INJUJN-AWAY Earl Richardson Injured When Team Bolted Last Week Grant: Earl Richardson had the misfortune last Thursday to have the ligaments torn loose in his leg when hia horses ran away .while hitched to a two-row cultivator. He will be forced to remain In bed for two weeks. Henry Kelling nnd John Lester were business callers in Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and fam ily spent Sunday afternoon at the Walter Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spelcher and family attended the Spcichcr reunion at West Bend, Sunday. Alice Hunt from Omaha came home for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt, recently. Genevleve Kollasch returned home Saturday from the Kossuth hospital, where she was operated on for appendicits a week ago Wednesday. Grandma Hunt, who has been bedfast for the past six months, is now ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Hunt makes her home with her son, Delbert Hunt. | Mrs. R. A. Esington of Harlan came last week to help care for her granddaughter which was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mino, May 18 The baby was named Barbara Ann. Muriel Payne, who has been taking nurses' training in the hospital at Marshalltown, came home Saturday for a three weeks' vacation at the home of her father, Wm. Payne. Supt. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand and children are leaving this week for Minneapolis, where he will attend the University of Minnesota through the summer months, studying for a master's degree. Bible school was well attended at Grant M. E. /church last week, an attendance of 30 being reached. Mrs. Harold Fischer, Misses Lillian Brones, Alice Mayne, Ardis Anderson and Lucille Mino were teachers. The ladies attending guest day of the Swea City M. E. Aid last Wednesday were Misses Joel Mayne, Martin Gable, Earl Paterson, Mabel Mino, Leonard Minok Roy Mino, Harry Curtis, Charles Chambers, Sr., Jay Brones, Ely Anderson, Wm. Speicher, Arden Reynlds and Miss Dorothy Colwell. An enjoyable time was hal by all. Willis Dyer Completes U. of Iowa Work, Goes To Chicago Lakota Girl Trio ! Give Broadcast Lakota: Lakota's high school girls' trio, composed of Betty Ley, Elizabeth Rahmstock and Margaret Schroeder with Betty Johnson as acompanist, sang over the Mason City radio station Sunday afternoon. Margaret Schroeder and Betty Johnson also gave a piano duet. Ledyard: Mrs. Henry Dyer, Glenn and Irene of here, and Lucille Dyer of Bancroft left Sunday for Iowa City to attend the commencement exercises at the State University, Monday morning, at which time Willis will receive his B. A. degree from the College of Commerce. Willis will leave Immediately after his graduation for Chicago, where he has accepted a position with the Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. The community feels very proud of Willis' achievement as it isn't every day a college graduate can step from graduation one day to a position on the next. Best wishes of the entire community for success In his new work, go with Willis. The L. C. Strands were Sunday visitors In Algona. D. A. Carpenter Is driving a new Chevrolet at this time. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner moved Friday into the Campbell home. Mr». Clifton Engelby was In Elmore Saturday having dental work done. Ralph Campbell was In Ledyard Monday looking after business interests. John Steinberg and Victor Weaver are redecorating the Gelhaus residence. The Ross Brownings of near Elmore spent Sunday at the D. A. Link home. Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Deping returned Saturday after a week's vis- It at Baxter. Evelyn and Earl Caldwell of Grant Center spent last week at the McDonald home. Dorothy Stubbe, who Is working In Algona, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. H. Gray. L. C. Strand and Phyllis, John Steinberg and D. A. Carpenter were business callers In Algona Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Hotch- klss of Buffalo Center visited Sunday afternoon at the D. B. Mayer home. Mr. and Mrs. Odin En gum and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthune of Frost visited Sunday at the Edward Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hendrlck- son and daughter, Karen of Des Moines visited one day last week at the Jay Blome home. Mrs. Chester Johnson, Mrs. Edward Halverson and Mrs. Kallestad visited Friday at the Peter Johnson home In Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wlskus and sons, Edward and Leonard of Jackson, Minn., visited Sunday at the Leo Anderson home. Mrs. Julia Kallestad of Rake visited Friday evening and Saturday at the E. J. Halverson home. They took her home Saturday. The Methodist Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Aellt Troff. The friends of the Aid are cordially Invited. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Frandle of Minneapolis and Mrs. Frandle of Blue Earth visited several days last week at the John Frandle home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darnell entertained their friends at a wedding dance at the Aug. Busch home Saturday night. Lunch was served to a large crowd at a late hour. The J. H. Welfares, Alice Moulton, Gerald Warner, Jack Moulton and Glenn Yahnke were among those who attended the motorcycle hill climbing meet at Winnebago, Sunday. The George Thompsons visited Mrs. Thompson's brother, the Ed Mason family at Charles City Sunday. Cleo and Marjorie Gabel accompanied them and visited their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Faut. Rev. Frerking At Dubuque Reunion Lakota: The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking left Sunday afternoon for Dubuque to attend the 25th anniversary class reunion of the University of Dubuque of which Rev. Frerking Is an alumnus. Mrs. Charles Winter accompanied them and will visit her granddaughter, Merlam Heetland and a friend. Henrietta Kleist. Meriam Is work- Ing at the college, and will spend part of the summer there. The Frerklngs will return later this week. Council Minutes Four Corner News The John Richs spent Sunday evening with the George Lees. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham, their daughter, Geraldine and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Witham home. The C. N. Robinsons were evening callers. Phyllis Rich is home after two weeks spent at the Cecil Bjustroms near Whittemore. The Bjustroms and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker and Mrs. Edith Rich were dinner guests at the Edward Rich home Sunday. Mrs. Edith Rich and Betty lean Rich went home with Bjuetroms. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met yesterday with Mrs. Jessie Elmore. Opening song was "There Are Many Flags." Roll call was answered with "My Plans for a Summer Vacation." A talk, "Proper Display of the V. & Flag" was given by Verla Lowman. Poem, "HaU Ofl" WM «ta> gives. The club picnic at tb« Stats Park UNION NEWS Herman Dau was able to be up Tuesday of this week following a weeks illness in bed due to a heart ailment. Mrs. N. J. Krieps and daughters, Martha and Verena attended a shower Sunday for Miss Margaret Fisch at St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. James Coady were callers this Tuesday evening at the Vern Reibhoff home. Mr. Coady and Mrs. Reibhoff are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, Jr., St. Paul, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl in Algona at a seven o'clock chicken dinner last Thursday evening. Mrs. Louis Bode and daughter, Kathryii, attended a shower Sunday at the Nick Leners home south of Algona. in honor of Elizabeth Leners, who is to be a June bride. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hammond and children of Lake City brought Mrs. Ruby Bruce home last Sunday and were guests at the Herman Dau home. Mrs. Bruce had spent a week visiting at Lake City, her former home. Mrs. Peter White and two sons of Harrison, Arkansas, came Tuesday of this week and spent the day at the Herman Dau home. Mrs. White left for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf near Burt. She reports harvesting going on in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lang of Garnavillo, Iowa, newlyweds, were guests over the week end at the Geo. Bofcvers home. Mr. Lang is a nephew of Mrs. Soever? and a son of Albert Lang of Klemme who about a year ago fell from a ladder and was seriously injured, but U now almost fully recovered. The newlyweds left Monday to visit the Homer Boevers at West Bend. May 87, 1937—The City Council met at the City Hall in regular session. The mayor, and all of the councilmen were present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following committee appointed to interview Geo. Banwart in regard to extending electric light service to his residence: Supt. J. W. Kelly and Councilmen Overmyer, White and Huenhold. The opening day for pool was set for June 8. Motion was carried to suspend the Minnie Steinman taxes on the SVa lots 5-6-7-8 Blk. 189 Call's Add on account of Inability to pay same. Motion carried that the following: Harris, Kohlhaas and Huenhold act as a zoning commission and assist City Solicitor J. L. Bonar in drawing up a zoning ordinance for new buildings. Mr. Overmyer was appointed weed commissioner for the 1937 season. The refreshment stand at the pool was let to Mrs. James Allen and the rent for the stand fixed at $2.00 per week. Following bills were allowed: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $195.00 Leo Bellock, salary 140.00 F. C. Dailey, salary 140.00 Tom Halpln, salary 135.00 Walter Gorman, salary 135.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary .... 130.00 Ray Barton, salary 130.00 C. C Wright, salary 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 140.00 Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., mdse 27.70 Langan Paper Co., mdse 5.10 Utility Supply Co., mdse. .. 1.06 Fort Dodge Tent & Awning Co., mdse 44.79 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 38.60 Save Electric Co., mdse 24.19 Star Brass Mfg. Co., mdse 12.87 West. Elect. & Mfg. Co., mdse 17.68 United States Pencil Co., mdse 88 Electric Supply Co., mdse. .. 703.15 Line Material Co., mdse 0:.88 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse 56,10 Tropical Paint & Oil Co., mdse 46.74 Terry-Durin Co., mdse 49.67 Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse 142.84 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. 408.60 West. Elect. Supply Co., mdse 226.55 Herman N. Brown Co., oil .... 393.25 Shell Petroleum Corp, gas oil ,700.75 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., contract 60.80 Remington Rand Inc., repair motor 26.80 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse 15.48 Milwaukee Railroad, freight on gas oil ^16.10 Western Union, service 31 Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs 4.31 Pratt Electric Co., mdse. .. 37.30 E. W. Hansen, mdse 227.73 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse 2.04 Kossuth Motor Co., mdse.. C.75 Norton Machine Works, repairs 66.66 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil.... 10.11 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 11.48 Cresco Union Electric Co., signs 3.22 American Legion, mdse 250 Ry. Express Agency, express 7.73 Harold Roth, labor 105.60 Ernst Thiel, meter reading . 34.88 H. W. Post, freight (resale) 24.88 H. W. Post, freight 13.78 Ralph Elbert, refund meter 5.00 W. W. Sullivan, postage 80.00 Iowa State Bank, ins. on bonds 53.67 Northwestern Bell Tele Co., service 20.89 Algona Upper Des Moines, printing 8.55 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 75.00 Hurry Barton, salary 130.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 130.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 110.00 Earl Bnwman, labor 105.60 Al Smith et al, labor 33.75 Fred Gronbach, et al, labor 167.50 Neptune Meter. Co.. mdse 23.15 Leighton Supply Co., mdse. 27.81 The Fred W. Hanks Co., mdse 15.37 Manzel Brothers Co., mdse. 9.61 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse 260.12 Thorpe Well Co.. mdse 60.00 Norton Machine Works, mdse 146.38 E. W. Hansen, labor and material 101.46 Laing & Muckey, labor and material 1.60 Botsford Lumber Co.. mdse. 4.74 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 12.If Brady Transfer Co., freight .5( Milwaukee, freight on pipe 62.83 Ry. Express Agency, express 1.16 GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary 130.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 122.00 R. H. Valentine, salary 110.00 Ed Stoll et al, special police 4 20 F. W. Green, dogs 5.50 Thos. Akre, rent 10.42 U. S. Fire Equipment Co., siren 32.27 Harris Brothers Station, gas and oil 5.14 Kossuth Motor Co.. repairs 3.78 Dutch Super Service, gas . 1.72 Algona Motor Snles, repairs 1.50 Kohlhaas & Spilles. mdse.... 4.90 Meyers Deep Rock Oil Co., gas and oil 0.75 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., service 3.32 Jesse Lashbrook. salary 125.00 Elliott Skllling, man & team 156.31 Willard Gregson, man & team 173.25 Frank Skilling, labor 82.39 Oliver Bakken, labor S7.01 George Gunder. labor 83.55 Chas. Harvey, labor 16.15 John Helmers. labor 49.35 Spear & McVay. man & team 24.50 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse 5.69 C. A. Heard, repairs 14.P5 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse 5.88 Standard Oil Co.. asphalt .... 156.48 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 13.04 Chrlstensen Bros., mdse 2.54 Brady Transfer Co., freight 37.74 Norton Machine Works, repairs 21.64 Hovey Super Service, grease 1.75 Dutch's Super Service, mdse. 1.36 Harris Bros. Station, gas and oil : n.42 Skelly Oil Co.. gas and oil 4.83 Mrs. A. M. Colllnson, salary 20.00 Dr. Sawyer rent rest room 25.00 Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump 25.00 H. S. Troutman, cement work 10.94 Algona Upper Des Moines, printing 14.95 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. .. 25.42 Geo. L. Miller, labor 14.40 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 Chas, Wagner et al, labor .. 23.50 '. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 296.82 FIRE FUND (Maintenance) C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 American Foundry & Mfg. Co., mdse 14.45 Gen. Fire Truck Corp., mdse. .921 Norton Machine Works, repairs 5.00 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs . 32.41 Ry. Express Agency, express .91 Emmetsburg Fire Department, services 50.00 Whittemore Fire Department, services 50.00 Clapp's Master Service, services 2.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Rlectric Light Fund, bond 1,000.00 Electric Light Fund, coup- ons 760.00 International Filter Co., mdse 11-97 Recreation Equipment Co., mdse 281.26 Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse 14.09 John Isaacson, labor 4.05 Christiansen ft Son, grills .. 20.00 E. W. Hnnsen, labor and material 73.13 DEPOSIT FUND C. R. 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