The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 17,1937 2WHITTEMORE MEN ARE HURT , IN AXE SUPS Geo. Gh-onbach Cuts hand; Curtis Sheilder (Jets Gashed Head Whittemore: George Gronbach had the misfortune to cut His hand quite badly with a hand axe while trimming tree branches, Monday. Curtis Shefdler had the same kind of an accident when he cut a gash on his head, Monday night, while also chopping the limb from a tree. The axe caught in the clothes line and In some manner bounced back and struck him in the head. Dr. McCreery treated both wounds. In LUSBY RUNS A BAR" ROOM Great Excitement in Algona and SWEDE BEARDSLEY is Bartender Only a short distance from the State Liquor .Store jSo you can come right over ancf get some of our delicious ICE Cream Bars Swede makes them from our own Home Made Ice Cream Try them! Lusby's We Make Our Own Fresh Daily your friends are much NEARER today Measured by what it coin to talk by telephone, many of your out-of-town friends are scarcely half as rar from you as they were about tea years ago. Repeatedly B*JI Sys- to» Inventions and discoveries kev* lowered Ike eost »f providing U>«9 distance service. In line with our policy, these sev- legs fceve been passed •|«M te you froM tiate to tiate In Lone Distance rate (eductions. Our never-ending jobis topro- vide you with the quality of telephone service that meets your needs. ^ M01THWMTIIN MIL TIIIMONI HOIfirANY Gronbach's case, a clamp was necessary to close the wound. Lutheran Aid Elects the members of the Lutheran Ladles' Aid held their regular monthly meeting at the Lutheran school hall Thursday afternoon. Election of officers were held at this meet- Ing Mrs. Elmer Bell succeeded Mrs. P. O. Rahn as president and Mrs. W. A. Rusch succeeded herself as vice president; Mrs. Louis Qrelnwt, secretary, and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, treasurer. Those who served lunch after the business meeting had closed were Mrs. Henry Lauck, Mrs. Will Lauck, Mrs. Fred Lehman, Mrs. Herman Maahs, Mrs. George Maahs and Mrs. Edward Maahs. Is De Paul Graduate Word was received here by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody that their son, George, graduated front DePaul law college In Chicago last Wednesday and will be home the Jatter part of this month. At Germann Wake Among those who attended the wake and funeral of Mrs. Eva Germann of St. Benedict were Ella Burke, Frank Burke and son, John, Mrs. John Cullen, Mrs. Will Hlg- gins, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmttt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brady. The Loy Olivers of LeMars spent Sunday with the W. T. Olivers. Sister M. Thomasine is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. Gene Henry of West Bend spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert and twin sons of Algona spent Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Elbert. Kathryn and Geraldine Sullivan of Ledyard spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder. Raymond Meyer, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade had his tonsils removed in Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. Mrs. Russ Brady and Mrs. Joe Cullen and Patsy and John were Mason City visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach accompanied by Alice Dott, Alvera Behnke and Vera Dott were in Des Moines Monday of last week. Editor and-Mrs. Louis Elbert of Pocahontas spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert north of town. Ava Simpson and Gall Sherrod drove to Des Moines last week Monday morning on business. They returned home the latter part of the week. ErwJn Vaudt, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt returned home from St. Paul last week to spend his summer vacation here. He is attending Concordia College, The young married folks Bible class of the Methodist church held their regular meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber on Tuesday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foxsen drove to Arnolds Park last week Monday morning to take back Mrs. Mae Butler and daughter, Beverly. Mrs. Butler has charge of a beauty parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culien and son, John and daughter, Patsy of Mln- onk, 111., arrived at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen Friday. They will remain for a week. PREPARING A BREAKFAST FOR 1,000,000 GRASSHOPPERS—Midwest farmers will not be caught asleep at the post this year when grasshoppers invade their fields for what threatens to be the worst infestation In'history. State, county and community grasshopper control committees have seen to it that every farm has had a chance to obtain bait r.nd lenrn how to mix it In this picture, Fred Johnson, left, Oscar Berry and Homer Hosier, Platt county (111) farmers, are using a home-made seed treating machine to mix their bait. The Platt county farmers are following a formula recommended by the College of Agriculture, University of Illinois, consisting of 100 pounds of bran, 2 gallons of oil (SAE 20-30) and 4 pounds of white arsenic. A well-prepared bait will have some poison on every particle of bran. It Is estimated that In 1936 grasshoppers ate up more than $17,000,000 worth of farm crops in Illinois alone. RAIN, HAIL BRING DAMAGE, ST. JOE St. Joe: Rain and hail did considerable damage in this vicinity on Saturday afternoon and evening. Many fields were mostly under water and several bridges were washed out and some roads were damaged. Sisters to Dnbuqne The St. Joseph's Sisters left on Saturday for Mt. St. Frances Convent, Dubuque where they will spend the summer. Adeline Erpelding plnys the organ and is in charge of the choir during the choir sisters' absence. One Mnss Sunday Due to the absence of Father Theobald there will be only one Mass on Sunday, June 20, and that be at 8:30 o'clock. Martin Meyer of Garner was a caller in Whittemore Sunday to get his family who spent from last week Thursday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz and family were at Curlew Sunday at the homes of Earl Sprong and Joe Murray. Mary Braatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz, stayed for an extended visit. Tommy Rutledge was a caller at the John Cullen home Saturday and Judy and Mary Skow of Emmetsburg were there Sunday and James Fay and Carl Speea all of Emmetsburg were Monday callers. The Rev. Father William Veil left for Sioux City Monday to attend the annual priest's retreat at Trinity College. Father Greteman has charge of this section of the diocese during the retreat. Henry Dahlhauscr of Tallulah, Louisiana, has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser of West Bend and relatives here last week. He expects to remain in this vicinity this summer. Mrs. Will Lauck entertained at her home Friday night in honor of her nephew, Louis Schmeling's 18th birthday: Wilbur and Margaret Baas of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bobo and Lucille Schmellng of Emmetsburg. Rev. W. H. Dlscher drove to Hartley Sunday morning where he delivered a mission festival sermon. Student Paul Frledrich of Humboldt had charge of both*the German and English sermons hers on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody from here and Mr. and Mrs. John Neu and Leo Goeders of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Neu of Kansas City, Zender & Caldwell Have The Socks FATHER'S DAY June 2O* TM« OMBATBST NAMB IN SOCK* No man can have too many socks—few men have enough. Every man knows and appreciates Interwoven Socks—they fit better, wear longer and look better. Priced at 35c, 3 pair for 1.00—50c, 2 for 1.00 Boxed for Dad How About a New Shirt or Tie for JUNE 20TH, FATHERS' DAT Zender & Caldwell A GOOD STORE FOB DADS' DAY '•-wWV/x/AViv/xx/////'//^^ Wo., and Clara Gore of Charles City were at a family reunion at :he Nick Goeders home near Cyl- nder Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sanders, Wiv and Mrs. John Uhlenhake and Alma Genevieve Cairy drove to Ft. tfadison last week for a visit with James, George and Joe Krogmeier. VTrs. James Krogmeier was former- y Alice June Cairy and Mrs. Joe and George Krogmeier are sisters of John Uhlenhake. Alma Cairy remained for an extended visit with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. William Hnglind of Bode were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Thilges home. Mrs. Jake Gnrmann. Minneapolis nnd Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding spent Tuesday evening with Sister Hiltrude. Lucille Thilges returned to her home at West Bend Sunday after several weeks at the John Berte home. Pearl Reding is assisting with icusehold duties at the Orville Wagner home during the absence of Marie Flsch. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert and Family from Corwith were last Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Becker home. Alida Thilges returned home from Iowa City last week Friday, where she attended the state university the past year. Peggy Schad from Plalnvlew, Minn., left for her home Wednesday after several days visit at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. Mr. and Mrs. EdwarJ Besch and daughter, Janice of Whittemore, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Orville Wagner home. Betty and Alvin Klein from near Burt, spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. They are working at the Math Beckers near Burt. Mrs. Jake Gormann and grand- Fairview-Corwith daughter. Joyce Ktirth from Minneapolis nre visiting at the homo of tnc former's daughter. Mrs. Will Reeling and family. Carl issuer returned home Sunday from Iowa City, where he attended school the past year. He will help his parents in their store in Bode this summer. Air. and Mrs. Jake Zcller, Mrs. Edward Butler and daughter nml George Zcllar from Watertown, S. D., left for their home Tuesday after n visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Jr., are the parents of a bnby boy born Monday, June 14th. 'l he infant was baptized James Henry. Sponsors were Mrs. Math Hilbert anil Henry Gcishecker. Math Mergen anil Anne and Edwin from Dell Rapids. South Dakota, spent Wednesday afternoon i>n<i evening at the John Berte home. They were on their way home from Dubuque where they had gone to attend a funeral. Sister M. Gcorglne and Sister Rita Claire from Bancroft were short callers at the George Becker homo Sunday evening. They were on their way to Fort Dodge to take a train for Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul from Ottosen took them to Fort Dodge. Ed Illg, Mrs. Rosalie Illg, Delores, and Aloysius, Charles and Mary Illg of Currie, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and family and Mr, and Mrs. Harold Reding and daughters were last Sunday dinner guests at the George Wagner home. June Bride Guest At LuVerne Shower LuVerne: Mrs. Ed Hof and Mrs. Albert Genrlch were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Emma Voss, a June bride, at the Hof home Friday afternoon. There were 24 ladies in attendance and many lovely gifts were received by the bride-to-be. The afternoon was spent informally with games and contests and a dainty lunch was served In the bride's chosen colors of pink and white. Little Marilyn Miller acted the part of Cupid and dressed in a dainty white gown brought the gifts to the honored guest in a little express wagon daintily trimmed in pink and white. Miss Voss who has been a very successful teacher at Sexton will become the bride of Herman Wise, Sexton, the latter part of June. ou are invited to a complete showing of £L^* f IwlooiS ~~*O ilverware created for those who seek the finest Of course, you will wsnt to tee this .much-discussed silverware. And... do you know that you can own » service of lovely Heirloom Plate for « little M $30.00? Or that you can ittart your tet with 6 teaspoons for only $3.50? It it really unnecessary, now, to compromise on anything less fine than Heirloom. Mrs. Bill Johnson enjoyed a visit from her sister-in-law the pasl week. Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter entered the Park hospital at Mason City Sunday morning for treatment. Delores and Carroll Shipman of Clear Lake, were week end visitors with relatives and friends at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace, Mrs. Lillian Scace and Mrs. Mattie Beers were Mason City visitors on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and Roberta Masterson were callers at Webster City and at the Fred Frakes home in Woolstock Satur day. Mrs. Reginald Bastian and baby daughter, Rennle Lau, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Unger and family and Mrs. Callie Lawrence and son, Leslie and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trennry were Sunday visitors at the John May home near Kanawha. Mrs. Ed Chambers and daughter, Elaine, visited at the Lee Williams home Friday afternoon. On Sunday, Mrs. Walter Hunt and daughter, Elsie of LuVerne were callers at the Williams home. Mrs. William Walker entertained her mother, Mrs. Susan Lease and brother, Ammon Lease of Wesley on Sunday. Other Sunday guests at the Walker home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and daughter, Jessie and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown and two children spent last week Sunday at the home of the former's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr at Spirit Lake. i Mrs. Glen Barracks spent the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Frakes and family at Woolstock. She assisted in the care of the latter's daughter, Miss Donnabelle Seamonds, who is very seriously ill with lobular pneumonia. Mrs. Henry Dussler of Momence, 111., an aunt of Mrs. Fred Yates, came Saturday for a visit at the Yates home, and with relatives at Sexton. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Yates and Mrs. Dussler visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Klaus Kruse in LuVerne. Lester and Orville Gernentz and their mother of Edinburg, Texas, came Saturday for a visit at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder. Mrs. Gernentz will remain here for the summer, and Lester and Orvlile will leave the end of the week for St. Louis and points in Indiana before returning to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Massion drove to Iowa City last week Sunday and took the latter's mother, Mrs. Laura Francis, of Sexton to the University hospital, where she remained for treatments. Their daughter, Miss Frances Massion, who is a student at the State University of Iowa, returned home with them to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Christianson and son, Dicky, of Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and daughter, Helen Louise, of of Des Moines, visited Sunday and Monday at the Erail Sorensen home. On Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Madsen of Chicago arrived for a few days visit The Sor- ensons and Madsens spent Tuesday in Des Moines visiting with the former's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hartin. The Mad- sens left Wednesday Cor their home. 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