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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algon A, Iowa, June fli, 1987 MAN INJURED ON WHnTEMOREFARM Wffl. Roeber's Hands Hurt AtWillKuecker Place 'Whittemore: William Roeber had the misfortune to break the small finger of his right hand and cut his left hand quite badly at the Will Kuecker farm, while he was fixing a hay track on a new barn they are building. Paul Bailey of Marshal). Minnis visiting with relatives in Whittemore. The Henry Kaschmitter family of Sheldon visited with relatives here. Sunday. Harold Roth and Willard Fandel •were in town on business Monday evening. Beatrcie Knecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knecht, left for St. Paul, Monday. lola Barber of Forest City spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber. Bob Martini of Wisconsin visited at the home of his brother. Gene, Friday of last week. H. M. Burchfleld of Lane, South Dakota, visited at the Joe Eisele home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lie&ner of Austin, Minn., were visiting with friends In Whittemore Monday. O. A. Poirot was able to go to •work Friday after being laid up with an Infected finger for ten days. Miss Catherine Kirschbaum of Spencer spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Matt Klrsch- baum. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Carberry and daughter, Betty, of Norfolk, Neb.. are visiting at the John Laubenthal home. Rosella Besch who la employed at Mason City spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Besch. Mrs. P. 3. Schiltz and son. Joe, of Fort Dodge visited in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Geelan, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. I* Jessen and •on, Ralph left Wednesday for Chicago where they will spend the ffummer. * Mrs. Russell Saunders, daughter, Mary Anita, Mrs. U R Smith, Mrs. Ray Oliver and Mary Coiinne Fleming spent Friday In Mason City. Mrs. H. E. Woodward and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake attended a bridge luncheon at Eagle Grove Saturday. They were guests of Mrs. I* N. Calry. Relnald Sale, Bud Rooney and Melvin Heinrlch will play with the Algona junior baseball team in the county tournament at Algona starting Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Salz of Stacy- vllle, and Mr. and Mrs. John Vogel and children of Wellara, 111., visited at the Simon Elbert, Charles Salz and Theo. Knecht homes Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles. son Francis and Mrs. Spilles' mother, Mrs. Kleinpeter ?f New Hampton, arrived here Saturday to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Poirot and Mrs. Gertrude Spilies. Mrs. William Potter of Norfolk, Neb., arrived in Whittemore Saturday to visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Peter Haag. Sr. She is the former Matilda Haag. Mr. Potter brought her to Whittemore and returned to Norfolk the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner. daughter, Geraldine, and Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberry. son Homer and daughter, Velma Mae. and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jenson, all of Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell. Mrs. H. E. Woodward attended a council meeting of the state officers of the Girls' Friendly society at Camp Morrison, Clear Lake, Sunday. Mrs. Woodward is the membership chairman for the diocese of Iowa. Her daughter, Marilyn, who had been attending the camp for the past week, returned home with here. Miss Mary Jane Gephart and Adlore Kehoe of Minneapolis visited with relatives and friends in Whittemore a short while Sunday morn- Ing. Mrs. Kehoe, the former Grace Gephart, stopped off at Ledyard for a visit with her sister. Mrs. John Miller. Mary Jane and her sister, Inez, were graduated from high school in Minneapolis this year. Mary Jane plans on attending the University of Minnesota next year, taking a course in medical technology. Host to Father on 75th Birthday Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell entertained at dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. Mitchell's father, Ben Meling of Cylinder who was celebrating his 75th birthday anniversary. Guests were the Rev. and Mrs. A. K. Gaard and daughter, Helen, Mrs. Tobias Mansager Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Meling of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Meling of Revere, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skwar and family of Prim- gahr. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family and Mrs. Ben Mitchell all of Fenton. BUSINESS GOES ON AS USUAL IN MADRID— MADRID, Spain—This smiling young woman is emerging from a Madrid pharmacy in front of which the owner has piled sand bags as as safety measure during the frequent air raids. The sign reads "Drugs and perfumes are for sale here." FREE Brake Test We have a C'owdrey Brake Tester and invite you to have a free test to see if your brakes are within the law. Get Your Brakes Tested NOW !! And, if necessary, make arrangements for adjustment or rcliiiing. July 4th is the Dead Line Save a Life Lijrlit Adjusting ••nid Repairing Call 851J or see Vic's 1 TIRE Service East of Court House AFTER STEEL PICKETS FLEO IN MICHIGAN—MONROE. Michigan—Special police, who aided non-strikers in routing CIO pickets at the Newton Steele Company plant here last week are shown battering and overturning autos left behind by the pickets when they fled. Lone Rock \ icinity News Items At Family Reunion Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Earl Earing, son Dale, daughter, Lucille and Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth attended an Earing reunion at Kempton. III., on Sunday. Dale and Lucille remained there with relatives. Oeto Teaching Pout Gordon Blanchard has accepted a teaching position at Olin, near Cedar Rapids. He will coach and teach science. Long Inflammation Donald Nelson, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. L W. Nelson, underwent a tonsilectomy last week. Inflammation set in one of his lungs but be Is now improving. Mrs. Hardy. R. N., Algona, is caring for him. Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, is also there. 10th Anniversary A party was held Sunday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris' 10th weddnig anniversary, and Mrs. Dan Harris' birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foth and son. James, the William Foths and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker. Bancroft: the Will Maas- dams. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoppe, LuVerne; the P. L. Persons, the Merle Richards family, the Ralph Thompsons and James Benschoter, Fairmont The Harry Hobsons were Sunday guests at the D. T. Hobsons, Burt James Murray. Algona, come on Sunday for a visit at the Charles Bierles. TWOARMSTOONG RESEWTS BURIED Armstrong: Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p. m. In Boone for Mrs. Charles Erlckson, who passed away Wednesday evening at her home here after an illness of several months. Mrs. Er- lckson had earlier In the year, received medical treatment sin the Coleman hospital In EsthervillS, but was later moved to her home. • Mrs. Erickson Is survived by her husband and seven children: Mrs. Albert Barnes of Ledyard, Mrs. Will Davis of St. Paul, Mrs. Glen Fairchlld of Boone, Mrs. Samuel Christopher of Ledyard, Cecil of Estherville and Mary and Ernest of Armstrong and two sisters and three brothers. Intrement was made in the Boone cemetery. The Earl Rasmussen family have moved into rooms in the Lynch building. Frank Macumber left Thursday for Waterloo, where he has carpenter work. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gross were Sunday dinner guests at the C. E. Householders. Calvin Householder trucked cattle to St Paul, Sunday, for Raymond Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent Sunday at the George Pettits. Ardith Dettman, Burt, came Saturday for a visit with Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Huskamp's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Algona were Sunday evening guests at the A. H. Hannas. John Long sang over the radio station at Yank ton. South Dakota, one night last week. P. M. Christenson and son, Merwyn attended a Hereford breeders' picnic in Ames Sunday. The James Ackermans spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the A. R. Wlllretts, Fenton. The Joe and Merle CulberUon families attended a Rouse reunion at Lost Island, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Cotton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Cain. Humboldt, were ' Sunday afternoon guests of the Will Christensons. Frank Spear, Good Hope, Seriously 111 Good Hope: Frank Spear, who was BO ill a year ago with pneumonia, is again suffering with UM same malady at the home of his daughter, Mr*. Roy Sarchett. Although not confined to his bed his condition is serious owing to his advanced age, 77. His soil, Arthur and wife and two children of Sherburn, Minn., visited him and the Sarchetta Monday. Otto Lube W«J« Friday, June 11, at Fort Dodge, occurred the marriage of Otto Laabs and Mrs. Anna Anderson. The groom is a well known and prosperous farmer in Good Hope community. The bride is a cousin of the former Mrs. Laabs, who passed passed away two years ago. Tuesday evening of last week a group of neighbors descended upon the newly weds for a charivari and were hospitably received. The commun ity joins in congratulations and best wishes. ley and Austin Gardners, the Arthur Jackmans. the "Jack" Ditsworths and Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil part- icpated in a party. Sunday, at the Glen Jenkinsons Sunday in honor of Eleanor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cruikshank. Miss Eleanor has just returned from Ann Arbor and Detroit, Mich,, where she has been taking special nurse training work and is soon to leave for Cherokee, Iowa, where we are Informed, she is to do special county work. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at two o'clock at the Presbyterian church for Mrs. Andrew Burt, Sr.. 69 years old. The services were conducted by the Rev. Robert Irvin and burial was made in the Armstrong cemetery. Susan Mitchell was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell of Ontario, Canada, and was born In 1867. In 1870 at three years of age she came with her parents to Armstrong, where she has lived for 66 years. In 1889 she was married to Andrew Burt of Seneca township, Kossuth county, and to this union seven children were born: Mrs. Susie Helmers of Lone Rock, Mrs. Helen Wood of Rlngsted, Alva, Robert, Glen, Joe and Andy, Jr., all of Armstrong: one sister, Mrs. John Gibbs of Lanford, North Dakota, and a brother, Andrew Mitchell of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Alehouse Guerdet and family were Sunday evening visitors at the H. M. Irmlter home. Clara Smith, student at Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio. Is spending the summer vacation at the parental C. t. Smith home. Anton Guerdet Harold Eaton, Gus Stone and Axel Hansen return- e3 Friday evening from a five day fishing trip in northern Minn. Are Two Highest In Grade Exams SENECA NEWS «eeeett«859Mam<«BXH»«eee^e»( Howard Bollig Is spending several weeks In northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and sons spent Sunday evening at the Tom St. John home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger and family of near Algona spent Sunday at the parental J. W. Bollig home. Art Ahrend, who Is employed at Emmetsburg, spent the week end at the Henry Klein and Joe Crowley homes. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and sons were dinner guests at the the Jack Banwart home near Rodman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Theodore Christiansen home at Ringsted. Elizabeth Burt, a Seneca N. R. G. club member, was the Seneca delegate chosen to attend the convention at Ames this week. Several ladies of the Helpful Thursday club met at the Jay Godden home Friday afternoon to plan entertainment for a club picnic. Little Gordon and Lois Burt, the small children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt, are spending several days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Flier, north of Armstrong. Richpoint Nero Whittemore: Luana M. Dau, daughter of Mrs. W. F. Dau, who has attended St. Paul's Lutheran parochial school hi Whittemore, took first place in the Kossuth county eighth grade examinations. Her average was 94J. Miss Dau has been a very active student and she and her instructor. Prof. H, W. Behnke are to be congratulated on her success. Paul Fuerstenau, a student of Prof. William Schmlel of Letts Creek Lutheran parochial school, placed second. Anna Mse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Butler was the only other Whittemore student, who was rated on the honor roll. Steve Loss, Irvington, shelled corn for J. A. Johnson on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Winkel were Sunday guests at the Frank Cape- slus home. Vera Johnson, who has been vacationing at Clear Lake, returned to her home Sunday. Bert Seely, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely, former Rich Point residents, went to Clear Lake Sunday to enjoy R several days' outing. Mrs. Hugh Raney visited at the Delos Gardner home on Saturday. Her mother, Mrs. Eva Gardner, is spending some weeks with the Delos Gardners. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robiaon have moved to Fort Dodge, where they will operate the Rainbow Inn. The Keith Strayer family will live on the farm vacated by the Rob- isons. THF WOMAN'S FAVO.RMF » / tf SPEC I PL! For Fri. Sat. Portland Twp. CTaffW***^^ St. Benedict News MANILA FILE FOLDERS A Hundred ASSORTED TABS BLANK OR PRINTED THEY STAND THE WEAR! Accurately made oi clear, smooth, sturdy Manila stock that will give long wear. Made on automatic machines which insure uniform cutting and tabbing. Single and double top styles. LETOX SIZE Stock »«• 100 US 102 LS ISO DM ••fefct Medium Medium Heavy Cut Straight Hali- printed tabs Straight-double lop usrraicx 100 $1.30 1.S5 2.1S 1.000 $10.60 12.78 18.00 Sold By Tue Algona Upper Des Moines TYPEWRITERS—COMMERCIAL PRINTING In New York A card j,ostmark«d New York City from Miss Phoebe Morgan where she hai been since soon after her school closed at Sheldon, indicates that she is having an inter- j esting and instructive time in the big cry She is visiting the Lyle Morrises and is planning to start back to Iowa with them July 7. Mike Kramer and family visited with Father Kramer Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Klein of Wesley spent Saturday afternoon at the Lawrence Cink home. Father Kramer and his housekeeper drove to Ashton, Iowa, to visit his parents, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyvr, Lorraine and Louise Huschka were shoppers in Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mri. Walter LJchter and son, Jackie of Algona spent Sunday at the parental John Arndorfer home Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson visited with Mr. and Mrs. McKem- na Sunday. Mrs. Anderson is Mr. McKemna's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bogt and family of Rochelle. Ill. tame Mon- Joe Lage. Irvlngton, spent the week end with the Becker boys. A threshers' meeting was held Monday evening at the Tony Jandls. Mrs. S, M. Petersen spent Monday night with Mrs. Gertie Thompson, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and family spent Sunday at the Cbas. Egels, Irvlngton. lona Godfredson, Algona, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning visited the tatter's sister, Mrs. Geo. Godden at Lake Ookobjl Sunday. The Carl Watson family, Woren. and Helen Saathoff were Sunday visitors at the Tony Jandle home. Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill and her daughters, Marilyn and Delores, visited Monday evening at the Tony Jandls. Elda Jandl (pent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl. She is working for the John Reeds, near Doan. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Boettcher, Minn., visited the Earl Shlpler*, over the week end. Mrs. Boettcheir and Mr. Shipler are sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and son. Lone Rock, were Sunday supper guests at the C. E. Sigsbees. In the evening, the group visited Mrs. Sigsbee's mother in Algona, Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen spent the week end with their daughters, Bernice and Mrs. Rex Austin, Jewel. Norma Jean Shipler accompanied them and will spend a week with an aunt. •-IMS) »• ran $XJU Special Special 79 B*C«l*r Price Ms Soetfe) 55* STbMtfswretk Regular Price He Se.eUl 69* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. 83. No. 4255 in District Court, June GAMBLE STORES MAYTAG SS5SS"S,, ^i- jaaSSs-l ss£Hssri3£ op Ji h?e «a» her P 0 ? 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West Bend, la. 25» opgogaoBXhCKftCKKMa^^ (JSE THE WANT ADS FOB QUICK RESULTS day to visit Mr». Bogt'* miters, Mr».' Term, 1937 The V. J. and Ceph Gross families were guests Sunday at the Lloyd Gross home. Zelda Reid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ben Keid, i* home for the summer from her school work at Vm- ton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood McArthur are away this week at Spirit Lake for a fishing trip and vacation. Mr. and Mrs F A. McArthur, Algona, are caring for the former's young son, Reuben, and looking after the things at the farm. V. J. Gross lost his only milk cow last week. Vern in a good farmer and makes money at it but he has a theory that it is poor busine** to play flunky to a. bunch of milk cows twice a day seven days a week. Maybe he is right, but we kind of feel that we could find ten farmers who would agree that be ought to nave at least one cow on band. The Ed Hackbarths, Mrs. Louis Hintz of Algona and her granddaughters, Alice and Doraine Kohlwes, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes, Austin. Minn., drove to We»tgate, Iowa, Saturday afternoon where they visited with Arn old HinU, all returning home Sunday afternoon except Madam Hinta and granddaughter, Lucille Hackbarth, who will remain for about two weeks. Doraine and Alice Kohlwes will visit at the Hackbarths during that lime. A group oi 39 which included James Cruikshiuik and the A. R. Cruikshanks, Algona, the Frank and L. A. Cruikshanka, the Stas- (ieorge Arndorfer and Mr«. A. B. Venteicher. Hay Jenett son of Mm. Catherine Jenett. who had attended college at Iowa City, returned home on Sunday to spend the summer with nix mother. Mr. and Mm. George Olson. Jr, of near Lotts Creek spent Sunday afternoon with her brother. Bernard and sisters, Lucille and Caroline Arndorfer. Miss Irene Fasbender and her friend, Virginia Smith, all of Stacyville, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs John McKemna. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, her mother, Mrs. John Locbig ol Wealey, spent Saturday in Mason City. J. M. Witte and von, Jo- »eph also spent the day in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Suussy and family ol Mason City, Mrs. Josephine Rostnmeyer and Mrs. France* Kleagel spent Sunday afternoon at the Henry Arndorfer borne. Mr. and Mr*. Walter Kockler and son» were vuttor* at the Ben Dorr home Sunday. Cletus Dorr, who U employed at the Kockler* and a friend, Mr. Schiltz, also accompanied them to hut home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rahm, Den Moiiies and Mrs. Phillip Immerfall and her son. Lto. drove to Clare- rnojit. Minn., to visit the Fred Mu- lert family. Mrs. Fred Mulert is reported not in good, health at I present. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Matt O»terbau*r, Deceased, dated September 20th, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1037, is Axed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified aad required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and tor the last Will and Testament of laid deceaMd. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 5, U37. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, Atty. 2S-28 »i "Sharp Stomach Pains Upset My Whole System Neutralize IxrllalliiK sc»lds will) Adlii Tatli l». Htlp to prevent a aortr, jnflmed ^tumach, yet eat what you want. Adla uivts relief or your money tack. Says K. 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