The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1937 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pee Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 24,1937 North East * Kossuth Page EX-T1TONKAN WRITES OF LIFE ON WEST COAST Herbert Winter Tells of Gaining 6 Lbs. in Weight Titonka: Friends of Herbert T. Winter and family, formerly of Swea City and Titonka will be pleased to know that Mr. Winter has gained six pounds in weight; that they all like their new California home, and praise the wonderful climate. Reginald is assisting as station agent in the Vaux garage and Herbert Jr., is kept busy taking care of the garden, chopping natural wood with which to have evening fires, as each evening calls for a wood fire. Fruit and vegetables are plentiful, the working hours short, and the beautfiul scenery through wooded hills over winding roads enjoyed each evening as they are free to roam about the country. Hfelfner Reunion, 4th The annual family reunion will 1 be held at the home of Mrs. Emma F. Helfner on Sunday, July 4th, when the many relatives from far and near meet to visit and enjoy a bounteous feed. Game* will be played, program rendered and a jovial celebration will occur. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Orthel and children were Sunday morning callers in Burt. John F. Fisher left Monday morning for Rockwell City where he win attend a state shoot Misses Charlene and Phyllis Lamoreux returned from a visit with relatives at Ottosen and Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Petersen and W. J. Denton drove to Spirit Lake Monday for fishing, returning home Tuesday. Miss Gladys Boggess spent Sunday at the parental Craven home, coming up from Ames with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin. _ On Sunday, July llth, relatives of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stott will hold their annual family reunion at the W. H. Stott home. James Hansen who recently moved from Hutchlns to the Boyken building, Is now employed at the Andrew Petersen barber shop. Al Young, Robert Litchenberger, Lem Stockwell and Fritz Beenken went to Lost Island Saturday night fishing and report a good catch. Mrs. Gus Rlchter received word • gnmluy 'advising her of the birth of a 10H pound son to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen, south of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fritz, Jr., are the proud and happy parents of a son since Friday morning. This makes the third boy in the family. Lewis Bartlett and Ernest Petersen attended to business matters In D«s Moines the last of the week, and visited with their friend, Tom Petit Mrs. Herman Dreesman and Infant son have returned to their country home from the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Mrs. John Everts is assisting in the home. Barber A. M. Petersen and Mrs. Petersen left Monday for a week's vacation in Minneapolis and northern Minnesota. James Hansen will have charge of the barber shop during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newville and brother, Wm. Newville, returned from Des Moines Sunday where they visited relatives, while Postmistress Newville attended the postmasters' convention. Mr. and Mrs. H. Rex Austin came up from Jewel Sunday to spend the day at the parental George Larsen home, and visiting with other relatives and friends, returning early Monday morning to Jewel. The community was shocked on Friday afternoon upon learning of the death of John Kuchenreuther, a long time resident here. No particulars have been learned except that the funeral was to be Monday afternoon. The Girl Scouts held a benefit ice cream social at the K. & H. garage Saturday night to raise funds for a camping trip soon. They re- report the social a splendid success, weather conditions and no lights taken Into consideration. Members of the Ramsey church, north of town are now holding their Sunday morning services at the Titonka consolidated school building, during the construction of their new church, which will be completed and ready for occupancy Sept. 24th. Misses Gladys and Beryl Boggess have rented an apartment In Ames, and this week are moving their household goods there. Cara Lou will accompany them. Miss Gladys is employed in the creamery there and Miss Beryl will keep house and care for Cara Lou. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson and family spent Sunday at Albert Lea at the home of Mrs. Adamson's sister. Enroute they expected to see much damage from the tornado which caused no lights Saturday night here, but,they failed to find the tornado stricken area. Mrs. Jennie Breen, who has been DOUBLE TROUBLE—r.TUNCIE, Inc.—BrooKS Morris nnd Chilly Shaw. Muncie, Ind., didn't know that they were headed for a pile of trouble when the car in which they were riding sideswipped two other autos, and crashed through the front porch of a house owned by Clyde R. Grey. Grey refused to permit Morris to remove the car from the premises because Morris had no money to pay for damages inflicted upon the house. Grey's scheme Is to force the finance company holding papers on the car to take the case to court so that they might reclaim the car Then, claims Grey, the car will be removed and the porch roof will fall to the ground and he will sue the finance company for that damage. The finance company says that It Isn t Interested in the car and doesn't want It and that the collision Insurance puts them "in the clear." Morris wants to get the car repaired so that he can take a trip to California. To prevent this Grey has anchored the car to the tree with a very heavy chain so that Morris cannot reclaim the car while Grey Is asleep. Gerled News icoouucHKtceeae Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard spent Monday evening at the Kelly home. Mrs. Frank Kelly entertained the Ledyard Aid at her home Thursday of this week. Dolores Mayne spent the week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Jongberg of Armstrong. C. C. Cammack nnd Mrs. Finn were Sunday vistors at the A. Friets home in Elmore. Mrs. Howard Mnyne and Mrs. Ynhnke of Ledyard were Monday visitors in Gerled homes. Miss Dena Gerdes returned to her home in Bancroft after a week's visit at the Ole Gerdes home. D. O. Friets nnd family spent Sunday forenoon nt Tuttle Lake nnd the afternoon nt the home of his brother in Elmore. Genevieve Thackery of Armstrong was a Monday visitor at the Frank Kelly home. She was accompanied jy Evelyn Mayne of Ledyard who emained for a week's visit. The D. O. Friets family and Mrs Finn enjoyed the hospitality of the Olsons Friday evening at their farm home. The home, lawn, garden and flowers are a treat to visitors' eyes. C. C, Cammack returned Wednesday from a trip to various points n central Iowa, He reports that our crops are further advanced ai there was more rain there and crops were planted late. MRS. PETER KOPPEN RITES AT LEDYARD CHURCH LAST MONDAY an operative patient at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center for the past three weeks returned to her home Sunday. Mrs. Breen is being cared for by her daughters, Miss Stella Mae and Mrs. Elmer Petersen, and her son, Harold Breen. Mr. and Mrs, Nels Benjamin, . Frederick, Gene and Ardith Ann of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winter, Gerald and Deloris of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lam- oreint, Allan, Phyllis, CbarUne, Byron, Marlon and Merle of Titonka; James Winter of Gllmore City, and Mrs. Ernest Wilson and son, Robert of Tehula, Mississippi, were Sunday guests at the W. J. Denton home. Grant News Lakota Young Folks Enjoy 'Hobo' Party Lakota.-.. 40 young people of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a Hobo party at the Frank Lewis home Friday evening and wonderful Indeed were.some of the costumes on display. Games were played on the lawn and a hobo lunch was served, each In a paper sack. A business meeting was held after lunch and it was decided to have no Christian Endeavor services during July and August. Club Is Sponsoring Tennis Court, Lakota Lakota: Mrs. Arch Fedge was hostess to the Acorn Club in the closing meeting of the year. The club Is sponsoring a tennis court for the young people as its community project and they voted $15 to start the equipment The program, "Modern Women In Politics" consisted of "Should Women Enter Politics", Mrs. J. H. Warburton; "Secretary Frances Perkins", Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and "Ruth Bryan Owen Rhode," written by Mrs R. L. Williams and read by Mrs Fedge as Mrs. Williams was unable to be present. Mrs. I. E. Wortman introduced chorus reading which will be taken up by the club this year. Married At Bancroft in 1888; Nephews Are Pallbearers Walls psinted with LOWE BROTHERS MELLO-GLOSS kttp their rich, uttay lustre. This semi-clou wsll paint is > perfect wathsble finish for soy wsll surface. Ordinary *o*p and water or a food cleaning compound removes stains, (pot* and unudges and keep* MeUo-GloMcd walls new and beautiful. Ask about the complete range of Mello-Glot* Colon when you come in for your FREE copy of Lowe Brother* Book containing 1 58 Practical Hints on Painting and Decorating, F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Billy McDonald of Ledyard is visiting at the Reynold Bros. home. Donald Mlno had his tonsils removed at the Blue Earth hospital Tuesday. Louis Schmall of Mason City is visiting at the home of his suiter, Mrs. Arden Reynolds. Gladys Speicher went to Fairmont, Minn., Sunday to assist at the home of her cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speicher were callers at the Charles Blair and Ely Anderson homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and children spent Sunday at the O. A. Waterbury home at Ceylon, Minn. A large crowd attended a charivari on Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kram- erameier at Ledyard Monday evening. Mrs. Roy Mino received word of the death of her nunt, Mrs. Nellie Thomas at Clarion Tuesday of this week. Mrs. sssssscascfc Hebron News Roy Mino and daughters went to Fairmont Monday. Lucille remained to spend the summer at the home of her aunt Mrs. Leslie Speicher and Marjorie works in a cafe. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and daughter and Curtis Skaggs spent Sunday at the H. L. Read home in Lyle, Minn. Evelyn Read returned wttn tnem for a visit. Mrs. Ed Jordahl and boys spent Sunday at Grand Meadow, Minn., visiting with their daughter and family and also to bring Jean Larson home who has visited a week with her grandmother. Mrs. Ben Twait is at Mason City taking treatment She left las' Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slmser vlsted Thursday evening at the Adrian Hausklns. Mrs. Gust Nelson helped Mrs. Ed Jordahl with some paper hanging last Monday. Mrs. Selmer Matheson assisted her slater, Mrs. Carl Matheson with canning meat Tuesday. A birthday party was given fo Mrs. Gertie Boehm last Tuesday A good crowd attended. Oscar Frandle and Tom Berg at tended a soil conservation meeting at Algona last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haggen an family were Sunday dinner guest at the Bert Russ home. Mrs. C. Hayward and .her siste attended an alumni banquet a Bricelyn last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle an Pierce of family were Thursday evenin TYKE THEATRE TITONKA, IOWA (Friday and Saturday, June 25th and 26th "MAN OF THE PEOPLE" With Joseph Caltata, Florence Wee, Thoma* Mitchell. Ted Hi»Iy Selected Sb-urt Subject Added Sunday and Monday, June 27th and 28th Sunday Matinee 1:30-3:30 ' 'WE HAVE CUB MOMENTS'' With Sally EUara and June* Dunn g^ Selected Shorte Wednesday and Thursday, June 30- July 1 "JUNGLE PRINCESS" Wife Dorothy Laraour wd »Uy MUiaud Coming—July 11-12— The Louis-Braddock Fight Pictures wwvwwwwvvyw guests at the J. E. Olsons in Rake Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauski and family visited Friday evenin at the Carl Hauskin home in Raki Arlin Hauskin is spending a wee with his uncle and aunt, Mr. an Mrs. Lloyd Loge near Bricelyr Minn LEDYARD NEWS | H Levine and Omar Legried had their tonsils and adenoids removed at Frost by Dr. Hanson and Dr. Somers last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth and Oscar Legried of Bricelyn spent Sunday afternoon with the Oscar Frandles. Mrs. Edgar Matheson and her children and Mrs. Albert Engelby were luncheon guests Tuesday at the Mrs. Ernie Halverson boms. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Halverson, Duane and Marilyn and Mr. and Mrs. OUn Larson spent Sunday evening at the Selmer Mathesons. Ed Slmser is having a foundation put under the house at Stevens where Mrs Gust Nelson now lives. Collison of Elmer is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Oswald of Elmore and Mrs. Irvin Thompson and Marlyn were luncheon guests at the Elmer Quam home Friday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the Adrian Hauskins were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge and Jani.ce, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Matzke, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson and Milford and Mrs. Clara Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin had their baby baptized last Sunday at the Zion church. The sponsor* were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge and Mr. and Mrs. Fred MaUke. She received the name oi Shirley Rae. Lakota: Funeral services were eld for Mrs. Peter Koppen, Sr., at .acred Heart church at Ledyard 110:30 o'clock Monday. Mrs. Kop>en passed away at the hospital In iuffalo Center last Friday morning ollowing an operation about 10 ays before. Mary Wise Koppen was born at Wosbolt, Luxemburg, Germany, and was 72 years of age at time of death. She came to America when a young girl and was united in marriage to Peter Koppen at Bancroft, April 25, 1888 and they began keep- ng house on their farm east of own, now owned by the son, Gust <opp«n. Three children were born to them, Gustave, Esther, Mrs. George Breen, Titonka, and Irene. Mrs. George Hlffgins, Titonka. who with her husband and seven grandchildren are left to mourn her departure. Mrs. Koppen also leaves many other relatives and friends. One brother and two sisters preceded her in death. Six nephews acted as pallbearers and she was buried in Sacred Heart cemetery. The Frank Lewis family spent Sunday visiting relatives in Humboldt Bill Ley, Jr., and Robert Hamilton spent the week end fishing at Spirit Lake. The Henry Mitchells attended a reunion of the Estle family at Goodell, Sunday. The Charles Eggerths drove to Renwick Sunday and spent the day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton attended the funeral of Miss Durant In Algona last week. The Harry Moes spent Sunday with Mr. Moe's mother at Lake Crystal, Minn., helping her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. August Bauman attended the funeral of Mrs. Bauman's brother, Mr. Kuchenreuth- er at Burt, Monday afternoon. Coonie Roelfsema sold the barber shop recently purchased at Burt and the family have moved into the Vance Lester house in the north purt of town. The Henry Pattersons and the Dave Pattersons, Lakota. and the Bert Pattersons, Swea City, spent Sunday with the men's mother, Mrs. Sarah Patterson. Fred Brand, who operates an oil station on No. 9 north of Lakota, has put in Shell products and a new self-computing pump and has painted his building the Shell colors. The Clarence Baum family moved into the Bruer house vacated by the Coonie Roelfsernas last week The Ted Gabels moved to Burt and will occupy the house Coonie Rolef- semas rented when he expected to move to Burt. The Otto Koppens. the Emory Smiths. Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Leila Hansen. Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs Bob Clemans, Titonka. attended a reunion of the Smiths at the Roy Farringtons, Montgomery, Iowa, on Sunday. The.Ernest Julius family from northern Minnesota were also in attendance. Margaret Schroeder and Calvin Ukena were delegates from the Presbyterian church to the Christ ian Endeavor summer conference at Storm Lake, June 16 to 23. Nor man Frerking took them to Algona from where thay went to Storn Lake with a group from there am then Norman went to Storm S^akr and brought them home Wednes day Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. Jerrj Heelland and Mrs. Charles Eggerth drove to Ames Friday morning where they took part in the large chorus put on ia connection with the 4-H girls' pageant staged tha. evening a* part of the convention They were unable to drive home the same evening as planned on account of the storm but arrived about noon Saturday. Elizabeth Rahmstock, Ledyard township girls delegate, also came home Saturday. Mrs. Max Nltz and Maxine were Elmore callers Friday. The John Franules were business callers at Lakota Thursday morn- Ing. The Edward Haggs of Lakota were calling at the Arthur Zielskes Monday. Miss Helen Dutton of near Blue Earth spent Sunday evci Ing with Alice Hagge. The M. E. Ladles Aid wil'. meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Kelly Thursday afternoon. Geo. Hagge and Alice were visit ing at the Hans Hendersons In Blue Earth Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar and son attended a picnic at the Wm. Paym home Sunday for all of the Payni children. Howard Nltz is learning th switchboard in the local telephon exchange and also helping repai the lines. Mrs. Arthur Zielske was 111 will rheumatism several days the pai week. Jean Gable assisted wil the house work. Patricia Matzener returned bom after spending about a months' vacation with her jrmndmother, Mrs. Slnnche Jenks a: Kagle Grove. Dunne Thompson anil Harold Warner played hnsphnil in the round robin tournament on Thursday and Friday nt Wesley ami Titonka. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Krnmcrs- meier drove to Dolliver Friday night to visit at the parental Classen home. Mrs. Kramersmeier stayed and spent Saturday, returning home that evening. The Lutheran church started holding Sunday School following church services on Sunday. The following are te.ichcrs: Mrs. Law-, rence Maync\ Cleo Gable. Alyce | Hagge and Lucttn Gellmus. The Merriam-Thompson reunion was held on Sunday nt the Peter Thompson home in LuVerne Pome 70 folks attended from various parts of Iowa. The Geo. Thompsons attended from Ledyard. Mr. Thompson's father is now 83 years of age. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Howell and three daughters of lona and Ruby White of Cedar Falls were visiting at the Leon Wordens Monday morning enroute to Forest City. Mrs. Howell will be remembered here as Ruth Worden, Leon's sister. and Ruby White Is a niece of Mr. Worden. The annual Dutton family reunion was held at Algona Saturday. This was their 31st reunion. There were 102 people present. Wesley Dutton of Algona was elected pres- dent; Mrs. Wallace Me Arthur of rvington was elected secretary. The Leon Wordens and Mrs. Aubey Waterhouse from here attend- d. The Leon Wordens, Aellt Troffs md Albert Barnes families also Mrs. Sam Christophel and Mrs. Srnest Jorgenson attended the fun- ral of Mrs. Barnes' mother, Mrs. Chas. Erlckson of Armstrong, who was burled at Boone Sunday. Mrs. Jarnes has the sympathy of the community In the loss of her mother. The Engelbarts reunion was held at Eldorn on Sunday. Those from here who attended were. Mrs. Poppe. the F.ngelbarts. Logemans. the Otto Engelbarts, Martin Engelbarts Mr?. Ella C.elhaus and Ln- Etta. the Lawrence Maynes. the Howard Jensens, the L. A. Nit?.*, Paul Nitz. all of Ledynrd; Freddie Logemans of Frost, Minn., and the Adolph Poppes of Lakota. A shower was held Tuesday afternoon at the Kurt Presbyterian church in honor of Miss Iva Trunk- hill Portland, who was recently married to .1. T. Hcaney. Rurt. Many Portland Imiies attended. Notice of Probate of Will STATK OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. In District Court. June Term. 1937, No. 42r>9. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that nn instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will nnd Testament of Rvn Germnnn. Deceased, dated January 15th, 1936, nnd Codicil to said will dated March 30, 1037. having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the 14th day of .Inly. 1037. is fixed for hearing proof of "same nt the Court House in Algona Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: nnd nt nine o'clock A M.. of the day above mentioned all persons inte'reHed are hereby notified and required !o appear, and show cause if any they have, n-l-y said instruments should not be probated nnd allowed as nnd for the last Will and Testament of said de- censed. Dated at /Mgonn. Iowa, June 14, 1937. KATHARINE McKVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan. McMahon & Llnnan. nttys. 24 - 28 The Builder Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Aoto Supply 3*-t They claim there's a shortage of mules In the U. S. And we've been thinking lately that It was Just the opposite. Home* with over- roof are more massive. Have more protection from bent and cold. Tuts fuel bills. Estimates on request. Some day we're going to come to blows With women who talk In picture shows. It's a gamble when you buy roofing from any source where a reliable guarantee Is not given. We, your local roofing dealers, are here to make good any promises made. Can anybody tell us what happens to all the Christmas cards? You'll find fencing wire here that'* ndaptable to all farm enclosures. Wires of exceptional quality and merit Scotch stories are not BO popular any more. It's Retting harder and harder to laugh at a men with money. Do away with laborious digging of large pont holes. The answer Is An- korlte steel posts. The fence can be stretched immediately. "There's e lot of girls In this town that don't want to get married," says one of our local boys. "I know because I've asked 'em." "They just took Bill to the hospital." "What for?" "For beating his wife." Have you a painting problem? We have helpful information that will be of value to you. Come in and talk It over. Advertisement: 'If you can't use our soap, for heaven'* sake, use our perfume." Up to the minute Information on paint problems. Ail necessary supplied and wide choice of colors. Lots of people are complimenting us on our line of paint. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. JIM POOL, Manager Phone 859 Mrs. John Badje has been somewhat ill the past week with asthma. FARMS FOR SALE 155 acres at $64.50 per acre. This farm has 100 acres in cultivation, 55 acres permanent pasture and good buildings. Terms $2,000 by March 1st and balance long time. 160 acres at $69 per acre. Good buildings. Light soil. Gravel road. $2200 by March 1 st and balance long time. 120 acres at $80. Rolling Land. Fine buildings. Gravel road. $1500 by March 1 st and balance long time. 240 acres at $125 per acre. Fine buildings and land. Gravel road. Close to Catholic church and school. $6,000 by March 1. 160 acres at $85 per acre. 40 acres timber pasture, balance in cultivation. Gravel road. $2100 by March 1 st. 160 acres at $125 per acre. Well improved. Good land. Catholic church and school. $3000 by March 1st. 160 acres at $75 per acre. Rolling land with 40 acres pasture and good buildings. $ 1800 by March 1 st. 160 acres at $105 per acre. Well improved quarter of good land laying 3 miles from town. All cash. 40 acres at $150 per acre. Good land and good buildings on a gravel road. 240 acres at $85 per acre. Well improved. Good land with 80 acres rolling. $3000 by March 1 and balance long time. 240 acres at $110 per acre. This is as fine a 240 acres of land as there is in KossutK County with a fair set of buildings andon gravel road. 80 acres at $117.50. Well improved. Good land and 2 miles from town. 80 acres at $110. This is a level 80 and is all in cultivation with a small set of buildings. We have a 1GO a<Tt- stork farm in St>ne«-a Twj>. at $50 JH-I- acre and another out- of 400 acivs in Ifam- sey Twp. at $ti5, and still another out; of 400 acres in Burt Twp. at $45 per acre. If you want unimproved land, we have an 80 in Union at $70, and an 80 in Wesley at $85, an 80 in Riverdale at $75, a K>0 in Seneca at $75 and st ill another 80 in Lotts Creek at $80. These unimproved pieces are every acre in cultivation and the best of land. M. P. HAGGARD ALGONA, IOWA

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