The Algona tTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 1, 1937 North East * Kossuth THIEVES GET $95 IN LEDYARD, SAT. Pool Hall Entered By Prowlers Who Leave No Clues Ledyard: The pool hall was broken into on Saturday night. It was entered through the back door. The latch was broken and appeared to have been done with a crowbar. There were beer and cigarettes taken and around $95 in cash. There were three dollars In the cash register which was not molested. No clues or suspects have been found as yet. Page Amatetir Shows At Ledyard On Saturday Nites Ledyard: The business men of Ledyard sponsored their first amateur contest Saturday night Joe Mallin of Elmore is putting them on. There will be no program here Saturday night because of the 4th following that evening but every succeeding evening there will be a contest. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wllccx and family of Fort Dodge and Gordon MaUener came Saturday night and spent Sunday at the parental Richard Zielske home. Gordon Mnt- xener spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Harriet Matxener. W. H. Meyers Were Wed 25 Years Ago At Lakota Church Swea City: The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer was held Sunday, June 27, at the Meyer home, two miles west of Swea City. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quinn and family, Britt; Mr and Mrs. E. H. Cutshall and family Shorburn, Minn.; Mrs. Minnie Seibolt, Lakota; Leonard Seibolt, Lak- otn; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bunkofske, Algona. The couple were married at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Lakota, in 1912. A big dinner was served at noon, and in the afternoon refreshments were served to those paying their respects to the fine couple. A gift of 1847 Rogers silverware was presented by Mrs. M. Seibolt, her son and daughter. LEDYARD NEWS The Henry Schroeders are painting their house this week. Wm. Green and Wm. Barnes have both purchased second hand cars. Mrs. Brandt of Hubbard is here helping care for her father, August Knoner. Raymond Johnson and Harold Herzog were business callers in Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jenson were calling on their daughter, the Glen Yahnkes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier FARMERS & INVESTORS 320 Acre Farm, Kossuth county Sec. 14 and 11 Greenwood Twp. Possession now; see soil map; excellent bldg., modern house; well, woven fence, gravel road; all tiled, producing soil, 1% miles to town, pop. 980; 2 schools, 3 churches, 15# cash down, equal to 8% on investment, on balance. No agent; not for rent See owner. A. J. BERENS, Bancroft BE PREPARED For those hot summer days that will soon be here. We are listing a few of the many items that we have in stock to make the summer months more convenient for you. Boss and New . Process Oil Stoves in many different sizes and models. iColeman Gasoline Stoves Electric Fans Themos Jugs Thermos Bottles Ice Cream Freezers Electric Hot Plates Electric Appliances of all Kinds Pressure Cookers And Many other items that will help to make you enjoy the hot days that are in store for us. NELSON HARDWARE RUSSIAN FLYERS LAND IN VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON—Alexander Bellakoff, Valeri Chkaloff and Georgl Baidukoff (left to right. The Russian aviator who left Moscow June 18 on a non-stop flight to Oakland, California over the North Pole, landed at Vancouver, Washington, June 20, 1937, after 63 hours and 17 minutes in the air. They missed their goal by 580 miles when they were forced to land because of murky weather. Grand Opening and Celebration July 4-5 HAND'S PARK, FAIRMONT, MINN. With Free Admission To The Park Two Big Ba)) Games July 4—Ceylon vs. Dunnell, the two old rivals, and both play first class amateur hall. July 5—Fairmont vs. Ceylon. This will he a love feast, with plenty of dough on the side. Free Acts A Biuich of boys and girls with the Newest and Cleverest AcU on the Road. Armstrong Band Forty Pieces, one of the Best Bands in this part of the country. FIBEWOBKa NIGHT OF JULY 4TH DANCING The Guy Puree Will Have Dance* for Member* and Their Gue»U M Follow* Saturday Night— Floor Show-With OrvlUe Kay's Band— cover ctUUWb 46 CHMlto. Sunday, July t— Big Floor Show, with Don Pattiiuton's band, d New Ttoie liaacing. VKEK to all members and their guasU. This is the flr«t entertainment put on at Hand's Park in four years owing to the hard times, and the tornado Uwt year. This will be our official opening, and we will try to put on ball games and other entertainments each Sunday hereafter While we have not got everything back in place, what w« have is new and up to date, with our new bath house and toboggan slide. and our wonderful bathing beach, plenty of picnic tables, and shade, boats and minnows, good fishing. were Sunday dinner guests of the Otto Engelbarts. Mrs. Lou Anderson of Whittler. California, was calling on the Leon Wordens Sunday. The Cecil Blacks are driving a new V-8 and Roy Marquis is driving a new Plymouth. Miss Dorothy Stuhlee who works at Algona spent the week end at the parental home here. Miss Laura Johnson of Algona spent the week end at the parental J. J. Johnson home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiemer and Kate Smith drove to Rochester Sunday to visit L. W. Wiemer. Miss Phyllis Torgerson of Thompson is working in the bank during the absence of Mr. Wiemer. The Ledyard business men are sponsoring outside movies on Wednesday nights for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Worden of near Elmore were calling at the Leon Worden home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hendrlckson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the George Hagge home. Mrs. Ed Knoner and children are visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Everett and family at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kramersmei- er entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramersmeler at dinner on Sunday night. Mrs. Alfred Zielske and sons and Misa Lois Wilson were visiting at the Harvey Jacksons, Spirit Lake, Friday. Mrs. Pearl Hans and daughter returned to Rudd Sunday after a visit of a week at the home of her brother, the Glen Belises. Dan and Simon Fietker of Waukon, left on Monday after visiting for several days at the Wm. Green home. They are uncles of Mr. Green. Elmer Thompson and VVIllard Darrtng of Rake were visiting at the Dany O'Keefes Sunday. Mr. Thompson is Mrs. O*Keefe's brother. The Robert Wylers and Ralph Clarka of Lakota drove to Radcliffe Sunday to visit. They brought Lorraine Needham back with them to visit for several weeks. Miss Edna Green of Chicago came Monday to visit at the parental Wm. Green home. Mr. Green, Esther and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse drove to Algona, where they met her. Miss Betty Matzener left for Omaha, Sunday to vist several weeks at the home of her aunt and uncle, the C. T. Junkins. Her uncle, Frank Reddinger of Des Moines took her. Harvey Worden visited from Friday until Saturday with the Roscoe Maynes at Armstrong at which time his parents, the L. J. Wordens and Mrs. Martha Gable and 'Marjory and Jean went after him. Mr. and Mrs. George Rockwooc and family of Worthington, Minn, spent Sunday at the Dennis Smith home. Mrs. Rockwood is their daughter. Their son, Roily Rockwood, is staying for a vist. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Koepke of Elmore and Mr and Mrs. John Dempsey of Fenton were also visiting with the Dennis Smiths Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Ace Warners were: Mr. and Mrs. K. VV. Kerr, of Los Angeles, California; Mrs. Anna Nemmers of Bancroft; Mrs. N. J. Nemmers and family of Bancroft; Wes Nemmers ami two children of Bancroft; Wes Nemmers and two children of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nemmers and two children of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson and family of Bancroft; Leonard and Lola Warner, Fenton; Evelyn Biarstedt and ierman Ohm of Burt und Tom Long of Lone Rock. Aid Society Puts On Program, Thur., In Lakota Church Lakota: The Presbyterian Aid society met Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Delia Smith as program chairman and the following program was given: vocal duet, Mrs. Jerry Ukena and daughter, Dorothy; piano duet, Mrs. Will Schroeder and daughter, Dorothy; Mrs. I. E. Wort man had charge of devotions, reading a chapter and asking those present to name the book and chapter. Don and John Wortman each played a piano solo; Fauchon and Faustine Heetland sang "Polly Wolly Doodle All the Day"; a read- Ing by Betty Ley; Dorothy Ukena, Arliss Heetland and Verna Klocke played a piano trio and group singing closed the meeting;. Mesdames W. E. Ley, Ida Smith, Ray Smith, Heyo Berschman and Miss Emma Thaves were the serving committee for the 25 cent supper. 150 Defy Storm In spile of the heavy rain storm, about 150 drove to Interlaken Friday for the vacation Bible school picnic. The food was served cafeteria style with a table in the band stand and dinner was eaten in cars or under any other shelter, as ol course, It rained Just at dinner time but everyone had a good time In spite of It The skating rink and al other amusement devices were kept busy by the youngsters and the older people acting as chaperoned, were all kept busy to see that no accidents occurred. Infant Operated On Eu Claire, the 21 months old son o'f Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Meyers, who live northwest of town, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona Friday for a hernia operation. The A. C. Bierst'edts drove down to see him Saturday evening and report htm as well as can be expected. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Bierstedt are sisters. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. In District Court, June Term 937, No. 4259. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to >e the last Will and Testament of 3va Germann, Deceased, dated January 15th, 1836, and Codicil to aid will dated Murch 30, 1937, hav- ng been this day filed, opened and uad, Wednesday, the Uth day of uly, 1837, is fixed for hearing proof il same at the Court House in Al- ;ona, Iowa, before the Di&trict 2ourt of said County, or the Clerk if said Court; and at nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instruments should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of baid deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Juno 14, 1837. KATHARINE McEVOY. Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Deputy Sullivan, McMahon & Unntui, atty». The F. G. Torines, Swea City, were Sunday visitors at the Jerry Heet- lands. Mrs. Harry Mussman spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, the Keisters at Elmore. The Samuel Warburtons and Mrs. Opul Wheeler were Sunday visitors at the J. H. Warburtons. Florence Koppen, who is employed in Des Moines, came Sunday for a visit with her parents and family, the P. L. Koppens. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena drove to Lena, 111., early Sunday morning to attend the funeral of Henry Ber- hcnke, that afternoon. Mr. Berhenke was a cousin of the Wort- mans. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Mussman drove to Riceville, Sunday and spent the day visiting Harry's sister and family, the Kempfs. Mrs. Mussmun, Sr., who has been visiting her daughter the past month accompanied them home. Mrs. Charles Eggerth and Mrs. Henry Mitchell left Saturday morning via automobile for Grand Junction, where they will visit the Elwin Flowers. Later in the week, they will go to near Council Bluffs to visit Mrs. Eggerth's mother. E • Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Roy Leibrandt is driving a new V-8 Ford. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hervie Thompson Sunday night Carl and Otto Boehm were confirmed last Sunday by Rev. Sorlien in Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jordahl and family spent Sunday evening at the Mrs. Ed Jordahls. Berdean Frandle spent from Thursday night until Sunday at Clear Lake visiting with her uncle. A class of 21 boys and girls were confirmed Sunday at the Zion church in Rake, it being the largest class ever confirmed there. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Heraldson and son were Monday dinner guests at the Ocsar Frandles. They returned dome to their home at Rembrandt that day. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Legrled and litle girl, Mrs. Hannah Legried and Everett were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Beatrice Osland in honor of Olln's confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Heraldson and son of Rembrandt and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskln of Blue Earth spent Sunday at the 'Adrian Haus< kins and Sunday evening with the Oscar Frandles. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and family, Mr. and Mr*. Joe Johnson and little daughters, Hilda, Rena and Jennie Johnson, spent Sunday at the John Badje home in honor of Jennie and Bertha's confirmation. Mrs. Olin Larson entertained In lonor of her sister, Arlet Halvcrson's birthday: Mesdames Erne Halverson, Mllburn Johnson and Yvonne, Carl Matheson and Misses Gladys Halverson, Opal Osland, Lillian Kr- dahl and Llla Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family, Oscar Legried and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klipplng, of Forest City, Ingborge Kloppen of _ Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence j Haveland were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. C. O. Legried. Cleon Larson and family of Brlce- lyn, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Haugen Ethel Trlgue and Delmar Edgar Matheson and family, Emil Haugen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Engelby were dinner guests at the Cecil Pingle home Sunday near Ledyard. MUSIC PUPILS GIVE RECITAL Lakota Class In Piano Appeared Last Wednesday Lnkotn: A pinno rcril.nl prcsrnt- g the pupils of Mrs. O. H. Fit-rung ivn.s given last week Wednesday evening and proved a very PX- •r'Jpiit entertainment. The tiny 'oiks us /rii ,:s tin- nliler onos show •ery creditable work nnd Mrs. 1'Ver- <ing is proud of her pupils. The |-:-(igi-jini consisted of pinno solos, di-.ets. trios, several numbers by the rhythm hand and John Wortman ami Virgil VVirtjes played two pianos. Others taking part were: u] Ul-cnn. Virgil Wirtjes, Calvin Jkena, Klvene Rippentrop. Dorothy Jkena, Arliss Heetlnnci. Dorothy Schroeder. Donald Daniels. Vern'n •Clocke, Ruby Daniels. Betty Edwards, Mary Ann Underdahl. Jonn Heetland. Grctchen Rippentrop Jane Sfeenh.ird. Evelyn Meyers. Mabel and Viola Roelfsenm, Don \Vortman. Wayne and Wonda fleet- land, Genevievo Brewer and Florence Hertl.tnd. Pins earned for practice were presented to Calvin Ukenn. Dorothy Srhroeder. Melvin Rippentrop, Mary Ann Unrterdnhl, Florence Heetland and Gretchen Rippentrop. Chris Oswald of Elmnre and Lars Oswald of Philip. South Dakota. were Thursday dinner guests at the Bert tlnderbakko home. above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why snlfl instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will I nd Testament of sai.1 deceased Dated at Algona. Iowa, June 22, 1M7. KATHARINE Mr EVOT. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Van Ness & Stillmnn. Attys. 2!i-28 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. ?."o. 41CA In District Court, June term, 1037. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Anthonette Durant, Deceased, dated July 31, 1MB. having been this day, filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the 21st day of July, 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the Disirict Court of snld County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m.,- of the day ^^ TYKE THEATRE TITONKA, IOWA Friday-Saturday, July 2-3rd Madge Evans, Edmund Lowe In "ESPIONAGE" Special—"A Day With The Dlonne Quintuplet*" Sunday-Monday, July 4th-5th Matinee Sunday 1:30-3:30 p. m. Bette Davis in "MARKED WOMAN" Wednesday-Thursday, July 7th-8th Virginia Bruce in "WHEN LOVE IS YOUNG" Coming Sunday-Monday, July 11-12 Louis-Braddock Fight Pictures WWWVWfMW*^^ SPECIAL! For Fri. L Sat. 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