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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa,, July 15,1937 North East» Eossuth Page LEDYARDBABY 'FELL IN TANK BUT IS SAVED Ronald Johnson Falls in Water Tank At Grandparents' Ledyard: Ronald, the year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson, fell Into a water tank at the home of his grandparents, the Fred Dar- nells, Friday. He was gotten out immediately by the Darnell children and was In no danger of drowning, but it was feared at first that he might develop pneumonia as the water in the tank was ice cold, being from a flowing well. He was taken to the doctor at Elmorc and is now as well as ever, after giving the family a bad scare. New Refrigerators The following homes have Installed new electric refrigerators in the past few weeks: the Leon Wordens, the Aubrey Waterhouses, Jack McDonalds, Aellt Troffs and Harriet Matzner. Bring Back Threshers Lars Skaar and Jake Stubbe drove to Peoria, 111., Friday and brought back two Avery threshing machines. In making the trip after the machinery, Mr. Skaar loads the smaller truck on the large one, then has the two trucks there and can bring back two loads. The Leon Wordens spent Sunday in Fairmont and at the lakes. George Looft and Ben Mayer were In Algona Saturday on business. The Win. Greens were entertained Saturday at the Ted Green home. Mrs. Charles Bashara has been 111 the past week with infected glands. Mrs. Albert Brand attended the Lutheran Aid at Lakota on Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Mitchell of Lakota visited at the Lars Skaar home on Thursday. The D. B. Mayne family called at the R. V. Hotchkiss home near Buffalo Center Sunday. George Hagge and daughter, Alice visited at the Victor Anderson home In Guckeen, Sunday. Iva Thompson and Marjorie Oswald of Elmore are working in the Harriet Matzener cafe. The Ett Lou and Fred Junkermel- er families attended a family reunion at LuVerne Sunday. The Christy Hendrlcksons were Sunday guests at the Mike Hcnd- rickson home In Swea City. James, Phillip and Mark Simser of Blue Earth visited Friday at the Christy Hendrickson home. The Olaf Engelby family attended the annual Hamilton-Story counties reunion at Blue Earth Sunday. The Fred Logemans of near Blue Earth and the Walter Logemans were Sunday guests at the Engelbart Logeman home. Edna Green, who has been visiting her parents, the Wm. Greens, the past two weeks, left Saturday to resume her work in Chicago. Swea and Armstrong Band* in Exchange Swea City: The Swea City town band under the direction of A. B. Tweeten, played a concert at Armstrong last Thursday night. The Armstrong school band, directed by Gerald Niemeyer, will play a return concert here later in the summer. Mr. Niemeyer, who lives at Armstrong, will also Instruct the Swea City school band this fall. Mr. Niemeyer is at present recovering from an appendicitis operation and A. B. Tweeten will take over the work at Armstrong pending his recovery. 19 CONFIRMED, TITONKA CHURCH Bev. Killian Has Charge; Rev. Shoenlein Seriously HI Tltonka: A class of 19 young people were confirmed In the Lutheran church In town Sunday, with Rev. Killian as master of cermonles, taking the place of Rev. Schoenleln, who Is very 111 at his home here. The following named young people were In the class: Donavan Andrews, Gerhardt Stecker, Anna and Galena Alke, Esther Fritz, Audrey, Clarence and William Brandt, Verdene Boyken, Fern Allts, Jenese Saathoff, Alex and Charles Reffer, Raymond Spear, Raymond Krominga, Dorothy Stecker, Wayne Mechler and Ruth Henken. Mrs. Farrow and LaVonne of Rockford, 111., visited this past week at the Guerney Farrows, the Earl Rlchardsons and the Albert Brands. Mr. and Mrs. Nuenfeldt and their daughter Carol of Buckeye, visited Sunday at the H. D. Mayne home. Mr. Nuenfeldt is Mrs. Mayne's brother. The Henry Loofts and the John Johannesons of Lone Rock visited at the Fred Ploeger home Sunday. Mrs. Johanneson was formerly Lily Ploeger. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Lawrence left Saturday for a two weeks' trip west. They expect to go to Yellowstone Park and perhaps Into the state of Washington. Lee Ricno of Britt has purchased the pool hall from Jess O'Keefe and took posejsion this week. Mr. FUeno has not moved his family here yet, but has a room at Dr. Story's. Mrs. Harriett Matzener received word recently that her grandmother, Mrs. Laura Niester, was, taken seriously ill at her home in Eagle Grove last Wednesday and is still confined to her bed. The Edward Halvcrsons drove to Okoboji Sunday nnd visited the Epworth League institute services. Al- viru nnd Beulnli Looft returned home with them after having attended institute all week. The Charles Basharas and Lucille Munyer drove to Moorehead, Minn., Sunday where they met Mrs. Bashara's parents, the A. Munyers and tiad a picnic together. Lucille Munyer, who had made her home here with her sister, Mrs. Bashara, the past year, returned home with her parents. jULILW COMFORT! ' IN WOLVERINE SHELL HQRSEHIDES \ AND WHAT WEAR! Hard-working men say that wearing •Wolverine Shell Honehide Work Shots is like wearing hooae-elippers. Wolverines are tough, resist acids, dry out soft aifter soaking, because both Soles and Uppers are of that extra strong, tough &-pIy Shell Horeehide...Give your feet sud pocketbook a treat by trying on * pair of these world famous work •hoes. A complete stock to fit all feet. THAT SHELL ONLY IWOWUNE ItiVKYOU THIS [AMAZING 3-PLY [ LEATHER I IN BOTH SOLES AND UPPERS ***L WO INE NEW BUILDINGS COMPLETED IN TITONKA AREA New Homes Ready, Others Under Way; Farms Improved Titonka: H. A. Frecnh, manager of the French Lumber Co., reports the completion of a new home, modern and up-to-date for Herman Franzen; also the erection of a new house on the Boye Pannkuk old home farm, now tenanted by his daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Telko, with Korte and Husinga of Woden doing the carpenter work; the Edgar Buss home is under construction with Anderson and son as carpenters; George Miller of Algona Is erecting two new homes, one for Jerry Schutjer In town and one for Elmer Petersen a mile south of town; Evert Post is erecting a new barn on his farm with Korte and Husinga as carpenters. Mr. French also reports the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., repairing complete seta of buildings on their farm tenanted by Walbert Bruns, with Lavrenz of Burt as the carpenter; also their farms tenanted by Henry Sleper and Guy Barton with McMurray of Algona as carpenters. Mr. French also reports that his residence property has been remodeled and repainted. To Teach at Rioeville Miss Leota Oesterrelcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher, will teach the coming year at Riceville, a town of about 800 population. Miss Oesterrelcher is a very charming young lady, and we are sure the school is fortunate in securing her services, as all during tier school life she has carried remarkable grades, and Is one of the rare persons who wants to teach for the sake of teaching. We bespeak for her and her pupils a most successful year. Marshal Wm. Ricklefs was a business caller at Mason City Saturday. Mrs. Raymond Bartlett was a business caller at Algona Saturday morning. Mrs. Henry Meyer and Rev. Schoenlcin continue very ill at their homes here. Mrs. Emma F. Heifner and daughter, Mrs. Askina, had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Stewart who spent the past week with Mrs. Stewart's relatives at Ireton have returned to their home. Mrs. Ben H. Winter, son, Ben and daughter, Joan of Morris, Minn., were house guests Thursday and Friday at the Denton home. Jerry Schutjer of the John D«ere implement shop, is having' city water piped into the implement shop for use in tractors, engines, etc. Genial and good-natured Otto Folk of the K. & H. oil station celebrated his 53rd birthday Friday, with but little more noise than usual. John Harringa and a group of friends from north and east of town enjoyed a skating party Friday evening at the coliseum. A very large crowd was in attendance. Miss Doris Stott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stott, is student operator at the Titonka Telephone Co. office. Miss Doris has a fine personality and will make u most pleasing operator. Mrs. Bernard Thompson and baby of Wesley visited Friday afternoon and evening at the Wm. Petersen lome. The Petersons and Thompsons were neighbors for years until the Thompsons moved to Wesley March 1st. Uurmen Intermill of the Titonka cafe, is installing a new beer cabinet and cooling system. Mr. Intermill has been having considerable difficulty in keeping his beer cool, hence the necessity of this added improvement. Mrs. Carl Veer, who returned from the Park hospital. Mason City, following a serious operation, is recovering as rapidly as can be expected at her home north of town. Miss Myrtle Johnson is assisting in the care of, the home. Misses Doris KrunU, Oeraldine Bruns, Ola Mae Miller, Jacqueline Callies, and Dorothy Gartner, with Mrs. W. L,. Patterson us chaperone, left Sunday for Lake Okoboji where they have rented a cottage, and will attend the Methodist Institute for u week. The carnival and ice cream social held at German Valley Thursday evening by the Ltidies' Aid of the Ramsey Reform church was attended by a very large crowd, and besides being a most profitable affair, those attending report a most enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Olvert Michaelson left Tueuduy morning for Iron River. Wisconsin, for a few days' visit with relatives. Mrs. C. W. Stagg, who has bum visitin;; her many rel- ittives here, returned home with them. Mrs. Slagg and John K. Rippentrop are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. L.. B. Larson, former residents of Titonka, sold out their business at Homer. Iowa, and have purchased a restaurant at Mason City, Iowtt. The Larsons ars relatives of the Bonacker and Nelson families here, and the good wishes of this community go with them in their new venture. Mrs. Ernest Wilson and son, Robert of Tscbula, Miss., came up from Gilmore City Sunday evening where she is visiting her father, James Winter, to spend a couple of days with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Denton. Tuesday Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Denton spent the day with their sister, Mrs. Nels Benjamin at Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heifner and family of Buffalo Center were business callers in Titonka Saturday, and visitors at the home of Mr. Heifner's mother, Mrs. Emma F. Heifner. Miss Audrey Heifner of Doran, Minn., who has been visiting them for the past week, will remain here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwiefel for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Terpstrn of Des Moines came Thursday for a visit at the parental L. C. Heifner home. Mrs. Terpstra nnd children will remain here while Mr. Terp- strn is going through the clinic at Rochester in an attempt to get relief from an Injured knee. Mr. Terpstra is a truckker in Des Moines nnd was injured last fall by a crate of berries falling in such a manner as to injure the knee cai.-. He has spent many weeks in the hospital, also in plaster casts, suffered a severe operation with little relief. TITONKA NEWS Indians Win Sunday The Titonka Indians defeated the Whittemore Champions at Whittemore Sunday. Amos Krominga Is now employed by W. H. Stott doing some heavy plumbing work. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kruse and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strlley of Wesley were among the pleasant visitors here Sunday, and to attend the show here. Miss Helen Rachut, daughter of Banker and Mrs. Herman Rachut of Burt was a Sunday guest of friends and to attend confirmation services at the Lutheran church. H. A. French has installed in the office of the French Lumber Co., a cooling system much to the delight of employes and customers. Miss Jean French Is the new bookkeeper in her father's office. Mrs. Veer, who returned to her home last week from the Park hospital at Mason City, has been forced to return there for further medical attention and care. Her many friends hope for a speedy recovery. A crew of six or seven men, cm- ployed by the Interstate Light & Power Co., of Winnebago are here. The people of Titonka and business places hope that with the installation of these new transformers, we will have faultless service from now on. Mrs. Rose Bonacker, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Mrs. Mary Sartor and Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher attended the Kossuth county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary units held Tuesday at Wesley. Mra. Roae Bonacker was Installed as county chaplain. GIRLS HANDLED CLUB MEETING 4 H Members Put On Led yard Township Farm Bureau Session Lakota: The Ledyard township 4- H club girls had charge of the rjg- ular Farm Bureau meeting Friday evening at the Charles Gutknecht farm south of town. Mnxine Gricse announced the following program: cornet duet, Arlene Heetland and Elizabeth Rahmstock; Florence Heetland and Kathryn Berschman put on a short demonstration on making book covers; Patricia Woodworth and Arlene Heetland put on a folk dance act and Shirley Hairsen a tap dance; Elizabeth Rahmstock, delegate to the convention at Ames, gave a very interesting report of the week's activ- tles. The program closed with the girls singing the club song, "Dreaming." Home made ice cream, pie and cake were sold at the close of the program to a crowd of 150 to 200 people. The money obtained from the sale will be used by the, girls to finance their week's vacation at Interlaken the latter part of July. Their leader. Mrs. Coonie Roelfsema will chaperon the club girls. An exhibit of articles made by the girls this year proved interesting to the visitors. Among articles exhibited were several pieced quilt tops and finished quilts, curtains for a girl's room and many accessories for the home. Seventeen girls are members of this club, the Ledyard Loyal Laborers. Teacher's Mother Dies Friends here received word last week of the death of Mrs. Fred Chipman, mother of Clara Chipman, local grade teacher, at her home In Anamosa. Mrs. Chipman was known here as she has visited her daughter. No particulars as to cause of death are known here and on account of distance no one from here attended the funeral. Hebron News Albin Nelson is working at present for Will Kranke. Marvin Dcyer spent the week end with Mrs. Beatrice Osland. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bush are the parents of a son born July 5. Mrs. Beatrice Osland was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Bert Russ Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Jordahl visited Sunday evening with the John Badjes. Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent last Thursday at the Oscar Frandles. Will Franke left for Rochester, Minn., last Wednesday to take some treatments. Oscar Frandie and family spent Sunday at the Bennie Legrieds near Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family assisted Lloyd Loge with some painting last Friday. Mrs. Gust Nelson and family recently enjoyed a visit from their nephew and cousin of Wyoming. Mr und Mrs. Marvin Nicholas of Texas are spending summer with her father, John Jordahl and family. Quite a number from this locality attended the Story-Hamilton counties picnic at Blue Earth, Sunday. Christ Berg and Marvin Nicholas returned the first part of the week from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Hardy Jordahl has purchased a new threshing machine and will now have the run which he has been in before. Berdean and Thelma Frandie and Levine Legried attended the Mission Band meeting at the Oscar Er- dahls Saturday. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Lillie and Mrs. Oscar Frandie and children were afternoon guests of Mrs. Beatrice Osland last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Matheson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Selnier Matheson were Sunday dinner guests of the Nels Mathesons. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Olson and Mr. and Mrs. George Wicks and Mr. Olson of Elmore visited at the P. J. Christenson home Sunday. Mrs. Ed Simser entertained the following at an afternoon luncheon laat Thursday: Mrs. C. Hay ward, Mrs. Ed Thompson. Mrs. A. K. Anderson, Mrs. Hugo Mellz, Mrs. (Just Nelson and Lillie. Mrs. George Bower of Buffalo Center, formerly of Hebron township, is mourning the loss of her mother. Mrs. Winifred Spencer. The funeral was held Thursday at the Methodist church in Buffalo Center and she was laid to rest beside her husband in the cemetery north of town. She leuves three sons and one daughter. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torlne, Swea City, were visiting relatives here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Charlotte Sorenson and son, Roger, returned Friday from a month's visit in Marshalltown and vicinity. Mrs. Jake Koem and daughter, Everly, were visitors with Mrs. Koem's parents the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson and Mrs. Sarah Patterson spent Sunday with the Bert Pattersons near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Aalderka and little son of Chicago were week end visitors with Herman's moth er, Mrs. W. Aalderks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchins, Miss Ella Thompson, Mrs. Horten.se Ferguson and Miss Minnie Coatc, Algona. were visitors at the J. H. Warburtons, Sunday evening. The Otto Koppens, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, the Emory Smiths and Leila Hunsen spent Sunday at Okoboji, where they met relatives from Minnesota and South Dakota and enjoyed the day together. Lyle Paterson drove to Lake Okoboji Sunday and spent until Monday with Rev. Nelson and the Epworth League young folks who are enjoying the institute at the Methodist Camp. They will return on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Jr., came last Friday for an indefinite stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Sr. Charles, Jr., was married to Thelma Merchant of Redfield, Iowa, May 15th, 1937, and thU is the first visit home. He received an honorable discharge from the army at Camp Dodge recently and will tak« up some other line of work. Mrs. Edgar Inlay entertained the Methodist Aid at her home Friday afternoon. Mr. Inlay's mother from Moville, was an out of town guest. It was decided to hold the annual bazaar October 30 and tentative plans were discussed. The next meeting will be the social meeting of the month with Mrs. Sarah Patterson as hostess and plans for a party were under way. Amateur Pow-Wows Saturday Popular Ledyard: Saturday night the second amateur program was given before a very large crowd. Ed Maland of Einiore manages the ron- test, securing the talent and also does tlie announcing. He announced that the business men plan to continue these contests each week until ten programs have been given. The program for Saturday was as follows: orchestra selections, Brols- nias family of Shvrburn. Minn.; old time fiddling, Ed Sanders of Elinore: uccurdiun and guitar duo. Marvin Wiese of Elmore; Hill Billy song. Maynard Burkow. Kake; cornet solo. Wm. Trupp of Kivster. Minn.: tap dance. Phyllis Muddy of Guckeen. Minn ; chalk talk. The Little Man from Elmore: contortion act. Edward, the Great, Algona. The winners of the last contest were announced as follows: first prize of $7.50 by Arthur Griese of Lakota, who snag Hill Billy songs; second prize of $3.00 by a trio of Lakota. who sang Hill Billy songs: accordiun; third prize of $2.UO by Ralph Pritbe of Blue Earth, who did a balancing act. Grant Twp. Reunion Planned July 25 Grant: The annual Grant reunion will be held at Sylvania Park in Fairmont. Sunday, July 25. Everyone that has ever been a resident of Grant township is invited to attend. Let us make this reunion one to be remembered. Dorothy Colwell left Sunday to spend ft week visiting relatives nt fort Dodge. Mrs. Anna Osborn of Seneca spent last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otto Kelly. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Price of Swea ity were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. George Gettman and family of Mason City were week end visitors at the Roy Mino home. The Grnnt Sunday School held their annual picnic at Sylvania Park in Fairmont, Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall and sons of Fairmont, Minn., were callers at the John Patterson home Monday vening. Mrs. Carrie Christophel of DCS Moines is spending the summer at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mable Mino. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Read and their son, L. J. Read and daugh- ter, Evelyn of Lyle. Minn., spent several days this week visiting at the Roy Mino and Noble Overficld homes. The Grnnt Ladies Aid will hold an evening meeting nt the Wm. Spcicher home Thursday evening. July 15. The entire family is invited to attend. Mrs. Elie Anderson will assist with the lunch. Glen Mino. son of Mrs. Mable Mino and Pearl Wciner of Lone Rock were married at the M. E. parsonage nt awea City Friday evening. July 2 nt 8 o'clock with the Rev. H. E. Harvey officiating. Edwin Mino nnd Maxine Dorsey were the attendants. Porry-Stott Reunion Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Stott entertained the Perry-Stott annual family reunion nt their home Sunday, guests being as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Perry nnd family of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Perry and family nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Perry of Ames; Robert Ford and Incly friend of Britt; Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Cullen nnd daughter of Storm Lnke and Mr. nnd Mrs. Brock nlso of Storm Lake. Those attending report n most enjoyable afternoon, with delicious lunch and program following. Many pictures were token of the group, nnd a vote to return next year was taken. I AMERICAN LEGION FROLIC Swea Cily, Wwlnosflny Niplit, July 21 All l)ny Thursday, July 22 " Two Free Acts—Baseball, Bancroft vs. Algona Old time Dancing—Streets Sports— Concessions—Band Concerts STARTS JULY 16th, ENDS JULY 31st How you can tun ooe of the Meet, nawett Coroudo Electric Rel rlf eratort at theu •enMtiooal reduced uto prices. 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