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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 29,1937 KEN HALVERSON OFFENTONHURT ON TRACTOR JOB Stitches Required to Close Wound From Crank Fenton: Kenneth Halverson was seriously hurt last week while cranking a tractor. The crank slipped out of place and nit him In the forehead. It took several stitches to close the wound. Sunday Dinner Guesto Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz entertained the following at dinner and supper, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hanna and family, Theodore Kruegrer and ton, Harold and his daughter, Elma of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. William Jentz and their daughter, Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz and daughter, Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thees- fleld and aons, Larry and Dickie, all of Fenton. Goes Under Knife Eula Mae Sharp of Lone Rock submitted to a tonsllectomy operation, performed by Dr. J. A. Mueller last week Tuesday. Son for Kern* The first child, a nine pound son, was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern. Dr. J. A. Mueller •was In charge, assisted by Mrs. E. W. Ruske, R. N. John Bailey Is on the sick list •with intestinal flu. Arlo Ranney visited Arnold Alderson at Ruthven, Sunday. Anita Berghoefer visited with friends at Ringsted last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hayes of Cylinder visited at the John Espe home Sunday. E. A. and William Huskamp were business visitors in Des Moines on Saturday. Rev. J. T. Snyder left Sunday for Okoboji, where he will attend Bible conference 1 . The John Boyken family of Buffalo Center visited the Fred Boy- kens Sunday. Lucille and Eileen Goeders of Cylinder visited at the F. H. Bohn home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert of Algona visited at the R. L. Padgett home Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Edith Laage DONT WAIT! Be certain of your insurance protection. Our claim service and promptness in handling of claims is backed by years of experience and training. Lowest Kates on AH Forms of Insurance Phone us today or call at our office. Vacation Accident Protection. Automobile Insurance THE ALGONA INSURANCE A6ENCY , C. R. La Barre Phone 65 nd Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod visited in Ringsted Thursday. Mrs. Otto Borchftrdt was taken to the Fairmont hospital Friday for medical examination. Mrs. Jane Ackerman and two hildren of Lone Rock visited at the A. L. Wlllrett home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and laughter were entertained at the Derwood Eigler home Sunday. Mrs. Herbert Gilbertson and baby f Minnesota Lake visited at the '. P. Newel home last week. Charlene Fllnk of Spencer and lita Joy Morse of Des Moines spent ast week with their aunt, Mrs. H!. W. Ruske. Mrs. Arnold Matt returned Frl- ay from Iowa City where she und- rwent an appendicitis operation a man. week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaard vis- ted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moren Nernes at Slayton on Thursday ,nd Friday. Mrs. Clarence Anderson of Du- luque came Saturday for a week's isit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kern of Jlue Earth and Sybil Kern of Hew- tt, Minn., were Sunday visitors at he Carl Kerns. Margaret Gronan of Chicago came Huesday of last week for a two weeks' visit with her- sister, Mrs. rheodore Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baago and 'amlly of Sherburn, Minn., visited :he former's brother, Hans Baago and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Welsbrod and Mrs. Kate Newel were Sunday evening supper guests of Mrs. Chas. tosewall In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson. Mrs. Alvin Zumach spent this week Wednesday and Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Ernest Christ ensen at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chrlschilles and daughter, Jane, of Minneapolis spent Saturday to Monday at the Floy Chrischilles home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer anc family spent Sunday with Mrs Kramer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Krogh at Lakefleld, Minn. V Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sanders anc son, Billle of Sheldon and Mrs. J J. Theesfleld were dinner guests al the Alvin Zumach home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vogel and their three daughters of El Reno, Oklahoma, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boevers from Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskaoip and Mr, and Mrs. Emll Nissen all of Britt were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Herman Hus- kamps, Verda Meyer, employed by the Home Finding society in Fort Dodge spent Sunday with her sisters, Mrs. Ervin Bruhn and Mrs. Edwin Grelnert Mrs. Harry Wellington of St Paul came Friday for a two weeks visit at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbpgast. Mr. and Mri. Amos Flnnestad and children, and Mr. and Mra. Maurice Wallace and daughters were entertained at the Clifford Wallace' home In Forest City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stoeber and the latter's brother, Lyle Bassett visited Mrs. Stoeber and Lyle'j mother, Mrs. Charles Bassett at Sherburn, Minn., Sunday. Mesdames E. A., William and Herman Huskamp and J. T. Walte entertained the M. E. Aid society on Friday in the M. E. church parlors. A good sized crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnke and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. L,. Willrett and family,and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dau were entertained at the Herman Dreyer home Thursday evening. Alice Dreyer, a student nurse at the Iowa Lutheran hospital in Des Moines, returned to her duties Friday after three weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Riedel of Plum Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Blake of Burt visited Herman Bohn Sunday. Mr. Bohn who has been seriously 111 a week, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hvlted and daughter, Genevieve of Nashua spent Sunday at the Charles Glaus home. Mrs. Glaus and daughter, Ruth, returned home with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schoenwetter and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and two children of Klemme visited at the Elmer Wels- Ray Spurbeck Tells Hot Weamer Stones Swea City Herald: Oat shocks are 10 thick this harvest there is barely room for the men to stand and pitch bundles. They tell about a me-legged man who was marooned in an Eagle township oat field. The shocks were so close together :here was not room to allow him to nsert his leg among them, much less to give him freedom to hop out of the field on his one foot. His cries for help brought the neighbors running. They stood aghast at his Might, but cooler heads soon org- inlzed a plan to rescue the poor To ward oft nostalgia they shouted bits of news and gossip to him, such as the new telephone directories are out, the price of fresh :>ork has risen to where people use it for dessert instead of the main course, the pipes for the new water mains arrived last week, and Cecil Gfrlfflth and Ray Lord caught their limit of crapples Inside an hour at Hall lake Friday. The poor marooned man was much cheered by these messages, but eventually he yelled back he was sorely In need of sustenance. What to do about it was a question. At length some one thought of the trained lizard owned by an Eagle township farm The lad in boyish fancy had named the animal "Cosmos." A bottle of beer was tied to the lizard. The poor marooned man started yelling, "Hi. Cosmos, come here", and repeated it many times and the lizard dragged the bottle of beer In, out and under the oats shocks till it reached the man. Then the owner of the lizard—the boy—yelled, "Hi, Cosmos, come here" many times, and the lizard returned. This was repeated with a chocolate bar, and the man was kept alive. In the meantime the neighbors started working feverishly throwing the oats shocks aside and it was twelve hours later before the poor marooned man was rescued. » » • "You probably heard all about the oats crop, but have they told you about the corn yet?" George Butterfleld asked us Monday morning. "No," we said, "we have not heard much about the corn excepting some farmers were trying to collect 90 per cent damage on their hail Insurance policies." Thereupon, George toid us the following astonishing story: Mrs. Butterfleld is raising a flock of turkeys. The birds, as is their habit, range quite a distance from buildings. Saturday they entered the corn field and at night they did not return. A search for them was started, since it was feared they might have roamed off the farm and were lost. The searchers wandered through the corn field yelling and making other noises, hoping there would be answering chirps from the turkeys. The search was about to be abandoned for that night, when somebody pointed the flashlight upwards, and there 12 feet in the air were the turkeys , roosting on the corn ears. LlfVERNE MARKET SOLD ON MONDAY Swea City Man One of the New Owners Of the City Meat LuVerne: The City Meat Market changed hands Monday. Howard Looft, Swea City, and Randall Looft, Webster City assumed management. Wm. Hoepner and Wm. Hoepner. Jr., have been the proprietors since early spring when they purchased the business from J. H. Johnson. The Hoepners again. plan on farming brod home Sunday. Mrs. Welsbrod and Mrs. Schoenwetter are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and little son, Larry Lee, visited Mrs. Milton at the Ed Welsbrod home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, Billle, were callers on Sunday at the Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wlllrett and children drove to Fort Dodge Friday evening to have the cast removed from their daughter, Catherine's leg, which she broke In a rail from the hay mow on Decoration Day. Donald Weisbrod took his niece, Elinor Denker, to Graettinger, Saturday forenoon where she took the train to her home at Lester, Iowa after four weeks' visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Willard Ranney and Maynard — — -—»" »«%* **i.ojf nun Bui-wash went to Okoboji Sunday to attend the annual Bible conference and to bring home Ardis Volgt Ir- Gladvs Stoeber 'and who 8pent a Mr Mieike of Whittemore Mr and Mrs. .Albert Kressln *£ "« Creek were Thursday of eve- Lucllle Bartlett of Tltonka vls- £fti. r. r £ m Wednesday to Sunday with Gldays Tieman. Lucille'a par- enU, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tletfo"Al- gona were dinner guests at the Tie- mans on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bollinger and Mrs. Minnie Stork of Des Moines visited at the J. A. Schwartz and <-•. V. C. Laage homes Sunday. Betty Jean Schwartz, who spent ten days at the Stork and Bollinger Homes, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cashmark and Children, Junior, Barbara Ann nnd Charles of Albia, Iowa, came Saturday morning and visited unti Monday evening with Mrs. Cashmark's sisters, Mrs. Don Weisbrod ni;re and Mrs. Art Have at Rings t cd, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fauerby and daughter, Meta. spent from Satur day to Sunday at the C. H. Geron son and E. C. Fauerby homes. Mr and Mrs. Peter Willadson who spen three weeks here with the Geron sins, returned home with the Fau Vivian and Paul Volgt of Fenton Mrs. Cnalmer Bonnickson of Ring sled, Edward Sweeney of Emmets burg and Lorena Laabs of Lone Rock autoed to Rochester, Minn. Sunday where they spent the day with Veneta Volgt, a student nurse there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landsteiner and family of Fairmont were callers a the Ernest Votteler home Sunday evening. The Landsteiners were re turning home from the I. E Drew home where they helped celebrate the Drews' 30th wedding annivers ary. The Vottelers were also in vited but were unable to attend FRI. AND SAT. ONLY SAVE ON CANNING SUPPLIES Double Blsde Food Chopper. SaJe Price Ueauine Mason Seal-All Caps Complete. Sals Price, Per Doz .. 19 Mason Fruit Jst lid* Only. Sal* Price, Per Doz... 8 0. S. HatdtUM Red Rubber Tat Rings. Sals Price, 2 QUART ICE CREAM FREEZER FREE BATTERIES WITH EACH led Hed Flashlight Safety Signal, tight andBat- tsries an • rauUf $U» vanis. SalsPrtc*.. 98 GAMBLE STORES daughter, Shirley Mae, Mr. and Mrs Peter Hayenga, Mr. and Mrs. Ar Bernhardt and children, Marian an< Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Floyc Koepke and two children of Burt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayenga ano Mrs. Mary Orr of Gait, California enjoyed a picnic at Call Park, nea Algona, Sunday. Sunday the Alfred Meyer famil and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Woisbroi met Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick am Mr. and Sirs. Ernest Vcaux of Id; Grove at Lost Island, where the. wnjoyed a picnic. Mrs. Meyer. Mrs Klurick and Mrs. Veuux are daugh ters of the Weisbrods. The occa sion was the birthday annivcrsurie of Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Elurick. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zunuuh wer entertained Sunday al the J. . Theesnt'ld home iu honor of M and Mrs. C. H. Sanders and soi BilUe of Sheldon. Other guest were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christen sen end daughter, Colleen of therville and Mr. and Mrs. Theo dore Chiisteusen of Ringsted. M Sunders is a brother of Mrs. J. . Theesfield. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwiefel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Larry Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larson and family, the Oscar Voigrt family of Aldeu, Minn., the William Volgt family of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. John Howeil and family and Joe Da via of ^Duncan, Oklahoma, enjoyed a picnic at Interlak- «n Park, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayenga and Mrs. Hayenga's mother, Mrs. Mary Orr of Gait, California, camt last week Wednesday and visited until this w«ek Thursday at the P«Ur Haysnga and Hairy Haaae horns*. They a*« taking an exUnd- «d trip into Canada and east through V*V Y«rk state, Washington, 0. C, hnm*. **?i|w^* Bertha Godfrey. Algona, spent Monday at the Wm. Ellis home. Helen Hefty and her nephew had heir tonsils removed at Algona on Triday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fuller, of Detroit, were at the Geo. Wolfs ast week. The Rev. E. R. Walter family are spending the week with relatives at Boxhoim. Mrs. Helene Trauger and Anna Murray spent Sunday with Livermore friends. The Lloyd Mrs. Lena Young and daughter. Marie. Chicago, nrrived Sunday for n visit with her brother. Wm. Bitting; and other relatives. Mrs. Young is making her first visit in Lu- Vernc for 13 years. The Virgil Mitchells. Imogen*. Minn., nnd the Fred Gripentrogs and Floyd Anderson, Dunnell. Minn, spent Sunday at the Arthur and Ralph Dimler homes. Mrs. Mitchell is n sister of Arthur and Ralph. Mary Lou Worby was eight years old last Thursday nnd her mother entertained several of Mary's friends in honor of the day. The afternoon was spent playing with a birthday lunch served at the close. The Harry Christenscns and the Wm. Moedings attended a family gathering at the A. T. Skow farm south of Bode Sunday. The honored guests were Mrs. Albert Joransen and children who are guests from Chicago. Elmer Bunkofske. Hammond, returned with them. The MacPher- sons are leaving Altoona for northern Minnesota as Mr. MnrPherson has hay fever and needs to go to a different climate. Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves. who \vere married in May. are going to start housekeeping this week at the Brown dairy farm south of Algonn where Mr. Hargreaves has employment. Richpoint News Mother of St. Joe Man Passes Away With Lengthy Illness St Joe: Clyde Neuman from Bode who is working for Adolph Fuhrmann during threshing, received word Saturday morning of the death of his mother, Mrs. Edward Neunan, Saturday morning at 12:30 Urs. Neuman was a patient in the Cherokee hospital for the past ten months. She Is survived by four sops anc two daughters. Funeral service.* were held Monday afternoon in -lumboldt with interment in the £umboldt cemetery. Mrs. John Gales and daughter o; Waterloo Is visiting with relatives lere. Nick Fisch is driving a new Chev rolet coach and Peter Erpelding a new Chevrolet truck. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser and :amlly were Sunday afternoon vis- tors at the Nick Eischen home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul and Mary Flake were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Anton Wllmes home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Thul and daughter, Eileen from Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the J. Thul home. The St- Joseph Catholic church is being reshlngled with green asbestos shingles. Hanson from Algona is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Fraser from Des Moines were visitors at the Mike Wiltgen home this week. Mrs. Fraser Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiltgen. Mrs. John Orlger had the misfortune to fall while standing on a chair and break several ribs last week. Dorothy Wagner is assisting with the household duties. Mrs. William Hammer and her daughters, Joyce and Janet, spent Sunday at the Herbert Bengc home near Bancroft. Darwin and Herbert, sons of the Hammers, returned home with their mother, after .spending the past week with their grandparents. Mrs. Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter, Elaine and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were Tuesday evening visitors at the Mike Schumacher home near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thilman and Maxine Schumacher of Des Moinfis were also visitors there. Mrs. Thilman Is a niece of Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Milie Schumacher. Mrs. William Becker from Watkins, Minn., Mrs. Harold Johnson and son. LeRoy and William Beckers from Minneapolis, spent Sunday with the George Beckers and other friends in this vicinity. They also went to West Bend to see the grotto. William Becker is well known in this vicinity, having worked here for several years. They left Monday to visit with relatives at McIntyre. Smiths and Shirley Dimler spent Sunday with relatives at Forest City. William Chapman Is visiting at the Kabele-Moseley home in Goldfield this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haltmeyer and son, Manchester, were week end guests at the Dr. R L. Corblns. Mrs. Henry Thake returned to her home at Wlndom, Minn., after help- nig care for her uncle, Claus Kruse. The H. H. Phillips, Dows were Sunday visitors at LuVerne. Mrs. S. F. Phillips went home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanke and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tanke, Minneapolis were week end guests at the Henry Meyers. The Evangelical young people had a very successful home made ice cream social at the City Hall Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Chas. Boyle and Marjory Lee of Fort podge, and Mrs. Lee Walters, Springfield, Missouri, spent Saturday at the Harry Von Draskas. Mrs. Hattie Danison, West Palm Beach, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers and Mrs. Jennie LeVier spent Friday at the Schurtz home in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlley and Marjorle and Betty Ramus went to Anita and Des Moines over the week end. They visited at the Bert Ramus home in Anita. Everett Wlttenburg of Watkins, Iowa, preached at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. He Is a nephew of the Rev. L. Wittenburg. He is a student pastor. Mrs. Rosa Steussy and Mrs. Clifford Holmes spent Friday at the Henry Steussys, Webster City. Florence Ramus and Allen Darby spent Sunday at the Fred Hlntz home near Webster City. UNION NEWS th* ~ ••—-— Mrs. Eldon Stoffel assisted at the Emit Stoffel home Tuesday will threshing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey entertained a group of relative's at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Harvey's aunt. Mrs. L. P. Anderson who is concluding a visit here with relatives. Shu leaves this iveelt foj her home at WhittU-r. California. Mr. and Mrs. Krank Hofius drove to Gilmore City Sunday, .spendin! the afternoon at the Lloyd Klstui home. Un the return trip the> stopped off at the Gene Holms hoin near Ottosen. The latter now have about 1,000 young turkeys. Harold Humus of Wiliirir, Minn. Wtts an over night yuest Sunday a the Ben Gould home. His father Fred Ramus accompanied him. He, was down to see his father, the eld-1 er Ramus, who is ill and is U7 years old. Mrs Fred Ramus is a bister of Ben Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stentield and the latter's mother, Mrs. Margaret Dixon atod Mra. Dixon's daughter, Martha, all of Valpariso, Ind., were guests of Mrs. Anna Leascm, Algona from last Friday until Sunday evening. Mrs. Dixon was the elder Mr. Leason's sister. She is now 83 years old. She stood the trip well. They visited the Robert Lea- sons of Union, also the Ceph Gross family near Lone Rock, and the Paul Dremmel family near Irvington. Indiana, called on friends here Saturday. He then went to Ringsted to visit his sister, Mrs. Claude Snuers and his mother, Mrs. Ferd Bunkofske. His mother is to go to Indiana with him when he goes home. Marjory Toohey. DCS Moines, is spending a week's vacation at her home. Jack Kruse, Arnolds Park, is also a guest at the Tooheys. Lola Tribelen. Mllford, and Betty Conley, Livermore, spent a couple of days last week at the Tooheys. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock left Tuesday morning on a vacation trip. Their ultimate destination is San Juan, Texas, the home of Mr. Hancock's mother, but they plan on making stops at various places on the way. They will be gone four weeks. Mrs. Barbara Lothrlnger, Esther and Hildegarde, Fort Dodge, were guests of Chas. Wolf lost week. Hildegarde is having a vacation from her duties in the offices of the telephone company there. Miss Esther has resigned from her position in the bank at Eldridge and is making her home in Fort Dodge. Maxine Mason, the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason, who makes her home at Blue Earth, Minn., was a winner in a declamatory contest among junior high students in that part of Minnesota and will compete in a state contest during the Minnesota state fair. She spoke the dramatic reading. "The White Hands of Telham." Maxine formerly lived in Algona. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dwight Hargreaves, Algona, and Mrs. Kate Barton drove to Altoona Sunday to spend the day at the Edw. MacPhersons. Mary Barton, who has been visiting there, Mr. and Mrs. John Weber and family were Sunday guests at the Walter Barr home. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Devine and family spent Sunday in Humboldt at the Mrs. Mary Devine home. Mrs. Eva M. Gardner returned to her home here after spending several weeks with her sons and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Dg White. Plum Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, St Benedict, were Sunday afternoon guests at the Geo. Johnson home. Geo. Godfrey employed the Gross combine to cut and thresh n part of his oat crop this year. Mr. Godfrey is spending several days at his farm here. Don't, waste time "shopping" for Home Loan information. We guarantee that our new monthly payment plan presents lowest cost home loan. See us at once without obligation ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ('. R. Ln Barre Sec'y-Treas. Phone 5» §[[ FOR YOURSELF! ,s Sufferers. 6T STOMACH ULCERS < 0 HYPER ACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WltLABD TREATMENT hM brought prompt, definite relief In thouundi of cam of ItMHach ntd DuwStnal Utora. due to HytwacM- tty, and other forma of Stomach Dit- Irut dun to Sicat Ada. 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