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Algona, Iowa
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 6, 1937 OSWALD FAMILY HOLDS REUNION SUNDAYATLAKE ;Wnittemore and Fenton , Families Are Well Represented Fenton; An Oswald family reunion was held for the first time Sunday when all the relatives met at the Methodist camp grounds at Clear Lake in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Siems and son, Werner, Jr., of Evansvflle, Indiana, who have spent a week around here visiting relatives. All brought well filled baskets and enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper and spent the afternoon visiting. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Werner Walhers and children Earl, Mavis, Marvine and Wilfred, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walhers, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schumacher and children, Delbert and Beatrice, all of Glenville, Minn.,; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Buth, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Urdahl and children, Doris and Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Will- Mielke and George and Clarissa, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mielke, Fred Sandman and daughter Hilda, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harmon and daughter, Sandra Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grube and children, Kinsler, Claire and Rudolph, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sandman and child- ran, Marilyn, Mavis and Geratdtne and Erling, Mrs. Art Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wahlers and their children. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lews and children, all of Northwood; Mr. and RADIO SERVICE Satisfactory Service In Algona Since 1922 ED GENRICH At Bjustrom's Mrs. Ervin Wolff and daughter, Donna Mae of Albert Lea., Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oswald and children^-Esther, Elmet and William, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wehr- spann and children, Lavonne, Herman and Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Oswald and daughter, Gladys and Dorothy Jennings, all of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family, Willie, Lawrence and Raymond Meyer, Mr. and) Mrs. Arnold Meyer and Wayne and Nelda, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Meier and Charlotte, Mrs. Entitle Siems and daughter, Esther, also of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack and son, Lyle, and daughter, Delores, Sldonla Biersedt and June Wehr- spann, Mr. and Mrs. George Stems and daughter, Shirley, of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bernlnghaus and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuecker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Relsener and daughter, Kathryn, all of Algona, and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Siems, Werner, Jr., Ruth Marian, David and Suzanne of Evansvllle, Indiana. * Mrs. Fred Boyken and son, Donald were visitors at Slayton, Minn., Monday. Mrs. F. J. Willrett and daughter, Elsie, of Algona were guests at the A. L. Wlllrett home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and children, Eldon and Marjorie, drove to Okobojt Sunday to attend the Bible conference. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetner of Lone Rock visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlschllles Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wlllrett and children, Carol and Lorraine and Katherine, visited at the K. Wibben home in Bancroft one day last weetf. Mr. and Mrs. FrankElgler and Mr. and Mrs. DerwoodTEtgler spent Sunday with the former's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bohn and son, Carl and daughter, Mrs. Alvlna Hollatz of Garner visited the former's brother, Herman of this place Sunday afternoon. The Lewis Reed family, Klemme, spent Sunday at the Raymond Stoeber home. Their son, Bobbie remained for a week's visit. Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Stoeber are sisters. Ole Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and Mrs. Ben Mitchell drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit the latter's husband, Ben For conservative investment and liberal income we recommend FEDERAL DISCOUNT CORPORATION (DUBUQUE. lOWAi 6V495 Preferred Stock m JACKLEY & COMPANY Investment Securities Equitable Bldf . De» Moinei IOWA'S GREATEST SALE OF LAND At AUCTION Sale Starting Promptly at One O'clock ALGONA, IOWA Sole To Be Held at the Kossuth County Court Houne MONDAY, AUGUST 16 FARMS FOR INVESTOR AND HOME OWNER NOTE LOCATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS THOMPSON 297 acres—NE'-4 (frc.) and-EM, NWVi (frc) 6-99-29. 3 miles N of Swea City. Excellent farm, well located, well improved, and well handled. One of the best producing farms in N Iowa. Leased by Edward Sathoff. WRIGHT 160 acres—SWU 18-100-28. 1 west and 3 N Ledyard. Fertile tract, quite well improved and well drained. August Busch, tenant \ FRAMBACH 75 acres—All of EH NE'.i north of C. M. & St. P. RR , Sec. 8; also 74 acres W of P. A. & K. Ditch No. 1 in 9-9530. ',« mile N and % E of Whittemore. Some excellent land, some lighter; Imp. with good small barn. Hugo H. Meyer, tenant. DAHLHAUSER 170 acres—All Sec. 8-95-30 lying E of Ditch and S of Ry., Including roadway. Adjoining on the E and S the corporate limits of the village of Whittemore. Some excellent land. Some lighter soil. Quite well improved. Good producing farm, leased by Frank J. Elbert. DENNISON 80 acres—W',i, NW'i 22-98-29. 2 miles W of Bancroft. Level, sandy loam soil; no buildings. Leased by Andrew J. Boyer. JOHNSON 154 acres—NW'i 25-94-28 (except railway). l',-i miles NW of LuVerne. Well improved, well located, fertile land, mostly well drained. Leased by Roy Guy. This is a good farm. BEENKEN 120 acres—NH NW'i and SW'i NW l ,i 15-98-27. 5H: miles due N of Titonka. 10 E and IVi N of Bancroft. Choice land, fairly well improved, well tiled. Sells subject to insurance loan of $10,000 at 5%. Farm, well handled by Warner Beenken, former owner. He bought our Ralph Olsen farm. Huiuboldt County GALES 230.75 acres—Lota 3. 4, 5 and 10. Sec. 6; that part of N'-i NWU 5 W of E 40 acres thereof, all in 93-28. 3 miles NW of Livermore on E side of DM River. Well improved, well located and well handled stock and grain farm. Leased to Chris Gales, former owner. Posesssion of each farm will be given by assignment of present leases when purchaser concludes settlement. All leases expire March 1, 1938. Buyer will receive all of 1«37 rental income. SALE TERMS Settlement—At the close of the auction we will expect each successful bidder to execute contract for the farm bid off by him and to attach thereto his cheek for $500. On approval of contract by Bank and approval of title by attorney for the purchaser, but on or before Sept. 20, 1937, we shall expect additional cash to make one-third of purchase price. We are willing to carry back two-thirds of selling price in a 6-year optional loan at 5% semiannual interest from March 1, 1937. Taxes for 1936 will be paid by the Bank, and insurance will be kept in force until deed is delivered Abstract brought down to d»U, showing merchantable tills to each tract, will be furaihsed., If different terms are needed, do not he»itate to consult our men. We are in position to meet any reasonable request. 1*37 income will go to purchasers by auigptaent of lease. For Additional Information, Phone or Write Repretetttattree or Owner*. Property of Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank UHOOLH, WEBBA8KA This sale, as all sale* wade by thi* Bank, U under the supervision of the regular employee* of the Bank, and subject to the final approval of lU proper officer*. (nfflfffriayn-B^^ News Items of Wesley Vicinity Miss Leona Selmer has returned rom Granville where she visited elatives several weeks. Miss Hetty Richter of Mason City pent the week end here with her arents, the John Richters. Mr. and Mrs. Chick Ewing of iwea City spent Sunday here with Cruise and Aldrlch relatives. Fred A. Dlekman, Jr., student at lie A. t. B. in Des Moines, spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets and amily of Britt spent Sunday here ith her parents, the Albert Renos. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bentele and amily from up near Woden spent \.\ day visiting several of her rel- tives northwest of town. Miss Arlene Haynes, employed as assistant In the General hospital in Vlgona spent Saturday night until unday evening with home folks. Mrs. R. J. Thissen of Algona spent 11 of lat week at the George Goetz ome helping Mrs. Goetz, her sister, with threshing and household du- ies. Mrs. Garfejia Johnson who has ieen at the Winkel home at Ban- roft since spring has been visiting ler several children in and about Wesley since last Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Ward and Mrs. Olver Toung spent Saturday In Maori City. Miss Ida Toung, employ- d in Mason City, returned home with her mother for a week end visit. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wester and baby daughter of Keosauqua and Miss Leila Wester of Ames spent rom Saturday night until Sunday rlsitlng their parents, the Emit Westers. Mrs. H. J. Braley and two daughters, Mrs. A. J. Mumma and Miss Ethel Braley were entertained at dinner party at the home of Mrs. 5tta Braley in Britt this week Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and three children joined members of he Art Corey family of Des Moines at Lake Okoboji Monday where .hey are occupying a cottage for a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Alne and daughter, Rosalie drove to Story City Sunday o visit Seversieke relatives and to spend the day with their son, Irvng, who has spent the summer months with his grandparents near .here. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Graettidge celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary Thursday, July 30, and in celebration of the event a group of 16 friends motored to Clear Lake that evening for several hours of dancing at the Surf. Miss Grace Kouba of the comptroller's office in the state capitol building in Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents the Frank Koubas, and on Sunday visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., and infant son at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Julius Kunz, Jr., accompanied Vernofi Kohlhaas of Algona to southwestern points in Iowa to vis- It friends and acquaintances made while students at the Iowa University at Iowa City last year. Vernon University. Delia and Edith Welter, both employed In Algona, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter, are leav- ing this week for a three weeks' motor trip through the West which will take them to Washington, Ore- gtona, California, and other points on the west coast. They expect to go by way of the Grand Canyon. Rev. Olaf Johnson conducted regular services at the Congregational church Sunday morning following a month's vacation part of which the family enjoyed In Chicago. Rev. R. E. Berntsen of Muskegon, Michigan, will fill the pulpit next Sunday and then Rev. Johnson the following Sunday, with services at 11 a. m. Miss Marjorie Bleich celebrated tier fifth birthday anniversary on Wednesday and invited in about 20 youngsters about her age for an afternoon party. Her mother, Mrs. Leo Bleich, served the group with refreshments after several hours of play and the honored guest received many nice gifts to remember her birthday. Mrs. H. J. Braley entertained a number of friends Friday afternoon at a tea honoring her daughter, Mrs. Mumma of California, who is here for a visit. Those present, all being from Algona, were Mrs. P. V. Janse, and daughter, Mrs. Beth Miller, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and daughter, Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, Mrs. Haggard and daughter, Mrs. Forrest Twogood. Mrs. R. E. Berntsen and family are spending several weeks in and about Britt, Upper Flat and Wesley visiting former friends. Rev. Berntsen has been traveling as an evangelist this summer and during the past week end-wan at Vancouver, British Columbia. He expects to be in Wesley next Sunday to conduct services at 11 o'clock at the Congregational church. Mr. and Mr. Rufus Welter, Tommy and Dorothy Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig and daughter Irene of Wesley drove to Lismore, Minn., Sunday to spend the day visiting with Ed's brother, Frank, who has been seriously 111 with pleurisy and pneumonia. Word received from relatives up there the latter part of the week indicated some improvement but his condition still remains quite critical. Rae Hutchison visited here several days last week and friends of his daughter Katherine, who had been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. R. J. Hutchison at Algona. are sorry to learn that she became suddenly ill one evening last week and was advised to have an immediate operation for the removal of her appendix. She is improving very nicely and is recuperating at the Kossuth hospital. Mra. Bertha S. Looft and daughter, Johnette of Dea Moines stopped off Sunday morning for a visit with several friends and then attended services at the Methodist church before going on to Seneca to spend several days at the home of her son, Henry and family. Her oldest daughter, Margaret, expects to return to Ward-Belmont at Nash- vlllti, Tenn., to continue teaching in the home economics department there following her attaining » Master's degree from the Iowa State at Am**, Ufttojwmmer. An- mm Moines, has "resigned her duties there and is now employed in the city doing government Civil Service work. The Frank Dransfeldts spent Sunday at the W. F. Wise home, Plymouth, Mrs. Dransfeldt and Mrs. Wise are sisters. Lucille Wise returned here for a visit with them. The Theodore Jacobsens, Humboldt. were Sunday dinner guests at the, William Nelsons. Violet Nelson, who has been visiting there, accompanied them here to her home. The local Ladies' Mite society is cordially invited to be guests of the Algona Presbyterian Ladies' Aid next week Thursday. The regular meeting will be postponed one week and will meet with Mrs. Arthur Prlebe. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson. Har- Inn, Mr. and Mrs. Klindt Cushman and daughter. Aria. Swea City, the Joe Culbertsons. Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith, Algona, were Sunday dinner gu?sts of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Fort Dodge Friday afternoon, the Harley Shellitos, Ames. meet- Ing them there. Norma Shellito and Angus and Julianna Cotton, who have been visiting there, returned here. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Parsons and daughter. Margaret. Storm Lake, speht Saturday at the Andrew Thomens. Sunday, all drove to Tripoli, to visit the G. H. Doty family. Barbara and Jean Doty accompanied the Thomsons here for a visit. The Merle Culbertsons had as Sunday dinner guests the Will Elmers family, the Emil Elmers family, Lydia Meyer. August Meyer and daughter, Selma. all of Fenton, the W. H. Meyer family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Thomas Frankl, all of Algona. Mrs. N. L. Cotton spent last week Wednesday with Mrs. Edw, Dittmer, Burl. Other guests there were Mrs. Opal Wheeler, St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Claude Salisbury. Fort Benton. Montana, and Mrs. Presley Sarchett, Union township. AH were school mates at one time. Lillian Angus, who attends Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls spent the week end at the parental R. T. Angus home. College friends Bernadlne Nelson. Alta. and Syrita Schleuter. Cresco, accompanied her home. The Delmar Angus family, Algona. were Sunday dinner guests there also. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and the Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday with the Allen Wells family. Blue Earth. Saturday. Wilbur Wells in the U. S. Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, III., spent the day at the A. D. Ne\v- broughs. He is a nephew of Mrs. Newbrough. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peters had their infant daughter. Shirley Mae. baptized Sunday at the Burt Lutheran church. Dinner guests at the Peters home were the Rev. L. Richmann family, the Arthur Zumachs. and the Rudolph Tietz family. Lotts Creek, and the C. W. Peters family, Burt. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tietz. Algona, Frank Tietz, Jr.. Algona. Edwin Tietz and Clara Bruhn. Fenton. !••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••• V Announcement Bros, liavc puivluisofl flu 1 Ksscr Barber Shop under flic Ii>\va State Bank and have moved their equipment to tlio now lr>- atimi. We welcome old and now customers to our new shop SHUTS Bros. Under Iowa State Bank 31* !••••••••••••••••! Mitchell, a patient in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rltchardt and daughter, Betty Jo of Mallard visited from Tuesday to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer. Mrs. Dreycr and Mrs. Ritchardt are cousins. Bill Kelly and Bernice McDonald of Whittemore are taking care of the Thecsfleld barber and beauty shop while the Thecsfields tire taking a vacation in northern Minnesota this week, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Oscar Johnston of Chicago visited Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestead. The ladies are cousins of Mrs. John Flnnestad. Dr. J. A. Mueller reports tonsil- ectomy operations performed on Thursday at his office. Patients were Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Ernest Jensen and Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mra. Fred Flaig of Lone Rock. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained last week Wednesday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. Norman Anderson of Swea City. Guests were Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. John Newel and Mrs. Kate Newel. Marian Finnestad is visiting her cousin, Faith Finnestad this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss and son, Glenn, Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson and son, Douglas of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Rose Hefty home in Renwick. Lola Lindsey, R. N., and Grace Yackey, R. N., supervisor and assistant supervisor respectively at the state hospital at Iowa City, left from Miss Lindsey'a parents' home Sunday for a month's vacation out west where they will visit Miss Lindaey's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Earl North. The Independence Idealist 4-H club met with Lavonne Priebe on Friday afternoon. July 30th. Miss Margaret Dunkelber, H. D. A., was present and helped the six demonstrators prepare their work, anc the best demonstration team in the club will compete in the Palo AHi county demonstrations to be held Achievement Day, August 14. Laur netta Bruhn was a guest. A family gathering was held al the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C Lindsey Sunday in honor of their son, Percy and family of Houston Texas. After a cafeteria dinner th afternoon was spent visiting. Guests were Lola Lindsey and Grac Yackey of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs William Kent and daughters of Omaha, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Kitchen and sons of Oakaloosa and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umsted of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mr*. Percy Lindsey and children left Tuesday for Glidden to spend a day with Mrs. H. C. Stedman and family and then will leave (or their home. Lola Lindsey, Mrs. Kitchen, Mrs. Kent and Mrs. Stedman are »UUr» of Percy Lindsay. LONE ROCK NEWS The Hugh Walsh famly spent iunday at Lake Okoboji. Many from here attended the rodeo at Algona last >veek end. Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Keeling and Mr*. Anna Dabl and daughter*, Francis and Edith, Mr*. Harold Hewitt and Miss Naomi Hewitt visited Friday at tho BmU Larson family. Mason City, spent Sunday at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. Mrs. R. G. Edwards and son, Richard, Pipestone, Minn., came on Friday for a visit at the Roy Jensens. Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter, Ruth, left Sunday for a few days at the R. G. Borchardts, East Chain, Minn. Herha Ruhnke and Lawrence and Dickie Theesfleld, Fenton, came Sunday for a visit with Elma Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Harms, Spirit Lake. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard spent Friday at the Edward Blanchards, Irvington. Ellen Wolfe, Whittemore, came Friday evening for an extended vis- It with Mrs. Calvin Householder and family. Mr. and Mris. Everett Harris, Reinhold, Mildred and Ruth. Person and Edward Hoppe spent Sunday at West Bend. Mrs. L. T. Jackson of Monroe, Louisiana, came Monday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Frank Macumber and family. The Carl Raths, Swea City, anc Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe. Bancroft, were Sunday evening visitors at the Jim Ackermans. The Melvin Hawks family and the Mervin Marlows spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Charles Hawks home, Spirit Lake. Phyllis Seegebarth spent from Tuesday until Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. John Seegetaartl und ulso at the Arthur Leudtlies. Mr, and Mra. Lelund Hantelmar and daughter, Joan, Curl Voiyii and Clarence Lohsu, all of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Dora Laabs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent Sunday with Mrs Evelyn Eariny und the Gtorge Pet- tills. Cecil Seesebarth accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. und Mrs. Kenneth Cobb. of Vincent. 111., spent Saturday afternoon and evening at the Ora Hulberts. Mr. Cobb at one time was employed by the Hulberts. Vera Morris spent the past week at the J. S. Stewart home. Clarion, and the Perry Schunaacker home, Carlisle. Mary Stewart, Clarion, is spending this week with Vera. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Pruisraan and son, Jerry, Kanawba, spent the week end with Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Ackerman. Mra. Caroline Ackerman was a Sunday guest there. The Rev. T. D. Arends family spent from last week Monday until Friday with Attorney and Mrs. A M. Smith and Genevleve Olson, all of Fender, Neb., at Lake Okoboji. Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply M-tf A General Ring FROM BJUSTROM'S Don't fail to be on hand for Algona 9 s Watermelon Day Wed. August llth AND WE MIGHT ADD THAT IT IS ALSO A OOOD TIME TO DROP IN AND SEE OUR LINEUP OF "ALL AMERICAN" APPLIANCES. FRIGID AIRES,., MAYTAG Washers PHILCO Radios... HEATERS for Fall SKELGAS Ranges... ESTATE Ranges DELCO Heating Plants WAYNE Oil Burning Equipment Seo them on display in the store. Lot us bid on your next jo)). Our own .sheet metal dept. makes complete, installations. Easy Terms at BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Gladiola Show Aug. 10-11 . Watermelon Day, Aug. 11 Wonderful Values ! Lowest Prices ! Out they go ! LIVING ROOM SUITES '42 i.OO up Ttuo to Four Peices ! All the new fashionable style* in modern, conservative, and period model*—a host of new popular HiiiUw in every wanted covering, every favored color. What a chance to save! Great Bargains ! BEDROOM SUITES ( 49 .00 up Three to Six Pieces ! Here you will lind all that i» lieu, biniirt und fanhioii- ul>le! Our entire htot'k of Bedroom Suite* has been drastically reduced for this price-feiiiuaiuuK clearance-! Beautifully veneered—in a Hide range of favored woods! You must see them'. Specials on Dinette & Dining Suites $ 23.50 & Up Rugs and Carpets Get our low prices on Rugs & Carpeting by the yard. Attend the Gladioli Show at the High School Gyiunuaiiuu Augiut 10 and 11, 1837 FOSTER FURNITER CO

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