The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1937 · Page 11
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TK. AIMM PptCT PM Motet*. Alpm*. Iowa. Aug. 19,1937 IBURTDUMPFKE THREAT0ROATS I Other N«ws of Week End Activity In Hurt Vidnity Burt: The fl« department was called one day last week to put out a fire at the gravel pit east of town which is used as a city dump. It was feared the fire might spread to the Coffin oats field, which ad joins the pit. A man was left on the job during the night. The heavy rani Monday night brought an end to the flre. Son at Relbhotta Mr. and Mrs. ^Clarence Relbhoff are the parents of a ten pound son born Monday morning, Aug. 16. Winning Streak Broken After six victories In succession the Burt Independent team was de feated here Sunday afternoon b Rlngsted, the score being t to 3 Rodney Glddlngs is spending couple of weeks at Pine City, Minn The C. B. Chlpmans and J. C Thaves family picnicked at Rice Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brace, Letha Mann and LeRoy Lee spent Sunday at Interlaken park. The Lutheran Sunday School held Its annual picnic Sunday at the Geo. Koestler grovt. Harold Hobson has been confined to his bed since Thursday with flu and yellow Jaundice. Little Donald Dean, son of Mrs. Anna Relmers, had his tonsils removed Monday morning. The Virgil Schraders moved last •week Into upstairs rooms at the, Mrs. James Armstrong home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna, o( Nora Springs, spent the week end at the Mrs. Maude Hanna home. The Emll Persons, Tom Trenarys and Floyd Duncans were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney are parents of a son born Saturday Aug. 14. This Is the second son for the Orneys. The E. A. Illff family spent thi week end at Spirit Lake. The Illff expect to move to Bancroft within a few weeks. Mrs. Vernal Hardgrove and littl daughter spent the week end wit Mrs. Hardgrwe's mother, Mrs Bertha Schwletert. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schrader, th Stanley Blacks, and Huttle Ward were Sunday dinner guests at th C H. Schrader home. Vera Chipman came home Satur day for a three weeks' vacation from her work at a school of commerce in Mason City. Mrs. A. C. Bernhard, assisted by Mrs D. T. Hobson, entertained the Golden Rule Sunday School class Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mr*. A. H. M«ln*er ac- ctftnpanled the R. B. KauUkys, Fort •them Minnesota, Sun- f days' fishing. Mrs. Sadie Schecnk came Thursday for a visit at the home of her •on, Lloyd. She had been visiting her son, Horace, at Lake Crystal. Supt. and Mrs. Comiit Bowie returned home Sunday after a couple of weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Bowie's parents at Marshalltown. George Schenck and Ernest Polhemus left Sunday after a few days- visit with Burt relatives for their homes at Los Angeles and Artesia, Calif. Mrs. Mona Fair and John Warner, Staples, Minn., visited Thursday and Friday at the J. W. Dorrance home. Mrs. Fair is Mrs. Dorrance's cousin. ffeiVi Kuttttth's Talfeit Com and to Grower. ~A» Ifcpwted At w .^«tt*1«n Dav Algona Tall Com Contort Iteld in Connection with Watennelonuay LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS-REYNOLD M ft. V / P • . bthipjCorner of Nort •^ SMASH HITS Clothes for School We Meet The Exacting Demands of The Student and His Parents. Boys and Young Men Will Be Glad To See Our Complete and Varied Assortment of Their Own Styles, Buy Wisely! Compare the wear, fit and lasting appearance—get value in your school togs at The Hub Clothiers Pictured above are the four men who turned in the tallest stalks of com last week In connection with Algona's second annual Watermelon Day. The men, left to right, are L. G. Huber of Titonka, who had a stalk 13 ft, 7 inches; next, Mark Insko, Bode, whose corn was an even 13 feet; third, Edwin Marty, stalk 12 feet, 8 1 Will F. Brown of Algona took the I the first one in the corn at the right thf right. Otto above picture. The tallest stalk Is I side of the picture. «Hth mches wd at . Vaske, Bancroft, with an entry of 12 ft., 7 Inches. Fifth place went to Harry Ketelson of West Bend, and sixth to Melvin Rieken, Burt, who were not present when the picture was taken. The event was sponsored by The Hub Clothiers. Former Supt Donald Weir and daughter, Janice Rae, Adel, were calling on Burt friends Saturday. They were on their way to Estherville. Harry McEwen and daughter, Carol, Storm Lake, were dinner guests Friday at the H. A. Thompson home. The McEwens once lived in Burt Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schoeder, Mrs. Velmn McBride and Kenneth Cook took George Schroeder back to Ames Sunday. He had spent a few days at home. The Parson Johnsons and Mr Johnson's parents from L e dy£rd went to Clara City, Minn., last Friday to visit Mrs. Johnson's parents for a few days. Tho Royce Babcocks who have been living In the Wm. Ladendorf home, moved to Bancroft, Saturday Mr. Babcock Is connected with tn« CCC camp there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bahllng let Sunday with cousins of Mrs. Bahl ing from Minnesota for a month trip to California and Oregon, wher Mrs. Bahllng has brothers. The annual picture of the Meth odlst Ladles' Aid society will b held Thursday afternoon. Aug. 26 In the Sigsbee woods, instead o Wednesday, as first planned. About 40 women attended the cooking school sponsored by the Central States Electric Co., which was held In the Eastern Star dining room last Friday afternoon. The Ray Grahams, Webster City, visited Sunday at the J. D. Graham home. They brought home Joyce and Maxlne Graham, who had spent Boys' Suits LONO PANTS OR KNICKERS $O45 Our desire to serve with dependability and thoughtful consideration ... in time of need. LAIRD 8c NcCULLOUGH Algonu Funeral Chapel Iowa FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 BOOMS FROM i couple of weeks at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney went o Kiester, Minn., Sunday, and brought Mr. Heaney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heaney, home with hem for a couple of days' visit with hem. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jain, Indana, were calling on old Burt friends last Friday and spent the night at the J. P. Trunkhill home. Mr. Jain formerly lived near Burt at one time, but had not been here for 44 years. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hartley and the Jake Weavers, Sexton, brought a picnic dinner and spent the day wiJh Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther. Mrs. Hinklc and daughter, Elmore, also spent Friday evening with Mrs. Kuchenreuther. Lorraine Kollasch, who Is taking nurses' training at the Lutheran hospital tn DCS Molae», Is spending a three weeks* vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Her sister, Beada, also spent the week end here. The Leonard Koestlers, Clinton, are spending a few days with Leonard's mother, Mrs. Bertha Koestler. They will take their daughter, Jane, home with them. She has been spending the summer here with her grandmother. The Rev. and Mrs. Thoburn Speicher took Rev. Speicher's Sunday School class of intermediate boys and girls to the Algona swimming pool last Friday afternoon, after which they had a picnic supper at the Call Park. The E. C. Bierstedts and Walter Sorensens, Leonard Warner, Ledyard, Richard O'Donnell and Mr. Macumber of Lone Rock, were Sunday supper guests at the Lyle Marlow home. The affair was in honor of Mrs. Marlow's birthday. The Ray Dremmels left Thursday for a week's visit with Mrs. Dremmel's parents, at Osakis, Minn. Viola Trenary accompanied them for a visit with her aunt. Ray expected to spend part of his time at Leech Lake where F. L. Pratt and daughters are spending a couple of weeks. Sunday visitors at the D. T. Hobson home included the Cal Stanleys and Merle Clarkfj, Elmore, Raymond Hobson and daughter Betty, and Raymond's mother-in- law, Mrs. Aldred, Marcus, and the Harry Hobsons and Wendell Rob erta, Lone Rock. The Wendel Roberts just recently returned from California. Mrs. Aldred and Bet ty remained for a week's visit a the Hobson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bewick return ed Thursday from a week's visit a Elk Mound and Menominee, Wis Friday, they went to Pocahontas to spend the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May. They stopped at the J. T. Graham home in Algona Sunday, where a family gathering was being held in honor of Mr. Graham's 82nd birthday. The Jay Grahams and F. O. Stow were also present and the Ray Grahams, Webster City, and the Harvey Grahams, Titonka, and Kenneth Mays, Pocahontas. UMMW tUtlB OH UUlt MATS HI UUHA KM TRANSronATKHI TO From the Firestone pUnutiom in tlberi* comet «n erw-lncrcmng nppht of the wot ld'« fineit rubber. Money sited here ind In nuouftc- rarinc «nd diitribution enable Fireitone to fell • «ifer. fim- qiiliiy tire (flower price*. 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