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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 26,1937 North East» Kossuth Page Lakota's Annual Sauerkraut Day Celebration To Be Held This Saturday PRIZES, FUN ON PROGRAM WITH SAUERKRAUT Largest Potato, Tomato And Ear of Corn Earn Rewards i Lakota: Saturday v/111 be Sauerkraut day In Lakota and among other features presented will be an exhibit of agricultural product*. The Ledyard township farm bureau will have a booth with exhibits of grain, hybrid corn, etc., and some one will be in the booth all day to pass out pamphlets and answer questions. Prizes are being offered for the largest potato, ripe tomato, sugar beet and ear of corn. Art pgren is offering a J5 prize for the largest head of cabbage. The Presbyterian Aid will serve meals. Former Pastor Vlslte The Rev. H. O. Kossack, Arlington Heights, III., who with a party of friends was on his way to visit Yellowstone Park, and do some fishing in Montana, was a caller at Mrs. Ida Smiths, Sunday, August 14. The Rev. Kossack is a former pastor of the local Presbyterian church. He left greetings to all his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode and daughter, Evelyn, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the J. H. War- burtons. Evelyn will again teach music in the Ringsted school. Mrs. Pearl Smith Dunn, Bismark, North Dakota, and Mrs. Emma Stevens, Clairmont, Calif., were visitors at Mrs. Ida Smiths last week. Mrs. Dunn is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Stevens, an aunt who is spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. Ella Slattcry at Spirit Lake. Frerkings Return From 6 Week Trip Lakota: The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking and son, Norman arrived home, Friday from a 6-wceks automobile trip, going by way of the southern route to California, north through Oregon and Washington and home via the northern route with a visit at Yellowtsone Park on the way. They report a very enjoyable vacation. Some of the places especially enjoyed were: Bruce Canyon I in Utah, Mexico, Los Angeles, Seattle and they also attended services at the Aimee Temple McPherson tabernacle. They set two hours listening to preliminaries before the sermon began. The speaker came on the pint- form dressed In white satin, wearing a corsage of orchids and a large diamond. "TODAY OUR HEALTHY DIONNE QUINS HAD QUAKER OATS" BRACE-UP NERVES. DIGESTION, APPETITE* f 3 ' YEAR TRIUMPH SHOWS EVERYONE NEEDS VITAMIN B. GET IT DAILY IN QUAKER OATS! UaUn to Kallenmeyer-i Kinderorten Ew» Saturday, 3.30 P. M. (C. S. T.) N. •. C. Hrt N.tw*rk. * Wbtre poor condition ii due to lack of Vitamin B. QUAKER OATS Get The Most Barn For Your Money That don't m'ct'ssarily mean a big barn. It does moan a barn that is carefully planned fur the work it must do and then built to last. That calls for considerable study and working- out of details. This can best be done where full information about materials as well as complete barn design and plan service is available. All this you will h'nd at our office. We are always glad to help any farmer with planning details so that he may get the most value in service and lasting quality from all of his buildings. You can find out anything you want to know about barns right here. If we don't know, we will find out for you. Use our service and our materials in remodeling your old barn or building your new one and you will get the most barn for your money. F. S. Norton & Son MAN KILLED ON WAY TO VISIT HEBRON FOLKS Algona, Iowa Phone 229 Kin of Mrs. Jordahl, Sel mer Thompson Died in Auto Crash Hebon Twp.:. Mrs. Ida Jordahl and her brother, Selmer Thompson, autoed to Milbank, S. D., Saturday morning after they received a message from their sister in Washington state telling that their brother-in-law had been killed in an auto accident. They were on their way out here for a visit. Their sister is also at the hospital in Milbank. Miss Winter Weds The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winter, who has been taking nurses' training at the Park hospital, Mason City, was married in Mason City last week. Otto and Fred Boehm spent Sunday with their mother. Mrs. Ted Bruns is mourning the loss of her father, A. Furst of Buffalo Center. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children attended the funeral for Mr. Furst of Buffalo Center Sunday. A birthday party was given for Miss Gennie Badje last Thursday night at the Badje home. Lars Egesdahl purchased a silo from Julius Jenson and had It moved to his place last week. Mrs. C. O. Legried and Burnild, Bonna and Lcvine spent Monday afternoon at the Oscar Frandles. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Quam and Arlo visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Oswald last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Stensland of Roland spent Friday evening at the Oscnr Frandles and Carl Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hagedorn and son spent Sunday at her sister Mrs. Bert Underbakkes. Muriel LJnderbakkc returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin ind family autoed to Mankato last Friday and spent the day. They also visited at the Charles Moser ionic. Andy Hnlverson of Tagas, N. D. and Tilmer Thompson of Elmore, spent Thursday afternoon with Oscar Frandle. They were old school mates. The Oscar Frnndlcs attended a miscellaneous shower in honor of her brother and his wife of Clear Lake, Thursday night at the Zion church it Rake. Thclma Frandle is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clif- fc;d Legried of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klipping of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family attended the wedding of her brother. Burnild Legried and Ingborg Kloppcn of Thompson last Algona Amateurs Are Winners At Ledyard Contest Ledyard: The amateur contest Saturday evening drew a larger crowd than for the past few weeks find there was a good program. There will be no contest next Saturday here as Lakota will hold their Sauerkraut celebration, but on the following Saturday, Sept. 5, will be the semi-finals at which time all the winners through the summer will compete. The program Saturday was as follows: The Peterson Bros of Winnebago, violin, guitar and accord- Ian number; the Abbas sisters of Lakota, singing; Miss Hamstead of Elmore, accordlan number; Lois Messer of Winnebago, violin; John Jorgenson, Ledyard, guitar and songs; the McWhorters of Burt, tap dance and singing; the Hayseed trio, Elmore. singing; Clarice Thompson, Elmore, tap dance number. The winners of last week were as follows: Cec and Val, Algona, first prize; Joe and Henry, Elmore, second prize; Virgil Wirtjes, Lakota, third prize. Obtains New Poiltlon Frances Hettler and Mrs. Olson of Hampton visited at the D. B. Mayer home Friday afternoon. Miss Hettler has resigned her present position and has accepted another government position In the extension department as home demonstration agent. Her headquarters will be at Marengo and Brooklyn. Her new work will commence Sept. 6. Miss Hettler taught home economics here for two years. Sunday night i parents, Mr. Mrs. Beatrice Osland enjoyed i Knoncr. N. A. Pingle was In Elmore Saturday on business. A. E. Lauritzen was visiting with friends here Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Craig were in Elmore Friday. Mrs. Max Nitz and Maxine were Elmore callers on last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiemer called on Mrs. Lauritzen in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle were in Algona Thursday having glasses fitted. Carlylc Fryc of Blue Earth visited at the John Frandle home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krcbsbach and son left Monday to visit relatives in Oregon. Mrs. Sknnr has been ill with the neuralgia and is under the care of Dr. Sommers. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pinglc attended the annual Looft reunion at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Edward Knoner and son, John, left Sunday evening for a week's vacation trip to Duluth. Air. nnd Mrs. Milo Hnlverson of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at the Edward Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and Betty and Darrell of Cedar Rapids, visited Saturday at the D. A. Link home. Eldon Miller of Oxford visited on Thursday at the Leon Worden lioiix'. He is a nephew of Mr. Worden. Mrs. Wm. Brand and daughter of Hubbard came Friday to visit her Lou Miller of Oxford visited at the Leon Worden home Saturday. He has been visiting the past week at the John Miller, Gene Worden and J. Hans homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, Mr. and Mrt*. Lawrence Mayne and Shirley and Sharon, Evelyn and Delores Mayne attended the Thackeray reunion at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Max Nltz attended the funeral of Verne Collison at Elmore Sunday afternoon. Mr. Collison was a young man and died following a siege of typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and children, Virgil and Lavaun visited friends here Friday and were dinner guests at the L. W. Wiemer home and supper guests at the D. B. Mayer home. While here, Mr. Barrett made arrangements to have their household goods, which has been stored here this summer, trucked to Troy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Barrett nnd children will go to Troy this week to take up Mr. Bar rett's new duties as school superintendent. Presbyterian Aid Hosts To 2 Other Lakota Aids, Thur. Lakota: The Presbyterian Aid entertained the Lutheran and Methodist Aids at the church Thursday afternoon for their guest day and about 50 were present for the event. Mrs. George Heetland was chairman of the program as follows: piano duet, Elizabeth Rahmstock and Margaret Schroeder; group singing; Angry Word, devotions in charge of Mrs. I. E. Wortman; vocal duet. My Mother's Bible, Mrs. William Turlcy and Gertrude Wortman, then Mrs. Turley read a poem, Just An Old Fashioned Bible and the number was closed with the chorus of the song; piano duet, by Margaret Schroeder and Elizabeth Rahmstock; reading, Let the Laughter Out, Mrs. Carl Gerzemn. and Mrs. August visit from her uncle and aunt, Ei Oakland and family and also her stepmother and son of Huxley, i few days last week. Mrs. Ernest Halvemon, Resells] and Lillian Erdahl and Gladys Hal verson spent a couple of days at Truman visiting with their sister Mrs. Virgil Thompson. Andy Halverson and his family and his mother of Tagas. N. I), formerly of this township are here visiting with relatives anil also to look after some business. The following we;'e Monday afternoon luncheon gueste of Mrs Ernest Halverson: Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Mrs. Iver Anderson, Lylu Nelson and Mabel Houstad. Alice Lunning only daughter ol Hilmer Lunning, and Elmer Kleiner were united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 14. The couple will make their home on the farm now occu pied by her father. Mrs. Lyle Dorsey of Greenfield spent a few days visiting with her mother, Mrs. Gust Nelson. She returned home last Thursday. Mrs. Nelson and Lillie returned with her to stay a few days. qfaRM&ff&ff^^ Underdahls, Lakota, Move to Boise, Idaho Lakota: Several social events occurred last week i,i honor of the Ed Underdahls who are leaving tnis week for a new home al Boise, Idaho. Tile American l.e;;:o i injiyed a stay party ut the city hull in honor of Mr. Uiideidalil vvii/le the Legiuu Auxiliary held a party for Mrs. Jnderduhl at her home Aridity eve- ling. A social time was enjoyed and Mr. Underdah! was presented with a tooled leather billfold and igarette case and Mrs. Underdah! was presented with a glass percolator. Friday, Mrs. UiiderdahJ's sister, Mra. Harold Johnson entertained in heir honor at a dinner and 6 o'clock party ut her home in Rake. Mm. Elmer Kienitz and Mrs. Ra- hei Kienitz entertained 12 women n Mrs. Underdahl's honor at the Mra. Rachel Kienitz home Thursday veiling. Arliss Heetland and Peg:y Grabau entertained a group of ;irl» Saturday afternoon in honor i Mary Jane and Liuvonne and -avonne was given a gift of a sew- ng set and Mary Jane a gold brace- et. Sunday relatives and friends from Minnesota came to spend the day with them and all enjoyed a picnic dinner in the Methodist church dining room. Mr. Underdahl's mother, Mra. Win. Heaaeldahl, who has been visiting here, accompanied her oldest son to Austin, where she will make her borne. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingle left Monday morning for a weeks trip in the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse attended a family reunion at Mason City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Dunne and Mrs. L>. B. Mayer were in Algona Saturday evening and called on Mrs. Lauritzen. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson of Rad- clitfe and Murybeth and Jane And- ei-son of Ackley were Sunday guests at the L. W. Winner home. Mr. and Mrs. E<i Christ nnd their daughters, Vivian and Eunice of Forest City were Sunday guests ut the Mui-tha Gable home. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. Mrs. H. Dyer and Mrs. Aeilt Troff drove to Eagle Grove Sunday afternoon and visited at the Blanche Jenks home. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter were in Algona Saturday afternoon calling on Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and son at the General hospital. The Howard Granners, Ledyard. were visitors at the Rev. Harvey Nelsons Sunday afternoon. The Henry Ennens left Sunday for Canada taking with them Mrs. Ennen's mother, who has been visiting them for several weeks, to her home there. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman drove to Sheffield Sunday to brins homo Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Sr., who has been visiting her daughter nnd family, the Elmer Dow*. The Rev. Gartner, chaplain at a CCC camp at Hibbing, Minn., who IN spending his vacation at 1m home in Titonhn, was a caller nt the Rev. Nelsons one day last week. Mr. and Mm. Samuel Wat-burton and little granddaughter, Jnn« Warburton, visited at the F. G. Torinnf Sunday afternoon. Mr. Torino Ivi.s not been well this summer and Saturday and Sunday was sick again. Tho Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and son, John Byron of Lakota and Supt. and Mrs. Howard Granncr and son, Dnrrell, Ledyard. drove to Algona Friday to visit Mrs. Abe Lauritzen and little son at the General hospital. This is the Laur- itzens' second son. Mrs. Hutchison went to Estherville Saturday afternoon for a week end visit with her son, Sidivy and family. Mrs. Harry Moe and her daughter, Eleanor took Mr. Moe who now works out of Estherville. over there Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Hutchinson returned with them. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Thnves and little daughter, Mrs. Will Thaves and daughter, Marcella and Raymond Picst, drove to Minneapolis Sunday, where they visited relatives. The former returned Sun- dny night, but Mrs. Thaves and Mnrcella remained for a longer visit with Mrs. Thaves' sister nnd family. Msrcelln. who is assistant at the telephone office, is spending her vacation there. Iowa State Fair To Open Friday DCS Moines, Aug. 25. Special: The largest State Fair in Iowa's history is scheduled to open here Fridny, with n show valued at nearly five million dollars, nnd with nn eight day and night entcrtninmcnt program which, officials say, sets a new record for lavishness among American expositions . The big opening event of the fnir Fridny will be the annual statewide children's day, when nil boys nnd girls under 16 will be admitted free, and will be guests nt a huge children's party in the morning. Hendline features for the eight days, as announced in final form this week Include: National Circuit auto races— Aug. 27. 28 nnd Sept. 3; Harness races—Aug. 30, 31, Bept. 1 and 2; fifth annual State Fair rodeo- three nights. Aug. 27. 28 and 29, and four afternoons. Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1 and 2; a huge musical extravaganza, "Parade of Stars" four nights—Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1 nnd 2: an airplane crashing a house and other "thrill day and safety day" features—Sunday afternoon; Aug. 29; nn open-air circus cnch afternoon nnd evening, with a complete change of acts the second week of the fair; world's fnir fireworks nnd festivnl of light every night; horse shows—four nights, Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1 nnd 2, nnd Sunday matinee, Aug. 29. Educntional features of the fair, too, are on n larger scale thnn us- unl, officials snid today. They include n two million dollnr livestock show and Iowa corn nnd small grain festival, a women's exposition, n farm machinery show of fifty acres. a state flower nnd garden show, mid-season auto show, national tall corn contest, n fish nnd panic exhibit, Iowa farm boys nnd girls' 4-H club congress, public schools ox- position, and scores of miscellaneous exhibits. Officials arc predicting nn nt- tendance of over 350.0$$ for the 8 dnys from Aug. 27 through Sept. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hnlversnn. Oren Hnlverson. Gladys Hnlverson nnd Roselln Erdnhl nutoed to Minneapolis last Sunday nnd spent the day with Mrs. T. H. Benson and family. Mrs. Benson recently underwent nn operation for appendicitis nnd returned homo Saturday. They report she is greatly improved. Not Appendicitis— Gas Pains Fool Him I h:i-l «',i.li pain in my riplit sMe I thi'niKl-.t I h:ul «|ip»nrlirltli". rtnt II was onK- pns. After Inkinp AD- I.KI.'IICA I've h;ld 11.1 trmihliy"— W. 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