The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1937 · Page 9
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North The Algona Upper Dos Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 9,1937 East * Kossuth KITES/TUESDAY, BUFFALO CENTER "Wife of former Pastor at Buit Dted last TVeek Burt: Word was received here Sunday of the death of Mrs. C B. TOTtc-hell early Sunday morning at ter home at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Mitchell had been seriously ill for several .months and on last Wednesday suffered another stroke ' which resulted in her death. Mrs. Mitchell was the wife of the Rev.;C.B.TWitchell, who was pastor of the Burt Methodist church for «H™£TV Um " Rev " M 'tchell's retirement from the ministry last fall, when they moved to Buffalo She is survived by her husband ?™£JTi. ch i dren: Mrs " Wi " Schram of Tltorika, Bennett Mitchell of Buf- ibrt « t8 A r '.? rrs - James Kno » ° r Burt ana Arthur of Sioux City rtlffH* I" !?? U .!! nOWn tnrou *h°ut this district of the Methodist church having Ilvefl In Crystal Lake, Mem£V? t 2L ka< Corwlth ' Goldfieia Buffalo Center, Good Hope, Lake » \£f2*£° ng and Burt - w Rev. Mitchell served as pastor. Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon at the Buffalo Center Methodist church and burial -was made there also TRICK HORSES ON CLAY COUNTY FAIR PROGRAM • ) m • "" • Captain Donnis Curtis' Black Horse Troupe is a headline attraction at this year's Clay County Fair at .Spencer, Sept. 13-18. The Curtis coal black chargers are a most spectacular and thrilling group and Secretary Leo Dailey seems to have again gathered a fine collection of acts for the usua high cfass exhibition at Spencer. Titonka: Wilbur Godfredson, who Mas made his home since but a few years old, with his Invalid Grandmother Godfredson, and aunt, Miss Lena Godfredson, and Miss Ruby Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jonn Wood of Woden were married last week while attending the state fair, returning home Sunday. They have rented furnished rooms at the Henry Meyer residence. Wilbur is "KJihu-ly employed at the Inter- nail! cafe. The best wishes of their many friends are extended to them CAR STUCK IN STRAW PILE, 2 STACKS IGNITE Straw Prom 80 Acres Burns Near Xakota, Thursday Lakota: Swede Krull had the misfortune to have his car burned last Thursday. He was taking some tractor supplies to his brother, who was plowing and drove too close to a straw stack ana the car stuck In the fine straw near the stack. In trying to get the car out on its own power the straw was ignited from the exhaust and the fire spread to two large straw stacks which were burned and the car was also destroyed. Added to the loss of the car was the straw from 80 acres of oats. Ed Miller To Move ...Hardy Jordahl has rented the place where Ed Miller has been living for the past 20 years. Ed has purchased a home south of Lakota. W. J. Denton, Titonka, Finds Kin After Diligent, 40 Yr. Hunt Tltonka: Mr. and Mm. Verne Denton of Greenfield, Iowa, came Saturday for a week end visit at the home of Mr. and Mr*. W. jr. Denton. Verne and W. 3. Denton are couftins. This visit has a most unusual •ignlflcanee to Druggist Denton for the reason that nntll five weeks ago he had never known the whereabouts of any of any of his father's people though he haa made diligent search for the past forty years. Mr. Denton's father died before his birth, and owing to Hie remarriage of his young mother all trace of these relative* were lost About five weeks ago Mr. Denton received proof that Verne Denton was his cousin, and left Immediately for Greenfield. Needless to say the visit was thoroughly enjoyed as Verne Denton too, knew only of the members of his Immediate family, one brother In Georgia, and two half-sisters In New Tork. To Build Addition At Ledyard For Bank Building Ledyard: A basement is being dug for an addition to be built on the State Bank building. More room has been needed for some time and the new addition will be commenced very soon. The Bancroft Beauty Shop takes great, pleasure in introducing Mr. Joe Brooke of New York City, of the Nestle Le Mur Pcrjnanent Waving Co., who will be in this shop on Friday, Sept. 10. irCo. 1 , who are til* ffi&ginators of permanent waving have employed Mr. Brooks for the past 15 years, and he is considered one of the leading experts on permanent waving. We have purchased a 24 heater Nestle Multi- Triumph Machine and for this day only will have a SPECIAL PRICE OF $4.00 ON ALL $5.50 WAVES Those making appointments for the day will have the advantage of having Mr. Brooks give them their permanents. An invitation is extended to everyone to call and .see these demonstrations. A free souvenir will he given to adults that register, and which also entitles them to a chance on the free #5.50 wave given away at the drawing in the evening at 7::U) p. in. Bancroft Beauty Shop Jessie Stebritz, Manager Take In Circus Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson went to Fort Dodge Saturday to attend Ringllng Brothers' circus. From there they went on to Sioux City to visit their sons, Milton and family, and Kenneth over Sunday and Labor Day. Mrs. Albert Barnes accompanied them as far as Rolfe, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Harvey Minkler. Mrs. Barnes went after her Sunday. K. I. Fishers, Titonka, Moving to Minnesota Titonka: K. I. Fisher, who has been employed at the Callies Bros general store and meat market for the past year and a half, left Monday for Minneapolis where he has secured a position with a laundry as driver of one of their laundry trucks. Mrs. Fisher and the children will remain here for some time until a suitable apartment has been secured. ^ 'MILWAUKEE I RECORD BREAKING SCHEDULE TO CHICAGO N*vai beiore in history has thera bean such fast service. Houis saved. Never such • convenient schedule. Only an afternoon en route. Never •ucii "QTnfcrtabjJa ar f ?oninn?<ifltif>nfi Luxurious air-conditioned cars. Park your car «t the nearest Milwaukee Road station and ride this new Flyer. Not* the time saving schedule and low tares. CONDENSED SCHEDULE—Train No. ••—Daily '50.-' 12:01 p. •. iaisfiiSl If I3« p. m. if. **3& : : : : lli , to c h .... W T, :S . Lv. Maaea Clly .1. Cbaries Cily .». New Hampton !*•**• *r. fta 6ill lafeiaotfeo, Alia ttafi at cuttOo iattimtdiati i ;«to OAI^ t9**tvaUcot, otk /OMC a*orMl MILWAUKEE ROAD Mrs. Henry Dyer and Glenn were Algona shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth were in Algona Saturday on business. Earl and Bill Waters spent the week end In their home at Lohr- vllle. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Krammen- meler were Algona callers on Saturday. Mrs. Aeilt Troff, Mrs. Albert Barnes and Marjorie were In Algona on Thursday. Mrs. Ray Wentworth went to Thompson last Friday to attend a shower for a relative. I Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hearst of Thompson visited their brother, Charles Hearst Sunday. Irene Dyer left last week Tuesday for Kansas City where she expects to work this fall. The Bethany Reform church began a series of special evangelistic meetings Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge and daughter of Buffalo Center visited Friday at the George Hagge home. The Frank Nltz family returned Friday from a western trip, including Yellowstone Park and the Black Hills. Mrs. John Troff and son, John, left Saturday for Hancock county, Minnesota, to attend the funeral of a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, Eleanor Sanders and Fred Munyer left on Friday to attend the Minnesota state fair. Agues Olson of Bancroft and Esther Sierr.3 of Whittemore, both last year's teachers, visited friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Swartzell of Olin came Sunday to visit a week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. EJvin Carpenter. Elvin Torgerson of Mason City spent Sunday here visiting his sister, Phyllis Torgerson, who is employed in the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson and daughters, Amoritu and Lavoun returned Saturday from a trip in northern Minnesota. Alma Verio and Doris Welfare went to Miss Verio's home in Rake. Friday und then on to Clear Lake to spend the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Dahofe and son of Minneapolis culled on Mrs. Harriett Mutzncr last week Wednesday. Mr. Dahofe was a teacher here many yours ago. Mrs. Albert Barnes of Ledyard, Mrs. Jerry Barnes of Blue Earth und Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson of Elmore visited relatives in Armstrong lust week Wednesday. Mrs. Aeilt Troff. Warren Lloyd, Hurry Schroeder, Jack Welch and Chas. Hilferty were in Algona Saturday lulling tests to obtain chauffeurs' licenses in order that they might drive school busses. Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mrs. Alfred Zielske, Alice Mayne and Betty Matzener spent Friday and Saturday at Eagle Grove at the Wilcox and Jenks homes. Patty Matzener who had been visiting her grandmother, returned with them. Thomas Underkofler is visiting hilt father, Jess Underkofler here and his sister, Mrs. Harold Clark at Bancroft. Thomas has been attending summer school at the State University of Iowa aad will go back this week to commence his third year in the study of medicine. Joseph Bestenlehner of Algona was a Sunday evening pleasure caller here. Mrs. Carrie Bonacher Is spending a few days at the home of her son, Amos and family in the country. Will Newville of Des Moines arrived Saturday to spend some time at the home of his brother, Chas. Miss Doris Stott. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Stott is the new relief operator at the Titonka Telephone Exchange office. Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Hanscn and chidlren moved from the Callies residence property to the Melvin Craven cabin located on Frank Hagen's lots In the south part of • town. • • . • ~. - J- • Lester Callies is remodeling an repairing his residence propert formerly occupied by Maurice Han sen family, preparatory to occu pancy by unknown newlyweds, w are told. Miss Annabelle Sachau who unt. a couple of weeks ago has been em ployed at the Callies Bros, genera store, is now attending Teachers College at Cedar Falls, preparator to a teaching career. Rev. and Mrs. Patterson return ed Saturday from a three weeks vacation with relatives and at the Methodist camping grounds at Oko boji, and church services were con ducted Sunday as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stenzel and three children returned Saturday from a two weeks' vacation spent in Illinois and at LeMars visiting relatives. Wm. Stenzel, Jr., returned with them for an extended visit The regular monthly business meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the Denton home Tuesday evening, with the usual attendance and business conducted by the president, Rose Bonacker. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop and daughter have moved into the residence property recently purchased by Dr. Ball and remodeled, vacating rooms at the Sonnenberg property tenanted by Dick Meyer, Jr., and family. Miss Ida Suchau, teacher in the Corwith schools, came home Friday evening to spend the week end and Labor day at the home of her parents. Miss Sachau reports that she is highly pleased with her position und anticipates a pleasant year. Page AMATEUR WILL GFT AUDITION Ledyard Finalist To Get Chance Over WHO; New Winners Ledynrd: The first of the semifinals in the amateur contests was held Saturday night. Next Saturday another semi-final will be held and then on Saturday, Sept. 18, the finals will be held. The winner of first place that night will go to Des Moines and have an audition over Michaelsons Wed 25 Years, Sunday Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mich- uelson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last Sunday. A large crowd gathered at the Zion church parlors and enjoyed the afternoon. A program was arranged for the occasion. A large number of relatives were here to attend from Illinois. Tike Indians Lose Titonka: The Titonka Indians pluyed the Livermore team there on Monday, the Indians being defeated by a score of S to 2, although the game wus a meat unaually interesting game from start to finish. Mrs. Bertha Sohn and sons spent a few days visiting in different parts of Minnesota. Sanford Egesdahl spent a few days with his grandparents a few days the past week. Arlin Hauskin was bitten quite badly on the leg last Wednesday, and WHS rushed to Dr. Somers. Olaf Fjetland has been busy these days hauling gravel for his new barn which wi!J be built this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Mons Monson and boys attended the funeral of her sister last Monday at the South Blue Earth church. Mrs. Max Kluth of Blue Earth and Mrs. Marvin Nickolus, Norma and Patsy spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Oscar Frandle and family attended a shower in honor of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Burnild Legried at the Zion church parlors at Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krosch, Mrs. Ferdinand Miller and Hugo Miller autoed to northern parts in Minnesota. They will visit their daughter and sister. The program Saturday was as follows: Arthur Grieser of Lakota, Hill Billy songs; Gable Sisters of Ledyard, singing; Smith Sisters of Elmore, tap dancing; John Clint of Elmore, cartoonist; Marvin Persig of Elmore. Hill Billy songs; Miller Sisters of Lakota, singing:. The winners of the last contest held were: first prize, Hayseed Trio of Elmore; second, John Jorgenson of Ledyard; third, Clarice Thompson of Elmore. 2 Lakota Families Took Northern Trip Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Art Ogren and Mrs.. Charles Winter left on Thursday for Altken, Minn., to vlg- it a niece and husband, the Rev. and Mrs. John Benson. A cousin, Mrs. Ida Holm, Los Angeles, Calif., who was ris-l'ng there, accompanied them to Lakota Saturday for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis. Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, of Dubuque drove to Lake of the Woods, Minn., last Friday to visit the women's brother and family, the Arthur Sandens. Boy Very 111 Titonka:. Sigwell Wood, youngest son of Mrs. Lilly Wood, who has been critically ill following a ton- sllectomy was brought home Monday from a hospital in Algona. Sigwell will not be able to start school 'or some time yet. School began In a number of schools in Hebron township Monday. Pictures Shown Of Western Trip To Lakota Club Lakota: Mrs. O. J. Rlppentrop assisted by Mesdames C. O. Peterson, Charles Winter and Albert McCarthy entertained Ledyard township Farm Bureau women Friday at the home of Mrs. Rippentrop and a good crowd attended. After the business meeting, Mrs. Frerklng entertained the group with a report of her recent western trip and showed pictures taken while there. ftosenau Operated On Albert Rosenau, north of town, underwent an operation at a Fort Dodge hospital last week Wednesday. He has not been well for several months and has spent some time at the hospital. Mrs. Samuel Warburton was on the sick list last week. The Rev. and Mrs. Nelson attended a district church meeting nt Algona Monday. The Methodist Sunday School baord met at the Charles Eggerths last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Mrs. Delia Smith drove to West Bend Sunday to see the grotto. Mrs. Hutchlnson, who has been with the Rev. H. Nelsons for the past ten weeks, left for Spirit Lake a week ago. Messrs. E. R. Worley, Alton Anderson, E. J. Woodworth and Bob Hamilton were Forest City visitors Sunday afternoon. Ray South drove to Two Harbors, Minn., Friday for a visit with his family who are there taking treatments for hay fever. Raymond Patterson and Gerald- Ine Shaver, Sioux City, spent the week end with Raymond's family, the Henry Pattersons. The Jerry Heetlands entertaln- the Charles Winters. Russell Winters and Raymond Winters at n chicken dinner, Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Keister and daughter, Joan, Mason City, nnd Mrs. F. C. Kcister, Elmore, Minn., spent Monday with Mrs. Harry Mussman. The Dr. Robert Brown family, New York, who have spent the summer in northern Minnesota, came on Sunday and the I. E. Wortmans accompanied them to Webster City where they all visited relatives. The women are sisters. Mrs. Henry Polindcr, daughters Frances. Mnbel and Ruth and son, Lloyd, Onamia, Minn., visited at the Charles Eggerths early last week, later going to Renwick to visit other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Amos South and family visited the Eg- gerths later In the week. They were on their way home to Chicago from a western trip. The South* are cousins of the Eggerths. f&ktfuTtear SUPER-COACH Chicago, Omarn, Salt Lake City, California Interstate Bun Depot, Hotel AI K ona, 104 South Thorington Phono 2B2 niTERSTRTETRnnsiT tines JOHN BROXMEYER Factory Representative of the Storrs - Schaefer Co., Tailors of Fine Clothes for Men, will be at our s'ore one day only Saturday, September 11 Mr. Broxmeyer is experienced and capable in made- to-measure clothing fitting and we can assure you satisfaction. 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