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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 16,1937 , North East • Kossuth MS0MIL TEAKS DIVIDE 2 CAKES HB Win At Titonka, But Lose to Indians Under Lights Titonka: The Bancroft Lions and the Titonka Indians met on the local grounds here Sunday afternoon, and Titonka was badly defeated by the visiting team. A return game WSUB played at Algona, Sunday evening, under the lights, the Indians defeating the Lions to the same tune. Mr*. Pannkuk, 74 Mrs. Ben Pannkuk celebrated her 74th birthday Sunday and five of their children with their families called during the day. , Mrs. Pannkuk has been ill since before Christmas, recovering somewhat In the late spring, when while about the house, her hand was Injured severely in the wringer of the washing machine, and it required many stitches and many days in the hospital, but again Mrs. Pannkuk made the big fight, and came home, and only last week was taken ill, and had to fight threatening pneumonia. However, at this writing, she is recovering nicely, and though she weighs but 90 pounds, is energetic and ready again to fight for life If need be. Will Build New Home Albert Missal is busy tearing down the line fences around the Page Boy, 10, Breaks Wrist, Lakota Lakota: When the recem bell rang, last Friday morning, 10- year old Paul Blrrstedt gave a big Jump. Bat in Jumping from a swing on the school grounds, he missed his footing, and fell, breaking his wrist Dr. Williams set Hie fracture, Paul Is a *on of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blerstedt of here. lot sold to W. Asche, located between the Denton and Sartor homes. Early Monday Mr. Asche was making preparations to start the erection of his new home. This makes three new homes being erected within the distance of a block, all by retired farmers. Mrs. Welp Funeral A very large crowd attended the Funeral services Saturday of Mrs. Dick Welp which were held from :he farm home and the Lutheran church. The many relatives from a distance returned to their home on Sunday and Monday. enjoyed by members attending. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Wm. Batt on Sept. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pannkuk of lamer visited with their many relatives and friends here Sunday aft- rnoon. \ The Lafalot birthday club met Sunday evening at the Sartor home with Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher as hostess. An evening of merriment ollowed by a delicious lunch was The next meet • ns a phone-tin, and wil d an experienced man. Gnari t. Reliable one-time repair service makes. KOSSUTH RA0IO ft ELECT ' Milton Dahl In Pratt Elect Store LIBEIAL ALLOWANCE ON TOUR OLD SET for Beit Remit* Uie ZENITH Tab** The Builder Bon't take- life too Mrtouely. You will •ever get out' of It alive. Hardwood floors will beautify the home for years to ••me. Makes floors eaeier to clean. Make this your first •tep In modernizing. A civilized country is where people kill the birds, then •pend millions to fight the insect*. Hardwood floors. We have served suany in this community on that important work. We fjlve prompt service. She bad just accepted bis proposal. "What size ring do MU wear?" be ask"Oh, about Isarate!" two We got excited when somebody told UH they were selling 13 2-cent stamps at the poBtoffice for a cent and a quarter. But it's a fact. One cent and one quarter. An Algona man has been fined for having bis car overhauled. It was overhauled by a traffic cop. One lady reports that her husband's average income U about 1 a. m. You heavyweights would feel better If you put the car In the garage and walked to work. Modernise! It on be done at less cost than you think. Talk with us. Our architect i« at your service. By day or contract —we offer you ft building service that in experienced and reliable. Most family trees HEBRON COUPLE WEDSATURDAY Alvin Hunter of Stevens Lillie Nelson Spoke Vows at ELmore Hebron: Alvin Hunter and LilH Nelson, youngest daughter of Mrs Gust Nelson, were married Sepl 11 by Rev. Kitzman of Elm ore Minn., at the parsonage. Attendants were Albln Nelson brother of the bride, and Helen Christ of Lakota. Mr. Hunter I employed at the Stevens store. They will make their home with Mrs. Nel son. After the ceremony a supper was served to about 20 guests. New Crib, New Barn Carl Anderson is having a new corn crib built on his farm. Ola Fjetland Is also getting a new barn built. need a little ing. p run- Why wait longer to build? This la the Ideal time. May we call at your home to talk the matter over? Phone 256. If you're thinking of doing some re- modeliiig, we'll bet there isn't anything that would be appreciated as much as a basement floor. We'll deliver the cement for it. Infant Baptized Mr. and Mrs. Hervie Thompson lad their baby baptized last Sunday at the Elmore church. He received the name Ronald Dean. The ponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John 3rew of Swen City and Mr. ant Mrs. Adrian Hauskin. After ser- ices about 40 relatives enjoyed a ticnic dinner at the Elmore park. Mrs. Hannah Thompson is having a new corn crib built on her farm where she lives. Mr. and Mrs. Mons Monson at- ended the Kossuth county fair at Algona lost Wednesday. Oscar Legrled and sons were Sun- lay dinner guests of his sister, Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher nd son of Crystal Lake spent Sun- lay at the Olin Larson home. Mrs. Gust Nelson stayed with he children of the Adrian Hauskins while they attended the Minnesota tate fair. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin at- ended the Minnesota statq fair on "'hursday. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Stensland of Roland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sandim spent Sunday afternoon with ifrs. Beatrice Osland. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje am amlly enjoyed a visit from Clyde Olson and family, relatives of heirs from Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson re- urned home Tuesday from the Twin Cities, where they had at- ended the Minnesota state fair. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale attended a •bower in honor of - ister-in-Iaw, Mrs. Burnild Legrlec t her former home in Thompson ast Tuesday afternoon. TITONKA NEWS BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. JIM FOOL, Manager 256 ALGONA, IOWA FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 BOOMS FROM 1 Under new management this 18-story fireproof building is being completely remodeled and refurnished . . . Every convenience, including running lea water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest prices. • U SALLC & WMBURCN STREETS LA SALLC STREET STATION CHICAGO Mrs. George Higgins is in DCS Moincs where she la near her husband who Is a patient at the Veterans' hospital. The American Legion Auxiliary held a food and bake sale Saturday, which funds will be used in community projects. Vincent Helfner and children of near Woden spent Saturday night visiting his mother, Mrs. Emma Helfner and shopping. John Buns of Woden was a pleasant business caller here Monday morning. John formerly ran a meat market here before moving to Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Art Buckholtz and children moved from the country into the Krull cottage vacated by the Wangling family, and located on the Krull homestead lots. Mr. and Mrs. Nela Benjamin, sons Frederick and Gene, daughter Ar- tilth Ann of Ottosen and James Winter of Gilmore City were Sunday gueats ut the W. J. Denton home. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Elliott and three children of Brandon, Iowa, were Titonka visitors one day the past week, renewing acquaintances with old friends, relatives and neighbors. Mrs. Elliott will be remembered as Henrietta Severlens. Jimmie and Juliette, twin son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchurd, celebrated their second birthday, Monday, Sept. 13th, and the relatives gathered to help them in the afternoon and evening. Many lovely gifts were receivipH by the puir. Dr. and Mrs. Sartor entertained many relatives from Chicago last week, who were vacationing and en- route home. During the first 6f the week Dr. Sartor visited with his relatives and with his two daughters.. Mercedes und Alice in Chicago. Supt. C. A. Hoon and Druggist Denton returned lute Sunday evening from Hush Lake, Minn., where they spent a couple of days iishiiiK and recreating, returning home with a good catch and feeling well recompensed for their trip und time. Mr. and Mrs. Craven drove to Ames Friday evening remaining over night viaiting with their daughters. Gladys and Beryl Boggess, and granddaughter, Caralou. Saturduy evening they returned home bringing the girls with them to spend several days visiting at home. Gladys is bookkeeper und accountant for the Ames Creamery Co., and Beryl keeps house for the trio, who occupy u furnished apartment. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs accompanied by several ladies, drove to Blue Earth. Minn., one day the past week to visit with Mrs. Mayme Wentz. aud report that Mrs. Wentz had just returned from Rochester, where she had a final check up, and Rochester reported Mrs. Wentz entirely recovered. Her many friends in thin community will be greatly pleased. Mrs. Went* is a registervd nurw and for many y«ar» MuUaUd in sickness in many homes here. Full News Page For Three Years Each week for the pant three years The Algona Upper Des Molnes has devoted a full page to Northeast Komuth news, with correspondent* from Lakota, Ledyard, Titonka, Hebron Twp. and Grant sending In news items. Our desire is to offer Northeast Kossnth a full page of news every week, all Its own. Items from this section of the county, and advertising, too, is welcomed, and will be placed on this page when received. This newspaper will appreciate suggestions for the betterment of this special page from residents of Northeast Kossuth at any time. Enjoy Program At Ledyard Twp. Farm Bureau Meeting, Fri. Lakota: The Ledyard township general farm bureau meeting was held at the Charles Eggerths, on Friday evening with a good crowd out to hear the following program. Mrs. Frerking gave a talk on points of interest on a recent western trip. Wayne and Wanda Heetland sang. J. H. Holcomb gave a talk on topes of Interest to farmers and the new home demonstration agent, Lucile Pepoon, spoke. The next meet- ng will be at the Raymond Winters Oct. 8th. Mrs. Orln Johnson's oldest daughter left last week for Joyce, Iowa, where she Is teaching. The F. G. Torines visited at the Samuel Warburtons Sunday. Mrs. Warburton has been in bed for 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ogren took Wrs. Ida Holm who has been vislt- ng here, to Ogden Sunday, where she met friends and started for ler home in California early In the week. • Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves and ittle daughter came home on Saturday from a week's vacation at Albert Lea and Shell Rock, where hey visited relatives. Clyde is assistant at the creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw re- urned Sunday from a week's vaca- ion spent with relatives at Mason City. Mrs. Emory Smith was supply at the telephone exchange dur- ng Mrs. Renshaw's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Fedge left for Sagle Grove Monday where they will make their home. Mr. Ftdge has been telephone lineman for this vicinity for several years and will have the same position at Sagle Grove. A man from Algona will look after the work here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boyenga, Ackley, cousins of the "Henry Patter- last Thursday night sons, spent with them. Other relatives, the John Smiths and Rose and Theodore Dorcnbush and the John Alberts, Swea City, spent the evening with them at the Pattersons. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stenzel Sunday morn- ng. They have a two-year-old son. Mrs. A. Q. Smith resigned her osition in the Schroeder cafe and went to the Frank Lewis home on Saturday, where she will keep louse while the daughter, Fern ewls. attends college. Homer and Carmen Eggerth, Spokane, Wash., cousins of Charles Iggerth, arrived Friday for a short Isit with the Eggerths, then went o Renwick to visit. They are super- islng the building of a new 30 by 0 foot barn on their farm occu- ied by the Charles Eggerths. Geo. Sdwards and son will build the am. John Young and daughter, Lela, rentiss, Wis., were vistiors at the amuel Warburtons Saturday eve- ing. They were on their way to >ake City to attend the funeral of Irs. Young's mother, Mrs. Baden. >frs. Young went to Lake City a eek before her mother's death. The Youngs are former residents of he Swea City vicinity. The Senior Christian Endeavor ntertained the Presbyterian young eople at the church Friday eve- ing in honor of the young people ho are leaving for college this week. The Bocial activities took the form of the " Little Red Schoolhouse" and among other games they played school with Gertrude Wortman as teacher. They chose partners for supper and each couple was given a lunch pail containing lunch for two. NEXT TO LAST AMATEUR CONTEST Ledynrd: The next to the last amateur contest was held Saturday night and next Saturday the final contest will be held. All thosr appearing on this program were winners of a previous contest. Those taking part were: The Hayseed trio of Elmore, Maynard Burkow of Bricelyn, Stella Mae Frye of Ledyard, Joe and Henry of Elmore, Arthur Grlese of Lakota, Miller Sisters of Lakotn, John Jorgenson of Ledyard, Ccc and Val of Algona. Mrs. Duane Clayton Is at Pocahontas visiting her parents. The L. C. Strand family attended the Minnesota state fair last Thursday. Earl and Beaumont Waters spent the week end at their home In Lohrville. Betty Matzener spent last week in Minneapolis and attended the state fair. L. A. Nitz and C. Smith drove to South Dakota over the week end to buy cattle. Dorothy Stubbe, who works in Algona spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Henry Gray. Martin Becker of near Lakota started working at the N. A. Pingle home last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zlelske and Mrs. L. A. Nitz visited Sunday at the Robert Weiler home. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hilferty visited at West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle spent Sunday afternoon at the Jess O'Keefe home in Grant Center. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orville visited at the Rev. Harvey home in Swen City. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingle drove to Mason City, Sunday to visit at the home of Mrs. Pingle's moth- Josephine Wiedmeicr left Sunday for Carroll to attend the funeral of the husband of her niece, A. H. Baumhove. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller and daughter were Sunday guests at the Arthur Krammesmeier home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Perslb of Blue Earth spent Sunday at the parental Bauman home. Mrs. Charles Hilferty and Mrs. Glenn Burrows were in Swea City last Wednesday. Mrs. Burrows was having dental work done. George Haggc and Alice, and Helen O'Dcll attended a birthday surprise on Mrs. Edward Hagge at Buffalo Center Sunday evening. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford and Mrs. Laura Nleater of Eagle Grove visited from Friday to Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Harriett Matzener. Charles Stcbbins of Pocahontas is visiting at the Jule Seifert home. Mr. Seifert is still very ill and under the doctor's care. Mr. Stebbins Is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Seifert. Mrs. Harriett Matzener, Mrs. Jenks and Clifford and Mrs. Niest- cr were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Recce home. Clifford is still selling valve reseaters in the east and expects to go back to Pa. Thursday. Geo. Thompsons At Carrier Picnic Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. George Thqmpson and Duane and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald attended a picnic of the eighth district Rural Better Carriers and postmasters at the Dolllver State Park at Fort Dodge Sunday. John Suthers the state president, was present and reports of both the state and national conventions were given. Mr. Thompson is district secretary and treasurer. Lakota Woman Is Guest At Farewell Lukotu: Mesdames Earl Grabau, Curl Gerzemu, Cyrus Renshaw, R. L. Williams and Alton Anderson entertained at bridge at the Grabaus Friday evening at a farewell party for Mrs. Arch Fedge. Twenty-four women were presented with u linen table cloth and 12 napkins to match us u parting gift. Loses Straw Stack Hebron: This neighborhood hud a little excitement, last Monday, when Selmer Muthison was burn- ng some weeds. In some manner the wind blew sparks on his straw stack, and set it alire. The department from Rake was called Constipated 30 Years Now Eats, Sleeps Fine "For thirty yaers I lia<1 stubborn At Bancroft Shower Titonka: Many of our people attended the shower at Bancroft honoring Miss Tillie Lung, who will be married Sept. 15th to John Stott. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stott of this place. The newlyweds will occupy the Lester Cullies property recently vacated by the Maurice Hanson family. The house is undergoing improvements, and being papered and painted. -Sufferers oi STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK JIBS WIIXABD TREATMENT bsi dfifinltB relief to jof •»« due to A. H. BOMCHABUT cor.Ml|>utl'ni. Sunikllinca 1 ( ]|,| not BO { ji- fuur in- live duys. 1 nlsu liu.l uwfnl (JAS I'loallnK. lii'uiluiilics and paius in Hie Luck. AlJl.KlllKA IIL-IIJ- «1 nulit uuy. Now I tat aaubufu bttiiiiuuN. pit-, anything I want und never felt butter. 1 aluep sound nil night and ciijuy life." — Mrs. Mabel Sk'liolt. A1)I,KIUKA cleans uut pulKui.H wiieru ordinary laxatives ilu nut even reaeh. Quick, thorough , yet b-entle and safe. Never actio l.usby. ^DO you WANT] HEAT UPHERE.OR-I Students Leave For School At Lakota I Lakota: Among young people leaving for college this week nre: Meriam Heetland, Fern Lewis, Norman Frerking, Harold Geerdcs, Tabe and Hulvia Louts to Pu- huque University; Lyle Patterson. Dale Hamnquist and Robert Hamilton to Upper Iowa University and William Powers to Columbia College at Dtibuque. Betty Ley will leave Inter this month for Grinnell College. WATER WHEN THEY WANT IT ill Join the Parade of Homemaker* 8opt. 27, 27, 29 In the New Cull Theatre. Triton given rwli day. Can Farmers in This Community Beat This Record? 27 farmers in seven typical mldwestern farm communities saved 4,620 miles of traveling in one month by using their telephone. Afonly 2Vz cents a mile, the saving in driving expense alone amounts to $115 for these farmers in one month —or an average of more than $4.25 each. • • • Their records prove again that the telephone more than pays its way on the farm for business alone . . . and in case of fire, thieves or sickness, one call may be worth more than service costs for a lifetime. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY WITH CONCRETE TANKS md TROUGHS Concrete tanks and watering troughs are a big help on any farm — yet they cost little. No leaking, rusting or rotting; no patching; easy to keep clean; will last for generations. Our booklet "Concrete Tanks, Troughs and Cit- terns" shows how to build water tanks, milk cooling tanks, storage tanks, well curbs and spring linings. Send for your free copy. You can do the work yourself. Or ask your cement dealer to recommend a good concrete contractor. list on postal and mail for literature on other subjects you can build best with concrete. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell Bldg., Dei Molnct, Iowa D "Concrete Tanks, Trough* and Cisterns" D Concrete Improvements around the home D Dairy Barn Floors D Hog Hou*e« n Granaries O Foundations O Fence Posts D Silo« D Tanks, Troughs n Feeding Floors D Firesafe Homes C] Concrete Making. Want Ads Bring You Quick Results You'll Save TIME art MORE OF THE CROP With This HEW 2-Row Con Picker-Hosker I— Fully Adjuttoblt Tractor Hitch for all standard and general purpose tractors. 2— Floating GatbtringSboei, adjustable vertically to nine positions. Outer shoes also adjustable horizontally. Bodi outer and inner sheet -float in all post- OOM. 5—Tbree Low Gathering Chain* Per Row, located to reduce ear loss to a minimum. 4— New Typ« Roller Stalk Remover disposes of stalks sheared off by the Snapping RoHs, prevents clogging the Husking Box, and keeps sulks husking efficiency. 6-Big Capacity Husking Box Pan, Clears Huslung Rolls and lifts trash from slotted shelled corn retriever. A great trouble saver! 1— Wagon Elevator Turntable for passage through gates. 8— TUBULAR BACKBONE with all important supports welded. Extra Strong and Sturdy. 9— Air Tiret assure Light Draft. Come in aud let ns tell you all about this new CORN MASTER! OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Klassie Motor Co. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lows HARRINGTON A LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA J. I* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QITARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldf, Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone Ml E. J. Van Ness O. W. Stlllraaa VAN NESS A 8TILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kellj SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 68 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-310 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 I'. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldf. Office Phone 460-J Res. 818 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. B. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'.MAHON A LIN NAN Algonn, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Koaauth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW I (County Attorney) Office over Qumby Building PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS 3. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rist over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 834 ALQONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. MKLVIN a. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 1M OSTEOPATHS DR. 8. W. MEYER Oxteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Chrlsfensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. G NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 188 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. W. WALRATH, D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona. Iowa HARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg 'hone 44 R ea . Phone lid REAL ESTATE MCRTAGH A SON ' REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. phone 106 VETERINARIANS DIRECTED HEAT wn-HTHt HEAT DIRECTOR [tMtm THIM C ME in and let us show you this marvelous leating stove. It gives just the heat you need, and patented adjustable shutters direct the heat WHERE you need it. Burns fuel oil. Several *izej and styles, for homes, schools, churches, office* and shops. Easy terms, if desired. Kohlhaas & Spilles A FOX & WINKEL Dr. I. W. Ft-s Dr. J. 3. Wink.1 Office 220 West State Street Office 1'hone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper V\'u have just received a large shipment of rtitm package* tOoO sheets i whkh sell for 7C< for 500 I C/i, sheets This is a good grade bond paper unJ will make an excellent school paper The Algooa Upper Des Moioes lowu Algoua Upper Des Moiues office for partiuelara

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