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Thfc Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 14,1937 WKittemore Folk* Hdhor Mrs. Ru*ch, On 70th Birthday Whittemore: The following gain- em at the home of Mr. and Mrs Win. Ruach, St., to help Mrs. Ruseb celebrate her ?0th birthday: the Martin Meyer, Otto Ruhnke, Nick Gengler and Art Rusch families of ««*• Cj*! 11 ' Mr - an< * Mrs. Bill Meyer of Fenton, the Wm. Rusch, •WV the Wm. Lelnlnger and the H. R. Zumach families of here. Wew Bora Die* A boy, the ninth child, was born tg Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Thursday. The baby only lived a and a half. Pre-Nnptial Shower A piTe-nuptlftl shower was given at, the Academy hall Sunday for EBItabeth Besch, who will be mar- rfed In the near future. Bridge and 4ve hundred were played. Mrs. •ftii Shepherd won high In five hundred. Mrs. H. E. Woodward won low la bridge and Mrs. L. W. Swana*n won high. A delicious lunch »aa served and the bride-to-be received many beautiful and useful tffte. Mrs. Frank Kuhn of Rodman died Friday evening at her home after a jl() months' illness. }• j Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig, Don- .ria Jean, Mary and Leland spent Aunday at the Geo. Alig home in Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Oeelan and ions, Jlmmie and Jack, spent Sunday with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schlltx at Port gtodge. j John Lelnbach, father of Mrs. H. 1 9, Oeelan, returned to Whittemore Saturday after a three weeks' visit with relatives at Howard, South Dakota. ; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moans of . Aere, accompanied by the latter 1 * parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Jergens and their son, Louis of West Bend, returned Monday evening from a week's visit with relatives sit Denver, Colo. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Albert Meyer home were Mrs. Albert Behnke of Excelsior Springs, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer and sons, Wm., Ernest and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Benry Lauck and family and Myrtle Barber of here, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son, Duane of Lotto Creek. The dinner was served In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mey- ert eighth Wedding anniversary. ! Gene Martini, Walter Zlnnell, Kussell Brady, Connie Doyle, B. A. Savage, Roy Elbert, Sylvester • Hayes, Roger Elbert, James Geelan ; and Wm. Rusch, Jr., attended a ? re school at Estherville, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Mr. . »nd Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Straw*** mad Mj. and Mrs. Walter Strwedter and family of here were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Meytt home at Garner. Mrs. ttdfo Meyer and Walter Stroecker w*» «i>ofi3orB for David, the yottnfct MM of Mr. and Mrs, Martin Meyer, who was baptized Sunday. Burt-Portland Women Convene In Extension Work Portland: A group of women met Tuesday with Mrs. Oarnle Hood for an all day meeting In connection with extension wotk for farm women. A lesson was given by Mrs. Jones, Ames, on Home Made Play Equipment. Patterns for toys and gifts, and also reading material was given each woman. This was a joint meeting with Burt township women and the next lesson is to be given at the home of Mrs. Kramer In Burt township, Nov. 9. A special menu will be served fof dinner. Dr. Lichter, Loretta Howie Betrothed Bancroft: The banns of matrimony were published at St. John's Catholic church for Magnus Lichter of Burt and Loretta Howie of Algona, Sunday. Auxiliary Meeting The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the home of Reglna Fangman, on Thursday night. Nearly all the members were present Mrs.'-MIke Droessler won the lucky prlxe. After the meeting bridge and five hundred were played. Mrs. Mike Droessler won high in bridge and Mrs. Charles Stauder won high in live hundred. A very dainty lunch was served by the hostesses, Miss Reglna Fangman and Mrs. John Brink. ' Floyd Mason of Omaha Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Eva Mason. Mrs. Florian Hellman returned Thursday from Fairmont where she underwent an appendectomy some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Scholtes and son Dennis and daughter Marilyn Jean spent the week end with relatives in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brink and family of Waterloo spent Sunday at the homes of Bernard Brink, Sr., and Mrs. J. H. Welp, Sr. Mrs. Mike Droessler, Mrs. Leo Finn and Mrs. Chas. Stauder attended the county Auxiliary meeting at Lone Rock Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Whalen of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen of Joplln, Mo., and Mrs. Andy McGutre of Prlmghar visited with friends and relatives In Bancroft Monday. Early Ko»*uth Couple Wed 45 Years, October 3 LI verm ore: The 46th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson was celebrated Sunday, Oct 3. No special arrangement was made for the occasion. Phillip Wilson, a son who lives at Hardy, came rith his wife and son and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson accompanied them to Algona, • where the group enjoyed Sunday dinner. On October 3, 1892, Maude and Archie Wilson were married at the Saptlst church in Humboldt by the lev. Moxle. They moved to a farm tear Burt where the groom was 'arming, but moved within a year ;o Rolfe vicinity, where they engaged in farming for four years. They moved to Llvermore and Mr. Wilson bought a meat market, ind has operated a shop here dur- Jie past 38 years. Eight children were born, all of whom are living, which include Mrs. Maude Foster, Sioux City; Robert, Milwaukee; Mrs. Merle Fletcher, Broken Bow, Neb.; Phillip, Hardy; Ray and Lee, Livermore, and Mrs. Violet Montagne and Mrs. Viola Matthews, both of Sioux aty, (twins). * There are fourteen grandchildren ind one very, remarkable thing In this family, there, have been no deaths In the Immediate family. When Better Buys sed Gars - ff *.** lk ^iff^t. •>' i. • Can Be Offered Maxwell Motors Will Do It SPECIALS Red Hot Buys For This Week These Axe A Few—We Have Others Two '31 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDANS ti wire wheels and 6 good tires, heater, trunk 1935 PLYMOUTH DELUXE TUDOR Built in trunk, with 28,000 miles. See owner 1934 PLYMOUTH FORDOR, Special Kan-Keen trunk, 18,000 miles. See owner. 1934 FORD V-8 TUDOR, $295.00 A dandy, with trunk. 1936 OLDS TUDOR, like new 1930 CHEVROLET COUPE, $110 1929 STD. BUICK COUPE, $UK> 1930 FORD TUDOR, GOOD SHAPE 1937 CHRYSLER ROYAL SEDAN With radio, heater, new car guarantee. Our 1938 Plymouths Are Here And The Used Cars Have To Go ! Maxwell Motors Corner State and Jones Rally Day Held Sunday, Lakota Lakota: Rally day was observed at the Presbyterian church, Sunday morning with a program put on by the juniors and a sermon for the children by the Rev. Frerklng. The Christian Endeavor young people attended a district C. E. convention at Estherville In the afternoon and evening and many from the congre gallon attended services at the Ramsey Reform church where dedication services were held morning, afternoon and evening with the pastor, the Rev. Schnucker, in charge. FROM THE 23 New Readers, 90 Renewals For Paper .Last Month The following subscriptions and renewals have been received by this newspaper during the past four weeks. New Subscriber* H. S. Beatty, Algona. . John Weydert, Algona, Rt. 1. Homer Anderson, Algona. Ed Bruhn, Whittemore. Erwln Sicma, Whittemore. Wm. Monarch, Whittemore. H. W. Schultz. Whittemore. F. C. Bruhn, Whittemore. Chas. G. Kollasch, Whittemore. Mrs. R. B. Saundcrs, Britt. Effo Johnson, Lakota. Chas. Cretzmeyer, Cambridge, Mass. C. Ij. Ingersoll, Algona. Theo. Baas. Storden, Minn. Carl Humphrey, Algona, Rt. 1. Henry Anderson, Titonka. John Hargreaves, Iowa Falls. Mel Miner, Algona. Rose Stebritz, Algona. Bill Eaton, Algona. Herb Potter, Algona. Emll Blermtedt, Fenton. Renewal Subset IUGIS . : "Jotaftfilfaa, Bricelyn, Mnn • " Peter Ehler, Swea City. Oscar Norman, Algona. Paul Hamtll, Mason City. William Rich, Burt. W. E. Stoeber, Fenton. A. C. Bierstedt, Lakota. Elso Jansen. Lakota. D. O. Frlets, Lakota. Fred Schroeder, Lakota. Mrs. Minnie Strobel, Lakota. Dr. H. H. Murray, Lakota. , August Bauman, Lakota. Henry Geerdes, Lakota. Leonard Christ, Lakota. Geo. Strobel, Lakota. W. E. Ley, Lakota. Hugo Melz, Buffalo Center. Mrs. Beatrice Osland, Buffalo Center. L. E. Bosma, Buffalo Center. John Haas, Elmore. E. A. Miller, Elmore. C. O. Halverson, Elmore. Claus Daniels, Lakota. Wm. Leslie, Lakota. L. A. Meyer, Lakota. George Heetland, Lakota. Walter J. Schiltz, Swea City. Andrew N. Anderson, Swea City. Fred nutterfield, Swea City. Louis Appelt, Swea City. Higbcrt Olson, Swea City. E. J. Heidenwith, Swea City. Fred Behnke, Maywood, Calif. Leo L. Ludwlg, Corwith. Dr. Walter Fraser, Algona. F. H. Jennings, Burt. Mrs. John Dreesman, Algona. Carl M. P. Mortensen, Fenton. L. J. DeGraw, Algona. S. E. Straley, Fenton. Geo. Borman, Bode. Leo Thilges, Bode. W. E. Gutknecht, Lakota. A. F. Steinberg, Lakota. Olson Bros., Lakota. Albert L. Koppen, Lakota. John Wessels, Jr., Buffalo Center. G. D. Wclhousen, Titonka. Aug. Klinsiek. Lakota. J. B. Sholtes, Lakota. Wm. Turley, Lakota. S. Powers, Lakota, A. C. Klocke, Lakota. C. O. Peterson, Lakota. Peterson Bros., Lakota. L. M. Reisem, Lakota. Wm. Wirtjes, Lakota. Rinerd Johnson, Lakota. Jerry Heetland, Lakota. Will Baumann, Lakota. J. O. Coder, Lakota. Paul Hertzke, Lakota. Nick Koppen, Lakota. Walter Hans, Lakota. Fred Ubben, Lakota. Albert Slmmonu, Lakota. Dick Murra. Buffalo Center. Lambert Hippen, Sr., Buffalo Center. Harm Rlsius, Buffalo Center. John Alberts, Buffalo Center. Henry Meinders. Buffalo Center. Theo. WeUbrod, Fcnton. Michel Wiltgen, Bode. Wm. Thilges, Bode. Ralph Bartlctt. Whiltemore. Fred MeWhorter, Whittemoru. Richard Potratz, Algona, Rt 2. John Moabath, WhiUemore. R. H. Ostwald, Whittemore. * Henry Ostwald, Whittemore. Louis Wehrapann, Whittemore. H W. Winkle, Algona. F. E. Slagie. Fenton. M. T. McGuire. Bode, Math Krebsbach, Whittemore. A. D. Brogan, Whittemore. a J. Hayes, Wbittemore. Ur*. G«o. Wilaon, Algona. TWENTY YEARS AGO Algona WM to give the t«te«tod army men a great farewell recep- lon, when the second contingent of 78 men were to meet in Algona and take the train for Camp Dodge n Des Moines. A drill by the famous Swea City Rifle Club was to be held In the morning followed by » dinner at the high school build- ng at 11:30. After the banquet the >oys were to be escorted to the Northwestern train. All of the irass bands of the county had been nvlted to be present for the occa- ion. * * • It wan a happy wedding party that gathered at the home of Mr. ind Mrs. J. W. Shearer to witness the marriage of their daughter, Catherine to Harold Gllmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gllmore. Only he immediate relatives of the bride and groom were at the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. F. C. Taylor. * * • Mm. John M. Vlnson who was icrrlbly burned by an explosion of gasoline at the Methodist church during a meeting of the Ladles' Aid Society, had passed away at the Algona hospital. Cowan A Herman, the building contractors, had begun work excavating for the new brick block for L. J. Dickinson and Alfred Matson on North Dodge street, where the old feed barn had been located. The new building was to cost approximately $15,000. The formal opening of Uie big Qulnby & Krause dry goods and department store was to be held during the following week. AH of .he people of the county had been Invited to call and Inspect the splendid new store and the great fash- Ion exhibit. An orchestra was to enliven the occasion. * * * P. P. ZcffMs Had fteMi Up at Tt- tonka looking after the fencing on the big Rlce-Zerfass farm In Buffalo township. * * * • ' ""• Al Falkenhainer had left for Cleveland, Ohio, where he was to attend a meeting of the National Druggists Association for a week. * • « Hugh Herman, one of the leading Union township farmers, had been having a bad time with boils or carbuncles on his neck. County Attorney 8. D. Quurton had attended a meeting of County Attorneys and sheriffs and mayors of Iowa held at Des Moines, called by Governor Harding. The county officials had been told that all cases of disloyalty would be dealt with severely and that It was to be, up/to the officials to sec that their communities were kept free from all disloyal talk. Grinncll College was to have a good representation of Algona students. Leon Stock had been a student there for several years, and .here was also to be Mclzar, Chest- 1 er and Helen Falkenhainer, Scott Fraser, Marion Rlst and Frances Malone. Henry Setter of the St. Benedict community, had suffered a considerable loea when his big barn bad •form and DM burned"I5T'The' ground. The place had been occupied by George Aman, who had succeeded in getting out his horses, but ind lost a large amount of good hay in the mow. Mr. Seller had had the barn insured for $800 which was about half of what it had been worth. • * • Lee Nugent hud left for Iowa City where he was to finish his course n the dental department. TEN YEARS AGO The state board of health had re- lorted a number of cases of in fan- lie paralysis In several Iowa coun- ties. One authority reported that the disease might be due to the fact that the children had been eating peaches that .had not been properly washed. • * • Local chapter of the Associated Master Barbers of America had met at the Shtlts Brothers' barber shop. While there the members had ehbs- en A. M. Peterson of Titonka as a delegate to the state convention with H. L. Simmons, Jr., of Bnn- croft as alternate. • * * Over SO Algona. boy* and girl*, who had completed their high school course, had left to take up their studies in college. Iowa City led with 20, and the Iowa State Teachers' College had been second with eleven. • * * September had broken all records for heat during the first 12 days of the month. The weather bureau had been established for about 60 years, the Algona bureau being among the first and no past record had compared with that of the then present month. Temperature had been 90 degrees and over. • • » People from all over the United States had been in attendance at the Kossuth County Fair, the biggest county fair In the world. Cars had been seen at the fair grounds with numbers from the following states: Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, California, Washington, Colorado, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Missouri. • • • Several gamblers and an assorted collection of drunks and bootleggers had been cleaned up In a big raid at the county fair grounds. They had all been given a hearing In the justice court. • • • The new retildenoe under construction . by Dr. L. G. Baker. on East McGregor street and T. P. Harrington on North Thorlngton had the frame work up and were to add much to the fine appearance of these streets when completed. • * * Margaret Mlddleton of Eagle Grove had been visiting at the home of her cousin, Mary Janice Rice. • • • Helen Murtagh, who wa» teaching in Belmond, had spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. • • * T. P. Harrington and son, Robert, had driven to Emmetsburg on business. While there Robert had taken a swim in Medium Lake. » • • Frances Zcndcr and Sarah Doran. daughter of Mrs. Joe Zittritsch, had left for Cherokee, where they were to enter the St. Mary's school. Miss Zender was enrolled «s a sophomore and Miss Doran ns a freshman. Many Relatives At Householder Rites Lone Rock: Mr. nnd Mrs. Orn Hurlburt and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit drove to Ames last week, meeting Mrs. W. B. Woshburn find Mrs. Henry Rudolph and son, Howard, Denver, Colo. They arc mother and sister of Mrs. Frank Householder. Other out of town people here for the funeral of James Householder were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bohr and dnvighter, Ncvndn. Mrs. Ralph Riedcl, Kcnton, Mr. find Mrs. W. L. Barker and Mrs. Kdwin Allen, Swea City. Lotts Creek News Friday evening visitors At the Aug. r.n-io home In West Bend. sTOCKjoocroooooooxsooooooo'o- Mr. and Mrs. HUKO Knulstirh we: 1 " rrt-cntly. Sunday evening supper guests at the Edwin Lieb home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Rndig were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Wm. Fucrstennu home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Jackman and family were Sunday dinner guests nt the Leonard Oulkshank home in Algona. Mr. nnd Mrs. HIIRO Fnulstlch and Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Lieb were crioo ,were, visitors at Ruhnlte and Robert Schmidt ™"™* Ray Is a brother Of w "3™i row Bladow, who Is working tor Bill Buss. . Those helping Martin Meyer eel- ebrnte his birthday Sunday ****• Ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch, Sr., Mf. and Mrs! Wm. Rtfsch, Jr.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Schumacher of Whittomorft, Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Uuhnkc nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. NlrU Gcngler. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Whi. Lclnihger. Seneca Class Play 2 Days Next Week Seneca: Don't forget the Seneca junior class play entitled "Henry Tells the Truth", to be presented in the Seneca gymnasium Thursday and Friday evenings, Oct. 14th nnd 15th. The piny tells the story of Louise Albright, who has been engaged three times and loses her prospective husband ench time just before the mnrringe ceremony can be performed. Mrs. Coyle Host To Ottosen Ladies Otloscn: The I.H !'.>>.' Kiirnl dub met at the home of Mrs. Mike Coyle Thursday afternoon. Seventeen members answered roll call with Bible passages. A talk on Religion was given by Rev. Hancock. Mr?. Joe LJetl was assistant hostess. The guests were Mrs. Harold Wilson and Mrs. Frank Jolllffe of Humboldt. Miss Erna Madson and brother, Albert Eagle Grove, were over- Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood and Martha Madson at Good Hope parsonage. Look At This Beauty and Cheer from thi.. £&]&# OUT Newest Fall Arrival... HJack ... ribbed bcnplii* on Suede Y» ''' make* thl» "really different" •]•• 'Imt tldc-itreo! Se< ill KRESENSKY'S ing economics in the Hnyfleld schools, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. T Chubb. • • • The young people of the Methodist church were to hold an ice cream social on the hospital lawn on State street .Home made cake was to be served with the lee cream. • • •' • - ' ^Knito ABm*Mn, Alvena Miller and Mrs. D. E. Dewel spent a day visiting in Garner at the home of Maude Wenck. Miss Wcnck had been a former teacher AIXilONA GIRL BROADCASTS Miss Elennore Fraser, the talented daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser, who writes "Up and Down the Street" for the Saturday Shopper, was invited to WOI at Ames to give a broadcast last Friday and chose to talk about the movies of which she is particularly well informed. Many Algona friends listened In and were pleased with her talk. Time To Buy a Lamb's Wool Lined Coat $17.50 Goats for Cold Weather —for now. Tweeds, Silvertones, tine fleeces. Well tailored— crepe or satin lined, 12 to 20 and 38 to 44. Kresensky's Hardy Furs on Handsome All Occasion Coats! $35 Rich, sturdy Iwccos with a wealth of tlaltcry in hutrc fur collars . . . now slim linos. Fitted and swagger stylos. All arc interlined. Polar Wolf! Raccoon! Badger! Kresensku's J;i Misses Woman's Sizes A Tribute to the Qrocers »j this Community er Faith JUSTIFIED In the provision Held, Algona is cxtivmely fortunate. Approximately 12 grocery stores supply tin- needs of an exacting public — aloiitf the broad streets these stores display the finest products from the four corners of the world. Kos^uth county women know that they can safely rely »u the integrity of local grocers. We appreciate the fact that many of these grocers rely on us for printing requirements. Our modern printing department produces sales literature for them evcy working day in the year. Al/iONA, IOWA NOTE: This itt oue of a, s*-ri«t> of aUs devoted to Aljcauii iudu-ilry. A coin pletu lilu of Uietc i» lu.uluble to you absolutely fret.

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