The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1937 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 14,1937 North East * Kossuth Page NEW METHODIST MINISTER FILLS LEDYARD rWn Bev. Carl Hammer Comes From Bradgate, Preaches First Sermon Ledyard: The Rev. Carl Hammer and Mm. Hammer of Bradgate, the new Methodist minister filled the the pulpit Sunday for the first time. They expect to move to Lakota Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Nelson have been moved to LuVerne. The beet wishes of the entire community g» with them to their new charge. Mrs. H. M. Dyer and Glenn were in Algona Saturday shopping. Phyllis Torgerson was a Sunday guest at the John Miller home. It. A. Nitz attended the funeral of Everett O'Keefe at Lakota on Saturday. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. t>. B. Mayer were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krammes- melcr were Sunday guests at the Jim Lloyd home. Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Hotchkiss of Buffalo Center were calling on friends here Sunday. Ben Mayer and Ray Wentworth were on a fishing trip in Minnesota Saturday and Sunday. Dumont Walters and Reuben Green were In Algona Saturday get- MHg drivers' licenses. The John Manthels and Mrs. BMch were Sunday guests at the Warren Lloyd home. -JUST BRUSHED t>>(^\ \ FENDER.'" "^ X •MIX WV don't want yftu to imadi fender* in getting h*Ve, but we do like to see you and we know you'll find D-X all it should be. JOHNSON'S D-X Station Corner State and Moore LOSES4 FINGERS IN CORN PICKER Hugo Miller of Hebron Twp. Rushed to Mankato Hospital BEER THAT WASN'T DELIVERED—The above picture shows the still smoking remains of a truck and trailer which with a $1300 cargo of beer, rolled off a 15-foot grade and was badly smashed and burned. Both the driver and his relief, who was asleep at the time, escaped without injury. The accident occurred near Sheldon, Iowa, on Highway No. 33, taking the guardrail cable out whole and breaking several posts, besides plowing large furrows in the shoulder of the road. EVERETT O'KEEFE FUNERAL RITES HELD AT LAKOTA ON SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mortens visited Sunday at the George Johnson home In Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Stub Darnell of Superior visited Sunday at the Darnell and Busch homes. Dorothy Stubbe, Mrs. H. Guy, Mrs. Glenn Behse and Maxine were Lakota callers Saturday. Mrs. Faye Hethershaw of Fort Dodge visited last week at the home of her father, Wm. Wenzel. Mrs. Ben Gesch of Elmore visited last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare. Marjorie Matzener and Lloyd Bes- slcman visited at the Blanche Jcnks home in Eagle Grove over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner and Darrell went to Parkersburg Saturday to visit at the A. E. Lauritzen home. Cleo Gable who is attending college at Forest City, spent the week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Martha Gable. • Margaret Yahnke accompanied her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius Jensen of Buffalo Center to Algona Saturday. Tlce Brack, George Hagge, Richard ZieUke and Fred Darnell attended a CCC camp meeting at Bancroft Friday evening. Agnes and Hattie Olson of Bancroft attended the program at the school Friday evening and later visited at the D. B. Mayer home. Was 41 Years Old and Ov erseas Veteran in World War Lakota: The American Legion had charge of the funeral services for Everett O'Keefe, which were held at the Methodist church, Saturday afternoon and Interment, was made in Maple Hill cemetery. Everett Maurice O'Keefe was born at Hardy, August 10, 1896. He lived there with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe until they moved to a farm near Lakota five years later. From that time his home was near "Lakota. He enlisted In the United States army on May 11, 1918, and 14 months were spent In the service of his 10 of which were in He was honorably dis- from the army July 18 DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? country, France. charged 1919. He was married to Lcotn Moore in 1927. and they began farming north of Ij(\kota, where they Hvec until two years ago when he sol< out and entered the restaurant bus ness at Burt. Later he sold ou it Burt nrtd took up the same bus ness at Monterey, Minn. He passed away Wednesday, Oct 8, 1937,! at the age of 41 years. Be sides his wife and step-son he leaves .o mourn his death his parents, Mr and Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe, north o Lakota, four sisters, Mrs. Herber Patterson, Armstrong, Mrs. Ber Patterson, Swea City, Mrs. Albert Elman, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Nor man Walter*, Ouantaano Bap, Cuba and three brothers, Tom O'Keefe of Blue Earth, Minn., John and Da O'Keefe, Lakota. He also leave mnay other relatives and fricn;ls t mourn his death and all offer the! deepest sympathy to the bereaved I MAGINE getting rid of 98 per cent of the work of tending your furnace — anil s.uing up to 50 per cent on your fuel costs, too! That's what Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burners have done for others. That's why the big swing in automatic heating today is to automatic coal heat. Investigate before you let yourself in for expensive fuels. FAIRBANKS-MORSE AUTOMATIC COAL BURNER (01 10X1 MOOIL) Requires ou special boiler or furnace. No tank*, pumpi, or other extra* to buy. No acrid fume*. No sticky toot. Fill th« bandy hopper once • day or leu often. Room thermostat docs the rest. Anderson Grain & Goal Go, Hebron: Hugo Miller had misfortune to have four of the his Ingers on the left hand taken off n a corn picker he was operat- ng recently. He was taken to Mankato to the hospital where he s getting along as well as can be xpected. Mrs. Gust Nelson spent Sunday with home folks. Mrs. Selmer Matheson and Mabel datheson spent last Monday at Maon City. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthun nnd amily visited Monday night with the Carl Halversons. Adrian Hauskln and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd ..oge home near Bricelyn, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boettcher of near Fort Dodge, spent the week nd with relatives In this locality. Mrs. Adolph Oswald, Mrs. Oscar Hell and baby of Woden spent Wednesday at the Gust Underbakke lome. Mrs. Hannah Thompson and Ernest have been confined to their bed with the flu for a number of days, >ut Is much better by now. Harold Thompson, who Is ei iloyed at Albert Lea, Minn., spent he week end with his mother, Mrs. Hannah Thompson and family. Mrs. Ed Thompson, Mrs. Maynard Thompson, Mrs. Alvln Hunter and Gus Nelson visited the Zion Ladies' Aid meeting last Wednesday in Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Lars E^esdahl returned home from Chicago recently where they had visited their daughter, Ruth, who is Inking nurses' training there. H. E. Miller has been having bad luck with his horses. He lost one a few weeks ago with sleeping sickness and last week lost another with corn stalk poisoning. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jordahl and children, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Berg and son, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nichols nnd children, John Jordahl and sons nnd Miss Fern Jordahl attended n miscellaneous shower for Mr. and Mrs. Hip Blondin at the home of her mother. Mrc. Alvina Jordahl at Blue Earth. TITONKA NEWS Honor New MlnlnUr A church dinner was given at the Methodist church, Sunday in honor of the new minister and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer, who came here from Bradford, to serve the Lakota-Ledyard charge. Nrt f IS at Supper One division of the library aid served afternoon lunch and supper Friday afternoon at the library and the profits were $13 which will be used to buy books. Harrlnga Buyn Farm Relnder Harriga, who recently •old his small farm near I-akota on the north to Fred Schwarz, haa bought a quarter section south of Buffalo Center and will take possession March 1. Crfebrttuw 12th Birthday Dorothy Ukcna celebrated her 12th birthday last week Tuesday with a party for 10 girls, her three teachers, Helen Awe, Clara Chipman and Mrs. Frerking and her two cousins, Don and John Wort man. The party was held after school and lunch was served at fi:30 o'clock. , Dorothy's friends took her many gifts us well us g"°d wishes. Miss Maude Clarke, east of town, is suffering with infection in one of her feet. The Rev. und Mrs. O. H. Krer- king attended a meeting at the Presbyterian church in Esthcrville lust week. Mrs. Claas Steenhurd was taken to the hospital ut Buffalo Center Thursday where I>r. Williams operated on her for appendicitis. A home project committee meeting was held with Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Friday afternoon with Lucile Pepoon, home demonstration agent, in charge. The first lesson for Ledyard and Lincoln townships will be given ut the Lou Nitz home Friday' afternoon. Mr. und Mrs. James Bruer were invited lo spend last Sunday with their daughter und family, the Wm Hicklefs ut Titonku und to visit with u sister und husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Liveriku, Buffalo Center who are leaving Nov. 1 for Sacramento, Calif. When they arrived they found Mrs. Bruer'a two sisters und three brothers were also there and till spent a happy day together. Charles Eggerth Named Leader Of ' Ledyard Twp. Group Lakota: Ledyard township'* gen eral farm bureau meeting was helc at the Raymond Winters Friday night with n large crowd attending. Election of officers resulted in Charles Eggerth being re-elected president; George Ennn was elected secretary-treasurer and Raymond Winetr, publicity chairman The program consisted of talks by Lucile Pepoon, home demonstration agent, and the Rev. Frerking. Mr, Stainbrook of Wlnnebago county talked on organization work? Tec Wallentine read an article from Nation's Agriculture and Gertrude Wortman sang a solo with Mrs Frerking as accompanist. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larson expect to leave soon to spend the winter months with their daughter. Velmn. in Texas. B. A. PnnAltuk returned Friday from Canistota, S. D.. where he hns been receiving medical treatment for the past week. The still-born baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pruisman Sunday night was buried Monday in the Buffalo township cemetery, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. John Pink were business callers in Algona Monday, and spent some time visiting their daughters, Mrs Maree Pink and Mrs. Earl Stott and families. The Laf-a-Lot birthday club met Wednesday evening at the Legion hall, celebrating Mrs. Esther Askin's birthday. A supper will be served at 8 to all members present. Dale Bruns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns is the happy first prize winner In the Swift ijoultry show held at Algona last Saturday. Is Dale a real poultry n\an now? Ask him. Mr. and Mr. James Hansen and two children have moved from the location formerly occupied by the Con Higgina and Intermlll Inn to an apartment in the Bertha Calllea home. Miss Hazel Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, who has completed her training as a registered nurse at Mercy hospital, Des Moines is now employed in a hospital at Oskaloosa. Mrs. Esther Askins and mother, Mrs. Emma Heifner returned on Thursday evening from a trip to Marshalltown and surrounding towns visiting relatives. Mrs. Heifner stood the trip well. Mrs. Guy Bruns and children were business callers in Algona Friday evening, where Dale placed his hlckens for exhibition at the Swift plant. Dale has some very fine loultry and it is hoped he won a irize as they are the glory of his foung life. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smith rcturn- d Saturday morning from Buffalo, ilo., where they attended the fun- ral of Mr. Smith's brother last ["uesday and visited with relatives until their return trip. They were accompanied • by relatives of Mr. Smith from Holland and Ackley. Mrs. Ross Buffington and Mrs. Hanson were hostesses Wednesday evening to a chicken dinner lonoring the Titonka consolidated high school baseball team, their coach, Ted Dunmirc and Supt. C. A. Hoon. Needless to say every joy wus right on time to indulge Ills appetite at this hospitable conn try home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, west of town already believe in the march of time reporting they are at home with but two little folks, their daughter, Ilene, being employed nt Algona In the soil en riser vat ion office, their son, Elwood, drawing good wages as a carpent- Amos Bonacker Named To Head Titonka Legion Titonkfl: On Thursday rvonin.-, the nnminl election of o!Tir:-rs f <r the lOllll post Of tllP AllVTiiMll 1 .r gion resulted ns follows: <ommnml pr, Amos Bnnni'krr; vicv i onv.Yinn,! pr. Luthpr Miller; adjutant. Hmv- ard Andrews: finance officer. Howard Frpnrh; sprRpanl-at-nrni'*. Wm. RIcklofs; historian, (ir.-irpt 1 Hoff. The post nnd unit should show considerable activity this year us Rose Bormcktr. unit president, is wife of the Legion post commander. Freda Schroeder Of Laokta Weds I.;iiiii';i: Fred.i, il:>us!iter of Mr. ami Mrs. Kivil J;u;or, !..:\Knt;\. ami Henry Schrordcr. were nmrriert at Algoim last Thursday with Mr. und Mrs. Fred Schrocdcr us attendants. The newly weds will live in rooms over the Rchrocdcr restaurant. Armstrong Nine In 12-3 Victory Armstrong: The Armstrong base- bull (ciim won over the Mnplo Hill ti'iim on thr lorn! diamond by n. .«. -ore of 12 to 3. Wnync Chrlstinn- j n loolird hrst for the winners. The 1 •«i'h;ill plnyors nro: Wnyno iiHK>i\. Tlu'odorc \Vcihy. Jimmy Vigdahl, Orla Larson. Arden Jong- 1 er»r. John Thorson. Clyde.Eck- hnrt. O'-cnr Carlson nnd Shorty Johnson. 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Girl Wed to Bode Man Hebron: A pretty church wedding took place last Saturday ut the Liberty church ut Hake when Mur- jarie Oakland, youngest daughter of Mr. und Mrs. 1'eter Oakland and Ernest Jensen of Bode were united iu marriage by Rev, Oakland. Their attendants were her brother and his wife and his brother and his wife. The one bridesmaid wore peach color und the other rose color. After the ceremony about 50 guests went to the home for a reception ul the home of the bride's parents and wished them much joy and suc- DII their journey through life. *51,48O '• CASH "» PRIZES SIX *1OOO CASH PRIZES SIXTY MOO CASH PRIZES-1200 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC ROASTERS Sufferers ot STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THB W1LLABD TRKATMBNT DM brought prompt, definite teller In cue*, of Ity, and other formi of Stomach Slit due wKum Add. MLB ON U DAY* TRIAL. For oomulat* to- for5»uoo, «»i"«rai»*» r «| MM," AJkfat Itr-fcW-i . 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