The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1937 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1937
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OeB..itoto«!, AJgMia, jowa, Oct. North East Kossuth Page ILLNESS HITS3 FROM LAKOTA IN SUDDEN ATTACKS Two Stricken With Appendicitis; Third Goes To Rochester Lakota: Folks from in and near Lakota have been having more than their share of illnesses and operations, the past week. Reniptko Johnson, from north of Gerled was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital, Friday evening, where Dr. R. L. Williams operated for appendicitis. He was reported as recovering nicely, Sunday. Mrs. Frank Dontje was taken to the Mayo hospital at Rochester, Teusday of last week, and operated upon Wednesday morning, in a major operation, and Is very seriously ill, but expected to recover. Mrs. Chalres Stetnhard. who recently underwent an appendicitis operation was brought home last week Tuesday, and Sunday went to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Johnson, west of town, where she will remain until fully recovered. The Emory Smiths drove to Renwick Sunday where they visited the Henry Eggerths and the Rev. Cook family. Science Study For Each Grade At Grant School Gets Interest Grant: Science has been given a definite part In the school curriculum at the Grant consolidated school this year. Each grade from the first grade through the high school Is studying a phase of science. The science work in the first six grades has been organized about a number of units. Miss Lewis has built the science unit for the primary grades around the theme of seasonal change. The primary children have been especially interested in insects and how they spend the winter months. The children brought in specimens of grasshoppers and crickets and a study was made of the habits of these insects. The third and fourth grades under the direction of Miss Zilk have been interested in weather conditions as their science unit. They kept a weather record for one week In September and posted it on the bulletin board. Their next unit will be the study of dogs. The fifth and sixth grade children In Miss Byrum's room have completed a unit on weeds. The children brought weeds to school and after a study of each plant was made the weeds were pressed and mounted under cellophane on large posters. The seventh grade science class Is very enthusiastic about their class work under Mr. Hamand. Their first unit dealt with the history of science and what science has contributed to the progress of civilization. Their second project was the relationship between living things and where they live. They are now working on their third project which is the study of water. Mr. Dinsmore and the eighth grade science class have studied astronomy, taking up the earth's motions, the changes of climate and temperature and earth's relation to all other planets. They are now studying the different wind belts and causes, ocean currents and causes and their relationship to mankind. The ninth and tenth grade science classes also under Mr. Dinsmore have been, studying the relationship of plants animals and various Insects to man and his environment, forming a basis for the study of the changing conditions man has had to meet due to his rapid advance in things scientific. The eleventh and twelfth grade biology students find their work on protoplasm and simple animals very interesting. One of their special activties has been to obtain water fom the dredge ditch, examine it with a hand fens and then list the kinds of living things that appear in a drop of the water. Mr. Hamand is the biology teacher. Critically Hurt; Caught in Picker Lakota: Clarence Anderson, son of Mrs. Mary Anderson, was critically Injured Friday, whfen his hand became entangled in a corn picker. He Is at present In the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr. Anderson Is a grandson of Herman Wlrtjes, who lives In Lakota. LAKOTA NEWS LEDYAED NEWS IUH6IL1 YOUB FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCT. 29 30 QUANTITY BEEF SALE Cooler weather now permits ninny homes and boarding houses to buy href in quantity for convenience and added saving. Inspect thn nice hind quarter* of beef at Council Oak priced at 15c per Ib. BEEF STEAK A week end price of 19c per Ib. on Sirloin and Short Cat Steaks and Bound Steak at 24c per Ib. Theae steaks cat to p*n fry, broil, Swiss or to roast In the oven. SHANKLESS PICNICS Neatly trimmed, 6 to 8 Ib. smoked picnics at 25c per Ib. Excellent for oven roasts and to cook with beans or fresh vegetable*. BACON Cellophane wrapped bacon square* for this sale at 27c per Ib.; also flne flavored dry salt smokrd bacon at 29c per Ib. PINEAPPLE Pineapple la a most healthful fruit An Important source of vitamin* A, B and C. It contribute* to the alkalinity of the blood; helps to correct acid condition and helps the body to resist disease. Plantation, matched slices or crushed in the large No. 2W can for 17c. SWEET CRACKERS The good old fashioned sweet crucker that was the popular store rooky In Grunilinu's and Grandad'* day. For one biu sale we baked one. car of this forgotten cooky to delight the old timers and supply a real treat to the youngsters. This rooky is not a regular stock number so buy plenty at tli<> sale price of 2 pounds for ?7c. PUMPKIN PIE Feed the youngsters plenty of rich, golden, pumpkin pie at the Hallowe'en party anil they won't h« tio destructive. The finest pies aro made from "Sii|MTh I'lunpkin." For this sale Uie large No. 2'/i can Is priced at lOc. DROMEDARY DATES Fancy "Pasteurized" Dates for Milods and to stuff for the Hallowe'en Party; also for the rakes and cookies. The regular size pkg., both pitted and unpittrd, lor this sale at lOc per pkg. MOONBEAM Beverages A refreshing fizzing beverage. Also a good inlier. Flavors arc Lime Khkry, I^einon Lime, .Sparkling Water, Pale Ginger Ale, Cluli Soda and Grain-fruit Cocktail. Special for the week end, S large :i! in. hottlen for 25c plus bottle dt-punit. MARSHMALLOWS One way In lii-vjt the. youngsters olf the street on H.illcmi-Vn is to set them to lo.t-stillj, these Huffy, tender inursliinullnMs. lor this sale tile price i-> only 13c for tilt; 1-llt. bag. MACARONI & SPAGHETTI DelU'i.tU'v uhultitoiiu* and crmioiitU'tU v\tun rotttliiftt-d with c'hc* sc, iiit-at, tomato*-*, i-U*. Quality IIUT< himilis*- and our i*ri<*- llii» week «-uti i-» ti llts. for 15c. GRAPEFRUIT I^vrnf, Texas M;xrsli S«'<-illi-ss. For this s.»l«- a ii»inil:u [>rir« ol I) for ':7c. Home Grown Sweet Potatoes 10 Ibs. 23c SQUASH Kitlicr st>-anu-U or bilked, no other \iiiii-ty equals the genuine hard nhcll fiuhh:ml ill texture or flavor, liny your Hub- iKicd Si|ll;i.ill at tl.c .speciul priic of '.<• JKT iioiliiil. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE Tills <|iuility tileiul sold only in the whuU; l« rry. Wt; griiut so you can make mtli'e by your lakurite method without waste. The priest is 'Z~c \HT Ib. or 3 Ibs. for 7Uc. Kx< lianue the emuty baxtt for time) <-!iin> wuru. 'HONEY KRUSHED II The "roughage" that dietitians talk about U found iu Honey Kru&hed in its most delicious form. You thoroughly enjoy the flavor of crushed wheat and honey. Thoi>« troubled with con- ktipatiou khould give it a 10-day trial. Sold only at Council Oak. TOMATO SOUP Campbell's Tomato Soup U priced for tibia kale at 7c per can. Lay in a pantry supply of this delicious koup at the kale price. HASKINS SOAP SPECIAL u—i,i n . ttarf Water Ga»tUu hi an excellent toilet and bath kuap to lue in bard water. For Saturday a kpecial price of 4c uor vafc» Blue Barrel Petrofetfc) In the original 1-U». cake priced at 2 ban for Uc. 6th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. VVm. Wenzel celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary Friday and a group of their friends dropped in to help them celebrate. .Muhleman To Preach Dr. W. H. Muhleman of Algona will preach in the Methodist church next Sunday. Following the service a basket dinner will be served in the hn.^ement to which all families interested in the church are in- I vited. Infant Baptized Mr. and Mrs. Hlllard Abbas, of Granada, Minn., attended services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and had the Rev. Frer- klng baptize their little 14-months old daughter. The name given was Gloria Winifred. The Henry Mitchells spent Sunday visiting relatives at Goodell, Mrs. Henry Patterson, daughter Sadie and son Lyle were Algona shoppers Saturday. Lena Gutknecht. teacher in the Hason City school was a week end visitor with her parents. The Gus Johnsons, Rake, visited Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Alfreda Johnson and family. Lyle Patterson and Dale Hamnquist, students at Upper Iowa University spent the week end with Lyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats. Norman Frerking and Fern Lewis came home from the University of Dubuque Friday for a visit with the home folks. Norman and Fern returned Sunday but Mr. and Mrs. Loats remained until Tuesday. The Rev. O. H. Frerking and son. Norman, drove to Storm Lake Saturday for the football game between the University of Dubuque team and one from Btiena Vista College, but were disappointed in the results as Buena Vista won and Norman Is a Dubuque student. Dr. and Mrs. Robert WHHams left early Saturday morning: for Fort Dodge and from there they were accompanied by the doctor's parents to Sioux City where they attended the golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Williams, a brother of the senior Mr. Williams. They returned Sunday evening. The Sam Warburtons, the Harry Warburtons, Lakota, the F. O. Tor- ines, Swea City, and Mrs. Nannie Simpkins and daughter, Mrs. NeU son Torkelson, Olenburn, North Dakota, who spent last week visit- nig in Lakota, were Sunday guests at a family dinner at the J. H. IVarburtons In honor of the North Dakota visitors. Mrs. Simpkins and Mrs. Torkelson accompanied the Torlnes home that afternoon and ly Monday morning left . for :helr home In company with Mr. md Mrs. Douglass, also of North Dakota, with whom they made the 800 mile trip two weeks ago. 17 At Acorn ' Club'* Meeting Lakota: Mrs. C. R. Smith was hostess to the Acorn Club on Thursday afternoon- with 17 members present Two out of town guests were present, Mrs. Nannie Simpkins and Mrs. Kelson Totkelson of Olenburn, North Dakota. Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw's name was added to the list of members. The program consisted of Art of Staying at Home, Mrs. E. J. Woodward; Domestic Harmony, Mrs. H. H. Murray; Choice Reading. The November 4th meeting will be a luncheon at the Emma Gut- knechts with three assisting .hostesses. Mrs. Woodward, county chairman, will be guest of the club. Wanted Farmers and investors interested In buying good farms, all types and locations In and near Kossuth County. Let us know your wants. We Invite farm owners wishing to sell to list their farm for sale with us. H. D. Hutchins Licensed Real Estate Broker Over Barry's Algona, Iowa a^aeseeceMceMMaieeeoecefleMoeaxtiMagceeg^ %t>UHon! Tw Lakotan's Nephew Killed In Crash Lakota: The Charles Eggerths. north of town, spent Saturday and Sunday at Renwick with his brother ienry and family and his parents. Merman Eggerth, who was killed n the terrible bus accident at Maon City, Friday, was a son of Henry and a nephew of Charles Eggerth. Sunday dinner guests at the Art Heldenwith home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS £ HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WIIAAUD TREATMENT bM brought prompt, definite relief ta thousands of cases of Stomach end Duodenal mew*, due to Hjrp«r»cld- lty» and other forms of Stomach Dis~ tress cine to Ercess AcH. SOLD ON II DAYS TRIAL. For romrtete information, read "Wllln-d'f Mnugt •f Rrilff." Ask for it—frw—at A. H. nORCHARDT AT OUR BANK You will receive service that can be relied upon to provide safety, convenience and efficiency for your banking business. Your account is invited. ~" i IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA Every depositor insured to the amount of $5,000 by the .^Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Glenn Yahnke was in Klemme Frid-iy on business. Doris Welfare spent Friday at the Arthur Krammesmeier home. L C. Strand has a new Chevrolet on display at the Shell garage. i Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hatfield nre parents of a son born Friday, Oct. 22. Mrs. Robert Weiler was taken to the Blue Earth hospital last week Tuesday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl and son of Forest City visited last Thursday evening at the Clifton Engelby home. Mrs. L. C. Strand and Mrs. August Sprank were in Algona shopping last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden were in Fairmont Sunday, attending church services. Mrs. Hazel Jenks of Fort Dodge visited nt the home of her father, Oliver Marquis, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer were dinner guests at the George Thompson home Friday evening. Robert Swartzeli of Olin visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. F.I- vin Carpenter over the week end. Mr. anil Mr.s. Lawrence Pingle visited Mrs. Pinglc's grandmother, Mr.s. Malverson iit Frost Sunday. Fred Dutton, who hax been in oux City attending a farm con- I fcrcnce niccUn^, returned home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Frandle and son and rjeorne Ha^e and Alice wore Sunday quests nt tin? Arthur civile home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilcox of Kurt Dod^e and the Rirhard Lskes were Sunday guests at the Alfred Zielskcs. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jacobson and Audrey and .lumen of Spirit Lake visited at the Kicliard ZicUke home Saturday. Mrs. John Dettman of Buffalo ('enter and Mrs. Frank Nitz were callers tit the Paul Nitz home last Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Galayan of Rockwell and Catherine (ialagan of Ke Hog visited Mary Ellen Galagan ! here Sunday and then they all visited relatives in Fort Uodge. Mr. and Mrs Hert Woods of Menaga, Minn., and I'eter Rowley of Oregon v;,ited from Sunday to Wednesday last week at the Ed Sanders and 1'aul Nilz hoim-.v .Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Link of Waterloo came to the I). A. Link home Satujday and on .Sunday they and tht; \>. A. Link.-, went (o KoUe and vi.iilvid at tin.- Merle McAninch home. Mrs. I.elioy Anderson and .>on. Fred and Mr.i M. Snydcr of I'.ad- clitl'e United at tin; L. VV. Winner home- .Sunday. Carolyn Snyder, who iiad \i.iitf(l here all week, rc- Uiine'i with them. K tiiei Hn III.T of Whittemore, one of la.-t year's teachers, railed at the 1». ti Mayer tionie Friday. Min.s Sieiii.i i.-i teaching in \\'lulteiiiore thi.j year, hut wa.i enjoying a corn lacking vacation last week. Mrs. Fred Brand, who ha.i he'^i mailing hi r home with her dau^h- Lcr. Mrs. Fiaiik I^iein at Swea City, spent the week end with 'tno'her laughter. Mr.s. Harry Schroedcr. On Sunday the iJiem.s came for her. Mr and Mr.s. Fred Looft and emus, Mrs. Margaret Looft of vta City and Mrs. Orville Anderson of lJe» Moines were Sunday cbU at the N. A. l j ingle home- In the utternoon Mr. and Mrs. t!us Munson of East Chain called at the Pingle home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Christ and their daughters of Forest City and Cieo Gable, who in living with them while she attends Waldorf ('allege, were Sunday guests at the Martha Gable home. 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