The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 25, 1937 &C.WBSBRODS HOST TO FARM BUREAU, THUR. Other News Events From Penton Over the Week End Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wcls- brod entertained their farm bureau club at their home Thursday evening. Nov. 18. G. W. Bleich, the county chairman of Burt, Julius Skow of Wesley and a Mr. Stainbrook of Forest City were the speakers. After the meeting, a lunch was served. Attemlinfr«were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weiabrod, Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and Mr. and Mis. W. Helter. Relmers Grandparent* Mr. and Mrs. WilfreJ Relmers of Des Motnes are the parents of a 614 pound son, Richard Henry, born Saturday, Nov. 20. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Relmers of Fenton are the grandparents. Suffers Stroke C. M. Thompson, north of town, suffered a stroke last week Tuesday. At this writing he is much improved but Is still confined to his bed. His sister, Mrs. Anna Osborn is caring for him. Leave for California Mr, and Mrs. Alex Radig left this week Wednesday for a three weeks' visit with relatives at Pasadena, California. A. H. Peterson was a supper guest at the F. H. Bohn home Sunday evening. Glenn Hammond of Waterloo spent Saturday at the Elmor Weisbrod home. The Adolph Peril family were at the Hugo Gade home In Algona on Sunday afternoon. Francis Hendricksen of Ringsted was a Sunday dinner guest at the Elmer Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bruhn and family visited Mrs. Bruhn's uncle, John Nissen and family at Eldora, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman.'John and Gladys were entertained at the John TheesQeld home In Swea City, Sunday. Mrs. Albin Nelso.i submitted to a tonsilectomy and sinus operation nt the Fairmont hospital last week Tuesday. Marjoric Johnson and ner guest, Darlene Drayton of Burt were Monday noon-day dinner guesU of Mary Ann Bohn. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wcisbrod and Mary ^llce Gibbons of Whlttemore visited at the Elmer Welsbrod home Sunday. Wanda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace ha* been »eriou»- ly'llttt tut w««k wmr the flu and a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the 'noire of Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Driyoj-. Bob Hantelman, son of Mrs. Daniel Hantelman submitcd to a tonsil- ectomy operation at Dr. Mueller's office, Saturday. Dickie Wilberg of Ringsted spent from Saturday to Sunday evening here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern and •on, Jerry Lee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thees- fleld near Armstrong. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughter, Lorena and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross of Lone Rock visited at the Alex Radlg home Sunday. Mrs. Fred Kulow and her mother, Mrs. Louise Glassnap attended a guest day of the Ladies' Aid in Burt on Thursday of last week. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman add Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eigler were Thursday evening dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller. v Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern, Lloyd and Helen and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. A<r. and Mr*. Henry Berghofer and r.'.mil/ anl Mr. and M.M Herman Struecker and family were Sunday dinner guests of Clio Claud Seeleya. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick of AJta and Mr. and Mm. Alfred Meyers and family were entertained at the parentoj L. J. Weisbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and daughter, Ethel and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and daughter, Marlene, visited at the Leo Stevens home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter, Verdel and William Bruhn and daughter, Joan were Sunday dinner guests of the George Meyers east of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace and family of Forest City and Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Winters and two daughter* of Buffalo Center visited at the John Wallace home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack and children, Wanda and Joyce of Livermore. Mrs. Haack Is a sister of Mrs. Willrett. Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Newel won the high score prize and Mrs. Everett Drey^r the low. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe played for absent member*. Mr. and Mrs. John FlrmestaU and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad and daughter, Marian, attended a Norwegian lutefisk supper at the Graft linger Lutheran church on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and . daughter Shirley Mae left Wednesday for Donnelson, wh_re they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haoae. They will return Sunday mid cnroulo home tl.?y will visit rulu'tves in Des Moinea. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz and sou, Willard and Mrs. Martha Chris- ctuUtis'were Sunday dinner guests at' Mr. and Mr*. Roy Chriocnllles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and daughter, Lavonna. were Sunday guests \>t M*. and i*r». Lest- Johnson hear Bancroft. TURKEY TIME—Part of the vast flock of 8,500 turkeys being groomed for the holidays by C. W. Ault, Klrkland, Illinois, banker, on his farm near the village. Mr. Ault's turkey farm is believed to be the largest in the middle west The flock is expected to weigh sixty tons by the time it is marketed. CATIXJS WRECK CRACK FLYER—Sardls, Miss.: Running at a speed of more than 80 miles per hour, a few miles south of Sardls, Mississippi, the "Panama Limited" was derailed and wrecked following a collision with cattle on the right of way. Engineer Chas. J. Harriett, 68-year old veteran railroadman of Memphis, Term., and his fireman, J. T. White, also of Memphis, were'killed. Other casualties were three racehorses killed on their way to the New Orleans track. Through a miracle none of the passengers were injured. MILDRED HILDMAN OF WESLEY IS BRIDE MONDAY OF REESE MARTIN Couple to Make Their Home Northeast of Fenton Wesley: Miss Mildred Hildman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman, and Reese Martin of Wesley, son of Ed Martin of Kcosau- quu, were married Monday morning at eight o'clock at the St. Joseph's Catholic church by the Rev. A. J. Wagener. They were attended by tier sister, Beatrice and his cousin, Louis Simpson. The bride wore a lace trimmed long sleeved white satin floor length gown with trail) ana a trailing net veil held lit place by an of f-the-f ace satin cap. In her arms she carried a big bridal bouquet of yellow tea roses, baby breath and fern leaves tied with a big white satin bow. Her bridesmaid wore a wine colored crepe floor length gown with a wine colored hat to match and carried rosc-pilUc carnations tied with a big bow. Following the ceremony the, bridal party retired to the bride's home where a wedding breakfast was in waiting for them and members of their nearest families. The bride is a graduate of the St. Joseph's parochial school and the bridegroom received his education in the schools at Troy, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Martin left the same day for a several days' wedding trip thence on to Fenton, where they will make their home one and a half miles northeast of town where Mr. Martin is employed at the Peter Hayenga farm. Suffers Set Back Mrs. Leonard Mullin, sister of Mrs. John Mullins of Wesley, who submitted to Caesarian section at the Mercy hospital a fortnight ago and who wan coming along nicely, had a set back over the week end and her condition was not so good. The Mullins finally have made numerous trips to Mason City to visit with her sister. Bridal Shower Thirty relatives, friends and neighbors gathered at the George Hildman home Saturday afternoon to honor Mildred at a mUcellen- eous bridal shower. The afternoon was spent in visiting and each guest was given a block of cloth upon which she wrote and embroidered her name to be assembled later by the bride into a name pillow. Lunch was enjoyed in [he late afternoon and Mildred received many lovely gifts for her new Home. Gland Infection Clifford Carlson who was critically ill several weeks ago continues to be far from well. His trouble seems to be an infected gland in his throat which has broken twice draining into his system which has caused a general poisoning. He is somewhat better but still unable to sit up. Lose to Corwith The local basketball teams, both boys and girls, were defeated in their double header game at Corwith Friday night. tertalned Ole and Louis Oppedal of Titonka at dinner Sunday honoring her son, Robert and Ole who have birthday anniversaries last and this week. Sam Alne who has been doing carpenter work at Story City, the past three weeks, expected to return home for the Thanksgiving holidays, having completed the job the crew was on. Mrs. Tillie Loebig received word Monday morning that her niece, Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle of Corwith had submitted Vo an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Saturday. Seven Couples are Licensed to Marry Licenses to wed have been issued to Wllbert D. Pc-ter«on, Ringsted, Marie Morrow, FtOrmont; Reese Martin, Mildred Hlldman, both of Wesley; Fred Shipley, Anna M. Shipley, both of Woden; Lathan gRC, Elmore, Jessie Johnson, Swea City; Konnld Schultz, Alma Sheldahl, both of Elmore; William R. O'Donnell, Lone Rock, Gladys Bleratcdt. Burt; Wilbur E. Farrow, I-edyard, M. Theresa Govern, Titonka. Two Couples Have Danson Tie Knots Justice P. A. Danson's office was the scene of two weddings last week Tuesday afternoon. Lathan Haggo, Elmore, Minn., was married to Jesaie Johnson, Swea City; and Ronald Schultz was married to Alma Sheldahl, both of Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, Swea City, witnessed the first oer- remony, and Doris Patterson and Paul Richardson, Algona, witnessed the other one. liray Salt) is SuccenH. A large crowd attended the George L. Gfuy farm sale in Port- laud township Thursday. Sume 200 oars were narked on and ncur the farm. Cows brought $40 to $111; horses. $52 to $115; liens, 67c. The burl Methodist Aid served lunch. STORK SHOWER FOR FAIRVIEW WOMAN FRIDAY At Home of Mrs. Hanswirth in Honor of Mrs. Martin Wilson Convith-Fairvicw: About 30 neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. R. L. Hanswirth last Friday, where a stork shower was held for Mrs. Martin Wilson, who with her husband and daughter, Barbara, are moving this week to Kansas City. Various entertainments featured the afternoon. A word building contest was won by Mrs. Robert Masterson who in turn presented the prize to the honor guest. A beautifully arranged lunch was, served by Mrs. Hanswirth assisted by Mrs. Fred Trenary and Mrs. Bill Johnson. Mrs. Wilson received a large number of lovely gifts. SI. E. Aid Circle The Falrview Circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Bill Johnson on Wednesday of last week. Plans were corn- pitted for this circle's part in the bazaar to be held Dec. 1 at the church. Corwith Team* Win Corwith high's first basketball game of the season ended with a victory for both Corwith teams. The girls won by a score of 18 to 27, and the boys by a score of 11 to 23. A large crowd attended the games. The Vernon consolidated coach refereed the games. ( Mrs. Henry Schick and children have been visiting at Carroll, the past week. Mrs. Lee Williams and little son Gary Lee spent Sunday at the home of her parents. Louis and Dorothy Hilyard drove to Ames Sunday where they spent the day with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson and Lois Jean were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Olson home near Stilson. The Albert Johnson and Ernest Widen families have been released from scarlet fever quarantine and the children re-entered school on Tuesday. j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers drove to Mason City Sunday to see their duaghter, Mrs. Leonard Mull- Ins and little son, who are at the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and children were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Chamber's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rouzc Staur at Fort Dodge. Miss Wilma, Merriam. student nurse at the Mason City Mercy hospital, came Saturday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam. She returned to her duties Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Weber and family, accompanied by Mrs. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. WJalters of LuVerne. spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Walters at Hartley. Mrs. Leonard Mullins who had planned to return to her home from the Mason City hospital last Saturday, was suddenly taken worse and it is not known when she will be able to return. Lust reports were that she was gradually improving. Reiley Hear* New Jersey's Governor Oliver S. Heiley attended a state safety council meeting at Ames Friday, and heard Gov. Harold G. Hoffman, New Jersey, one of the nation'H outstanding; highway authorities. The governor frew to Iowa in a plane. He told his audience that he had come to give Iowa people a chance to see a republican governor. He Bays Iowa should have a mandatory speed limit. Throughout his address he woe interesting. He is a short, stocky man, and is fat. Hull Call at Wesley, Nov. 22— Up 10 Friday morning the local Red Cross chapter had 41 members and a donation of $13.60, making the total receipts $5(.tiO. Mrs. August Siuder, of i'ralrie township, wus yut lu import. Miss Margaret Pfeffer of DCS Moinea spent Thursday and Friday litre visiting at the home of her brother, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz are the •parents of a baby girl born to them Saturday afternoon at the the General hospital in Algona. This is their fourth child. Members of the Willing Workers' circle in the Methodist aid served an oyster stew supper at the church basement Saturday night and enjoyed a good patronage. Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Engen and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Donovan and baby daughter were Sunday guests at the home of their son and and brother, Paul Engen nn1 wife. Mr. and Mrs. F. Di-jkrnann enter- UOued the D. J. Zerbes, John Hutch- isons, Frank Koubas, Arlo Dawsor-.s and George- Aliirlchea at an aluminum demonstration dinner at their hdm'e.'Sun|luy.' Mrs. Tillie Luebig und family en- FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 ROOMS FROM 1 Under new management this 18-story fireproof buildlfg is being completely remodeled and refurnished .. . Every convenience, including running ice water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest prices. • LA SJdLC & VAN BUREN STREETS Oppesrt* LA SALLE STREET STATION C H IC A G O CLOSING OU As I have rented my farm to Roy Ringsdorf for the coming year I will sell the following described property at auction at the farm 4 miles east, 5 miles north, i mile east and £ mile north of Algona, known as the old Larson farm, or 4 miles east, 2 miles south, one mile east, one mile south, £ mile east and k mile south of Burt, on Tuesday, Nov. 30 SALE BEGINS AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP LUNCH WILL BE ON GROUNDS 191-HeadofLi»estock-191 8 Head of Horses and Colts 8 One bay shire mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1750; black mare G yrs. old, wt. 1600; black mare 13 yrs. old, wt. 1600; bay gelding 5 yrs. old, wt. 1550; sorrel mare colt coming 2 yrs. old, wt. 1400; bay mare colt 3 yrs. old, wt. 1500; black mare colt 2 yrs. old, wt. 1200; sorrel mare colt coming yearling. 45 Head of Cattle Seven milk cows to freshen in January and February, including two fullblood Shorthorns, 2 roan Ireif- ers; 5 \Yhiteface cows; one purebred Polled Hereford bull from I'. M. Christonson herd. Lone Rock, coming 3 years old; 2 exceptionally good Hereford bull calves; 27 head of Hereford cows, 22 of which are coming 3 year olds bred to above listed outstanding Polled Hereford bull; 5 Hereford heifers coming 2 years old; 3 milking heifers coining 3 years old; 7 head of real calves. 38 Head of Sheep — 37 Ewes, and 1 Buck 1OO Head of Hogs One hundred head of full blood Hampshire hogs, consisting of 20 head of exceptionally good gilts, sold open; balance good feeding hogs weighing from 100 to 175 pounds; vaccinated. 250 — Head of Leghorn Pullets Laying Now — 250 Modern Chicken and Farm Equipment Consisting of 3 400-ehick starting batteries, complete with .stoves; -1 SOO-chick Uaylor oil brooder stoves; 14 2-gal. chick wat«rers; 28 chick feeders; 5 S-gal. thenno chicken waterers on stand; 4 8-ft. chicken feeders on stand; 5 8-ft. chicken feeders without .stand; 2 loo'o-chiek portable brooder houses, complete with roosts; 3 (i-pen portable round hog houses equipped with partitions; 3 3-pen portable hog'hous- es; one 2-pen portable hog house; and 8 A-type individual portable hog houses; 4 40-b». hog self-feeders- 3 IS-ft. hog troughs; <j automatic hog waterers; 3 18-ft. cattle feed bunks. The above equipment: is practically new. One 10-barreI wood tank, new last year; one 10-lmrreI steel tank; one r>00-gal. steel tank on trailer. Farm Machinery, Etc. One KJ-20 Farmall tractor in perfect condition; MeCormick-Deering tractor cultivator, 2-row, new this year; 14-ft. McCormick-Deering tractor disc, in good shape; John Deere 2-row corn planter with trucks, 100 rods of wire, new; one John Deere 10-ft. tractor power hinder, new this year; 4-section spring looth harrow; 2-row McCormick-Deering mounted corn picker; 4-section harrow. One Oliver 10-ft. roller; McConnick-Deering endgateseeder; Hlackhaw.'t manure spreader; John Deere lij-in. two-bottom tractor plow; McCormick-Deering 14-in. two-bottom tractor plow; AIcCormick-Deering bay loader; Hock Island side delivery rake; 4S'-ft. HaiHwich elevator, almost new, with wagon jack and speed jack; low iron-wheel wagon; wooden wheel wa^on; 1-1-ft. hay rack; 'JL 30-incii wagon boxes; drag -art; single row cultivator. 200-gal. stock dipping tank; No. li> Vega cream separator; l'J2'J Chevrolet short wheel base truck with platform box. equipped with almost new set of tires, mechanically A-l condition; one breeching harness; 2 sets back pad harness; 3 21-inch leather collars; 23-inch canvas collar; '1 seis of fly nets; and many other articles too numerous to mention. Two 50-gallon steel oil or gas tanks equipped with pumps. TERMS. Cash, or make arrangements with clerk. No properly to be removed until settled for. FRED KENT 1OVVA STATIC BANK, 1'terk. LOt MATEKN, Auctioneer.
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