The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Mpines, Algeria; Iowa, Dec. 9,1937 SWEAC1TYANS , WED,NOV.24TH Marine Northern Bride of Lenis Patterson at Estherville Swea-EAgle: Miss Maylne Northern and Lento Petterson were united in marriage by Rev. Machre at the Lutheran parsonage Esther- vine at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening, Nov. 24. MlM Northern la the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Northern, Swea City.. She came here from Spencer with her parents NOTICE Long's Food Shop Is just around the corner east from the Storm Sheds on Dodge and State street. When in town look us up as our groceries and meats ARE CHEAP three years ago. She is a charming young lady and has made many friends. Mr. Petterson, youngest son of the Jacob Pettersons, was born and has always lived in this community. After graduating from Swea City high school he has worked with his father on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Petterson will make their home at present with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Petterson. Roger Lindle left Monday morn- Ing for a few days' stay In Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. L. Schmidt of Lone Rock were Sunday guests at the Bert Olsons. Miss Olive Crossley of Ames was a Sunday visitor at the home of the Martin Mollnders. Dorothy, June and Sylva Anderson of East Chain visited last Friday at the Emll Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pommetpn- ing and son, Robert of Algona were last Sunday guests of Carl Raths. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gibson were week end visitors at the home of Mr. Gibson's brother, Elmer Gibson of Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. James Kuchynka were at Algona Sunday attending the funeral of Mrs. Becker, mother of Mrs. Chas, Kuchynka of Algona. Miss Freda Bergeson returned to Newell Monday morning after spending Thanksgiving vacation here with her father, Albln Bergeson. The Martin Mollnder family, Earl Preston family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosgren, Mr. and Mrs. B. Brant and daughter and Mike Pearson and Fred Anderson surprised James Kuchynka last Friday evening on his birthday. The guests brought lunch and a very enjoyable evening was spent. FOUR CORNERS, ALGONA FAMILIES AT FIRST REUNION IN 40 YEARS George, Roy Lees Attend Gathering Held in Michigan Four Corners: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee and Roy Lee, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee, Kaliapell Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee and nephew Buddy, Stewart, Mussetshell, Montana, Wm. Lee, Geyser; Montana, and the boys' only sister, Mrs. Emma Dodson, McRea, Arkansas, all met :it the Richard Leas nt Alden. Michigan, for a family reunion, t) e first in <iO years. Richard had not seen his brother, Roy since Roy was two weeks old. The local Lees visited relatives in Elgin and Chicago enroute home. The Tom Let!? went to Arkansas but plan to come back to Iowa before going on to their home in Musselshell, Montana. The Lees p.rrived home Nov. 22. Find Icy Roads Mrs. Verla Lowman, daughter, Jacqueline, Mrs. Alta Lowman and Mildred Robinson went to Colfax, HI., and spent Thanksgiving day with the Lowman Bros at the Henry Lowmans. They Itft for home Saturday, arriving Sunday evening [cy roads south and east of Des Vtolnes made driving very dangerous. Virginia Mayer who has been staying with the Howard Lowmans near Sexton and whose home Is in Illinois, accompanied them to visit her parents and came back with them. Luella Hintz Wed To Lester Wehrspann LuVerne: Luella Hintz, the daugh- er 6f Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hints and jester Wehrspann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wehrspann, Ottosen, were united In marriage at the Lutheran church Sunday at 12 noon with the Rev. L. Wlttenburg officiating. They were attended by Bertha Untz and Ernest Raepke, Churdan, and the bride's brothers, Henry and Walter, were ushers. The bride wore an oxford gray suit and carried a bouquet of red roses and the bridesmaid wore green crepe and carried marigolds. Following the ceremony a dinner was served to the Immedate families at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will make their home on a farm near Ottosen where a new home has been built for them. St. Benedict Parish Party This Sunday St. Benedict: There will be a card party at the parish hall, Sunday night, Dec. 6th at 8 o'clock. Bridge and five hundred will be played and a delicious lunch will be served by Mrs. J. O. Downs and Mrs. Will Meyers' circle. Everybody Is Invited. Ottosen, Whittemore Meet, Friday Night OUosen: The Ottosen high school girls' and boys' basketball teams lourneyed to Fonda Friday night where two exciting games were played. The girls game ended In a tie 37 to 37 and the boys lost by the score of 22 to 21. The Ottosen high school girls' and boys' basketball teams play Whittemore here Friday evening, Dec. 3. Church Sapper The Community Ladles Aid will sponsor a supper and bazaar at the church parlors Saturday evening, Dec. 4. Olen Sabln to Funeral Glen Sabln left Monday morning for DeKalb, 111., to attend the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. Henry Groves, who died In a DeKalb hospital, Sunday morning. Mrs. Edith Rich, sister of Mrs. Groves, went a week ago last Saturday evening to be with her. The John Sabins and Mrs. Wm. Rich went to the James Dunns, Sunday to notify Mrs. Dunn of the death of her sister, Mrs. Henry Groves of DeKalb, Illinois. Mrs. Dunn was unnble to go ns Mr. Dunn has been bedfast for three weeks with high blood pressure. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cosgrove were Sunday evening guests at the Harvey Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer call- id on Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer, Sunday afternoon. Albert Simons from Rolfa visited Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Miss Diana Arndorfer, Algona, nprnt Sunday at the horn 3 of her ji'other, the Nick Arndorfers. The free roast pork sandwiches with beer was well patronized at the For Thirteen Yeai's ANDERSON'S Jellico Coal Has been Algonji's Highest Quality Fuel. The same coal from the same mine. Anderson Grain & Goal Co. Phone 308 Milwaukee Trackss The Quentin Bjustroms and Otto Harlans were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Noble Mitchels. The Cecil Bjustroms and Orville Holdrens were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the parental Arch Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green, Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter and daughter, June Adel, Louis Lowman Sr., Louis Lowman, Jr., and Jimmle and Iris were Thanksgiving day guests of the Everett Withams. Jlmmie and Iris spent the week end with the Withams. The Albert Wblkers were agreeably surprised last Saturday evening when Mrs. John Hoppe and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Newton, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoppe, Truman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tupper of Blue Barth, Minn., drove in for a visit, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Broesder, SOT Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Durwocx 'McArthur and son, Rueben were also Sunday dinner guests. Miss Ruth Nopdlng returned to Dubuque Sunday morning lo resume her studies at Dubuque University. Raymond Wehrspann went to Chicago Friday evening. Peter Holt of Ellsworth visited Wednesday at the P. A. Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hanson and sons visited In North Dakota last week. Jack Bakke of Cedar Falls visited at the J. Van Busklrk home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Stone spent Thanksgiving day with their son, Albert at Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson and daughters spent Thanksgiving day at Grand Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dahl and sons of Elmore, Minn., spent Sunday at he Eric Dahl home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Ellingson and sons of Burt spent Sunday at h e Ole Ellingson home. .Mrs. Jesse Van Busklrk anc laughters and Mrs. Peter Holt were Tort Dodge callers Friday. Rasmus Ellington and daughter Slanie of Kiester, Minn., spent Sunday at the Ole Ellingson home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig anc Gladys Lovig visited at the Jim Togeas home In Fort Dodge Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem anc sons were Thanksgiving dlnne guests at the Mrs. Mitsven home in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buskirk o Fasbender store Saturday night. John Witte and son, Joe, drove to Mason City Saturday. The Sisten of the parish also accompaniei them to consult a doctor there. Grandpa and Grandma Kelly, whc had been visiting their daughter anc family at Irvington for a faw days returned Sunday to their home a the Harvey Johnson home. Henry Arndorfer, Jr., with a group of his schoolmates of Wesley drove to West Union to attend the funeral of the Wesley high school coach who was accidentally killed Thanksgiving. Miss Wilma Arend returned from Stacyville, Saturday night, where she had been spending a week visiting her aunt, nnd also being it guest of Irene Fasbender, who is conducting a beauty parlor there. John Kirsch Moves Back to St Joe St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kirsch have sold their lunch room and beer parlor in Fairfax, Minn., and moved back to their St. Joe farm. -The Kirsches bought the lunch room last (prlng and have since lived there and operated it. ^-• »^ Closing Out Sale As I am quitting farming I will sell at my farm, located 3 miles west and «4 south of LuVerne, 4 miles east and one mile south of St. Joe. B miles south of Galbraith, 1 mile east on paving to river bridge, 2 miles east and 1 north of Liver more, on Thursday, December 9th Sale-Starts at 12 Sharp Lunch Served on the Grounds 134 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 134 10 HEAD OF HORSES AND 1 MULE On« roan mare wt. 1760, 11 years old, In'foal, service paid; one sorrel roan mare, wt. 1500, 11 yelrt oldT.foal, service paid; one bay mare, 10 years old, wt 1400; one black mare, wt. 1200 amo^hmouth%ntb"ckma? smooth mouth; on. bay.mare.,coming •j years, weight coming 2 years, wt. 1250; one sorrel gelding, coming 2 years, wt. izso, i Mr. and Mrs. John Orlger of Whittemore spent Thanksgiving at the R. A. Hogans. Alvin Erpeldlng of Trinity College, Sioux City, spent the Thanks- gifing holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas entertained Mrs. Kohlhaas' parents and her brother and siatem and their families at a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving. LUVERNE NEWS 1500; on« roan mare, roan suckling colts; one bay mule, coming 2 years. 76 HEAD OF CATTLE 30 head of white face feeding steers, on feed 90 days, weight about 800 pounds; 20 head Shorthorn feeding «teer» on feed 60 days/weight about 800 pounds; 23 head white face cows, bred for ApHl cllv"nV one Angu, bull, 18 months, gentle; one high grade Guernsey heifer calf, < months old; one roan Shorthorn heifer caU. 6 months old. 47 HEAD OF FEEDING SHOATS Weight about 136 pounds; long time vaccinated Farm Machinery, Harness, Etc. One red 10-20 Farm-All tractor, equipped with high gear and super ground grip Firestone rub- terUrY. £wlastJun£ one International 2-row mounted corn p cker. In A-l condition; on* 2- row corn »*ew equlwnint 21, for UM OB Farm-AJl tractor, new last June; one M inch Internat- [o^ dlw-ow J^hn Deere corn planter with trucks a»d 180 rods of wire, new this year; one M^rmTckTfoot grata binder, in good condition; one John P«ere hay loader nearly new.; row wife iudSwribte hitch; one JohA Deere manure spreader; one 38" foot steel grain elevator, Wto llftLg JackaidI speed jack; 4 wagons with boxes; 2 wagons with hay racks; one anti- Shirley DlmJer spent the holiday with her aunt, Mrs. Gerald Herbener at Mason City. Mrs. Helene Trauger has spent the past week with her sons, Paul and Donald at Des Moinea. Florence Hintz has gone to Fost- orla to stay some time with the' Arnold Hilberts at that place. Rev. and Mrs. Victor Kohlman and children, Royal were guests at the parental Fred Schneider home the last of the week. The Fred Kersteins, Clinton, Minn., were guests of Mrs. Minnie '"echner. Mrs. Albert Boyle, Webster City, also visited Mrs. Fechner. A aon, the third in the family, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nellson at • Burt, Nov. 23. Mrs. VeUson was formerly Cordelia iibtau. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Roth and son, Parian, McGrath, Minn., came for Thanksgiving at the J. 8. Schultz lame. They remained for over the week end and the Dr. J. E. Schultz came for Sunday from Pella. and feed cutter ;one Clipper fanning mill, larger size; one light weight gas wagon; one 110 ^a barrel" one wheel scraper; one handcorn sheller; one seed corn grader, large capacity; «IM nwhta." ^ alfalfa hay forks; one pair hay slings; 4 reed bunks; one 600 biuUry^e 2 pen portable tog house; one set breeching harness; one set back pad leader fly nets; 8 horse collars; one tool grinder with electric motor; one 50 gal a with ^pumpi one town swing; onestwl running gear from threshing machine; one gaUctn steel tJkTone Thompaon 36-ft silo, capacity 160 tons. A large assortment of farm ton*, with triple bo«. a> good - uew. ONE THKESH1NG OUTFIT tractor and 42-64 Aultman Taylor machine. This out- GrSStach farm, one mile west of my place any time before This outfit is in first class condition. Lotts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Wilmnr Wlchten- ahl were Sunday dinner guests at >e Alvin Potratz home. Margaret Fiene who \\-ns home ith her parents, will nurse In the 039uth hospital in Algnnn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer of Whit- imore visited at the Hugo Fnul- ich home Friday afternoon. Lucille and Gertrude Kuecker irere Saturday nnd Sunday visitors ith Carol and Marlon Jnckmnn. Some of the Indies of the Lotta reek Aid will do some quilting at he Carl Zumach home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chb Bell and rene of Whittemore were Sunday fternoon visitors at the Hugo Faul- Ich home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and hyllls and Betty Ann were Sunday fternoon visitors nt the Bill Lein- nger home, Mr. and Mr?. Ed Lieb and son, )uane were Thanksgiving dinner uests at the Wm. Meyer home In Vhiltemore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach attend- d a farm sale last week at the Ed Wllkins. The Wllklns former- lived in Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hint? nnd aughters, Marlon and Caroline and Verona Buss were Saturday supper uests at the Hugo Faulstlch home. Johanna Fiene who has been vls- tlng here with her parent*, return- d Sunday afternoon to Early, Iowa, where she Is teaching domestic clence. Mrs. Richard Potratz gave a birthday party for Ruth Potratz. ["hose who attended were Mr. and tfrs. Alvin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wlchtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W/etzel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz of Whittemore. Cards were played. Danger It is dangerous to drive with cut or broken tires and a cold boot is at best only a temporary repair. Better be safe than sorry. Bring in those tires and have a permanent repair made. We specialize in vulcanizing tires and tubes. Sampson Tire Service Located at 110 State St. West Bend were Thanksgiving din ner guests at the Jesse Van Bus kirk home. Charlotte Kinseth, who under went an appendix operation at th General hospital in Algona, wa brought home Friday. Blanche Henrlckson who tcache at Lone Rock, spent Thnnltsglvin vacation with her parents, Mr. an Mrs. Henry Henrihson. Elliott Kinseth, who attends bus ness college at Mason City, spcn Thanksgiving vacation with h parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kin seth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinseth an family and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and family spent Thanks- jiving day at the Martin Kinseth home at Bradgate. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Jim Vlnaas home were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Evcret Nash and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Vlnnas and family. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Peter Holt home were Mr. and MM. Lee Holt of Sheldon, Mr. and MM. Bernard Jacob* and daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend,)Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniels and sons and Donald Wehrspann. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Tom Olson home were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lcnz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Kalestad nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Olson and daughter, Ole Olson all of Rodman, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lillevig and family. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Roy Telford home were Mrs. Caroline Telford, Mrs. Charles Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zlnnel and daughter, Muriel, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hanson and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family and Mr. and Mrs. Von Bank and son of West Bend. The Isaacsons, Boone, are visiting at the Otto Westllngs. NO WE HAVE NOT MOVED— 'Just east of the sheds LONG'S FOOD SHOP Aultman *> or nuOw arrangement, with No property to be removed until settled for. Gottlieb Hanselman ^^ CoJweU Brwfc,, Hufuboldt Trout graving* Bank, LuVerne Oftee, Clerk Corn Loans Our bank will accept the Federal 50c corn loan papers and will pay over cash immediately for them. Just as soon as your Federal Corn Loan papers have been completed as required, bring them to us for cash. No waiting. Our experience with corn loans in past years assures you of the best of service this year. Iowa State Bank ALGONA K. H. M1LLKH, President II. L. UlLMOliK, Cashier V. L. MtMAHON, Asst- Cashier. 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