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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 25, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 25,1038 North East Kossuth Page FOX HUNT IN 2 TOWNSHIPS BAGS ONE FOX Comb Grant, Springfield; Elmore Man Gets Only Tally I-nkotn: Mm from the north end of the county went fox hunting in Grant and Springfield townships last week Sunday but saw only one fox. which was shot by E.irl Richardson from Elmore. They plan on trying it again soon. Old Resident* Visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Knhl and son, Leslie from Fairmont, were Lakota visitors last week Wednesday while Wells-Fargo Tale Old Stuff, Says Gerled Woman Gerled: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly and Delores attended the show, "Wells-Fargo" In . Algona Sunday p. m. Mrs. Kelly says it was old stuff to her as she had heard it ninny times from her grandfather's knee. It seems that the great- Ernndfathor of Mrs. Kelly and his family started west on the northern trail, headed for Washington in j about 1850. The parents both died on the trail from yellow fever, leaving the son. aged 11. who later became Mrs. Kelly's grandfather. Overcome by Fnmes Mrs, D. O. Friets was overcome b\ the exhaust fumes from n gasoline washing machine on Friday afternoon nnd was ill for a time. Home Made Gamp The writer visited Sunday afternoon in the Gerdis home. She the men attended to business mat- • found the children grouped around ters. The Kah!s are former res- n round table at what seemed to idents of this vicinity, having lived be a game of pool. Upon investiga- and owned for many years the | 'ion she found the children had taken nn old picture frame about 2 by 3 feet and had nailed on the hark of it a piece of wall board. They hnd cut holes at the corners and side renters in the wall board and had made and nailed below the holes little wodden boxes. Then farm just north of town now owned by William Leslie and son. Waiter. Mrs. Harry Moe nnd daughter. Eleanor were Algona callers Thursday. Several little friends helped Carlyle Gerzema celebrate his fourth Wlth a few " marbles and some yard birthday Jan. 13th i sticks held edge up. they were play- Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine. Swea I '"* " a ,^° rbi " p , a ** me of poot City, were business visitors in Lak- ° nc COuld Wlsh to see ' ota last week Wednesdav. „ ... .. ' ... . , r Mrs. Bancroft Ladies Were Guests at The Bleich Home Bancroft: The following ladies attended a dinner party at the ?<Irs. vr i ....... ..,,.n, .jiiin.ii miu Hi^ Martin Bleich home at Titonka on Mrs. Katherme Ajtizer suffered Charles Kessler of Swea City were Thursday: Mesdames A. W. Ken- „ ... .. ... . Mrs. \\ alter Smith and Lakotam Give Worleys Farewell Lakota: Mesdames E. R. Worley George Winter, Harry Moe and Or an O'Keefe entertained the Methodist Aid at the Worleys last week Wednesday afternoon with a gooc crowd out and they enjoyed a soda' afternoon. This will be Mrs. Wbr- ley's last meeting as the family Is leaving for their new home in Mason City this week. The bridge club entertained Mrs E. R. Worley at a one o'clock luncheon at the Mrs. Ida Smiths early last week. Mrs. Worley has been a member since the organization of the club. She was presented with a pink linen table cloth and eight napkins to match. The afternoon was spent playing bridge nnd vis- ting. Herman Dontjes, Gerled, Greet Stork Gerled: Born Tuesday night to Hr. and Mrs. Herman Dontjc, a pirl. This gives the Dontjes a family of three boys and three girls. Miss Minn Gerdis Is assisting in the home. Widow of Man Killed By Car Is Seriously II Ledyard: Mrs. Balvance, widow of the late Herman Balvance, was seriously 111 with pneumonia ant nervous trouble last week. Underfrom Operation John Krammesmeier underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital in Algona lasl week Monday. Mrs. Unk Hostess On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs D. A. Link, ntertained at an Aid tea at her home. The following ladies were guests. Mesdames Edward Halverson. Asa Warner, Geo. Looft. H. E. Frey. Rose Moulton. Bert Seifert and L. C. Strand. an attack of mumps last week, and ! g\i was quite sick for a few days. j Fi nests of their friend. Mrs. i i-'inn, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball went to Burt last week Sunday where they j were dinner guests of the Edward > Thaves. I Mr. and Mr?. Donald Lester, of Boone. visited the Vance Lesters ; last week Wednesday. The men • are brothers. ! Mrs. R. Enr.en. who has been sick for several weeks, is recovering, and was able to sit up a little while ' -Mrs. L. I. Finn early last week. J- E. Telcamp drove to Algoni last week Monday evening to attend a meeting of the Rural Electrification association. Frank Miller has been suffering L. I. nedy. R. E. Hutton. C. M. Baker. | Joe Fox. L. J. Mouse!. After the •with an infection caused by run' ning; a sliver into his finger, but is reported recovering. Irvin Koppen went to the F. G. Torines near Swea City Thursday where h* will help Mr. Torine on the farm for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Telcamp and daughters. Mesdames Alvin and Cort Rippentrop were Swea City visitors last week Tuesday. Dorothy, daughter of the P. C. Koppens, has not been well for some time, but was taken worse last week and Is still under the doctor's care. August Schaumberp and family of Buffalo Center and Miss Mina Gerdis, were Sunday visitors in the O!e Gerdis home. Mrs. Albert Friets of Elmore ' spent Friday at the home of the ; r>. O. Friets. where she assisted as I the family were getting settled in j their new home. Mrs. Friets then 1 spent the evening with her mother, Lakotam Take Week End Trip Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Clar- tables. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy was awarded first prize, Mrs. Lv J. Mousel won second and Mrs. Lillie Woods of Titonka received low prize. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Mrs. B. A. Itorey were in Algona last Tuesday. Mrs. George Thompson was a Swea City caller Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dontje re the parents of a daughter born "uesday. Jan. 18. Mrs. Peter Johnson of Bancroft visited at the Edward Halverson home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Julius Jensen of Buffalo Center visited her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Karels and son of Vernon Center, Minn., visited over the week end at the homes of Mrs. J. Troff and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barnes ana daughter of Blue Earth. Mr. and SISTERS TO CARE FOR YOUNGSTERS Swea Woman Helping Ou After Death and Injuries Strike Swea City: Viola and Lulu Net tleton of Steins, 111., started schoo' in district No. 3 last week, and will make their home with this sister, Mrs. Tankard Carlson. The girls came here with their father, A. D. Nettleton for the burial ol their mother here Jan. ll. Mr. Nettleton is staying with his son, Raymond, at Estherville, who is slowly recovering from a serious back njury he received while pushing a cnr on Jan. 4. lOOCf. For Electricity Myron Johnson attended n meet- np of Rural Electrification nt Alrona last week Monday evening. iVhen the electrification survey was made in Eagle township some time back, farmers were almost 100 per ent for electricity. dinner bridge was played at two Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson and family of Elmore were Sunday guests at the parental Albert Barnes home. The first game of the north half of the girls' county tournament was Hebron Twp News f Wnrren Diebler is driving a r>ew ord V-8 which he purchased Li^t Saturday. Harry Diebler of Algonn visited ast Monday with his brother. Waren Dieblcr. Woodrow Kracht had the misfortune of breaking a bone in his finger while cranking a car recently. Myrna Lee Gardner of East Chain visited several days last \vcek at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Frank Looft. Mrs. James Kuchynka returned home last week after a ten-day visit with her daughter. Mrs. Noble Park at DCS Moines. A number of friends enjoyed a social evening at the new home of the O. L. Thorsons last week Friday evening. Lunch was served at West Bend People Buy Jefferson Cafe West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch moved their household goods to Jefferson Tuesday where they have purchased a cafe. Mrs Kollasch has been employe! at the Franklin Hotel as a cook and he has a repair shop In the Mants harness shop. Mrs. l^eH Hostess The W. H. and f. missionary society met at the home of Mrs. H. R. Bell Friday at three o'clock with the president, Mrs. B. P. McFarland in charge. After the business meeting, Mrs. Wm. Johnson- talked on home missions and Mrs. Carl Vohs on foreign missions. Mrs. Needing gave some of her original poems, Mrs. Frank Mikes and Mrs. Alma Kongsbach drove to Fort Dodge on Wednesday to visit Mrs. -Kong* Bach's sister. They also called on ler niece, at Hardy Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller rc- :urned Thursday night from Des Moines, where the doctor attended he veterinarians' convention. Mrs. Dorweller visited In the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Crotts and on, Allen of Dayton, were calling 'ii friends here, Saturday, and pent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bertha Johnston. They were form- r residents of this place and Mr. 'rotts had a blacksmith shop here until two years ago. Put Your Idle Dollars To Work 4% paid played Friday night and the Led- a late hour yard girls defeated Grant 60 to to. „ " „ T Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gushing ro- Good Health Beings Happiness ( Eojor your•ell — be map- py. >lrrt, full ol rifor. You don't have to be tired and run di>wn. Try CO KV AN TABLETS the tcientific t o m c which ...... lielpt lo tunthe and build up jour nervoui intern. Get that Ion appetite Lack. Blood which ii undrrfecl cannot I* e»t«-ct. ed to feed »our liodj—thal'i rca...n. • Me. unl it? Would!,'! it t< ,,„• •il.le to Luild up the Mood and let nature take ill course? Ask us how you may try Corvan Tablet' without risk. DON'T BE HALF WELL. GET CORVAN TABLETS TODAY ence Baum and Mr. and Mrs. Max Keith of Lakota brought Edna | Schultz home Wednesday night who had been employed at the Will Baum home for the past two weeks. They made an extended visit in Pocahontas the same evening. Ledyard Noses Out Swea City, 25-23 Ledyard: On Tuesday evening the Ledyard boys' basketball team defeated Swea City by a score of 25 to 23. The game waa close and exciting throughout This is only the second time Ledyard has defeated Swea City. The second team also defeated Bw«a'B second team. W. F. 5t Society On last Tuesday evening, the Women's Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Mrs. Joe Mayne led the devotions and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke led the lesson. RADIO Service SatLsfcVtory .Service in Aljixnia siiK-o lf>22 Ed Genrich AtBjustrom's Mrs. Joe Loos and Esther visited Mrs. Grace Beckstein last Tuesday night. Mrs. Selmer Matheson has been quite ill with gallstones the past few days. Omer Legrled was under the weather last Thursday and had to miss school. Berdean Frandlc was an Ledyard plays Lakota in the second round. On Wednesday evening a party was held in the basement of the Methodist church for the purpose of arousing interest in a Sunday- School contest to be held soon. About 60 attended. On last Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris entertained at a card party. Those who attended were MJ-. and Mrs. Arthur Krammesmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hilferty, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gel- night visitor with Phyllis Jagerson last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bruna and baby visited Wednesday night at the Oscar Frandles. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and her children spent last Monday with Mrs. Clarence Ha 1 Mand. Carl and Lawrence Badje have been sick with a cold for the past week and had to miss school. Mrs. Louis Corhus attended the funeral of her brother, John, last W«dnM*b>y. In Ulnneajnlhi . ir . , The community sale held at Stevens last Thursday was well attended and everything sold quite well. Oscar Legrled drove to Forest City last Wednesday and made an over night visit with his sister, Mrs. Paul Klipping. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson and baby spent last Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Ingebritson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson, Mr. und Mrs. Henry Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge spent last Thursday at the Adrian Hau.skins. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale, Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Shirley and Glendin were dinner guests ut the Martin Thompson home Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Anderson and Leonard, Mrs. Carl Hauskin, Mrs. Joe Sandum and Mr. and Mrs, Adrian haus, Irvin and Carl Krammes- over meier and Alma Verio. The M. E. Ladies' Aid met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. N. A. Pingle. This was the first turned last Saturday from Portland. Oregon, and are visiting at the home of Mr. Cushing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gushing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston and son, Tommy Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson and their daughter, June, and son. Lowell, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson were supper guests of the O. A. Jensons last Monday. Leslie Hanson. Philip Holcomo together with J. August Peterson of Swea City drove to Iowa City a week ago last Sunday, returning Monday. Mr. Holcomb remained for treatment at the University hospital. meeting since the holidays and a | large crowd attended. Three new members were added • to the roll. Mrs. Edward Halverson, Mrs. Chas. Bashara and Mrs. Jule Seifert. Hauskin attended Tuesday. a shower last 5 More Big Days To Save $75 USED CARS—TEUCKS AT $75 LESS THAN LAST YEAR to .splendid public acceptance; of our new V-8 Cars, and ivcinulitioiird used cars and trucks, we've .sold 21 uuir.s Mm-,* January 1-Jth. That means that, we have almost a new stock of used cars and trucks to choose from. \\VYe put them through our shop, cleaned them up, and made necessarv repairs—AND THEY'KK READY TO (JO. January Clearance Sale Now On - These Cars and Trucks Must Go - They're Priced Right and Sold As Advertised . . . Every Car Is Priced Below Market, Our Customers Tell Us. Kve- Sales LAKOTA NEWS Ing of the Methodist church waa held at the J. H. Warburtons last week Monday evening, with 16 present. The leaves slaters report that their nephew, Denton Thaves from Burt is in a hospital in Algona recovering from an appendicitis operation. The Louis Stcnzels, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loos. Edward and Esther and Harold Koppen drove to Sherburn, Minn., last week Sunday to visit Mr. Loos' brother and family. Jerry Ukemi and Karl Ogren attended a luncheon in Algona last week Wednesday with the International Harvester Company as host and a business meeting followed. Mrs. Jerry Heetland left last week Monday evening for Algona and Tuesday morning accompanied Lucile I'epoon, home demonstration agent and Mrs. Brown to Ames, where they spent the day, leaving Tuesday night for Dea Moines to attend the Farm Bureau annual convention. Mr. and Mra. J. H. Warburton drove to the Alrec Boeckhuldt farm home, five miles southeast of Titonka last week Monday to help Joe Faulkner celebrate his 73rd birthday Mr. Faulkner is Mrs. Boeck- holdt's father and he makes his home with her since the death of his wife last spring. Mr. Faulkner and Mr. Warburton are cousins. Swea City Church Groups To Meet Twice Thia Week .Swea City: Hostesses for the M. Iv Ladies' Aid society meeting on Wednesday afternoon are the Mes- liarnes Howard, Harvey and David Hosier. The lesson study will be directed by the pastor, the Rev. H. !•: Harvey. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Ira Hewitt and music by Airs. Harold Evans. Hostesses for the Baptist Ladies' Guild, which will meet in the hall St. Joe People At Whittemore Bridal Shower St. Joe: Invitations were received here by friends and relatives for a miscellaneous shower in the Whittemore hall, Sunday, January of Mr. and Mrs. Ea?l Sheppard and will become the bride of Loufs Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schumacher, of Whittemore. Boy at Ernst Home Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ernst are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday, Jan. 15th. This is their first child. The infant was baptized Robert Joseph Sunday in the St Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John Erpcldin;?. Alfred Reding is suffering from a severe attack of influenza. Ray Becker assisted the past two weeks with the farm duties at thj j Peter Kaysers and Monday he will | start work for Peter Krpelding. Mr. and Mrs. John Berte were , Thursday afternoon visitors at the | Eugene Thul home west of Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Antoan Weydert drove to Rochester, Minn., Saturday to bring home Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fiach. Mr. Fiseh had gone there for medical treatment. A large number from this vi.;- inity attended the funeral Monday morning of Peter Brass in St. Joseph's church here. Mr. Brass was a brother of the late Mike Brass of here Mrs. James Weydert and son, Irwin, MrH. Bernard Devine and Raymond Thilges went to Des Moines Saturday to bring home James Weydert who was a patient in a Des Moines hospital the past month. Joe Fuhrmann and three children of Chicago apent several days the first of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann and other relatives. Thia is the first visit Mr. Fuhrmann has made her since he moved to Chicago with his family five years ago. Two Card Parties In Bancroft Homes Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Enos Konhke entertained at five tables Friday afternoon are the Mesdames | of bridge Sunday evening. Mrs. D. W. Fults, Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe I Peter Kramer received high for the und Lydia Eckholm. The lesson ladies and R. J. Welp was awarded topic ia "Shining Windows" and the leaders are Mrs. Rachel Stockman und Mrs. Otto Jensen. Music will be given by the ladies' quartette. tu lit any [jocketbook. save a JM8 license- .stock of u:se<l Kent Motor Co. Son ut Van AUtine* Mr. and Mrs. AnNdy Van Alatlne became the parents of a son Wednesday. The little fellow has been named Andrew Bruce Van Alutine. Farewell Party The Loren Byera family will be honor (jueaU ut a farewell party at the (Juild Hall, Wednesday evening. Jan. 26th. Mr. Byera who is afflict- c'J with asthma is seeking a climate where he can have belter health. He, with his family, plan to leave in a abort time. Jol.,i Haglund haa been having a serious lime with some tooth ex- llitl t.'OIIS. 'Jvr.-ild iemeyer will be the director for i he town band this year. He Mii-iecil.i A. B. Tweeten. Mrs. Chailes Kesaler and Mrs. W. SttjiUi, (Jerled were guesU of Mrs. Iris Finn at Gerled last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Schnester of Blue Earth visited John Reuliel who haa been laid up with ao injured foot since laat fail. high prize for the men. Mr». Joe Fox won cut prize for the ladle*. Twenty-seven relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox on their 17th wedding anniversary, Monday evening. Five hundred waa played. Mrs. Henry Fox won high prize for ladies and Lewis Dudding won the high score for the men. Mrs. Kverttt Harris of Burt won the cut prize. Mr. and Mra. Fox were presented with a gift in honor of the occasion. Torn Ferguson who lived southwest of Swea City about 15 years ago, came Wednesday for a visit at the Alton Ferguson home. BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS rate, long term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no ElJVY AHU He!** Utdg. Aigooa, Iowa 1-tf H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling 33-tl Attractive Earnings All investments and savings are insured by nn instrumentality of the U. 8. Government up to $5,000.00. Open an account today: you will be surprised to find the speed With which your dividends accumulate. 4%— with guaranteed safety—is one of the soundest investments you can make. Take a tip from others— find out about it, today! Algona Federal Savings & Loan ALGONA, IOWA H. R. Cowan, President; M. G. Norton, Vice Pres.; C. R. LaBarre, Secy-Treas.; G. W. Stlllman, Counsel; M. P. Weaver, H. M. Hauberg, A. L. Peterson, Frank Kohlhaas, Members of Board ^HOUIEWARE AND APPLIANCE ENDS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5TH ROYBLUE FLASHLIGHT CELLS SALE PRICK 2>« 7* GLOVES OR MITTS Double Quitted SaJe Price e|B6 Per Mr..A3 Y Once 9n tf £ifcetime REFRIGERflTDR SflLE! Smooth Worm Ctotln Batktt Repilar «»c BALE PRICK 59* SAVE $40.00 K«r UM MMrit •* mE-SCMON MVINOS Check Thta OotsUndtac Array at Feature* • fSexaKr HlUn Fine* • •BrMnGlMt Mixing Bowb Btf.ffi HIOH TUT CLOTHES LINE M Ft., rtfTJ Sale Price.. .51 Y Braided Cottikt Urw, Son.. l?e 4 C«Me Foot Sbo. Btmdd MO for IUMO. f*f A CA Sale Price r i 9a9U • Cubic Foot Slie. Should ••ii for iiatjo ma en SaJe Price *99eOU S2.M Wk., toy. MeeitMy GuararttMd Alarm Clock A f 1.00 V.lue BALE PUCK 89* U.83 Atl Coppei WASH f? OILER s 1 raicB i Sturdily Brace* IRONING BOARD Ret. Me,.ale price loco noun LIGHT BULBf O.K. LICENSED *« M or 40 Watt Us MWatt Ite TlorlOOW.ttlSc PolUhMop SALE PRICK 29* ^ 2 Coll Foctulru SPOTLIGHT Leu Batter iei SALE PklCK 49* DELUXK ApelUnc* Ce Ouuaalee4 1 ft. Bale O Price .3 • POOT Heater Cer* 17e Salt) Oi IVOIV ENAMELWAK U Qt. Water Ml, i Qt. D*uMt> •cMee-, I Qt. Cewee-e* Hctttev Mefc- Mn,» Cue) rerateU - •*•» fit, ee- t Qt. Te*v kfttte. Vee MC..YOUII CHOICeVKA. 6 ;:!..";,v B BATTERIES AND CHARGING FOR 1 YEAR ON A BATTERY V: RADIO OOIONADO I TDK TOM CtliMi Fim Otit*U AU IUe extra mer- ehudlMuileen- Iceiaoflerediiied- ditloa to re«uUr atr* Iwwnr duty orixi&al e4ulpnuiil oo tkk AU-WaTe, Tone Column Con•ole. B. C. A. U- ceued. Cub •S9.9S 12 Quart Dairy Pails Ref. I lor I1.1T 3 "89* 4-SCWED •ROOM 2nd TIRE AT V 2 PRICE 2 IMW TrtM .MtoM WM la* Pair &Y..69* 11 In. r«IUhe« SIM •40-lf MO IT ..... BU It i.0* 1» ..... e,T» It ..... I.M, i.i» 11 Tire »1».IT *ll.M 11.M 10.M »Jt t.M 'wo Tube. IiMlu4e4 llt.M U.M . v Mxf H t.M .it LSeJt JTk», E*cfe as* TIGER WINTER MOTOR OIL Vkiwt «l W below Ireeiuit. Ci>ei uunplet* U QUART CMEAMCAN BALK PIUCB 39« IMSTAIXU nm ""^"T'OW CUf •ATTfRV blue Battery. Ouartuteod !F;1 VhuTu If moatlK. Sale price, KITCHEN UTENSILS 8poon«, ladlea, <wka, cmo opooeii. GAMBLE STORES

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