The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 25, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. Iowa. Jan, 25,1938 WESLEY PTA TO STUDY HIRE OF TO AINED NURSE Wesley: With the local Parent Teachers Association having sign ed up members, the newly organ ized group seems headed for successful year of work. A committee was appointed t investigate costs and" other Inform atlon in getting a trained nurse fo the examination of children in th< Wesley schools. Thomas Forburger, treasurer, wai named chairman of the finance com mittee and Miss Gesina Schutter chairman of the committee to ge subscriptions for the parent-teach- era' magazine. \ Kx-Donn Woman Dies Friends here and relatives In the Doan neighborhood received word Monday of last week of the sudden death of Mrs. Mae Anderson, who di£d from a heart attack while attending a picture show at CJarfleld. Utah, to where the family moved several years ago. Among relatives from here who left that evening for Garfield were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Van Hansen and Mrs. Loyal Young. Mrs. Ole Flom will be hostess to the Prlscilla Phoebe society at her home north of town this Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson and family of Detroit Michigan, were here the part week visiting Schut- «r. Fox and Hanson relatives. The Frank Johnson and Art Larson families and Mrs. Lena Larson were entertained Sunday for dinner at the home of the Palmer Pearsons at Britt Both Edraond and Gordon Loeblg, employed at Algona, spent several days at their parental home here last week suffering with a siege of sore throat and flu. Mrs. Forrest Putney of Denver, Colorado, was expected here the middle of this week for a visit with her sister. Mrs. J. L. Haverly at Wesley, and another sister, Mrs. Will Becker at Algona. Christian Peters who was a patient in the hospital in Mason City for two months suffering from a blood clot in his arm, is improving and was able to return to his home north of town last week. Hugo Meyer Gets Birthday Send-off Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Hug Meyer entertained at a six o'cloc dinner Wednesday evening in hono of Hugo's 30th birthday. Amon. those who were present were Mr and Mrs. William Meyer and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer am son, Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Henr; Lauck and son, Henry, Jr., ani daughter, Lucille, Mr. and Mrs Martin Meyer and sons, James. Ed ward and David of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer from St Joe Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son Duane. of Lotts Creek and Myrtle Barber of here. The evening was spent at 500 Edwin Lieb winning high for the men and Leonard Meyer low anc Mrs. Albert Meyer high for the lades and Mrs. Leonard Meyer low. A delicious lunch was served at the lose of the evening. The four circles of the Methodist ladies' Aid met last Wednesday with Mrs. Fred Seefcld. Mrs. Oliv- T Young. Mrs. H. D. Emory and Mrs. Emil Wester, as the four hostesses, each in their own homes. The Messrs and Mesdames George Idrich. Halvor Flom and Lester ease drove to Burt Thursday night where they attended the January meeting of the county organization f the American Legion and Aur- BURT AREA HIT BY ATTACK OF SCARLET FEVER Burt: The Fraser school southwest of Burt was closed last week on account of scarlet fever. Almost all of the pupils had what was thought to be measles, but when a doctor was called for Mrs. Kenneth Strnyer, who came down with It, it was found she had scarlet fever. Mrs. Strayer hnd cared for her four little children and is in very serious condition and under the care of a trained nurse. The C. B. Huffman and Matt Becker homes have also been placed under quarantine. TheMan About Town Says Marriage No Bar to Athletics; Single Girls lose in Fenton Tilt repre- You can save yourself money on a fine FUR COAT © -3T IS iary. Carl T. Franzen returned home on Friday evening from Des Moines. where he had been since Wednesday attending the state farm bureau convention. Joseph Skow attended the convention also, senting Wesley township. Mrs. H. J. Braley who has been ailing since about New Years was taken to Iowa City, Wednesday, by Mr. Braley where she is confined to the University hospital there taking treatments for arthritis In the hip. Their son, Alson is a doctor in the eye clinic at the University, and keeps in daily touch with his mother. Mrs. Tillie Loebig had as her house guest last week Miss Bar-1 bara Lauman of Britt. Sunday for dinner guests at the Loebig home | were Lewis Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Virtor Simmons of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jacobs and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clapssddle. Monday the Oppedal boys and Lew Bruns of Titonka were visitors In the Loebig home. ' You'll want one of these smart, man-tailored SUITS d ™.*"!.!! risfhilles O "IP 'V> n. SB Roy Ollom Better Mrs. Roy Ollom returned last week Tuesday from Iowa City, vhcre she had been several we«ks vith her husband, who had an operation at the University hospital. She left him much improved and xpccting to come home soon. Mrs. N. M. Godfredson, Swen City, pent Friday at the home of her on, Cecil God(rcdsbn and her ather, J. O. Isenberger. Mrs. Frank Smith and three hiidren. Algona. spent a few days ast week at the home of Mrs. mith's mother, Mrs. Augusta Beitz. G. W. Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook and the Lawrence Stainbrooks attended a Farm Bureau meeting at Des Moines from Monday to Friday. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 26, with Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill and Mrs. W. H. Vogel are the assisting hostesses. Myron Melnzer and Harold Stew nrd were business visitors at Kensington, Minn., on Wednesday and Thursday. They visited Myron's sister, Mrs. Carl Lovstad and brother, Roy. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine and little granddaughter. Colleen Crawford, visited from Tuesday to Saturday with relatives at Osage and on Wednesday attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Volentine's uncle, A. H. Noah. Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained at a dance in the Stachle hall Tuesday evening, the affair being a library benefit, one of a scries of events being given by different members of the Burt Woman's club. Andy Anderson in the role of fireman was seen running down the long hall carrying a blazing waste paper basket in an outstretched arm. He knew not where to go nor anything to do but run and shout. • • • Chan. LnRarre has a vacant lot. A neighbor shoveled the walk three times for nothing. Chas, then paid to have it cleaned the rest of the season. Since, there has been no snow. Chris Wnlltikait transacts business over a desk made In a stylish manner from egg cases. Results are excellent. • » • Humboldt Is one standpat county left In the state. All elective county offices are filled by republicans. Robert Schoby lost valuable government papers and advertised for them through the newspaper. They were returned in a neat package by mail. Bob doesn't know who to thank. (Again the newspaper scores). Fenton:, Who said marriage Inter ferred with excellence in the field of athletics? At least the results of a basket ball game played between the mar ried women and high school girls at the Methodist aid society baske social in the high school gym her last Wednesday, would prove tha the married women are superior They defeated the high school girls 32 to 6. The independent team won from Lone Rock by a scon of 28 to 12 in another contest. And, incidentally, the Ladies Aid cleared *$27. to 18, MIII.- iirt.' niuti- m all wool --. in n.ivy gn-y. i>\- hlai k ami brown. Plain ,11 in,n harks. I'rict'd S1-.H3 upward*. Musical Program At 4-Corner Club Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughtrs club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Evelyn McNeil. A musical program was given after the business and was as follows: song, Jacqueline Lowman; vocal solo, Lucille Rich playing her own guitar accompaniment; piano solo, Alice Ditsworth; whistling solo. Elite Llndeman, accompanied on th» piano by Pearl Potter; vocal duet, Irene Bjustrom and Ruth Harlan, accompanied at the piano by Evelyn McNeil and a piano solo by Pearl Potter. Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank, and Mrs. Laura Ricker were guests. The next meeting will be »t the Noble Mitchell home. It will be an all day meeting with husbands as guests. A son was born to Mr. (iml Mrs. Hoberl Ward lit the Kossuth hospital .Sunday morning at one it. m. Mrs. Hen Sloter entertained members of her card club at the jmrentiii Evi-rrtt Withum home last Friday The Merman LindemariH. Algona, .-.pent the overling at the Wm. Oruy- ton home and the Arthur Alexanders were at the Kdward Hiohs. The Union No. 7 I'. T. A. group will Yneet this Friday evening at the Wm. Draytons if roads und weather permit, if not, it will be at the Kdw.'ird Hich home. Heavyweight Banwart of the high schoo] wrestling squad has had tough going in finding practice mates. Our guess is the finding will be even tougher for a volunteer from uptown put on the trunks and emerged with broken ribs. Drinking in this year A. D. is universal and almost as common as smoking. Our police force is broadminded enough to realize that. They are to be commended the way they handle the situation. Folks imbibing too freely are asked to go home. Occasionally they are driven there. Others are abusive and insulting and are treated accordingly. All in all, give the cop a pat on the back. Boy Scout Promotions Hadley Bailey, Vernon Ohm, Herbert Krause and Melvln Elmore have passed their last and toughest requirement to complete their tenderfoot ranking ind are now full- fledged Second Class Scouts. Lyle Welsbrod and Harlan Holldorf have passed tests in first aid. Verlln Espe and Howard Schulte will probably be awarded the rank of Second Class Scouts soon. Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad a new Oldsmobile on Bunny Jones, that handsome and graceful drum major of the high school band, is earning his own way through ."chool by shining shoes. Two other boys in late years polished shoes to help themselves and are now good business men though still youngr. • • • Wm. C. (Billy) Dau entered a sample of car painting at Mason City and took first place among the work of over four hundred others. Carlyle Becker was surrounded by kids Sunday while he made snow men for the.y. If these kids could all vote Carlyle would be assured of the nomination for recorder, .vhich he is seeking. 'W.JWJ*.* f.'f'fr** Buy Bret-din* < attlr Thut An- ShorUiurn C.*nh Are M*«c A liuZLi; ff the ma,-', rchaMi- h < (KNTKAI. b> R*-puLibU- hi'tt-ii i All S Shorthorn Sale '." U- ;•• WEBSTER CITY, IOWA Monday, Jan. 31 Fifty Two Cattle will be sold 23 Bulls 29 Females Ill IH.--.1 li- U' bi- ahlp eb^arN'. Wltll puii tin ii ANNEX '• luui' laki "irr Ui i ^a i h> l 'I'l- I" "IJ| Jill),. of tlii' Party calling the Irvington ele- tor, "Got any cow mineral over there?" "Yes, we've got some." "Alright, I'U be right over." Party drtvttig tip hi track, «1 want 600 pound* of that cow mineral I called you about" "Cow mineral? Goshf We have not got arip of that "I thought you said cow manure." • • • North KoMuth town* have formed a baseball league. No two better men could be found to head the league than Jeff Hanifan of Hwcn City and Nick 'Jengler of I-otts Creek. The men are qualified to the tee in bam;ball waya. Now H the time to talk it up and i lend them your support. I Mr. and purchased Friday. Mrs. Harry Widdel and Mrs. Alvin Zumach are among the sick in Fenton, though not seriously. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod arid Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained at three tables of bridge last week Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Qulnn are parents of a boy born Thursday. The Qulnns now have a family of four boys. The Adolph Hanson and the Ervin Huskamp homes were released from scarlet fever quarantine last week. John Ranney arrived here from North Dakota Tuesday for a visit with his brother, O. J. Ranney and with other relatives in Armstrong The Fenton Hatchery, which has been operated for several years by Raymond Stoeber, was taken over by Lloyd Creery of Spirit Lake last week. The Fenton Forward 4-H club will meet with Irene Krause on I Saturday, January 29. The members are requested to bring their sewing. M. E. Burwash, farmer east of Fenton. was taken to the Kossuth hospital Thursday where he submitted to an emergency append- icitis operation. He Is getting along nicely. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained their bridge club Thursday evening. Fred Newel and Mrs Charles Newel won the high score prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler played for absent members. Mrs. Clarence Theesfield entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Tletz won the high score prize and Mrs. Amos Finnestad the travel. Mrs Harvey Higley was ft club guest Mr. and Mrs. Edward Priebe entertained at seven tables of 500 at their home Friday evening. High score prizes were won by Mrs. C. F. Wegener and Ervin Grem'mels and low by Mrs. Carl Beck and Martin Hantelman. BANCROFT MAN WED SATURDAY Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jarry drove to Des Mdlnes Friday o attend the wedding of Mr. Garry's brother, Nell, to Marie Rlchter t Des Moines, Saturday. Neil was , resident of Bancroft until his graduation from St. John's high chool in 1038. Miss Richter also ttended St John's high school here or several years. They will make their home in Des Moines. LUVERNE COUPLE WED 40 YEARS LuVerne: The fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Reddel, January 16th, was the occasion for an assembling of a group of their friends at a dinner at their home. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Henricks and daughter, Mallard, were out of town guests. Several nice gifts were received by the bride and groom. Mrs. H. D. Meyers and Mrs. Pearl Conoway were hostesses to a number of guests at the Meyers home Wednesday evening. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, gs. 16720. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 10th day of December, 1937, n favor of Home Owners' Loan Corporation ns plaintiff, and against Lews Elke as defendant, for the sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-Three an« 10-100 (13433.10) Dollars and costs, taxed at Eighty- seven and 23-100 ($87.23) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied up- n the following described Real iroperty as the property of the said Lewis Elke to satisfy said,execution,, to-xvlt: The south Twenty-two (22> feet of the North Forty-six (48) feet of Lot Five (6) of Block Twenty- eight (28) In Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may he necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on th» 14th day of February, 1938, at the* east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., of Sftldl day. when and where due attendance will be given by the underslgr.- bated this 7th day of January, 1938. CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. Fred J. Keefe, Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-5. £Z FOOD STORES Broken Sliced Sultana Pineapple 2 No. 2% cans 35c Sliced or Halved Del Monte Peaches 2 No. 2% cans 39c Sultana Peanut Butter 2 Ib. jar 22c Ann Page Salad Dressing qt. jar 27c Ann Page Tomato Ketchup 14 OK. bot. lOc Heinz Soups four 16 oz. cans 49c (Except Clam Chowder, Chicken Gumbo or Consomme) Nectar Green Tea % Ib. pkg. 15c TeaSiftings _1 1 Ib. pkg. lOc Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. No. 4350 in District Court, January Term. 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Markgraf. Deceased, dated October 7. 1936. having been this day filed, opened and read. Wednesday, the 23rd day of February. 1938. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court *o( said Ooantjr, or tte* Ctnfe or and at ten o'clock A. 1ft, of the day above mentioned all person* interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said inntru- i ment should not b« probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa, January 24, 1938. KATHARINE MtEVOY. C'ierk 'il District Court ALMA I'KAKHO.V. Deputy Sullivan. McMahon & Lir.nan attorney). 4., I will he a can- didate for reelection as KOSSUTH COUNTY RECORDER Venn be appreciated. J. J. Dooley Colwell Live Stock AUCTION Pair Grounds, Algona, Friday, Jan. 28 This sale, held weekly, is attracting an immense crowd of stock buyers, farm buyers and visitor*, not even standing room. Needless to say, we arc having a real sale. The consignor* have confidence here that they can sell their stock for all it is worth on a competitive market The buyer* know In advance that there will be plenty of stock to bid on, where the laat bid own* the stock. Starting on veal calve*, hern I* where the fireworks starts. Aiwa}-* a good number to select from. Summer and fall calves too large for veal sell next. HOGS—Feeding pig*, boars, brood sow*. Laat week we had 150 head which sold very well. Sheep—bred ewe« and lamb*: not too many, but always some. HORSES—Will have some good work home* for this rale. Red roan mare, age 7 in foal; Red roan gelding, age 7; Mack mare, age S. Several good smooth mouth hone*, 1 Shetland pony already listed. CATTLE—Will have a good number of itockera, heifer* and steer* that hare been on feed. few that e«a« reeommeBded f «r ntOdi \ •* «*r«»er, eutUt* and fat cattle tha* MO by weight. ta any *«oek yea wteh to MO. Ton win be Mttefled wttfc jam cheek. We nave demand for a great nuay more than *r« get, Gorernment teated *eale*. Settlement* promptly. l| Iowa SUte Bank. Clerk wvuwvwv H. M. ColwelL Mgr. Colwell Bro*, Aucta. Classified Ads For Sale KOIl SA1.K Teiirn Li-llny ' Mllltll. tWH Of of hone*, Uo>le, nix KOK SAI.K HOW with hvi; (/.SKI J'. & O gang horiu.' Umlun hitch HieririK .Store. Al^ H !••()!{ SALK I ivtrr, Alu<"i'i 25 K2. SAI.K I>. I. 'I'. , Mi Ailhur. K0|{ HI i' li KAI.K IU •• lii.r.-<- K n» ,., Ill-rung Ktnri-. lilt .SAI.K Hut •«-.i Jidin H II Mi , nuir Al/on |.i, ny, i.orri-1 C(..r/u 4 worli of * . Atif.ttl i r<i\> lan IfjfJ Ht-rfH. gr**l til'lK* . Atif.ttl Vi »cre.H fiHHluri: tinl $70 per in re. Triune farm* will hnvf tr, r,r f.r,\rl within 11 very short hm* in <,«\>-.r tO «*t |<0!|l|<M4Jfjri. HAfXMfif* * FAJJtK.VIMf.Vr.K I I.K'I' tin* ur t'i'1 H f -,ini/.f trjMe ti All woi-k KH i '1'trn ,H<rvirc HAI.K iK Mi lini.l, 1,11-1,1 t riiiK li I >i cri nly ln<|uiru or A'lvain c Suit At .\lur\rl N.U. 1 It.t I Al.u, Will Juhaauji. Sale Aui-liuui.-cT, J. K. i'.nill.. L».» ML 1" |iau.- "Hi (I Inn lot uf doiilik- hc;n. iji. i-liclnl', iti $J ",M f li kill Mil- up !.,.) n .iii'i ui i, ail KOK SAI.K UHI.| Inli-riiutionul 1H0.1.-I C-! pickup I. W. H. Mi< 'urinii k-lJtcriiig MUM-. Algoim. 4 KOK HALE IJ.M fini grimier M< ( ' Store, Algufia. K-i,,,li burr m k-l>cerlfiy 4 KOK WALK I!:,,,| I'J.M Kuril p ton LWB trui k will) Kmin xiili- iimi htock rark. MiConiilrk-lH-pr ui« Store, Al«i)iiu KOIt HAI.K U.,1.,1 Mrr,,rniirk lUt-ring Nu 4 maiiun :,|irru<U>r. MrCwiiiK h I >n img Sinn- Al^iui < l'.OI 1 IN .it K;iirij.tK/n'fi Tint Hi-r- whi-ii in Hi-fi </f a LIH» : <J tire or i'.AI.K 'I wo i\fn r. room "• <. with K,ti:ixf. JUK!, rifin- Olll lo'.|ti<| Mi/IOI'XOtll Hfll] '.<n oih'-r Klin inn] 1'hllljpn "'" 4H'-lf KOU W.- MAI.K «;i,i.i| Mum [i«li ire •I f'.r M;m li und April fftr- '* huff lllu\ )tHTIt:fl, fullt'rl 'I ii-hlid pijIMit. r:. ('. Hu.m, For Rent KOIt KKNT KOI,HIM. i!«y or week. Hii'ii. Kriinkl. 704 H Minnesota, t Wanted Anniversary Sale KOK KurJ Stun 1 . SAI.K 11.-,,.,I I W.i modi-1 piiiu-l. Mi Cumin li I (i-trii K<Ht SAI.K 2fi lu-,,,1 pm Spoil nl i'olanil I'liinii In M| I Hi,- in April. All viii . in,,U',I null.-, Murllu' VVIiittrinuri 1 , piivi'iiitiit. Mike l-'i )I4 SALE Half ;,c ( lion. <i mil,:, .• oiuhvvi'.^t of Titunku, aoil. buili!- inj;., mui fi-m-cs, nil guoil. enmll i.i^.ii jiii>uii'j)l, baluiiri- t.isy tcrin.s. (itlu-r Kii^hutli county (arms ul:,u asuil.ibu- Ju&uph Huy.a, Sl.ilc Slri'i.!, Alijuiiii. ATl'fclNTION M;urli 1st Wi- Invi- tlii.' fulluwiliK farina tli.jl i. in Lit- pure h.i.->fil iiiul pusai'Miian yiVl-ll M.ili ll 1st l»u 'nn.'.i. txi't'lii'iu bidtjs.. to UITIIS pjaturi- Ij.iluiuc good i rop liind 5^.'i per .n I ».'. ItM/ anus, jjuud bidga., id ucrca puaturu baluucu guud crop hu» J $75 per ai-ru. WAN'I'KIi 3 mtn over factory UK*' 'or 1'Htulilinlied Kuwlelgh routes. I^HK<- or«iuiuatloii. Cun earn t'KI or more weekly. HUady work. Wrili Itiiwlelgir*. iH'pt. IAA-11-113. Krii'pi,i(, Jll. 4* WANTKI) Wo buy hid««, lue U» tiint Ji, u (Irueitbeig, Algona. 3-tf No TICK Kvi-iy wunt ud in Thf l ; ppi-r I 'i t Moiim will! 3400 I'lrt-u- latiuii. in p|i ki'rl up und rurrifd A Him nt ixlia I'liarjii- In The Hulur- 'l.iy .Sliiipjirr. UHM Ijliinkit clrrulu- ...... of Al; inn und Algonu routes Why l, t . ..atu/k'd with For Your Car STOP AT Sampson'* Tire Service iinl luuU over tlitlr lug grip Urea for • now und mud. 4 YOU HKKAK 'KM, we fix 'cm all kinds auto sufi-ty gliii*. cut to order. 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