The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona. I oga . M*,,I. 8 ,1938 LONE ROCK PLAY SLATED MARCH 8 Junior Class Cast to Present "That's One on Bill" Lone Rock: The second j,,ni class play will he presented n Wednesday evening. March 3 at p. m. at the loral school audito Inm. 'That's On- on Bill" „., hnve the following east of clia acters: Uncle Jimmy. Arnold Re » ; .fi, " nr '- v - Rprnnrd Genrich Battling Bcnnie Boo. Jack Marlow Harry Dover. George Hanna; Ne Collins Merton Larson: Patrici Niles. C lara Bierle: Lll Harlv. Dori Sanders; Mab Allen. Ruth'White The M. H. Heiters. Livermore were recent guests at the W C Heiters. Mr. and Mrs. Rnfus Marlow. Se- aka, Minn., came last week for a visit with relatives. The American Legion Auxiliary M, "™ di ° Party at the home of •Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. E W. Madden, who has be visiting her daughter. Mrs. Harr Wadsworlh and family returned ner home at Amiret. Minn.. Frlda A. A. Krueger. Lorenz Geitze nuer, E. M. Jensen. Fred Bie stedt and Henry Schroedcr dro to Rochester Sunday to visit AI" Krueger, a patient at the hospita The Walter Thompsons ente tained at dinner Sunday as a far well for S. M. Orvicks. Attendir were the Henry Kuerks. Mr. nn Mrs. B. O. Jensen. Mr. and Mr Maynard Kueck and the Orvicks. The Everett Richardsons A ftpna. the Ornie Behrcnds famil the Ralph Hurlburts. the Fran" Householders and the Alton Hur hurts. Whittemore. were Pundi guests last week at the Ora Hurl hurts. The Will and P. M. Christenson were Sunday dinner guests In-? week at the J. M. Jensens Rin~ sted. Mrs. J. M. Jensen. Mrs. We Esther Casler of Algona Married to Livermore Man Livermore: Earl Armstrong of Livermore. son of Charles Armstrong, and Esther Casler of Algona were married Thursday. The couple , ,v,«cn C er ,ami,v of Gil- was attended hy the father of the more City will move to the farm groom, and the wedding ceremony vacated by the Olsons; the Jo™ was read by the Methodist pastor of | Coy,e family to the tenant house MlltVlHnMf «U««« ...!*1. _ _• i . "">ll L lit; U.I I. on the Eddie Wehrspan farm, Wm. Kemna of West Bend to the farm vacated by the Coyles. Henry Bergum of Rode is moving to the Vcrnon Peterson farm' 1 Roy Adains is moving to the farm vacated by Donald Larson, the Lar- OTTOSEN MOVES OF MARCH 1ST Ottosen: Those moving in this vicinity nre: Douglas Olson nnd family moved to Grand Junction, the T °ny Weachter familv of Gil- Humholdt there, with a single rinp service. The group returned to Livermore, where n wedding dinner was served at six o'clock nt the Armstrong home, with immediate relatives present. The groom hns lived here his entire life, and is a graduate of the Livermore school. The hiide. whi'e not so well known here, is a grnd-| uate of the Algona high school nnd has heen employed at Cook's c.-ife there. The couple will live here where the groom is engaged in !he trucking business with his father. Use Caution In Selecting Hybrid Corn, is Warning With the remarkable growth of hybrid seed corn as almost a necessity in the Iowa farmer's plans for his corn crop, let us voice our own sentiment regarding one point Almost as rapidly as farmers are New Son at Roy Browns, Livermore Livermore: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, who live north of town, are the parents of a boy, born Monday, at the Lutheran hospitaH Fort Dodge. Before their marriage, Mrs Brown was Miss Mildred Gronbach.' The proud father, who spends his time between the farm and the hos- are also moving. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reed, tenants on the old Parsons farm, moved Into the Blythe property In Irvington. The lleo Blacks went to the Taylof farm on 169 north of Algona. The Kuhlman farm will be occupied by the Hansens from Burt. The George Johnsons are going near Tltonka, and the Eischeids will move onto the farm vacated by the Johnsons. The Dunlaps will locate near St. Benedict and the Elmer Weavers have been settled for some time on the former Kate Chllton farm. -.-... and Mrs. Herman Gronbach all of Livermore. LuVerne Club Has 2 Social Affairs LuVerne: Two social affairs were • ' * •. \> ii> ,i iJii in nenr Uorte: Pnul Schneider is moving to a farm near Mallard and Harry rhoman is moving to the Habegar farm vacated by Schneider: Ben Banwnrt to a farm vacated by I RntinK •r ' moved to the corn. 1 There are many reputable com-, _ panics, but the concerns that are 11* i i /-,« not. and the ones that will bear "larch 1 Changes. watching, are those who offer to vacated by Donald Larson the Lar "" lcnlnK ' arc tnose who offer to f • R *,. . . \m son family moved to a farm near H u y< ?" so ™ ething « d °"«r or so J IrVMlgtOn VlCinitV tf Boric- Pnni Cr.i,,,«u«_ : ... . hushcl under n stflnrinrri „.-. I _ . * =s Besch. Louis Henrikson •"' '••• ««-*I.T-ll, J*ll.1, tVt'Il- dell Jensen and daughter. Delores all of Ringsted were last Tuesday evening guests at the P. M. Christensons. Priscilla Phoebe Club Met at the L. Larson Home Wesley: An unusually large crowd , attended the Priscllla Phoebe society meeting held at the Lester Larson home Wednesday with Mrs Henry Funnemark, co-hostes The lesson was in charge of Mrs. Marlon Paulson. Mrs. Frank Johnson read several letters from foreign missionaries, one in China and another In Zululand, Africa. Mrs. Silas Skow will entertain that aid at March meeting which will be held the last Wednesday in the month. on the calendar of the J. J club! vnrfll °'' n honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hef- <I "'° is ' i. who nre moving March t to a place> arm they have purchased south f Renwick. the members of the, luh and their husbands going toi The ------ . ...., w> . mil \ fii nj (in 1 Ren Ban wart place: Fred Block to a farm near Gilmore City; Leonard Hansen family to Plathe S D.. and Nelson from Thompson to the farm vacated hy the Hansens; John Vinas is moving on the farm ----- '- hushcl under a standard price There is some reason for that reduction. Let us also point this out There is today, NO STATE LAW such as Irvington: Many families took I advantage of the nice spring-like days the latter part of last week to do their moving. The Peter Heldt family, who have been em- hy Art Brodalc and Bro- moving to the Peter Larson ^r^S 0 - \ A S RiCk -°" '* ^=- VS5 PUBLIC AUCTION As I have rented my farm, will sell at public auction at iny place, one mile west of Algona ,011 old number 18, and one-quarter mile south, the following; described property, on March 10,1938 - •• T» «JP >•*!_ __ --•'« i.iv ii iii4^isitini?f j;iJinK to their home Wednesday evening to surprise (hem. There' were 3fi in attendance and bridge was player for entertainment. Dr. H. D. Meyer and Mrs. Harold Sorenscn were high score winners nnd Cecil Williams won the travel prize. Mrs. Hefti was presented with n picture for her new home bv the club. On Friday afternoon the regular meeting of the club was held with ?I'-s. Curl Goetsch as hostess. Mr>= Harry Lichty rend an article on th,- nibject. "Higher Education fo Drivers." Mrs. Albert Rchneide conducted games during the soci; hour. Plans were made for th guest day. March 11. Aid Meets Mnrrh 9 Lutheran Ladies' Aid will ,.,,,_.,,_.. *• i m win meet nt the church parlors. Wednesday. March 9 with Mrs Sarah Storesuml and Mrs. Charles Hansen as hostesses. Merle Holt attended an insurance meeting in DCS Moines the past week. Mrs. Amelia Watnem. Mrs. Percy Watnem nnd sons were callers in Chas. Pettibone Recovering Eyesight Charlie Pettibone came home las veek from the Iowa City hospita where he had been for the past four months taking treatment for his yes. He was almost totally blind n both eyes from cataract, but aft- r being treated one of his eyes as cleared up and he can see •ell enough to get around, but has ot been able to read. Charlie is one of the real old-time Algonians. For a number of years »J twas de PU'y sheriff under Will McDonald, present county supervisor, and later they were in th- farm implement business together Afterwards he spent some years in California and Montana and only returned to Algona a few years ago. He has a wide acquaintance in the county and his many friends are hoping that he will completely regain his eyesight. He expects to »i»K r ?.. to lowa City ln a mont " °r so nl h Hi?, a 2L ct S!? B . th » t an °P«™- West Bend Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Olson and sons spent .Saturday at the Fred Lenz home at Rodman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Erick Dnhl and family went to Elmore. Minn Saturday to attend the wedding of Mr Dnhl's nephew. Casper Dahl. Wanda Fay. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sylvan Jacohson was baptized recently and the sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jacobson. Frances Enockson and Lorcn Bakke. Hybrid seen corn. We advocate two things: (!) That the slate of Iowa pass legislation lor the protection of its farmers requiring sellers of hybrid seed corn to be licensed and conform to certain high standards, which the best companies are already doing, and <2> that farmers use caution in placing their orders, remembering that nobody gets anything for nothing, and if you pay less per bushel he chances are. you're getting that much less for your money. Store Alterations Wesley: The Kleinpetcr store i taking on a different appearance the past week in that a new floo- has been laid on the east side of the store. Shelving and counters are being re-arranged and the boys expect to acquaint the public with a servc-yourself method of shop- «««. 1 P. M. Sharp NEEDS GLASSES Lunch Wagon on Grounds Head of Horses 3 , wt. 1400 Ibs.; one black Morgan f° b th the Readings, Music at Wesley Aux Meeting Wesley: A good attendance registered at the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary in their rooms Tuesday night with Wrs. George Aldrich as hostess. Mrs. J. T. Meurcr, chairman of Americanism, presented a suitable program with the junior members aking part. Vera Forburger sang America, the Beautiful" and Alice Marie Forburger gave a musical reading Both were accompanied by Ruth Mary Bauer. Lillian Johnson recited the Auxiliary preamble. v The next meeting will be held Tuesday night, March 8th, with Mrs. R. C. Bauer as hostess. The next sewing bee and radio party will be held at the Bauer home with su™' «T' """"Ptroann and Mn. Simon Hlrncr. u co-ho«te»««», the date being Wednesday, March 9th B. Dittmer, Burt, was In to\m day. dressed in his Sunday pest. H eexplained that he hail Tlisthnii^hfn *»<*« emulate its shiny condition. "rhJs is his fourth car in 27 years. Statistics prove that one school child in every five has defective ^^.P^^M doesn't 26 Head of Cattle 26 witlf nil h 5"th P Sr b !J d "^rt SI>»rtli»ni cattle, papers furnished with all of the Shorthorns 7 head registered rows, 3 head Shorthorn IT fi° no • ?' oung . bul1 ' 2 pra(lc <>mvs - n re(1 llprd '>"». 19 months * " U ' nl " innl l An examination of your child's • . cs tells . . . quickly, surely. No use to say in after years, "f wish id known in time." You can kno\v . . . today. A. W. Amunson Over Borchardts 8 & 10 Yes - Lowest - Cost Save time and worry—purchase with confident. Know you have the best—we meet the requirements, iieimtre Automobile- Liability Insuranee-Dwellino-- Household Goods and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Requirements Good Insurance Pays The Algona Insurance Agency 14 Head of Hogs 14 "" TERMS— Cash, or see your banker before the sale. a State Street Horn* Loan* C. R. 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