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The Algona Upper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 16,1938 •MM North East « Kossuth * Page Mrs. W. A. Wright, Kossuth Pioneer, Dies; Were in Early Ledyard Fire HUSBAND WAS EARLY PIONEER CO. TREASURER Kan Ledyard Store Many Years; Buried in A 1 - gona Cemetery Lnkota: Friends here received word Friday morning of the death of Mrs. W. A. Wright at her home In Eagle Grove last week. Funeral services were held at Eagle Grove at one o'clock Friday afternoon and Interment was made beside her husband in the cemetery at Algona later the same afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mrs. Delia Smith, Lakota, and Mrs. Fred Johnson. Swea City, attended the services at Algona, all of whom were friends of the family when they lived at Ledyard. The Wrights were pioneers of north Kossuth, coming to Ledyard about 1800, where Mr. Wright was postmaster and owned a general merchandise store for many years. The Wrights were heavy losers In the Ledyard flre many years ago. Mr. Wright was latfr Kossuth county treasurer for severnl years They later moved to Woolstock, \vhere they managed a fann M'tii Mr. Wrlght'a doth, when the family moved to Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Wright had four children, one son dying in Infancy and one daughter, Bessie (Mrs. Elmer Jewett) died while the family lived in Woolstock. One son, Harry of Mason CUy and one daughter, Frances, ut home, survive. 6 Week* Honor Roll In the first six weeks of the second semester the following appear on the honor roll: freshmen, Maynard Koppen; sophomores, James Ley, Dale Jacobson, Frederick Tarn- en and Lola Schroeder; juniors, Helen Behrends, {Catherine Bernch- Lakota Folk Give Ex-Pastor Surprise Lakota: Orvllle, Howard and Wayne Koppen. Lula Hanson, Lois and Harold Gingrich, young people from the Epworth League, drove to LuVerne last week Sunday evening and attended the League service there. It was a real surprise for the Rev. Harvey Nelson, a former Lakota pastor, when the young people walked in at the beginning of the service. At the close of the meeting they went to the parsonage where they visited with the Nelsons until a late hour. UTONKA VISITOR GUEST OF HONOR Parties and Social Func tions Are Numerous man. Viola Thaves, Paul Ukena. William Smith and Patricia Woodworth; seniors. Margaret Schroeder, Calvin Ukena, Elizabeth Rahm- stock, Phyllis Jacobson. Maxino Griese, Edwin Christ and Arlene Heetland. 45th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Bertus Jansen celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary last week Monday with a family gathering at the Jansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton were Algona visitors last week on Monday. Mesdames Bcomer. Gr.ib.iu. Willams and Needham were Fort Dodge shoppers last week Tuesdny. Mrs. H. H. Murray and Mrs. J. Smith attended an Eastern Star meeting at Buffalo Center, Friday. Mrs. Maynard Mabus. east of town came home with her new son who was born in the Buffalo Center hospital recently. The new theatre management put on the play "The Awful Truth" ns the first picture last week Wedr.es- nesday and Thursday. The Rev. O. H. Frerking. Lakota. and the Rev. Doms. Burt. attended a young people's rally at Ottosen last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland drove to Ledyard March 1th to help Mrs. Heetland's father. Com ad Gabel, celebrate a birthday The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hhmmcr were hosts td the Methodist pastors and their wives from the Forest City sub-district last week Monday. MONEY-MAKING ^ MACHINES DE LAVAL Separators and Milkers The dairy cow is not only our great- eit producer of wealth, but De Laval Separators and Milkers are the best money-making machines any milk or cream producer can own. It is not unusual for a De Laval Separator or Milker to earn its own payments and pay for itself in its first year of use; that's equal to 100% return on the investment. And these machines will continue to earn at such a rate for many years. Thousands of De Laval Separators in use today have given 20 to 30 and even more years of service; and many De Laval Milkers first placed on the market 19 years ago are still in use. THIS WAY PAYS BEST A GOOD COW PRODUCING eooo IBS. or ATI MILK A YEAR -WILL PRODUCE ENOU&H SKIMMII K £., »AHD 310 III Of Him* MT TO Mu. r« ThU lyitem of farming produces a tteady cash income, provide! the beit feed fir growing calves, pigs and chickenj, and removes lesi toil fertility. It steaai!/ increases the capital of the owner through added poung «jck ..nl Ljuiliiir.i up oi sail fertility. Why not put a De Laval to work on your farm? You can get one on such easy terms it will soon pay for itself. Call on us. Repair Shop for ail Makes W. C. SCHULTZ, LAKOTA AUTHORIZED DE LAVAL DEALER Titonka: Mrs. Frank Fisher en tertalned a few ladles Thursday aft ernoon In honor of Mrs. Fred Wentz Blue Earth. Minn., who left Frtdnj for her home. Mrs. Wentz is a former Titonka resident and ha been here taking care of the new baby at the T. A. Dunmire home Those who spent the afternoon visiting were: Mrs. Lillie Woods Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs and Mrs. Martin Bleich. A dainty lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Denton Hoitess Mrs. Sadie Denton entertained the Work and Play club at her home Thursday afternoon. Members In attendance were Mrs. Fred Adamson. Mrs. Robert Clemens, Mrs. Lem Stockwell. Mrs. George Breen and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer. Junior Hansen. senior student in school, has been sick the past week with a severe attack of tonsilltls Miss Ella Jensen, fourth grade teacher, was unable to teach school Wednesday, Mrs. Edw. Sithcff was substitute. Mrs. R. C. Bail and rlauclirer. Patricia, and Mrs. Everett Ript.fn- trop were Algona visitors Th;tis- dny pfternoon. Mr. and Mrs. N. Benjamin. Ottosen, visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton and the lat- ler's father. James Winter. Gllman Castor and son. John. Hayfield, visited Thursday at th^ Ole Mlchaelson home. Mr. Mlchnelson has been very ill and Is still confined to his bed. Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Culhber*. of Woden, called on friends her- Friday. They were on their wp./ to visit their daughter at Graettinger. They were former residents her,;. Cirl and Donald Callies, Raymond Ricklefs, Russel French and Clark Miller went to Des Moires Krid-iy to attend the state basketball tournament. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Jenson and son, Duane. Algona, visited Friday with the former's sister, Mrs. John Pink <md family. Mrs. Jensen and son have now fully recovered from an auto accident. Mr*. Lester CaUle* and Mtn Dorothy Weaver left Friday for a week end visit. Mrs. Callies visited her father and brother at Sioux City and Miss Weaver visited her parents at Moville. Jack Hoon. son of Supt. and Mrs. C. A. Hoon, was ten years old Wednesday and celebrated the event by having a nnmber of boys In from four until six o'clock. His rriotncr served n nice lunch. Mrs. Jay Budlong entertained the Woman's Study club Thursday »ve- ninff. Mrs. Homer Downs had charge of the lesson. "Prominent Religious Leaders of Today'" Thirteen members were present. P. R. Hudson. Mason City. \vai :\ business and pleasure visitor in town Friday. Mr. Hudson is a former Titonka resident, having been buttermaker here. He is now a salesman for the S. & R. Chevrolet Co., Mason City. The Ernest Peterson home was under temporary quarantine a few days last week, Woodrow was ill with it severe sore throat and It was feared he had diphtheria, but word was received from Iowa City. Friday that the culture was negative. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Paulson ami baby. Cyrus Heifner and Glondon Heifner. all of Roseholt. S. O.. lift Tuesday after a week's visit with the Oie Miehaelson, Ed Zwle- fel and Mrs. Kmmd Heifners. J. S C'istor. Ira. Iowa, who haj been he e the past two weeks visiting the same families, left for his home Wednesday Read The Want Ads— It Paw JL o step out in style . . * step up in mffitteflrffih. -•. "«"••.» ^.':* . -^ ,. prestige . . . and step ahead in traffic. ONLY LOW-PB1CED CAR WITH SAfXTY SHIFT io HlllU AKK H'HIK T1HM.3 \CILJ \uiil ami m-i-il than * likr diii'Mjjit oi mom-) «>vcr bou<;h? Lt-lutt '. V\ ,uti a Miiiirt rur? Aim'cira ulla Puijliau the munt Ltaulifiil uauiea. Want to Irail traffic? 'that'* cj->y viiiti l''»uuai '» m-v» .Vi/rlv Shi/l*. Aud how about BJV • iu£ 011 ojjeraliug coat* ttuti |irii:e? 1'ontiac ovtuer* aay t "Itt to 121 llunj; on Ytl,< i•!.,. 1 ike l» tratcl in mile* |>cr gillluu" «uii Foutldc Lent -kuu n |>riicil urur the >.jul l! Auy AMERICA'S FINEST LOW-PHICilD C A tf KLASSIE MOTOR CO. Grant Play» Net , Fellowship $41 Grant: The Grant Fellowship gave plays, "Pa's New Housekeep er" and "The City Rubes" at the Ledyard high school auditorium Tuesday night, March 8. The proceeds were $19. This made a tola of $41 realized from the two play* by the qlub. The Ledyard Ladies Aid sponsored the plays. The Grant Ladles Aid will meet at the Harold Fischer home Wednesday, Marchj^IBth. Alfred Zielske has been 111 with high blood pressure and under the doctor's cnre for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mino spent a few days last week visiting relatives and friends in Lone Rock. Miss Ella Kelllng has returned home after spending six weeks with relatives and friends In Goldfleld. Mrs. Carrie King and Mrs. Jennie Holm, who have been visiting at the John Pattersons, returned to their home at Des Moines Tuesday. The Grant Fellowship held its monthly meeting at the Grant school Wednesday evening!. March 9th. Mrs. Jay Brones and Mrs. Joe Mnyne entertained. Mrs. Al Zielske and Mrs. Earl Patterson will ntertaih at the next meeting, April 13th. EARLYLEDYARD RESIDENT DIES Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch, Mrs. Jule Seifert, Mrs. H. Matzener and Mrs. L. W. Wlemcr went to Algona Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. W. A. Wright, who died at her home In Eagle Grove at tne age or 87 years. The Wrights were residents of Ledyard in 1901, at the time of the fire, being in the general merchandise business and also running the post office. Mrs. Wright leaves many friends among the older people of Ledyard as well as in Algona, where they later lived and in Eagle Grove, where she lived of late years. Suffers Yawning Attack, Lakota Goes to Hospital Lakota: Mrs, Edward Hagge, east of town, who has been suffering periodic attacks of yawning for several weeks, was taken to the hospital at Mason City last week for observation and treatment. Party for Godfredsons Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jodfredson will move to Kanawha Tuesday, where they have employment on a farm. They have been ivlng in rooms at thp Hsnry Meyr home. Sunday evenin? a fare- veil party was given for t..em at he Everett Rippentrop home, 'hose attending were Messrs. and Mesdames Harold Miller. John tott and Ray Kollasch. LAKOTA NEWS The Rev. Carl Hammer and wife eft last week Tuesday morning for Sioux City where they spent the week visiting some of their child- en. Mr. and Mrs. Oran O'Keefo Cur- ew. visited their son. Max, and wife here last week Sunday and ay they like their new home very well. Mrs. William Dale, wno has been aklng treatment at the Cherokee lospital, is visiting her mother, itrs. Hanson and friends report she is entirely cured. Mesdames W. E. Ley and I. E. Wortman drove to Mason CUy last week Wednesday on a shopping rip and they also visited at th-s K. S. Worleys while there. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Muasman drove to Minneapolis Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mussman's brother's father-in-law, who was killed by a hit and run driver a week ago. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frer- <ing drove to Rochester lat; week Tuesday to visit their daughter. Vtrs. Gerald Ukena. who underwent a major operation ten liayy aRO They report her condition r.s satis- 'actory. The Leo Kienitz family from Wisconsin moved to Lakota last week and are living in part of the Will Kienitz residence. Mr. Kienitz is working in the W. E. Gutknecht hardware store. Mr. Kienitz is a cou.iin of the Gutkneehts. Mrs. George Edward, who has been under observation at Rochester for some time, underwent a major operation last week Monday and is still in H critical condition. Her children returned to their homes later last week, but *!er husband if Mill with her. Parish Changes The Rev. B. V. Greteman. who for the past six weeks has been serving as temporary pastor of the Sacred Heart church since the transfer of Father Sturm to Rockwell City, left last week for Sioux City where he had been transferred. The Rev. Maynard has been appointed permanent pastor here. ^He was educated at the Freiburg University In Switzerland and for the past several years has been toach- ng in a parochial school in Canada. He began his new duties here last Sunday. To Use Caps and Gowns The senior class heM a special election last week and voted unanimously to use caps and gowns for their coming graduation. There are 17 members in the class. , Robert Morris spent the week end at the home of his parents in Nashua. Dorothy Stoflet went to Cedar Rapids to visit her parents over the week end. Collette Hagg is assisting with I the house work at the Wm. Wlemer home since last week Monday. Mrs. Martha Gable has been suffering with an attack of muscular rehumatism and has been under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske end Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zielske drove to Fort Dodge last Tuesday and visited at the Raymond Wilcox home. Mrs. Fred Brand of Swea City visited several days this past weok at the home of her daughter, Mrs Harry Schneider and her son, Alber Brand. James Logan returned home on Tuesday after a week's visit with friends in Sioux City. Phil Hul- singe came with James and visited until Friday. Mrs. Elvin Carpenter is visiting her parents in Olin, having gone there from Des Molnes last week end after having attended the girls' state basketball tournament. On Thursday the Woman's Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Mrs. Ed Knoner led the devotions and Mrs. Lars Skaar led the lesson. Doris Welfare and Cleo Gable accompanied Alma Verio to Mason City for the week end to visit Henrietta O'Keefe and Evelyn Mayne, who are attending a business college there. Henrietta O'Keefe made the first basketball team of the college and has been enjoying the trips they have made for their games. Swea Fire Fighter* Elected 4 Leaden Geo. K. Nelson was reelected chief of the Swe.a City volunteer flre company at the annual election of officers Friday evening. The remaining three officers were also reelected: A. H. Hundeby, first assistant fire chief and president; A. B. Tweeten second assistant and James fi. Vaux, secretary and treasurer. The company at present has a full roster of IT members and besides the officers Includes the following: R. fi. Berg, Buell Johnson, Vernon Ewlng, Frank Orelner, L. A. Haglund. Earl Hansen, Dr. R. M. Mln- kel, Keith Albertson, Oliver Blomster, Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Herman Bowman, R. A. Bravendor, Carl J. Appelqulst IU MAKC MONEY FOR YOU.M/SJ1ERL And you c«n bet dut thii chick will mtlce money for you, too, bectnse it'i • cite* Mlf bred SWIFT'S BABY CHICK. Swift's hitching eggi ire produced by ' floclci in which rach bird hit been toted for pulloron dueue, ind (elected for breed type, vigor, «nd good egg production. Etch egg from these flock* ii individually inspected Tot rixe, ihipe, cletn- lincii, ind shell texture. Only the best of these eggs ire set, to the chick* bitched grow into fine, «ll- uound birds. SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS rattute early, lay large, good-quality epgt. Theie chicks develop rapidly into meaty bird* that consumer* like. Onto Swift's Bibr Chicks Ttdif! \ Swift & Co. HATCHERY Phone 264 Algona, Iowa Hebron Twp News "•'6- PHONIC IU AJUHUiiA. IOWA Elmer Knutson began working a*. the Oscai Frand'.es lust Monday. Mra. John Osland spwnt Friday afternoon with Mra. Gertie Bothm. Mr. and Mra. Sam Boetti her spent Sunday evening with Selmer Matheson. Mr and Mrs. Everett Signer spent Tuesday evening with the Jot San- dums. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin .spent Tuesday evening at thtf Oscar Fr.-mdles. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompao.l visited Thursday with the Adrian Hauskins. O.icar Frandle attended a meeting at the Albert Kroach home last Wednesday night. Butler Jordahl autoed to Rochester last Wednesday to vUir with hi.t father at the hospital. Marion Sleper assisted her aunt, Mrs. Carl Anderson with some butchering a couple of days last week. J -•: nie Bid _• Ind the misfortune to fall and hurt her leg while assisting her father with some work recently. Mr. and Mra. Herb Smith have u new U pound son born three week i .i«o This makes the third child and the only one living. Mr. and Mrs. Harvjy Jordahl and baby visited Sunday with his tM'itndmothur at the horr.i; of Selmer Thompson Mear Frost. Hilmer I. mining. Albert Krosch, Luwi.s Miller and Oscar Frundle attended u soil conservation meeting ,U Algona last Friday. Mr and Mra. Clarence Huveiand und faintly and Mrs. C. O. I^egried .;nd Bona and Clemens spent Sunday at the Oscar Frand'ea. Mr and Mrs. Henry Larson and family spent Wednesdny with her mother, Mrs. Ida Jo-danl. Mrs Liir. on remBtiikt> for H few days. John Jordubl, who underwent an operation at Rochester la.it wieek, is getting along a* well as can b« expected. He will httve another operation within a couple of weeks. Alt hope for him a rapid recovery. He's head and shoulders above mere "oil-changers'!..because ONLY YOUR MILEAGE MERCHANT OIL-PLATES YOUR ENGINE Does Spring begin on March 20th?.. .or on the 21st? "Begin it today!" pleads your engine. "Bleed out my Winter-poisoned oil. But this Spring help me with more than an oil-change. Change to Your Mileage Merchant! And that's changing to Conoco Germ Processed oil—die only way to change me into an OIL-PLATED engine." You want this modern exclusive OIL-PLATING because especially in Summer your steady driving demands more than die plain old type of oil-film diat slithers Off the working parts like drops of quicksilver. 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