The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1938 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines. Algmut, loan, March H, 1W CAST NO VOTES IN SWEA-EAGLE SCHOOLBALLOT Directors Must be Chosen By Township Boards In Unusual Move Swea-Eagle: Township school elections were held last week Monday. At several schools no votes were cast so the directors will be chosen by the totrnshipfeoafA which will meet next IfonAay. ' i Joe Prwton'Wjd William Evans I SL r" 8 t ? wnsh 'P w<** reelected i£frf°!?- ? • the Swea Cit - v conso '- idated district. Mrs Claude Fangest and her daughter. Karen, visited last Thurs- jay at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jenson. Harold Jones. VVm. Evans and Art E. Anderson attended the soil conservation meeting held at Bancroft last Thursday evening. Mrs. Art Anderson. Mrs Emit Larson attended the North Central district state section music contest Held at Burt last week Friday. Fern Isaacson left last week Mon- day for Ottumwa. to attend the Open Bible Rally held at that place. She will return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn of Alexander. Iowa, returned home last week Monday after a week end visit with Mr. Dunn's cousin. Henry and Fred C. McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Carlson had as their seven o'clock dinner guests last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roalson. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Trt-ai. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Butcher and Mr. and Mrs. H. Opsal Convenient Kitchen Aid to House Work A kitchen that isn't convenient to work in will make a housewife dissatisfied with her home. Regardless of equipment the kitchen that does not have adequate storage space will be n trial to the person who has to work in it. Shelves, cabinets, and closets may be built in a kitchen with funds obtained from a private financial institution that operates under the Property Improvement Plan of the Federal Housing Administration, or other similar organizations. Walls may be refinished. floors repaired, or a new sink installed. Improvements become a permanent part of the structure. Last Pford in Kitchens Fairview-Corwith: Several members of the Woman's club of Corwith attended a county meeting of Federated clubs of Iowa at Britt When You're Thinking About to A Abore fa illustrated • modern kitchen with which the to&TSS?* .'VT/* 11 !?"""^ Inflnd * d ta ' tn«nj erery deUfl that modern kitchen planning date. Compactae* ta ^ keynote ^ ^ ^ °, «* PP ? rt u'^ IM ^ «*opyi«* » minimum of 'space. ^ <r " y Mck IM)ted to the ri * h * * *»«e . * onr eabinct ' lU8h •"»!«• «<*> »«>«wt *"«*«" *••»• A colorful floor that is easily u eM V f modern meUI '""iture add another au IT 1 " 31 '»?"«••»«• «« Powible under term. of the Federal Housing Administration's modernization credit pla* NECK BROKEN WEDNES.NOON Was Attempting to Unti Bull in Stockyard Henry Wegener of Algona re ceived a broken neck when he was gored by an Infuriated bull In the Fenton stock yards., Wednesday noon. Mr. Wegener had purchased the Holsteln bull from Arthur Jentz of Fenton, and had tied him in a pen in the Fenton stock yards, which enraged the animal. He had gone Inside the pen to loosen the bull but had been unable to get out of the pen before the bull had thrown him to the ground. J. H. Jensen of Fenton was also <nocked down when going to Mr. Wegener's rescue but was uninjured. Irvin Johnson, son-in-law of the victim, saved his life by attacking the bull With a pitch fork. Mr. Wegener's neck was broken at Jhe bone leading Into the vertebrae, and has been put In a cast. The bull was sold the same day to a buyer at Emtnetsburg. U-' CALL 137—The Old Responsible Painter and Decorator at Your Service. New Wallpaper 4,L'0<) Rolls Just Arrived. Now Patterns. New Desijrns, Priced Hi^ht See Me Today—Same Time and Money Moore'* Observe 53rd Wedding Anniversary Following a family dinner prepared by younger women of the family, open house was held Saturday at the Milton J. Moore home, honoring their 53rd wedding anniversary. The Moores were married in Cedar county in 1885. They farmed 18 years on a farm half way between Lone Rock and Fenton later moving northwest of Algona where they lived for 20 years until their retirement 15 years ago. Mr Moore taught eight terms of school in Cedar and Kossuth counties after his marriage. From 1921 to 1927 he served on the Kossuth board of supervisors. Their 12 children are Mrs D C. Gardner. Marc. Jim. Earl of Algona. J. C. of Montpelier. Idaho Donald of Bode, Wood of Salem Ore.. R. G. of Dunlap, Harold of Ortonvllle, Minn.. William of Ames Ralph of Old Hickory Tenh., and Lewis of New York. Mr. Moore la 73 years old and both enjoy fair health. Rewrites Of Newii From Latt Thursday's Ko«uth County Advance Bert Deal Tlic Old Responsible.- ].',»!• PAINTINGr, DECORATING. WALLPAPER mummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm For The 1938 Building Season We Have Carpenters Tools and Builder's Hardware Door Checks Saws Levels Braces Nails Drives Planes Cupboard Catches Hammers Chisels Hinges Door Lock Sets Jiiiil.l.-i-s U'il ,.,- !n _\ nv < < , u;n , t ;, !•- Jl'|.(l KOHLHA AS and SPILLES HARDWARE APPLIANCES "It ('..sts Lt-s.s to Tradr \Vith a UciHitalji, •••••••••••••••••••I Second Hi School Pupil Stricken at Corwith With Fever Fairview-Corwith: Rita Faye Foley. who is staying at the Jean Foley home while her mother is in Wyoming, beninie ill Wednesday and the doctor pronounced her illness as scarlet fever. This inalu-s the .'iec-oml pupil in hitih school within n week to be stricken with scarlet fever. fliii-Ms nt Studers Mr. and Mr.s. Dick Studer entertained a group of relatives over tin. week end Guests were Mrs. Binder's sisters rmii husbands. Mr. aii'l Mrs. C. o. Whaley and Mr and Mrs. Orva Painter all of De* Moines. Mr., Tyriel. mother nf the three ladies, was also a guest. Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Schwab returned last week frr.rn Florida, where they had spent the wint-r. Mrs. Jim Tabh wa> in ttttcndan- e on Mrs Anna Oxley la-t week while Mr.s. .Springer ,,penl a few day.i in Ties Moint-s. H A William-, of Cavalier .Vnrlh Dakota his bien .^pending a few >s with hi.-, .,on the liev. Paul Williams an<i wife. Mrs Mattie Beers returned to her home last Hurray after f.p. riding two weeks with her son. Uurde'.u- liters and family in Estherville Mr^ I-M Haiiptinann left 'i !j';-,i| ••, to visit her rr.o'.her Mr-, Kdit-. I'-•• '••'. ---'.'I also r.. r -.•,->,., M. i;,,-. GERALD ZUMACH, one year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Zumach, of near Lone Rock, had a whistle removed from his throat last Tuesday •& Rochester. He apparently suffered no ill effects. The whistle had been in the throat about a week before being removed. Although it had a sharp edge when swallowed, it was flattened when removed. The family lives three miles south of Lone Rock. • » • ALOONA-S CITY COUNCIL decided to purchase a new are truck, at a special meeting last Wednesday. Cost of the truck will be JS.- 975, of which some $1.100 will come from sale of the present chemical truck. The council called an open hearing for next Monday. The new- equipment will carry 500 gallons of water, and a huge pump driven by a 120 horsepower motor, enough to force pressure through four hose lines at once. • • • DORIS COLWELL, Irvington. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Colwell, and Bercie Davis, who has been working at the O. L. Millers, were married Tuesday morning by Rev. A. English of Algona. Mr. j Davis is now located at Batavia. where the couple will make their home. • » • ADOM'H POPPK and family of l.-iknta. were injured and shaken up, when their machine was struck by a car driven by a Fairmont man. as the latter came down the gravt-l road which ends at highway 9. just north nf Lakotn. Saturday evening, a week ago. Elnors. a daguhter. was most seriously injured, being unconscious for a time. • A. R. nU'IKSHA*NK. farmer for 35 years in Union township, has, filed as a candidate for supervisor j from the second district, which con-1 Mrs. S. M. Peterson, Portland, Improves Portland: Mrk'CHasy Larsen and daughters. Loretta antf Beulah, Algona, visited Mrs. S. M. Peterson, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Peterson is slowly recovering from an illness which has kept her bedfast for a number of weeks. lona Godfredaon has assisted with household duties the past month. i Johannsen Can Help You to Build or Repair! For 24 years the name of Johannsen has been associated with Kossuth County Bnilfling ... 45 homes hi Algona wefe constructed by this organization. REMODELING REPAIRING ROOFING New Construction A full plan service at your disposal FREE. You" can have that modern house or barn, or granary you've always wanted. NOW! Plenty of low rate finance available to help you. CALL US FOR ESTIMATES- NO OBLIGATION H. C. Johannsen, Jr. Phone 7")2 Algona, la. \f i 'rtWWVVWVVW'AM^^ Your Home Deserves the Best! And You'l Fina it in Our New Store These nre remarks made by dozens of our customer.-) as they look at the array of living room suites on our floor. We do try to show you Quality, Style and Coverings that nre different. A price to fit every home. -'•'' r • IVimor; .S.ir.der i en- rr.tmbcr-. of the mdt- /oj,n K-..»r,-. ;,i,.J Hei.ry Man 'Iro.t- to Ma.-on Clly 'lhur».iay ev<-- ''•'•X to attend a baiuiuet given by '.l.v 1>K\ Moir;e.T I'.exi.-ter 'or th. '.arriers of thii d: ,tr:- ! Mi:-. Krnest Bonnstetter has I'tei, ill t;,e pa.il week with tonsii- itjs The Uonnieller non.e u quar- •i/,lui(-d r,ec-au»e of the three <hild- 'i-ri rjiivir.g s< arlel fever. K-iwar-i :.";,ll A'l.o was taken to ''.': I'f.iveraity hospital at Iowa City •'••'. weeit for examination, return-l r.omt ti.,.. W..-CH His mother -•Jr Waller N'ai!. remained with '•.;/. duriiix rji, stay in Iowa City .'•'..! ( ;.r'r..o. ; Hurley and Ml:,.-, Mii<a-.: H,r,r, jry (or a week end ,. "' ;; '•" '•'•"•" '" '«» *««,,«„ ••Ii ^ Hoo.r.-.or, ,peM ti.e week end ' i-i-i I.!!.. ..r.-J Mi.,-, I.liliiui Mey- •'•'•' ^ K A Hoooier of Chippe•"•i J- uJ. Mu.ri i., a su«>l at the Ki \\,i:.,;(,,, Ijrjrjie She spent _' --"I-/ •''- ir.e dilfor.J Applegalc .'.,:;.. Mr; Hooolcr was a former '• ii'J'-r,! ol I'oi/.itfi arid l:, a cousin ••-f K:ro..<- Kir.e.,1 ,,i..j Frank Apple- Ki.-.r.d.! ,,! ii'. : .i Aiir.t Marlu,ek -•" l.ooi .'. ,il Ijf gi.KJ lu llllOW »l!l- i«aa been -,ble to rtturn to her homv trorn t);c ijoai/iUJ in Maj.o/1 Clly Af.cre .iiiv- ha<j been ijini.e laj>t i <A her tniuat sists of Algona. Plum Creek and, Union townships, on the republican ticket. Cruikshank has been a Un-! inn township trustee for 21 years j C. A. Samson. Algona. is also n j candidate on the republican ticket,! and W. E. McDonald, incumbent. is seeking reelection. He is a dem- ; orrat. i ... | \VIIITTKMORR-S SCHOOL election resulted in 226 votes being fast. Wrn Roeber was reelected, ! as was Adrian Brogan John Uhlen-! i hake was elected treasurer. - j Portland Ladies in i Paperhanging Bee Portland- [,:,,t week Friii-iv. Mrs. Alfreii Godfre'lson. Mr-, Henry Smith Mrs Ralph Roberts and Mrs Dave Weber went to Armstrong ami ij.ent the day with a former neighbor. Mr, Tom Clayton. This is what they liiri just papered three room, The.ie ladies are all members of a club anpropnately named. "The Helping Hand." | Albi.-rt Johrr<on drove In Alxona j Wednesday to attend an K. K. A ' Bedroom Suites k -&?'"* Clbr Bedroom Suite Line is not surpassed in the cities. If you saw our bedroom line two weeks ago, you may come in now and see a completely different stock. They are beautiful—priced to sell-and boy. how they are moving. CHOOSE VOIRS TODAY FROM THE NEW SHIPMENT Jl'ST L.M'ACKED : Notice of Probate of Will « STATK OF IOWA I KOHSUTH COUNTY sv No. 4370 in District C'ourt. March Term l!-*.'i1. ; To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified Thv :iri ir:.ilnimcnt of writing purport- nig to be the last Will ami Testament of Kdtvurd Marlow, Deceased dated Mar.-h l.j. I'rf.'H, haiiri; h<-e:i tins day fili-d. open and rend. Mon•I iy the !8th day of April, 1638. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Alijona. Iowa. f.i-fore trie I>iiitrict Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court and .-,t ten o'clock a. m.. of the day above iru-ntiomvl all persons inter-, e.sleii ; ife hereby notified and re-1 ijuired to appear, and show ran,-.,- if j any they hive why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the laat Will and Testament of said de< ea~e«i Dated at Algona. Iowa. March 15 Itttg KATHARINE McEVOY Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Deputy Sullivan. McMahon * Linnan. at.- toraeys. 12-13-11 OUR Dining Suites Have Been the Talk of Kossuth County When you buy our northern kiln dried refectory oak suite, you buy a lifetime of service. Our massive bend w»lnut tuita with the big roomy credenza buffet would make an acceptable suite for the finest home In Iowa. THESE ARE SOME OF OUR NATIONALLY KNOWN LINES Mohawk Rugs Flexsteel Living Room Furniture Armstrong's Linoleum Fashion Flow Furniture Norge Refrigeration Sellers Kitchen and Breakfast Room Furniture Our Lower Overhead Means a Saving to You RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY West uf Court House

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