The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1938 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 29, 1938 FORMER LEDYARD WOMANSERIOUSLY INJURED IN FALL Sister of D. B. Mayne Suf. f era Two Broken Arms In So. Dakota Kossuth Page Ledyard: D. B. Mayne received word on Monday of a serious accident to his sister, Mrs. U. I. Crozier at her home in Whltewood, S. D. She was up In a hay mow gathering eggs when she stepped into a hole. To save herself she threw up her arms and broke both of them right at the shoulder. She was taken at once to the hospital In Rapid City, where she was put in a cast. Mr. Crozier is well known here because they are former Ledyard residents. Mr. Crozier was a stock buyer when they lived here.- They now have a large sheep nnch in the Black Hills. George Hagge visited at the Edward Hagge home In Buffalo Center Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingle were in Burt Monday having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Yahnke of Buffalo Center visited at the home of their son, Glenn and family Thursday. Marjorie Gabel and Marjorit Mayer spent the week end at the Frank Kelly home in Gerled with their friend, Delcrls Mayne. Jule Seifert has been sick the past week with a severe cold and 6 Sons Paulbearers at Rites For Emit Stenzel at Lakota Lakota: Funeral services « CIC held at the Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. March 22, for Emil btenzel, who passed away at his home north of town, a week ago Saturday morning. The Rev. Boese had charge of the services and in- Pall bearers were his six sons, a« he had requested. The sons are m,rf°W » 8US V? Ug °' Louis ' Renold and Walter. The daughters are Idn 'Mrs. Ernest Kuchcnbecker), Alma (Mrs. Loren Kessell) Ella and Emil Stenzel was born at Bussin t omerania, Germany, on June llth' 1859. In early infancy he was received into the church of the Redeemer through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism. In his youth he made confession of the Lutheran faith on the day of his confirmation whirth faith he adhered to until his death. In the year 1888 he was united in holy wedlock to Miss Alvina Mueller, this union being blessed with 13 children, of whom thr?e preceded the father Into eternit in their early infancy. In 1888 the deceased came to this country and settled near Hubbard Iowa. In 1903 he and his family came to Kossuth county and made their home on a farm north of town in which home he passed away. In 1919, his wife preceded him to the heavenly home. Having enjoyed his health for many years the deceased faiie'l in health last summer. Not realizing the seriousness of his failing until late in the year, he went to his physician who, after careful examination found that cancer had developed. Tills sickness ebbed out his life on Saturday, March 19th, nt about 5 a. m., reaching the n°:e of 78 years, nine months and eight days. The deceased leaves to mourn his depnr,lure six sons, four daughters one sister, 23 grandchildren and a large circle of relatives and friends. bronchial infection. On Wednesday Dr. Sommers'was called. Edward Halverson, Tlce Brack, George Thompson and H. D. Mayne were In Algona calling on Mr. Barnes at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Max Nitz took Mrs. Martha Gabel and Jean to Swea City on Monday. Mrs. Gabel had dental work done and also visited at the home of Mrs. Freda Lctand. • Mr. and Mrs. Ira Neub.iuor and father, Gus Neubauer of Radcliffc came Monday to the Max Nitx.s. In the afternoon they all attended the Stenezl funeral in Lakota. In the evening the following relatives and friends gathered at the Max Nitzs for a visit with the Nciibnners: the Otto Langcs of Elmore, Mrs. Lange, L. A. Nitzs, Frank Nitz.s, Ralph Clarks of Lakota, Paul Nitzs, Robert Wellers and Howard Jcnscna. Joe Looses Home Celebrated 25th Wedding, Friday Hebron Twp.: A group of neighbors gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs. Joe Loose last Friday night and surprised them on their 25th wedding anniversary. Th- evening was spent playing cards. Lunch was served and every one left for home having enjoyed a good time. Delightful Play On Lakota Stage Lakota: Nine members 'of the high school presented the play, "Cyclone Sally", to a full house a the school auditorium last week on Tuesday evening. Mary Temple ton directed the play. The following students put on tlu play: Paul Ukena, Calvin Ukena Verdean Baum, Richard Petorson Arlcnc Heetland, Esther Buckets Helen Bchrends, Maxlne Griese anc Elizabeth Rahmstock. Special music was given by the Instrumental sextette, piano solos by Margaret Schroeder and a song, Nursey Rhymes by the girls' glee club. The play was very well pres ented and much enjoyed. Otto Wichtendahl, Martin Meyer and Art Luedtke, directors of the Lotts Creek Co-Operative creamery attended an Iowa State Brand creamery meeting at Mason City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Melne of Lotts Creek are the proud parents of a baby girl born to them at the General hospital In Algona March 20th. Thin makes the Mcines u family of two boys and two girls Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler^ac- companled by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach of Whittemore, drove to Rochester, Wednesday. The Geng- lers are consulting doctors in regard to the health of their daughter, Betty Ann, who received several burns about u year ago and Mrs. Zumach is going through the clinic for medical examination. Joe Sandum Is planning to hold a farm,sale, March 30. Miss Feme Jordahl spent last Sunday with her folk$. Opnl Corhus Is at present work- Ing at the Herman Loge home. Russell Legried spent last Friday night at the Christ Oswald home. Hilmer Lunning and Lewis Corhus spent last Thursday in Algona on business. Esther Loose is at present helping Mrs. Adrian Hauskin with her house cleaning. Mr. and Mrs. Severt Thompson of Br.icelyn spent Thursday at the Oscar Frandle home. Helen June Johnson was an over night visitor with Irene Mldthunr lust Thursday night. John Jordahl arrived home from Rochester last Saturday. He iij getting along nicely. Adrian Hauskin took his father to Rochester last Friday to go through the clinic there. Elmer Knutson spent Sunday with his brother, Lester and Simon Knutson of near Armstrong. Eppo, Rena and Jennie Johnson spent last Sunday with their sister, Mrs. John Badjc and family. Mrs. Gust Nelson was busy last Thursday, helping Mrs. Adrian HausRin with .some papering. Mrs. Adrian Hausltin and Mrs. Oscar Frandle attended the piano recital at Rake last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Loge home near Bricelyn. A group of young folks gathered at the Joe Tuttle home last Friday night at a party. All enjoyed a good time. Mrs. Ida Jordahl, Boyd and Mike spent Sunday with their mother and grandmother at the Selmer Thompsons. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Mrs. Alvin Hunter spent last Thursday at Rake with Mrs. Bennie Gillard, an Goes to Bed, ' Awakens, Finds Auto on Fire Lakota: An unusual happening last wepk Wednesday evening occurred nt the Clarence I>st- "» Mr. Letter hud driven his Model A Ford in the driveway, and had gone to bed but WHS awakened about 10 o'clock and found thp car on fire. He hastily carried Home water and put It out but upholstery was badly burned and the windshield and glass in the windows broken. He found the gasoline In thn tank boiling but the tank did not explode nor wns the motor injured and the car was driven up town Thursday for repairs. .Matches In the car pocket wore supposed to have caused thp flrr. Armstrong Girl Weds Fairmont Man in So. Dak Armstrong: Myrtle Johnson daughter of Joe Johnson of thi. place, and Roy Henderson of Fair mont, were united in marriage Thursday noon, St. Patrick's day a Mount Vernon, South Dakota, will the Rev. Lundy performing the ceremony. Rev. Lundy was a form er minister in Armstrong for mai'.v years. The bride wore a light blue dres' with a navy blue bolero effect. Mrs Henderson is a graduate of the Armstrong high school with the rises of 1935 and since her graduation lias been keeping house for her father. She is very well known here, having taken part in many activities in this place. Mr Henderson is employed in Fairmont, where the couple will make their home. On Wednesday evening of this week, Mrs. Roy Henderson was a guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower which was held at the Lutheran church basement. Mrs . A. Gaarde gave a brief sketch on he life of the guest of honor, after vhich the high school girls' sextette of which Mrs. Henderson was n member when she was In hieh "!?"S three numbers, "Prayer" Music When Soft Voices Die" and •Stop that Whlmperln' ". The mem bcrs of this sextette are: Mari Irmiter. Rose Bllen Whitlow, Joyor Hanscn, Ilah Troestler, Betty Jam Gabriel and Berniece Horswcll. The guest of honor received mnny love ly gifts after which a lunch \vn- scrved. St. Benedict News AI Riiscnmeyer.s arc the proud possessors of n new Ford cnr. Gene Hnod htiK been nt the Witte store building delivering the hybrid se«<l rnrn ho had taken order's fir earlier in the season. Rev. Father Kramer is contemplating on making a trip to the Hampton nursery soon to get more evergreens and shrubs. Mr. and Mrs. George Knoll of farner were Sunday visitors at the Ben Kunkel home. Mr. Knoll is a cousin of Mrs. Kunkel. Mr. nml Mrs. Lawrence Ludwlg if Garner were enllcrs Tuesday nt ;he Leo Ludwig home to get acquainted with the new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson arid sons .spent last Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Anderson in Renwick. The ladies are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson spent Tuesday at the Erickson home. All of their family are either employed or married and it is rather lonesome for them. Henry Arndorfer and family and he Al Rosenmeycr family called on he Leo Ludwig family Wednesday veninp. All interested were call- ng on the new baby son. There has been quite a few of Tractor Backfire Cracked Kneecap Of Chas. Eggerth Lakota: The Charles Eggerth., drove to Rcnwick week ago Sunday to visit at the home of Charles brother, Henry and family. Charles received word a week ago Saturday that Henry, who operates a tractor corn shelter, had suffered a cracked knee cap when the tractor backfired as he was cranking it. He was taken to Fort Dodge to a bone specialist and the leg put in a cast which he will wear for at least six weeks. The Henry Eggerths' only son was one of the victims of the bus accident at Mason City last fall, but Charles says he is taking this added trouble with his chin up. Barber Shop Sold Ben Storby who bought the Ornn O'Keefe barber shop several months ago, sold it to a man from Mason City lust week, giving possession at once. Mr. Storby's ill health C-.IUF- cd him to sell the business. old neighbor. Mrs. George Smith and Raymond and Mrs. John Lamping drove to Cherokee to visit their son, Peter Smith at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle ami family, Omer, Levine and Russ"! Legried spent lust Sunday wHn Oscar nnd Therese Legried near Bricelyn. Adrian Hauskin, his mother and brother drove to Minneapolis last i-'rlday to see Ole Hauskin at the lospital there. They returned on Saturday evening und Ole also came lome with them us he could get TO relief. Mrs. L. D. Mayne und Mrs. Fruiik {elly were in Algonu shopping Friday. MONEY-MAKING MACHINES DE LAVAL Separators and Milkers THIS WAY PAYS BEST A COOO COW PRODUCING aooo LBS. or 4* MILK A YEAR _ WIU PRODUCE CNOUOIj SKIMMM H •AMO 330 LU. Cf ftuTUN FAT TO IKLL The dtiiry cow It not only our greatest producer of wealth, but De Laval Separators and Milkers are the best money-making machines any milk or cream producer can own. It U not unusual for a De Laval Separator or Milker to earn its own payments and pay for itself in its firut 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 toiJay have given 20 to 30 and even muic years of service; and many De Laval Milkers first placed on the market 19 years ago are still in use. Why not put a De Laval to work ou your farm? You can get one on •ucb easy terms it will soon pay for itself. Call on us. Repair Shop for all Makes W. C. SCHULTZ, LAKOTA AUTHORIZED DC LAVAL DKALKII Mrs. George Snell and son of Choltlo, Minn., were visitors at the Jake Telcamps recently. Mrs. Sntli is a sister of Mr. Telcamp. Mrs. Edgar Inlay underwent nn operation at the Buffalo Center hospital, Thursday morning and Dr. Williams reports her condition as satisfactory. Mrs. George Edwards was brought home from Rochester, Minnesota, last week Wednesday for a two weeks' stay when she will return to the hospital for another operation. Rcmpt Ennen suffered a light stroke last week Monday morning und for a time his speech was impaired but later in the week he could again talk and was otherwise improved. Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Claussen. Goodridge, Minn., have been visiting relatives here and returned l:onie last week. Henry was born and reared near Gerled so it seems like coming home. The Methodist Sunday School board met at the Otto Koppens last week Monday evening. Plans were discussed in regard to Children's Day and Easter programs and oth er Sunday School activities. Loyal Gingrich, south of town, is at the home of his mother, Mr. Gingrich, in Algona where he i. taking treatments for spinal arthritis at the hospital. Friday morning he had his tonsils removed and lie will not be able to do farm work for some time. Mesdames W. E. Gutknecht, Harry Wai-burton, Carl Gerzema ard Cyrus Renshaw entertained the Acorn club at a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs. Gutknecht's Thursday. The table centerpieces were lovely multicolored sweet peas, candy favors and a delicious meal was served. Following the business meeting Mrs. W. E. Ley gave an interesting book review on "The Citadel" by A. J. Cronin. our farmers working in the field. I'hi' uiathcr bus been very nice nnd the the land in fairly Rood shape, yet it seems rather early. We are sorry to hear of the accident Paul Wirkwire bad of shooting himself in the foot. We hope he will get along nicely as we nli knew him when he formerly liver west of St. Benedict. Mr. anil Mrs. Philip Immrrfal drove to Bancroft the previous Sunday to . nil on Mrs. 1'onv Arndorfer who is sirk at the Leo Arndorfer home. Mrs. Arndorfer is an aunt nf Mrs, Philip Immerfall. Mis. Mary McKrmna took Mrs. Pan Frorhlich, Rita Arcnd. Mrs mie Rricksun and Afrs. Fred Kiirkson to StHcyvillo. where her daughter, Irene operates a benuty shop. From there Mrs. McKcmna and Mrs. Froehlich drove to Adams, Minn., to call on Mrs. Winsmer. the former Geneva Kinder for the afternoon and returned borne that evening. They report a very One trip. New Location OR, C, G, SHIERK PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST bovc James Drug Store Telephone 133 iit srny,•iiul NKU'jisspnn"- itself. .Hiim ''""I limvl brctons djiriiii-.' s.-iilnrs, siiuirl little ]>ill boxes. \viiisnine (iff'-fficers. poke hmiiicts, . . . li;ils be\vitcliiii»-|y pretty. B..- ribboned. veiled and flower trimmed. The ELITE Shop Tov^ctionl TmlTouituI llw Uiaiti/4cUl '"""M OPENING OF OUR EXCLUSIVE 1938 This Year You Will Find Our Stock NEW-FRESH and up to the Minute in = STYLE :::-=== SPECIAL We cnn furnish anything that Is made In WALL COVERING OrK PRICKS ARE LOWER THAN EVER Prices on our present stork range from 15e to S5e per DOntLE ROLL. We show special order papers up to $«.00 per double roll. 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Decease'! dated April 2', 1933, having been' thii! day filed, opened ;md read Moiday the 2!Hh day of April. 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court Huuse in Algoiu, Iowa, before the Disirict Court of said county, or the Clerk of .siiil Court; and at nine o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all p. i • sons interested are hereby nolili-.i and required to appear, and .shu.' rausi.', if any they have, why sai- 1 instrument should not b- probate'' und allowed as and for the I.-IMI Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Aigona, Iowa, Misrvh 2") 1938. KATHARINE Me EVOV. Clerk of District (•(.•••! ALMA PEARSON'. Deputy Sullivan, McMiihon & Ljisnun. attorneys. 13-1413 And we could not take time to count our Wall I liner patterns that run l'5c per DOUBLE ROLL iiiMl under, but you win be surprised at the largo "•lection. \ou can paper u 10x12 room with -•><• imper for Home beauty is reflected in every wall which is papered with our selection of modern papers. 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