The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 5, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pen Molnes, Algona, lorra, April 5,1938 4 SETS TWIN CALVES BORN INJ8MONTHS R. H. Walker and Sons Report a Prolific Hoi stein Herd News Items ofFenton Vicinity Swea-Eagle: R. H. Walker and sons of Swea township, who are veteran dairymen, report that four sets of twin calves have been born in their herd of Holsteins within the past 18 months. Most of the farmers began work in the fields the first of the week, but cold weather on Wednesday put work at a stand-still. Harold Jones, who has been agent for Pioneer hybrid seed eorn. was nt the fjwea City hatchery this week where the seed corn was delivered and distribution was made. Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson and two children visited one dav last week at the home of Mrs. Pearson's sister. Mrs. Jean Simmons at West Bend. Mrs. Simmons has been ill the past two weks with jaundice. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roalson. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Roalson and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Petterson were at Mason City last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of a relative. Victor Peterson, who passed away March 26. Before moving to Mason City he lived in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Art K. Anderson were hostesses at their home last week Mondap evening, having as their guest the elders nnd trustees and their families, and Rev. nivl Mrs. Frerking of the Presbyterian church of Lakota. After a business meeting-, lunch was served to ,T: gue.-ts. Myron I.. Johnson spent last Tuesday in Swea City visiting the business men who are connected with cooperative marketing of farm products and invited them to a county farm bureau directors' meeting to he field Monday evening. April 4 at the Luther League hall, Swea City. The Martha Circle of the Swea City M. E. church met last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Art K. Anderson. Talk on Lenten season was given by Mrs. H. E. Harvey. Mrs. George Harner presented the work done in county home project, "Child Care and Development" Twelve ladies were present and a lunch was served by the hostess. V. A. Barretts Mrs. Ernest Jensen and Mrs. Wm. Krause of Lone Rock spent We* nesday afternoon with the latter's daughter, Mrs. R. L. Padgett and family. Freeman Wolf was ill all last week and confined to his bed at the home of his son, W. R. Wolf, where he makes his home. At this writing he is improved. Arnold Skaden of Frost. Minn., Ruth Snyder of Blue Earth. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson and daughter. Lavonne of Cylinder visited one day last week at the Harlan Gaard home. The Fenton Methodist Epworth League entertained members of the Presbyterian League and the Methodist League of Burt at a roller skating party here Thursday evening of last week which is known as "Win My Chum Week." Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Irene Krause. leader and club president, respectively, of the Fenton Forward 4-H club went to Clarion on Thursday to attend a 4-H club Posture training school. Twelve ladies of Kossuth county attended. Mr. and Mrs. Hilhert Hantelman autoed to Mankato. Minn.. Friday morning and that evening Mrs. Hantelman played a violin concert at the Bethany Lutheran colleg' She was accompanied at the niano by her sister. Ruth Srhneewind of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach went to Armstrong last week Monday to help celebrate a wedding anniversary of Mrs. Zumach's parents. Mand Mrs. John Theesfield. Otheis attending were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Theesfield and baby and the Dr. Simmons family, all of Armstrong. Martin Ohm, son of Mr. and Mrs O'.to Ohm. is managing the Kuniacl r-ecr tiivern at Rolfe since last \vecl i ho owner. August /.uiiiach is pur" fering ill health and left last week accompanied 1'y his wife for finch '•'ter. Minn., for treatment. Frnm there they plan to take a tri;> intn Wisi onsin. Mrs. Frei! W. J( n:-! wns taken by nrprisc Thursday evening when ing Thursday evening for a pros '••ective membership drive at th W>hn Kerber home. Shortly afte ;he boys had gathered the Inde pendence Idealist, girls' club, hon ored the Boosters with a surpris party. The evening was spent a sames after which lunch was serv ed A large number of boys and -rirls attended. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs Don Weisbrod entertained a grott] of ladies last week Tuesday after noon in honor of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Marilyn Mae Weisbrod's birth day anniversaries. Guests were Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughter Alvina. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mrs A. J. Krause. Mrs. C. F. C. Laage Mrs. W. E. Laage. Mrs. O. J. Ranney. Mrs. Frank McFall Mrs. Schwartz and Agnes Goetsch. The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. John Newel last week Friday afternoon, with nine members present. Mrs. Marguerite Laage gave a paper on Community Service and Mr.?. .Vc!!ic Wo!.' gave one on American Legion birthday anniversaries. The ladies plan to pack a box of fruit and vegetables for the Harry Elmore family who moved last week near Whittemore. The next meeting will be held with Airs. Maude Dean on the last Friday in April. Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mrs. Melbin Mansager, Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Mrs. George Siems. Mrs. George Bolte. Mrs. B. G. Berkeland. Mrs R. Laabs. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. and Mrs. Derwood Kern, all member; of the Independence township farm bureau woman's club and Mrs. E. r. Weisbrod and Mrs. Don Weis- hrod of the Kossuth county farm bureau woman's club of Fenton attended the annual Palo Alto BURT TEACHERS ARE REELECTED Hurt: At a meeting of the school board last Monday evening all of the teachers were reelected for the coming year. An average raise in. salary of about five per cent was voted. Visit at Ledyard LedyArd: Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and children of Troy attended! l_. r ?. US , e ' t Sa , turclav morning^nccom- the music concert Friday evening.' ~~ J group of relatives and friend - gathered at her home with well-filled baskets to celebrate her birthday. Five hundred v/.i- played :.t six tables with Mrs. A. J. Kraus-' and K. J. Frank winning the high score prize. Lunch was nerved by the guests. The practice for the senior class play. "Introducin" Susan'" began last week under the direction of Gladys Sleichter. The cast includes Ruth Dreyer. Ruth Espe. Evelyn Klatt. Ruth Weisbrod. Herbert Wallace. Mervin Priebe, Hadley Bailey, Rollin Geronsin. Edmund Kraus?. Harold Weisbrod. Raymond Grnrn- enz and Marjorie Johnson. Mrs. Enos Wrede of Fort Dodge spent several days last week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Achievement day at Emmetsburs Wednesday. March 30th. UNION NEWS The inf'int son of Mr. uml Mrs. Mr. Barrett is superintendent of the school at Troy this year. He was music Instructor In Ledyard for H years and Mrs. Barrett also taught here for six years. They went on after the concert to Livermore to visit at the Kane? home for the week end. panied by her brother. Edmund Krause. Edith Wolf nnd Anna Finn, they went to Britt where EdmunJ played a clarinet solo in the district music contest. Edith Wolf played the piano accompaniment! Miis Finn is the Fenton music teacher. The Independence Booster boy»' 4-H club met at the regular meet- Fred Davis has been named Parrell Eugene. Anthony Sto.Tel is again assisting at the Stehle rwmhvare store in Burt as Mr. Stehle is not feeling the host of late. Olaf Romstad is able to be back at his work at carpentering :>fter being laid up with a sore foot, tl-e result of stepping on a rusty nail. He suffered complications from a tetanus shot. A telephone meeting was held >n Algona for lines 2 and 26. All the old officers were reelected, namely: Frank Cruikshank, president: Joe Ricker. secretary-treasurer, and Rudolph Will, lineman. The ladies of the M. and D. club who are on the committee to prepare an historical booklet for the club met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louis Bode, Those present were Mrs. Henry Tjaden. Airs. S. H. McNutt. Airs. Cora Bacon. Mrs. Presley Sarchctt and Mrs. Frank Hoflus. Other members of the committee are: Mrs. Sadie Schenck of Minneapolis and Mrs. Kate Annis of Miles City, Montana, who are cooperating- by mail. Mrs. R C. Schwietert spent las Wednesday with relatives at Lnk ota. Cora Dahl, Thompson, spent last week end at the Wayne Mann home She is a cousin of Mrs. Alann. Frank Paine, a former Burt boy and brother of Mrs. J. P Stow, anc E. E. Paine, was elected mayor oi Ames last week. The Epworth League and Chrlst- an Endeavor society attended a roller skating party at Fenton last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Afay, Em- mctsburg. visited Wednesday eve- ii"<r. with Mrs. May's parents. Mr md Afrs. J. G. Sewick. The G. H. AlcMullens attended he funeral of a friend at May City nst Monday. The McMullens form- rly lived at May City. Larry, son of Air. and Mrs. Clif- urd Holding, was confined to his «'d last week with n sfreptococclc nfection of his throat. O. G. Schmidt. Buffalo Center, was calling on Burt friends on Tiie-day. The Schmidtj were formerly Burt residents. The Rev. and Airs. J. M. Donis went to Livermore Friday evening, w nerp Rev. Doms preached a f a ;>ic-Uaster union service. M:-.< S. E. Straley and her two i?ral daughters. Fenton. spent days last week with her parents. Mr. nnd Alr.s. W. E. Brace. J. P. TrimUhill went to P.ochesi- •"'. Minn.. Thursday to go through Mu> Mayo clinic. He was a>-com- ii.iiiied by Dr. Wallace of Algnm. Mrs. George Koestler and daughter. I'aemond. returned Friday from Rochester. Minn., when- Mrs. ICc.cstler had been tailing tnvit- .icnt. Mrs II. E. Woodward and Mrs. ''. K. Bartlett, Whittemore, attend- 1 the m»eting of the Woman's club .it Mrs. P. F. Kriethe's last Alon- lay evening. Mrs. K. \V. Hayward and son. \Vall:uc, Chicago, came Wednesday for a several weeks' visit with Mrs. Hayward's sister. Airs. Fill Gorman , who has been ill. Betty Walker, who is taking nurses 'training at the Alethodin hospital In Des Moines, came home the middle of last week for a two or three weeks' vacation. Mrs. O. W. Blelch was hostess to the Lutheran Aid society Thursday afternoon. Harold and Richard Welske were hosts to the Walther League the same evening. The American Legion and Auxiliary meets with the Tom Trenarys Tuesday evening, April 4. Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs G. C. Giddings are assisting hostesses. Stella Isenberger returned tc her work nt Morningsfde College last Monday evening. She had been called home by the illness nnd death of her father, J. O. Isenbcrser. The Cecil Godfredsons and Miss Grace Godfredson were supper guests Thursday evening at the N. M. Godfredson home at Swei City. Grace will work for the I. W. Haii- Kcns. The C. F. Whalens, Lakota, and the E. C. Weisbrods, Fenton, called on Burt friends Thusrdny, and the \vomen attended the meeting of the Fortnightly club at Mrs. O. H. Graham's. The regular annual meeting of the Presbyterian church will be held nt the church Friday evening, April 3. Reports of the various church organizations will be made nt this meeting. The Beckworth cafe reopened on Friday after being closed foi a few weeks of repairs and redecorating. Mr. Beckworth recently bought back the business from Ray Pringle. Paul Macauley, who has been substituting in the creamery al Belmond the past two and a half months, has completed hta work there and returned home Thursday evening. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. C. B, Chlpman. and Mrs. Paul Macauley attended a meeting in Algona on Thursday to plan the annual Rebekah convention which will be held In Algona. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Leona Lichter, Algona, left Friday for Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. Mrs. Clapsaddle is visiting her parents at Cedar Rapids and Leona visited friends at Iowa City. Clarence Schrader, who has bern teaching at Hobbs, New Mexico, hns resigned his position there, and now has a supervisory position with the CCC. He has three New Mexico camps under his supervision At the Mite society meeting held Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance was elected president; Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, vice president; Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. secretary, and Mrs. C. L. Holding, treasurer. ?rs. Ada Mann returned last Tuesday from Van Nuys, Calif., where she had spent the winter with her son. Frank. On the way home she visited Mrs. Frank Allen and daughter, former Burt residents at Julesburg, Colo. The Misses Mattie' Warner and Eva Whitney returned Wednesday from Santa Paula, Calif., where they had spent the winter. On their way home they spent a week with two nieces and a nephew of Miss Warner at Portland, Oregon, and another week with her sister at Three Forks, Montana. Mother of Woman At Livermore Die* Livermore: Mrs. Albert Smith received word of the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. A. Coffman of Milo and in company with Mr. Smith and their dauShters, Helen Mae and Lois, they left Immediately for the bedside of the aged lady. Mrs. Coffman died after they had reached her bedside, and funeral services were held there Thursday, Mrs. C6ffman had been in fall- Ing health for some time, and the daughter has spent much time with her during the past six months. Curtis Ward was a guest during vacation of Stuart Thompson. BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, tang term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPESIUS Heist Bldg. Algona, IOWA 1-tf H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Even load Injured against loss or •tfimage Equipped to do all Kinds of draylng and hauling. "THE TELEPHONE is the last iSiing we'd do without on our farm—'" A FARMER TOLD US "The telephone saves me time- mileage and money. What more can anyone ask for?" Let the telephone help you get what you want—added income, visits with friends, protection for your family and property. In running a farm, it is a full time assistant—one that pays you much more than it costs. if you don't have a telephone, writ* u« or atk any telephone employee for information about the service. NORTHWESTERN BILL TELIFHONI COMPANY Yes - Lowest - Cost Save time and worry—purchase with confidence. Know yon have the best—we meet the requirements. Automobile Liability Insurance—Dwelling— Household Goods and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Requirements Good Insurance Pays The Algona Insurance Agency State Street Home Loans C. R. LnBarre Automobile Loans Phone 55 Insurance The choice h easily made. The Andrew* Hotel It rituetcd in the center of the downtown dbtrict-a few ttcpt to ihopi •nd •muiemerrti Guetti ere elwiyt cam- forteble in plcmmt, homelike room*, Appetizing food for brulcftrt, luncheon •nd dinner-served In the Coffee Shop...G«rt9c service...All rates are reasonable. TMCOOORt f. STELTCM MVUOl* ANDREWS SALE GOING FULL BLAST - BARGAINS IN ALL DEPTS. Stock of Christensen Bros. Co. - Algona, Iowa - You Can Spend Both Sides of Your Dollar Now Too Many Items to List- 40 to so percent Savings on Most Merchandise Soiled Merchandise on Tables at Rummage Sale Prices - Come-Pick ^^^•^^^^^••••^^••^•••^••^••••^•^^^^^^^^••^^••^•••{^^•^••^•m^^H^^^Bmi Morning, Apr.6 At Nine A. M. About 100 Ladies Dresses, worth up to $10, going at 95c Belle Sharmeer Silk Hose, about 200 pairs, regular $1.35, perfect condition 65c Belle Sharmeer Silk Hose, about 150 pairs, regular $1.00, perfect condition -49c STOCK UP NOW! Ready - to - Wear Prices Will Please You! Now is the time to buy your Winter Coats at Half Price or Less- It will pay you to Drive 70 miles to visit this Fire Sale Stock Up Now! • Only A Few Days Left to Sell All - Ladies Silk Dresses - About 1,200 to choose from * 40 to 50 percent Saving - New Spring Suits and Coats, better quality garment*, a good selection

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