The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1938 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 5, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 5, 1938 North East Kossuth Page TTTONKA FIRM HELD OPENING Reiley Gives Talk At Club Meeting; Other Titonka News Tltonka: The Boughton & Swan undertaking establishment neld a formal opening Saturday. They have three newly decorated and finished rooms in the rear of the Gamble store. Each visitor was presented with a gift. Reiley Gives Talk , O. S. Reiley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, gave a very interesting talk at the regular meeting of the Good Will club The meeting was held at the home of L. J. Miller, president, Friday evening. Quite a number attended. Tltonka Receives Superiors Friday afternoon the boys' glee club drove to Britt to compete in the district music contest. The glee club sang two numbers, under the direction of Emery D. Stewart. Tltonka received only two superiors at the sub-district contest held at Burt some time ago. The other superior was a tuba solo by Russel French. He played Friday evening. Little Girl Operated On Vernedell. the three year old girl of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Willis who has been sick with the flu and ear trouble for some time and was taken to Algona to the Kossuth hospital Thursday evening was operated on for mastoids. Mr. and Mrs. V. Wilson, Algona, visited Thursday with their son, John and wife. Mrs. Ubbe Winter has not been well, and Friday entered the hospital at Buffalo Center. John Bleich will open the Coliseum Saturday for skating. It has been used all winter as n. bowling alley. Russell French, Arnold Rirklcf.<), Forrest Hansen and Robert Wood were among those ill with the flu last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Carol Reaser, Mrs. Harold Miller and Ola Mae Miller were Mnson City visitors Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Peterson, Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher, Mrs. Wm. Srhutjer and Mrs. Wm. Peterson attended the cooking school at Algona Thursday of this week. Rev. W. L. Patterson went to Cedar Falls. Wednesday to meet Mrs. Patterson, who had just returned to Cedar Rapids with relatives from a six weeks' trip to Florida. Mri. Andrew Peterson accompanied him to Marshalltown, where she visited her brother, Glen Reibsamen and family. They returned to Titonka, Saturday. The Harold Miller family moved Friday from a farm east of town to the upstairs apartment at the Henry Meyer home. The Ted Dunmire famj'y moved Saturday from the E. >,. Saathoff house to an acreage east of town which they purchased. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Saathoff will occupy their own house, having lived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larsen while they sepnt the winter with a daughter in New Mexico. MUSIC GROUPS AT LEDYARD IN VOCALFESTIVAl First Year Music Has Been Offered to The Grades Ledyard: On Friday evening the music students of Ledyard high school under the direction of Robert Morris, presented a music fest- val in the auditorium. This Is the first year that music has been offered all through the grades. There are 12 boys In the boys' :lee club: Duane Thompson, Marcus Rippentrop, Paul Garry, Billy McDonald, Howard Klinksiek, Ervin Junkermeier, OrvlHe Brant, Howard Nitz, Ervin Beenken, Donald Looft, Cecil Langermann and Vernon Dorsey. Of these, four are juniors, three sophomores, and five are freshmen. The girls in the girls' glee club are: Betty Eggerth, Delorls Gelhaus, Jean Gable, Marjorie Gable, Marjorie Mayer, Maxine Siefert, Kathleen Reece, Marvel Halverson, Alvira Halverson and Fern Stenzel. LAKOTANSHOME WITH GOOD TAN Mr. and Mrs Ray Smith and Son Back From Florida LET'S SHOW YOU Ivadel Peterson, Louise Zielske. Nadine Hans, Agnes Junkermeier, IJeloris Junkermeier, Verna Berglund, Margaret Smith, Arlene Corhus and Oleo Looft. Beulah Looft is the accompanist for all groups. They gave a splendid concert and a large crowd was present to enjoy it. Grant News PLANTER • This new No. 40 Case Variable Drop Planter offers you an improved method of planting that gives the corn a better start. Accurate drop for full stands. Uniform depth for even germination. Positive crou check for clean cultivation. Many new time-saving features. Built to last long beyond ordinary planters. See it ... go over it . . . compare it, Then tell us what you think of it. L. E. Hovey Implement Co. HOME OWNED Phone 90 No. Thorington St. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel and sons were Sunday visitor) V. the Ed Christ home In Forest City. Last Friday evening the high .school gave their operetta, "Miss Cherry Blossom." A large crowd attended. Saturday evening the married Indies of Grant played basketball with Ihc fat men. The men beat by a acore of 27 to 23. The members of the Grant church ivcrc busy last Tuesday and Wednesday cleaning the church und giving the floor a new coal of paint. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and their daughters und Mr. and Mrs. Curti« Skuggs were visitors at the Fred Montgomery home in Blue Earth, Friday. Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Speichcr and family were visitors Sunday ul the John Spcicher home in Fairmont. Mr. Spcicher, who has been in poor health fur several years is not as well at this time. The small daughter of Walter Magnuson was severely bitten on the face by the family do^ one day recently. It svaa necessary to take 16 stitches, the child D.MIH; in the Fairmont hospital. The cast of the plays sponsored by the Cirant Fellowship held a party at the Harold Fischer home Wednesday evening of lust week. i'linsc attending were Mr. and Mrs. A I Jacobs-oil und children, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeilske and son.*, Wallace P..-; -:-.o!d.';, D. R. Dinsmore and Donald Muyne. The evening was spent in playing games, after which u lunch wus served. Oscar Frandle had a loud of seed corn delivered at his furm last Monday afternoon. Hybrid seed corn has been a good crop the pa it few years. I'll MAKE MONEY FOR YOU, MISTER! And you c*n bet dm thu chick will mike money for you, too, bcctiuc it't t carefully twed SWIFT'S BABY CHICK. SwuVi hatching cggi arc produced by flocki in which etcnbitd hat been tested for pullorum diKiK, and (elected Cot breed type, vigor, >nd good egg production. Eich egg bom these flocki is individually impeded for size, ihapc, clean- line*!, and ihcll texture. Only the but of toctc cggi are tet, to the chicki bitched grow into one, all' around bird* SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS mature early, lay Urge, good-quality cggi. Tune chicki develop rapidly into meaty bird* that coniumeri like. Orfcr Swift Itfcy CUiki TwU>! Swift & Co. HATCHERY Phone 264 Iowa Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and little son, Conley, returned home last week Tuesday from s three months vacation in Florida and came home with a splendid coat of tan. They spent some time visiting friends, but most of the time was spent in an apartment and enjoying the various recreations. Ray especially enjoyed the fishing. Most of the time was spent at Miami, Lauderdale, the Everglades and other places of Interest. Leland Wheeler lives In Miami, Tracy Trlpp at Lauderdale, Mrs. Opal Wheeler in St. Petersburg, all of whom are former residents of Lakota and the Smiths visited with all fef them. Attend Church Meeting The Rev.-ahd Mrs. O. H. Frerking, the trustees and elders and their wives of the Presbyterian church drove to the Art Andersons south of Swea City last week Monday evening for the regular monthly church meeting. This was also a housewarming for the Andersons who have recently completed a new home on their farm. All report a very enjoyable evening. Injured in Fall Mrs. M. Dennison fell from u step-ladder early last week while putting up some curtains nnd injured one arm and one ankle. Although not serious, the injury is painful. Mr. Dennison is in charge of the meat department of the Smith & Co. general mercantilj Store. Annual Church Meeting The Presbyterians held their annual congregational meeting at the church last week Tuesday evening, and reports have it as one of the best meeting in several years. Election of trustees resulted in Charles Gutflnecht and Claus Daniels being re-elected for three, years and Carl Gerzema and Henry Geerdes being elected for three years. I. E. Wortman was re-elected as elder for four years; Mrs. J. E. Ukena was re-elected as pianist and Margaret Schroedcr was elected as assistant pianist. All departmental treasurers reported funds on hand. Ro-Hire Teachers W. E. Ley was reelccted president of the local school board at a meeting held last week and all teachers were given contracts for the coming year. Mrs. Guy Beemer was a business visitor In Algona Thursday. , The Erman Hansons visited with Erman's brother at Titonka last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Dourte, of Swea City, were Sunday visitors with the Samuel Warburtons. Miss Marjorie Williams, Minneapolis, spent last week visiting Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams. She is an aunt of Dr. Williams. Mrs. Mir.nie Heetland, who has been 1)1 the past few weeks was better early last week but not so well later in the week. Meriam Heetland, Fern Lewis and Harold Geerdes came home Friday from Dubuque University for v week of vacation with their respective families. The Clyde Sanders from Swea City moved into the James Bruer house early last week. Mr. Sanders works with the county road maintenance crew. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Daniels attended the funeral of the former's cousin. George Swyter at the German Reform church of Ramsey township, Monday afternoon. Edgar Inlay drove to Moville. near Sioux City Thursday to get his mother, who will help with the house work when Mrs. Inlay comes home from the hospital, Saturday Mrs. Guy Beemer and two sons, Bobby and Billie, drove to Nevada Friday evening to visit her futner and on Saturday she went shopping in Des Moines, returning homo oil Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bertus Jansen visited a sister-in-law, Mrs. Elso Jansen ut Park hospital, Mason City, recently. Mrs. Elso Jansen ha:, been a patient ut the hospital for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow tame liome from the Rochester Clinic on Thursday and Mrs. Farrow hat been confined to her bed most of the time since, suffering with :i severe cold. Mrs. Harry Mussman's mother, Mrs. F. C. Kiester, Elmore, Minn., lias been ill the past week and on Saturday she was brought here and will stay a week or more until she ias recovered. Mr. and Mrs. August Fuller drove up from Bradgute and spent Sunday afternoon visiting the Rev. und Mrs. Curl Hammer. The Rev. Hammer is u former pastor of the Brad- gute M. E. church. The John Smiths spent Sunday with Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. Mary Smith ut Algonu. Mary Elaine Smith, who had fpent the past two weeks with her grandmother, returned home with them. A birthday party was held at he J. E. Telcamps last week Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of Cort Rippentrop. Relatives and the Rev. und Mrs. O. H. Frerking were guests. The Ledyard township home proj- ;ct women were invited to attend .he Pulo Alto county Achievement Day program ut Estherville lust week Wednesday, but on account of rain no one wus able to go. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Knutson drove to Bricelyn, Minn.. Sunday to see the new boy at the Merril We:>terlunds. Mrs. Gust Koppen. who spent last week helping care Williams had charge of devotions. Mrs. Delia Smith was hostess to :he J.lcMiodist Aid last wee!; Wed nesday afternoon. The next meeting will he n social event with the Mesdames A. Q. Smith, George Altizer. Will Kienitz and S. Warburton as hostesses. The Rev. nnd Mrs. Carl Hammer were called to Sioux City last week Tuesday by a message saying their daughter-in-law was critically ill in the hospital. She was somewhat Improved nnd they returned homo Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson and family drove to Mason City lust week Tuesday, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Peterson's brother, Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Gco. WaHentine, northwest of town, also attended the funeral. Mrs. Minnie Heetlnnd has not been well for several weeks and was somewhat worse Friday, but is feeling better at this time. Mrs. Heetland is one of the pioneers of this vicinity. Her daughter, Hannah, is at home and cares for her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball entertained Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena at a seven o'clock dinner last week Wednesday evening in honor of the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ukena. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow were both ill last week following their return from the hospital at Rochester, Minn., Sunday. Both were somewhat improved later in the week. Miss Farrow, a daughter of John Farrow, is helping with the house work. Peter Koppen, Titonka, is visiting at the home of his son, Gust and family, east of town. Mr. Koppen expects to remain here about a month. Since the death of his wife last year the home was broken up and Mr. Koppen has since made his home with a daughter at Titonka. Friday evening was a busy one at the Presbyterian church ffpnrlors. The young married people'3 Sunday School class sponsored a 2ii cent supper and cleared $21. Mrs. W. K. Gutkncrht is teacher of the class. Later in the evening the senior Christian Ecndeavor young people enjoyed a party. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknect and Mrs. Delia Smith drove to Algona last week Sunday to visit Mrs. Anna Skinner and her daughter, Mrs. Frank Seeley. The Skinners were friends of long standing of Mrs. Smith, as she met them when she was a teacher in the Ledyard school "way back when." Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lev drova to DCS Moines and then to Grinnell Friday to bring their daughter, Betty home for the spring vacation. Bob Dewel, Algona, and Mary Curtis, Fairmont, accompanied them home. They left Mr. Dewcl at Algona and Miss Curtis' parents drove down here to meet her Friday night. Mrs. O. H. Frerking was guest speaker at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon of the Swea City Thursday club last Thursday. She talked on Art and displayed pictures to Illustrate her talk. Mrs. Frerking Is a very capable woman, also a very busy one with her church work at home nnd she frequently fills pulpits at other churches. Gus Anderson, To Final Rest Ledyard: Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for (Jus Anderson, who had passed away last Sunday night. Rev. Carl Hammer officiated and burial was mtide in Highland Home cemetery. Pall bearers were D. A. Carpenter, Henry Dyer, Wm. Green, H. D. Mayne, J. H. Welfare and Everett Hartshorn. Hebron Twp News for the new grandnon, returned home with them. Mesditmes Cort Rippentrop. J. E. Telcamp, John Furst, J. E. Ukonu, Maude Hamilton and J. E. Smith entertained the Presbyterian Aid and served the monthly 25 cent supper last Thursday. Mrs. R. L. John Store has traded his old car for a 1936 Chevrolet. Leonard Anderson shelled corn for Roy Leibrundt lust Friday. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and children spent last Sunday with her parents. Mrs. Gust Nelson assisted Mrs. Ben Twait during housecleaning last week. LeDonna Hanson spent a few days lust week with her mint, Mrs. Curl Matheson. Mrs. Grace Beckstein is now confined to her bed ut the T. A. Wilson home in Buffalo Center. Mrs. Oscar Frundle spent last Friday night at the home of Mr.-i. Gust Nelson at Stevens. Thelnia Frundle and Levine Legried spent last Sunday with thtrir aunt, Mrs. Paul Klepping ut Forest City. Mr. und Mrs. Marion Nicholas and children of Minneapolis spent the week end with her folks, John Jordahl and family. Mr. und Mrs. Lloyd Luge und Junice spent last Tuesday ut the Adrian Hauskin home. Mr. Luge attended the community suie held ut Stevens. Oscar Frandle, John Budje. Sam Winter and Adrian Huuskin attended u meeting in regurd to the soil conservation program ut Lakota lust Thursday night. Mrs. Hannah Thompson hus been on the sick list confined to her bej for the past week. Her daughter. Mrs. Howurd Anderson hus be.-n staying there to help cure for her. Mr. and Mrs. Lurs Egesduhl have a new grandchild burn to Mr. anil Mrs. Curlylc ICgesduhl of Titonka. This is their first child, the little girl being u week old lust Tuesday Mr. und Mrs. Enoch Hanson and four of the children left Friday morning for Bruinerd, Minn., where they will visit u few duys with relatives and friends before returning home. Mrs. Oscar Frandle und Ordule, Mrs. C. O. Legried und Mrs. C. L. 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