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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3,1938 North East Kossuth Page A. C. SCHISSEL'S FATHER PASSES IN MINNEAPOLIS Bites Held Thursday a Ft. Atkinson, The Old Home Town Lakota: J. P. Schissel, Mlnneap oils, father of A. C. Schissel, Lak ota, pased away at his home IDS •week Monday after an illness many months. Mr. and Mrs. A. C Schissel have been at his bedsld most of the time the past tw •weeks. Funeral services were held at Fl Atkinson, Iowa, Thursday mornlni at ten o'clock and burial was In th cemetery at Fort Atkinson, which •was Mr. Schissel's old home town Besides his widow he leaves flv daughters and three sons to mourn his passing at the age of 08 years Mr. Schissel was connected with the local elevator of which his son A. C. is part owner and manager. By Plane tj Coast W. E. Ley left for Des Molnei last week Wednesday afternoon via automobile from where he lefi oy plane for Lna Angeles. California In response to a message saying his sister, Mrs. Ada Waud, had undergone an emergency appandicltis operation and was seriously ill. Mr Ley expects to remain in California for about two weeks and will vlsll other relatives while there. Serve Aid Dinner Mesdames E. J. Woodworth, R. U Williams, William Wirtjes, C. J. Rippentrop and Heyo Berschman were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at the church parlors, Thursday afternoon and served the monthly supper. Mrs. Jerry Uk«na had charge of the program for the afternoon meeting. Mrs. L E Wortman had charge of devotions] Mrs. Frerklng led group singing and Mrs. William Schroeder played a piano solo. Edgar, brother of Wade Ball, who has been visiting here, left last week to visit a sister In Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Henry Mitchell was hostess to the Sunday School board at a meeting last week Mond.iy evening •with 16 in attendance. A. D. Austin, Thompson, Is the new assistant at the local Thompson lumber yard. William Turley has been manager of the local yard for 22 years. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Westerlund and little son of Brlcelyn, Minn., were Sunday visitors with Mrs. westerlund's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen. Mrs. Hattle Crisp, Alden, visited her cousin, Mrs. Guy Beemer las Thursday and Friday, Ura. Criip >»**«*> IM*w»jr to relative* £ South Dakota. Mrs. Dona Nuby. White Salmon Washington, and Joy Jensvold o Cylinder, Iowa, were visitors with their cousin, Mrs. Wm. Turley. last week Wednesday. The senior class will present its class play, "Handle With Core" at the school auditorium, Frldav evening, May 6th, with a cast of 17 young people. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H Frerking, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman Mrs. R. L. Williams and Mrs. W E. Gutknecht attended the Presbytery at Boone last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larimer and their son and vrlte. Mr. and Mrs Owen Larimer, all of Sioux Center,' S. D., were recent visitors with the Wm. Turleys. Mrs. Bert Larimer and Mrs. Turley are sisters. Helen Awe gave a tap dance recital of her dancing class at the school auditorium last Wednesday afternoon at which the mothers of the pupils and several other guests were present and all enjoyed the event. Mrs. Samuel Warburton entertained the Swea City W. C. T. U last week Tuesday afternoon Following the business meeting, Mra. Rachel Stockman read nr. interest- ing paper on "Youth's Temperance Council." The Rev. Carl Hammer, Samuel Warburton, Clyde Thaves, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thompson drove to Lake Mills last week Tuesday evening to attend the Methodist Brotherhood meeting. The young people of the Luther League presented a play at the church last week Sunday. Those in the oast were Loren Sachs, Glen Klocke, Edwin and Arvid Christ, Herman Werlnga, Irene Weringa, Shirley Hanson, Helen, Alma and Ella Christ. Mrs. Alton Anderson was hostess to the Methodist Aid last wonk Wednesday afternoon nt their regular monthly business meeting. Plans were trade for the Press Association dinner Friday, April 29, and the Commercial club dinner on May 5th, at whlcn time the clus will entertain their wives. Mesdames, George Heetland, Guy Beemer and Carl Gerzema and their children drove to Albert Lea on Thursday and brought Mrs. Cora Hutchison, a nurse, home with them to care for Mrs. Minnie Heetland, who has been 111 for several weeks. Mrs. Bllnkman, a nurse, who has been caring for her, left Thursday evening. TITONKAGIRL WAS SPECIAL LEDYARD CLASS WASTNDUTCH" But 'Twos All in Fun, and Only Lasted For One Evening Ledyard: The annual junior-senor banquet was held in the school, itonday evening, April 25. The gen- iral theme of the banquet was a Jutch scene. The following program was given: Flying Dutchman, Toastmaster Irvin Beenken; The Little Dutch Girl, Sernard Anderson; The Little Boy, Fern Stenzell; musical num- >er, Mr. Morris; The Little Dutch Mill, Mr. Granner; musical num- er, Mr. Morris; So We Bring Tu- ps, Howard Nitz; "A Dog Story," ean Nelson and Boating on the OanaJ, Beulah Looft Miss Dorothy Stoflet, home econ- mlcs teacher and junior sponsor, ad charge of the banquet. It was repared by Mrs. Harriet Matzen- r. The sophomores who served as rafters and waitresses were: Dune Thompson, Kathleen Reecs, WHERE'S GEORGE? .«uise Zielske, Billy McDonald awrence Flynn and Audry Corhus. fter the banquet the seniors were uests of the juniors at an Algona leatre. Faye Hethershaw of Grand Junc- on visited her father, Wm. Wenzel n Sunday. ' ,AJ/red Baralou left Monday for Uttta Bojr, Mlna-, to vUtt at the Wilfred Barslou home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner and sons visited at the Coonle Rolf- sema home In Hardy Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rolfsema is Mrs. Knoner's sister, formerly Florence Barcer. Rev. Selbold of Ackley and Rev. Fisher of Lowden were here Sunday attending conference in the Evangelical and Reformed churches concerning a merger of the two churches. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bauman drove to Iowa City Sunday and the Otto Baumans brought home their son, who had been in the hospital there for treatment. Irene Schmidt Honored as Senior Girl Athlete Awarded Trip Titonka: Miss Irene Schmidt and Miss Dorothy Brooks accompanied Fred Schmidt to Des Molnes, Friday, where they attended the Drake Relays. Irene was selected from the high school as the best senior girl athlete and* so attended the guest along with her instructor. Miss Dorothy Brooks. They returned home Saturday. Auxiliary Work Meeting The regular work meeting of the Auxiliary was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rose Bonacker. The poppy committee composed of Mrs. Ollle Bruns, Mrs. Anna Hoff and Mrs. Irene Peterson were hostesses. A special poppy program was given. A large number of members were present. Doyle Reaser spent the week end at the Earl Hobbs home, Crystal | Lake. Brooks Potter, Algona, spent the week end at the H. A. French home, the guest of Russell French. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young and daughter were Thursday evening guests at the W. F. Hamstreet home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French attended the wedding of Miss Bernadine Barnes and Herbert French at Algona Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark and baby of Bancroft visit briefly on Thursday afternoon with his father Frank Clark, new editor of the Titonka Topic. Mrs. R. L. Krantz drove to Sioux City Saturday and attended a Moth- and Daughter banquet also a tea at Morningaide Collegey Feme Krantz is a senior student in the school. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin, Jewell have a new baby born Friday morn- Ing at the Webster City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Austin are former Titonka residents. They are now operating a cafe at Jewell. Mrs. H. A. French was hostess to of lndles at a luncheon County Council of P. T. A. Entertained At Titonka, Friday Titonka: The officers of the County Council of the Parent Teachers Association were enter tained at a tea Friday afternoon b> the Titonka P. T. A. in the schoo gymnasium. The following program was giv en: vocal solo by Patricia Ball and Jacqueline Callies: boys' quartet composed of Herman Schutter, Robert Reynolds, Herbert Schram and Charles Beed sang two numbers Miss Lucille Pepoon, homo demonstration agent, gave a talk on "Royal Palaces." After the program, all business was taken care of. Mrs. French is president of the Titonka P. T. A. Cooking School at Titonka, Wednesday Titonka: Wednesday afternoon of next week a cooking school will be conducted in the local high school gymnasium. Arabella Bates Colton, home economist of the Interstate Power Company, will be in charge. A similar cooking school was held last year under her direction. Rudolph Baums Home from West Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Baum returned home last Wednesday, April 20, from California, where they have spent the winter. They liked It fine there during the winter months, but found it best in Iowa when spring came. Mr. Baum has been 111 with the flu since he returned home. Ice Cream Dept Opens The W. J. Denton drug store held nn opening of their new ice cream department Saturday. Each person was given a sample dish of the new super creamed Ice cream, which is made fresh daily. Uhlenhake Head of County Banker Group Burt: The Kossuth County Bankers' association met here on Tuesday of last week, at the Marvin ho- el, and following a dinner conduct;d a business meeting. Twenty- icven were present Following the dinner, after transaction of business, John Uhlenhake )f Whittemore was elected ident, Leo M. Saunders of croft was named vice president, E. A. Scheme! of Algona was chosen as secretary and W. E. Wiemer of Ledyard was elected treasurer pres- Ban- BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, leng term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EUWABD CAPESIU8 HeUe Bldff. » Iowa 1-tf Breakfast ' soya DICK MERRILL, Tram- Atlantic Ocean Flyer, who hold* tku All- Tune Rtcont fat two •accettfut Atlantic Round- Trip*/ • You can't beat a Quaker Oats breakfast for that warm, friendly lilt on a cold, cheer- leu morning — It'» rich in food-energy, rich in flavor, and com only 44 cent per portion . . . Besides, Quaker Oau it abundant in Nature'* Vitamin B— the pieciou* vitamin that doctor* say you should bave doily to combat ncrvoutnet* and poor appetite! Give youogtufi thi* Breakfast of Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Lila Adams, Des Molnes, Mrs Helen Pletch, Mrs. Emily Spencer, Mrs. Marguerite Kcneflck and Mrs Florence Nugent, all of Algona. Seniors, Ledyard, Open Full Season Graduation Plans l»»dyard: The senior claai play. "The Valiant One", was presented Friday night In the high .chclol auditorium The play was directed y mu °' Morrls . music Instructor. There were 17 seniors in the class but the play cast included eight The other members of the class acted as prompters, stage managers, ticket sellers, property managers, The entire class roll is Doris Olson, Ruth Estle, Beulah Looft, Betty Matzener Glenn Dyer. Bernard Anderson, Vcrna Berglund, Agnes Junkermeler, Margaret Smith, La Vonne Olson, Alvira Halverson, Doris McDonald, Marjorie Oswald. Milford Herzog, Geneva Gelhaus Arlowe Blome and Marjorie Cassem Home Improvement* J. H. Welfare and Fred Ploegcr have been having their yards landscaped and the Ploegers have had sidewalks laid around their new home. Nine Pound Girl Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krammes- meier are the proud parents of a 9 pound girl born Thursday. Mrs James Lloyd is caring for them. Mrs. Krammeiimeier was Laura Busch before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn of Swea City visited Thursday evening at the H. D. Mayne home. ,,, Mr " Addie Ar P ke ot Appleton, Wis., came Wednesday to visit for several weeks at the Wm. Green home and with other friends. Walter Miller brought Mrs. Miller and their new daughter, Priscilla Kay, home from the hospital at Mankato last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Morris and daughters, Helen and Dorothy and George Paul of Nashua were here Friday night to attend the senior class play, which was coached by their son, Robert O. Morris. On Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and Mrs. D B Mayer drove to Lake Mills to attend a banquet given by the M. E Brotherhood of this district for the ladies. The baccalaureate service for the senior class will be held in the high school.auditorium Sunday evening, May 15. On Thursday evening. May 19, commencement will be held and on Friday. May 20, a program will be given by the entire school. Mrs. Bertha Sohn and Alvin spent from Sunday until the middle of the week visiting relatives in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and Jerome spent last Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Selmer Matheson and family. Ivan and Sigurd Sampson, Marjorie, Mildred and Maynard Oswald spent Sunday afternoon at the Lev! Corhus home. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hanson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mikkelson spent Sunday with relatives at Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin returned home from Rochester last week, where Mrs. Hauskin went through the clinic. Mrs. Tom Berg underwent an operation for a tumor at Rochester last Friday. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hayworth of Stevens are having a new house built in Blue Earth, where they are planning to move as soon as it is completed. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and family and Mrs. Old Hauskin drove to Rembrandt and spent the day with Mrs. Hauskln's daughter, Mrs. T.R. HeraUUon and family, April Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Legrled and baby of Clear Lake and Russell Legried spent last Sunday at the Oscar Frandles. Maynard Hauskin also spent Sunday night with his brother. Oscar Frnndle and family. Dist. 3 Pupils Swea Township Gave Program Swea-Eagle: June Larson, teacher In District No. 3. Swea township, and her pupils gave a program at their school last Friday afternoon. Mothers of pupils and other neighbor ladles were guests. Lunch was served following the program. The pupils displayed their hand work and booklets made during the past school year. Conns Greet New Son Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cann are parents of a son born April 22. Tlu Conns have three other children all girls. Sam Gibson has been ill at his home with an attack of appendicitis and pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son visited the James Long family at Lone Rock last week Tuesday. Elon Anderson of Forest City visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hagbert Olson. Mrs. John Ecklund entertained members of the M. E. Ladies' Aid at her home last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Alma Johnson who has been In an Algona hospitla for treatment the past week, returned home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath were .. Bancroft last week Monday, helping the C. M. Umsted family move to Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Eppelsheimcr of Plover visited the first of last week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lindie re- :urned from Rochester, Minn., last Wednesday where Mrs. Lindie consulted at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Emil Larson, Swea 4-H club eader, and Ruby Berg and Lucille Rah attended the third club train- ng school at Bancroft last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Athey and ion of Ceylon have moved into the enant house on the Lindie-Isanc- ion farm where Mr. Athey will be imployed as farm hand. Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mrs. Wm. Peters and Mrs. Harold Jones attended the Kossuth American Legion meeting held in Lakota last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson visited the Carlson brothers' sister, Mrs. Ben Rushton. the first of last week at an Austin. Minn, hospital. Mrs. Rushton had a severe heart attack, but is recovering satisfactorily at this time. Mrs. George Harner entertained the Martha circle of the M. E. Ladies' Aid at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Harner gave n talk on Flowers. Several musical numbers were given by Fern Isaacson and Gloria Lindie. Lunch was served by Mrs. Harner. 22 Will Graduate From Fenton High Fenton: The junior-senior banquet will be held nt the Kermore hotel. Emmetsburg, Saturday evening. May 7, which marks the beginning of a busy period for the 22 graduates of the Fenton high school. Sunday, May 15, baccalaureate exercises for the class \\ill be held at the Methodist church, the Rev. J. G. Waterman delivering the sermon. Commencement exercises arc to be held Tuesday evening, May 17. Members of the class are: Dorothy Alrhnrt. Marjorie Johnson. Ireno Bleckwenn. Ruth Dreyer, Ruth Espe, Marie Fauerby. Evelyn Klatt, Maxine Jentz. Helen Kern, Arlene Mitchell. Vivian Voigt,. Edith Wolfe. Ruth Weisbrod, Hartley Bailey. Earl Cornelius, Arnold Dreyer, Rolin Geronsin, Raymond Gramenz, Melvin Priebe. Herbert Wallace, Harold Weisbrod and Edmund Krause. This Is the largest number graduating from the Fenton high school in the history of the school. MAN WITH CAR WANTED to help me do farm service work for 30 year old company. I'll train you free. Lifetime job. Present employees earning up to $65 a week. If you are over 25 and know farming, write giving age and past experience. Box X, c-o Algona Upper Des Molnes. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Ole Hauskin Dead, Blue Earth, Minn. Hebron: Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth, Minn., formerly of this community, passed away at his home April 13, at the age of 07 years. He had been ailing with cancer for the past year and about Christmas time he began to get worse. He was at Minneapolis to seek medical aid and also at Rochester, Minn., but nothing could be done for him. He leaves to mourn one daughter, '-•• Charles Moser of Madison Mrs. Mrs. Asmes Walker Hostess to Four Corners M. & D. Four Corners: The Four Corner:) Mothers and Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Agnes Walker. A paper, "Inauguration of Washington, 1789," was read by Alicei J Ditsworth. A flower exchange was held and lunch wa* served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Nettie Rich in Algona May 12th. Arch Walker* Wed 82 Years Relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker Sunday. Monday, May 2nd was their 32nd wedding anniversary and Mr. Walker's birthday. Guests brought lunch and in eluded the Orville Holdren, Ceci Bjustrom. Lewis Broesder, Edward Rich and John Sabin families ant Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs Edith Rich and son, Earl, A'<?ona and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker of St. Cloud. Minn. Mrs. Baker is a sister of Mrs. Edith Rich and an aunt of Mrs. Walker. Durwood McArthur sheared several flocks of sheep in this vicinity last week. Mrs. Ray Smith, Burt. daughter of L. J. Lowman, spent Monday with relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. J. P. Nickerson went _, train last Thursday to spend the week end with her daughter. Mrs. Aeijelt Meyers and family near Ringsted. She returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and Mrs. Austin Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vining at.-d daughter. Harriet Frances spent Sunday with the Howard Withams and the Ralph Withams of near Garner were supper and evening guests. Wm. C. Dau Garage Announces The Installation of a New McQUAY-NOBRIS PNUEMATIC PISTON RESIZING MACHINE LATEST DEVELOPMENT— In Resizing, expanding, and reshaping pistons to compensate for wear or collapse. This is NOT a common peening machine. 12000 BLOWS A MINUTE— The speed of resizing a piston on this machine la GREATER than on any other piston resizing machine. , * . MORE ACCURATE WORK— because the operator lias CONSTANT CONTROL over the piston while it is being resized in this machine—he can at all times SEE how his work is progressing. CONTROLLED EXPANSION TO ANY SIZE— Pistons are resized to accurately fit, the cylinders in which they operate. THERE IS NO GUESS WORK. No Dangrr of Surface Fracture and Subsequent Piston Breakage On your next RE-RING job have your pistons resized the .MODERN WAY and install the XEW-McQUAY NORRIS ALTINIZED Super X piston Rings' Three Graces Center diamond and 6 side diamonds in engagement rings. 5 diamonds in wedding ring. Three new engagement rings distinguished for their original design in choice of three different widths ... a narrow, a medium and a wide ... yet each perfectly matching one wedding ring. 190 A. H. Borchardt Vagabonds The Vagabonds are here. For us they arc a sensation. We never, had such shoes before. They have everything, comfort, style, nt and finish. Every lady who fits on a pair bought them and they are now sending their friends in to get fitted. The Vagabonds are fine tailored ties, selling at $5.00 a pair In the cities. I made a good buy, cleaned up all they had and am offering these Wonderful low shoes to the ladies at $1.98 a pair. If you try on a pair you are sure to let loose of $1.98. We sold 48 rain coats on Silver Dollar Day. Only a few left so I am letting the tall go with the hide and will close out the balance of them at $1.00 each. Just received a shipment of new style gray oxfords for men from Peters Shoe Co. They aro the smartest styles I have seen In any town this season. They aro real shoes and could be retailed at $5.00. They would sell readily at $1.00 but we have an overstock of men's gray oxfords, so will make a special of this shipment and give you any aize, any style at $3.98, When you get Paten' best grade, all leather oxfords at J2.98, it Is tlmo to open your pocketbook. These arc oxfords that will wear and fit and give satisfaction. It Is a snap for men who appreciate good shoes. Men's Stronger Brand Overall reduced to Mo. These are one of the good standard makes of overalls. Sizes 32 to 50. Jimmie Neville AIXJONA, IOWA Wo>iZti!"+ | ARMSTRONG NEWBg CKfceaxscfCfCfaatt^^ * " WE CHECKED OVER MANY MAKES OF CARS BEFORE WE BOUGHT, BUT WE COULDN^ FIND ONE THAT GAVE us SUCH GOOD QUALITY AND FEATURES AT SUCH A LOW PRICE . ... IN OLDS MOBILE WE GOT THE BIGGEST MONEY'S WORTH IN AUTOMOBILES /" E.F.S..CLEARWATER.I:LA. Lake, Minn., two stepchildren, Oscar Frandle and Mrs. T. R. Her- aldsou of Rembrandt; 12 grandchildren, three brothers, Ben of Albert Lea, Owen of Morris, Minn., and George of Pilot Grove and one 8t8 iv, Mrs - Peter H°°Ws of .Walter, Minn. •" Mr. and Mrs, Sam Boettcher and Jollet spent Sunday with the Clarence Boettchera. Mrs. Francis DeButes and son. Clifton visited relatives in Jasper, Minn , Wednesday. Mrs. Francis DeBates and daughter, Letha visited with friends ind relatives in Maplelon, Thursdjy. Mr. and Mrs. Detnmr Thompson ind Francis and John were Thursday evening visitors at the pan.-; "ric Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irrniter vis- .ted Sunday evening at the Luw- lence Sand home. The Sand family moved to this vicinity in March from Bancroft. The Armstrong high school was represented in the district typing contest at Esthervilie last Saturday by Bernice BraUind, Barbara Smith and Elaine Locker. Word has been received here of the birth of a baby boy Saturday, April 23, to Mr. and Mru. Dan Poorman at Davenport. The Poormaus formerly lived in Armstrong aad the baby is the grandson of Mrs. Cora Palmer of thi» place. nne CONTEST JNMAY* sH£aisvs DRIVE *t: CAR THAT m HOENK MOTOR SERVICE Wetit of Court Hoiue Algona. lowit

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