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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 NEW SIDEWALKS BEING LAID ON WESTBENDSTS. New Store Front Also will Add to Modernized Town Appearance West Bend: The sidewalks in this town on main street are bring rapidly replaced with new walks. The ones torn up are in front of Walker's grocery, Peril's cafe, Drussel's hardware and Emerson's restaurant Jensen's store is getting a new front and the town will look mor up-to-date when (lie walks are all laid. du Pmith Main a new eight font walk has been raised to level and nc\v ivalks are Inid along Sam Met/.per's Mrs. H. R. Bells, and John Donveiler's lots to the corner north of the liquor store. To Now Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lavato and son left for their home at Tans. New Mexico, Wednesday, after ten days' visit at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Needing. Miss Louise Needing returned home with them for a month's stay. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Weber are driv- nig a new Plymouth car, purchas?d the past week. Miss Flossie Stagman came home Saturday from Ottumwa where she has been teaching the past year. Mikes & Son shipped a car load of cattle to Chicago Saturday night. These cattle were fed in their own yards here. Merle Stover has been having his home redecorated by a crew 01' men from Algona. The walls present a very nent appearance. Rev. H. .1. Needing conducted the funeral services for Miss Florence Shaw at Rodman recently. Burin 1 was at Humbohlt. Miss Shaw diej in Oregon. Mr. nnd Mrs Henry Eisler nnd their nephew, Paul Goldsmith and wife of Chicago, spent Thursday at Dakota City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Eisler. The two Ei.i- ler men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Dorothy and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of Fort Dodge and Mr. anil Mrs. Verne Miller or Ionia, returned Saturday from Pelican Lake. Minn., where they spent the past week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldsmith of Chicago, spent the past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler. Mr. Goldsmith Is a nephew of Mrs. Eisler, being Mrs. Elsler's sister's son. Mr. Goldsmith is employed in a bank in Chicago. Mrs. J. H. Bardsley and children of Neola, Iowa, Is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark. Mr. Clark has been very ill the past two weeks with heart trouble, but is reported to be improving. Walther League Plans Sessions This Summer Fenton: The Fcnton Walther League met Thursday evening in the church basement. The topic for the evening was "Your Church Periodicals" which was explained by the pastor. Rev. Kabelit?.. Lor- cna Meyer took charge of the meeting. Ruth Dreycr was elected as chairmnn for the summer to take the place of the president nnd vice president (luring their absence. Elna Ruhnke was elected chair- mnn of the Christian service for the coming year. Raymond Drey- or. who went as a delegate to the state convention at Spencer, gave an interesting report. The league decided to hold their regular social meetings this summer, the first to lie held the 23rd of June. There were 22 members nnd six visitors present. Following the meeting the rest of the evening was spent playing games out of doors. Arnold and Louise Dreyer were the host and hostess. North East Kossuth News TITONKA YOUTH, BURT GIRL, WILL MARRYJUNE15 Miss Raemond Koestler and Clifford Krantz Speak Vows Soon Titonka: Forty-five friends were in attendance at a miscellaneous shower given Wednesday evening nt the Edward Sathoff home in honor of Miss Uacmond Koestler, Hurt. who will become the bride of Clifford Krantz, Titonka, Wednesday, June 15th. During the evening the program was given as follows: six boys and girls. Mary Jane Bcenkcn. Mildred Mrs. Henry Smith is Burt Auxiliary Heac Burt: At the Legion and Auxiliary meeting, which was held nt Mrs Tressie Ringsdorf's last Tuesda; evening with Mrs. J. G. Clapsa'l die and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher assisting hostesses. Mrs. G. C. Giddings rend a story "A French Girl Looks at America" and Mrs. W. W. Boett- rher read the poem "The Spirit ol Fidac." New officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Henry Smith, president; Mrs. VVyot Stott, vice president: Mrs. Tom Trenary. secretary; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. treasurer; Mrs. O. H. Graham, chaplain, and Mrs. Chas. Scott, sergeant at arms. Illness, Operation Hit LuVerne Pair Lu Verne: Lee Lichty was nt th-? Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodgo several days last week for treatment. He was able to come home Friday. Jennie Mason had a major operation at the Mercy hospital on Thursday. De Rae Lichty, who was to have accompanied the J. L. Llchtys to Chicago last week, had to have an emergency operation for appendicitis at Algona Monday evening. What Will It Cost To Make A 1938 Model Home Out Of Your Old House? We have found quite a few people who have hesitated to see us for fear they could not do anything after they knew the facts. However, those who have talked to us and had us make a free inspection of their In mse and give them a report on what could he done and the cost, could hardly helieve it possible for so little money . Why not get the free fads and tigures about your house so you will know definitely whether you can or whether you want to do anything about it. Remember, no charge and no obligation for inspection, report and estimate. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa Bleich. Pearl Beth Schutjer. Richard Downs. "Billy" Boykcn and Doyle Reaser, who were her pupils while she taught here, sang "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". "Farm cr Tnltes a Wife", nnd "The Fly Has Married a Bumble Bee." Also the following games were played: "Matching of Brides", "Floral Love Story." "The Wedding." nnd Picture Games." At the conclusion of the program the bride was presented a yellow streamer which lead her to the gifts, which were many and beautiful. After the unwrapping of gifts a delicious lunch, which was carried out in yellow and white, was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Mrs. Amos Bonacker. Miss Koestler is a former first Srade teacher here, having taught here for two years. The past year she has been teaching at Spencer. Former Tpnoher Dips Word was received here Thursday of the death of Mrs. H. Swei- gnrd of Hawkoye. who was primary teacher here 11 years ago. She suffered n stroke during; the night and passed away suddenly. She is well known here. t'ncle Passes On J. E. Keil was notified Thursday lhat his uncle. Ed Schereff of Clear Lake had passed away. He wis H years of age and a Civil War veteran. Return From Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller re- urned Wednesday evening from ;\ week's wedding trip which took hem through Minnesota and into Canada. On their return they vis- ted a few days with Mr. and Mis. ?"red Adams and family at Grand Rapids. To Summer School Supt. and Mrs. C. A. Hoon and two sons, Jack and David, left on Friday for Iowa City where Mr. Hoon will attend summer school. Mary Hoon is spending the summer with her grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Hoon, Moville. Mrs. Cullies Hostess Mrs. Lester Callics was hosteus to the Thursday afternoon bridge club at her home. Mrs. Carl F. Callies won high prize and Mrs. H. C. Ball, low. Guests other than members were Mesdames Carl F Cullies. Wm. Kicklefs. Edward Sathoff, Martin Bleich and Mary Oe.sterreicher. Alice Moulton Weds G. Warner; Live in Algona Ledyard Couple United at Mankato, Minn., last June 7th Ledyard: Miss Alice Moulton, daughter of Mrs. Gco. Moulton, was united in marriage to Gerald Warner, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ace Warn- pr. on Tuesday. June 7th, at the First Congregational church at Mnnkato at 32:30 noon. The attendants were Mr. and Mr=. Jock Lynch. The bride was attired in a dress of flowered silk with a corsage of red roses. The bridesmaid wore a grey suit. The gentlemen both wore light grey suits. Gerald Warner graduated from our high school in J931 and Alice Moulton in 1932. The couple will be at home to their many friends in Algona where they are both employed at the Algona General hospital. Mrs. Vcrn Wilson, Algnna. spent Friday with her son. J. E. Wilson and wife. Mrs. Lou Rike and daughter of Arnolds Park vitfted with Mrs. Theodore Rike and other relatives here a few days last week. Mrs. Jerry Schutjer throve t) Blue Earth, Minn., Friday to meet her mother, Mrs. C. M. Haveland, who came by bus from Minneapolis. She will \4sit with her daughter for a time. The George Thompsons were visiting with relatives at LtiVerne on Wednesuay. Mrs. Fred Ploeger was taken ill Wedne'sdny and is under the care of a doctor. Leonard Warner and Miss Evelyn Biersledt of Burt were Sunday dinner guests of the Ace Warners. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Barnes were at Algona on last Sunday afternoon visiting at the Wm. Batt home. Lars Skaar and Jake Stubbe drove to Chicago Wednesday where they will bring back a truck load of twine and machinery. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Homsey nnd family of Armstrong were Monday afternoon visitors nt the Charles Bashara home. Henry Frandle of Detroit. Michigan, came on last Sunday to visit for a time with his brother, the John Fnndles. Jenn Gnblo accompanied Mrs. Gc,i. Heetland nnd family to their home at Lakota Monday afternoon where she will spend the summer. Mrs. Lars Skaar and Sidney nnd Wm. Poppe and family were Thursday night supper guests at the D. W. Stevens home at Grant. The George Thompsons were at Fort Dodge last Wednesday calling on a cousin. Janettc Mason, who was operated on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krammen- meier were the parents of a daughter born last Monday. June 6th nt the Algona General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reece drove to Des Moines Thursday and met their daughter, Muriel, who has been attending college at Oskaloosa. She will visit here for a time. Mrs. Aeilt Troff entertained the Methodist aid nt her home Thursday afternoon. There were about 25 guests there. She carried her luncheon out In a dainty scheme of green and pink. There was a col; lection of $6.50 for the day. Miss Ovens and Miss Florence Quam of Swca City were guests. E. Ley read the opaning chapters of a new book, "Rebuilding Rural America." Ike Harms received word last week Wednesday of the death of his mother. Mrs. G. Harms at her home near Meservey. Mr. and Mrs. Harms and their son-in-law, Will Kienitz left early Friday morning via automobile to attend the funeral of Mrs. Harms that afternoon. Mrs. Harms, Sr. was 85 years old and lived on a farm witn her bachelor son. A group of friends drove to Emma Gutkncchts last week Monday evening for n surprise party on her birthday. The evening was spent playing bridge and visiting. Several prizes were given and lunch was served at a late hour, after which the self-invited guests left after wishing Miss Gutknecht many happy returns of her birthday. Mr and Mrs. August Gutknecht. parents of Emma and her sister, Lena, were supper guests In honor of her birthday. HEBRON GIRL IN DOUBLE WEDDING Opal Osland is Bride of Rochester, Minn., Man at Rake Hebron: A double wedding WAS solemnized Thursday morning at the Zlon Lutheran church parsonage when Rev. S. O. Sorlein performed the marriage ceremony that made Miss Amanda Hamlin, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. Hamlin of Thompson, the bride of Gordon Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson of Buffalo Center, and Miss Opal Osland of Hebron, daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Island, the bride of Marvin Dwyer, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Dwyer of Rochester, Minn.^ The brides wore identical suits of Rose Sharkella and wore accessories of white and carried corsages of sweet peas and roses. The grooms were attired in the conventional blue suits. The couples left immediately for a trip through northern Minnesota and will make their home at Blue Earth, where Mr. Johnson is employed with the Motor Inn Co., and where Mr. Dwyer also has employ. ment. Gerled News Miss Dolores Mayne returned to her home recently after a week's visit in Armstrong with relatives. The IX O. Friets and the Finns went to Elmore Thursday evening to help Albert Friets celebrate his birthday. Visitors at the home of his mother this week, were H. F. Finn, wife and two small sons of Chicago. Mr. Finn is employed in the Wisconsin Steel plant. This plant makes all lite iron used by the Internationa! Harvester Co. Mr. Finn tells interesting tales of the employees' efforts to keep out the CIO and the efforts to keep from discharging men when works slacks up. One does not get the idea that the company is a heartless corporation. C. C. Cammack, Mrs. Finn and the H. F. Finns vUited relatives in Fort Dodge Thursday. Kenneth Thompson Mdrnifigftide Grad Ledyard) Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Thompson and Duane returned on Monday from Sioux City, where they had attended the graduation exercises of Kenneth Thompson. He accompanied them home to visit for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson also brought back the six months old daughter of their son, Mr. and M«. Milton Thompson, Carolyn Kay of Sioux City.. She will Stay with them for thr« jweks, white Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thomp* •on are on a vacation. Mr. ana Mrs. Joe Saiidum, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mauskln and Mrs. Everett Sleper autoed to Albert Lea last Tuesday and spent the day with their father, Ben Hausktn, who has been quite sick with blood poison on Ms hand. The Dick Dontje family, including the new baby of Guckeen, Minn., visited Thursday with the Qerdes family. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Everj toad insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of drawing and hauling 33-tf FEET TIRE, ACHE? Tired, aching feet, rheumatic-like foot and leg pains, sore heels, callouses on soles—all are •ipis of weak or fallen arches. Dr. Scholt's Arch Supports give you immediate relief by removing muscular and ligamentous strain—the cau*e of your pain. They are molded to your feet and soon restore the arches to normal. A Free Foot Test will convince you. BROWNELL SHOE CO. Summer Wash FROCKS You can't afford to make dresses when yon can buy these clever frocks at such low prices. Town talk, Happy Home, Sally Ann. 79c 98c 59c or 2 for $1.00 SPECIAL CLEAN-UP RACK (Dresses up to $1.00) 45c Little Boys' Suits 69c Organdy dresses size 2-6,39c Children's Farmarettes sizes 3 to 8 59c Farmerettes and Slacks Sizes 14-38. Prints and plain color 98c SUN SUITS Seersucker, plain colors, sizes 2 to o'. 59c Print SUN SUITS Sizes 2 to 6 20c-25c Hawcott & Ogg LAKOTA NEWS FORCE! SUMME About 40 trie mis and classmates surprised Irene Schmidt on birthday Thursday evening. her The time was spent playing lawn games after which a wiener roast was enjoyed by all. She received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff, Mrs. Marie Sathoff and daughter, Jenrii-ssee, went to Iowa Falls, on Sunday and visited with Mrs. Edward Mr Sathoff's parents, Mr. HIM! ther E. Arnund.-ion und her brother. ie ami family, who are visitin tuna i'ortlawi, Oreyon. I. E. Wortman has been on the sick list the; past few days. The Methodist Aid served ,1 spring nipper at the church last weel: Wednesday evening to a small crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark attended a family reunion at Belmond last week Sunday. Mrs' Ahrens Hans was hostess to the Lutheran Aid at the church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Walter Sachs was in charge of the program. Among the students who are at home for summer vacation are Bet- Meriam Dubuque and William Powers, Columbia Col lege at Dubuque. Visitors at the H. H. Murray* last week Wednesday and Thursday were Mrs. Murray's mother. Mrs. W. C. Hansen, her sister, Ann Rob inson and a friend, Marie Guilding. all of Forest City. ty Ley, from Grinnell. Heetland, University of Edith Swanson New Staff Artist Draws "Susie" Hebron News AIR-COH' ffl 'ui.-, <...:-. • Step out of summer Lfe.t :..w . •pring-hka atmosphuiu cl <m c. bu.»l Enjoy the luxury of d-i Jiodan...deeply custuonud, leclining -..-..„... acd constantly changing scenery outslduyeur •wiadow—at amazingly low cost. Moie thaa ever before, bu» travel it the pieleiiud way to make vacation trips. Ask youi frieud 1 / bus agent for colorful folders ard co^p'-'-'i information on Expense-Paid 'JV-u-, '-;-• , •cbeaulcm, routes, and »top-ov<- .. HIM: n •> BUS! HOTEL AJ Slab- and Tliurington t'liuile 2<H Lines Neil Slack, who m-ide his honic with Dr. Geilenfeldt for Mime timu nnd who is now of the U. H. S. Dewey. .Sun Diegjo. California, came ' lust week Monday to .spend a ZH- day furlough with friends here- ami at Titonka. OOOC'OOC.OOr>.OXiO<iOOOOOOOOO(>! -Mi-^lami-.-, .K-iry I Jet) .11.1 .J. H., 1 W.nhiirtcin. Charles Kgg..-rth and Mi,-: Kmn.a (jiitkn.-i ht. th.- guls of! tin- 1,,-dyud tuwn.-.hi|.. -! H r|:in. ai..| j their k-adi-r. Mrs. Ejjt-sdahl atlend- rd tin.- I-H i illy day .a I'.uit high •:c h«,<,! Ust wc.-i.-k Tuesday. Mr. and Mr>. A. T Hue keU ami daughter. Ksthc-r. Mr. and Mi-.. Clifford Buc-kc.-l.,. U-ikota. and Mr. an 1 MI-.-I. (Iritf Ander. -.1,11 and two sons drove to Jewell. Sunday to attend a reunion of the Hue kel.-, family. Esther remained for a two week* visit. The young people of the Methodist .Sunday School class drove to Interlaken la.st week Tuesday where they enjoyed a picnic supper and spent the evening loik-r .skating Edgar li.lay i., a--,i,tant teacher and he and hi.; uile accompanied tin.- young people. Mr. and Mr:-,. .Seth Kayir.ur and .son. L-jv.ill of Lena, ill., Were visitor., with their t-ouhiii -,. the I. H. Wort mails last week Weiiiie-dav and Thursday and left, from then- lor (icorge, lovv-i. to visit with otliei' i datives. The Kaymers are on their way to Yellowstone Park for a '.ai atioii. Ben Farrow, who has not been in the best of health for several week:> is again ill and his sister. Mrs. Polly McGuire of Bancroft helped cure for him a week and Mrs. Merle Jacob of Swell City is now helping at the Farrow home. Mr. Far row's nephew and wife, Mr. anJ Mrs. Koy McGuire, Mankato, Minn., was a visitor here Thursday. Mesdauiea Carl Uvrzemu and Cy- ' rus Kenshaw entertained a large • crowd for the Presbyterian Mia I sionary society meeting at the home \ of Mrs Gvrzema Thursday afternoon. Mia. Will Schroeder hud charge of the devotions and Mrs W. 'A Mr. :-i:d Mi .Jo,.. Ol.: 'jf 1C 11:1- --IM-J.I Mollda} Mr and Mrs. Martin Thompson and Milford -i.i-nt Tue :day niyh:. with Adrian H.niskin. Mrs Mike Mikkelson and l.ila sj.ent Wednesday night at the hour- of her brothel Enoch Hanson. Mrs, G.^iar Frandle anil rhild- len visited with her cousin, Mrs. ililriH-r Hanson at I.akola last Tuesday night. Mrs. Oscar Frandle unii Thelnia. Onier Lc-griecl and Betty Hauskui visited Sunday afternoon with Airs. Hc-alme Oslainl and family. lieitel (Island and Theln.a Fran< ' * r.'ed their diplomas for the i: ^rade yraduation last Thur.s and will enter liigii :-i:hool in di of neighbor.! pleasantly Mi... Alvin Hunter of 1 Hi. vt.iu. l.Lit Wednesday itfternooii | as :,iie ju.-.t recently moved into their •v,' home. Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin Dwyer and (Mr. and Mr.^. Gordon Johnson re- tuiiH.d lio/ne from their wedding i up in northern Minnesota last Sunday alteinoon. MI.T. O.s<ar Frandle and Bertlean and Mis i.V O. Legried autoed to | Lake Mills last Monday and took 'in tile WuiUi-Wtuaebago Bcnevu lent insurance meeting. Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Mardell und Mrs. C. O. Legried spent Thursday afternoon with Mra. Oscar Frandle. Ordale Frandle returned home with them for a few days' visit. This week "Susie" comes to town, a new and friendly little neighbor— whom everyone will like. She will appear exclusively in The Algona Upper Des Moinea. "Susie" is the creation of Edith Swanson, nationally known artist and illustrator. The pleasures and the troubles (small ones) of Susie and her pal "Scottie" are based on the life of Mrs. Swanson's own daughter. The incidents around which the sketches are made are for the most part - based on actual happenings. Susie, of course, does not like to go to bed early, particularly if company should be in. ror is she overly fond of (jetting smudges off her face, but she loves the cookie jar, thinks papa i, Hen ule.-. and King Solomon all in one. .she likes to watch Momie bake a (ake, believes in personal experimentation and thinks pal Srottie I.-, the staun.hest ally a little girl could have which he is. You'll like to have "Susie" around, her antics, observations, her trials and tribulations will bring many a chuckle from mother and father and as for the children she's just one of them she's a part of their lives. As an artist and illustrator. Mrs. Swanson's drawings have appeared In such magazines as the Saturday Evening Post, the New Yorker. Liberty, Vogue, Hygien, as well as in newspapers all over the country. Mrs. Swanson supplemented a natural talent for drawing with years of training in leading art schools, later as .-in established artist she returned to some of these schools as istruetor in the type of drawing for which her ability had become nationally known. Mrs. Swanson maintains her own studio in Chicago, although many of the sketches for "Susie" are made at home, on vacations in the country, while visitinx at grandma's, at school or—wherever "Susie" may happen to be. It gives this paper great pleasure in offering it's readers "Susie"—a feature for the entertainment of all the family as a neighborly gesture get to know "Susie" —you'll like her. If you have any cute children's sayings suitable for a "Susie" trip, you may win a cash prize by sending them to Edith Swanson, 360 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., c o Co-Op. Features, Inc. Here 's Your New Neighbor! comes to Kossuth County this week YOU'LL enjoy having Susie and her Sc-ottie dog around the house. Her trials and.tribulations will bring chuckles galore to mother and father, and as for the children she'll become a part of their lives. She hates to go to hcj early when company comes, loves the cookie jar, thinks Papa is Herculca and King Solomon all in one. She loves to watch Momie bake a cake, and even tries a few experiments herself. SUSIE will come to Kossuth county every Tuesday exclusively in The Upper Des Moines. She's a part of the paper's program of adding feature's of outstanding interest to the newspaper. Susie is the creation of Edithe Swanson, nationally-known artist and illustrator. Most of the pleasures and troubles of the little girl and her dog are based on the adventures of Mrs. Swanson's own little daughter. You'll Find Her In This Paper, Today Something's Always Going On Where Susie is, and Something's Always Going on in the pages of Kossuth's Pioneer Newspaper. "IF YOU LIKE OUR PAPER, TELL YOUR NEIGHOK8" IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, PLEASE TELL US" The Algona Upper Des Moines $1.50 per your in Kossuth County Circulation 3,4.50 ji • •

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