The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1938 · Page 7
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1EUEVED SET BY CHILD DETCOYSSTACK tiVerne: A fire supposedly set he four year old son of Mr. and _. Harold Curran burned a large t stack at the Curran farm home Be Thursday noon. The flre de- tment was called and extingulsh- |the blaze which was very near to I farm buildings; the loss being tlmated to be about $40. ! California* Leaves LuVerne Mrs. James Marshall, formerly I Cedar Rapids, now of Monrovia, Kit., who has been a guest at the Ine of her cousin, Mrs. P. L apman, left for her home Thurs- morning. Enroute home she visit at Cedar Rapids and also Ir brother, who lives on a large Inch near Cody, Wyo. 40 Attend Meeting •About 40 young people attended le Lutheran Y. P. S. meeting at Be church parlors Thursday eve- •ng. Adella Oberhelman and Eli Reddell were the entertainment -imittee and the Oberhelman ng people, Adella, Luella, Law- nee and Eldon, served ice cream, ke and cookies. The young people sld an Ice cream social on the purch lawn Sunday evening. Stone Citran* Visit IMrs. Elizabeth Ware and MM. •Ml* Dearborn, Stone City, came ftlffK » » Stt relatlve » and to Blend the Patterson family reunion *'« h W" held at the LuVerne ark Sunday. The Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 26,1938 [The Methodist Ladies Aid is hold- E?/ p !? nlc at the P ark this week Wednesday. [Llllie Wolf has gone to Racine, Wls., to visit her friend, Mrs. Esther Peterson of Clayton. Corrlne Smith, who taught in the LuVeme schools a number of years came to visit friends here Friday. Her home is at Rumeston, Iowa. A custom of many yean standing was continued last w«sk when the Bdw. Ramus, Fred Wolf and Fred Hlntz, Jr. families spent last Sim- day with the Robert Dreyers at Lotts Creek. The Dreyers have entertained their LuVerne friends annually and thus keep up their friendship. N Mae Clouse, a teacher In the Lu- Verne schools from 1913 to 1915 renewed acquaintanceship with her former friends here Wednesday nft- ernoon. She is teaching in the Waterloo schools and had been on a vacation trip to Winnipeg, Canada, stopping here on her way home. Ilct sister, Mrs. George Brinegnr, v,-ith whom she made her homa while teaching here, is Hvirg at University. HI. Mr. Brlnegir who was superintendent of scno t-a here, died about four years ago. • — Lee Walter of Springfield, Mo, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hlggins oi Fort Dodge were guests of Mrs. H. Von Draska Wednesday. Mrs. Steve Baker accompanied her son, Clifford of Llvermore to Rochester Wednesday where he expected to go through the Mayo clinic. William Jones returned this week from Morris and Starved Rock, III., where he has been visiting his two daughters. He s past 80 years old and makes his home with another daughter,'Mrs. Emily Guy at LuVerne. Agent Demonstrates Combine at Wesley WESLEY FLIER GOES TOMASONC.SHOW Wesley: John Hauptman accompanied by Orvllle Kollasch and Harley Haynes spent Sunday, July 17, at the new airport In Mason City, where an air show and stunt day was held. John took up passengers in his plane. Wesley: At the Albert Yegge farm, three miles north of town, a combine demonstration was heia Saturday. A new small McCormick- Deering No. 60 harvester-thresher was being demonstrated by R. C. Bauer. uwww*^^ Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily at Lusby's Drug Store Special Attention Given to Service for Social and Gatherings Ten or twelve, different flavors earned at all times. OUK MOTTO—"We serve the finest cream that can be made." SPECIAL DISCOUNT TO CHURCHES Burt Girl Has Foot Cut When Ax Falls Hurt: Mrs. George Schenck and daughter, Loraine, spent the first of the week at the home of Mrs Schenck's sister, Mrs. Chester Sill, near Galbraith. Wednesday Lor- nine dropped an ax she was looking at, onto her foot cutting a deep gash. She was brought to Burt to the doctor and Is now recovering at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. The Schencks live In California, but have been visiting here several weeks. SUSIE—by Editli Swanson Exclusively each week in The Algona Upper Des Moines -To our SOME or YOL.R NICE CANDV - IF YOUP CWE we- SOME BOW KtOTHIMfr — M# CWPPY- oo YOU IN CHlU> LAOOfe tve OBEH >M<XNH«- HAftD All DAY CON TO MAK& MAMA TO * NICKEL. THAT A«AiNvr CHILD u> North East Kossuth News Misses Whitney and Warner, Burt, Have Out of Town Guests Burt: Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Lone Rock, and her sisters, Mrs. Laura Mantor, Cedar Falls and Mrs. Mary Bronson, Chicago, were dinner guests Wednesday at the home of Misses Mattle Warner and Eva Whitney. Mrs. Mantor visited until Friday with them. Friday morning, Miss Warner and Miss Whitney took her to Fort Dodge and she left from there for her home in Cedar Falls. She is Miss Warner's cousin. The F. O. B. bridge club met with Mrs. Al Staehle Thursday evening. Burt won the ball game with Thor Friday afternoon by a score of 15 to m Ralph Steward is one of the farmers who has purchased a combine this year. Postmaster Maude Hanna and / SUPER-CAPACITY FROSTER V 3 MORE SPACE Luella Blelch attended a postmaster's meeting at Ledyard Thursday evening. Mrs. Henry Anderson, Lake Wil son, Minn., came Friday for a visi at the home of her cousin, Lul Hawcott. Will Harsh left recently wit. his son, Cecil, for Los Angeles Calif., where he will make an ex tended visit. Mrs. Jeanette Moore returned t her home at Danville, 111., Thurs day after visiting since Sunday wit her sister, Mrs. Ella Steward. Mr. and Mrs. John Long, Jr are parents of a daughter born o Thursday, July 21. The Longs hav two other daughters and two sons Mrs. C. C. Smith entertained Ion Mover, Mrs. Jack Osborne, El Paso Texas, and Helen Schwietert at chicken dinner at Algona last Wed nesday. The Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle house 1: north Burt is being repainted. Th fronts of the Beckworth cafe ani. Hlggln barber shop have also been repainted. June Rash entertained Ada Coyn and Inez Menke, Bancroft, and Marv Ann Smith and Ruth Thompson fo dinner at the Lewis Scott home las week Sunday. Maxine Schenck returned to Ev anston, 111., last Tuesday, where she. is employed. She had spent a few days here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. L. H. Schenck. A party in honor of Janet Godfredson's third birthday was held at her home last Tuesday afternoon A number of children and severa mothers were among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Koestler and baby, Manitowoc, Wis., visited from Tuesday to Thursday with Arnold's mother, Mrs. Bertha Koestler. They are also visiting relatives at Garner. Betty Walker, who is taking nurses' training at the Methodist lospital in Des Moines, has been at he home of her mother, Mrs. Carl Jahling, the past week or two, being iome on sick leave. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McDonald, Sioux City, visited at the O. P. Me • Donald home Wednesday and irought over a doctor to see Mr. KfcDonald, who is in very poor lealth. Helen Schwietert is caring for him at present Mrs. Kate James visited Wednesday to Krida at the home of her brother, H. W. Manus, and left from here for her home at Spokane, Waah. ington. She has been visiting relatives in Illinois, Minnesota, and Iowa. She taught music here many | years ago. TEACHING STAFF FOR LEDYARD'S SCHOOL FILLED Ledyard, July 19—Three vacancies in the teaching staff for the school have been filled, as follows: Edith Roney, Hudson, will teach music in place of R. 0. Morris; Laureen Keasler will teach 1st. grade In place of Miss Archer, who resigned to accept a kinder garten position at Sioux Falls; and Vesta Risher will teach the second grado In r-lace of Miss Coppel, who is to teach near her home. The other members of the faculty will be the same, namely, H. M. Granner, superintendent; John Holt, coach; Maureen Doores, English; Dorothy Stoflil, Home Economic.!; Alma Verio, 5th and 6th grades; Ber- nlece Smith, 4th and 5th grades; Mary Ellen Galagan, 3rd and 4th grades. Walter Han* to Hospital- Dan O'Keefe took Walter Hans to Estherville last week Wednesday to have eyes examined, and Friday Jerry Ukena took him to the Park hospital. Mason City. He has a tumor on one eye, and the doctors are treating the other eye In an attempt to save the sight. He remained at the hospital for treatment and possibly nu operation. Works for T.edj-nrd Firm— O. c. Sprout is working now as a salesman for the B:-udrye & Carpenter hardware ond farm Implement firm. Mr. and Mrs. Sprout and two dauchterg are living this summer in the Harold Granner home. Sunday tboy went to the Okobojls to get tho daughter K.itli- ryn, who had been attending an Kpworth league institute there. Mrs. Auirust Sprank Sick— Mrs. August Sprank, who has been working at the Lenstch Cafe, has been unable to work the pas! week, due to an infection In a foot. Mrs. O. Brauer hag beeu seriously sick at her home Mrs. Glenn Behse has been suffering with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz were at AlKona Friday on a business mission. The Asa Warners went to Han- croft Saturday evenlne for Sunday at Clarence Ackerson's. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiese, Ida trove, and their son Roger are visiting at Edw. Wicse's. The Ira Links, Des Moines, vis- ted at the parental D. A. Link's ast week Thursday evening. Mrs. Harold Albright and her laughter spent la-H week at tho lome of the former's parents nt "eylon. Clifford Jenks. West Bend, and Mary Harris, Al^ona, visited the ormer's sister, Mrs. Harriett Mazner, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson Irove to Fort Dodge Sunday to isit a cousin, Jeanette Mason, I'lio if in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Mr. nd Mrs. Jerry Heetland went to lankato Saturday evening to peiid Sunday at the Larry Wol- ott home. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Halvorson, Ir. und Mr.s. Bernard Anders >n, nd a son. all of Buffalo •'enter. lied ut Edward Halvorson's Fri- GEORGE HAGGE, LEDYARD, REFLECTED PRESIDENTOFFARMERS' ELEVATOR Ledyard: On Wednesday evening the Farmers Elevator Co. held a stockholders meeting at the elevator. George Hagge was reelected ns president and August Klinksiek reelected as a director. The other directors are Cyril Hoag. N. A. Pingle and J. A. Lloyd. After the business meeting the men enjoyed a lunch. Lars Skaar drove to Peoria, III., Wednesday after a threshing machine. On last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey attended u Mansmith reunion at the State Park at Algona. Supt H. M. Granner, who is spending the summer at Hardy, was here Wednesday and Thursday to attend a school board meeting. Mrs. Alelt Troff and sons and Marjorie and Albert Barnes spent Wednesday afternoon at the Ernest Jorgenson home near Elmore. Mrs. Wm. Kehoe and Bernice Farrell left Wednesday for Minneapolis after spending a day with Mrs. Kehoc's sister, Mrs. John Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartmnn of Chicago visited last week at th? home of Mrs. Hartman's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dor?cv. Marjorie Matzener, who recently underwent two operations at Algona, suffered a nervous relapse the first of this week and is again confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn left Tuesday morning for a vnmlion trip. . They went first to Chicago, where they planned to spend several days, then to Duluth and spend several days in the lakes region. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrel and Bernice of Whittemore and Mrs. Wm. Kehoe of Minneapolis wore supper guests at the John Miller home Tuesday evening. Alma Ver- io visited friends here on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzie and three children of Toronto, Canada, who are visiting relatives here and Will Looft of Saskatchewan. Canada, and Mrs. Margaret Looft of Swea City spent Wednesday at ir-e N. A. Pingle home. HEBRONRESIDENT BACK FROM TRIP Hebron: Ole Osland, formerly of this neighborhood, now living at Rake, rrturned home from n trip to Norway last Monday. He left last Pecember to Fee his unclj who hud Leen very sick. He arrived in Norway the same day his uncle passed away.« He said he had a fin2 trip and had i ij.i/ed it very much. Ev- ;verone around here was glad to have him r tu :i safe and sound. Irene Midthun spent last Tuesday with her friend, Wanda Quani, at Rake. Ole Osland spent last Monday until Friday with Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family. The Zion church at Rake held their Sunday School picnic at the Elmore park last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LOMU Corhus and ft.mily aut.-eil 10 Clear Lilt,; recently and spent i <^y with liie Ola Uor-1 urn famiJ/ A meeting was held last Tuesday night at Stevens in regard to the rural electrification. A good crowd was in attendance. Mr. ami M'n. Oscar F-.indle and family Ti f.ed to Clea. Lain; mid i-penl a diy recently wi i. the Ciif- ELECTRIC FENCER Preexet more ice, falter . . . has one third mote (pace for frozen (torage. Top shelf provides ideal frozen itor- •ge for tmall chickens and roast* . . . •Uo extra ice cubes. New MULTI- SERVICE TRAY ha« 5-pound ice capacity. New EJECT-O-CUBE TRAYS in all family-size model*. Here'* more value for your money I Buy • We*tinghou*e and save I SAVES FOOD. ..SAVES TIME ...SAVES MONEY . CocacinlSeethtnowWtitinghoufel Vatt Electric Co. koue 170 Algona, la. Kill WHOO -THERE A H £ y IT/ WITH AMAZING NEW FLUX DIVERTER One wire on light stakes holds livestock like steel and concrete. A Tremendous Saving on posts, wire, gates, time and labor. Safe six-volt batteries last for months and give sting that stops them. Call for demonstration. HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf : oid I.egri;.! fjmily. John ., in i, hi j.s expe ' turn horn- <,:,. Roche'/, t!er bciu,, th»ri' about (• Mrs. Marie Moulton, Swpa City, v.as visiting friend^ here Saturday cvrnin^. Mr. and Mrs. Gsorqe Thompson und Duane were at Al- He is gtttn • aiong nicely, •-••i-ia Saturday. Mrs. Dettman. Dun. William Doeriiiu. Clear I.uke, and a Mrs. Mark-raf. of Texas, came last v.>ek Thursday to vUit ut the Frank Niu home. llarhin and Iva Thompson, El- ni'ire, drove to Kagle Grove .Saturday eveninu and brought Betty j •u to re- r Sunday 'K e-l-s. Mat/.eiier home for Sunday. She in a cuiv at Eagle Kdltor and Mrs. Harold Clark, of Bancroft, and Audrey Underkofler, who teaches i.t Wheaton. HJ->jaged. visited the wouicV.-; father, Druggist J. C. I'nderkofler, here Saturday evening. Lakota Couple Are Recovering From Accident Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum, Lakota. barber and beaut ,parlor manager, are ret ovt-rin^ from cut and bruises suffered when their oar went into the ditch near Swea City last week when the car was crowded off the road by a hit and run driver. The car was badly dam Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wie:uer, son Craig, and Calitla Haag went 10 Heading Saturday, aud "Bill" returned Sunday, Mrs. \Vioiuer, her sou. and Colettu remaining to visit a week with Mrs. Wieiuer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. John I'icketi. son Gayheari, Mrs. Victor Audur.spn, aud her family, all of Guckeen, Minn.. Guy Adauis family, Uraii- ada. Minn.; George Hayye, and the latter'.-, daughter Alice were Sunday guests at Arthur Zielske's. Lakota Girl Falls, Tears Tendon in Arm Lakota: Dorothy Ukena fell when running down hill last week Wednesday and tore the tendon loose in one arm und is now tarrying it in u sling. Breaks Bibs with Tractor Lodyard: Peter Trol'f had an a.;- cidi nt on Tu-:* lay wn.lc cr.iutuiij.; a tractor and received .ie.'iral broken ribs. Dr. and Mrs. Wurlzer of Clear Lake were visiting friends here last. week Tuesday. Meriuin Heetland returned last week Wednesday from a two weeka vacation with relatives in Galena 111. A 6 ] -j pound daughter as born to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peterson last week. Mrs. Peterson was formerly Irene Weringa. The Rev. A. F. Boese took Walter Hans to Mason City Friday where he took treatments for eye infection at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Heyo Boeckelman, Sr., Titonka, spent last week visitijig her sister. Mrs. Minnie Heethmd, and sister-in-law. Mrs. Ida Ukena. Mrs. Kempt Ennen celebrated her 81st birthday recently and several of her children -ind families und other relatives came in to help her celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutkneeht and Emma Gutkneeht left Friday morning for a week's vacation a't Kansas City, Mo., and a trip through the Ozarka. Mesdamea Wade Ball. George Heetland and Fred Schroeder at- u-nded the 51st quarterly meeting ol the American Legion Auxiliuiy at Burt and report n good meeting. County officers were elected. Little Larry Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter celebrated his third birthday with n pnrt} a week ago and the guests were Mrs C. A. Winter, Mrs. Jerry Heetland and three children, Mrs. Ray Winter and children and Mrs. A. Boeckelman and two daughters. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey and daughter of Swea City were visitors at the J. H. Wnrburtons last week Tuesday afternoon. They returned a week ago Friday from n three weeks' vacation trip in the east where their parents live. The Rev. Hnrvey Is n former Lakota Methodist pastor. Father of Ledyard Man Passes Away At LuVerne Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were calleJ to LuVernt Tuesday mornl'ig hv the death of Mr. Thompson's fath»r, Peter Thompjcr. Geor^s Thompson is one of the seven sons, who survive. 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