The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1938 · Page 3
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WBENDGIRL K STUDENT NURSE pital at that place. She took her flnt work at Rochester, Minn. Leo Wests, Wesley, Back From Vacation Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Leo West and ton, Wllbert, returned Wednesday evening after a visit In 8t Cloud, Minn., with relatives and old acquaintances. They also spent a day at the Minnesota State Fair. VALUE New JOHN DEERE Models "A" and "B* TRACTORS D OWN through the yean John Deere hi* recog- .1.1 n k?dth»t tractor leadership which hu been attained by giving highest quality and Honest value can be continued only by offering MB ever-increasing measure of value. Only by dri»in» the new John Deere Model "A" or "B" General Purpose Traotor can you fully appreciate the great progress which hat been made. Check the John Deere for modern design, unexcelled Tl- •lon, and easy handling . . . check it for simplicity, ability to burn the low-cost fuels successfully, and for strength ... ask any John Deere owner about long life and the fine ine of integral and drawn equipment available ... cheek ihese tractors on your own deas df what good general purpose tractors should be »nd you'll aee why they con- tlntit John Detru hadenhlp in tractor value. Ask for a demonstration. The AlgonatTpper Pee Koines, Algona, Iowa, 8ept. 27,1938 FORMER Luella Liesener Marriea Bay Tmesdell of Austin, Minn. Kossuth County Implement Co. ALGONA, IOWA JOHN DEERE QUALITY IMPLEMENTS AND SERVICE Letts Creek: News came to Letts Creek that Luella Liesner of Austin, Minn., wa» married to Ray Truesdell of that place. They were married Sept. 17 at the residence of Rev. P. J. Braner. Luella is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Liesener. She was born and reared In this community. M-. and Mrs. Truesdell will likely make their home in Austin, Minn. Mrs. Alfred Meyer of Whittemore was a Thursday afternoon visitor at the Robert Dreyer home. Mrs. Wm. Bell and daughter Laura were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Otto Wichtendahl home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jackman attended the funeral of Mrs. A R Gardner at Algona, Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 21. Mrs. A. L. Jackman attended the meeting of the Mothers and Daughters club with Mrs. Walker on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch and «r. and Mrs. Edwin Lleb visited Tuesday afternoon with Leonard Meyer who is a patient at the Gen eral hospital. Mr. Meyer is a broth er of Mrs. Lleb. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lleb and sons Duane and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs Arnold Melne and family of Letts creek and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Muell er and son of Fenton drove to Algona Wednesday evening to attend the birthday party given in honor of Adam Lleb. Mother of Wesley Man Dies at Ackley Wesley: Mrs. George Hanig was called to Ackley Saturday due to the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Helen Holman, who had suffered three strokes In the past two weeks. She died Sunday evening while sitting up in bed eating Ice cream. She was 78 years old. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Ackley. Mrs. George Hanig came home Sunday evening. Wesley Shooters Tops Wesley: The Wesley trap shoot ng team went unchallenged Sun lay at the Field day program near 3ancroft. In the trap shooting event, Leo Ludwig of St. Benedict led for third place. Methodist Sunday School Authorities Meet at Burt Wed. Burt: The officers and teacher* of the Methodist Sunday School and families had a dinner at the church Wednesday evening. The Rev. Harvey Nelson, LuVerne, who was to have given an address, was unable to be present. The Rev. Spelcher discussed methods of improving the Sunday School and Mrs. Li. E. Roetman, new superintendent gave a talk In which she outlined her plans for next year's work. FENTON HIGH NINE GETS EVEN BREAK Midgets Bow to Lone Rock, Defeat Whittemore Academy Friday Fenton: Fenton's high school baseball nine journeyed to Lone Rock last week Tuesday to receive their first defeat, 6 to 8, Mai-low, the Lone Rock pitcher, proved too much for the inexperienced Fenton midgets, setting down 11 men. Schmidt started at the mound for Fenton and was later relieved by Burwash and Oreinert. All together they managed to strike out eight of the Lone Rock hitters. Three Fenton men rounded the plate in tHe third Inning and three again in the seventh. Lone Rock started the scoring of the game, with a run in the first and seven In the fourth frame, due to several errors on Fen ton's part. On Friday afternoon, the tables were turned and Fenton won on the local diamond by defeating the Whittemore academy team 6 to 2. Schmidt pitching the first six innings for Fenton, was in rare form. After a run scored on two errors In the'first Inning, he pitched shut out ball, allowing one hit, one walk, while striking out 12. Oreinert pitched the last inning for Fenton. allowing two hits, one run and striking out one. Sterler started for Whittemore in One form, striking out five men. but ran into a streak of wlldncss which coupled with several errors and Bergeson's double with bases full, allowed Fenton to score five runs In the third. Sterler allowed 'our hits, six runs and walked four, lit one batsman in two and one- third Innings. Webber finished the game allowing four hits, walking one and striking out two. Wlddel of ''enton led the hitting with three ills out of four times up to bnt. In his game batteries for Whittemore were Sterler, Webber and K. 151- >ert. Batteries for Fenton were Schmidt, Grelnert and Ohm. ALL OF THIS MERCHANDISE " OF CHARGE WITH „ ELECTRIC WASHER ,. flMPfiKhft/n J 00 *'--*T^^wi *SSS5Sa .1, • ivj-ji-n-imn Ml^i l' 11 ;"!;^ > Oth.r W.ih«r» •t Lew •• $31.9$ Til "» P«vra«nl Pl«« Includw FII«, Tb«h, Torn*do «nd flood lntui«nc« E. K. Johnson and Ed Grelnert trove to Sioux City last week Tuesday where they purchased cattle. Charles Glaus, Jr., Mervin Widdel nnd Gene Newel began work last week for the Pioneer Hybrid seed corn company at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettchcr and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher visited at the E. C. Welsbrod home last week Monday and Tuesday. Merrill Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mueller, and Mrs. Bud Nelson submitted to tonsilectomy operations at Mueller hospital last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank nnd Paul Ncmitz attended n meeting of the state brand creameries in Mason City. Thursday. Mrs. Fred Gremmels passed away Friday evening at her home at Dubuque, from heart dlneaiie. She was a daughter of the late Matt Gappa, old time residents of Palo Alto coun •y- Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod, teachers In the Des Moines schools, spent the week end with .heir parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Mr. and Mrs. W. J WeUbrod. Mrs. Donovan Brown and daugh- ers of Glendale. Calif., came last week for a visit with Mrs. Brown's >arent«, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus here and with her hunband'a parents at Esthervllle. Marjorle Johnson, Ruth Dreyer m& Jean Denker, students at the owa State Teacher*' college In Cedr Fall*, spent the week end with he E. K. Johnsons. H. H. Dreyera and W. J. WeUbrods. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughters. Ruth and Alvina. went to Deo Molnei Saturday to bring home another daughter, Alice Dreyer, R. N., who will spend a week here ivith her parents. Wilma Allaup, daughter of the Clarence Allsups of Burt, was married last week Friday morning to Krnest Tietz at the Lutheran church in Graettinger. The Alisups were former Fenttm residents. Mr and Mrs. Christeiihen and daughter. Murjorie of CJlendale. California, were guests last week of Mr. ami Mrs C. H. Geronsin eri loute to New York, where they will sail for a three month visit with relatives in Denmark They are relatives of the Geronsins GAMBLE STORES Jud Jtarnitfd, Manaflnf Farmer LuVerne Women's Club Organizes LuVerne: Mrs. C. B. Huff was the hostess to the members of the Progressive Women's club at the first meeting of that organization this full. Nine members were present and the subject of Education was discussed. Supt. Alex C. Evans, was guest speaker and talked on the Social Aspects of Education. Mrs. Irvin Chapman gave a review of Albert Wiggams book. "Murks of an Educated Man." Plans were made for year's work ami rh.uige °IH the time of meeting was propos- id. Instead of Friday afternoon, it was decided to hold the next meeting on Monday evening. October 10. when a Una! decision will be made. Mrs. A. J Eason wus a guest. Wesley Will Have Girls' Cage Tourney Wesley: On January 26. 27 and 28 the south half of Kossuth county girls' basketball tournament will be held at the new Wesley gymnasium. SupL K. Kavlin said it was deeided at the Kossuth county schoolinaslres' meeting ul Algouu last Wednesday evening. Coaeh Paul Nedtwig also attended the meeting with the superintendent. Mr. Ftu vim wus elected secretary- trea/iurer of tiiu group. Conservation Field Day Discussed at Thursday Meeting of Club Union: Mrs. George Kohl and Mrs. Louis Bode were hostesses to the Mothers club at the Kohl home last Thursday afternoon, 40 persons attending. This was the first meeting of the club year. Following the club song roll call was answered with Why Conserve. Miss Eleanor Fraser gave a very thorough discussion of Conservation its importance, also axplaineci the activities of the recent Field. Day. A discussion was given on the open pheasant season and a committee of Mabel Tjaden and Marie Bode was nominated to further the protection of the pheasants. The club voted and assisted In fighting for a closed season in past years. Pheasants cannot be seen as plentiful as In past years and according to the Increased number of insects and pests the birds should be protected. Hazel Jenklnson read a magazln« article and William Kohl furnished several selections on the mouth harp. Delicious refreshments were Guests were Mrs. Ira Kohl, Mrs Cecil McGinnis and small son, Avis Wilson, Algona; Cloyde Zentner Winnebago, Minn.; Mrs. Walter Heerdt, daughter Margaret and Mrs Glen Jenklnson and daughter, Hazel, Union. The next meeting which will be an evening meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ho flus on Thursday evening, Oct. 6 Judge Quarton will give a talk on his recent trip abroad and several musical selections have been secured. A good program is promised. Miss Margaret Durant present ed the Union Mothers and Daughters club with a Poetry Booklet, honoring the club because they entered the largest number of scrap books in a recent contest. Arthur Beck ni Arthur Beck has not been feeling the best of late. His asthma troubles him and his hands which were poisoned during harvest arc again giving him considerable trouble. Delayed by Flood Mrs. Cora Boles returned to her home at Boone via bus last Monday morning. She visited at the Albert Butterfield and Ben Gould homes. She expected to return home earlier but was detained by the flood waters. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt have rented the former Kcnyon farm now tenanted by Clarence Kramer. The Heerdts farmed the C. D. Ward farm the past two years. Gertrude and Ida Stoeel accompanied Mrs. Jesse Riddle and daughter, Ellleen to Joliet, III., Monday morning where they are visiting relatives. The Stoffel girls are employed at Wallburgs. East Seneca Women Attend Fenton Aid East Seneca: Mrs. Martin Wilberg. Mrs. P. H. Jensen, Mrs. Otto Wllberg and Mrs. Henry Looft attended the Methodist Lndics 1 Aid at Fenton Friday. Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Mrs. Emil Crouch and Mrs. Will Welsbrod were hostesses. AUTO GLASS SAFETY FIRST \Ve are equipped to replace your broken glass on cars or trucks with approved safety glass while yon wait. Greenberg Auto Supply I MINOR BLAZE AT BURT QUELLED Burt: A fire alarm was turned In Friday morning, when a gasoline engine backfired and started a fire In the building occupied by the Moore Mattress Co. The fire wa» soon extinguished and little damage done. WINDOW GLASS Wo have the largest as- sortni'pnt of window glnss In this vicinity. Prices are lower tliari they have been in years. However, they may go higher after Germany takes over the glass industry in Czechoslovakia. Buy now. Greenberg Auto Supply M A T E $ S The World's Finest Inner Spring Mattress with a Matched Box Spring. 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