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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 26,1938 North East Kossuth News COUNTY MEETING PTA AT T1TONKA Doan Joint Host Club at Session Scheduled for [Wednesday Evening, lOctober 226th THonka: The Titonka and Doan units of the Parent-Teachers association will entertain the other county units on Wednesday evening, Oct. 26th at Doan. The speaker for the evening will be Miss Jessie Parker of Lake Mills, republican candidate for state superintendent of schools. 74 Attend Lakota Presbyterian Session tjakota: The north half of the district. Missionary Presbyterlal met at the local church last week Tuesday for an all day meeting and 74 women registered. Mrs. Leota Gel- gel of Irvlngton hafl charge of the devotions with the Algona pastor's wife, Mrs. Pfelffer, offering the prayer. Mrs. W. W. Wilson, Esthervllle gave the address. Other speakers were the H. A. Sinning, D. D., Port Dodge, and several from other points in the district. and Mrs. Frerking sang two solos little Darlene Oeerdes sang, "This is my Father's World." A delicious pot luck dinner-was served with the women of the local society as hostesses. Entertains Bridge Club The Tuesday bridge club met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Krantz recently. High store was made by Mrs. Will Rlcklefs, second high by Mrs. George Bonacker and low by Mrs. Will Boyken. Guests were Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Beed, and Mrs. Clifford Krantz. Mrs. Fisher Hostess The regular meeting of the Tl- broken, tonka Woman's club was held on Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. John Fisher as hostess. Mrs. H. T. Torgersen, the leader of the lesson, conducted a panel discussion on the magazine article, "More Dogma Please" as found in the October Atlantic Monthly. Russell French attended the Ames homecoming. He was a guest of Clark Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Marks of Eldora visited from Sunday until Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Miller Nelson. Mrs. J. R. Schutjer and Miss Dorothy Weaver spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Havlland In Minneapolis recently. • Mrs. Carl F. Callles entertained the Woman's Missionary society at her home on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Will Schram was the leader of the lesson. Ernest Orthel accompanied by his mother and sister, Ethel, drove from Los Angeles, California ,to Titonka where they will visit at the Leo Orthel home. The Orthels formerly lived In this community. Miss Patty Ball and Miss Verdene Boyken drove to Ames Friday to be the guests of Dorothy Peterson for the Ames homecoming. Miss Brooks, Miss Peterson and Miss Holdcroft accompanied them. . Start Christmas Party Planning Lakota: The Methodist Sunday School board met at. the Charles Eggsrths last week Monday evening. The principal business taken up was the discussion of plans for the Christmas program. Supt. Orvllle Koppen appointed several committees, among them being finance committee, Henry Patterson, Harry Moe and Samuel Warburton. The class teachers will have charge of program arrangements. The Berean claw will decormte and fill the candy boxes and Mrs. Samuel Warburton and Mm. Otto Kcp- pen will be the buying committee. Mrs. Eggerth served lunch at tho close of the meeting. LEDYARD MAN INJURED IN GEAR Ledyard: J. F. Sullivan had the misfortune to get his foot in the gears of the drive on his elevator on Monday. He was under the care of a physician but no bones were Parents of a Son Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knoner are the parents of a son born on Tuesday. There are two other children In the family, both boys. Sister Dies Mfs. Mary Poppe received word that her sister who lives at Monte Rose, 111., had passed away Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jackson o: Mankato, were visiting at the Alfred Kramersmeler home Wednesday The ladles are'Sisters. The Lars Skaars entertained Mr and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Lawrence Wednesday night The occasion was both Mr. Skaar's and Mrs Flynn's birthdays. Geo. Hagge and Mr. and Mrs Dick Anderson were at Algona on Monday evening where the men at tended a corn sealers' meeting and Mrs. Anderson attended a show. Mrs. J. L. Llchty, Mrs. F. L. Chap man, Mrs. L. H. Chapman and Mrs Coleman, all of LuVerne called a the Geo. Thompson home enrouti to Lakota to a Presbyterian Mission ary rally at the Lakota Presbyter tan church Tuesday. Mrs. Llcht> and Mrs. Chapman are aunts o Mrs. George Thompson. SUSHI— by Edith Swansori Exclusively each week In The Alsronft Upper Des Molnes LAKOTA WOMAN TEARS MUSCLES' ' Mrs. Samuel Warburton 'Gets Injured Ankle; County Corn Picking IChamp from Here Lakota: Mrs. Samuel Warburton suffered a severe Injury to one 'oot last week Wednesday morn- ng. She had put some meat on to cook and then gone upstairs to work and when she smelled something burning she hurried down the stairs and missed the bottom step, twisting her foot and tearing some muscles loose. She has not been able to step on the foot for several days. Ernest Heldecker, Kossuth corn picking champion, lives on a farm n Hebron township and Is a real dirt farmer. The Presbyterian church elders and the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking held a business meeting at the Jerry Heetlands last week Monday evening. Mrs. Ike Harms went to Iowa City hospital early last week for an operation for a growth on her nose The operation was performed last week Tuesday. Ronald Heetland and Richard Pet erson accompanied Myron Johnson from Eagle township to St. James Minn., last week Sunday on a trip to locate 4-H club calves. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer attended a ministers' sub-distric meeting at the home of the Rev. am Mrs. Gauger at Buffalo Center las week Monday. JTiey report tha 1 the Brotherhood meeting will be held at Buffalo Center Monday evening James Warburton fell last week while working in the barn and struck his side on a concrete abute- ment breaking two ribs where they fasten to the breast bone. Dr. Wll Hams taped his side and he is again doing chores but can do no heavy lifting or pitching. Hebron News 00 YOU KNCWj WHAT \ M CONNAD6 »M COMMA A CANDY STOtt AND THfeN BAT Alb THR CAMOV UP / TheMan About Town Says Lakota Ladies At Achievement Meeting Lakota: Mesdames Jerry Heetland, C. O. Peterson and J. H. Holcomb. spent last week Tuesday in Algona attending the county Farm Bureau women's project meeting. This was the first meeting of the new home demonstration agent, Mrs. Ruth Hicks, with the women of the county. Mrs. Lucile Cochran of Ames had charge of the meeting. There were 28 representatives from 14 townships present and tentative Achievement day plan* were made and the setup for the open meeting* waa arranged. Work on the 1938-39 project will begin at once and It Is expected to provj a very interesting course. Ed Strnser delivered flour last Friday In Hebron. Leonard Anderson has been busy ihelllng corn the past week. Carl Miller has been confined to ils bed with pneumonia the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Joe Olsons. Russel Engelby was an over night visitor with his friend, Bertel Osland, last Wednesday. Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent a few days with her son, Adrian Hauskin and family. Mrs. Otis Mldthune and family are enjoying a visit from their grandntothdr, Mrs. Kallestad of Frost, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle ant family and Mr. and Mr*. Adrian Hauikin and family attended tho wedding of their brother, Maynard Hauikin and Bernlce Telg of Blue Earth last Thursday, Oct. 20. Barberry bushes net out at the post office! Funny the government would father this shrubbery when but a few years ago it ordered all hedges of the like destroyed for causing rust In wheat • » » News and pictures of Ruth Etting, the sniger, are headlining the dally papers. Mrs. Gene Wray and Ruth were reared In the same town In Nebraska and chummed together in girlhood days. * * » Eleanor Fraser was caught off guard as the days shorten. It was dark. The fire whistle blew. Eleanor hailed a party ahead and ask- ed'where Is the fire. It was the six o'clock siren. • • • Those young would-be Barney Oldfields who turned a corner, but didn't In an old Ford didn't all receive physical injuries. One suffered more when dad found out from the crash that he had invested money In the car and was part owner of the title. * * * Met Hlckenlooper, aspirant to the chair of lieutenant governor on the republican ticket Hick, as he was soon called, seemed just as congenial as Hi Whtie, his host, while here. • • • Tabby Barton was enjoying sweet corn fresh from the garden as late as Saturday, Oct 24. After that, don't know, It frosted the stalks a little at night * * * John Anderson, foreman of tho Cowan crews, is a fast worker. Such as his neighbor, who, when John went to work in the morning, was digging a basement for a new house At night on the way home to supper John heard the owner kicking out the first tenant for back rent due. The GridJJuessers Corner By N. O. Knot Well, It wasn't tie games ' this week, but Saturday's scores, particularly the Kansas State upset victory over Indiana, bowled over the Kossuth guessers for a row of losses. But to young Russell Larsen of Algona, goes first place for last Saturday. Russell really called them close, and the only black mark on his record was his guess of a tie game between Kansas State and Indiana. He picked Oklahoma to beat Nebraska, Purdue to whip Wisconsin, and had all the other easier ones right, also. He hau 59 error points: H. W. Hollandsworth of Algona took second place. He Had only 56 error points, three less than Larson, but he' had picked Indiana to beat Kansas State, his only miss of the week. In third place Is Willis Cotton of Lone Rock. Willis picked them all except the Indian upset, and had 68 error points. He squeezed out H. B. Seeley of Algona who had 81 error points, and Durwood Baker, who had 90. Seeley and Baker only missed one game each, both of them the Indiana fray. In the next bracket, or class B, If you will, were Woody Cook and A. Champion Bowler To Show Wares Here At Barry's, Oct. 26th Twenty years ago Gene Gagllardi was a pin-boy setting up pins in a Yonkers, New York, bowling alley. Today other pin boys vie for tho honor of setting up the maples for Gene, for he now wears the royal robe of bowling supremacy by virtue of winning the title of World's 1937 American Bowling Congress singles champion. He will appear at Barry 1 * Recreation Parlor, Wednesday, Oct. 26, In an exhibition against •ome of Kossuth's best bowlers. Gene says you can learn more in the pit than you can on the alleys. From the pit you observe the bowler's faults, such as his approach to the foul line, his swing and delivery, and you are In a better position to see the course of the ball as It takes the English In its approach to the head pin. , "By watching the mistakes of other maple crashers, I soon learned to correct my own errors, said Gene In a recent interview. "I went out of my way to watch all the great bowlers perform and rmrtner- included In Gene's exhlbl- plckcd up many valuable pointers t|(jn ls a j ecturei instructions for lad- here and there, but I soon learned that In order to be a great bowler one must concentrate on each and every ball delivered. That Is one of the real secrets of becoming a class 'A' pin star." Gene Is of Italian parenthood. He is small and weighs 125 pounds which makes him the smallest man ever to win a world's A. B. C. title. Despite his lack of avoirdupois, Gene can throw a ball with express train speed down the alleys, but he says this is entirely unnecessary as accuracy counts more than-speed. This past May, at the State Tournament at Albany, New York, Gene fl™ 8 *"" 1 second In the doubles with 1340. The winners had to set an all time record to nose out Gene and his doublea Helen Offenstein, Wayland Robinson, Wed October 15th Swea-Engle: Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Offenstein, and Wayland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Robinson were united in marriage at five o'clock Saturday afternoon, Oct. IB, at the Little Brown church at Nashua. They were atended by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Robinson of Armstrong. The couple will go to housekeeping there where the bridegroom has a blacksmith shop. 23rd Anniversary Mr. and Mrp. George Wolf celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 18. They had for their dinner guests the following: the Norman Wards of Pine City, Minn.; August Rosenthals of Truman, Minnesota; Ernest Hansons of Titonka; Walham Rlkes of Woden; George Hikes and Mrs. Amelia Rlke of Algona; Mrs. Jake Rlke of Bancroft; and Margaret Lentsch of Swea City. Numerous gifts were left for the honored couple. Titonka Women at District P. T. A. Meet Titonka: Members of the local parent-teacher organization who attended the district meeting at Rockwell City on Wednesday were Mrs George Bonacker. president; Mrs A. M. Peterson, delegate; Mrs. Amos Bonacker, Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher and Mrs. John Flshe* county pres ident. es and students who want to bet- er their game, and at night he will pen his bag of trick shots. On a wenty 20) week tour through the ountry. Gene has average 213 for 88 games, also has a 10 game aver- ge of 268 in a match and has 12 icrfect scores to his credit. Algona Is going .to have a dlst- gulshed guest. A party of four, Including the great big league kid pitcher, Bob Feller, has made reservations for rooms at the Algona hotel. Bob and his party will hunt pheasants In surrounding fields. • • • Gee*e or brant were flying low over the city Saturday nigbt attracted by the lights. A year ago thousand* of ducka circled continuously over the name territory lost In a heavy fog. Tho greenhouse boys are praying it does not happen again. The ducks thought tho panes of glass were water and enjoyed lighting upon them and go ing through. • » • It la a point for a few local fnnn to attend bull gmnes and razz the officials to n degree of often calling them dirty names. That stunt is bad and keeps good clean sports away. But there are some who go even further. Listening in via the radio they jump up from their chairs and boo, cuss the officials and wonder why such men are hired. • * * More daatardly, more devastating U the great sportsmen, tho conservationist, the outdoor 1 hero who hunta ducks and takes beyond his needs. A fellow who shoots and takes a couple of limits a day without use for them. Because a duck star\p Is bought and a license purchased some think and follow the Idea that they are to kill the limit each day and then throw the ducks Into the trunk of the car or on the back porch and let (hem rot. It's being done. And by our leading citizens, so we are to know them. It is just a suggestion, but for conserving the ducks the limit should be reduced. Benefit Gridiron Game Next Week A preview of Algona's 1939 football team will be offered Algona football fans In a benefit game to be staged here next Monday evening with Algona's second squad battling Humboldt's reserves. Since Coach Hop Findley will lose all but two of his starting eleven this year the 1938 reserves will be the regular of next season and the B squad game will be of more than usual Interest for that reason this year. The second stringers have played only two contests, losing twice In hard fought games to Fort Dodge. On the first occasion tha score was 7 to 6 and Saturday, Flndley's youngsters lost 12 to 0 to the Dodgers. A fumbled punt recovered on the Algona 6-yard line and an Intercepted pass gave Fort Dodge its scores. Although the Dodgers seconds play a full schedule and so had much more experience than the little Bulldogs the local reserves held their opponents even except for two bad breaks. Before meeting Humboldt under the local floodlights the Algona reserves will scrimmage the Wildcat B squad at Humboldt, Wednesday evening.; The gajne^t Algona, Monday, will be a regulation encounter; however. The contest was arranged by mothers of Algona high school team players In cooperation with Coach Hop Findley and O. J. Manship, coach of Humboldt's Wildcats. Instead of soliciting merchants for money to put on a banquet for the football squad the mothers will raise money through the benefit game and other projects. A committee will sell tickets before- the game. Season tickets will not admit to this event, but admission will be only ten and twenty centu. V. Larson, both of Algona. They missed n gnmc nnd called for n tic that didn't materialize. Listed in class "C" this week vrer? the following: Andy Anderson of Lnkotn, who won n week ago, a wise guy calling himself I. M. Wright of Lone Rock, Ken Miller of West Bend, D. D. Mbnlux of Algona, Ed Wolcott, H, R Bnrtlett of Algona, A. L. Benschoter of LuVerne, Erma Benschoter of LuVerne, Father Ah- rnnnn, Valeria Williams who once again proved belter than hubby, Pat Cullen, Percy Kuhn nnd Bernard Reilly of Lone Rock. Bartlett, by the way, was picking an upset, and slated Kansas State to take Indiana, which they did. He guessed 13 to 7 as te score, which was actually 13 to 6. Nice going. Be he also picked Nebraska, and foresaw two tie games. Now the rest of the gang rate from there on down the line with Lyle Reynolds and Julian Chris- chllles bringing up the rear guard, and winning the ieft-handed. monkey wrench. Ready, boys and girls, here are the games for this coming Saturday. Let 'er go. And don't pay any attention to our own guesses- Ohio State (20) at New York U. (0). Notre Dame (13) at Army (6). Illinois (0) at Michigan (13). Indiana (8) at Wisconsin (7>— maybe! Purdue (14) at Iowa (0). Minnesota (7) at Northwestern (6)—maybe! DePauw (0) at Chicago U. (7). Iowa State (13) at Marquette <7). Missouri (7) at Nebraska (13). We had a whole slew of new guessers this past week, and more arc welcome. Guessers must be In our office, or in tho mail, Saturday morning. Prizes are a one year, eight months and six months sub- scritlon for the three best guesses each week. Neighbors Husk Corn for Man, 111 Doan: A group of 17 neighbors and friends with seven corn husk- Ing machines went to the Dg White farm nnd finished husking his corn. Mr. White is still confined to his bed. On Strike Duty Irvlngton: Joe Jenkins, Mason City high school student, and son o Mrs. Ralph Lage was among the national guard unit from that city which was recently detailed at Sioux City to help with the strike con die/on*. Read The Want Arts—It Pnvs Quality PRINTING Your Printed Material Is Your Personal Calling Card-Don't Let It Do You An Injustice • The next time a transient tries to sell you printing call us in for comparative prices. You get what you pay for in printing too. We can sell as cheaply as anybody, but we prefer to do a quality job worth a few cents more. Check Up Now On Your Letterheads —Memo Heads Envelopes —Statements Ruled Booklets and Forms Blotters —Enclosures There Isn't Anything We Can t Print! Call 230 The Algona Upper Des Moincs "Buy At Home—It Pays Dividends" Thou. B. Hyler pauses Thos. B. Hyler passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the home of his son, Joe Hyler in Swea township ufter a lingering Illness of apoplexy. He was born at Zanesvllle, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1851, nenrlng his 86th birthday, he has lived In Iowa most of hia life. He came to Ames in 1909, where he livml until two years ngo when Mrs. Hyler died, since then he has made his home hero Smashes Sheller Caking Quick Turn Hurt: J. H. Schroeder had piece of hard luck Thursday. He was taking hl» corn libeller behind a truck to the C. B. Slgsbee farm to do some shelling. When he turned Into the Slgsbee gate ha thought he wa» going too faat to make the turn and applied the brake, which caused the iheller to buckle and turn over, woMblng it up very badly. Mr. Schroeder went to Spencer Friday to try and get repair* to fix it up. New Filing System of Recorder Draws Widespread Praise Completion of the installation of a new filing system for Individual hatte! mortgae and conditional sales contracts, has just been completed j at the office of J. J. Dooley, Kossuth county recorder. The new system represents the changing over of 100,000 instruments Into 5,900 chattel mortgage envelopes and work that took about a year and a half to complete. Chief purpose of ths new filing system Is to provide a speedy means of getting chattel mortgage and conditional sales contract information. Formerly, under the old system, It would take from one to two hours to look through eight mortgage record books to get the Information. Now it can be done very easily in two or three minutes. Mr. Dooley also stated that his office, in 1937, took In a total of $3,98085, which was $270 more than the actual cost of running the office. A total of 9,071 Instruments were recorded In the office last year. Kossuth ranked sixth in the state lost year In total hunting and fishing licenses sold. Mr. Dooley accounts for this by the fact that 20 with hi* soil, away lives A daughter, Mrs. Conin Minneapolis. His body was taken to Ames last Thurs- Anthony Shaw III day for burial beside his wife, Anthony Shaw was taken to the Iowa Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge where he underwent an operation last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGregor e.nd son, Clifford, drove to Fort Dodge to visit Mr. Shaw and found him recover- ingly nicely. Mrs. McGregor is u sister of Mr. Shaw. Holds Basket Social A program and basket social was held in school district No. 2, Eagle township last Friday evening. A fine program was given by the pupils. Alice Uhr is teacher. Tho proceeds from baskets and sale of Lars Sorensen Home After Five Hospitalized Weeks Lars Sorunsen got home lust Friday from Hoc-heater, Minn., where he has been confined for the past live weeks, following an operation tur a fclomuch ailment. He spent 15 days in a Rochester hospital and the rest of the time In a hotel. He will have to take it easy for the next few months. With the operation a success, and Lars home again, we are glad to join his other friends in wishing him many more years of life—a life that he knows how to lead happily and as a leading citizen of the community. To Examine Teeth Of Children, Free Beginning Monday and continuing the rest of this week children In all public and parochial schools through the first eight grades will have their teeth examined free of charge by local dentists. The dental clinic 1s being conducted with all local dentists cooperating with Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse. After examinations are completed parents will be given a report on the condition of their children's teeth and statistics gathered from the clinic will be used In a report being prepared by school officials. This l:i the first time such examinations have been held. Superintendent of Schools, Otto B. Laing, announced that during American Education Week a complete report on the health of Algona school children will be made public. The report will contain clef inlte statistics on condition nf Children's teeth, hearing, and the extent of vaccination for small pox and inoculation for ciiptlicria. American Education Week will be the second week in November, November 7 to 12. The Algona Upper Des Moines OFFERS GREAT MONEY SAVING BARGAINS ON THIS NEWSPAPER AND AMERICA'S FINEST MAGAZINES Hen'* tho thrifty, economical way to ivbtcribo for thlt now$ooper and your favorite , matjaxinei at pr/eei that art really leniathnaL Jheto offer* art good either for new or renewal ordert. It will pay you to look thtm over and tend ut the coupon today- Loebigs Are Honored Guests on 40th Anniversary Wealey: Mr. and Mrs. John Loebig were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary by a family _ dinner at the home of their son lunch^will go toward supplies for | victor on Sunday evening. Besides ' ' the honored couple and the Victor Loeblg family, those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs- Elmer Daughan and family of Britt, and Mr. and the school. depositories throughout the county are selling thsse licenses, as well as the county recorder's office, and are largely responsible for putting Koa- suth county on the map. Vittitora Hunt Here Harold Schuler, student at Western Union College, LeMars, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schuler. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord and daughter, Beth, of Iowa Falls, visited at the home of Mr. and Mr«. Curl Anderson a week ago last Sunday. Clara Zahlten Injured While Sorting Corn Clara Zahlten, farm woman past 70 years of age, suffered u ruptured kidney, Wednesday evening, when bhe slipped on top of a load of corn and fell agaginst the bang-board of the wagon on which she was working. She waa sorting corn at the time at the home of her nephew, August Slaglc, who lives just north of Algona. 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