The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1938 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1938
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The Aigotta tTpfllr Des Hdtted, AJgona, towft, Oct. 25, FORMER DOAN RETURN RECENT VISTT Doan: .SJrs. Win. rilnfes«Jorf- ; <»fi Portland township, daughter Mr*. Oed. White of Harrison, Arkansas, and Mrs. Simon Johnson of Still water, Minn., called at the Wm. J and A. J. Martlnek homes on Fri day, Oct. 21. They are all former DOM residents and the visiting; lad lea Mid attended the funeral o Mr. White's mother, Mrs. Herman Vote For Dau on Thursday. Mrs. Johnso returned to her home on Frlda forenoon. Don't forget the baxaar and chick en supper at the Doan church on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek an Mrs. Emmet PaeU >vere buslnes callers at Mason City Friday. {Mr. aitd Mrs. Cliff Hoove* and daughter, Dorothy attended the fun era! at Algona Thursday of th iatter's aunt Mrs. Herman Dau Mrs. Hoover had her hand bad); burned last week Wednesday am required medical care. Fred Wolhen and friend, Mr. Han sen of Rapid City, S. D., came on Thursday evening to the Wm. J Martlnek home. Friday afternoon they drove to Spirit Lake and Saturday to Ames to attend the football game. They will spend a week visiting various places. He Is the son of John Wolken. former Doan resident J. C SKOW Republican Candidate For Kossuth County ' Representative Tour Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated 43-44 REA Demonstration Near Gilmore City The REA demonstration sponsored !»y the Humboldt Pocahontas and Kossuth Electric Co-Operatives, will te held October 27 and 28, beginn- ng Thursday night at 8 p. m. and continuing from 10 a. m. Friday through the day and evening at the Mrs. Lallie Kee farm, 3Vt miles east of Gilmore City. All people jiow using elctrlclty or expecting REA line In the near future should se the many things that can be op era ted with the new REA powc at this demonstration. CAST CHOSEN FOR FROSH-SOPH CLASS PLAY IN WHITTEMORE SC Iva Marie Kunz called on friend and relatives here briefly Wednes day. She. with a group of friends were enroute from St Paul, when they had visited Clare Kunz ant wife, to California, where Iva Ma rie and her mother, Mrs. Henry Kunz, now live. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••n VOTE FOB A* It. Cruikshank for SUPESVISOR ALGONA, UNION, PLUMCEEEK Your Support Will Bo Greatly Appreciated ****mmmmmmmmmmmmmmumm*mmmmmmmmmm 4 mmm ^^ May We Supply You With Dr Salsburys Beta Caps Cent Each Stock Salt 100 lb bag 70c Egg Mash with cod liver oil 17% protein , 100 Ibs $1.90 We have a complete stock of supplement feeds- priced to move, Tankage Soy Bean Meal Cotton Seed Meal Linseed Oil Meal Hubbard Concentrate Dried Molasses Pure Bran Standard Mids Flour Mids Red Dog Steam Bone Meal Special Hog Mineral 14 On Ottosen Honor JRole for First Six Weeks Ottosen: The first six weeks' honor roll of the Ottosen high and junior high school is as follows: Natalie Tonderum, Jean Ann Jacobson, Mary Jane Hoflus, Mavis Holt, Marjorie Kramer, Gladys Lovlg, Shirley Kinseth, Alf Lee, Thomas Olson, Barbara Underberg, Duane Kropf, Maurlne Satern, La Vonne Hanson, Raymond Rasmussen. , The senior class received their class rings Friday. Vivian Purdy Is In Iowa City undergoing a medical examination. The Ottosen public school has a week's corn picking vacation beginning Monday, Oct. 24. Douglas Olson of Grand Junction pent Wednesday and Thursday with relatives and friends here. Maurine Holden left recently to pend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holden. Mrs. Mary Hundertmark and Mrs. rfike Coyle were hostesses to the ommunlty ladies' aid Friday afternoon. Mrs. Amelia Watnem and daughter, Lola, spent Wednesday at the Lawrence Hanson home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend w«jre dnlner guests at the Merle Holt home Friday evening. "Easjr Money" Selected For Presentation in Neat Future; Margaret Q-rete man is to Direct 'Whlttemore: The freshmen anc sophomore classes of the local public school have started practice for the fiirst play of the year, "Easy Money," which will be presented in the near future. The cast is as follows: Mrs. Elizabeth Hl-Smlth. a dictatorial character, Marilyn Woodward; Rudolph Hi-Smith, Just plain Rudy, Melvin Helnrich; Marguerite Hi-Smith, a charming ambitious young girl. Maxlne Bell; Pamj Hi-Smith, attractive young girl, who Is sentimental and romantic. Bonlta Hansel; Pommie Hi- Smith, the ."Tom Boy" of the family, Geraldlne Mallory; Marcus Ast- orbilt, a young, handsome, millionaire manufacturer, Milton Espe; Aunt Sue, an elderly aunt, Dawn Vaudt; Farina Wltherspoon, a designing woman, Helen Meyer. Professor Pellinggham, a handsome young man, Bert Seeley. Uncle Jim, a stout Jolly good fellow, Wayne Bell. Hennie Hae, a comical negro servant, Dorothy Wagner; Pete, a negro Esser. Mrs. Percy Watnem and Miss Lola Watnem were callers In Algona Friday. They also visited at the Lawrence Hanson home at Whittemore. „ SPECIAL PRICES ON TON LOTS ALGONA PRODUCE BUYERS OF POULTRY, EGOS Si CREAM Phone 9 for Price and Pickup Service ^^ •j ji jj •! ADO 15 BOOKS TO SWEA LIBRARY Flood Cost Village $250 in Extra Expense; Other Swea City News Swea City: New books added to the library recently Include several replacements of much read books and a few new books Including the following: "The Black Camel," Earl J. Blggers; "Famous Cathedrals and ;heir Stories," "Famous Statues and their Stories", Edwin Bayner; "The Ancient Highway" and "The Flam- ng Forest" James Oiver Curwood; 'Hunting for Hidden Gold," Frank- In W. Dixon; "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," Walter Disney; The Drift Fence", "Sunset Pass 'Wild Horse Mesa", and "Robbers' *oost,~ Zane Grey; "Dawn of the rtornlng" and "Matched Pearls, by Emlle Lorlng; "The Keeper of the 3ees," Gene Stratton Porter; "The District Nurse", Faith Baldwin. Allows Flood Expense Bills amounting to $250 for extra expense because of the flood in September were allowed by the city council at their October meeting. County Attorney C A. Winkel was n Swea City on Tuesday. James Doocy, Sr., 88 years old. Is eriousiy 111 at his home south of own at this time. Jim Delaney of Fort Dodge was of the flashy type, Harold Miss Margaret Gretembn is coaching the play. The date of the play will be announced later. Seniors' Photos Taken The seniors of the local public school went to Algona last Thursday to have their pictures taken. The seniors are: president, Harold Swea City Thursday renewing acquaintances with" old 'friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson have announced the marriage of their daughter, Betty to John Koenck at Carroll Sept. 21. living at Vail. The couple are Bchknef vice president, Norma Bell; secretary and treasurer, Ellswort.n Heldenwith; other members of the class are Eileen Rochleau and Doris Jennings. Miss Rosella Voigt of Algona spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt Mrs. Minnie Wilson and sons Vincent and Cornelius spent the week end at the Virgil Stllson home at Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Balmer and two daughters of Maple Hill were Sunday visitors at the John Meine home here. Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church of here, attended a pastoral conference at Denison last Monday and another at Emmetsburg Tuesday and Wednesday, of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich Cordes returned home from, Blue Earth, Minn., Saturday after spending the past week with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and Betty and Clarice. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and two sons of Letts Creek, Peter Christenson and son, James and Edna and Elaine Schultz of Lu- Verne were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming and daughter, Eleanor attended the funeral of Patrick Moses at Emmetsburg last week Tuesday morning. Patrick was accidently killed Saturday when he was run over by a car. Mrs. August Schattschneider held a sale of her home furnishings on Saturday afternoon, with William Kattson as auctoineer. A large crowd attended. Mr*. Schattschneider will spend the winter with her children. Prof. W. H. Behnke and Prof. P L. Jessen of here, Prof. Schmiel of Lotts Creek and Prof. Wolter of Fenton attended a teachers' conference at Boone last week for a few days. The pupils had a vacation all last week. The pupils of the public school and the academy are having their corn husking vacation this week. Christina Kenne, Whittemore, Married To Eugene Ziemet The last word ui range construction. In several different colors. At only '10650 Kohlhaas & Spilles ALGONA, IOW A Vf^^ St. Joe: In a pretty wedding ceremony Tuesday morning at nine o'clock in St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore, Christina Kenne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kenne became the bride of Eugene Zeimet, only son of Math Ztimet. Father Veil performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a floor length whit satin gown and a cap- shaped, long veil and tarried an arm. bouquet. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Ray Hogan, who Jamboree Planned At LuVerne School LuVerne: Plans are being made to have £ jamboree at the high school Friday evening, October 28. Committees have been appointed and the different rooms in the school building will be the setting for the various types of amusement A galloping tea was held lait week Monday morning at the home Mr. and Mr&. Don Lichty and Ruth Lichty came Friday from Chicago to spend the week with the Lichty relatives. Mrs. Wm. Woito and Kenneth Parks drove to LeMara Saturday to attend the homecoming at Western Union College. Esther Fritzemeier, who teaches in Lena, Illinois, is in a hospital at Freeport, recovering from an operation for appendicitis. Mesdames F. I. Chapman, J. L. Lichty, Carrie Coleman and Irvin Chapman attended the fall Presby- lerial at Lakota last week Tuesday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. liaruld Sorensen at their home Thursday, Oct. 20. She will be cali- ed Linda. The Sorenscns have two sons, Wayne arid Dwight. Walter Peterson, Mrs. A. C. Evans, Misses Luers, Beattie and Olson went to Estherville Thursday evening where they heard thu United States navy band give a concert. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Potter, Rapid City, S. U.. were guests at the Win. Biging and Mrs. Wm. Godfrey homes last Wednesday. The C. C. Andersons who are living at Huron now wurc recent guests at the Godfreys. Roy Breytoti went to Oakdale last week wher? he will receive treatment. The Breytona came to Lu- Verue from the country near th wore a floor length royal blue satin gown with white accessories and carried an arm bouquet. The groom was attended by his cousin, Raymond Zeimet. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents. A wedding dance was given the same evening to the relatives and friends of the young couple in the Livermore hall. Music was furnished by Mike's Little German Hand from West Bend. Hold Bingo I'urty A bingo party was held Sunday afternoon, Oct. 23rd in the He Joseph's hall. Proceeds from the party will go for dishes and cook- i/i« utensil* needed in the kitchen of the new school. Anna Kayser la in Livermore caring for Mrs, W. F. Miller, who recently had a stroke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and daughter were Sunday visitors at the Ed Besch home near Whitte- temore. The St. Joseph's Sisters attended a teachers' meeting at Algona on Monday afternoon in St. Cecelia's academy. Nick Zeimet and daughter, Agnes from Roundup, Montana, arrived here last Saturday to attend the Kenne-Zeimet wedding at Whittemore Tuesday. Florence Geishecker, Alvin Klein Peter Erpelding from here and Mr and Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs Peter Bormann from Algona attended the wedding, Tuesday Oct. 18th, at Watkins, Minn., of Betty Klein and Adolph Huxemneyer The ! newlywttls uru both well known in j this vicinity, having been employed | here for the past several yearn. The young couple will live in Kansas where they nave u farm rented for next year. Portland Man Gets O. K. from Clinic Portland: Claude Sigsbee returned Saturday from Rochester, Minn where he spent a week, going through the clinic. He reports they found nothing missing and nothing h« needs to have removed, so he is back on the job and a trip through the clinic did the trick. F. W. Barrel! of Urbana, III caine laat Tuesday night for an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. A. M. Lease and family. Miss Myr Vernon consolidated school last na Burrell spent the week end at of her sister, Mrs. A. . I spring and live in what is known aa | the Bebnkendorf house in the north part of town. home M. Lease. view, Iowa. , . . She teaches at Lake- Brother of Fenton Woman Lose* Hand In a Cornpicker Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause called on Andrew Oappa near Emmetsburg:, Friday night Mr. Gappa, 47, lost his hand when it was caught in a corn picker, Wednesday. He was alone at the time of the accident Realizing that unless his hand was extricated his body might b« pulled into the rollers he tore his arm loose at the wrist. Mr. Gappa is a brother of Mrs. Arnold Krause. Hallowe'en Party At a recent meeting of the Fenton Walther League, it was decided to give a Hallowe'en party. Invitations were extended to thb FariviHe and Emmestburg societies The party will be held In the church basement Monday evening, Oct. 31. Valerian Jentz, Evelyn Elmers, Vernon Ohm and Ervln Borchardt will be in charge of the entertainment. Dorothy Dreyer and Marie ""auerby and Kathryn Ohm compose .he refreshment committee, Irene Bleckwenn and Leona Borchardt will have charge of the decorating. Plan Xmas Bazaar The Ladles Aid of the M. E. hurch met in the church parlors Trlday afternoon with Mesdames Roy Chrischllles, George Goetsch, John Menz and John Kramer as the hostesses. The new president, Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod took charge of the meeting. It was decided to have a Christmas gift bazaar some time before Christinas. The- Sew and So sewing club met with Mrs. Fred Newel, Thursday afternoon. Lorraine WJIlrett spent from Tuesday evening to Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Willrett Algona. Fred Walters, tne Lutheran parochial school teacher here, attended a teachers' conference at Boone from Wednesday to Saturday. Mrs. Peter Hayenga has been confined to her home for the past three weeks, due to illness. Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod is caring for her. Florence Weisbrod and Louise Baker of Des Molnes came Friday evening for a week end visit at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Florence is a teacher in the Greenwood school, Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz visited their son, James, managing editor of the Denison Review at Denl- son and another son, Karl, who is news editor of the Rockwell City paper on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughter, Alvina, Mrs. Fred Dau and Mary Ann Bohn visited with the Fenton people who are In the Lutheran hospital at Hampton, having been injured In a car accident a week ago Friday. They all remain In about the same condition. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hantelman of Chicago came Thursday evening for a week's visit with Mr. Hantcl- man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman and his brother, Martin, and with other relatives. Prior to his coming here he visited relatives in Dubuque and Minneapolis. Fire Threatens We«t Bend Elevator W«*t Bend: ^The fire department was called to the Davenport elevator Friday when a trash fire near the elevator buildings spread to the elevator. The flre was put out before the engine arrived. Mission Society Elects The W. H. and F. missionary society met at the home of Mrs. B. F. McFarlond Friday afternoon. Tho vice president, Mrs. A. Mikes presided and Rev. H. J. Needing led the devotions by reading verses from Isaiah, followed by prayer. Mrs. Needing talked on Alaska and Mrs. Wm. Johnson on India. Rev. and Mrs. Needing song a duet. A reading, "Lanterns in Gethsemane" was given by Irene Mikes; violin solos, "Goodbye to Summer" and "Pule Moon," Mrs. Carl Vohs accompanied by Mrs. Frank Mikes at the piano. By request, Mrs. Vohs played "Indian Love Call" on the violin and Mrs. Mikes was accompanist. Also 'Pale Moon 1 with Miss Vivian Wat- nem singing the solo. Both ware much enjoyed. The White Cro»s chairman, Mrs. C. Dewitt told of the large box of clothing sent to a mission achool in New Mexico. A ten cent lunch was served and a free will offering taken. Carl Ditch of Minnesota called on his mother, Mr«. Uessie Leorke Monday. Miss Ida Riley and mother, Mrs. Wm. Riley drove to Livermort on Tuesday to see her brother, Charles who was ill. Walton Fisher of Omaha spent Monday night at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emily Fisher. He hat* been to Webater City buying cattle and drove this way to see hU mother. Wm. Riley drove to Livermore on Thursday to see his son, Chas. who has been ill. He brought his son home with him to spend a few days. The son has high blood pressure and suffered hemorrhages the first of last week. St. Joe Babies Baptized St. Joe: The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker was baptized Allan Joseph recently. This Is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Th$ infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Borman was baptized Dorothy Therese, Sunday, sponsors were Mrs. Arthur Dig and Theodore Klnkel from Difference. The baby was born Oct. IB, 1638, at the Kossuth hospital. The Bormans now have a family of four girls and four boys. Algona Man Opening Mason City Business Carl Hayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hayne of Algona, a graduate of the class of 1923 at the Algona high school, will own and operate the jewelry department In the Innis A Co. store at Mason City, beginning December 1st. Mr. Hayne Is a graduate of Bradley Tech, at Peorla, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Hayne will move to Mason City next month. Let INTERNATIONAL Trucks Solve Your Hauling Problem! • Your hauling problems wffl I* #oivede««fly«nd«e«oro!c«Hywbia» you fewest ywtr transportation dot* ' Ian in a IM« Iht*rnationa! Truck. Tbt new Internationals are the finest vain* el tt* y*ar. op to die miauta in engineerinfc tested and proved for bard tenriea, and t/tyM to flttt* every owner. We can supply th« rifbt etn and body type for erery kind of (arm bad. Ask M for * demonstration. McCORMICK-DEERING STORE Phone 52 B. B Hutzell, Mgr. Richpoint Newa Good-Bye to M. & St U Oliver Nelson, Fort Dodge, la taking up the M. fc St. L. railroad here. This railroad was luid in 1899. Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained at the meeting of the Bel Cunto music club. Hugh Raney, J. F. Black and Henry Eischeid went to Des Moinea last week Tuesday to attend an AAA meeting. Mrs. 8am Smith, Milwaukee, Oregon, was a guest at the J. A. Johnsons last week. She la a former Algona resident. Mr. and Mrs. "Tick" Hurley, Mason City, were Sunday guests at the Frank Cupesius home. Mrs. Hurley is the former Irene Cape- siu«. , ,' r *f*MI Mrs. Paul Black, Mrs. Leslie JenR? Ins, Mrs. Hal Skiliing, Mr». Hugh Raney and Mr*. John Schuiz attended a meeting of the Plum. Creek club at Mrs. Geo. Johnsons near Titonka laat week Wednesday. The next regular meeting will be at Mrs. J. A. Johnson's next week Wednesday. COMING SOON! The FORD QUALITY GROUP For 1939 • Two New Ford Cars • Two New Ford Trucks • The New Mercury 8 An entirely new Ford-built car in the lower medium-price field. Hydraulic Brakes on All Models \ WATCH THIS PAPER FOB DATE. Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA This Is Your Invitation You are Cordially Invited to Attend'our Open House c/zec/^2/ Friday October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 2 to 9 O'clock Afternoon and Evening Presenting recreations of world famous organ mucic—sacred, classical and secular, as played by well known masters of pipe organ. We invite you and your friends, as our guests, to enjoy this unusual miuical presentation. In order that the world's finest pipe organ music may be made a part of the services in our funeral home The Stark Electrified Pipe Organ has been installed as permanent equipment. We wish all to see our new Remodeled and Refurnished Funeral Chapel. We ask that you call during the day and evening to view the many conveniences provided for those who may have need of our services, McCULLOUGH FUNERAL CHAPEL

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