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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 8,1938 Exclusively each week in The Algona Upper Des Molnes Edith Swatiaon OONfLOOK IHTMB AUT-SHOW/ OH SMCXC. I MICHT JUST AS WELL. \T AMD CftU. »t « cause nrren m.t, —, \ I'M ONCY A WOMAN/./ — i "* H» J -"** 1 ^ j. LUVERNE MISSION MEET Methodist and Episcopal •Groups Have Monthly Meetings, Thursday LuVerne: The Methodist Home Missionary society and the Evangelical missionary society both held their November meetings Thursday afternoon. The former met at the home of Mrs. Ray Stone. Mrs. Herbert Smith as devotional leader and Mrs. Myra Peltzke was lesson leader. She conducted a map study of the United States and its possessions. Mrs. Peter Thompson read an article on Citizenship portraying the need of Christians voting at the elections. In the business meeting there as reported the sending tng there was reported the sedlng fruit and vegetables to the Harriet Ballou Nursery at Sloipc City. Plans were made for a-group meeting to be held at LuVerne, Nov. 16, when six or seven societies In surrounding towns would meet for conference. Announcement of a conference meeting at Ida Grove, on Nov. 9, was made. Mrs. Lewis Merkle and Esther Merkle were hostesses to the Evangelical society at the home ol the former. The Rev. E. R, Walter led the devotions and the roll call was answered by the women giving facts about India. Hulda Frltzemeier had charge of the lesson which, was a chapter on Untouchables from the book, 'Moving Millions." It was given In the form of a questlonalre. It was decided to have the annual thankoffering service the latter part of the month and the pageant, "Testerday, Today and Tomorrow" was chosen for the occasion. A district rally is to be held Nov. 16, at Sheffield. The Presbytrelan Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday, Nov. 9 with Mrs. J. L. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh spent Friday at Knierim looking after farm Interests. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. John Jackson, Graettlnger, were LuVerne callers on Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuld:. and children. Garner, spent Wednesday with the Harvey Nelsons and other friends. Supt. and Mrs. Alex C Evans and Kleeta Flnley attended the state teachers' meeting at Des*Molnes on Thursday and Friday. Mr. Evan* was delegate from the North Central Association and also from the county schoolmasters' club. The intermediate Christian Endeavor society of the Presbyterian church had a Hallowe'en party at the church last week Tuesday eve- jilngr. A treasure hunt had been planned, but the rain spoiled that so Hallowe'en games were played. Editor Coleman and his mother, Mrs. Carrie Coleman, received word Friday of the death of their brother and son, Bradley Coleman at Flint, Michigan. No particulars were received at this writing. Mrs. Coleman and a daughter, Louise of Waterloo, had spent several weeks with him fast spring. Home Project Group Meets at Lakota Lakota:. A home project meeting was held last week Monday afternoon at the J. H. Holcombs for L«d- yard, Lincoln, Hebron and Springfield townships with 30 women present. Mrs. Jerry Heetland, county chairman, gave a talk on the work as planned for 1038-39 and Mrs. Ruth Hicks, home demonstration agent, spoke on the state and county organization and presented a clinic on Canned and Frozen Foods and concluded the lesson with a list of questions to test your knowledge of canning methods which proved Interesting from a discussion point Refreshments were served in the form, of a tea with Mesdames J. E. Telcamp and Lou Nltz pouring both tea and coffee. The project women will study Making the Best Use of Home Produced Foods in Nutrition this year. Lesson one will be Cost of Adequate Meals; No. 2, Methods of Cookery for Tender Cuts of Meat; No. 8, Feeding the Sick; No. 4, Modern Trends'ln Bread Making. Much Interest Is being shown in th4 course. North East Kossuth News LEDYARD BOY HAS AN OPERATION Incision Made in Throat To Remove Kernel of Corn Lodged in Windpipe Ledyard: Sidney Skaar, the two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar, was rushed to the Rochest- hospital on Wednesday night Sidney was helping his father feed the chickens when he swallowed a kernel of corn and it got In his windpipe. He was taken to Elmore but they did not have the necessary instruments so Dr. Sommers and Mr. Skaar took him to Rochester. He was on the operating table from eight o'clock until twelve and when unsuccessful attempts were made to get the kernel of corn they made an Incision In his throat to remove it. Mr. Skaar returned home Thursday morning and took Mrs. Skaar and son, Lonny Lee, up for the day, returning home on Thursday evening. They will keep Sidney there until all danger of complications are past The doctors proclaimed It the worse case of its kind in 20 years at the hoslptal. LAKOTA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OBSERVES 26TH ANNIVERSARY Ledyard Methodist Bazaar Nets $110 Ledyard: The M. E. Aid cleared between $110 and J115 at their bazaar and chicken supper Thursday night August Steinberg was In the city on Tuesday calling on relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carver BroadweQ of Mallard were visiting Thursday evening with the O. C. Sprout family. Geo. Hagge and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald attended a democratic rally at Algona Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henog received word Thursday of the death of a nephew, Aug. Fisch of Athelstane, WU. Mr. and Mn. Fisch were here only a month ago visiting relatives. Several ladles In the Ladle* farm bureau auxiliary presented** pl>r at the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meeting at Lakota on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Max Nltz and Mrs. Howard Jensen and family attended from here. Lakota: Lakota's Prebsyterian church observed the 60th anniversary of its founding Sunday with three services Included on a special program. Two former pastors were present, Rev.-Daniel Grleder of Austin, Texas, and Rev. O. H. Frerking, Lakota minister for 11 years, whose leaving for a new post directing the Bethany home was announced in the Upper Des Molnes last week. Rev. Grieders delivered the anniversary sermon at the morning service. During the afternoon a special service was presented by the students of the University of Du- bubuque with Rev. G. W. Ukena, of Jesup, Iowa, presiding. The sermon at the evening service was also given by Rev. Grleder. Others on the program were: Mrs. J. E. Ukena, Mrs. Charles Gutknecht, Norman Frerking, Mrs. Wade Ball, Rev. A. C. Kruse, Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, Calvin Ukena, Fern Lewis, and Virgil Smith, KRULLS, UTONKA, CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Lakotan's Father 10 DAY TIRE SALE Loses Arm Recently Lakota: Leo Klenltz, who is employed In the W. E. Gutknecht hard- war estore, was called to his father's hmte in Avoca, Wls., last week in response to a message saying his father, Fred Klenltz had one arm cut off close to the shoulder while working at earn shredding and, was In the hospital at New Richland, Wls. Mr. and Mrs. Kienitz and baby left at once and In a letter to the Gutknechts said his father would recover, but Mr. Kienitz, Jr., was stricken with an attack of appendicitis, but no further information has been received here as to his condition. PRICES THAH EVER BEFORE ON PULL- MORES — THE ORIGINAL MUD, SAND AND SNOW TIRE. YOUR OLD TIRES, RE. GARDLESS OF THEIR) CONDITION, ARE WORTH MONEY DUR. ING THIS SALE. The Pullmore tire Is the original and only tire which does not require chains in snow, sand, mud or rain. The tapered knobs clean themselves with every revolution of the wheel. Icing la Your Old Tlrtt end Yew Osly Have to Pay Thti» LOW PRICES 4.40-4.50. 4.75/21 . 5.98 4.75-5.00/19 $ 6.41 5.25/17 7.31 5.50/17 8.24 e.00/1* 9.29 6.50/1* 11.43 Lowtwt Price* in yearn Cbunge Ting* JOE BLOOM The Rev. Carl Hammer attended a district conference at Forest City Thursday. Irvin Koppen, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, east of town, was ill last week suffering with the flu. Sixteen members of the Commercial club held their meeting and en- Joyed their monthly dinner at the "Methodist church . dining room on Thursday evening. Mrs. Gallnow, who was seriously ill at her daughter's home west of town for the past ten days Is much improved, Mrs. Will Mabus is her daughter and Mrs. Gallnow makes her home there. Mrs. I. E. Wortman was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday afternoon. Following the business meet- Ing roll call was answered by current events. Mrs. H. H. Murray read a paper on Conservation of Home in Iowa and a short story, Thanksgiving Survey. A reading, The Night Before Thanksgiving", written by Sorah Orne Jewett was given by Mrs. Harry Warburton. At the next meeting November 17, Mfss Bonnatetter of Algona will talk on Conservation of Health in Iowa. Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. John Krull celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Wednesday, Nov. 2. At noon dinner was served to the Immediate family. The table decorations were gold and white. Fifty gold candles adorned the wedding cake. Their six children were in attendance. They were: Herman of Lakota, John of Stewarteville, Minn., CTaus of Titonka, Finn of Cylinder, Mrs. Charles Wandllng of Buffalo, Mo., and Mrs. Louis Huber of Titonka. The'Krulls were married In Adeline, HI., and came to Titonka 36 years ago. Open house for their friends was held from 2 to 4 p. m. . New Family In Tltonfcav Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher and family moved to Titonka from St Paul, where they have resided for the past year. Members of the Titonka Lutheran Ladies' Aid were hostesses to a chicken supper Saturday evening. A large crowd attended. The Tuesday bridge club met with Mrs. Carl Calllcs recently. High score was made by Mrs. Will Rfck- lefs, second high by Mrs. George Bonacker and low by Mrs. John Blelch. Guests were Mrs. Howard French. Mrs. H. I. Torgerson, Mrs. Lermand Intermlll and Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher. Farm Board Meeting Is Held at Lakota Lakota: The Farm Bureau board meeting was held at the Jerry Uk- enas last week Monday evening with the ladles as guests and about 40 attended. The women spent a social evening while Hie men discussed general business and planned for a membership drive. At the close of the meeting a supper of oyster stew, crackers, pickles, cake and coffee was served. Frank Wall from Franklin county was in attendance to help with the membership work. Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Ray Miller, Mrs. A. L. Brown and Mrs. Ruth Hicks, home demonstration agent, were hostesses for the supper. Attend Clinic Burt: Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle will go to Iowa City Wednesday, where they will visit their son, Dean. Dr. Clapsaddle will attend the annual clinic of the College of Medicine. Mrs. Clapsaddle will also visit her parents at Cedar Rapids. Rachel Clapsaddle, who la doing social service work at Knoxville, will also meet them there. Titonka Clubs Meet Titonka: The Titonka Woman's club met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Homer Downs. Mrs. Roy Budlong reviewed the book, "The Citadel" by Cronin. Armstrong High Ha« Masquerade Party Armstrong: A masquerade party at the high school was held Monday evening at the local gymnasium. Games were played after which a lunch of pumpkin pie and ice cream was served by a refreshment committee. Burt Church Has Anniversary Service Burt: The Lutheran church observed the ninth anniversary of the dedication of their church Sunday Nov. 6, with a special afternoon service at which Pastor Alfred Rehder delivered the sermon. BD. PROCEEDINGS Auditor's office Algona, Iowa October 20, 1938 10:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisor!) met at special session wJth all members prtia- cnt. • County Auditor wua directed to open un<j read all bids submitted tor lumber arid material for crib to be built at county farm. Motion by Morris and ut-roni] by truser that J. C. Wuwdsley, Irvlng- foB. be awarded tliu contract for lumber and material for crib to bo built at the county farm. Aycu: all. Motion by t'raaer and stcond by CoKifrove that M. L, Houey be given u refund of »a:;.n. This refund Is to correct eirror of double asa«uumviit ol farm bull.line's In irvlnKluii township, Ayt-s: all. (in motion board adjourned to call of the auditor. K. a. K1NSKV, ('ounty Auditor. ,«,.^ Wtto; 28 day*. Hote! Kannore, Wednesday forenoon, Nov. City, Hotel Cerro Oordo, Tuesday, Nov. 15Ui. Return ever> Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. ,«MH^. who has since 1907 treated Chrr The Regular ..m Reliable Chtcagc Disease Specialist sfsznf-r-*& —- —• treated Chronic, Nervous anif BPECI.UJ DISEASESof Man and Womuu ScicnUUciiUy, also PlwMec of the Eye. Ear, Nose, Threat, Lwaa, Heart, Blood, :ln. Nervous Debility, Nervoa, Llvtr, StoinacU, Iiitestlne*. u&ey0 v &utl ialaddct 1 . CotuauiupUoQ ici an etirly etage. of p, FISTULA, FISSURE an^^er Rectal Diseases Treated • •'. , _^., Surjrical CaBes Given Special Attcntic n,,«.-«n^ _. _.»,,_. F, ndatlOWM g^TRT FIRE THREATENS HEBRON TOP. FARM Hebron: Lars Egesdahl had a minor fire at his farm last Wednesday night which could have been more serious If it had not been discovered In time. Mr. Egesdahl had shelled corn, burned up the pile of husks and went to do his chores as he thought the flre was about all dead, when the wind began to blow and the flre caught in the wood pile. It had a good start when he noticed it With the help of a few neighbors, Mr. Egesdahl put it out In a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morehouse of Humboldt called at the Oscar Frandle home last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Nets Matheson Is staying at the home of her son, Selmer Matheson and assisting them with the work. Berdean and Thelma Frandle and Esther Anderson visited school in district one last Friday as they had no school in town, because of the institute in Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Matheson and Mr. and Mrs. O. Frandle visitel with the Selmer Mathesons Friday afternoon. Mrs. Beatrice Osland and Mrs. Julia KaJlestad left Monday morning for a trip to Grand Rapids, Minn., to visit an aunt of Mrs. Kallestad. They returned home the latter part of the week. Mrs. Henry Boettcb'er and Ronald of Crystal Lake attended the Ladles' Aid meeting of the Zlon church at Rake last Wednesday. Her sister, Mrs. OHn Larson, was one of the hostesses. Ronald remained at the Carl Matheson home for a longer visit St. Joe Woman Able To Leave Hospital St. Joe: Mrs. John B. Reding returned home Sunday after a week In the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. Kay Ann, three months old daughter of the Redlngn was being cared Mrs. Nick Altaian was confined to her bed last week. Anna Kayser was caring for her. Marclne for at the Nick Reding home In i Noonan attends to the household Whlttemore. I duties. Lakotan Recovering Lakota: Harry Atusman, who Is In the Buffalo Center hospital, is reported as gaining each day and although the gains are slow, his ultimate recovery is expected. Mrs. Mussman spends every day with him and he has a special nurse, a Miss Campbell from Elmore, caring for him. FARM SALE As we have sold our farm and are leaving; Iowa, will sell at public sale on farm half mile north and 80 rods west of Lone Rock, the following described property, on Thursday, Nov. 10 SALE TO BEGIN AT 12 NOON LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS Head of Horses colt One black mare, 12 yrs. old, wt. 1400, in foul, one bay mare 4 yrs. old, wt. 1500; one suckling 16 Head of Cattle 16 Five extra good Shorthorn and one Guernsey, all milk cows, bred to resrlfltere-l milkintr Shorthorn bull; 3 bred Shorthorn heifers; one bred Guernsey heifer. All good cattle. One young registered Shorthorn bull; 4 spring calves; one Guernsey calf. 49 Head of Hogs 49 Four purebred Poland China brood sows, with 31 pigs at side; 14 Chester White and Poland China feeder pigs, about ISO pounds each. 7 HEAD PUREBRED WHITE EMBDEN GEESE. Three 3-year old hen geese, and one extra fine gander from Imported parents; 3 young geese. SK HEAD BRONZE TURKEYS. 2 hens and four toms. 800 PUREBRED NEW HAMPSHIRE HENS AND PULLETS. lets starting to lay. ONE PEDIGREED WHITE COLLIE, female, natural heeler. Hamilton Hatchery flock. Pul- Farm Machinery and Household Goods Stoughton wagon, triple box; John Deere iron wheel truck wagon and rack; New Idea manure spreader; Hayes corn planter with 100 rods of wire; riding single-row cultivator; Deering S-ft mower; Emerson sulky plow; Moline gang plow; McCormlck dump rake; International 8-ft. disc; 4- sec. International drag; Hoosler endgate seeder; hand corn shelter; sweep feed grinder; feed cooker; tank heater; 2 sets breeching harness; DeLaval size 17 cream separator; Velle automobile, ft cylinders; 2 sets of hay slings; 110-ft new hay rope, %fnch; 2 brooder stoves; 10 tin brood, coops; water feeders; many other items. Two cribs, about 1600 bushels of new com; some alfalfa hay; 20 bushel* of Green Mountain potatoes. ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS— 3-plece brown taupe wool mohair overstuffed living room suit; 8-piece walnut dining suite; 3-piece hand decorated bedroom suite; drawers dustproof; 1037 floor model Zenith radio, can be used with battery or electricity; two 8 ft 3 In. by 10 ft 6 In. rugs; one 9 by 12 rug; South Bend kitchen range, cream, with polished steel trim, wonderful baker; 6-pce. breakfast set with extension table; solid oak library table; White Rotary sewing machine; odd chest of draws; chlffo-robe; 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen wall cabinet; 3-burner oil stove with separate oven; oil-buralng bridge lamp; singing canary; cage and stand; two 32 piece sets of dishes; kitchen and other table utensils; 2 canners with wire racks; fruit jars, jelly jars, and crocks; kitchen linoleum; 1C cream colored window shades with fringe; many other items too numerous to mention. FRANK R. KUHN TERMS— Cash, or see your banker. FLAIG & SLEPER, Auctioneers No goods removed until settled for. N. L. 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