The Algona Upper PesMoines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 29,1938 North East Kossuth News FUNERAL SERVICES HELD THURSDAY FOR LAKOTA LADY Mrs, T. C. Schaper Dies Last Tuesday at Home; ' Illness of Several years finds in Death Lakota: Funeral services for Mrs T. C. Schaper were held at the Methodist church here Thursday afternoon with the Rev. KL E. Harvey of Clarion In charge of services. The Rev. Harvey Is a former pastor of this church. Mesdameg Charles Eggerth and Harry Moe sang, "Shall We Gather at the River" "Somewhere the Sun Is Shining" and "Abide with Me." Pallbearers were Henry Patterson, tJbbe Dreaeman, Samuel Wartmrton, Alfred O'Keefe Otto Koppen and Hllmer Hanson. Mrs. Schaper was laid to rest In Maple Hill cemetery. She passed away at her home in Lakota last week Tuesday forenoon after several years' illness, but became worse two weeks ago. Martha Frances Schaper was born Dec. 24, 1874, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lester on a farm near Christian- berg, Virginia, and passed away on Wov, 22,1938, at the age. of 63 years. She came with her parents to Kossuth county in February, 1898, and on Dec. 1st of the same year was united in marriage to T. C. Schaper near Gemranla. They started housekeeping on a farm In Ramsey township. In 1904 they moved to Kansas where they stayed two years, then returned to Iowa, and after 16 years more farming at various places in Iowa and Minnesota, they settled in Lakota and 1920 and have since made this their home. No children were born to this union, but Mr. and Mrs. Schaper raised a niece, Dorothy Lester as their • own. Dorothys mother died when She was 9 months old. Mrs. Schaper leaves to mourn her departure, her husband, four brothers. Art and Clarence of Lakota, George of Woden and John of California, and one sister, Mrs. Ocie Akers of Davenport, and 11 nieces and six nephews, Three brothers and three sisters proceeded her in death. Her twin sister, Mary Hattle Reese passed away 40 years ago. Mrs. Schaper was baptized and united with the Methodist church in Virginia in 1896 and later had her membership transferred to the Lakota church. The niece Dorothy, who shared the Schaper home is now Mrs. Albert Rippentrop and they have two children and live oH the Schaper farm in German township. Several relatives surprised Mrs. Fred Mabus last week Sunday by dropping in to help her celebrate her birthday. The Samuel Warburtons, the Harry Warburtons, Lakota, the F. O. Torlnes, Algona, and the Rev. H. E. Harveys, Clarion, were Thanksgiving guests at the J. H. Warburtons. Mr. and Mm. Chris Jensen, of Walker, Minn., are spending a week at the A. D. Austins. They are the parents of Mrs. Austin and later will come here to spend most of the winter with the Austins. Among visitors at Mrs. Minnie Many Gerled-People Entertain, Visit On Thanksgiving Holiday Gerled: The D. O. Frlets family spent Thanksgiving day at the new home of the Carl Frlets In Minnesota. Carl is a brother of D. O. Frlets and was recently married. The Olson sisters 'drove down from St. Paul to spend the day Thursday at the home of the Olsons here. The twin daughters of Lawrence .Maynes of Ledyard were visitors at the Frank Kelly home Saturday and Monday. The Frank Kellys had as Thanksgiving guests the Howard Mayne family of Ledyard and also James Logan and Evelyn Mayne of Mason City. Mrs. Finn ate her turkey at the home of her son-in-law, Albert Friets, at Elmore. The star carriers were permitted to return at once upon reaching the end of the routes, so all six mails were cared for before noon, which made It /possible to close the post office at noon. 40 Women Attend Aid Meeting at Lakota Lakota: Mesdames Delia Smith, Alton Anderson, Edgar Inlay and George Altizer entertained 40 women at the church last week Tuesday for the social meeting of the Methodist Aid. A short business meeting was held and lunch was served. Lakota Cagers Win Lakota: Lakota's high school boys and girls basketball teams played Grant at the Grant school and both teams again won, the boys 2 to 13 and the girls 18 to 16. This is good work for Lakota teams. Let It continue. Will Leave Lakota Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brand, who have owned and operated the oil station on the junction of No. 8 and 250, north of Lakota, are moving away having sold the station to Harold Godfredson of Wnlnebago, Minn., who took possession Nov. 25. The Brands are undecided where they will make their home. A farewell party was held at the Adolph Poppe home last week Monday evening In honor of the Brands. The evening was spent playing 500 Titonka Bridge Clubs Titonka:, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sathoff entertained their dinner-bridge club Monday evening. Edward Boyken and Mrs. Dunmire received high couple score and fir. and Mrs. Torgersen second high. Edward Boyken was a guest Heetlands recently were Mrs. T. E. Daiiey, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heetland, Renwick, The H. Boekel- mans, Titonka. Mrs. Heetland is confined to her home and enjoys visitors. The W. E. Leys and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bert Ley of Los Angeles, Calif., spent Thanksgiving at the Albert Smiths in Kort Dodge. The H Bert Leys left Fort Dodge Friday morning for home via the southern route. TITONKA FAMILIES OBSERVE HOLIDAY Tltonka: Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callles and children visited Thursday and Friday at the home of Mrs. Callles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roelfsema. Dorothy Peterson, Arthur Boyken and Clark Miller, students at Iowa State College, Ames, visited from Thursday until Sunday with home folks. Miss Feme Krantz, music Instructor at Redfield, Iowa, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French, accompanied by their son, Russell, motored to Columbia, Mo., to spend Thanksgiving with their daughter, Jean, who is a student at Stevens College. Mrs. Harry Beed entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. The high score was made by Mrs. Homer Downs and low by Mrs. Pierre Sartor. Guests were Mrs. Miller Nelson, Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Mrs. George Bonacker and Mrs. Wm. RIcklefs. SUSIE —by Edith Swanson cee.i WISH I MAD A -ONDTMEM V«ttl> cer SOME Exclusively each week In The Algona Upper Des'Molnes COME TO THINK OF If, WHEN MAMA W&& KNITTING TODAY — eosti wroD tut to un _-- stcHiajm *nfai. SSS' A -i HCAm> Men SAY sue- DROPPED A STITCH ~^B?cfi ov onnneu. MM.ltbfiH , -flNO 11= WB CAN ONLY FIND IT, I'M ALMOST .SURei 5Me't <rtve U4 Pi NICKEC. FEATURES,INC. CHICAGO Hebron Man Kicked By Horse; Neighbors Help Pick His Corn Hebron: Selma Matheson is Improving after his accident by being kicked by a horse last Tuesday. On Wednesday a group of his neighbors and relatives went over and helped him get his corn picked. It did not take them long to complete the job. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale spent last Thursday at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin visited Wednesday night at the Lloyd Loges near Bricelyn. Oscar Frandle drove to Humboldt last Wednesday afternoon and attended a seed corn meeting. Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent the Thanksgiving holiday with her son, Oscar Frandle and family. Miss Johanna Osland moved to Rake last Thursday. She rented two rooms from Mrs. Pauline Johnson. Madonna Thompson has been on the sick list a few days and had to miss school, but is now Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and family were dinner guests at the Howard Anderson home at Elmore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge of near Brlcelyn, formerly of Hebron township, are the parents of e baby girl. This Is their second child. Oscar Frandle assisted Roy Lel- brandt with laying floor In his new barn, which he Is building after the other one burned from light' ning a few weeks ago. Mrs. Beatrice Osland and Mrs j .fulla Kallcstad returned home lasl I Tuesday evening from a two weeks I trip in northern Minnesota. There ! was so much snow up there ihat it I was difficult for them to start back, Public Sale Having decided to move to town, I am selling the folloing real property on the farm 4 miles west, 1 mile south of Algona, 2 miles south of paving, on THURS. DEC. 8 2 Head of Horses 2 One Pereberon gelding, 4 yrs. old, wt. about 3000, well broke; one Per- cheron mare, 11 yrs. ok!, wt. about 1500, bred July 5th. 4 Head of Feeder Pigs 4 Farm Machinery One International corn planter, 4 yrs. old, 1 McComiiek-Deemi.g manure spreader in good condition, 1 Rock Island sulky plow, 16-inch, has* plowed about 200 acres, 1 wagon mid box, 1 low miming gear, 1 drag cart in new condition, 1 disc, 8-ft. in nearly new condition, 1 single row cultivator, 1 walking plow, 1 set of harness, good shape, new lines, 2 horse collars, one 22 in., one adjustable, brooder stove, 2 incubators, 2 Ijirge stone jars, some fruit jars and other ai'ticles too numerous to mention. TERMS— Canh, or U time I* desired, »ee Uie clerk before the wile or at tile sale,' No property to be removed until nettled for. Iowa State Bank. Algona, Clerk Mrs. Thomas Metcalf Lou Materu, Auctioneer. Construction On New Town Hall, Ledyard, Begins Ledyard: John Holcomb purchased the old town hall and started moving it out to his farm Monday. They have the new town hail marked and started digging on it Tuesday. Geo. Peterson, construction contractor of Clear Lake has the contract. Mrs. Raymond Barslou entertained a few ladies at a quilting party at her hotne Friday afternoon. Connie Albright, who was taken 111 at her home several weeks ago, was taken to the Algona General hospital, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and family were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the parental Wm. Schadendorf home at Lakota. The L. A. Barslous entertained the Chas Fox family of Bancroft, Howard Morton family and Raymond Barslou family at Thanksgiving dinner. The junior class is going to present a comedy-drama "The Road Back" in three acts on Thursday evening, Dec. 1 at eight p. m. In the high school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burke and family of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Frye and family of Lakota were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of the John Frandles. Mrs. George Thompson drove to Algona on Saturday afternoon taking several ladles down to see Mrs. Elvln Carpenter and new baby, John David, at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and family and Mae Nltz family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and Joyce and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nltz were the Thanksgiving day dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a Mason reunion at Charles City on Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs. Thompson's brother, the E. H. Masons. They returned home in time for the boys' basketball game at Armstrong. Beverly Bashara celebrated her fifth birthday on Tuesday when four of her little friends, Jimmy McDonald, John and Jay Don Knoner and Joyce Nitz enjoyed a birthday party at her home. Games were played and lunch Was served by her mother. Adrian Hauskin of Hebron Receives Burns Hebron: Adrian Hauskin had the misfortune to burn his right hand with hot tar while he was helping his brother, Maynard with putting tar on the roof of his new house last Thursday. Rake Declam Contest Hebron: The declamatory contest was held at the Rnke high school recently and a fine crowd came out. Li la Michaelaon won first in humorous, Stella Howe first in dramatic, and Norris Erdahl in oratorical. Leaves Hebron Hebron: W. B. Yahnke held a sale on his machinery and live stock last Tuesday at the farm where he has lived for thu past four years. Due to ill health he has bought a small farm near Elmore where he will move soon. He purchased a new car the fore part of the week. St. Benedict News Regina Froehlich was a caller at the Ben Doerrs Thanksgiving. Miss Roslee Dorr of Mason City is spending Thanksgiving vacation at her home here. Otto Harfg and son from Aiden, Minn., are spending a few days here with the Chas. Stufflicks. The Frank Youngwirths and Joe Wllger were at the McKenna home Friday night for an oyster stew. Frank Grandjennett of Armstrong and his sisters, Regina, Cecelia and ' ier husband from Milwaukee were it the Leo Ludwigs for Thanksgiv- ' mg dinner and supper at the Greg Studers. j Mr. and Mrs. E. Karabek of Cresco, newlyweds of the past week, spent Sunday with Mrs. Karabek's lunt, Sister Mary Carmelita at St. Benedict. They were accompanied >y Mrs. Karabeks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilbert and her brother, Billy of North Washington. The alter part of the week Sister Carnelita went to Cresco to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. NEWS Thanksgiving day guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman were Mr. and Mi's. Herman Lyons ind two children of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain and three children of Sexton. Miss June Adel Kunz, a student at the St. Francis Academy of St. 'aul spent Thanksgiving with her >arenta Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz. Funior Kunz of Iowa City also was lome over Thanksgiving. Miss Mary Cecelia Wingert. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert and Miss Rita Studer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer, students at Mankuto. spent Thanksgiving at their respective lomeu. Mrs. Lad Root entertained the members of her afternoon bridge club Tuesday. Mrs. Leo Bleich won first prize and Mrs. Ralph Bauer won second prize. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer will entertain the club on Thursday, Dec. 8. TWENTY YEARS AGO William Clear?, one of Kossuth county's pioneers, had passed away following a stroke of paralysis. • * • A. M. Jaaperson had gone to Omaha to purchase a carload of sheep. • • « In an interview with several of our M. D.'s it was learned that they had all agreed the Influenza was of the most virulent form to have ever struck this country and was extremely contagious. Six deaths had been reported In this vicinity during a week. Mrs. Gordon Jergenson, Mrs. Ralph Snipler, George Shepherd, Louis Lavrenz, John Roth, Jr., and John Roth, Sr. had died. • • • One hundred and forty dollars had been cabled to Miss Delia Darling, nurse at Bordeaux, France, to be used in buying sweets and smokes for the sick and wounded soldiers in the hospital. • * * The United War Fond campaign had not closed in Kossuth county and the final reports could not be made. Practically every township but two in the county had gone over the top, and the committees were still pounding away and did not propose to let up until every person had subscribed his quota. * * * Algona was to have a big Red Cross meeting when the reorganization of the several chapters In Kossuth county were to be effected. • * » The last word from Dr. L. W. Fox who was in the army at Petersburg Virginia, was that he was leaving for France. • * » A. L. Peterson had gone home HI with the Influenza, and was confined to his bed. • • » Barber Esser's new bungalow wan rapidly nearing completion. • * • Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lathrop had entertained the "500" club at dinner. * * • ' Abnor Long's fine new home on South Minnesota street was about ready for occupancy. It was one of the splendid new Algona modern homes. * * * Glen Raney had arrived home on a 30-day furlough which he was to spend with his parents and friends. He had been stationed at Newport News, where he was a member of the navy orchestra. « • * Mell Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, was taken III with scarlet fever. * * * A local Red Cross committee had been appointed to look after any Algona Influenza victims, who migiu need assistance. The committee named for this work was M. P. Haggard, C. O. Simpson and Mrs. L. T. Benjamin. • * * Over at West Bend some sneak thief had taken advantage of the excitement of the celebration of peace and stolen 150 chickens from the hen house of Mrs. Capeslus, an estimable widow lady. Vengeance was promised the thief should he be discovered. TEN YEARS AGO Mrs. T. W. Roblson had paused away at her home on North Hall street after an Illness of several years. * • • County Clerk-elect Clark Orton and family were moving down from Burt and had rented the Will Stewart house on North Thorington street, owned by M. J. Jones. * * 9 Lola Scuifham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Scuffham of Plum Creek township, had been awarded the honor of holding the best four year home economics club record in the state. The award was railroad fare to and from Chicago to attend the National club congress which was held there in connection with the International Stock show from December first to eighth. Hnvc-nnn KnnoufT, dntighfor of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Kanouff, was united In marriage November 4, to E. E. Van Houten of Chicago, it was announced. * * * Meeting In the city library at one o'clock, managers, officers, directors, stockholders and patrons of »he farmers elevators were to have an opportunity of learning many valuable pointers regarding business methods as applied to farmers' elevators. * * * Giro Jenkinson, who lived on the old home place, had more honey than he could eat for a long time. For some time he knew that a swarm of bees had located In the front porch of his home and the bees had bothered the family more or less. He took up a board and saw a quantity of honey. With help he got busy and took out over 300 pounds of good honey. * * • Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer had gone to Iowa City to attend the dedication of the new hospital building, which had been completed. * * • Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Potter had returned home after visiting their son, Dr. L. R, Potter, and family in Emmetsburg. * * • Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shumway had returned home from Sutherland, Iowa, where they had visited Mr. Shumwny's mother for a few days. » « • Irma Grelncr was the stenographer at the Harrington & Dickinson office. Miss Grelner, who was a sister of Miss Alma Greiner, deputy clerk, took the place of Miss Bessie Hopkins, who had resigned to go to California. Miss Hopkins was supplying at the office during the absence of Miss Mary Mitchell. * » » Mrs. H. A. Lewis and Mr*. J. R. Mawdsley had returned home from Columbia, Missouri, where they had visitrd their daughters, who w»ro students at Stephen's College. Ell» Lewis was taking her second year's work at the school, and Erma was a freshman. Both Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Mawdaley had been very favorably impressed with the school. .Tame* Allen wan In the hospital recovering from an operation for appendicitis which had occurred November 14. # » + 3. A. Brownell had gone to Chicago on business. He also had expected to visit his son, Clarence, who lived at Peoria, 111. Many times In this column I have pleaded for sane and sensible enforcement of traffic laws. We must have officers on our highways and streets to properly enforce the regulations pertaining to driving. More, we must have judges In our courts who can appreciate the danger Involved when people become reckless in their driving habits. Recently, in my own county, two cases of drunken driving were dismissed by the court This is not only discouraging, but it Is a deplorable condition and one that should not exist. When the evidence clearly points to the fact that drivers were picked up because of drunken, reckless driving and that the officers were unbiased in their opinion, the court should enforce the laws on the statute books. It Is the duty of every citizen to protest lenient decisions on the enforcement problem. Leniency only encourages the man who has no respect for the rights of others and who, on the highway. Is a menace to the safety of ourselves and our children. Please, Mr. Citizen, help enforce the traffic laws. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker and Sheryl of Algona visited at the Art Heidenwlth home Wednesday afternoon. Having rented my fann, I will offer at public sale on the j.laee 2 miles north and one-half mile west 4 niilp^T! Yo •? WJlltI ? lflllf J 2 ^8 cast of Algona; 12 miles north and 2 miles east of Humboldt; 4 miles east and 2 miles north of Bode; 6 miles west and 1 mile .south of LuVerne on THURS. DEC. 1ST Commencing immediately after the noon lunch,the following described property: 7 Seven Head of Horses 7 ' f * *3X l iY 1 ° ai i 1 BeIdill K 8 ' 9 ail(l 10 y L '«i-« old, weight 3200 ])ouuds; 2 bay mares 12 and 13 it JUUO ]|>s. ; bay mare and sorrel gelding coming 2 and 3years; and one suckling colt Thirty-One Head of Cattle Consisting of 4 milk t.-ttes; f). yearling ilk cows (2 white face and 2 roans ) milking now ; 5 white-face feeder cc (8 heifers and 1 steer) ; 2 white- face yearling Hereford bulls; and 7 s eows; 4 Heifer- summer calves Seventeen Head of Feeder Pigs . & Farm Machinery sets lunhar ~ new rack; 1 King & Hamilton elevator; one 24-ft. barrow; 1 •sled; 1 John Deere hand corn sheller; one 2% h. p. gas engine and ness; 2 sets leather fly nets; 3 hay slings; 2 brooder stoves; 1 Anker-ijoJt cre-mi ^.,- i ,",f, ,. v, in ...:,. i- « -i, , T ' ,. ' ij«'ii < jfuiii ocpaiarot .NO. lu: 1 swill cart and many other .small items. Also 100 White fiiant Chi.-kens. Lunch Wagon on Grounds TERMS OF settled for. 1 dehorning ,-hpper 1 SALE-Cash or make arrangements with the clerk. No property to be removed until S. H. Fuhrmann, Prop. C'olwell Bros., Auctioneers Livermore State Bank, Clerk.
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