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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 8,1934 LAST SERVICES FOR JOHN SPILLES OF WHITTCMORE LAST THURSDAY Many Pay Tribute to Resident Who Game Here 63 Tears Ago Funeral services for _ i»- «-^ J wcre hew Thursday morn- 25 ** »:30 »om St. Michael's church. Fattier Veit smid the requiem maw. Mr with asthma and other cotnplie- 8. He wsa only considered serl- <wMy Ml about three days before he John Spilles was born at Befort, Luxemburg. He came to this country when quite young and settled In Missouri. He came here 63 years ago, and farmed for a time and later con- dntted the hotel. On October 3, 1888, J» waa married to Gertrude Frombach lu Algona, who survives him. To this union three children were born, all of whom survive. Thfiy ftn> Prank of Wew Hampton, Leo of Algona and Mrs. Anna Polrot of Whittemore. The pall bearers were H. W. Geelan, Jas. Geedan, F. j. Roohford, J. M, Fleming, T. J. Kelly and J. S. Cullen. Mr. spilles was a loving and kind husband and father and will be greatly missed by his Immediate family and friends. Friends of Mrs. Spilles and family offer them their sincere sympathy. The relatives and frlenhs here to attend the services were. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles and son of New Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton of Algona, Mrs. John Esser and son, Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer of Cylinder, Frank Frombach of Emmetsburg, Walter Kteinfehn of New Hampton, John Frlders, Matt and John Faber of Bode Theo. Paber of West Bend,' Mr. and Mr jj John Walker, Joe Knoer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ertcksop of Rodman, John Den!nger of West Ber.d, Mr and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohl- naas and Mrs. Jos Kelly of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Bispnlus were in Algona Saturday. Margaret Quinn was In town Thursday on business. Andrew S. Elbert was in Algona on Wednesday attending to business. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery were in Fort Dodge on business Friday. Peter O'Brien of Emmetsburg visited Saturday with Mr. and Mfrs. S. J Hayes. Augusta Haag. Rosella and Raymond Neu and Ed Heller were in Spencer Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dalley of Algona were visiting relatives in Whittemore Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Maa'r.3 are the parents of a baby eirl born on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller of Royal ..spent the week end visiting Mrs. Irene Rooney. H, W, POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Krwry load Insured against low or damage. Equipped to do an kinds of draying and hauling. n-tf &«a»»ia«a»e^^ Alro K'tcKervett* Aptj. <v- month Catherine Strelt of Algona spent the week end visiting her aunt, Mrs. Maurice Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droessler of Bancroft visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner Monday. Helen and Leona McMahon of Algona spent Sunday visiting then- friends Alice and Frances Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. Nortert Hllbert of St. Benedict visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roman Elsenbacher. a. 8. Elbert, Jim Blsenlus, Will Fandel and Tom Ford attended a hone sale in Spencer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ludwlg and baby of Algona were dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Josephine Haag. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennen and son Joe of Emmetsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rochford and family spent Sunday visiting Mr. Rochford's parents at New Hampton. Mrs 0flMiertae O'Brien and daughters, Lucille and Catherine visited with Mrs. Bert McMahon north of Algona, Sunday. Marvel Elbert taught Thursday and Friday for Mrs. Earl Elbert as the Elberts were moving to their farm east of town. E. G. Stenstrom of Swea City and Art Bendow of Eldora, are the new employees In the Andrew S. Elberts harness shop. Mrs. E. C. Wltham Is ill with pneumonia and> pleurisy. She is at the McCreery hospital. Patricia Weir, R. N,. is her nurse. Margaret Ann Laubenthal, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Laubenthal of Emmetsburg visited a few days with her aunt, Mrs. John Blsenius. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Elsenbacher are the parents of a baby boy born Thursday. They have a family of two boys and one girl. Ray L. Burdlne and Billy Hlggins were in Ames Friday attending an editor's convention. (Editor's Note—How was it, Ray? Mrs. Pauline Miller, Kathryn Ha ag and Mrs. Joe Faber attended the funeral of Mrs. Otto Bonnstetter at West Bend Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelab akid son, James Henry, visited Mrs. Geelan's folks. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz in Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emrnett Jackman of Aigona have moved into rooms in the Higgins building. Mr. Jackman Is employed in the Zumach meat and grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Van Dusseldorf have moved here from Knnawha. Mr. Van Dusseldorf is employed in the Zumach More. They are living in Eischeid's apartments. Mr. and Mrs Carl Hanson and family moved to Eniinetsburnr the first of Titoiika Woman's Ice Cream Recipe Is a Prize Winner TJtonka: Mrs. Cbbe Winter was one of three women from Iowa winning a prize in the state wide recipe contest conducted by the Des Moines Register. Her prize was the winnnlg recipe for ice cream. (Editor's note—why didn't our correspondent get the recipe?) Miss Delma Henderson spent the week end at her home in Scranton. Miss Magdalene Sartor teaching at Magnolia, WM home over the week end. Miss Ruth Maybetry was a week end guest of Miss Loretta Larson at her home in Burt. Raymond Ricklefs was on the sick list the first part of last week with an attack of appendicitis. Mrs. H. A. French spent the day and evening Wednesday visiting friends and relatives at Algona. Friday morning Herman Mechler had a stroke of apoplexy and at the last reports was very low. Howard French, attended the lumbermen's convention at Des Moines for several days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ricklefs attended the Joint Legion Auxiliary meeting held at Swea City last Tuesday night Eddie Saathoff was on the sick list the past week having blood poisoning in his leg. He is now doing nicely. Fred Wentz moved his shoe repair shop into the building which is known as the Jennings cream station, last week. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker and Miss Ida Sachau spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard at Burt. Frank Fisher moved Monday Into the house vacated by Art Falk. Al Young moved into the Rlke residence vacated by Frank Fisher. Art Falks moved their household goods to Algona March 4th where Mr. Falk has a position with the Inter- tlonal Harvester Co. Several friends and relatives helped Julia Nelson enjoy her birthday. Among those present were Mrs. Gilbert Nelson of Burt and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard. Rev. Schoenlein drove to Ames on Tuesday morning to bring Mrs. Schoenlein home who had been visiting the past week with her daughters and tiheir families. Mrs. Roy Budlong was a patient at the Algona hospital a few days the past week. She is now home but will have to go back In a couple of weeks for more treatments. At the community party sponsored by the Odd Fellows Tuesday night those receiving high scores were as follows: at five hundred, Mrs. Frank Fisher; wear, nick Sleopcr and at bridge, Mrs. II. I. Torgeriou. Mrs. Stephen DeVrics gave a reading Monday nt the Eastern Star school of WESLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTES MONDAY, MAR, 12 To Name Two Directors and Treasurer at Annual Election Wesley: The annual meeting of the school district of Wesley will be held next Monday an the town hall. One director will be elected for a term of three years to succeed H. J. Sherman, one for two years to succeed Tom E. Nelson to fin vacancy). A treasurer will be elected for two years to succeed Ihno A. Oerdes. H. M. Hanson has been filling the vacancy caused by the moving away of Mr. Nelson. No extra tickets have been filed, and the eleetSon will perhaps pass off smoothly. the week whers Mr Hanson is cm- I '"Auction held at Hurt. From there | Mrs. Mary Goetz. v*l n .. n ,l i_ *t TO_~_«,.~. ~ 1 ' Mie ICIL fOr- SftTlDOlT), WllP.rp Rnf* lia. 1 ? 1 **_.. Ttr.« TT... Basketeers Go to Finals The hlfjh dohool basketball boys' team ended their seoson Saturday night In the finals of the sectional tournament held at Garner. Meeting Corwith In the flal game of the tounra- ment. .the Wesley team was decidely outclassed In the last half. The game started out to be a thriller but toward the end of the second quarter the Corwith boys forged ahead and the hajf ended 20 to 13 In their favor. The final score was 37 to 24. John Proehllch submitted to a minor operation at the Mercy hospital last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hautpmann are spending a several weeks' vacation tour- Ing in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wellik were the guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Malecek. The John Hllbert family have leased the farm vacated by the J. L. Stud- ers and took possession last week. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Meurer and two children were guesta Sunday at the A. M. Lemke home near Irvington. The election of a mayor, five coun- cllmen, a treasurer and an assessor will be held at the town, hall Monday, March 26th. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gibson and family of Bancroft were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gibson. Miss Knthryn Cruise has Rcccpted a position as office, nsisstant at, the Dr. \j. Pfeffer dontnl parlors and began her duties Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergcson and their daughter, Shirley of Ossinn spent a day or so at the home of her parents, Mier Wm. Hutchinsons. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Goetz and Mr. nnrt Mrs. Henry Gor-lz <verc guests on Sunday at the home of their mother, ployed in the meat market. Freeman grocery and . . . | Mrs. Wm. Hauntly returned home been coaching the past wrek with the j vttc.ncsday frnn the hospl'.al In Ma- declamatory contestants. Mrs. Do Vries Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaudt, Mr. and returned home Thursday night. Mrs. Herman Vaudt returned home from Waterloo, Illinois, where they were called by the serious Ubuen and death Of Mi*. J. H. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hockenberry, Velma Mae and son. Homer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert; Fionell. Homer took first place last Saturday In a contest. He played an oboe. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Datley visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery at Fonda. It will be remembered that Mrs. McCreery broke her hip here some time ago and she la getting along very well. Lydla Meyer entertained the girls' basketball team at her home Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner. In addition to the team were Prof, pud Mrs. F. J. Rochford, Misses Lynch, Llndstrom and Emanuel as guest*. A number of the ladies surprised Mrs. Harvey Dalley Saturday. It being her birthday. Those present were Mes- damea Martin Duffy, Sr, Mary Erue, J. Fisch, Martin Elacheld, Mike Koppen. The ladles brought covered baskets and lunch was served. Kathleen Holtzbauer and Eileen O'Brien entertained two tables of cards Sunday evening at Algona. Those tram here to attend were Edmund O'Brien, Pat Murphy, Paul Nellis, Herman KoUasch, Camilla Walker of Algona also attended. A waffle lunch was served. Some of the many families moving on March 1st are as follows: The Robert Moorea , into Sftie Amoa Kromlnga residence, Fred Wentz into the John Swalve house, R. Kromlnga into the Nathan Walsh house; Henry Butler farmer south of town moved to Algona: Horald De Piw moved onto the farm vacated by Mr. Butler; Earl Stott and family moved In with John Pink, his father-in-law, and Wm. Schutjer moved onto the Pannkuk farm vacated by Mr. Stott. The world stocks of wheat available for export on Jan. 1 this year were estimated to be 175 million bushels less than a year ago. FREE FREE One 8 qt. aluminum tea kettle One 1% Qt. aluminum double boiler One 6 cup aluminum Dripolator One 8 qt. aluminum preserving kettle One 8 qt. aluminum convex kettle With Every Globe Range Purchased During I The Month of March If you are going to need a range in the near future this will give you an opportunity to get this beautiful set of aluminum absolutely FREE. If you do not want your range until later, a small deposit on same will protect you on price, and will also entitle you to the free goods. Come and see the World's Most Beautiful Range and let us tell you of its many advantages. Nelson Hardware ALOONA,IOWA. Lenten devotions were changed from Friday till Wednesday this week. Matt Becker and Harold Priders of Burt were callers In this vicinity on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bertc of Algona were visitors in this vicinity on Monday morning. The Nick Thllges family are the possessors of a new Chevrolet sedan purchased last week. Marianne Devlne helped the Jack Devines last week get settled In their new home near Garner. Tony Weydert spent last week in Algona whore he was employed at the Chas. Hoffman oil station. Quite a number of men from here atitended the John Schumacher sale near Bancroft last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding were visitors Friday afternoon at thja Nick Reding home near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and Anna Kayser were callers at the Nick Elschen home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Nielsen of near Bradgate spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Win. Hammer home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and their children were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sheplee and Kenneth of Huntley, Minn., spent Sunday visiting at the J. B. McNeil home. Peter Thllges accompanied Charles Hoffman of Algona to Dubuque last week to visit wltfti relatives several days. Mr .and Mrs. Martin Wabba from near St. Benedict were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Anton Becker dome. Matt Faber and Jdhn Friders attended the funeral of John Spilles at St. Michael's church In Whittemore on Thursday. Maxlne Devlne, teacher In the Jack Devlne school, is staying at the Ray Fitch home until the Bernard DQ- vines get settled. Gerald Kirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch, spent ifce past week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, Sr. Mrs. A. L. SchilU and son, Lawrence of Bancroft and Mrs. Joseph Thilges of Whittemore were Friday visitors at 4he Mrs. Lucy Wagner home. Announcement was made Sunday by Father George Theobald that thirteen Hours' devottoos will be held Tuesday March ISth, in St. Joseph'* church. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer and Mrs. M. Hanttan and grand- Tfoomas wWe Bundw Mf™>f guests at the Mrs. John Lantacfa home. Mr. and Mr*. Jack Derine from near a*n*r wew caUew in this vicinity on Sunday. Tt*fr daughter. Helen. V- m*lned at the Bernard Define h""w Jrtwre sb» wfll finish, her scfaool yew ton City who -c she cubmittei to tr?at- n'"nts for a work o: longer. Mrs. John Hutchison visited from Friday until Sunday with her friend, Miss Valera Mayer at Mason Otiy. John drove down for her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno A. Ge'.-dcs and two daughters drove to Fort Dodgi on Saturday where they spent Che day visiting her aunt, Mrs. Julia Nelson. Will Ward was confined to his home the past week with a severe case of quinsy. His brother. Otto, substituted for him on the tank wagon for the K. & H. Oil Co. The Tom Nelson family of Clear Lake and -W. M. Mance of Britt were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Nelson. Mr. Mance is a brother of Mrs. Nelson. The Odd Fellow lodge members of Wesley are sponsoring a dance at their hall Friday evening of this week. Music will be furnished by F. A. Dlek- mann and accompanist. Tile John Mulllns fi'.u'ly of Corwith moved Inst week to '.h". farm vacated by Mrs. Charles Downs and Edward, who moved onto the farm vacated by the George Hirner family. Miss Betty Wirth, daughter of Peter Wirth of Gilbert, has been visiting for several weeks in the homes of her aunts, the Mrs. George and Ed Hlld- man, and Mrs. Will Foertsch. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade and son have moved to the farm formerly occupied by the Walter Wards. Th* James Coady family are renting the farm vacated by the Henry Baades Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hanson axe the proud parents of a baby boy born, to them Saturday morning at the Kossuth hospital. The Hansons adopted a little girl when two weeks old, a year ago. The American Legion, Auxiliary of Andrews Post No. 428 are sponsoring a food and bake sale Saturday. March 10th at the Frank Kouba meat market, between the hours of eleven and three o'clock. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter drove to Wesa Bend last Tuesday where In the afternoon they attended the fun- ral of Dr. Bonnstetter's sister-In-law, Mrs. iOtto Bonnetetter;, held at tile Methodtati church at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence See feld moved their farm and and household goods o the farm formerly occupied by the Iowa's Largest Display of HARNESS Leadership in Values Brings Leadership In Sales YES— STRUBE of Estherville Is the Man "Who Bella Harness" Look over the display and you'll understand why farmer* are driving miles to supply their harness needs. Stew Farmer* Value WU1 Bmj Oome up and aee us, tome time. LCStrube Company 7-W Oreln family. fcld and bride are living on the farm vacated by thp Clarenoe Seefcld family. Thomas A. McMfchon. local mortician attended a district meeting of undertakers at the Algona Hotel last week. Officers for the coming year elected Included W. O. McCullough of Alftona. president and Thomas A. McMahon of Wesley, secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meuhe have accepted employment as helpers on the Roy Wiseman farm and last week moved with the Wiseman family to a farm » few miles north of their farm which this year win be tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ooet«. An Institute of religious training will be held at the Baptist church at Bancroft Friday morning beginning at nine o'clock. Rev. McNulty and wife together with several other faithful and interested Sunday School workers from this community plan to attend. Mrs. Bertha S. Looft, Marparet and Johnctte, spent Saturday at the Peter Looft home at Bancroft, and the Henry Looft home at Soneca, and during the day took occasion to drlvr on to Swca City where they mndc> the acquaintance of the new boy, Dennis Kny, at ,(!he Fred Looft home. The Doan church school, with Miss Ludwlg of West Bend as teacher, reopened Monday morning following a week's shut down on account of scnr- let fever in the neighborhood. Thoi Oscar Anderson and Ross Bufflngton homes were placed under quarantine for the fever the past week. The Ralph Flehler family are moving their huosehold goods from the Mrs. Ruth B. Kunz house to the Tom Nelson residence this week Thursday. Th? W. A. Fischer family, who occupied the Nelson house moved last week to the Mrs. John Hildmann house which was vacated by the Mrs. Lucy Fox family. Bible study was held Monday night at the Methodist church Instead of Tuesday evening no account of the high school operetta given at the hall. The Women's Foreign Missionary society was held Friday afternoon at the Mrs. Raymond Hanson home with Mrs. Lawrence Hanson leading the lesson and devotlonals. The local American Legion Auxiliary unit are sponsoring the vaccination for small pox of school children in, both the pubic and parochial schools in Wesley this week. A charge of fifty cents per child will be made. Dr. Adams, assisted by two or three Auxiliary members will be at both school buildings Friday, beginning at nine o'clock In the morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Martlnck celebrated their fifteenth weddlnp anniversary last week Monday and took occasion to invite in n croup of their friends who pleasantly spoilt the evening playing five hundred. The host- C.SK served a very delicious lunch nnd toll parMcipants left with hearty con- ratulutioas and, wishes for many more happy wedding anniversaries. Members and friends of the Methodist Ladies' Aid are invited to attend regular aid meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Welter next week Wednesday when tho officers will bo Joint hostesses. Mrs. Dawson Is president; Mrs. Welter, vice president; Mrs. Mullln. secretary, nnd Mrs. A. M. Lease, treasurer. The officers ask that each member and friend bring several ten, towels which can be hemmed and placed on the supply shelf at the Church basement for use at church suppers, etc. CORRECTION The Wesley correspondent wishes to correct a statement In regard to the mnnniromont of the Wesley elevator which several weeks ago stated that, Ed I/ofblg wms the manager. This should have read Ed Hildmann as Mr. Lorbig Is assistant manager. Mr. Hildmann has been the very efficient manager for the past several years and is being retained as such. A six per cent dividend on stock and a two and a half per cent patronage dividend was declared at their annual meeting held Monday, February 5th. Legion Auxiliary News All the eight units of the American Legion Auxiliary in the county of Kossuth have received their poppy shipments from Antone Sorenson of Ttton- k», the dsabled World War veteran who this winter has been busy making the pretty red flowers to be sold shortly before Memorial Day in every city town and 'hamlet In the United States The funds will be used solely for welfare work. Mr. Sorenson supplied all the poppies for the units of Kossuth county, who by the way was the first county In the state of Iowa to receive their shipments. For his compensation hf rero<T-«"> one cent n flower for their construction, and this has meant so much to the Sorenson family for their upkeep during the winter months. •••••• •••••I Brims Are Smart nnd this is just one of the many Hats Featured at $2.95 Seems as though every style la good— there's the Breton Bailor with its tiny brim— «nd flat crown large brims too— and turbans. THE ELITE •••••••••••••••••••i Typewriter ribbons at this office. WORK *?** Iittle * ***• l •""**» belteved that and economy would win for anv on* it Dividual, a state or Hat™. Now Says Tfe" d ^ We T *• He *•• to "**« «««t> to or W*J r £ SBS ' enough to ""PP 0 * «w th er other words, half of the people are supporting all the In my younger days I used to study econonUcsT and other subjects but have given It all up years changed so, I find I am all wrong. " nnh R P ronoun «»M»e sho stands for Jo milk her. A pronoun is a word that stands for a noun so of course they are right. I have quit arguing and Just teto things for granted. Once in a white whenT to hSS a tooulht there are certain things I can not get through my numbskull have becn trv ing to lift themselves up by n >o° W nny " mn «««« cx P«=t to support a wife and to ifl h™r H 7 W ° r ^ a WCOk - Masfc of lls hnvc t 0 wt »"k 18 to 18 hours a day to make ends meet. I know this. If ho docs not support her. she wilt soon bo 'looking for another man. and if ho K ,,ts enoutrh wnircs for 30 houra work to support his family it. will mnko rhoos and clothes FO Mgh fl« T H M "'TV" Can llot buy OVL>r lllllf pira '^ for their farm- lies Besides 30 hours work a work ta not enough to keep a healthy active man out of mischief. P AH these qmv;Mnn<; w ov --r my head. They arc too much for my humble mind. I acknowlwlRo Uuxt all I da know for BUTO b how to buy good shoes ,<o as to sell them to you folks at prices hat you are able and wining to pay. In my many years of rx- poilpncc. I have established a wonderful buying lineup which saves my ciis.omcrs a lot of money. You will never pay too much for anything you buy at Neville's 31.ce Store. I woul<! not like to b« called a chisclcr. but of the two cvlLs I would much rather be a chlscler than a robbing profiteer. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Algom, la. PRICE REDUCTION In^ the face of rising costs and material prices, Ford distributors are today an^ nouncing reductions in all models of V^8 cars and trucks, Ford is offering the consumers the higlv est value for the money he has ever offered, Old Price New Price Coupe $642 $622 Tudor Sedan $662 $642 Sedan $714 $694 Watch the Fords Go by A WORD OF THANKS For the wonderful response to our Ford Show and open house last week. We might add, "Come over and see us again some tune, any time." Kent Motor Co.

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