The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 22,1934 1EON WORDEN, JAMES WEIfARE, FRED JUMEMEIR ELECTED AT LEDYARD All Were Beelected in the School Election Held Last Week Ledyard: On last Monday the local school election WM held and a very large vote was polled. Four candidates were running, namely, Leon Worden, James Welfare, David Friets and Geo. Dunn for directors and Fred Junke- jmelr was unopposed for treasurer. Mr. woroen and Mr. Welfare were reelected also Mr. Junkemelr. J. T. Welfare and H. D. Maync attended a Standard OH meeting In Al- Rona last week Tuesday. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter has been 111 the past week and confined to her bed. She Is able to be abfut again at this time. | Mrs. D. E. Mayer fnd Marjorle and Miss Alice Dunham visited at the Wylam home In Swea City Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Frietz are the proud parents of a baby girl born on March 10th at the hospital in Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske and Alice Mayne were business callers In Al- Kona Saturday. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry visited relatives In Rewlck last week while Mr. Lauritzen was at the state basketball tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz moved last Tuesday to Lakota. Being unable to find a house here, they stored their household goods in the Wm. BeWse home. Mrs. Stella Jorgenson and children moved to Lakota last week Tuesday. The house was redecorated and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link took possession. The M. E. Ladies' Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon In the church basement with Mesdames Wlemer, Yahnke, and Mayer as hostesses. Everyone is cordially Invited. Mrs. Addle Arpke left last Tuesday for her home In Appleton, Wisconsin. Mrs. Arpke does not expect to return In the fall as usual having disposed of all of her property In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and their daughters and Helen Jensen visited at the parental Jensen home near Buffalo Center, Friday evening helping their mother celebrate her birthday. On Saturday evening, a group of friends gathered at the Blanche Jenks home to help celebrate her htrlbady home to help celebrate her birthday and also Grandma Nlester's 81st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and son visited at the Raney home in Livermore .Sunday. Miss Beth Raney who has been here the past three weeks assisting Mrs. Barrett, returned home with them. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Johnson at Lakota Friday afternoon. Those from here who attended were Mesdames, Knoner, Yahnke, Halverson, H. Mayne, J. Mayne, Nlester and Mayer. West Bend Aid Society Picks New Officers for Year West Bend: The Presbyterian Aid society met at the home of Mrs. O. W. Dubbs Wednesday afternoon. The president, Mrs. Paul Mikes, presided. Following the business meeting the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. Ada Sloan, president; Mrs. Sue Watson, secretary; Mrs. C. C. Miller, vice president nad Mrs. Dubbs was reelected president. It was decided to have a supper at the annual church meeting, April 5. Louis Zinnell's baby is quite sick and has been having a high fever. Mrs. B. F. McFarland returned on Wednesday morning from St. Paul. Mrs. Jerry echutter and sons spent Friday in Algona visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Sampson are the proud parents of a son, born Friday, March 16. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ohlerking and sons spent Sunday with relatives at Eagle Grove. Paint protects, prolongs and beautifies. Paint is cheaper today than it has bpen in a long time. Paint is made in better grades, larger varieties of colors, and in more selective grades. Paint adds color, life and beauty. Can you find a reason why you should not paint \ip this spring, if your house is in need of if? Interior Paints, Enamels & Varnishes Use Clean-All to clean your Walls and Woodwork Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. The .Peter Bruers spent Sunday evening at the Wade Ball home. Miss Gertrude Wortman was a business visitor at Algona last Saturday. C. R. Lewis and son, Thomas, wera business visitors at Bode Saturday afternoon. The C. R. Lewis family entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball at dinner last Sunday. The Aleck Bockholt family of Titonka spent Sunday at the J. F. Faulkner home. Miss Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were Algona visitors last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hectland and baby of Algona were visiting relatives here Sunday. The Dave Patterson family visited Sunday afternoon with Daves motner, Mrs. Sarah Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schtesel visited last week with relatives and looked after business at Adams, Minn. The George Welgand family of Titonka were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Weigand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meyer, Sr. The Hillard Abbas family was down from Delevan, Minn., one day last week and visited at the home of their daugh. ter, Mrs. Ben Heyes. The Tha.ves Sisters spent one evening last week visiting with Mrs. E. J. Reilly and the Misses Bessie and Lauretta McDormett at Buffalo Center. The Wm. Rlcklefs family of Tlton- ka and the Jim. Bruers of this place were dinner guests Sunday at the C. H. Rlppentrop home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Freeark and son spent several days the past week visiting with OUJtord's lister, Mw. Marvin Moore and family at Mollne. HI. Charles Lewis, Jr., who attends school at Bode, and stays with bis sister, Mrs. A. L. Sorensen, and family, was an over Sunday visitor at the parental home. SMALLEST VOTE IN YEARS CAST BYFENTON FOLKS 28 Go to Polls; Two Unopposed Candidates Returned to Office Fenton: Twenty-eight votes were cast at the school election held last week Monday. Elmer Welsbrod, the only one of whose term expired, was reelected, unopposed for director. P. J. Welsbrod succeeded himself as treasurer, also unopposed. The vote was the smallest cast at a school election here for some time. Alexander Oowans Obituary Another Iowa pioneer answered the call of death last week when Alexander Gowans passed on at his home southwest of Fenton, Wednesday. The deceased was born In Scotland, September 6, 1856. He Immigrated to America in 1882 and settled oji a homestead In Independence township. In 1889 he returned to Scotland to be married to Elizabeth B. Smith, April 19. of that vear. Returning to his farm they con. tlnued to face the hardships of early days and built up a fine country home. He Is survived by his widow and six children. One son died when a small child. Birthday Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Voettler entertained at a birthday anniversary surprise party In honor of their aunt, Mrs. Louise Drake, of Whitewood, South Dakota. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voettler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wehrs- pann and daughter, EHvora, Mr. and Mrs. George Slems and daughter. Shirley, Mrs. Kate Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelmnn, John Voettler, Hlldreth Pettlt, Olaf Norland. Adolph Wehrspann, John Lanar, all of nf ar Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Lnwrence Hantelman of near Emmtsburi?. Mrs. Drake received many gifts. Woman's Club Meets The Woman's' club held their reKU- lar meeting last week Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eva Boott- chcr. Mrs. Merle Meyer was assisting hostess. All members were present. Papers were read by Mrs. Jesse Newel, Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mrs. Sally Snyder. Mrs. Charles Schemmel of Ring- sled was n club member. PLUM CREEK NEWS Hugh Raney, corn sealer, has boon busy in this neighborhood Intoly. The A. Eischeid family visited at tlw Henry Eischeid home near Rich Point Monday night. The Fred Gibken family were guests Sunday of the Rudolph Will family in Union township. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas nnd their children spent Sunday at Whlttemore visiting relatives. The Carl Feye family of near Whlt- temore were Sunday visitors at the John Schaaler home. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robinson nnd Maxlne were visitors Sunday at the T. R. Plckard home. Helen McMahon of Good Hope and Ctenevleve Altwpgg of Burt snnt Saturday night and Sunday at the Wm. Altweeg home. Mrs. C. C. Robinson returned to her home near Algona Sunday after visiting two weeks at the home of lior daughter, Mrs. Wm. Altwogg. A meeting of the Plum Cr«-k school board was held Monday afternoon at center school, giving the teacher. Ir_- ene Dcvlne and her pupils a half holiday. A largr number of Sexton people lave been attending the union revival meetings, held In the Mothodlst rJiurch r. Weslcv this wofk. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson oast of town, were guests Sunday evening at ht> homo of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gouge and family. The occasion WHS Mr. GOURP'S birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, Wilbur nnd Everett were Sunday visitors at the homo of their son. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stoven and family, who live between Bancroft and Swea City. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Miller and two youngest daughters drovfr to Mflsnn City where tliey vIMted Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson. 'Mrs. Johnson is a sister of Mr. MiUer. Mbs Minnie Kutschara retmed to her home Sunday evening from Grinnell where she has been since the first of March, helping Mrs. A. J. Grosen- »ach since they moved to their nrw home thero. Mrs. Ida May Harris nnd daughter. Mnry, were Sunday evening sun""- gursta nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hnnsen near Wesley. Mrs. Knnsen wos before her marriage Florence Harris. Fred Plumb was taken suddenly sick last, week Saturday morning with ulcers. A doctor was called and he WH& rushed to the Kossuth hospital where Spring Furniture Values That Will Bring New Beauty to Your Home 2-Piece Living Room Suite $69.50 Think of it—a custom built davenport and big lounging chair at this low price. Upholstered in choice tapestry. hi ^.j ** 8 piece combination walnut dining suite, 8-ft. extension table, only See our big new line of Armstrong's Linoleum and Bugs?all priced to sell at less than catalogue prices. __-—============= "RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company ,Where Furniture Sells For Leas 3-Piece Bedroom Suite $39.75 This price includes nice vanity instead of dresser. See our Bedroom line before you buy. Big Special on a New Shipment of Fine Mattresses. rjV',1 Guaranteed Inner Spring, the best value we have ever offered, while they last, only. Place In Declam Ardis Voipt and Ruby Hantelman competed in the sub-district declamatory contest held at Ledyard last week Tuesday evening. The former received third place and the latter placed second. OK Stockholders Meet The annual stockholders meeting of the Fenton Home Oil company was held last week Tuesday afternoon. The results of the election of officers follow: J. T. Waite, E. A. Huskamp, A. H. Krause, Edward Welsbrod and John Wegener, directors; F. H. Bohn, secretary, and Delbert Hanna, treasurer. The president and vice president will be elected from -the new board of directors at the next faceting. .The company will again operate under the original charter of the Fenton Home Oil company. Mrs. Hendy Langerman is recovering from a serious Illness. Mrs. A. J. Krause was hostess to her sewing club last week Wednesday afternoon. A new barn Is well under way on the Thodore Halg farm where Uie old one burned down recently. Carl Priebe purchased last week the building occupied by the Zumach Beer Garden and owned by the August) Krause estate, Mrs. Lester Haugland and son, Richard of Radcliffe came this week Monday for a week's visit at the parental Sam Bkare home. Dr. 8. W. Meyer accompanied W. E. Stoeber to Des Moines this week Monday whre he will consult doctors at the General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga and Mrs. Harry Haase and dauhgter, Shirley Mae drove to Des Moines Friday for a visit with relatives. W. R. Wolfe. E. C. Fauerby, H. Thesefield, O. H. Graham and H. E. Relmers attended the funeral cf Alex Gowans at Emmetsburg Saturday. William Fisher purchased the residence occupied by the John Krarrers and owned by Mrs. Steve Sickle of Algona. He will tak>j possession April 1st. Mrs. H. Schulte was hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. If. Eigler won the travel prize and Mrs. E. J. Frank received the consolation prize. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newtel. Irene Newel and Florence Barton were entertained Sunday at the F. P. Newel home, in honor of Irene Newel's birthday anniversary. Dr. J. T. Waite shinned and accompanied three double deck cars of hors to Chicago Saturday evening. E. K. Johnson also shipped, and accompanied a double deck car of hogs and two of cattle the same evening. Mrs. J. A. Mueller of Illinois arrived here last week from Cedar Falls where sh« visited a daughter, for a visit with her son, Dr. J. A. Mueller, and to get acquainted with the doctor's new daughter, her only grandchild. Mrs. Kate Hantelman and son, Eldon, of this place and her son, Lawrence and wife of near Emmetsburg left last week Monday to attend the funeral of a relative, Ferdinand Grimm at Dubuaue. They returned home the following evening. The Legion and Auxiliary benefit card party held last Thursday night was well attended. Dr. 8. W. Meyer won high score in bridge and Mrs. F. P. Newel received the consolation prize. Harry Haase wno high in five hundred and Mrs. Harry Haase the low. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdel and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham were hosts and hostesses. The Methodist aid society met Friday In the church parlor with the Mesdames George Boettcher, O. J. Ranney, John Menz and Art Voigt. hostesses. The March birthday tea will be served in the church narlor this week Friday afternoon. Tieare will be a program. Hostesses are: Mesdames J. A. Schwartz, Chris Ruske, Kate Newel. O. L. Osborn, Earl Dean, O. P. C. Laaga Mike Welsbrod. Herman Huskamp and L. J. Welatood. LAKOTA NEWS xty®&ef&®^^ The Mesdames Fred Park and Henry Guderian of Algona were here ono day last week visiting at the Frank Miller. F. W. Thaves and Wndc Ball homes. The Misses Emma and Louise Thaves wore at, Buffalo Center Sunday where they were entertained at dinner at the home of their cousin, Mrs. Otto Kramer and family. The Jake Koenen family of Mescrvey spent several days here the wast week visiting with Mrs. Koenen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Oeerdes and other relatives in tMs vicinity Mrs. C. R. Smith and Mrs.. Raymond Smith spent several days last week at Minneapolis buying goods for the store, and they also visited at the Ward Dawson home at Excelsior, Minn. The Max Nltz family moved over from Ledyard last week and are living with Max's isster, Mrs. Ralph Clark, until they can get a house. The house they were living In was sold recentlv. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter spent Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Winter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bockelman, who moved recently onto the T. C. Schaper farm southeast of town. Theo. and Lucv Trump visited last Wednesday at the home of their sister, Mrs. Junior Otis at Forest City. They were accompanied home by their little niece, Patty Otis, who spent a w days at the Trump home. The following ancsts Wiir? enter f nln- !d ad a seven o'clock dinner last Tuesday at the Wade Ball home. Emma, 3has. and Edward Gutknecht, Audrey ias'Jngs, Emma and Louise Tliavcs and Louis Thaves, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park of Alsona. The erosion control program in Iowa include* the building of dams, followed by seeding and tree-planting for more permanent control. If cMckens get plenty of sunlight, egg yolk is a good source of vitamni D, the suuubiae substitute. Cod-liver oil and other fish oils aw the best ooura*. he will be a patient for several weeks, taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb accompanl- rd bv MI'* Mnrip Harris attended the cnuntv parent trnchers association meeting Tuesday evening of last week, held In the Good Hope church. A nlcn crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. George Aman and their daughter. Thecla. drove to Mason City Sundnv afternoon taking their son, Wnltor buck to Mason City where he attends business college. He came home Friday evening and spent the week end at home. Miss Nell Wise and Mrs. Drusllla Noble visited in Algona last week Friday afternoon with a girl friend of Nell. Miss Freda Kyhl, nursing at the Dr. Gibson home. They also visited Mrs. John McMahon of near Brltt, who Is in the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolemu of near Doan entertained at their hw.n Sunday in honor of their son, Robert's birthday. Two beautiful birthday cakes with candles were used for decoration on the table. The guests were uncles and aunts of Robert: Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and son, Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmlre and children all of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Hawley. Mrs. Naomi DeWlldc and their dnughter, Constance Joy of Mason City: nnd Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders of Sexton. The afternoon was spent in visiting. Miss Edith Greenfield spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson cast Of lown. Mr. and Mrs. John V. 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