The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 29,1934 T1TONKAI.O.O.F. LODGE HAS BIG FKHERMANFRY Howard French Presides Over Pans; And Was It Good? Well— Titonka: Tuesday night the local I. *O. O. F. lodge held a flsh fry which drew a large crowd of hungry fishermen. Howard French, Titonka's champion angler, presided over the pan* and the boys were treated to «. delicious supper. Otto Barentein of Algona and Ubbe Doden of Woden were the out of town guests. MRS. FEHIt ACTS. AQ£VS^; O«s Moines c« Benedict, has* tor the past f jrlad to i sport. ed from the eentty and te We trust tlm* cowrvAusscmo Upper from St. the sick list but we are sfc* w*« releas- bosplUl, re- to agate happe titty. ana la **»« she may hare a aeon be able „ In her ta_„ aeeraonte of St. Benedict vfcl- Stephen De Vries was In Ames on 'Wednesday. Ken Fisher made a business trip to Mason city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jonhny Wilson drove •to Algona Sunday to visit his parents. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entrtalned the) Thursday brdige luncheon club the past week. Lawrence Hughbanks of West Union was a visitor at the Ken Fisher home Sunray. A new baby boy arrived at the home -of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Keuchenreuther Thursday. Leo Orthel and his mother arrived from California Friday for a visit with old friends. Clayton Schrelner of Oelweln arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of his friend, Ardlth Nauman. Lester Callles and Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen drove to Algona Thursday •evening to attend the show. "Bub" Reibsameri was a usual Sun- •dalf caller In Titonfca. "Bub." very seldom misses his week end visits. Chester Thomas, local justice of the -peace, was on a business trip to Des Moines from Tuesday until Friday. Beryl Boggess, Dale Craven and Har- Icy and Arlo Larson entertained their bridge club at the Larson home Tues•day night. Telko Sletsema of Waterloo was a Titonka visitor Tuesday looking after business and greeting old friends on the street. J. F. Fisher *e*t -Wednesday for Racine and MilwataJcee. 'Wisconsin, on business and also to visit his son, Robert and family. Mr. and Mrs. <?. A. Moon and family drove to Oaroe*- Tuesday evening to attend a blrthdaty «Sinner with his father. Rev. T. Ernes* Hoon. Mrs. George :FVxjc was taken seriously ill Thursday afternoon, she was taken to the Wentas riome where she is being: cared for. At this time she is a little better. Miss Mabel Tut ton was back In school teaching again tlvLs week. Her sister, who was seriously irurfc in an automobile accident th« s»revious week is slow, ly but steadily- getting- better. EASTER SERVICES, WESLEY CHURCHES ARE ANNOUNCED Revival Meetings Have been Well Attended; Other Wesley News I*. C. Heifner- and daughter, spent the weefc «nd at Des Moines and Afton. &Crs. Helfner and Lewis, Jr., who had lace IT visiting with her parents the past, two weeks, returned home with them. Miss Viola KeiierienTeuther, daughter of Lynn Kudterue.-uther and Howard Watklns of Bvrrt -were united In marriage Monday. WCarcri 12th at Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. "WatkiTxs fare living at Jackson, Minn., -where Howard conducts a bakery. The faculty were the guests of the) Women's club at & party given at the H. A. French l*om« Tuesday evening. Contests and praunes* furnished the evening's entertaiment after which a de- llclcus luncheon -waar served. About forty members an<X eruests were present. Week End SPECIALS Wesley: Good Friday services will be held at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Friday Afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Be- irlnninfr iSaster Sunday early Mass will cosrtmence at 7:30 and High Mass at 9:30. each a half hour earlier than during the winter months. The union revival meetings conducted under the auspices of the local Congregatl""usi • and Methodist churches, came to an end Sunday evening with a very good attendance each evening during the week. The meetings will be continued during this week every evening at eight o'clock except on Saturday night with Rev. McNulty in charge assisted Dart of the time bv Rev. Muhleman. district superintendent. Special Easter services will be held Sunday morning at ten o'clock T.OIO an d new members will be accepted in- ' to the church either through confes- ion of faith or by letter. Baptismal ervices for children and new convert 1 ? who have not been baptized before will also be held Sunday morning. Rev. McNulty extends an invitation to the lubllc to Attend these revlvpl meetings and urges every one to realize this is good time to find the Lord. Stork Pay* Two Visit* Last Week to Lakota Homes Lakota: The stork flew over this territory the latter part of last week, and on Friday left an eight and one- half pound boy at the Louis Meyer home. On S*tniP*ay ha visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith and eft a baby boy weighing seven and >ne-half pounds. J. E. Smith was a business visitor it Algona last Friday morning. The J. A. Meyer family were business isitors at Algqna, last Thursday. C. A. Winter was a business visitor it Algona, Oast Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Behrends were Algona visitors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey Johnson visited"with re- atives at Spencer from Friday until Sunday. Quite a large class of adults were :onflrmed at the Lutheran church last Sunday. Jo'hn Wortman was quite ill for several days the past week with the chicken pox. Mrs. M.. I. Allen of Belmond arrived aat week for a few days' visit at the A. C. Schissd -home. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Powers and their daughter, Catherine, were Elmore vis- tors Sunday afternoon. Farm Credit Group Loans Start -April 1 The plans of tt»e Farm Credit Administration for Tnitlrlng short term, credit available to the- farmers of this area took final form, last Friday, March 16th, at a rn.oet.Lngr of the board of directors of -the recently organized ErrtmetsburK Fortliiction credit Association. The board of <3trectors consisting of John Hueck of EJverly, H. J. Bode of Algona, J. H. crtm-ans of Ruthven, O. E, Morton of Kstixer-v-ille and J. A. Wilson of Milford elected Mr. Hueck as president. Mr. »o<ie. vice president and appointed Mr. Hueck. Mr. Currans and Mr. Bode to suet as the loan committee. W. M. To-wmsend of Estherville was elected secretary-treasurer of the association and -will have offices at Em- FLOUR First Prize, 49-lb. Bag $1.59 Biscuit Flour, Robb Jloaa. pkff- Frute-Gel per pkg. Easter Egg Dyes, Paas, dime pkg Bartlett Fears, NO. V/t can Oocoa, Walter 11 r Baker's, V4 Ib. can * **• Raisiinff, Thomp- 5c 29c 25c lOc 15c lOc son's aeedteas, 4 Ib. bag. . Giant Sweet Peas 9 No. 2 cam ............ Pork & Beans, large No. 2H can ........ Mackerel, Van Gump's, 2 tall cans ...... Btringless Beans green or wax, No^2 can . Clothes Pins, tnaple, dime carton ...... Blue Barrel Soap, OC r 8 giant bars ............ fc«U V Sugar, JO-lb. doth bag ........ Tac-Cut Coffee Ib. can ................. Powdered Sugar, 2tt» ........... .......... Soap Chips, Leaf, 5 Ib. box . Onion Sets The Production Credit Corporation at Omaha, a rxax-t. of the administration set-up, subscribed for $60,000.00 wortt of stock of the local association anc will pay in 93O.OOO.OO at this time, thus enabling the •imoctafcion to start doing busmen about. AsMrlL l«t- v •Hie Biiruetatx-trK Production Oredl ABsodtion 10 authorized to serve farm. exs in Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Pa la Alto, and Clay counties. The borrow er must offer satisfactory security. Mrs. R. L. Williams and Mrs. I. E. Wortman visited with frlpnds at Swcn City last Fridav afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer werf entertained at dinner Sunday at the L. A. Nltz home north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trump visited last Friday ft the home of their daughter, Mrs. Junior Otis at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel visited last Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Schissel nt Minneapolis Mrs. c. O. Peterson returned home from Buffalo Center where she recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Raymond Winter accompanied by Dale Estle, drove to DCS Moines last Friday on business, returning home on Saturday. The Guy Beemer family and the Misses Audrey Hasting, Edith Buxton nnd Lucy Carson were Des Moines visitors last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold were up from Alirona last Friday evening and visited at the home of Mrs. Hiien- hold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Aal. derks. The manv friends here of H. J. Schut- tor of Buffalo Center will be elad 10 hear that he is RettlnR alone nicely, following his operation last week for Kail stones at tlie DolmaRe hospital. Irvln Smith of Rochester, Minn., arrived here last Thursday for a visit nt the hojries of his uncles, John and James Smith and with his grandmother, Mrs. Marv E. Smith at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. RIpDTitrop accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Michael liitoj- of Mason City, spent the week nd at Oeorsre, Iowa, where they visited nt the home of Mr. Ritmentrou's daughter. Mrs. Bloom and family. Mr. qnd Mrs. August Bauman. Miss Anna Bnuman and the Fred Christ, family, drove to New Auburn. Minn., last Sunday, where they attended the confirmation services at, the Lutheran church. Anna Marie Werner, was one of the confirmation class. Anna. Marie Is the youngest daughter of Rev. nnd Mrs. H. Werner, who formerly lived here. Mrs. 8. P. Powers, Mrs. Fred Schwartz nnd Mrs. Wade Ball were Buffalo Center visitors Monday afternoon. While there they called on Mrs. C. O. Peterson, who is staving at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wngner, for a few days having been released from the hospital, where she rtcentlv underwent an orjcratlon for Mother of Wesley Priest Passes on Wesley: Rev. A. J. Wagner spent several days l.i.st wfek at DubtiQ^ie. where he wns called owing to the critical illness of his mother. He retum«tl lorne Saturday morning, nnd receive*! word on Sundav that his mother ti<*<t passed nway that morning. Mrs. W»(g_ Her was In her 92nd vear at the time of her death. Rev. Wagner re turn-nf :o Dubuque Monday morning to atterxi ihe funeral services which were hel<8 Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. Titonka to Entertain Legion Groups Apr. 10 The Amercan Legion Posts and Auxiliary units of Kossuth county are invited to attend a joint meeting of the two organizations at Titonka Tuesday night, April 10th. A fine program is being arranged with refreshments and several hours of dancing at the close of the program. A good attendance Is de. sired. Let the tr. D. MC.-K. next Job of printing. FOR TREASURER t hereby announce my cnnddlaey for treasurer of Kossuth cminfcy on the Republican tlckot. Your support at the Juno primary be C. W. PEARSON Alirona. 11-13* OQ r £••/*• White Seta. Ib. . Bed and Yellow, Ib. .18c 15c ErlingFTU Graduate of Ames Wesley: Erlin& "Mike" Flom returned home Wednesday from Iowa State College at Ames wteere Tuesday night he was among a cl&ss of graduates, he having finished a dairy course whlc/i makes him a full fledwed creamery operator. Ail that is necessary now is for Mike to get a job. axid he'll without doubt deliver the (roods a. hundred per cent ef- ncently. Grand Opening DANCE Wednesday. April 4 Pavilion Bancroft Tiny Little and his Toe Teasers Gents 5Oc Indies 25c Hall i-edecorated Floor refiiiished WSWrWUWVWATUVUVV A Fine Assortmeiit of Easter Candies and Novelties at Algona's Confectionery The ALGONQUIN Bothered br Slnns Miss Candace Packard, music teacher in the public school, was taken to .he Kossuth- hospital Thursday where she remained until Sunday under the doctor's care for sinus Infection which seemea to have spread throughout her ntire system. She however, returned » her teaching duties Monday morning feeling somewhat improved. Study Club Entertained Members of the Study Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Arlo Dawson Thursday of last week. Roil call was answered by naming a radio entertainer. Mrs. Leo Blelch very capably presented two musical readings entitled "Fidlln' in de Fire Light" hy Lynton Cox. and "The Cave Man's Kld' r txy Phil Ponce. Miss June Adelle Kunz accompanied Mrs. Blelch on the piano and was a guest at the very delicious lunch served .by the hostess. The decorations and menu were in keeping with the Easter season. Londi Room "Obituary" The lunch room building mostly known as the Yellow Lantern bid farewell to Wesely residents Monday morn, ing as it was being moved from Its pasi location to one at Hutching where it will be made into livable quarters. Fred Looft. who built and owned the building, has been enriched with the possession of several cows and. hogs which Fred is adding to his properties at Swea Cltv where he Is manager of n service station. Mr. and Mrs. Emil W^jter attended the creamerv meeting held at Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr. and MM. Henry Becker of Algona were' guest* at the home of-Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton. Johnson and family of Irvihgton spent Sunday visiting at the grnest Hutchlnson home. Miss Leota Hall, teacher in the New Rlohland. Minnesota, schools, is spending this week at home with her brother, Rodney. Miss Ertna Ward, teacher in the Mitchell schools, arrived home Saturday for a week's vacation from' teaching duties. Mono. J. p. Fisch and his housekeeper. Miss Mary Soppe. of LeMars, spent several days here last week as guests at St. Joseph's parish. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and family drove to KJemme Sunday where they spent the day as guests at the home of his brother, Ivan Mullin and family. Miss Laura Hanson who has been at home with iher mother recuperating from an operation for appendicitis and complications, returned to Mason City Harold, four year old son of Supt. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley, was confined to his bed from Friday on over the . week end with a case of the pleurisy j and was under the care of a physician. J Miss; Clara Rltchmeler, student nurse at the hospital at Port Dodge, who had been here & week or more caring for her grandmother, Mrs. Nathan Stumer, returned to her duties Monday morning. Communion services will be held at the Congregational church Maundav Thursday evening with Rev. Befntsen administering the holp sacrament. The Easter services will be held Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson and three children and her brother, Gltnn Koppeu of Newton, visited from Saturday to Sunday afternoon at the home of Lloyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and family of St. James, Minnesota, arrived here for a. visit from Saturday until Tuesday at the homes of his sisters. Mrs. Silas Skow, Mrs. Herman Carlson and Mrs. Fred Bentele. An Easter food and bake sale will be held at the Kraus store next Saturday. March 31st, sponsored bv the M. E. Ladies' Aid and will be in charee of Mrs. John Amesbury and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. beginning at one o'clock. Members of the Methodist Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Zack Gibson Wednesday, April 4th, where a par. luck lunch will be enjoyed. The Prlscilla Phoebe society were entertained at the home of Mrs. H. H. Flom this week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Leota Hoyt of New Sharon arrived here Sunday night at the home of her slater, Mrs. Win. Hutchinson to assist in the caring for Mr. Hutchinson, Mr. Hutchinson in walking about the house Sunday bumped Into a chair and fell to the floor Injurtnx his back. Ail carte of octr-xty Fimrtifr £fcgs Novelties for 'Jtxet chJddren. Delicious ohiocoiate*.^ suoud. fcj*h** Tmnftuff aCar- Novelties aa&cl Eggs from Ic to $1.00 We cordially iccv&fto you to visit our fltCHTO flA(t 4BffEHBM9fe OUOT ft^Tlft of J. F. 101 East State Street wVWiwwtftfVWtfyM A Happy JeLsLster to All. Ck>nf«Gta.ooa«r ona, Iowa. IWVtfWWVUVSftft NOTICE OF PROBATE OP WILL .. STATE OP IOWA. K06SUTH COUNTY, as. No. 3826 in District Court, April Term. IOJ4. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby aotlfed that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of O. E. Helse. deceaj- ed. dated April 2», 1030. having been this day iUea. opened and read, the l«tb day of April, 1934. is fixed for hearing proof of came at the Court Houa« in Ala-ana. Iowa, before the District Court of aald County, or the Clerk of aaid Court; and at nine o'clock A. ML of tiie day above ro<*"Honfd all persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and aoow cau»e if any they have, why aald Inatrunwn should not be probated and allowed a* and for the teat Will and Te*twnent of aaid nflaginn * •TSSbaa, lo.a, March M. K. J. UC BVOY. dark of DuKiict Court. r prmc| is Bjustrom's Quality PLUS Service At No Greater Cost We have Public Acceptance of each and every line we carry* Positively greater values, and every line backed by the guarantee of a dependable company. We maintain a service department of our own to care for your needs, Mafce Life More Worth Living This Year! J< Frigidaire J34 One million more in use than any other make. 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