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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3, 1934 SERVICES AT BEND LAST WEEK FORMRS. MOSER Five Sons and Three Daughters Survive Pioneer Woman Mrs. Mary Moser passed away, suddenly Monday afternoon about 4 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Schmidt with whom she has made Her home for a number of years. Mrs. Moser was born in Switzerland in November. 1850, and came to this country while quite young with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luthi. Mr. and Mrs. Moser lived on what is known as the Moser homestead now owned by H-enry Schmidt. They sold that place and moved to Morris, Minn., in March. 1902 and Mr. Moser died in September of the same year. Mrs i _Moser was injured years ago by their horse running away throwing her out of the buggy but this didn't keep her from hard work. She was always busy about the home in later years, piecing quilts, making fancy worlc and doing anything she could for her grandchildren. She is survived by five sons and three daughters and a sister, Mrs. Henry Droesch of Minnesota., grandchildren and great grandchildren, besides a host of warm, close friends. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at the Schmidt home at one o'clock and at the Apostolic Christian church at two o'clock. Rev. Joseph Banwart conducted the services. Burial was in the church cemetery. Lose to Rodman, 10-4 The baseball boys and their coach, Milton Woito went to Rodman Thursday and played the first game of the county tournament. They were defeated by Rodman 10 to 4. The rest of the tournament was at Mallard. I a in a candidate for tho republican nomination for supervisor in tlio 4th district, and your vote arul support will he ap- prociatcd. Paul A. Nemitz Fenton Clnb Names Officers The Bay View club met, at the homo of Mrs. Bessie Locke, Tuesday. April 24. with thirteen members present. After the business meeting the officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: president. Mrs. Ida Miller; first vice president. Hattie Jacobs; second vice president, Cecil Baughman; secretary. Alma. Kongsbach; treasurer, Sue Watson; corresponding secretary, Ada Sloan. The hostess had charge of the entertainment. Myrtle Gerhart won the prize. The club will meet on May 8th with Cecil Baughman. Former Resident Dies Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elsler, Mrs. H. R. Bell and Mrs. P. J. Dewitt drove to Ruthven Thursday to attend the funeral of an old neighbor, Mrs. W. Reardon. The remains were brought to the West Bend cemetery for burial beside Mr. Reardon who died a number of years ago. LUVERNE CLUB'S ANNUAL GUEST DAY WAS OBSERVED LAST FRIDAY Mrs. Lionel Eustace Home Scene of Much Enjoyed Gathering Roof Fire Extinguished The fire department was called out Saturday noon when Ira Pauley's house was discovered to be on fire. Mrs. Pauley had Just built a fire in the kitchen range 'and a spark from the chimney set the roof on fire. A strong wind was blowing but by the timely aid of Axel Hansen with a pail of water and a ladder, the blaze might have been more serious. As it was the fire was out before the fire truck arrived. Miss Marion Johnson spent Sunday at her home in Waterloo. Miss Eva Lawman of Rodman spent Saturday at the Ben Walker home. Mr. and MTs. G. L. Vohs of Algona sp°nt Friday at the Carl Vohs home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller and Dorothy were Fort Dodge v'istors Saturday. MJss Ida and Oscar Rtley drove to Lost Island Sunday and spent the day. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler drove to Algona Wednesday afternoon on business. ^^^^^^^^^^^^™*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^HBi^^MHMBRHHMHBBIIMO^M^^^MiH^HHBM^^^HHMMBMBMHBBH Joe Bloom's COAST TO COAST STORE Now doiii£ Business in My New Location PAINTS. TIRES, HARDWARE House Paint •"• 1.39 This is a $2.25 value Soap, Hard- water, lOc size, 3 bars lOc Clothes Pins 2 dozen 5c Floor-Porch Paint Equally food on wood or oetnent floors. KEYSTONE IMTEHORQOS INTERIOR GLOSS It produces a brilliant finish. Snoceasfnl reunite at high temperature*, per gallon $1.79 i*? y VARNISH 4 hour dry One of oar very best specials for this week, per tallon 97c . 39c LuVernr: Thp annual guest day of the J. J. club was h-eld Friday afternoon at the home of the club president, Mrs. Lionel Eustace. There were thirty-four members and guests present. The president gave the address of welcome and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, a guest, responded. Mrs. Sarah Hefti and Mrs. Gertrude Hefti gave a musical dialogue entitled "Spanking Peggy Ann." Mrs. Lena Wolfe and Mrs. D?lla Miller gave a short play, entitled "The Runaways." The Little German Band of the public school consisting of six pieces and l«d by Grant Jennings, Jr.. played several selections. Mrs. Harold Sorensen had charge of the social hour, consisting of games and contests. The guests were as follows: Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mrs. Herbert Smith, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. James Johnson, Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mrs. Chas. Hanselman, Mrs. Fred Merkle, Mrs. Roy Franks, Mrs. A. J. Zwiefel, Mrs. T. L. Williams, Mrs. Cecil Wllrams, Mrs. Gerhart Wills, Mrs. L. Whittenberg. Mrs. Milton Worby and Miss Norma Partridge. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Duane Neal, Mrs. John Farr-sll, Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Albert Schneider, Mrs. Arthur Hanselman and Mrs. William Hefti. Go to Corwith The Tuesday club was invited guests of the club at Corwith Tuesday afternoon to a silver tea. There were fourteen members attending. There was an exhibit of some very beautiful pieces of pottery, quilts and rugs, also a display of work done by the pupils of the Oorwith school. Mrs. Zwleff! has Stroke Mrs. John Zwiefel suffered n strok' Monday night. Her left side is paralyzed. She received word Monday noon of tho death of her sister. Mrs. Romer who lived in Algona. Dajr|ry-Hef<i Wedding Miss Nadine Daagy and Gilbert H' t- ti <vere united in marrHgc 1 Sitir.dny nioining in De= Mmm•>;. Mr. and M's. Jot^n Zimmerman accompanied thom to Des Moirres. At noon Sunday nn announcement dinner was served at the home of the srroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hefti. Peter Ruberg has opened up a produce station here. Miss Ruth Smith visited her parents in Manly, Sunday. Lewis Merkle is in Colfnx taking treatments for rheumatism. Mrs. M. M. Lowmlller underwent nn operation at Rochester Wednesday. Dr. T. L. Williams and James Johnson each have new Plymouth cars. Miss Florence Hof spent thp wok end at the Dick Ross home in Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pcrgande were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. L Stebblna in Algona. Mrs. Brodle of Granger visited with her daughter, Mrs. Max Patterson and husband last week. Dr. A. L. Spooner went to Rochest T last week for an examination. He returned home Friday. Carl Pergand? is quite ill with the mumps. The five children of Jake Kubly also have the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wermcrsen. Carmen and Bobby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fillible in Clarion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Graham of Hardy were Sunday guests at the parental Gene Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hundertmark and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderegg spent Sunday at Lost Island Lake fishing. Verne Miller, who attends tho State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with his parents. Mrs. Guy Kuyper and little son of Rodman spent Wednesday at. the horn? of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris. Mr. nnd Mrs. Myron Boos and J. T. Boos attended the funeral of the latter's mother at Grand Junction. Iowa. Tuesday. Merle Stover returned from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the first of the week. He has been taking treatments of a specialist. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Weber nrc moving out of the George Jacobs house into the upstairs apartment in the late Mrs. H. P. Brown house. Rev. nnd Mrs. F. W. Whltford returned Friday from Plerson, Iowa, where they went Tuesday to take Mrs WinWord's father to his home. Mrs. Pike, mother of Miss Lpona Gibbons, fourth grade teacher, passed nway Sunday evening at their home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walker of Lake Crystal, Minn., and Mr. ami Mrs. Elmo Barber and family of Whlttemore spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker. Mrs. Just inn *Hoskin, Helen Watson and Dcra Ditch of this placp and Mrs. Nina Bonnstettpr of Rodman drove to Caroll. Iowa. Sunday to visit Geraldine Hoskin, who is attending school there. They also visited friends at Clermont. Mr. and Mr.s. La ft Hinton and daughter, Frances, drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday to consult doctors nbout the health of Frances. They returned home Saturday but will return and she will submit to an operation for inside goiter Wednesday. Frances is a junior in high school. We hope for her speedy recovery. Lone Rock Youth Playing on Iowa State Ball Team Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Ames Thursday to attend the baseball game between th-e Iowa State College and the Iowa State Teachers College in which the BInnchnrds 1 son, Gordon played third base and their son, Donald was also to have played with tho tenm. but due to n sprained ankle, which lie received a few days before, was unable to play. They also visited at the home of Mrs. Cotton's daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito and family. rnrt with hor parents, the Claude - becs nt Hurt nnd visited hrr Rrandmo- thor. Mrs. Koto Dittme r at Alfpnn Sunday. Rev. S. M. Gladstone ncrompnniod by Mrs. P. M. Christrnsm and Mrs. Fred Wrgcncr attended a Presbyterian meeting nt Jefferson last Tuesday and \Ved- ivsday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sander.* mid family drove to Renwick Sunday to attend n birthday dinner given in honor of Mrs Sanders' ntothrr. Mrs. CHause Helmke. Thp Busy Friday Club met at the home of Mrs. otis Sanders Friday afternoon. They will meet Tit the home of Mrs Jack Quinn next week Friday. Mrs. Frank FlaiE will be assisting hostess. Mrs. Roy Zunkel. Mrs. Lawrence Nrw- brough and son and Mrs. Delmar An- RIIR and son drove to Irvlngton Thursday to help (heir parent*, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard cckbrate their birthdays. Supt. and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey, Mrs. Viola Bishop. Mrs. Roy Jensen and daughter. Marjorie drove to Des Moines Friday. Marjorie represented Kossuth county in the spelling cdntest held there Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft and family attended a dinner at the R. G. Bor- rlinrdt home near East Chain Sunday honoring the Borch-ardts' son. Eugene, the Kraft's daughter. Ruth and Mrs. Chef Hoppe birthdays and also the Borchardts' and the Krafts' wedding anniversary which were all In the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arndorfer, ,!r . and daughter. Fidelis and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Erdmann of Algona were caller-: in this vicinity Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bullard of Bradford spent. Sunday with Mrs. Anr,:i Huschka and Mr. and Mrs. A! Rwii- myer. Mrs. Bullard is a nieee of Mrs. Huschka. Mrs. J. N. Ludwlg and son. rHckif spent, last, week at. the homo of her parents, Mr .nnd. Mrs. Henrv l.irhter al Algona, helping carp for her mother who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. John GranRcnptt ami daughter, Irene and Elnn drove to Fort Dodge Saturday and brought home Mario Grangenptt. who had been employed there the past several months. FOR SHERIFF I am .1. r.indirlnfp on the Republican ticket, for Sheriff of Kos- fiir.h County, siiofrct to the will of the voters at. the June pri- mnrir.':. Your votp will be npprc- ciatrd. W. H. Ricklefs Titonkn. Iowa 10-22' Let the U. D. !*.-K. fst.tm<"_= en TOUT next Job of printing. ?ST. BENEDICT NEWS S Miss Mallnda Erdman of Algona .•-pent Sunday with relatives here. Miss Ellen Simons spent last week at Algona being employed at the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer nncl family spent Sunday afternoon at the Al Rosenmeyer home. Miss Gcnevicve Arndorfcr of Plum Crek spent the week end at the homo of her mother, Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grangenett ana family spent Sunday afternoon nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. We Clean Them Like New Curtains, Drapes, Tapestries, Rugs When you star! house clean- ill};', reineniher we are ,ihle assis!an!s. Our now nig cleaning equipment enables us to clean rugs of any sizo right here in our own plant. We clean them thoroughly, brightening the colors and restoring the newness. Reasonable prices. We have a machine for rebinding nnd rcfringing rugs. We are agents for thp Cownie Pur Co. Ask us about furs, storage and repairs. r Modern Dry Cleaners Phono 537 to Have Our Truck Call. Class Banquet Thp junior-senior banquet was held at Hotel Kermore at Emmctsburg on Saturday evening. The following program was given: round, "Row Your Boat"; speech, president of junior class; duet, Imogene Roderick nnd Coila Jane Hollister; "The Crew," Margaret Gladstone; "The Anchor," Dorothy Bler- stedt; "Sailors of L. R. H.", Sextette; "The Sea." Coila Janp HolIfstPr; senior prophecy. Roy Leeper; class will. Verne Dacken; "Anchors Away," junior class; speech, president of senior class; "When Shall We Meet Again," quartette. LINSEED OIL, per Gallon - 89c Screen Enamel qt. 29c Johnson's Floor Wax 1 Ib. can 59c Flat Wall Paint qt. 49c Auto Top Dressing J /> pint 29c BARN PAINT, in 5 gallon lots, gallon 94c Derby Red is a good barn paint and compares favorably with '.hat :it higher prices. Ask us about it. MOTOR OIL, De Luxe, SAE 40, qt. 15c TIRES 30x3 2 --- $2.98 4:50x21 -$3.57 Cup Grease 5 Ib. pail 49c Tubes 30x3% 79c B Batteries 45 volt 88c 13 plate Batteries Bulbs exchange $2.93 3 for __20c -J- WE KEEP OITK PRICES LOW. Twin Sons Born to Robert Kains of Plum Creek Plum Creek: Twin sons were born on Sunday, April 22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, Jr., at the Ed Hildman home in Wesley, parents of Mr.s. Kain. Mr.s. John Kain has b.en spending the past week at Wesley helping care for them. Needless to say. Robert is feeling quite .superior trK'se days. The children have been namd Robert Richard and Richard Robert. Tli;> Albert Mctzgor family visited relatives at Carroll, Iowa, recently. Mr.s. C. C. Robinson of near Algona spent Monday night at the Wm. Altwegg home. Ti.e John Wheelock family of Algona were visitors on Monday at the T. R. Pickard home. The Hugh Partridge family entertain d a number of friends at their home Saturday evening. The pupils in district No. 2 enjoyed a two day vacation last week while their teacher, Miss Bowman, was receiving medical treatment at the General hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain entertained a group of neighbors and friends at their home Saturday evening. Dancing was enjoyed and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess at a late hour. LOTTS CREEK NEWS The Lichtv family of Ft. Dodge were visitors at the Martin Meyer home on Sunday. Ascension Day t.ervio:s will be held a week from Thursday at 8 o'clock in the evening at the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and their children were visitors at the Win. Fuer- sU-nau home on Sunday afternoon. Mildred and Mabel Luedtke of Emmetsburg &pcnt the wevk end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. LUedtke. Louise Haack is the- new cK rk at tho LotU Crevk it.ire. Lucille Meyer. wi>o liiid Ix-vn employed theiv iidce la^t tpj'ing i\iurnud to iu-r home Saturday. Rev, Fiene iias been oullermg with a t>oie throat und wus unable to conduct church set-vices on Sunday. Mr. Sclunlel had ciiarge of the iervkca for him Mrs. Shick entertained her Lnrkin club Thursday afternoon. A 10Vj pound boy was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Mervin Marlow last Tuesday. Edward and Howard Blanchard visited relatives in Lone Rock Saturday. The .sewing circle met nt the home of Mrs. Otis Sanders last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mr.s. Win. Dolmen of Algona visited at the R. L. Padgi'tt home Sunday. Mr.s. H. J. Rice went to Hampton la-st Monday to visit: her sister. Miss Edith Hoxie. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Frye .spent the week end at the parental B. B. Frye home at Cylinder. Mrs Henry Dietzel of Moline, 111., is visiting at the H. A. Wiener home. Mrs. Dietzel is a niece of Mrs. Weiner. Beginning Sunday, May 6th church will be nt 10 o'clock and Sunday School nt 11 o'clock throughout Uie summer months. The last P. T. A. me<'ting of this school year will be held Thursday evening, nnd some of the school work will be exhibited. A large crowd attended the talkies in th-e town hall Thusrday evening. There will be another show Thursday evening of this week. Mr.s. Margaret Davison of Mason City came last Tuesday to visit at the homes of h'r daughters, Mrs. L. R. 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