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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17, 1934 PRECINCT CAUCUSES SHOULD BE HELD NOW Primary Comes June 4 Precinct Committeemen Filed by County Chairmen The primaries are rapidly approaching and it is high time that those interested in precinct organization In both parties arrange for their caucuses. Republican County Commrtteeman Ray S. McWhorter was a. caller at the Upper DCS Moines office Monday and suggested that caucuses should be callec for next week nt latest to select delegates from their precinct to be voter for at, the primary election. This hold.' gored for both parties: Cl. O. P. Coirtmltleemen Mr. McWhorter has filed with the county n list of present precindt committeemen as follows: Algona, 1st ward—G. D. Brundage Mary Sands. Algonn, 2nd ward—W. H. Godden Luella Bak-er. Algona. 3rd ward—T. L. Larson. Ber tha E. Johnson. Algona. 4th ward-Robt. Harrington Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Buffalo—Lee O. Wolfe. Mrs. Wolfe both of Titonka. Burt—C. W. Patterson, Ella MacArthur, both of Burt. Cresco—A. E. Clayton, Bertha Brown, both of Algona. Eagle—Simon Severson, Granada. Minn.. Mrs. Jennie Berggrcn. East Lone Rock—L. R .Roderick, Mrs. Edw. Bierstedt, both of Lone Rock. Fenton—O. J. Stephenson, Mrs. C. H. Geronsln. Garfleld—Peter Holt, Mrs. Holt, both of Ottosen. German—B. Penning, Buffalo Center, Mrs. H. P. Mayland, Titonka. Grant—A. M. Tokhelm, Mrs. J«ssle Hunt, Swca Cfty. Greenwood—Charles Kollasch. Mrs. George Carmean. both of Bancroft. Harrison—J. M. Dye, Grace Eckholm, both of Swea City. Hebron—R. C. Baum, Elizabeth Bnum both of Elmore. Irvington—Hugh Raney, Algonn, Mathilda Godfrey. Lakota—I. E. Wortman, Mrs. Edna L. Turl:y, both of Lnkota. Ledyard—D. A. Carpenter. Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton. both of Ledyard. Lincoln—Bert Edwards, Mr.s. J. H. Warburton, both of Lakota Lone Rock—iN. L. Cotton. Mrs. W. J. Coflton, both of Lone Rock. Letts Creek—Geo. J. Winkel, Mrs. Winkel, Whittemore. LuVerne—W. Scott Hnnna. Consu- -rlo Hanna. LuVerne. Plum Creek—George Mil'.nr, Sadie Hopkins, both of Algona. Portland—R. S. McWhorter, Emma Swea—J. E. Harner, Swea City. Maud E. Jongterg, Armstrong. Union—H. E. Ward. Marguerite Gardner, both of Algona. Wesley—Robert Welter. Mrs. H. J. Brnley, 'both of Wesley. Whittemore—Carl EberK, Mrs. Elbert, both of Whittemore. Democrat Committee List County Chairman C. B. Murtagh has filed the following list of committeemen: Algona. 1st ward—E. W. Lusby, Mrs. W. E. McDonald. Algona, 2nd ward—L. E. Llnnan, Eva Sherman. Algonn, 3rd ward—R. SI. plossom, Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Algona. *h ward—C. B. Murtagh, Vallie M. Tribon. Buffalo — Nathaniel Walsh, Emma Myers, both of Titonka. Burt—J. G. McDonald. Fenton—J. F. Newel. Mrs. J. Schwartz, both of Fenton. A. Garfleld—J. P. Kischh, Ottosen, Regina Schmellen. West Bend. Grant—Mrs. F. Caldwell.Ledyard. Greenwood—J. H. Sheridan, Mrs. A H. Fuchs, both of Bancroft. Harrison-O. W. Ftilts. Ida E. Larson, both of Swea City. Lakota—H. W. Roba. Ledyard—J. H. Mousel. Prairie—Martin Rahm, Gencvieve Rahm, both of St. Benedict. Ramsey—Anton Stork, Mrs. N. B Schiltz, both of Bancroft. •Weslry—Henry Sherman, Hazel Ger- WINDSTORM SATURDAY WRECKED FARM BUILDINGS NORTH OF ALGONA Alfred Schenck Farm Suf fers Heavy Loss. Many Silos are Blown Down des. both of Wcsl«y. Whittemore— J. S. Cullen. Eliaibotn Higgins, both of Whltttemore. Algona Auxiliary Ladies to Distribute Poppies May 26 Continuation of the expensive work for the welfare of disabled World War veterans and their families, carried out by The American Legion and Its Aux- llary. will be made possble by means jf the memorial popples which will be distributed throughout the nation May ,6th. according to Mrs. V. V. Naudain, president of the local Auxiliary unit. Contributions for the poppies will form he principal source of support for the Legon and Auxiliary's welfare work during th-e coming twelve months, she -aid. Union: Considerable damage was done in this locality Saturday morning to buildings by the heavy wind. The heaviest damage perhaps occurred at the Alfred Schenck farm. A hog house was blown down, the garage torn to pieces and the wooden part of the large barn built upon hollow blocks was moved 2 inches off the blocks. A corn crib also was damaged. Silos were blown down on the George Boevers and Drone Bros, farms. A shed was also blown down on the Boevers farm At the Frank Hoflus farm It demolished a brooder house, remove! a ruvMa, from the barn also moving the barn slightly. At the Louis Bode farm the barn was damaged considerably. Shingles were scattered by the wind. On the Nick Kriep farm n machine shed was blown down. At the Ben Gould farm the chicken house was badly damaged and a. roof torn from n brooder house At ithe Earl Taylor and Wallace Me Arthur farms brooder houses were turned over. At the Jens Sorenson farm the chicken house was destroyed, making It necessary to remove the chicken, to the hog house and the hogs to i straw shed. Countless numbers o tre?s, several being apple 'trees, besides elevators, signs and hay racks received their share of damage in the melee. Bennett sang "My Mother's Bible" accompanied on the piano by Mnry Wood. •The Old Spinning Wheel" was sung by Ruth and Mary Lee Dearchs. A dainty lunch was served. The next meeting will also bo held nt Good Hope t being the annual Rural School day. The committee In charge is F.rma- Harvey chairman, Ida Winkle. Jr.. Arthur Gtistafson. Frances Turner, Clnra Thompson. Roy Sarchett, Lillian Broderson and Fred Plum. Anyone having flowers which could be uscc 1 in decorating for 'this occasion would be welcomed by the committee. Ida Mae Gardner spent last Thur.s day evening with Lucille Bode. Clias Grahrun of Wesley was calling on friends in this vicinity last Friday Prank Thompson has fully recovercc from a siege of neuralgia which has kept him indisposed for several weeks Mrs. Joe Matill: and children spen Monday at Corwtth visiting and alsi with a brother-in-law who has beei critically ill but is reported improving Mr. and Mrs. Okn Strnyer and son, Dickie, spent Sunday with relatives nt Wlnnebasro. Minn. They wfcre the guests at the Ben Gould home Monday. niece. Mrs. Ralph Rtedol nnd family. Other guests at the Riedols Sunday nf- ternoon wore Mrs. C. E. Householder nnd dnughUrs, Florence and Lnrabdle of Lone Rock. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod. Ella Drover and Marjorie Bailey attended the hist 4-H trainin" school nt Algonn last week Tuesday. Tho remaining members of the Fenton club drove to Algonn afte* 4 o'clock and onjoyed n picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state pmrk nnd a party afterward. Saturday morning while returning home from the creamery Mrs. Arthur Voigtht mot, with an automobile accident. The dirt was blowing so badly it became difficult to drive nnd she stopped. Donvood Kern following her In n car did not see the car in time to prevent a collision. Mrs. Voigt wns .Hriick in the head with a cream can and remained unconscious for several hours. Both cars were badly damaged. SILOS GO DOWN BEFORE BIG WIND Whittemore Suffers from Windstorm Saturday. 200 Chickens Killed Sunday to visit their mbttwr. Mlrs. Anna Sohrlor. who was very low. They had Just arrived there n few minutes when she dtod. Frank Brstrnlehnor was greatly shocked Thursday morning when IIP received the news that his brother. Matt had been killed in «n nutn wreck at Ottumwa during the night. Mr. BestrnlehrKT and son. Francis, left ni once for Oltumwn. The juniors and seniors of Presentation academy presented their class play- Sunday evening, entitled "When Smith Stepped Out." Those taking part were, Verona Kaschmttter. Catherine Priester Mflrjorie Elbert. Annette Bestrn- lehner. James Kelso. Urban Elbert. Francis Fnrrell and Thomas Farrell. Mrs. Roman Eisenbac.her entertained her relatives at. n miscellaneous shower Tlnirsdny evening in honor of Lorraine Combes, who is soon to marry Arnold Hllbert. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Billy Elbert irceivlne liigh prize and Mrs. Wm. Besch. low. Lunch was served. Miss combes re- prived many beautiful gifts. Mrs. .T O. Downs nnrt hrr mother, Mrs. N. H. Raskopf accompanied by Sister M. MwcelUne and Sis'er M. Ber- ilda spent Saturday afternoon at Mr>- c -on City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Arndorfrr «r«* rejoicing over the arrival of a 9Ms pound boy nt t.heir home flafurd.iy morning. Tliis is their fourth child, but first, boy. A good sized crowd attended the firJt baseball gnme of the season on the lo- rn[ diamond Sunday afternoon with Wesley playing the locals. The garnet was won by Wesley by n score of R to S. Trunkhlll, both of Burt. Prairie— AJf Studer. Wesley. Daley, Corwith. Mary Ra'msey—Albert Schiltz. Bancroft Mrs. C. C. Freeark, Lakdta. RlverdaK-—C. K. Schoby. Bode, Mrs Wm. Runchey, West Bend. Seneca—Fred Brown, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, both, of Penton. Sexton, M. H. McEnroe, Mr*. Belle Black, both of Algona. Sherman—Simeon Leigh, Irvington Helen Blumer. Llvermore. Springfield—L. H. Junkcrmeier, Mil dred Sharp, both of Elmore. Even before curtailment of governmental benefits for the disabled, a vast amount of relief and rehabilitation work was lent for the Legion and Auxiliary to do," Mrs. Naudaln explained. 'Federal economy measures last year ncreased this greatly. Because of the inflexibility of laws nnd the necessary t--chnlcallties guarding governmental cxpendtures. the government was never able to reach all the needy disabled and now the number left without gov- rnment aid is larger than ever before "Here in Algona our unit of the American Legion Auxiliary has a constant relief and rehabilitation problem. Disabled veterans are under a severe handicap wh<-n they compete with able- bodied men for employment, even in good times, nnd under present condl- (tlons their situation is frequently desperate. The American Legion and Auxiliary always have been their friends in need and with the help of those who wear the poppy Saturday, we will continue to be during the coming year." The Auxiliary women who will distribute the popplies will work as volunteers MMJ fcU of the money oorrtibuted for the little red flowers of remembrance will go to the rehabilitation and child welfare funds of the Legion and Auxiliary. Motheni' Day Tea The Mothers' Day frea held at the community room at Good Hope was attended by 45 ladies. A very pleasant jrogram was given under the direction of the program commKtce who were Ada Hoflus, Cor.i Reid and Mary De Graw. A solo. "Mother Mine" was sung by Rev. Wood. Ethel Smith read. 'The Origin of Mothers' Day." Mrs. Minnie Sarchett gave Mothers' Day poetry. A play. "Mothers' Day" was given by six little girls. Ruth. Mary Lee and Betty Dearchs, BeB'y and Lettie Sarchett and Virginia Mlttag. A recitation was given by Ralph Taylor. Another playlet, "Mrs. Brown's Visitors" was given by Jean Marie Sarchett Ruth and Mnry Lee Dearchs. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen and their daughter, Frances and Christina Gould spent Sunday (Mo<thers' Day) at the B. Gould home! Mrs. Gould was remembered with a plant. Mrs. S. C. Spear and her grandson, George Call and small son of Sioux City were callers at the Louis Bode home Sunday. Mr. Call looks after his grandmother's farm interests. Lena Houesholder has b«n nt Fenton the past two weeks assisting with the work nt the Ralph Riedel home. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Householder and children drove to Fenton Sunday bringing Lcona home with them. The academy at Algona. observed last Thursday by giving the pupils a vacation. There are several children from Union who attend nnd those graduating from there this year are LeRoy e:offel. Frances Winkel nnd Mabel Kohl. Those from Union grndunting from the public sdhool are Merwin Whittemore: Wind did considerable damage in this territory on Saturday morning. A number of silos were blown down, many were smashed to pieces, and others were slightly damned Many brooder houses were blown over Mrs Leo Waldschmidt lost 200 chickens when her breeder house was blown over. Mrs. Herman Gade is on the sick list this week. Florence Lynch visited her uncle, Arthur Lynch over the week end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Droessler visited Gardner, Lucille Bode Knudsen. and Dorlys FENTON LADY DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Pernicious Anemia Claims Mrs Christian Widdel, Leaves Large Family Change to Sturdy Chick Starting and Growing Mash CiUAKANTEEU ANALYSIS Crude Protein, not less tan ' Crude Fat, not less than • • •; Crued Fibi«. not more Uian I CARBOHYDRATES 1 Nitrogen, free extract, not less than • ^ Added Minerals ' INGREDIENTS Ground Yellow Corn, Ground Hulled Oats Meat and Bone Meal. Ftah Meal Wheat Middlings, Corn Gluten Feed, LUu*>ed Oil Meal. Bran Dred Milk Alfalfa Leaf Meal, Wheat Germ. Dehydrated Orange SrdlltwT Oil, Yea,t. Calcium. Phosphate. Salt. loduie, Iron Oxide. Manufactured by Anderson Grain and Coal Co. per cent pnid by the bank since it wns losod. Ed Bcrgeson, living of town. Is planting eighty acres in potatoes this •ear. Mr. Bergeson Is the son-in-law of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Finnestad of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prlebe nnd Mrs. Herman Lu'-dtkc drove to Savannah Missouri, Sunday where the latter will ^WJWWJ^^^ Garden Equipment —and— Sporting Goods Specials GARDEN HOSE All rubber hose, 50 ft. coupled __$2.25 >>5 ft — -$1.25 (joodyear Hose, 2 braid 50 ft. coupled --$3.95 Fenton: Mrs. Christian Widdel passed away at her home last week Monday morning after an Illness of more than two years with pernicious anemia During much of that time <tfi3 ha." been under ft doctor's care anu. suffered Intensely the last two weeks of he- life. Julia Faust was born January 17 1854, ac Gross Hain, Saxony county Germany, and died May 7, 1934 nt thi age of 80 years. When two years o age she came with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry Faust, to America am located near Fre-tport, Illinois. A few years later they moved to a farm neai Waterloo, in Blackrmwk county. Oi November 11, 1878. she was united in marriage to Christian Widdel. To thi- 1 union was born eight chlldix.ii. Three sons, Edward of Madella, Minn.. Walter and Harry of Fenton, live daughters, Mnry Fink of Waterloo, Anna Boevers of EIReno, Oklahoma, Carrie Haase of Fairmont, Minn., Minnie Welsbrod and Bv'rlha Welsbrod both of Fenton. In 1804. Mr. and Mr.s. Widdel moved to a farm .southwest of town when- they lived until 1016 when they moved to Fenton and have made this their home since. She leaves to mourn her loss: her hubband, eight children, twenty-two grand children, twenty-one great grand children, bo-sides four slst-crs, Mrs. Lewis Wegener and Mrs. Lizzie Funk of Algona, Kate Repp of Waterloo and Lousa Eckerman of Los Angeles, California. One brother and one sister, Coon .tnd Mary Faust niwded her in death. Pall bearers were her six grand children, Harry, Leonard. William, Enrle and Glenn Haase and Merwin Widdel Attending tile funeral from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haase of Oonnt-Uson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Widdel ol Madelia. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. G.'ein Haase and Mr. and Mrs. Forresr Whlsler of Woolstock, Mr.s. Coon Faust William and August Widdel and Mary Fink of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. John Widd 1 and two daughters of RHd- land. Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock by the Rev J T. Snydtr. Interment was mad,- in the Methodist cemetery .-outh of town Death of Harold Borcluirdt Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon from the St. John's Lutlu-i'an tiurch at two o'clock for Harold Boi- chardt who passed uway at the Kosuth hospital last week Wednesday al- «rnoon following an appendicitis op- ration. He was born November 16. consult with doctors concerning a growth. Mrs. Mary Harsch who has been employed at the Chris Widdel home for the post two weeks, left Thursday for n visit with relatives in Swea City before returning to her home in Algona. Leo Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs John Wallace, was critically ill last week with pneumonia. Miss Fox, trained nurse from Whittemore Jias been In charge slno; Thursday. He is Improving. Many silos were reported blown over by the high wind Saturday forenoon. Also some barns were moved off the foundations. Windmills nnd other bulld- ing-s were blown over. In some places larg: trees were uprooted. Several cases of scarlet fever nre reported. The A. R. Wilrtt and Mino Behrends home are under quarantine. The .school board met Monday morning and decided to close school, instead of waiting until the regular closing date, May 25. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Klennne, Ralph Wolfo and a friend from WuU"'- loo and Mr. and Mr.s. Calvin Householder and children, Katluyn Miie, Ruth Ellen and diaries of Lone Rock were entertained at the W. R. Wolfe home Sunday. Superintendent M. E. Otlcrne.sii and John Deinpsey met with an automobile accident Sunday evening, returning from a gome of golf at Rlngsted. The accident was caused by a flat tire. Both escaped wlihcut serious injury. The car was badly damaged. W. P. Wel-brod lost four> ia.a week by a- rioLson called botulism. T'.iis poison Is liberated by a certain organism and persons or animals eating iood thus infected usually dl '. The .symptoms usually appear within 24 to 48 hours after eating the food. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. SUx'ber and .son, Wilfred and daughter. Gladys spent Mothers' day at the Oliver Stoebci home in Armstrong. They were, accompanied oy Mr.s. Emma Curry whc visited at the home of her daughter Mrs. E. L. Baker and family. Tlu> Woman's club held their inert- ing at. the. home of Mr.s. E. K- Johnson last week Tuesday afternoon. Mr.- Ernest Voottler was nssi.-tant hosU .;.The n.'Xt nnd last nu-eiing will be held Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denier Monday. Helen Farrell nnd Miss Howe of Forest City spent Sunday with Mrs. Nel Farrell. Pal ricift Weir nnd Violn Balgemnn both registered nurses, are nt LuVeriv n cases. Charles Schcmmel of Rlngsted is th lew clerk employed in Irene Roonev jrocery store. Mr and Mirs. Marttii Meyer an amily of Garner .-pent Sunday wit ocnl relatives. Mr and Mrs. Will Reimers visited n short time with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Bocttcher at Bum J. S. Cullen nnd son. Ed, where n*, Elknder Friday attending the funeral of John Donahue. Eva Simpson who teaches nt Parkers- bui-g. .'pent the week end with her sister, Mr.s. Will Reimers. Ignatius Bestcnlehnor and his son, Ignatius of Musoatlne vlslU-d Frank Be3;enlehncr Monday. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mrs. Jule Arndorf-rr and family of Igona spent Sunday afternoon nt 'he Vm. Arndorfer home. Miss Caroline Armlorfer wns sori- usly 111 last Friday and Saturday, but t this writing is slowly Improving. Mrs. John Grnngenett and dnu«ii- er, Mnrte nnd Mrs. Anna Huschka >re shoppers nt Algonn Inst. Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. E. Armlorfer and family spent Sunday evening at the lome of his mother, Mrs. Rose Arn- lorfer. Joe Arndorfor, Jr.. son of Joe Arndorfer. ST., of Mott. North Dakota, Arrived here Inst week and is visiting; ils uncle, John Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bl'eich nnd daughter, Mary Jane of Titonka nt- tcnded church services here Sunday nnd also witnessed the ball game. Mrs. C. Immerfnll returned lost week Wednesday from Mitchell, South Dakota, where she had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Jones Announcing My ('audidaey for Sheriff On the B*pnbHoan Tlrhef Subject to the will of the voters al the June Primaries. Your suppor will bo appreciated. Gilbert Hargre^ves Bird Baths, all steel easily moved $1-65 Croquet Seta— 4 ball sets $1.45 <> ball sets ___$1.95 (» ball professional set iu carrying ease --$4.95 Kitten ball bats 50c, 75c Kitten Balls 25c, 65c, 85c, $1.00 Coaster Wagous, all steel body, large size, 1" rubber tires $3.75 All brass nozzle 25c Lawn Sprinklers, all brass, round 65c Revolving type 75c Velocipedes— Tubular heavy frames, 1 ineh. tires with splash guard and steps on rear axle, ball bearing. Hi" front wheel __$5.25 20" front wheel __$6-25 Boys' chain pocket knives, good quality 25c Complete line of Baseball Equipment Kohlhaas & Spilles gvwjwvwwwwvywwwwvwyvyw ;it th-:- home of Mrs. Klmer Wt'isbrod June 1^, witji a covered dLsli luncheon Mr.s. E. W. Husk I- t-nU-rlaineil he bridge club Friday evening This wa. Uiu last meeting of tin- club this year. Mr.s. W. T. Ohm received high score honors. Mrs. A. J the second high, Mrs. F. J. W-isbrod. the consolation prize and AJJIHIS GoeUsch. a RiieH 919, at Fenton, the second child of, prize. Otto arid Rosa Borchardt. He wa.s Confirmed in Die, Lutheran church a •ear ago. He was 14 years old and a •ophomore in high school. He Is sur- ived by his parents, two brothers and wo sisters, namely: Leqna, Verdell, Virgil and Ervln. Tlie pall bearers were his school mates and mernb. ra of ils class: Eugene Newel, Edward Lindsey. Raymond Schmidt, Lloyd Kern, iarlan Kramer and Fernasdes Fauer- jy. Burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery 1 north of town His unel&s. Olck Borchardt of the Quartermaster's corps, Fort Omaha, Nebraska, and R. G. Borchardt of Minnesota were pre-sent [or the funeral. The town baseball team played a re- t-uin game with Whittemore on the local diamond Sunday. They wert defeated 7 to 3. Mr. ana Mrs. Earl Dean spent Mother's day at the Ralph Stuinbo home at Kanawha. Mrs. Stuinbo also celebrated her birthday anniversary. Doiothy Dreyer, daughter of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer was hit by a kiUenball bat and several stitches were necessary to cloae the wound which was above the eye. The closed Pmton State Bank paid iU depositors a U-n per cent dividend Saturday This uiatea a total of 99 Mr. and Mr*. Wesley Householder and family of Algona were Sunday dinner gUfsts at the. liome of their Winfleld Carlisle, student at Ames, spent a few days with his parents. Mitt nd Mrs. Ray Carlisle. Edward Farrell Is substituing or the mail route for Frank Farrell, while itive latter Is at St. Paul. Mr and Mrs. Albeit Elsete and fam Uy of Blue Eaith, Minn., spent Bunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Eisele. Ruth Balgeman who teaches a Sheffield spent the week end with he parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balge man. T. A. Swnnson and Tonv Keene ar< repairing the roof on the Swan.son gar age now occupied by Poirot & Schatt .'chneidcr. Mr. and Mr.s. Jim Geelan and .son Jimmy .spent Sunday with Mr.s Geelan's parents. "Mr. nnd Mrs. P. J. Schiltz at Port Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode tint: family of Ccrwith spent, Sunday witli Mr.s. 'Bode'.s parents, Mr. and Mr.s Joseph El'ele. The Junior choir and altar boys of he St. Michael's church enjoyed their innual picnic Monday at the Call State Park in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Cha.s. Kenning of Keo- cuk visited Mr. and Mr.s. Ralph Bartett Saturday. Mrs. Kenning Is u sister of Mr. Bartlett. The approaching marriage of Arnold HUbert and Lorraine Combes wus announced in St. Michael's Catholic church last Thursday. MJ- and Mrs. M. W. Fan-ell and Mr. Hid Mrs. Will Fandei nnd baby were at, Ufinsen Thursday visiting their son and brother, Father Edward Fandei. St. vi' Cole of Cedar Falls spent. Sun- clay with Mr. and Mr.s. J. S. Cullen. He, was accompanied home by Mr.s. Cole and Jerry who has ,s;x-nt the past three weeks here and at Emnifihburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farivll went to St. Paul Friday to attend their daughter, Gertrude's graduation. She has completed h- r nurses's training. They will also vl-at Mr. and Mrs. Will Ke- lioe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Exl .Smith. Mr. Mrs. I) W. Smith <>i Hurt. Mr. Mrs. Sunnier Parsons of Algona, Mr and Mrs. Carl Waugr of Lakota spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr.s. John Jennings and family AiiioiiK Ih&nc who at tended the Mul 11- stenlehner funeral at Algona Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavunaugh Mr and Mrs. Lewi> Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. H. W- Geelan. Mr. and Mr.s. Martin UiK-y. Phil, Mike and Joe Besch. O. J Kaschniitter, Richard miller, Mrs. August Elbert, Mr.s. Fred Kollasch went to Wilmont, Minn., on UMBER Does your root' leak* Arc you planning to remodel 1 Will you build this year * In any event we can supply your needs. Shingles, Lumber, < Vnient 'Paint! Ome in and get our estimates. We sell in any amounts from a plank to a carload. BOTSFORD Lumber Company .Mm Pool, Mgr. ami and VUVJWUVWVJ ^.O.OJM6WK8»3»^»<«»»^ HALLIGAN'S § CREST COFFEE l-lb. Vacuum Jar It is a vi'i'v jiood piece of goods. The quality of our other groceries such as "Richelieu" and "Baby Stuart" Brands can not he surpassed at the prices we are asking for them. Also cheaper grades and lower prices can be had. AKRE'S Phone 290-291 and use our Free Delivery Service § ia <0 ! &X3 a &XX^^ That Combines Price with Satisfaction The entire printing department of The Algoiiu Upper l)es Moines is at your service in your printing needs. 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