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The AlgonA Upper D«8 Koines, Algona, Iowa, July 12,1934 IRVINGTON SCENE OF INTERESTING HAPPENINGS DURING PAST WEEK Annual School Board Meet. Much Damage Suffered in ! Electrical Storm Irvlngton: The Irvlngton township school board held Its annual meeting •July 2 at the center school. L. C. Hutchins, secretary, called the meeting (to order. Mr. Hatching and H. J. Skill- Jng were again reelected to fill the position of secretary and treasurer respectively and M. L. McEnroe was reelected president. The regular routine of business followed. A committee of M. L. McEnroe, Armour Lempke and John Schultz was named to investigate the school condition at Irvlngton and to negotiate with the elevator company for the use of the elevator house or rearrange the present school house. Lightning Kills Cow The electrical storm last -Thursday evening did considerable damage In this vicinity. In many Instances, the corn was either broken off or layed flat on the ground. Five telephones on line 27 were burned completely out which deadened the entire line. Consequently Myron Ludwig was secured to repair the damages and get the line in working order. Plaster in one room a the Chas. Egel home was Jarred loose from the walls. A fuse was burne< out on the main high line of the Irv- lngton electric line and a milk cow was struck by lightning belonging to the M. E. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe are the parents of a new baby girl. George Godfrey of Ames was a visitor at his farm over the week end. Oran Hudson and baby daughter of went to Hill Cttty, Minn., last Tuesday on a fishing trip, gone a week. They were to be Burt are visiting at the Chas. Egel home this week. John Bockes and Ben Terhune both lost valuable horses last week from sweet clover poisoning. Stanley Gallant and Donald Frankl The Scheppman race horse placed fourth in one of the running races at the 4th of July celebration held at the fair grounds. Miller Bros, of Algona completed the new bam for Ralph Brown last week which was almost completely demolished by a wind storm several weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Prank Dltsworth were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Gross of Union township. For several years the two families were neighbors on the Ridge road. The Cresco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday at (the home of Mrs. Walter Barr. Miss Edith Reed gave two piano selections and Phyllis Maxwell and the little Harr girl gave readings. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown have adopted Into their home a little four year old boy, named Bobby, who they secured from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. The Browns have one other child, a girl. Mrs. George Killer Is recovering from a very painful accident sustains recently while chopping wood. Th stick hifa her Just below the right eye It was Indeed fortunate that the eye proper was not injured. Due to the Inclemency of the wea ther the Friendly Hour club of River- neighborhood, has written to friends that she is now located at Ft. Collins, Colorado, and has obtained employ ment with a cosmetic company as saleslady. Florence la one of Kossttth popular rural teachers and is vacation Ing during the summer months. Friends here who attended the Meth odlst church at Algona during Rev Taylor's pastorate will be glad to the family are all well and are stil residing at Portland, Oregon, wher Rev. Taylor is still pastor of the Firs M. E. church there. Last Sunday Mr and Mrs. Herbert Ostlind, of Salem Oregon were guests of the Taylors and they all motored to Mt. Tabor where they spent the day. Mrs. OsUind wil be remembered as Myrtle Mulllca who lived here with her parents many years ago. Mrs. W. F. Mullica of Ortonvllle Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Mulllca and two children of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Frank Swenger of Lake City, Iowa, were all week end guests a* the George Hackman home on the Airline. Mrs. Mulllca Is a sister of Mr. Hackman dale township did not hold their annual picnic on the 4th. However, the meeting was held on Wednesday afternoon at the Robert Casey home with Mrs. Ray Fitch as assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley were tin guests 4th of July at the Frank Seeley home north of Whittemore, parents of Harry. Mrs. Seeley has not been In the best of health recently and is now confined to her bed. Many years ago she lived with her parents on the Ridge road and will be remembered by older residents as Mary Finnell. Miss Florence Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Black of the Rich Point rmtmg That Combines Price with Satisfaction The entire printing department of The Algona Upper Des Moines is at your service in your printing needs. For little jobs or for big runs of extravagantly planned literature, we are equipped to .-ewe you. Our Pi-ices Will Please You. Let Us Bid on That Next Job. The Algona Upper Des Moines and John is Mrs. Mullicas' son. They returned to their home at Ortonvill* on Monday. Mrs. Mulllca la managing the Ortonvllle foundry since the death of her husband last year and during the summer months is being assisted by ler son. The remainder of the year he teaches industrial arts in one of the Detroit high schools. irvington residents in general trekked around locally for a safe and sane 4th. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wooster were at the Cleve Stewart home. Idabelle Feltor of Burt visited with Georga Anne Geigel. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye of Mason City were at the Ralph Lage home. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller, Alvin Webers, Ben LEDYARDK-BALL TEAM WINS 2 OF 3 Burned By Fire Cracker Carelessly Thrown in Street Last Saturday where they met the L. M. Terhunes, Chas. Egels, Henry Schepp- mans, John Schultzs, Hal Shillings, C. J. Sills, Hugh Raneys were at Algona. The Joe Erdmanns were at Fort Dodgf accompanied by John Stiles. The Clayton Johnsons were at Wesley where* they gave a dance In the evening to friends. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mickelson of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 'hillips and daughter of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of Spencer were ruests at the Perry Phillips home. fresco Man May Lose First Finger From Infection Cresco: B. F. Sparks, having suffer- d many weeks with infection in his eft hand due to a cut on the second Inger, has lost the nail and had the x>ne scraped recently and It is feared he will lose the first Joint. Lewis Wildin, ST., is suffering from heumatism. George Brazee has been on the sick list for a week. C. H. Potter is now recovering from an attack of summer flu. Miss Mary Wildin is now in Des Moires traveling for a company. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Germann were at St. Benedict Monday attending the funeral of Frank Erdmann. Messrs. H. I. Sabtn, J. M. Cox and T. E. Harr were at Albert Lea. Minn., on business Thursday. Mrs. Earr accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haynes lelt on Thursday for their home in Peoria HI., after a few days' visit with Carl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hayne Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly and sons and George Sparks spent the 4th at Whittemore. Darrell Sparks spent the 4th and 5th in Algona at the W. L Martin home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagie of eDnnUon Colorado, who have been visiting the letter's sister, Mrs. D. S. Wildin, went last week Monday to Aurora, Minn., on business and returned Thursday. They left Friday for their home. Mrs. Wildin accornpaned them. Glasses Pitted and Repaired A. W. Amunson Optometrist First Door South Tall Thctai-e. FIRST ON PAPER lilt-phone lino ... building) ... equipment.. . all are worked uut on paper before construction begin*. Careful planning and engineering U essential to your telephone tervice. Engineer*, operator*, builderi, re* pairmen, tenter*, iiutulleri... nearly 275,000 person* throughout the country in kcore* of telephone job* work together to pro\ide the »crvice you have and u*e. AT YOUR SERVICE L-J Our Aim —to provide adequate, de- ptud*tble aiid plcuoiiig tcii-uhoaiu toertice . . . and to do bo ut tiio iottc&l coal to the public cou- bitlfii! \tilb. fuir Irculiijtiit of * i^.jiioj* ce& ««nii liic luori- tuazi a juiiiiuu liu-ii uiifi xouicii »im fiati; imt-oUj tliuif bu". i.ijio i.i the buatutt"}. Ledyard: The kittenball team has played several games this past week On'last Monday night they played Lakota here and defeated them 7 to 0. On Sunday afternoon they played a double header with Algona. The first game Ledyard won 4 to 0 and the second AJgona- won 6 to 5. Burned by Firecracker Errtn Kramersmeler had his mouth quite seriously burned by a fire crack- r which was carelessly thrown In the treets of Lakota last Saturday night. "he wound was treated by Dr. Devine nd lock Jaw serum was given. Margaret Howe of Bancroft called at UK Blanche J'jnks home Saturday. Frank Wiemer and I. C. Smith of Arnold's Park were here on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke visited at the Jensen home in Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hflferty and Mrs. J. T. Welfare were Algona shoppers Friday afternoon. Mrs. Chris Gelhaus has been confined 10 her home by an attack of the rheumatism. Mrs. Aielt Troff will be hostess to the German Reform Aid at her home Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green anrl son, Elwood have visited the past week at Hubbard and Baxter. Mrs. E. G. Rich and Mrs. Paul Cooper of Fairmont visited at the L. W. Wiemer home Friday. Ixon Worden and Asa Warner are building a new corn crib and granary on the Ed Reece farm. Alice Hagge had the misfortune to break a bone in her wrist Saturday while cranking their car. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson of Blue Earth visited Sunday at the parental Fred Bauman home. The Women's Foreign Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Joe Mayne. Mr .and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne and children of Armstrong visited Sunday at the Carrie Steinberg home. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne and family attended the Standard Oil Live Power parade In Algona Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and children of Guckeen, Minn., spent Sunday at the Chris Gelhaus home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry, Connie Ruth and Thomas drove to Rochester to visit relatives over the week end Mrs. Henry Brand of Hollandaie, Minnesota, visited over the 4th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Gelhaus. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and son Jerry visited over the week end at th home of Mr. Lauritzen's sister in Det Molnes. Gerald Warner of the CCC camp a Eldora visited at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner ovei the 4th. Darrell Hunt and Miss Louise Labeck of Sioux City visited over the 4th a the home of Mr. Hunt's sister, Mrs. Roy Link. Mrs. Gerald Ellis and children of Ames have visited this past week and this at the home of her si'ter, Mrs. Wm. Poppe. Mrs. Henry Dyer, Irene, Joe and Robert drove to Cylinder Saturday to visit Mrs. Dyer's mother, Mrs. Moore, over Sunday. Irene Dyer who is working in Minneapolis is enjoying a vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson and sen. Calvin of Sanborn, Iowa, visited Friday and Saturday at the home of their son, Cecil. Rev. ar.d Mrs. A. A. Depping and son Elvin returned home Saturday from Monticello, wtere they had been attending a church meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kranif-r and soni, Claude and Paul and Mrs. John Kram-sr all of Webster Citv visited at the HarUhom home Sunday. Miss McCullough of Windom, Minn , visit-; cl Tuesday with her friend. Lloyd Haher.soi: On Wednesday they drove to Sioux Rapids to visit friends. Mr. ar.d Mrs. George Jacobson and family of Mat a wan, Minn., and his lather of Kenosha, Wisconsin, called la.-!, Wecinc-iday at the Gui. Anderson home. Mr .and Mrs. Albert Barr.es and .son Albert, and Mr. and Mrs. Af-iit TrofI and .'.on v_-,;tid Sunday ;U the home 01 Mr. . Ban.iv>' mother, Mr-,. ErirksMi nt Arnu-tioi.;,'. Mr. and Mr.s. George Dunn and <-r,r. : , Paul, H'-Ward and George and Billy MuDor.ald left Saturday for a trip to Chicago and then on to Indiana to v..yt Mr. Dunn's parents. Mrs. Arthur Randolph and two caughter.-, who hav-i- been visiting the pa.st two weeks at the home cf her -Miter, Mr.v L. C. Strand, returned on Thursday to her home in Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Nuenltldt arid family o: Minneapolis and Mis.s Opal Nuenltldt ot Iowa Falls visited ov<r th<: week end at the home of Mr. Nuen- lt kit's sifter. Mrs. Howard Mayne. On Thursday afternoon the M. E. | Ladic.-. Aid and friends and families I will hold a picnic at the park. Every- j one U asked to bring sandwiches and a co'.er,d cLih and their own dishes and tilvtr. Three Ltdyard boys played on th? Lake Mi!!.s ball team July 4th at 1hi.-D)]jsoii. They were Frank Moul- to.i, Kiii;.; Krarnersrneier. and R'.-uben Green. Hubert Cfctyernian, lormfcrly of this p'.nce also played. Mr ar.d Mrs. Wm. Wiemer and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson left Saturday night for a week's vacation in Chicago ;.i.d at ;J,L Century of Progress. Mrs. J. C Underitofler of Britt is running in-.- djug jiore during Mr. Peterson's ab. ti,oe. Kei.iii-tii Thompson returned home l-.-.t, Tuesday alter a two weeks' visit at in.- i.oii. • ol his bi^tlH-r. Milton in Siuux C:'y. Mr. and Mrs. G-torge Ti;u:ijp..<_:i cro\e to Storm Lake and ti:'.-re met U:e Milton Thompson and el'jo><.-u u uiciiic there. Tliiiier Hiiivtr- Mid Mrs. Martin CM»W« Grant went to Htftan and field Saturday wnere they wfll over the week end »t the Herman O«>le and Ed ohrUt homes. Cfleo, Jean and Marjorie O«W« are visiting their aunt, Mrs. George Heetland In L ta during their mother's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield. Mrs. Medith Burger of Titonka spent Thursday and Friday visiting with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and children of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Baker and children of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daugh- ,er, Mrs. John V. Huff and family. The Sexton Ladies Aid are having a guest day at the church next week on Thursday afternoon, July 19th, enter- aining four other Aids. Everyone is invited to come. A number of Sexton people drove to Ugona Friday morning to see the Live Power Parade, put on the the Standard Oil Co., conissting of large mechanl- al animals on cars. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton and children, Yvonne, Laura, Ruth Irene and Calvin of Britt were visitors the th of July at the home of Mrs. Straton's mother, Mrs. Wise. Mrs. Joseph Fraser and children at- ended a family reunion at the Roy Sarchett home north of Algona Sunday. There were 82 members of the amllles present and everyone enjoyed the day. Bex and Mitch Taylor left Friday of ast week with their calf club leader and his wife and other calf club boys or Lost Island where they camped and lad a good time. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Arthur Stueber accompanied Dojph Miller and Alberta Grosenbach of" Algona to Grinnell last week Tuesday night where they all spent the 4th of July at the Albert Grosenbach home. They returned home Thursday morning. Miss Mable Baker of Mason City and her girl friend, Miss Mary VaCary is visiting at the home of Mable's sister, Mrs. John V. Huff and family. Mary will return to Mason City Thursday but Mable will remain for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley, accompanied by Mrs. Laura Francis, left on Friday morning for Illinois, the Hart- leys for Pontiac and Mrs. Francis for Forrest. They spent Friday night with relatives in Waterloo, going on Saturday morning. The Sexton Young people drove to Clear Lake Sunday to spend the day picnicking. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, Mare and Mary Harris, MUton Giddings, EdiUi Greenfield, Arthur Stueber, Wilber Steven, and Herman and Nell Wise. Everyone enjoyed the day. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and family drove to Clear Lake the 4th Dale's Barents and other relative* for » picnlcdlnner. Their little daugto- ter;phyllis, who h*d been visiting with her grandparents at Goodeil the past two weeks; returned home with her parents. Mir. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo drove to Mason City last week Thursday, where they visited with Mrs. Klrsch- baum'a father, C. I/, fflsenman of Britt, who is in the Mercy hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nail of Stilson accompanied the Kirschbaums to Mason City. Mrs. Nail is a sister of Mrs. Kirschbaum and another daughter of Mr. Eisenman. LOTTS CREEK NEWS BUI Fuerstenau had the misfortune to have a horse killed by lightning during a storm one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich took their daughter, Mildred to Fort Dodge Monday to have her tonsils removed. The quarterly congregation meeting will be held at the church next Sunday, July 15th at 2 p. m. The board will meet, on FfrOday evening <at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Leonard Kressln and son and Vfr. and Mrs. Helmuth Mlndeman of Barney, North Dakota, have been vis- ting at the Walter Krause and Fred Jentz homes. The Lotte Creek baseball team defeated the Fentem team on July 4th, but was defeated by Whlttemore the same day. Letts Creek also defeated Curlew here on Sunday by a score of 8 to 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob of Algona attended the funeral of Henry Jacob of Austin, Minn., on Tuesday. Fred and John are brothers of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. August Ahmdt and Mrs. Henry Rusche accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. Boye of Ocheydan and all visited at the Flene home Sunday. The Rev. Boye preached at the mission festival in the forenoon. Nick Gengler motored to Omaha last Extraordinary Bargain Feature at the Annex Chrischilles & Herbst We offer at this popular bargain store, over 1000 toilet articles and cosmetics— toilet water, face powder, rouge, hand lotion, bath salts, tooth paste and many others, choice lOc Special Care for light and colorful WARM WEATHER FABRICS While flannels, pay prints, dainty chiffons arc a p»«>(l test of a cleaner's skill. We know that our workmanship will more; than satisfy. ELK Cleaners & Tailors Phone :j;M) We Deliver. jwywwvwrwwvvwvi^^ Friday to purchase ft load of twine. Be WM accompanied by his daughter, Phyllis, who visited with an aunt a* LeMars. Mr. Gengler and Phyllis returned home the same day. . ,. n Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and daughter, Verdell and Mrs. August Boettcher left for a vWt at the Paul Schmidt home at Niagara, North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Potrate are taking care of the Boettcher farm during the Boettchen' absence. The mission festival was very well attended by all the neighboring congregations. The band accompanied the* congregation during the services. The men's octet and the school children sang at the services. At noon the Ladies' Aid served a free lunch to over 400 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Laabs entertained the following families on July 4th: the Charles Geilenfeldts of near Algona, the Bill Dreyers, the Art Dreyers, the Wm. 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