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JPhe Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 23,1934 MICHAEL CHRIST SERVICES, BURIAL HELDATLAKOTA «, Three Daughters, seven sons Survive; Deceased Was Pioneer of 40 Years Lakota: Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Lutheran Church for Michael Christ, ST., who passed away Wednesday afternoon at the horn-? of his daughter, Mrs. Adolph Poppe, northeast of town. Mr. Christ, who has not been in the best of health for some time, suffered a stroke a week ago Sunday. Rev. A. P. Boese, pastor of the local church, had charge of the services and burial was made In the cemetery beside his wife who pnssc-d away a number of years ago. Mr. Christ leaves three daughters, Mrs. Adolph Poppe and Mrs. Henry Boettcher of this place and Mrs. Otto Englebart of near Ledyard, also seven sons, Leonhard, Ernest, August, Michael, jr., carl, Fred and George, all residing in this vicinity. Mr. Christ wae born in Germany and was almost eighty years of age. He had lived in this vicinity for forty years. Raymond Winter was on the sick list several days last week, suffering from the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and two daughters and Albert Koppen were Algona visitors Thursday. The Lutheran Ladles Missionary society met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. L. Nltz. The Rev. Frerklng fmaily who are spending their vacation at Twin Lakes were here a short time Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams have been spending a few days the past week on a vacation in Minnesota . Wm. and Dallas Trenary and Ted Green left Wednesday evening for a visit with relatives and friends In Indiana. Miss Wanda Olson of Rowan, spent several days the past week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. A, K. Fedge. J. A. Lee and Iver Okland and J. E. Ukena drove to St. Paul last Wed- .nesday where Messrs Lee and Okland purchased lambs. Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Miss Emma Gutknecht were at Bancroft last Friday where they took a number of 4-H girls to a meeting. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rlppentrop, Tabe Loats, Hugh Lewis and Carmen and Hulva Sanden were Mason City visitors one day this week. Mrs. Sanden of Lake Mills spent a few days here this week with her daughters, the Misses Hulva and Carmen at the telephone office. The Misses Marcella fcnd Viola Thaves returned home from Mason City the fore part of the week, where they had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Maude Hamilton and son, Robert, Jr., and Mrs. Wm. Turley spent the past week in Chicago where they attended the Century of ProRress. Mr. and Mrs. s. P. Powers and daughter, Catherine and niece, Dorothy Klrby, visited friends at Algona Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. B. E. Norton of Algona, and her daughter, Miss Bernloe Norton of Ketchikan, Alaska, and Merle Norton of Rockford, 111., spent Wednesday at the I. E. Wortman home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ukena and their children, Paul and Dorothy, and Mrs. Ida Ukena spent Sunday at the Geo. Albright home. Mrs. Albright Is a daughter of Mrs. Ida Ukena. Mrs. I. E. Wortman and Gertrude Wortman drove to Blue Earth last Tuesday taking Mrs. Wortman's brother-in-law, Wm. Anderson up to tak* a bus, starting his trip to his home in Alberta, Canada. Miss Dorothy Klrby, who has been spending the past several weeks at the home of her aunt, -Mrs. S. P. Powers and family, left Saturday evening for a ten days' visit with friends in Chicago, and to attend the Worlds Fair. Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson of St. Louis stopped here the fore part of the week for a short visit with old friends and witb their nephew, Rev. F. O. Johnson and wife. They went from here to Sibley to visit with Mrs. Johnson's brother. The S. P. Powers, Ed Looft and Wade Ball families enjoyed a wiener roast at the Wade Bali home last Tuesday evening. The occasion was In honor of Miss Dorothy Klrby who has been a guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. S. P. Powers the past several weeks. Mrs. I. E. Wortman and two sons, Miss Gertrude Wortman and Mrs. Maude Hamilton and son, Robert, drove to Dumont last Wednesday, taking Mrs. Ruth Ewing and six children who had spent a few days et the Wortmans to their home. Mrs. wort- man and Mrs. Ewing nre sisters. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ukena and their children, Paul and Dorothy, and Mrs. Ida Ukena, left Friday morning for cm over Sunday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nlssen and Maynard Ukena, at Jollet, 111., they also planned to drive into Chicago and spend a little tune in seeing the sights at the •rt-t-t- 1 - Monunevcicil ^,. Now Entering Upon Its 44th Year From a small beginning it hag grown to be one of th« largest and best commercial schools in this country. Our courses of study are thorough and practical; our equipment is.modern; our teachers men and women of culture and special fitness for their particular work. We occupy our own fire-proof building. OUR FALL TERM WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 3rd I» YOO PLAN TO TAKE A COMMERCIAL COURSE SEND FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE MANKATO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE MANKATO, MINN. Get Acquainted Party at High School Aug. 24 A program for prospective Algona high school rural ninth grade pupils and their parents will be given Wednesday evening, August 34th, at 8 p. m. at the high school building. The purpose of this program Is to enable the students and parents to get acquainted with each other, with the building, the activities, the program of studies, «tc. The program will in- qlu*. besides the above mentioned things, music by the high school band and refreshments. At this time the pupils may also register for the fall semester by bringing with them admission certificates Issued by the county superintendent. Any pupils not able to attend that, evening may register at the office of the high school building on Saturday, August 25th, or Monday, August 27th. Fentonites Return From 2700 Mi. Trip Penton: Elmer Welsbrod and their children, drove to Klemme last week Monday evening after Mrs. Weisbrod. who returned from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Carl Suckow at Jennings, Louisiana. She accompanied her sisters and brother. They drove 2700 miles and traveled through six different states, taking a different route each way. Their crops are chiefly fruit and vegetables which are very pcod. They have had plenty of moisture until recently. FUNERAL RITES HELD AT SENECA FOR EVERENE CHERLAND, 22 YEARS OLD Had Attended Lone Rock High; 111 Past Several Years raxy&f«%t8^ LONE ROCK NEWS i Mrs. Howard McChesncy and three children who have been visiting at th? parental George Pettlt home nnd with other relatives here, weni. to Minoka. Illinois, Friday to visit at the H. J. Mchome. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J r> HARRINGTON * LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUAKTON II. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Ollice Phone, 421 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 251 B. J. VAN NESS & 0. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Pbone 213-W Algona, low* J. W. Sullivan (dcc'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llntian SULLIVAN, MeMAHON * MNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlc*' formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Hist over Ruxull drug store Office Phone 300 R<>s. Phon* 328 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. t'RETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 441-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osieoputhic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA Gaylord D Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa plione 68 L. A; WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building. Ph«ne 180. ALGONA, IOWA JE. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW OH Ice over Quinby & Krauze Bldg. Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW OHice ovt-r Iowa State Bank Phone 206 p. A. UANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Ottloc over Iowa State Bank Blag Oflice Phone 460-J R*s. 315 ALGONA. IOWA CAUKOL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Po-slolliee Phone 86 E. H. Parwjui* Juilee 1>. *'. Coyle Oiliu.- over Basket Grocery ATT'OKNEYS-AT-LAW Plume B20 Algona, Iowa P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 666 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christeruen Store Phone: Business 166. Rvsidtuce, 47C ALGONA, IOWA DB. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg Phone 133 Res. Phone 1V4 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIAN'S Dr L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 W«-st Sta'e Street OHice Phone 475-W Hes. 475-R AljuiiH. Iowa L. M. Mortician and t'uiivrul Director Phone 11 Algona. Iowa A. V. UEHT1O SIGN SERVICE Over Ffclior Cafe Phone S08-W Coach Clam of Bode visited at the J. M. Blanchard home last Tuesday. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener had his tonsils removed at a hospital In Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders visited at the home of Mrs. Sanders' "mother, Mrs. Clause Helmke In Renwick Sunday. Mrs. Cora Terwilllgter, /Mrs. JulBa Terwilllger and Mrs. Ira Newbrough visited at the A. D. Newbrough home Friday. Mrs. Orville RosendaW returned to her home at Superior after an extended visit at the parental Wm. Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard of Irvington and Mrs. Stabb of LeMars wer-D business callers In Lone Rock last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tuttle of Cedar Falls visited at the Frank Merron home and with relatives In Bancroft last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders and son Clyde of Swea City and Jacob Tscudy of Renwick visited at the Otis Sanders home Friday. The seven months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flalg died Monday morning at the hospital at Whittemore of tubercular meningitis. Donald Blanchard played baseball with the Fairmont team Friday against Bancroft. Donald made a home run and was presented with a new ball bat. ' >.| Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zunkle and Mrs. Roy Zunkle and Mr. and Mrs. Law- rcnce Newbrough vLiite.l at the M. E. Blanchard home ica.- Irvinfjton Sunday. The Mite .society met in the church basement Thursday afternoon. Mrr. W. G. Flaig nnd Mrs. Jay Godden were hostesses. Tho next meeting will be at the- home of Mrs. Claude Whitehill. Mr. nnd Mr. c . Robert Elchenbergcr nnd f.imily of Bancroft, Mr. nnd Mrs.. Del I'rlebc and children of Fenton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Prlobo nnd children viMU'tl at the parental Ernest Priebe home Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Meyers, nnd Iltrbcrt Kniuse of Corwlth nnd Vcl'ma Anderron of Kanawhn were Sunday dinner Riiests at the R. L. Padgett home. Win. Krause accompanied the M' yer.s homo for n visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Fischer and son. Delmer and brother. Jchn SanUon of Mason Cily, who Ls visiting at the Fischer home, drove to Austin Saturday to help Mrs. Fischer's mother. Mrs. Santson celebrated her 92nd birthday. Twonty-foiir attended a surprise birthday party at tin; Clarence Acker.'no home Thursday evening in honor of their son, Marvin's 14:h birthday. Viol and Bernard Eckdahl of Chicaeo and Dotty Murray of Spencer were out of town guests. Sunday dinner guests at the Frederick Schultz home were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schultz nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hanilin and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Joe SUnbrrg, all of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesefeldt and children and Harold and Alma Krueger of Pen ton. Mr. and Mi's. Julius Hansen of Rolfe and Edwin and Evtrett Rieck of Campus, 111., who have been visiting at the Hansen home, visited at the Oscar Earing hmoe Thursday. Edwin returned to his home at Campus Thursday but Everett remained at the Earing horn* for a visit. A party was given at the home of Mrs. Oscar Earing last Tue-day evening in honor of her -liter, Mrs. Howard McChesney of Ciliurnia, who has been visiting v t ivive3 lure. Friday, Mrs. McChesney and children left for Minoka, 111., where they will visit at the H. J. McChesnt-y home. RHEUMATISM Backache AND KIDNEY TROUBLE Drink your rheumatism and kidney troubles away with delicious YERB- AVIDA, one of Nature's greatest blood purifiers. No dope, no diet. Just a few cjps a day of this marvelous tea will quickly, surely and harmlessly cleanse your blood of uric add. Your kidneys will rapidly improve and your backache disappear. You wil notice results the first week, and by drinking Yerbavida continuously instead of ti-ii and coffee, your rheumatism will be permanently relieved. Yei-buvitU u> inexpensive, tot. A large package for only $1.00. If your local druKrfst cannot supply you. «"'- cept no substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yurbuvldu Sales Co.. 612 Sout.bwe.it Bldg., Los Anwics, California. Or a 20-puj;e book "Tin.' Story of YeigaviJa' free on it-guest. For Sale at Lusby's Drug Snore. Lone Rock: Funeral services were held at the Norwegian Lutheran church near Seneca last Wednesday afternoon In charge of Rev. Sande for Everene Jeanette Cherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cherland, who died at her home last Monday morning. Everene Jeanette Cherland was born November 21, 1911, at Hvimboldt, Iowa, and died August 13, 1934. being 22 years, 8 months and 25 days old. She was three years old when her parents moved to Burt. where she liv-"d for the remainder of her life. She attended a rural school near her home and nttended high school at Lon-? Rock. She was taken ill about three years ago and entered Oakdale hospital on November 2, 1931, where she remained until March 29, 1934. At that, time It was her wish to be brought home where she remained until her death. She leaves to mourn her death her parents, three brothers, and three sisters, Amy, Odey, Julian, Myrtle, Ruby and Arlet, besides many other relatives and friends. The local school will start Monday, September 3rd. Gladys and Kathryn Stebritz went to Mason City Saturday to visit until on Tuesday. Viola Riddle of Burt visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Shick, a few days last week. Jim Ackermftn and Ralph Prfcbe made a business trip to Mason City last. Monday. Bernard and Viola Eckdahl of Chicago arrived at the Wm. Nelson home Sunday for an extended visit. The August Birthday tea sponsored by the members of the Mite society will be given Thursday, August 23rd. Roy Alme of McHenry, North Dakota, came last Wednesday for a visit at the home of his brother, Civet Alme. Mrs. A. E. Stephens of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, came last Wednesday for a visit at the home of her brother, H. E. MIcha. Mrs. Ray Bierstedt returned home from Humboldt where she has b?en the past two weeks at the Harold Furnice home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shaser and daughters, Mary and Florence of Botna, Iowa, spent the week end at the Chris Shaser home. Margaret and Gladys Nelson returned to Chicago last Sunday to resume their work after a few week's visit with their parents, the Wm. Nelsons. Mervin Christensen and Bernard Genrtch took some show cattle to Mason City Saturday where they will enter them at the North Iowa Free Fair. Charles Linpenfeltrr returned home last, Tuesday after a visit at various places. Wm. Johnson nnd son. Clifton nnd wife of Manly brought him home nnd visited at the Watson Shick home last Tuesday. Mrs. Mnry Mehren- nnd daughter and husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frrd Johns of PInttville. Wisconsin, left last Wednesday for Ironwood, Michigan, nftor n few days' visit at the H. E. MIcha home. Mrs. Mehrens Is Mr. Mlcha's sister. The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard last Wednesday afternoon. Assitlng hostess was Mrs. W. G. Flaljt. A piano duet by Doris Mae Blanchard nnd Lucille Gen- rtch and a piano solo by Doris Mac* Blanchard were rendered. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Fred Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Chet. Alme and Roy Alme of McHenry. North Dakota. drove to Sutherland Saturday to spend the week end at the home of Mrs. Alme's sister, Mrs. John Sones. Beverly Jean Sones. who has been visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blnnchard accompanied them to her home. The Floyd Gardner family are the owners of ft new Ford V-8. Mrs. Howard Seeley and small son, Craig went to Mason City Saturday to visit relatives a few days . Mary Kaln, R. N., employed in Algona spent the week end at the home 1 of her mother. Mrs. John Kain. Hftrold Gibson returned to his home at Havelock Tuesday after visittnc at. the Wm. Altwegg home since July 4. Catherine Keith accompanied her grandparents, the L. W. Keiths of Al- gona to Wisconsin last week to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaln, 8r., and daughter, Alice of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the Robert Kain, Jr., homo here. Wayne Drone has returned to hia home here after visiting relatives In California and other points In the west for several weeks. Wayne Behnko and li'.tle sister of near Whittemore visited at the home of their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs, Julius Bans last week. Calf Club Members Planning Exhibits The Kossuth County Calf club met Friday evening at eight o'clock at the court house. Fourteen boys and the leaders, Marion Soults and Chester Benson were present. The boys made plans to have a food stand at the fair grounds to raise money for the club treasury. 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