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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moineg, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 OBITUARY OF - FBffON YOUTH Alvin Bierstedt, 23, Laid to Rtest; Appendix had Ruptured Fenton: Funeral services were held last week Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at the 8t. John's iLutheran church for Alvln Bierstedt, the Rev. B, W. Kabelitz, local pastor, officating. Burial was made In the St. Luke's cemetery at Fairvillf. He had been ill for several days with what he considered an attack of the stomach flu Which has been prevalent, in the community. A doctor's diagnosis was acute appendicitis and an Immediate operation was advised, which disclosed that his appendix had been ruptured for some time. He was graduated from the Fenton high school with the class of 1929 and has since been the mainstay on his father's farm northeast of town. Alvin Frederick Theodore Bier- stdet was born to Mr. and Mrs. August Bierstedt, February 19, 1911, in Fenton township and died August 19, 1934, at the hospital in Whlttemore, aged 23 years and six months. He was baptized and confirmed In the Lutheran faith. He is survived by his parents, 4 brothers, Ferdinand, Emil, Clarence and Gustav, three sisters, Mrs. Clara Bierstedt. L«ella and Esther. Out of town relatives attending the funeral services •were: Mr. and Mrs. William Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. August Otto and daughter, Deloncs, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bler- atodt, all of Gaylord, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bowman and family of Fairmont, Minn.; and other relatives from the nearby towns of Burt, Fair- vllle. West Bend and Bancroft. The pallbearers were: Arthur Priebe, Hilbert Hantelman, Alfred Bell, John ij WWW You Can Do Wonders with a Little Paint You'll be surprised how easily you can beautify your home— just by brightening it with paint. You'll like painting . . . and you'll like our paint prices, which are low by every standard. Botsford Lumber Co. • * i fAfJWWW, JIM POOL, M«r. Phone 250. Haack and Henry Wllberg and Walte Jentz, Jr. George Skare went to Radcllffe Sat urday for a visit with his sister. Mar garet and other relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oade and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell o Algona spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji Dclores, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Fisher, had her tonsils removed at Dr. J. A. Mueller's office last Thursday. Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E C. Fauerby, was under a doctor's cara last week with an attack of bronchial trouble. Sam Skare and son, Burton, left on Saturday for Chicago to attend the Worlds Fair. They returned home on Monday. Mrs. Amos Finnestfld, Mrs. W. V. Ya- per, Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards were Estherville business visitors last Thursday. Nettle Weisbrod and Mathilda Kres- -<ln of Fenton and Esther Smith of Swea City went to Lake Superior and Duluth last week for an outing. Marjorte Bailey left this week Monday for Evanstoh, Illinois, where she is a delegate and will attend the national council of Methodist Youth. Vivian Hiiskamp of Chicago, arrived h-rre last week Monday for i two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and other relatives. Stanley Munch left Monday from Fairmont. Minn., for Valky CUr, North Dakota, where he will finish out i the baseball geaso'n with a league t-'f.m. Mrs. L. J. Amlin.i and daughter, Kathryn L"ulse and sister-in-law, Charlotte Amling of Mason City were visitors Friday evening at ths Dr. J. A. Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stofrber and daughter, Gladys ->nd Mr. and Mrs. SIX TEACHERS ON ST. JOE PAROCHIAL STAFF; SCHOOL TO OPEN MONDAY Other News of General In terest to St. Joe (Community St. Joe: The St. Joseph's parochin school opens September 3rd with the following teachers on the staff for th» ensuing year: Sister M. Hiltrude, firsl and second grades; Sister M. Augusta music; Sister M. Claudia, housekeeper; Sister M. Budolpha. fifth and sixth fades; Sister M. Marie Celine, third and fourth grades; Sister M. Hortense 7th, 8th and 9th grades. Bay Stoeber drove to Charles City on Sunday to attend the annuai reunion of the Stoeber family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and children, Anna Bay and Marilyn and Florence Weisbrod left Monday for Des Moincs where the former will consult with doctors at a clinic. Mrs. M. J. Mucker and daughter of Eldorado, California, were visiting with friends here last wefk. Mrs. Mucker was before her marriage, Alice Ahrends and taught In the Fenton public school. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Newel and grandson, Jay Johnson of Kanawha came Friday for a visit at the J. F. Ilewel, G. W. Newel and Frank Bailey homes. The Henry Newels are former Fonton residents. Marjorie Bailey and Donna Jean Bailey returned home Saturday from a week's visit at the Dr. A. T. Whitlow home In Armstrong. Frances Bailey acompanled the Whitlows home for a week's stay. H. E. Belmers, manager of the local Thompson Yards and Mrs. Beimers and Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards and children, Jackie and Georgia, were entertained at the William Turley home at Lakota Sunday. Mrs. LcBoy Nswel and son, Franklin, Mrs. Kate Newel and Mrs. A. J. Beichenbach of Hartley and Florence Kresensky of Iowa City were six o'clock dinner guests Sunday evening at the Mike Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz. and son, Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Will Volgt and family, Mrs. Carrie Volgt drove to Geneva, Minnesota, Sunday and fpent the day at the Herman Voigt home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bailey and a Mr. Putnam of Naper, Nebraska, and Mr. Bailey's daughter, Mrs. Kellie Letchfleld of Estherville visited at the J. F. Newel. Frank Bailey and G. W. Newel homes lost Thursday and Friday. The Fenton Walther League presented their annual play, a three act comedy hy G. L. Wind, entitled "Hello Neighbor," at the local opera horn" Sunday < veiling. A large crowd attended and everyone fpoke worci:> of praise !or the players. FUta Becker ?pent the past w«k at he Thomas Becker home. Theresa Miller of Algona veiled with elatives in this vicinity Sunday. Marcella Thill of Algona spent Sun- ay at the Adolph Fuhrmann horn-: The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner died Monday at the Fort Dodge rtercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Faber and family f West Bend visited with relatives in his vicinity Sunday. Bita Thti] spent several days the later part of the wrek at the James Becker home near Ottosen. Irwln Weydert son of Mr. and Mrs. James Weydert, had his tonsils removed In Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Hammer and sons were visitors at the Krrbfcrt Benge home near Bradgate recently. | Joseph Delamorc of Clare and George Schumacher of Alton visited a<t the Nicholas Becker home last week. Mrs. M. Hanifan and Thomas spent the pas ttwo weeks with relatives and friends at Llv«rmore and Hardy. Andrew Kuppxrr and Marcella ThiU were visitors Saturday evening at the John Thill home near Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch of Algona were Wednesday and Saturday callers at the Charles Plathe home. Nicholas Becker returned Thursday evening from ft nearly two weeks' visit at the Matt Becker home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer and children of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the Wm. Hammer home Mrs. Thomas Devlne celebrated her birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devlne and sons were dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and Andrew Kupper spent Friday and Saturday with relatives at Plain View, Minnesota. Cletus Heding from Whlttemore returned home Thursday afternoon af- <er several days' visit with relatives In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker and Emma Becker and Bita and Martha Becker spent Sunday with Sister Mary Georgene and with friends at Pocahontas. Mrs. Nick Thilges and children, Baymond, Alfred, Bernard, Marcella, Mary and Martha, left Wednesday, for a visit with relatives at Watertown, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber and family and ifr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann were Sunday afternoon visitors at the John Thill home near Whlttemore. J. V. Elbert, road grading contrac*,- of Whlttemore, started grading with his crew Friday morning on the road rom the Arthur Illg corner to the ridge east of the Will Thilges farm, stretch of 1 ^ miles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zetmet, Sr.. and son. Henry, Marie and Caroline Olsch left Friday for Dubuque where Caroline remained at St. Francis Convent. The others visited with relatives at Springbrook before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Marcella Thill drove to Iowa Falls Monday mornlrt? where Andrew Kupper took the train for his home at Lindsay, Texas, after a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Fireplace Flour, 1 77 IU 11). bat' l»l«l Cut Rate Grocery Sugar, 10 Crackers, salted, 2 Ib Coffee, "Old Fashioned." Ib. Peanut Butter, 2 Ib. jar Puffed Wheat, I* r pkg Wheaties, 54c 21c 19c Catsup, 14 oii- bottle Corn Flakes, 12c 15c lOc Certo, OC pi-r bot:k- .............. fcrfi/V lOc 15c 9c per Pork & Beans, large can .......... I. . . Starch, (Hows or Corn. 2 pkga .......... Cleanser, Lighthouse, a cans ... Cut Green or Cut Wax Beans, 'i cans l-.-r Pilgrim Cookies, 4 do/., in pkg Mammoth Lye, 2 cans Ivr Sardines, oval, 2 cans lor Green Tea, % pound Broom, 1Q It/ 1. AQ f nUv. White Flour, OC H IKi .................... fc*t)L 6 Ib*. Pears, No. 10 can Mustard, quart jar Oatmeal, large .size Jell Powder, 15c 17c Oil Sardines, 'H cutus for Q_ v\t Blue Rose Rice, OC r 4 iMjunds ............... LiJ\, 23c 25c 25c 23c 5c 5c 19c 19c 15c 35c 19c Table Salt, 10 Ib. ; ,ack Toilet Tissue, faix rolls Matches, t> box curtoa Cocoa, -' Ib. pk« Soap, Palmolive or Camay Washing Powder, Ammonia, quart bottle Cream Cheese, per puuiid Picnic Hams, per jx) mid Salmon, good Ala.ska. 2 culls Macaroni or Spaghetti. 2 ib. pkg. Soup Chips, ,') Ib. pkg Vinegar, iJigi. boltle Peas, N .. 'J call Clorox, u.u.irl bo't! L Wheat Braii, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Kem enjoyed a visit from the former's brother, Henry Kern and family Sunday. They were enroute home from a visit •with. Minnesota relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern and family of Sexton were also guests there Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Haase and children, Wm., Clifford and Pearl, went to Minneapolis Saturday after Mrs. Haase's daughter, Minnie, who (graduated from a three yrar nurses' training course at the Hlllcrest surgical hospital that day. They returned, home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and ton, William John, visited Friday evening at the parental W. E. S'o"tier home. They were enroute to their home in Armstrong from Cedar Falls wher? Oliver has been attending summer school They Intend to return there for the fall term later. Mr, and Mrs. Noran Finnestad are the parents of a sot of twins, n boy and a girl, born Saturday. Each weighed five pounds. They have one other child, a girl. Mrs. Finnestal will be remembered here as Esther Christian and was saleswoman for the Fenton Mercantile Co. Martin, small son of Mr. and Mrs. George Charlson was scratched and bitten by a larg*? police dog at his grandfather's home last week Monday. He was given medical attention nt once. It was thought the dog beini; unaccustomed to children resented the child's advances to play. Marietta Helgason of Armstrong visited hist. Thursday evening at the W. J. W-'lfbrod home. She is a former home economics instructor In the Fenton public school nnd met a fellow teacher, Mrs. M. J. Smucker, the former Alice Ahrcnd.'; now of California, at the Webbrod home that < vening. Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Graham left Fridav <venlng for Ames where they vlElterl with the latter's slstnr. Mrs. De Ln Hunt and fnmllv. They al?o visited with Mr. GVaham's brother, Harcld and family at DCS Moine.s. They r ••fumed hornp .Sunday evening and tliMr f-niis, Bruce and Gordon who .'•pent the p; week with their aunt, in Ames, accompanied Item, Mr. and Mr.s. J. V. Newel f-nU-rtciln- ed ut ;« liinilly dinner .Sunday, the former's brother, II. J. Newel and wife and grand.son, Jav John.son <-{ Kana'.vh:i. Mr.-:. M.irv OL.on vlMtln:; here from J> urla, Illinoi.s, Mr. Newel'.s brother. G, W. Newel and wife and children. Gene and Mary fjeorgia, and Mr. Newel'.s br';'jier-iii-l;iw. d'anli IJinley nr.(! cliildreii. IJonna Jeun, Murjorie, JiAm and Hartley. Mr and Mr.s. Arthur Mueller were honored with a farewell ji^rtv bv about tit'y relatives and friends at their hotiK- Sunday evening. The evening wa.s .spent in playing five hun- rired. Mrs. Waller KraiiM' won high I'onor.s and Mr.s Cliarle.s Newel received Hi-- (on.'.ol.Hion pn/.e. 'I'he Mu i- ller.s will leave ab'.ut Si-pN-rijber l.'.t lor where Mr. Moellcr i.s manager (j| a beer parlor They were pr sent- DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO The Man About Town Says There's something In the air, ether, atmosphere or by chance It may be the administration. At least Melzar Haggard ia rejoicing. Within the last several months three sets of twins- humans—have been born to tenants on his farms. That rivals somewhat the old McGregor street run at which time four sets of twins made their appearance Into this world and Melzar was living on the famed street at that time. • • • The elder McCorkte of the firm of McCorkle & Son, cast of town breeders and farmers, had the mlsfortunei to drop a coin on the floor of a local cafe. He diligently searched for fifteen minutes before retrieving the coin which turned out to be only a shiny penny. Mac lamented the waste of time with such a rise in farm product prior.? but a penny Is a penny. • b> • Now that all thfc jiff-saw prates have b:en worked by Raymond Wch- ler and Boy Browncll, Baymond Is going after the scientific Job of puttlnrr .some of the surplus heat into storage lor the cold winter coming. He is very in earnest and has Inquired from • everal intelligent, men their views on the .subject. Oth-T things have bo n dnno which scorned impossible and .some day Raymond might hove a mi- cessfui Invention. • • • This co'unm has no secrets and no frle:ids when there Ls news that, .should l-e known .so there i.s no regret thnt the read- r loams about the dancfi attended by Theo. Herhst and Horac - C'lap^addle at Sexton Saturday nlK'it. With hours of vain pleading by Theo. not to .say anything it be told. Two colored ladles were ut the nv n- tioned dance and Theo. had the plea- tin- of danctiiK with one of them. Since she took possession of ttO lunch room tiara Tletz has used but one broom and that broom has seen lots of sweeping experience. At the present time the straws are in ft triangular shape because one side has done all the work. It is a peculiar broom and has caused many to wonder and ask about it. * * • An old phrase—little boy tickled pink — fits the attitude of Dr. F. C. Scanlan since his victory of the battle of wits last Sunday. Doc laughs and laughs and really gets a kick out. of it and anyone listening to him will have to join in the fun. Our title or surname to replace "Doc" would be to plagiarize the title from Sunday's Call theatre show and call him "The Personality Kid." Go to it, Doc, you have a well- earned right to enjoy yourself. • • • The Roy Marty family from St. Pan! has Just concluded a visit at the Dr. Sawyer home. Boy says his closest connection to the old home town Is reading these little items. However, he Is afraid that some day he will miss the news because for two years he has been receiving the paper and has not paid his subscription. This is going to be looted after at once for he has no right to read such costly articles without paying. Tw got to go horn* and set dinner and go to •work this afternoon," said. Bill Oilbride Monday. "To work?" chorused half a doaen who listened to this remark. Bill takes his turn at the grindstone ever since he saw Teddy Boosevelt charge San Juan hill. Just as sure as the charge was made BUI will be sure to work. business men are State street look like ft big white way with sign after sign of the neon type going up. This rise to illumination in advertising is not a fad but faith in the future of the good limes coming to this country. Business houses have taken their turn at being redecorated throughout the summer and new stock and fixtures have replaced the old in many stores. The people are getting rid of the old strain of pessimism and are getting out on the road to prosperity. See you at the county fair and be sure to buy a dollar season ticket; that's almost giving it away. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor reodvwB word from their daughter, Grace Taylor Humphrey, recently that «he had? been asked by the board of education, to make up pay roll checks for the unpaid teachers there in Chicago and had also been asked <b help make up- a dance for the Chicago Land Pageant which Is to be put on September 18. Over one thousand girls are to take part in this dance. EVE L. PRESNEM* Aljrona Iowa, all kinds of Kodak Finishing and Enlargements. Colored. Call Phone 417-J. 604 South Dodge St. 32-tf Fair Week Specials Soap Shampoo and finger wave (wet ) 50c Soap Shampoo and finger wave (dried) 75c Oil Shampoo and finger wave, (wet) 75c Oil Shampoo and finger wave (dried) $1.00 Wet Finger Wave 25c Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 279 Algona, Iowa C. S. Johnso:: For School Supplies BURT NEWS 48c "Busiest Little Store in Town." 13c lOc \ 23c I 21c $ . o.ooooooooooooooooooooo.oooo Alice of Algona ts vL'-iting at the home of her aunt. Mrs, Fred Curt- r. . Huth Carter Is spending the we k at the home of her aunt, Mrs. I-'.mma Wiete in Algona. Mr. and Mr.v Philip Puffer of C'or- wlth. Mr. and Mr^. Lawrence (illles- pic and little daughter of Algona and L>dia Man.sinilh ;,pent Sunday evening at the C I Miin.smi;li home. Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Fleming, and Mr. and Mn>. Cieort'e lluriio of Llvermuru .spent Kunday u,l the home of Mr. and Mr;.. W. H. Kla.iM>. Mr... James Webber, who hai Ix ii a! the Klamp home lor : tjiiii- tinn-, I't'Uirned to her home al Toit-do. Ohio, recently. i Mr. iind Mrs. Lewis HodKfeon nnd ' (l.iiixhter. C'arolie of Donley. Minne. : .o- ta. Ur L. 1). H d({.',on of Bieck--ii- nd:;e. Minie -.sola, K. H Hodtf-'oii ol liarlliy Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wat- l;ii.-> and :-on of S <jrm Lake tpent the wi-'k t iul at tlie !.. i> Hudson huine. Mi. M\ia Wai kin:,, who ha,, b< en here !:r .-../i..- tun,-. W' huine wit:: Mr i.ii Mi.->. Lvwt> H <iv-'.:.ou. 'I'he L. 1). !! •<-! .' on lainiiy ac'ijnpanlid thi-in *u W I HeniJ where they all Vle'Aecl the iabb:i g Fly Spray, gal cans 65c 0. 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