The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1936
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The Algoag Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, tows, May 19,1936 Name Precinct Judges for Kossutti Vote NEW NAMES ON LISTS; PRIMARY YOTJUJNEIST Counting Boards Named To Aid in Larger Precincts Judges and clerks of election, and in some precincts, a counting board have been selected and announced this week. The primary Is Monday, June 1. They are as follows: Alffona, 1st Ward—W. A. White, Fred Beerman and Neva Mason, judges. Mrs. Geo. St. John, Blanche Croae, clerks. V. J. Sands, Jeanette McMurray, C. H. Rellly, Geo. J. Elbert and Hortense Ferguson, counting board. Algoim, 8nd Ward—Frank Gelgel, C. C. Schartach and Elizabeth Holmes, judges. Chas. Notte, Mrs. L. W. Keith, clerks. Counting board—A. H. Stock, Will Gllbrlde, Harry Nolle, Catherine McCall and Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Algona, Srd Ward—Tom Kaln, L. J. Nelson, 3.8. Crowell, judges. Hel- muth Huenhold, Mrs. E. DeZellar, •clerks. Oscar Norman, Bertha Johnson. Frank Koppen, Frank Kohlhaas and Stewart McFadden, counting board. Algona, 4th Ward—Leighton Misbach, S. J. DeGraw and Vallie Tribon, judges. Gaile Towne and Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, clerks. W. H. Freeman, John McEnroe, John Overmyer. May J. Harrington and Mrs.-G. C. Barton, counting board. Buffalo Twp.—Fred Boyken, Chris Brandt, Andrew M. Hanson, judges. E. P. Hanson and Wm. Boyken, clerks. Will Schram. Tillie Falk, K. I. Fisher, L. F. Callles and Wm. Stott, counting board. Hurt Twp.—p. L. Dremmel, E. R. Woltz, Paul Kriethe, judges. Geo. P. Hawcott and Lloyd Elston. clerks. C C. Smith, G. W. Bleich, Harvey Graham, D. F. Slaughter and Jess McDonald, counting board. Cresco Twp—Joe Elbert, Harry Sabin, Laura Dwenger, judges. M. N. Phillips, Minnie Matern, clerks. Eagle Twp.—John P. ..Peterson, Laurence Thorson and Joe Von Bank, judges. O. H. Llnde, Joe, Goraczkowskl, clerks. East Lone Rock (Burt Twp.)— Delbert Hanna, Lem Marlow, Wm. Stonteflberg, judges. Karl Ewoldt. Merle Richards, clerks. F*nton Twp.—H. H. Dreyer, Gaylord Johnson and Gus Krause. judges. W. E. Laage and W. E. Stoeber, clerks. John Dempsey, Fred Bohn, John Newel, Walter Vote For m : J- J- DOOLEY Democratic Candidate for Re-election as County Recorder A Record of More Work Handled With Less Expense 17-21 HIGH SCHOOL, Senior Class Play "Through The Keyhole" High School Auditorium Thursday, May 21 Seat Reservations at James Drug Store Wednesday and Thursday, May 20 and 21. Admission, 20c and 25c. VOTE FOR John H. Fraser Democratic Candidate For County Supervisor First District In the Primary Election, June 1 "VOTE FOR PHASER" Let Our Factory Experts Care For Your Furs DURING THE HOT SUMMER MONTHS Cownies Hygro-Cold Storage 3 Plus gas sterilization $100 valuation There must be a reason why Cownie's Hygro-Cold Storage and Factory Fur Service increases. There are—several reasons. It's because we offer 13 important advantages at no extra cost At Cownie's your furs are handled by expert factory furriers. Why trust your furs to less experienced and competent hands? For appointment with factory representative, Wednepfiay, {Hay 20, call 262. Ohm and Frank Elgler, counting board. GarfteM Twp.—Art Zinnell, Herman Harms, R. B. Berninghaus, judges. H. W. Balgeman and Mike Wagner, clerks. German Twp.—Ubbe Winter, B. H. Meyer, Henry Schmidt, judges. Herman Dreesman and John Boekelman, clerks. Grant Twp.— K. Newton, Eli Anderson and F. M. Jacobs, judges. A. M. Kollasch and C. H. Blair, clerks. Greenwood Twp.—Geo. W. Ny-, John Karsten. Jake Keller, judges. L. J. Kockler, A. Fang- tnann, clerks. Chas. Baker, Mrs. Roy Hutton, F. P. Mousel, Paul Lonergan and Mrs. Geo. Carmean, counting board. Harrison Twp.—Peter Looft, Hattie Fults, J. E. Kelly, judges. J. J. Anderson, C F. Berggren, clerks. Joe Rahe, Minnie Sperbeck, Geo. E. Butterfietdv G. R Pearson, Rena Hagltmd, counting board. Hebron Twp.—H. O. Larsen, Lewis Ehrlck, Tom Berg, judges. R. G. Baum and H. C. Ltmnfng, clerks. Irvlngton Twp>—Hugh Raney, M. L. Raney, U. B. Frankl, judges. Carl Hutching. Henry Scheppman, clerfcs, Lakota (Ledyard Twp.)—M. B. Prlngle, Aug. Gutknecht. Earl R. Ogren, judges. Mrs. W. M. Turiey, Mrs. Jetrette Mussman, clerks. Peter Koppen, Peter Hans, E. R. Worley, Mrs. Wm. Ley, Mrs. Esther Schroeder, counting board. Ledyard—J. H. Welfare, J. J. Rink, J. H. Mousel, lodges. H. £>. Mayne, Wm. Flynn, clerks. D. A. Carpenter 1 , John Hartzell, Albert Brandt. Alfred Schaltz, Harry Schroeder, counting board. Lincoln Twp.—Leonard Seiboldt, R F. Edwards, J. H. Warburton, judges. Bert Coder and Mrs. Gus Koppen, clerka. Lone Rock (Fentwi Twpv)—P. M. Christenaen, Alex Radig. W. G. Flaig, judges. Geo. Pettit, Art Prlebe, clerks. Lott» Creek—Noah Reisner, Peter Elbert, C. W. Elbert, judges, John Kohlwes, Geo. Winkel, clerks. LuVerne Twp.—G. F. Chambers, Albert A. Schipull, F. J. Chapman, judges. H. C. Allen and Harry Lichty, clerks. F. K. Clapsaddle. A. J. Eaaon, Anna Murray, Arthur Hof and J. R. Farrell, counting board. Plum Creek Twp.—Henry Bailey, Alfred Jergenson, J. R McEnroe, judges. Leo C. Miller, Clark Scuff- hnm, clerks. Portland Ttrp.—D. M. Stewart, K. B. Dittmer, W. H. Schwletert, judges. E. O. Mann, W. W. Rlngs- dorf, clerks. Prairie—John Arndorfcr, Geo. Cink, Isadora Meyer, judges. G. B. Ludwig, Alf Studer, clerks. Ramsey—Anton Stork, Ed Droessler, A. B. Lappe, judges. John Hellman, F. H. Mescher, clerks. Riverdate Twp.—Paul Hern, Henry Bormann, Charlie Plathe, judges. John Bormann, Wm. Runchey, clerks. Seneca Twp.—I. F. Engessor, Otto R. Jensen, Joe Crowley, judges. C. CX Bailey, J. W. Bollig, clerics. Sexton (Irvlngton Twp.)—A. J. Klrschbaum. S. J. Dcvine, Henry Eischeld. judges. L. C. Hutching, Chas. Amnn, clerkr. Sherman Twp.—Henry Kohlhaas, Simeon Leigh, A. W. Steuasy, judges. Clarence Green, John V. Bormann, clerks. Springfield Twp.—G. B. Risk, L. Anderson, Chester Johnson, judges. Fred Logeman, Herman Runks- meier, clerks. Swea Twp.—O. A. Jensen, Axel Erickson. Richard Krumm. judges. O. L. Thorcson, M. L. Kennedy, clerks. Union Twp.—A. R. Cruikshank, John P. Byson, Tom Reid, judges. R. A. Harvey, Glen Jenklnson, clerks. Wesley Twp.—O. K. Flom, L. A. Bolenus, A. L. Kleinpeter, judges, Fred A. Dlekmann, and A. E. Giddings, clerks. Mrs. Frank Kouba, Henry Sherman, Ihno Oerdea, Mrs. John Ormsby, Mrs. Lester Lease, counting board. Whlttomore Twp.—H. F. Schultz, Wm. Meyer, Ervln Siems, judges. Walter Vaudt. Fred KoJlasch, clerks.. Mrs. W. F. Reimers. Mrs. Will Hlggins, Frank Elbert, Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, counting board. The A. J. Martineks were business visitors at Hampton Friday afternoon. The Fred Millers of LuVerne visited at the Fred Girres home on Sunday afternoon. Rudolph Larson accompanied shipments of cattle to Chicago on Saturday evening. The Lambert Venteichers drove over from Mason City and spent Mothers' Day with relatives. A. B. Venteicher and Cyril drove to Falkton, South Dakota, Friday afternoon and returned Saturday evening. A group of young people of this vicinity attended the Grandgenett- Arndorfer wedding dance held at Corwith last Tuesday night. Two children were baptized at Doun Sunday: Rochelle Ann, the daughter of the Dean Andrews, and James Louis, son of the James Asas. Edwin Johnson, daughter Pearl and brother Herbert, spent Sunday evening at the Wm. Martinek home and visited various relatives of the former here. Guests at the L. A. Bolenus home Sunday were the Henry Hawley family and Mrs. Naomi DeWiide and daughter of Mason City and B. E. Sanders of Sexton. Fred Girres, who has been in the Kossuth hospital since Feb. 24, was brought home Friday. Saturday afternoon he was taken ill and Or. Cretzmeyer was called and found he was suffering from a blood clot. Pupils taking the eighth grade examinations from fr^*f locality were Louib and Lloyd Hansen, Laura Jean Smith, Agues Hawkins, Wallace Anderson, Mary Lee Wolfe Peter Laubenthal, Dorothy Hoover, Duane Hansen and Eugene Anderson. Seeking Flowers Fo.* School Day Union: The chairman of the Krt- ral School Day committee would appreciate the donation of any flowers to decorate- ffor the eignttk grade commencement on May 29. The colors chosen are pink and green. Lucile Bode spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Louis Bode. Mrs. John Caughlin was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary Keefe, on Sunday. Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank has fully recovered from her recent accident. Mrs. Ralph Kesslring visited her mother, who was ill, at Blue Earth, Minn., last week. Mildred Hentges is assisting Mrs. Mary Keefe with her house work- during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer, of Cresco township were callers at the Albert Gould home recently. They are now driving a new Plymouth. Lotts Greek News: Lois, youngest daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Ed Kuecker, is in a very critical condition at the McCreery hospital, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wetzel and Mrs. Rich Potratz attended the funeral of Mrs. Arthur Look of Liux Verne, Wednesday afternoon. Miss Esther Schmlel. student nurse at the Mayo hospital in Rochester, Minn., visited with her par" ents, Teacher and Mrs. Wm. Schmiel the past week. Miss Bertha Potratz, student of the Algona high school, attended the junior-senior banquet Saturday evening at the high school. Bertha is a member of the junior class. Louis Hackbarth and Earl Laur- Itzen were up near Dolliver a few days the past week shelling corn with their truck corn shelter, which is owned by Louis Hackbarth and Julius Will. Melvin Pompe, who has been sick with trichinosis for about a month Is now laid up with pleurisy. Albert Kressin, also a victim of the same disease is now troubled with rheumatism. SEXTON NEWS There was a short Mother's Day program at the church here Sunday morning. Mrs. Harvey Steven was director. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz attended the funeral of T. A. Trauger Tuesday in Algona. Burial was made in LuVerne. They also saw the Wills funeral, which was in the cemetery at tho same time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode and Mrs. Floyd Richards of Blue Earth spent Thursday evening at the A. L. Greenfield home. Mrs. Richards is a niece of Mrs. Greenfield und has been visiting relatives in Algona since Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter. Mrs. Alfred Opheim, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Edith Greenfield spent Thursday at the Mack Wise home at Mason City. Mrs. Mack Wise entertained the Ladies of the Olivet M. E. church of Mason City. Thirty-four were in attendance. Four Corner Newe Mrs. Everett Wltham and daughter, Ellen June were visitors last week Thursday at the Ray Smith home at Titonka. Mrs. Etna Mitchell. Mrs. Noble Mitchell and Mrs. Harry Woods helped Mrs. Otto Harlan paper three rooms of her home last week Wednesday. Mr. and Ida. Herbert Schemling and daughter, Patty Sue, Lester and Walter SchmeUng were guests Sunday at the home- of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham. Mrs. Leslie Walker and daughter. Pearl, Mrs. Myrtle Vlning and Thebna Witham ftttendWithe Mothv ers and Daughters banquet at the Methodist church in Algona Friday night. Mrs. Verla Lowman and daughter. Jackie. Mrs. Iva Witham. and daughters. Delia and Ellen, and 1 Lou Lowman went to New Hampton Saturday to visit the- K*rrls Nursery. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter and'their daughter, June Adell, Mr. and.Mrs, Everett Witham and family and' Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lowman were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kerns at Sexton, ravnraTON NEWS The fcdw. Mawdsleys are dflvirig a new Chrysler purchased recently 1 from the Hauptmann garage at Wesllgy. Mrs. Lucile Blanchard is recovering nicely from her recent gallstone operation. She is still at the Kossuth hospital. Me. aad Mrs. George Johnson and family accompanied by the Howard Clarkes of Burt visited on SUnday at the parental Chas. Clarke home at Britt. Mrs. Raymond Metzen was hostess last Wednesday to the Riverdale Friendly Hour club. Members ponded to roll call by giving Mothers' Day verses Mrs. R. M. Gardner, mother of Mrs. Hugh Raney, is visiting with another daughter, Mrs. Chas. Patterson of Burt. Sunday, the Raney family were dinner guests of the Pattersons. Howard Blanchard of Clarion was a week end guest at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. The Harold From- baughs of Burt visited at the Edna Harr home. The Elmer Dye family of Mason City were week end guests of the Ralph Lage family. Sunday, both families motored to Fort Dodge, where they were guests of the Elmer Nelsons. The local Ladies' Aid society will meet May 21, with Mrs. J. M. Cox, and with Mrs. T. J. Wickwire, assisting hostess. Will all members please take note of the change in the place of meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox motored to Burt Sunday for a visit at the Earl Miller home. Mrs. Miller has been 111 the past week being theat- ened with pneumonia. The Millers were recently released from quarantine. The Cresco Embroidery club met last Wednesday with Mrs. Ralph Brown. The roll call was answered by Mothers' Day Thoughts.. Miss Atha Hardgrove gave a Mother's Day reading. Late in the afternoon a dainty luncheon was Van Nctsu and Dudley are in i the chicken business quite extensively on the old fox farm. At present they have in the neighborhood of 3.000 chicks with some about ready for the market. The Dudleys are living here in temporary quarters recently erected. RUPTURE H. L. Hoffman, Expert, former associate of C. F. Redllch, Mlnnc- npollH, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" In Algona. Friday, May 29, at the Algona Hotel. From. 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come eraly. Evenings by appointment. Your physician will tell you about this serious condition. Any lupture allowed to protrude is dangerous. My "Retention. Shields" will hoM your rupture under any condition of exercise and work. They are sanitary, waterproof and practically indestructible. Do not wear trusses that will enlarge the opening and don't neglect the children. Many satisfied clients In thia community. No mail order. BOMB OFFICE: MS U»n*tn BUfe. MtaaeapoUt, Minn, 19-ZO* Vote For Carl Dahlhauser Democratic Candidate for SHERIFF I will appreciate your support for the nomination in the coming June primary. 18-21 R. S. BLOSSOM Democratic Candidate For County Treasurer subject to will of the Democratic voters in the June primary. I Will appreciate your support. 18-21 W« do our own Una OrtadJng. D|t F. E. 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Standard keyboard, black or green, at $37.50 No. 2—Universal Quiet Portable, a largo machine on a small scale with everything you find on, a big machine. five colors, at Hft.00 (Prices include case) t'nderwooii I!nivernal NOISELESS PORTABLES N'o. S—Universal Noiseless, this is the machine above, in noiseless style, with a ribbon cut-out for stenciling, "' *«7.50 •No. I—Noiseless 77. the machine at tile left, an all-purpose machine. Can be used us u desk, or office machine, at $77.00 (Prices include case* Noiseless "77" SALE OF TYPEWRITER RIBBONS To Clean Up Stock—At Reduced Prices 2 Black Remington Portables, 3 Black Remingtons and 2 Black Coronas—each at 40c apiece. Old Smith Visible ribbons at 30c—regular 90c ribbon, one black, one blue, three black and red. TYPEWRITERS—TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES SUNDSTRAND & ALLEN ADDING MACHINES SALES—SERVICE—REPAIR Algona Upper Des Moines

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