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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1936
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The Algona tipper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 9, 1936 North East» Kossuth Page LAKOTA LUTHERAN 25 ANNIVERSARY 100 Present at Silver Anniversary of Founding Lakota: St. Paul's Lutheran Aid society celebrated Its 25th anniversary with a special meeting and program at the church, Wednesday, June 3rd. Former members of the church and aid were Invited, also members and friends of the church and over 100 persons attended. The following program was given: song, scripture, song. Topics for discussion were How Can an Aid Serve Within the Congregation, Mrs. Peter Hans; How Can the Aid Serve Outside the Congregation, Mrs. Boese, song, The Golden Message; address, the Rev. M. S. Bredon, Ceylon, Minn.; song, In the Garden. History of the Aid disclosed the fact that the aid was organized 25 years ago last March at the home of Mrs. Fred Huitner, Sr., with five other women helping to lay the foundation. One of these women la now dead and one lives in California, the other four are still helping carry on the work. Greetings were given and read from old friends. The meeting closed with song, prayer and the benediction. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Farewell Party For Moulton's Ledyard: The following ladies surprised Mrs. George Moulton at a farewell party Wednesday night: Mesdames Tlce Brack, George Thompson, Mary Welsh, N. A. Pingle, L. W. Wiemer, Arthur Zielske, Ray Estle, Ace Warner, and Miss Alethia Brack. The Moultons plan to go to Little Boy, Minn., soon. You get an Insurance policy that tires purchased from Gamble Stores will give a definite number of months of service. You can't get less. Prices are wholesale, or dealers' net billing. 23 H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinda Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against low or damage. Equipped t« do tU kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf t)ft&&c?Va!et^^ Begin Construction on New Home at Gutknecht Farm Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, whose home and contents were burned last spring and who have since been living in the home of his parents, moved iast Tuesday into their garage, where they will live until their new house Is erected. Glen Klocke began work on the farm for Arend Hans last week on Monday. Mrs. Moe's division or the Methodist Aid served the monthly dinner to the commercial club Thursday evening. Emma Denning, wno is a former Lakota school graduate, graduated last week from the Iowa State University school of nursing. Mrs. Ed Abbas entertained 12 women at her home last Tuesday afternoon In honor of her birthday. The afternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ogren, Mrs. Earl Ogren and son and Mrs. Chas. Winter attended the funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Hulda Aline at Shenandoah last week Saturday, returning Sunday. Mrs. John Daum, Buffalo Center and her guests, Mrs. Fred Daum and daughter, Arlene and niece, Eileen Woodcock, Iowa Falls, were callers at the Mrs. Delia Smith ar i W. E. Gutknecht homes last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hilmer Hansen and daughter, Shirley, Mrs. William Aalderks and Verna Klocke drove to Clear Lake last Wednesday to help Margaret Edwards celebrate her seventh birthday. Mrs. Aalderks is Margaret's grandmother. The Methodist church school board met at the J. H. Warburton home last week Monday evening with 15 present. Plans for Children's day were made and it will be held June 21. The church school picnic will be held the week following. Mrs. Roland Smith, Sr., her son, Roland, Jr., and daughter, Margaret drove to near Ida Grove recently and visited her sister and brother. They returned last week Saturday and Roland, who has been having his vacation from his ftutles at the C. R. Smith store, went back to work Monday morning. DISTRICT CONCLAVE LAST WEEK Surprise Party Carried Out At Titonka Session Mrs. Julia Ball Is Named President Lakota: The Lakota American Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Jerry Ukona last week Tuesday evening with 11 members present. Following is the result of election of officers: president, Mrs. Julia Ball; vice president, Mrs. Edith Schroeder, secretary; Mrs. Vera Williams; treasurer, Mrs. Eleanor Heetland; sergeant-at-ariri) Mrs. Bertha Underdahl; chaplain, Mrs. Leona Bruer; historian, Mrs. Doris Ukcna. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ball. Bead The Want Ads—It Pays Closing Out Sale ON JUNE 22 W. A. White's Grocery WILL CHANGE HANDS Titonka: A series of surprises had been planned and were carried out by the past president and chairman of committees at the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening at the W. J. Denton home. At the business session, election of officers was held and Mrs. M. S. Craven was elected prescient; Mrs. Chas. Cooper, first vice ^resident; Mrs. Guy Bruns, second vice president; Matilda Falk, rejected secretary; Mrs. W. J. Denton, treasurer; Mrs. Esther Askins, chaplain; Mrs. Ray Bonacker, historian; Mrs. Amos Bonacker, first sergeant; Mrs. George Breen, second sergeant; members of the elective board, Mrs. Tom Young, Mrs. J. D. Breen and Mrs. Elmer Peterson. The election was held the first meeting in June to conform to a change in rules made last year. For the social hour lunch was served at small tables set for four, decorated with a vase of flowers. As one entered they were given a slip of paper with the name of a flower on it and were told to sit at the table having those flowers. Favors were dainty green lacy paper parasols. Reports of the committees were read during the lunch hour. Very good reports were given of the year's work of the organization. Installation will take place in July. Sixteen were present. Here Are a Few Final Closing Out Specials 52c Ginger Snaps, alba Vinegar, Q r tall bottle ______ •'^ Catsup, 1A C 15e size, now ..- 1VV Oatmeal, 1C~ large package __ 1 *'** Gran. Sugar, 10 Ihs. All lOc Spices, now go at 5c No. 10 Peaches, halves Mustard, 1fl r tall 20 M. jar -_ 1W *' Free! Free! While They Last. Large Mixing Bowl with Each Sack of 49 Ib. Flour at our Regular Closing Out Price Peanut Butter, 24 o/...jar KO Bak. Pwdr., 1A- 15e size AUC Tea Siftings, 1Q C Oii,.n.iflL? »«/%•> ~25c 2 pounds Walnuts, 2 pounds Mother's Cooca, 2 pounds Matches, buy :i boxes for Coffee, Old Fashioned,:? l Ldry. Starch, 3 Iks PUEE CIDER VINEGAB, with new jug ineluded --, 39c We Deliver $2.00 orders or over free W. A. WHITE Acorn Club Met At Lakota Thurs. Lakota: The Acorn club met with Mrs. J. H. Warburton Thursday afternoon with 25 members present. Mrs. H. H. Murray, the new president, presided at the business meeting. The following program was enjoyed: Garden talk, Mrs. Vera Williams; hints for Land- capings Home Gardens, Mrs. Leona Heetland; vocal duet, Mesdames Hulvia Loats and Edna Turley with Mrs. Loats playing the accompaniment on a ukelele. Grant Wins Donkey Ball Ledyard: Much fun and laughter was the result of the donkey baseball games here Thursday evening between Grant and Ledyard. Grant won the game. Horse Mires In Ledyard Ditch Ledyard: P. W. Reece had a valuable horse mire in a dredge ditch Tnursday. Dr. Miller of Buffalo Center was called to administer help for it. Mrs. Sheldon of Burt El ected as District President Cuts Finger on Car Fred Junkcrmcier cut his finger to the bone Monday. While pushing his car which was stuck, he accidentally put his hand where there was broken glass. Dr. Gill- cspie dressed the wound. The Leon Wordens were at Elmore Tuesday. Edwin Lloyd had dental work done at Lakota Thursday. Mrs. Ace Warner and Mrs. Geo. Thompson were ut Burt Thursday. George Moulton, Frank and Jack were at Rapidan, Wednesday, ing. August Sprunk went to Bancroft Monday to work for his brother- in-law. Mrs. Laura Niester and grandson, C. A. Jenks, returned from Yale Tuesday. The W. F. M. S. will meet this week Friday evening with Mrs. Joe Mayne. Wm. WenzelJ had bis tonsils removed by Dr. Sommers at Elmore Tuesday. The Epworth League held a business meeting at the church Thursday evening. Mrs. Chas. Hilferty, Esther and Aledii Green and Mrs. Ted Green were at Fairmont Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace attended the Miller rodeo at Blue Earth Thursday evening. Mrs. Ben Gesch of Elmore came Wednesday for a few days' visit at the parental J. T. Welfare home. George Dunn of Thompson was here Thursday. He has sold his filling station and lunch room there. The Max Nitzs returned Monday from Rudcliffe where they visited Mrs. NiU's sister, Mrs. Ira Neubauer. Mrs. Edward Higgins of Detroit and sons, Mrs. J. A. Devine, Bancroft spent Wednesday at the Jack Hi-Donald home. The George Thompsons will be host and hostess to the county Ru- rul Letter Curriers Association this week Thursday evening. Mary Ann Nemmers of Bancroft, a niece of Mrs. Ace Warner, in staying with her and attending two weeks of school at the Sacred Heart church. The Richard Zielskies took his sister, Mrs. Harvey Jackson and daughter, Audrey Mae. who had been visiting here to their home at Spit-it Lake Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Friets, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mr, and Mrs. Eckholm and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Evans, Swea City were dinner guests of Mrs. Chas. Finn, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watson of Anita and children, Janice and Billy and Audrey Eblen of Cumberland visited Sunday and Monday at the D. B. Mayer home. Mr. Watson is a nephew of Mr. Mayer. The V. A. Barretts returned on Wednesday from Li verm ore, where they visited the Chas. Raneya tuid also attended the commencement exercises of Upper Iowa University at FayetUs where Mrs. Barrett's brother, Herbert Roney, received his B. A. degree. Titonka: Friday afternoon and evening Uriel Rebekah lodge No. 543 was hostess to the 29th annual convention of district No. 55, com>rising lodges of Algona, LuVerne, Wesley, Burt and Titonka. The hall presented a beautiful appearance with streamers of pink and reen crepe paper, the Rebekah colors, and the spring flowers in bloom at this time, principally peonies, rifty-six registered. Mrs. Esther L<emlng, president of the Rebekah assembly of Iowa and her husband, 'ast Grand Master L. L. Leming of the I. O. O. F. and District Deputy President Mrs. A. M. Petersen were .he only grand officers present. The Rebekah lodge was called to order by Noble Grand Mabel Tutton and the president of the convention, Edith Fisher took charge. The program as printed was carried out interspersed with assembly singing of pep songs. Contestants n the unwritten work, Mrs. Iliff of Burt and Mrs. Charles Cooper, Titonka gave their work. Mrs. Cooper was judged the winner. She received a check for one dollar. Invitation to have the 30th convention in Burt was accepted. Officers elected were: president, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Burt; vice president, Mrs. A. M, Petersen, Titonka; secretary, Mrs. Chauncey Chipman, Burt; treasurer, Mrs. Pearl Moore, Algona. At the evening session the Burt degree staff conferred the degree work which was very well done. After the close of the convention lunch was served to all. During the afternoon and evening sessions President Esther Leming gave the lodge some very fine points on the ritualistic work and on other lodge ceremonies. A silver offering was taken for the home maintenance fund, amounting to 15.73. Last Study Meeting The last meeting of the Woman's study club was held Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Budlong, as hostess. During the business session reports were given and unfinished business for the year taken care of. Mrs. M. S. Craven gave a review of the book, "The Enchanted April," by Elizabeth. The club decided not to meet during the summer. Lunch was served to 12. Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petersen entertained at dinner Monday even- for Miss Hazel Miller, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller and sister, Ruth. Miss Miller has been home on a short vacation from nurses' training at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines. alor. Woods easily defeated Ottosen for congress in the Kossuth vote. Adams won the state senate nomination in the district. • • • Attending the national republican convention at Chicago were the following: T. P. Harrington, L. J. Dickinson, E. J. and C. B. Murtagh, E. A. Wolcott, Joe Misbach, Al Falkenhalncr. Dr. Peters and Miss Norton of Burt attended, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dalton of Germanla, Mr. Dustin of Elmore. A special train was attached to the C. & N. W. line train. • • * Ix>Roy Oalligpr, 12, wa« kilted when struck by a Milwaukee train. He, with his brother, was fishing on the bridge when they saw the train approaching, near Emrnetsburg. LeRoy pushed hfs brother into the water, but he himself was killed. • • • Mm. Lemuel Stockwell died after •n illness of about two years, in Algona. » • • P. P. Zerfam gained recognition in the Titonka Topic when he paid a visit to that community to look after his farming interests. His partner, N. C. Rice, had just become manager of the Call Theatre. • • • C. R. Klnmp wa* advertising A fine, new seven passenger Chalmers for the small sum of $1450. F. O. B. Detroit. Bancroft Bride of June 12 Is Guest Bancroft: A miscellaneous shower was given Thursday evening for Frances Mason who is to become the bride of Evans Carmean June 12. The evening was spent playing bridge. Regina Kerens won first prize, Frances Berens second prize and Lois Mason, travel prize. The hostesses were Mrs. R. E. Weber, Georgia Carmean and Rosemary Murphy. Chicks need shade as well as sunshine. Kossuth Folks Hold Family Reunion Here Bancroft: The following families nitcnded an annual family picnic nt the Call State Park Sunday: Henry Fox. C. M. Baker, Joseph Fox, Wilbur Fox, Charles Fox. Arthur Renger of Bancroft; Chas. Wiltse of Blue Earth, Minn.; Joseph Whalen, Leo Whalen. John Whalen, Mason City; Tom Whalen, Jefferson; Wm. Baker, Wm. Baker, Jr., and Harry Baker, Algona. Ryo pasture brings grass a. month enrlier in the spring. Pigs need minerals before them continually. Continue feeding hens mash during the summer. Weather has been usually favorable for corn germination in Iowa. Drink Water With Meals Good for Stomach Water with meals helps stomach juices, aids digestion. If bloated with gas add a spoonful of Adle- rikn. One dose cleans out poisons and washes BOTH upper and lower bowels. E. W. Lusby, Druggist. low'ie M* old, of eowrae — lt'« Jutt as aJCee- Uonate term nied by r*nr friend* and y»« Uk« to them My It. We, too, are flattered wliea people refer to the old WeM Hotel. A famoul landmark tut half • eentnry, now eompletelf refnraUhed and redeeoraMd — la fact, aa modern aa any hotel l» Minneapolle. Comfort, convenience, hospltalltr ajMl the beat of eerrloe await you at The Weat Hotel. Popnlar pricea fer both Room* and Meal*. Write far deocriptlTe folder and map. EARL W. BYER, MMMMT «VaWft Makt^al MkHMa^aMHeL Mlttffl Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larsen were guests of their son, Kermit and family of Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Jay Budlong and daughter, Eclithmne, and <V< 'shter-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Jay Budlong and buby, Karen Kay, were in Algona Thursday. On Wednesday afternoon the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church met in the church basement. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs. John Boekelman served the lunch. Dr. Guido Sartor will begin his interneship at Iowa City, July 1. The doctor expects to leave for Ohio soon on a two weeks' vacation before returning to Iowa City. Mrs. Lillie Wood and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher were called to Bancroft Friday afternoon to the home of Mrs. R. E. Hulton, whose husband had passed away following a recent illness. Mrs. Pierre Sartor, Mrs. J. A. Bleich, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and son, Louis, attended the birthday party of Donna Jean Sartor, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Guido Sartor, at Buffalo Center at the Henry Raeker home, maternal grandparents of Donna Jean. It was her fourth birthday. Mrs. Brandt, Hostesn Mrs. Martin Brandt, north of town was hostess to the members and friends of the Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. This meeting was held in the basement of the church. Twenty Years News A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christenson, Titonka, was killed in a railroad wreck of a Rock Island train near Greene. She and a neighbor girl, named Larson, were returning from Iowa City. A storm had washed away a bridge, and the tiain plunged into the open water. • • • A large crowd and great interest welcomed a debate between Senator Francis and Attorney Odle on the subject of liquor legislation. The debate occurred in the court house, and C. B. Hutchins presided. • • • Sheriff S uiison arrested three men near Galbraith for thefts at Irvington. The men arrested were Wiliam Hedrick, W. M. Stoddard and Ernest Betikendorf. * • • Wilfred L. Laroou, 13, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larsou, four miles west of Algona. • • » Kott&uth county ill the regular election cast a ballot of 170? to 1397 against woman suffrage, Indicating that in those days, the men ruled the roost, so you see times have changed. Lieutenant-Governor Harding carried Kossuth county for governor, and Adams was an overwhelming choice for state sen- a^m>s»ss»»amc«nxto^ Who Will Be The Kossuth Girl To Win A Free 10-Day Trip To Which Opened Last Saturday At Dallas Texas CONTEST CLOSES JULY 31 BALLOTS FOR CONTESTANTS ARE SECURED IN THIS MANNER 1—With each admission ticket at the State Theatre 2—Coupon for 10 Votes in Each Issue of This Newspaper. 3—BOO vote* with each new subscription. 4—25 Votes for Each Year's Renewal to thin Paper HELP SOME WORKING GIRL TO WIN! 25 VOTES FOR RENEWALS: 500 FOR NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS Because <>t' the demand for votes on renewal subscriptions, we have decided to allow 2"> votes for eaeh year of renewal to this paper. This will allow candidates an extra chance to get votes, and also give present subscribers a chance to help along their favorites in their efforts to win this wonderful, all-expenses paid, 10-day trip. 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