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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 23,1936 North East * Kossuth Page 75 AT ANNUAL FATHER & SON DINNEUAKOTA Legion Auxiliary And the Boy Scouts in Charge of Event Lahotn: Seventy-five men and boys attended the Father and Son banquet in the Presbyterian church dining room last Tuesday evening. The event was sponsored by the Legion and Auxiliary and the Boy Scouts. The tables were decorated •with green runners on the white table cloths and bowls or red peonies and the meal was served by the women of the Auxiliary. J. A. Barger acted as toastmaster and the following program was given: processional. Betty Johnson; prayer, the Rev. Frerking; vocal trio, Betty Ley, Margaret Schroed- cr and Elizabeth Rahmstock; piano duet, Betty Johnson and Elizabeth Rahmstcck; "To the Sons." I. E. Wortman; response. Dale Hamnquist; The Twelve Scout Laws. Harold Johnson; presentation of the badges, Commander Wade Ball and Scoutmaster, Dr. R. L. Williams: "Responsibility of Fathers to Sons", Rev. Harvey Nelson. Paul Ukena, James Ley and Vernard Underdahl were awarded First class badges and Harold Johnson and John Moe, tenderfoot badge. Dale Hamnqui.st was awarded five merit badges and n life scout badge. The H. H. Murrays were Des Moines visitors the first part of last week. IT PAYS LIVE STOCK BY RAIL "North We§ tern" offers ihipptri mtny •dv*aURei in getting lire stock to market— economy too. For example below U the CM/ V * minimum might ctr. Itogt Cattto ALGONA ""il< »«* o~M> D«* Nta. Wl. Mta. Wt. . Mta. Wt. «• 16,100 UK. 94,000 Ikt. J 1,040 »•. Dm Moinc* $28.88 $38.40 $55.20 Marahalitown 29.70 37.20 34.10 Cedar Rapid* 33.83 43.20 39.60 Chicago I!. 8. Yd*. 67.05 84.30 77.50 For rttti oo mind ibipoMoti and U- foroutioa abom atar mb«r *c •"•MB* MZ**"**! °f •fiwW nocYbr raft: coonh rou 2455 total C ft N. W. Rr. A«MK Phone 204-J CHICAGO 6- , NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY The Erman Hansens spent last Sunday visiting his brother near Ti- lonka. • Mrs. Will Schroeder's mother and sister of Minneapolis were visitors at the Schroeder home last week. Arliss, Fanchon and Faustine Hectland spent last week visiting their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gabel of Ledyard. Florence Koppen came home from Des Moines, where she is employed, last Tuesday and is spending a week visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. P. L. Koppen. P. L; Koppen is driving a new Ford V-8 since last week and last week Wednesday they drove to Bancroft to visit Mrs. Koppen's sister, Mrs. Anna Caylor. who is ill. Rollie Steele and Henry Kline drove to Iowa City a week ago to visit Hilbert Walthouse who has been in the hospital there for five weeks. They report his condition as little changed. The Rev. Bocse family is spending a week nt Osseo. Wisconsin, where they are visiting relatives of Mrs. Boesc. There are no church services at the Lutheran church, as it is being redecorated. The Rev. Harvey Nelson. Eleanor Moc, Wayne and Orville Koppen represented the Lakota Epworth League at the district convention at Britt last Tuesday. They report a very inspirational meeting. Walter. Lueila. Marvin and Verna Klocke and Irene Christ returned Tuesday from a week's visit with relatives at Greenfield and Hubbard. Walter is enjoying his vacation from work at the C. R. Smith store. Mr. and Mrs. W. Keating, California, were visiting at the E. J. Woodworth home last week Monday and Tuesday. They went from here to Minneapolis to visit his mother. Mrs. Keating and Mrs. Woodworth are sisters. REPAIRING LEDYARD CHURCH, A LANDMARK OF KOSSUTH COUNTY Druggists' Wife Given Surprise Birthday Visit Titonka: Mrs. W. J. Denton was surprised Thursday evening at the dnig store as several of her friends dropped in to spend til's evening with her, the occasion being her birthday. The guests brought a birthday cake appropriately decorated. After n :.ocial HOIK, ice mum, cake and coffe wore served to those present. Frank Fortney and Nettie Phillips Wed Lakota: Frank Fortney and Nettie Phillips were married at the Lutheran parsonage Friday evening, June 12, the Rev. Boese performing the ceremony. Mr. Fortney is working 1 on the dredge ditch near Lnkota, and they are making their home in the Jerry Ukena house. Read The Want Ads—It Pnys WANTED Reliable Men by National Organization Must be now employed, have foresight, fair education, mechanical Inclinations, and be will- Ing to train in spare time or evening* to qualify as INSTALLATION and SERVICE experts on all types of Electric Refrigerators and Air Conditioning equipment. For interview write, giving age and present occupation. UTILITIES KN(iINKERIN(i INSTITIITE 404 N. \\>||H St.. Chicago, III. Tuesday iJridge C\\fj The Tuesday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. J. F. Fisher last week. Mrs. L. B. Larsen made high score, Mrs. Will Ricklefs, second high and Miss Julia Nelson, low score. Each of these ladies received a prize. The Misses Nellie and Julia Nelson substituted for Mrs. Lois Winter and Mrs. George Bonacker. The Queen Esthers met with Geraldine Bruns Friday afternoon at her home for a social time. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner and son, Ellsworth left Wednesday morning for a week's vacation in northern Minnesota. Mrs. J. Luther Miller and sons, Clark and Lawrence, returned on Wednesday from several days' visit with relatives in Havelock. Mrs. Will and Clarence Schutjer were co-hostesses to the members and friends of the Methodist Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon. A. fine crowd turned out. The Bible school of the Methodist Sunday School closed Friday morning. The pupils will give a program Sunday evening. Teachers were Miss Nellie Nelson. Miss Hazel Hudlong. Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, Mrs. Andrew H. Hansen and Miss Myrtle Amu. M. E. Structure Once Was Place of Worship at Bancroft Ledyard: Some time ago subscriptions were taken by members of the M. E. church to paint and repair the building. Having received an adequate amount work was begun Wednesday by two of Leon Worden's carpenters 80 reshingle the steeple and necessary places. This church was formerly located at Bancroft. Ten years ago it was Norwegian Breakfast Held by Lakota Club Lnkotn: Mesdames O. H. Frerking, Harry Warburton. Tabe Lonts nnd Jerry Heetlnnd entertained the Acorn club at n Norwegian breakfast at 11 o'clock, Thursday at the Frerking home. Tables were set on the lawn back of the house and proved to be a lovely setting: for the two long tables covered with red and white tablecloths decorated with bowls of red roses on each table. A three course meal was served by the hostesses. Five young ladies were special guests and later helped with the entertainment. Mrs. Loats gave a short talk on "How They Entertain in Norway" and also said grace in the Norwegian language. After the breakfast. Mesdames E. R. W'orlcy nnd R. E. Hamnquist had charge torn down and brought here and I of tllc cntcrtnlnmcnt as follows: vocal trio, Betty Ley, Margaret Schroeder and Elizabeth Rahm- stocH; vocal solo. Dorothy Woodworth. The group was then divided and a picture drawing contest enjoyed, with the hostesses as judges. Mrs. Frerking then gave n tnik on her recent visit to the Dionee quintuplets and illustrated talk with snap shots. The last meeting of the season will bo a picnic at the home of Mrs. Delia Smith, June 30. Lakota Folks at Family Reunion Lnkota: Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis drove to Luke Mills last week Sunday to nttend a family reunion of the Sanden family. It was the 40th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sanden and six of their seven children were present. The event was In way of a surprise and all took baskets of food and enjoyed a picnic dinner. A purse of money was given the parents by their children. Mesdames Loats and Lewis are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sanden. Mother Breaks Arm Ledyard: Mrs. L. C. Strand received word Friday that her moth er, Mrs. Hargreaves of Algona had fallen and broken her arm. On The Toboggan Neville's Stori' is on lh<- toboggan. Mr. Dulilbcrjj; has put the skids imdt'r it. Tlu-iv arc 28,000 people in Kossuth county and at times Saturday 1 thought they were all in this store. With Dahl- berjj; at the helm avcni/jinjj $1,000.0(1 a day sales and with four different concerns wanting to rent the building T now know it means a complete close out. I was skeptical at rirst. afraid it could not be done, but it is going over with a boom, the stock is melting like snow under a hot sun. 1 have wanted to quit business for over a year and welcome this opportunity to do so. J can say to you now with all sincerity that I am going out of business and that Neville's store will be completely closed out. Today I have cancelled all orders that were given for fall merchandise. So it is good-bye to future business. I am now convinced this stock can be closed out to the bare walls. It is a sure go this time, no it's or amis. So far in the sale we have been getting about wholesale cost prices, but for this week we are making a .still further reduction. J'rices are being marked still lower. Lik<- an automobile it has taken some gas to start this sale, but still lower prices this week will put it over the hump. 1 am sure we can coast the balance of the way to a complete close out. I am telling you these things in a straight forward way. I mean .just what I say. So come and "ft your share of the splendid bargains while the getting is good and'while we have sizes to lit you. This is the last ad I will write- on this stock of goods. It means good-bye to the best going business in Algoua. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Algona, Iowa rebuilt. .Ledyard had been without a Methodist church for a number of years as their church was struck by lightning and burned to the ground during a storm. The Rev. Harvey, now at Rowan, was the pastor when the local church was brought here. He was succeeded by the Rev. Liming, the Rev. F. O. Johnson, now at Anthon. Iowa and the Rev. Hotchkiss, now at Woden. The present pastor is the Rev. Harvey Nelson. Sailor Party The King's Herald girls assisted by their leader, Alethla Brack, entertained their mothers at a very interesting sailor party Tuesday evening in the basement of the M. E. church. In place of going down the steps they had to walk a plank from a table down to n chair and thence to the floor. The girls were all dressed as little sailors and sailor games were played for entertainment. Lunch was served at card tables that were nicely decorated. Those present were: Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Marjorie, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and Francis. Mrs. Alfred Busch and Wilma, Mrs. L. C. Strand and Phyllis, Mrs. Martha Gable and Marjorie and Jean. Mrs. Bert Seifert and Maxine. Dclores Mayne, Leola Busch, Alvlra Halvcr- son, Edith Logan, Mrs. Ed Hnlver- son and Marvel and Mrs. Tice Brack. Lewis Alver visited friends at Swea City the past week. Herman Gable of Titonka called at the Martha Gable home on Tuesday. Doris Welfare spent the past week at the Cecil Pingle home near Elmore. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and three daughters, Alice and Doris Dunham were at Algona Friday. Hurold Hcrzog suffered an attack of appendicitis the past week and was unable to work. Gus Anderson, who was quite ill (he early part df the week is much improved and able to be up. A post nuptial shower was held Wednesday at Swea City for Ermii Barslou. who was recently married. George Hngge returned Tuesday from Kort Dodge where he had served on u jury the past two weeks. Mrs. H. D. Muyne assisted by Mr.s. Krank Kelly will entertain the M. E. Aid this week Thursday ut her home. The Otto Richtcrs and the Clifton Kngelbys of near Klmure ;it- Umled the Dutton reunion at A!- gona Saturday. V. A. Barrett began giving music lessons to members of the school bund the past week Monday. He I.HH some thirty pupils. Mrs. Joe Muyne, son James, Mrs. Alfred Zielske and sons, Mrs. Arthur Zielske and daughters .spent Monday at Siiverslde Luke. Maynard Warner came home on I Wednesday from Blue Earth where i he hud been working in Jerry Barnes' City service station. Doris and Alice Dunham of Waterloo came Wednesday for u short visit with their sister, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. They returned home Saturday. Mrs. Walter Winkleman of Buffalo Center and children and Mrs. Alden visited Mrs. Glenn Yuhnke Wednesday. Mrs. Yahnke and Mrs. Winkleman are sisters. Albert Barnes has been working to get the tennis court in condition as the town has taken the court over and it is open to anyone. The court was recently built by ten individual owners. Mrs. O. G. Kerr of Elmore entertained the following in honor of her niece, Arlene Pringle, who was recently married to Carl Quaday of Blue Earth. Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe and Henrietta, Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe, and Mrs. Dan O'Keefe of this place, Mrs. Bert Patterson, Mrs. Milton Pringle of Lakota, Mrs. Tom O'Keefe of Elmore and Marie Quuday of Blue Earth were in attendance. Arlene is a graduate of the local school and for the past few years has been teaching a rural school near Lakota. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pringle of Lakola. 50 NE Kossuth Vets Get Bonus Lakotai Walter Leslie, local postmaster, remained at the post office last week Wednesday and Saturday evenings for the convenience of any veterans who came to cash their bonus bonds. It has been estimated that northeast Kossuth has about M veterans. Sheriff of KossuMi Co to Metropolitan Life Ins. Co - M;\y 29. 1936 I —NWfr'4 8-100-28.—$'.>;i47.29. <Kher- ' iff Deed>. First Trust * Savs. Bk., Pux-on- port to Fred Winkleman—Feb. 18, 1936—E's of NW'« and E'-.- SW', 23-99-28.—$8,350. (Wnrnnty ppo<l>. Laura E. Paine et al to S. D. Wilson—Feb. 12. IMG—K', Lot 8 Block 32 Original Plat of Algona. —$3,000. (Warranty Defdi. Alma Boyd nvtlo.) to Marjorie M. Sherman —May 26. 1936—Lot ft Block 2 Call's S. Add. to Bancroft. —$300. (Warranty Deed*. Lloyd Keith (sgl.l to Flora Reib- hoff—June 8. 193R—undiv. 2-45 of Lot 2 and 3 Block 1 Call's Third Add to Algona. except I'a rd. of Lots.—$58.28. (Warranty Deed). Martha Albrecht and husband, Fred to Leo E. Bleich—April fi. 1932 —undiv. 1-3 int. S'« of E'-j Block 27 Original Plat of Wesley.—$330. (Warranty Deed). Rena Hauptmann and husband. John A. to Leo E. Bleich—June !). 1936—undiv. 1-3 int. in S".- of E'i Block 27 Original Plat of Wesley. —$300. (Warranty Deed). M. L. Vinaas and wife, Anna to Kossuth Co.—June 8, 1936—S. 50 ft. in width Lot 19, 20. 21. Block 3 Original Plat of Burt.—$1.00. (Warranty Deed). George L. Carroll and wife. Delia to Eleanor Vogel—June 9, 1936—Lot 2 Block 3 Murtneh Add. fo Hurt. —Sl.OO. (Warranty Peed'. Roland P. Pnine and wife, F,Ii7- abcth et al to S. P Wilson—May 18. 1936 — E\ Lot 8 Block 32. AlRo- na.—$1.00. (Quit Claim Deed.* Elsie Hnskell (sRlrO to Dora Rflmiis—May 20. 1936—Lot 2 Block 1 Zoellc's First Add. to LuVerne. — $650. 'Warranty Pcpdt. Lloyd Keith (sgle.) to Flor;< Reibhoff—June S. 1936—Lot 2. 3 niock I <"all's Third Add to Al- Konn, except E 1 'i- rd of lots.— $1.00. (Quit Claim Dredi. Township Trustees, Bnrt Twp., to Kossnth County—June 3, 1936— S Ml ft. on Width Lot 19. 20, 21 Block 3 Original Town of Burt.— Jl 00 (Warranty Deed>. H. E. Rist. Exec, to Stntp of Iowa —June P. 193fi—n part of NW corner Sec. 13-95-2!!.—517 TO. i Easement.) Ledyard Pool Hall Again Changes Hands Ledyard: The local pool hall has changed hands quite rapidly in the past week. First Wm. Watson of Estherville sold it to Cornelius Higgins of Titonka and on Monday the latter sold it to Jess O'Keefe. who has a barber shop there. Hebron Twp News Ledyard Teacher I* Shower Guest Ledyard: A miscellaneous shower was held at the V. A. Barrett home Friday evening in honor of Alice Dunham who is soon to be married to Albert Miller of Birmingham, Iowa. Miss Dunham has been a teacher in the grades of the local school the past three years und has taken an active part in church and community affairs and will be greatly missed by all. Guests were Agnes and Hattie Olson of Bancroft, Mrs. Clifton Engelby, Elmore, Mesdunaes L. W. and W. E. Wiemer. Blanche Jenks, Edward Halverson, D. B. Mayer. Ella Gelhaus, H. D. Muyne, Miss Laura Jobiisou, Doris Dunham of Waterloo und Mujorie Mayer. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Mrs. Virgil Wells spent last Wednesday at Blue Earth. Peter and Bennie Legried of near Austin spent hint Tuesday ut the Oscar Friindle home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jordahl and children spent last Monday night at the John Badjc home. Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Mrs. C. Legried spent Sunday afternoon at the Oscar Frandle home. Huth Nelson is spending part of her vacation with her sister, Mrs. Lylc Por.sey of Greenfield. Iowa. Mrs. Paul Klipping spent last Friday at the home of her mother and also at the Clarence Havelund home. Mr.s. OIc Hau.ikin and "Maynard of Blue Earth .spent last Wednesday with Adrian Ilauskln and Oscar Krandle. Vern and Glen Wells of Elmore lire K|iemiiiig a few weeks with their grandmother, Mrs. Gust Nelson and family. Mr.s. C. Legried ami Clifford unil Mrs. Oscar Krandle left last Monday for u week's visit with friends und relatives ut Madison, IJeFor- eit and Ktoughton, Wisconsin, and returned liume last Saturday. IMPORTANT!rr's VISIBLE PROOF OF SAFE. LOW ....AND fRIGIDAIRS //AS IT! Deeds Recorded June 1—June 15 Katherina Halm (wdo. I et al to Harry Rahn—April 29, 1936—SW* 17-98-29.—$1.00. (Warranty Deed). Joe Kline and wife. Nesa, to Henry Meyer—May 28, 1U38—N'-. of SWU 29-88-27.—$10,000. (Warranty Deed). Henry Meyer and wife, Susie to Joe Kline et Hi—May 28. 1U36— SWU 17-98-27.—$18,000. (Warranty Deed). Lenette W. Butler and husband, E. B. to T. J. Halpin and wife, Leotu—May 11, 1936—Beginning at u point 3 ft. 7 in. S of SE corner of Lot 3 John G. Smith's Add. to Algona, running E 8 rd. N parallel with E. line of Lot 3. 4 rd. W. to point 3 ft. 7 in. S of NE corner of Lot 3 S. along E. line of John (J. Smith's Add. to SE corner of Lot 3 S. along E. line of Lot 56 Oak Park Add. to Algona. 3 ft. 7 in. to beginning.—$225. (Warranty Deed). Notice to Bond Buyers The Board of Directors of the School District of German Township, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, will offer for sale at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 29th day of of June. 1936, at the Center School House in German Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, Twenty-Five 'housand Dollars ($25,000.00) School Building Bonds of saiU School District Bonds will be furnished by the School District. G. D. WELHOUSEN, 24-20 Secretary, Board of Directors. COUNTY PLAT BOOKS for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, shows land-owners name on each farm in Kossuth county. Latest edition sells for $2.50; older editions for $1.50 each. Cull at this office. Kudu Saturday—Gamble's Sale on Washers, Radios, Refrigerators. $10 Allowance for your old Radio on a new Farm Console, txch. price, complete, $34.95. 25 H,W,POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Injured against loss or damage. 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