The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1936 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 7, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 7, 1936 North East * Kossuth Page .SCHUTJER BURIED TOES. Children at Hospital Bedside When Death Came Titonka, July 1: Word was received Saturday evening that Mrs. George Schutjer, Sr., had died at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, where she had been an operative patient since Friday. All the children were called to the hospital on Friday. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the Methodist church at 1:30 following: services at the house t»t 1 p. m. Stott Daughter Die* Vf. H. Stott received a message Thursday night from Detroit, Mich, saying his daughter, Mrs. Pear Slinker, had died. Mrs. Sllnker had submitted to an operation Wednes day. The body was shipped to In dianola for burial Sunday. New Bond Worker Named John E. Falk was selected by ., Supervisor Wm. Cosgrove to tak Chester Lamoreux's place with th county road work. 81st Birthday Is Observed Mrs. Rasmus Petersen, south of town observed her 81st birthday on Snturday. Friends and neighbors called and presented her with a APE YOU SERIOUS? IT WOULD ACTUALLY COST LE& THAN Id? P—^ ABSOLUTELY/ THE NEWFRKilDAIRE ITH Tf/efaereH- MISEtfSAVES ENOUGH ON ICE ^MD FOOD BILLS TO RAY FOR ITSELF, AND PAY YOU A PROFIT. BESIDES! ^££ ff ttC4f V1UGIDAIRE ' EASY TERMS AT Bjustrom's Home Appliances Algona Swea City gift. Sunday, all the children and heir families came home. Daugh- ers are Mrs. Ella Brlggs and Mrs. da Winkel of Algona. and sons are Clmer, George, Ernest and Will, and Henry, who Is not married, and who lives with his mother. Church Han Mission Festival The annual mission festival of 3ood Hope Lutheran church was leld Sunday in the Immanuel Lutheran church with the Rev. A. Killan, pastor, assisting in the celebration. Special speakers were the Rev. J. F. Wipperman, Morgan, Minn., and the Rev. Mr. Colberg of Britt. The church choir sang special music. Those attending brought picnic dinners and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller are enjoying a new Chevrolet car purchased Saturday from Frank Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and husband of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. John Schrader, of Brltt, were Sunday guests at the Will Boyken home and attended the mission festival at the Good Hope church. Mrs. Mayme L. Peterson arrived home from the Twin Cities on Thursday after three weeks visiting her three sisters, Mrs. Veva Keagle, Mrs. Ruth Keagle and Mrs Ethel Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher and daughter, Audrey, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boyken and children, Edith Marie, Marjorie, John Robert and Joan and friend. Arlene Classey wjth Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher spent Sunday at Pilot Knob state park. PRODUCING UNUSUAL BEAUTY Two New Lakota Auxiliary Member* Lakota: The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Wade Ball last week Monday evening and initiation of two new members, Emma and Lou- \ ise Thaves, took place, also Installation of new officers. Mrs. Wade Ball, the new president, adjourned the meeting and announced the rest of the evening would be a party in honor of Mrs. Roelfsema, who has been president since the Lakota unit was organized. Plants, Rock Gardens and Arbors Receive Good Attention Twenty Years News LEDYARD NEWS Seneca Man Run Over After Fall Seneca: Ole Johanson escaped from a serious accident several days ago with injuries, when his car ran over him. He suffered three fractured ribs, but fortune prevented him from being maimed or killed. Everett Johanson wns driving the car, and he and Olc were pulling a trailer. Mr. Johanson opened the car door to sec if the trailer was all right, and he fell from the car directly into the path of the rear wheels. Before Everett could stop the car both the rear automobile and trailer wheels had passed over him. "Box Car"—A Gripping Serial. Madeline Sharps Buchanan's dtory of a Small Town Cinderella Who Taken to the Open Road; Beginning In The American Weekly, The .Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday'* Chicago Herald and Examiner. Mrs. Harold Clark of Bancroft was here Thursday. Leon Worden's carpenter crew went to LuVerne Monday for several week's work. Helen Jensen of Buffalo Center spent the past week here with her sister, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Francis and Margaret Yahnke spent the past week with their grandparents, the Julius Jensen's at Buffalo Center. The Bert Seiferts left Thursday morning for Little Boy, Minn., to visit Mrs. Seifert's parents, whom she has not seen for seven years. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Fred Anderson, George Hagge left Friday morning for Little Boy, Minn., to spend the Fourth with Mr. ( and Mrs. George Moulton. Francis Hettlcr, teacher here the past year, called on friends here on Monday evening. She has an extension job in regard to rehabilitation projects and was enroute to Armstrong. Maynard Warner went to Dr. Sommers Monday. He had infection in his right hand as the result of a blister worn while shoveling gravel. The doctor lanced it and he is getting along nicely. Mrs. Margaret Looft accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Orvillc Anderson to her home in Des Moines Thursday. The two ladies were six o'clock dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Blanche Jenks Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jake Smith, Mrs. Merli Woltz and baby, all of Burt, spcn Thursday afternoon with Mrs Blanche Jenks. Mrs. Woltz was formerly Ida Mae Hansen of Ban croft and was tho local telcphon operator there. Mr. Pugh and Line Patrolme Davidson were here Thursday in Lakota: Many visitors to Lakota mention the fact that for a town of its size Lnkota has so many beautiful flower gardens and lawns and although the continued dry weather is Inking its toll, the water hose is in continuous use. Among the more elaborate gardens are the Fred Huitners' rock garden with two pools full of growing plants and gold fish and hundreds of different kinds of flowers; the Chris Asmusson's that is always a riot of color and beauty; Mrs. Ida Ukena who has unusually beautiful peonies and monthly roses. She also has u pool and an arbor scat. The Jerry Ukena place was planted and cared for by the Into Mrs. Julia Wortman, who was n great lover of flowers. The Presbyterian church and parsonage lawn is well kept and west of the church is a hedge of red roses. Ray Smith has had the lawn around his new home landscaped and in connection with that his mother, Mrs. C. R. Smith , . . is making a very attractive corner. Dr. H. H. Murray's lawn was landscaped several years ago and is very attractive. The lawns about almost every house lot nre well kept showing a pride In the appearance of house and grounds. A utata of war existed between IT. S. and Mexico. Thirty-nine states had responded to the call for arms. Mexican citizens still continued to cross the border and shoot our citizens. Over 100.000 guardsmen had been mustered into service. It appears that direct intervention is the only solution for the Mexican troubles and the sooner the United States sends forces tnto that country and cleans it up the better. i - * Harold B. Quarton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton. was united in marriage in Berlin. Germany, May 11, to Miss H. Louise von Ackeren, formerly of Elgin, Illinois. In a letter to his parents, Mr. Quarton tells that two ceremonies are held in that country, civil and religious. • • • Cowan & Herman had a crew of men at Titonka, where they had the contract to erect the new Peterson post office building. Melzar Falkenhalner taught his fingers in the chains of the Otto Falkenhniner auto the other day while engaged in adjusting them to the tires and had this thumb nail Guests at Musuman's Guests at the H. D. Mussmnn ome recently are: Mrs. George ;envpf, Riceville; Mrs. Walter Nath nd two sons, Cresco; Mr. and Mrs. [arry Stevenson. Goldfield. and heir daughter, Betty, a nurse in owo Methodist hospital in Des Hoincs; Louise Anderson, Grinnell: VTrs D C. Kiester, Mrs. F. C. Kiest- r and Mrs. Charles Anderson, Ellore. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. rtussman, Sr., accompanied their aughter, Mrs. Kempf. home for a •isit. FARMERS ATTENTION TWINE I'lute your order now. JOE BLOOM roust-to-Coast Store Water Softener Demonstration taken oft bruised. and his other fingers Alonza Franklin, 104 years old, Algona's oldest living citizen, was ill. He is now spending most of his time in bed. Uncle Billy Ward, who is himself past 91, was making ! frequent visits to see him. Marian Lamb, LuVrrnp, was fined $5 and costs by Justice Crowell, charged with robbing a prairie chicken's nest. • • • All grocery stores agreed to close July Fourth. The decree was signed by Kohlhaas Bros.. Thos. Akre, Moe & Sjogren, Lars Sorensen, Long Bros. & Henderson, Jas. Pat- .teison. J. H. Peterson, E. J. Skin- A complete change of school text books was to be made as a result of a county vote. The county board of education consisting of County Auditor Beardsley. Superintendent Shirley and thes upervisors were to lake charge of this enormous task. Three days were spent by the board in hearing representatives of various book companies 99* The women of this county are not easily discouraged, and had :il- leady begun their next campaign for suffrage. • • • E. T. Aleredlth, democratic candidate for governor, is banking on getting some republican votes, but the editors of the paper don't seem to think he will, and ray so editorially. • • • Miss Carrie Frnnzen of TitonUa became the bride of Henry H Bruiis with Rev. Wcllner officiating. Locals: Or. M. .1. Keneflck drove to Iowa City for commencement E. C. Dickinson left Monday to join n special caravan of Buick dealers going to the factory at Flint, Mich Chase Foxes Out Of Brooder Houses Plum Creek: Foxes have become so numerous in this locality that people are having to guard their chicken houses. At the Claude Seely farm they are chasing them out of brooder houses with sticks and they come and go at the Jasperson and <ain farms. George Kain captured a fine femal fox recently and ins it on exhibition at his farm. Botsford Lumber Co. Jim 3*001 VVWVWVWWYWAWA^^ •!i-/-\n »T**I-ITX ^* K T*C* WITH A l! .. . ner, Anderson Bros, I Bros. , and Greenlee Party for Coonte. The Lcgionaircs held a party for Coonle Roelfsema at his home last week Monday evening. Mr. Roelf- sema, who has worked for Art Schissel in the elevator for several years, discontinued work July 1st ind will leave Lakota in the near future. Clarence Hays, Rodman, was In an Algona hospital as a result of having been bitten by a stallion. Sam Burnqulst, Fort Dodge, was a business visitor in Algona, Saturday. BARN PAINT RED &9C gallon 5 Gallon Lots JOE BLOOM Coast-to-Cotwt Store MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE ONLY ONE SPOON of SOAP FLAKES IS REWIRED A TUB OF SOFT WATER- i HARD WATER JAWS AWUT j| SPOONS 'OF I TO FIT IVIMV f IKOUHHOUI r ,J. The NALCO Portable Water Softener gives you all the Soft , , - Water you want—hot or cold — I f as easily as turning a faucet. No !>/ chemicals. |M| Water softened tlic Nalco way is softer and purer tlian ram water. Saves Soap-Saves Work Soil water assures deep, rich suds und sav.-s suap Cleans clothes quicker ami f«r laundry, bath or shain- - l ' c uur Jeinunslratiun now. Hereafter all long distance caK will go directly to Algona instea of through Bancroft. Tht shorle calls will go as previously. Jean and Marjorie Guble wo first in the amnteur contest spon sored by the Grant M. E. Aid I connection with their home mad ice cream social. The girls ....„ 'Home on the Range" and "Home Swuet Horrte in Texas." They each received H dollar. Mrs. Raymond Burslou assisted by Mrs. Raymond Anderson, Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Lawrence Sanftner, all of Swea City: Mrs. Charles Fox, Bancroft, and Mrs. Dell Bnrslou entertained ut a post nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. Howard Morton <Erma Bnrslou) on Tuesday afternoon ut the home of the former. Forty guests were present. Contest games were played /or entertainment. The honoree received many lovely gifts. The Epworth League girls held n tea at the M. E. church Thursday afternoon to make the rest of their expenses to attend the institute at Okoboji. The following program WHS given: song, America, group; poem by Murjorie Gable; play, "The Deferred Proposal"—Mrs. George Parker, Beulah Looft, Geraldine Parker, Evelyn Mayne. Tommy Parker, Marvel Halverson, Horatio Bangs, Edith Logan, Stubhs Scribbler, Alvira Halverson, Betty Beach 1 , Muriel Reece, and Patty Palmer, Alvira Halverson. The six girls who left Sunday to attend the institute were Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayne. Muriel Reece. Beulah Looft, Alvira Hulverson and Mabel Kitlcy. Former Doctor Returns Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Shuell, Lincoln Nebr., who are spending their vacation at Lake Okobojl, were visiting friends in Lakota last week • 8hu»tt .wa» - . formerly a physician here for sev eral years. He is now n staff physician in the Veterans' hospital in Lincoln. Mr mid Mrs. Ball. Titonka. spent Si)i!ii;iy with the Everett Rippen- trops. The Eil Underdahl family return- rhursilay from a week's vacation nt i-rllle, Minn. I,!i'e reports from the hospital lit Iowa City are that Hilbert Walt- louse is recovering since his recent operation there. Veru Sachs is staying ut the Wm. Poppe home near Ledyard since Mrs. Poppe wns injured in a ear iccident recently. Mrs. R. Uken, southeast of town, who has been seriously ill with liL-urt trouble for several weeks, is reported recovering. William Ebert and family returned to their home ut Mt. Pleasant, Thursday after a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. M. Ebert. The members of the Acorn elub entertained their husbands and children at a 7 o'clock picnic supper on Mrs. Delia Smith's lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brand drove to Forest City last week and brought home Mrs. Brand's mother, Mrs. M. E. Boynton, who is visiting them. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel and Ubbe Dreesman spent last week at their cottage at Spirit Lake, getting it ready for occupancy. They had tin- building enlarged by addiing u kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton drove to Green Mountain,) Iowa, last week Monday and spent the with Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Ner- Hebron Twp News Texas Centennial WORKING GIRL'S POPULARITY CONTEST FREE VOTE COUPON I (JIVE 10 VOTES TO Deposit vote in ballot box at State Theatre (»ivo •<> Contestant, Mail or Brinp: to office Contest Closes July 31 Market Day Sale Saturday, July 11 We will have 250 to 300 head of Spring Pigs, also we expect to have a good consignment of cattle. If you have anything to sell or want to buy, attend our weekly auction each Saturday. All Kinds of Fence Posts and Furniture Open every day. Phone 424, Algona, 161, Burt C. O. Riddle,. Auct. R. S. John, Operator FREE - Clothes Pins B. one of U,e ptete now Walroad will be here on Thursday. July », u|l -U»r peration of th* nuxlern household nec- £ »ow to «*. »* - Uie dttte> OneDayOnly 9a.m.to5p.m. Thursday, July 9 Kohlhaas & Spilles Mrs. Carl Hauskin has been in poor health the last few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Fjetland and family spent last Sunday at Inter- luken. Norma Osland is spending her summer vacation with relatives at Huxley. George Smith visited at Hie J K. Muslin home at Maxwell last .Sunday. Mr.s. Osrar Fnindle ami baby called Monday afternoon on Mrs. George Smith. Joe Sanduni and family -spent last Thursday evening at the Oscar Krantile home. Berdean and Thelma Frandle visited Tuesday afternoon with the Kjctland giHs. M,r. and Mrs. Ernest Trasamar and Viola spent Sunday evening at the Ed Miller home. Duane Thompson was an over night visitor with his cousins, Arlen and Merle Hauskin, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje and daughters attended the wedding of her brother at Titonka last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sadura and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Ernest Trasamar home near Frost, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bruns at Buffalo Center. P. M. Pederaon spent a few days last week with his home folks at Story City, and attended the funer a) of his father. Mr. and Mrs. Chissie Berg and vig formerly of Swea City, and on Thursday drove to Marshulltown. where they met their granddaughter, .lane, two years old, who came home with them. Mr und Mrs. Stanley Wells and little son, of Seattle Washington, were visitors at the George Heet- lutui home last Tuesday. Mrs. Wells was formerly Dorothy Love and U years ago was a teacher in the Lakota school They had been in Des Moines visiting her parents and .stopped Ill-re on their way home. Dr. anil Mrs. R. L. Williams drove to Mason City last week Tuesday taking with them Frank Lewis who Imil his tonsils removed at the Mercy hospital. Mr. Lewis has suffered for several years with severe attacks of quinsey and it is hoped the operation will prevent further attacks. He came home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, who took their buby daughter to Iowa City last week, came home Moiulaj afternoon. Doctors there adviset them to leave here there for a time for thorough observation. Later the baby was brought home by a hospital attendant Thursday afternoon but no report has been given .o date. „„, from our wonderful display ol R & G* Used Cart the on* Ihal will give most pleasure and satisfaction to Your iamilv. U nol entirely salisfled—brina U back wUhln 48 hours and get your money. # Renewed in our shop—and Guaranteed by us to measure up lo printed specifications on car. R. & G. VALUES ONE 1935 FORD TUDOR (extra special) Black color, runs like new for only $450.00. THREE 1936 FORD TUDORS These cars have low mileage, and are R. & G. Values, from $450.00 up. ONE NEW 1936 CHEV. 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