The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1936 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 14, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 14, 1936 North East * Kossuth Page DRY WEATHER & WORMS DESTROY SUGAR BEETS Poison Brought from Mason City to Kill Worms at Ledyard BEER TRUCK IN A DITCH AT LEDYARD Ledyard: E. V. Koestler called Wm. Bectyl of Buffalo Center early Friday In regard to the worms working on the sugar beets. Mr. Bectyl in the head manager for the sugar beet company in this section. He came over and later a poison was brought from Mason City to use as a spray for the beets. It Menu this miller or web worm works on the leaves of the larger beets. It cannot stand rain or moisture but thrives on dry weather and in the last week of heat and no dew nights It is hastening to do Its damage. One man said the bugs start In a swarm and spread out M do grasshoppers, but let a rain come and you could not find a live one the next day. These are present every year but usually It rains enough to keep them from doing any harm. Mr. and M>s. Edward Halverson and Marvel were at Blue Earth Tuesday. Glen Dyer went to Winnebago Tuesday to spend the week visiting friends. Mrs. Edward Knoner and Mrs. D. B. Mayer were at Elmore Wednesday evening. Mr, and Mrs. August Busch and three children and August Gelhaus were at Algona Monday. Mrs. Emma Bennett of St. Paul and son spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Carl Burrows. Mi. and Mrs. Gene Worden of near Elmore visited at the Leon Worden home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ace Warner was called to Bancroft Honday by the serious illness of her brother's baby, which later passed away. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris drove to Guckeen Thursday to help the former's niece, Doretta Johnson celebrate her birthday. James Logan visited from Monday to Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. H. D. Mayne. He is work- Ing In Sioux City this summer. Mrs. Carl Warmeler, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Tertald of Rake spent the week end at the Carl Burrows home. The former is hlg sister. D. A. Link's son, and wife of DCS Moines visited him one day the past week. He Is th_e head zone man for the Avery Co. and has charge of the state of Iowa. Irene, Alma, and Naomi Junker- meter and Arlowie Blome took Maxlne Runke to her home at Hollandale Wednesday and plan to stay there a few weeks and visit relatives. Marjorie Gable was pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening when the Kings Herald girls all brought birthday gifts In honor of her llth birthday. Her mother had a large cake for their lunch. Clint and Levl Stanley of North Dakota called on Mrs. Laura Nlest- er Tuesday. They used to live here, west of town, some 40 years ago. They were called here by the serious Illness of their mother who lives with her son, Cal, near Elmore. i Lumetta Reece, who the past year has been taking a beauty culture course at Des Moines and has just completed her work under another operator at Lake Mills Is at the home of her parents until in August when she will take the state board examinations and then she expects to operate a shop of her own. Jack Reece recently received a letter from his cousin, Donald Pugsley, who with his brother and sister are visiting their aunt, Miss Mattle Reece atr Mt. Pleasant, Utah. The three are well known here as they often upend the summer with their grandparents, the P. W. Recces. They made the trip alone by bus and he states he Is having lots of fun helping to irrigate. Tuesday evening a large beer truck went Into the ditch about four miles north of town. There were two men In the truck and It Is rumored that the driver went to sleep. Neither men were injured but the truck was so badly damaged that two other trucks were brought here from Lincoln, Neb., one to put the wrecked truck on and the other to put the big body on that contained the beer. They left with It Thursday. Little Girl Has Infantile Paralysis Beulah Burlingame, eight year old adopted daughter of Nellie Burlingame, is seriously 111 with infantile paralysis. She was stricken with the disease Wednesday. This is the only case of Infantile paralysis in town. Dr. Wallace is the attending physician. The Burl- ingames returned June 26 from a trip east. For Your Trip Complete Service Let Us Check Your * TIRES * SPARK PLUGS * BATTERY ^LUBRICATION + BRAKES * GENERATOR Free Brake Test LEADERS In the LOW PRICE 4.50-21 4.75-19 9.00-19 5.25-18 The Ftruuxic Sentinel Tire—of good qualify and condruciion and backed bythcFiralone name and guarantee. An outstanding value in ill price claw. Courier TheFircM Tire—a good able lire tot owners of •mall car* who want new lire safety at low cost. SPARK PLUGS EackUfalf IIIP'OTirettone flu uo* Phone 866 One Stop Service Jones and State St. LAKOTA LIVELY WITH MANY ITEMS Lakota: Mrs. Jerry Heetland entertained the Presbyterian Missionary society Thursday with Mrs. Minnie Heetland and Mrs. Charles Winter as assistant hostesses. Miriam Heetland had charge of the devotions. Mrs. Vera William*, Mrs. William Schroeder and Mrs. Doris Ukena each took part In present- Ing the lesson from Women and Missions. All enjoyed group sing- Ing. The Chris Asmussons spent last week end at Sioux City visiting his parents. Frank Miller, Fred Laabs and Verne Mollnder drove to Amber Lake Wednesday and spent the day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Everett, of Storm Lake visited Mrs. Everett's family, the J. A. Bargers, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Coonle Roelfsema drove to Des Moines last week, where they spent parts of Wednesday and Thursday. The Harvey Johnson family are enjoying a vacation at Okoboji. Mr. Johnson, who works in the Ford garage, spends part of his time here and part at the lake. The I. E. Wortmans entertained two sisters of Mrs. Wortman last week, Mrs. Ruth Ewlng, Webster City, and Lena Amundson, Eagle Grove, also Lelah Mitchell of Webster City. lone Berhow, who works In a hospital in St. Paul, spent a few days last week visiting her mother, Mrs. Elsie Berhow, who lives on a farm between Lakota and Elmore. Her father passed away about a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley, son Donald and Ruth Berschman drove to Okoboji Tuesday and spent the day with Dr. and Mrs. Shuell, who are spending their vacation In a cottage there. The Shuells live in Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer and two sons drove to Vermllllon, S. D., July 2 to visit Mrs. Beemer's sister and family. The baby became ill shortly after their arrival there, so they came home Sunday. He Is much Improved. Mrs. E. R. Worley received word last week that her to-other, Mr. Bailey, Mason City, had been seriously Injured In an automobile accident near Sioux City when the truck he was driving was run into by a car driven by a woman. He is recovering. The P. L. Koppens drove to Mason City Wednesday where Dorothy consulted a doctor in regard to ear trouble. The rest of the family cam* horn* that afternoon but «h« remained for x-ray and further observation. She has had two Impacted wisdom teeth removed. Mrs. William Turley's sister and husband, the, B. C. Pletch'a, came for a visit with the Turleys last week. Mr. Petsch has gone east on n business trip but Mrs. Pctsch is Btaying here until his return, when they will go to San Francisco, California, to make their home. Mrs. Raymond Smith was called to Aureliu, last Tuesday by a message aiiying her mother, Mrs. Dawson, hud suffered a severe heart attack, caused by the heat. Raymond took her there that evening returning home Wednesday morning, but Mrs. Smith remained for a longer time. Mrs. Robert Bcnnct and son, Raymond of St. Paul arrived last week Sundny for a visit at the Wm. Thaves home. Mrs. Bennett is a sister of Mrs. Thaves and they had not seen each other for 31 years. Mrs. Thaves did not know she was coming so it wns a happy The son went home the first of lust week but came back Sunday and took his mother home. Mrs. Bennett also visited another sister ut Led yard. Mrs. Guy Beemer entertained the Methodist Aid at the monthly business meeting last Wednesday afternoon. On account of the extreme heat only about a dozen were present. It waa decided to serve a 35- cent supper Sauerkraut day at the church. Committees will be appointed at the next business meeting. Mrs. Sarah Patterson will be tha hostess at the next social meeting at the church, July 22. and a covered dish lunch will be served. | Hebron Twp News § "°rc"""re»^^ Betty Hauskin spent a few days with her uunt, Mrs. Lloyd Lage, last week. Mrs. Oscar Prandle and rhildren spent Sunday at the home of Mrs C. O. Legried. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and family were Sunday visitors at the Everett Sleper home. Louis Miller and Albert Krosch left for South Dakota Tuesday on some business matters. _ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kltppini* .vc--« Saturday eveninir xuppur ,i.ti>ts at the Oscar Frand!e home. Mrs. Art Ooeke, Mrs. Vern Goekc and Mrs. Lawrence Goeke called on Mrs. Carl Huuskin last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle drove to Des Moines on u business trip last Tuesday and returned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin and Mrs. Louis Kap&ngst drove to Mason City lost Wednesday. Mrs. Hauskin went to take treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Vinje and Everett Sleper and Ben Hauskin left last Friday for Morris, Minn., to attend the family reunion. Budlong Party Touring in West Titonka: Mrs. Frances Budlong, In company with her daughters, Edith and Hazel of Hampton and Dr. Miae of Waterloo, left Wednesday on a two weeks' trip In the west. They expect to visit Estes Park and a sister of Mrs. Budlong living at Ixmgrmont, Colorado, before their return. Miss Edith will have three weeks vacation from her duties at the Hampton National bank. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Honken spent the 4th at Lake Mills with Mrs. Honken's parents. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Al Young Monday night, a daughter. Mother and child doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tienan and children of near Garner were Sunday guests of Frank's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, south of town. Mrs, Bessie Cogswell of Los Angeles is visiting in Iowa at present, in Clear Lake with her sister, Mrs. Woodward. She, In company with Mrs. May me Relbsamen Baker, expect to visit Tltonka friends soon. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler of Lakota, a son Thursday, July 2, at the Esthervllle hospital. The Butlers have three boys and tv/o girls. Mrs. Butler was Effle Pannkuk before her marriage, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pannkuk. Mrs. Chester Lamoreux was pleasantly surprised Monday even- Ing by friends who gathered to help her observe her birthday. She was invited to spend the evening on the lawn at the Mrs. Emma Helfner home. After a social hour, lunch was served. Members of the Luther League of Good Hope Lutheran church and relatives of Miss Lois Boyken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyken, gave her a pleasant surprise party Friday evening when they came to her home with gifts and lunch. The occasion was Lois' 16th birthday. returned home Sunday from their houseboat vacation on the Mississippi River. The Alftona rhautauqua was on r ull blast. The speeches were mnin- y on world peace and woman suffrage. Bohemlr Kryl, with his band, was one of the main attractions. The attendance was very good as was the Interest shown by the Al- gorm people. Henry Netimnn, employed at the Algona Brick & Tile Works, was .he victim of an aasault and at- empted hold up Saturday evening near the Dr. Cretzmeyer residence. fie received a blow on the back of .he head by a gas pipe. He called oudly for help and his assailant jecamc alarmed and fled. • * • A big meeting of the Algonn Commercial Club was to be held and efforts were made to interest all citizens and farmers in making his a booster meeting that would bear results. Komnth county farmers nave ieen unable to sleep during the past two weeks on account of the ', noise made by the growing corn. Air. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb and laughter, Ernestine, left for Des Moines to join the special Shrin- ers train to Buffalo, New York, to ittend the National convention of Shriners of the United States. Char- TITONKANEWS The Tltonka Indians played Ban croft there Thursday and lost by the score of 4 to 1. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bonacker and children returned Saturday noon from their western trip. The Legion Auxiliary installed officers last week Tuesday evening at the W. J. Denton home. Geo. Johnson bought back his residence and lot which he recently sold to Rev. and Mrs. Gartner. Mrs. Chas. Hagen and grandson of Chicago, came Tuesday for an extended vMt, with her sister, Mrs. Frank Hagen, and family. Harvest was well under way lasl week. Oats is reported a little short but the farmers expect « fair yield. Corn la reported all right as yet. Edward Boyken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyken. assistant cashier of tile Titonkii Savings Bank, returned Friday afternoon from a five day vacation .spent in Illinois. Little Amy Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher of the Fisher garage, who has been carrying her arm in a sling due to u bud Mpraln. has been relieved of the splints. Mrs. Lillie Wood and sons, John, Sigwell and Donald drove to Des Moines Wednesday where Donald enrolled in the C. M. T. C. for six weeks. They returned late Wednesday evening. W. H. Hutchison, father of Dcw- ey, is home from Iowa City, where lie had been an operative patient. He is getting along nicely. He and Ilia son. Dtwey, live together on a farm south of town. On Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher and Oscar Miller installed the officers of the subordinate und Rebekah lodges at Hurt in <i joint public installation. A nice crowd was present. Cherry pie a lu mode and fruit nectar was served ut the close of the cerrnonles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Scott, Mundelien, 111., came Wednesday morning for u visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner. In the afternoon they all drove to the Alrec Boeckholdt home, southeast of Titonka for a short visit, returning to Kstherville in the evening where they are voting Mr. Scott's parents. He is a nephew of Mrs. Faulkner. Twent Years Newt Alonzo Franklin, Algona'M centenarian died. The 104-year old man died at his hjme in the north part of the city Wednesday He wus the oldest Mason in the alula and perhaps in the nation. Mr. Franklin was a Spiritualist In religion, u Democrat in politics, und a strong advocate of temperance. • » • Superintendent J. F. Ovrrmycr waa traveling in New York. He visited Wall street but did not find any of the millions lying around loose. Also \vu* in the YVoolworth building, 7U5 feet high, the highest in the world, took a boat trip, buw Ellis Island, the Goddeaa of Liberty and numerous war ships, among them the "Vaterland," the lurgesl ship ley Nlcoulln left at the same time for Des Moines to make the trip as a member of the big Des Moines Shriners' band. • • • The Milwaukee f* the> first road to place electric lights in their depot In Algona. The company will make other improvements soon nnd probably go after their share of the business in the city. Delegates to the Luther convention spoke very highly of Algona and ita beautiful homes and paved streets. They did however think that the old and dilapidated court house was a disgrace to the city. • • • Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Sutherland, living in the east part of the city, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, July 4th. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every toad Insured against low or damage. Equipped t* do an kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf Texas Centennial WORKING GIRL'S POPULARITY CONTEST FREE VOTE COUPON _ j "' I GIVE 10 VOTES TO — Deposit vote in ballot box at State Theatre Give to Contestant, Mail or Bring to office Contest Closes July 31 BASKET GROCERY Ask Us for Prices on Canned Peas by the dozen lots Telephone Peas 1 dozen cans $1.49 Packed by Monarch. Pens are predicted to be scarce this yenr. It will pny you to stork up now. Whole Kernel Corn, vacuum tins, ea. 15c Macaroni 2£lb. pkg. 19c Crisco 31b. can 55c Tea Sifting* per Ib. lOc Ginger Ale & White Soda, 3 Ige. hot*. 25c (plus deposit) Prince Albert and Velvet per tin lOc FRUIT JARS Complete With Caps and Rubbers Pints 57c Quarts 67c Half Gallons 97c This Is Ideal Weather for Ice Tea Try Monarch Black Tea &lb cannister 39c Pen Jell . 2 pkgs. 25c (For Perfect Jam and Jelly—the economical way) Cashew Nuts per Ib. 29c Crystal White Soap 6 giant bars 25c Assorted Cold Meats—Home Made Bologna Fmits and Vegetables Iced Watermelons BEGINS A1V / • H/flit i** v Alt" 1 "'"" ' , t ,l:>« -. mil"""" , ' the I"' . .. tiQ-n <"' L. ,,i I T'S in your power this hummer lo make life brighter and broader and bigger — to open up new pleasures, find more fun, discover fresh scenes — and the key to it all is thU brilliant liuick Sl'HCIAI. Scries -(0, priced as a liuick has never been priced before! 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