The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1936 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 21,1936 SENECA SCHOOLS LETBUSROUTES Consolidated School Bargains for Hauling Children on 11 Routes Seneca: The Seneca consolidated school bus routes were let at an auction Wednesday evening, July 1, but were n6t passed on until last Monday evening. The following persons were given bus routes for the coming year, giving the number of the route, the driver this year and also who drove last year: No. 1, Ole Oftedahl, driven last year by Clifford Gardner; No. 2, A. T. Paulsen, also driven by Paulsens last year; No. 3, Tom St. John, last year by Howard Bollig; No. 4, Ralph Campbell, last year by F. E. Jensen; No. 6, to be relet July 20; No. 8, Howard Bollig, last year by P. H. Peterson; No. 7, George Patterson, also last year by the Pat- tersons; No. 8, Paul Crowley, also last year by the Crowleys; No. 9, Ole Johanson, also last year by the Johansons; No. 10, Loren Byers, also driven by the Byers last year; No. 11, Jess Halverson, last year by Ralph Campbell. Tom Nielsen will haul coal for the school house and teacherage from W. A. Murray In Bancroft. Miss Bonny Byers spent Wednesday with her friend, Loretta Crowley. Miss Orva Halverson of Ames is spending several weeks at the parental Jens Halverson hqme and with other relatives and friends. Miss Velda Johns left last week Friday for St. Paul where she will take up a beauty culture course at the St. Paul Hardresslng Academy. Miss Ruth Houseman, who has been employed at the C. F. Nielsen home the past two months, returned to her home In Armstrong, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peterson of Kanwha spent the past week end at the parental Carl Peterson home and with other relatives and friends. Read The W»at Ads—It Pays Texas Centennial WORKING GIRL'S POPULARITY CONTEST FREE VOTE COUPON 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 PORTLAND PROGRESS CLUB ATTENDED BY SIXTY-FOUR MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS Show-Off Driving For Girl Friend* Ends in Accident Portland Twp. Cor: Last week Sunday Miss Lillle Holm and Loraine Carlson had a bit of excitement they do not care to repeat. They were riding in a Chevrolet coach driven by Virgil Swcinzen of Swea City. He is a bit reckless and thought he'd give the girls a swift ride. When he nearer! the John Koestler home he could not make the turn north so sailed straight ahf.ad into the Koestler yard ami seemed to lose control for he ran over a hay rake and on to a cement wall with a 12 foot drop over it, which threw Virgil Into the windshield and cut his arm, face and leg In many place. The sudden drop over the wall tipped the car onto its side jerking the door nearly off and throwing the girls out on their heads. The car righted itself and something broke which stopped it before it went over the high cliff just ahead of it. Virgil was slightly stunned, but the spurting of blood from his arm awoke him quickly. Loraine also got up alone but stunned. Miss Holm was unconscious for a half hour. The Koestler family rushed to the scene and worked fast and bandaged up the cut and bruises. Cecil Powell came soon after and took Virgil home in Virgils car. MAN'S HEART SKIPS BEATS—DUE TO GAS W. L. Adams was bloated so with gas that his heart often missed beats after eating. Adlerika rid him of all gas, and now he eats anything and feels fine. E. W. Lusby, Druggist Beginning Thursday, 9 A. M. 1O Final Days To Sell Out - Clean Out - Get Out Goeders* Store Says Goodbye Forever A IP-day smashing cleanup to close ""out every single item in this store - price is no object - the goods must be sold at some price -come early - selections and quantities are limited-Thursday, 9a.m. Read Every Item - Check Every Price • Come Early J & P Coats Thread Ic Remnants 10c-15c-20c-25c-35c Rayon Panties 2 - 25c $1.95 White Fabric Shoes New styles 50c $2.95 White Leather Shoes New style, Children's Shoes value, to $2.50 50c 3000 Yards Ribbons - Laces lc-3c-5c Clothes Hangers doz. 5c lOc Notions 4-10c To $29.75 Silk Dresses Choice House $5.00 To $6.00 Silk Dresses $2.88 $8.50 Florsheim Shoes $3.50 $3.50 Good Quality Shoes $1.50 Rubbers - Galoshes 25c • 50c $1.95 Comfort Shoes 50c GOEDERS ALGONA, IOWA Quits Forever CCC Boys Working on a Drainage Ditch in Port land Township Portland: Sixty-four mothers, daughters and children gathered at the Ivan Long home Thursday afternoon for a monthly club meeting. The Meeting was opened with a song. Miss Krna Peterson acted as secretary in the absence of Mrs. S. R. Parsons. An open discussion was held on "Cooking Threshing Meals or in Large Quantities." Mrs. W. J. Stewart gave a commendable paper entitled, "Economy in Buying." Roll call was answered with "My Favorite Pie and Recipe." A delicious lunch was served by the Ivan Long, Waif Waltman, Chris hostesses, Mesdames Garnie Hood, Bolie and G. O. McFarland. Visitors were Mrs. Archie Holding and daughter, Shirley Ann of Pontiac, 111., Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, and Mrs. J. N. Holding. CCC Boy* Working Here Several members of the Bancroft CCC camp are working on a drainage ditch near the Del Fitch farm. The new ditch will be five feet wide and much more straight than the old one which is being filled. Braytons to Indiana Mfr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton left this week on a trip to Indiana to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Thomas Garwood. They left Darlene, Iva Marie and Lee Brayton at Marble Rock to make a visit with their aunt, Mrs. Frank Maxon. Groens Have Baby Olrl The Harm Groens are the proud parents of a 9W pound girl born Sunday morning, July 12. Dr. Sartor, Titonka, was in charge. Dorothy Temple is employed there at present. The little one has been named Betty Marie. Erna Peterson called on lona Godfredson Friday afternoon. Josephine Smith is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Will Grover. The Central Portland threshing crew will start work this week on Tuesday. The Waif Waltmans were Sunday evening callers at the Earl Shipler home. Clifford Carlson and three Govern boys are harvesting at the Sam Winchell farm. Howard and Kenneth Carlson and Art Klocke shocked oats for Ed Smith this week. Dr. Wallace, Algona, was a business caller at the Will Grover home Thursday mornli.g. M,rs. Chris Bolie received word Thursday of the death of her brother, a chiropractor, In Indiana. Mir. and Mrs. George Lanning were Thursday evening callers at the Alfred Godfredson home. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarland and son, Darrell, visited the D. E. Burnetts In Bancroft laat Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith arrived from Wisconsin Wednesday evening and will visit the Will Grovers. Avery Fitch shocked oats Wednesday for Ted Rlngsdorf and on Wednesday and Thursday for Frank Butterfield. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee, the Ed Ditimers and the Charles Lar- sens attended a Dlttmer reunion at the Clear Lake State Park Sunday. Tuesday afternoon visitors at the G. O. McFarland home were Mrs. Waif Waltman, Mrs. Ivan Long Mrs. Garnie Hood and Mrs. Chris Bolie. Miss Bernice Larsen and Mrs. Rex Austin, Jewell, visited the Geo. Larsen home from Wednesday until Friday. They called at the Alfred Godfredson home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collinson Elmore, Minn., visited the Tony Jandl home Sunday. Mr. Collinson is a brother of Mrs. Jandl. The John Trunkhills were also there in the afternoon. The superintendent of the Bancroft CCC camp had his car badly damaged Friday when a tree, which he was blasting, took a nose iive, and landed on top of the vehicle. The boys are working in this township. ST. JOE NEWS Mr. und Mrs. Henry Zeimet. Sr., and family were at the Dominic Zeimet home for dinner Sunday. Mrs. M. Hani/an of I ivermore was a visitor at the John Fuhrmunn and George Becker homes Wednesday. Mr. and Airs. John B. Reding and fanvly were callers Tuesday even- in;; at tile Nick Heding home near Wlutteiuore. Mary Flake of Davenport, came Wednesday fur a month's visit at tl.c George Thul home. Miss Flake is a niece of Mrs. George Thul. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Tiiul and daughter. Eileen, of Algona and Jo Ann VVitte of Clarion, were visitors Wednesday evening at tile John Thul home. Mra. Orville Wagner returned home from the Kossulh hospital Wednesday morning. Susie Merg- eu of Whiltemore is assisting with the household duties in the Wug- uer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Waguer and daughter, Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and sons, Robert und Roland, Mr. und Mrs. Peter Becker, Mildred Becker, Joseph Becker and Nicholas J. Backer spent Wednesday evening at the Eugene Thul home near Oltosen. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinsch, east of Algona, are the parents of a baby bora July 6 at the Kossuth hospital. The infant wan baptized Richard in St. Cecelia's church in Algona recently. Sponsors were the two older children of the Kindles, Marjorie and Robert. They now have a family of three girls and three boy*. Mrs. Kinsch is the only daughter of Mrs. Frank Weydert of this place. | Sqirrel Attacks Estherville Man EsthervillcJ Enterprise: What had been a neighborhood pet squirrel on the blocks east of the court house on main street turned out to be a man eater on Friday last. J. S. Brawford was walking on East Main street when the squirrel dropped from a tree onto his head. His hat was knocked off and before he was able to knock the little fellow off, had been bitten several times about the head. As the squirrel hit the ground it rushed for his legs and he received another bite. He went back to the elevator and was taken to the hospital for treatment. The police were notified and when Chief of Police John Lilley arrived, the squirrel made an at- ternpt to attack him. A rfle had been secured and the squirrel was shot. The animal wa& packed in Ice and was shipped to Iowa City for examination. It is thought it might have been affected by the excessive heat. This is the second case of this kind we have had In Estherville, not this season, but a few years back there was a similar case. Notice To Redeem STATH OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COT.'NT V, KS. Tn Mntnnn, I'niRnrt A I.IcMj, l.mlo Mntxnn, C, II. Mntnnn nml Mnrtv I.lrhlj t You and cnch of yon nro hereby notified tlmt nt ni: adjourned sale of lands nnd lots for taxes on the 25th diiy of January, 1932. by the Tronsurer of Ivossuth County. lort-n. the follon-InK described real property, situated in said County, towit: Lots Nine <<M, Ten (10) nnd Rleven (ID of Illock Two (2) of Call's Third Addition to AlRnna. Town, wns sold to W. C. Tinnsor. nnd rertlflente tberefor wns Issued to .«al«l \\~. C. Pnnnnn. nnd by snl.l W. C. Hanson said certificate of purchase at tax sale wns nsslpned to V*. A. Onnson. on the 6th dny of February. 1932. nnd said certificate ivn.s sold and assigned by the said P. A. Partson tn Glen Harpy on the third dny of July. 193n. ' who now owns nnd holds tl.e certflcnte tberefor and that the rlRbt of redemption will explFe. nnd n deed for said premises will be mnde. unless redemption from such sale be mnde within ninety days from the completed service of tills notice. 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