The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 21,1936 North East * Kossuth Page LEDYARDLADY BITTENBYDOG tTnder Doctor's Care But Thought Not in Serious Condition Ledyard: Mrs. Kate Koran has been under the care of Dr. G1I- leapie for a dog bite. She went to the Fred Baumann home and they were not at home. As she was leaving the dog nipped her. At first she thought It was of no consequence but It soon began to pain her and became discolored so she immediately went to the doctor. The Lentsch cafe has had a telephone installed. The V. A. Barretts were at Elmore Wednesday evening. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Laura Niester were at Elmore Wednesday. Kathleen Reece spent the past Week in Des Moines visiting relatives. The Chas. Basharas were at Armstrong Tuesday evening visiting relatives. Mrs. H. 0. Mayne, Wallace and Edith Logan were at Elmore on Thursday. Arvld Brand of St. Paul is visit- Ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand. Gerald Warner has been ill the past week with tonsllitis and under the care of a doctor. John Rink is having his tonsils removed by electrical treatments given by Dr. Gillespie. The M. E. church looks very nice with its new coat of paint. Geo. Thompson has done the painting. Connie Garry was lucky to get just a slight cut on the thumb on Tuesday when she got it in the electric fan. Mrs. Albert Brands grandmother, Mrs. Wefse, passed away at Lakota Thursday. Funeral services were held Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Holcomb of St. Joe, Missouri, came Friday for a visit at the W. E. Wiemer home, the women are cousins. Chas. Bashara received word on Tuesday that an uncle of his in Los Angeles, California, had been killed In an auto accident Wallace Mayne entertained the following Tuesday in honor of his fourth birthday: Maxine Behse, Patty Matzener, John Knoner, Beverly Bashara and Virgil Barrett, Jr. Mrs. Wm. Poppe who was injured several weeks ago in an auto accident. Is ' not getting along as well as was hoped for and Thursday she was taken to the hospital at Mankato. The W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Harvey Nelson in Lakota Thursday evening. Mrs. V. A. Barrett had charge of the lesson and Mrs. Joe Mayne led the devotions. Mrs. D. B. Mayer gave a special report on "Octavlana's Blessings" and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke a report on "According to their Ability." GREATEST CIRCUS ON FOR THE PRICE (East end State St.) FRIDAY DOORS OPEN I AND 7P.M. PERFORMANCE 2 AND tt P.M H. WALTHOUSE DIESATIA.CrTY Lakota Man Succumbs Following Operation. Was Bachelor Lakota: Word was received here Monday of the death of Hllbert Walthouse, who has been in the hospital at Iowa City for several weeks and who underwent in operation recently. His condition he- came worse three dayi before his death. Mir. Walthouse has Hved in this community for many yeirs. He was a bachelor, 71 years old. HP was born In Germany, Dec. 8, 1864, and when a child came with his parents to America. The family settled ,in Orundy county, living there several years, then moved to Kossuth county, where he has farmed ever since. He was taken sick last winter and was later taken to the hospital at Iowa City but at no time since has there been much hope of his recovery. He leaves a sister, Mrs. Fred Schuner, Beulah, North Dakota; a half-sister, Mrs. Gusta Helmers, Lakota, and two half-brothers, Will and Martin Karduse of Buffalo Center and many other relatives and friends. Among other animals, Mr. Walthouse owned a black and tan dog and the two were inseparable companions, wherever he went the dog followed even following a car for many miles, if Mr. Walthousei was In the car. Funeral services, were held at the Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Frerldng in charge. He was buried in Maple Hill cemetery. Mrn. Welse Dies at 95 Mrs. William Weise, 95 years old, passed away at the home of her son, Adolph, Thursday noon after a week's illness due to age and heat. Her husband died last spring. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Sullivan and grandson, Eugene Sullivan of Chicago, are visiting at the Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett O'Keefe, Monterey, Minn., visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz and Mr. WHAT! Wl/SAY DON'TKEEPSAFE TEMPERATURES ?\ EXACTLY!-BUT FRJGIDAIRE DOES—AND .PROVES IT WITH A .FOOD-SAFETY INDICATOR BUItT RIGHT INTO THE CABINET/ FRIGIDAIRE EASY TERMS AT Bjustrom's Home Appliances Algona Swea City Save Your Corn! Market Going Up! 1BAG ACME SAVES 15 BUSHELS OF CORN! 1BAG ACME AND 10 BUSHELS CORN FEEDS ONE HOG FROM BIRTH TO MATURITY 1 BU. CORN AND 4 LBS. ACME EQUALS 2 BUSHELS OF CORN! 1BAG ACME GROWING BALANCER MAKES 6 BAGS GROWING MASH FOR ABOUT $1.60 PER BAG For Sale by Titonka Hatchery and Produce Co. Phone 118 Titonka, Iowa and Mrs. A. T. Buckels attended the Story-Hamilton county picnic last week Sunday. Mrs. Louis Sachs and sons, Loren and Eldon, left Friday morning for Oelwein, in response to a message stating her brother had passed away. Funeral services) were held Friday afternoon. The train that goes from Lako^i to Iowa Falls on alternate days with John Hippo as engineer, had seven cars go off the track near Klemme last Tuesday. Rail trouble caused the accident. Mrs. Fred Schuner, New Salem, North Dakota, came last week in response to a message that her brother, Hilbert Walthouse was not expected to live. She visited him at the hospital a week ago Saturday. Irvin Altlzer, assistant postmaster here, left last week for Rochester, Minn., where he will go through the clinic. One of his arms is causing him much suffering. Mrs. Altizer is acting as substitute in the post office. Mrs. Henry Mitchell and daughters went home with the Elwin Flowers to Grand Junction and has spent the past two weeks visiting there. The son spent his vacation at the same time with his grandparents, the Estles near Ledyard. The Jack Schfssels, Adams, Minnesota, spent Thursday with the A. C. Schissels, leaving the same evening for the Schissel cottage at Spirit Lake where they are spending a week's vacation. The A. C. Schis- sels and Ubbe Dreesman joined them for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith left last week Thursday with their baby daughter for the hospital at Iowa City, hoping that the child may receive treatment of benefit to her. The weakness of the baby and the terrific heat are slowly sopping the life from the tiny body. Mrs. Ed Kahl, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kahl and daughter, Fairmont. Minn., were visiting here last week Sunday. They visited the Joe Faulkners, the Ed Abbas, Mrs. Marie Ebert and other friends. The Kahls formerly owned the farm just north of the track now owned by the Leslies. Visitors here at the Rev. O. H. Frerking home are: Mrs. Frer- klng's sister, Mrs. A. E. Schwanbeck and daughter, Dubuque. and Mrs. Francis Kelly and husband, Chicago; her niece, June Dietrich of Dubuque. They all spent part of last week at the Frerking cottage at Twin Lakes. Oran O'Keefe sold his barber shop here to Coonle Roelfsema recently and gave possession last week Monday. Oran purchased the shop that was owned by his brother, Jess, at Ledyard and will drive to Ledyard each day to operate the shop. The O'Keefes will continue to operate the oil station on highway 9 north of town. CUrtrud* Wortman -drove to Grand Junction last week for a visit with the Elwin Flowers. Mrs. Flowers, formerly Beulah Bell, and Miss Wortman are school friends, both having graduated from the Lakota high school. Mrs. Henry Mitchell nnd children who have been visiting the Flowers the. pnst two weeks accompanied Miss Wortman home. The Winter family enjoyed a picnic dinner and family reunion nt the Wade Ball home Sunday. Sixty- two members were present. The Michncl Winter family was one of the pioneers of this vicinity nnd have had a big part in the build- of this community. Th3 families present were the diaries Winter, Russell Wintnr, Raymond Winter, Charles Lewis, Jr:-ry Ckana, tile Jerry Heetlnra, Fred Schn;d:. - , I. E. Wortman, Ernest Wortmnn and con. Morris, Gertrude Wortmnn, George Winters, LaVcrn Liesveld. all of Lakota; the Michael Winters, Mason City; the A. L. Sur- ensens, Bode; Mrs. E. Sullivan, Chicago; the Norm Pinglcs, Ledyard, all of whom belong to the family. A few friends, the Rev. und Mrs. O. H. Frerking and Norman and Charles Gutknecht, Lak- okta and M. Sparks, Buffalo Center, were also present. TITONKA FOLKS BACK FROM WIS. Titonka: Mrs. R. C. Ball and daughter, Mrs. Everett Rippentrop of Lakota, returned late Friday night from. Monroe, Wis., where they had been visiting at the Mrs. Emma Ball home. They went to bring Patty home who had been visiting her grandmother for the past three weeks. Mrs. John Ball returned home with them for a visit. Titonka Rebek *hs Install Officers Titonka: Mrs. A. M. Peterson, district deputy president for Rebekah district No. 55, and Mrs. J. F. Fisher, deputy marshal, installed the officers of the Algona Rebekah lodge No. 365, Tuesday evening. Considering the very wurm evening a good crowd was in attendance. After the ceremonies ull went to the Anderson cufe where cake und ice cream were served to those present. Mrs. T. A. Dunniire and Mrs. Carl F. Cullies entertained the Methodist Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon at the church basement. A nice crowd came to lunch. Mrs. John Ball, who has been a gue.st in tlie Dr. R. C. Ball home the past week, left Saturday for her home in Monoroe, Wis., by truin troin Furl Uodgc. The Bulls took her to Fort IJocige. Mrs. Frances Budlong and her daughters, Edith and Huzcl and Ur. Aluyu, returned Friday evening at six o'clock from their trip to Long- niont and Este.s Park where they were vacationing the past ten days. Mrs. Bess Coswell of Los Angeles, California, who has been visiting her sister, Airs. Woodward at Clear Lake the past two months, was a guest in the Jay Budlong home Friday and calling on other old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schweppe and children, Karl und Beverly Ann of Cttssville, Wis., stopped Friday evening on their way to Fairmont, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Schweppe's parents and to St. James. Minn., to visit Mr. Schweppe's parents, Mr. Art Schweppe and children, Alvera and baby accompanied them on their trip. The Beenken and allied families held a reunion at Pilot Knob Sunday. Albert Missal, who Is employed in an electric shop in Algona, was home over Sunday. H. A. French and Guy Bruns made a trip to the French farm at Windom, Minn., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner left Saturday afternoon for Afton, returning home Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Gartner purchased the George Onken home and Mr. and Mrs. Oken purchased a home In Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Craven left Wednesday for Eyota, Minn., near Rochester, where he has charge of a telephone exchange. Many of our citizens make use of the gravel pit west of town these hot evenings. It makes a very good place in which to swim. The Titonka Indians played Bancroft on the home diamond Sunday afternoon. The score was 9 to 8 in favor of Bancroft. Battery for the Indians, Boekelman and Callles, pitchers, and Batt, catcher. The R. L. Krantz home on th« west edge of town has been painted and presents a fine appearance. They also have had the interior re-decorated and with the remodeling of the downstairs bedroom and kitchen and the addition to the house of a double garage, they arc very commodious. ALGOXA'S Oil) KKMARMC AUTO, BODY, FENDER, AN» PAINT SHOP Only first-das* work and at right prices. W,H. V. 1>AD Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. Pannkuk en- tertnined their children Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Buss and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hinders and children, Mr. and rs. Carl Veers and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sweers of Britt. Ben and family, Austin, Minn., were detained nt home because of the labor strike. They plan to come next Sunday. The Queen Esther girls left early Monday morning for the Methodist camp grounds at Spirit Lake. Those going with Mrs. Leon/ml Callies were her daughter, Jacqueline, her niece, Carol Reaser and Dorothy Gartner; with Mrs. Faul, her three daughters, Hope, Faith and Jean and Geraldine Bruns; with Mrs. R. C. Ball, her daughter, Patricia, Jean French and Harriet Schram. Mrs. John Ball of Monroe, Wis., drove the Ball car. The Queen Esthers expect to be gone one week. Mrs. R. C. nnd Mrs. John Ball stayed Monday night at the camp. 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This store is new and modern in every detail, with a new and complete stock of the famous and nationally known brands of 18-K.—I. (K A.—Carol & Kninbow food products. The fresh fruit and vegetable department is the most modern and complete in northern Iowa with a selection of food that will satisfy your every wish. Our Meat. Department will always carry the best grade of fresh MR! cured meats kept under the best possible refrigeration. You can always be assured that I. G. A. prices and quality are the very best, as there are approximately 15,000 of us members in the United States banded together to serve yoxi in the most efficient way, and thereby saving you money. I. G. A. stands for Independent Grocers Alliance, and every member is the sole owner of his store. BALDWIN'S FOOD MARKET "BILLY"—FRANK—JOHN—AND MR. SWAN ALGONA, IOWA This is the iREATEST TRUCK YEAR II ALL CHEVROLET HISTORY Ronald, young son of the Harry Schraedera, has been nursing a sore foot. 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