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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 28,1936 North East * Kossuth Page New Hatchery Going In At Titonka Very Soon Boeckholt Produce Bldg. to be Converted by Spencer Man Titonka: A deal was recently completed whereby A. E. Mann of Spencer became the owner of the "Ham" Boeckholt prodtice station in the Elmer Mayfleld building east main street. Mr. Mann will put in a hatchery and expects to start it in the early winter. He will handle all kinds of chick feed, cream, eggs and poultry. Possession was taken Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mann have three girls all of school age. At present they have rooms in the Badje home. Miss Dorothy Miller of Plover was a guest In the J. L. Miller home the past week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher Thursday morning a son. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns and children made a business trip to Buffalo Center on Tuesday evening. Threshing started in this vicinity last week, grain turning out good. Some reported above fifty bushels to the acre. Miss Lela Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, south of town, is assisting in the Wilson ca/e. Mrs. Florence Reaser was operated on for appendicitis Thursday evening at the Kossuth hospital. It was reported Mrs. Reaser was getting along nicely. Mrs. Frances Budlong was taken ill Wednesday. She had been all- Ing for some time. She is under a doctor's care and it is expected she will Improve rapidly. Mrs. Fred Adamson left Saturday for Wichita, Kansas, to bring her daughter, Pauline home, who has been visiting her aunt and uncle since school was out The Grady Smith home Is being Improved. They are remodeling their porch on the east making it large and screening it. Guy Bruns Is doing the carpenter work. Mrs. Betty Sturdevant and children returned to their home in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon after a two weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy south of town. Mrs. R. C. Ball and daughter, Patricia, drove to Lakota Tuesday evening to visit their daughter and •tsjter, Mrs. Everett Rlppentrop and husband. Mr*. Ball has a new Ford coup*. . Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul and children were called to Wagner, South Dakota, Wednesday, to attend the funeral of her brother-in- law. The Fauls remained over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missal had as their guests Tuesday evening and Wednesday, Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Lack of Princeton, 111., who were on their way home from a trip to the Black Hills. Little Janet Blanchard, one of the Oscar Bliinclmrd twins near Lone Rock, was staying with her H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker several days the first of the week while her little twin brother, James was recovering from a slight Illness. Miss Edith Budlong took her sister, Dr. Maye Budlong to Mason City to return to her practice in Waterloo. Dr. Budlong has been on vacation since July 3rd and recently returned from a trip to Estes Park, Denver and Longmont, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters and children were Saturday and Sunday guests of relatives at Harrisburg, South Dakota. On their return trip they stopped at a gas station and just missed being in the storm that hit Sioux Falls and Sioux City. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast was hostess to the Thursday luncheon bridge club. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe made high score, Mrs. Harry Beed low. Each received a gift. Mrs. R. L. Krantz and Mrs. J. F. Fisher substituted for Mrs. C. A. Hoon and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher. Mrs. R. L. Krantz entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Martin Blelch was high, Mrs. Miller Nelson, second and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, low. Each of these ladles received a prize. Mrs. A. M. Peterson and Mrs. Wm. Boyken substituted for Mrs. Herbert Winter and Mrs. Krantz. Titonkan Leaves For New Mexico Titonka: William Larson left on Tuesday for Reserve, New Mexico, to bring back his wife who has been visiting their daughter, Billie, Mrs. Drayton Wesson, and husband the past four weeks. Mr. Larson took the train from Mason City. They expect to return about Sept. 1. LEDYAED NEWS &yf&ftf/$3R%tfttt^^ Phyllis Hendrlckson of Blue Earth, came Tuesday to visit her cousin, Alice Hagge. Wednesday they visited the latter's brother, Edward Hagge and wife at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Martha Gable went to Algona Wednesday to help at the Philip Hargreaves home for a time. Her daughters, Marjorie and Jean, are out at the Martin Gable home. Tuesday Richard Zielske lost about 170 shocks of oat» by-fire. The railroad men had been burning ties and no doubt figured that the fire was out but later James Smith saw the fire and notified Mr. Zielske and they took wet sacks and soon had the fire out. The winners of the amateur contest for Saturday night, July 18, were as follows: first prize of $5 to the Gable sisters, Ledyard; second prize, $3, Jerry Godden and Roy Sleeper of Lone Rock; third prize, $2, to Marjorie and Russell Casscm, Elmore. These contests aie to be held every Saturday nigh', in the near future. Mrs. August Busch, who has been having serious trouble with one of her limbs went to the Kossuth hospital Monday for treatment. She returned Wednesday. Her limb is drawing up and she was unable to step on it. She now has it in a cast with a weight attached to it. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goeman of Mcttde, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beschtelheimer of Farlview, Kansas, called at the Win. Garry and the Wm. Flynn homes Tuesday night. The latter will be remembered here by many as Dorothy who formerly kept house for the Hev. and Mrs. Mueller here. LEDYARDBAND CONCERTS GAIN IN POPULARITY Wednesday regular night; 32 Members Playing tinder Barrett Ledyard: The second band concert was held Wednesday night and from now on that Is the night they will be held. Beginning this week Wednesday night there will also be $5 bank night. The band is composed of 32 members and are under the direction of V. A. Barrett. Those who play are: clarinets, Lillian Klelnkslek, Henrietta O'Keefe, Alvira Halverson, Ruth Estle, Arlowe Blome, Eva Eggerth, Marjorie Gable; flutes, Marvel Halverson, Doris McDonald; cornets, Luetta Gelhaus, Edith Logan, Kenneth Hassebrock, Marjorie Mayer. Connie Garry, Duane Thompson: Smith, Edward Eggerth; f saxophones, Doris Welfare, Betty Eggerth, Billy McDonald, Nadine Hans, Louise Zielske; baritone. Cleo Gable; trombone, Albert Goetz and Paul Garry; basses, Ervin Kllnk- siek, Muriel Reece, Jean Gable, Kathleen Reece; drums, Marvin Junkermeier and Elmer Zielske. The program for this week Wednesday night is as follows: March, "Ambassador", H. W. Davis; March, "Coast Guards," H. W. Davis; Choral, "Pilgrimage Prayer", E. DeLamater; March, "Concord", Harold Bennett; special, "Have a Little Fun", Alvira Halverson, Muriel Reece, Luetta Gelhaus and Cleo Gable; March, "Commander", Henry W. Davis; Polka, "Francine", C. L> Burnhouae; Waltz, "Marlyn," E. DeLamater; March, "Percision", 1 Harold Bennett; America. Doctor's Car Ditched Dr. Glllespie ran Into the ditch early Monday morning on his way to make a call. He waa not injured but the car was wrecked so that he had to be towed into town and he later traded it for a different one. Vernard Hllferty was at Mason City Monday. D. B. Mayer was at Algona Wednesday on business. Wm. Flynn and Josephine Win- termeier were at Carroll Monday. Delorls Junkermeier went to Hubbard Monday for a two weeks' visit with relatives. A large number from here attended the celebration at Swen City Wednesday night and Thursday. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and daughters, Mrs. Edward Halverson and Marvel were at Elmore Wednesday. Geraldlne Mnnthei returned home Thursday from her visit with an aunt, Mrs. Albert Krammersmeier nt Svvea City. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wlemer attended the final game of the baseball tournament at Forest City on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Anderson of Fairmont, Mrs. Harold Luxon, of Sioux City, visited at the Wm. Garry home Wednesday. L. W. Wiemcr, Dale Holcomb of St. Joe, Mo., and George Hagge went to Karonis fishing Thursday, returning the next day. Gladys Pugsley visited the past week at the parental P. W. Reece home and returned Sunday to Des Moines where she is a nurse. The business men of the town purchased "down fluke" to put on the streets to keep down the dust. This was put on Thursday evening. The M. E. Aid had a picnic in the park Thursday evening and the families were also invited. A good crowd attended and it was planned to hold another one soon. tt^1S£&<i<%y^GaiXXJ^ Our Window This Week Features Everything for Baby See the beautiful Lullabye nationally advertised line of Cribs with pieces to match, making a complete ensemble for baby's room. We are also showing a full new line of collapsible Baby Cabs that are real beauties and can still be folded to put in the car. Our big new line of Studio Couches are now on the floor. See them today while the assortment is large. Richardson's Furniture Co. Coming To The State Theatre INDIAN DAY AT TTTONKMUG. 15 Eddie Saathoff, Aides Start Work on Annual Celebration Titonka: The annual Indian Day of the Titonka community will be held on Saturday, August 15, it was decided a few days ago at a meeting of business men and townspeople. Committees were named at the time. Eddie Saathoff was named president of the day, J. Lute Miller was named secretary, and Edward Boyken, treasurer. Other committees were named to handle various phases of the day. Will Boyken will arrange for free attractions, with Harry Beed and Dr. Hamstreet, and baseball games will be arranged for by John A. Blelch, Will Stott and Al Young. Adver- tising will be in charge of that old reliable. Lee O. Wolfe, with Cheater Lamoreux nnd Jerry Breen as the helpers. Concessions—Nat Walsh, Carl F. Callies and Leonard Callies: booster—-Eddie Saathoff, Roland Gnbcl. John Wilson, M. S. Craven, Harold Johnson nnd Raymond L. Krantz. Paints Entire Set of Farm Buildings Titonka: Mrs. H. W. Nelson of Saint Paul, who owns a farm northwest of Titonka, had 1 her entire set of farm buildings painted. Raymond Helfner and Kenneth Fisher did the work apd finished Monday afternoon. H. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON A IXJWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldf. ALGONA, IOWA Mrs. Ball's Brother Titonka House Guest Titonka: Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball have as their house guest, Mrs. Ball's brother, Mr. Hallock, and wife and son of New York state. This is the brother's first visit to Titonka. They came Thursday evening and expect to stay a couple of weeks. Jessie Matthew, above, who shares honors with Robert Young In "It's Love Again" opening in the State Theatre, Friday, July 31st, for a four-day engagement Visits Son Living Now at Denver Titonka: Mrs. Edna Rlchter and daughter, Alice and little grandson drove to Mankato Saturday evening to meet her son, Andrew Hansen from Denver, Colo., who Is In the employ of an electric flrm. Andrew will be absent from Denver three weeks. Mrs. Richter spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her son, returning home late Sunday evening. Hebron Twp News Berdean Frandle spent last week with her grandmother. Threshing Is now going on rap- Idly In this section of the county. Emil Split has been painting the barn for Oscar Frandle this week. Mrs. George Smith spent last Saturday with Mrs. Beatrice Osland. Mrs. Gust Nelson assisted Mrs. Joe Sanden with threshers last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith spent Monday evening at the Carl Hauskin home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Logo spent last Sunday afternoon at the Adrian Hnuskin home. Maxinc Havelnnd was an over night visitor with her cousin, Thelma Frandle, Friday evening. Mrs. Louise Kapcngst and Mrs. Goekc assisted Mrs. Carl Hauskin with cooking for threshers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klcpping, Thco. and Russell Legricd spent last Sunday at the Oscar Frandle home. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent last Wednesday at the Adrian Hauskin and Oscar Frandle homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson and Aria spent last Friday night at the Oscur Frundle home in honor of Mr. Frandle's birthday. enlng. The lawn was lighted and they enjoyed playing croquet. Ice cream, cake and nectar was served for lunch. Special guest were Rev. and Mrs. Harvey, Rowan. The little daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith was brought back from the hospital at Iowa City last week Monday. No report of the examination has been received at this time. Mrs. Smith's sister, Ruth Estle, Is In the hospital at Iowa City for a minor operation. The Rev. H. E. Harveys and Fred Francis Kercheval of Rowan, Iowa, came to the J. H. Warburton home last Thursday afternoon for a visit. The Rev. Harvey and Fred Kercheval went to Okobojl Friday to attend the Bible conference but Mrs. Harvey and the children visited with friends here. They all left Monday for Pelican Lake, near Bralnerd, Minn., where they are spending this week resting and fishing. They are using the cottage owned by the Rev. Muhleman. The Rev. Harvey Is a former pastor of the Methodist church. M O R R I S O N S FIGURES ON YOUR FIGURE . . . With a little systematic devotion to your hair, your appearance can be Improved and your own sense of well- being increased. CALL 7,79 PERMANENT WAVES- POPULAR PRICES A COOL, CONGENIAL ATMOSPHERE B E A U T Y S H O P ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLE» ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Co. State Bk. Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 281 E. 3. VAN NESS-0. W. 8TILLMAM LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa AGAIN! A YEAR AHEAD TELL-TALE . TAKE THE CONTROLS LAKOTA NEWS HoHtettt* to Aid Mrs. Sarah Patterson was hostess to the Methodist Aid at the church Wednesday afternoon. A covered dish lunch was served. Mesdames E. R. Worley and Harry Moe had charge of entertainment, part of which was a music guessing contest. Mrs. Margaret Faulkner had charge of devotions. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Geo. Altizer. Threnhing- Under Way Threshing is on full swing in this vicinity. Oats yield and quality is better than was expected. Straw is short on high ground. This week will see much of the threshing finished. Embalming License Raymond Patterson, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson, went to Des Moines last week, where he took the examination to secure his state embalmers' license. Many from here attended the celebration at Svvea City, Wednesday, and Thursday and report a good crowd. The Ladies' Birthday club spent a week ago Thursday helping Mrs. Kienitz, Sr, celebrate her 80th birthday. Laura Mae Farrington spent last week visiting her grandmother, Mrs. A: Q. Smith. Laura Mae's home is at Montgomery, Iowa. Fourteen friends of Mrs. Ahrend Hans surprised her a week ago by coming to spend the afternoon and help her celebrate her birthday. A birthday party was held in honor of A. Rippentrop last week Friday at the J. E. Telcamp home. Alvin is a son-in-law of the Tel- camps. Mrs. Harvey Johnson drove to Algona last Wednesday and brought her aunt, Mrs. William Fuller a ad children home with her for a visit Mrs. A. C. Scbissel drove to Minneapolis last week Monday. Monica Schissel accompanied her home Tuesday and they are vacationing At Spirit Lake. The youug people or the Methodist church held their monthly party with Eleanor Moe Thursday ev- MYSTERY OUT OF RADIO TUNING v OVfcR A SCORE OF BRILLIANT FEATURES '""• ZENITH MOI/M, S-.S-IM-AMoMl'miniallJekltln- ulftriuilumplicily. Powerful K-iubvtupci hiricrixlvne. £ff ,*" rcc *P'»"> Uuaruiitueil. Jlas \ oU-e-.Mublc |}i£li Hdclily Control. Acou.lit Adapter. Ughming ,S<ai lull luider, I urjet Tuning, Oicrtouu Auijililicr. ZENITH MODEL M-S-UO A bit M-tub« cba*ai« ingeoioukly built into a t cabinet. PoreJftn reception ftuuraaluvd. Haa th* Black Zenitb JW Dial and new feature*. THE BIG BLACK DIAL WITH THE 'SQUARED CIRCLE' EVERYTHING SIMPLE AS A-B-C Never before have any radios been so simple to tune and operate. 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