The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1936 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 11, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 11,1936 North East * Kossuth Page ROLLER COASTER RIDE FRACTURES MAN'SRBS,SUN. Frank Kelly Has Unpleasant Reminder of Trip To Okoboji Ledyard: Frank Kelly has been having unpleasant reminders all week of his outing at take Okoboji on Sunday. Monday morning he had a terribly stiff neck and chest and finally went to the doctor and found he also had a broken rib, all as a result supposedly of a roller coaster ride the previous day. He is getting along nicely. Band Concert The band will play the following concert this week Wednesday night: overture, Ambition; serenade, Idle Fancy; waltz, Little Marie; serenade, Rio Grande; tone poem, Village Chapel; foxtrot, Don A Do Dot; medley of war songs; inarch, Air Fort; march, Warming Up; Vanguard March. See Cub* Play The following men went to Chicago Monday to see the Cubs and Cardinals play baseball: Otto Engelbarts, D. A. Carpenter, King Krammersmeier, Wilson Brack, liars Skaar, the Rev. Peter Sturm and Howard Lewis of Lakota. Clifford .Jenks HI Clifford Jenks was taken ill on Tuesday evening and Dr. Gillespie was called. Later he was taken to Bancroft for x-ray pictures and he was found to b$, suffering with gastric tumors ana Is now on a strict diet and still confined to his bed as his condition was weakened by hemorrhages. _M_ -^—^ * Arthur Krammersmeier Is drlv Ing a new Chevrolet. P. W. Reece and son, Clause wire at Mason City Thursday on bus ineas. John Reece of Eldora spent Thursday with his brother, P. W. Reece. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace and Edith Logan were at Algona Wednesday. The James Welfares, Mrs. Harry Schraeder and children were at Algona Tuesday. The James Welfares were at the Ralph Johnson's in Ouckeen, on Thursday evening. Frank Redlnger of Des Molnea spent Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Blanche Jenks. John Manthel was the lucky name drawn Bank Night on Wednesday evening and he received $10. L. C. Strand's mother, Mrs. S. Strand of Wallingford and his brother, Olaf, spent Monday here. Alice Hagge returned home on Tuesday from several days' visit at the Hans Hendrlckson's near Blue Earth. Mrs. Deva Johns of Newton, son Robert Dean, came Thursday night for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. L. W. Welmer, Fred Anderson of Radcllffe and John Tillmoney of Ames attended the ball game at Algona Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald took their daughter, Rose Marie, to the hospital at Mason City Tuesday for medical treatment for her eye. tf Mrs, Henry Neubauer of Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Det- burn of Eldora and family spent the past week at the Robert Well- > T The amateur winners for Saturday night, Aug. 1, were: the Buffalo Plow Boys of Buffalo Center, first; The Watermelon gang of Elmore, second, and Walter Aukes of Woden, third. Mrs. Edward Knoner and two sons, Mildred. Vaughn took the former's sister, Mildred Barger to Mason City early Monday morning. The latter attends business college there. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Swartzell of Olin and friends called on the former's daughter, Mrs. Elvln Carpenter, Wednesday. They were enroute home from a month's visit in Seattle, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nltz entertained the following people Thursday: Mrs. Henry Neubauer of Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Detburn and family of Eldora, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiler, the Frank, the Paul and the Lou Nltz families and Mrs. Howard Jensen and daughter. Mrs. John Looft who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Orvllle Anderson at Des Moines, came home Wednesday with an old schoolmate Mrs. Carson of Chicago and son. After several weeks' vis- It here she Intends to accompany them back to Chicago for a visit here she intends to accompany them back to Chicago for a visit and from there go to Canada to visit another daughter. MOTHER AND 13 LB. SON AT LAKOTA REPORTED GETTING ALONG NICELY Mrs. Orville Buffington's Baby One of Largest Born Locally Lakota: A 13-pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Buffington, living one mile east of town, last Tuesday morning and mother and child are doing nicely. The baby measured 21 inches and is a strong healthy child. The Buffing- tons have four other children, two girls and two boys. * —__^~ 8 Lb. Girl An 8 pound girl was born last week Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Harm Steenhard who live north of town. This is their first child. Infant Succumbs Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast were called to Forest City Thursday evening. Their son, Milton and wife mourn the loss Of their infant child, who passed away shortly after birth. PBEE PfltmEH mflTTRESS be repeated next year. of Chittenden & Eastman Co. FOSTER'S Furniture Store — Algona To Northern Minnesota Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams left Saturday for northern Minnesota for a week's vacation and will spend the time sightseeing and fishing. Mrs. Turley Hostess ~ Mrs. William Turley entertained the bridge club and a few other guests last week Tuesday evening in honor of her sister, Mrs. Ruth Petsch. Mrs. W. E. Ley won high score, Mrs. E. J. Woodworth, the travel prize and Mrs. Petsch was given a guest prize. Entertains Aid Mrs. George Altizer, assisted by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Irvin Altizer, entertained the Methodist Aid at the church, Wednesday afternoon with 20 present. Mrs. Harry Mussman, Jr., had charge of devotions. Plans were made and committees named for the 35 cent chicken supper to be served at the church Sauerkraut Day. The fourth division served the regular Commercial club dinner to 12 men on Thursday evening. At Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton drove to Clear Lake Monday where the J. H. Warburtons visited with the Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson, St. Louis, Mo. The Johnson family held a reunion there Monday and Tuesday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Flandreau, South Dakota; Wyatt Johnson, Eldora; Mr. and Mrs, George Dentle and daughter and family, and the Tom Greens, all of Ackley, and the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Johnson, Stratford, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley spent last week Sunday visiting friends at Gait. Dorothy Geilenfeldt, Algona, is visiting her uncle and family, the Dr. Geilenfeldts. Mrs. F. G. Torino, Swea City, spent Tuesday here visiting with relatives and friends. Mrs. Mary Rosenau has been on the sick list the past two weeks, but is reported recovering. Mesdames William Bauman and Peter Bruer entertained the Lutheran Aid at the church, Wednes day. Mrs. George Heetland and their children spent last week visiting Mrs. Heetland's sister and family, the Ed Christs at Greenfield, Iowa, Mrs. Marvin Gerdes and Mr. and Mrs. William Christensen, Dayton Ohio, Mrs. Minnie Field and Mrs D. C. Klester, Elmore, were visitors at the Harry Mussmans last week The I. E. Wortmans attended a picnic at Clear Lake last week Monday afternoon given by P. L Bailey for the representatives 01 the Bankers' Life Insurance Co. of the Mason City district Lure Of Vacation Grips Host Of Titonka People Titonka: Dr. and Mrs. W. F. , Hamstreet, Wijtson and Twylah, left Tuesday for Leech, Lake, Minn, where they joined Mrs. Hamstreet's brother. Dr. Watson and wife from Fittsburg, Pennsylvania. They expect to be gone three weeks. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball left on Tuesday afternoon for points in northern Wisconsin. They expected to be joined by R. C. Whitcomb of Monroe.. WIs, The Balls expect to be gone a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franzcn and daughter, Mrs. George Sonnenberg and children left last Saturday for Frceport, Illinois, for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Oesterman and their son, Johnnie, wife and baby left Thursday for the Dells in Wisconsin. They will bo gone about two weeks. Rev, and Mrs. Calvin Schnucker of the Ramsey Reformed church, Hebron Twp News Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jordal spent last Sunday evening at Interlaken. Miss Johanna Osland spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. Corhus. Mr. and Mrs. Lara Egesdahl and Ruth were business callers ut Al- gonu last Wednesday. Mardel Haveland spent a few days last week with her cousins, Berdcan and Thelma Frandle. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl spent last Sunday evening the L. Sebby home near Frost, Minn. A circus and show spent last week in Stevens. This is the first show that has been at Stevens and the town is getting to be quite popular. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children, Mrs. Joe Olson and Aria and Mrs. C. Legried spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clarence Haveland. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson of Bricelyn, Minn., spent last Thursday evening at their son's lonte at Stevens, Ed Thompson and family. Ben Hauskin has returned home from Vingie, where he has been staying with his son, Ole. He is recovering from his accident slowly but hopes to be out and about soon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Einhouse and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klipping of Forest City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haveland and girls spent last Sunday at the Oscar Frandle home. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson left Tuesday morning for Crookston, Minn., to visit Mr. Thompson's sister and returned the last part of the week. Mrs. Clarence Boettcher and her children of Elmore, Mrs. Henry Boettcher and son of Crystal Lake, Mrs. Elmer Quam and son, Orlo, Mrs. Orville Erdahl and Carol Lee of Rake and Arlet and Bernice Halverson were guests at the Selme Matheson home Thursday. A number of relatives gathered at the Conrad Hesseidtti home Sunday for dinner as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fenske and family, Harry Fenske and family of near Blue Earth; A. Heuseldal and family, umd Mr. aud Mrs. Peter Sharp of Winnebago and Mrs. Frank Hes- scMa.1 of Rake. north of town, left Wednesday on three weeks' motor trip east. They will take a northern route goin and return by a southern one. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schutjer an Leo Rlchter left Thursday mornin by car for Buffalo, New York, t visit Mrs. Schutjer's brother, Mr Dennis. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. G. Dennla of Wesley are takln care of the children, and the farm The Schutjers live south and eas of town. Mrs. Homer C. Downs was hostess to the Thursday luncheon and bridge club. Mrs. Howard A. French attended a luncheon and bridge party given for Mrs. Adams at Algona. MI-H. George Bonacker, Mrs. L. B. Larson. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen and Mrs. Esther Askins were Mnson City guests Wednesday. J. Luther Miller drove to Rochester Wednesday evening to bring his son, Lawrence and his wife home. Lawrence was there for an operation. Herb Winter and sons, Reginald und Herbie of Gilmore City spent Sunday at the W. J. Denton home. Mrs. Winter is visiting relatives in Kreeport, 111. Miss Geraldine Bruns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns visited the past week at the Roelfsema home in Lakoti, coming home on Wednesday afternoon. Jean Hagen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagen, observed her sixth birthday Thursday by inviting some of her little friends to play games and partake of her birthday cake. Mrs. Albert Fritz, Mrs. Jerry Boeckelman and Mrs. William Fritz were the committee serving at the Lutheran Aid Wednesday at the church basement. A very good crowd attended the lunch. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, south of own was very pleasantly aurprls- d Friday evening by several of her riends who dropped in to help her ascrve her birthday.. The guests rought refreshments and good ishes. Mrs. LIIHe Wood and sons, John nd Robert, motored to Des Moin- s Thursday to get Donald who has een a student in the Citizens' Mil- :ary Training camp the past six reeks. They returned home the ame evening. Mrs. Arthur Jackman, Lotts Creek, was calling on Mrs. Frances Judlong and other friends Tuesday fternoon. Mrs. Jackman was a ormer teacher in the Titonka trade school. She was formerly rtlss Grace Cruikshank, of Algona. Ubbe Winters and daughters, north of town, drove to the Kos- iuth hospital in Algona to visit heir wife and mother who is a patient in the hospital. Mrs. Win- ers returned home Wednesday aft- rnoon and is convalescing at iome. Claude E. Rose Resigns at Buffalo Titonka: The school board of the Buffalo Consolidated school accepted the resignation of Claude E. Rose, music instructor in the school the past year. Mr. Rose will instruct In the public school at Toledo, Iowa. Mrs. Ukena Host To Mission Group Lakota: Mrs. Jerry Ukena enter- ained the Presbyterian Missionary Smith had charge of devotions. Group singing was led by Mrs. Trerklng. Gertrude Wortman read an article on "Whitman, the Missionary Surgeon", as the lesson 'rom Women and Missions. Norman Frerklng played a piano solo and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht read a ;roup of poems. A good crowd at- .ended. Amateur Show On Sauerkraut Day Lakota: Art Ogren has arranged for an amateur show as part of the Sauerkraut day entertainment, August 29. Three cash prizes will be awarded. Entries may be mnde until noon of that day and no entry fee will be charged. Lakota Farm To Get New Buildings Lakota: The Martin Asches live on a farm south of town owned by the Metropolitan Insurance Company and the company is doing guile a lot of repair work on the buildings. They are building a new corn crib and granary, repairing and enlarging the barn, raising the house roof and putting in new floors on the first floor. This will make a nice home when the work is completed. Heif ners to 3 Day Convention Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Helfner left Wednesday afternoon for Cedar Falls to attend a 3-day state convention of rural carriers. Mr Helfner's son, Claire, is carrying the mail during his father's absence. Des Moines Guest Visits at Titonka Titonka: Mrs. Carl F. Callies hac as her house guests her mother Mrs. John Roelfsema of Des Moines and her aunt, Mrs. Charles Becker of Chatsworth, Illinois. While here they helped the twins, Shirley May and Sharon Kay observe their second birthday last Tuesday. CUCUMBERS For Sale Any size, at the stand 5V4 miles west of Algona on pavement 18. 32* Mrs. Henry Wolfe, West Bend, Died St. Joe: This community wis saddened when they learned of the death of Mrs. Henry Wolfe of West Send Wednesday evening, .Aug. 5. She passed away at Fort Dodge Mercy hospital where she had un- derwent nn operation on Monday. Mrs. Wolfe is survived by her husband and 10 children. Funeral services were held Saturday morning Fnll Term of the Manhnto Commercial College. Mankato, Minn., will open AUR. 31. If you plan to take a commercial course, send for catalog. 31-32* Titonkans Leave For Detroit Visit Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Will Peterson and daughter, Marjorio, Mrs. Peterson's sister, Mrs. Neal Nelson and two children and Mrs. Bernard Thompson left Thursday for Detroit, Michigan, to take Mrs. Nelson and children home who hnve been here the past five weeks. Mrs. Nelson was Mildred Turner before her marriage. Produce Co. Rents Building in Titonka Titonka: The A. E. Mann Produce Company have rented the L. B. Lnrsen produce building and moved in Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Larson have not decided just where they will movo till they sell their home. Their son. Kenneth, who dissolved partnership with Mr. Jacobs at Woden, is opening a produce station in Renwick Monday. 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 draylng and hauling. 32-tf BASKET GROCERY Pepper . 4 H>. pkg. lOc Yellowtails (Tuna) 2 cans 25c Sardines .. _ 3 tall cans 25c Candy Bars and Gum 3 for lOc Jar Rubbers . 3 pkgs. lOv Prince Albert and Velvet per tin lOc Certo Ige. bottle 19c Libby's Tomato Juice 3 tall cans 25c Monarch Finer Coffee 1 Ib. pkg. 27c Sugar, cloth bag 10 Ibs. 52c FRUIT JARS Complete With Caps and Rubbers Pints 52c Quarts ,_ 62c Half Gallons 92c FLOUR. Radiant 49 Ibs. $1.59 A high grade reasonable priced flour. Mary Ann Flour 49 Ibs. $1.99 Vou can't buy better flour. Libby's Corned Beef - _ ... _ 12 02. tin 19c Be Sure to Get Our Prices on Canned Fruits and Vegetables by the case or dozen lots Peaches for Canning $1.29 . We Reserve the Right to Limit Round Steak, tender young beef _lb. 23c Blade Shoulder Steak, Ib. 17c Hamburger (pure ground beef) Ib. Illness Strikes Titonka Homes Titonka: Mrs. John Rode, Sr., is reported illi A curd was also received from Henry Klenk telling of his Illness. Miaa Mureta Huber a recent operative patient at the Kossuth hospital, is recovering siiccly. Mrs. Florence Reaser, also a patient at the same hospital, came home Thursday evening. Titonkan Injures Arm on Tractor Titonka: Frank Hagen had the misfortune to full and injure his left arm while tearing down an old tractor. He is carrying his arm In a sling. JUNIOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Championship Game Iowa-Minnesota Championship Adults 35c—Children 15c Bancroft vs Minneapolis AT BANCROFT - 2:3O P. M. Thursday, Aug. 15 Also Friday, at Bancroft, 2:30 P. M. Oil Thursday alter the guiue leuve immediately (or Buffalo Center to visit Buffalo Day. 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