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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 18,1936 North East Kossuth News LAKOTA GROOM WED TO GRANADA YOUNG LADY Bay Hertske, Pearl Wirtjes United; At Home After Sept. 1 Lakota: Pearl Wirtjes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wirtjes of Granada, Minn., and Ray Hertske, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Hertske. east of town, were married at the local Lutheran church last week Wednesday evening with the Rev. A. F. Boese officiating. They were attended by her sister, Clara, and his brother, Mnynard. The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried white roses and her bridesmaid wore a gown of blue satin and pink and blue sweet peas. A reception was held at the Hertske home following the ceremony. The young folks left after the reception for a few days' visit at Granada. Ray has worked for several years in the Woodworth drug store and his bride has been a rural school teacher for several years. They will be at home In Lakota after Sept. 1. Horse, Calf Are Killed Charles Eggerth, two miles northwest of town, had a horse killed by lightning during Thursday's rain and George Christ, southeast of town, had a calf killed In the same storm. Norman Frerklng spent last week visiting his sister, Mrs. Gerald Ukena at Jesup. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fedge returned from a week's vacation with relatives at. Northwood. Frank Lewis, Mary Jane, Fern and son, Lawrence, drove to Green Bay, Wis., last week Tuesday for a visit with relatives. A good many from here attended the Buffalo day program at Buffalo Center last Thursday. Barbecued beef sandwiches and coffee were served free at noon. The Harvey Johnsons spent last week In Chicago, visiting relatives. Mrs. Johnson's sister and children, who have been visiting here, accompanied them to Chicago. The Wm. Klenttz family will move soon Into the home they recently bought from Jerry Ukena In the southeast part of town. They have been living over the Klocke furniture store. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson came home last week Monday from a two weeks' vacation with relatives in western Iowa. They report crops ruined there by the drought and grasshoppers. The Henry Pattersons spent last week Sunday at Clear Lake, where there was a high school band contest and Sayde Patterson played with the Buffalo Center band, which was entered in the contest. Hebron Twp News Ed Simser was busy last week covering a barn with galvanized tin Mrs. C. O. Legried and boys spent Sunday evening with the Osrar Frandles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family spent last Sunday with relatives near Austin. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Yahnke spent last Friday at Garden City. Minn., with Mr. Yahnke's parents. Mrs. Beatrice Osland has been enjoying a visit from some relatives near Huxley a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simser and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson are spending a week in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Hannah Thompson, Edith and Ernest were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Fenske home near Blue Earth, Minn. Harold Thompson, who is employed by the American Gas Co. at Albert Lea, Minn., was a week end visitor with his mother and family, Mrs. Hannah Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hanson and family left Wednesday morning on a trip to Brainerd, Minn., and other points to visit friends. They expect to be gone about a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Yahnke, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson and son spent last week sightseeing in northern Minnesota and also in South Dakota. They returned home last Thursday. Quite a shock came over this community when the news came that Rev. T. H. Benson of Rake had passed away following an operation for cancer at Faribault, Minn., last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson and Milford returned home last Monday night from a week's visit at Crookaton, Minn., and other points. They report things look pretty dry up there also. Shoe Sensations 2,000 pairs of ladles' white slippers with good leather aoles at SSc a pair or S palra for $1.00. All this season's styles and sixteen patterns to choose from. All sizes from 2Vi to 8. Saturday we could not manage the crowd, but If you will come this week we will have shoes arranged so we can wait on you quickly or you can find the size by yourself. These slippers are an out and out bargain. They are stylish, very good fitters and will give a lot of wear. Th* regular price of these slippers is $1.00 but now you get 3 pairs for $1.00. We also have 300 pairs of fancy bedroom slippers to go In the same deal at 35c a pair. These are the same slippers we sold last Christmas for 95c a pair. 85 dozen Gold Stripe hose just arrived at the back door and I suppose we will have to sell them. Gold Stripe silk hosiery at Neville's prices sells itself so that will not be much bother. We are having a great sale and the shelves are getting empty so hurry—hurry—hurry. Jimmie Neville THE HHOE MAN Missouri Car Is Wrecked Badly In Ledyard Accident Ledyard: A Missouri car was quite badly wrecked at the Hartshorn corner when they failed to make the turn as they were going to fast. The driver was not injured at all and the wife was just bruised and cut. The windshield and front window were shattered, the engine badly bent, also the top and one fender. The car was repaired at the Yahnke Garage and the couple went on to their destination in Minnesota. Girl Breaks Arm Thursday morning. Norma. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Engelbart Logemann. fell down the basement stairs and broke two bones in her arm just above the wrist. Dr. Sommers of Elmore set the break and she is getting along nicely. Mexican Boys Win Amateur winners for the past week were: the two Mexican boys, age 7 and 9. first. They played the the violin and guitar. Clarice Thompson of Elmore. tap dancer, was second and W. F. Jennings, clogger from Preston, was third. Graduate Is Visitor Harry Winters, a graduate of the local school, called at the V. A. Barrett home and on other friends Tuesday. Harry attended the business school at Chillicothe, Mo., and for a year worked in the state house in Des Moines. He is now with a cooperative oil company at Osage, Iowa, having been with that company since a year ago last July. He states that he likes the work very much. His parents now live north of Buffalo Center and he was spending a week's vacation with them. 3 Cows, Horse Lost P. W. Reece lost three cows by lightning in the storm early Thursday morning and Alfred and Alvin Busch each lost a horse the same way. IS YOUR REFRIGERATOR COLD ENOUGH? AN AMAZING NUMBER OF REFRIGERATORS FAIL TO KEEP SAFE, LOW TEMPERATURE DURING HJT SUMMER WEATHER" Roy Hartshorn of Swea City was here Thursday. The W. F. M. S. wil! meet this week Friday with Mrs. D. B. Mayer. L. W. Wiemer, Fred Anderson and George Hagge were at Algona Monday. George Hagge and James Lloyd were at Walnut Grove, Minn., on Tuesday. Kenneth Thompson of Sioux City came Tuesday for a few days with Ills parents. The Glenn Yahnkes attended the Rlngling Bros, circus at Mason* City Saturday. The Fred Darnelles left Wednesday for Duluth, Minn., for a week with relatives. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. Albert Miller of Birmingham were at EJmore Saturday. Mrs. Laura Nlester spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Gene Worden home near Elmore. Mrs. Margaret Looft, and Mrs. Larson and son of Chicago spent Tuesday at the George Looft's. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poppe went .o Nevada and Des Moines Tuesday to attend the funeral of an aunt. The Tlce Bracks attended the ircus at Mason City Saturday as Jid a number of other families near here. Frank Bauer treated hia thre«h- ing crew to ire cream and cake on Tuesday evening at the Joe Mayne home. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jacobs of South Dakota visited at the Christ Galhaus home Tuesday and Wednesday. Josephine Wiedemeier and the Rev. Peter Sturm went to Carroll Tuesday. The former attended the wedding of her nephew. The H. D. Maynes, Edith Logan ami Doris Welfare attended the Buffalo Day celebration at Buffalo Center Thuisday evening. Many from here attended the various ball games at Bancroft between the Bancroft Legion team and the Minneapolis team. Mr- Albert Miller of Birming- I ham. d lughters Muribelle and Lois i ind the foimer's sister, Doris Dun- I ham of Waterloo came Thursday ! i'ir t vi lit at the D. B. Mayer's. ! Kri'iiy Mr.-,. Albert Miller. Miiri- '-!.< Loi->. and Dori.^ Dunham, Itrj^r;.- M iy-.-r. Marjone *jabie, ii'i i^'jii.-i Wi.lfate look a pi. me i,!,in-r .in.l .vent In Wc.,l Bend to to Ina few n.- Mini Titonka Boy, 3, Hurt in Wringer Titonka: Elsworth, the 3-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner. had the misfortune to have his right arm caught in the wringer of the washing machine and ran through to the shoulder before his mother could extricate the arm. Mrs. Heifner was emptying a pail of water in a tub close by at the time of the accident. The child's arm Is healing nicely. Former Pastor At Lakota Is Father Lakota: Friends here received announcements last week of the ,birth of a daughter to the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Anthon, Iowa, at the Sioux City hospital August 8. They have one other daughter. The Rev. Johnson was pastor of the local Methodist church for five years. Rain Thursday At Lakota Welcomed Lakota: The first real rain since last Afay fell Thursday morning. There have been a few light showers and although nearby sections have had some rain. Lnkota territory has missed most of it until the rain Thursday. Heifner on Committee Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner returned Saturday evening from Cedar Falls where they were in attendance at a three-day state convention of Rural Mail Carriers. Mrs. Heifner received an appointment to serve on the resolutions committee. Between 500 and 600 were registered, carriers and their families. Schallins of Lotts Creek Return Home Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin and Mr. and Mis. Arthur Rusch and family returned from Calloway. Minn.. Friday evening, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Secgebarth and family. They reported the oats as being all gone, only some of it being fit to cut for feed, but the corn looked good, being not quite as tall as around here but more green. They also reported a good rain there the morning they returned home. North Iowa Fair Opens Aug. 24th Never in the eight years under the present management of the North Iowa Fair at Mason City has a more pretentious or better balanced program been offered to visitors of that exposition than has been arranged for this year's fair which opens on Aug. 24th. Entries in livestock are greater at this time than in a decade. Every available stall In the draft horse section has been taken. The fat cattle barn and the dairy cattle barns are fast Ailing up, as is also the swipe section. '. / Visitors will see the largest 4-H club livestock show ever held in North Central Iowa, D20 baby beeves and dairy heifers are now being fitted in the six counties who contribute yearly to make this show the second largest in the state of Iowa. In order to further carry on an Improvement program of from $25,000 to $30,000 a nominal gate charge is being made this year. The admission will be 25c for adults and 15c for children from 8 to 18. Jane Withers in "Little Miss Nobody" at The Call Theatre Fri.-Sat., August 21-22 G. 0. M'FARLANDS BACK AFTER TRIP INTO MINNESOTA, DAKOTA Portland Residents' Visit Relatives; Sister Here For a Visit Portland: The G. O. McFarland family returned iiome Thursday afternoon from a week's trip to Minnesota and South Dakota visiting i relatives. Mrs. McFarland's sister. Mrs. Charles Rollins, of Springfield, S. D., accompanied them home for a visit Rev. Barslou Visits The Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Barslou of Maquoketa, Iowa, visited from Thursday until Monday at the Will Ringsdorf home. On Friday, Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, Hurt, and the Rev. and Mrs. Barslou visited the grotto at West Bend. Mrs. Barslou is a sister of Will Ringsdorf. SEXTON NEWS Martin Hinders and family of Woden, spent Friday with Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Henry Phillips and daughter, Florence of Wesley, spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Ed Fitch returned from Burt, where she had spent several days with her sister, Mrs. John Koestler and family. Wilbur Steven came home on Tuesday from the Kossuth hospital Algona. where he had undergone an apepndicitis operation the week previous. Mrs. Otto Neuman returned on Wednesday from Clear Lake, where nhe had been sincu Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara. The Clem Cunningham's spent Wcdne.iday with her mother, Mrs. Warmbier in LuVerne and Mrs. Win. Hedrirk visited her son, Bill and family there also. Portland Club to Meet The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday, August 20, at the home of Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Will Grover, Earl Shlpler and Luther Fairbanks. Lucille Wntson visited at Mason Ity Saturday. Ardis Bosworth visited Wednesday afternoon with Joyce Barr. Avery Fitch was employed at the Taylor Cafe, Bancroft, last week. Florin Bartlett, Tltonka, visited Wednesday at the Del Fitch home. Grover Fairbanks returned home last Saturday from a business trip to Chicago. Blanche McFarland visited her Friend, Arlene Daniels, Burt, on Friday afternoon. The Godfrey Geilcnfeldts. Lotts reek, visited the Clarence Crouch family last Sunday. The Ivan Long family attended a picnic last Sunday at the Oliver Graham home, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. August Robinson, Swea City, visited last Tuesday at the Tony Lohsc home. Doris Applegate spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, Algona. Raney and Arthur Leek are vis- Minnesota Dry. Subscriber Says, In U. 0. M. Letter Conrad Babe, old-time subscriber for this newspaper from Mlnneap* oils, writes to renew his subscription right on the dot and Includes the following comment: "I am still at the Nlcollet hotel, but will move down to Albert Lea, Minn., soon. I suppose we are about In the same flx up here as you lire, we need rain badly, and there are lots of farmers up here feeding hay already to their cattle. "I do not remember ever seeing southern Minnesota as dry as this, and lots of pastures are entirely dried up, and the prospects for potatoes look bad unless we get pome real rain soon. "With best wishes Conrad Rabe." (ting relatives In Wisconsin. They went there with Herman Busse. The Victor Applegates spent a week ago Sunday at the parental C. E. Applegate home, Corwith. Del Fitch sold two milk pows to Arnold Koestler, Hurt, last week, and three sows to W. W. Boettcher. Lorraine Loh.°e came home on Thursday from Swea City, where she has been visiting the August Robinson family. Mrs. John Trunkhlll, Miss Iva Trunkhill and Miss Hammond visited the grotto at West Bend' on Friday afternoon. Clarion Long and Martha Scht- pull returned home Thursday from Minnesota, where they had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter visited the R. S. McWhorter family Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ivan Long's brother, A. C. Holding and family, her parents, the J. N. Holdings, visited at the Ivan Long home Tuesday. Bonnie Bosworth returned home Thursday afternoon after a few days' visit with her cousin, Mary Lee Rochleau, south of Algona. John Trunkhlll and D. M. Stewart took Ralph Jain to his home at Elk Mound, Wis., Thursday morn- Ing. They returned Friday even- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill, daughter, Iva, and Miss Ham' mond were supper guests, at the D. M. and Roscoe Stewart home on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhlll and daughter, Iva, visited at Guckeen, Minn., Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Hammond accompanied them home for a visit. The Victor Applegates visited former neighbors near Britt, on Thursday. Victor Applegates and Clarence Lohse were also at Klemme Thursday. The Bud Olloms, St. Paul, spent from Sunday evening until Monday a} the Herman Putz home. Their son, Buddy, went back with them after making a visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarlqnd and children, Ruth and Darrell, Mrs. Chas. 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