The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 8, 1936
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The Alttom Upper D«« M»i°'°. Algtna, Iowa, Sept. 8,193g BURT PLANNED FOR SEPTEMBER o of Brides-to-be Were Honored at Showers G. E. Brace, president; Mrs. L. E. Rtebhoff, vice president; Mrs. M. tl. Chlpman, secretary; Mrs. Lilian Sheld&n, treasurer. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, who will retire from the ministry at the close of this conference year, were presented with a name quilt, bear- tig the names of 500 friends and parishioners. At State Fair Among those from here, who attended the State Fair last week were the A. B. and John Schneider families, Howard Gettman, RonaU Ortman, Ward Winkle, and Mr. Sarchett. To Wed At Spencer Fair ' Burt: September, Instead of June eems to be the month chosen by Jurt young people for their wed Ings. At least four weddings are cheduled to take place very short y and several showers have been ield for the various brides. On Wednesday afternoon abou orty ladies were entertained b trs. R. 8. John and Esther Bahl ig'at a shower for Esther Olso » the Rebekah hall. She was also onored by a kitchen shower giv- n by Mrs. Art Leason and Lura ewlck a week ago Friday after- oon. She is soon to marry Ben lahling west of Burt farmer. Thursday afternoon, Mrs. I. W. Iransen, Mrs. Claire Winkle, and trs. L. H. Scnenck entertained a rge group at a shower at the Hanm home In honor of Viola Ride, who Is soon to marry Elmer ansen. They will live on a, farm ear Lakota. Methodist Aid Elects The Methodist Ladles' Aid society let for the last meeting of this ! mference year Thursday after- oon at the church. Mrs. Bertha chwletert, Mrs. Belle Reynolds, ud Mrs. J. G. Sewlck were host- ises. The following officers were ected for the coming year: Mrs. Hurt Boy Married Burt friends have received announcements _ of the marriage of George Graham, son of Mrs. Emll Chrlstensen, to Erma Margaret Morrison of Cedar Rapids on August 23. They will live In Cedar Rapids. George is a graduate of the Burt high school and attended Coe College several years. Herbert Bush moved Into part of Mrs. E. H. Staley's house Friday. Mrs. Lillian Slgler entertained the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle Installed a large oil burner In his home last week. Clifford Holding and. Dale Dundas each purchased a new truck recently. Oriole and Phyllis Brooke and Hugh McDonald were at Laurel on Thursday. The Burt Conservation League met Monday evening for its monthly meeting. The Birthday Circle met with Mrs. Robert Cogdlll last week Tuesday afternoon. J. W. Dorrance has been con- This vear from over twenty applicants the Clay County Fair t selected Miss Fern Parsons of Humboldt and Grov- of Spencer for the public wedding on Saturday night. County Fair will create widespread interest. Announcement - Dr. Karl R. Hoffman, formerly of Bancroft, announces that he is now located for the practice of dentistry in the new Heise building. PHONE 44 Farm Loans 4% Haggard & Falkenhainer Algona, Iowa 34-37 SBSSSSS&XS^^ fined to his bed the past week with an Intestinal Infection. Mrs. Elmer.Kienitz, Lakota, visited at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. G. C. Allen, Thursday. Lura Sewlck, who teaches at Forest City, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Laura Se- wlck. The Lutheran Aid society met in the church basement Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Lavrenz was hostess. Marjorle Roetman was five years old Friday and entertained a number of little friends at a party that afternoon. Mrs. Catherine Lott, Mount Ver non, spent last week at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. i/o- win Allen. The Owen Chlpmans, Milwaukee, Wls., came Saturday and visited over Labor Day with Owen s father, E. O. Chlpman. Mrs. Velma McBride, Sarah and Ruth Schroeder and Betty Rash visited the Lloyd Elstons at Gil more City Thursday. Mrs. Maude Hanna and son, Charles and Dorothy McDonald spent Thursday at the Elmer Nel son home in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Will Covwell, La Crosse, Wisconsin, are spending a couple of weeks with their sister- in-law, Mrs. E. H. Staley. r rancls Flannagan, wlio was high | school coach here last year, visited Burt friends the end of last week. He will teacli at Cresco this year. Henry Thompson, Los Angeles, California, came a week ago Friday for a visit with his sisters, Mrs. C. H. Blossom and Jennie Thompson- Mrs. Tressie Rlngsdorf and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were Rake visitors Thursday. They stopped and bad supper at the Wyot Stott home on the way home. The F. A. Rlngsdorfs and Ross Rlngsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., left last week Tuesday for Brltton, South Dakota. They returned the end of the week. Mrs. R. W. Hayward and little son left Friday for their home in' Chicago after spending most of the summer here with Mrs. Haywnrd a father, W. D. Kearns. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zigrang and daughter, Jane, Los Angeles, California, arrived Wednesday for a few days' visit with Mrs. Zigrang's aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. Mrs. M. E. Gray left Thursday for her home at Brule, Neb., after spending the summer here at the home of her son, George and with a son in Minnesota. Mr. Gray took her to Boone, where she took the train. Juanita Straley, Fenton, is stay Ing with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace, while her mother Mrs Seldon Straley is in the General hospital ot Algona follow ng the birth of a daughter last Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Reeder, who had spent a couple of months here at the home of her aunt, Mrs. George Carroll left Wednesday for her home at Streator, 111. The Carrolls and G. J. F. Vogels took her to Livermore, where she took the train. Mrs. John Ayers, Greenfield, is spending a month at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Bahling. She came with Mrs. Bahling and her daughter, Betty Walker, last week Friday. They had spent » couple of weeks with her at Greenfield. Mrs. F. L. Pratt took her daugh ter, Marllda to Runnclls the en< of the week. They went to Ellsworth Thursday, where they visited Mrs. Pratt's mother, before go- Ing to Runnells, where Marllda will teach music and two eighth grade subjects this year. Mrs. Eva Hodgson and daughters, Esther and Ruth, took Mrs. Myra Watkins, who had spent several weeks here, to Storm Lake last week Tuesday, where she was to visit a son. On the way home the Hodgsons calJed on Irene Aten, who teaches in a consolidated school near Alta. Marion and Franklin Clark, of South Bend, Indiana, spent last week Tuesday night here visiting their uncle, Roy Clark and Burt friends. They formerly lived here. They were accompanied by four other men. The group had been delivering automobiles from Detroit, Michigan, to Denver, Colorado and were on the return trip. West Bend Sends Out Its Teachers West Bend: Miss Gezlnft Schutter left for Goldfield to teach again the coming year. Quentin Kongsbach left Fridny for West Branch, Iowa, where he will teach music. Miss lantha Gearhart is reaching near Fenton this year in a standardized school. Miss Augusta Buttemore started school again Monday at center school in Garfleld township. Miss Bessie Sloan left Friday for Monticello, where she will tench the sixth grade the coming year. Miss Flossie Stagman is ngnin teaching at Ottumwa after a vacation spent at home with her mother, Mrs. H. Stagman. Mrs. H. J. Needing is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley, Miss Ida and Oscar, were business visitors at Algona Wednesday. Joe Graham accompanied Monte Hakes of Laurens to Chicago, on Monday to see the ball games. They plan to be there four days. Miss Ivadel Cleal left Sunday for Iowa Falls, where she will be in the employ of E. H. Klisart, formerly of this place in the Citizens State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs am children of Center Point, spent th past few days visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs. They returned to their home Tuesday. Miss Juanita Hansen left Tues day for Rochester, Minn., wher she will take training as a nurse Miss Hansen was a graduate of th West Bend high school with th class of 1936. GRAND OPENING OF NEW HEISE BLDG.-JUST SOUTH OF LIQUOR STORE Saturday, Sept. 12 Used Tractor and MACHINE BARGAINS 3—McCormlck-Deerlng 22-36 tractors. These nre powerful late model tractors and are priced to sell. 3—McCormlck-DeerlnK 10-20 tractors. All in good shape. 1—Massey - Harris Wallls 20-30 tractor in perfect condition. 1—Farmall regular. This Farm- all Is in excellent condition and priced right. 1—p-12 Farmall. Almost new. We have a 1-furrow 18-ln. plow to go with it If wanted. 1—Farmall 2-row mounted corn picker, in good shape. 12—tractor plows. We have a pood selection of one, two and three furrow tractor plows in all popular makes. 10—horse-drawn gang plows. Some of these ganK plows are almost new. Cheap. 1—1935 Ford V-8 long wheelbnso truck. Very low mileage and looks anfl runs like new. 1—1929 Ford Tudor sedan. Good tires and in perfect condition. 1—1929 Chevrolet Coupe. This car IB In unusually good shape and priced to sell. C—Head of good work horses and colts, CORWITH IMPLEMENT GO. P. J. URKI3ER & SOJf IOWA SPECIAL THIS OPENING DAY ONLY Regular lOc Glass of Beer We will also serve lunches that will go with beer COME IN AND SEE ALGON A'S FINEST SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN G. A. Wittkopf, Owner luiutnii " iunA ^••^^•^••^•^•••••••••'•''•'^^"^ _ _^=^~~~~"^^ := ^—"~ .. |nni!ii«^^ i*r'| n-~>r l-l Given Away Each Night of Kossuth Fair . . . At Grandstand Swea City Auxiliary To Improve Kitchen Swea City: Regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the Legion hall last Tuesday, Sept. 1, with 25 members present. It was voted to make extensive improvements in the kitchen. Mrs Wm. Christensen's name was drawn as the member whose dues will be paid for the coming year. Lunch was served by the hostsesses Mesdames A. B. Tweeten and Harold Hedges. Miss Dorothy Doak was a week end guest of Dr. R. M. Minkel. Miss Mildred Shively came last week to spend a month at the home f her sister, Mrs. Oliver Blomster. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stenstrom and two children came Tuesday for a two days' visit at the home of his mother, Matilda Stenstrom. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Ridge went vo Des Moines last Saturday, returning Tuesday night, for a visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. iomar Davis. Mrs. Walter Bovis and three sons spent the week end with relatives at West Union, while Mr. Bovia went on to Iowa City for medical treatment at the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McAninch, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Fangust, East Chain, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Trumbar at Williams, Iowa, recently. Mrs. McAninch and Mrs. Trumbar are sisters. Miss Erf ie Eckholm, a teacher in city school at Des Moines the past 16 years, returned to Des Moines last Wednesday after spending the summer vacation period at the home of her mother and sister, Mrs Victor Eckholm and Miss Lydia Eckholm. CUCUMBERS For Sale Any biz«, at the stand, 5Vi miles west of Algona on pavement 18. 33-tf INSURANCE == HW.POSTf Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all ol draylng nn* fcauling. 33-tf .. fl^^ That Pays Losses Promptly Farm Property Insures against fire, lightning, wind and tornado, your house, barns and other buildings. Live Stock Of all kinds against fire, lightning, wind and tornado. The Best Insurance Protection for Less Insurance In Force over $18,OOO,OOO YOUR FRIEND BEFORE AND AFTER A FIRE Directors—H. J. Bode, Hugh Raney, Edw. A. Droessler, Bancroft, H. L. Potter, West Bend, Hugh Herman, E. O. Mann, Burt, E. A. Miller, Elmore, Jos. Hauptman, Wesley, Nic Bormann, Lu Verne. See us at our new building 1-X block north of Iowa State Bank after September 7th, 1936 Kossuth County Mutual Fire Insurance Association D. D. PAXSON, Secretary. L. S. BOHANNON, Asst. Sec'y

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