The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1936 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 8, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 8, 1936 North East * Kossuth Page LEDYARD GIRL, A NEW YORKER NOW, IS HOME Irene Dyer Went East to Visit, Stayed For Three Years Ledyard: Irene Dyer, graduate of the local schools, who has been in New York City the past three years is home for a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dyer. After graduation, Irene went to Minneapolis and took a business course there and for several years worked in that city. In 3933 she went to New York City | to visit a former Ledyard girl, Vera [ Slmonson, now Mrs. Fred Brum- [mer. She liked it so well that she .got work there and is at present iclerk in the St Vincent hospital, tie came home with two cousins, Irs. Valera Ringus of Mason City, nd Mrs. Arthur Fisher of Carroll, »ho had been at Washington, D. visiting a brother. They came borne via Baltimore, Maryland, Niagara Falls, Detroit and Chicago, 'hey traveled a good share of the ay in Canada just over the border the route that way Is 200 miles Sorter than in the United States. Everett Hartshorn had to have leg lanced Tuesday by Dr. Gil- sple. John Frandle, George Hagge and eorge Moulton were at Algona on tonday. The Edward Hagges of Buffalo nter spent Tuesday at the Arthur llelske home. The Glenn Yahnkes returned on Wednesday from their trip to the fellowstone Park. An official board meeting of the E. church was held Thursday i evening at the church. Alethla and Wilson Brack at, tended the Rlngling Bros, circus |at Fort Dodge Thursday. Herman Wintmeier of Elk River, Minn., visited at the Herman Her' Bog home the past week. Mrs. W. E. Wlemer will be hostess to the M. E. Aid this week Thursday at the church basement. Mrs. Ed McGuire came from Ohio Tuesday to. see her father, August Gelhaus, who is seriously 111. Mrs. Ben Gesch returned to her home at Elmore recently after several weeks with her parents, the J. T. Welfares. The W. F. M. S. will meet thla week Friday with Mrs. Edward Knoner e» hostess. Mrs. D. B. May- Mr ha» the lesion. Lots Kerr of Elmore visited her cousin, Henrietta O'Keefe, from Tuesday until Wednesday when Mrs. O'Kuefe and Henrietta took her home. W. T. Hall, Early Lakota Titonka Settler, Burried Titonka: It is with regret that we chronicle the passing of another good citizen. William T. Hall has been a resident of Rudd and vicinity for the past eight years, having moved there from Cerro Gordo county in 1928. He waa born in Blandonville, McDonou'gh county, Illinois, September 27th, 1858, and passed away at his home in Rudd, August 28th, 1936, at the age of 77 years and 11 months. Mr. Hall was the first postmaster at Germania (now Lakota) Iowa, Kossuth county. He lived in Kossuth county 22 years, 18 of which were spent in public office. While living at Titonka engaged In the hardware business, Mr. Hall was elected a member of the board of supervisors of Kossuth county and served for a number of years, for a time being president of that body. At the age of eight years, he was left alone to battle his way through the world. He did not have the advantage of an education but In spite of this fact, through bitter experiences and hard work, he won his way to success as a business man. He was in the hardware business in Germania, Wesley and Titonka, Iowa, for a number of years. He waa a man of strong convictions and stood by whatever he believed was right He had a cheerful disposition and a keen sense of humor. He waa a good husband and father. His wife and children were very dear to him and lie was happy and contented In his home and looked great joy to each forward with reunion of his children "and grandchildren. He was united in marriage to Anna D. Abel of Mt. Auburn, Benton county, Iowa, July 17th, 1881. To this union five children were born: Mrs. Alverna M. Campbell of Omaha; Mrs. Carrie E. Hardesty of Delta, Iowa; Mrs. Delia Nelson of Omaha; Mrs. E. A. Hanson of Rudd nnd Ervin E. Hall of Fort Dodge. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, five children, fourteen grandchildren and six great-grandchildren and one slater, Mrs. Mary Johnson of Monmouth, 111., all of whom attended burial services here on Sunday. Mr. Hall was a member of the Baptist church and for a number of years was affiliated with the Masonic and Odd Fellow fraternal orders. Funeral services were held in the M. E. church at Rudd, Sunday August 30th at 10 a. m., the body being taken overland to Titonka for interment. Rev. Mercer, pastor of the church, was in charge of the service, assisted by the Masonic order. The casket bearers at the Buffalo Township cemetery were J. F. Fisher, Albert and George Nelson, Andrew H. Hansen and Jay Budlong. PRESBYTERIAN AID AT LAKOTA MEETS Mrs. Berchman Hostess Last Thursday At Her Home Mr. and Mrs. Nybard Moore and a cousin of Mrs. Moore, all of Emmetsburg, spent Saturday at the H. M. Dyer home. The amateur winners for the past week were Ray Peterson of Lakota, first; the tap dancing duo of Elmore, second, and DeVere Hirt of Forest City, third. Mrs. Herman Herzog, sons, Raymond, Harold and Mllford and Esther Green spent from Sunday to Friday at Des Moines with relatives and attending the state fair. The past week has been Mission week at the Sacred Heart church with services eacn morning and evening. The Rev. Cyril Ernst of Cincinnati, Ohio, has been assisting with the services. R. K. Canary, the Northwestern agent here, left Wednesday for a two weeks' trip to the east. He plans to go to Chicago, New York, Quebec and Montreal, Canada, before returning. The relief agent from Fox Lake has charge of the depot during his absence. Howard Dyer and Leonard Warner, two or a quartet of boys who recently left to see the west, returned home Thursday night. The other two, William Barnes and Gordon Jorgensen, are still out there. They are now at the homo of William'* brother, Lawrence, in Utah. They plan to visit a brother of Gordon In Montana, before returning and If they obtain work, will stay out there. TITONKA NEW* Mrs. Ernest E. Paine of Burt was business caller here Tuesday. Coach and Mrs. T. A. Dunmlre re driving a new Chevrolet coach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher and Mrs. J. F. Fisher were In Algona 'hursday on business. The Gartner apiary purchased a ew Dodge truck to be used in the CLEANED PROPERLY Certainly there is a difference' in cleaning. Our production is plan" ned for quality work only and the result shows it. ELK CLEANERS & TAILORS CORNER DODGE AND CALL STREETS PHONE 330 WE DELIVER IN 22 TOWNS Our 26th Year in Algona Before Winter Comes Making Appraisals of Land Impossible Now is the time to apply for your "Government" Farm Loan and take advantage of the present SVatt rate (regularly 4%). For full particulars, without charge, concerning the possibility of lower interest loans on your farm call at the office of AlCONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Over Barry's" TEL. 305-W. ALCONA, IOWA H. II. HUTCH1SS, Secretary-Treasurer. Note: 400 other Kossutb and neighboring farmers enjoy our savings advantages, at long terms, WHY NOT YOU? Appraisals for the future can be made 6 to 9 mouths ahead. Plan ahead. Lakota: Mrs. Heyo Berschman entertained the Presbyterian Missionary society at her home on Thursday with Mrs. Charles Winter as assisting hostess. Mrs. Maude Hamilton had charge of devotions. Mrs. E. R. Williams had charge of the lesson from Women and Missions. All enjoyed the group singing led by Mrs. Frer- klng. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday to attend the state fair. Mesdames Harry Mussman and Irvin Wortman visited Elsie Baum last Wednesday afternoon. The Elmer Wortmans and Miss Esther Wortman of George, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Mlld<ed Bargcr nnd Beverly Tamen up from Mason Cl.y am! spent the week end with their respective parents. Korse Ellman came home from the hospital at Iowa City last Saturday where he has been for treatment for nerve trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau spent last week fishing and vacationing In northern Minnesota. Wm. Schultz is operating the hardware store during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilcox of Vinton, visited her parents, Mr. nna Mrs. Richard Zielske, Sauerkraut Day. Sunday afternoon, '.he Rev. Boese baptl'.f-J their little son, R chard Fdward. Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Mrs. R. L. Williams drove to Mason City last Tuesday, taking Mrs. Florence Methodist Aid of Lakota In Session Lakota: Mrs. Samuel Warburton entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday afternoon. The regular social meeting of September will be held Sept. 16 with eight hostesses and Mrs. A. T. Buckets as chairman. Election of officers for next year resulted as follows: president, Mrs. J. H. Warburton; vice president, Mrs. Delia Smith; secretary, Mrs. Harry Moe; assistant secretary, Mrs. Harry Warburton; treasurer, Mrs. E. R. Wor- lev. Mrs. Worley's division served the Commercial Club dinner at the church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dyer and son, Andrew and wife, all of Madison, Wisconsin, came Saturday for a visit with the former's brother, H. M. Dyer. Lakota Silo Filling Keeps Farms Busy Lakota: The silo fillers are busy nt work these days but the rain has hindered somewhat as the ground is wet nnd the corn so short in many fields it makes cutting and hauling difficult. It takes more acres of corn to fill n silo this year than previously on account of size of corn stalUs. Son to Lakotans Lakota: A son wns born September first to Mr. and Mrs. Ahrends Hans, southeast of town. The Hans have one other child, n daughter. Mrs. Hnns was formerly Ethel Lester. Mrs. Oscnr Frnndle and bnby at tended a farewell party for Mrs A. A. Sheldon who leaves Saturday delivery of their honey. Harold Krantz and Arthur Ask- ns drove to Des Moines Tuesday o attend the State Fair. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baade Monday, August 31, a son at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mrs. Miller Nelson entertained at a birthday party for their year old son, Ronald, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard A. French returned Saturday from Minneapolis, where she had been for several days the past week. Arlo Larson accepted a position with the Caldwell & Zender clothing firm in Algona and began his duties Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz drove to Des Moines Monday to attend the state fair and returned nome the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stenzel, west of town, have remodeled the porch on their home by making it arger and enclosing It Lester Callles bought out a general store,' the McNisch Co., at {anawha Tuesday. Possession was aken Monday, August 31. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner and son, Ellsworth, returned Monday vening fro.n Des Moines where they were in attendance at the State Fair. Mr. and Mra. Emery Stewart, music instructor in Buffalo consol- dated school, have rooms in the Mrs. John Falk home, where they are doing light housekeeping. Mra. Herb C. Schweppe, Earl and Beverly Ann of Cassville, WIs., and a cousin of Fairmont were in town a short time Monday afternoon. Mrs. Schweppe had been at St. James and Fairmont visiting. Mrs. M. S. Craven entertained the luncheon and bridge party on Thursday. Mrs. Lee O Wolfe won high score and Mrs. C. A. Hoon, low. Mrs. Will Boyken, Mrs. R. L. Krantz and Mrs. J. A. Bleich substituted for Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Mrs. H. I. Torgersen and Mrs. Craven. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club last week. Mrs. George Bonacker made high score, Mrs. Martin Bleich, second high, Mrs. Pierre Sartor, low, and Mrs. Howard French, honor prize. Mrs. French, Mrs. Sartor, Mrs. J. A. Bleich and Mrs. M. S. Craven substituted for Mrs. Miller Nelson, Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Mrs. Earl Stott and Mrs. L. B. Larson. McAdams there to take a train for her home at DeRidder, La. Mrs. McAdams has spent the past two months here visiting relatives. Her mother and Mrs. Charles Winter were sisters. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, Jr, and daughter, Dorothy and Mr. end Mrs. Nick Koppen drove to Algona last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of August Becker who passed away the previous Sunday They also accompanied the body to LuVerne, where he was buried. Mr Becker was an uncle of Mesdames P. L. and Nick Koppen. Beth HamnquUt, who has spen most of the summer with Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson at AnlHcn Iowa, came home last week Sunday afternoon. The Johnsons were on their way to Knoxville, Irwa, an> Beth went with them part way am took a bus to Forest City when her folks met her. Beth is planning to enter Mornlngslde College thii month where she will take a Lib eral Arts course. FEET HURT? Here is your chance to obtain RELIEF There if no need for you to suffer any longer with painful feet . . . your foot troubles can be relieved—inexpensively. DR. SCHOLL/S representative from Chicago will be in our store Friday, Sept. 11 This man is thoroughly trained in the scientific methods of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, internationally famous Foot Authority, who, for almost a third-century has been alleviating human foot suffering throughout the entire world. Come in for Pedo-graph imprints o! your stockinged feet. Learn how the proper Dr. Scholl Foot Comfort Appliance or Remedy can relieve your particular foot trouble. Brownell Shoe Co. Algona, Iowa New Fall Suits and Top Coats • For School We are justly proud of our wonderful showing of Fall suits that are now on display in our store. They represent the very best values that we have ever shown. Never has it been your good fortune to buy such quality clothes at such low prices. Best quality, interlining and hand construction. Made from all wool fabrics In worsteds, cashmeres and long wearing twists. Hand made buttonholes. Fronts shaped by hand. Hand felled collars. The right styles for Fall and Winter wear. Made by the country's best manufacturers. New models, expensively tailored In fabrics and patterns that are so much in demand. Here you will find models for old and young in a large variety of color combinations. No better values anywhere. • Suits For School 19.50 22.50 24.50 ZENDER & CALDWELL CLOTHING ANI> SHOES W«> will HCB you at the Fair. Hebron Twp News Mr. and Mrs. John Badje attended the Blue Earth Fair Jast Thursday. School began last Monday in District No. 1 with Agnes Haugen teacher. Mrs. C. LeGried and boys spent Friday evening ut the Oscar Frandle home. Mardell Haveland spent last week with her cousins, Bt-rdeau and Thelma Frandle. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family attended a family reunion near Austin last Sunday. Quite a number from around litre attended Sauerkraut day held at Lakota last Saturday. Milford Thompson spent a few days last week with his sister, Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson attended the Stavenger Laget at Story City last week and also visited with relatives. Loren and Donald Hanson and Ernest Thompson spent Tuesday afternoon with their friend, Gustav Lunning. Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Mrs. Ole Hauskin attended a birthday party for Mrs. Frondie's mother last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Corhus spent the latter part of lust week with relatives in Story county and also to be present at the Stavenger Laget at Story City. CLAY COUNTY FAIR SEPT. 14 to 19 SA VE MONEY! Bring Your Children Monday, KIDS' DAY All School Children Admitted FREE! For Any Seat in Grandstand For Any Shows or Rides All For The Kiddies! Let Them Come! Ask The Man Who's Been There REMEMBER—GET YOUR SEATS EARLY!

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