The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1936 · Page 9
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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. Oct. 6, 1936 North PIONEER SINCE 1888 BURIED AT LAKOTA LAST WEDNESDAY East * Kossuth Adolph Wiese Was 66; Family Deaths in 6 Months Lakota: Funeral services were held for Adolph Wlese at the Lutheran church Wednesday with the R«v. Boese in charge. Special niu- «lc was rendered by Irene Werlnga andArvllIa Christ, who lang TJghts of Home.- E. R. Worie£ Art Schissel, Harry Warburtoi* Ben Farrow, Walter Rosenau and Chris Asmumen were the pallbearers and he was burled In the Lutheran cemetery east of Lakota. Mr. Wlese had suffered for several *ear» from hernia and went to Rochester, Minn.. September 22, and an operation-was performed on the Friday following, which was successful, but pneumonia developed following the operation and he pawed away the following Sunday Adolph Wiete T«W hern In Pown, i Germany, In 18/1 ind wus •» v wra ' old. In 1878 ha crime to this country with his parents and lived near Algona where they lived for five years. The family moved to I^k- ota In 1903 where he has lived «nce. In 1907 he was married to Mary Wolf, who died in 1924, his brother Julius also dying the name year. His parents passed away recently making three deaths in the Immediate family In about six months. One brother, Emil, survives. Mr, Wlese worked on the Rock Isjand railroad for many years. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, Jr drove to Rake Thursday afternoon. Mary Ann Underdahl entertained the S. M. K. club at her home, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley drove to Mason City last Tuesday on a business mission. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson left Wednesday afternoon for Fort Dodge to attend the Methodist conference. They will visit with his parents at Klemme before returning home. U«ed Loud Speaker To Amplify Sermon At Moulton Funeral Ledyard: Out of town relatives, who attended U:» funeral of Oeorfre Moulton Wednesday were: Marie Moulton and N. L. LaRochelle of Pana, HI.; Mrs. John B. Moulton ni'J daughter, Kargarct, Oak 1'ark. 111.; Ed Countryman, Boy River, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harris and Harold Harris, of Wilmar, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Jones, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. George But- terfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart But- terfietd, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Butterfleld, all of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shackelford, Algona, besides a host of friends from neighboring towns. A loud speaker was installed so that those who could not get In the church could hear the services. T1TONKA WOMAN GUEST ON EVE OF DEPARTURE TO NEW LOCATION Page R. L. Erantz Home Scene of Affair For Mrs. L. B. Larsen Peerless Coal (Cheinacol Processed) ' Has a Personality There is no other coal that burns quite like our Chemacol Processed Coal. While burning it forms a sort of "fire ball" in the firepot. B-U-T you don't have to poke it. This fireball eventually breaks up of itn own accord and all that's left is a very small amount of tine ash. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool W/ffft/fff/m Just Arrived A New Fall And Holiday Line Of Electric Appliances Fully Automatic Stream Line Irons Walnut Trim Table Cookers Pioneer Pattern Percolators Harmony Automatic Waffle Irons Buffeteer Service Toasters Beautiful Terry-doth and Eiderdown Heating Pads The "Good Morning Service" on Tray- Toaster and Egg Cooker Sets Call And See Our New Assortment of IES Floor and Table Lamps All new and up-to-date models You will marvel at the beautiful line —make your selections now. You will enjoy a beautiful new IES lamp during the long winter evenings in your home. Now on Display at PrattEledricC New School Project A new project, 'The Home Room" Is being organized In the eighth grade with Mr. Granner as sponsor. They meet every Tuesday and Friday and at the first meeting chose the name "The Jolly Rovers Home Room" for their club with colors blue and silver. A flower is to be chosen later. Officers are: president, Jean Gabel; vice president, Paul Garry; secretary, Donald Looft: treasurer. Vernon Dorsey; reporters, Maxine Berhow and Maxine Selfert; usher. Howard Kllnksiek; Inspector, Cleo Looft; cheer leaders, Delores Junkermeier and Edward Eggerth; honor point treasurer, Eunice Prlebe; program chairman, Melvln Bunch' attendance officer, Melbourne Haag. School Paper Appears The first Issue of the school paper "The Putuwlz". was edited the past week. This school paper was started in 1925 and with the cooperation of the business men through advertising, it has been self-supporting. The staff this year Is as follows: editor, Edith Logan; assistant editor. Cleo Gabel- make-up editor, Muriel Reece: assistant editor, Alvira Halvcrson; feature editor, Evelyn Mayne, assistant feature editor, Irvin Beenken; business manager, Doris Welfare; assistant business manager Beulah Looft; advertising manager Glenn Dyer; assistant advertising manager, Lawrence Flynn; athletics reporter, Ellwood Green; music reporter. Agnes Junkermeier; forensic reporter, Ruth Estle; literary reporter. Pearl Haag; class news, Kathleen Reece; circulation manager, Gertrude Darnell; assistant circulation manager, Dorla McDonald; circulation board, Jean Nelson, Geneva Oelhaus. Bernard Ander•on. Fern Stenzel, Arlowe Blome, Cecil Langerman, Edna Dontje Marjorle Barnes and Marcus Lana> erman. Tltonka: The R. L. Krantz home, west of town, was the scene of a pretty party complimenting Mrs. L. B. Larsen, who is moving to her new home In Homer. Seven small tables were set up In readiness for the lunch. The tables were decorated with fall flowers. The favors and nut cups were measuring spoons of beetleware in colors of yellow, red and orange, the handles tide with paper ribbon. After the tables were cleared of the lunch, bridge was played. The occasion was made more gay by additional prizes. The first one to have 100 honors, Mrs. C. V. Pendergast; the first to hold no face cards, Mrs. Art Schweppe; first to make game in a minor suit, Mrs. T. A. Dunmire. After 24 hands of bridge scores were tallied: Mrs. a V. Pendergast made high score; Mrs. Julia Nelson, second high; Mrs. Howard A. French, average score; Mrs. L. B. Larsen, honoree, the low score. Mrs. Carl F. Callies held the door prize, No. 12 the winner; Mrs. C. A. Hoon, the chair prize; Mrs. Earl Stott won the tie prize in the cutting. Other guests were Mrs. J. A. Blelch, Mrs. Pierre Sartor, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Mrs. Will Boyken, Mrs. Martin Blelch, Mrs. R. C. Ball, Mrs. H. I. Torgersen, Mrs. Homer Downs, Mrs. Ray Bonacker, Mrs. Lee Wolfe, Mrs. Frank D. Fisher, Mrs. Roy Budlong and Mrs. J. F. Fisher. Mrs. George Bonacker and Mrs. Miller Nelson assisted Mrs. Krantz. Mrs, Wolfe Hostes* Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entertained the Thursday bridge club. Mrs. Carl F. Callles made high score and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, low score. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen of Roseberg, Oregon, Mrs. Carl F. Callles, Mr*. Will Boyken, Mrs. J. F. Fisher substituted for Mrs. H. A. French, Mrr Roy Budlong and Mrs. Wolfe. Lakota Home Scene of F. B. Gathering Lakota: The first of a series of open meetings for the Farm Bureau women's project was held at the home of Mrs. O. H. Frerking last Tuesday afternoon and 30 women representing four townships attended. A short program of group slngirigr. a vocal duet, "Sweet and Low", by Mesdames O. H. Frerking and Theodore Wallentine was followed by a talk on the work for this year and a display of material and articles given by the specialist, Nora Workman who will have charge of the work. County Agent Brown talked on organization i«ork and future plans. The Ledyard women served lunch and the tea table was very pretty with a lace cloth, a bowl of orange marigolds for a centerpiece, orange candles, green napkins and green and white candies, tea cakes, assorted cookies, open faced sandwiches, tea and coffee. Mesdames Jerry Heetland and J. H. Holcomb poured for the tea. Fact* Concerning Life of George D. Moulton, Ledyard PARTIES HONOR SWEAOT1ANS The George Pattersons were at the Marvin Baum home in Lakota Friday. .u M « D- B- Maver will entertain the M. E. Aid this week Thursday at her home. Mrs. Jack McDonald attended a county postmastern' meeting held at Burt Thursday evening. There was no church or Sunday School in the M. E. church Sunday as Rev. Nelson was at conference in Fort Dodge. A. Munger, Ruby, North Dakota two sons. Mike and George, came Tuesday night for a visit at the Chas. Bashara home. Mrs. Laura Niester arrived home Thursday from a visit at Yale and Omaha. Her grandson, Clifford Jenks met her at Armstrong. The D. O. Friets, Maynard White and the Albert Friets of Elmore attended the funeral of Mrs. Carl Friets at Sioux Rapids Monday. D. B. Mayer, George Hagge, Warren Lloyd and A. E. Laurltren attended a Conservation League meeting at Spencer Thursday night Miss Marie Moulton and N. R. La Rochelle returned to Pana, 111. Friday, being called here by the death of the former's brother, and the tetter's brother-in-law, George Moulton. The Lloyd Jorgensons are under temporary quarantine for infantile paralysis. Their youngest son Donald, who was a year old in June has lost the use of one arm. He fell and for a time it was thought that was the cause. On Wednesday he was taken to the clinic at Mankato and they said it would be eight or ten days before .-could definitely state what the trouble was and in the meantime precautions are being taken. Boys Business Ben U. Meyer purchased the Standard Oil truck and business of John Putzstuck and took possession Monday morning. Leave for Oregon Mrs. Amos Bonacker and son Danny, left Tuesday by train for Woodburn, Oregon, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Nelson. Mr*. Nelson has not be«n well for some time. Mrs. Bonacker expects to visit for about a month. Past Matrons Honor Mrs. Moats; Birthday and Wedding Anniv. Severt Pannkuk made a Business trip to Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyken made a business trip to Algona Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong left Wednesday for Waterloo to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bradt drove to Waterloo early Thursday morn- Ing to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress. Leonard Callles drove to Kanawha Friday to see his brother, Lester, who Is sick. Lester has a grocery store there. Mr. and Mrs. George Oken and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bergman of Bancroft were Wednesday callers at the B. A. Pannkuk home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of the Wilson cafe are enjoying a new radio purchased from the North Kossuth Radio & Electric Shop. Mrs. L. F. Callles and family enjoyed a visit from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rolfsema of De Moines Tuesday. They returned t Des Moines Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mann an family will move into the Mrs Sonnenberg home, better known at, the Will Boyken home, as soon as the Boykens move into their new home. The Manns have the plac rented until March 1st. Mrs. Frances Budlong returned home Friday from Hampton anc Waterloo, where she had been the past week visiting her daughters Swea City: Mrs. Mary Moats was very pleasantly surprised Monday afternoon when 23 ladies, friends and members of the Past Matron's club of which she is a member, arrived at her home to celebrate the occasion of her 79th birthday. A social afternoon was enjoyed and the time spent piecing blocks for a quilt to be sent to the Eastern Star home at Boone. A two course lunch was served by her daughter, Miss J. Iva Moats. Birthday Party A birthday party honoring Mrs. Anna Swanson, who reached her 72nd milestone that day, was enjoyed Monday afternoon at the home of her son, Rev. and Mrs Raymond Swanson. Fifteen ladles were present and lunch waa serve< by Mrs. R. Swanson. May we listen to a few facts concerning the life of one who has de- pnrted. George Dykeman Moulton was born at Yorkfleld, 111., Sept. 4, 1875. He lived there until he was 17 years old and had graduated from high school. Then his family moved to Bloomlngton. III. Mr. Moulton then entered the University of Illinois and went there for four years. At the age of twenty-one, he came to Iowa to work on land owned by his father. Two years later, he started farm- Ing for himself on the place where he was living when he died. In 1902. he was united In marriage to Rose Countryman. To this union, four children were born. One child, Helen, died during Infancy. The three living children that mourn his death are Frank Moulton of Blue Earth, Alyce Moulton of Ledyard, and John Moulton who is a student at Mornlngslde college. Besides his wife and children, one brother and two sisters mourn his death. They are John Moulton of Park, HI., Marie Moulton of Pana, III., and Julia Laroschelle of Pana, III. It Is interstlns; to note the ancestry of Mr. Moulton for he was a descendant of General Wolf of the Revolutionary War. Aa a youth and younger man, Mr. Moulton was extremely interested In athletics, wild life, fishing and hunting. During the last few years, he was active as a member and at the time of his death as president of the Kossuth County Conservation Board. For the last twenty years. Mr. Moulton has been president of the Ledynrd school board and was a candidate for state representative at his death. Mr. Moulton was actively Interested In many community affairs outside of his own home. He had been ailing for the last few years. Two days before his death, he was ill and on Monday morning, Sept. 25, 1936, he departed from our midst. He leaves a large number of friends to mourn his death. His many friends were won by his good disposition and his genuine good- heartedness. All who knew him will miss him as a friend. n Mr. and Mrs. Home Owner Are There Details About Your House That You Would Like to Change in Some Way? Any house that Is from ten to twenty years old, has features that might be Improved. As the family grows, the rooms need change, both as to size and number. The original arrangement of rooms, particularly door and window locations, also often prove to be unsatisfactory. In other words, any house that was o. k. when built, in time becomes out-of-date and needs changing. Perhaps this is true of your house. You may think you will have to build new to get what you want That may not be necessary. Many an old house has been literally transformed Into a practically new and up-to-date home by a little careful planning and usually at a cost so low that It was decidedly surprising and pleasing to the owners. If your family Is in the least dissatisfied with any of th« details of your house, tell us about It and we are almost certain that we can help you make it over in a way, and at a cost, that will be entirely satisfactory to you* No obligation at all in getting our suggestions and estimates. F. S. Norton & Son Algona , i owa i«a Guests at the Jack Gilles home last Sunday, who came to help Mr. and Mrs. Gilles celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary which was the day following were: her father, J. D. Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davidson of Cylinder; Miss Davidson and R. K. Davidson of Emmetaburg and Mr. and Mrs. M E, Davidson of Algona. Mrs. Annie Clark spent Tuesday and Wednesday of this week at the Lou Markla home In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Altadena, California, came last Saturday to spend several weeks visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender returned last Saturday from a three days' visit with relatives at Ames and Webster City. Buell Johnson with his daughter, Phyllis and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, went to Hartington, Neb., last Sunday for a week's visit with relatives. SEXTON HEWS Herman Wise attended a postmaster's banquet at Burt, Thursday evening. Rex Taylor went to Waterloo on Friday noon to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress. Mrs. George Wermersen of South Dakota Is visiting her brother. Harvey Steven and family north of town. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lowman entertained at a party Wednesday night at their home west of Sexton. There were 25 guests. The even- ng was spent Informally and lunch was served. MILWAUKEE THe Beer of tHe Year BioapccbTlvuntqli tfia UlantCtcU I Phone 170 Algoua Mrs. William Baum, who is seriously ill, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona last week for treatment. ,.„,-.-'•• Wade B* 11 «">d Mrs. R. L. Williams attended a school of in- strumtion for officers of the Auxiliary last week Tuesday. Tony Schafer, Vern Molinder George Johnson and Mrs. J. H Warburton. Lakota, are serving on the petit jury this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shanor, Mason City, spent last week Monday visiting the W. E. Leys. Mrs. Sna- nor is an aunt of Mrs. Ley. Little Lois Peterson fell while playing last week and broke her right arm. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson. Viola, the little daughter of Mr and Mrs. Gus Pottboff was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center Thursday for an operation for at>- pendicitis. She in improving. Thu Presbyterian Missionary society held a silver tea at the maiise Thursday afternoon and an offering of $10 was taken. About 65 women 'Utendad. Mrs. O. H. Frerking had charge of ri«votions. Mrs. Delia Smith entertained tha M. K. Aid society at her horn* on Wednesday. The past year's work wa* reported and plans laid for the coming year. A series o f "gallop teas' Is among the year's festivities. A covered dish luncheon will be served at the next meeting. Edith and Haiel at Hampton, an; Dr. Maye Budlong at Waterloo, al so attending the Dairy Cattle Con gress at Waterloo. Mrs. W. J. Becker and her mother. Mrs. J. Johnson, spent Wednesday, at Wesley as guests of Mrs Jack Haverly. Notice To A. T. Plllenworth: •{.* °™d Ty^f ^ernVV.''',^ the following dejicrlbed real estate 0 ' " UtlJ situated . and State Lou Five (5) and"six"(V) of Block One (1) of Lute A. T. Stacy's Add to Al*on*. Iowa, was sold by iS Treasurer of Kossuth County Iowa i «M X t*, aue Bnd delinquent, to L . V , . ' who '" now the owner nd holder of a Certificate of Purchase of «ald lot.; that the rljcht of redemption will expire and a deed for said land will be made by the Treasurer of K(,«»ulh Hourly Iowa unless redemption therefrom I,J made within Ninety (90) days from he compleud service of i h |» nolle" Hated September 14th. 1938 J. A. WJVKKL Owner and Huldtr of P.Ttlflcatu '«**! of Purchase. Notice I'o R H. Klaule: You are hereby iiullrtt-d Uiat oil he second day of 1 lt-i vnjbt-r 193G he following described n-ul 'estaij Ituated in the County of Koasutli nd State of Iowa, to-wlt: 13) of Block Five (5) of I'mi aT.1 •Smart's Add. to Altfonu. Iowa ivus old by tlie Treasurer of Kosrutti •"inn-. Iowa for la.x.a ,|i u . ami' lin.|u...nt. to I.. A. \Vlnk.-l. iv I „ I* Hebron Twp News Mrs. Oscar Thompson Is enjoying a visit from her sister and family of Louisiana. Mrs. Olaf Fjetland and Melvln spent last week end with her sla- ters in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent Thursday evening at the Oscar Legried home near Bricelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family were entertained for dinner last Sunday at the Joe Olson home at Rake. Mrs. Bertha Bonn underwent an operation last week at the Dolmage hospital In Buffalo Center and is recovering nicely. Oscar Thompson and family and Mrs. Thompson's sister and family of Louisiana and Mr. and Mrs. Halsne of Frost and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson were entertained for dinner last Sunday at the Marvin Thompson home. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. HW.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load loiured against low or damage. Equipped to to all kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tl : Window Glass . .. . now Die own, r ami IVrlifi, ale ,•< I ui, has lhal (he HHiil ,,f r-d.-iiiiJiloii w |li eipln- in.,] a deed f,.r «aid Und nil) be ina<le ty the Tri.-a.sur.-r of K,, H . aillh County lo«a. inih-t.-, rcdeiiip. tlon iheri-froni I,B made within Nh:itv (SO) davs from ihe ,uiiiuk-t- ed servlrt- of thin nutlie Dated September M(h I*»;G L. A. VVINKICI-. Owner and Hol.lrr of Certificate •-»-« of Purchase Let us sell you PRICES ARE VICKY REASONABLE THIS GLASS U HIGH QUALITY (Jlttsu put ill at ••'•Jf-ff/iHliin Prices. Will cull for iwul return storm windows iu*iOe city Umite. LUSBY'S

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