The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1936 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 13, 1936
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The Algona. tipper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 13,1936 North East * Kossuth Page UKOTAMAN,72, BADLY BRUISED Joe Faulkner Suffers A Bruised Side on Monday Cakota: Joe Faulkner, 72 years old, fell In his home last week Sunday afternoon and Is suffering a badly bruised side. Monday afternoon pleurisy set In and Dr. Will- lams found it necessary to uae ad- healve tape on his side to give him relief. He is somewhat improved at this time. Farewell Party Honors Titonkam Tltonka: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wandllng and children were honored by a farewell party at their home last Thursday evening. Those iresent Included Mrs. Fred Adam- ion and daughters, Pauline, Beverly and Ernestine; Mrs. Henry Schroeder and daughter, Rosella, and son, Harvey; Mr. and Mrs. ..em Stockwell, Jerry,' Patricia and Tiscilla; Mr. and Mrs. A. Krom- mlnga, Donna, Russell, Roger and ~'aul. The guests brought refreshments and presented the Wand- Ings with a gift. Cats Head In Fall While practicing basketball on Tbursday morning, Marvin Klocke fall, striking the back of his head on the floor with sufficient force to cut It open and raise a large lump. Dr. Williams dressed it Daughter at Haggea A. daughter, who has been named Janice Rae, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Monday. For Servcie YOUR WINTER COAT Cleaned Pressed Original chape, original texture, original odor . . . you get an of them when the Modern renewm your winter coat for you. CaU today for prompt and fart service, MODERN COIURETE STORBCE die Hagges live five miles' east of Dakota, and this Is their first child, rfrs. Hagge was formerly Sylvia toppen. Twins Born Twins, a boy and a girl, were >orn to Mr. and Mrs. Orts Cushman at the Buffalo Center hospital recently. The Cushmans live six miles south of Lakota. Acorn Clnb Mrs. E. Q. Woodworth entertain- id 20 members of the Acorn Club Thursday afternoon. Final plans were discussed In regard to the district meeting. Mrs. Lena Heet- and read a paper on the Life of Wagner, the composer. Mrs. Delia Smith read a Magazine article, The Associated Press. Mrs. Nannie Jlmpkins was a guest of the club. Mrs. R. L. Williams Is chairman of the sale of banquet tickets at the district meeting In Algona next week. The Otto Koppens had 200 chickens stolen from their poultry house ast week. The Charles Eggerths spent last week Sunday visiting Mr. Eggerth's Barents and other relatives. Confirmation instruction began at the Lutheran church, Saturday with the Rev. A. F. Boese in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau came home last week Tuesday from Missouri, where they were visiting relatives. The Thaves Sisters store concluded a ten-day sale Saturday, Oct. 3 and Mrs. P. C. Geilenfeld won the barrel of groceries given away. At a meeting at Hurt a week ago of the Postmasters' League of Kossuth county, Walter Leslie was elected president of the organization. Mrs. Ella Slattery has closed her cottage at Spirit Lake and is spending the remainder of October visiting her niece, Mrs. C. R. Smith in Lakota. Several women from Lakota attended the county Federation meeting at Algona last week Tuesday and report a good meeting with 1OT women registering. Mrs. Dave Patterson entertained the American Legion Auxiliary last week Monday evening. A work meeting will be held Friday, Oct. 23 at the home of Mrs. George Heetland. BERT OSWALD, , HEBRON, DEAD Ruptured Appendix fatal; Funeral Bites Last Wednesday Hebron: Bert Oswald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Oswald, was taken ill suddenly with appendicitis last Thursday. He was taken to. the Mankato hospital, where he underwent an operation but the appendix hnd all ready ruptured. He lived until Saturday morning when he passed away. Funeral services were held last Wednesday at the Shlloh church. He leaves to mourn his departure his parents, four brothers and two sisters and a host of friends and other relatives. He was laid to rest in the cemetery west of of Elm ore. Ray Elchorn has purchased the Andrew Loge farm now occupied by Lloyd Loge. Miss Marjorie Larson of Chicago attended the funeral of Bert Oswald last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family spent last Sunday with Mrs. C. Legrled and family. Mrs. Bill Boehm has been confined to her bed for a few days but is better at this writing. Norman Thompson and Oscar Frandle completed their measuring for soil conservation last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Matheson and family attended a birthday party on Mrs. Egar Matheson last Sunday. Carl Anderson and family attended a silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson last Wednesday night at Rake. Mrs. George Titonka Study Club Se»*rori Last Week Titonka:' The Study club met at the Dr. Pierre Sartor home with Mrs. 3. A. Bleich hostess. Mrs. Frances Budlong gave a book review of "Family Life Today" by Margaret E. Rich. Plans were completed for the part the Titonka club Is to have In the entertaining of the Eighth district club meet- Ing, Wednesday, Oct. 14th. Lunch was served during the social hour and Mrs. Faul was "presented with a gift from the club by Mrs. Ball, the club president- Children Honored The Faul children were honored at several social affairs last week before leaving for their new home at Farnhamville. Wednesday evening at the Nelson woods Twylah Hamstreet had a steak fry, on Thursday Faith and Hope's class gave a weiner roast at the Ed Zwlefel home. On Tuesday evening Louis Oesterrelcher entertained Jean and Duane at a weiner roast in the Dr. Sartor yard. Titonka Mayor Refuses A Beer Lee O. Wolfe, mayor of Titonka, and editor of the Titonka Topic, dropped into our fair city, last Frl- tiny, and among other things, stopped in at the Upper Des Moines Into the office after coming from across the street but denied that he h«d been near the liquor store or a tap room. Lee says he hasn't had a drink of even beer since last May when he went fishing, and doesn't believe he'll have another urttil next fishing trip, a newspaper that is but lie office. He came Lee prints designated as republican, says he's hook, line and sinker for Roosevelt. Glad to have you in, Lee O., and come back oftener. Hauskln and Mrs. Ed Erdahl spent last Friday afternoon at the Carl Anderson and Joe Sand urn homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher and son and Glen Halverson of Crystal Lake attended the funeral of Bert Oswald last Wednesday. Mrs. Gust Nelson Is helping with the housework at the Sohn home. Mrs. Sohn returned home last Thursday from the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs. Howard A. French made a trip to Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday for a metabolism test Mrs. French returned Wednesday evening. Ben U. Meyer held a public sale at his farm, four miles north and one-fourth mile east of town Friday. The Meyers have rented rooms in the Badje house. Lester Callies spent Monday and Tuesday at the Park hospital clinic in Mason City for examination for his ailment He returned Wednesday morning to his store in Kanawha. On Wednesday evening , at the high school auditorium the Parkinson National Music ensemble appeared. This consisted of young people who had won first place in the national high school music contest. As this event was not well advertised the crowd was small. Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul and children. Faith, Hope, Duane and Jean, left by auto Friday morning for their new home, Farnhamville. Rev. Faul was pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church here and at Doan for the past four years. Rev. W. L. Patterson of Cowrie received the Titonka and Doan appointment. Farmer Moves To Town At Titonka Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. George Eden moved to town Tuesday Into their home purchased a year or so ago from Mr. and Mrs. Pouellson. The place is better known as the Dr. R. M. Wallacet'home, the doctor having built the house. The Edens have been farmers for a number of years near Titonka. The farm work will be continued by the older boys and girls who stayed on the farm. League Play At Titonka Last Week Titonka: Monday and Tuesday nights 12 members of the Luther League gave a three act play "An Old Fashioned Mother." The play was very well given and enjoyed by an appreciative audience. A Oliver offering was taken. A lunch of coffee and sandwiches was served to those present. LEDYAfeD NEWS employed at the Geo. Kohl home, was a guest of her sister Sunday at the Kohl home. Mrs. CKir W'nkie, Jr., and her cousin. Miss Cora Hanson of north of Sexton, who has been a guest at the Winkle home, left Thursday to visit relatives it HumboM^ Fort Dodge and Lau-i'Ps. It seems odd to see a threshing machine In operation at this time of the year as shock threshing has been In vogue for several ycnrs. Chester Bailey, who stacked his grain this summer, threshed It on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Emmet Dickinson of Fort Dodge was a guest last week at the Lawrence Gisch home. They were neighbors for ten years, but had not seen each other for over 15 years. She remained from Sunday until Wednesday when she left for Garner to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode were guests at the Ralph Morgan home In Cresco township Thursday even- Ing at a party given in honor of Mrs. Kenneth Dcaklns and son of Glasgow, Montana. The Deakins were former stewards of the county farm here. The guests included several of their former neighbors. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Vipond, sons, Thomas and James, Mrs. Fred Zeigler and daughter, Merrlam. Cards were played with t.ouis Garman winning the high score, Mrs. Zeigler the low and Mrs. Deakins received a guest prize. Mr. and Mrs. Deakins have been located In Montana the past few years, moving there from Hanaford, South Dakota. Their daughter, Agatha, was married this past March and also resides in Glasgow. Fremont, the youngest son, also has employment there. Mrs. Deakins has been a guest of Mrs. Fred Zeigler in Algona and her son has been a guest of his former chums, the Vipond twins. Jean Looft spent Wednesday night with her friend, Donna Jean Bolllg. SPECIAL! ,'050 ROTARY CLOCK AND WORLD GLOBE BETTER PRICES FOR YOUR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A good-sized concrete stor- •ge cellar is a real money maker for those who raise or handle fruit* and vegetables for the market. The cost of a concrete cellar !• surprisingly tow; and it is permanent—needs no upkeep. Ventilation and temperature control are simple. Well gladly send you free plans and information you need to build concrete cel- lan and many other farm buildings. You can do the work your»elf. Or ask your cement dealer to put you in touch with a good concrete contractor. PMU ••<*«* w <»i"*- 1 •»* "• u farfrw tttt»tuf «• Nwl U> M A »JM«MU ckek . 1<Ot KM • fcr MM W • >m«H«Uy- *» MOO plM. MM* IMIM, nfl- r^m. «•. Ownd** «4 «• MM! sift to •»«•»« A hi-irifnl •Utitmt* mj i. *•)»•*. CM* te od «• k FUd *u Titonka Family Moves To Home Near Ozark Mts. Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wandllng and children left Tuesday for their new home in Buffalo Missouri, about 7 mile* from the Ocarks and 125 miles southeast of Kansa* City. By leaving Titonka at midnight they would arrive at their destination before dark Wednesday night. Ray Oesterrelcher trucked their household goods to Buffalo where they had purchased 69 acres. Frank D. Fisher made a business trip to Fort Dodge Tuesday. A large delegation of the Woman's study club attended the county meeting at Algona with the rural clubs as hostesses. The Titonka bowlers, Ernest Peterson, Frank Fisher, John F. Fisher and Larmel Intermill, went to Algona Monday night. Mrs. L. G. Gartner, who has been seriously ill, Is improving. Their daughter, Mildred, came from Chicago to assist In her care. Mrs. Mark Bacon and Mrs. Will Schram were hostesses at the M. E. Ladies' Aid meeting Wednesday afternoon. The Aid presented Mrs. Faul with a gift. The annual chicken dinner given at the Immanuel Lutheran church northeast of town, Rev. Killian, pastor, was well patronized by the people from town. The dinner was given Thursday evening from 5:30 until all were served. The Tuesday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Miller Nelson last week. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast won first prize, Mrs. Carl F. Callies second prize and Miss Julia Nelson consolation prize. Mrs. Frank D. Fisher and Miss Julia Nelson substituted for Mrs. George Bonacker and Mrs. L. B. Larson. Mrs. Frank Fisher was voted to fill the vacancy of Mrs. L. B. Lar- Obituary Of Henry Klenk Titonka: Henry J. Klenk, retired farmer of Titonka, who passed away Oct. 2, was born Febuary 10, 1867, at Homestead, Iowa. He came to Kossuth In the spring of 1892 and In 1899 was'married to Bertha Massman, in Wisconsin Mrs. Klenk passed away about 12 years ago. One son survives, Vernon, Oakland. California. A daughter, Vera Klenk Schutjer, passed away about 7 years ago. Funeral services were held on Oct. 5, with interment in the Buffalo cemetery. LAKOTA NEWS Mrs. P. L. Koppen, Jr., son Irvln and daughter, Dorothy, drove to Mason City Thursday, where Dorothy consulted a specialist in regard to an ear ailment. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson came home Tuesday from Klemmo where they made a short visit with the Rev. Nelson's parents on their way home from conference. J. A. Burger celebrated his birthday last Sunday with a family dinner at his home and all the children and grandchildren were present to help Kim enjoy the event. Ben Farrow and Chris Aamusson are building a new house on the Fred Christ farm west of town. This completes an entire set of new buildings on the farm. Carl Meyer will occupy the farm the corn- Son to Skaars Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar Monday, a son. Mrs. Skaar is in the hospital at Blue Earth. This s their first child. She was formerly Wylma Payne. Herbert Zlelskte was in Algona Monday on business. Miss Slems, 3rd and 4th grade teacher, spent the week end at her home In Whittemore. Mrs. Clifton Engelby accompanied her sister, Mrs. Otto Richter of Elmore to Blue Earth Friday. L. A. Nitz and Lorenz went to Minneapolis Thursday. Mrs. Nitz accompanied them as far as Man kato. Beet hauling started In full fore Thursday morning. Due to drout the beets are not quite as large as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jenson and daughter, returned Monday night from Jewell where they had visited his mother. Kenneth Thompson and Jack Moulfon, both attending Morningside College at Sioux City, spent the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn were at Blue Earth Thursday and Mrs. Flynn culled on Mrs. Lars Skaar, who Is In the hospital there. Mrs. Frank Moulton and Blue Earth and Mrs. George Moulton, who is visiting there, called on friends here Friday afternoon. Friends and church members here Were glad, to hear of the reappointment of the Rev. Harvey Nelson to this charge and Lakota. L. W. Wiemer. V. A. Barrett, Alvln Synder and Fred Anderson, the latter two of Radcllffe, left on Saturday morning for Lake Koronis fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nelenfeldt of Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Will Neuenfeldt of Cottage and family and Will Thorns of Ceylon, Minn., were wvvvwwwwwwwy Window Glass Let us sell you glass. PRICES ABE VERY REASONABLE THE GLASS IS HIGH QUALITY Glass put In at reasonable prices. Will call for and return storm windows Inside i city limlto. LUSBY'S 38-45 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Lusby s RW.POSTI RUPT URE H. L. HoOinan, Expert, former •issoclate of C. F. Bfdllch. Mlmiep- alis, Minn-, will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" in Algona, Friday, October 23 at the Algona Hotel. From 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Your physician wUl tell you about this serious condition. Any rupture allowed to protrude is danger- My "Retention Shield*" will hold your rupture under any condition of exercise and work. They are sanitary waterproof and practical' ty indestructible. Do not wear trusses that will enlarge the opening and don't neglwst the children. Many satisfied f4t- enU io tbl* community. No (Mil order. Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load tn&ured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 32-tl ing year. Henry Roba sold his house, now occupied by the Earl Grabaus to the William Schadendorfs, who will retire from their farm «.ix miles west of town and move to Lakotu about November 1st. Their son will operate the farm next year. The Lakota sugar beet dump began operations Thursday with Vern Molinder as weigher and Will Meyers, Ray Meyers and John Spear managing the dump, the loading, etc. The beets in this vicinity are only a fair crop, but better than expected. John Meyer, west of town, held a larm sale Thursday afternoon and things brought a good price. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer will move to their house in Lakota March 1st, and their son, George will operate the farm. Mr. Meyer's health has not been of the best the past year. .Mr. and Mrs. Jume* Elbert and daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. filbert's sister, Lorraine Palmer, visited at the honve of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Palmer and their new son, Stephen, at Spencer last week Sunday. Mr. Palmer is a brother of Mrs. Elbert and Lorraine. COMING Concertina Troupe from Germany guests at the H. D. Maynes Thursday. Mrs. N. A. Pingle and Mrs. Blanche Jenks left Saturday morning for Des Moines. The former to visit her sister, Mrs. Andersen, and the latter her daughter, Mrs. Frank Redinger. Mm. Arthur Zielskie and daughter and her aister, Alyce Hagge, went to Buffalo Center Saturday to ;et acquainted with a new niece >orn to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge Monday at the hospital. Mrs. D. B. Mayer was hostess to the M. E. Aid at her home on Thursday afternoon. New plans or raising money were introducec and a committee to plan fancy work for the annual bazaar was appointed. A large crowd was present. The "Home Room Project" peo pie gave an interesting progran Friday afternoon. Edward Eggerth told an original story. Paul Garry and Howard Klinksiek each gave un autobiography. A song wu sung by Murjorie Mayer and Mar jorie GabeL Conversation (Cor rect Way of Applying for a Job was given by Edna Dontje and Na dine Hans. Correct Methods of In trouuction (demonstration); song by Donald Looft and Howan Klinksiek; play, by Jean Gabe Maxine Berhaw, Paul Garry, Ver non, Dorsey and Kenneth. Hasse brock; song, Paul Gary and Ver non Dorsey. Whittemore Hall, Sunday, Oct. 18 Vaudeville-MujK*! Program from 8:19 to 9:80 trfrfi™^^ UNION NEWS Mrs. Geo. Kohl bus been nursin a badly smashed toe, the result o letting an ice cream freezer full o it. Mrs. Mary Ketfc spent las: wee with frr SOD. Lt-u and UuuKkter, Mrs. Gartner Ewen of Wmnsbatfu. Ulan. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigb: of Wmttemore, former neighbors, were uest* last Wednesday evening at Gbo. KobJ borne. High Base- Hard Hitting Dupont or Hercules Smokeless Powder Chilled Shot Administrator's Sale The A. E. Pasley estate real property located at Sexton, Iowa, and described as follows: 1. Ixit three (3) in block three (3) Sexton, Iowa, composed of a 6-rooni house and garage. Abstract furnished. 2. Lot twelve (12) in block one (1), Sexton. Iowa. A vacant lot in town of Sexton. No abstract furnished. 3. The east 141! feet of lots one (1) and two (2) in block one (1), Sexton, Iowa, subject to existing lease on oil station. No abstract furnished. 4. The south 2 rods of the north 8 rods of outlot one (1) in the town of Sexton, Iowa. A vacant half lot in town. No abstract furnished. Will be offered for cash at public sale to the highest bidder on the— 14th Day of October •At 2 OTlock P.M. at the east door of the Court House in Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSON Administrator Two Ways to Test Coal What it costs you and how it heats your home. Cheap coal that doesn't throw heat is no saving. People who have tested Botsfprd's Peerless Chemacol better coal over a period of years find it the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25(5 Jim Pool Taylor Made Ice Cream FOFL Taylor Made Ice ('ream i.< »-ooil ice cream. It i.s made from pure cane .sugar and rich pure cream direct from the farm. Always lie Mire, that it's Taylor Made and you'll have the best. GAMBLE'S Individual Turkey Molds each Individual Pumpkin Molds 5c, Brick with Designed Centers 55c SPECIAL MOLDS FOB ALL OCCASIONS Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory At Our DeuUrb or Phone 270 UUU&DJC pflrtncr DM IDont fld^-Ku QuickC Way

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