The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 24,1936 North * East * Kossuth Page LUVERNE COUNTY CLUB LEADER WAS GUESTATLAKOTA Acorn Club Hears Mrs. Ray Stone; 25 Were Present Lakota: Mrs. Gertrude Schissel and Emma fhaves entertained the Acorn club at the home of Mrs. Schlssel. Thursday afternoon, With 25 members present. Mrs. Ray Stone of LuVerne, county chairman of the Federated clubs, was a guest of the club. Mrs. Smith of LuVerne and Mrs. Nannie Simpkins of Glenburn, North Dakota, were also guests. Mrs. Alcienne Fedge played the piano during the assembling of the guests and also' as the opening number on the program. Mrs. Alice Murray, club president, announced the program. Mrs. Harriet Warburton, in capacity of a past county chairman, introduced Mrs. Stone, who responded with a few remarks. Mr«, Delia Smith, also a past county Chairman, gave a short talk. Mrs. Margaret Warbtlrton read a paper on Character Building In the Home. Mrs. Manchlle Grabau read a paper" on Modern Ideas of Discipline and Mrs. Ethel Smith one on Religious Education. A trio of club members Mesdames Edna Turley, Luclle Ley and Alcienne Fedge with Miss Templeton at the piano sang and Mrs. Fedge played during the serving of tea which followed. The tea table was beautiful with the silver service and a center piece of chrysanthemums. Mes- Hnmes Alice Murray and Vera Williams poured. During the program hour, Mrs. Stone explained two club projects to be taken up by the clubs of the county for this year, Community Service and Family Finance, which are to be used as an essay contest for high school students on the subject of What Can Life Insurance Do for Me? . Peter Koppen Better Peter Koppen, Sr., who has been critically ill with gallstone trouble Is reported recovering. His daughters, Mrs. George Breen and Mrs. George Higgins of Tltonka were here last week helping care for him. Partnership Dissolved Edgar Inlay and E. R. Williams who have published the Lakota Record for the past year or more, have dissolved partnership and Mr. Inlay with the help of Mrs. Inlay have taken over the ownership of the paper and will continue to publish it Mr. and Mrs. Williams are moving to Goldfleld and will have charge of the Goldfleld Gazette, Mrs. William Aalderks And the George Enncns are spending two weeks visiting relatives in Chicago. The A. C. Klockea drove to Wells, Minn., and spent one day last week visiting the August Christ family. Emma Gutknecht, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Frank Lewis, Fern Lewis and Norma Heetland attended the 4-H club banquet at Algona Mrs. Emma Wortman Dies At Swea City Lakota: Word was received here Friday morning of the death of Mrs. Emma Wortman at 5 o'clock that morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wilfred Carlson at Swea City. Mrs. Wortman has made her home there since the death of her husband, Charles Wortman, 12 years ago last spring. Mrs. Wortman has been 111 since last spring with heart trouble and complications. Beside her husband one daughter, Helen and a son, Fred preceded her In death, and she leaves one daughter, Mrs. Opal Carlson and one granddaughter, Jane Carlson. As the wife of one of this vicinity's pioneer merchants, Mrs. Wortman was active in the early life of the community and did her share in the building of the community. £he was a member of the local Presbyterian church and funeral services were held here Sunday afternoon with the Rev. Gerald Ukena preaching the sermon. She was buried in Maple Hill cemetery. is Average Starting Time of TAILOR-MADE SHELLY AROMAX "READY-MADE" (refinery) gasoline J» prettj much alike. Weather Isn't. It change* in each community. So Skelly "tailors'* Virgin gasoline into refinery gasoline to give the same last start everywhere. Cet a faster start in the g, Seefor yourself: Gn&f SKEUY AROMAX GASOLINE exxic FOR EACH COMMUNITY Lakota Young Men In Auto Accident Lnkota: Dwight Smith, eon of Roland Smith, Sr., and Maynard White of Gerled, were Injured in a car accident, south of Bancroft last week when their car went Into the ditch. A passerby took the boys to the Bancroft hospital and Dwight was later taken to the Buffalo Center hospital where It was found he had a broken collar bone and back Injury. He was taken home Tuesday. Maynard was less seriously injured and went home from the Bancroft hospital Monday. He suffered cuts and bruises. The car was badly damaged. Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer entertained at a family dinner last Sunday. Among those present were: the Earl Madestkes of Blue Earth, Minn., the Bill Letchers, Titonka, the Bob DeFries family and Fred Weinberger of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer Of Lakota. Millionaire Ship - Owners' Four Marriage Wrecks. An UnuNUiil Scries of Matrimonial Upsets. Read About Them In The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. FARM LOANS 5 to 21 Tears No Commission to Pay Liberal Options Edw. Capesius Algona, Iowa Office New Heise Bldg. Phone 390 39-tf AUCTION SALE Two miles east on Highway 18, from Algona. Monday, Nov. 30 12:30 P. M. 35 Head of Cattle 12 extra good milch cows 8 yearling steers, on feed 1 Hereford full-blood bull, 3 yrs. old % yearling heifers, extra good 7 calves and 1 veal calf 18 Head of Hogs 8 brood sows and 10 head of feeding pigs, wt. 150 pounds. 1C Horses 1 gray mare, with foal, 10 yrs. old, 1 brown mare, 7 yrs. old, in foal, A. 4 FSVA 11 *«-«, 1 Af\f\ lit*. wt. 1500 Ibs. 1 gray gelding 10 yrs. old, 1500 Ibs 1 bay mare, 7 years old, with foal, wt. 1500 Ibs. wt 1400 Ibs. 1 gelding, 3 yrs. old, 1600 Ibs. Two 2 year olds 1 yearling 2 good suckling colts FARM MACHINERY. ETC. 1 general purpmte John Deere tractor, standard tread with power takeoff. One S-row Gen. purpose true- tor com planter with 160 rd. wire. One S-row Gen. purpose John Deere tractor cultivator One John Deere No. 10 tractor corn picker with power take off attachment*. 1 John Deere tractor disc t tingle row John Deere cultivator* 1 John Deere endgate seeder, new 1 John Deere manure spreader 1 2tt b. p. John D«ere gas engine t McCormick-Deering 8 ft binder 1 Dane mower S ft I two-row me cultivator, like new 1 IHC corn planter one 10 ft spring tooth barrow 1 hay rake One 8-sec. drag One 6-sec. drag Two 8-ft discs 1 drag cart One 2-bottont 14 In. Oliver tractor plow 1 walking plow 4 lumber wagon* 1 bob Ued 1 bay rack 1 ditch filler 1 feed grinder 1 hay feed bunk 2 corn feed bunk* 1 hog feeder 5 individual hog house* 1 truck box 1 Chevrolet truck, 1929 8 bu. good meed corn 1 hand corn shelter 1 big iron kettle SO ton* hay in barn S hay sling* J buz* saw S set harneks S water tank* 1 grindstone Tools, spade*, fork*, shovel*, etc. 1 Viking D cream separator 1 sausage grinder, large slxe 1 lard pres* 8 incubators, one 260 egg and two 100 egg. Chicken coop* One 15-gal Jar One 10-gal Jar 1 platform scale* ti kitchen ehair* S leather Heated dining room chair* oak 4^ n ^ n g table kerosene stove rocker* ruit Jan, crock*, etc. scrub pail and pat wringer kraut knife bread mixer S hen turkeys and 1 gobbler Ducks and 1 pair geese 100 Buff Rock hen* TERMS—Casn or see your banker, no property removed until settled for. PERRY PHILLIPS Auctioneer, Lou Matern Security State Bank, Clerk. Ledyard Rural Carrier Attends County Meeting Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended the Kossuth county rural carriers and auxiliary meeting Tuesday evening at the Ray Stone home In LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty (postmaster and his wife) of LuVerne and his assistant, Lottie Mason were guests. After the business meeting, bridge and monopoly were played and prizes were awarded to J. L. Lichty of LuVerne, Mrs. H. S. Montgomery of Algona and Fred Genrich of Lone Rock. A delicious colorful lunch was served and the guests departed at a late hour. The next meeting will be In the form of a Christmas party at the Fred Genrich home in Lone Rock and the postmasters of the county will be guests. Loses Two Colt* Cecil Pingle had the misfortune to lose two nearly two year old colts and one horse due to corn stalk poisoning. Two of them died on Sunday and the other Tuesday. This is a big loss to anyone as the colta would have been broken for use this coming year. LONE ROCK NEWS George Hagge and L. W. Wiemer were at Algona Wednesday. The Edward Hagges of Buffalo Center were at the Arthur Zielske's on Wednesday. ' Mrs. W. E. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer called on Mrs. Albert Looft at the Kossuth hospital Wednesday evening. Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Ace Warner, M". George Thompson and Mrs. H. M. Dyer were Algona shoppers Wednesday. The George Thompsons were supper guests of Jennie and Lotcie Mason at LuVerne Wednesday evening. They also called at the Peter Thompson home. Mrs. Roy Mino of Grant entertained some little folks and their mothers in honor of her three year old daughter, Jean. Mrs. Jack McDonald and Jimmie attended. The special meeting at the M. E. church closed Wednesday evening. The meetings were well attended. The Rev. Nelson gave some splendid sermons and the special music was enjoyed by all. Doris and fAary Ellen McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne, and Evelyn Mayne attended a box social near Swea City Tuesday night. Alice Mayne is the teacher. Doris McDonald won a box of apples as door prize. The first card party was held on Monday evening in the Sacred Heart church basement. Mr. Knut son of Lakota won the door prize; Arthur Schissel of Lakota, high in bridge and Mrs. Wm. Garry of Ledyard, low. High in .five hundred was won by Mrs. Wesselman. Kenneth Thompson, who 1* a jun- , lor at Morningslda College, left on l Monday on a business trip for the ' Cappella choir of that place. His work is to make Interviews at the different colleges and churches for appointments of the choir when on their annual tour. He plans to be gone three or four weeks and will go as far south as Dallas, Texas. Junior Declam Work Begins At Lakota Lakotn: Clara Chipman, teacher of the seventh and eighth grades, has begun work In coaching for the junior declamatory contest. Those entering In the preliminary contest are as follows: oratorical, George Weringa, Bobby Powers, Harold Johnson and Halvor Jacobson; dramatic, Betty Edwards. Margaret Boese, Shirley Hanson and Gladys Sheldon; humorous, Elevene Rippentrop, Tena Abbas, Bobby Beemer, Bessie Garrctt, Ralph Geerdes, Wallis Peterson, and Elaine Rahmstock. P. T. A. Meeting NOT. SO The next parent teachers' meet- Ing will be held Monday evening, Nov. 30, at the high school auditorium. Part of the program will consist of a play, "Beans on a String," presented by the faculty members. Wm. Poole spent from Saturday until Monday in Des Moines. Harold Krueger was in charge of the Poole produce station during Mr. Poole's absence. Mrs. ' Alex Krueger, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. son Fritz and Mrs. Fred Genrich were guests at the Irvlngton Ladies Aid society meeting Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gcnrich and daughter Lucille and son Bernard spent Sunday at Ames, visiting with their son, Maynard, who is student at Iowa State College. Mcrvyn Christenson took a lond of cattle to Des Moines. Thursday. The cattle are to be exhibited at n cattle show there and then be sold. Mr. Christenson plans to return on Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Schmidt is spending the week at the Martin Meyer home, Algona. Mrs. Schmidt is caring for Mrs. Meyer and new son, Wayne Frederick, born last week. Mrs. Meyer is the former Malindn Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stahlbach of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday and Monday visiting nt the Walter Faulstich home. They also attended the funeral of Mrs. John Wegner nt Fnirville. Mrs. Wegner was an mint of Mrs. Stahlbach and Mr. Faulstich. The Hilmcr Hansons entertained the following guests early last week: T. A. Thompson and Mrs. John Thompson of Frost, Minn.. and Arnold Thompson of Fairmont, H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do *U Kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY Thanksgiving DANCE November 26 V. F. W. Hall Over Lusby's A<lm'«s-,ion 50c and lOc including tax We Dare You To Try It Because It's Different Qam $C ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA ,?. I* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. ql'ARTON H. \V. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA. IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS-G. W. 8TILLMAN LAWYERS Office* in new Heine Building Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Hebron Twp News Mr. and Mrs. John Badje spent last Friday at Tltonka. Esther Halverson is working at present at the Otis Midthune home. Eppo, Jennie and Rena Johnson spent Sunday at the John Badje home. Mrs. Beatrice Osland spent last Monday evening at the Sam Matheson home. Berdean and Thelma Frandle spent Sunday afternoon with tne Badje girls. Mrs Adrian Hauskln and sons spent last Tuesday at the Hervie Thompson home. Mrs. C. O. Wgned and sons spent Sunday afternoon at the Ob- cur Frandle home. Oscar Frandle and Burnhild Legried shredded corn for the Sohn Bros, last Monday. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and sons | spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Frandl. Mrs. Elmer Quam and Orlo spent last Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Hagedorn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and Jerome attended a silver wedding at Albert Lea last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sandum and children and Mrs. Carl Hauskin were Blue Earth shoppers last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthune and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at Odin Engum home near Frost, Minn. Quite a number attended a farewell party on Mrs. T. H. Benson last Monday, who is moving to Minneapolis Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boettcber and sons and Esther, Arlet and Glen Halverson spent Sunday after noon at the Selmer Matheson horn*. ' A basket social and program was given in the school qf district No 6 last Friday night. A good crowd turned out and the program was much enjoyed. Land has begun to sell in Hebron township. Roy Eichorn bought the old Andrew Loge farm and Sara Winters purchased the Ben Hauskin farm lust week. Mrs. Louis Stencil was rushed to the Buffalo Center hospital recently for an operation for appendicitis. Little Ronald is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Loss. Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Mrs. Joe Olson, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Quam, Mrs. Jack Larson, Mrs Mente Asnaus, and Mrs. Fred Havener uUciidfd u county Auxiliary mvfling at Lake Mills last Wed- .V / GREATER VALUES—EASY TEEMS BJUSTROM'S Algona Swea City You'll |et • new idea of what I'M cream really ought to be like. You'll love it—thil amoother, richer, 6ner tasting ice cream. We uie only the fineit, higheit quality ingredient! to make our own ice cream in our spot- etily clean Counter Freezer freah daily. Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHU.MWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone 186 ALGONA, IOWA T*ke your choice of mloy fltvori, •U of them fit lor • Kind—*nd hit Queen. Ice creimi, Sherbeti, Icei. In pintt and quarts to tike home and bit, generous lize cone* tnd inndiei and todti that tre the talk of the town. HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dcc'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'MAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA Come in end witch u« make our own ice cretm. II you like ice cream you'll not b« able to reiiit trying ours —and taking lome home to your family. That, of courie, it what we want you to do. CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postoftlce Phone 68 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 320 ALGONA, IOWA E. W. Lusby, Drugs TAKE HOME OUR FRESH FROZEN ICE CREAM TODAY Farm Sale On account of my health I am leaving the farm and will sell the following at auction 6 miles north and 3 1 /:; miles west of Algona, one mile east and 4 miles south of Lone Rock, on Friday, Nov. 27 Sale to Begin at 1 O'clock P. M. Good Hope Ladies' Aid Will Serve Lunch HEAD OF HORSES 9 15ay gelding ti yrs. old, wt. 1350; ble.ck mare 15 years old. wt. 1500; black gelding 16 yrs. old, wt. 1500; gray mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1650; black mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1400; gray mare 11 yrs. old, 1550; gray mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1450; 2 black colts, 1 year old. 12 Yearling Holstein Heifers These heifers are all from high producing cows, and are blood tested. The cows will be left on the farm. •200 LEGHORN' PULLETS 105 Head of Hogs 105 GOOD-BYE FOREVER—to winter starting troubles with a Tiger Super-Active Battery. More plates, more Blurting power. For Ford V-8, Terraplune, 45-plate reverse assembly, $CS)5— 57-plate, $6.i5 excn. i>ritt£.—Gambit Stores. 47 24 Hampshire brood sows; 20 Hampshire barrows; 24 Poland China brood sows; 37 Poland China barrows; cholera immune. Farm Machinery, Etc. 10-ft. disc; 8-ft. disc; 10-ft. spring tooth harrow; steel drag. 20-ft.: steel drag, 10-ft.; feed mill, 8-in.; hand shelter; seed corn grader; fanning mill; 30- gal. kettle; 3 wagons; 2 hay racks; 4 sliigs; S sheep feed buuks; S sheep mangers; 5 steel barrels; forks; shovels; spades; l',--h. p. gas engine; forge; anvil; vice; drill; taps and dies; and num-rous small tools; 4 sets harness; 3 sets leather nets; bob sled; electric brooder; 4 stoves; 2 beds; and other household articles. Also Mc-D. cor.n picker; Deering binder; Titan tractor; 3-bottom Gran- ditour plow; Emerson 12-in. gang plow; 14-in. walking plow; Mc-D. two-row corn plow; Deere single-row corn plow, new; Emerson hay loader; Daine side delivery rake; Emersou hay rake; Mc-D. mower; McvD. corn planter, 160 rods of wire; eudgate seeder. [£4 HEHTUili V 1 ' TERMS—Cash or see your banker. W. JL Bourne ? t'OLWELL BUDS- Auets. IOWA STATE BANK, ALtiOHiA, t'ltrk. E [ ? ? > p •u £• EB t I mt B « i E I I ^B C. H. CRETZMEYEB, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldgf. Phone 444-7)10 AIELVIN O. BOUBNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 107 Res. 194 DR. C. C. SHIERK Chiropodist—Podiatrist FOOT SPECIALIST Over Chrlstenscn's Store Phone 290 Algona OSTEOPATHS DR. 8. \V. MEYER . ,, \ Osteopnthic Physician v General Practice : -,' Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocaine used for extraction Located over Christensen store Phone, BuNiness 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. VVAI.RATH, D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Poatofflce Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 47S-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 sheets) which soil for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines I«quJr« at A. U. D. M. oSice.
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