The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1937
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The Algona tapper Des Moiaeg, Kossuth North 8 CHILDREN OF PIONEER LIVING Had Famed Since 1903 Place Hebron Brothers To New Farm* The been farming falo Center In Hebron for the part 17 *«^ J™* "*? h move tt B new place, MJ*«« Jr. O. «. win farm 160 new*, and BL O. will move to hi* MOW*" place, another 1«0 acre fawn. They wffl still he in the aame township and neighbors. Ledyard; It IB With d««p regret that we write at this time the obituary of Fred Logemanri, just 13 day* after the passing of his esteemed helpmate, Mrs. Emma Logemann. Mr. Logemann was a son of Henry and Anna Logemann and was born at Oldenburg, Germany, on Oct. 28,, 1869. Having Christian parents, he received the sacrament of holy baptism as a child and after completing a course of religious instruction he became a member Of the Lutheran church at Oldenburg. There he also attended the public schools In his boyhood days. At the age of 16 In the year 1888 he came to America and found a new home at Salem In Jones county, Iowa. Later he made his home at Amber, where he followed the blacksmith trade for a number of years. In time however, hi* health began to fall and he decided to follow the occupation of fanning On March 12, 1896, he was unit ed In marriage to Miss Emma En- MANY RELATIVES AT FUNERAL OF uuHWcrnzEN H. L. Kienitz Bites At the Presbyterian Church _^_^__ Last Week For 40 years, Mr. and Mrs. Logemann lived a devoted married life. Mr Logemann was always a lov- t^kota: The following out of ng husband, a kind father and a town relatives attended the funeral good friend and neighbor. Our- of H> L . Kienitz at the P^yier- ng the long Illness of Mrs. Logo- lan church last week Monday: four mfnn he devoted much of his time brothers , «. A. M^" «* B ^«£ Montana, J. A. of Columbus, Mon tana, F. W. of Muscoda, Wls., Edward of Avoca and two sisters, Mrs. David McKee of BHllngs, Montana, and Mrs. Albert Woodard, Oskaloosa, Iowa, and other relatives as follows: Renne and gelbarta in Jones union was blessed county. This with eleven children of which one died In Infancy and their two sons, Henry and Lorence preceded their parents In death in 1929 and 1935 respectively. The children who survive their devout parents are: Anna, Engelbart, Mabel (Mrs. Selmar Sande IlBUlll «1^ vswwwww — — to her- care and was broken hearted when he could no longer perform this service. His Illness was due to bronchitis which finally aff«*«» hl » l ™**i During this short Illness he at times showed Improvement but 'this was soon followedby more serious complications. During IMS Illness he was very despondent and it became quite apparent that he cared very HtUe to continue his Journey any longer since his faithful companion had been taken from his side. Mr. Logemann died at 8 o'clock Thursday morning, Dec. 29, at the age of 67. , Among those who mourn his departure are his eight children, seven grandchildren, two brothers, Barney and Henry Logemann of Manly, one sister, Mrs. Kathryn Boling, in Germany, and many relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Friday with the Rev. A.JV. Depplng n charge and he was laid to rest n the Highland Home cemetery. Out of town people who attended the funeral were: Barney Loge- Hebron Infant of 15 Months Passes From Pneumonia Hebron: Harold, the 15 months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith, was taken 111 with pneumonia Christmas day and passed away Sunday morning, Dec. 27 Funeral services were held at the Buffalo Center Reformed church last Tuesday. Pall bearers were Donald and Loren Hanson, Ernest Thompson and Jerome Halverson. One brother preceded her In death. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje attended the Christmas program at Titonka. Ed Miller left last Tuesday morning to see his sister, who is very 111. Mrs. C. O. Legrled and sons spent Monday evening at the Oscar Frandle home. Mrs. Rufus Thompson has been caring for her sister, Mrs Oscar Lakota Child Is Fatally Injured During Holidays Marlene Jante, 254 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur JTante of t*Uota, was killed in St. Paul, Monday nlRht, Dec. 28, when the car n which she was riding while ftltHn* on her mother's lap was struck by a street car. SI* persons In the same car were Injured. The party, all of them children except Marlene's mother and Max Freltag, the driver, were on a holiday trip through the city to see Christmas decorations. WESLEY WOMAN'S BROTHER PASSES! Mrs. Wallace Benton and Family Bereaved on Dec. 26 gard), Fred, Walter, Esther, Lydla, <Mrs. Marvin Junkermeler) and Melvln. In Feb. 1902, Mr. Logemann came to Kossuth couiity and a year later moved on the farm In Springfield, township which has been his home ever since. He will be numbered among the successful farmers of north Kossuth county. When Mr. Logemann came to Kossuth county he and his family Joined the local Evangelical church. Later he Joined the Reformed church of which he was a very faithful member. mann, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Logemann, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Logemann, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H«rth, Chet Doebel and Fred B. Logemann, of Manly; Anna Logemann Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmerman and John Johnson, of Oilman; LouUe Wiese, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. John Haak, Rudolph Haak of Guckeen, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner and Wesley Shaefer of Blue Earth, Minn. Albert Klenlt* of Avooa, Wls., Mrs. J. H. Tinker of Brooklngs, South Dakota, the C. C. Wlltses of Freeport, m., the Charles Wlltses of Blue Earth, Minn., the Frank Wilt- ses of Fairmont, Minn., the Ed Klenlte, the Emll Leeks and the Raney Blelchs of Burt, Mrs. Peter Thleoem of Bancroft, also the following friends, the Herman Zelg lers, the H. Zelglers, and Edna Zelgler of Elmore, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and Mr. and Mrs Alfred Peterson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Buell Johnson, Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs. Marie Jacobs of Swea City, "tend Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Freeark of Clear Lake. To Hot Springs Ubbe Dreesman loft via automobile, Saturday morning for Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he will take treatments for two weeks and will then go to Florida to spend the rest of the winter. He was Legrled who Is critically ill. Mr. and "Mrs. Oscar Frandle Buffalo School Basket Schedule For Coming Year Titonka: The basketball sched ule of Buffalo consolidated schoo for 1937 follows: Jan. 6—Crystal Lake there, Jan. 8—Lakota here. Jan. 15-^-Ledyard thfcre. , Jan. 19—Woden there. Jan. 22—Rake there. Jan. 26—Brltt there. January 28-29-30—County tourn ^ B'»..K -- «,---- •--- . - K |_»i, i ament at Algona. prised Bertha Badje °n herAb , lrth - Feb. 1-playoff. . .... «,.._-,-„ !->.„ vi All en-1 Feb u _ Wes ] ey here. Jan. 23—Rake here. Jan. 2ft—Crystal Lake here, accompanied on the trip by Frank Mulligan of Bancroft. New Year's Baby pound daughter was born Mr and Peter Bruer at Buffao Center hospital New — • • "--•- --* This Is their first Frank Nit* Is Chevrolet truck. driving a new Year's day. child. Arlene Lewis spent last week visiting friends at Buffalo Center. Mrs. James Bruer has been 111 for several days with flu but Is recovering. Dora Bell Merkeley, Sac City, wat a week end visitor at the W. E. Ley home. spent New Year's day with Mrs. Oscar Legrled who Is very 111 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Egesdahl were visited by the stock Dec. 26 when he presented them with a baby girl. A group of girls pleasantly sur« prised Bertha Badje on her birthday last Sunday, Dec. 27. All en Joyed a good time In playing | games. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wlllmet received a Christmas present when the stork presented them with a ten pound son, Dec. 26 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Both mother and baby are getting along nicely. Former Bancroft Girl Loses Child Bancroft: The 6 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kahler of Buffalo Center, died Sunday morning after a two weeks' Illness of pleurisy. Her, condition seemed Improved after Christmas but she suffered a relapse several days later. Mrs. Kchler was formerly Rose Burke of Bancroft. The deceased leaves to mourn Mr. and Mrs. Kahler and three sisters. The funeral was held In St. Johns church Tuesday morning. accompanied by Evelyn. The son, Forest, started home by train on Saturday evening. Forest attends high school and Evelyn college, at Elmhurst. Edward Funnemark returned to St. Olafs college, Northneld, Minn. Monday. His parents took him to City, where he took a bus Monday evening!* Bernard Erdman. who attends college at Cedar Falls, also spent the holidays at home. Jonn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich, who Is taking A course in forestry at Ames, returned Saturday, after two weeks at home. Wesley: Lawrence McNamee, 50 youngest brother of Mrs. Wallace j Benton, Wesley, died at Minneapolis after a long sickness, Saturday, December 26. Funeral services were held at Minneapolis and also at. Mason City, and bur- al was made at Rockwell. Mr. McNamee had been a pharmacist ] at Minneapolis for ninny y ears Members of the Wallace Benton family here attended the funeral. Ed Studer III Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer Bonacker Bros. Dissolve Partners Titonka: Bonacker Bros., Ray and George, dissolved partnership, In their grocery and meat store, which took effect the first of the year. Bonacker Bros, had been in mr. miui JT*», o. -' ———-- _ have a letter from their "on, Ed, who recently had a serious abdominal operation at a Minneapolis hospital. A supplementary operation will be performed this week and Ed will remain at the hospital at least two weeks longer. He entered December 4. Ed's home is at Excelsior, Minn. At Blelch Christening Mrs. John Smith, Ooodell, mother of Mrs. Leo Blelch, and Mrs. Blelch's brother, Mark Smith, of Harcourt, with his wife and their daughter, Pauline, came New Year's day to attend the baptism and christening of the Blelchs infant daughter, Lorraine Frances The ceremony took place at St. Joseph's church. Voe Mullin and his 'sons, Victor and Thayer, spent New Year's day at Klemme with the family of Vee's brother, Ben Here Is Your Opportunity to buy a Good USED CAR at a Right Price told partnership since April t922. Gep. will continue the business. Ray Is undecided as to what he wilr do. TITONKA NEWS ative* at Lime Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith of Fort Dodge were visitors at the W. E. Ley home New Year's day. The Jerry Ukenas, the I. E. Wortmans and Gertrude Wortman were dinner guests at the Wade Balls, New Year's day. There are many sick to this vicinity with colds and flu but no one reported critically ill. We hope IB cold weather will check the u germ. A farewell party was given the Henry Ennens Friday fevening at their home northwest of town, 'hey win move this week to a arm near Stevens. Mrs. Delia Smith gave a fam- y dinner Sunday and guests were the Roland Smiths, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Gutknecht, Roland Smith, Jr.', and Luella Klocke. Maynard Ukena went to Des Molnes last Thursday for a short visit before returning to his duties at Iowa City. He spent his holiday vacation with his mothen Mrs. Ida Ukena. Mrs. Harry Hiltz la on the sick Hat this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGuIre are the parents of a son born Frl- day morning. This Is the second! son In the family •itfeayyP ^HWW«^»™ii*r^"** i * w » .—.-—-- — — - - home In Wlndom, Minn., after a two weeks' visit at the M. A. Saun- Titonka: The Woman's 'study club met Thursday afternoon Instead of evening with Mrs. C. A. Hoon. Mrs. H. 1 Torgersen was leader of the lesson, "The Co-Op- eratlve Movement" followed by a general discussion. Refreshments were served to IB during the social hour. The Methodist W. F. MS. will meet this week Friday with Mrs Diekmann. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux were New Year's day guest of their daughter, Mrs. E. M. Ol son. Virginia Benton, who had spen n two weeks vacation at home, re turned Saturday to Kalamazoo Michigan, where she is engage state In occupa miles, Number Are In nursing patients at a s stltutlon.'her work being tlonal therapy. There are 3,000 pa tlents In the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erlckson who had spent the holidays with Mr*. Erlckson's aunt, Miss A. Me- Pherson, returned by car to Elm- 1936 Chevrolet Master Coupe, clean. 1935 Butck Sedan, extra clean, can hardly be from a new car. 1935 Chevrolet Master Coach with Karl Knee trunk, low mileage. 1935 Plymouth Coach, low mileage. 1934 Chevrolet Master Coach, can hardly be tom from new car. 1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan, 27,000 new tires. 1934 Chevrolet Standard Coupe, nice shape. 1934 V-8 De Luxe Coach, air wheels and tires clean. 1933 Plymouth Sedan, looks and runs good. 1933 Chevrolet Master Coach. 1931 Chevrolet Sedan, reconditioned, good buy. 1931 Model A Town Sedan. 1929 Chevrolet Sedan, refinished, good tires. 1929 Model A Coach, repainted and runs good. 1929 Chevrolet Sedan. 1929 Oldsmoblle Sedan, low mileage. These cars all include 1937 licenses, antl-freeze in radiators, and most all of them are equipped with heaters. WE TRADE-EASY TERMS son, their This helpful idea means extra protection against a freeze-up in your car's gasoline system. First have your carburetor drained, a quick, simple Deration-also emptying the little glass fitter bowl or "trap." To be real careful, have a cer- £E amount drained from the bottom, of the gas tank. Thus you get rid of any water that might freeze on the first cold day. not in the gasoline originally, if »». where you buy. But you know ihat the air contains moisture, which can & a «- fnrm water in vour gasoline system, i nere form wateryyou^ ^ ^ ^ This water Wlliam Ley, Jr., left Monday morning via automobile for Iowa university after a vacation with his parents. Rachel Clapaaddle of Burt accompanied him on the trip and resumed her studies. Karl Grabau took Mre> Annie Tinker to Blue Earth Saturday morning, where she took a train for her home at Broottings, South Dakota. She has been with he niece, Mrs. Kienitz, the past week Mrs. Ray Stroud and two child ren, Aurora, 111., spent the holiday with her parents, Mr. and M* August Steinberg. Her sister, Mrs John Heetland and family, gave party for them last week Monday Emma and Louise Thaves en tertained Emma, Lena, Charle and Edward Gutknecht, Sylv iandail and Gertrude Wortman ind Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball at a ieven o'clock dinner New Year's day. New Year's guests at the J. H. Warburtons were: Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine and the Rev. Harvey and family. Swea City, and Mr. and Wrs Harry Warburton and the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson, of Dakota. William Gauger, medical student at Iowa University, who spent his vacation with his parents, tha Rev. and Mrs. Gauger at Buffalo Center, and lady friend, Ruth Welch of Manson, were visitors at the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelsons one day last week. The men were classmates at Morningside college ders home. Mrs. Phil Sheridan and Thomas, returned to home at Ames Friday after spending Christmas at the J. H. Sheridan and H. J. Delterlng homes. Mrs, Joseph Recker entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Johanna Vaske won igh score, Mrs. N. J. Sheridan won ut and Mrs. Bernhard won the ravel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Kohnke, Mr. nd Mrs. Thos. Garry, and Lawence Kockler and Jessie Stebritz ntertained their club at dinner nd bridge New Year's eve. Mrs. A W. Kennedy won high score, Mrs. Fred Thies won second, Mrs. Joseph Fox won travel prize and .awrence Mousel won cut prize. The following students returned o their respective colleges Saturday and Sunday: Maxine Guide and Margaret Devine to St, Teresa's college at Winona, Minn.; Antoinette Hart, John Baker, Frank Baker, Wayne Mason to the University of Iowa; Kenneth Devine, Richard Underkofler and Alan . os Bonackers are recovering. Guy Bruns has been 111 the past week. Handled Installation A. M. Petersen, deputy grand master for district No. 55, I. O. O. F., and his staff, J. F. Fisher, Goo. Nelson and Oscar Miller drove to Algona to officiate In a joint Installation of their subordinate and Rebekah lodge officers. An oyster supper was served to a large crowd at the close of the ceremonies. The M. S. Craven home was released from scarlet fever quarantine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sever Pannkuk, Jr., moved New Year's day onto one of Dick Paul's farm near Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pannkuk of Thornton came New Years to help in the care of Antone's mother. The Pannkuks sold their business at Thornton recently, and have not decided just what they will do the The Am-1 spent last Thursday afternoon at] the Lyle Marlow home. Motor Co, Why Tufea, Oklahoma, started an annual beauty contest for cows. Bead the story of the vain winner in The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Clarence Morrall, Manager PHONE 200 EXTRA SPECIAL-We have the *™ l ™<** lets on the floor and can make prompt delivery. coming year. Miss Eetta Eden, daughter of Murphy to Ames; John Kennedy to Crelghton; Eileen Kohnke to the University of Minnesota; Emmet Devine and Edmund Ford to Trinity College at Sioux City. LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. George Eden, east of town, was home for a few days vacation before leaving with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson for Washington, D. C. A card was received by the family mailed from Illinois. Miss Eden has been in the employ of the Dickinson family since June. Ledyard Wins From Armstrong Armstrong; On Tuesday evening, , 16, at Ledyard, the Armstrong CLOSING OUT SALE As I am going to quit fanning, I will wll tl.o following described property at imbli"auction on the.old Lewis farm 1 mile north and 2 miles east of Irvine-ton, 3 miles south and 3 east of Algonn, on Thursday, January 14 SALE TO START AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP Continental OU Company Mrs. Jack McDonald, postmlst- t an(J at the nalf the Armstrong ess, states the postoffice will now } were a mt , e behind by the e open at 7r30 a. m. and close at « c(jre Qf 2Q tQ 16 After the ha i f :30 p. m. both teams played good ball but The infant sons of Mr. and Mrs. tne Ledyard girls managed to con- 'ecil Pingle and Mr. and Mrs. Ted nect ^th the basket more times Wallentine have been under the tnan tne home girls and at the end are of Dr. Williams. o f the third quarter Ledyard had Mr and Mrs. Wm. Brandt left 31 points to Armstrong's 25. Saturday for their home at Hub- In the last Quarter the Arm- bard after spending the holidays at strong girls tried their best to clobe he oarental August Knoner home, the margin but could not connect, 'ulr Both teams kept changing off with ««! ... _ , — j throughout the game and 5PICIAL WINTER BUND CONOCO BRONZE GASOLINE Lakota Students Return to College Lakota: Norman Frerking took Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, Miriam Heetland, Virgil Smith and Har old Geerues to Dubuque Saturday returning Sunday morning and on Monday morning he left In hia ca for Dubuque where all are univers ity students. Norman reported n snow east of Forest City, but tha it rained all day Saturday. Ed Abbas' Appendix Lakota: Ed Abbas was taken to the hospital In Buffalo Center Friday night for an appendicitis operation. He is recovering. The farmer* received their corn- hog checks Saturday afternoon. 1300; 1400 -' Head of Horses & Mules 7 e«™«^^^ mil" inule, » vr.s. oW, wt. HIM); 1 black team, smooth mouth, v.'t. Head of Cattle 22 Irene Junkermeler returned to Hedrick Sunday to resume HedrIcK aunany w .*.«.-, -« th , ead throughout the game ana teaching after spending the hoi- flj . gt quarter Armstrong was idays with her parents, the Ed At the j^,, tne ho me Consisting of (i K«»«l i»»lk <'ows to IK- fresh this winter spring, <) licad of yearling steers on feed, 1 yearling heite hull, H youiitf heitVrs. and early 1 year old Buff Rock Pullets Junkermeiers. Guests at the Peter home Sunday were the Johnsons of Bancroft, the Chester and Burton Johnsons, Reuben Johnson and Ed Munyer Mr. and Mrs. Jess O'Keefe and . boys were behind 13 to 9. After Johnson tne nal( they tried to overcome Carlyle | tne margin and at the end of the third quarter, Ledyard had 14 to Armstrong's 11 points. The last quarter the Armstrong boys had 16 points to Ledyard's 17, and with Machinery mr. ttjiw *M.»«. **»•» « — i *« 4-—...— -- — . the Ace Warners were very lucky but a few seconds to play tne Sunday night when the former's yar d boys dropped in another bas- car slid into the ditch near the Ed j ket to win 19 to 16. Reece home and no one was hurt. Wesley Darnell entertained the following at an oyster supper New Year's night: the Orville Runks- meiers. the Burton Johnsons, the Harold Darnells, Clarence Darnell and Miss Buscb. Guests at the E. A. Junkermeiers New Years were: the Oscar, the Theodore and the Herbert Brands, Mrs Henry Brand and Mr. and Mrs. Emll Ruhnke all of Hollandale, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vuttkamc* and daughter,, Iowa Falls; the Win. LA Cours, Amboy, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ji C. Blome and family. "Stomach Pain* So Bad I Could Hardly Work" Says C. S. Gross: "After taking Dr. Ernil's Adla Tablets the plains j j are gone and I eat anything." Try Adla treatment on our money back guarantee.—B. W. Lusty, Druggist. spreader, corn nli ' nearly new; ttr- 1 high wheeled wagon and box; _ _ i gang plow; 1 McConiiU-k-Deering bet Johii Deere gas engine, 2 h. p.; . 1- A ly J£J lt . p j" b * o J Luarator; a i"bob hied; 1 forks,' shovels, hand tools clover hay; 5 tons of btraw in burn. John Deere grain binder, ilisc; 1 McCormick-Deering >w and curt; Bock Island ' Ilew: OUe 2 UexU?r vvasning ' houi> ; , 8ja2 . t blnoke ho(J8 e, 6x4; •- »"—"< <* jcuow -• corn: 1 cream ••••^•••"P"^™ ' ' TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with the clerk. Frank Kajewski, Prop. Col well Bros., Aucts. Iowa State Bank, Clerk

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