The Algona Upper Ite* Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 21,1337 North East Kossuth Page 90 New Books Are Added To . Lakota Library In Past Year BEAD* LAKOTA ^11 Officers Chosen t Presbyterian Aid Last Week The following women w**e eiectod as officers for the pMefayteran AW for the year 1937: president, Mrs. John E- Smith; vice jwriflent, Bmma Gutknecht; •eeretaxy, Mrs. Hiimer Hanson; treasurer, MM. C A. Winter. Mrs. Winter -turn been treasurer of the Motet? ever *lnc« it was organised. Herman Schroeder of Dexter, Mtatu, vtotted his brothers, Will- inn and Henry Bchroeder last Lakota: The annual meeting of the Library was held last week Tuesday. There are now 1740 books on the shelves, 90 added in the past year. Mesdames R. L. Williams, Harry Warburton and A. C Schissel were named adult book committee and Mesdames I. E. Wortman and W. E. Ley for the children* books. The financial report for 1836 follows: Balance on hand, Jan. 1st, 1936, (4039; receipts, and fines, $6.98; donation from former Priacllla club, $1.40; donation from Acorn club, $5.00; donation front Legion Auxiliary, $2.00: bank, dividend, $8.98; tea committees, first division, $13.75, second, $12.50, third $16.00, 4th $1180, total rectpts $87.07 plus $40.39 amount on hand for year 1936, $118.46. Expenditures —insurance $12.82; books, $40.53: cleaning library, $6.00; total $62.75. leaving $55.71 on hand Jan. 1, 1937. The library is open to the public every Friday from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m. Mrs. A. C. Schissel is president; Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, secretary; Mrs. R. L. Williams, treasurer. The .Henry Pattersons drove to the John Alberts home near Swea City, Sunday for a vUrit The women are sisters. Barry Warburton drove to Manly, Friday afternoon to meet his parents, Mr. and Mr*. Samuel -•Aterburton, who have been visiting the past three weeks in Chicago Dorothy, younger daughter of 'Mr. and Mn. E. J. Woodworth, ip«B taken to the hospital at Buf- ,ialo Center, Saturday, and an op- aeration performed by Dr. Williams. Sbe is reported recovering. THe Rev. Walter Stevens of .Buena Vista college, came Saturday to conduct a aeries of four services in the fonn of Bible confer. i to fulfill the National Preach- Mission in our community. The Stevenson preached in the jPnKbytertan church Sunday morn- ins; and evening. News is scarce in this vicinity on -account of so much flu -and families suffering with the GUARAITTEED OOBD WOOD SAWS &) in. $6.00 82 in. $6.75 Plus Tax Mail Orders Filled Gumming and Filing Diamond .Point flaw Shop *pX S. Federal Mason City, la. Aigona Needs More Homes let 1937 bring you * borne of your own jLowest Interest Rates Best Possible Terms No Loan Costs Ample Funds to Loan Ateone Federal Savings It Loan Association C. R LaBarre, Sec'y 206 Bast State St. disease. Mrs. Jerry Heetland is •till confined to her bed after 10 days' illness. Among others ill this week are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger, John Smith, Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Mrs. Glaus Daniels and Mrs. Joe Faulkner. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City Friday and Mesdames E. R. Worley and J. H. Warburton accompanied her there. Mrs. Worley went to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bailey. Mr. Bailey has been seriously ill for two wesks. Mrs. Warburton visited a friend, Mrs. Nina Wilson, who has been seriously ill for three weeks, but is improving although still confined to her bed. Lena Gutknecht accompanied them home for the week end with her parents. John Schutter, Titonka, Passes Titonka: John Schutter's funeral services were held here Jan. 15, at the Immanucl Lutheran church, with Rev. Killian in charge. Mr. Schutter passed away Jan. 12. at his home, after an illness of three weeks. He was born in Germany in 1896. Pneumonia proved fatal. He bad been a prominent farmer in German township for many years, and is survived by his wife and three children, Evelyn. Harry and Vernon, and two brothers, Bonno and William. a£ well as his parents. Give Papers At Study Club In Titonka Meeting Titonka: The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Study club was held Thursday afternoon at the Dr. Sartor nome. Mrs. Luther Miller gave a book review, "Let Us Start All Over Again" by Vash Toung. Mrs. Roy Budlong gave a paper, "Safeguarding the Home Through Religious Training." Refreshments were served during the social hour. P. T. A. Session The regular monthly meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association was held Monday evening, Jan. 11 at 8 p. m. in the assembly room of the public school with Mrs. Howard A. French vice president presiding. M. E. Aid Met The regular meeting of the M. E. Ladies' Aid was held Wednesday afternoon in the church dining room. Mrs. A. M. Peterson, president, was in charge during the business session. Mrs. George Bonackcr and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen were co-hostesses. A good crowd attended the lunch. ACE WARNERS OF LEDYARD GUESTS ON ANNIVERSARY Surprised Sunday on Date of 25th Tear of Marriage Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Ace Warner were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when a group of relatives came in to help them celebrate their wedding anniversary. They were married 25 years Sunday, Jan. 18th. Those present were: Mrs. Anna Nemmers, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nemmers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nemmers; Vess Nemmers, all of Bancroft; Henry and Oscar Warner of Fenton. at Lakota several days the past week. Mrs. Frank Moulton of Blue Earth, her mother, Mrs. Uda Stranahan of Fayette visited Mrs. Rose Moulton Friday. Paul and Richard Zielske, the atter's sons, Elmer and Herbert,. visited the former's mother, Mrs. Carl Zielske at Eldora several days the past week. Visitors at the Leon Worden home Saturday were Mrs. Worden's brother, Ralph Campbell of Seneca and her aunt, Mrs. Dora Campbell rom Illinois, who is spending; the winter with her nephew. The Rev. Boese of Lakota met with the young people of the church, who wish to be confirmed Sunday afternoon. He just recent- y started conducting services here in the German Evangelical church. The Edward Halversons were at EJmore Saturday morning where Marvel had dental work done. From there they went to Frost and Mrs. Halverson's mother, Mrs. Anna Kaliestad, returned with them and will make her home here for the rest of the winter. Ledyard Twp. Farm Bureau Meeting Held Lakota: Ledyard township's general Farm Bureau mfeeting was held at the J. H. Holcomb home, Friday, Jan. IS. On account of so much sickness, only a small crowd was present, but all enjoyed the pot luck dinner at noon and the afternoon program. J. C. Skow, of Wesley, past county president, gave a talk, using several topics and a general discussion of the rural electrification project followed. The Rev. Swanson of Swea City was to give a talk, but was unable to be present on account of sickness ATTENTION (dve.Stock Feeder For the highest prices obtainable on the SIOUX CITY market con- aign your live stock to the CORN JSELT COMMISSION COMPANY. A leading firm with such salesmen a* Joe Powers, Johnny Walsh, Larry Wilds, Lon Moss, Ed Schmid, & others. Ask your friends and neighbors about the CORN BELT COMM CO. For market partlcu- tyurs write or call. Your live stock will receive our careful attention. CORN BRUT UVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. SIOUX Cm & OMAHA Bonded lot Your Protection 3-6 Hebron Twp News Elmer Knutaon in at present employed by Oscar Frandle. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Fjetland spent last Thursday at Blue Earth. Rev. S. O. Sorlein visited with Mrs. Halvor Larson last Wednesday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson spent last Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Halver Larson. Mrs. Lloyd Logo and baby visitec over night at the Adrian Hauskin home one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle am family attended the funeral of Mrs. Oscar Legried lest Tuesday. Mrs. C. O. Legried and boys spent last Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family. Ed Thompson, Adrian Hauskin and Lloyd Loge accompanied a truck load of cattle to St. Paul last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Quam and family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthun last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson and Mrs. Henry Thompson spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin. Adrian Hauskin and Carl Hauskin autoed to Minneapolis last Friday to attend the funeral of their uncle. Sam Hauskin. Mrs. Halvor Larson has been quite ill with the flu and pleurisy, and she also has asthma. Mrs. Al- vlna Jordahl is caring for her. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beenken, Jan. 7th, a son, named Ernest Larry. Glen Reibsamen of Marshalltown was here on business Monday. Mr. Reibsamen was the guest of his sister, Mrs. A. M. Petersen, while here. Mrs. Pierre Sartor left by train from Livermore Thursday evening for Chicago to visit her daughter, Mrs. Joe Coyle and husband. Mrs. Coyle was Mercedes Sartor before 1 her marriage. Mrs. Fred Hagen was hostess to the work and play club Thursday afternoon. Members present were Mrs. Robert Clemans. Mrs. Clarence Cooper, Mrs. Fred Adamson, Mrs. Art Schweppe and Mrs. Lem Stockwell. The Tuesday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Frank D. Fisher. High scores were made by Mrs. M. S. Craven and Mrs. Miller Nelson, low by Mrs. A. M. Petersen. Mrs. Craven, Mrs. Petersen and Mrs. H. I. Torgcrsen substituted. Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Schram, Mrs. George Peterson and Mrs. Carrie Bonackcr were hostesses to galloping teas. On Tuesday evening. Mrs. Roy Budlong was hostess to a galloping tea for 11 lady teachers. To date 17 teas have been held. L. A. Barslou is driving a new Terraplane car. The Arthur Zielskes spent Sunday at the John Frands. The Frank Kellys of Gerled were Sunday dinner guests at the H. D. Maynes. SupL A E. Lauritzen was absent from school Monday morning due to sickness. Edward Knoner and George Hagge were at Algona Thursday on business. Mike Munyer accompanied the Albert Brands to Minneapolis Sunday to visit relatives. Ruth Jones, primary teacher, went home from school Friday suffering with a stiff neck. Mrs. James Welfare, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingle and A. E. Lauritzen are all victims of the flu. Mrs. Thomas Walsh, a trained nurse, is helping care for Mrs. H. M. Dyer, who is still ill with the flu Mrs. Fred Junkermeier visited her daughter, Mrs. George Meyers H.W.POST1 Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. 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