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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 28,1937 North East * Kossuth Page STEINBERG, GRIESE ELECTED AS DIRECTORS OF LAKOTA CREAMERY Annual Meeting Held on Saturday; Reports Show Good Year Lakota: The annual creamery meeting was held Saturday at the school house. August Steinberg and George Griese were re-elected to succeed themselves. The other members of the board are John Meyer, Ernest Trasamar and Carl Christ. The annual report showed that the creamery had a very good year. Twp, Soft Meeting The soil conservation meeting for Lincoln township was held Saturday afternoon at the center school for a! study of 1937 plans and instructions and for a sign-up. Henry Patterson was again elected to bead the committee. Lambert Hippen and Albert Doden with B. F. Edwards as alternate comprise the other members. Scarlet Fever Fatal The three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen in Lincoln township, passed away a week ago. Death was caused by scarlet fever. I. E. Wortman was an Algona business visitor Friday. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grabau were Blue Earth, visitors Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Edgar Inlay went to the hospital at Buffalo Center Saturday for treatment following an attack of appendicitis. A. T. Buckets was in bed most of last week with an attack of flu. Mr. and Mrs. George Altlzer have also been sick with the same disease. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cleniana, Titonka, visited Mrs. Olemans' mother, Mrs. A. Q. Smith and her brother and family, the Emory Smiths, Sunday afternoon. Sunday was the 11th birthday of Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith and Mrs. Delia Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht were their guests hi honor of the event Little Dorothy Woodworth, who CORRESPONDENT ILL Mrs. Edith Fisher, Tttonka correspondent for the AlgonA papers, has been 111 for several weeks, and as a result nn- able to collect her usual goodly amount of news. Mrs. Fisher Is now recuperating and we're glad to have the Tltonka news back In the fold again. has been in the hospital at Buffalo Center following an appendicitis operation a week ago last Saturday Is expected home "Tuesday. Dororthy contracted bronchitis while convalescing and that has somewhat retarded her recovery. Mrs. Woodworth has been with her while she has been in the hospital. Lakotan's Brother Killed by Branch Sawed From Tree Lakota: Henry Mitchell received word Friday that his only brother, James, 24 years old, was killed that morning while cutting the top out of a tree near Fairmont, Minn. He and another man, both from Es- herville, were trimming trees and Tames had climbed to the top of the tree on a ladder and the sawed off branch struck him, breaking his neck. Mr. Mitchell leaves his wife, ils mother, who lives in Blue Earth, Minn., and six sisters. The Mitchell family lived on a farm near Dakota about 12 years ago, and later near Swea City, where Mr| Mitchell, Sr., passed away several yeats ago. Funeral services were held at Estherville Monday. Henry Mitchell vent to Estherville Friday and his wife went Monday for the funeral. Henry works in the W. E. Gut- inecht hardware store. Grandmother of Mrs. Barrett Dies Ledyard: Mrs. V. A. Barrett received word Saturday of the death of her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Emma Clark at Big Stone City, South Dakota. Her brother, Chas. Raney of Livermore, came for her Sunday, and she went home to spend the week with her parents and attend the funeral which was held Tuesday at Livermore. Mrs. Clark was an old pioneer of Humboldt county and would have been 85 years old March 6th of this year. The Wm. Flynns are driving a new Plymouth car. Agnes Olson spent the week end at her home near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton of Blue Earth were visiting with friends here Friday evening. Mrs. Hanna Slmser of Blue Earth spent several days visiting at the home of her daughter, the Christy Hendrlcksons. The H. D. Maynes spent Sunday at Alden with Mrs. Mayne's parents, the Gus Nuenfeldts. Her mother Is in poor health. Chris and Paul Gelhaus and Aug ust Busch drove to Hubbard over Sunday where they were called by the illness of an uncle, Wm. Gelhaus. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. >ffQ3QXS!OK8X&!l3&^^ New Bedrooms Gerled's Highway Crew Works Nites To Keep Road Open Gerled: The Gerled highway crew were out all night Thursday night, getting in at 9 a. m. Friday. They report a trip that took them into four counties. Mall on both star routes is coming Into Gerled with little delay In spite of the cold. Duane Lester Is Host on Birthday Lakota: Duane Lester, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Lester, entertained 20 little friends at his dome Saturday afternoon in honor of his eighth birthday. They spent the time playing games indoors and coasting out of doors and all enjoyed the eats. Duane received many lovely gifts and also some money. It was a real event In his young life. Mr. and Mrs. Lester entertained the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking, George Ennen and family and Gretchen Rlppentrop for supper following the party. The Lesters live on the Charles Gutknecht farm where Vance helps with the farm work. Gerled News We have just unpacked a real line of the newest modern Walnut and Colonial Maple Suites. Now is the time to buy—this is the Place to Save. See them today! Richardson's Furniture Company Where Furniture Sells for Less wipe n Vlu 0 s rcsfonc Service Will Save You TIME—MONEY—WORRY SPECIALS Battery Recharging Clean Cables Three Days' Rental $1.00 j! ii Ignition Tune Up Clean and Adjust Ignition Points Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs Check Battery and Cables $1.00 Tir**fon« Batteries • Brake Senric e UWWWWWWVWtfWVWWW Miss Eunice Dontje visited Mrs Kelly Monday afternoon. Mildred Friets spent Sunday with her mother at Gerled. Mrs. Walter Smith of Swea City spent Monday with Mrs. Finn. Mrs. Betsy Oleson and Reuben vtslUd Friday In the EU Q,. Fitleta home. The Frank Kelly family visltec Saturday in the Mayne nome 1 Ledyard. ' Albert Friets of Elmore spen Tuesday at the Finn and D. O Friets homes. Delores Mayne was confined with an attack of flu last week and los several days of school. J. M. Jones is confined to hi: home by two broken ribs, receivec In an attempt to put anti-kicker on a cow at milking time. The Ole Gerties family of Ban croft and the Ben Gerdes family of Buffalo Center were all da; guests in the Dick Dontje homi Sunday. The Finn boys write their moth er that owing to the fact that thel: plant, Wisconsin Steele, sells stee to General Motors, they may bo thrown out of work. Hebron Twp News Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hnuskin spen Friday night at the Joe SanUum home. The Gust Underbakke family ha been having the flu but is much im proved now. Clifford Fjetland was an ove night visitor with Raymond Smltl Wednesday night. A soil conservation meeting wa held at the center school house las Wednesday night. Mrs. Oscar Frandle visited Wed nesday afternoon with Doris Elf son at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson and girl of Rake were Sunday dinner guest of the Oscar Fran dies. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Belt spent Wednesday evening wit Mrs. Oscar Frandle and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson an family of Grand Meadow, Minn spent last week with his mother who has been very ill. Oscar Frandle, Adrian Hauskin, Ed Simser, Will Frank, Albert Krouh and Olaf Fjetland were out boosting the rural electrification line which they are trying to work up. LEDYARD HONOR ROLE FOR 3RD SCHOOL PERIOD IS ANNOUNCED Ledyard: The following are the lonor roll students for the third Ix weeks 'and the semester: for he 12th grade, for six weeks, Cleo table, Edith Logan and Henrietta O'Keefe; llth grade, six weeks, Al- rira Halverson and Beulah Looft, or the semester, Alvira Halver- on and Beulah Looft. For the 10th grade, 6 weeks, Ir- In Beenken, Cecil Langerman and ""em Stenzel and Jean Nelson, for he semester. Fern Stenzel; for the ith grade, 6 weeks, Edna Dontje, jawrence Flynn, Kathleen Reece, 3 earl Laab and Gustav Lunnlng, 'or the semester, Edna Dontje, jawrence Flynn and Kathleen Reece. The perfect attendance for the (J weeks follows: 12th grade, Flwood Jreen; llth grade, Bernard Andrson, Arlowe Blotne, Geneva Gelhaus ami Mrxrjorle Casnem: 10th frade, Jpan Nelson; 9th grade, jawrence Flynn, Lucille Munyer ind Harold Schwartz, for the sem- ister, 10th grade, Jean Nelson, Jean Nelson, 9th grade, Lucille Munyer. The honor roll for the eighth grade, six weeks: Viola Cassem, aul Garry, Deloris Gelhaus, Viola Fohnson and Harold Warner; 7th gradql 6 weeks: Jeanne Estle, Duane Johnson, Everett Johnson, Jordon Matzener, Jack Reece and Clarence Schwartz; 7th grade, semester, Clarence Schwartz and Gordon Matzener. The perfect attendance for the past six'weeks for grade 6 follows: Loren Hans, Eva Eggerth, Arden Anderson, Arden Lloyd ftnd Kenneth Reece, Amoritd Johnson, Ellen Laabs and Lorraine Darnell; for the semester, Loren Hans. Arden Anderson, Arden Lloyd. Kenneth Reece, Amorlta Johnson, Ellen Laabs and Loralne Darnell. The six weeks for grade 5-A are: Betty Jean Dorsey, Deloris Nitz, Edwin Dontje, Walter Scott, Darlene Haag, Velda Estle, Lavonne Koestler. The semester are: Deloris Nitz, Edwin Dontje, Walter Scott and Darlene Haag. The perfect attendance for 5-B In 6 weeks are: Lewis Alver, John Dontje, Joe Dyeif, Anna Hasselbrock, and Reuben Johnson, for the 4-A six weeks, Chris Engelbarts, Virgil Gelhaus, Luella Johnson. Duane Koestler, Evelyn Meyer, and Arlene Troff, for , the , semester Chris Engelbarts, Luella Johnson, Duane Koestler and Evelyn Meyers; 4-B—6 weeks: Beverly Koestler and Mureen Poppe, for the semester, Mureen Poppe. Perfect attendance for the third grade, 6 weeks are: LeRoy Busch, Wm. Countryman, Arnold Dontje, Merle Johnson, Ruth Zlelake and Afello Gonzales, for the semester, LeRoy Busch and Merle Johnson; for the second grade, 6 weeks— Donald Dontje, Norms Logemann, Wayne Selfert, Robert Jorgenson, for semester, Norma Logemann; for the first grade, 6 weeks^Jean Koestler, Eugene Meyer, semester —Jean Koestler and Eugene Meyer. Ledyard Twp. Elected Soil Plan Leaders Lakota: Ledyard township's soil conservation meeting was held Saturday afternoon at the Lakota school house following the creamery meeting. A large crowd wns present to hear the plans for 1937 and for a discussion of same. Dave Friets was elected chairman of the committee and other members of the board elected were Oscar Nelson and August Kllnkslek with C. O. Peterson as alternate. After the conservation meeting, those Interested in Rural Electrification held a meeting to perfect plans for a house to house canvas of the township and many volunteered to help with the work. J. E. Telcamp is project chairman. Grandson Better Lakota: Little Jimmle Anderson, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Gisle Anderson of Thompson, who has been in the Buffalo Center hospital for 10 days, was taken home last week and Is reported as improving. He has been suffering the after-effects of flu. Jlmmie Is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckets. Doan Girl Taken 111 With Diabetes Doan: Virginia Anderson, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, became very ill last week Tuesday night and Dr. Bourne of Algona was called. Wednesday forenoon the was taken to the Kossuth hospital in the McCullough ambulance. She is suffering from diabetes and at this writing she is improving some. Aline Martinek spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek. Mrs. August Orendler of Armstrong spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres. The Henry Mertz family of Ot- toaen and the Dean Andrews family were Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Struthers home. Mrs. Ruth Hansen was hostess to the Doan Woman's club Wednesday, (Jan. 20. Roll call was answered by a travel anecdote and Agatha Hansen gave a talk on Foreign and Domestic Commerce. Pearl Asa discussed Iowa Rivera TEN YEARS AGO lilr. and Sirs. Bert Deal had gone ;o Fort Dodge to attend the Master Painters' convention. • • • Milton Norton had been at Minneapolis attending the Northwestern retail lumbermen's convention, four states had been represented, and it was the 38th annual convention. • • • At Spongberg, the railway mall clerk, who had been laid up with a badly injured finger had not lost a day in his 18 years In the service until he had had this accident. * * * Some of the papers had been Haying that Representative George W. Patterson had his eye on the congressional seat that was occupied by Congressman Dickinson. They had It doped out that "Dick" would soon be in the senate and that Patterson would take his seat In the house if he wan able to mal'e the grade. (Well, stranger things h»ve ihapepncd). - ^^:.'M'f'^^'^,.'i4~f f » * » Bert Deal had carried off the honors at the state convention of master painters held at Fort Dodge when he had taken first place for Tiffany wall finish In competition with the painters of the entire state of Iowa. » • • John Vaughn, one of the best known men in Algona. and an extensive land owner in Kossuth county had died. He had been In poor health from heart trouble for a year. • * * The August Huenhold home on North Phillips street had caught on fire, and had been damaged to the amount of several hundred dollars. The fire was thought to have started by a damaged electric wire. When the fire department had reached the house the fire had gained considerable headway, but with their chemical devices and hose they had it under control in record time. The friends and neighbors had helped carry out many of the household goods. • * * Mrs. Q. R. Baker, mother of Dr. L. G. Baker, had died at Long Beach, California. Mrs. Baker had left Algona abut two weeks previous to spend the winter in California with relatives. The body was to be brought back for burial. * * * Mary and Jim Duryea had spent Sunday visiting at the home of their nephew, A. Africa, at Cylinder. * * * The Humboldt Rotary Club had come to Algona one hundred per cent strong and had presented the flags that were circulating over the district to the local club with appropriate ceremony. Algona had chartered a bus and the Algona members had taken the flags to Forest City, and that club had received the flags. The flags had represented each nation in Rotary, and the ceremony consisted chiefly of the sixth object of Rotary which was international peace. * * * Miits Moses and Miss Duhigg were both ill and were unable to fill their customary places as teachers in the high school. Mrs. D. R. Steele had substituted for Miss Moses and Mr. Overmyer had taken Miss Duhigg's classes. had introduced a bill that would permit park boards to levy a tax, not to exceed two mills, for permanent park improvements, paving, sidewalks and so forth. * * * The car shortage on our railroads had worked havoc with various shippers and with .merchants who had been unable to receive goods ordered. The trouble was that the wharves, docks and warehouses had been filled to overflowing with grain and other produce, and as a result the shippers had had no place to store their goods In the cars and pay demurrage, but where the side tracks had been filled and the railway companies were unable to deliver the cars they were unable to make the charge. Consequently they had lost more or less money on some o: their shipments. A recent bill that had been introduced in congress would compel eastern railroads to return foreign . cars which woul< relieve the situation of car short Joe Mlsbavch had purchased th double store front building on Stat known as the Cowles building, ant occupied by the Kraft-Mlsbach clothing store, and the James-Pat terson grocery store. * • • The Algona Commercial Club luu held another of It's booster meet ings at the court house. A largi crowd had attended. A comrnlttci was appointed to carry out plans about a county agent. Another committee was to appoint twenty men, ten of whom were to be elected to serve on the board of dlrec tors. A number of farmers were elected as members. * • • Mrs. Thco. ChrUchllleg had been enjoying a visit from her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Krantz of Hoi- stein, Iowa. « • V S. B. French, Fred Bauman am Milton Norton had been attending a lumberman's covention in the Twin Cities. * • • Cowan & Herman hud secured a down town office over the Miller drug store. Their constantly in creasing business had made an of flee necessary. * * * Algona was soon to lose another good family. William Dehnert hai purchased the Iowa Cafe at Whit temore from Mr. Spilles and was to take possession February 1. Mr Dehnert had been obliged to giv up his work as contractor and builder on account of his health being afflicted with a hip discas* resulting from an injury a number of years ago. They were to sell their Algona home. * * * The most severe Know of the season had occurred. The wind had blown a gale and the roads had been badly drifted. The thermometer had registered about 18 degrees below zero. * * * Algoim streets had been crowded the previous Saturday with people who had come here to trade. Algona was recognized as the best market town in northern Iowa. TWENTY YEARS AGO Representative T. P. Harrington had been duly honored by Speaker Pitt and placed on several important committees. Mr. Harrington Annual Meet Postponed Until February 6, 1937 JCOTJCK JS IlKliKBY GIVEN that il.u rc£iilur .-\nnuut Meeting of the Stockholders unU subscribers to (.'ap- Hlil Stock of the AlKolia C'oolJtrutive Oreiunery Company. according to Article Ten of tile Articles of Iii- fol'poru t ion. fliull be helii li: Alfc^onu. luwu. on tlii- lust Saturday of Jun- uury, 1337. At a iin-fllng of the Board of Ulr- vclorn on January 14. 1937, It was unanimously agreed upon to postpone tin- Annual Met/ilntf of the Al- itonu Cooperative Creanic-ry Coin- piiuy until February 6. 1837. at 1:00 p. in. In tin; lllfe'li School Auditorium because of a High School Bas- kuUiull Tournament being; held on January ao, 11137 ut 1:00 p. in. The board unanimously agreed that tl.ey xviuilil meet In the JIlKli School Auditorium on January 30, 1837. und transact the postponement of thu Annual Afeetlr.g until February C, 1937. (Signed) ALQONA CGOPKKAT1VK CREAMERY CO. M. F. CHRISTIANSEN. 3-4 Secretary. Notice of Hearing Oil Ai>plU-u^lou I''or Authority to Muke Cuiuprumlne $t-llleiui>ut \\lllt t'. \V. \li'ou|Iu. lu K tin 11 > -No. 137KO. In i In-- District Court of l"\va. In ami i'(»r Ko^.-suih ' 'ount y. R \V. Hati-y. Su|M-ilnlrndi-nl of lui'kii. K of tliL- Stale- of l«»wa. VS. K o fc h u t h County ;S (a t c lia 11 k, AI - ona, Iowa, JJt-fcintant. Tu All liepu.vitors and < *n-illii>ru . f 'he Ki-.-^uth ('utility Slutt-- Hunk. At- onu, Jowa. unct Tu Whuin IL May Cuiu:».-ru: VdU are ht-rt-by »»'(Jlit-<] (hat Hii/rc Is im\V ur filti in ll-t; office- «'f tl'e CU-rk of thf I>l.strk't Cuitrt of Ko.s- suth fount y, Iowa, the Aujilit-.itioii uf It. \V. flu it-w. SupurlntuiKJeni <. f Hanking u f * h •.- .> I u 1 L- < • f I u w; i, as Kt.-e«-iv»-r uf the- »< udsuth Cuuniy istalf i>auk. askiuy tJjai he Lc jiuih- orizfil to niakt; eujiujruml.--^ j-tti le- mciit with <: W NU-uullii uf AlKoM.i. I'jwu, a c Curding tu the t-.-rins unl eur.dlt tuns *t-l i-ut in .said A pplii-.t- tlon. to w hi eh you arc rcfcrrt-d for further particulars. You aiv furtlier notitU-tl that tin* ht-it rini£ mi ^ul<J Application \v i 11 be lunl at tli-- »Vui I house in A l^oiut. Iowa, on the- -1th day of February. iy;;7. ul J:»0 o'clock P. M of said day, ii t which time you may appear and show t-aust-. if any y<-u I 1 av*-, why an Ordt-r thuuld not in.- t-nicr- t-'l a.-n prayed. J>. W HATMS. Supt-rintt-iitlfiit of liar.king: of the .State of Iowa, an RuoeiVt.-r uf the Kuysuth County State Bank, Atgona, lowu. Bv HAUKY V. HULL, ExamineT- in-Chartfv. 4 BASKET GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials PEANUT BUTTER . Just the thing for school lunches. PORK & BEANS . . 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