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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 4, 1937 North East« Kossuth Page 2 Titonka Cars Upset, Friday, But Occupants Are Uninjured In Mishaps LEDYARD GIVES $70 AND WAGON UNCLOTHING Boy Scouts Do Their Good Turn, Handle Soliciting The Ledyard consolldtaed school Boy Scouta of America (troop No. •») did their "daily good turns" on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of last week liy soliciting funds to the amount of $70 and a wagon load of clothing for the Red Cross Flood Relief district In both town and country the scouts made a bouse to house canvass and the next day gathered up the clothing and funds. The Ledyard scouts, In their Underfoot stage} organized their troop and received their charter about two weeks ago. /The troop I* organized into two patrols with Glen Dyer as one patrol leader assisted by Paul Henrickson, Duane Thompson, Joe McDonald and Harold Warrier. Patrol No. 2 Is under the leadership of Howard Nltz and working with him are Vernon Dor- Bey, Eilly McDonald, Ervln Junker- meler and Gordon Matzner. Scoutmaster A. E. Lauritzen called the group together and the challenge of the local Red Cross was accepted by the troop. The largest single contribution banded to the scouts was a $10.00 check from Valentine & Holcomb. MJss Maurlne Doores made a contribution of $5.00 to swell the am- out The eighth grade home room voted to present $3.00 of their savings to the cause. Other contributions between one and two dollars were received from Miss Slems, Louis Corhus, Walter Hans, Martin Berhow, Cecil Black and Win. Flynn. Eighty-three persons In all contributed and many other donated clothing. Marion Krantz's Birthday Party Titonka: Marlon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz observed her 10th birthday Sundya, Jan. 81, by giving a theatre party to ten of her little girl friends. After the movie, Marlon invited them to her borne when after plajrinc •PUIM « 4«tt«iatM huub-«ww tuff* •d. Shipping Ass'n Elects Lakota: The Lakota Livestock association held Its annual meeting at the city hall Friday morning and re-elected the directors. Geo. Winter Is president and Francis Adams, manager. Hi Boeckholdt, Titonka, To Hold Implement Show Hiram Boeckholdt, Titonka Implement dealer Is pretty busy getting ready for the Al- Us-Chaltners Implement show he I* going to put on, Monday, Feb. 8th. Bay Work, Algona block man for the company, will assist. In addition to the farm machinery display, a show, lunch and program Is being planned, and preparations Indicate that a large crowd from Northeast KoMath will attend. DONTJEFARM, 30 Acres Reserved, Rest Sold to Johnson of Ledyard Gerled: A real estate transaction of Interest to Gerled residents is the recent sale of 40 acres and the buildings of the Henry Dontje farm, just across the road from the Gerled postofflce. Mr. Dontje reserved the 30 acres upon which he built a new residence three years ago. The land was sold to Mr. Johnson, now living three miles south of Ledyard. The new house will ;be occupied : by Mr. Dontje and the old one by the Ole Gerdes family and the land of both farms will be farmed by Edward Dontje. Dick Dontje who has farmed this tract for three years, will move to Blue Earth, March 1, where he has rented a larger farm. John M Jones Is recovering and Is now able to be about the house. Mrs. Frank Kelly spent Thursday In Ledyard with the Lawrence Kayne family and attended the Ladies' Aid at the home of Mrs. Mary Pingle. A group of relatives were entertained Sunday at a turkey dinner given In honor of Delorls Mayne. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne and Alice, Donald and James, the Howard Mayne family, with Wallace, Edith and Evelyn, and the Lawrence Maynes with the twin*. Galloping Teas Titonka; Galloping teas have been held at the following homes recently. Mrs. R, L. Krantz, Mrs. Bernard Thompson. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. Amos Bonacker, Mrs. Fred Adamson and the 22nd tea was held Saturday afternoon at the Chas. Phelps home In Portland. J.A.BARGEROF LAKOTA UNHURT IN AUTO UPSET Bruised When Machine Takes Dive in Passing Wagon Lakota: J. A. Barger, while driving north near the Telcamp farm last week In attempting to pass a loaded wagon, drove too close to the edge of the grade and one side of his car cut down Into the snow, causing It to upset. He was not seriously Injured but was somewhat bruised. Jerry Ukena's truck went out and righted the car, which was not seriously damaged. The ditches beside the high grade are drifted full of snow and it is Impossible to tell where the grade ceases and the ditch begins, making it a real driving hazard. Young People's Day Sunday was observed in the Presbyterian church as Young People's Day as Fern Lewis was in charge. Paul Ukena acted as pianist and Marcus Rippentrop and Leon Steenhard as ushers. Mary Elaine Smith and Margaret Schroeder played a piano duet for offertory. The Rev. Frerklng gave the challenge to the young people. The Youth's Reply was given by Calvin Ukena. Enjoy Sleigh Ride The intermediate Christian Endeavor young folks enjoyed a sleigh ride party Saturday evening with Charles Gutknecht as driver and Mary Jane and Fern Lewis as sponsors. After the ride they all came back to the Presbyterian church for games and lunch. HI With Flu Among those 111 the past week with flu were: Mrs. Ida Ukena, Mrs. Bertus Jensen. Nadlne Hans and Mr. and Mrs. George Wallen- tlne. Mrs. Jensen and George Wallentine suffered relapses and are again in bed. 2 m—Scarlet Fever Mr. and Mrs. Ronie Jensen and two children are all sick with the scarlet fever. The two children of the Abel Llmbergs are also suffer- In^ with tilt aMM rtlsitu Both families live In east Lincoln township. Sirs. Fedge's Brother III Mrs. Archie Fedge received word Friday evening that her brother George Olson of Kensett. Iowa, was taken to Mercy hospital at Mason City for an operation for appendicitis Saturday noon. The Fedges What a Combination! A QUALITY PRODUCT in « NEW CONTAINER Think of keeping all the goodness and the freshness of MOTHER HUBBARD Flours and Breakfast Cereals—in these remarkable money-saving cartons! Redeem Your Mother Hubbard Coupons on These Products Mother Hubbard All-Purpose Flour Wheat Cereal Cracked Wheat Whole Wheat or Graham Cake Flour Pancake Flour Pancake Flour with Buckwheat Bye Corn-Meal Energy Wheat Cereal Ask For Mother Hubbard Flour HUBBARD'S THRIFTY FIVE at Long's Food Shop Anderson's Jack Sprat C. S. Johnson's Don's Cut Rate Powell's Handy Grocery Basket Grocery Lincoln Township Birthday Party For Lars Reisem On Sunday, Jan. 24th, the following relatives came to surprise Lars Reisem who had his birthday the 14th: his brother, Henry Reisem and wife, who were just married on Thanksgiving day; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gjerstad and two children, Mrs. Nl Gjterstfcd, Clarence ind Josle, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Torkelson and two children, all «f Buffalo Center. They brought a basket dinner, and when It was all put together it nade a table of good things to eat. Mr. Reisem was not sure what it all meant until Clarence Gjerstad, his cousin, in a few well-chosen words told him why they were all there and presented him with a gift. The Reisem family had invited in one family to take Sunday dinner with them, and was busy getting ready for them, when the rest drove In. Nearly all of these people planned a surprise for him two years ago and came within a mile from the place but had to turn back on account of the drifted roads. Sometimes It takes a long time to carry out one's plans, but neverthelesc the day was fully enjoyed by all present drove to the hospital Saturday afternoon and then to Kensett for a Sunday visit with Mrs. Fedge's parents. Mr. Olson won a superior ranking In the trumpet division at a national music contest at Cleveland, Ohio, last year. The Vance Lesters drove to Boone for a wek end visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max O'Keefe spent Sunday with his parents, the Oran O'Keefes. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Swea City, were visiting relatives at Lakota Friday. Marland Lester, Elmore. Minn., spent part of last week visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester. W. E. Ley. Jr., came up from the Iowa University at Iowa City Thursday and spent the semester vacation at home. Betty Ley and Betty Johnson spent the week end attending the basketball tournament and visiting at the Fuller home. The Samuel Warburtons, the Harry Warburtons and Mrs. J. H. Warburtons spent Sunday afternoon visiting the F. G. Torines at Swea City. • "W^yj^MrB/^ir* • Woodworth drove to Ocheydan Friday to visit her father. Mrs. I. E. Wortman took care of Dorothy, who Is convalescing from an operation. Delpha Meythaler, teacher In the Armstrong public school, spent the week end with the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson. All were visitors at the J. H. Warburtons, Saturday evening. Marlon Wllklns, Estherville, spent Saturday visiting friends in Lakota. Marion lived here at one time when Mr. Wllkins was conductor on the train between Lakota and Iowa Falls. Mrs. Clarence Fields, Eagle Grove, Mesdames Charles Anderson, D. C. Klester, Stella Warner and S. C. Klester, all of Elmore, visited the Harry Mussmans, on Thursday afternoon. The Epworth Leaguers held a party at the Henry Patterson home 6 miles southeast of town, Friday evening. The evening was spent with music, playing table games, and lunch. Sixteen young people attended. Mrs. Lou Nitz and Mrs. J. E. Telcamp held a follow-up meeting at the Telcamp home last week Tuesday and nine women attended, ed. The lesson given was on Loom Weaving, which Is Kossuth county's project work for the women. S A ATHOFF, HOON CARS HAVE BAD LUCK ON ROADS One Car Catches Fire on Way to County Cage Tourney Titonka: Two car accidents occurred Friday evening. The first accident happened to a car driven by Eddie Saathoff. With him were Edward Boyken, Harold Gartner, Miss Lena Madsen, Miss Clalrene Johnson and Miss Margaret Lee, who were driving to Algona to attend the basketball tournment and witness Buffalo consolidated play Swea City. The car went Into the ditch near the Elmer Peterson farm, turned over on Its side, and caught on fire. It was quickly extinguished and not one was In- jufed. Only Blight damage was done to the car. After it was righted the occupants continued on their way. The other accident occurred when a group was returning home after the games. This car was driven by Superintendent C. A. Boon. He had some of the basketball players with him. This car turned completely upside down but no one was injured In this upset. A school bus and also a truck driven by Glen Miller on a reutrn trip from Nebraska, helped right the car and except for broken windows this car was not damaged. Buy Band Instrument* Two band Instruments, a sousaphone and a baritone horn, have been purchased by the school to add to the suply. ysa&Q&aia^^ LEDYARD NEWS Miss Olga Krammesmeler of Chicago is spending ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kram- mesmeier. The former is a beauty operator in Chicago. Farming Changes A farewell party was held Friday night on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingle. They have been living on Henry Blome'a farm and are moving to a farm near Elmore and Mr. Blome will farm his own farm. Buy* a House Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krammesmei- er purchased the Jess O'Keefe residence Friday and will take possession June 1st. Christ Gelhaus is driving a new Ford V-8. Carl Krammesmeier, Jr., of Colorado, la spending two months at the parental Carl Krumrnesmeiers. The Joe, the H. U and the Lawrence Maynes enjoyed a turkey dinner Sunday at the Frank Kellys, Gerled. Mrs. V. A. Barrett and children returned Sunday from 'a week'a visit at the parental Chan. Kaney home near Livermore. Friday night sixty relatives and friends gathered at the L. A. Nitz homo to help them celebrate their wedding anniversary. Alfred Miller bos been real ill and confined to his bed. Friday he hud a wisdom tooth pulled by Dr. Snydcr at Elmore. Mrs. Ted Uublo who bus been ill with acurlct fever and other com- pliculiom the past six wtuks, cuim 1 home Wednesday. She had been at Mrs. Mary SnuUia at Blue Kurth. Mis. fr'red Darnell and her moth er, Mrs. Trout ot (Juckctu, Minn , left Friday morning for Sterling, 111., to acu Mrs. Trout's brother, who wus uui'iuusly injured wucn hit by an automobile. Mrs. tilla (Julhuus, Mrs. Henry Blouiu and the Lawrence- Maynea Organize Buffalo Two. Girls' 4-H Group, Saturday Tltonkn: A meeting was held Saturday afternoon at the Ray Miller home east of town for the purpose of organizing a girls' 4-H club in Buffalo township. Mrs. Harold Miller was elected lender; Dorothy Peterson, priMident; Ola Mno Miller, vice president: Betty Budlong, secretary and treasurer; Maxlne Peterson, newspaper reporter; Alice Budlong, historian. Other members present were Liicile Peternon. Marjorie Peterson, Caroll Renter, Loreen Jnndl, Fern Oesterreirhor, Rosemary Bacon. Harriet Schram, and Dorothy Budlon<. The name chosen was "Buffalo Boosters." Project for the first year will be Home Furnishings. At the conclusion of the meeting, a lunch was served. The next meeting will be Feb. 27th at the Mark Bacon home with Rosemary as hostess. Visitors present at the meeting were Mrs. Roy Budlong, Miss Ellda Friest, of Bancroft, sister of Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. Ray Miller, 4-t| county commltteewoman. An Invitation Is extended to any girl between the ages ot 12 and 21 to come to the next meeting if she desires to become a member. Mrs. H. A. French Is 111 with the flu this week. Howard French was sick all last week with the flu as was also Patricia Ball. Joan Boyken, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boyken, northeast of town, has recovered from the flu and is up b-it cannot be out doors yet. She has been III for over a month. In honor of her birthday nnd 21 members of the S. M. K. club wore guests. Ice cream and cake nnd candy were served. Doctor Promoted Titonka: The many friends of Dr. Lawrence B. Hanson will be glad to lenrn of his promotion to surgeon in the CCC at Lewiston, Idaho, where he and Mrs. Hnnir.n will soon move. Mrs. Hnnsen was Lena Callles, daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. Robert Cnlllcs. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. 25th Anniversary For Sam Winchells Portland: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winchell were greatly surprised Tuesday noon wlien 24 of their neighbors came to help them celebrate their silver weeding anniversary. The anniversary was Christmas eve but the party had been postponed, owing to illness in the neighborhood. A delicious dinner brought by the guosts was enjoyed by everyone. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlnchell were presented with a lovely set of snlnd forks. Nelsons Hostesses The radio and work meeting was held at the Nelson Bros, home west of town recently with the Misses Nellie and Julia Nelson and Mrs. Miller Nelson co-hostesses who composed the Americanism committee. A short business session was held with Mrs. M. S. Craven presiding. A short program featuring Washington and Lincoln followed. A delicious lunch was served to 14. Mrs. R. L. Krantz was In Algona Friday. Raymond Bonacker made a business trip to Mason Qlty Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petersen spent Sunday with friends at New Hampton. Mrs. Leo Marks of Eldora Is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Miller Nelson. Miss Sarah Higby of the Buffalo consolidated faculty, spent the week end at her home in Cedar Falls. Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson were called to Gowrie Thursday to preach the funeral sermon of a friend. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Craven of Omaha; NeU., came by auto on Thursday evening to visit at the M. S. Craven home over Sunday. Raymond Heifner was in Des Moines last week where he took and passed his examination for the navy. He Is waiting to be called. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell of Buffalo Center came Monday afternoon to visit about two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wii; Schram and family. Mrs. J. Luther Miller and Mrs. Will Ricklefs, Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs. A. M. Peterscn, Mrs. Oscar Miller and Miss Ruth Miller were Mason City guests Friday. Miss Anne Sonnenberg Is visiting her parents at Holland, Iowa. Miss Sonnenberg will be awny for two weeks. Mrs. Guy Bruns is assisting at the Sonnenberg store. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk have rented rooms In the W. J. Denton home until they can make other arrangements. It is reported he will be in the employ of Hiram Buckholdt. They expect to move here the coming week. Titonka P. T. A. To Meet Monday Nite Titonka: The monthly meeting of the Parent-Teachers' association will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the assembly room of the public school room. After the business routine the following program will be given with Mrs. Downs announcing: group folk games, first grade; music, second grade rhythm band; minuet, fourth and fifth grades; talk, "Character Education" Mrs. Lee Wolfe; pageant, "Founders' Day," commemorating 40 years of service, 14 P. T. A. members. There will be the usual birthday "ake and the birthday gift to the extension fund. 10th Birthday; Party Hostess Lakota: Gretchen, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop, celebrated her 10th birthday, Thursday evening with a party at her home and the following attended: the Alvln Rippentrops, the Everett Rippentrops, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Telcamp and the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking. Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church parlors she was treated to a surprise party Mrs. Geo. Bonacker Is Club Hostess Titonka: The Woman's Study club met Thursday evening at the George Bonacker home, with Mrs. R. C. Ball presiding. At the business session the club named a committee to meet with members of other clubs to assist in forming u plan to secure a rest room to present to the city council. Mrs. Craven was leader of the lesson subject, "Budgets, Accounts and Intelligent Buying" by Dr. of Family Finance. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher read an article on Benjamin Franklin. Refreshments were served during the sociul hour. Fourteen responded to roll call. To Raise Money For School Band Titonka: Mrs. R. L. Krantz, president of the Band Mothers club, calls attention to a white elephant bale the. club expects to hold in the near future. If you have any pieces of furniture, cooking utensils, dishes, toys, clothing, in fact anything you have discontinued using, but too good to throw away, please donate it to the Band Mothers' Club. left Monday for Langworthy, Iowa, to attend the funeral of the two former ladies' uunt. Mm. Mary I'oppv, who died Friday. Latent report received by Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dyer, concerning their S.OH, Willis, who is a senior ul the luwu. University, at luwa City, in that he ia still in tho University hobpitul where ho Iws been since Jun. 5th, when he was tukeii ill with the ilu. He in now recovering from ti vinu* operation. GUARANTEED PEERLESS COAL is easy to fire. No smoke ... no soot... no dirt... BUT a maximum of clean, healthful Heat! Botsfords have a corps of competent service men who are at your command to see that you get the utmost of economy and comfort from Peerless Coal Call us today if you are not getting what you deem the proper amount of heat from your coal. ORDER NOW Be sure of getting prompt delivery by ordering your needed amount of coal today. Don't wait for extreme cold weather and then to be caught short when heat I* so precious. Prompt Delivery Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25(> Jim Pool iJlllllillilllillilllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH • I Public Sale • • S^i^i^i^«^i^«^i^i^»^i^i^i^i^i^»^»^^i^i^«™ilS^i^i™S^i^i^§^i^iMi^S^i^M§JBB§l§^i^iB^BJS^B^B^B^B^i^i^i^B^i^i^i^i^B^i^B^B^B^BMS^B^BMB^Bll^^^H§^B^BB§;§^B^BBS^B^BJ • • : As I am moving to Minnesota I will offer for sale the following described : property on the farm 2 miles west and 1', \ miles south of Ijancroft, 4Vi miles : north and li,j miles west of Hurt, 3 miles east and S'/u miles north of Lone • Rock, on • • | Monday, February 8 3 HALE TO HEGIX AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH ON GROUNDS 16 Head of Horses 6 One black mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1500; black horse 9 yrs. old, wt. 1600; coming 2-yr.-old black colt; and coming 2-yr.-old roan colt. • 22 Head of Cattle 22 Seven milch cows, to be fresh soon; 15 head of steers and heifers. 120 Head of Hogs 201 Nineteen Hampshire brood sows, vaccinated, to farrow in Mar.; Hampshire boar. Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere tractor, Model A, 1 year's use; John Deere plow, 16-in.; cultivator for John Deere tractor; John Deere grain binder, 8-ft., nearly new; Mc- Conuick-Deering corn binder; McCormiok-Deering corn planter; 10-ft. McCormick-Deering disc; 8-ft. Osborn disc; McC'ormick-Deeriug endgate seeder; Mc-Corinick-Deering grass mower, nearly new; 6-section drag and cart; John Deere gas engine, l\<, h. p.; feed grinder; Mc-Cormick-Deeriug manure spreader, nearly new; Emerson gang plow, 14-in.; sulky plow, 16-in.; 2-row cultivator, McC-Deering; 2-row corn picker, John Deere; 3 wagons; hayrack and truck wagon; hog waterer and hog feeder; feed bunk; hog chute; set of tools; 2 sets of harness; 1'2 collars, all size; li').\'J brooder house, used one year; Simplex brooder stove; 1000 bu. seed oats,Russian grain; 60 bu. seed corn, Long John Red yellow dent; some household goods. TKK.MS: Cash, or see your banker. MIKE A. HEIDERSCHEID t'OLWELL BROS., Aucts. . L. ( 01TON, Clerk

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