The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
Page 12
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The Algonm TJpp«r Dw Main* Algons, low*, KMth4,19BT North East Kossuth News LJ BURIED AT ELMORE, Buffers Heart Attack While Bringing In a Bucket of Coal Hcbrom L, J. Braftke, a ploaear of Hebron tawnattp, passed suddenly away at htar borne Monday last wee* from a heart attack. He saffered a stroke of paralysto but October aUff baa been In poor health stte* He want to get a backet oTooal and on his way baelt to'tile b*wr with «» coal he fril over. HHtPwaa called at one* to him'hi the hWM and alto-a Dontje Clan, Gerled, Has Rally; 30 There Gerled: There Was * great gathering or the Dontje clan, Wednesday eventar *t the hone o* Dick Dontje. There were about SO pre*. ent aad hadi was served at a late hoar. Thwe present w«f» the W. ICon Henry. Jr.. aad Frank Dent Jo families and other relatives. On Monday there was another gathertnf of the family, men aad their truck* and off went Dick to his new home in Guckeen. Minn. where he has rented* larger farm This Is the fiwt break In the ranks of the Dontjes and the first moving in the near neighborhood for some ratdy pa^ away 1»efOl«tli» doctor- arrived which was only about a ball an hour. Atntral services were held lasl Mttay at Khnor*. He- leaves to tOMlrti one sister of Itontvrtdeo MifM., and one brother in Norway. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin moved to' Rake last Tuesday. Ivan Sampson spent Saturday night with the FJetland boys. The children of Mrs. Wm. Boehm are' sick with the whooping cough Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent last Thursday night at the Tom BMV home. Mrs. R«sr Larson of Algona; spen a few days last week with Mrs. Cars Egesdahl. Frits and Hardy Jordan! autoed to' McCallsburg last Monday on some business and returned home the same day. Mr. and Mrs; Adrian Hauskin as- slstea Lloyd Loge in moving to a farm near Bricelyn, which the Loges recently purchased. Quite a snow storm swept this territory last Saturday and Sunday with most all roads being- blockea. Quite a number were out in it and got stuck- and" were obliged to leave Mrs. Mary Rosenau Residence I» Sold Lakota: Mrs. Mary Rosenau sold her residence last week to A. C. Blerstedt of Hurt, and they will move here when school Is out this •print;. Mrs. Rosenau has rented this home most of the time for several years and lives with her son, •larry. In the west part of town. time. Diet has spent most of his nfe here and we wish him end his family success. UJMrcars. Tom Berg arrived home last *\MU. *^^i •£ *•• • • • •»•« ..»-.--. Monday night from a trip to Norway where he went to see his aged mother, brother and sister. He says his mother Is 8C years old and Is just as spry as ever. He enjoyed tile trip very much but says he wonld not live In Norway. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elchorn and fatally, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Berg and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gehard Berg were at the Tom Berg home last Monday night and enjoyed a Wrthday patty in honor of Ray BMjhorn which was given by Mrs. Church Young People's Party Lakota: The young people of th Methodist church held their reg ular party at the J. HI Warburto home Friday evening with Doris Patterson as guest of honor as sh Is moving with her parents to farm north of Swe* City. March 1. Various games. Big Business, Lln- dy, etc. furnished entertainment and lunch was served. The boys will have charge of the March party. The girla are to airnish the entertainment with the boys planning the eats, serving them and washing the dishes. Ubbe Winter b Guest At "Stag" Ttionka: Fourteen of Ubbe Winters' friends planned a stag surprise party on him Friday evening. Those present were Tom Young and Andrew Hansen of Doan, Albert George and Miller Nelson, Andrew Peterson. Oscar Miller. John Fisher. Mark Bacon, Claire Heifner Herman TJarks, Charles Cooper, Ernest Hansen and Ray Hansen. Smear was played and at a late hour lunch was served. Mr. Winters live 5 miles north of town. Tom Berg served: A delicious lunch was Loose Plaster Strikes Woman Gerled: The Ole Gerdes family are getting settled in the cottage vacated by the Dontje family. While settling a piece of loose plaster fell from the ceiling and injured Mrs. Gerdes. bruising her hip and cutting the" Head of little Alice Dontje. Jamella Jones is laid up with an attack of Inflammatory rheumatism. Mrs. D. O. Friets and her new Valentine Day son. returned Wednesday from the hospital at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Albert Friets came from Elmore Sunday and she and her mother. Mrs. Finn visited at the W». Evans home In Swea City. On Sunday afternoon they called at the D. O. Friets home. The Tom Lynch family and their daughter. Mrs. Jack Kretybaugh of Swea City neighborhood visited at the Kelly home Thursday evening. The Lynches who still own the Kel- ^^ . __ l__ » H ITnlv- ly property are moving to Fair- Auxiliary Women Sew At Titonka Titonka: The regular monthly radio and work party of the American Legion Auxiliary met Friday at the Raymond Bonacker home, with the community service committee hostesarMrs. Lee Wolfe. Mrs. J. B. Keil, Mrs. Martha Peterson and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker. Carpet rags were sewed and a lunch was served. Mrs. Leo Marks of EUdora, mother of Mrs. Miller Nelson, and Mrs. Will Cosgrove were guests. Lone Rock Indies Win from Algona Lone Rock: The Algona independent basketball team was defeated by the local independents here on the local floor last week Wednesday evening by the score of 39 to 31. The Algona team was entertained at the Eugene Pearson home following the game. The local team won from Hurt here Tuesday eve ning with the score 62 to 31. Ledyard School Election Ledyard: Next Monday u school election. A three year term for James Welfare and Lcor Worden will be voted on and Walter Hans Will UC wuv*;w vf.m ».-— - -was appointed to fill the Into Gco HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenberg Mrs. T. I* Rowell of St Joe visited last week at the Fred Selberg borne. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand and children were shoppers at Fairmont Saturday- Miss Helen Larson spent the week end at the Vern Lund home in 3wea City. The Andrew Pederson family visited at the Elmer Ditsworth home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Anderson and son visited Sunday at the Ely Anderson home. Neighbors held a farewell surprise party for the Lester Knutson family. Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne and their children were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Zlelske home. Mr and Mrs. Walter Magnusson and daughters visited at the Peter Mataon home Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reynolds were Sunday dinner guests at the Rudy Hardt home »t Swea City. The Cyril Haag and Paul Gel- laus families of Ledyard spent Sunday at the Frank Boevers home. Miss Alava Farrington. who is teaching at Haifa, spent the week end at the A. G. Farrington home. Mr and Mrs. L. C. Richardson and children visited Sunday at the Fred Shacks home at Granada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Speicher and daughter. Evelyn of Fairmont visited Sunday at the Leonard Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson and their daughter. Mrs. Hicks and son, Bobby, visited relatives at Rlngsted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engstrom and children visited Sunday at the Mrs. Henry Shaggy home at Sher- Inirn, Minn. Miss Marjorie Barger who la teaching a Plum Creek township school near Algona, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Barger. A large group of neighbors attended a farewell party in honor of the H. L. and L. J- Read families Saturday night. The families were presented with a lamp. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Mlno home were: Mr. and Mrs. M. T Price of Sweu City, Mrs. Fred Montgomery and children of Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Rend and Henry and Evelyn KeiiJ. An oyster supper was given the junior "high boy* and the senior high girls' basketball teams at the Severt Holm home Thursday night. The group also helped Robert Holm celebrate his 14th birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the John Patterson homo included Mr. and M's F. .1 Leslie and children of Lakota Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fatterson and children of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs. Ernest Patterson and family of Swea. City. The follnwing studentu are remaining in (-Irani to linish school year: Williihvlle Logan at the Arden Reynolds home: Lemuel Read tit the Roy Mino home, and Hnrlan Johnson at the Wm. Bariser home. The following families are moving: the C. H. Blairs to the farm vacated by the Lawrence Saxons, who moved to a farm near Grnn- ada Howard Blair to a farm west of Swea City: Ralph Johnsons to the farm vacate.! by the Comers: the Jasper Steinhardts to the farm vacated by Richard Price, who moved to a frrm near Lakota: Jesse Jacobs to the farm vacated by "H. L. Reads, who moved to Lyle, Minn : Waiter Mino to the Ray Logan farm, who moved to Haylield. Minn.: James and Wal'aie Reynolds to the farm vacated by the Peters, who moved to a farm near Swea City: Carl Johnson family to the, farm vacated by Mrs. Gertude Buck: John Trow to the farm vacated by the N. H. Bolins, and Walter Heerdts who moved to n farm near V.gona: and this Paul Selbergs to a farm near Swea City. Baby Ctrrcfcs From tbe fianooK Hfcnsttto* Wnlt» Leghorn* bw* «*J2 spent In o«r effort* to ui uducie too DM* tamable. They Uw»O»-a» exnUM* lines found in higher priced eh total. A*t KMC ••' Heavy breed* from high-producing tBrMjr carefully culled and anted; MIS' |OT MS* Sexed pullets, light breed* $16.0* per M*. To» teed that you will receive 9»% wcwacy of •" Should yow not receive 90% en «w ordered w^wfll . halt the purchase prk» tof cMrtliBbetow Stop la an* see u» aa*«et * Suable fee* «Mfc For Sale Store Fixtures 1 white rotary sewing machine. 100 adjustable metal display stand* 100 metal show card stands. 500 coat and dress hangers. 5 wicker display baskets. 9 metal dress and coat racks. 5 cane seated aisle chain. 1 set 5 chairs, 3 rockers, 1 settee. 8 coat and dress forms. 2 electric fans. 5 show cases. 10 display tables, different sizes. IS interested phoae 868 or 77t. The above will be sold separately or collectively at reasonable prices. John Goeders . . . Spring Time 7s ... Brooder Time And We Are Ready With a Complete Line of HUDSON BROODERS This Line of Brooder* Is Our Choice For The Following Reason*: 1-Tlu\v have the new "Micro-Tern" valve that nssiirc Automatic temperature regulation with absolute accuracy. •_' Tlit-v have the specially designed Vulcan SI l.KNT \Vickless Burner that consumes ;ill the snot and earhon. :; Thcv arc in f"*'! c«»usuuip- f i<>n. I--They arc simple and easy to operate. ri--They arc built for years of sen-ice, iv—They arc reasonably prieed. 7_They a iv manufactured by a reliable manufacturer. We Also Are Handling the RISING- Chick Feed Again This Spring Nelson Hardware

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