The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 11,1937 North East * Kossuth Page LAKOTAND1ES WHILE VISITING; RITESSUNDAY Henry Mussman, Sr., Was 83; Born in Germany Lakota: Funeral services were held at the local Methodist church, Sunday afternoon, for Mr. Mussman, Sr., who passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Kemph, near Riceville, early Friday morning. Death was caused by cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. and Mrs. Mussman had been visiting there for several weeks and on account of weather and road conditions were unable to come home. Henry Richard Mussman was born October 9th, 1853, in Hanover, Germany. He came to the United States when 16 years of age. In 1881 he was united in marriage to Katherlne Bloss of Dysart, Iowa. They moved to Marble Rock and from there to Buffalo Center and then to Rake. For the past 23 years they have lived In Lakota. Here he managed the Farmers Elevator for several years and he also served as postmaster for six years. He was Interested in civic affairs, being mayor several terms. He was a charter member of the Masonic lodge of Buffalo Center. He has been an active member of the Lakota Methodist church since 1917. Mr. Mussman was beloved by all who knew him and will be missed on the streets of Lakota, for although 83 years of age, he seldom missed walking to the post office for the daily mail. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife and four children, Mrs. Katherine Mussman, two sons, George of Ellsworth, Minn., and Harry of Lakota and two daughters, Mrs. Tena Kempf of Riceville and Mrs. Rose Dow of Sheffield, Three children preceded him In death. He also leaves one brother In Germany, 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Mussman have made their home with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman for several years. The Rev. Nelson had charge of the services and used as his text "Enoch walked with God, and he was not, for God took him." A male quartette composed of George Ennen, Jerry Heetland, Jerry Ukena IN GOOD OLD DAYS Union: Pioneer days of Union Mothers and Daughters club meetings were recalled recently in a paper on the club's history presented by Mrs. Minnie Sarchett. Mrs. Sarchett's historical article recalled that horse and buggy were chiefly used in getting to meetings, and that one of the women brought her young daughter, well bundled up, but the little girl nearly froze. Today the same daughter is a young lady, wearing oxfords and silk stockings, and never seems to get cold. The remark of one husband was recalled, who in the old days saw two of the ladies returning from a meeting, racing their horses and having quite a time. His wife later told him that one of the rulings of Ihe club was to have two eats and^one drink, and he remarked that evidently on that occasion the ladies had had one eat and two drinks. and I. E. Wortman sang three songs with Fern Lewis as accompanist. He was laid away in Maple Hill cemetery and the Masonic lodge had charge of services. Ledyard Town, Ladies of Farm Bureau Gather Lakota: Mesdames L. A. Nitz, Alvin Rippentrop, John Heetland and Howard Jensen entertained the Ledyard township women's Farm Bureau at the home of Mrs. Nitz, Friday afternoon, with twenty women present. Considering the condition of roads this was a good turnout. After the business meeting, Mrs. George Ennen read a paper on "Window Curtain Problems" and a discussion followed. The April meeting will be with Mrs. Anna Thllges. Friday evening, March 13, the general meeting will be held at the C O. Petersons with an oyster supper served at the close. Oerled News Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly spent Sunday in Fairmont with her brother-in-law, Roy Miller, who is in bed with heart trouble. Miss Jamella Jones, who Is ser- LEDYARD MUSIC PROGRAM GIVEN V. A. Barrett Presented Students; Grade Gives One Act Play Ledyard: A musla-program was given Wednesday, March 10th, by the music department under the direction of V. A. Barrett A piano solo "Evening Star" was presented by Beulah Loort and "Barn Dance Frolic" by the eighth grade boys, was a novelty. The seventh grade then presented a one act comedy in three scenes, "The Land o' the Slow Pokes." Following is the cast: Mammy Tibhets. an old time mammy, Wllma Busch; Daddy Henry, an old time darkey. Jean Estle; .Sambo, the laziest pick- Ininny In Dixie, Blanch Haag; Mammy Slowpoke, a witch, Connie Garry; Bobby Slowpoke, hot and hungry, Marjorie Gabel; Sissy Slowpoke, lazy and hungry, Phyllis Strand; Thlnky, a good fairy, Marjorie Mayer. , School Election At the school election Monday J. TITONKABAND GIVES PROGRAM AT P. T. A. MEET Talk On Lighting Is Sec ond Feature of Session, Monday Titonka: At the regular meeting of the Parent-Teacher unit, Monday evening, at thf public school auditorium the following program was given by the riiembers of the high school band of about 44 students rendered two selections, the mixed chorus sang two numbers, the girls' glee club sang two songs, Jacqueline Callies two solos, Irene Schmidt a piano solo from Schubert and Clark Miller played a clarinet solo accompanied by Mrs. Emery Stewart, all under the direction of the school music director, Emery Stewart. A short business session was held and the program chairman, Mrs. Homer C. Downs introduced the speaker of the evening, T. E. Roche of I. E. S., Chicago, who talked on "Study Lighting for the School and Home" and with the use of slides made his talk very instructive. Mr. Collins and a friend of Algona were In attendance at this meeting. Coffee and cake were served by the mlttee. A good crowd was pres ent. Buy* Titonka Horan Last week Friday, Lester Callies became the owner of the Maurice Han sen home in the west part of town. Mrs. Oscar Frandlc attended her uncle's sale near Bricelyn last Wed- esday. Mrs. C. O. Legried, Biirnild and Jona spent lust Friday night at the Oscar Frandles. Biirnild Legried and Oscar Frandie shredded corn for H. E. Miller ast Wednesday. Mrs. Oscar Frandle assisted her mother with meat canning a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Erickson of Trost spent last Monday night at ,he Otis Midthunes. Mrs. Adrian Hauskln and boys spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Every one who were moving around this locality were pretty busy :he first of the week. Mrs. Ole Hauskin and Maynard lously ill with an attack of inflam-1 H. Welfare and Leon Worden were matory rheumatism, ia a little better at this time and able to use her hands. Mrs. Albert Frlets of Elmore and her house guest, Mrs. Nels Frlets, of Omaha, also her small son, Neal, spent Friday In the home of Mrs. L. I. Finn. Mrs. Oleson Is seriously 111 at her home three miles south of Gerled. She has been sick with diabetes for some time and is now believed to have suffered a stroke. 40 Cars to Choose From Guaranteed and Reconditioned Make Us an Offer! NOT A SALE—But steady, day-by-day business is what counts—and not one of our Used Cars has been here over 46 days. We recondition them right, and give a 30-day guarantee on all cars selling for over $150—our prices are right-WE MEAN BUSINESS EVERY DAY. FOR.DS 1936 Coach 1936 del. touring sedan 1935 Deluxe Tudor 2-1935 Tudors 1935 Touring Tudor 1935 Deluxe Fordor 1934 Fordor, radio 1929 Roadster 1934 Del. Tudor, trunk 1933 Fordor 1933 Del. Tudor 1933 Tudor 1930 Coupe 1930 Tudor 1929 Coupe , 1929 Tudor CHEVROLETS 1930 4-door Sedan 1929 Coach Two 1930 Coaches OTHER CARS 1932 Plymouth Coach 1929 Nash Sedan TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL 1936 Ford Pickup 1935 Ford Truck. L. W. B. . (Completely reconditioned motor, excellent tires) 1935 International, L. W. B. 1934 Dodge Truck, L. W. B., Dual 1933 Chevrolet Truck 1933 Chevrolet Panel elected for three year terms to succeed themselves and Walter Hans For a two year term. Other candidates were George Hagge, Edward Halverson and Wm. Flynn. Is Critically 111 Mrs. Olaf Olson Is critically ill at this writing and her daughter, Alice of St. Paul who is a trained nurse, is here caring for her. Another daughter, Esther, also of St. Paul, came Monday. Win* Honorable Mention Miss Patricia Ball received word Friday that she had received an honorable mention for the essay she entered in the insurance contest conducted by the State Federation of Women's clubs. School Election At the school election Monday 42 votes were cast. Ernest Hansen was reelected. OTHER CAB8 TO CHOOSE FBOM Kent Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand went to St. Paul Sunday. Jack Moulton had dental work done at Burt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wlemer were at Mason City Friday. The George Thompsons visited relatives at LuVerne Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Wlemer visited Mrs. Albert Looft, Bancroft, Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Zielske and Lillian Went worth were at Lakota Saturday. Dr. Williams of Lakota was called again Saturday for Mrs. Laura Nlester. Alfred Busch and L. A. Nltz went to Des Moines Monday where the former was to have his adenoids and tonsils removed. The sewing club met at the Mrs. V. A. Barretts Monday night with Mrs. H. M. Granner and Alma Ver- io assistant hostesses. Marvel Drew is staying at the H. D. Maynea and Delores Hasaebrock at the Edward Knoners to complete the school year here. Wm. Bectyl of Buffalo Center was here Saturday and also Monday Interviewing farmers pertaining to the raising of sugar beets this year. A miscellaneous post nuptial shower was held Saturday at the Otto Engelbarts home for Mra. Elmer Junkenneler, formerly Esther Logemann. H. D. Mayne ia ill with sinus trouble. He is under the care of Dr. Egan of Bancroft. His son, Lawrence, has charge of the Standard Oil station. Asa Warner, son Gerald and Elmer Zielske were at Mason City on Saturday where Mr. Warner consulted an ear specialist as he has been losing Ilia hearing. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen is caring for the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson's infant son since Sunday. Mrs. Nelson is still at the Iowa City hospital fur medical treatment. Mrs. Dave Farrow, son Wilfred and Mrs. Blanche Jenks wore at Eagle Grove Sunday. They visited Mrs. W. A. Wright art old resident here, who at present is in poor 1 culth. Guests at the N A. Pingles and Albert Wests on Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pingle, Mr. and Mrs. George Pingle and son and Mrs. Anna Pingle, all of Fort Dodge. Alice Junkermeier and Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers of Lakota visited the ladies' mother, Mrs. Fred Junkermeier at the Mankato hospital Sunday. She underwent a major operation the previous day. Fred Bauman, Billy and Katherine and Marjorie Matzener were at the Harlan Pirgigs, Blue Earth, on Sunday. Mra. Pirsig had not been so well and Mrs. Bauman was there helping to care for her. At this writing she in much improved. The Farm Bureau Auxiliary met at Mrs. L. A, Nitz's Friday with Mesdames John Heetland, Howard Jensen and Alvin Rippentrop assisting hostesses. Twenty ladies were present and an interesting lesson explaining how to hang different curtains and draperies was presented. Hebron Twp News Mrs. Antone Pankuk spent the week end In Garner with her mother, Mrs. Myron Haskins. Mrs. Helmer Beenken and daughter, Tena, are driving a new car Mr. and Mrs. Hoff bought their old car. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruns of Buf falo Center were guests Friday a the home of their son, Guy anc family. Miss Beck's mother and sister of Ooldltold came Friday afternoon to take ner home for an over the We«k end visit. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven and daughters, Beryl and Gladyce Boggess and baby, Cara Lou, were guests Sunday at the L. L. Boggess home in Estherville. Ray Miller, east of town 01. the Whltcomb-Ball farm, was taken to Algona Saturday to the Kossuth hospital where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. Herb Winter, his son, Reginald and lady friend, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Winter of Gllmore City were guests at the W. J. Denton and C. A. Lamoreux homes recently. The Thursday bridge club met at the M. S. Craven home last week. Mrs. C. A. Hoon made high score, Mrs. Roy Budlong, low. Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs. Will Boyken and Mrs. Will Ricklefs were substitutes. Friday evening 14 members of the subordinate lodge I. O. O. F. met at the Tom Young home south of town for a social evening. Smear was played and at a late hour refreshments were served. Those present were Mark Bacon, Claire Heifner, Oscar Miller, Andrew Peterson, Clarence Cooper, Ray Hansen, John Fisher, Will Larson, Charlie Cooper, Geo. S. Hansen, Ernest Hansen and the host. LAKOTA NEWS Sales Joan Heetland Hostess Joan Heetland entertained the S. M. K. club Saturday afternoon with 17 members present. The program consisted of piano solos by Donald Daniels, Virgil Wirtjes and Dorothy Ukena and a piano duet by John and Don Wortman. The hostess served a nice lunch after tho program. Geerdes 1 Ralph Geerdes is still seriously ill at his home in the southwest part of town, but Mrs. Geerdes is much improved at this time. First Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop celebrated their first wedding anniversary last week. Beside the couple and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Tel- camp, the O. J. Rippentrops, the George Ennens, Ida Telcamp and Court Rippentrop were present at the party. Harringa Girl Better LakoLa: Little Adeline Harringa, who suffered a ruptured appendix, last week and has since been critically ill, is reported much the same but Sunday wa* able to take a little orange Juice. Elmer KnuUon began working for William Frank la*t Wednesday. H« has hired out for tie season. George Edwards drove to Mason City last Thursday and came home with a new Willys car. Mary Wirtjes. who is housekeeper (or William Otlhoff, spent last week Tuesday evening visiting at the Will Wirtjes home. Mrs. Vance Lester and son, Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen and O. J. Rippentrop were Fort Dodge shoppers, Wednesday of last week. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop anc baby spent last week Wednesday afternoon visiting Dr. and Mrs. Ball at Titonka. Cornelius Diaz and children, who live on the Charles Gutknecht farm, drove to St. Paul, Friday and brought home Mrs. Diaz the first of this week- She has been taking treatments there recently. Eppo, Rena and Gennie Johnson spent last Sunday with their sister, Mrs. John Badje and family. of Blue Earth spent last Monday at the Adrian Hauskin home. Sam Wlmor nnd family moved last Monday to the place which they recently bought from Ben Hauskin. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mathison nnd family anil Miss Agnes Haugen spent Tuesday night at the Selmer Mathisons. Mrs. Beatrice Osland nnd Theodore and Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Mathison spent last Thursday night at the John Badjes. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle nnd family attended an oyster supper at the Joe Larson home west of Buffalo Center last Wednesday night by Harm Feldick, manager of the Community Oil Co., - at Buffalo Center. All the directors and employees and families were present. Andrew Loge of near Bricelyn. formerly of Hebron township met with an accident last Monday when he was helping his son, Lloyd, move. He was crushed between n trailer and n tree. Tho trailer was loaded full of oats and started down n hill. He was crushed in the stomach. Dr. Sommers was railed and Mr. Loge was rushed to Mankato where an operation was performed. He lived until the next morning when he passed away. He leaves to mourn his wife, four sons and three daughters. Funeral was held Friday nt the Shlloh church at Elmore where he had been a member. He will be buried in the cemetery west of Elmore. Notice of Letting Sealed Mils will bo rrrrivcd nt tl\e office i>f the Comity Auditor. AlRona. Iowa, until 2:00 p. m.. March IStli. in"7. for fnvnlshli-B hrldpe material nnil culverts n* follow*: Il'O.nun hi), ft. .1"xl2"\1S' tlr plnnkIng: -lOOfi lln. ft. wood piling: -J.ono lln. ft. commuted ni.'tal culvert* nml 2000 lln. ft. concrete pipe culvert?. Kidding nlnnks and ndd- Illonnl Information mny be secured nt tho office of the county engineer, Algona, lo\va. K P. KINSBT, Mar. ,1, 1937 County Auditor. 9-10 ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON ft I.OWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA ,T. I,. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA A CLOTHING SALE (To Settle The Estate) That Challenges Comparison! — We Suits Only 15 Left In Group I Selling At Only 19 left in Group II, some of these Suits cost twice what we ask. (Worsted, Casslmere, Smart Style* $1245 ^^^ I"*,"?- C "*^^ * *" ' ** ' '"'' Boys Suits Just 14 Pairs of Boys' Knicker Suits Boy's Dress Suits A special group, all longics, variety of sizes and mighty good looking. O'Coats Believe It Or Not But Some Go At Group II includes some blue meltons, fancy patterns, smart styles for young men, only (California Weight* In Some) A Few Pair of Work Shoes $169 Left in our special event. Values to $4.50 Dress Hats 98c $2.29 Lot 1—Values to $1.95, going at Lot 2—values tit $4, going at 'Others at $2.95 to $3.79 Don't Miss This Opportunity At Misbach Clothing Co. ALGONA, IOWA How Much Will a Want Ad Cost? If you Lave something to buy, s^ll, trade or rent, or if you want something to buy, trade or rent, write you ad in the squares below, using one word in eaeh .square. Then add the total words, multiply eaeh word by two cents, and send ad with amount to this newspaper. "Want ads are read bv everybody. TIT one. Send Your Want Ad To The Algona Upper Des Moines Today \V. B. QUARTON H. \V. MILLKB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODOBE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 291 E. J. Van Ness G. W. Stlllman VAN NESS & STtLLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phone 6* L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 1M ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN80N ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bide. Office Phone 460-J Res. 818 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'MAHON * UtNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Koisuth Mut Ins. Bldg. ALQONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone 65 PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A* L. RUt over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Rem. Phone SN ALQOMA. IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. | SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-810 MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 104 OSTEOPATHS DR. a W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal dU* eases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocaine used for extraction Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DK. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GKO. D. \VALRAT1I, D. D. & GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postofflce Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL K. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 REAL ESTATE MURTAGH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone 105 VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 sheets) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and wiU make an excellent school paper. 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