The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 SWINGS AROUND NO.W.KOSSUTH Meets Newcomers, Finds Out News of Other Families (By Marie Irmitpr) Armstrong: Swede tSrickson'a gentleman cow is suffering from a slight wound in his front leg. However, he is confident he will recover shortly and be in Up-top shape in a day or two. RUM Erickson says they also have a hog recovering from a fence cut, but that's only weekly occurrence. * • • Upon arriving at Gurdefs, Sank, a son was clearing out the V-8 and he waa scared when he heard car horn. Inside Mrs. Guerdet an daughter, Nellie were found doing the Saturday home work. At Dick Fergusons farm toe lane was found rather long and treach ercus so walking was preferable Dick and his brother-in-law were fanning oats. ' At the H. Unde place I was In formed by his son, Roger, that his father was in town on business. Ctoorge Harner and his fattier were getting ready to leave for Fairmont, Minn., to attend the Oliver demonstration. At the Joe Voluner home I was Informed that Mr. was in the barn and he remarked that it's always the routine on March 1st, finding thia and placing that Mr. Vollmer is a new comer south of the community hall. Joe Kennedy waa found finishing his morning chores and doing his evening chores. He said, "There's always plenty to do in the e 1 nlng." Mr. Wubben, a newcomer near the community hall said, "He hoped the roads would get better as he still had some things to move from Britt" His brother is helping him with the work. The Mike Kennedy family was let out of scarlet fever quarantine the middle of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Detmar Thompson and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the F. Treat home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mixell and Mrs. H. M. Irmlter spent a few days in St. Paul with Irene Irmiter. Mr. and Mrs. George Harner and daughter visited Sunday at the parental Ely Anderson home near Grant Mr. and Mrs. Joe HaUman returned Monday from California where they vacationed for two months. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ortmeyer, H. M. Inniter, Axel Hansen and Coach Irene Swenson accompanied the 12 basketball players to Des Moines Wednesday morning and returned Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer returned home last week from California where they visited a few weeks with relatives. Their son. Lowell, who spent the past year there, also returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haisman and two daughters were nearly overcome with monoxide gas last week. They were returning from visiting at the parental Anton Guerdet home-and as they reached their own home they staggered and realized it was the effects of the gas. Whittemore News Mesdames Mike Mergen and Harold McDonnell and Lillian and Helen Higley were in Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kelly spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan at Emmets- berg. Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. John Weir and family of Clear Lake spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Scnmitt, Sr. Mrs. Don Sylvester and son, Don, Jr., of Sioux City, arrived here Friday to spend a week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William HlgglM, Sr. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines PHOTOGRAPHER FIGHTS BACK—Edward Pickwoad, a New York Ctty photographer assigned to cover the Joan Morvan murder story at Jamaica police station. Queens. N. Y., grapples with George Magnussen (bottom) when the latter tried to stop Pickwoad from taking pictures of his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Magnussen. and two younger brothers, as they left the police station after being questioned. A policeman and detective try to stop the altercation. Frank Magnussen. the father. is shown shielding his face. Howard Magnussen, 26, a brother of George, allegedly confessed criminally assaulting the 4-year- old Joan which resulted in her death. "THEY WANT NICKEL BEERS"—There have been .sit down strikes of all kinds but here's a new one. "What, no pretzela?" Sure, said Anton Grohar, in the white apron, owner of a tavern in Joliet, Illinois, to the buys who staged a sit-down strike when they learned that the price of beer had gone up to a dime. v l STAND UP RATHER THAN SIT DOWN—Elgin. Ill It's news when the strikers elect to stand up for a change instead of sitting down. This picket line kept :i small army of workers out of the Illinois Watch Ca.se Co. plant in a peaceful demonstration. The plant is shown in the rear. Police ilitl nut interfere with the milling pickets. •••••••••••••••• mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmat Call Us on Reliable Plumbing Needs AT Plumbing fixtures Hke every other manufacturer^ product, are climbing rapidly in price to keep pace with the raw materials which go into them. By careful searching through the markets we have garnered a splendid stock of the latest equipment which we offer at reasonable prices. 'Fake a complete inventory of the things your home needs in this line and place your order either for immediate or later delivery. OIL-aMATIC OIL BURNERS —Phone 379— G. F. Towne PLUMBING—HEATING—OIL BURNERS ¥••••1 I a? OLD FASHIONED BLIZZARD BLOCKS HKillWAlS Snow plows and workmen tight huse snow drifts in tho area miles west of Milbank. South Dakota. Telegraph pule* im!i< -u the size of the drifts. General Contracting The name of JOHANNSEN has been associated with Algona and Kossuth building for the past, 23 years. Forty Algona homes in recent years have been constructed by our organization—a record of real service and public confidence. Among those who went to Ayrshire Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Fandel and daughter, Ada, and Mildred Fandel. Annabelle Semon and Eddie O'Brien, Mary Rooney. Rose Butler, Louis Fickbohm. Father Greteman, Thomas Farrell and Earl Schmitt. Ralph B.trtlett toi.k some of the Whittemore publie -school basketball girls to Des Moines Kri.iuy to take part in the state basketball tournament at the Drake Kit-lit house. Those who \vent with Mr. Bnrtlett were l.emia Mass. Margaret Barber, Christine Keene and Viola Voigt. We Welcome a Chance to Offer Our Planning Service, or Give Estimates Without Charge on New Work or Remodeling and Repairing H. C. Johannsen, Jr. I'hon Algona, Iowa iu *

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