The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. April 15,1937 North East * Kossuth MRS. H. A. FRENCH TAKES OFFICE AS NEWHEADOFTITONKAP.T.A. Officials For Coming Year Elected, Installed on Monday Titonka: At the regular meeting of the P. T. A. unit of Buffalo consolidated. Monday evening, officers for 1937-38 were elected and installed. They are; president. Mrs. Howard French: vice president. Mrs. George Bonacker; secretary. Miss Doris Amundsen; treasurer, Mrs. R. L. Krantz. Reports of the North Central district meeting at Mason City March 19th, wore given by Mrs. R. C. Ball and Mrs. M. S. Craven. The unit I voted to cooperate with the Wo-1 man's club and Legion Auxiliary in helping to beautify the grounds around the water tower. Reports were given by the junior government class on a visit to DCS Moines. Russell French reported on the visit to the senate, Clarice Falk to the Des Moines Register, Harriet Schram, the Historical building. Ruth Welhousen. Drake Observatory, and a Huber boy on the Municipal building. The program committee announced a skit, "Stuffed Owls" by teachers, Dorothy Weaver. Delmar Henderson, Margaret Lee. Clarine John- 1 son, Sara Higby and Mrs. H. A French, which was well received Miss Elizabeth Inman of Bancrof gave a humorous reading. Mrs Harold Miller, violin and Lloyd Miller, trumpet, accompanied b> Mrs. Ray Miller on the piano, gave two musical numbers. Study Club Guest Day At Titonka Titonka: The Titonka Woman's Study club observed annual guest day Thursday evening April 8th, by being hostess to the Doan Woman's Study club of 12 members, *• «n. ^uu 8e LUBL ner aaugnters Miss Hnzel Budlong and Mrs. Em- nus band's brother had passed away »...- Ol i *•• * ..... flTlfl \VnillH hp V»1lt-ifl«1 _C!iinr4nvt «*• T A Two Deaths Hit Family in Week Titonka: Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy Paul rind Minnie, were at Rodman visiting at the home of her brother, Elmer Erickson, and family, Friday when the EHcksons received a message to come to New Hampton that the brother's wife's mother had passed away. When Mrs. Kennedy returned home on Saturday she received a message to come to Fort Dodge that her daughter's ory Stewart. Mrs. Lee Wolfe wa leader of the lesson. "Present Da Trends in Interior Decoration" am "Making the Living Room Live. Mrs. C. A. Hoon sane two num hers Accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Stewart. A two course lunch con was served by the social committee with Mrs. R. C Ball pouring. The unit voted to help with the community picnic Alay 20th. A large crowd was in attendance This was the last meeting of the year. Lunch was served by a committee. Mrs. Emma Heifner has been ill the past week with an attack of flu. Miss Ardith Nauman had as her guest over the week end Clayton Schriner from Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast visited their son. Milton and family Sunday at Coulter, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Inman of Bancroft attended the meeting of the P. T. A. Monday evening. Mrs. Ed Zwiefel, who was injured in a car accident recently, is recovering slowly from the effects. Miss Hazel Budlong returned to Hampton Sunday afternoon, after •pending her spring vacation at home. Hev. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson attended an Epworth League rally six o'clock dinner Monday evenine in West Bend. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball attended a Banquet and meeting of the district veterinarians at Clear Lake Friday evening. A boy was born to Mr. and Mr.s. James Hansen at Hutchins, Thursday, April 8th. Mrs. Hamon was Caroline Callies before her marriage. Mrs. Anna Hansen and granddaughter, Patty Callahan of Es- therviile returned to their home on Sunday after a week's visit at the M. S. Craven home. The birthday club met with Mis' Tillie Falk Friday evening, April Oth, observing her birthday. Eight were present for the entire evening, two more coming for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Stewart moved Saturday from rooms in the Mrs. Falk home to the rooms in the A. M. Petersen building, recently vacated by the Ingebrelsons. Mrs. R. L. Krantz, accompanied by Afiss Margaret Beck, fifth grade teacher and Miss Dorothy Weaver seventh grade teacher, left immediately after school Friday for Sioux City, where on Saturday afternoon Mrs. Krantz, the guest of her daughter, Fern, attended a tea given by the Phi Beta .sorority at Morningside College. She also was ntr daughter's guest at the Mothers and Daughters' banquet held at 7 p. m. They were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. Stephen Oe- Vnea, former residents of Titonka Mrs. Krantz reported that Mrs De- Vnes had been in a car accident m February causing her to spend two weeks in bed »t the hospital und three more after she wtr.t home At present Mrs. DoVries has recovered. Miss Weaver's parents came to Sioux City for her anil she spent bunday with them at Aluvillr Shu drove her car home. Miss Berk spent Sunday with friends she stayed with while attending Morningside college. Ail returned home U n Sunday afternoon. § Grant News J &®&ycf&&&y&^^ Arlene Hammond spent the week end at the Hollis l?o,idle home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dorsey and children visited Sunday at the Fred Dorsey home in Ledyard. Mil. and Mrs. Otto Kelly and children visited Sunday at the Jake Kelly home at S«va City. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Pederson of Kiester, Minn., visited Sunday at the Andrew Pederson home. Floyd Colwell and children were Sunday dinner guests at the J. J. McDonald home in Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and their children visited Sunday afternoon at the Leonard Mino home. W. C. Nelson and Mrs. Hicks and son. Bobby took Mrs. Nelson and would be buried Sunday at Lc- high. Mrs. Kennedy and son, Homer attended, returning Sunday evening. to Rochester, Minn.. Sunday. Swen Tjensvold and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Enokson home in Armstrong. Merwin Read, L. J. Read and son. Kenneth of Lyle. Minn., visited Monday at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar and son, Sidney of Ledyard. were Sunday visitors at the Martin Tokheim home. Mrs. Henry Selberg and daughters Norma and Ramona, spent the iveek end at the John Lutter home n Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kluget and BRIDAL SHOWER LEDYARD, BED Mrs. Lawrence Pingle, Ruth Jones Honored At Gathering Ledyard: Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and tfrs. Lawrence Mayne entertained at miscellaneous shower in hono >( Mrs. Lawrence Pingle and Rut 'ones. Besides the members of th club. Mrs. Harold Clark am. Irs. Albert Looft of Bancroft. Mrs N. A. Pingle and Mrs. Margare Looft were guests. Games wer played and then the ladies of hono hunted for the hidden gifts guidei by rhymes written on slips of oa tEDYARD TWP. F. B. DISCUSSES FARM PROBLEM Ownership and Tenancy Subjects Heard At the Telcamp Home Lakota: Ledyard township's gen eral farm bureau meeting was held Friday evening at the J. E. Tel camp home north of town. A good crowd was present nnt he following program wns given: group singing; scripture and prayer, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb; piano solo Gertrude Wortman; talk on the CCC Camp Work and Regulations, by Edwin Krekow, engineer of the camp at Bancroft; I. F. B. F. Referendum on Farm Ownership and Tenancy Proposal was presented for discussion by County Agent Brown. Each question was discussed and a vote taken for or against and a record made on the blanks. home. The program was ns follows: roll call answered by lines and spaces of the F cleft; pinno solo, Dorothy Schroeder; vocal solo, Ruby Daniels accompanied by her brother, Donald; piano solo, Gretchen Rlppcntrop. Senior Class Work The seniors have started work on their play entitled "Tiger House", which will be presented soon. Dr. Earl E. Roadman, president o Morningside College, Sioux City will deliver the commencemenl address May 18 in the school and Uorium. per Girl at Lloyds Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd Thursday. April 8th. n T-'i pound girl. They have one other child, a boy. daughter, Phyllis and Barbara of Swea City visited at the Wm. Barg- home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel and ions, Darold and Floyd, visited on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Martha '"label in Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusson and faintly visited Sunday afternoon at the Frank Magmiisson home in East Chain. Mrs. Harvey Graham and children of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. -ouls Spcicher of Fairmont visited Sunday at the William Spcicher "" Edmund McCarvillo, Imo Mc- -nll, Mike Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis of Moorland, vis- ted Sunday afternoon at the Floyd Colwell home. Hebron Twp News Ni-w ItrootliT House Ed Simser is building n new brooder house for Ed Miller of galvanized steel. He <ilso built one for Mr.-j. Ida Jordahl. Shower Thursday A miscellaneous shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Olen Larson on last Thursday night at the Zion church parlors in Rake. A soil conservation meeting was week. Achieve Perfect School Attendance Ledyard: Following is the list of pupils in the grades who had perfect attendance the fifth six weeks' Fust, Eugene Meyer, Merrill Ploeger, Eldon Dortje and Betty Jorgenson; 2nd, Eu-eiie Blome Marilou Countryman, Doris Hstle Helen Johjuon, Hubert Jurgensori' Norma Logemanu. Nordein Strand Geraldine Suihvan: 3rd, LeRoy Busch, Wm. Countryman, \\-rnon Darnell, Arnold Dontje, Vernon Haag, Merle Haag, Delores Koesl- ler, Omar Reece, Margaret Yahnke, Ophelia Gonzalez; 4th Lois Black, Beverly Koestler. Mureen Poppe, Arlene Troff, Catherine Sullivan, Evelyn Meyer, Jimmy Reece Thomas Garry, Duane Kotstler; 6tfa, Beatrice Siefert, Frances Yahnke, Arva Berhow, John Dontje Reuben Johnson, Edwin Dontje' Walter Scott, Marjorie Weaver, and Darlene Haag; 6th, Delores Mayne, Kenneth Reece, Amorita Johnson' Ellen Laaba, Ruth Priebe, Edwin' Pugsley; 7th, Wilma Busch, Marjorie Gubel, Gordon Matzener, Dorothy Risk; 8th, Delores Gelhaus, DoVere Smith and Dun Puglaey. Fred and Otto Boehm spent last Sunday with their mother. Sam Winters spent last Sunday at the John Winter home. I-ola Hayward has been on the '-he sick list the past week. Mrs. E. M. Thompson visited with L,illie Nelson Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Beatrice Osland and Opal spt-rit last Thursday at the Orville Lurried], I.illie Nelson was a supper guest at the E. M. Tnompson home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G,rar Frandle and family spent last Friday shopping in Albert Lea. _ -Mrs. Adrian If tusUin spent lust Saturday aftcrnuuii with Mrs. Hcr- •iiie Thompson. Miss Hilda Johnson and her father were Sunday evening guests of John liadje. Mrs. Selmer Matlieson assisted Mr.s. Neis Matheson with canning meat last Tuesday. Ardale Frandle spent last Friday visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Clarence Haveland. Mrs. William Bochni and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs. iioyU Tieclen. Mr. and Mri. John Badje arid family visited .Sunday afternoon at the Carl Johnson home near Liik- ota. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin visited Tuesday night at the Oscar Krandk-a. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Matheson and family and Miss Agnes Haug- tn spent last Wednesday night at the Oscar Frandlea. Guests at the Oscar Frandlea last Sunday for dinner were Mrs C. Lcgricd, Burnild, Thrt-n and Russel. Clifford uud Doris Eifson Jap Dohlman and Mr. und Mrs Paul Klippin K . Mr. and Mr*. Oacar Heetland and baby of Woden. Mr. and Mra E G Larson and Ella Mae of Basic Grove aud Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Quam and Otto were Sunday supper guests at the Adolph Oswald home. George Dunn of Thompson wns here Saturday on business. Jack Johnson of Algona called at the George Hagge's Friday. Mrs. Orvillc Anderson returned to her home in Des Moines Monday. The Albert Loofts of Bancroft were Sunday guests at the W. E. Wiemers. The V. A. Barretts were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Moul- tons, Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers of Lakota visited at the parental Fred Junkermeiers Sunday. The Raymond Wilcox family of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the parental Richard Zielskea. Walter Dutton of Blue Earth and Fred Richter of Elm ore called at the George Hagge's Sunday. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson of Radcllffe and son. Fred, spent Sunday at the L. W. Wiemers. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Mr. Wiemer. Mr. and Mrs. George Worden ol Dows and daughter visited Saturday and Sunday at the Leon Word- ens. The men are brothers. The Edward Halversons, the Peter Johnson and Mrs. Anna Kall- asted attended the funeral of a relative at Dell, Minn.. Monday. H. D. Mayne took his wife and Wallace down to Mrs. Mayne's sister, Mrs. F. A. Barhite at Alden Tuesday night. She went down to help her sister prepare for their parents' wedding anniversary. Sunday guests at the Edward H.Uverson.t were: Mr. and Mrn. Lennis Quam, Frost Minn..; Miss Sarah Mohn, Mrs. Lena Thompson, Selma and Clarence Thompson, all of Blue Earth and the Carl Hal- vursons of Rake. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Tingle Sunday were: Mrs. Pingle's molher, Mrs. Margaret Looft, her sister, Mrs. Orville Anderson of Dea Moines, her uncle and wife, the Peter Loofts of Swea City, Mr', and Mrs. Fred Miller and Chris Miller of Los Angeles, California. The Henry Pattersons and Mrs. Sarah Patterson drove to the Bert Pattersons north of Swea City, on At Kin'.* Funrrnl Mrs. Harry Mussman accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kiester. Mrs. D. C. Kiester and Mrs, Charles Anderson, Elmore, t Eagle Grove. Wednesday, to atteni the funeral of her uncle. Frank Paine, 73 years old. who passe away last week Monday. Mr. Paine was a former superintendent o schools in Goldfield. but had been farming the past few years. Visit In Waterloo Frank Lewis and son. Lawrence spent part of last week at Waterloo visiting and Mr. Lewis reports that his son. Virgil, who has had a position on the Daily Courier there for the past seven years, has been promoted to a positon on the Associated Press at Denver, Colorado, ind is moving there this week. They spent Wednesday nght here visiting he home folks enroute to their new home. Is Gueat Preacher The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking drove to Jewell Junction Sunday morning and the Rev. Frerking reached there, returning In time or the evening service. Virgil mith filled the local pulpit for the morning service. Claus Daniels HosU The S. M. K. club met Saturday . . fternoon at the Claus Daniels The Emory Smiths were Sunday visitors at the Otto Koppens. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley spent Sunday with Mrs. Worley's mother In Mason City. A successful Market Day sale was held at the Pringle sale yards Saturday afternoon and everything sold at good prices. Mrs. Maude Hamilton and Mrs. ^oonie Roelfsemn attended Eastern Star at Buffalo Center last Thursday where they were on the serv- ng committee. Ed Rahmstock. who has been in a veterans' hospital in Des Moines since last November, where he was taken following ,a hip fracture, came home Saturday via train. He Is now able to walk with the aid of crutches. Mrs. Henry Patterson was drawn for jury duty for the April term of court. She spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday there, then all jurors were excused until Wednesday of this week, when they will again report. Norman Frerking and Virgil Smith drove home from Dubuque for a week end visit with their respective families. Norman filled the pulpit at Burt Sunday in the absence of their regular pastor, who is at Henry. South Dakota. The boys returned to their school duties Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, who have spent the past two nonths with a cousin, Harry Warburton, in Illinois, drove home last week, arriving here Saturday noon. They report much rain in Illinois. and no work being done in the iclds. They saw many at work n the fields in eastern Iowa and arther south. The senior Christian Endeavor ntertained the Rev. and Mrs. Carlon and 30 young people from the Algona church at an athletic party at the Presbyterian church par- ors Friday evening. Entertainment was in the form of a track meet with 73 attending and lunch was crved. It proved a very enjoy- Lakota Oil Man Changes Location Lakotni Arthur Ogren recently resigned his position as manager of the Standard Oil Station and Victor Thaves now has that position. Mr. Ogren is building nn oil station just north of the railroad on the corner of the Leslie farm and will handle Phillips 66 products. New Lakota Cold Storage Plant Opens Lakota: The fiand opening 01 the Thaves cold storage plmit and locker system was held Inst week J'Yi'cJfty and Saturday. A representative of the Krlgldalre company «as present to explain the working of the system. 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The modern electric range saves food, time and effort Electrify cook, without watching, waiting, or basting, even while you are miles away " th Modern water heating is done easily, chpealy, and effectively by electricity. A*k at the City Hall how you can have an electric water heater on the low water heating rate. Many Algona families are now enjoying hot water day and night winter and summer, through use of an electric water heater. See one on at the Advance Cooking School. Many Models on Display at the City Hall, Algona, Iowa

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