The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1930 · Page 5
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01TOSENNANWAS KILLED NEAR BODE Party Committees for Country Club. ' ft* Moiiies-Sepublicaii. Ma* 14.1930 i the tfae evening for vHfig, May 22nd— Mr Mrs. M. i>. Weajwsr, chairmn, Mr.' re & 5' ^origan, Mi-, and * fiuch A fiafl . J - W. Haggard, Mr. ftfid Mrs. Albert . . , osen Painter, was fatally Injured when struck by a west bound Chicago, Rock Island freight train two miles west of Bode at eleven o'clock Monday night, fie died at his home In ottosen several hours ter. Marchant was walking east along the railroad tracks and Was struck by train No. 923 going west toward ottosen. A front truck wheel of the locomotive passed over both MarcHant's legs, sev other. His that h VV M&pclmiit Struck by Train on lock Island Railroad Tracks, ftid Mrs. o. F. Towne atS pHS. C wai~ lams. w *^esday Afternoon. May afth-Mrs, T. ft Hatrlngton, chairman, Mrs. j. T. ChrtechU es, Mrs. ft j, Murtftgh, Mrs H. E. Klst, Mrs. W. O, Dewei, Mrs. h, ~, - I J ' Fi Overmyer. Was Walking to Bode to Sec«*e Help .Tuesday Evening, June 3rd-Mr. and to Start car. Was a^ fe £ VfflMTSrJS' M£ ' Age, , I P. J. Chrlstensen, Grace Kotiba, Vera Kouba, Lucia Wallace and W, Scott I Hanna, Bode Bugle: B. V. Marchant Ottosen L^ d « y ******* June nth-fir, and ^i... J?-^.... \ ^arcnant, ottosen (Mrs. L. 0. Nugent, chairman, Mr. and Mm Milton Norton,) Mr. and Mrs. ^ d * K f n ui Ma*" 1 ? Wehler, Huldah Moe, and Leighton Mlsbach. Tuesday Afternoon, June 24th—Mrs. T. H. Holmes, chairman, Mrs. W. T. tot** " ~~ " •""°* e " "uure Daughan, Mrs. W. P. French. Mrs I8ter> ?arry oodden, Mrs. S.'B. French, Mrs. M. J. Keneflck, Mrs. R. E. Vincent. Tuesday Evening, July Ist-Mr and Mrs. A. K. Cliff, chairman, Ruth Stokes, H. M, Smith, Roy McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nelson. Tuesday Afternoon, July 8th—Mrs. T. L. Larson, chairman. Mrs H R Cowan - —— -twit.** MCAuie mr— r *-. **"**"*"t *mo. xi. XT., ixiwan, him as, except f6r Mrs> **• Ol Nemmers, Mrs. C. F. Lath- was clear of the wads rth 8 ' J> Baokus> Mrs ' Henr y Tuesday Evening, July 16th—Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert, Vera Ogren, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, L. C. Hanson, Louise Magnussen, Victor Parsons and Alvln Huenhold. A? th e C when found ,« . ce a may have stumbled and fallen before fh« fnstaeer stated that he but th , afc Jt was ** "*£ 1como "ve. He brought beyond afew , , ^reliant lay and with of his crew placed him In the caboose and took him Into Ottosen Marchant was taken from theOhl- statlon * °ttosen to dled nw o clock the next morning. was conscious until half an hour his death but suffered a had paralyzed him and numbed his senses, Dr. W. M. Shipley of Ottosen who was called, reported. "Relieved that Marchant was £P* Bode ta searc h of some- to help him start his car which had left with two small ffito to road No - 9° west Bergum ' a farmer v- miles southeast of ottosen who rod tr«n a Waed U P th e road tracks a few minutes before. Search for Marchant. anrt ?J° U ^ lfc the children here and called Mrs. Marchant. Mrs. Marchant came to Bode with three men huston? 6 S?*^* 0 hel ? Search for ^ SJf uu«. She then returned to Otto- een with the children and the men began the search for Marchant. As they 2S? sea f° hln *' they approached the fi . when this was done the men rode toto Ottosen on the freight. ^ j- and Mrs. Marchant and their five ;<fran^jaents*S: " • Marchant 'Is survived W hls-widow- flve children, his parents, fourbrotoera John, Homer and Harold of Rolfe, and George of Des Molnes; and three sisters, Mrs. George Shrenberger, Mrs Clarence Smoot and Mrs. Florence Jel- wy of Rolfe. •--—tf »*»«^»A*w»*, uuuy 22nd—Mrs. n, M< ^ alla ; ce> chairman, Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. J. O. Paxson, Mrs. K. D. He wTuiu 1 ^. Wl E> Kaln and Mrs - J Tuesday Evening, July 29th—Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. F. o. Scanlan, June Corey, John Haggard, Dr. H. M. Olson, O. W Ni- coulln, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson. • _ Tuesday Afternoon, August 5th—Mrs. s. E. McMahon, chairman, Mrs. M. J. Poole, Mrs. F. H. Seller, Mrs. F. D. Mathes, Mrs. A. D. Burtls, Mrs. A. L. Rtet and Mrs. O. A. Momyer. Tuesday Evening, August 12th—Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz, Harlem Lacy, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt and A. L. Cunningham. Tuesday Afternoon, August 19fch— Mrs. J. L. Bonar, chairman, Mrs. Ju- Uus Kunz, Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner, Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. C. H. Tayler and Mrs. E. A. Evans. Tuseday Evening, August 26th—Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. D H Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom Edith Welter, Delia Welter, Hazel Po?-' ter^Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson Tuesday Afternoon, September 9th— S^an G. Barry, chairman, Mrs. ^Wehler. Mrs. F. O. Zender! Mrs. """ """ " • D. Adams, chairman, . .*. Sorensen, Mr. and , -_.-._oon, September 23rd— TO~~»~A •& Cretzmeyer, chairman, Mrs. *•• BT - <&*£? w : T,pS.MS: ATTORNEYS AT LAW T. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON - ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Blk ALQONA. IOWA. J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA STATE BANK „.__.- , IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS . Officers: W. B. .QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon „„ L, E. Unnan SULLIVAN, MCMAHON A LINNAN . ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA. IOWA. E. J. VAN NESS * O. W. STOLMAN I LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone ais^w Algona, Iowa | L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building, Phone 180 .ALOONA. IOWA. '' Oaylord D. Shumay Edward D, Kelly SHOMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW i Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa PhoneeS. I H. E. Rlst, President d( T. a Wadsworth, First Vice Prert- de?t. S> Bucnanai >. Second Vice Presl J. McEvoy, Asst. Cashier * 2 8sa&,faaai& T o A Directors: ~ ~ M? J-H-Wadswortfc O. S. Buchanan DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST ?d over Chrlstensen Store. SKELLY STATION YOUR MONEY BUYS GOOD OH GQOfi_SERVICi •v, '•u J»j <7 j »?r.'*^ more than good gasoline, or good or both, at a Skelly Station. When yon ronize us, we feel you also pay for courteous, alert, efficient service. This word "service" is so important in the Skelly organization that 22,000 words are necessary to completely outline Skelly service instructions to Skelly men. Not only must the service look to be good but it must be good. Speedy attention to the radiator, careful testing and inflation of all tires, and cleaning windshield with sponge and chamois are a few of the Skelly serv- Ices you see and know about Be- 10 toe scenea I 6 the detaaed"^.^,,.™,,, Hudy neccessaiy before a service mail „ ^ capable 9 f property lubricatiiig and greMimr your car. " , ' " • It is in the attention given oil «md grease jobs that Skelly men, because of detailed traimnir truly excel. Each station has complete instruction charts to follow on grease jobs for every car-yours included-and your Skelly service man, through experience and atudy, has a thorough knowledge of your car before you drive in. Learn to enjoy Skelly service-but especially test us oh oil and grease jobs, where training and proper instruction count tbe most. SKELLY OIL COMPANY <' < • &' i j^ I" '"'^K t ,. PHYSIOJAN8 & SURGEONS THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phone 850 KENEFIOK & OBAWFOBD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones: Pr. Keneflch, 87 ., Dr. Crawford, iu O. H. CRETZMEYER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Glasses Fitted Office In J. Qalbralth Block. Residence one block east and one block south of office. No calls made after 8:30 p. m. ALGONA, IOWA. QgkejPhone, 510. Residence, <44. WALTER FRA8ER, M. D. PHYSICIAN .AND SURGEON Office w Quinby Building. No. 14 PhonT Np, 13 ALOQNA. IOWA. DB, W. D, ANDREWS. tor, NOM and Throat VW H«b Rccrentlon OUtc* 197, Residence, 888. AWKWA. IOWA- DR. p. E, WALLEY Osteopathio Physician and Surgeon Located over Zender & CaldweU's Clothing Store. Phones-Office 79. Residence 657-w ALGONA, IOWA. INSURANCE. CITY PROPERTY LOANS FARM LOANS CUNNINGHAM * LAO* L. M. MERRITT ^n AI.OQNA, IOWA. VETEBINARIAN. ALOONA, IQWA. «,«"£:.„" j"*~;":r w "'. ^ conjunction with the board of directors have made great Plans for the 1930 season at the Country Club, conditions that have hindered the use of the Country Club exist. We no longer have the bad°nfad proposition to contend with and new features are being considered by the committee and board of directors with the whole idea of making this the biggest year ever at the Country Club. Whether or not this is aecomplf ' depends entirely upon the member „ ^ poS'le. co °P era .tlon will make pinvTh 7T"Ju~; s P eola l: The Fourth» h held their regular meeting at the home of Ardls Voight Saturdav May 3. Vivian Glaus gave a talk on —'«» and equipment and Elsie Black" on ( "Types of Drsesses to Wear I jprie' «= y . < .«. M ^f? e Wetobrpfl and Mar* A at Ames some time in The leader, fourteen meinbers ad two visitors were present. Refresh' C«p»eHy for „.„, Forwrly It frag acc^ptea that the apex of mental receptivity wa« passed somewhere arounU tbe ag« of twenty Educators now agree that odults learo more easily, with more Interest and greater profit titan do children, The club plans repair served In the afternoon. Organize Data on Noii-Resident Cases. TAGOLEJVE OIL THAT STANDS ABUSE ^ SKE^LLY REFRACTI01VATED G A S O L 11\ E m S K E^L L Y All 0>l \ V GASOLINE man of a committee to organize the material from the questionnaires which were previously sent out to county auditors all over the state. The auestion- tnha * es were distributed to fMrt how w« P hS5? 8 H 0 ', the no »-resident easel were handled, in various places. Es- F«fL T er ' soclal welfare worker at Estherville and Elsie Parker who is in charge of the work at Primghar ?™ 0 SL the committee with Mrs. But-' t?t ^ l y hope to get the material into such shape as can be used as a part of the program at the meeting of the county officials in July, and will have a meeting here in the near future The non-resident persons who appeal to the county welfare worker present a perplexing problem, since thev must be a resident of the county fo7a™- tain period of time before they can be given aid, but the question of the expenses involved in returning them to -heir home county must also be cor£ sio ST. BENEDICT NEWS. wlfvi HMJ ; —«I woic m, i with Friday afternoon on business. (Crowded Out Last Week.) rotfh ~h A1 K ° seni neyer spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. John Huschka niii;"««"" . Arndorfe r and sister, Lucille were Algona shoppers on Monday. Seventeen ladies were made new society! day ° f the Holy X° S W Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daley and fam te™on. Alg ° na 8h ° Ppers Saturday'at- boys and girls of the St. ^, cuo - aminlH'nni w y ot ?, th e eighth grade examinations at Algona last Friday. Visitors Sunday evening at the hom« of Mrs. John Huschka were Mrs. J , T _•-> Mrs. J. L. Raskopf and A. ' ~ ~ iren, Ethel SSSf^TgfS S 'WaaL* 8 "^- ' and Mrs. George Olnk of - the rijlrftl s °oW work- which was held in Des Molnes a7 , and 28, Mrs. Elinor Sutton, local welfare worker, was made chair- Asjde from 12 official dinners the President of the United BtataTte no? permuted by custom to accJp? any °2 Bvta «o°8 to dinners, luncheons or 0 S er soclal events—American Magazine M l Woods - who lived Miss Lucille Simons, who has to get acquatated wth toe"? ftn ^ a ndson. This mokes the Cinks grandparents for the first time. R»t Population Of course there is 110 way to take "'™M o* the rats In the tfaffcla -. ~—™r^ wj wv/i Al iUSL I OQffmntnn LI, ± n **vl*ilU Us Is their first child S£ tes , th , 8t tl)ere a « probablj Bernard Arndqrfer and sisters. LuJ try! * anlnials ln thls

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