The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 4
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. 1 Bode and Gilbert Take Ove* Elevator. The Hum Creek Farmers filevator last week was taken oter by fiMn Gilbert nnd H. J. Bode, prominent Mum Creek township fanners and will hereafter be conducted by them as a partnership. The etev&tor has be6n tiwned by a co-operative company Whose stockholders consisted of nujst of the farmers in that locality; Hie necessary legal steps will be taken to dtesolve this company atid props* transfers made to Mr. Bode and Mr. Gilbert, who have already taken charge. Fred Pooch, who has been the grain buyer and active manager for a number of years will continue hi that capacity. Fred is a very capable man and stands well with the farmers who have dealt with him during the years he has been manager of the elevator. The elevator will now be known as the Plum Creek Elevator, the Word "Farmers" being omitted in the new title. The very best of the new standard truck scales and dump is being installed by the new owners this week and other Improvements are being made. The new truck scales and dump will handle the largest trucks, which was found impossible to do with the old scales. Farm at Livermore Sells for $150 an Acre. Gazette: Harry L. Clark has sold his interest in the old Clark home to the other heirs and will vacate the farm next March first. The farm has been rented to Bernard Fitzgerald. We understand the price paid Was $150.00 pel- acre. At present. Mr. Clarke does not know just what he will do the coming year, but we trust it will not result in his moving from this vicinity. •f -< y jfs.~ * ,•; * j.iw ,S.fjefn \ fw*, ~*-ii=t*" V - - f ,. -'f-v;' - • • ^\ .«>>--*irs BANCROFT NEWS. Kirs. H. B. Menke left for Dubuque for A few weeks' visit at her home. ,Mrs. Clarence Conlon and children ate vlsltittg with relatives at Superior this week, J. F. Kramer was called to StacyviHe Sunday by the death of his brother, Fred Kramer* Mr. and Mrs. John Menke are the proud parents of a baby girl bora Sat urday, August 23. Mr. and Mrs. John ttellman and family left Thursday for New Vienna for a Visit With relatives. Mrs. Pefferman of Beatrice, Nebraska, is visiting with her, daughter, Mrs. Raymond Miller and family, Mrs. Eugene Erlckson had her tonsils removed Monday morning, Dr. De vine performing the operation. Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Tuthlll of Cedar Falls were visiting at the home of Mrs. William Carlon last week. Miss Delores Delaney of Fort Dodge spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and family. C. L. McCoy has rented a 370-acre farm three miles from Britt and will inke possession the first of March. German Lutheran Church. Corner ; of North Wooster and East Elm street. H. Dubbe, pastor. There -will be German services on Sunday: evening at seven-thirty p. m. The Rev. H. R. Wrecke will deliver the sermon. . -* v i Mr. and Mrs. George Evans of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visited with Bancroft relatives and friends last week. week's vacation from her duties at the post office. She will attend the state fair at Des Molnes. Adam Wilhelmi and Mrs. Miller of Jollet, Illinois, are visiting at the Geo. Miller and Frank Coyne homes and with other, relatives. Mrs. Peter Becker and son, "Lawrence returned flom Mason Oity re* cently, where she had spent the past me nth with her son, Paul. Mrs. Dickinson and two daughters of Cyllndef and Mrs. Alphonse Fangman and children of Algona spent the Week end at the M. J, £>yer home. Malburga Rahe, Esther Hutchinsott, and Leona Keller returned home last Thursday from Spencer, where they attended summer school the past three months. Lawrence McKelllp of Cambridge, Nebraska, arrived Sunday for a visit at the J. P. Mousel home. His wife and son have been visiting here for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vaske and son Robert, left Friday for Elbow Lake, Minnesota, for a visit at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. John Haupert and family. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Devine and children returned home from Slgourney, re- MM. W. a. Hartisdh MS t»«de grandmother again last Week when a seven and one*half pouiid toy W born to her son, William, and wife. They are being eared for at the home of Miss Minnie Stelnman at Algotta, a sister of Mrs. H&rrlson, There,is one other child in the family and It is also a boy. cently where the past two weeks, down Thursday. family visited the The former drove Henry Jensen of Lakota purchased the house now occupied by the Jerr . . _, A . „ . . „, .Neelan family In the south part o Leander, Clarence, Adella and Lucille town o f ft Mr. Ford of Fort Dodge. Th purchased price was $1700. I WIST BEtfD N£WS, 8W&&8^^ Mrs. J. Bauman was an Emmetsburg caller on Thursday. 1 O. L. Riley and Miss Ida RUey motored to points in Minnesota Sunday. Another nice rain fell Monday night, which will help out vegetation and pas tures. Mrs. George Montag and Miss Enid Lindbergh were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Lena Seaman came Friday for a short visit. Mrs. Seaman formerly lived in West Bend. M>ss Enid Lindbergh came Friday for a visit at th-s home of her. friend, Mrs. George Vaske left Thursday for New Vienna for a visit with relatives and friends. Jake Keller purchased the house now owned by A. J. Rahe and now ^ occupied by the Lafe Simmons family. Mrs. Bridget Quinn returned hom3 from Emmetsburg Sunday where she visited with relatives the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz returned Saturday from a week's visit with relatives hi Dubuque, Bellevue and Cascade, Iowa. Miss Marion McGulre is enjoying a It Won't Be Long Now Before the cold weather will be here again and now is the time to prepare for the long winter ahead. We have a very complete line of Parlor Circulat- \, ,ing Heaters, ranging in price from $45.00 to $125.00 *fifbfit any size home. and Let Us Help You Plan Your Problem for this Coming Winter Jay Quinn, who has been workin with the Schumacher grading crew near Mallard, spent the past week vis iting at the home of his mother, Mrs Bridget Quinn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luken o Morgan, Minnesota, visited at the Henry .Naber home a few days las week. Miss Walburga Naber returned home with them for a few weeks' visit Miss Francis Berens returned home from Omaha recently where she visit- rd with relatives the past week. Ml*': lieglna Berens and Mrs. J. H. Menke Dodge Thursday to •ffiisfeGo^per Clad Week 25 to 30 ;will,y0 pjeased- to have you come in and ytpum i.u/|he'fact])iy1ptpresentative who is here/teill %ou all about 'this WORLD'S , MOST FAMOUS ' sJlange^Remember' that we are giving away absolutely free, a choice of -valued premiums with' every Copper-Clad Range that is purchased during this sale. ' We invite you to make our store your headquarters while attending our "BIGGER-AND BET-. TER THAN EVER" County Fair next week, Sept. 1-2-3-4-5. If It's Good Hardware you want, We've got it Our Motto is "Service, Quality and Price." drove to Fort meet her. Evans Carmean returned home from Leon, Iowa, and Mrs. G. W. Carmean met her daughter, Georgia, at Fort Dodge and from there they went to Des Moines to purchase stock for the Carmean drug store. John Richard and Mrs. George Richard and daughter, Jane arrived from St. Cloud, Minnesota, Monday for a brief visit at the Henry Guide and Mrs. J. H. Welp homes. Mr. Richard a brother-in-law of Mr Guide and Mrs. Welp. ; J. B. Mousel and daughter, Mrs. C. P McKellip and children of Ottumwa are visiting at the J. P. Mousel home and with other relatives and friends. They were former residents of this vicinity. Mrs. McKellip will be better remembered as Miss Agnes Mousel before her marriage. Mrs. Bridget Quinn, son Robert, and Arthur Welp returned home from Om- aba,VFriday, where they spent a few daya#. The former's son, Tom Quinn. returned home with them. He had the misfortune to hurt one ot.hiu fingers v ai}d. will, be unabje to work for some Phono 274 Hardware L. J. NELSON, Manager. Algona, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson of Plover visited with the Emerson and Foley families here Sunday. \V. E. Whiet returned from Britt on \V.'t'nesday v^-jre ne has been rioing me carpenter w-jriC. Mrs. George Montag was taken ill on Sunday and is now at the Coleman hospital in Estherville. Miss Miriam Isch returned. Friday from her visit with her sister and husband in Washington, D. o. Miss Lydia Abbott of Phoenix, Ari- w-L-a, came Saturday to, help care for her sister, Mrs. Alice Pease. Ronald Walker returned to West Bend Wednesday. He has been visit- lug relatives at Crystal take. Me. and Mrs. A. J. Jensen have moved into their new home which they recently purchased 'of E. E. Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frieden of Elkader, Iowa, visited this week at the Chas. Frieden and Allen Wirtz homes. Fritz Bleuer , and J. N. Shellmyer are spending three weeks at Badger, Minnesota, and vicinity on a fishing trip. Harvey Jacobs is the new clerk in Jensen & Bolstad store. He is taking Mr. Hugritch's place who resigned last week. Mrs. Jas. Spencer of Clarksville is visting this week at the P. J. Dewitt tome. Mrs. Spencer formerly made ler home here. The Parmi Nou club met at the Myron Boos home Thu rsday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reid assisted in enter- p.mng the club. > Miss Dell Minger is home after ipending her .vacation in Waterloo. Miss Minger teaches the sixth grade n the schools here. Mr. and Mrs. W. E., White were week end .vistors at the Peter Smith home near Mallard. Mrs. Smith is a daughter of Mr .and Mrs: White. Walter Williams, Mary Jane Crisman and Richard Bangerc drove to Fort MotiSav white they' uuendsd Headquarter With Us at the Same Old Stand Featuiv ing These Staple Items '.-'•. . •: • ' ' ••'• " '< '.'•'• "'•'•'..' "'•''•' PHILCO jOnee a I The People of Kossuth County Meet to Display The fruits of their labor, to learn, if we can of each other, new and hotter methods for the betterment of our several pursuit.s of occupation. This meeting, called the Kossuth County Fail 1 , is held on the Kossuth County Fair grounds, located in the capital city of Kossutli county. 'While enjoying these exhibits and exchanging with our fellowmon new methods and experiences and enjoying A'ari- ous amusements provided for this occasion, our bodies from time to lime require food and refreshments. You will iiud a good lunch, home made Ice Cream, Cooling Drinks, Fine Candies, Frosh Peanuts and Popcorn or a good smoke of Cigarettes or Cigars at the ALGONQUIN Confectionery UNION NEWS. § 3a&x®tt^^ Vera Steil of Algona was a guest of Mis. Glen Jenkinson last Thursday and Friday, Christina Gould had her tonsils removed by Dr. W. D. Andrews of Algona Tuesday. Herman Wllrett has purchased a new McCormick-Deering tractor from the Matt Murtha Implement shop at Algona. A number of Union couples alter ded a dance at the Sexton hall last Saturday evening given by John Steil of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen, end their small baby daughter and a Mr. Peterson, a friend, who stays with them were guests Sunday at the Jens Sorensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl of St. Paul and George Kohl, Jr., also of St. Paul, came Sunday to spend their summer vacation at the parental George Kohl home. Esther Strayer, nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strayer, wao operated on last Friday at the Kossuth hospital for appendicitis. She is recovering nicely. Mrs. George Kohl accompanied by her sister, Mrs. George Fandal and children of Whlttemore, spent two weeks visiting with relatives at Peoria, Illinois and returned home Tuesday. Telephone service on lines number two und twenty-six has been somewhat impaired of late. Rudolph Will who is in charge of this work, went over the lines last Saturday and Improved tliem considerably. The Alethean Four-H club girls met at the home of Jean and Marjorie Cruikshank last Thursday afternoon. Ihe girls are very busy completing their work for the fair. Lunch was srrved at the close of the afternoon by the hostesses. Miss Bernadine Mahoney returned home Sunday having spent ten days at the Henry Nelson, home near Sexton. Bernadine, who was graduated from the eighth grade in district number four, plans to attend St. Cecelia's academy at Algona this fall. Jack Light, a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. WDliam Rich, has rented the George Boevers farm for next year. Walter Coady, who is now on the farm will move to the P. P. Zerfass farm north of Wesley. Mr. Light is farm- Ing north of Bun this season. Sam Zentner, daughter, Oloye and son, Fred, accompanied by his granddaughters, Doreen and William Zentner and Elaine Keefe, motored to Winnebago last Friday where they visited at ed thfe«Ringling dra'.h'.-a Circus. ^Raul Dorweiler recently returned to Hartford,' Connecticut. , He had been spending a couple of weeks here with his mother, Mrs. Paul Dorweiler. •Viivinia Lou Satern is at , Ottosen lerdlrig a week at the nome of Bon-. nle Telford. Mr. J and-Mrs; Telford were shopping in West BendThursday. Word was received here Sunday by T. J. McCaffrey of the sudden death of a sister at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. McCaffrey left for that place immediately. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Dewitt and fam- 1 ily returned home Monday to Joliet. Illinois. They have been visiting with relatives in and around West Bend for some time. Last reports on the condition of Phillip Fisher are that he is getting along in fine shape. He recently underwent an operation at the Algona hospital for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosken of Dickens were in town Sunday calling on friends. Mr. Hosken was connected with the Union State Bank in West Bend a few years ago. West Bend is progressing. We have a miniature golf course. James and Ronald Walker have erected the course on a vacant lot near their home. They report a good business. Adolph Mikes and two nephews of Fredericksburg have gone to Montana. They will be gone until the hay fever period passes. Mr. Mikes makes th'J> trip almost every year. Word was received here this week from Detroit, Michigan, that Miss Mae Schulenberg is married. Her mother, Mrs. M. Schulenberg, lives here and at one time had charge of a cafe in West Bend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley and children of Livermore spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. /and Mrs. Wm. Riley. • 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa. the Leo Keefe home. They visit- various other points and returned home Monday, Hazel Jenkinson is spending the grandmother, Mrs J. Fred Schoby home in week with her F. Schoby at th Algona, helping to care for the Schoby baby while Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby are attending the state fair at Pes Moines. They will also visit at Shenandoah before retarding home. SEXTON NEWS Edith Greenfield was on the sick list the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara attended the Diamond Jubilee at Forest City last week Tuesday. Miss Edith Greenfield was a Sunday supper guest of Miss Mildred Kutschara Sunday evening. Miss Alice Comp of Winterset Is visiting a week or so with her cousin, Pearl Steven, north of town. A large number of Sexton people attended the Hagonbeck-Wallace circus in Algona last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. A. D. Richards in Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amaa of Blue Earth at their home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Aman and children spent last week visiting with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Steven. at Algona. Emmett Paetz and two daughters, and Henry Bailey left Thursday morning for pes Moines, where they will at' tend the state fair. Battery and Electric Balanced Unit Radios. Horton Gas and Electric Washing Machines The Famous Anker-Holth Self-balanced bowl Cream Separators Be sure and see them. Enterprise Circulating HEATERS , - •- T '• ' " .?*'.' TWO Size*. ,;: , >. r Announcement Skelgas Stoves and equipment —Refills. Authorized Dealers. FARMERS GENERAL STORE R. O. Bjustrom, Prop. Hobarton and Algona Algona display at Ben's Radio Service. See us at the fair. Free Free TUESDAY Balloons for the Kiddies Special Discounts on All ";# Items Durin^the:Fair Special Discounts on All Items During the "*>¥•**,-• *.',. "AAfr ni,';?i,t;,.^:,*•>' ";., -i <$?**?>'*W£«|^m'!^»^i*f*!%l%^ Farmers General Store R. O. BJUSTROM, Prop. Hobarton, Iowa. Many specials in good things to eat at our store. Richard Balk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Balk north of town, met with a very serious accident Monday when he ran a tine of a pitch fork into his eye. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter and their uncle, Ernest Gilbert left Tuesday morning for Des Moines, where they will spend a day or so attending the state fair. .Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Balk and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller left one day last week on a fishing trip to Pine Lake. They will be gone a week at least. Mrs. Sarah Wise, daughters, Nell and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and Kathryn arid Leo Kirschbaum went to Burt Monday and spent the afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips. Miss Aline Martinek who has been attending school in Cedar Falls, came home Friday evening to spend a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Martinek north of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger and son, Frank of Burt and Mrs. Sarah Wise and son, Herman, and daughter, Nell, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, east of town. Miss Mildred Kutschara, student of the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, came home Friday evening for a two weeks' vacation as it is the close of the summer term. She will go back again a week after the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and children, Alice Comp and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Erwin near Renwlck. There were twenty-four present for dinner. The Sexton Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Orvllle Hedrick this week Thursday afternpon, Everyone is welcome to attend. The ladies have just finished quilting a quilt which they will give away at the bazaar in October. Mr. and Mrs. George Aman, Thecla and Walter went to the Park hospital at Mason Oity Wednesday mpmjng, where Mrs. Aman had her tonsils re- over -'•famous the world Pinaud's Shampoo Leaves your bsahfy, end not too dry! Aiyow (iealfr' 'j~-pr tend joe for full-Hag bold? to Pinovj, Depl. M., Jio R i\ St., moved ,by Dr. Fowler. They returned moved by Dr. Fowler. They returnde home Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Eteenmann and children of Britt were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum Wednesday evening of last week after attending the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus in Algona. Mr, Eisenmann is a brother of Mrs. Kirschbaum. Pearl Steven was leader of the local Epworth League meeting Sunday evening. The topic was "How to be a Christian at Work." There was a good attendance as there was no meeting last Sunday evening. Miss.Huth Miller will be the leader next Sunday evening- Mr, and Mrs. John Baker and family of Blue Earth drove down Saturday afternoon and spent the night with a sister in Algona and came down on Sunday morning and spent the day with their daughter, Mrs, John V, Huff. They took another 'daughter, Viola, home with them. Viola has been vis- Iting with her sister for some time. A birthday surprise party was held at the Mack Wise home Saturday evening in honor of Herman Wise's birth- day. Those attending were Pearl and Leo Steven, Alice Comp of Winterset, Arthur Studer, Mildred Kutschara, Ruth and Richard Miller, Austin Quinn, Neva Olsen, Freda Kyhl of Algona, Hartvig Kyhl and Mabel Earp of* Britt, Edith -/Greenfield, .Yvonne Stratton of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, Frank Burger an$ Edna Bunkofske of Burt, .Nell Wise, and Herman Wise, The evenincf was spend in playing games and lunch of ice Bream and cake was served later In the evening. Everyone reported a good time. H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iow» Long Pittance Hauling. Every load insured against JOBS or damage. Equipped to do nil kinds of draying and hauling. 82-tf Bargains USED CARS • M m m Ford sedan Chevrolet sedan. II 1929 Chev, 6 truck I 1926 Chevrolet coach Ford truck OIL AND GEE ASE See us at bur booth at the fair in the Floral H Kohlhaas Bros. M • M W Phone gOO ",<H mt.

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