The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1933
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The Algona Upper Des Hoines, Algona, Iowa* Nov. 30,1988 SENECA COUPLE SPEAK WEDDING VOWSTHURSDAY Myrtle Thompson Becomes Bride of Fred W. Hedin at Lutheran Church Fenton: A very pretty wedding was eolemniaed at the Seneca Lutheran church last Thursday afternoon at 3 •'clock, when Myrtle Thompson became the bride of Fred W. Hedln of Osakls, Itinn. The Rev. 8. O. sande read the •Ingle ring ceremony. Mrsi 'Joseph Madden played the wedding march. The bride was attended by a maid of honor, Mlnda Wllberg, and her sis- ten, Alice and Lyla. Vernon Jensen and Henry Wllberg were best mea The bride wore a dress of pink flat crepe and carried a bouquet of ptnk flowers. The maid of honor wore grey flat crepe and the bridesmaids, pastel green and flowered crepe and all carried a bouquet of lavender flowers. About 75 relatives and friends were guests at a six o'clock dinner at the home of the bride's father, O. M. Thompson. The groom has rented a farm near Cylinder •where they will make their home. The bride was born and raised near Fenton. The groom's parents live near osakis, Minn. 17 in Class Play The Fenton junior class presented the play, "Here Comes Charlie," a 3 act comedy farce, last Thursday and Friday nights, in the opera house. The characters were well chosen and their ability highly praised. There are 17 members in the class and in order to give all a part they gave an additional two act comedy play "Hey, Teacher." Both were well received and the between act specialties were exceptionally good. Lola Warner and August Meyers presented "Sparking Peggy Jane" In a manner equal to professionals. A cornet trio, Edward Llndsey, Eugene Newel and Robert Schwartz, S 'ayed several selections. Hlldegaarde abelltz rendered a piano solo, and the high school orchestra several numbers. The plays were directed by Verllna loerger and the music by Esther smith. The Rev. J. T. snyder attended a district conference at Storm Lake last week Monday. Dr. S. W. Meyer reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Diviney last week Monday. Mrs. H. H. Widdell and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod attended a quit tieing party j Compare The Plymouth With any other car in the Low Price Field. That's all we ask. ELBERT Garage Dodge & Plymouth at the home of Mrs. Anna Osborn last week Wednesday afternoon. The west division of the Methodist Aid society served a chicken pie supper at the church basement last week Tuesday evening. A large crowd attended. The proceeds amounted to $21. The Hook and Needle dub was entertained b£ Mrs. Wllbert Holldorf last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. P Welsbrod was hostess to the Dorcas sewing club, and Mrs. j. A. Schwartz entertained the members of her sewing circle the same afternoon. The Mesdames H. W. Schulte, Everett Dreyer and A. J. Krause were host- psses to nine tables of bridge at the former's home last Thuirsday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Reeder received the high score prize, Mrs. J. T. Waite drew the cut prize and Mrs. Lena Jentz received the low prize. The Legion and Auxiliarv held a joint county meeting at Wesley last Thursday evening. Those attending from Fenton were Messrs, and Mesdames O. H. Graham, H. H. Widdell, E. O. Fauerbv. Hans Baago, W. R. Wolfe, Karl Nlelson, E. C. Ohm, August Nelson, also S. E. Striley and Chris Anderson. Fenton's flrsf, basketball team defeated Bancroft, there, last week on Tuseday night in a hard fought, fast game. At the first half the score was 14 to 6 favoring Bancroft. The score ended 23 to 17. The second team lost by a 20 to 15 score. This victory gives Fenton a score of .500 in the North Kossuth conference. The second emergency training school for Palo Alto county was held at the home of Mrs. Andrew Vandervelde. in Vernon township. On December 8th the follow-im meetlne will be held at the home of Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn. The meeting will begin promptly at 2:00 o'clock. Bring wraplng paper, carbon paper and pencil. M. E. Burwash, Is one of 520 new breeders of Holstein-Freisian cattle to be recommended for membership in the Holstein-Frelslan Association of America, during Octobers 1933. At the next meeting of the board of directors his name will be added to the membership roll of over 32-000. This is five times the membership of the other four dairy breeds combined. The Farm Bureau women of Fenton township held their meeting last week Tuesday at the home of Mrs. A. J. Krause. About thirty were in attendance, including the home demonstration agent, Mrs. Muriel Leaverton of Algona. The lesson subject was "Sanitation and Home Safety" and "Carmine" and "Prevention of Spoilage in Canned Foods.' The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Everett Dreyer, December 14. A large group of relatives and Mends gathered at the F. C. Kluss home last week Sunday evening, sur- Drlslng them and helping: them to celebrate the 39th wedding anniversary. Those present were: Mrs. Rose Hef- tv and son, Clarence and Francis Krause of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zwlefel of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Welsbrod and sons, Wallace and Robert of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter, Shirley Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwlefel arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Volgt, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Zwle- fel and Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel all of Fenton, Glenn Hayenga of Eagle Bend, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz of near Lone Rock, and Mrs. Grace Gibbons of Des Molnes. The evening was spent in visiting. A lunch was brought by the guests and served. LONE BOCK NEWS Mrs. Mable Tyler who Is working in Burt. visited in Lone Rock Friday. The Larkin club met afc the home of Mrs. Ralph priebe last Wednesday afternoon. A number of Lone Rock men attended {he corn-hog plan meeting at Algona Friday. The Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Flalg Friday evening with 14 being present. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard of Irvlngton visited relatives in Lone Rock from last Wednesday until Thursday. Norma Clausen and Florence Helm- Blggcit newt of th* y«orl A reduction in r«Jl fares of such widespread interest end importune* that everyone wilt be eager tot the detail*. Hera they are: ONI WAYi 2c per mile in coftcbe* or chair cart— 44% % reduftion, 3c per mile in sleeping and parlor cars, berth or teat extra— 16% % rtduction. ROUND TRIPt 2c per mile each way, in all classes of equipment, 10-day return limit— 44%% reduction. 2Hc per mile each way, in alt daises of equipment, *ix month* return limit—30H % reduction. ALSO Surcharge on sleeping and parlor car* abolished. WHERE? Between all points in the entire territory west and north of Chicago, St. Louis and the Mississippi River through to the Pacific Coast, including all points on certain railroads in Illinois, Mississippi and the western pans of Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama aad Florida! Naw travel 'mail anywhere you wish, when yov wl«h«. • «i bargain tar** I CHICAGO Cr NORTH WESTERN R All WAV ke of Swea city visited at the Otis Sanders home last Monday. Charles Morris drove to Des Molnes last Wednesday where he attended a supervisors' business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shelllto and daughter, Korma of Ames spent the week end at the N. L. Cotton home. Mrs. Mllligan entertained the weekly Bible study class at the Eugene Ho- lius home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Bob Padgett and mother, Mrs. Wm. Krause drove to Estherville Friday to see Mrs. Rosendahl and new baby. The Ladles' Mite society met at the home of Mrs. Wm. Krause Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jay Godden was assisting hostess. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. E. M. Jensen and Mrs. W. J. Cotton drove to Armstrong last Wednesday to visit Mrs. Ethel Benjamin. Mrs. E. W. Donovan of Algona visited from last Wednesday until sunitay with her sister, Mrs. Llllie Thompson, before poinp; to California. Mrs. Martin Larson and son, Selmer and wife and daughter, Gladys Larson of Decorah spent the week end at the Arthur Priebe home. Miss Christina Knudson underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Algona hospital Friday. Miss Knudson is the third and fourth grade teacher in the local school. The following attended a farm bureau meeting at the A. J. Krnusc home last Tuesday: Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Word was received here announcing the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendnhl Sunday at the Estherville hospital. Mrs. Rosendahl was formerly Marie Krause. The Mothers' Club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Wednesday, Dec. 6th. Mrs. Claude Whitehill is assisting hostess. Roll call is to be answered with an exchange of gifts costing not more than 10 cents. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick were called to Des Molnes last Tuesday by the Illness of their daughter, Bernlce, who was operated on for appendicitis two weeks ago and did not recover from It as was expected. Mr. Roderick returned home Thursday but Mrs. Roderick remained with' her. Twenty Years A'go News (.Taken from our flies from the issue published Nov. 26, 1903) N. C. Rice had just arrived home from Chicago where he had spent the past week on business. The New Algona Hotel had cleaned and fixed up the dining room and had begun serving meals last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh had just gone to Minneapolis to attend the wedding of Mrs. Murtagh's brother, Ralph Cratty. Fine, warm, balmy weather the week before brought out the dandelion blossoms and even the lilac and other buds had given evidence of the spring weather. Another fine play was to be presented in Algona, "The Shepherd of the Hills." This dramatization of Harold Bell Wright's famous novel was presented in Algona the year before and had proved so pleasing that It was to be here again by request. The Koasuth County bufrbermakers had just recently held a profitable and interesting meeting at Bun. Twelve of the buttermakers were present and over two hundred farmers had attended. Addresses were made by Judge Quartern, W. Spurbeck, Dairymen Odell and Welch. A picture of the Algona high school football champions for the year 1913 was printed in this Issue. Included in the picture were: Gray, coach; Donahoo, Rlst, Laird, Chrlstensen, Kresensky, L. Nugent, Nicoulln, coach; Hawcott, C. Nugent, Wilson, captain; Turner, Peterson, Danson. Favorable mention was made to the football playing of the Kresensky boys, especially Julius, on the Coe College team. "King," as Julius was nicknamed, was a lineman on the team and figured as one of the most important and valuable players. Another brother was a freshman and played end on the team. A deal had just been made whereby O. A. Brunson became proprietor of the Magic Theatre and also assumed the management of the Call Opera House. E. G. Fargo formerly owned these theatres. Mr. Fargo was congratulated on his fine choice of pictures shown at the theatres during his man- gement and It was expected that Mr. Brunson would continue to make the same kind of selections. A musical recital was to be given the next day by the pupils of Miss Ada Simmons at the Chester Bailey home. Those who were to take part in the program were: Mildred Bailey, Ruth Dickinson, Anna Spelcher, Mamie Harrison, Harry Winslow, Mildred Kresensky, Howard Backus, Florence Quarton, Melvin Henderson, Grace Dailey, Ruth Kresensky, Lenora Herman, Dorothy Keif, Fern Anderson, Elizabeth St. John, lona Pesch, Delia Goetz and Ruth Reed. Two prominent young people of the community, Lela Peck and George Stewart, were married by Rev. F. O. Taylor at this time. A wedding supper was served later to about 100 guests. Geo. was the victim of a prank last week. He had been calling on his bride-to-be and was about to go home when he made the discovery that his buggy was missing. As a thorough search that evening resulted in finding nothing, Geo. was compelled to drive Mr. peck's car home. The next day, however, the buggy was located. Stomach Trouble Sufferers Drink VERB AVID A This remarkable beverage, made from a desert herb known, as the "Plant of Life," has brought about most amazing results in the different forms of stomach trouble—hyper-acidity, gastritis, heartburn, dyspepsia, and ulcers, yerbavlda is a drugless beverage and its delicious flavor is very pleasing to the taste. A cup at each meal promotes good digestion, while a cup at bedtime insures good refreshing sleep. Yerbavida is Inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 240 cup*, can be obtained for only $1.00. If your local druggists cannot supply you. accept no substitute, but send tl.OO direct to Yerbavida Bales Co.. 612 Southwe*' Bldg.. Los Annies, California. Or » 20 page book. "The story of Yerbavlda" free on request. For Sale at Lusby'a Drug Store. Cha*. Peril Family Observed Parents' Golden Wedding (Crowded Out Last Week). Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pertl, sr., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Saturday was the anniversary and Sunday while Mr. and Mrs. perti were at church then- children went to their home and had the dinner prepared when they came back. All of their children but two were present. The ones here were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pertl, Jr., of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren and family of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pitier of Bramer, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pertl, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl and family, Fenton; Mr. nnd Mrs. August Pertl and family, Lotts Creek; one brother, Alex Pertl and wife of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Pertl were married in Germany and came to this country 45 years ago. They nre a couple that are held in high esteem by all who know them. Their friends join In wishing them many more years of happy wedded life. Harvey Burke of Hartley visited his father, Ed Burke recently. Patricia Weir, R. N., is visiting a few days with friends in Algona. Mrs. M. J. Duffy of Algona visited relatives and friends last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wlchter and daughter of Gilmore city visited relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dailey went to Fonda Sunday to visit Mr. and Mra Jim McCreery. There are a number of employees here working on the railroads tracks, doing welding work. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles and daughter of Algona spent Sunday visiting the Spilles and polrot homes. The ladles of the Methodist church are planning on a bazaar to be held Dec. 5 at the academy hall. Mrs. Joe Kaan and daughter, Marie, of Minot, North Dakota, visited a few days at the J. S. Cullen home. Whittemore friends of Harold Walker received word that a baby boy had been born to them at Delavan, Minn. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Thllges, Wilmer and Oscar of St. Joe spent Sunday evening at the Mike Bowman home. Billy Hlgglns was employed in the Champion office last week and Ed .Burke was running the oil station. I Lucien Meurer of the forestry camp I at Lake Mills, Iowa, spent Sunday with I his mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George Weir and family and Eileen O'Brien of Algona visited relatives here Sunday afternoon. County Auditor E. J. Butler and County Treasurer M. J. Duffy were Whittemore callers Saturday afternoon. Fred Lehman Is on the sick list this week. His daughter, Mrs. Wm. Longstreet is here helping to care for him. John Reding, who has been visiting at St. Joe for some time, is visiting this week with Mrs. Peter Reding and family. Mr. land Mrs. Herman Bode and family of Wesley visited Mrs. Bode"s parents Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisele. Ava Simpson of Cedar Falls and Margaret Waldron of Britt spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. WM. Reimers. Mrs. Carl Ostwald of Fargo, North Dakota, came to attend the funeral of her brother, Albert Bierstedt, recently. The Rosary society are giving a card :arty Thursday evening at the academy. Mrs. Leo Swansea and her orchestra will play. John Mosbach and Johnnie Farrell were business visitors at LuVerne on Thursday and went on to Iowa City to visit friends. Little Allen Montag two and a half months old son of the Sam Montags is very ill. He Is one of their twins, the other being a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ellsinger and three children, will Miller of Guttenberg, are visiting with their sister and daughter, Mrs. Peter Haag, Jr. Friends of Frank Spilles of New Hampton saw in the paper where he was so unfortunate as to have his hog house burn and also 100 pigs. J. V. Elbert and sons are completing a new double garage on their farm in the south part of town. This is a fine improvement to their place. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Montag and family of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller of Mallard visited on j Sunday at the Martin Duffy, Sr., home, i A bay boy named Gary Allen was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kuecker, ived but a short time. He was buried In the Lutheran cemetery south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meehan and family spent Sunday at Ayrshire. They took Irnia Kenyon home. She has been employed at the Meehan home for a month. Edmund Dahlhauser of Tulsa, Oklahoma, is visiting relatives. He came with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser, who will make their home in Algona. Mrs. P. J. Bchiltz and son, Joe and daughter, Mrs. O'Connor visited Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan. The chief attraction was to see the new boy named James Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Simpson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson and family, Melbourne Simpson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gast at Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen and family of Charles City have moved their household goods to Whittemore and are occupying the apartments vacated by the Clayton Crooks. Mr. Cullen will work for the state highway commission. Mrs. Jim McCreery was taken to her home at Fonda last Wednesday in the Merritt ambulance. It will be remembered that Mrs. McCreery fell and broke her hip the week before. Her many friends are glad to hear that she is doing as well as could be expected. H.W.POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling Every toad insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of dravlnir and hauling 82-U Miss Mary Christmas- Who Will She Be? Miss Mary Christmas will be selected by popular ballot. Entries will be received for the next week by mail. Ballot boxes will be placed in each Algona store, and with each purchase of 25 cents a coupon for 25 votes will be given the purchaser, upon which the name of your favorite candidate may be written. COME TO ALGONA Thursday, Dec. 7 And Find Out Who Miss Mary Christmas Is. Voting Ends Saturday, Dec. 2 Votes may be secured with each purchase at These Algona Stores and firms: Elk Cleaners & Tailors Becker Bros. F. S. Norton & Son Building Materials and Fuel H. R. Sorensen & Co. Groceries—Meats Bjustroms' Gas & Electrical Home Appliances Foster Furniture Co. W. A. Foster Cut Rate Grocery "Busiest Little Store in Town" Tire Service Co. Firesone One-Stop Station Kent Motor Co. Algona's Ford Dealer—Service Anderson Grain & Coal Homer Anderson—Ray Irons Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Manager. The Boston Store D. A. Bagan, Prop. Hawcott & Ogg Variety Store The Wilson Bakery Bakers of Home Town Bread The Smoke Shop Guderian & Beiser White's Grocery Your Home-Owned Gror ary Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Clothes Long's Grocery Choice Groceries—Meats Lusby Drug Store The Friendly Store The Algona Bakery Dairy Maid Bread The Goeders Co. The Spotlight of Fashion Chrischilles & Herbst Dry Goods—Ladies' Apparel Christensen Bros. Co. Complete Outfitters for Women Council Oak Store Serve Yourself and Save Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware Cummings 5c to $1 Store W. H. Cummings, Prop. Nelson Hardware Service and Quality Richardson Furniture Co. "Where Furniture Sells for Less" Pratt Electric Co. Dennis Pratt—Lloyd Pratt Kohhlaas Bros. Garage Algona's Chevrolet Dealer Basket Grocery Algona's Finest Food Store Modern Dry Cleaners Harry Holmes, Prop.

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