The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 13,1937 POPULAR YOUNG FOLKS WED. AT ST. JOE CHURCH Helen Heiderscheid Bride of Arthur Wildin, on May 12th St. Joe: A pretty wedding was performed Wednesday morning at eight o'clock. May 12, in St. Joseph's Catholic church when Helen Heiderscheid became the bride of Arthur Wildin. Miss Heiderscheid Is the youngest daughter of Adam Heiderscheid and Mr. Wildin is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Wildin. The bride was attired in a gown of white satin and luce and wore a long trailing crown shaped veil, and also carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid. Viola Klein, a niece of the bride, wore a light blue chiffon gown with white accessories and carried a bouquet of white carnations. The groom was attended by Frank Heiderscheid, fcrother of the bride, and both wore dark suits. A three course dinner wag served to 25 close relatives at the home of the bride's father, which was in charge of Irene Thllges and Emogene Wildin. The young couple gave a wedding dance In the West Bend Legion hall the same evening. Two hundred and seventy- five Invitations were issued for the dance. The Little German band from West Bend furnished the music. The young couple will be at home to their friends and relatives after June 1 on the Wildin estate farm, eight miles south of Algona. afternoon. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. In cards, Mrs. Nick Elsehen received high prize, Mrs. John Origer low prize and Dorothy Mil tag received door prize. Miss Heiderscheid was the recipient of many useful and pretty rifts. A delicious lunch was served to ISO guests. Pre-NupHal Shower A miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower was given In honor of Helen Heiderscheid at the home of her father, Adam Heiderscheid, Sunday First Communion A class of 17 little boys and girls received their first holy communion on Sunday, May 9th, in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Those in the class were: Marcella Klein, Marjorle Illg, Mary Joyce Capesfus, Mary Thilges, Mary Jane Origer, Alice Cun- 'nlngham, Marian Bormann, Leon Berger, Robert Berte, Henry Thilges. Jr., Harold Erpelding, Melvin and John Von Bank, Irvin Wiltgen, Bernard Zellar and Joseph Fourage, Margaret Berte and Kathryn Kirsch were flower girls. Mrs. John Friders and Herlinda spent Tuesday evening at the Julius Capesius home. Mrs. Lucy Wagner is a patient in the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital where she Is for observation. Mrs. William Hammer and her children spent Sunday at the Herbert Benge home in Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Friders, Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Friders, Herlindn Friders and Lawrence Kirsch spent Thursday at Lost Island fishing. Lorena Borman, Thomas Wag ner, Irwln Weydert and Richar Thul attend the junior-senior ban quet of the Livermroe high schoo Saturday evening. Betty Mae Becker, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker is patient In Fort Dodge Mercy bos pital. She Is suffering from an ab cess In her bronchial tubes. Andrew Kramer and Ambros Ulschen joined a West Bend bal team. Sunday, the team defeated St. Benedict at St. Benedict. Nex Sunday the boys play with Wes ley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe WHIger of Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Friders and son, Donald of Wesley and Alfred Miller were Thursday eve- DAN HANTELM AN, 78, CRITICALLY ILLATHOMES.W.OFFENTON Gland Infection Serious 'Children Are Called To Bedside Fenton: Daniel Hantelman, 78, is in a critical condition at his farm home four miles southwest of Fen ton, suffering from complications due to gland infection. His children, who were callec home, are Selina, a teacher at Clarksville, Iowa; Mallnda, a teach- DAN HANTELMAlf DIES Fenton: Daniel Hantelman, Fenton, died Monday afternoon. Funeral services were held Wednesday In the Lutheran church. er at Allison, Iowa; Mrs. H. Dieter, of Atalissa, Iowa, who came Friday; a daughter, Mrs. W. T. Bot- klns, with her husband and son, Dale of Canada, and a son, Lou Hantelman, also of Canada, came ning visitors at the John Friders icrne. Sunday evening. Little hope is held for Mr. Hantelman's recovery. ' Mother's Day Flay A special service In commemoration of Mother's Day was held at the morning service of the Fenton M. E. church. In the evening the Standard Bearer girls presented play, "Lost Churchf, which wa directed by Mrs. J. A. Mueller. Th cast included Donna Jean Balle; Geneva Glaus, Marjorle Brown Mary Jane Elgler, Edith Wolfe Bernlce Kramer, Ruth Espe anc Laura Boettcher. Boys who assist ed the girls were Hadley Bailey Warren Snyder and Hershell Hart man. 8% Ib. Daughter Dr. J. A. Mueller reports an VALUES BARGAINS More for Your Money at Kresensky's •••••••••• Coats and Suits Dound daughter born to Mr. ant Mrs. C. M. Gross near Lone Rock on Thursday, May 6th. Mr*. Newel Hostess Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained her >ridge club Saturday afternoon, frs. G. B. Johnson won high and Mrs. Clarence Osborn low. Guests f the club were Mrs. Osborn and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Tailored raits, noTeltj coats, all garments up "" kA __HUlU_4AtoipfMb-MlMiM«lflW»*' nit A few of them left. Formerly sold to $10.95 and 916.95, now Tailored Blouses To wear with salts, skirts, or slacks. &> to 40 size. $1.00 Slacks Good quality, made to fit, and look smart — brown and nnvy, junior size, 79c. .ladies' sizes $1.00 On Fishing Trip Robert Votteler, Mervin Priebe, Robert Huskamp and Ervin Leudtke spent Saturday night and Sunday camping and fishing at Iowa and Birch Lakes. The boys reported a fine time. Attends Father's Funeral Blanche Mayer, housekeeper for Frank Humphrey, left Saturday evening for Peorla. 111., to attend the funeral of her father, which was held Monday at Peoria. Mr. Mayer who had been ill for ten weeks at a Bloomington. HI., hos- poued away Friday. The ' of Jt*«r Sexton are also relatives of Mr. Mayer. • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klenz and son, Dell of Welcome, Minn., spent Sunday at the Mrs, Carrie Voigt and Henry Boevers homes. Mrs. Klenz is a niece of Mrs. Voight and granddaughter of the Boevers. Mrs. Paul Elgler of Boone visited from Thursday to Sunday at the Ernest Dreyer and Frank Eigler homes here, and at the John Kohlwes home in Letts Creek. Her husband came after her Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. F. F. Mueller and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod attended the annual Mother's Day program and banquet at the State Teachers' College In Cedar Falls Saturday evening, guests of their daughters, Virgina Frank, Viola Mueller and June Weisbrod. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and daughter. Nettle, drove to Alta Saturday evening to visit at the Kern E erick home. On Sun3ay, Mr. Wei brod and the Alfred Meyers fam lly joined them and a family din ner was enjoyed at. /ht Elerlck All returned home Sunday eve ning. Ben Mitchell, Dale Long and Mr; Nels Flint accompanied Mrs. Ol Peterson to 'Rochester Sunday where the latter will take treat ment and possibly undergo an op eratlon. Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Lon returned home Sunday evenlnf Mrs. Flint will remain with Mrs Peterson for n week or so. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach o Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Torger son and son, Larry of Bode, Mr and Mrs. John Theesfleld and Mr and Mrs. Earl Theesfleld of Arm strong and Mr. and Mra. Ernes Chrlstensen and daughter, Colleen Fern were Sunday dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Krogh anc granddaughter, Lucille Krogh ol Lakefield, Minn., came Saturday evening for an over Sunday visit at the John Kramer home. Mr. and Mra. Steffen Burkness and family of Lakefield, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests of the Kramers. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Krogh are parents of Mrs. Kramer and Mrs. Burkness is Mrs. Kramer's sister. Mother's Day was celebrated on Sunday at the Ben Mitchell home liy having a family dinner. Guests included the Maurice Mitchell, Al- jert Mitchell and Milton Mitchell families of Fenton, Ole Peterson ind Mrs. Dale Long and daughter. Karlys of near Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick of Lohrville and Edward Micklick and a boy riend of Harwick, Penn. Surprise Birthday Party, Lone Rock, For Mrs. W. Krause Lone Rock: A surprise birthday party was held in honor of Mrs. Walter Krause at her borne, Thursday evening. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Algona; the Alex Radlgs, the A. A. H. Hannas and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newell, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Weber Tager, all of Fenton. Mother's Day Guests Guests for Mother's Day evening dinner at the Mrs. Caroline Ackerman home were the Frank Flaigs, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Good Hope; Jean Arends, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trainer, Mr. and Mrs Edw. Trainer, grandsons Jerr> Pruisman and Billy Harrlman, a of Kanawha. spent the week end At the parental Frank Macumbers. The Charles Hill family spent Saturday and Sunday at the E. W. Guilds, Ataton City. Kathryn Stebrltz spent last Wednesday afid Thursday with her mother In Bancroft. Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt and son, Donald, spent the week end at the C. E. Slgsbees, Burt- The Rev. L. Rtchman and family, Burt, were Sunday evening callers at the Rudolph Peters. The Dell Marlows and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow spent Sunday at the Edw. Marlows, Burt. Mrs. Kate Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz and daughter, Kathryn, spent Friday In Fairmont. j Mrs. Frank Finis and daughter, Mary Ann, made a business trip to West Bend Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder trucked cattle for Edw. Weisbrod, Fenton, to Sioux City, Sunday. Mrs. Ora Hulbert returned a week ago Tuesday from Iowa City where she underwent a sinus operation. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williamson, Eagle Grove, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Lawrence Dittmers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and Blanche Henrlksen spent Sunday afternoon at the A. F. Kruegers, Fairmont. Tfieo. Krne<*er. son Hcri'd Mra. Karl Bwoldt and the Joe Culbertsons were Sunday dinner guests of ffilva ffwoldt and Jessie Smith, Algona. Visitors at the Clarence Householders Sunday were the Calvin Householder*, the Edwin Aliens! Swea City, and the Ralph Riedels, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Englund and daughter, Margaret, Muscatlne, spent Sunday at the B. M. Jensens. All called on Mra. H. M. Osher, Graettinger. Mrs. Llllle Thompson, daughter Neva and Mrs. Emelte Heldenwlth, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of the Walter Thompsons. Afternoon callers were the S. M. Orvlcks, daughter, Elma, were Sunday din- Seneca, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sanner guests of tne Clarence i'hees-1 key, Britt. The R. H. Ortmanns, fields, Fenton. Burt, were evening guests there. LONE BOCK NEWS Baccalaureate Services Baccalaureate services were helt Sunday evening at the local schoo auditorium. The following pro gram was given: proceessional, Ma bel Howe; song, audience; prayer Rev. T. D. Arends; duet, Juanlta Wegener and Ruth Whitehill; ser mon. Rev. T. D. Arends; recession al, Mabel Howe. Gust Kraft spent Sunday at the Hugo Gades, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Nyman spent Sunday afternoon at the P. L. Persons. The Harry Hobsons were Sunday afternoon guests of the C. H. Stanleys, Elm ore. Evelyn Earing attended a county postmasters' meeting at LuVerne last Thursday. The Arthur Priebes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Fenton. Merwln Marlow underwent a ton- silectomy at Dr. Andrews' office, Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz were Sunday visitors at the Chas. iamllns, Elmore. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, SPORT OXFORDS $1.99 Sport oxfords iii wh elk, black, and brown iiH sizes. Silk Hose I'urc silk, rlii£l<s>, full Icnirth or knee lenirth. •"> new colors, OU to 10'ii 59c Smart Hats Th«- smartest sttles Ir. new sprint: hats, clever shapes and colorings— values to *'L\)'i in this group, special $1.59 Tub Silk Dresses $3.99 Smart new printed wash silk dresses. You \\\\\ need several of these. Cinderella Frocks The smartest children's dressi-x you could imagine, :< to (i anil t; to 12 $1.00 Kotex l.arjre si/.e box ot Kotex, 'it; pads in IMIV, tl<e minimum price now is 2 for $1.10 KNIT FROCKS 'iVf have sold a lot of thh special purchase ni quality knit suits wort It froi) *iI(>.!).-) to *K>, special $6.90 Banquet Dresses Special prices oi> these long formal dresses. A nice selection OK haii'i iit only $4 and $6 Spring Shoes Itliuk, liruvtu, nine, f?nty triiherdiuc and suede spring shoes <uot all si/ess iu eu-;y shoe). \ al. to $1. $2.19 Kresensky's Don Boevers of Algona spent Sunday with his cousin, Gerald Voight Mr. and Mrs. William Decker of I Waterloo spent Sunday at the T. I N. McFalls. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the parental G. R. Krauses. Mrs. Kate Newel and Mrs. LeRoy Newel of Hartley spent Saturday night at the G. B. Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were Sunday evening dinner guests at the LeRoy Newel home in Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schendel and family of Buffalo Center spent Sunday evening at the Julius Gremmels home, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and Rosle Weisbrod were Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Wallace home in Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of Mitchellville, spent Sunday with their daughter. Irene, local home economics instructor. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder and children of Palmer spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Clarence Theesfield home. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod returned home Monday from Des Moines, where she spent several days with her daughter, Florence. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, Uillie, spent Sunday with the latter':* parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Verbrogies (it Armstrong. Mrs. Minnie Orcyer, Mrs. Elsie I'rtyer and family and the H. H IJreyer family spent Sunday afternoon at the Everett Iireyers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elgler entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Eigler at dinner Sunday. Litvonne Newel and Kathryn Ohm .spent the week tnd with Mathilda Kressin at Lake Mills. Kathirine is a nit-re of Miss Kressin The E. K. Johnson family of Fairville and Lester Johnson family. Bancroft, were Sunday dinner gue.sU at the Trurnan Johnson home. Mr. arid Mrs. Fred McVVhorter and I.ionald. of Algona and the Hichurd Hengi-1 family of Kairville were Sunday dinner guests, of Mrs. Jacob Hengel Edward TieU and sons. Ray and Ortwin and Clara Grameiu attended a birthday paity in honor of Archie Voight near VVhitternore on Thursday evening. Hazel Wcisbrod of IX-a Moinea presented her brothel'. Maurice. with ,t line new bicycle for his birthday No doubt Maurice ia very proud these days. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde K'ooks and family of Iowa Falls and the Melvin Manbager family of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the parental John Light home. Mr .mil Mrs, H C. Lmdscy and .sou. Kdwaid of Ftnlon and Mr. and Mr-, c M L'jnaU-d of Lone KocK vi-iud relative.; of Mr. Um- .•iled at liayton and Fort Dodge on Sun-Jay. Il.ixiJ VVViityixid. <;;,id.V:, Stoeber. M.ijn.uij ami Maynard Jenu n-tUMied to l>>a Moinea Sunday afternoon alter spending the week end with their parenU and other j datives. The Ralph Thompsons, the Jas. x>ngs, the Arthur Longs, Bancroft and the A. W. Lampes, Ventura, were Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Longs. Mr. and Mrs. L«o JMkolke. Fenton, are spending this wick at the W. F. Faulstlebs. The Ralph Stewarts were last week Tuesday evening guests there. The A. H. Hannas, Edna Schultz and daughter, Elaine were Sunday dinner guests of the Walter Jentx family, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwiefel and daughters, Ardlth and Ardls, Fenton. spent Saturday evening at the Will Christensons. Gladys Stebritz spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the Michael Elberts, Algona. Bernlce Roderick brought her home Sunday, being a dinner guests at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. DANCE JIMMIE BARNETT and his orchestra Fenton Pavilion Fri. May 14th 19" • Three quarts of carefully distilled motor oil go into the making of every two quart* of Iso.Vii "D." "The quart that'* not for sale" is the material that it rtmovtJ by Stsndtrd'i patented Propane and Chlorex processes—and contittt of sludge-forming, carbon-forming, unstable portions which cauie high oil consumption. What's left— the Iso.Vis "D" which you buy from any Standard Oil D«aler—consequently is the finest, mott efficient kind of lubricant. It itayi on the job in your engine longer. It keeps your oil level up— and your oil cotts down. Change to Iso.Vii "D," and tee! THREE FINE MOTOB OILS ISO-VIS "D" in ouu POLARINX la bulk ISO>VIS "D" in bulk STANOUND in bulk ISO-VIST is SOLO BY MOP' "'SOOO STANDARD OIL DEALERS If you have some little folks like these to take riding with you, we know you'll want to give them the maximum protection afforded by PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES l/ou'ttwantto give them the ^ull Aa^efy oA CHEVROLET THE ONUT COMPLETE CAR -PRICED SO WW ™ ""^^r 1 *™*" VAiV.-W.HMD INWN.-N.W AU-LUHf. 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