The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 8,1937 BESSIE SLOAN OF WESTJEND WEDS Secret Marriage in 1934 At Albert Lea Is Revealed "West Bend: Announcement of the marriage of Miss Bessie Sloan to Wallace Wessels of Austin, Minn., •which occurred at Albert Lea, Minn., May 12, 1934, was made this w«eki> The bride is the eldest daughter of Mrs. Ada Sloan and is a graduate of the West Bend high scbodl and Iowa State Teachers College. She has been a teacher in the schools at Cylinder, Delmar, Buffalo Center and Monticello. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wessels of Buffalo Center, a graduate of the Buffalo Center high school and a business college. He is employed in the offices of the Morrell Packing Co., at Austin, Minn., where they will live. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rlley and Miss Ida and Oscar spent Memorial Day In LuVerne. Wm. Sherman of Waterloo was the guest of friends here Sunday and Monday. Car) Krueger of Des Moines is In West Bend looking after his property and visiting friends. Elmore Falb of Conrad came on Saturday for a week end visit with his mother, Mrs. Fanny Falb. Mr. and Mrs. Wlggely of Fargo, North Dakota, spent the week end as the guest of Miss Dell Mlnger. Mrs. B. A. Morey Is spending the week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Wenning at Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Debolt of Rodman and Mrs. Dan Deviney of Rodman spent Monday in West Bend. Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach and son, Quentin, drove to Fort Dodge on Sunday afternoon and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cleophas Derner of Whittemore visited Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grogan and sons of Des Moines visited Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ben Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harr and daughter. Jean, and Charles Simmons spent Sunday at the Arthur Simmons home. Misses Esther and Louise and Otto Needing drove to Ellsworth, Minn., Sunday to visit until Monday with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley drove up from Des Moines Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mn and Mrs, George Emerson and his mother, Mrs. Frank Foley. Henry Daubendtek of Detroit, Michigan, visited a few days the past week at the home of his uncle, W. H. Daubendiek. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller drove to Cedar Falls, Friday, and brought their daughter, Dorothy, home. She has been attending Iowa State Teachers College the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs moved Monday from the Bookman residence, recently purchased by For SATURDAY ONLY JUNE 5th BOYS' 220 wt. BLUE BIB OVERALL Triple-sewed, six pockets, high back—age G to 16 44c THE HUB CLOTHIERS LEUTHOLD—WILLIAMS—REYNOLDS Manners Yes, there are store manners and lots of manners besides those reserved lor the home. You can be mannerly in the lobby of the postoffice. You can use your manners while waiting your turn at the bank. You can treat clerks in a store as though they were human being." Why is it that when a certain customer comes in the door all the clerks hiile and when another customer comes in all the clerks rush up to wait on him or her. We begrudge the cranky customer a bargain \vhile we hunt the house over to find a bargain fur the pleasant customer. Some people on their journey through life make a lot of trouble fur the ones they come in contact with, others spread sunshine along the path whii h makes the other fellow's load a little easier to tarry. Thank goodness 'j~-'.'<. of our trade is with '-he pitas- ant considerate kind. We do our best to treat them right, because they dt.--trve it. We take time and go to iiiiy --imount vl trtiublv to ] lease a good ciia- tomi-r. It is a v,-i-ll known fact that we tell them good, standaru shoes and clothes cheaper than they can buy them anywhere tl.se. Right now wo have Three Big Specials. IbOO pairs of ladito' white slippers, straps, ties, and pumps, leather toles. sizes 3 to 6. almost given away at 35c, or 3 pairs foi slu.ou. Just the thing for tired fett on hot days. 46U pairs of women's sport oxfords, brown or white. Wide and easy for outdoor wear, sizes 4 to 8, at 75e. These are the nt-w welt stitchd'iwn and will not rip. 1100 pairs of children's u.xfcrd.-. sizes G'i up to big 2 at 54i!. They art easy on the feet and plenty serviie. It is cheaper than doctoring a nail in a child's fool. These art timely bargains that you tan not afford to pas.-. I almost forgot our ladies' arch-support ties at gl.ltf. Black kid perforated fancy patterns. Wide lasts, military heels, aizes 4 : ; to S. Tho.se are real arch-support shoes, and will give lots of wear and a world of comfort. Many. many, other bargain^ on tap this week. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man MEMORIAL PROGRAMS COVER 2 DAYS AT COR WlTHraiS WEEK Fairview-Corwlth: Memorial day was observed In Corwlth at various services Sunday and Monday. On Sunday morning Memorial services were held at the high school auditorium in charge of the Rev. Karl W. G. Htller, Rev. Albert Rust, and Rev. Paul Will- lams. The latter preached the morning sermon. The music was In charge of Rev. Rust and a male quartette composed of Emery Long and son, Terry, Harry Caldwell and Rev. Rust, sang several songs. Instrumental numbers were presented by Mrs. Claire Genung and sons, Robert and Lynn. On Monday morning a procession formed at the school house and marched to the cemetery In the following order; colors, music, firing squad, Veterans oil the Civil War, Spanish-American and wives, World War veterans veterans, Legion Auxiliary, mothers and wives of World War veterans. Boy Scouts, School children, civic societies, citizens on foot or In auto- biles. At the cemetery, the following program was heard: Invocation by chaplain; reading of roster of the dead by Harry Chambers, president of the day; decoration of the soldiers' graves, conducted by Marshall Garfleld Gouge; address by Rev. Albert Rust; song by male quartette; salute by the firing squad and taps. The afternoon program was held at the Merchants' Theatre at two o'clock. The meeting was called to order by the president and the following program was presented: advance colors; Star Spangled Banner by the audience; invocation by chaplain; song, "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," by Gayle Thompson; reading, "Bloody Altars" by John Stull; music by the high school band; song by male quartette; address by Rev. Karl W. G HIHer; song, "America" by the audience; benediction by chaplain. Clarence Oxley has a new four- row tractor corn planter. The Corwlth Baptist church will begin Its annual dally vacation Bible school on June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans Miss Roberta Masterson and John Evans enjoyed a picnic at Twin Lakes on Sunday. Miss Myrtle Swenson of Des Moines was a Thursday evening caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Page spent Memorial Day at the home of their sons and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Page at Omaha. Mr and Mrs. Robert Mastersbn and Margaret and Frances were Sunday visitors at the De Rae Godfrey home in LuVerne. Miss Frances Chambers who has been teaching at West Bend, is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers. Mrs. Claire Genung. teacher at Correctionville, and sons, Robert and Lynn arrived last week to spend the summer at the A. R. Gardiner home. The Raymond Hanson family and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hanson of Wesley were last week Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe. Mrs. Earl Ellsworth and daughter, Shirley of Humboldt and Mrs. Ellsworth's sister, Mrs. Louis Redding and children of Algpna were last week Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Jennie Ellsworth. Mrs. Geo. Howland, into the residence property of Mrs. Thos. Clarke. Walter Williams arrived Friday evening from New York City. where he attended Columbia University and where he spent the past year studying for his master's degree. The Bay View club met at the country home of Mrs. Lon Brown, Tuesday afternoon. After the business meeting Mrs. Brown served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Geo. Jacobs was a guest. Miss Yvonne Johnston attended the commencement exercises of the Burnside high school Thursday evening. Robert Crotts a former student of the West Bend high school was one of the graduates. August Krause To Be Ames Graduate Fenton: August Krause, who will graduate this June from Ames, spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. August returned to Ames Sunday, driving back a new Ford coach, and was accompanied by Harold Newel, another Ames student, who spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newel. Chas. Portland Twp. Mr. and Mrs. Harold DePue, Cylinder, visited Sunday at the Thomas Claytons. Mrs. Leland Leland and Mrs. N. Smith visited Monday at the S. M. Petersens. Mrs. Emery Crouch, Algona, visited Monday evening at the Clarence Crouchs. Donald McCorkle, Algona, spent the week end at the R. S. McWhorter home. The G. O. McFarlands were Sunday visitors at the W. F. McFarlands, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Haines, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the Martin Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen called Sunday evening at the Alfred Godfredsons. Elda Jandl spent the week end at home. She is employed at the John Reeds, near Doan. The Roscoe Stewarts visited Sunday at the Garnie Hoods. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, Elda. Lorena. Lavina and Bohby, were West Bend visitors Sunday. Bernice Larsen and Sterling Johnson. Jewell, spent the week end at the George Larsen home. I Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, daughter lona, and Pearl McDonald visited Sunday at the Peter Godfred- sons. Mr.s. Clarence Crouch spent Sunday afternoon nn<! T!u--<iay with her sister, Mrs. Emery Crouch, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill and two daughters were Sunday visitors with the Dwight Potters. Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Shipler. of Maxwell, spent the week end with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs Will Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle and Mr. and Mr.s. Victor Lowe. Algona. visited Sunday evening at the Ray McWhorter home. A number of Portland people attended the Memorial services held Schwieterts Hold Family Gathering At Burt, Sunday Burt: Mrs. Lydia Evers and her daughters, Alice and Verda, Colesburg, visited from Wednesday to Monday at the W. H. Schwietert home. Mrs. Evers is Mr. Schwie- terrs sister. The Melvin Hunts, ftingsted, Myrtle Schwietert Des Moines. and Lorena Schwietert, of Mason City, also spent the week end at the Schwietert home. On Sunday a family gathering was held at the Schwietert home at which Mrs. Bertha Schwietert and son, Willard, the E. C. S<= hw ' ete jj^ Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Algona Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monar, Ismay, Montana, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Hardgrave and daughter, Algona, were also present Lloyd Marlow HI Lloyd Marlow is seriously ill at his home west of town. Mrs. Marlow's father and aunt, Fred and Nell Ware, PUttesvUte. WUconaln arrived Saturday. The R J- Hammerstroms visited relatives at Graettinger, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks, Algona. visited Sunday at the W. E. Stahl home. The Quinn Albrights, Des Moines, were week end guests at the C. C. Smith home. The Emil Pearsons spent Sunday at the Carl Hammerstrom home near Lone Rock. The W. R. Chaffees visited Mrs Chaffee's sister, Mrs. Will Larsen at Britt. Sunday. Lloyd Steward, Iowa Falls, visited from Sunday to Monday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Steward. The George Manus family and Elinor Stehle, Northwood, visited Sunday at the H. W. Manus home. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick visited Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Pocahontas. Dr M. I- Lichter moved his office quarters the first of the week into the suite of rooms back of the Burt Savings Bank. The James Goodwins and Mrs. Theo. Ingalls, Des Moines. visited Saturday and Si and C. C Smith signed and accepted a position at Mrs. W. H. Schwietert left Monday for Redfleld, S. D., to attend the funeral of her brother, Chaa. Ames, who died there Thursday and was to be burled ""T^th Mrs. Schwietert made the trip with Mr and Mrs. Paul Manor, who were on their way to their home at Ismay, Montana, after a short visit here with Mrs. Manor's mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, and other relatives. On account of the fire at the school house Sunday night the Decoration day services were held in the Methodist church Monday morning. The program included music by the school band, prayer by the Rev. 3. M. Doms, reading by Norma Scott, solo by Erna Baars, and a fine address by the Rev. Thoburn Speicher, pastor of the Methodist church. After the program the procession made up of the band, Legion and Auxiliary members, marched to the cemetery, where veterans' graves were decorated. SENECA PICNIC • FOIL OF FUN Seneca School Wins Baseball Game; Single Men Rule Roost Seneca: the annual community chool picnic was held on the Seneca school grounds Thursday with a large crowd In attendance. The entertainment for the forenoon consisted of running races, sack races, throwing contests, and the afternoon featured a kittenball game between Swen City and Seneca high school girls with Seneca winning and the high school boys defeated the Seneca Independent team and the Seneca married men were defeated In a kittenball game with the Seneca independents. Lutheran School At Whittemore To Hold Program, Tonight, 8 Whittemore: A program will be held at the Lutheran school hall on Friday evening at 8 p. m., In which the pupils of both Mr. Behnke's and Mr. Jessen's rooms will participate. The program follows: Welcome, song, grades 1 to 8; address of welcome, Arline Heckerson; Punctuation Points, Norman Strucker, Donald Maahs, Eugene Schattschneider, Kenneth Wehrspann, Robert Kruse, Jeannette Vaudt, Dorothy Ostwald; A Thanksgiving Quarrel, Alice Heinrich; The Spider, a song, grades 1 to 4; Pa Did It, Raymond Meyer; Pain, Elnora Wichtendahl; Court of Inquiry, Norman Schultz, Wayne Bell, Ernst Bernau, Howard Strucker, Kenneth Hackbarth, Wayne Gade and Elmer Maahs; In School and Out, Delbert Ostwald; The Stubborn Auto, Harold Feye; What Will the Neighbors Say, song, grades 5 to 8; Try, Norbert Tletz; Hard to Please, Ruth Ann Bell, and Robert Braatz; The Little Fisherman, Calvin Vaudt; Election of the Future, Phyllis Vaudt and Elnora Voigt; Somebody's Mother, Ida Bernau; Seeing I Am Jesus' Lamb, song, grades 1 to 4; address by the Rev. P. J. Braner of Algona. Part 2 of the program—Father Bless Our School Always, song, grades 1 to 8; Vacation Time, Melvin Roeber; Until Next September, Marian and Marie Henrich. Phyllis Mae Bell, Eldon Struecker, Darlene Schattschnelder. Deloris Gade, Harlan Vaudt. and Gladys Strueck- er; Plenty of Bites, Donald Schmel- Ing; Wash Day, Kathleen Maihs; She Tried Hard, Elnora Ostwald; We Are All Laughing, song, grades 5 to 8; Helps to Read, Lois Ohm; The Little Chatterbox, Eldora Maahs; A Rainstorm, Nelda Gade, Dorothy Braatz, Kenneth Rusch Alice Zumach, Eugene Vaudt and Elvin Meyer; Jes' Be What You Is, Albert Potratz; Menagerie, Florence Wichtendahl; Tom, the Piper's Son, song, grade* 1 to 4; Thanksgiving Jingles, Ella Braatz; The New Man, Ralph Jessen and Ruth Ann Behnke; If You Were You Milford Oade; How Girls Study Irene Bell, Luanna Dau, Esther Braatz, Hazel Maahs and Helen Meyer; closing speech, Wilma Dau; Farewell song, eighth grade. The school will hold Its annual picnic Sunday, June 8th, in the Geo Maahs Grove. 3C8CK80RC6CEC6C6C8CI&C8C8CP"' BANCROFT NEWS J. H. Sheridan was a business visitor in Swea City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Skilling and two daughters of Windoin, Minn. spent the week end at the M. A Saunders home. Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and daughter, Pat, and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and son, Thomas of Ames spent Saturday afternoon in Wesley. Mrs. L. J. Donnelly of Adrian Minn., spent the week end visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs the K. J-' Donnelly formerly lived here. at the Methodist Monday morning. church, Burl. The Arie. Lcwrenre and Charles Dittmer families and the Howard Salisburys were Sunday visitors at the Edvv. Dittmer home. lona Godfred&on came home from Jewel! Saturday for a short visit with her parents. A friend. Pearl McDonald, accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I.arsen. all of Waterloo, spent the week end at the S M. Petersen and George Larsen homes. Mr. and Mrs Ellis McWhorter daughter. Vera, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis McWhorter visited Sunday at the R. S. McWhorters. Vera home from end. Omiiba for the week at Mrs. Sfim VVinchcll was hostess tu a birthday piirtv Monday afternoon in honor of Mr.s. S. M. Pc-tt-r- .sen. Kk-vi-d friend:* were present, and the afternoon was spent socially. Mr. and Mr.s. Clifford Rinpsdorf '•n.| f-hildn-n vi.iit.ed ut the Peter fiodfred.ioiis Sunday. Mrs. Rings- clorf's sister and three daughters. Huwurdtn. are visiting the fredseiis at present. God- The R. C. Smiths. Jefferson, spent Sunday and Monday at the C. C. and K. J. Smith hornet R. C. is a brother of C. C. and K. J. Smith. Mrs A. G. Volentine and son, George visited her daughters. Mrs. Gordon YVhitmore and Neida Volentine at Swea City Sunday afternoon. „ Leroy, Anita and Elaine Pearson Minneapolis, were calling on old friends htrt Sunday. They are the children of August Pearson and lived on a farm north of Burt some >6 The Rewards of the Methodist church met at the A. C. Bernhard home Tuesday for their regular monthly business meeting and also entertained their wives at a party afterwards. Vera Chipman who is a student „, a business college in Mason City and a friend. Lucy Kelling, Renwick returned to Mason City Monday 'evening after spending the week end with Vera's father, E. O. Chipman. Mr and Mrs. Henry Stronnen. St. James, Minn., spent Decoration Day at the N. I. Morness home. Mr. Stronnen is Mrs. Morness' brother. Lawrence Misbach, Algona, was also a dinner guest Monday evening at the Morness home. Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Barteau and daughter. Ceiia. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hertserna. Oak Park, 111., visited over Sunday at the W. E. Stahl and J. W. Dorrunce homes. Mrs. Barteau's lather. Mr. Stahl. has been in very poor health of late. . The Glenn Wallaces, Des Moines, spent Decoration day at the G. P. Hawcott home. Mr. Wallace is Mrs. Hawcotl's brother. Their mother. Mrs. Bertha Wallace, accompanied the Wallaces home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward wen: al.-.fj dinner guests Monday at the <;. I' Hawcott home. Eincr Morness. Coc College atud- t-nt, spent Sunday at home. Helen Wade and Mrs. J. G. Olapsaddle went back with him, Miss Wade Koing to her home at Marion and Mrs. Clapsaddk- will spend a week with her parents in Cedar Rapids. Miss Wade taught third and fourth grades here lust year but has re- Emmet Devine and Ed Ford -returned Monday from Sioux City to spend the summer vacation al their respective homes. They at tended Trinity College there the past year. Georgia Carmean, teacher in the Bancroft high school, left Monday for Rockford, III., where she plans to visit at the home of her sister Mrs. Earl Elliott, until the first o September. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saunders ant sons, John and Gene and Mr. anc Mrs. W. J. Hood spent Monday a Minneapolis. While there they at tended the Minneapolis-St. Pau baseball game. Dr. Lawrence Welp of Water loo and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Welp and daughter, Margery of Fort Dodge, visited Sunday evening with Mrs. J. H. Welp, Sr., who has been in ill health for some time. Phil Sheridan of Ames spent Sun day and Monday at the home of hi parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheri dan. His wife and two sons spen the past week with relatives here John Sheridan and Mary Anita Cairy of Whittemore took them back to Ames Monday evening. Burt News Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbtll and 'amlly spent Sunday at the Ralph L.ftge home near Irvington. lone Bollig. beauty culture student at Fort Dodge, spent the past week end at the parental J. W. Bollig home. Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Hawbaker and VTrs. Dave Hawbaker and children, all of Elmore spent Thursday at the Harley Hoeck home. Mr. and Mrs. Jena Petersen and sons spent from Saturday until Monday with friends and relatives n Minnesota. Duane Campbell did their chores. Avis Byers returned to St. Paul Monday to resume her nurse's training. Avis has enjoyed a three weeks' vacation at the parental Loren Byers home. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen and family spent Thursday evening'at the J, W. Campbell home. Mrs. Ellen Hoeck, daughter, Alee and daughter and Mrs. Joe Goff and children all of Swea City, spent Sunday afternoon at the A, T. Paulsen home. W» do our own Lena Orindlnu. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. We specialize In Automobile Liability Insurance Our automobile insurance protects you in case you get hurt. A Modern Automobile Trarel Service Reasonable rates. Complete protection. Iowa and Minnesota Legal' Requirements (special rates) Fidelity Bonds — Surety Bonds — Beer Bonds Bonds written at our Algona office. Our policy writing connections and company contracts permit us to write your Insurance and bonds at the very lowest rates consistent with reliable service. 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