The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 3,1937 SWEA MEMORIAL PROGRAM, SUNDAY Swea City: A Memorial Day program was held Sunday afternoon, May 30, at Reynolds Park under the direction of Fisher post of the American Legion, with Rev. R. C. Swanson as main speaker. A parade formed at the L«gion hall and marched to the park. The parade included Civil War Veteran J. P. Frakes, World War veterans, American Legion Auxiliary, Junior American Legion Auxiliary and the Band. Invocation was given by Rev. R. P. Bronleewe; America by the audience with band accompaniment Swea Twp. young men's octette address, Rev. R. C. Swanson; anc benediction by Rev. H. E. Harvey Bernice Rath and Sylva Isaacson are visiting June and Sylva Anderson at East Chain,'Minn. The annual guest day of the M E. church will be held June 2. A special program has been arranged.- Mrs. R. A. Bravender was called to Othello, Washington, recently by the death of her brother, John L. Guest. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson, Mr and Mrs. Emil Larson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Petterson home. Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club met at the home of Carl Rath last Saturday. Plans were made for Rally day at Call Park, Algona, on June 8th. Miss Freda Bergeson, who has taught school at Newell the pas) year, Is spending summer vacation at the home of her father, Albtn Bergeson. Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, Mra. A. Van Alstlne, Mrs. Jennie McCrary and Mrs. Emit Larson and daughter, ' Mavis, attended the Kossuth County institute on Christian Education at the Presbyterian church, Burt, this week Monday. Mra. Wm. Christiansen, Mrs. Ingmar Haugen, Mrs. J. Softner and Miss Florence Seabach of Dysart were guests Monday afternoon of June Larson. Mrs. Haugen, Miss Seabach and June Larson were former Co College students at Cedar Rapids. Fifty benches have been placed In the Reynolds Park. Together •with a bandshell, benches to seat 200 people and a fine tennis court, this Is now one of the finest parks In north Iowa. Twenty-four band chairs have been purchased for the musicians and conerts will be held every week. Miss June Larson left Thursday forenoon for Alhambra, Cal lofrnia, to visit her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Anderson and other relatives in Los Angelea and Inglewood, California. Miss Gladstone of Lone Rock, and Robert Bunje, music instructor of Swea City, were other members of the party who drove through In Mr. Bunje'a car. Mrs. Virgil Jenson, Miss Mavis Larson and Mrs. A. Hesseldahl of Wlnnebago, Minn., were honored at a birthday party at th« Virgil Jen- am horn* Tuesday evening. The COM* were Mr. and Mr*. A. H*** •eldahl and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, Mr*. Alma Jacobson and three children of Wlnnebago, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jenson. son Maynard, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Larson and children, Francis Far- Ine and Pauline Preston. The evening was spent socially and lunch was served.. Boy 15 Hitch-hikes From Illinois To LuVerne For Visit LuVerne: Howard Martin, the 15 .year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Martin, Mattoon, 111., arrived last week by the hitch-hike route for a visit with his aunts, Mrs. Lee Llch- ty, Mrs. Ike Smith and Mrs. Elon French. He lived here with his parents, when he was small. A son, the first born, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlstau, Jr., last week Wednesday. Mrs. Rlstau was formerly Lucille Munson, Llv- ermore. The Chas. Wolfs and Arthur Look left Saturday noon for eastern Iowa where Mr. Look planned to visit relatives at Clinton and the Wolfs at Grand Mound. Alice Bills, Maurine and Marilyn CXConnell and Ruth and Phyllis Llchty came from Chicago Saturday morning to spend the double holiday with the home folks. Dr. and Mra. T. L. Williams, the Cecil Williams and the Lloyd Zent- n»rs attended a Wonders family reunion which was held at Oolliver Park Sunday. About 80 were present. Among those who visited relatives here over the week end were the Clarence Engels, Cedar Rapids, Ray Mason and daughetrs, Clara and Maxine, Fairmont, Mona Mason, Thompson, Mrs. John Zweifel and John, Jr., Rochester, Minn. There was a family dinner at Mrs. Catherine Martys Monday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Porter Adams and son, Junior, who have been visiting at the Marty home since Saturday. Their home is In Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bakewell and Barbara Ann, St. Paul, were Sunday guests at the Martys. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turpin were In LuVerne Sunday for a few hours. They were returning from their wedding trip which had included a visit to Niagara Falls. They brought Fred Ticde back from Detroit, where he had been viaHting his daughters, Vera and Elda, and his son, Walter. They had also stopped at the Geo. Lothringer home at Davenport. Mrs. Lothringer is another daughter of Mr. Tiede. When the Presbyterian Young People's League of the north half of the Fort Dodge Presbytery met at Rolfe Friday night and Saturday the local group was represented by Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock. Jeanne Jennings, Orvllle Leonard aad Mabel Kubly, Betty Trauger, Shirley Dimler, Georglanne Baumgartner, Virginia, Evan, and Robert Lee Llchty, Wm. and Robert Chapman- Jeanne Jennings has been president of the group tor the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickjon and daughter of near Algona. spent Sunday end Monday with his mother, Mrs. Henna* Brickson. St. Benedict Hew* Miss Josephine Bruenlng, who is employed In Wesley spent Sunday with home folks. Gene Erlckson left Tuesday morning for Iowa City, where he will have the cast removed from his body. AI Rosenmeyer had a crew o f carpenters of Algona at his farm home last week Friday, reshingling the barn. Miss Irene Fasuender spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Harold Henniger at Waterloo, returning to her home here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy and the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Neuman, all of Sexton, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Martin Rahm home. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Pothoff, St., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steussy and family of Mason City spent Sunday and Monday here and at LuVerne and spent untit Saturday nt the Mrs. Anna Huschka and Al Rosenmeyer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keene of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Hnr- ry Simmons and son of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the E. F. Arndorfer home. Theresa Ann, daughter of the Arndorfers Is spending some time with her aunt, Mrs. Keene at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna were enetrtalned by a number of their friends Thursday evening. They in turn gave them a real dance at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall at Algona with Fowlers orchestra of Humboldt furnishing the music> Everyone enjoyed a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pfeffer and family and Miss Ann Witte, all of Des Molnes, spent Sunday and Monday at the J. M. Witte home; the John Froehllchs and son of Cedar Rapids at the Dan Froehltch home; the Clyde Connors of Des Molnes at the Eva German home. All came to spend Memorial Day here. WEST BEND MAN WED IN ALGONA West Bend: Miss Constance Bnird of Jefferson and Verne Miller of this place were united in marriage at Algona Thursday afternoon by A. S. Hueser. The bride has been a junior high school teacher in the public schools here for the past six years. The groom is a graduate of the West Bond high school and Iowa State Teachers College in 1335, and has taught nt Ionia for the past two years, and has been re-electeti for the cominsr year. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mrs. Arthur Rystad of Fort Wayne. Indiana, is here visiting her twin sister, Mrs. Peter Csup- per. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bangert of Ashton. came Saturday for a week end visit with her mother, Mrs. T. W. Williams. V. H. Reid of Palmer came Saturday to spend the week end with his family. He is cashier of the new bank that just opened there. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sloan and daughter, Eulah of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Golda Wooley and son, Roger of Nevada, came Friday evening for a week end visit with their mother, Mrs. Ada Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellis from Whittemore spent Sunday at the Joe Stattleman home. MILK PAILS Smooth!? Hold- rrrO Innlrtt Ilvy. Tinned Win- Bull Fnll l.tn.lh. «fn 1.1 fl. cnpflclt? You will like the smoothi}- soldered Inside seams of these palls and the heavy tinned Btronsr wire ball. You will like the leak- pronf construction and the raised bottom. NEW LARGER 3 for 99c 36c each TIRE BOOT Made of 3- ply cord fabric, 4*514 Inches IOWA 2c each Greyhound Spark Plug cmutnctton. A. U.OM mil* plat. OWNED AND OPERATED BY JOE BLOOM FREE Souvenirs Grand Opening Day, Sat. 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OTrt Lon*-, SUtl Tip Dti»p UuuUt Bud 24 Ea»t State Street Algona, Iowa NATIONALLY ORGANIZED

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