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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, June 3,1937 HELEN RADIG BRIDE OF HAROLD GROSS AT LOTTS CREEK, JUNE 3 Bride Honored With Many Gifts At Lovely Showers Fenton: Helen Radig was honored at a miscellaneous shower Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. The afternoon was spent at five hundred With Mrs. Walter Krause winning high prize and Martha Seegebarth consolation. Miss Radig received a large number of lovely gifts. Her marriage to Harold Gross of Lone Rock will take place Thursday, June 3 at the Letts Creek Lutheran church. Shower hostesses were Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Mrs. Emil Laabs. At Church Convention Dorothy Bruhn, Hilbert Hantelman, Sidonla Blerstedt, Laurnetta Bruhn, all members of the Falr- ville Walther League, with the pastor, Rev. H. D. Stahmer, attended the Walther League convention In Fort Dodge Saturday and Sunday. Dorothy Bruhn went as a delegate. Among the Fenton Walther Leaguers to attend the convention were Ella, Lorena and Ray Dreyer, Elna and Arthur Ruhnke, and Alvina and Ruth Dreyer. Palo Alto 4-H Club The Independence Idealists 4-H club met Saturday afternoon, May 29, with the Vernon township 4-H club girls at the home of Marjorie Volgt. The afternoon was spent practicing songs for music memory contest and pictures. Delton Kranse, 16 Delton Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, was honored his home Sunday evening. Bunco was played at six tables with Ervln Votteler winning high score prize and Edward Llndsey, low. Delton received a number of gifts. Hostesses were Cecelia and Delores Krause, sisters of Delton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dehnert and daughters, Doris and Donna and son, Arlo and Marjorie Johnson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn. Postmaster J. A. Schwartz attended a dinner honoring Governor Kraschel at Algona, Monday. Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Kennedy of California visited their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Laage Thursday. Sunday the Laages attended a family reunion at the Henry Tjaden home near Algona in honor of the Kennedys. Nurres Pay Visit Lola Lindsey, R. N., and Grace Yackey, R. N., of Iowa City, came Saturday and visited until Monday with Miss Llndsey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Kitchen and two sons of Oskaloosa came Sunday and visited until Monday with Mrs. Kitchen's parents, the Llndseys. Mrs. Alvin Zumacli spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thesefield, near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Faulstlch home near Burt Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel with their families enjoyed Sunday at Iowa Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Warren Snyder left Saturday for northern Minnesota for a week's fishing. Mrs. Carl Vohs Is West Bend Hostess West Bend: Tire W. H. F. Missionary society met with Mrs. Carl Vohs Friday afternoon. Mrs. Me- Far-land had charge of the devotions. Qecina Schutter had the topic, "Foreign Mtosionp" and Mrs. H. Boevers the "Home Missions." Janice Vohs played two piano solos and recitation, "The Flag is Passing" by Natalie Tinsley; recitation, "Spring Flowers", by Kay Boevers; song, "Throw Out the Life Line." The hostess served refreshments. 26th Anniversary St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Nick N. Thilges of St. Joe are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on Friday, June 4th. No Delays When you borrow for homes from this association . . . That's because we have ample funds to lend Immediately—from savings und credit facilities. Economical, practical, easy, our long-term loan plan enable you to repay from income. We'll help you build, buy, modernize or-refinance now. Avoid delays by seeing an INSURED ASSOCIATION for home financing money first. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 206 E. State St. t Algona, Iowa E-O-W **Ftoo Things You Have To Fight In Your Home — —Heat in the Summer -Cold in the Winter You can use fans in the summer to help you endure the heat. You burn and pay for coal or oil to help you endure long months of winter cold. THERE IS A BETTER WAV TO FIOHT THEM BOTH Insulate your home, particularly the roof. That is where most of the heat or cold enters. Stop it there and you have more comfort in summer and less heating expense in winter. This is the beat time of year to do an insulating job. It won't take us long to inspect your house and tell you which type of insulation is best for your need and what It will cost for material, also for labor to do the job. Have it done now and you can enjoy the hot weather this summer and save fuel every winter from now on. No charge for estimates and no obligation. Ask us now. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 22» Algona, Iowa ////y////x//^x/xx/x/////xx/>x/^^^ fL MINNEAPOLIS Youl «*>y dw Haul Amtan b*c«M of tU Mufotebk ImhUf of ito HMM, d* quid y«t tapKMbb Mrvitt tMdmd by *• iWf ud At tint food Mnwd to dtotof row* «*d caffo Ao» FwdMnMM, A* AwUwi, lituMcd •( 4* Start •t HmMpta AV«MM, to i* At mid»t of bmhni, Acppini wd miuMMtit «ctiviti«ii. G*t«i« ittcndmt tttlf far tad <kfcv*r* your c*r. THEODORE f. STCITEM MMAOia ANDREWS 4 TH STREET AT HENNEPIN AVE. Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz and sons, Winton and Frederick of Wlndom, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner and daughter, Sally, came Saturday for a visit at the parental Sam Warner home. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dehnert and Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder were callers at the W. J. Weisbrod home Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Esslinger of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and sons and Mrs. Henry Newel of Kanawha spent Sunday in Fenton visiting relatives. Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz and family left Sunday for Cedar Rapids to visit relatives. Rev. Kabelitz preached a mission festival sermon in Cedar Rapids Sunday morning. Edith Laage accompanied by Florence Weisbrod and Marj> Wilberg, the latter of Rlngsted, returned to Des Molnes Monday afternoon, following a visit with home folks since Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber auto- ed to Des Molnes Friday and brought home their daughter, Gladys. Hazel Weisbrod and Harold Newel, the latter of Ames, accompanied the Stoebers to Fenton. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod accompanied Mrs. Kate Newel to Lester, last Wdek, where they attended the graduation exercises of Mrs. Wels- brod's granddaughter, Jean Denker. R. M. Bahnson of Klrksville, Mo., came latt week Wednesday to visit his brother, Dr. B. K. Bahnson. Thursday he accompanied Dr. and Mrs, Bahnson to Inwood to visit relatives. Mrs. C G. Humphrey and daughter, Ruth Ellen, spent Saturday at Ringst'ed visiting Mrs. Humphrey's parents, the G. M. Millers. Sidney Bruce, who spent a week with his grandparents, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grelnert and daughter, Sally Beukema and Ervin Gremmcls spent Saturday night and Sunday fishing at Spirit Lake. While there they visited with Ervin's uncle, Walter Gremmels and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz of Wlnona, Minn., Mrs. Alfred Halver•on, of Rldgeway, Minn., came on Saturday and visited Sunday with Mrs. Frances Laken at the John Espe home. Mrs. Halverson is a sister of Mrs. Laken. Mrs. Ernest Votteler and sons, Robert, Ervin, Vincent and Dcland attended the wedding cermony of Mrs. Voteler's brother, Vincent Drew and Irene Conlon at the Assumption Catholic church In Emmetsburg, Thursday morning, May 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christensen and daughter of Racine, Wis., came Saturday and visited until Monday with Mrs. Christensen's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller. The Christen- sens returned to their home Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Mueller and daughter, Virginia Ruth and will all attend the graduation exercises of the ladies' sister, Bessie in Racine. Mr. and Mrs. John Flnnestad and daughter, Faith, Mrs. Russell Bergeson and daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Finncstad, Mr 1 , and Mrs. L. M. Finnestad and Marion went to Brooklngs, S. D., Thursday to attend the commencement exercises of Mamie Oleion, daughter of Mrs. Theodore LeFevre. Mrs. LeFevre is the former Aieda Finnestad, daughter of the L. M. Fin- ncstuds.. They all returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayton, daughter Helen and son Billie of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyer and children of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rouse and children of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rooendahl and son of Ayrshire, Mrs. William Krause of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Kathryn Reed and W. B. Williams of Dakota City, cume to Fenton Sunday and with the R. L. Padgett family enjoyed a picnic dinner at the City park. IH.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against low or damage. Equipped to do all [ kinds of draylng and hauling, i 33-tf ! Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pain. Jo not have to go to bed or lone any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a we>sk. You are welcome to come in for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain nay methcy) of treatment. Dr. 8. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL, HOSPITAL Iowa 31-tf 70 OTTOSEN ALUMNI HOSTS TO CLASS OF'37 SENIORS, SATURDAY Ottosen: The annual alumni banquet was held in the Ottosen gymnasium Saturday evening at 6:30 with 70 present. The senior class of 1937 were the guests and their class colors were carried out in decorations. The toastmaster was Jim Clave, o f Webster City. Welcome was given by Joe Longseth; response by Alice Thorsen. The following program was given in the high school auditorium following the banquet: song by audience; solo, Lola Wat- nem; musio, Naomi Struthefrs; reading, Alma Daniels; solo, Barbara Clave; piano solo, Doris Shipley; talk, Elmer Wehrspann. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Jessie Lovig; vice president, Delores Kinseth, and secretary-treasurer, Verna Holt. Commencement Commencemnt exercises of the Ottosen high school were held Friday evening in the high school auditorium. The program was as follows: processional, small instrumental group; music, "Will You Remember," girls' glee club; address "Youth's Approach to the Problems of Life," W. R. Hamilton, President Hamilton College of Commerce, Mason City; music, "Apple Blossom Time,** girl's glee club; presentation of wards, scholarship award, a medal and $2.50 to Alice Thorsen; actlvites award, a medal and $2.50, to Lola Watnem and Barbara Clave tied for the award; declamatory award, a dollar each to Leo Wehrspann, Lola Watnem and Fae Van Buskirk; medal winner of county, Barbara Clave; English award, $2 to Alice Thorsen and $1 to Barbara Clave; presentation of class, Supt. W. P. Truesdell; conferring of diplomas, Naomi Struthers, secretary of board of education. Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Clinton Fraser at the John Hanson home Saturday. A good program was given. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Esther Kallestad of Rodman is visiting at the Tom Olson home. Mrs. O. K. Olson Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Lenz at Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahl and family were Fort Dodge shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson and family visited relatives in Bode Sunday. Mr. Dahl and son, Oscar, and Ole Elllngson went to Eagle Grove on Sunday. Dr. Shipley was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge recently. 5 Swea Township Schools Wind Up Work of Semester Swea City: Schools in Swea township closed this week for the summer vacation. Picnics were held by the various groups. Five pupils wrote the eighth grade examinations. They were: Wendell Erick- sort, Donnld Johnson, and Ruby Conn of District No. 3; Robert Scholty, District No. 4, and Mavis Preston, District No. 8. Second Anniversary Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goetsch celebrated their second wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and her mother, Mrs. Anna Osborn, also Miss Agnes Goetsch. Musical Reading Program At Four Corners' Meeting Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Eula Hich. Roll call was answered by questions. Opening song was "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." A paper was read by Pearl Potter and a paper, "Joan of Arc" was read by Mrs. Lucille Rich, who substituted for Mrs. Rose Sabin. A vocal solo was rendered by Margaret Dit.sworth, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ditsworth. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jessie Elmore. C. N. Robinson, Mrs. Everett Witham and Willard Mitchell were on the sick list last week. The Quentin Bjustroms, Orville Holdrens and Mrs. Lewis Broesder were fishing last week Thursday. The Oliver Elmores, Blue Earth, and the Perry St. John family were Sunday guests at the Mart Elmore home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus, Rock Rapids, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the parental Howard Witham home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knoll and son-and daughter of Stockport. are making a two weeks' visit at the Otto Harlan home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker who are staying at the Arch Walker home, spent the week end at the Jimmy Dunn home west of Bancroft. L. J. Lowman and his brother, Mart of Colfax, Illinois, returned home last Wednesday after a few days here on business. L. J. has been in Illinois the past two or three months, called by the illness and death of a brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John Gettman and family and two of the George Gettman children of Mason City were guests of the John Sabins Saturday and Sunday nights. Sunday they drove to relatives and stopped en- route at Swea City cemetery, where Mr. Gettman's parents are buried. They returned to Mason City Monday. Mr. and Mr». Harry Witham, daughter Delores of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Witham. daughter Mrs. Myrtle Viniiig and her daughter, Harriet Frances. Algona. were Sunday dinner guests at the Howard Witham home. They visited at the Everett Withams in the afternoon and were at the Ben Sloter home near Lone Rock for supper. Delores Klnseth, who w6rks in Algona, spent the week end with her parents. Don Usher of Ames visited at the Henry Henrikson home over the week end. Lee Holt of Spencer spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Fisher and children of Omaha are visiting at the Shipley home. Ver Van Buskirk went to Adcl Sunday, where she will spend two weeks visiting relatives. Miss Clara Thorsen of Minneapolis is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thorsen. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard und family of Sibley visited at the Van Buskirk home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehrspnn and son, Elmer, went to Fenton Sunday where Elmer preached. Mr and Mrs. J. Van Buskirk and daughters spent Sunday and Monday visiting relatives at Traer. Mr. and Mrs. Don Olson and family of Grand Junction visited the Douglas Olson home Sunday. 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