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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1937
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tfl* The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, June 10,1937 WIDDEL FAMILY REUNION BRINGS 125 GUESTS, SUN. Fenton, Whittemore Are Represented At Clear Lake Dinner Fenton: The annual family re union of the Widdel clan was held Sunday, June 6, at the city hall in Clear Lake. The group had planned to meet at the park but on account of cold weather, they met in the hall, where dinner was served At tables to 125 people who were from Fenton. Whittemore, Jessup, Readlyn, Woolstock, Dewar, Denver, Fairbanks and Waterloo. Those from Fenton attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel and sons, Duane and Mervln, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel and daughter, Marion and son, James, Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Weisbrod and daughter, Nettle, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Welsbrod and Bobbie and Billie Mitchell, Mrs. Carrie Haase and eons, Gail and Earl and daughter. Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and family. Mall Root* Substitutes Edward Prlebe la substituting on the mall route for Carl Prlebe and Henry Theesfield for S. E. Straley. Host to Falrrllle Aid Mrs. A. D. Bleckwenn was hostess to the Fairville Lutheran Aid society at her home last week Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Emit Bleckwenn, Mrs. Walter Wegener, Mrs. Raymond Grem- rnels, Mrs. Arnold Hantelman. Mrs. Ray Gardner and Mrs. Fred Olson. Mr. and Mrs. William Jentz entertained at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens visited their son, Bradford, at Ames, Sunday. Harold Padgett is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Clifford Meyers and family at Corwith. Edmund Krause spent several days last week with his sister, Mrs. Enos Wrede at Burt. Mrs. E. C. Woito of LuVerne spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Henry Reimers. Henry Kern of Tipton, Iowa, spent several days last week with his brother, Car), and family. C. O. Fitts of Marshall, Minn., was a brief caller at the H. C. Lindsay and Rev. J. T. Snyder homes on Monday morning:. „ Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and daughters, Ruth Ellen and son, Sidney were Sunday visitors at the L. B. MUlen, Kaoawha. Carl Friebe, Mr*. ~" Mary Ford, Joe Mousel, Bancroft, Married Monday Bancroft: On Monday morning, Mary Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ford, became the bride of Joseph Mouse), son of J. P. Mouse). The ceremony was performed by Rev. Joseph Schultes. The bride was attired in a dress of white organdy with a long tulle veil and she carried a bouquet of white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a floor-length dress of pink lace and she wore a blue bandeaux in her hair. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Frances and Regina Berens are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Hubert Hood at Humboldt. Frank Baker and Jack Groves of Iowa City visited Wednesday and Thursday at the C. M. Baker home. Hubert Hood of Humboldt and W. J. Hood attended the I. G. A. convention held in Minneapolis this week. Mrs. J. A. Devlne entertained the Arthur Murray family at dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. Murray's birthday. Isabel Cross, who had been visit- Ing for the past week with her friend, Lois Mason, returned to her home in Omaha Sunday. Atty. and Mrs. Wm. Sheridan and daughter of Keokuk are visiting at the home of Mr. Sheridan's mother, Mrs. N. E. Sheridan. The banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday for Dorothy Schiltz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz, and Eldon Stoffel. of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hlggins and four sons of Detroit, Michigan, are visiting relatives and friends in Bancroft this week. Mrs. Higgins was formerly a resident of Bancroft La Von Gerdes To Brain Trust Derby Wesley: La Von Gerdes left Monday morning at five o'clock in company with the superintendent of schools at Woden and two of the Woden high school Btudents for Iowa City where the three girls were to enter the state "Brain Derby" contest Lavon placed !n plane geometry and world history scoring the highest over all In geometry in this dstrict and third high in world history. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Peters and sons of Breckenridge, Oklahoma, came last week Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Peter's mother, Mrs. H. Meyer, her sister, Elsie and brother, Martin Meyer at the latter's home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach were visitors at the August Zumach home In Rolfe and at the Howard ;«r home to Palmer Saturday. Reed* "SCT"^ day to get two new Pontiac can. Vivian Huakamp and Jack Sigler of Chicago came Saturday for a weeks' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Ervin and Robert Votteler spent Saturday and Sunday fishing near Fairmont and were Saturday night visitors with their aunt, Mrs. Joe Landsteiner. Marjorie Johnson was hostess to the Fenton Forward 4-H club on Friday afternoon. June 4. and the occasion was also her 16th birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage were dinner guests at the Mrs. Minnie Stark home in Des Moines, Sunday. Mrs. Edward Priebe and daughter, La Von n of Fairville attended the funeral of Mrs. Priebe's brother-in-law, Irvin Recce, 40, at Albert Lea. Minn., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. Schwartz's lather. C. F. C. Laage spent Thursday at the Eagle Gardens at Eagle Grove to see the iris and peonies now in bloom. Mrs. Olaf Norland accompanied by Mrs. Tom Berkland and daughters. Marion and June Brown, drove to Cedar Falls last week Tuesday. where June will attend summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and families of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Wegtner home in Algeria. On Sunday tb« Alvin were dinner guett* of Mr. and Mr*. Carl Merck In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained at dinner Sundaj, Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and sons, Herbert. Gordon and Mervin, Mrs. Mary Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and son, James. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kresensky and son. Tom of Mankato, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin of Letts Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern were visitors at the W. P. Welsbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weisbrod and daughters, Lucille and Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Mr. and Carl Kern and daughter, Helen and Mrs. Kate Newel. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Warren Snydeir returned Saturday evening from a week's fishing in northern Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. R A. Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Eigler returned on Sunday from a tm day*' visit spent at the northern lakes rirhing. Ole Pederson, Mr. and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn, Mr. and Mrs. John Mickiick and Mrs. Dale Long drove to Rochester Sunday to visit Mrs. Ole Pederson. a patient in the Mayo hospital. Mrs. Peclerson is convalescing nicely from her recent operation and expett.s to corne home this week Wednesday or Thursday. BURT STUDENT U. OF I. GRADUATE Paul Kriethe, Jr., Re ceives Degree of Bachelor of Science Burt: Paul Kriethe, Jr., graduated from the University of Iowa on Monday, receiving a degree of Bachelor of Science In Commerce. His mother and sister, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and Eugenia, went down Saturday to see him graduate. He returned home with them Monday. Fre-Nuptial Shower Margaret Morness and lone Moyer entertained at a shower Tuesday evening at the Morness home for Helen Thompson, who will leave next week for Salem, Oregon, where she will be married to Frank H. Lathrop. formerly of Algona. The guests at the shower were Helen Schwietertfi Rachal Clapsaddle. Marllda Pratt, Oriole Brooke, Mrs. Harriet Black and Margaret Blossom, Algona. Children's Day Program Children's Day will be observed at the Methodist church next Sunday with the junior department in charge of the opening exercises of the Sunday School. A children's choir will sing at the church service and other parts of the service will also be in charge of the children. In the evening a play, "St. Christopher's Children, will be given. The play Is being coached by Lurena Wessel. The F. O. B. bridge club met with Mrs. Al Staehle Friday evening. Charles Webb. Ottumwa. spent the week end with Charles Hanna. Mrs. O. H. Graham entertained the Hi-Low bridge club Tuesday afternoon. E. E. Paine attended a banquet in Austin. Minn., Tuesday given by Hormel & Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill visited at the Dwlght Potter home in Swea City Sunday. The library board held its quarterly meeting at Thompson's store Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Whitmore, Swea City, spent Sunday at the A. G. Volentine home. Mrs. Sam Warner and daughter. Lola. Fenton, visited Monday at the E. C. Bierstedt home. lone Moyer, Helen Thompson and Margaret Morness were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader. of Milwaukee, Wis,, spent the week end at the M. L. Vinaas home. The Rev. L. Richmann went to Rochester. Minn., Monday to have a minor operation on his throat. SupL and Mrs. Condlt Bowie 'Pent the week-end, with Mrs. The Builder pat f 'til >cu fur >"U today. Build Lew li-ucrs-! Repair uhl uiico! we liuvt' the \nrt and fence pn-lfi. Get uii (.•stimuli;. London Fog Story — A im: IT hunt re- "ESwiiVparents 'm'ManhaUtoifn. Mr*. Al StMble, Mrs. H. L. Sauermann. Mn. P. F. Kriethe and daughter. Eugenia, spent Friday In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Keepers. Cylinder, visited Sunday at the J. D. Graham home. Mr. Keepers Is Mrs. Graham's nephew. Dale Kennedy, who is employed in a Mason City bank, is spending a week's vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Boettcher Bros, took over the operation of their meat market on Monday morning. Will Becker, who has had charge of it. has not yet made plans for the future. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and her daughter, Joan, returned Sunday from Marshalltown, where they had spent u week with Mrs. Chipman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ross. Mrs. Carl Reynolds spent last week with relatives at Audubon. Mr. Reynolds and his mother, Mrs. Belle Reynolds went down for the week end and brought her home Sunday. The Ernest Vaughns, Rolfe. were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Bahling home. Their daughter. Frances, who had spent a week at the Uahling home, returned home with them. Will Toebben left Monday for Chicago after a visit with his mother. Mrs Anna Toebben. Don and Jean Martinson and C'layton Sohrailtt went back to Chicago with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent the week end with Mr. Heaney's parents at Kiester. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Heaney were married last week at LeMars. Mrs Heaney was formerly Iva Trunkhill. The junior department of the M. E. Sunday School will have a picnic on the I. W. Hansen lawn Saturday noon. The picnic is being given by the losers to the winners of a contest which has just closed. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Event* Photographed far The Algona Upper Des Moines ARCHBISHOP MUNDELEIN DEDICATES NEW SCHOOL —Chicago, HI. His eminence, George Cardinal Mundelein, archbishop of Chicago who became involved last week in an International controversy with Germany for his verbal attack on the Nazi treatment of the Catholic church, May 23, carried on his duties with the dedication and blessing of the new St Gregory school located on the city's north side. Cardnlal Mundelein spoke briefly at the dedidatlon but did not broach the subject which last week caused an uproar In Nazi Germany. Photo shows George Cardinal Mundelein, dressed in the robes of archbishop, giving his blessing to followers. AT HINDENBERO INVESTIGATION—LAKEHURST, N. J.—Dr. Hugo Eckner (left), Zeppelin designer, who beads the German Inquiry board that has come to this country to investigate the Hindenburg disaster; Dr. Ludwig Duerr, chief engineer of the Zeppelin Co., and one of the German experts; and South Trimble, Jr., of the U. S. Department of Commerce inquiry board, speaking together during a session of the Department of Commerce hearing here today, May 14. Dr. Eckner and his associates listened to testimony at the hearing, and also Inspected the wreckage of the Hindenburg and attended a showing of newsreel pictures of the disaster. The famous dirigible expert refused to offer any theory as to the cause of the flre which •flrrtrrqrrfl thn jto I'~ ~~* said that he and the German commission wouM-rfEVi PJ |.T and observers at the hearing. "A MILLION DOLLAR MONUMENT TO FOLLY"— This steam shovel, dubbed a. "million dollar monument to folly," now at the mercy of wrecker, almost bankrupted Renville county, Minnesota, 20 years ago during the drainage craze. Before the general public realized what was happening a scheme was under way to plow a huge drainage ditch throughout the length of the county. Scores of farmers lost their homesteads through the resulting ditch taxes and the county was plunged over a million dollars in debt. For 20 years the huge machine stood on the Gil Hawes farm on the Renville-McLeod county line while the ditching corporation attempted to secure rights to continue operations through McLeod county. Fairview-Corwith Charles Dennis was a caller at Goldneld Sunday. Art Scheffleman is the owner of a new Chevrolet coupe. Postmaster J. J. Bonnstetter visited friends at Fairmont, Sunday. Herman B. Springer lias returned home after a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. Frank Raw of Denver, Col. r was a business caller in Corwith on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson and Lois Jean were Algona callers on Saturday evening. gi Eagle, Harrison, Swea Twp. 4-H Elections June 1 Swea City: Members of Eagle Swea and Harrison township 4-1 baby beef and poultry club mee at the A. L. Swanson home Tues day evening, June 1. Mr. Ward of the Swift Hatchery, Algona, Iruuj u chrk: "I cuuuot tome to work tins morning nn account of tLe log. I luive nut >et arrived home jts- Felices lloldiUe.' Up under wcath.r and tluck'.' All ieliciut-' t-Upphce here at U V n.\ Hi. ;• -a i" C'JII.V ,11 1' 1 uli l.-rU- iuale. 'Iheii- u'.t- ;,:.!.• ••\v IK ii *v < U i: II A!- *cilA, had :ii--lc walk (;ate.-. .:!jii (iuubk- drive i.'uit-.-. poultry and laim ^utf«. We Uave tl.e i;,;ht Kate for your ri-(iui:mjtLts. II-AU an elephant is i,c(uu>e they've uev- < r buij offered une Inr a di.iiar down and 5'.'c a week. l>iv<.e h use paint re .-(.ale. '.A real .,uu!i:.i product. ' ..;..:• t l.aii .1; ic- p.-;:-j I... ; J-i. i'L..- i " \CU' dt/JD', Cl.iil- .'" "NuiliiL 1 , n.airncy." "Vo'a tlttl"' WO' >•->' p.ippv every Ail Iliads of paint supplies. \Ve carry impeiiULe. thinner, Or\tr, JiUitfcd oil, aLd (.tiier paint ii. i d a d v ! c t : "Iii.u't dnve like a lui.l. You Luit'llt Ujlrtt ULulher I Le." \Vi,, u .-* rttuc rui:t i-ii! i *'., u.-. \V,- liaxe t '.: . h. ' : ;.u i vuiiizcd 'A .; e Ii.r le-sc!ei II.;,- Work done The L. E Roetmans spent the! Mrs - Lut 'y Harris is visiting at | week end with Mrs. Roetrnrm's par-i tne hom* of her daughter. Mrs. I ents at New London. They brought I Shelby Stevens and family. home with them their daughter. The Fairview circle of the M. E. Mnrjcrie. who had spent a couple ' Ladies' Aid met on Wednesday at of weeks there with her grandpar- ' the home of Mrs. Henry Weber, trm - I The M. E. Epworth League spon- The Frank Mxons and Raymond I sored an ice cream and cake sale I>ixons, Plover, were Sunday vis- at the church parlors Saturday itor» at the H. A. Thompson home They arc Mrs. Thompson's father's and brother's families. The S. M. Petersons were Sunday dinner guests at the Thompson home. The S. E. Straleys, Fenton. and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. i Kdwardi. Indianapolis. Ind.. ar..d the C, E. Braces were supper guests Thursday evening at the W. E Brace home. On Saturday the ritraltys took Mr. and Mrs. Edwards back to their home in Indianapolis and remained for a visit of a week night. Mr. and Mrs. Arlon Bogard and littlf; daughter. Ann of Eagle Grove spent Sunday at the parental Frank C. Bunting home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Evans and son, Frtdrkk, of Eagle Grove were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans. Eric Erickson. William Erdman. Jr., Vernon Studer and Clifford Meyers enjoyed a fishing trip to Twin Lakes Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Oberhelman of (Joldtield and son Lyrnan, spent vr A J t~i Sunday at the home of her par- I OlingS, Andrews On ems. Mr. and Mrs Al Brown. ^, Mri1 VVl " Sn y d<:f anj daughter, riortnce and Mrs. Olson and her r>o.jn: Mr. ar;j Mrs Loyal Young; daughter of Colo Were gufcals on Thursday at the Ed Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. LieHae Godfrey oi .sittd Sunday at the Mr and Mrs. Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Let Way To Yellowstone Livermor«WHMS Elect* New Officers Uvermore: Mrs. John Frederick entertained the women of the W. H. M. 8. at her home Friday. Following the business session, election of officers was held with the following elected for the coming year: Mrs. Charles Brown, president; Mrs. William King, vice president; Mrs. Henry • Swanson, secretary (reelected); Mrs. Chester Holcomb, treasurer (reelected). Guests other than members were Mrs. Don Sayers, Mrs. J. F. Holcomb, and Martha Mackintosh. Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt and son, David of LuVeme were also present An Interesting program was under the supervision of Mrs. King. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Collins, with Mrs. Charles Jones as lejder of the lesson. Mrs. Frederick will entertain the ladles of ths M. E. Ladies' Aid society at her home June nth, assisted by Mrs. J. F. Holcomb. Hotel Changes Hands There will be a change at the St James hotel here this week .when Mr. and Mrs. Gutknecht who have been here since December are leaving. The patrons who have been enjoying the splendid place that the Gutknechts have been operating, will regret their leaving. Their plans are incomplete at the present time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raney will enjoy having three of their children who have been away visit with them for the summer months. Mrs. Maude Barrett of Ledyard with her two children, Virgil and LaVonne, will spend the summer there while Mr. Barrett, who has been super- ntendent of the Ledyard school for the past ten years, will have work in a university during the summer. He will teach at Troy next fall, In the capacity of superintendent Miss Faith Raney who has been an Instructor on the faculty at Otranto, will also be with her parents. Herbert Raney, who is athletic coach at Luana is at home for the vacation season. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 4255 In District Court, June Term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Matt Osterbauer, Deceased, dated September 30th, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June S, 1937. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. L. A. Winkel, Atty. 23-25 Annual Picnic of West Bend Women West Benrft The Bay View club held its annual picnic at the home of Mrs. Alma Kongsbach. Each member brought » gu«*t- were chosen and games were played. The guesta were Mesdames C. Bonnstetter, Bernlce Bowells, Austin, Fain, Graham, Rowland, Schurg and Harris. Marie Clements' Beauty Salon SPECIALS FOR JUNE Shampoo and Fingerwave with any one of the following: Arch Hair Cut, Manicure or Cocktail Facial $1.00 Regular $3.50 Permanent Waves $2.60 Operators MARIE CLEMENTS AUGUSTA ROTH Phone No. 5 for appointment VACATION LUGGAGE You'll enjoy your vacation more if you have good looking luggage. Inexpensive bags as low as 98c Airplane Wardrobe Bags $11. 50 Others at lower prices. MADSON & HANSON THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES POLO SHIRTS Just the thing for summer wear. White—Blues Maroon 29c 49c 59c 98c $1.25 MADSON & HANSON THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES gave a talk on poultry problems. County Agent A. L. Brown gave a talk on the club project. Election of officers waa held and the following were elected: president, Mavis Swanson; vice president, Wallace Johnson; secretary, Grace P.oba; leader, Myron Johnson; assistant leader, Mrs. Harold Roba. a BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. JIM FOOL, Muuuger Mr and Mrs U, an Andrews : alur.j..y r.:,;i.; fur Yeili,A'stoiie i.'i'l S-iK 1. ike f'itv. wi-.ere \isit Mr., Mae Anderson !.•! ,..!.>., inia Mrs. J 1^ ti;e I..!-'. .. iar and '.vhrj ': .V.U. t'-.eln Ti.ty '..ill Mrs Youiifc- and Livun .t Sterling. C'oiorudo, and jrolht-r Lawrence They expect ijc- yonc a Week. LuVcn.c v i^mes uf Mu Mr Joti:i Mr.-. .in,.lrev. ^ Huroid Evans and .-ana st.vrjt Sunday ;,t the ;.-.-.!. .., ,,t Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Eva/,s attij Mr. and Mrs. J. Brandt lu Wcoistock. Mrs. EUa. retorctd to her home in Ames Saturday after spending a week at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Quackenbush. Mr and Mrs. Lamon Sanders'en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gregson and son, Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cashraer and Jacqueline at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miles and son of Miles City, Montana, are spend- nig a few days with relatives, having been called here by the death of the former's sister, Miss Elizabeth May. Albert Johnson is still ill at the Fort Dodge hospital. What w«s believed to be flu, developed into the pneumonia, and it will be some time before Mr. Johnson can return to bis home. Betty Morth. who has for the past two years made her home with Mr and Mrs. Clifford Applegate, has gone to the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs Ed Baker, who live near Kanawha Mr. and Mrs. Verle Scribner are the parents of a daughter, Verlina Mae. born Saturday at the University hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Scribner was formerly Miss Dorothy Hartwig. Miss Mary Mt'.iHe closed her school year toil Friday with a pic nic for her pupils and Lhtir parents. A program was given by the pupils;. 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