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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 17,1937 SHOWER HONORS MISS THOMPSON SOONJTO MARRY Mrs, Morness, Mrs. Schrader of Hurt Boats to 17, Saturday Hurt: Mrs. N. I. Morness and Mra. Ci H. Schrader entertainfeti 17 guests Saturday afternoon at a shower for Helen Thompson, who leaves this week for Salem, Oregon, where she will be married to Frank Lathrop, formerly of Algona. Helen Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and has taught at Fenton the past two years. House Trailer Traveler* Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaston, Phoenix, Arizona, arrived last week for a visit at the Myron Melnzer home and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Gaston is a sister of Mr. Melnzer. The Gastons have a house trailer in which they spent the winter in Florida. After leaving there they visited Washington, D. C., Detroit, Michigan, where Mrs. Gaston has a sister. Before coming here they had attended the 20th anniversary of Mrs. Gaston's class In nursing at Iowa City. Mrs. Gaston will be remembered as Esther Meinzer, one of Burl's two World War nurses. Rev. Blchmann Home Mrs. L. Richmann, daughter Margaret and Martha Ruhnke and Harold Welske went to Rochester, Minn., Saturday and brought home Rev. Richmann, who had a throat operation performed there the first of the week. Rev. Richmann Is recovering satisfactorily, but will be unable to fill his pulpit for several w . e « ks - t The Rev. R. w. Kabelttz of Fenton, preached for him Sunday and a student pastor, John Zimmerman, Algona, will preach next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Millen, Mitchell, S. D., spent an hour at the Al Steahle home Thursday. Mr. Millen was accompanying Mrs. Mll- len, who was being taken in an ambulance to her home at Mitchell from Marion, where they had been visiting relatives and where Mrs. Millen had been very seriously Injured about ten days before, when she fell down a flight of basement stairs, striking her head against the cement floor. She received a very serious skull fracture, which was at first thought would prove fatal, but she rallied and was slowly improving. She is Mr. Staehle's only sister. To Church Conference A group of seven Presbyterian young people are leaving Wednesday of this week for Storm Lake, where they will attend a summer conference which is being held for a week at Buena Vista College. Those attending are Eugenia Mae Krlethe, Lyla Olson, Virginia Thaves, Ruth Thompson, Nona Scott, Clarence Riddle and Stuart Thaves. William Gildner, Mason City, visited Burt friends Sunday. Ruth Carter is spending the summer at the P. W. Kollasch home. The Robert Grahams, Algona, visited Sunday at the J. G. Sewlck home. The .Leonard Schmidts, Bode, spent Sunday at the Paul Moore home. The Earl Millers spent the week end with Mr. Miller's parents in Boone. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer visited Mr. Meinzer's sisters at Fort Dodge Sunday. 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SAVE 25c Get this Cara Nome Perfume and a generous 25c size box of the famous $2.00 Cara Nome Face Powder for only 25c and this coupon. Clip coupon and bring to our 1b«att Drug Store today. Offer good only during this sale. Not redeemable after June UO, 1937. Redeem coupon early. Cuh raUuiptloa »«lu. *l eo-l~- I/ U W NAME ADDRESS K.D. JAMES THE DRUG STORE MINNEAPOLIS VUton to MuMMpofc pccf« the Andrew* bee*** it combinci the wctt Ulns wowed by comfdrUblt MirrouiuJingj, Hewlett service «id tatty food with the opportunity of tying h the center of famine*., .hopping «nd wnutemcnt •ctiviliet. Rates from Complete Garage Facilities Theodore F Stelten- Manager SI50 ' I • ANDREWS HOTEL A TORNADO STRUCK SOUTHERN Minnesota, and the above farm buildings were scattered high, wide and handsome, near Albert Lea, last Sunday. The same,wind raged through Kossuth county Saturday night and Sunday, but no serious damage was reported. SWEA TELEPHONE POLE FIRE GIVES SERVICETROUBLE Swea City: Electric service was nterrupted here Saturday evening when a pole caught fire on the high orth of town. A severe rain and hunderstorm hindered the repair work. Mrs. Albert Tuttlc of DCS Moines visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Victor Eckholm. Mrs. Tuttle is a daughter of thn late Captain R. E. Jenson, who founded the Swedish Kesler Home Was Scene of Reunion Mrs. Ray Crossley of Lebanon, Oregon, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesler, entertained at a party Saturday afternoon. The affair was in the nature of a reunion for a group of Mrs. Hosier's former schoolmates and friends Included in the courtesy were: Mrs. T. A. Vaux, Stillman Valle, 111.; Rev. and Mrs. A. Swanson, Worthington, Minn.; Miss Freda Burgeson, Miss Florence Erlckson and Mrs. Roy Kluger, all of Armstrong; and Mr. Selmer Uhr, Mrs. Dettmar Thompson, Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mrs. Harold Carr, Mrs. Chas. Kesler, Miss Darlene Kesler, Miss Florence Ovens and Miss Esther Smith. Supt. and Mrs. Condit Bowie were Sunday evening supper guests at the Enos Wrede home. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon and Mrs. Rachel Lowe spent Saturday night at the Vic Lowe home in Algona. The Nels Nelsons, Brltt, and Clem Hilyards, Corwith, were Sunday visitors at the H. E. Rachut home. The Rev. G. H. Wessel returned Monday evening from Redfleld, S. D., where he had attended a camp meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May, Pocahontas, visited last Friday at the J. G. Sewick home. It was Mrs. May's birthday. G. J. F. Vogel and daughter, Eleanor and Will Vogel were business visitors at Grasston, Minn., Thursday and Friday. Mrs. John Clement, Mrs. Bessie Connelly and Mrs. Helinsky, Bancroft, visited Sunday at the H. A. Whitehill home. Genevieve Patterson, who has been attending the University of California, returned home for the summer Monday. The M. W. Brennans, Emmetsburg, and the Tom Millers, Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests at the Art Fandel home. Mrs. Olaf Olson and daughter, Barbara, Elmore, visited Frtday and Saturday with Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Mrs. Pat Rassmussen and children, Pomeroy, are spending a week with Mrs. Rassmussen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. The Clifford Holding family was quarantined Saturday for scarlet fever. The two youngest sons, Larry and Bruce, are the patients. Eleanor Vogel is at Miller's Bay on Lake Okobojl, taking a course In biology. H«r parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel took her up Sunday. Mrs. Laura Sewlck and daughter, Lura and son, Elbert and his daughter, Shirley, went to Ireton Saturday to visit at the Harry Sewick home. Mrs. Best Looking Girls? Our Inquiring reporter overheard an interesting conversation In a local restaurant, Tuesday. Two salesmen, talking and eating, agreed heartily that Algona and Emmetaburg had the best looking girls in Hie state. "The only difference," said one, 'Is that In Cmmetsburg they are single, and In Algona they are married." We're not arguing on that score, either way, but we will say to our neighbor city on the west, HI, There, Pal. Niels Nlelson, Spencer, 4TH STREET AT HENNtPIN AVE. came after her mother, Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Sunday. She had been spending a few days at the" E. C. Sanderson home. Mrs. H. W. Trainer attended a meeting of her bridge club and enjoyed a pot luck supper at the home of Mrs. E. V. Pierce in Algona, on Tuesday evening. Mrs. D. L. McDonald entertained Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. H. W. Trainer and Mra. Vic Lowe, Algona, at a one o'clock luncheon Thursday followed by bridge. Paul Kriethe, Jr., who was among those graduating from the University at Iowa City last week, will return there thin fall to take up a three year law course. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward were entertained at the G. P. Hawcott home Friday evening in honor of R. F. Hawcott's birthday. The James Christensen's spent last week Wednesday at the E. A. Hansen home in Bricelyn, Minn. On the way home they called on the Newel Whitehursts in Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and daughter, Gladys, accompanied by Mrs. Sam Warner, Fenton, and Mra. Winifred Sigsbee, Algona, attended a Faust family reunion in Denver, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, Phyllis and Milton McBride took George Schroeder and his daughter, Davine, back to Ames Sunday. They had spent a few days at the Schroeder home. The two weeks' session of the union vacation Bible school will close Friday with a picnic for those who have attended the school. On Friday evening a program will be given at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. August Bauman, Lakota. and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weaver, Sexton, visited at the John Kuchenreuther home. Mr. Kuchen- rcuther. who has been ill for a number of months, is in a very serious condition. Mrs. Enos Wrede accompanied her parents'. Mr, and Mrs. Gus Krause, Fenton, to Ames Monday, where they attended the graduating exercises of Iowa State College. A brother of Mrs. Wrede was among the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Fairmont, spent Sunday at the Dan Harris home. The Dan. Everett and John Harris families had a picnic dinner at Call Park. The Emil Persons were Sunday evening guests at the Harris home. Mr. and Mrs. George Celander and daughter, Green Mountain, spent the week end at the Jim Christensen home. The Christen- sens and Margaret Richmann were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. Christensen's parents at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wetzel, Altadena, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Smoody, Chicago, spent Thursday night at the George Koestler home. The Wetzels accompanied the Smoodys to Chicago, but will return in a few days to make a mere extended visit here with Mrs. Wetzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koeatler and other relatives. Myrtle Henrickson of Ottosen Bride Of Last Saturday Ottosen: A double ring ceremony was solemnized in the Lutheran church at Ottosen by a candleligh service Saturday, June 12th, when Miss Myrtle Henrickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrickson of Ottosen, and Donald Usher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Usher of Nashua, were united in marriage. The bridal party was ushered in by the bride's only brothers, Louis and Harold Henrickson. The bride was given away by her father, Henry Henrickson. She wore an ankle length whtie chiffon gown with a long flowing veil to match carrying a bouquet of orange bios soms and peonies. Her sister Blanche, served as bridesmaid, and wore an ankle length pink chiffon organdy gown. She \vore a corsage of mock orange blosoms. The at tendaut of the groom was Julius Black of Ames. Vivian Watnem of Chicago sang "O Promise Me" before, and Love You Truly" after the cer emony. Mrs. Cliff Landers, the pla nist, played "Perfect Love" and "The Hallowed Hour" during th ceremony. A reception was held at the home of the bride following the wedding A beautifully decorated' weddlni cake adorned the bride's table. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Will lam H. Usher of Nashua; Mr. an Mrs. Fitzgerald and daughter Amie of Seattle, Washington; Mrs Paul Demro of Nashua; Mrs. Lov of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Ern eat Tigges of Waverly; Eleanor Johansen of Newell; Mr. and Mrs Omeal Nelson and daughters o Hardy; Vivian Watnem of Chicago Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande of Fen ton; Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Tufte o Mankato, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs Vilas Larson, all of Bode; Mr. an Mrs. Tom Olson, Mrs. Christie Ol son, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Lander, and Eileen Schneider all of Ottosen. The bride is a graduate of th Ottosen high school and the lowc State College at Ames. She ha taught school for three years. Th groom Is a graduate of the Nashur high school and of the Iowa Stat< College at Ames. He received hi degree the Monday following hi marriage. The couple will make their horn on a farm near Fredericksburg Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hansen ani family were Fort Dodge callers o Friday. Miss Vera Van Buskirk, who ha been \isiting at Adel, returned t her home Sunday. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and son Richard, went to Omaha Saturda for a visit with relatives. Alice Thorsen, who Is attendin Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, spent the week end visiting her parents. Misses Dorothy Van Buskirk and Verna Holt attended Ladies' Aid meeting at the home of Mrs. Geo. Thatcher in West Bend Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Hansen entertained the Ladies' Rural club Thursday afternoon at the Community church parlors. The afternoon was spent socially and a delicious lunch was served. Power Co. Line Work The Interstate Power Company las a crew of ten men working on he lines between here and Ledyard. They make Swea City their jeadquarters during the next two weeks. To Extend Water System The city council has voted to ex- end the water mains six blocks 3ids for the work will be opened Friday night, June 25. Funds for construction will be provided by raising the monthly minimum wat er rate from 75 cents to a dollar. colony in northwest Kossuth Merlin Larson left Monday for Kirbyville, Texas, where he will join a group of fellow students attending the Iowa State College for- estry camp. Merlin will spend th» entire summer with the group, which will be stationed at various points in the south. He will complete a four-year course Virginia and Mary Janice Me- Whorter tap danced at a 7 o'clock dinner held at the Country Club Tuesday evening. W. G. Smith was a business caller in Ringsted Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and Esther were Fairmont visitors on Friday. The Ingmar Haugens have moved into apartments in the Anna Llnde residence. The Swea City band will play its opening concert at the park Thursday night. A new double garage has been erected on Mrs. Anna Larson's residence property. Erick Erlckson of Swea township has purchased a new Ford V-8 of the Bell Motor Co. Miss Cora Pollock who taught the first grade here this year, was in town .Friday visiting friends. Mrs. Paul Larson is spending the week in Des Moines attending the state convention of postmasters. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and daughter, Edith of Fenton, visited Sunday with Mrs. Ellen Wolfe. Mrs. J. E. Harner underwent an operation at the Estherville hospital last week. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Gospel Tabernacle began a series of special meetings Sunday night, with Evangelist Lyons and family of Des Moines, In charge. Miss Cora Pollock of Laurens, was visiting Swea City friends on Thursday. She will again teach first grade in the local schools. Barbara Ann Kluger of Armstrong has been visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Andrew Van Alstlne, for the past two weeks. Mrs. Evelyn Saurn of Los Angeles, California, is a guest at the P. J. Helken home. Mrs. Saurn's daughter is the wife of Maurice Heiken. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chrlstenson are the parents of a 9 Hi pound son, born Thursday morning at the Buffalo Center hospital. The baby has been named Wm. Dean. Gall Kesler arrived on Saturday from Minneapolis to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesler. Gall is employed by a lumber company. The Methodist Sunday School held Its annual picnic Friday at Sylvania Park, Farlmont. Over a hundred were in attendance and a general good time Is reported. Miss Naomi Hewitt leaves on June 19 for a western trip. She expects to spend two weeks in Alaska. Miss Hewitt teaches first grade at the Bryant building, Algona. R. H. Walker and daughter, Mrs. Martin Dahl, drove to Fort Dodge last Tuesday where Mr. Walker served on federal grand jury. They were accompanied by Clara Montgomery. The Baptist vacation Bible school closed its work Friday and gave a demonstration program Sunday evening. About 60 children enjoyed a picnic at the A. G. Berg home Monday. The Gospel Mission is holding special meetings this week, with their former pastor, Rev. David Hedlund, in charge. Rev. Hedlund's home is now in Cut Bank, Montana. A group of relatives and friends met at Anderson's Oaks Sunday to celebrate Harry Berggren's birthday anniversars'. The afternoon was spent socially and luncheon was served. Walter McCrary will leave this week for Midway hospital, St. Paul, where he expects to undergo a minor operation. His sister. Miss Opal McCrary, is surgical supervisor at Midway. Oscar Berggren and John Nyman are among the thirteen lay del- gates from Iowa named to attend the Lutheran Augustana Synod of North America which convenes at Omaha this week. Plans to remodel the East Chain consolidated school building by a bond issue and a government grant were defeated at a speri:tl election last week. The proposed improvements would have cost $17,000. \\'e specialize in Automobile Liability Insurance Our automobile insurance protects you in case you get hint. A Jloderu Automobile Travel Service Reasonable rates. Complete protection. Iowa and Minnesota Legal Requirements (special rates) Fidelity Bonds—Surety lioitds—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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