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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 1, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 1, 1937 DOROTHY VON BUSKIRK, LEE MOLT , OF OHOSEN MARRIED ON SUNDAY Reception, Luncheon For * 70 Guests After (Ceremonies Ottosen: A double ring ceremony was solemnized in the Lutheran church at Ottosen Sunday, June 27, at four o'clock with Rev. S. O. Sande officiating, when Miss Dorothy Von Buskirk of Ottosen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Von Buskirk, and Lee W. Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt of Ottosen, were united in marriage. The bridal party was ushered in 1 by Floyd Holt, brother of the groom Herman Thorsen, cousin of the groom. The bride was given away by her father, Jesse Von Buskirk. She wore an ankle length white satin gown with a long flowing veil to match, and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and baby breath. Her sister, Jessie, served as maid of honor, wearing an ankle length peach chiffon organdy gown. Margaret Holt, sister of the groom and Vera Von Buskirk, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaids, wearing ankle length rose and pink crepe gowns. They each wore corsagespf Talisman roses and sweet peas. The groom was attended by his brother, Merle. Faye and May, twin sisters of the bride, sang "O Promise Me" before, and "I Love You Truly" following the ceremony. Mrs. Harold Jacobson was pianist. A reception was held at the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. A two course luncheon was served to 70 guests. A beautifully decorated wedding cake adorned the bridal table. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ward McCreary of Adel; Mr. and Mrs. J. Logan of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. James Logan and Mrs. Garfield Powell and son, Corliss, all of Traer; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Don Pascoe and son, Monte of Huxley; Mr and Mrs. Bardius Holt of Ellsworth; Mrs. Clara Powers of Huxley; Mr and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, Mr. anc Mrs. John Von Buskirk, Sr., Mr and Mrs. George Thatcher and Mr and Mrs. Omer Edwards, all of West Bend; Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande of Seneca; Rev. and Mrs. E. Han cock of LuVerne; Frances Cham bers of Corwith; Jack Bakke o: •Cedar Falls; Amos Crellln of Perry Mrs. Jonas Edwards, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and son, Herman, Mr. anc Mrs. Peter Holt and family, Mr and Mrs. Loren Daniels and sons Donald Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs Harold Jacobaon, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Landers. The bride is a graduate of th Sibley high school and has been teaching in this vicinity for the paa six year*. The groom is a graduate of th Sibley high school, and has been teacher In this vicinity for the past six years. The groom is a graduate of the Ottosen high school, also from the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. He Is employed with the Iowa State Highway Patrol as state license examiner with headquarters in Algona. They will make their home In Alfona. Mr. and Mrs. Brick Dahl attended a church meeting at Belmond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson of Clarion visited at the Erick Dahl home tlday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson and aughter spent Sunday In Grand "unction. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson if Whittemore visited at the Percy Watnem home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holt and fam- ly of Clear Lake, S. D., visited at he Peter Holt home Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and 'amily and Mr. and Mrs, Cliff Landers attended a mail carriers' picnic at the Call Park in Algona Sunday MINNIE ELBERT.WHITTEMORE, IS BRIDEOF ALGONA YOUNG MAN Richard Vaughn and Bride On Wedding Trip Up North nsch, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter SV. Kollasch. fell off a horse he was Iding one day last week nnd frnc- ired his arm. Bcrnadette Fandel, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fandel. fell out of a wagon and frac- ured her wrisi.. CARPENTER MAKES BED IN WHICH TO LIE—Carpenter John Young of Alton, Illinois, made this casket for his wife. When she died, the family preferred to purchase a ready-made one and Mr. Toung was left with the box. He decided then and there to use It himself, and, he claims, It fits, because he tried It. Lone Rock Mcinity News Items BTTRT NEWS Dinner Guests at Laabs Thursday evening dinner guests at the EmII Laabs home were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bladow, children Earl and Joan, Hakinson, North Dakota, and Mrs. Archie Healy, Ledgerwood, North Dakota. Saturday evening dinner guests were Mr. and Krs. Henry Kressln, Pasadena, Cal- fornla. Supt. and Mrs. Condtt Bowie visited their parents at Zearlng and Marshalltown from Tuesday to Saturday last week. The Bowles had as week end guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bailey of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Chester Sill, near Galbralth. They brought their little granddaughter, Jandyce home to spend a few days with them. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna, of Nora Springs, Mrs. Hanna, Myrtle and Everett, Lone Rock, Mrs. Horace Schenck and son, Crystal Lake, the J. G. McDonalds and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvldge and Dorothy Smith were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Maude Hanna. The Ben Marlow family, Zell, S. D., arrived Saturday and will visit until after the Fourth with Mr. Marlow's father, Ed Marlow, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson, Lake Crystal, were also week end guests at the Marlow and Neitzel homes. The Durwood Nelt- zels also had Sunday dinner there. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman were at Humboldt Sunday afternoon and also visited the Rev. and Mrs. J. E Clifton at Oold&eld. They also took the Cl if tons to Kanawha, where Rev. Clifton preached Sunday evening. Rev. Clifton was the Meth odist preacher here a few years ago. Their daughter, Phyllis now has a position in a beauty shop in Decorah. We specialize in • _.i-..- •-•*-.-•• -* ' * r~•v' : - i '-"' < .- ••-.: v Automobile Liability Insurance Our automobile Insurance protects you in case you get hurt. A Modern Automobile Trarel Serrlce 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. Dwelling and Hoosbold Goods Insurance Long Hani Truckers and Cargo Insurance BROKERAGE BUSINESS SOLICITED L01W8 — REAL E8ATE — RENTALS — WVESTWEIfTS THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 206 E. State St. Birthday Party A birthday party was held in honor of Leo Schmidt at his home a week ago Monday night. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Nee- and, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, laughter Lueila, the Walter Schmidt family, the Ben Schmidts, the Harold Cushman, the Arthur Riedels, Fenton, the Martin Meyers, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bladow and children, Hakinson, North Dakota, *nd Mrs. Archie Healy, Ledgerwood, North Dakota. The North Dakota folks have spent the past week at the Leo Schmidts. The V. L. Whalens, Dolllver, were week end guesu of Roy Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson spent Sunday at the John Newbroughs. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hulbert spent the week end fishing at Fairmont The James Longs were Sunday firuests at the Bert Olsons, Swea City. The P. L. Persons were Sunday guests of the John Kylens, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent the week end here with relatives. The William Nelsons were Sunday guests of the Theodore Jacob- sor.s, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Irvington, called Friday at the Lawrence Dittmers. The Walter Thompsons spent Sunday evening at the Russell Thompsons, Burt The Jess Hohenstelns, Amboy, Minn., visited Sunday afternoon at the I W. Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger spent Monday getting their daughter, Muriel who has been attending Normal School at Wayne. -They returned Wednesday. The V. V. Fryes, attended a Barrick reunion at Humboldt Sunday. The Henry Schroeders and the Roy Chrischllles family, Fenton were Sunday dinner guests of the Carl Wieners. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressln, Pasadena, California, and Mrs. Emit Laabs and son, Wilmer were Friday dinner guests at the Alex Radigs. The Radigs spent Sunday evening at the William Fuerstenaus. The M. O. Richards family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. They were afternoon callers at the William Bllsboroughs. Letha Bilsborough and Ray West were Sunday evening callers at the Richards home. Ote Owens, Streator, HI., who travels for the Farmers Friend Elevator Co., badly damaged his car Friday night as it missed the corner at the I. W. Nelson farm. He was not injured. He left Sunday, the company bringing him another car. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Avey and three children, Mt Morris, 111., came on Saturday for an over the Fourth visit at the Fred Genrich home. Mrs. Clifford Trowbridge, Lucedaie, Mississippi, and niece, Gwendolyn, called Friday at tlie Genrich home. Mr and Mrs. Frank Hubbard, who are visiting at the P. M. Christensons had guests from Missouri on Friday. John Callahan, an uncle of Mrs. Hubbard and her brother, Emmet Callahan. She went to her home at Patterson Friday with them and returned here Monday, Mr. Hubbard going after her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Harley Shelllto, daughter Norma, and Mrs. Lizzie Shelllto drove to Spirit Lake last week Wednesday, meeting Mr. Shelllto, who had a cottage there for the week, continuing to their home at Ames Sunday. The Cottons returned here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton also drove there Wednesday, spend ing the day. Whittemore: A very pretty wedding took place at St. Michael's Catholic church, Thursday morn- Ing, in which Minnie Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbret, was united in marriage to Richard Vaughn, son of Mrs. Kathryn Vaughn of Algona. Father William Veit officated at the single ring ceremony. The bride wore embroidered French net over tea rose taffeta, dusty pink sandals, shoulder length veil and a strand of pearls which was a gift of the groom. She carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. Mildred Fuchsen, matron of honor and niece of the bride, wore Mouss- ellne De Sole In sea foam green with white accessories and carried a bouquet of yellow snapdragons Marvel Elbert, bridesmaid and also a niece or the bride, wore Mouss- ellne De Sole In daffodil yellow and carried an arm bouquet of pink snapdragons and accessories were white. Walter Llchter of Algona, a frien< of the groom, acted as best man, ant Ralph Schumacher, a nephew of th bride, acted as usher. After the ceremony, a three course breakfast was served at the home o the bride's parents to about 50 cloa relatives. The dining room and tabl decroations were pink and white, t three-tier cake was the table center piece. The couple left for a week's wed ding trip to Minneapolis and othe Minnesota points. Those from out of town who at tended the wadding were Ros Ormsby of Rockwell; Mrs. Len Kohl of Mason City, and Editor an Mrs. Louis Elbert of Pocahontas and Mrs. Kathryn Vaughn of AJ gona. Three Are Injured Alfred Bruhn, Falrville, has badly infected finger. Bobby Koi with Bud Bestenlehner visited riends at Oelwein, Sunday. Paul Urlch visited with relatives nd friends at Garner. Sunday. Rosella Neu of Emmetsburg spent he week end with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Peter Neu. Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Hoyt and baby >f Dundee, 111,, came Saturday for ft ew days' visit at the Will Relmers lome. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Balmer and two daughters of Dolliver visited with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John/Melne, Saturday. Jim Brady and Reglna and Ray- mortB and the Virgil Brady family of Daugherty spent Sunday with the Russell Brady family here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressln and son of Pasadena, California, are spending a three weeks' vacatloi here and with relatives in Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Kuecker and son, Morris of Ames spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. Stahmer of Falr- vllle, Rev. and Mrs. W. Wagner of Emmetaburg, Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene of Lotts Creek, Rev. and Mrs. L. Richman of Burt and Rev. and Mrs. E. Felton of Alden and Prof, and Mrs. William Schmlel of Lotts Creek attended the Lutheran mission festival Sunday afternoon. ended a family reunion at the Ofill 'ark Thursday. The Dwlght Potters. SWPH City were Sunday evening callers at the Mcnnet Trunkhills. with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Godfredson. She has employment in Atgona. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter nnd their daughter. Mrs. Alfca Mr. and Mrs. George Lnnning I White, were Sunday supper guests • ' at the R. S. McWhorter home. Mrs. Sam Winchell was pleasantly surprised Wednesday afternoon, when seven of her friends dropped in to see her. The afternoon was spent socially and a delicious lunch was served. The Tony Jandls and Mennett Trunkhills were Sunday visitors ftt the R. C. Colllnsons, Elmore. Mr. Colllnson is a brother of Mrs. Jandl. Elda Jandl was home and accom- visited the latter's mother nnd brother at Humboldt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson nnd 'amily were Sunday dinner guests at the Paul Hudsons, Irvington. Lorraine Heiderscheidt visited the last week with her grandfather. Adam Heiderscheidt, West Bend. Ray McWhorter was on a two- day potato tour at Hollandale, Minnesota, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Tony Jandl, Lorena, Lavina, Bobby, and Elda, visited Saturday evening at the Floyd Bllsboroughs. lona Godfredson spent Sunday panied them. Read The Want Ads— It Paj» Portland Twp. The J. P. Helderscheidts were Mason City business callers Wednesday. The Alfred Godfredsons visited the Nels Godfredsons north of Swea City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson at- mss*. Sttfllna, enervating brat v>ai icfll alvnyt morrp tnt» rUma in flvmmrr. Ruf you nrrrf no longer »uffcr (n weltering room*. WE HAVE irnulalcd scores of homes in this vicinity with CAPITOL ROCK WOOL, customarily cutting inside temperatures 8" to 15° in Summer, making upstairs and downstairs temperatures practically uniform. In Winter, this same insulation repels the cold, creating measurably warmer rooms, yrt quickly pny- ing for the entire job with S) r 'e to V>% fuel saving. We have the proof to slmw you. Write or phone for full tM.iil*. CAPITOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION We sell and install Chamberlain Weatherstrip for doors and win- Jows. COWAN BUILDING & SUPPLY GO, Iowa State Bank Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA f LL ENDS • REMNANTS • SENSATIONAL LOW PftlCIj 5N8 • OUTSTANDING * LOW PRICES • ECONOMY 55 • REMNANTS • BIO SAVIj JNSATIONAL HO SAVINC T • THRIJ C. R. LaBarre 1 NSAT. BIO* E8 • 1 MNAN1 NDINO • EC LOW RICES • BUDGET • SALES * RSDUC SPECIALS • VALUES * THWP1 REDUCTIONS • Sunday afternoon at U>e William Blanchard home, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. V. 3. Gross were Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. A. Wood, Oood Hope. Ray Snyder and John Nyman attended the annual creamery meet- Ing in Mason, City last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marlow of Zell, South Dakota, came Saturday for an over the Fourth visit with relatives. Mrs. Carl Wiebush, Waterloo, arrived Monday for a few days' visit with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington. The Raymond Bierstedts and the E. C. Blerstedts, Burl:, attended a Dittmer reunion at Clear Lake on Sunday. The Lyle Marlows, and the E. C. Blerstedts, Burt, spent Sunday afternoon at the Raymond Bartletts, Tltonka. The Walter Faulstichs were Sunday guests at the C. O. McFarlands, Burt. Eugene remained there for he week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper went to Dodge Center, Minn., Sunday with the Harry Rahns and the Will Leepers. The Charles Hills made a business rip to Meservey Friday. They spent Sunday at the Mrs. Myrtle Getty home, Fairmont. Kathryn Stebritz and Elma trueger visited Mrs. Herman Leudtke and Rodney Van Ness at the Koasuth hospital Saturday. The Arnold Sanders family, Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, Renwick, were Sunday guests of the Otis Sanders family. The Andrew Thomsens spent Sunday at the John Thomsens, Royal. Arline Thomsen, who spent a week here, returned to her home with them. Ralph Riedel, Fenton, accompanied Calvin Householder to Des Moines Sunday, where he will get his refrigerator trailer for his new truck. The R. T. Angus family, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and the Demler Angus family, Algona, attended a Williams reunion at Albert Lea Sunday. P. M. Christenson was elected by the Presbytery as a commissioner to the Synod of Iowa at Ames from Monday until Thursday. He left Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck anc son, Melvin, spent Sunday at the Leo Sankeys, Britt. Betty Kueck, who has been visiting there, returned home with them. Mrs. Ernest Fischer and children and the Charles Fischers, Swea City, 'called Saturday on Lillian Worthington. Mr. Fischer attended the Lone Rock Exchange meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Tietz, son Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lauritzen and daughter, Joan, all of Algona. spent Thursday evening at the Rudolph Peters home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jensen and daughter, Joan, Sexton, called at the Bernard Jensens (Sunday, all attending a Jensen reunion at the home of Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Seneca. Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained Mrs. Hurley Shelllto, Ame». Mrs. Olivei Stows and Mrs. V. L. Whiten, Dolliver, Mr*. E. M. Jensen and Mri. W. J. Cotton, a week ago Monday afternoon. The Rev. T. IX Aanrends family drove to Fender, Neb., a week ago The A. H. Hannas drove to Fairmont Sunday, having a picnic dinner with the Mark Simmons family at Lincoln Park. Elma Krueger accompanied the Clarence Theeaflelds, Fenton, to Interlaken Sunday where they held a picnic dinner. Theodore Krueger and son, Harold, were dinner guests M. the Walter Jentzs, Fenton. All above named were evening guests at the Mark Simmons home. WEST BEND NEWS Mrs. Warren Felton went to Mallard Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Ed Grethen. Mrs. T. W. Williams and son, Walter, were visitors at Garner and Corwith, Monday. Miss Juanlta Hansen spent a few days the past week at the J. C. Scurr home in Grinnell. Mrs. Alice Simmons of Algona, came Monday for a few days' stay at the Wm. Rlley home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlrtz and children of Rodman spent Sunday afternoon, calling on relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hanson, daughter Juanita and Mae Sloan were Algona visitors Monday afternoon. Mr. and Men. Adolph Mikes returned Thursday from Montana, where they attended the funeral of a nephew. Rev. H. J. Needing left Monday for Ames to attend the Presbyterian Synod' meeting. He expects to be gone four days. The Ladies' Social Literary club met at the home of Mrs. Ben Walker Tuesday afternoon. The hostess served delicious refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. George Hawland returned Thursday evening from Bel oil, Wis. He went there to work at his old job as mason and found the strike on, so came back to Iowa to stay. Burdette Fredericks came from Mason City, Saturday evening to spend Sunday at the Wm. Riiey home. His wife had been spending the week at the Wm. Uileys, who are her grandparents. The Bay View club met at the home of Mrs. Chas. Devvitt. After the business meeting. Mrs. Sinclair had charge of the entertainment, hostess served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Mary Stiles was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and children i-L-lurneci Saturday evening : rom Illinois, where they have been visiting relatives for u week. They were accompanied home by Misses Virginia and Helen Wright of Streator, 111. Miss Ida Rileyand Harold Simmons were called to Des Moines, Tuesday, by the serious illness of Harold's father, Arthur Simmons, who is ill in the veterans' hospital. He was operated on a week ago Monday and has been in a serious condition since. Mrs. Simmons is at his bedside. Her father, George Gross of Lone Rock and sister, Mrs. Geo. Pearson of Bancroft, went to Des Mollies with them. Fred C. Bailey of Marshall, Minn., was a Fenton visitor Friday and Saturday of last week. His father, Frank Bailey accompanied him to his home for a week's visit ORES Boleros! Jackets! Sorts and Dressy Types! Incoming NEW merchandise Summer dress stock NOW! crepes, washable silks . . . yourself if you don't snatch Bright flower prints! Lots complete sizes to 44. Come quickly! Special Group! 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