The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1937 · Page 3
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Iowa, Aug. 19,1937 .WHFITEMORE ARE Large Delegation Plan tting To Take Up College Courses Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Hie at «a*t«>*« Rev. a M. Gladstone Whittemore: Among the many young people from here who plan to leave for other schools in a week or two are: Luctle Glteden, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. John Olleden and Maine Gengler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Gengler who •win both take up nurses' training in DM Moines. Ada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fandel, will enter a hospital In Sioux City to study nurses' training; Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nags, will enter St Mary's hospital In Rochester to take uf nurses' training. Thomas, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrel; Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Conway, Sr.; Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs Michael Besch, Sr., and James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fandel, will all attend Trinity College in Sioux City. This is James Fandel's third year in this college. Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmidt, will attend Emmetsburg Junior college. Rose Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Butler, will attend school In Cedar Rapids, and Mary Corlnne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming will leave for Chicago, Sept. 1, to attend a school there. Several New Teachers • The Presentation Sisters arrived In Whittemore last Wednesday from the mother house, which Is at Dubuque. Sister Mary Clare was the only one of the teachers who did not return. Her place will be filled by Sfster JMary Elizabeth. New teachers at the public school are Esther Stems of Whittemore, who will teach the fifth to eighth grades and two new high school teachers, Miss Marie Greteman of Wiley and Miss Alice Kaln of Algona. John Melne purchased a new Ford V-8 at Algona Monday afternoon. The Leo Waldsfchmldt family of Wesley spent Wednesday with Mrs Margaret Elbert Mrs. Loebach and William Salz o Lenora, 111., are spending this week with relatives here. Evelyn O'Connor R. N., of For Dodge, visited at the James B Geelan home Monday. A new oil burning furnace is be ing Installed In the McCreary hos pltal in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kruse an family and Gervalae Fandel spen Sunday at Arnolds Park. Mary Anita Calry of Mason Clt spent the week end with her moth er, Mrs. Russell Saunders. The Rev. Father J. J. Hyland o Manilla, Iowa, visited with ol friends here Wednesday and Thurs day. "'' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett an son, Bud, ajkd Marta Sjmpa . . as Sunday dinner gttestt the Frank Dftckens, Russell Dacken, and Ida Mae McMillan, Chicago, Mrs. Myrl« Mllllgan, Iowa CUy, Verne Dacken, Lisban, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Dttken Preaches Russell Dacken preached at the Bancroft Baptist church Sunday evening. A few from here attended. Maxine Jentz, Fenton, spent the past week at the A. H. Hannas. Mrs. Glen Mlno spent several days last week with Mrs. Mabel Mino, Grant. Mrs. Reinhold Laabs, Fenton, spent Monday at the Walter Schmidts. There will be n6 church services next Sunday. Sunday School will be at ,10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bemiem, Pomroy, were Sunday guests at the Leonard Heerdts. The Rudolph Peters family were Sunday dinner guests at the C. W. Peters home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Krause, Fenton, were Sunday evening guests at the Walter Krauses. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Relsner, Lotts Creek, spent Saturday eve- ing at the Emit Krafts. The Merle Culbertsons attended family dinner at the August Meyrs home, Fenton, Sunday. Melvin Hawks, Goldfleld, spent rom last week Wednesday until Friday here with his family. The Robert Murrays, Spencer, last week Wednesday evening at the W. F. Faulstlchs. Wayne Mark, Cedar Falls, and Marie Carter, Burt, spent Friday evening at the Faul- stlchs. Mrs. Lyle Marlow met with an accident last week Wednesday. She stepped on a piece of wood and it flew up, striking her leg and piercing It It required the services of a doctor. Laura Cousin and brother, Joe, Belllngham, Washington, spent sev eral days last week with Mrs. LI! He Thompson. They were last Wednesday supper guests at the Ralph Thompsons. Robert Angus drove to Des Moines, Saturday, meeting Mr. and Mrs. George Crow of Farber, Mo. who will make a ten-day visit with Mrs. Crowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs R. T. Angus and family. Mrs. Earl Ackerman, Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Mrs. Frank Kuhn, Mrs Harry Hobson and daughter, Dorothy and Mrs. Emtl Kraft attended an electric demonstration at Burt last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Stomberg and and family returned to their hom at St. Paul, Thursday after a ten day visit at the P. L| Persons Myrtle Orvick, Seneca, spent Sun day afternoon at the Persons. pent Sunday at the Charles Blerles and Mrs. William Murrays. The Robert Elckenbergers, Ban- oroft, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Prlebe. Gust Kraft, who has spent the past two weeks at the Will Millers, i"enton, came home Saturday evening. The Emil Krafts and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Neeland, were Sunday supper guests at the George Bolts, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer and daughter, Esther, Armstrong, spent Sunday at the Delbert Geitzenauer's. The Alex iiiD ~.c«. Radlgs and Cecelia Krause spent Sunday at Interlaken, the Lotts Creek German Band play-, ing there. The Hugh Walshes spent Sunday with friends at Early. Eileen Walsh, who has been visiting there, returned home. The W. F. Faulstich children attended the Burt Lutheran Sunday School picnic at the George Koestler grove recently. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lampe, Eugene Lnmpe and Gladys Saunders, all of Bancroft spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, and Elma Krueger left Monday for Fairmont where they will spend a week with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Pruifiman and son, Jerry, Kanawha, came on Saturday for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman. Mrs. Merwin Marlow and son, Merrill Faye, cam* an* * *»•£• «<*« _. Frank Collins home, Hvernv The Harry Rahns, Dodge Center Minn., spent last Tuesday nigh here. Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth returned with them. Mrs. Evelyn Baring, Earl Earing, and Margaret Householder drove there Sunday for her. Mrs. Dora Laabs was hostess to the Lotts Creek Aid last Thursday. Guests were Mrs. William Scfimlel, Mrs. Henry Kueck, Mrs. John Schallln, all of Lotts Creek; Mrs. Fred Dau and Mrs. William Boettcher of Fenton. Grace Newbrough, Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough and Clifford Garrison, Algona, drove to Elmore, Sunday to visit at the Mrs. Sade Garrison home. W. J. Reynolds, wffo has been visitign there, returned here with them. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna, Mrs. Tillle Hanna and daughter, Myrtle and Clarence Householder spent Saturday at Fairmont. Mrs. Hanna and daughters, Myrtle and Psai-1 and Dorothy Smith, Burt, were last Thursday Mason City shoppers. Donald Nelson spent from Friday until Sunday evening at the Mrs. Alfred Peterson, West Branch were Sunday dinner guests at the E. M. Jensen*. The Jensens spent Saturday at the Lake OkoboJI, the guests spending a few days ttere. Marian Jensen and Shirley Marlow went to Okoboji, on Thurday, Marian being a guest of the Paul- sons and Petersons and Shirley visiting the Charles Ha*** family. Spirit Lake. Early Pastor of Swea Twp. Baptist Church Pays Visit Swea-Eagle:' Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Bengston of Newell, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests at the Erlck Erlckson home. Doctor Bengston, who was pastor of the Swea Swedish Baptist church 32 years ago, preached the morning and evening sermon in the Swea City Baptist church. Dr. and Mrs. Bengston visited Sunday afternoon at the home of her brother, Albert Peterson, where many of her relatives had gathered. Among the guests were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pet erson of Fairmont. Earl Preston has purchased a new Ford V-8. Miss Milllcent Appleshelmer o Plover is visiting at the home o her sister, Mrs. Will Thompson. Orvas Bergeson of Minneapolis visited Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergeson. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg visited Sunday at the home of her brother, Lawrence Saxton near Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sanders and family attended the McFarland reunion at Goldfleld Sunday. Mrs. Sanders is the former Eunice McFarland. Mrs. Charlie Knutson and daugh- Knutson is a sister of Mr. Bergt- son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riddle and sons, Francis and Glen of Wapello, HI., visited at the Emil Larson home, Monday. They were on the way to Alexandria, Minn., to visit Mrs. Riddle's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Llndle drove to Fort Dodge last Saturday to visit Mrs. Llndle's sister, Mrs. Conrad Anderson at the Iowa Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Anderson Is very ill and as soon as her condition permits she will undergo a goiter operation. Mrs. Joe Preston and five children, Mr. and Mrs. wraynard Jensen drove to Des Moines and Carlisle Sunday, where they attended a family reunion of the Keeney clan held at Carlisle Park. Mrs. Preston was a Keeney before her marriage. The party returnee* nome wrte Sunday evening. BANCROFT NEWS Whittemore News Erwin Bargman had the misfortune to sprain his ankle Sunday, when he jumped off a tractor at the farm of Victor Bargman, a brother of Erwin at West Bend. Mrs. Wade Moore and Jolleen Johnson of Mason City visited a short time Sunday at the Louis Braatz home here. Mrs. Moore is a daughter of Mr. Braatz. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fenger and family spent ft few days last week with friends here. Mr. Fenger was a former buttermaker here. The Fengers are from Mississippi. Eugene Littleton, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Littleton of Carroll, Neb., and formerly of here. Is spending a couple of weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher drove to Clarion Monday to attend the funeral of the latter's uncle. John C. Thul, who died at his home Saturday. The funeral was held Monday morning at St. John's Catholic church at Clarion. RADIO SERVICE Satisfactory Service In Algona Since 1922 ED GENR1CH At Bjustrom'a ter, Mrs. Olive Gough and Barbara of Little Falls, Minn., visited at the Ed Bergeson home Saturday. Mrs. Mary Williams is enjoying a vacation from her duties at Kennedy Bros, store. Voila Hutchlnson of Lone Rock spent Sunday at the Mrs. Bridget Qulnn home. Alice Foley of Rockwell City is visiting this week with her cousin, Pat Saunders. Mrs. T. J. Egan entertained at a birthday party in honor of her son, Jimmy's fifth birthday recently. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber entertained Mr. and Mrs. Armand Schuler as dinner guests Sunday evening. A group of girls surprised Mary Dyer at a party on her birthday, Tuesday. Lunch was served and then all went to the movies. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker and daughter, Monica, and Mrs. C. V. Shilling and daughter, Helen, spent Sunday and Monday at the W. J. Welp home In Fort Dodge. o splint several day* last at the Frank Bestenlehner Eugene Hofius home, Ottosen. Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, spent the week end at the I. W. Nelsons, all driving to Ottosen Sunday evening for Donald. The Jens Sorensens, Algona were afternoon callers at the Nelsons. The Lyle Marlows had as Sunday evening supper guests in honor of Mrs. Marlow and Raymond Bierstedt's birthdays, Leonard Warner Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt daughters, Leona, Evelyn and Gladys and the Walter Sorensens, al of Burt, Clarence Macumber, W. R O'Donnell, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt. Lakota. Mrs. Tilllc Hanna and family had as Sunday gHefcts the Horace Schencks, Crystal Lake; Mrs. Sadie Schenck, St Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, and Mrs. Maude Hanna, Burt; Walter Hanna, Nora Springs; Mrs. Kate Annis and daughter. Beth, Miles City week home. Mr. and Mrs. Irin Trebus and family of Sioux City vliited in the Tony Schmltt and A. D. Brogan homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 8. Elbert and threo sons are visiting with relatives in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio states. Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt and Mr. and Mrs. Louis BraaU spent Sunday at the John Rabe home at Fairmont, Minn. Miss Marlen Dodge of Fallen, Nevada, and Donald Smith, Jr., of Algona, visited at the J. M. Fleming home, Sunday. The ladies of St. Paul's Lutheran church held their monthly meeting and social Thursday afternoon. Many guests attended. Frances Duffy of Algona and Alice Duffy of Mason City spenl Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisele and Alice and Frank and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Elbert spent Sunday at the J. P. Kerker home at Pioneer. Mr. and Mrs. August Oade of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer and son, Alvin, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Lauck borne. Mr. and Mrs. August James of Byron, 111., are spending ten days at the Reinhard Belinke home. The James and Behnke families are friends. Mr. and Mrs. Diedrich Cordes returned from Blue Earth, Minn., on Wednesday after having spent a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell. Josephine Fandel of Algona spenl Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel of Whittemore Willard Fandel of Ames was also home Sunday. The Rev. Father Bernard Crete- man, assistant pastor at St. Michael's Catholic church, is spend Ing a few days this week in Chi cago with friends. Now Is the time— Devoe's BARN PAINT Xow Is the time to get your buildings ready for winter. We carry a complete line of Pevoc's Faints There are none better. «U* . •»••*•. «•»»•* II • 0 —' '•- Iff" and daughters, Judith and Georgia, Fort Dodge, are spending a few days at the V. J. Gross home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krueger and daughter, Sharon Kay, Ceylon, Minn., spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks. The Andrew Thomsons attended a birthday dinner Sunday at the Herman Madsen's, Rlngited, honor- Ing Mr. Madsen and daughter, Clara. Gordon Wegener spent the past week at the Leo Sankey's, Britt The Fred Wegeners spent Sunday there and Gordon returned with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dlttmer. Burt, Mrs. Claude Salisbury, Fort Benton, Montana, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. The M. O. Richards family spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Richards and the William Bllsboroughs, Algona. Ila Bilaborough accompanied he Richards home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Porter and daughter Opal, Coon Rapids, and Virginia Lecron, Columbus, Neb., spent a few days last week at the Rev. T. D. Ahrends home. The Fred Dransfeldts had as Sunday dinner guests, Helen Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Meyer, Manly, and the A. W. HilU, Algona. The Henry Kuecks and the Walter Thompsons were Sunday guests ut the E. J. Heldenwiths, Swea City. 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