The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines. Algona, Iowa, Aug. 26,1937 50 AT SHOWER, SUOUASTWEEK Mrs. Frank Reding Is the Guest at Post-Nuptial Party St Joe: A post nuptial jfcower In honor of Mrs. Frank Re«ng was given Wednesday afternoon at the John B. Reding home. The afternoon was spent at playing five hun- ?»' J 118 * 1 prlze was awarded to Mrs. Steve Devlne, low prlee to Celestine Marso and door prize to Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mrs. Reding received many pretty and usefu gifts. Refreshments were served to 60 guests. School Opens SOtti St Joseph's parochial school wll opw Monday, August 80th. The tenth grade has been added this y*«r. There are five Sisters on the faculty and a music teacher. "Nick Schumacher Dies Schumacher of Mallard passed away suddenly Sunday. The funeral services were held Tuesday jnonilng at »?30 in Mallard. Mr Schumacher was an uncle of Mrs X.ucy Wagner and of the late H. M TKIlgtt. Madeline Sauer from Bridgeport, •Conn., Is visiting with her parents .•Marvin Burget and Reece Rlley from New Hampton visited with friends here over the week end. Lizzie Mergen from Algona spent several days last week at the Ralph Reding home. Miss Mergen is a sister of Mrs. Reding. •A large numbA from here attended the chicken dinner given by the Sacred Heart Catholic ladles of Llvermore Sunday noon. Mary Flake returned to her home Tuesday evening at Davenport via train from Livermore after a visit of a month at the George Thul home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garmann and children from Blue Earth, visited at the William Reding home. Mr. Garmann Is a brother of Mrs. Reding. Olga and Peggy Gales accompanied Harold Klbert and his mother and Bud Klbert from Whittemore to Chicago, to visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Susan Berte and daughter, Lizzie, left via train from Boon* Tuesday for Denver, Colorado, to visit with Henry Berte. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berte took them to Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoffman and son from Luxemburg, Iowa, visited with relatives here the first of the week. Mr. Hoffman Is a brother of Charles Hoffman of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann and daughters returned home Tuesday after several days* visit at the Eugene Yackley home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte and family and Edward and Clarence Berte, son* of Mr. and Mrs. John , South Dakota. They returned home Thursday. Agatha Thllges attended to the household duties at the Henry Loerwald home during the absence of Margaret Gales. Lucille Gales is attending to the household duties at the Thllges brothers home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klsch and son spent Sunday at the Simon Klsch home near Whlttemore. Paul Klsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Klsch, returned to his home after several weeks at the Mike Kisch home. Dickie Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, spent from Thursday until Saturday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, while his parents went on a trip to South Dakota. Kirs. Augusta Lavrenz and daughters, Emelda and Esther, drove to JSatone, Minnesota, Sunday and spent the day visiting Mrs. Lavrenz's mother, Mrs. Emily Heise. Mr, and Mrs. Wilfred Reraegule and children, Joan and Dickie of Bvanston, Illinois, returned to their home Thursday after a ten-day visit with Mr. Resseguie's mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. They were accompanied by Emmaline Creesy. Mr. Re«seguie in employed by the Continental Illinois National Trust & Savings Bank in the business extension department. Mr- and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and children, Sue and Teddy, and the former's mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison will arrive home this evening from a two weeks' trip. Mrs. A. Hutchison has been visiting her daughters. Mrs. C. Q. Drummond and Dorothy Hutchison at Chicago. Dorothy returned with her for a visit. She la a librarian at the Lunt Library at Evans ton. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison visited at the homes of Mrs. Drummond and an aunt of Mrs. Hutchison, Mrs. C. W. Moore in Chicago and drove to Annapolis where they were guests of Lieut, and Mrs. Mel Peterson. They stopped at points of interest on the trip east. The foUowing young people will be leaving for college during September. Tfasoe to go to Ames to Iowa State College are Mary Louise Oilmore, Edward Capesius, Howard and Russell MeiMn, Betty Gunn, Ida Halpin, Ila Leffert, Durwood Baker and Roland Larson; to th« University of Iowa at Iowa City, Vsrnon Kohlhaas, Phil Bergfleld, John Bishop, Watson March, Bob LaBarre, John Spencer, John Cbris- Unsen, Walter Beardsley, Isabtllc Green berg and Dorothy Ward; GrinneU Coltegs at Grinnell, Bob Dowel, and Fr«d Kont, Jr.; Gustavus Adolphus Collage at St P«t- •r, Minnesota, Bob ScUstrom and Otrtrud* Nelson; Iowa State Teachers College at C*dar Falls, Evelyn Smith; Clark C«U*g« at Dubuqua, Ctertrud* Zend**; Crtighton University at Omaha, Omar KtUy and BUI Barry; Harvard, Cambridge, Mass., Chart** Cr*Um*y«r; University of Mlnnssota at Minneapolis, Charles auvouon and Virginia Merck; Loyola at Chicago, Harold and Jack &r«tt; CoratJ, at Mount Vwaon, MEM WOK: »«W«> *J IlKHfmJa, Dick Bhackalford, and t»» AID IN REMOVAL OF MtNE BLAST VICTIMS—Sullivan, Indiana—Photo shows a group of three coal miners as they prepare to descend the mine shaft to aid in the removal of twenty charred bodies of their fellow miners who were killed in the mine explosion last week. LuVerne Girl Was Columbia U. Class Teacher in Summer LuVerne: Marie Fritzemeier returned Sunday evening from New York, where she had conducted demonstration classes In kindergarten work at Columbia University. She leaves next week to resume her regular work as teacher at Wausau, Wis. Father Succumbs ' Mrs. Josephine Scribner was called to Manlius, III., Friday by the death of her father, David Hurt. Mr. Hurt was over 80 years old and had been in falling health for some time. The Geo. Krafts, Eagle Grove, spent Friday at the Chas. Goetsch*. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gels at an Algona hospital, August 8. Dolores Wolto Is at home from Cedar Falls where she has been attending summer school. The Nick Loofts, Armstrong, spent last Friday here with their sons who run the City Meat Mar-' ket Mrs. Rachel Hanna and Genera, j St. Paul, were guests at the Peter Thompson home several days last week. The Arnold Sanders attended a Riddle family reunion at Ambrose Call Park Sunday. There were over 30 In attendance. Helen Jean Mosher arrived home from Florida, Monday. She had spent most of the summer there with her father and aunt. Supt A. C. Evans, J. E. Undebak and Edward, Robert Smith and Willard Sanford were business visitors at Forest City Friday. The Harry Chrlsteasens and Mrs. Wm. Moeding attended the funeral services for an aunt of Mrs. Chrlst- cnsen, Mrs. Roy Brooks, Bradgate, at Humboldt Monday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Sorenaen and sons spent last week at her Mstars home IB Vahoo, Web. tbty «»*r« «eeom- panfed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson, Algona, and her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Youngwirth and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mangle, Hardy, left Tuesday morning for a trip which would take them through the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park and home by way of Texas. Mrs. Arthur Ramus underwent an operation for gallstones at the General hospital In Des Molnes, Thursday. Erna Schultz, Livermore, Is staying with the Ramus children while their mother is away. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolto and daughter, Scranton, came Saturday for a week's visit with his mother before the beginning of the new school year. He has directed the band at Scranton all summer. David Gardner came home from Iowa City Sunday after spending four months in the hospital there. He had an operation for nastold trouble. Jake Kubly had a major operation at a Fort Dodge bospltal Monday. The Frank Greens, Forest -City, spent Sunday at the Lloyd Smiths. Geo. Kabele and daughters, Fran ces and Martha, Goldfleld, were guests at the Irvin Chapmans. Mrs. John PhimpB enjoyed a visit from her parents, the Van Pattens, at Ames, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Mrs. Wilson Legler spent the week end at Omaha. M. M. Lowmlller visited a niece and family near Winnebago, Minn. Chas. Hansel man and Chas., Jr., went to Geneseo, in., Friday. Chas., Jr., is planning to make an extended stay there. The Evangelical conference at Cedar Falls which had been in session for ten days came to a close Sunday. The Rev. 33. R. Walters, the F. C. Fritzemeiers, Florence Hof and Alfred, the Geo. Merkles, Paul Blumer and Ralph were among those who had attended part or all of the services. The Hofs visited relatives at Sumner during the week. The Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Heddle, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bryant and Mono, Thompson, Iowa, were guests of Lottie and Jennie Mason Sunday. A week ago Sunday was both Mr. and Mrs. Heddle's birthdays, and the country church at which k« holds an evening service had « SOT-* prise for 'them at the home of one of their parishioners. Refreshments were served and the Heddles were presented -with a purse of money tor a remembrance. Wesley: Arnold HUbert* oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hubert, lorthwest of town, passed away at the Kossuth hospital in Algona, on Thursday night at 10:30 o'clock after a week's illness or more. Arnold Francis was born and raised In this community and celebrated his 20th birthday last May 10th. Resides his beloved parents, Arnold, the third child in the family, is survived by four sisters, Myrtle, Florence, Esther and Delores and one brother, Mllford, all at home. An Infant sister, Dorothy, preceded him in death on December 12, 1023. The young man had apparently been in good health until last spring when he had a tooth which bothered him after which complications ARNOLD HUBERT R1TESSATURDAY Wesley Man's Illness Traced To Complications From Teeth set In and from which he never recovered. On the Friday preceding his death he suffered a severe heart attack and on the following Monday his condition became so critical that It became necessary to take him to the Kossuth hospital. He took charge of the farm work at a very early age, because of his father who has been Incapacitated for the past five years. Funeral services were held at the St Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley, Saturday at 9 a. m. and the body was laid to rest In the family lot at the St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery, with Rev. A. J. Wagener officiating. The pall bearers were six cousins, Matthew Besch of Wesley, Cyril Kellner of St Joe, Mil ford Elbert of Whlttemore, Edward Arend of St. Benedict and Richard and Paul Arend of Burt. SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughters spent Friday evening at the A. T. Paulsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and family spent Sunday at the parental Levl Hawbaker home in Elmore. Mrs. Rnlph Campbell and son, Kenneth spent Saturday afternoon at the Rnlph Lage home near Irv- Ington. A group of friends and relatives gathered at the C. F. Nielsen home Thursday evening to help Mrs. Nielsen celebrate her 68th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Yager returned one day the latter part of the past week to Seneca from a two months' fishing trip in northern Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christiansen and daughter of Ringsted and Duane Campbell of Bancroft spent Sunday at the parental R. J. Campbell home. Maxlne Cody had her tonsils removed by Dr. Klrkegaard at Ringsted and Donna Jenn Bolllg had her tonsils removed by Dr. Egan of Bancroft recently. Albert Cody, Glenn Paulsen, Sigurd Olsen, Ole Oftedahl, Paul Crowley, O. R. Patterson and Ralph Campbell, all spent Saturday in Algona and took their chauffeur tests for driving school busses. Mrs. Albert Cody, Carrol St. John and Wesley Patterson took drivers' tents Saturday als6. Miss Madonna Stufflick and Rolee Dorr attended the Mason City fair Sunday. STOP! at Dutch's Super Service For Real Tire Bargains REAL VALUES - REAL PRICES Get Our Prices on 75x19 50x21 .OOxl6 40X21 .50x17 30x5 HD Truck 32x6 HD Truck All Firsts All Guaranteed Supply Limited Get Yours Now Used Tire Bargains — We have practically every popular size in used tires, priced right. 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