The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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18 AT [Doling the Morning Service K confirmation te Us* St John's Luthera at Dt-pew. Sunday. Th Marion, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Flnne*tad n of Mr. and Mrs. Joh = ,. « -• Bertna - daughter of Mr and Mrs. We Solberg; Francis? son of Mr. and Mrs. Ulerick Juhl: Mar ion daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Berkland: Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Berkland; Melvin, son o Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berkland Mae, daughter of Mr. and" Mrs Theo. Moling; Albert, son of Mr and Mrs. Herman Meling; Marie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Naig: Dorothy and Marjorie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Naig; Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Boettnot; Betty, daughter of Mr. Art Strand, Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gowans: Nina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergeson Ernest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skare and Obed, son of Mrs. Gladys Naig:. Two babies were also bap — f ~ " »* •"^"•^ij ** *zi c a jail DH : tlied during the morning service and were Martin Duane. son of M and Mrs. Oscar Norland and Ger aid Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ger aid Boettnot Son Oirfefoned •, ¥*.'*. f? , MrS ' AJfred Biersted had their infant son, James William christened Sunday at the Fairville Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. Fred Bierstedt and Mr Hanover. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters, Janet and Phyllis spent from Friday to Monday with relatives at Oskaloosa. M. E. Burn-ash and children. Maynard and Sarah, returned home on Sunday afternoon after a ten days' Alan ~ sit with relativ es at Peorla and A1SO Danville, III. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and daughters. Marjorie and Eunice and son. Kenneth, were entertained at the Lester Johnson home near Bancroft Sunday. o Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis and daughter. Rosemary of Renwick and Joe N'ellls of Waterloo were dinner guests at the Carl Kern home Sunday. Lois Kay Voight baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Voight was rocked in the cradle In the primary department cf the M. E. church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George Krahn and sons of Arlington, S. Dak., were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga. Mr. Krahn is a cousin of Mrs. Hayenga. i Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett spent Sunday afternoon at the Grotto of he Redemption at West Bend, where they were met by relatives and friends from Corwith. Frank Dreyer. Eldon Hantelman nd Gib Bleckwenn accompanied y Dorothy Stigman, Delores Krause md Gladys Tieman spent Sunday at he state fair in Des Moines. Stanley Munch went to Rochester! Friday, where he had a final check up by his doctor at the Mayo clinic Stanley expects to return to Min- 72 ENROLL AT LUVffiNEWG] TEACHERS BJ Mr. and Mrs Elmer Weisbrod attended a family get-together at West Bend Sunday. Roxie Fischer and Maynard Lee of Bode spent Saturlay evening at the Maurice Wallaces 'A R a Bohn and Daughter ere dinner guests a Hew Class; Other News LuVerne: The high school enroll- raent on Monday was 72 with sevej-- al out at the state fair and for other reasons. Nineteen are In the freshman class. When the little folk enrolled to begin school Monday, an unusual thing was brought to light in that there was only one, Geraldine Sanford who was six years old now. However, there were six others who were between five and six who entered so tK primary class has an enrollment of seven. Teasers for the coming school year arrived In Lu Verne and are located at the following homes: fctterKMM tot **«*. Mrs. I , 3 - -S teW Mfcy stayed until BHU- | nay. The cemetery society win not I meet until fejit. tt en twonat of the Kossulh County ffcir. Mrs. Ernest Wott«. s Mte* Win. Miller (and, Mrs. Albert Genrlch wfl| be/ Arthur Look is having a vaca-l U«n from his work on the mail route this week. Re left Monday! morning to attend the Iowa State! Pair with plans to atend the Mis-1 stroH Fatr the tatter part of the week. Rev. Waldemar Ferber, Duluth I spent last week at the Rev. 1* Wit-1 tenburg home. He is a Lutheran missionary. Beatrice Wittenburg and Lyle Kuch. Marengo, were also guests at the Wittenburg home on Saturday. Evan Llchty went to Des Moines! Saturday to spend a few days with I his friend. Willis Colwell and to attend the state fair. He accompanied Harry Hoepner when he returned to resume his work with Al Ktauser nnd the Oklahoma Outlaws | after a vacation at home. Mrs. Ida Foley, Rock Rapids, and I her son, Vern Foley, New York City calledat the Wm. Biglngs Sunday. FINAL BASEBALL : f • - •; • i . * • - * Algona Brooklyn neapolis the latter part of this week. 7, ~~' ~ \ — Mr. and Mrs. Attlo Sjostrum of T^. J ager and son ' Clarence Mi- K"..~ U CL Minneapolis were callers at the ? d i" ner Sunda y Walter is start- *"«. COIgene HohllS John and Norman Finnestad homes '"*,£',?. e , Con ^ y ! ar as '^her at the I !"!*»«.-.. U M. Saturday evening. Mrs. Sjostrum P arochlal school. I 18 UttOSCH HosteftS . . is better known as the Blanche Finnestad. former. , Mr - and M «- Ed Priebe and their I Ottosen: The Ladies' Rural daughter. La Vonne, visited Mrs. met at the home of Mrs ance nnestad. ger. a onne, visited Mrs. met at the home of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. John Light left ££?** s "" cle ;/ r l d ^"ierholz and Hofius Thursday afternoon Saturday morning to vfeit their ^f' Iyat Strat . f ° rd on Sa""-day and teen members answered d " 1 ' hM ™ Prlebes daughter. Mrs. Clyde Brooks and " 1 ' amily at Iowa Falls. They also ™ d at lanned to visit relatives near Chi-i ago before returning. Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher nd daughter. Marilyn . Prlebes ™"* in *- Fred with Fire Preventions fa '™ Hazards " was ro»a The lesson Mrs! Daniels. Mrs. Roy Kinseth Kmseth - '- —«•«.• i^aiiitMS. lure. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers en- "'as assistant hostess tertamed at a family dinner Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Meyers' par- ., •—, • •. «""«ci guesu* at Uie Ernest Votteler home Satur- Oscar and Clarence . — —•« Alvin Oleson spent from Saturday morning at the state Fred Kluss and ions and children nd daughter. Marilyn and son. ° a>Q Quests were Mrs. Meyers'par- Fall Festival, 3rd-4th illie, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy e ?^ Mr and Mrs - L •* Weisbrod The Ottoscn F-nM p , , ,„ oettcher of Burt were six o'clock £ F ?" ton ' and Mr - and Mrs. Kern be held Fridav *nri « festival will dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs E S lerlck of Alta and Mr. and Mrs. U 4 Fnda> and Sat " r day, Sept. C. Weisbrod on Sunday evening. j Ernest v *aux of Ida Grove. ' Sept. Henril$>on Girl HI Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad en- Mr ; ?"d Mrs. Julius Gremmels tertained at a dinner Sunday in ?" tert a'"ed at dinner Sunday in. Mr „ . „ „ honor of their daughter Marion JV onor "J Mr - Gremmels' cousin. Mr ~ and Mrs - Henry Henrikson and their nephew. Wayne Finnes- ^ eni 7 Oemmcls of Oelwein. who £"? called to Fredricksburg on tad. who were confirmed that day "visiting here. Other guests were W edne , s day on account of the Hint St. John's LutHerrfn church at*£',., and Mrs - Art Bamsey and n , c . ss °' the "'daughter, Mrs. Doni „,,„.,— and Mrs Cfara Grcm Jnld Usher, who is very sick with a throat infection, but Is somewhat at St. John's LutHerrfn church at T/,, 3 "' Depew. I children mels. I , ' ~M* .o Olslllcwllttl Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager ,,1'" at thls writing. Mr. Hen- nt«.*«:~..i _. i. . ««"«e»-i i riKSOn rpfitrnoH Kin*v*« TT»_JJ - _ / ~~ Seeing i and Mrs. W. C. lamed Mrs. Loek and sons Walter! ""' *"' u Jnrs - *>eivm Mansager I r !U«rm ,•„. j u "',-. and Ronald of Chicago and Mr and ~ nteHained at dinner last week returned home Friday. I M£ &~c&r&£m A , -^^*. daughter, Mary, of Long Beach . nine P° un d baby boy was born California. Other guests were Mrs ". and Mrs - Oscar Movick on Mansager's parents, Mr. and Mrs I ™ ursday - """ " ' " John Light Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wallace's small •v^vcu «i me louowing Homes: «—---—v. ,..••. *-., B ,i 1( ,a ouuuuy. KJete Flnley, Newton, first and sec- , Mrs -. Helen Trauger had as .a guest, ond grade, at F. 1 Chapman*; .*•*.,• ^ Uvln M *yberry formerly Laurine Olson. Gilbert, third and ? f ^ Mt Bend - He ls leaving soon fourth grades. Florence Hofs- Cor- t or s y racuse . N - Y., where he will rine Smith. Humeston. Dr A J £? , a membe ' > of the faculty of the Easons; Harriet Beatty, Malvern' yn'^Mlty °f Syracuse seventh and eighth grade, Cecil '"" ' ' ^ ' Huffs? Giovanni Smith. Davenpor commercial and homo economi Cecil Huffs; Louise Louer. Keswl English and dramatics, Floren Hofs; Walter Peterson. Roland, h tory and band, Arthur HoYa; C. Smith, principal and coach am Supt Alex Evans make their horn here. Fred Tiede is custodian the school house. At Fair Thto Week There are so many attending th state fair this week that is is im possible to get the names of all. Je se Stoddard spent the week wit his daughter, Mrs. Jasper Vaugha who lives in Des Moines. The P. C Lichtys and Earl Legler attended Sunday. Fred Baumgartner, Chas nnd Berdine Nygaard and Andrew Marty also went. Find 115 Texas Heat The Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock returned Friday from, a month' vacation spent with Rev. Hancock- mother and other relatives in south crn . T exas. They found It an ex ceedingly warm time to visit there as part of the time the temperature was 115 degrees. Giants Texas Black Spiders Algnoa Baseball Park—8^15 y. M. Sunday Night, Sept 5th - .... u . wut.cai «iuvii;ft Oil I . -• The Movicks have two other children, a boy and girl. .....,.._,„,, ,, a, mL . e s small i »»„ u«__ ir daughter, Rose Ella, was baptized L V 17 Henrikson returned Sunday at the Lutheran church h ° mme from Fredericksburg Sunday, with the RPV w w BraK.ii*. _j»i_ I Mrs. Henrv I^vio- «**«»» T..,. • visiting in -so don't fall to see our display next week at Kossuth County Fair of the new Dutch Oven and Glow Maid Ranges, Glow Boy and Ray Boy Circulating Heaters, Duo-theriirOil Buftilng Heaters, Horton Washing Machines, and many other major items. And when you do see these outstanding lines of stoves and washing machine you will know why we believe them to be the world's leaders NELSON HARDWARE Algona — Iowa ... - „ —.•«•*,• an \,I«UIVI1 w th the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz offic- atlng. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace were the sponsors. Dinner guests were the sponsors and their daughters, Gloria and Wanda. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hecht and son, Donald of Chicago who spent two weeks here with Mr.. Hecht'. .UUr, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and family am her mother, Mrs. Ferdinand Schendel and son, Julius of Fairville, left Monday for their home. Fernandes Fauerby accompanied them home for a two weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller and aaughter, Carmen went to Minneapolis Sunday to visit Mr. Miller's sister, Mrs. Harold Huff and family. Mr. Miller's daughter Cordelia, and his mother, Mrs. Henry Mrs. Henry Lovig spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Young at Rolfe. ^ Farm Building Don't Last Forevei Especially if they aren't given an occasional going over and repaired as needed. The worst months of the year are ahead. Keep your buildings in good shape, and save by having your stock and equipment in better condition. Miller, returned home with them Sunday evening after two weeks ••pi-lit at the Huff home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell an their son and wife, Mr. and Mr Kd Mitchell drove to Lohrville Fr day to help Mr. and Mrs. Joh Mickhck move their househol goods to Thor, Iowa, where M Micklirk will be the superintend tnt of the Thor school. Mrs. Mk-k lick is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ben Mitchell. •. Mr. and Mrs. John Light am their guests. Mrs. Cecil Harsch ane daughter, Mary, were entertainei at the J. A. Uidder home at Fair mont and at the home of Mrs Charles Lohse at Sherburn, Minn on Wednesday of last week. Mrs Harsch and daughter, Mary, left fo their home at Long Beach, Calif ornia, on Thursday evening. Mrs Hursch is a niece of Mr. Light. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and daughter, Beverly and Lorraine Kuhlrnan, went to Gaylord, Minn. Sunday, where they were entertained at the home of Mr. Schulte's brother, Walter and family. Mr and Mrs. Walter Schulte had their =^~»i77j " j"Cr *••«""•"<» Watnem and Mildred Knutson went to Des Moines Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ryg O f Leland, » i" 2™,. VUIU| >K relatives and friends here this week. Ole Ellmgson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Melvin Ellingson home at Burt. Merle Ho!t, Albert Thorsen-and Ed Edwards returned from Leech Lake, Minn., Wednesday. Mrs. Lawrence Hanson of Whittemore spent ..Tuesday with her mother. Mra. Amelia Watnem. Mr and Mrs. J. Van Bunkirk and I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt Michael Wegner Is Fort Dodge this week. *?-J**T ,° laon *'" taken Monday for to Mr. and Mrs. children, Klemme the Mason home. Mrs. Arthur Geo. spent and | s reported an per! GREATEST OF ALL FORD IQRD . Harold Phillips and rx Kubleys. They were on the way home iron „ tr , p to the ™ »>y Robert ENTIRE STOCKS ATTRACTIVELY PRKEDI All makes and models of Uted Cars are Included In thl» big annual Font Dealer Clearance. They are attractively priced for Immediate cale, to plain figure*. It's your cnanc* of the year to dHvt a bargain. GUARANTEED R.G VALUES INCUIDEDI LOTS OF GOOD TRUCKS and CommeechaCay. Many size* and body type* . . . niMjr with R ft G Guarantee. A good truck is a good moosy-maker. Coea« to, and select one that's right tn every way for your needs! FORD DEALER TODAY H HH U.U.mugg8K83 KENT MOTOR CO. !«"•«. TOED SALES AHD SEEVICE Algona, Iowa infant daughter, Joyce Darlene baptized that day and Henry Schul te acted as one of the sponsors. Lorraine Kuhlman remained with her parents and Howard Schulte who spent a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Formals, in, ornpanied his folks home .Sunday evening. FENTON NEWS We'll 15,. (ilud'i'oj.uok At Your Place an,I K.stiniate VVirhuut Obligation. Geo L Miller OONTKACTOR AND WJILDKlt Phuue 10y Algona, Iowa VWWWWWWVVWVVVWWWWVrWwv Mr:*. Kd Weinbrod and daughter, Ktliei were callers at the George Hollinger home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman and family ware Thursday dinner Kues,t.i of their daughter and son- iii-law, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz in Algona. Mr. and Mra Herman Dreyer and daughter. Alviria drove to Algona .Sunday evening to meet another daughter. Kuth. who was returning from Liua Moines, where she attend ed the state fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Theesneld and baby und Mr. and Mrs. Werner Tlieeslield uf Buckley, III., arrived here Thursday for a v»it at the Hcttry Tit-mans and other relatives The men are nephews of Mm. Tie- ruan Mr. and Mra. Einil Bierstedt entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. August Gade and family ol West Bind, Mr. und Mr*. Hugo Faulatich und Mr. and Mm Herman i jade and family. Mr. and Mrs William Meyer were afternoon callers. 'flu . . . e spent Sunday at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zinncl and their daughter, Muriel, attended the Zin- nell reunion at Arnolds Park on .Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Storesund and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scveraon and family of California attended the Sevcrson reunion av Fairmont Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Swenson of Leland, Illinois, visited at the Peter Holt home from Saturday until Tuesday. They also visited other relatives and friends. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz of Rodman Saturday morning. Mrs. Lenz was formerly Olivia Olson. The Lenz have two other children both boys. ARMSTRONG NEWS'! race Mrs. Arthur Fleming visited a few days with her sUter, Mrs. Delmer Fischer of Lone Rock. Miss Viola Buchan and Orville Johnson, both employed in Dei Florence W«i*brod and Edith Laagu 1«« thU week on Tiuwdiiy afternoo^ tot Des Motoeii where they will Main Uach at the Elniwood ncluwL Tiarjorie Wilberg >1 Ringsted accmnpanled them to Jts Muinei to visit her sister, Mary who is crnyiyyed there. . — — -.. v.»f»»uj^ u llt LfV9 Mom«s, spent the week end at their respective homes. Thomas Broks of Charles City who has spent a week's vacation with his parents here, returned to Charles City Saturday. Miss Ivana Larson and Margaret .undquist went to Minneapolis •ecently where they enrolled in the Brady and Rogers beauty school. Miss Ardella Halverson of Fair.°"i' Minn • and Curtis Halverson f Blue Earth. Minn., spent the week end at the parental Carl Hal- 'erson home. Mr. and i| fs . Everett Jo .sen ami aughter, Joan Marie cf St. Bun- Uict. are now working at the Lloyd Iclgaso.j iionie. Mrb. Jen.ii.-n is the ornier Josephine Schmidt of this lace. Miss Dorothy Wolfe returned the rst of the week from Cedar Rap- da where she visited a week with ollege friends. A girl friend of Mins Wolfe returned with her for a ew days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Deeming and son, Melvin and daughter, Gal of Graettiuger and Mis* Fries o Winder and Mr. and Mrs. John Mixell and Mnt. Edna Mixell and Monday daughter* of here .„„„„ „ evening «.t the H. M. Innitei- Maxlne Brlcluon, a student nurse at the Midway hospital in St. Paul visited over the week end at the parental Fore»t Erickaon home Her mother accompanied her back Sunday evening and returned on Monday after vwiting with her suite, Julia Liadbloni. Miw Loin Rankin 0 / Minneapolis, who ha» »pect the auauner at .be home of her grandparent*. Mr and Mr*. Charles Denniaon Mt on Saturday morning for Pueblo, Col. vhere »he will make her home with ier mother who now lives there. . Kankin waa accompanied by bruthtr, Bobby Runkln and B«t- y Luu Vundenbargh NSURANCE That Pays Losses Promptly • FARM PROPERTY- LIVE STOCK— Of all kind, agaimt fire, lightning, wind, and tornadp, The Best Insurance Protection for Less Insurance to Force Over $19,OOO,ooo YOUR FRIEND BEFORE AND AFTER A FIRE See us at our new building j-2 block north of Iowa State Bank. __ wp ,^ vvwiVlffl Insurance Asaociatlo D. 1>. PAXSON, Secretary n

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