The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1937 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 2,1937 RKKECLANAT WESLEYREUMON Large Number Present at Henry Ricke's on Sunday Wesley: The Henry Rlcke clan held a family reunion, Sunday, August 22nd, and the following from this section were among those present: Henry Rlcke of Wesley, Dr. R. J. ThlMen and family of Algona, the Will Rlcke family of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. George Ooetz of Wesley, George and Fidelia Rlcke of St Benedict, Roman Rlcke family of St Benedict, Raymond Ricke family of Wesley, and the Henry Shermans of Wesley. Alumni Reunion Off The alumni reunion of the Wesley public school which was to have been held Sunday afternoon, was the latter part of the week postponed for this summer. It is thought for next year the reunion will be held earlier In the summer for it seemed that so many other conflicting appointments were scheduled for the date set this year. Vincent Kleinpeter is president this year. Banns of Marriage Banns for the approaching marriage of Bernard Arndorfer to Miss Anna Selmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Seimer, were made public for the first time at St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday morning. Visits at Fnnnemarks Mrs. John Bohannon of Algona spent most of last week and over the week end at the home of her brother, Olaf Funnemark, while he and bis son, Howard enjoyed a fish- Ing trip in northern Minnesota, and Mrs. Funnemark and the other two children, Edward and Mildred, spent a few days at the state fair in Des Moines. 6 Yr. Old on Train Little Carol Erdmann. six year old daughter of the Paul Erdmanna. returned home alone by way of train Friday morning from Michigan, where she spent the last month with her sister, Marguerite. She made the trip alone with no difficulty or fear. The J. P. Uhlenhake family of Whlttemore were Sunday guests at the R. C. Bauer home. C. E. Lawler of Minneapolis spent last week here visiting his daughter, Ms. Vincent Daughn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emory of Sexton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer. The Ed Pfeffer family of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer. Miss Alice Marie. Forburger Is recuperating at her home east of town from a tonsilectomy which she underwent Saturday. The Art Haverly family returned to their home at Bloomer, Wisconsin, Saturday following a week's visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and children returned home Sunday afternoon from Cross Lake, Minn., where they vacationed two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins drove to Belmond Sunday where they were guests at the home of her son, Glenn McMurray and family. Lorraine and Marlon and Clarence Arndorfer returned home Saturday for a week's visit with relatives at Beaver Dam and Milwaukee, WIs. Mr. and Mrs. August Forburger and daughter, Ruth of Momence, 111., arrived here Thursday for a week's visit at the home of their son, Tom and family. Mrs. Albert Hoffer and children of Waterloo and Miss Hilda Goetz of Milwaukee arrived In Wesley Saturday for a week's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz and other relatives. The Bernard McGuires entertained two dozen relatives at their home south of town Sunday, most of them coming from Bancroft where the McGuire family came from last March first. Mrs. Leo Blelch as leader took her group of Blue Bird girls to Algona Friday where they enjoyed a theatre party followed by a picnic out- Ing at the shady grounds surrounding the swimming pool. Bernard A. Erdmann, Sr, spent Saturday in and about Wesley on a business trip. He has for the past six years been living with relatives near Dyersvillet Matt Erdmann of Wesley Is a son of B. A. Mrs. Bertha Skow of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, arrived in Wesley the middle of the past week for a visit at the various Skow homes here following several weeks' visit with former friends in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and family drove to Des Moines early Sunday morning to spend several days at the state fair. While in the city, they were house guests of his sister, Mrs. Art Corey and family. Miss Eleanor Johnson, daughter of the David Johnson south of town, left the latter part of the week for Mason City where she Is enrolling as student nurse at the Mercy hospital for a three years' course in that profession. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drummer of Marshalltown are the parents of a boy born to them last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirksen also have a boy born to them on August ISth. Their home now Is at Albert Lea. Minn. Miss Virginia Benton arrived home last week end for a two weeks visit with home folks as her annual vacation from school duties at the state Institution at Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she is taking an eighteen months' course in occupational therapy. Miss Josephine Brunning, who has been employed at the Sam Alne home since May 17. returned to her home near St. Benedict, Saturday night expecting to remain home for a few days before going to Dy- ersvillc to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Newhouse. A large group of members and attendants at the Congregational ANNOUNCE LIST TO DATE OF KOSSUTH'S RURAL TEACHERS church drove to the Upper Flat church Sunday morning where they spent all day in attendance at the Fall Festival meetings held there. A similar meeting is planned for the local church here Sunday, either the 12th or 19th of September. Sister Mary Luke, daughter of Mrs. Pauline Hanig, and the foilr daughters, Evelyn, Lavon, Maxlne and Bernadine, daughters of the late Jake Hanlg, arrived in Wesley over the week end for a visit at the home of their grandmother. They are expecting to return to Dubuque where they are making their home at a children's home. Miss Laura Hanson returned to employment in Des Moines Saturday night following a two weeks' vacation here with her mother, Mrs. N. E. Hanson, and other relatives. She was accompanied to Des Moines by her brother, Harold, a Wesley high school graduate with the class of '37, who is expecting to enroll for his freshman year as student at some college in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin, Mrs. Silas Skow and Harold, Miss Anna Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Funnemark and Alma and Julius, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Flom and two daughter, Mrs. Maion Paulson, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson and daughter and Peter and Marie Seaberg drove to Boone on Thursday where they attended a convention of the Young People's Society. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt drove to Bode Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. A) Wagner. They brought Nina Mae Wagner home with them and on Monday the group drove to Mason City where arrangements were to be made for Nina Mae's entry for a commercial at a business college. Mrs. Earl Ranck who has been visiting at her parental home here the past six weeks, left from Mason City Monday evening, meeting her friend, Mrs. Brock, who had been visiting with relatives in St. Paul, and together the two will travel totheir home at Rockledge, Florida. Elderly Man At Burt Honored Burt: Ernest , Krueger, Burt, celebrated his 90th birthday, Friday, August 20, and on Sunday a gathering was held at his home in his honor. Those pcesent Included the Henry Manus family, the Charles Morris', the Will and Peter Christiansen families, all of Lone Rock, and the Jay Goddens of Seneca, all the families of daughters Mr. Krueger, although 90, is stil active and takes care of a large garden and lawn, which he keeps in first class condition. A daughter Ruth, keeps house for him. Burl's oldest resident, however, is Mrs. Aurllla Coffin, who was 95 years old Monday, August 23. On account of the frail state of her health, no special celebration was attempted. Mrs. Coffin lives with her son,\C. S. Coffin. Rural school in Kossuth county will, for the most part, be opened Monday, August 30, according to Wm. Shirley, county superintendent. A few may open a week earlier than the 30th, and some may open a week later than that, but the 30th will be the starting point for most of the schools. A complete list of rural teachers was not available, but Mr. Shirley gave this paper a list of teachers so Tar known to be rehlred by the various rural school districts. They are as follows: German Twp.—Dlst. 5, Helen Christ, Lakota; Dlst. 8, Myrtle Ama, Titonka; Dist. 9, Mary C. Oesterreicher, Titonka; no reports for districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7. Oarfleld Twp.—Dist. 1, Dorothy Knudsen, Algeria; Dist. 5, Helen Mertz, Ottosen; no reports for districts 4, 6, 8. Fenton Twp.—Dlst. 2, Mathilda Ruhnke, Whittemore; none for districts 5, 7, 8, 9. Buffalo Twp.—Dist 8, Helen Beed, Titonka; Dlst. 9, Marjorie Crulkshank, Burt; no report made for district 7. Bart Twp.—Dlst 2, Marie Bahl- Ing, Burt; Dist. 3, Maxine Fraser, Burt; Dist. 8, Lillian Angus, Bancroft; no report for district 1, 4, 6. Crcsco Twp.—Dlst. 1, Marie Brandow, Algona; Dist. 2, Etta Bacon, Algona; Dlst. 3, Dorothy Fraser. Sexton; no reports for districts 4 ai Eag'le Twp.—Dlst. 2, Alice Uhr, Armstrong: Dist 5, Alice Mayne, Ledyard; Dist. 6, Myrtle Holcomb, Swea City; no reports made for districts 1, 3, 4, Whittemore Twp.—Dlst 1, Marcella Krandle, Whittemore; Dlst 2, Ruth A. Robinson, Algona; Dlst 4 Berdle Schulz, Irvlngton; Dlst. 6, Bernadine Mertz, West Bend; no reports for districts 3, 5. Wesley Twp.—Dlst 1, Mabel Kent, Wesley; Dlst. 3, Anna Andrews, Titonka; Dist. 6, Evangeline A. Cruise Wesley; no reports for districts 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9. Union Twp.—Dlst. 1, Carmilla Fraser. Burt; Dist 2, Natalie Mann Burt; Dlst. 5, Ellen Steussy, Algona Dist 7, Catherine Schulz, Irvington; no reports for districts 3, 4 6. Swea Twp.—Dlst. 3, June Larson Swea City; Dist 4, Leona Keller Bancroft; Dlst. 8, Aug. P. Grendler Armstrong; no reports for districts 259 'Springfield Twp.—Dist. 1, Almn Junkermeier, Ledyard; Dist 2 Mary C. Trenary, Bancroft; Dlst 3, Helen Glorfeld, Ledyard; Dlst 6 Loila Reece, Elmore. Sherman Twp.—Dist. 2, Norma Raney, Algona; Dist 3, Pearl A Leigh, Irvlngton; Dist. 5, Lenore Arndorfer, St. Benedict; Dist. 6 Lillian Krause, Goldfield; Dist. 7 Doris Keister, Renwlck; Dist. 8 Esther Merkle, Livermore; no re ports for districts 1, 4, 9. Seneca Twp—No report for dist ricts 7, 9. Riverdale Twp.—No reports fo districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Ramsey Twp.—Dlst. 2, Hattl Horsma, Lakota; Dist. 6, Leila M Hanson, Burt; Dlst 8, Alma Stork Sancroft; no reports for districts 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9. Prairie Twp.—Dlst 3. Edna Llck- :eig, Wesley; Dlst 4, Sister Mary! Arsenta. St. Benedict. I Portland Twp.—Dist 1, Clara Os-! and, Buffalo Center; Dlst 6, Mary Tjaden, Burt; Dlst 7, Wanda Waltman, Burt; no report for districts 2, 3, 4, 5, 8. Plum Creek Twp.—Dlst. 2, Mar- iorle Barger, Swea City; Dist 4, Kable Bowman, Swea City; Dist. 5, Genevleve Altwegg. Algona; Dlst 7, Hazel Albright, Algona; Dlst. Dorothy McNelll, Algona; no report for districts 1, 8. LuVernei Twp.—Dist. 2, Anna -lorn; Dlst. 4, Elsie Hunt; LuVerne; 31st. 8, Dorothy Schulz, Irvington; no report for districts 5, 6, 7. Ixrtt* Crwk Twp.—Dist. 7. Verltt lawman, Algona; Dlst. 8, Lorettn Fandel, Whittemore: no report for districts 3. 4, S, 6, 9. Lincoln Twp.—Dlst. 2. Faye Olthoff, Lakota; Dlst. 3, Feme Olthoff, Lakota; Dlst 6, Kathleen "Smith, Buffalo Center; Dist 7, Irene Christ, Lakota; no report for districts 1, 4, 5, 8, 9. Lrdyard Twp.—Dist. 5, Gertrude Wortman, Lakota; Dist. «, Nellie kelson, Titonka: Dist 7, Catherine liarsen, Swea City. Irvtngton Twp.—Dist 1, Donna M. Dooley. Algona; Dist. 4, Ruth BYaser, Algona; Dist. 8, Marjorio Johnson, Irvington and Eileen Walsh, Lone Rock; Dist 9, Myrtle Jordan, Lu Verne; no report for districts 2, 3, 5, 6, 7. Hebron Twp.—Dlst. 1, Agnes Haugen, Rake; Dist. 2, no report; Dlst. 3, Eleanor Yahnke, Elmore; Dist. 4, Mildred Oswald. Elmore; Dlst 5, Josephine Frlesenborg, Buffalo Center; Dlst 6, Signe Feigen, Lake Mill!". Harrison Twp.—Dlst. 3, Adelaide Ewing, Swen City; Dist 3, Agues Droessler, Bancroft. Oro<>n\vood Twp—Dist. 8, Colleta Kockler, Bancroft. Brother of Wesley Folks Laid to Rest Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loeblg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebig, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loeblg, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Loeblg, Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, Mrs. Marie Daughan, all of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Welter of Corwlth and Mrs. John Huber of Buffalo Center drove to Lismore last week where they attended the funeral of their brother and relative, Frank LocbiR, 48. Frank Loebig was born October 10, 1888, at Iowa Falls, and died Sunday morning at 12:15 o'clock August 15, following i four months illness with chronic pulmonary trouble. Besides his wife, who Is a sister of Mrs. Ed Loeblg of Wesley, he leaves four children, namely, Colitta, Vera, Rufus and Earl. Maxine, a daughter, is deceased. He nlso leaves two brothers, John Loebig and Ed H. Loebig of Wesley and five sisters, Mrs. Rufus Welter of Corwlth, Mrs. John Huber of B'lf • falo Center, Mrs. J. E. Doll of Johnstown, Colorado, Mrs. B. Brockling of Independence and Mrs. Fred Dole of Eldora. Funeral services were held at Llsmore Wednesday morning a week ago with burial taking place there. Lutheran Festival Draws Big Crowd Whittemore: Among those who attended the Lutheran Orphan festival from here were the Alfred and Erwln Bruhn families, the Edwin Grelnert family of Fairvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Helen, Mrs. Emllie Slems, Esther and Erwin Stems, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mfc and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith, Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph nil of here and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algonn. A REAL BARGAIN—Every want ad In Thn tipped Deft Molnc*. with $,400 circulation, In picked up without extra- charge and parried In The Saturday Shopper, another 2,000 blanket circulation of Aljrnna and the rural routes. Why h« with less? TODAY OUH HEALTHY DIONNE QUINS *I*B" /9v< Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese of Lakota called at the Howard Jensen home last Thursday. 3-Year Success of Dionne Quins Settles Cereal Choice for Mothers! Listen to IMteMMyw'* tUndttgutm Emnr Mm* 4*1, 3t3O P. M. (C. S. T.) N. ft. C. Kmi NctMrtu • Vkn fMt n»Jitit» it lltt It Luk ifVilomim 8. QUAKER OATS To Our Booth in Floral Hall at the Kossuth Co. Fair Next Week See the new ALLADIN Floor and table model Lumps on Display at Our Booth We Will Have The Following on Display Sanico Goal Burning Parlor Furnaces Perfection Oil Burning Parlor Furnaces American Oil Burning Parlor Furnaces South Bend Ranges Monarch Ranges G-E Ice Boxes Dexter Washing Machines Our Booth T.s Located '• in Floral Hall to the right, of tin- east entrance Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware NEXT WEEK KOSSUTH COUNTY'S GREATEST 4 BIG DAYS Tuesday, Sept. 7 Frank R. Winkley's Suicide Club Two and one half hours of races, crashing through walls, deliberate suicide attempts. Big Time Vaudeville Acts The Three Valentines — Spillers Trained Seals Happy Harrison's Trained Animal Cirrus Captain Webb's 85 Foot Hi-Dive <yg« /yw*-w|/NMw.y, M .^A P ~~^Uw.~wifw*~^ Wednesday, Sept. 8th Grand Circuit Harness Races 2:14 Trot, i>:22 Pace; Kuiming Races. Vaudeville - Capt. Webb's Hi-Dive Baseball - 2 Games Whittcmore vs. Fenton, 1 P. M.; Titonka vs. Wesley, 2::H) P. M. Thursday, Sept. 9th Grand Circuit Harness Races 2 :22 Trot ; 2 :14 Pace ; Running Races VAUDEVILLE-CAPT. WEBB HI DIVE Baseball - Lotts Creek vs Bancroft Friday, Sept. 10th ;hampionship BASEBALL-LOTTS CREEK VS. BANCROFT VAUDEVILLE—CAPT. WEBB HI DIVE A Three Hour Thrill Program of Auto Racing Events At Algona Fairgrounds SEPTEMBER 6-7-8-9-10th Monday, Sept. 6, Entry Day Tuesday, Sept. 7, Children's Day Wednesday, Sept. 8, Farm Machinery Day Thursday, Sept. 9, i-H £ Livestock Day Friday, Sept. 10, Automobile Race Day 4 BIG NIGHTS Gertude Avery's Big Diamond Revue 40 Girls ^ Revolving Stage ^ Glittering Scenery ^ Presented Each Night at 8,p,m, After Band Concert Full Program, Also, Of Vaudeville Acts Each Evening, With Capt. Webb's 85 Foot High Dive. Crowley's Carnival Shows On The gest Midway In North Iowa - Bigger Than Ever Dancing Each Night. During the Fair on the (iroiinds LIVESTOCK Tlic Pride of Iowa on Dinilav at the Fair Knlarged Fair Industrial and Farm .Machinery Kxhibits Floral Hall Crammed With New Exhibits and Women's Entries 4-H Building, Live Stock Barns, Special Tents Full Of Interesting and Educational Exhibits and Entries Free Picnic, Parking Grounds For All

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