The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1937
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WEDDING BELLS AT ST. JOE ON Amelia Erpelding to Marry Leo Frideres at St. Joe v« i° e: Bar| ns of marriage were f ° the first "me S,mday tch , urch for Amelia 8t dau « hter of Peter «n,r K° *•"«>««•. son of . and Mrs. John Frideres. The wedding will take place in St. Josephs Catholic church Sept. 28th. Barn Dance A large crowd attended the barn dance given in the new barn at the M. T. McGuires Monday evening Swannee and his orchestra of Al- Kona furnished the music. Editor's Note—Some time if somebody invites us to a good barn dance, we might attend. Plenty of F1»h Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter, Carol, returned home on Friday night from a ten-day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. They reported good luck. Treat* on Loser* Last Sunday the Thul threshing run was defeated by the Thilges and Thilges threshing crews. The refreshments were had at the Eugene home near Ottosen Tuesday evening, which were set up by the osers. That Stork Again! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer are the parents of a baby boy Friday, Sept. 10. The Kramers now have a family of three boys. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iot*&, Sept. 16,1937 Wesley Girl Bride Tuesday of St. Benedict Young Man Kresensky's donal star features m me Rollins Cross-Country Colors. . * KNIT TO EXACT SEE * FLEXIBLE FOOT Wesley Creamery Man To Ringsted Wesley: Ralph Flehler, who has been second man at the Farmers Co-Operatlve Creamery for the past Bve years has resigned his position here and has accepted a similar one In the creamery at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Flehler and daughter, Dorothy Jane*are expecting to move their household goods to and establish their new home at Ringsted about the 20th of this months. The family came to Wesley from Strawberry Point and have in the past five years made a hdst of local friends who regret their leaving our midst. Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding are the parents of a baby gtrl born Saturday, Sept 11. The infant was baptized Margerlte Rosalia. The sponsors were Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Henry Wolfe. The Erpeld- ings now have a family of three girls and two boys. At Cousin's Fnueral Rev. Father Theobald attended the funeral of A. H. Baumhover of Carroll Monday. Mr. Baumhover, state representative of Carroll county, was injured last Monday when a binder he was operating In a clover field at his farm ran over him. He was a cousin of Father Theobald. A Reding family reunion was held Sunday afternoon in the St. Joseph's Hall. Regina Lenertz is attending to the household duties at the Clarence Kramer home. Alvin Erpelding left Friday for Trinity College at Sioux City, where he will attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meyerhofer of Des Moines visited with relatives and friends here last week. Thomas Wagner underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital, Saturday. Genevieve Glsch of near Rich Point is attending to the household duties at the John Erpelding home. Clarence Wlltgen from Whttte- more spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wlltgen. John Reding, Jr., from Chicago, returned to his home Tuesday after spending several weeks at the Mike Reding home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding left for northern Minnesota last Thursday where Frank went for relief from hay fever. Mrs. Susan Berte and Lizzie re- j turned home Saturday from Denver, Colorado, where they spent several weeks at the Henry Berte home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilmes and family from St. Cloud, Minn., Mrs. Anton Wilmes from Bancroft spent the week end at the George Thul home. Nick Becker left Saturday evening via train from Algona to St. Mary's •5"* 1 "* 1 *. ;«» JBalttaow, Maryland, This la his flrst year of seminary work. Ann Seimer, Bernard Am dorferSpeak Vows; Wedding Dance Wesley: Miss Ann C. Seimer the youngest daughter of Mr a™ M rs eI r» r ° f Wes "*' be * "* of » °f Bernard A. Arndorfer or St Benedict in a very ^ . atten * I 0 "!*- The cou P e w«e attended by her sister, Leona, and Robert Wltte of St was ""-"'shed by ry at the »Wn. '«• Ma * e »nan, uncle of the of , Petersb «'-g, Iowa, read the 6 " ceren >ony in the pres . Following the ceremony the brl- ed toT/,?!!, d . R t V - Hwan reUr- ed to the bride's home where a wedding breakfast was served them. At noon a large three course din- SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Monday with their son, Leo, and family. Mrs. Bert Sanders, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield attended the funeral of Mrs. Axel Johnson at Wesley, Monday afternoon. W. J. Green spent the week end with Mrs. Green and the children. He Is employed or the Metz construction crew working near Storm Lake. Mrs. Sim fcemls and daughter, Delores spent from Thursday until Sunday night with relatives at Graettinger. Mr. Bern la went to Graettlnger Saturday evening and all came home Sunday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith spent Sunday at the M. O. Richards home where n family dinner was given in honor of Mr nnd Mrs. Fay Richards. Dana, 111' who came Saturday with Mr. Richards' mother, Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. who had spent three weeks with them and relatives at Princeton. III. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt took their granddaughter, Miss Nina Mae Wagner to her home at Bode, Saturday, for an over the week end visit with her parents, the Al Wag- Stack* of Grand Qlfto, Just Like ChriMniiM. Don't mln* them the mornings of Sept 27, 28, 29th In O\f New Call Theatre, warn* The Alirona Upper Dm Molne*. n vlst , e | D H bU(!Ue and Wisconsin f 0 visit re atlves and enjoy a wedding hirret home ^ey anr« », . nd frlends from « <«st- Mi« A "" ended the wedding of Miss Ann Seimer to Bernard Arn- fSS w U £ Sdtty mor "'ng were Mr H. Hageman of Petersburg, Iowa. . "aar wo prlz« In n,r nra, Horn,. Wenfcy Tiger, win Wedding Banns Read SMART FOR FALL IN You can have those popular MULTI-COLOR CROSS-STRAPS ... HIGH GORED PUMPS ... NEW SQUARE TOED STYLES... and OTHERS... in all the new Fall color$, Tafcej'our choice! Kresensky's SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES 327 ENROLLED AT ARMSTRONG Armstrong: 327 students are enrolled In the local high school. The senior high school has an enrollment of 115 students. Very few boys are found to be enrolled. The senior class has 26 students, 10 are boys; junior class has 27 students. 6 boys; sophomore class 30 students, 6 boys; freshman class 32 members, 17 boys. • The school has 16 teachers in charge, five of whom are new this year. Brandt ° f a ' Ster ' Mrs a a h,, harve ' ho a the church. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. R ye and H Ml " • M Ha"o,d Many Filling Silo* Many men in this vicinity are busy filling silos. Axel Erickson is filling silo at the Anton GuerdeU and C. J. Houseman is also filling his silo. attended the Minnesota sta S fair for several days last week. BoUig-Irmlter Banns The banns of matrimony were published for the first time in St I Mary's Catholic church between Miss lone K. Bolllg of Seneca and Henry Irmiter, Jr., of Ringated. Miss Bolllg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolllg of Seneca township and Mr. Irmiter is the.son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter, Sr., of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fretty are the parents of a girl born Friday Sept. 10th. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haisman visited Sunday afternoon at the H. M. Irmiter home. Miss Ivadell Carson went to Chicago to enter the Chicago Evangelistic Institute. Everett Erickson, son of E. E. Erickson, is in Minneapolis playing in a baseball tournament. Mrs. Bridget Blum and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter were guests at the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon. The Misses Anna Huff and Berneta Gaarde have both resumed their teaching duties in the Swea City school. The Misses Lorraine Clark Marguerite Floyd and Dorothy Bunday all enrolled Monday in Estherville junior college. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Theesfield are the proud parents of a baby girl born Labor Day, Monday, Sept 6. Mrs. Theeseld is the former Berneta Auvick. Harold Mitchell, accompanied by hii parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mitchell motored to Mason City Monday where Harold enrolled in a buaineaa college. '"w Ml«e» Ardeila Halvemon and Ruth Houseman both of Fair- moat, visited from Tuesday until Thursday of tab week at the parental C. J. Houseman and Carl Halverson home. Both girls l*ft on Thursday evening to attend the Minnesota state fair. ^"""* "*• up Wt*» » ud MM. t*. See Uiem both dale. ttw r~"H»lrlB mtcrtSu . Mr and Mrs. Frank Hoff and family of Tltonka were guests on Sunday at the home of their relatives, Mrs. Tillie Loebig and fam- Robert Diekmann celebrated his eleventh birthday Sunday and as an added Joy Invited In a group of boys and girls for a five o'clock wiener roast. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall of Dayton, Texas, is here visiting his brother, Rodney, and two sisters DeEtta and Leota Hall, and aunt' Miss Arabella McPherson. Philip Goetz left over the week end for Chicago where he will be employed. His brother, Lawrence has been In Chicago for some time having had employed there also. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Donovan are the parents of an eight pound baby grl born to them at the Irish hospital in Forest City Sunday morning. This is their first child. Ben Josephson and Miss Anna Johnson of Boone spent the week end at Wesley visiting relatives and attending the Harvest Home festival at the Congregational church. Mr. and Mrs. August Neuberger and members of their family were in and about Wesley this week renewing old acquaintances, the family having lived here and leaving in the year 1918. Miss Martha Haynes left Saturday night for Mason City, where she has accepted employment at the Isolation hospital. Most of the cases brought in thero are scarlet fever patients and the hospital is under city supervision. Mrs. Elizabeth Hanley of LaPeer, Michigan, arrived here last Friday for a three weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter. Mrs. ' Hanley is a registered nurse and Is employed at the Michigan Home and Training school in LaPeer. I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease and Burrell, Mrs. Susan Lease and Sterling Lease were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of Maurice StuUer near Corwith. Mr. Studer is being employed by the R. C. Bauer Implement company at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz, Father Fidelis Goett, Miss Hilda GoeU, «nd Mrs. Loretta Lloyd and Jerry drove to Charles City Thursday to visit at the George Hautpmaon home until Monday morning when they drove on to Waterloo to visit toe day at the home of Mrs. Albert Hotter and family. t&UltulUw SUPER-COACH between Chicago, Omaha, Sail Lake City, California ' Interstate Bin Depot, Hotel Algnna, 101 South ThorinRton Phonn 262 IN A SETTING OF AN ENTIRELY NEW AND DIFFERENT RIND OF PRESENTED BY The Algona Upper Des Moines AT THE New CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA DAYS Monday Tuesday Wednesday DATES Sept 27 Sept 28 Sept 29 DOORS OPEN AT 9; 30 a. m, PICTURE STARTS AT 10 a, Plan NOW to be there. THE MOST INTERESTING AND FASCINATING PRESENTATION OF COOKERY EVER DEVISED FOR THE HOMEMAKER. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE ALL AND HEAR ALL

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