The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1937 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 7, 1937
Page 3
Start Free Trial

na. Iowa, Oct. 7,HJ37 SWEA CITY GIRL . Haxel Ferguson Bride Armstrong Man at Setherville of Whittemore Girl Is Shower Gue*t Of 50 Relive* Whittemor*: About 80 relatives gathered at the Jake Hartmfth home at Jtodmftn Sunday .where they had a linen shower for Mi«s Bernadine Kenne, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Kenne. The bride-to- be received irtfiny beautiful gifts. Swea-Engle Twp.^ Miss Hazel Furgeson, daughter of Alton Furgeson ftrtd Harold Sampson, son of Mir. and Mrs. A. Sarnpson of Arm- strorig Were married Sunday morn- 1 ing at the Estherville Lutheran parsonage by the Lutheran minister and they left at once for Minneapolis, Where they will go to house- END ANNUAL MEETING OF WHTTTEMORE LUTHERAN . Miss Purgeson was born in this community. After finishing school she has kept house for her father. jMfr. Sampson has been employed as a farm hand until the past year when he has worked in a ski factory In Minneapolis. Omitted Last Week Fifty ladles attended a miscellaneous shower at the community hall last week Tuesday In honor of SMlss Hazel Furgeson. The afternoon was spent socially. The bride- to-be received many lovely gifts. lUulch was served. Shower hostesses were Mrs. Julius Rolph and daughter, Irene, Mrs. Francis Carlson, Mrs. Fred Butterfleld, Mrs. Lester Furgeson and Edna Furgeson. Mrs. A. Carlson and son of Wesley visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Carlson's daughter, Mrs. Henry Waubln. Ernest Erickson and daughters, Florence and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson and her two sons returned this week from a visit Mrs, Otto Jenson. Mrs. Emit Larson and Mrs. F. Tortne and baby visited Mrs. Claud Fangest of East Chain Wednesday. J. E. Harner attended the Cattle congress at Waterloo last week and visited his brothers, John and Will of Cedar Falls. Miss Rose and Jessie Heartsock of Goldflield visited from Sunday until Monday at the J. E. Harner' home. They were on their way home after a two weeks' trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota. Theodore Platt and Art E. Anderson and Fred McGregor drove to Artesian, S. D., last week Wednesday, where they purchased some calves. Mr. Anderson returned last week Friday. McGregor and Platt Tielted other places In South Dakota, and returned home Monday. Banns Are R*ad Banns of matrimony were announced at St Michael's Catholic church for Ellzflbetn Besch, the daughter of Mr. an'd Mrs. Theodbre Bfesch of here and Sylvester Thilges. son of Mr. arid Mrs. John Thilges of West Bend. 90 Y«.-But 8UU Spry Frank Eller of Boston, Mass., Will Eller of Lakeside, Mich., and Charles Eller of Chicago, are visit- Ing with their mother, Mrs. E. B. Eller. Mrs. Eller is 90 years old and feels very spry. Saturday,-Mrs. Eiler and her sons visited with Ltllle Lollls at Emmetahurg Andrew S. Elbert attended a harness makers' convention at Sioux City, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Maher of Barn- urn spent Sunday at the Curtis Sheidler home, Mr. and. Mrs. Archie Volgt were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Tleti home In Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kenne and Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kenne spent the week end at the Otto Harig home at Alton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Allg of Aurelia, Irene and Mary of here and Paul Dahlhauser visited at the Roy Graham home in Des Moines recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoisted of Des Moines, spent the week end with Mrs. Joseph Meurer and i,uclan. Mr. Holstad Is a nephew of Mrs. Meurer. Rev. Wessels, Burt, Wed 46 Years Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt and daughter, Wilma, of Rochford, were week end guests at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. On Sunday other guests at the Wessel home were Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Watts, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Watts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Watts and daughter, Betty and the George Wordens, all of Dows. The affair was in celebration of the 46th wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. Wessel and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Watts, John Ba&a Succeeded on Board By Frank Balgeman WM. JENTZ OF FENTON GUEST ON BIRTHDAY Fenton: Mrs. William Jentz eh- tertalned a group of relatives anc friends Sunday evening In honor of Mr. Jentz's birthday annivers ary. Five hundred was played a eight tables with Fred Jacob of Al gona winning the high score pri* and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld th consolation prize. Other guests were Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. TheesfleU and the Messrs and Mesdames Mark Simmons of Fairmont; Olaf Nor land, George Jentz, Walter Jentz, B. J. Frank, Chas. Newel, Walter Krause, Delbert Hanna, Fred Jentz, Amos Finnestad, W. V. Yager, A. J. Krause, G. B. Johnson and F. F. Mueller. Mr. Jentz was presented with a gift. Whittemore: St. Paul's Lutheran church held Its quarterly meet- ng in the Lutheran school hall, Junday afternoon. There are 109 voting members, 78 of whom were n attendance. Election of officers for the com- ng year was the Important part of the meeting. All were re-elected to their offices except John Baas, who was succeeded by Frank Balgeman as trustee. The other officers are as follows: Erwin Stems, president; Louis Braatz, vice president; H. W. Behnke, secretary; Werner Braatz, treasurer; Henry Kuecker, financial secretary; Henry Wlchtendahl, deacon; Fred Heinrich, school board; H. W. Behnke, P. L. Jessen and Arnold Gade, auditing committee; Wm. Hanover, Sr., Geo. Meyer and Wm. Gade, nominating committee; John Melne, William Roeber, Herman Maahs, G. W. Wehr- span and Herbert Zumach, financial committee. , Roland Bernau and Raymond Heller were taken into the church as new members. Hetnhard Zumach was given his release from St. Paul's Lutheran church here to St. John's congregation in Watertown, Wis. Rapids and Caroline Gerber of West Bend visited at the Harry Helmke home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Croafcrlsf of Claritice, Iowa, and WWretd CTM- grist o'f Austin, Minn., vlSfted at uie H. S. Dailey home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alrhart and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Savage attended the funeral of their uncle, W. H. Alrhart at Boone. Sunday. Mrs. Will Higgins, who spent the week end at Sioux City with her daughter, Mrs. Don Sylvester, and family, returned to her home here Monday. Mrs. J. M. Fleming left for Chicago Saturday to visit a few days with her daughters, Marguerite, Joan and Mary Corrine and with friends. Mary Elisabeth Elbert R. N., of Fort Dodge, returned to her home after having sr»mt a few days here with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Elbert and family. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice of here accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod of Emmetsburg to the Ledges State Park at Boone Sunday. ' Mrs. Alfred Semon, Mrs. M. W. Fandel of here and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kerker of Peorla, 111., visited with Father Edward Fandel at Remsen Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knecht and son, Arnold and Mrs. A. Derner spent several days last week with Mrs. Derner's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGovern. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell, Mrs. Nell Farrell, and Mrs. Mae McDonald attended the funeral of Mrs. Michael Barry at Marengo Monday. Louis Larsen Rolls Into 80 Portland: Louis Larsen, Burt, .was 80 years of age and oelebrnted his blrthdny Inst Knndny nt the home of his son, Martin Lnrsen. Children Very 111 The children of Mr. and Mrs. Or- nn Hudson have been ill tho past ten days with itcstinnl trouble nnd the younger child Vms been in n critical condition. Both arc improving nt this time. At Woman's Ouh Portlnnd women attending the county federation meeting hold at the Burt Methodist church recently included Mesdames Will Grover, Gnrnie Hood. Ivan Long. C. R. Sigsbee, Ted Ringsdorf. Joe Zanke, Ray McWhorter nnd Martin Becker and Mrs. Victor Applegnte. LoRoy Lee nnd Letha Mann visited Sunday nt the Gerald Braces. Mrs. Archie Burger, Biirt helped Mrs. E. O. Mann with canning last week. Lois Mann, rural teacher near Fort Dodge, spent the week end with her grandparents, the R. O. Manns. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson nnd children, Reneldn nnd Milo. from north of Run. called on l*tha Mann .Sunday. Mr. .''iid Mi-i. Cilbert Nelson, former Portland residents, now living: near Ringsted. were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larscn attended the funeral of a relative at West Pi'iid last Wednesday. Dr. nnd Mrs. H. L. McCorkle nnd children. Algnna, also Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert McCorkle. grandson. Donnld and Bobby Rae McCorkle were Sunday nfjernoon visitors nl the Rny McWhorter home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cloud Rlgsbeo and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and daughter of Algonn spent Sunday In Dccorah at the Rny Iscnberger home. Mrs. Isenbergcr is n sister of the Sigsbee men. Rrhlcks and their three will move to their house to mnke their home. To Move Back To Plum Creek Farm Plum Creek: The. Henry Schick. Jr.. family from near Corwith were Sunday visitors nt the A. Elschelds. The Sehlrks, who moved from this locality last spring will come bnck March 1st to live on the Henry Schick. Sr., farm. The elder Long's For FLOUR t Pillsbury White Castile Candle Light Qold Medal Omar Miss Minneapolis 'Occident Pick Your Brawl Long's SWEET POTATOES 10 11)S . 29c The Jersey Kind Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole and sons Jerry and John of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTlgue and family of Emmetsburg visited at the JohrvS. Cullen home Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Herman Maahs of here, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lou Jergens and son, Louts, left for Colorado, Monday, where they will spend a week or ten days with relatives. The Henry Utof family and Edna and Elaine Schultz of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, of Algona were Sunday dinner guests nt the Henry Schultz home. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Melne and the Will Lcininger family of here were Sunday dinner guests nt the Arthur Balmer home at Maple Hill. Others from around here who attended were: the Arnold Meine, L. Hackbarth and Gus Haack families nnd Frank Meine all of Letts Creek. Post Nuptial Shower Fnlrview-Corwllh: A post nuptinl shower, honoring Mrs. Calvin Will- lams was held on Snturday (it the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hllyard. A large number of friends were present and Mrs. Will- lame received a lovely assbrtment of useful gifts. tU*d The Want Ada—IV Pays Surprise. Party Mrs. E. K. Frank was taken by surprise Saturday afternoon when a group of ladles called at her home to celebrate her birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at four tables with Mrs. Dorothea Gerhardt winning the high score prize nnd Mrs. Truman Johnson, the low. Other guests were Mesdames Fred Bohn, E. K. Johnson, W. V. Yager, George, Walter and Fred Jentz. A. J. Krause, Everett Dreyer. Clarence Wegener, Amos Finnestad, Walter Krause and F.-F. Mueller. Mrs. Chas. Newel and Mrs. G. B. Johnson were hostesses. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wallace spent Sunday nt the Andy Wallace home in Buffalo Center. Mrs. Charles Glnus entertained at a quilting party Thursday nnd Friday afternoons. Lydin Meyers of Wavcrly spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Meyers. Orville Rosendahl and Forrest Rouse of Ayrshire spent Saturday nt the R. L. Padgett home. The (}. H. Farrell family of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the parental J. B. Hanson home. Mr. Wnd Mrs. Carl Gillinghnm left for Carroll Thursday where Mr. Gilllngham Is a mechanic in a garage. Wayne Alderson went to Jetfer- son, Sunday, where he will remain to pick corn for hl» uncle, Jay Woods. Mrs. Mike Bosch went to Mnson City Friday to visit her mother Mrs. Harvey Higley who is ill in i Shower for Bride A very large crowd attended the shower given at the academy hall Sunday afternoon for Miss Rosella Besch. Bridge and five hundred were played. Mrs. James B. Geelan won high for bridge and Mrs. G. S. Elbert high for five hundred. The bride-to-be received many beautiful gifts. 60 At Dinner About sixty relatives and friends were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Emanucl Ostrum home in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Bern- inghnus, who were married last April. Mrs, Berninghnus was formerly Hilda Ostrum. Besch Fractures Leg Mike Besch had the misfortune of fracturing n leg, Saturday, when the leg became caught between a wagon box nnd wheel. Henry Fox, Wife, Bancroft, Honored Bancroft: Forty relatives and neighbors surprised Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox on their 40th wedding anniversary, Sunday evening. Five hundred furnished the evening's entertainment. Mrs. Andy Fangman won the high prize for the ladies and Mrs. Bert Carr won low. J. H. Sheridan won high for the m«n and Henry Fox low. A delicious lunch was served and Mr. and Mrs. Fox were presented with an occasional chair. ARMSTRONG NEW3 We do our own Lens Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Some Coals Act Just Like Popcorn Miss Frances Hurley of Kolfe isited nt the John Cullen home •"riday evening. Edward Fuchscn went to Mnson City Sundny to consult nn enr spec- nlist nbout one of his cars. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Cowden of Wesslngton, S. D.. spent Fridny evc- ng nt the Mike Koppen home. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kcrkcr nnd Mary Ann of Peorin. 111., are visit- ng friends and relatives here this Wm. Meyer, Jr., Myrtle Barber and Herman Behnke visited at the Martin Meyer home ut Garner, Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs.Mames Crawford attended the funeral of John Work of Lake Creston, S. D., at Armstrong Saturday. * The Henry Lauck and Erwin and Waiter Struecker families visited at the Edgar Bauman home In Ring- stcd Friday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex Nolan of Sioux Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rupp of Belle Plnine, visited Sundny nt the Mrs. Frances DeBates home. Mrs. Frances DeBates nnd her daughter, Lethn, spent the week end visiting relatives in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hnttinger and daughter. Clarn. of Akron, Col., arc visiting nt the home of Mr. Hntting- er's cousin, Mrs. H. M. Irmiter. Harold Mitchell, n student at n business college in Mnson City, spent the week end nt the parental Wm. Mitchell home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lou Hnttinger nnd daughter. Clarn of Akron, Col,, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Irmiter visitci the Grotto of the Redemption nt West Bend recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hattinger anc daughter, Clara, of Akron, Col., nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Irmiter of Ring sted were Sunday dinner guests a the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. It Miss Irene Irmiter ot St. Pau returned there Thursday afternoo after spending «evenU day* here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. M. Irmiter and attending he brother's wedding. coal is inn- ecoiiumy when fold weather come.s alniitf. Inferior ( ' <);lls rost lt>ss at lil '' st< mit when you put tin-in in tin- furnace they flan- up aiul pop like popcorn, releasing and wasting all their volatile matter without actually generating wunntli. B1AIK fcJTAK coal is not like this. It is a iinc-, clean, tinn st.nictiuv coai which burns steadily and evenly under puessure. Because BLUK STAR gives more heat and lasts longer it is really more economical . . . and decidedly more comfortable. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona.Iowa hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt am son Forrest of Buffalo Center were entertained at the W. H. Wolfe home Sunday. Mr. nnd Mr.s. George Goctsch nnd Mr.s. Goetsch's brother, James Cory were entertained at the A. J. Ken nedy home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel am Mrs. Kate Newel of Hartley wen Sunday evening dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Resder am children of Palmer nnd Mr. ant Mrs. Alvin Zumach were entertain ed at the Harry Widdel home Sun day. Frances Uniley of Britt spent th week end here with her father Frank Bailey. Sunday, Mr. an Mrs. Henry Neuman of Algona vis itcd at the Bailey home. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Mueller an< daughter, Virginia Ruth nn Blanche Voigt returned home Sun day from a week's fishing out ins in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. John Light return ed Saturday from Iowa Falls whcr they visited since Tuesday wit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brooks and family. Dr. B. K. Bahnson took a little girl from Burt to the osteopalhic hospital in Kirksvillf. Mo,, Sumtay for treatment, Mrs. Bahnson uc- coinpanied them and they will be gone all week. William Su-vens of Kelly, nnd Curlton Stevens nf Strawberry I'liint. who spi-iit M-vcral days here with their pan-lit*. Mr. and Mr.s. (J. H. Steven.-;, n turned to their homes Monday. Mr. und Mrs. Frank Mi-Fall and daughter. Phyllis and Janet nnd Mr. and Mm. 'I'. N. Mi-Kail spent Sunday . with the Inttor's grandson, I'ailyle Shuttle-worth and family at Blue Earth. Minn. Mr, and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and children accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. O. II Geroiihin, autciud to HingstUid Friday evening, where they vi.sited at the G M. Miller and L. A. Peterson homes. Betty Ann. Joan and Dickie Mey ers spent Saturday and Sunday in Fenton with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, were on u short vacation. Mr. and Mrs Raymond Tielz en tertuiued Mr. TieU's father, Bd ward Tictz and son. Ortwin, Mr and Mrs. Archie Vaudl und son James of Whittemore und the Johi Gramenz family, at dinner Sunday F. H. Eigler and daughter, Murj Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohl wea drove to Boone Sunday to b present at the baptism of the Puu Eigler's daughter, Sharon Lee. Mrs. Kohlwes and Frank Eigler were the sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Qoetscb entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. und Mrs. William Brown and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly and family of Sweu City und Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and son, Roger und Mrs. Anna Osborn of this yluce. in New Weaves $$.50 Vuu'll impure tlu-ir trim, slim lines . . . dependable good, looks . . . crisp trims . . . and their low price. 'Paradise' Smart Shoes As only the makers of beautiful footwear can make them. Black or Brown. Gabardine in multi colors $6.85' In line black kid with built-in nivh. #7.50 'Vula, Black or Brown Gabardine with patent leather trim. £6.85 SPECIAL SHOWING of latest fur fashions Don't miss this gorgeous array of brand new True-Value fur coats—many of them just completed by Cownie fur craftsmen. Extra large stock, including wide range of furs, styles and price. Extra values, deserving your attention. Cownie factory representative here for this event. Thursday and Friday October 7th and 8th at Kresensky's E\ENT Fashions and Fabrics that say Kresensky's Value Alpacas, also line wools smart new styles in silk crepes, Kailcs. Satins, Alpacas, also tine wools and knits plenty of sixes at 8.00 2 for $15.00 Save on these Better Dresses lre~s maker t rii-U.- -jive t liem thai ex- i \,- look. Yon will that Imiton from neek to hem. >hir i-i-d waist, girdle.- in dull • •re pe.-, spun rayons and Vieed at 10.95

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free