The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1937
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LONE ROCK GIRL , WEDS WEDNESDAY Lucille Neteon, Maynard Kueck United at Fairmont, Minn. Nelson R ° Ck: Mf> and Mr8 ' William Nelson anounce the marriage o Jau * I J t t r ' Lucl " e - to M »° « Mr - 8nd Mrs ' He th« i,,f ast WednM <fcy at 2:30 at the Lutheran parsonage at Falr- The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 2,1937 News Items of Fenton Vicinity ., ' Zemke and Mrs., Bernard Jen * en . were their, attendants, bride Is a graduate of the Rock high school. The Lone i? at Shower «h^."' at . tended a miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon at the f. L,. Persons, in honor of Ruth . Hostesses wer e Mrs. John Swea City, Mrs. James Ny" ,"'. 5 e ? on> Mrs - Everett *• M. Orvlck and Rockers entertaining and tn- M " Prle «>es. Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Mr. and Mrs. Paul cHson toe Edw. Marlows, Burt ttaL the Mrs ' H " J - A follow-up meeting on the training school which was held at the Seneca consolidated school on Monday. Nov. is, was held at the home of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer Friday, Nov 28th. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 15 at the W. J. Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Huskamp and Mr. and Mrs. Hana Baago, all of ihis place, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson and Mrs. John Dempsey of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson of Ringsted went to McCallsburg Saturday to attend the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Julia Sharper, 68. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrisohilles attended a family gathering at the Henry Welner home near Lone Rock Sunday. The occasion was in honor of the Weinere' 37th wedding anniversary. Ronald Chrischllles, who spent a few days with his grandparents, the Welners; returned home with his parents. Bob Hantelman drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday and Brought horn his sister, Salina, a teacher at C»da Palls, and Mallnda, a teacher at AI Hson. They were accompanied t< Fenton by Jean Denker who is t student at the State Teachers col lege, who spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her grandparent* Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod of Rfngsted entertained at a family gathering at their home Sunday Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Chas Newel and family, Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod and son, Maurice and daughter, Ha- Eel, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, BIHIe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and son, Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mr. and tfrsT Shelby Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and son, Mr. ,nd Mrs. John Newel, Mr. and Mrs. . , . . Newel, all of Fenton and Mrs. Kate Newel of Hartley. ' " - «°n Algona; the Ralph Thomp- at Mrs. Anna Newbroughs *BM h t; A?' va Ewoldt and j" : s e Smith, Algona, at the Karl Ew- gl*'' ">« F«d Wegeners at the Louis Wegeners, Algona; the W: C Helters at the M. H. Helters, Liv., and Mrs. tt ; at ' MrsEliza Bancroft- famllv - BI «e Eliza Richards it also Richards' blrth- k... e » a Hurlbur ts. the Ralph £?" Frank Household~~i~^ —" """' Raymond Laabs family at the Ornie Behrends, Seneca; Ern* st . Krueger, daughter. Ruth. Burt and Vera Morris, Gowrle, at the £ nt j rl « sr Morris home : Mr. and Mrs R. F. Hawcott at the George Haw"?"*• ^urt: the Fred Dransfeldts at R. L. Dransfeldts; Mrs.. John Murray and Mrs. Jess Goosey, Burt and M rs . Wmiam Murray and gon William at the Charles Blerles; the D. T. Hobsons, Burt, at the Harry nobsons. Anniversary Dinner The Henry Schroeders, the Carl .j ...•-.;-• and Mrs - Glen Mino, and the Roy Chrischllles family Fenton, were Sunday guests of Mr. «? I *££?;_ H- A ; w 'en«r In honor of tnelr 37th wedding anniversary. Win Donbleheader The local high school basketball teams won a doubleheader from wnntewore last Tuesday night on th« local floor. The boy* won with . *«? core M to u > an(I the to 37. alter continuing to Des Molnes where he attends business college. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson drove o Amboy, Minn., last Wednesday. Irs. Nelson visited her sister, Mrs. Jess Hohenateln and Mr. Nelson ontlnued to Albert Lea on busl- ess. Mr. and Mrs. George Sears, Mrs. L. B. Hollister, Mrs. Fred Wegner, Mrs. W. C. Helter and Mrs. Clarence Householder were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. James Wadsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber, daughter Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Algona, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday. Dorothy remained. They also visited the Michael Elbert home, Algona. The A. H. Hannas, Mrs. Tillie Hanria, son, Everett and daughter, Myrtle visited Mrs. Sadie Schenck, Minneapolis, at the Lloyd Schencks Burt, Saturday evening. Mrs. Wm. Rath, Algona, spent Monday with Mrs. Tillie Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulatich accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pert! and daughter, Marie, Whittemore to Minneapolis Saturday. The Faulstichs visited Mr. and Mrs. Ross Johnson and Martha and Hilda Jaskulke. The Perils visited the Charles Perils. Marie remained and will enter a beauty culture school. The Leland Hantelmans, Fenton, were Sunday guests at the Mrs. Dora Laabs home, the occasion being In honor of her daughter, Mildred's birthday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dettman and Mr. Dettman's mother, Hutch- Inson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. WlUlam Reitter, Minneapolis, and Mrs. John Seegebarth. r and RUMM! D*ok*n, Chicago, Lester Dacken, Lisbon, and Verne Dacken, Iowa City, arrived at the parental Frank Dackens, on Saturday, being called home by the death of their grandfather, Jerry Helgens, Algona. Those from here attending the funeral Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz Mr and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and the Rudolph Peters family. The A. W. Hills, Algona, spent the week end at the Fred Drans- feldts. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, Fort Dodge visited at the George Pettits Sunday. The Robert Murrays, Spencer, spent the week end at the Charles BJerles. The P. M. Christensons were Sunday dinner guests of the Carl Paetz family, Sexton. The Rudolph Peter* family visited the Frank Tietz family, Al£ona on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and son, Donald, spent the week end at the C. E. Slgsbcefe, Burt Mrs. Jim Long and son, Roger, were Sunday dinner gueits at the Lawrence Newbroughs. GenJdlne Nielson and Donald Meade, Ringsted, were Sunday guests of Mr. und Mrs. Fred Rowe Mrs. LUUe Thompson, daughter Neva, Lcona Schultz and Mabel Howe spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Theo. Krueger, daughter EUma and •on, Harold were Sunday dinner guests of the Clarence Theesnelds, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Rtogsted, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Eugene Pearsons. The Mother's club meets next we«k Wednesday with Mrs. Calvin Householder, Mrs. Harry Hobson assisting. The Delbert GeiUenauers and Charles Hawks spent last Thursday evening at the John GeiUenauer'g, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich visited th« Wf. D. Haucks, Humboldt, and the F. L. Haucks family at Uv«r- more Sunday. Mrs. Frank Flaig. daughter Max- ln« and Doris Mae Bianchard visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Algona, Sunday afternoon Kra. R. F. Hawcott and Mrs. Martin Larson, Algona, drove to Wavtrty Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Christian Heinle. H. A. Bianchard, Frank Flaig, Arthur Priebe and Alton Pettit attended a conservation meeting at Algona U»t Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bianchard called Sunday at the William Fish home, Wnittemore. Mr. Fish, who ha* been seriously 111, died Monday. The 8, M. Orviclu had a* Sunday dinner guests, the Henry Kuecks, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck, the Welter Thompson* and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Hftrtan Uarlow, Dale Baring, Gerald Hutchimon and Bills Guest left Monday for Santa Marie, Col. Dale and &lii* will remain and the others are planning a month's atay. The L. J. McGtnni* family, of Reddlck, m;, *p«nt from Thursday until Sunday at the Hugh WaUtb homa, Lawraa** Walah returned witt them to B«4djclf fot » viatt. Donald Bonnett, Harold Krueger, »loyd Marab and Malnard Janta *—- tha West Bend Folks Back From Trip To Los Angeles Ji Kohltf and. Sunday from a two months visit in LOB Angoles. CallforaU, at the home of Mrs. Kohler's daughter and family. L. J. Kohler, Marie Dunn and Lizzie Wolfe drove to Fort Dodge to meet them. They made the trip by train. Quentin Kongsbach left Sunday evening for West Branch where he teaches music In the public schools. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lowman at Rodman. Harry Thatcher and Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg of Ruthven spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Thos. Clark and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wllderman of Bode, newlyweds, spent Sunday afternoon in West Bend at the homo of his mother, Mr*. L. J. Kohier. Richard Barber, who attends chool at Forest City and James Barber spent their vacation with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber. Harlan Gearhart, who attends chool in Indiana and works also, s spending a week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gearhart. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McGee and hildren of St. Paul. Minn., spent he Thanksgiving vacation at the home of Mrs. McGee's parents, Mr. and Mr*. B. F. McFarland. The Bay View club met Tuesday afternoon at the Mr*. John Day home. Mrs. C. C. Miller gave Reader's Dige»t, and Mrs. A. Gearhart "I Didn't Have the Nerve." Jerry Schutter and son, David, took his daughter, Gezlna, to Wesley, Sunday. She went early to attend the funeral of the coach of the Wesley school, who was killed in an auto ^cident. Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham left Tuesday for Auburn, Iowa, for a visit with relatives. On Friday they leave for San Pedro, California to visit their daughter, Mrs. Bernard Habeger. Mr. Habeger It in the United State* navy. Seneca Folks Take Thanksgiving Trips Seneca: Some of tha Thanksgiving guesU of the people from thia vicinity are a* follow*: The Clem Dotaoog with relative* in Illinois, Holger Petersen at the George Rockey home in Port Dodge, the Jack Hoecks at the Hike Heud- rickseos, the Ralph Campbell* at the Harvey Christiansen home in EUngated, Uui Fred Jensen* at the Leo Lampe home, the Frank Bayers of Swea City at the Jen* Petersen home, the Leslie Dentons at the Sheldon Merrill home, the Forrest Bassetts at the Dwight Fahnbams at Farnh&mviUe, the Supt Slagles at the I. Drew home near Depew. Frank Hanna wa* a dinner guest of the Glenn PauUcn* Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Tout 8t John and son* spent the past week end with relatives and friend* in EUdora. Mr. 6Jid Mrs. Harley Koeck spent the past week end at the Ehner Hoeck home in LeMar*. Eva Krucht returned to her home Wednesday from Cedar F«U* where she attended the flr»t term of college. We*J«y PatUCToa, studaut of Cedar Fall* Teacher*- Cpjll«»e, Teddy ot Lake, spent their Thanksgiving vacation at their respective hom M , tt. O. R. PatMTWM, th* J. H. Jen- and the F. W. Bassetts. Don't forget the lutefsk and lefse supper at the Seneca Norwegian church Tuesday evening, Dec. 7. Elwyn Godden Is making an indefinite visit with friends In Rapid City, S. D. Florence Looft left Monday for 2edar Falls where she will attend the State Teachers College. Florence was valedictorian of the graduating class of 1037. Mrs. Larsen and daughter of Maland Gladys Arne of South Good Mope Aid Plant Sale, llth Good If ope: Thirty members and guests of Good Hope Ladles Aid society met in the community room Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Noble Mitchell, Mrs. Lewis Lowman and Mrs. McCullough were hostesses as- sfsted by Mrs. E. W* Witham. Calendars for the new church roar were distributed and Important business transacted. A motion that each member should contribute one dollar to take the place of iirnlshlngs which were to be made o a recently cancelled dinner was adopted. .The annual bazaar is to be held at the Setchell Millinery store, Dec. 11. Dressed chickens, mked goods and home made candy will be for sale. There will also be a varied assortment of fancy work .nd practical hand-work. Sale of Robert and Roy Sarchetta and Olaf Romstads at the P. N. Sarchets, the Ed and William Broesders at the Rudolph Saathaffs, Mrs. Louis Hint*. Algona, at the Ed Hack- barths, the Will Schrama, Titonka, at the James Knolls, James Cruikshank and the John Dltsworths of Algona at the Arthur Jackmans, the John McNeils at the A. R. Cruikshanks, Algona, a group of 15 relatives at the Orvllle Gardners. The Henry Engstroms were dinner guests at the Arthur Bakers last Sunday. Word from Sheldon, reports Miss Phoebe Morgan as seriously ill and under orders for complete rest until after the holidays. She is suffer- ng from heart trouble following an attack Of acute indigestion. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth and son, Marvin, and Mrs. Louis Hlntz Mike Droessler, Bancroft, Moving ' To Greenville, la. Bacroft: The American Legion Auxiliary held n farewell party in honor of Rose Ann Droessler at the Clara Nemmers home Saturday evening. She was presented with gift from the unit. Bridge was played. »trs. Joe Fox won high and Mrs. Thomas Gavy second. Mrs. Van Bank won high in five hundred. The Mik e Droessler family are moving to Greenville xvhere they have purchased a general store and meat market. They will be missed very much both In Legion and Auxiliary work and socially. --_ ( VH . ..,«.. u .Tvin. uaic «i ">""» waivui, etna jvirs. ijouis lilntz he various Items will start at mid- of Algona drove to Grafton Iowa mornln &- 1170_miles,_ Tuesday for the funeral' School Program The school program at district To. 2, Wednesday evening of last reek was well received. A mixed rogram featuring Thanksgiving 'as creditably done. Particpating 'er e pupils Jean Scott, Robert and Monica Baker and Mrs. Melvin Dltsworth are visiting in Dakota :his week. — .....*..,, » ucoua.r lui me funeral < -., ., _. of Mrs. Hintz's aunt, Mrs. Shower ' and Mrs - Ambrose Kennedy ' were very P len santly surprised on Air ***« -— -_——^ M mm* nv \rt. KTVTUlill Dakota spent Friday at the Curtis Olson home. , -.lalne Engstrom, "Billy" and Prank enklnson, Clarice Rlebhoff, Stany Riedel and Bobby Steinman. Iva *arle Brayton of Burt, a friend of -he teacher, Natalie Mann, supple- ented the program with a vocal olo. Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving gatherings included the R. F. Hawcotts and Harold Stewards at the Geo. Hawcotts, the Lawrence, Leonard, C. L. and A. J. Dittmers at the Ed Dlttmers, the . , . Services were held that afternoon' were very P len santly surprised on The party returned In the evening' I Sund , ay evenin s. it being their 15th Mrs. R. ' nlm ' ve ™ ar y- Brld 8e was Louis Dudding and Mrs Mrs. R. F. Hawcott accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen of AI• — -»-• »am w ^.MttJ^H \fl t\l~ gona to Waverly last Friday to attend the funeral of a Mrs. Heine, mother-in-law of her niece, Mrs Verne Heine. The latter Is also a sister of Mrs. Jensen. The Jensens and Mrs. Hawcott returned Friday evening. Ottoaen Confirmation Ottosen: Confirmation was held In the Lutheran church Sunday. Those being confirmed were: Lois Jacobson, Loretta Reese, Marilyn Kinseth, Mardeli Movlck, Mavis Holt, Morris Satern and Raymond Rasmusen. n~~~' f •""•'-•"•e were high. Mrs. Thomas Gary won second. A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were presented with a coffee atble. Margaret and Mary Elaine Devine, Eileen Murray and Helen Droessler re- lurned lo St. Theresa's college at W!nona, Minn., Sunday. Fenton Open House Fenton: The Weisbrod Implement Company, localj dealers for John Deere farm machine-y, will sponsor their nnnua. traclor dav and open house on Thursday, Dec. 2, in Ihe school gymnasium. FOR SERVICE Send TOUR CLOTHES to the MODERN for LAUNDRY ' or DRY CLEANING Start, early to have things cleaned and laundered* before the holidays. Yon will want your wardrobe spie and span. Let us see that it is ready. Send us your eurt«ins and wash nigs. You'll want them fresh and elean. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 We Deliver SAVE THOSE DOLLARS INSULATEI ** For Maximum Fuel Savings Your Rock Wool Application Should Be: 1. Insta ed by a man versed in Construction Problems as well as Rock Wool Insulation application. . 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