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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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The Algona Upper DM MoinM, Algoms lotra, Jan. 4,1938 MM) LEONARD BAAS JUAMTA POTTER, WHTTTEMOREWE') < On Wedding trip Through Southern States at Present WhIUemore: Leonard Baas, son • of Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, and . Juantta Potter were married at the Eutheran parsonage last week Wednesday by the Rev. W. H. Dlscher in a single ring ceremony. Gall Potter, of Algona, sister of the bride was bridesmaid, and Arnold Ketleson attended the Bridegroom. The bride wore a Wally blue crepe dress with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of Talisman roses, the bridesmaid wore a black crepe • dress with black accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. an! Mrs. H. L. Potter of Algona, and a graduate of the Algona high school. Mr. Baas is well known in this community and attended the Lutheran parochial school. After the ceremony the young couple left for a month's wedding trip through the southern states. They planned to attend the Cotton Bowl football game. They will be at home on their .farm near West 'Bend February 1st Bank Improvements Made Whittemore has always been rated a* one of the best towns of Its slz<3 in the northwest Iowa and the community Is proud of Its schools and bank. The bank Is burglar-proof and a new floor was completed last week of sand battleship material, a "heavy three-eights Inch composition. The bank went through all of the hard times and depression because of sound management. News Items ofBurt Vicinity Many Honw for Holidays Among those who spent the holidays with their respective parents are Tommy Farrell of Trinity College at Sioux City at the Frank Farrells; Elaine Gengler of Des Moines at the Geo. Genglers; lola Barber of Mason City, at the Elmo Barbers; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and sons, James, Edward and David of Garner at the William Meyers; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Mrs. Emllle Heldenwlth of Algona, at the Art Hetdenwlths; Rosella Voigt of Algona, at the Herman Volgts; Mr. and Mm. Herbert Potrats and son, Edward of Good Hope at the H. F. Schultu; "Robert Finnell, Jr., of Ames at the R. H. Finnells; Ed Mallory of Des Molnes, at the Maurice Mallory*. The Roy Oliver family of LeMars spent the holidays at the W. T. Oliver home. Mr. and Mrs. George Urich of •Garner called on the former's broth- «r*s Paul Urich, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelln of Xason City spent Sunday at their daughter's home, Mrs. Raymond •Oliver. of bar daughter, Mrs. Don Syl-v**Ur. Marguerite Fleming, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Chl- ^cago, is spending the holidays with 'her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fleming of Ma- aon City, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. William Longstreet of Decorah spent the holidays with Mrs. Longstreet's mother, Mr*. Fred Lehman. The Fred Heinrtch family drove to Fairmont, Saturday to visit Mrs. Lemke, Mrs. Heinrich's mother. They returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and daughters, Betty and Clarice of Blue Earth, were Sunday visltora •with the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and daughter, Helen, drove to Eldora Sunday to visit the tatter's brother *>nd mother, John Nissen and Mrs. Louisa Nissen. Mrs. John Sebers. son Clarence and daughter, lona, and Maybelle of Garner and Mrs. Ralph Wench- mann and son, John of Aurora, HI., were Sunday afternoon callars at the Art Heldenwlths to visit the Ralph Sebers. Among Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Laucks were the Walter Struecker and Erwin Struecker families and Fred Struecker and Werner Struecker, a friend and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and sons of Garner. Among those visiting the C. L Cavanaughs recently were the Eugene Cavanaugh family of Des Moinea, here Saturday and Mr. ant Mrs. Bernard Steinly and son Bobby of Minneapolis, Monday. Mi Steinly is a brother of Mrs. Cavanaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Cavanaugh visited relatives in Fort Dodge Sunday. Among relatives of Mr. and Mrs John Cullen, who spent Christmas with them were Eddie Cullen of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTigue and children of Emmetsburg, the 8. G. Cole family of Cedar Falls juid Sunday visitors at the Cullens were Mrs. Mary Foley and family and the Pete Mulrany family of Mallard. The Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. H. E. Rachut, with Mrs. R. H. Thompson as assisting hostess. The program included a round table, "Budgeting Today's Income for Tomorrow's Safety," led by Mrs. J. W. Dorrance and a book study, "If .1 Have Four Apples" by Josephine Lawrence given by Mrs. M. M. Chlpman. The G. E. Braces, H. A. Salisbury*, Let&a Mann and LeRoy Lee were New Tear's eve guests at the Wayne Mann home. The Roy Rlngsdorfs and Gordon Hansens, Titonka, spent New Years day with Mrs. Rlngsdorfs and Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry McElroy at Eagle drove. R. A. Blelchs Entertain Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blelch entertained New Year's eve at a five hundred party at which the fo'low- Ing were guestst the Messrs and Mesdames George Koestler, E. C. Schwletert, P. W. Kollasch, H. E. Rachut, Julius Baas, G. W. Bleich, Carl Reynolds and Mrs. Bertha Koestler. The Birthday circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Belle Reynolds. The Fortnightly club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. O. H. Graham. The W. E. and G. E. Braces spent ow Year's day at the S. E. Straley ome In Fenton. BUI Glldner, Mason City, was a 'eek end visitor at the Dr. 3. G. 'lapsaddle home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. DIttmer were Tew Year's dinner guests at the t. A. Salisbury home. Mrs. Johanna Dettman Is spend- ng a couple of weeks at the Frank Wtz^home at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith spent 'riday evening at the home of Miss rucla Wallace In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Blanck en- ertalned a group of friends at a "Sew Year's watch night party. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck were upper guests last Tuesday eve- ing at the F. L. Ryerson home. Einer Morness and Helen Wade eft last Monday after spending a ew days at the N. I. Morness home. Roberta and Vernon Schmidt, of Bode, spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul toore. Vera Chipmafl, who Is employed n Mason City, visited from Friday o Sunday with her father, E- O. Chlpman. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Donnell and Evelyn Bierstedt attended the .rone Rock high school alumni ban- iuet last Wednesday evening. Titonka Editor Now Home from Hospita The many friends of Editor Lee Wolfe of The Titonka Topic an glad to know that he is again a home, after spending several weeks In the Veteran's hospital at Dts Moines. Lee U much improved and Is able to be around the house again after spending some time in a whee chair before going to the Dei Moines hospital. Editor Wolfe ii one of the well known and popula newspapermen of northern Iowa and has friends all over the state from acquaintances made durln, his service as a member of the leg islature from Kossuth county. I is hoped that ha will soon again b in the harness. ' Fenton Surprise Fenton: Mrs, O. B. Johnson was happily surprised Monday afternoon wh«a a group of friends called on bar to celebrate her birthday an niversary. Bridge was played ai tour Ubtos, Mr*. Amo* FtoaesUi receiving Uw high «cor« priw an Mrs. Walter J«nU wa» given UM drawpii**. Mr. and Mr*. Myron Chipman, who were married at Ames Christ* mas day, spent Tuesday with Myron's parent*, Mr. and Mr». C. B. Chlpman. Elbert Sewlck returned home ton Thursday after a few days' visit with his brother, Harry at Ireton and with relatives at LeMars arf3 Rock Valley. Mr. and Mrs. S. 3. Fardal, Adel, were Monday evening dinner guests at the J. T. Hear.ey home. Mr. Fardel formerly taught music hi the Burt school. The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will meet at the cHurch Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mrs. M. M. Chlpman and Mrs. Roy Clark are hostesses. Helen Graham spent a few days last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Aug. Strom In Algona. THo Jay Grahams also spent New Year's day at the Strom home. The Rev. Edward Fandel, Remsen, Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mrs. Alfred Semon, Mrs. Clyde .Alrhnrt, Whittemore and Art Kelly, Emmetsburg, spent Wednesday afternoon at the Art Fandel home. The Leonard Dragers, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Emll Leek were New Years dinner guests at the Ralph Steward home. On last week Tuesday evening the Leeks and the Ralph Stewards and Ben Wlbbers, Algona, were at the Drager home helping Mr. Drager celebrate his birthday. The F. L. Ryersons spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ryerson's father, LeRoy McWhorter In Algona. The Ward McWhorters, who have been visiting here from Arkansas, were also guests. Lulu Hawcott and Sellna Clifton accompanied them to Algona and visited the W. E. Hawcotts. Mrs. W. W. Peters and sona, Billy and John, Detroit, Michigan, arrived last week Tuesday for a week or two visit at the W. A. Peters home. Mary Peters, who Is a teacher at Elgin, 111., spent the Christmas vacation at home and returned to Elgin Friday evening. • The Lyle Johnson and Joe Beitzs returned to their home at Lake Crystal, Minn., last week Monday after spending a few days with Burt relatives. The Johnsons, with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neltzel and the Beltza with Mrs. August Belt! and L. R. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott had the following New Tear's dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott. Algona, the Will Raths, the G. P. Hawcotts, Mrs. Bertha Wallace, the Harold Stewards, Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott and the James and Harris Wads worths, of Lone Rock. 2 SWEA CITY GIRLS ARE BRIDES IN PRE-NEW YEAR CEREMONIES THOMAN SISTERS SPEND HOLIDAYS WITHHOMEFOLK3 Visit Parents, Joe Thn- mans in Oarfleld, Over 'Christmas West Bend: Misses Edna and Lydla Thoman came Friday evening from Des Molnes, to spend Christman with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thoman of Garfleld township. Edna Is employed by the Orchard-Wllhelm Furniture Co. and Lydla Is attending A. I. B. in Des Moines. They came to Fort Dodgo on the bus and their parents met them there. Leaves for Winter Mrs. Ida Williams left last Wednesday for Cedar Falls, to spend the winter months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grace Crls- man. She accompanied her nephew, Walter Williams, of Fort Dodge to that place, where she took the train to Cedar Falls. Quentln Kongsbach spent his holiday vacation here, returning to his teaching duties at West Branch recently. Miss Flossie Stagman, who is :i teacher at Ottumwa, spent her vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. F. Stagman. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shellmeyer and family of Algona spent Christ- maf at the Misses Nellie and Jennie Shellmeyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Clark had as their Christmas Day guests, Mrs. Clark's brother, Harry Thatcher and sister, Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg of Ruthven. Philo Falb of Melbourne spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Fanney Falb at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Lockwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker and children spent Christmas day at a family reunion at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lawman at Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cleal and Betty Jane, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. end Mrs. A. D. Cleal. Mr. and Mrs. George Emerson had as their Christmas day guests, their daughter, Mrs. George Foley and family of Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and Mrs. Eliz abeth Foley of this place. Misses Clara and Marlam Banwart, Anna Bennlnger and Marie Metzger of Elgin, III., spent the Christmas week end at the home ol their parents, here. They are all employed In a watch factory there. near Crystal Lake. The families were former neighbors at Humeston, Iowa. Mrs. Sarah Wise entertained Kt dinner Sunday, Dec. 26th, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Wetland and Edna May Fitch, Brltt, and Lyle Fitch, Lament, Iowa, spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs, Rosa Fitch. Edna May remained to spend the week with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained at Christmas dinner Saturday noon. Guests we're their .ion. Lloyd and family of Mapleton, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgi.i of Webb and the Leo Steveri family of Fenton. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Drusilla Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hammond were dinner guests on Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. Ch&rles Station, Brltt. Mrs. StriU- lon Is a d9U(t','.*er pf Mrs. Wise. Four Corner News School Program The patrons of Union district No. 7 school held their Xmas dinner at the school house last week Wednesday with 34 present A parent-teacher meeting was title! following the dinner and gifts were exchanged. The children were treateS to candy. A wedding present was given the teacher, Mrs. George Harris of Algona by the patrons. Mrs. Harris was married Nov. 24. The patrons of Lotts Creek district No. 7 held their Xmas dinner on Thursday of last week. The teacher is Mrs. Verla Lowman. Xmas Comings and Goings The Arch Walkers, Cecil BJust- loms, Orville Holdrens, John Stains, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, and the Lewis Broesders, Mr. and Mis. John Wilson and sons, Cor- wi.i and Vincent, daughters, Avis and Elaine and Merlin Hansen, Dorothy Jennings and Hex Swanson, all of Whittemore; Mrs. Edith Rich and son, Earl were guests of the Ecward Rich fami!/ for Christ- Aljelt Myers and Lurhl Fesslers of near Rlngsted and the Louis Lowmans, Jr., and the Arthur Alexanders, Algona. The Nickersons plan to move to Algona New Years day and the Arthur Alexanders will move to the Nlckerson farm. Evangelical Church At LuVerne Elect* Officers for 1938 LuVerne: The annual dinner of members and friends of the Evangelical church was held at the Community Hall Wednesday noon. Following the dinner, election of officers for the church and Sunday School took place. In the absence of the pastor, the Rev. E. R. Walter who was ill, Esther Merkle presided. Henry Marty was re-elected trustee, Florence Hof is to be superintendent of the Sunday School, with Esther Merltle as assistant. Elmer Merkle will be secretary nnd Fred Merkle treasurer. The afternoon was spent socially. Mas. The Wm. Draytons Husbands Arc Guests The husbands of members of the J. J. club were guests at a 7 o'clock dinner and evening of bridge at the community hall Thursday evening. The guests, 32 in number, were seated at one long table, for tho dinner. Carl Goetsch won high score for bridge and Mrs. Cecil Williams and Paul Phillips wer,* awarded prizes for having the scores nearest the number 1938. The party was planned by the following committee, Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, Mrs. H H. Lichty, Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Mrs. John Jackson and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner. The Milton Worbys spent New Year's with relatives at Fort Dodge. Sam Hanson, Story City, visited with Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, last week. Mrs. Sue Rollins who has been with her sister, Mrs. Jennie Levler, returned to her home at Rock Island last week. Mr. and Mrs. Klawitter spent part of last week with her brothers at Churdan and her grandmother, who is 91 years old. Erna and Lorraine Eustace, of Clear Lake, spent last week with guests were Miss Alvlna Stuessy, of Dayton, Ohio, Donald Steussy and Oscar Maer, Fergus Falls, Minn. 12 Get Tickets In Traffic Drive In the new campaign of the city government to prevent all-night parking on Algona residential streets, and also to stop parking on the wrong side of the street, by heading car* at the curb against traffic, 12 tickets were handed out here Tuesday night, as the drive opened. Mayor Carl F. Specht was hearing the cases yesterday, and assessing fines of $1 apiece against the holders of tickets. The mayor added that the drive is being conducted to enable plows to completely clear the streets after a snowfall Without having parked cars In the way, and also to prevent possible accldettts hy having cars parked on the WTOttff side of the street. Bernice Kelly Wed to Rev. Bronleewe Swea City: The holiday season b* chosen as the date for two weddings of Interest to Swea City- anE. On Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 19th, at four o'cloj.t. the marriage of Bernice Kelly to Clyde Sanders ^vk place at the Baptist, parsonagti heit Rev. R. P. Bronleewe por- 'orm<-d the ceremony in if.e presence of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanders, brother and sister-in-law of th» groom. She Is the youngest daugh- er of Mr .and Mrs. J. E. Kelly, >romlnent Harrison township farmers, and since graduation from the ocal high school tn 1924, she has >een employed as a clerk in several Swea City stores. Armstrong Homes Bid Adieu to Host Of Holiday Visitors Armstrong: A large number of college students spent a two weeks' vacation at their homes here; and returned to their schools this week end: Je«se Burkhead from Luther College at Northfleld, Minn., at 'the parental J. V. Burkheads; Leo Fitzgibbons from the University of Iowa at Iowa City at the D. A. Fitzgibbons home; John Camden from the University of Iowa at the E. S. Camden home; Robert Fitzglbbons from Creighton University at Om- uhu, at the D. A. Fitzgibbons home: Urace and Earl Gaarde from Battle Creek, Mich., to the P. A. Gaarde home; James Knipe from the University of Iowa at the J. B. Knipe home; Clara Smith from Wurgter, Ohio, College at the C. I. Smith home; Dorothy Bunday, Lorraine Clark and Marguerite from Estherville Junior college at the parental Robert Bunday, Bert Clark and Wm. Floyd homes; Ivadell Carson and Mildred Cronk from the Evangelistic Institute at Chicago at the Chan. Cronk and Wm. Carson homes; Mae WeU from the Mankato, Minn., beauty school at the John WeU home; Earl Houseman from the University of South Dakota, at Vermillion, at the C. J. Houseman home. Howard Ortmeyer from Cornell, Me. Vernon, visited at the W. A Ortmeyer home; Nellie and Mary Gurdet and Lorraine Johnson from the Makato Business college at the Joe Johnson and Anton Gurdet homes; Haiold Mitchell from the Mason City business college at the Wm. Mitchell borne. The groom is the youngest vm of John Banders' and has bean local &^^MV^OTHJM home after January i. The Des Molnes Register for Dec. 30 carried the announcement of the marriage of Norma Gall Weaver of Linn Grove to Archie Arie Kuyper of West Bend. Miss Weaver la the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver and her father was pastor of the M. E. church here about five years ago. He has also held pai- torates at Fenton and other nearby towns. Gall was graduated from Swea City high school in 1929, and later from the two-year teacher training course at Waldorf college, Forest City, where she was prominent in debate and dramatics. She taught In Blencoe and Rodman before taking her present position at Linn Grove. Swea City friends extend best wishes and congratulations to the couple. Holiday News of Families at Sexton Arthur BtiMbor Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were dinner guests of Mrs. A D. Richards, Algona, Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Johnson and children. Gllmore City, were Chria:- mas guests of the W. C. Taylor family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick, Algona took Christmas dinner with Mrs. Hedrick'a parents, Mr. tnd Mrs Otto Neuman Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Christmas day at LuVerne, where a family dinner was held at the home of Grandma Voss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring entertained Mrs. Ncahrlng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave of Brltt at Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor spent Sunday at the Robert Hart home the Herman Llndemanr, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich and son, George, and O'er. Sabln of Algnna, M.. and Mrs. Walter Rich, daughter Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wa.d and the Ethan Light family of near Brlcc- lyn, Minn. The George Lees, Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Johnson, Algona, and Mrs. I yle Johnson and family, Algona, were Christmas day gucifs of Mr. and Mrs. John Rich. The Kthan Light family spent Sunday with the Rich family, also Mrs. Rich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson of Algona. Entertain 5 Daughters The J. P. Nlckersons entertained their families at Christmas dinner: the Fern Hullngs of near Brltt, the their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. entertained | Fred Schneider. Max Block returned home Saturday from a week's visit with his mother and sisters In Geneseo, II!., and brothers at Galesburg, 111., nnd Bettendorf, Iowa. Mrs. John Jackson entertained a number of young people Wednesday evening complimentary to her guest, Gertrude Klrby of Emmetsburg. Bridge was played at four tables. Jacqueline Conoway and Edward Llndebak won high score prizes. ' Last week Tuesday was Mrs. Rosa Steussy's birthday and to honor the day her children and grandchildren spent the evening with her. A Swiss lunch was served by her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Hanselman, I during the evening. Out of town ' Perfect Rrob Shoes 't •* AAAA toE Of Suede, Combination leather! all wanted I colon!... MUa Betty Camden of Minneapolis spent Christmas at the parental E. S. Camden home. Miss Ardella Halverson of Fairmont and Curtis Halverson of Blue Earth, spent Christmas at the parental Carl Halverson home. The Mistas Oma Huff and Beirut* Gaarde spent the holidays at the parental James Huff and P. A. Gaarde homes. They both are school teachers at Swea City. Miss Irsne Inuiter of St. Paul, spent a few day* at the parental H. M. Irmlter horn*. She was accompanied to St. Paul Monday morning by her mother who will spend a week with her. 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