The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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UNION'S M.&D, BLUB HONORED BY FEDERATION UnlmiTwp.. Mar. S-Present and past members O f (he Union Moth- era and Daughters club were honored at a county federation meeting at the Presbyterian church, Algona, Tuesday. The Union women tat m a body and sang their club song, led by Mra . Marie node and accompanied by Mrs Clara Thompson at the piano The Union club \s the oldest rural club in the state. It was organized jn 1»06. with Kate Annis as Us first president. Mrs. Annis contributed the club Bong, which has opened most of the meetings through the year. Mrs. Presley Sarchet, who is a Past president, gave a short talk at the federation meeting. Mrs Jacob Wink?l and Mrs. Henry Tjaden also spoke. Mrs. Tjaden is the present president. The club once had a membership of 60. Now the yearbooks carry a list of 17 members in memoriam. The club has always been rated among the best and most progressive of its kind and has done much towards maintenance of beneficial social activities in the township. Surprise for H. 3. Bode — Relatives and friends surprised Harry Bode at his home in Plum Creek township Monday night in honor of his birthday anniversary. Four tables of 500 were in play, and high was won by Mrs. Herman Bode, Weeley, and Leslie Huff. Mr. Huff also won travel, and a lucky chair prize was won bv Mrs. John Lennerts, St. Joe. Mrs. Kmil Stoffel and Mr. Bode worn low. A bounteous lunch was served by Mrs. Dodo, who with lior family prepared the surprise. Wsolies Thirty Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence (Jisrh f-ilprnlned :>o friends Tuesday evening in honor of their P.oth wedding anniversary. Five tables of 500 \vere In play, and high was won by Mrs. George Kohl and <'larenrp Kramer, two travel prizes going to Camilla Gisch and Henry Zeimet respectively. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Henry 55el- met, Livermore; Mrs. Tlosie Nelson, f'nrwith, son Clarence: Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Bleser, AI- pona; Mr. and Mr*. David Green, St. cloud, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer, Union; Betty Reynolds find Jos. Llchter. Algona. The Glsches received many gifts, including pearl rosaries from the children. They were married 30 years ago Wednesday. Jfof/aspN In 0*t-ToRether— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflua were entertained Sunday at dinner «t Frank's brother Eugene's, near •Ottawa. Tb» men'* mother, lira. m»tfTFr««tt«, «ttf sister, 1ft*. Im- lu Elstpn, with the latter'a family. were also guests. The Eugene Ho- fluaes were married 16 years on the 22nd. The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 8,1938 Card Party at StoffcPs — Mr. nnd Mrs. Kmil Sioffel entertained at cards Friday evening, fmir table.* of 500 being in plav. High wan won by Mrs. Louis Iln<l<>. and Frank Hofiiis. travel by Aliro Will, nnd Mrs. Rudolph Will iind Mr. Stoffel were low. \(MvI)«c<ls Ollliiir Settled— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoovers xnt homo week-end from u honeymoon trip In Minnesota, and <ire now gettin« nettled at the Parental (!eo. W. Hoevers home. >lr*. HIKMITX Off for Vlnltn— Mr;«. On. W. Roevcrn left Sunday for Mason City, and from there took a streamlined "rocket" for points in Arizona end California where she was to visit sons. OTHER UNION NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gellenfeld end Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross were guests last week Thursday at Rudolph Will's, where Mr. and Mra. Herman Willrett were guests of honor. The latter couple moved March 1 to a new home near Britt. Guests at Walter Heerdt's and at Bolin's recently In honor of Mr«. Heerdt's birthday were a brother of Mr. Heerdt from near Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Mow Miller, Lu Verne, and relatives from Wln- nebago, Minn. Mary Giscb and her guest, Kathryn Antone, also a teacher at Pioneer, were over the week-end visitors at the Lawrence Gisch home. Miss Antone taught a few year ago at the Algona arademy. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. De Graw were dinner guests Sunday of their daughter. Mrs. Karl Taylor. Mr. De Graw is Ju«t getting out again after a sickness of some weeks. Frederick, son of Herman Willrett in the eighth gradt in No. 4. did not go to Britt with his family, hut remained to finish school. He Is at the grandparents! WlllreU home. Change of Farms In Seneca Area Seneca: Those In the Seneca community who were victimn of the first March moving and the families moving to the vacant places are as follows: The Sigurd Olsons to the Sam Olson farm and the Fred Hedins of near Cylinder to the Olsen farm; the Behrends Bros, to a farm south of Lone Rock, and the Waiter Smiths of near Gruettinger to the Behrends farm; the Robinson family to Manly and the Wm Dorsey family of Grant township to the Robinson farm; the LeRoy Swansoji family of Swea City to the Loren Byers farm. The Jack Hoecks at the L. C. Cast farm to near Plum Creek, and the Roy Bennett family, a hired hand at the L. C. Cast farm; The Ole Johanson family to a farm northwest of Swea City and the Anderson family of near Swea City to the Johanaon farm. The Clarence Saxton family to a term northwest of Swea City. and toe Lawrence Tishs to the Saxton farm. The a M. Orvicks moved to • (arm west of Ledyard. 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