The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1938
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Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1938 IER PASTORS VISffAT SWEA Week End News of ling No. West Kossuth Town City: Two former Swea s, both of whom are now ministers, stopped In town rlef visit on their way home he Northern Baptist conven- Milwaukee. Rev. Rowland port, now holding u pastorate jtte, Montana, had not been bince 1924, when he left to his study for the ministry, i him last Tuesday were Rev. Swanson and hla wife of |one, Minn. Mrs. Swanson is former Swea City girl and lisband lived in the Pilot Grove (unity north of town. Elevator Meeting, llth Farmers Co-Operatlve Ele- Company will hold Its an| meeting at the Legion hall, day night, June 11. Three dlr- wlll be elected. Pbpples Net 165 ceeds of the poppy sale by Ir American Legion Auxiliary last week Saturday amounted S. Half of this amount is re- fed for welfare projects of the unit. Has Tooth Infection me Larson, teacher In district e, Swea township, went to Rochr Monday to seek medical ad- at the Mayo clinic. June bee painfully 111 following the ex- Ictlon of an Infected tooth last |ek Friday. Mrs. Harry Ldnde panted her to Rochester. Randolph Johnson of Arm- g spent last Thursday after- wlth her aunt, Mra. Walter Mth. hlldren's Day exercises will be |d at the M. E. church Sunday, ne 12. The church picnic is keduled for June, lie Citizens' Service oil station been taken over by Dan Peter- of Rod Oak, who will move his bily here next month, ir. and Mrs. August X. Peterson Wned last Thursday from Des |nes where Mr. Peterson had ergone a minor operation. W. Fults, Jr., will attend sum- school at the State University summer. He has completed years toward the seven year e in law. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender |e to Iowa City Sunday to at- the graduation exercises, r son, Roy, Jr., received his ee In commerce. fm. Christensen, janitor of the pa City school, was brought he last Thursday from the Buf- Center hospital, where he had pergone an operation for hernia • previous week. |t last Friday evening. A good ird attended. Proceeds of the Ir went to the class. |e Bethlehem Lutheran church catechlsatlon services Friday ing, preparatory to the con- ktion exercises on Sunday fing. Rev. R. W. Boade con- ict*d the examination of the class Frances Hendrickson and R. Weisbrod Wed June 1 Fenton: St John's Lutheran church, Rlngsted, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday, June 1, when Frances Hendricksen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hendrickson, became the bride of Ralph Weisbrod of Lone Rock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod of Fenton. The Rev. C. S. Klothe performed the single ring ceremony at two p. m. in the presence of a large group of relatives and friends. The bride looked beautiful in a floor-length white lace over satin gown, with a draped train. Jims Weisbrod, sister of the bridegroom, vcted as maid of honor. Mr. Weis- ivod was attended by Harvey Hend- rirksen, Ringsted, cousin of the ride. Un Ted Wallentine, Irene Lunel- Olat and Emma Nelson are teach if daily vacation Bible school at Je Immanuel Lutheran church. tot 'school will close June 10, after ID weeks' session. The Baptist Dl began Monday with Rev. R Jronleewe in charge. and Mrs. Walter McCrary nby daughter of Buffalo Cen- irlll spend the summer months his mother, Mrs. Jennie They will return to Buf- nter when school begins next |when Walter will resume his ion as commercial instructor high school there. WESLEY NEWS 'Ie Studer, second son of Mr. frs. J. L. Studer, submitted to operation for appendicitis al General hospital In Algona on 1. if m her s of the Lawrence Win- family will drive to Mankato ttend the graduation exercises heir daughter, Rita, to be held Sunday. Miss Wingert wil the Ben Schrauth school next |rs. H. H. Raney entertained [members of her bridge club on Mrs. Emit Mra. H. J lirsday afternoon!. Bter was a gueat. iey won travel prize. The club j discontinue meetings during fsummer months. .w, R. C. Bailer entertained the nbers of her bridge club at her with Mrs Pfeffer won- high prize an< Alfred Erdman won aecom „ pri*e. Mrs. Geo. Aldrlch wll ertain the club next Thursday. ne Thuraday afternoon a. Victor Loebig as gueat. bridegroom, and LeRoy Hendricksen, cousin of the bride, acted as ushers. Miss Bertha Gaarde at the organ, accompanied by Miss Emma Gaarde on the violin, played the wedding march and "Oh Promise Me." The church was decorated with spring flowers. After the ceremony a two course luncheon was served In the church parlors. Mrs. Weisbrod is a graduate of the Ringsted high school and is a talented musician. Mr. Weisbrod is a graduate of the Fenton high school and since spring has been employed Fred Flalg of Lone Rock in the implement business, where the couple will make their home. Harold Weisbrod, brother of the Out of town guests at the recep- | tlon and wedding were the bridegroom's family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, June and Harold, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ludeke, Mea- ervey; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ludeke, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schoenwetter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlichting and Mr. and Mrs. William, all of Garner; Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, Ayrshire; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod, Whlttemore; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Anderson, Springfield, Minn.; LeRoy Hentickson of Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Gaarde and daughters, Bertha and Emma, Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson and Phyllis, all of Esthervllle; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fink of Uraettinger; Clifford Hendrickson and Helen Beck, Armstrong; Mr., and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weisbrod, Rev. and Mrs. j. G. Waterman, Dale WeisbroXi, Marjorie Voigt, all of Fenton. The couple left Wednesday evening on a short wedding trip. Mrs. Fred Merkle Takes Over Club Lead at LuVerne LuVerne: The Tuesday club held ts annual picnic at the home of Hiss Anna Woito last week, with 4 members present. At the business session, Hulda Fritzemeir, who has been president for several years, iresented the club gavel to Mrs. 'red Merkle, the new president. Mrs. Wm. Ellis, Mrs,. L. F. Smith and Ruby Godfrey were members of the committee for the afternoon. The Progressive Women's club was o have held a picnic Friday, but t was postponed because of the weather. PLANT CORN AT WESLEY ON TWO 12-HOUR SHIFTS Work Day, Night to Make Up for Last Time in Rain Wesley: At the Emmet PaeW farm corn was being planted last week In an unusual manner. Cyril Venteicher planted with tractor and planter from seven in the morning until seven at night. Emmet's son- in-law, Lambert Venteicher, \vould then run the outfit through the night until seven in the morning. In this way they planted 150 acres Supt and Mrs. A. C. Evans left Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives at Central City and Decorah. John Ramus has purchased the Godfrey property from C. C. Anderson recently purchased by Mr. And- sern from Mrs. Godfrey. P. H. Russell, Clark, S. D., arrived Wednesday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Myra Peitzke. This is its first visit here in more than 18 years. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman ind Norma Jean are visiting the Jeorge Furstenaus in Geneseo, 111. Mrs. Furstenau is the former Edna -Tanselman. J. J. Wadleigh went to Hersch- ner, III., to spend the week end with his mother and a sister. Mrs. Wad- elgh's brother, Lewis Helenlak, and wife, St. Paul, were week end guests it the Wadleighs. Mrs. Floyd Lowmlller will bo honored at a miscellaneous shower at the John Olson home Tuesday afternoon, the hostesses being her sisters, Mrs. Reuben Wiuff and Mrs. Cecil Segar. Mrs. Lowmlller was a May bride. Plans are being made for a union vacation church school to be held for two weeks beginning June 6th. it Is being.sponsored by leaders in the Methodist, Presbyterian and Evangelical churches and different departments will meet in the three churches. Mw. bytn Chapman and Robert W(|-inidMdaV «i AmM atfd I>*i Moines witli Frances and Martha Kabele from Ooldfleld at Ames They attended the Honor Day convocation at which' Wm. Chapman was among the high three percent students. There were 151 in the student body who were, honored at this meeting and at a banquet in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Llchty havo issued invitations to the marrlape of their daughter, Phyllis to J. Ferguson McCall, Chicago. The mar rlage ceremony Is to be performed In the Calvary Presbyterian church in Chicago, eight o'clock in the evening of June 10. Miss Phyllis has been employed at secretarial work in Chicago the past one and a half years and has made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist, hei- aunt and uncle. Foreign Missionary Society The Woman's Foreign Missionary ociety met in the church parlors 'hursday afternoon, June 2. Mra. 3. G. Humpnrey and Mrs. Walter Vlddcl were the program leaders. 1 'he study topic was "On the Road o Hang Chow." Mrs. W. P. Wcls- rod sang a solo accompanied at the lano by her daughter, Helena. June iVelsbrod played a piano solo cntitl- d, "Evening Chimes." Mrs. R. C. Joetsch had charge of the devo- ion*. Hostesses were Mrs.. J. O. Waterman, Mrtf. twtet- WrtstmxS and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children and Mary Ann Bohn were Algona Isitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson were msiness visitors at Austin, Minn., ast week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benson and Irs. Dennis Hendrickson were Ft )odge business visitors last week SEXTON NEWS Harold Moon, Wesley, was a caller at the W. C. Taylcr home, Friday afternoon. Everett Steven U spending the week at the home of his brother, Lloyd and family, at Mapleton, Minn. Mrs. B. E. Sanders attended the W. C. T. U. meeting, Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sheppard and baby daughter, Janice, LuVerne, were dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. W. J. Green and children. Mrs. Sarah Wisa and daughter, and Mrs. Drusilla Noble went to Mapleton, Minn., Monday night with Mr. und Mrs. Lloyd Steven, who had spent Decoration Day with relatives here, to spend the week at the Steven home. Mrs. Steven U a daughter of Mrs. Wise. The Sexton Ladies' Aid will hold a guest day meeting Wednesday June 8, in the Sexton hail Six other aids will be guests. There will be a program, and a luncheon following. The luncheon committee consists of Mrs. Wm. Hartley. Mrs. John Flora and Mrs. Otto Neuman table committee, Mildred Flora, Em ma Wise, Drusilla Noble and Edith Greenfield; program, Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. cCormick-Deering Mowers ave Always Been Good nd the o. 7 Encloicd Mower s the Best Yet Con* . You Hot,** thatuoal McCormick-Deering Store Algoua, low 67th Birthday Mrs. Leo Jaskulke celebrated her 7th birthday anniversary last week unday and In honor of the occa- on her children, and their fam- ies were dinner guests. Attend- ig were Martha Jaskulke and Mr. nd Mrs. Ross Johnson of St Paul, (Ida Jaskulke of Minneapolis, Mr. no Mrs. Herman Jaskulke of rmstrong and the Walter Jaskulke amily of Burt. Wests to Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Leu West and oldest son, Bill, left today (Saturday, June 4) for Kimball, Minn., to attend the wedding of Mrs. West's nephew, Ray Hommerdlng anl Miss Dorothy Holthaus, both of Kimball. Bill will be best man for his cousin. The young couple will farm with his father. On Rebekah Program anaaaanannanan.n a.a.n u a an unnaann aaunn .auaaaa an u n u a u u a:: It Starts Now the YEAR'S BIG EVENT Foster's • June Bride Mrs. Vee Mullin, Mrs. Alfred Nel- \£ son, Mrs. N. C. Nelson and Eva McCall took part in the program in |+ the afternoon at the county convention of the Rebekab lodge which was held In Algona last Tuesday. i+ Mesdames Oliver Young, Ernest ^ Hutchison and Wilbur Fisher took \y part in the program that night Mrs. Frank Nash was taken into membership. New Band Instructor William Julius, Storm Lake, has een elected new band instructor or the Fenton public school for ext year. Mr. Julius who taught t Stockton, 111., takes the place t Frank Nickoley. Because of the esignation of Bernice Brown, anther teacher will be hired in the ext few days to fill that vacancy. Epworth Election Donald Krau 'was elected president of the Epworth League on Sunday of last Week. Kreger Emry, Henry Nelson, John Bottom, and ^ Charles Krause, vice presidents; Madeline Erdman, secretary and Lavon Gcrdes, treasurer. Guests at Wedding Mrs. Frank Loebig and two sons, Earl and Buddy and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hoeffer of Lismore, Minn., came Thursday for the Loebig-Han- scn wedding. They were guests at the Ed Loebig home Thursday aft- |jj crnoon and evening. Friday, they were dinner guests at the Rufuii Welter home in Corwith and supper guests at the Victor Loebig home. Are Leaving Florida Word has been received here that the Ben Felts will start home Monday from Florida, where they have spent the winter. Nina Wagner is returning with them. had spent the past two months there. 'uesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Deadwood, S. D., were Thursday vening dinner guests at the Ernest Votteler home. Mrs. Harry Widdei returned home Wednesday from the General hospital, Des Moines, where she spent a week taking treatment. Viola Mueller, who attended eol- ege in Cedar Falls, came home on itonday for the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. F. r. Mueller. Floris, daughter of Mrs. Grace jibbons, went to Algona last week trhere she will make her home with ler uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Aerie Davidson. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller and daughter, Virginia Ruth, left Wed- neaday morning for Pttrk Rapid*, rllnu., for a few days' Ashing. They were accompanied by Helen Geronin. The Catholic Daughters of America held installation of officers last Wednesday night. Many Wesley folks attended the £ Loebig-Hansen wedding dance at Sexton, Thursday night. Mrs. Charles Kraus entertained " the members of W. F. M. S. at her ! Ollle Kunz entered the General hospital at Algona Friday. He will undergo a major operation Satur- J day. The six Sisters of the parochial school, left Friday for Milwaukee, • where they will attend school. Dolores Youngwlrth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young- |I wirth of Wh.ttemore, is working at the Victor Frideres home. Donna Haynes was pleasantly surprised on her 14th birthday last Thursday, when a group of friends came to her home for a par ty- . ^ Mr. and Mrs, Jack Haverly drove J to Ames to meet her mother, Mra. Mathilda Johnson, who will arrive there from Denver, Colorado. She will spend several weeks here visiting relatives and friends. Swea-Eagle News G Mrs. Prince Rominger of Des ,foine» came Wednesday to visit ler mother, Mrs. Jake Hengcl. Her lephew, Donald McWharter, who las been visiting- hure, accompanied ler home. Walter Smith, son of Banker aud Am, J. A. G. Smith, is resigning cadetahip in the army air coops at Randolph Field, Texas, the first wirt of June, and will return to his Lome ht*re- Mr. aYui Mrs. Clifford M*yers of Corwith visited at tha borne of Mrs. Messrs' slater, Mrs. R. L. Padon Decoration Day and the Padgett ion, Harold, accompanied toem home to spend the summer. Mrs. George Jcntz and son, Marvin, Mrs. William Jentz, Mrs. B. J. Prank, Mrs. Amos Finnestad and son, Billte, and Mrs. W. V. Yager were Fairmont shoppers Thursday. Mervin remained for a week's visit at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Mark Sinimuna. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters, Alvina and Ruth, attended the commencement exercises for the Iowa Lutheran hospital school of nursing at Des Moines last week Wednesday evening. The Dreyers 1 daughter, Alice, is a member of the class. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe went to Lone Rock Friday for a visit at the Calvin Householder home. Mrs. Householder was taken on Thursday to the Algona hospital where she is seriously ill. Miss Ellen Wolfe aunt of Mrs. Householder, is caring for the Householder children. Mr. and Mra. John Menz entertained at a picnic dinner Decora tion Day and the guests included Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hinderman anc family and Mra. MarjrHayenga o: Owutona, Minn., Mra. Mae Voig and daughter, Bather of Welcome Minn., Mr. and Mra. William Dom«k and family of Fairmont, Mr. anc Mrs. Arthur Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs. William Voigt and family. Mrs. Carrie Voi«t, Mr. and Mc.i Clarence Menz and sou, Mr. u»u Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters Janet and Phyllis. Mrs. Earl Preston is 111 with the |Z mumpa. Orvaa Bergeson of Minneapolis visted Decoration Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergeson. Mrs. Art Anderson and son, Rob- |2 ert, left last week for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Milwaukee, Win. Mrs. Henry Crossiey and son, Glenn of Ames visited last week at he home of Mrs. Crossley's aister, Mrs. George Moora. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lindie drove a Rochester. Minn., last week Monday, returning Thursday. Mra. Lin die consulted doctors ut the Mayo ]£_ Clinic. Wm. Evans drove to Cedar Falls ast week end to- bring home his J= daughter, Lucille, who has finished .wo years at Iowa State Teachers College. Mrs. Dettmar Tbmpson, Florence Erickaon, Freda and Helen Bergeson entertained the Baptist Ladies Guild at Swea City hall last Friday afternoon. Miss Anna Liiidbloom, who is the speech instructor in Michigan University at Kalamazoo, visited Dec oration Day at the home of her sister, Mrs. Forest Erickson. Mrs. William Siemens and children of MadeJia, Minn., visited for several days last week ut the home of Mrs. Siemens' parents. Mr. und Mrs. George BuUerfleld June Larson wus taken to Rochester, Minn., lust week Monday for treatment at the Muyo clinic Miss Lurson wus ill the past weel with severe puins in the right side of her face. The Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club met at the home of Liia and Ruby Berg last Friday evening. The evening was spent in final study of music and plans for rally day to be held at Burt, June 7. Mrs. Anna Berg returned to Minneapolis last week Monday after a short *isit at the Andrew Bergs. She was accompanied by her niece, Geneva Berg, who will be employed in Minneapolis this summer. Mr. und Mrs. Rudolph Nelson of Austin, Minn., visited last Thursday at the Walter Peterson home. They were on their way to Bancroft to set their son. Rudolph, Jr., who has been at the CCC camp the paat year. FURNITURE SALE Unloading the greatest Furniture and Rug Values in Years Dependable quality — the produce of America's leading manufacturers at real savings. Every item one of service [j and satisfaction. Complete of New Quality | Furniture for Only $197 Special Gift Special Gift for each Bride who makes a purchase during this sale We will give coupons on Algona's ^ March of Progress Queen Contest during this sale. Every cash purchase or payment on account entitles you to coupons. Vote for your favorite to win this 18-day all-expense tour. FOSTER FURNITURE COMPANY ALGONA IOWA

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