The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1938 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 PHYLLIS L1CHTY WEDSCHICAGOAN Wears Grandmother's Pearls As She Speaks Vows Last Friday LuVerne: The Calvary Presbyterian church in Chicago was the setting Friday night for the ceremony whereby Phyllis Irene Llch- ty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Llchty and J. Ferguson McCall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin McCall, Chicago, were united In marriage. The bridegroom was attended by a brother, William McCall. Another brother, Walter McCall and Orbln Haglst, cousin of the bride, served as ushers. The bride is a graduate of the local high school with the class of 1935 and since her graduation she attended the ChilHcothe Business College and the Chicago Business College and has done sec retarlal work In Chicago the past year and a half. The bridegroom Is a graduate of the Crane Technical high school, and business college in Chicago, and is employed by the A. B. Diuk Co. After a short wedding trip, the McCalls will be at home in Chicago. Mrs. Larsen Back Home from Hospital Portland: Mrs. Martin Larsen returned to her home Wednesday and Is convalescing very satisfactorily following an operation two weeks previous at the Kossuth hospital. Darlene Brayton will assist with the household duties for some time. The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday with Mrs. Russell Shipler. A good program is planned. Augusta Lage Rites At Eagle Grove Irvlngton: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage and children and Mrs. Lage's mother, Mrs. Alice Duryea, attended the funeral of Mr. Lage's mother, Mrs. Augusta Lage, at Eagle Grove last Friday. Mrs. Lage had only been 111 a short time previous to her death. Having submitted to an operation for appendicitis at a Fort Dodge hospital the previous week she had been taken to her home when she suffered a stroke ol paralysis. Mrs. Lage was born Feb. 8, 1878 In Germany, and after coming to this country was married to J. H. Lage of Manning. A few years later they moved to Lattimer where the family resided for 20 years. It was only last March 1 they had purchased their new home at Eagle Grove where the family is now living. Mrs. Lage leaves to mourn her loss, 13 children, her husband and 21 grandchildren, besides four sisters and three brothers. Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church in Eagle in UM> Boffin 1 of the children were home for the final services. StTSiE—by Edith Swanson —' -"x. NOW SOS 16, • HOPE YOo'ftt COINS- 6-1 WHAT oo rou ) MEAN?-CANt ' ,voo ee oooo WITHOUT 5 Exclusively ench week in The Algona Upper DCS Moines WCUL YOU ME TO I3E "&OOD FOE NOTHING- " SMITH'S MU3SANP n —- DO VOO '• FEAT i' r CE3, INC LUVERNE CLUBS NAME OFFICERS Methodist Group Elect; Other Community News From LuVerne Lu Verne: Two organizations of the Methodist church had election of officers recently. The Epworth League chose Pearl Scribner as president; Richard Brink, first, vice president; Robert Surby, Mary Dimler and Merlin BaJer, second, third and fourth vice presidents; and Kathleen McClellan, secretary and treasurer. At a meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society at the home of Mrs. Edith Smith, Mrs. Ray Stone was elected to serve as head of that organization, Mrs. Peter Thompson Is vice president; Mrs. Ralph Davidson, secretary and Mrs. John Brink, treasurer. Mrs. H. A. Nelson will be secretary of the Queen Esthers, Mrs. Myra Peitzke, secretary of Citizenship; Mrs. Edith Smith, Thankoffer- Ing and Lenten; Mrs. Peter Thompson and Mrs. O. S. Lund, mite boxes. Mrs. H. C. Allen is leader of the Mothers Jewels, an office which she has filled efficiently for a number of years. Alice Dau, Whittemore, is Bride of Lawrence Meyer Reception Follows Cere mony Held Friday; to Make Home on Farm Honor Fairvillc Pastor As a farewell courtesy for the Rev. Henry Stahmer, who is leaving the Falrville charge to take pne at Hinton, Iowa, a number of Lutheran ministers and their families were dinner guests last week Monday evening at the Rev. L. Wlttenburgs. Mrs. Minnie Holland of Maxwell arrived today (Tuesday) for a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Nadlne Wittenburg and Betty Wolfe spent last week with Mrs. Barbara Hildegarde and Esther. The Rev. L. Wittenburg accompanied Mrs. Wittenburg and Kenneth and Nadlne went to Cherokee Sunday, where Rev. Wittenburg preached at a mission festival. Fred Marty, Cloquet, Minn., visited his mother. Mrs. D. Marty, lev- era! day« last week. He has Just finished his 13th year of teaching In Cloquet. He li principal of tho high acbooL , New LuVerne Cafe LuVerne: Mrs. Cecil Williams op- Cued a restaurant in the buildlni; formerly occupied by the City cafe Saturday. Whittemore: Friday afternoon at 1:30 in St. Paul's Lutheran church, a very pretty wedding took place in which Miss Alice Dau, daughter of Mrs. Anna Dau, became the wife of Lawrence Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. The bride was beautifully attired in a dotted net over white satin dress. She wore a long veil, the cap being trimmed with orange blossoms and a satin braid. She carried a large bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. Vera Dau, bridesmaid, a sister of the bride, wore a peach colored celanese rayon chiffon dress with white accessories. Vera carried a a bouquet of gladioli and larkspur. Harold Volgt, a cousin of the groom, acted as best man. .Both wore dark suits. A wedding reception was held at the home of the bride's mother at 5:30. A two course dinner was served to 60 relatives and friends. Esther Potratz, Alvera Behnke, Luana Dau and Helen Meyer were table waitresses. Saturday the bridal couple left for Decorah, where they planned to spend a few days with relatives. The bride and groom both attended the local Lutheran school. For the past three years the bride has been employed In the H. R. Zumach meat market. The groom has been on a farm with his father since his graduation. They will make their home at this farm upon their return, v Cresco Club Sees Early Photographs At Recent Meeting Irvington: Mrs. George Hackman was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Graham, club president, was in charge. The program consisted of a display of photographs of each member taken in their youth or at an earlier date of childhood. The next meeting will be a picnic for the children of club members. The next home meeting will be With Mrs. Edna Harr. flBBBI !•••••••••••••••••* Extend Phone Line Telephone line No. 3 Is doing some extensive repair work. A new wire Is being installed and later each telephone will be rechecked. Line three extends south from Algona on highway 169. Walter Barr has charge of the work. Operation Successful Duane Rtiey, Iowa City patient from Irvington, submlted to a very successful operation last Friday. It Is thought he will return home very soon. His mother, Mrs. Douglas Riley accompanied him on the trip which was made by ambulance. DOAN GIRL BRIDE AT FORT DODGE Doanj Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angle attended the weading of the former's daughter, Minnie Angle to Edward Puchsen of Whittemore at the Corpus Chrlstl church In Fort Dodge, Monday morning, June 6 at 7:30 o'clock, with Father Davern officiating. The bride was born and reared in his community and lived here un:il the past several years, when she was employed In Algona and Fort Dodge. They were attended by the bride's brother, Earl Angle and the groom's sister, Mrs. Wm. McCauley of Mason City. They left for Minneapolis and other points and on their return Friday, June 10th, they gave a wedding dance at the floral hall in Algona to their many friends and relatives Mr. Fuchsen Is In the employ of the county and the couple will make their home in Algona. JSPECIAIS Wash Pants 1.50-2.25 Tropical Worsteds 4.00-4.50 all Sanforized TICO Silk and Palm Beach ** E * J all the new colors __ X-Act-Fit SHIRTS $1.95 SOX 25c-39c-50c 50c. $ 1.50 to Madson & Hanson Lutheran Aid Election The Lutheran Ladies' Aid held Its monthly meeting and social in the school basement Thursday afternoon. The election of officers was held in the afternoon. Officers are: Mrs. Elmer Bell, president; Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, vice president; Mrs. Louis Grelnert, secretary; and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer of Chicago are spending their honeymoon at the Dledrich Cordes anil H. C. Meyer homes. Arthur Locke of Algeria spent a few days the past %veek nt the Ralph Walker home here. Ralph Is a nephew of Mr. Locke. Mrs. Martin Meyer nml three sons James, Kdward and David of Garner, .spent from Wednesday until Sunday nt the Fred Strucekcr anil William Meyer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hinchmau nd son, John of Aurora, 111., and lisses Mae TJelle and lone Sobers f Garner visited with Mrs. Dorothy ebers at the Art Heldenwith home Vcdnesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kucck, their aughters Ruby and Betty, and son lelvin of Lone Rock and Miss Eline Htidenwith of Swea City vls- ted at the Art Heidenwith home 'hursday evening. Bernard Trecker of Templeton isited at the J. M. Fleming home 'hursday. Mary Corrlne and Ruth Adeline Fleming accompanied Mr. 'recker to Mason City where they isited Mr. and Mrs. James Flem- ng. Don Sylvester and son, Don, Jr., of Sioux City, came to spend the week end with Mrs. Will Higgina ind son, Bill. Mrs. Higgins re- timed home with them Sunday. Sh:> will visit with the Sylvesters for a we».-k. Mrs. Russell Saunders, and Eleanor Faith of Britt visited with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver, and with other relatives and friends here Saturday. They were accompanied home by Helen 'undel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ierman Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schattschneider and daughter of Warland, Wyoming, who came here to attend he funeral of Mr. Schattschneider's 'ather, August Schattschneider, held at St. Paul's Lutheran church, on Monday, left for their home on Thursday afternoon. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid entertained their husbands at a card jarty last week Tuesday evening. five hundred was played at 18 .ables. Prizes were won by F. J. Salgeman and Mrs. C. C. Baas, ligh; low prizes by Hermna Voigt and Mra. H. W. Behnke. Mrs. William Roeber won the chair prize. in in u« in niiiiiiiui Pratt Electric Co. AJgoua, Iowa Phone 170 Whittemore Folks At Golden Wedding Whittemore: Mrs. Emilie Stems and Erving, Mr. and Mra. Herman Gade and son, Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oslwald and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwuld, Mr. ami Mra. Theodore Meier and Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ostwald and Roland, Mr. and Mra. Henry Wich- Lenduhl, all of here; Mr. and Mr*. Noah Retainer of LotU Creek: Mrs. Herman Haack and Mr. and Mra. George Siems of Feulon; Mr. un 1 Mra. Arthur Gade and Helen and Dorothy of Algona drove to Nortli- vood Wednesday, June 8th, to attend the golden wedding of Mr. and MrV. Otto Buth. A reception was held at the Northwood Park there. A two course dinner was nerved r.t 12:30. Services were held at two o'clock with a short program following. Mr.i Buth was Augusta Ostwald, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Fred Oatwald of Whittemore. Mrs. Freda Christensen is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Beda Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon of Woden were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Dole. Mrs. George Harris and Miss Ellen SteuKsy entertainea at a party last Friday afternoon, honoring Miss Norma Raney. Dick Godfrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Godfrey of Ames has arrived at his father's farm where ho will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown were host and hostess last Sunday evening to the Hardgrove family reunion All enjoyed a picnic supper. A new bridge is being constructed east of the Perry Phillips farm hence the reason for the 1 highway being closed from the J. A. Maas- d&m f arm cut. .,,,>, .,»£-.,.*,„. Mrs. Pat Mulligan and her daughter, Isabelle of Bancroft, visited last Friday with Mrs. Marie Frankl nnd Miss Margaret Mulligan. Both ladles arc daughters of Mrs. Mulligan. Mrs. J. W. Patterson went to Ncv- ada last Saturday to get J. W.. who had been nt the .sanitarium the previous week. They al«o motored to DCS Moines before returning homo. Miss Dorothy Mawilsley nnd Robert Black of Ames arrived last weclc to .spend the .summer season with her parents. Paul Black also came from the state university at Iowa City. Tho Alvln Wcbers who were recently employed by E"3ward Mawd- slcy have moved to Ltvermore whcro Mr. Weber has employment with the Williams gravel crew. A Ward family will be the new tenants for Mr. Mawdsley. Mrs. Halph Brown, club leader of the Cresco Chums 4-H girls' club and nine club members attended the county 4-H rally held recently PI Burt. On Wednesday, June 16th. Mrs. Brown, Ella Mae Harr and Patricia Matern will go to Amea for the state 4-H rally. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye and their children of Mason City were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage. The Dye family are starting their vacation which will include stops at the Twin Cities and a fishing trip to the lakes of northern Wisconsin near Holcomb. Miss Susie Brass of Des Moines is visiting this week at the Armor Lemkee home. Miss Helen Lemket. Iowa State Collece student, arrived last week to spend the summer with her parents. This fall Miss Helen has been engaged to teach the center school in Irvington township. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer were Sunday guests at the Sim Leigh home, while Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley of St. Benedict visited with their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colwell and the Forbua Stiltz family were included among the guesta at the Ray Fitchs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard of Des Moines arrived last week to spend their summer vacatico with the Edward Blanchards. brother of Howard. Sunday both families motored to Lone Rock, where they were dinner guests of the boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Howard Blanchard is a teacher in me of the Deii Moines public schools. Mr. and Mrs. George Haekman, Jr., and daughter, Johanna of Knoxville. Tenn., arrived the lirst of the week to spend the summer at the jmrcntul George Hackmuu, Sr., home. Enroute home from Knoxville flops were made at Nashville, Tenn., where they visited with Mrs. Akin, mother of Mrs. Hackman. Jr., and also at Decatur. 111., where they visited at the Lewis Hackman horn-:. Last Monday (a week ago) Mr. and Mra. Ray Fitch visited with tli2 Chas. Raney family at Livermorc. Other guests at the Runey home were the Floyd Clarkes. u brother of Mrs. Fitch from Webster City. The Clurke family returned home with the Fitchs and on Tuesday they all motoi-ed to Britt where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clurke, parents of Mr. Clarke and Mrs. Fitch. Christening and Wedding on Same Day at Livermore Livcrmore: The home of Dr. anc Mrs. R. J. Oilman was the setting for a double service Thursday eve ning, June 9, with the Rev. G. H. Schaeffer officiating. The first, at 7:30, was the christening of their oting son, David Roebuck, with rtrs. J. G. Oilman of Minneapolis and Albert Wendt of Bode as spon- rs. The second service, which fol- owed at eight o'clock, was the marriage vows for Mrs. J. G. Oilman, mother of the doctor, and M. A. odfrey, also of Minneapolis. Those who witnessed the christening and the wedding were.Dr. and Mrs. Oilman, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zigrang, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wendt, and Rev. and Mrs. Schaeffer. The bride has visited in Livermorc nt the home of her son many times and is a very charming woman. The ouple left immediately following he luncheon for Minneapolis, their uture home. Double Birthday There was a double birthday pnr- y at the home of Mrs. Oscar Olson Tuesday when she «nd Mrs. Anna 5 ooch were honored guests. Twen y-five women were invited to help celebrate the occasion, and the aft ernoon was spent playing 600. The vomen were showered with gifts ant presents. A pot luck lunch follow ed. Out of town guests were Mrs Violet Faith, and Mrs. Charle. Heard of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue ar< the parents of a girl, born Wednesday at the Lutheran hospital at Foil Dodge. This Is the seventh child born to the Logues. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baessler entertained Sunday at a one o'clock dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Siegel and Irene of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Kinrod Siegel of Denoff, N. D., and Mrs. Martha Baessler of Livermore. Mrs. Viola Matthews, who came from Sioux City to visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson here, will leave Tuesday, for Clear Lake on an outing. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Wilson and grandson, Robert Taylor. The group will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Fay Kathan and daughter, Mary Sue of Waterloo, and other relatives and friends. Sidney Hoganson, student at the University of Iowa, who finished his junior year, has been enjoying a trip out west In company with other students and has been at Yellowstone park during the past week. He may decide to spend the summer there in the Interest of journalistic work In which he has been specializing. Students from Livermore who nrc attending there, have returned here for the summer, including Margie Murpny, who finished Dave and John Cockrill, Louis French", Jerome Behounek, Richard Hughes, Joseph Harris and Fran cis Watts. RIDE IN A 1938 FORD V-8 I** Let £fo Take You Where You're Going WITHOUT OBLIGATION Mrs. Herman Lcudtkc. Sr., is ser ioualy ill at her home in Fenton. The month of Juno is demonstra- tion month for all Ford Dealers. We invite you to eall us at any- time, and we will provide a new 1938 V-8 ear and driver to take you and your friends any place vou wish to go within a reason- Service f Save Your Votes! 100 Girls Want Them MARCH OF PROGRESS QUEEN COUPONS With Cash Purchases of 2.") cents or over, and oil payment of accounts at the undersigned Algona slorcs. WHO WILL BE THE QUEEN AT ALGONA'S CELEBRATION NEXT AUGUST 17th and 18th ? And Also Win the Big, Free, 18 Day Trip to the Pacfic Coast and Return Read The Wont Ad*— IL Pays $50 IN CASH To high contestant, either in city or outside, who does not win the IH-day trip. DEPOSIT COUPONS In ballot boxes at cither Algona newspaper office at any time, or give to your favorite. WEEKLY STANDINGS Will be published hi each Algona paper until contest ends .Saturday, August \'Mi. TRADE IN ALGONA - GET YOUR BALLOTS FROM THESE FIRMS Richardson Furniture Co. Gamble Store Pine Room Klasvie Motor Company K. & H. Oil Station KottButh Implement Co. Geo. Eibert Garage Howard Hardware Graham'* Store Minbach'* Kohlhaas & Spillet ChriMJOllea Store Cununing'ti Jame* Drug Store Brownell'n Council Oak Coast to Coast Store Dau Garage Nelson and Kreaensky's Marigold Beauty Shop Morrison Beauty Shop Brown Studio Cora Miller Beauty Parlor Ben Franklin Store l)ahlhaufter'« Foster Furniture Madson Si Hanson Algona Bakery Wilson Bakery Hawcott & Ogg The Hub Clothiers Merritt Funeral Home Klainp'» Service Station Johnson* D-X Station Pratt Electric Co. Gene Wray Conoco Station Harris Conoco Station Solberg Service Station Cooper's Sinclair .Station K«l'» Service Station Chuni|>lln Station Deep Kock Station Algona Insurance Agency Call and Iowa Tin-litres Kent Motor Company Dutch's Service Station C. S. Johnson Moe Si Sjogren Maxwell Motor* Cut Kate Grocery Dr. Scanlan Modern Dry Cleaners Bjubtroin's General Hospital McCorniick-Deering Store Siori'iisen's Grocery Norton Lumber Company Smoke Shop Holtzbauer & Hull Lushy Drug Store Anderson's Jack Sprat Ifood's IGA Borchardt's Long's Food Shop lender's Algonquin Clopton the Tailor Sportsmen's Tavern Laing & Muckey Koosuth Motor Company Elk Cleaners Ituesly Lumber Company Barry's A. & P. Store Dr. Sawyer A. W. Aiiiiuutoii Hovey Implement Co. Cowun Bids. Supply C'o. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Dr. and .Mrs. Mllo Meyers of Mar- shalltovvn were guests thi.s week end at the home of their friend-*, Mr. uitJ Mra. G. W. Stillnian. Action Photo of a Queen Contestant Bed Hot on Trail of some votes. EVERY GIRL HAS AN EQUAL CHANCE TO WIN THIS TRIP, OR THE $50 CASH Jim the girls that do win will be the ones who really go after it... and there will be some surprises in store for the other girls who are high in the standings, so slart now to get votes. Until an Algona and a gill from outside of tin- city will win a top award . . . It' trip goes to eiiy girl, cash goes to high ranking country girl, or vice versa. Who will they be (

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