The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1938 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1938
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Anf . 30,1938 North East Kossuth News Leone Recker, Lakota, Marries Lermond IntermiU of Titonka Lakota: Leone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker, four miles J ... , east of Lakota, was married to Ler. Waterloo inond Intermill of Titonka at St "»»««w Patrick's church in Buffalo Center Viftit: in last week Tuesday morning. They' *" were attended by Leone's sister, Mrs. Luella Sartor and her brother, William Recker. The bride and her sister wore gowns of teal blue silk and carried lilies and sweet peas. After a wedding breakfast at the Buffalo Hotel, the newlyweds left for a trip to Minneapolis and points In Wisconsin and on their return Ledyard: Mrs. A. A. Dunham and daughter, Doris and Miss Anna Sahner of Waterloo came Wednesday and visited at the D. B. Mayer home until Saturday. Miss Sahner who is an aunt of Mrs. Mayer, stay ed for a longer visit. n er reurn D - A. Carpenter went to Des wll make their home in Titonka. Molnes on Friday to attend the state The bride has been a successful teacher In the school in Lincoln township for several years. Mrs. Jnnkermeler Rome / Mirs. Elmer Junkermeier>, who has been in the Buffalo Center hospital for several weeks, was brought home last week and Mrs. Gus Johnson Is caring for her and the baby. Mrs. Junkermeier is somewhat im- Mrs. LeRoy Anderson and son, Fred, of Radcliffe, came Wednesday to visit several days ' " ' — Wiemer home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald nt- ••• ' Wesfey Auxiliary To Meet Monda Wesley: The next meeting o u u ,1?*« c * n L **' on Auxiliary wl be held Monday night, Sept. 5 wit a covered dl«h luncheon. This Is t be a membership party at which ree membership Is to be given to th lucky person. Show The free show, "Saleslady" glvei Thursday night, was attended by a very large crowd. These shows have been put on through the cooperation of the business and pro- esisonal men of Wesley. It has ot been definitely decided wheth- r there will be one next week. Wesley Rebekah* Picnic members of the Rebekah - -' LuVerne enjoyed a picnic .... „. . the ,T° u l st P nrk Thursday after. tended a party at Algona Monday| w°"u lod " member " of the evening which the postmasters of the county gave for the rural mail carriers and their wives. proved"ind" hopes areTeid"^* her I Mrs ' E ' T ' Halverson and Marvol I M W Eilers returned t ultimate recovery her drove to Frost. Minn., Friday and w « ks vacation trip to t . visited at the A. L. Kallestad home. ?£ her Parents at Hetting Honored Several friends honored Mrs. Cort Alppentrop with a party at the home of Mrs. Jerry Ukena last week on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. George Baumann were the hostesses to 25 women at the meet- Ing of the Lutheran missionary society last week. The Ralph Powers of Buffalo. N. Y., left last week for home after a two weeks' visit with Ralph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers. The Lous Hansons attended Hobo Day festivtles In Britt one day last week and the following day they attended the fair at Albert Lea and visited relatives there. The Methodist nominating com mtttee held a meeting at the Henry Pattersons, Thursday evening. The Rev. Muhleman held the fourth quarterly conference at the church Friday afternoon An 8'£ pound son, named Larry James was born ot Mr. and Mrs. Jake Risius at Rake last week Wednesday. He is n grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rlppentrop. Lakota. and makes a family of three bovs for the Risius. Mrs. Anna Kallestad returned homp | with them to spend the i Mrs. A. C. Miller and Lois and Mrs. John Bishop left for their respective homes in Birmingham and Exira after a ten day visit at the D. B. Mayer home. Mrs. Bishop Is better known to her Ledyard friends as Margaret Mayer. BABY GIRL BORN TOWICHTENDAHLSJ Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wltchendahl are the proud parents I of a baby girl born to them Tuesday morning, August 23. Mrs. Wm. Bell of West Bend took care of| mother and baby. Mrs. Wiehten- dahl is better known as Viola Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell of West Bend. Returns from Vacation Ellers returned from her the home f „„ „.„ •«ttniijfcr, S. D ! Is employed af the Benton cafe.' Attends Bridge Party ??";. "• . 3 .' B . rale y attende-1 a one bridge luncheon at Britt on Etta B,. a $. rn00n *'"'" by Mr8 ' f«r Mr V,n!3 d Mrs ' Eldon RRvlin and two children returned Tuesday from Exclusively with w**fc In The Alfonn Upper I> s Molnet »t twt IN -me *0 I eO*««,3lNC« I CANT W TM* H/WW3T •THE wextt-D WITH : i it IU*T tXg iffilHAPI»tg*r PtlWe IN THE WOCtVD WflTH OM» visit at the home of her parent Underwood, Iowa. June Adel and Mary Adlne Kunz turned Monday from Madison Is., wher thy had been visiting vral days at the Ruth Kunz horn*. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and n, Arvin. spent last Wednisday Eagle Grove visiting his sister rs.. Omar Sandberg, who has been Mrs. Margaret Lawler, son and daughter and the latter's husband of New Providence, visited several days recently at the John Hutchison home. Colleen White of Colfax visited days of last week with her a Ward. Wednesday o Mitchell to visit with friends. Visitors at the R. C. Bauer several days last week were Mrs C. F. Bauer and son, Junior of Mankato and Gertrude Bauer of Hank- Cyril Venteicher took his father Albert Venteicher and brother Stanley to Osage Thursday afte they had visited relatives here for a few days. Charles Lawler and daughters Genevieve and Josephine of Minneapolis came last Monday and visited until Thursday at the Vincent Daughan home. Mrs. Ed Hlldman and Lucille and Mrs. Susan Llndenschmldt were Thursday dinner guests at the home of the former's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kain near Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swlnton and children left for their home at Galesburg, 111., Sunday after spending five weeks here visiting with Mr». Swln- ton's relatives, the Glddlngs family. Mabel and Helen Kent and Richard Kent, Mrs. Kafherine Downs and Lois Hlldman returned Thursday from a two weeks' vacation In Illinois, where they visited with rel atlves. Mrs. Esther Skew and son, Har old, returned Friday evening from their trip. Agnes Johnson o Grantsburg, WIs., came with them to vlslf with her and at the Augtis Engstrom home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hlrner and daughters, Mildred and Ilene of Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hlrner and daughter, Ptarlcla Ann, also of Palmer, visited from Friday until Sunday at the George and Simon iirner homes. The men are brothers. The group drove to Boone, vhere they enjoyed a picnic at f he Ledges. Burt Girls Guests Burt: Ruth Thompson and Mary Ann Smith were dinner guests a W . e £5 **,? Sund » v of J«an French at Titonka. Swea-Eagle News Attend Reunion The Harry and Oscar Llndle fam Hies, Archie Dltsworths, Mr. and Mrs. Nets.Llndle attended a fam fly reunion of the Llndie clan at Shakopee, Minn., last Sunday. Andrron* In EMCX The Ray Anderson family visited relatives In Essex last week end. Willlan Meyer Is building a corn crib and over head granary on his arm. Mrs. D. A. Nettleton and daugh- ers. Viola and Lulu, are visiting elatlves at Slenm, 111. Mrs. Martin Dahl entertained* a rroup of her lady friends at her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Issacao.i and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson attended the Open Bible conference at Slbley last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson and sons, Wayne and Gordon, returned last week Monday from a trip to Duluth and other points In northern Minnesota. Myrtle Holcomb, Kathryn Larson and Ella Burt returned home last week. They have attended the summer session of Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Lucille Peterson, Francis Kuch- rnka and Mrs. George Johnson of Buffalo Center drove to Spencer last week Thursday to visit Mrs. Mark Clifford. The ladles were former classmates. Did you know—That the first fiscal officer of Iowa left a shortage of several thousand dollars in hi« ccounts? Rev. Kahrlltz In Ixitts Creek Rev. R. W. Kabeltlz, visitor of the Algona circuit of the Lutheran church, held visitation nt the Lotts Creek Lutheran church. Sunday Aug. 28th. Frandles of Hebron Viait in Minnesota Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family autoed to Macl- ifon Lake. Minn., and spent the day with Charles Moses and family. Visit* in Algonn Marion Jackman is spending n fe-.v clays nt the Frank Cruikshnnh home in Algona. The Oslands held their threshing meeting with Mrs. Beatrice Osland last Tuesday night. Ice cream and rake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl and Mrs. Oscar Frandle attended the Ladies' Aid meeting In Elmore last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hanson and family and Mr. and Mm. Mike Mikkelson and family drove to Mankato last Thursday and spent th day picnicking In Slbley Park. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Heraldscn «n son of Rembrandt and Mrs O! Hnuskin of Blue Earth, Minn., spen Sunday and Monday with Adrian Hauskin and Oscar Frandle am their families. Mrs. Geo. Thompson Ledyard, Recovers Ledyard: Mrs. Hattie Buriingame Adah Merriam, Shirley and Joan Stevenson of Algona and Addie Thmpson of Morrison, lown, visited Monday at the George Thompson home. Mrs. Geo. Thompson, who has been ill and confined to nor bp<I the past two weeks, is now able to be up and about some. Recovers After Surgery Lakota: Mrs. Harry Muasman was taken to the hospital at Rochester Minn., last week Wednesday and underwent an operation Thursday morning. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Hebron Cars Collide Hebron: Meivin Fjetlam) am] G Smith met with an art-Idem I Thursday wht-n hoth <amc u t - .-t > at the sami- time and did not each other. They were on the ••;. fci'le of the rofid ::,ml nit head Neither „,„. Wlth , njllr ,_.,] ba ,,| y the Fjetliind car was, d^m^L-id tre most. Emil Larsons, Swea Eagle, Entertain 8 Swea-Kagle: Guests at the Krml Larson home last Tuesday afternoon were Miss Effic Eckholrn of JJes MotncK, Mesdames Fred f'eter son W. O. Nelson, Walter 1'eterho, and Lydia Eckholm. On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Harold Hewitt and - Mrs Richard Potratz who was ill ' for a few months is improving nice- Mrs. Otto Ohm is able to -In lier own work after being ill for seven! weeks. Johanna Fiene is leaving f< r Early, lown, Thursday, Sept. 1, where ."he tenches home economics. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family of Fenton were Thursday evening visitors at the Hugo Faulstich home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and son. David of Garner and Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Meyer of Whittemnre visited at the Hugo Faulstich homo Friday afternoon. Margaret Fiene came home Tuesday from Mason City to spend a few days with her parents. Rev nnti Mrs. Fiene. She is a nurse in the Park hospital. She left again on Friday morning for Mason City. 85 Attend Surprise For Lone Rock Pair Lone Rock: Eighty-five attended a surprise farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Sr. t their home Tuesday evening. They were prsented with gifts. They icon will leave to retire at Fairmont. They have farmed for about 40 years and their sons, Fred and Robert, will continue farming. Kathryn Stebritz spent a few days ast week with her mother, Mrs-, essie Stebritz, Bancroft. Mrs. Carlyle Johnson, Bancroft nd Mrs. Edwin Mittag and daugh- er. of Lotts Creek were WcdneK- ay dinner guests rf the \V. <',. Maigs. The Otis Sanders family dro\e i Fort Dodge, Thursday, their aughter Doris remaining fur a few ays' visit with Deleirn Rogers, •ho attends a beauty thi.r-. Mr and Mr-. Hug'-i Ma^ltw. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Mi.rlv.v and Mrs-. Herman Ncitzt!. Burt. left Tui;s d*y for a v/ith tn> Ja.-. ar.-J Her, Msulow farnil:':-, at Hid(:<:!'! S Jj They v.-iil ,iKo visit the f'.uf'j-. Mario-A-h at liar 1;us. Minn - -ar undberx of California, who is here visiting were also guests. Take First Train Ride H-Ata City Arzelle and Arlene. lit- lie daughttri, of Mr. a/id Mm. Fred Peteruon. had thrill of their fir»t tr;»in ride one day last week. Their mother drove them to Estherville .'.here they hoarded the tram for a .'.even huuta ride to iJes Momes. They are spending a few days in I'e.s Moines with the Win Poole:-.. and will attend the btate fair. >arn Paint Special DEVOE'S RED BARN PAINT 4> 1.19 per ,a|. (Regular $1.50 value) Botsford Lumber Co. ^,^__ ^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^mfffm^^mimm^mmmmmmff^fmmmi^^m^^^^^^^ffii^^^^^^^mmmi^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^BSSSSSS^SSSSr^SSSS^SsEsSESSSSSSSSSSESS Kossuth County's Greatest September 5th - 9th AH Children Under 15 Admitted Free on Tuesday, September 6th County Fair Grounds. *s' Tuesday. September 6th Automobile Races lioiia 20 Drivers Participating in 7 Events on the Track -ces, under ALL REGULAR VAl DE\TLLE PROGRAM ON THE PLATFORM •^•—-••••^.i.i.——„ Wed., Thiir., Sept. 7 - «: Harness Kaces Trotters Paters from America's Finest BreedinK Htocks, Many of Them Direct from .State Fair Com. petition Where They Placed ir. the Prizt Money Two Solid Hours of Racing, Plus an All-Star Program of Vaudeville Acts on Grajid- *tand Platform Stage Scheduled For Both Afternoons BAND CONCERTS Each AftcTno«.n and Evening at the Grandstand 4-H Demonstrations Both Tuesday and Wednesday Afternoons Machinery Displays Industrial Exhibits Livestock Parade Baseball Tim-,. Games-One Each, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. ciliH-Hlity, Alifona Hro\ V nies VH. opponent to be selected and gaim* on Phursday and Friday (Titonka vs. Wesley) ' •^••••••Mi^ "•"••^ mmmmmmmmmm Friday, September 9th Thrill Day i 50 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS DIRECTED BY GERTRUDE AVERY IN A Gigantic Stage Revue Singing! Dancing! Scenery!..., Girls! KrAataof M/x^* Cl^k^^^. «• * ^ ... °* County Livestock Judging CARNIVAL SHOWS On the Enlarged Midway—See The Great White Way of Fun and Frolic Here's a show seldom seen outside of < hn-ago, \e\v Vork or other large cities. A carload of scenery, a wealth of -<r, and a world of talent. A full, three-hour show, full of youthful charm, dainty misses in gorgeous c<)sttmu's, singing the newest »on« A1 lut »» dancing the latest steps. Abo All Regular Vaudeville Program AcU Each Evening Child/en Under 12 free at iUJ

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