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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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V The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Fe K 22,1934 WPULARLEDYARD PEOPLE WEDDED AT RITES FEB. 14 Opal Dorsey Becomes Mrs. Wm. Knoner in Pretty Ceremony -*J^£? T f rd L A ved<Un <f of much In- SJSr *2 the <x> m »minlty occurred on Wednesday, Feb. 14th, when Miss Opal ooney became the bride of William 5?°£ er; . "The ceremony *** Derfonn- «a m the Evangelical parsonage at Fairmont with Key. Steck officiating. 12BL youl W couple left for Bancroft. Wisconsin, where they will visit at the foprne of the bride's sister. They will be at name on the August Knoner farm south of town after March 1st. »J?\ e , br i de ls tne daughter of Mr. «d Mrs. Wm. Dorsey of Grant and for the past three years has been assisting at the D. A. Carpenter home. The fjoom Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. August Knonc-r and has grown to manhood In thU community. For the past few years he hes bean farming wi'b his father. The young couclc nas a host of f/lends who extend to thorn every wish for happiness and succors. Sennett-Doocy Wedding On last Monday morning a pretty wedding took place at the Sacred Heart church when Mary Margaret Bennett oecaine the bride of John C. Doocy. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Sturm. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Baker. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bennett of Waverly and the groom nas been a farmer in this vicinity for many years. In the evening* a reception was held at the groom's home. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and sons visited relatives at LuVerne Sunday. The Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Cecil Peterson last week Tues•day. Mm Albert Barnes apent several days of last week at the home of her mother in Armstrong. The Women's Foreign Missionary so- olety met Friday afternoon at the home •of Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke has been 111 the oast week with sinus trouble and under the care of a physician. Mrs. Peter Looft and daughter. Amanda of Swea City visited Friday at the homo of Mrs. Margaret Looft! D. A. Carpenter and Edward Halverson attended a hardware and well drillers canyentloti at Des A&>ines last week. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett are the parents of a 7% pound son born on Saturday, Feb. 17 at the Kossuth hos- oltal in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Plngle and son moved last week Tuesday on to the Henry Blome farm recently vacated by Herbert Gangstee. Ray Marauls who has been spending the winter with nn aunt at Jackson, Minn., spent the week end with his father, O. Marquis. A group of relatives gathered Sunday at the home of Air. and Mrs. Joe Mayne to help them celebrate their silver weddiriK anniversary. The M. E. Ladles' Aid will be entertained Thursday afternoon at the *ome of Mrs. Howard Mayne. A par*W txwt sate win be Meld. ™ r*f. Mrs. George Thompan and Mrs. Leon Wordcn visited Mrs. Erlckson at Armstrong Friday afternoon Mrs Erlck- son Js very ill with pneumonia. Relatives Ihere received word tints week that Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft of Swea Citv are the proud parents of a eon born Feb. 16th at the hospital in Bancroft. This Is their second son. Janice Williams and Bill Wiener entertained at a bridge party at the L. W. WIemcr home last Wednesday evening. High score for the evening was won by Frank Moult on and low by A, E. Lauritzen. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Mcs- •dames J. Weinberger, O. Peterson, J. OTCecfe, A. Warmer, W. E. Flvnn, E. Halverion, H. Dyer, L. C. Strand and A. Sprank attended the tfumeral of W. B. Mason at LuVerne last week Monday. The future Radio Cabinet is now being shown in the new Brunswicks at Gamble Stores. Hand carvings—Carpathian Walnut from Australia, hand rubbed finish. And at Sale Prices. $30.00 to $25.00 for your old radio. Othea in modern cabinets at $37.50. 8 Mrs. Fuhrmann of St. Joe Celebrates 73rd Birthday St. Joe: Mrs. John Fuhrmann was quite surprised last week Tuesday afternoon when ten ladies came to her home to help her celebrate her 73rd birthday which was Feb. 14th. The afternoon was spent at playing five hundred. Lunch was served by Mrs. Fuhrmann's daughters. Mrs. Fuhrmann, a lover of flowers, was Riven a plant by the ladles. Lester Schumacher of wtilttemore spent from Tuesday until Sunday visiting at the John Priders home. The Friendly club held their monthly meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Anton Becker. Lentfeh devotions in St. Joseph's church will be held a£ three o'clock Sunday afternoon and Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and children, Richard and Rita and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner spent Sunday visiting at the Nick Eischen home near Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. John Besch and daughter. Rose, of West Bend, spent a short time with relatives Saturday in this vicinity. Rose left that afternoon for Des Moines via train. Kate*" Erpeldlng was quite ill several days last week. A nurse from Algona was called to care for her. Catherine Erpeldlnft, daughter of Mrs. Mary Er-" pelding, of Whittemore Is attending to the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner who have been employed for the past few months at the Lawrence Becker farm, moved to Algona last week Thursday where Mr. Wagner has accepted employment at the Brown Dairy Farm. Tom Devine received word last Sunday of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Michael Buckley. 70, who died at Sioux Falls. The remains were brought to Livermore Monday and funeral services were held on Tuesday at the Sacred Heart church. Father Costello officiating. MINDAWILBERG FENTON BRIDE Weds Henry Lange Sunday at Home of Father; Dinner Follows Fcnton: A quiet home wedding took place at three o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Hans Wilberg home when his daughter, Mlnda, became the brlda of Henry Lange. The Rev. a. O. Sande read the marriage ceremony. The bride wore a gown of Christina blue rough crepe and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and white hyacinths. Mildred Wilberg, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a -pea green silk crepe dress and carried yellow and white hyacinths. Ernest Lange. brother of the bridegroom was best man. A five o'clock dinner was served to the following £U««t») Mr*. H«nry LftRfte, Sr., Mr. and .Mrs. John Lange and family and Reinhard Lange, all of West Gate; the Mlno Peltersons of Minneapolis, the John Andreosons of Ringsted, the Fred Hetdens of Osakls. Minn.. Martin Thompson and family, the Oeo. Charlsons. the Rev. and Mrs. 8. O. Sande and the Nels Wllbergs of Fenton. Final Dtedam Contest The final local declamatory contest was held last Thursday night in the high school auditorium. Following is a list of the contestants and their selections: oratorical—Life's challenge to Youth, by Lloyd Cornelius; Don't Give up the Ship, by Maynard Jentz: The New Deal, by Raymond Schmidt, who won the second place; The Flood of Years, by Ardls Voight. who won first place; the dramatic class—The Music Master, by Donna Jean Ballev: Tho First Judas, bv Virginia Frank, placing second: The Blind Girl, by Ruby Hnn- telman, who won first place; The Clatter Pat*, bv Robert Schwartz: The Phantom Aeroplane bv Isabelle Wels- brod. In the humorous class were The Widow's Mites bv Chnle.s Glaus: Der Def- fel Car, by August Meyers who placed second: Flaming Youth bv Lvle Newel; Goodbye Sister, by Gladys Stoeber, who won first place. A violin trio was played by Hazel Welsbrod. Ardl? Viogt and Marie Fauerby. A piano duet was Riven by Evelyn Radlg ajnd Donna Jean Bailey. The brass quartette com? posed of Edward Llndsey. Gene Newel. Robet Schwartz nnd Rollln Geronslri played two selections while awaiting the Judge's decision. Mrs. McDonald of Emmetsburg was critic Judge. The first of the state series will be held here with Lone Rock, Burt, Seneca and Fenton competing. Mrs. L. J. Olson of Spencer visited last week at the home of her daughter. Mrs. E. W. Ruske and family. Mrs. Alvln Zumach returned home on Friday from the General hospital at Algona. where she underwent a major operation. The five hundred club was entertained at the home of Ferdinand Mueller last week. Arthur Mueller received high score. Mrs. J. T. Walte nnd Mrs. C. H. GcTonstn were hostesses to seven tables of bridge at the latter.-, home on last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn and their daughter, Mary Ann, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Bonn's brother. Tony Goeders at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner and daughter. Sally Ann of Des Moines, spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner. The Russell Chlsms and Mrs. William Meyer moved on a farm near West 1 Bend last week. The George Hedding- ers moved In the house vacated by them. The regular meeting of the Woman's club was held at the home of Mrs. Hattie Welsbrod Jast week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Emma Light assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and children. Lorraine and Marlln, six-nt Sunday at the home of Mrs. Wegener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Yager at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson and son. Temple, Mrs. Chris Hanson. Mrs. Mary Olson, and Fred Mann of Peoria, ill., spent the week, end at the George Newel home. Mrs. W. V. Yager was hostess to her bridge dub Saturday afternoon. Mrs.. O. H. Graham won high score prize and Mrs. F. H. Elgler receive*! the consolation prize. A nine and one-half jound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cbence Thees- fleld Flday. Ms. Chas. lliecsfleld of Amstronir and Alice Glaus are assisting with the work. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Osborn were entertained at the home of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod Sunday In honor of Mr. Welsbrod's birthday anniversary. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller are the parents of a, six pound girl born last week Tuesday. She was named Virginia Ruth. Alma Madison Is the nurse In charge. Selma Meyers Is assisting In the home. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ulfcrs and son. Charles and daughter. Verabel visited Sunday with Mrs. Ulfcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield at Irvington. Mrs. Ulfers remained thero and will return this week Saturday. Mnrjorlc Johnson was hostess to a valentine party at her home Saturday afternoon. The guests were Lucille Blcckwcnn. Mary Ann Bonn, Dorothy and Lornetta. Bruhn, Alberta Wiwl, Virginia and Marlon Hengel, Geneva Olson nnd Doris Bleckwenn. The members of the Legion Auxiliary and their husbands hp.ld a farewell party on Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Nlclson of 18 areonn«r CHICKS! The Time Will Soon Be Here For Hatching and Brooding Chicks We can help you solve these problems. Brooder House repairs or Coal, both soft or hard coal for brooder houses are available here. SEE US F. S. Nor ton & Son Phone 229. - "—"-*T' - ' -r~-~—mrvl*"v*M w*M winwu ««V four tables. They weic presented with a card table. The guests included the Messrs, and Mesdames W. R. Wolte E C. Ohm, E. C. Fauerbv, H. H. Wiiltldls, George Boettchers, Fred McWhorters. nnd Mr. O. H. Graham and C. Anderson. . The American Legion nnd Auxiliary held their regular monthly meeting In the Legion rooms last wsek Monday evening. Plans were mnde for -\ card benefit soon. Committee apnolnetd for the party consisted of Mess-s and Mesdames O. H. Graham nnd H. H. Widdell. After the business session Mrs. O H. Graham gave a tnlfc on the life of Abraham Llncclr. R^frMhmcnit'i were served by the host nnd hostess. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson. METHODBTMUSIC FESTIVAL SUNDAY Churches From this District to Hold Session in High School Auditorium TWO ACCIDENTS HIT WHITTEMORE CHILD AND MAN Eugene Vaudt Fractures Arm; Ray Heller Cuts Off Fingers Whittemore: Eugene Vaudt, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt. fell and fractured his arm just above the wrist. Saturday. Raymond Heller, while helping saw wood Saturday afternoon, had the second and third tinners cut oil from his left hand. The Methodist churches of th e Algona district will hold their fourth annual music festival at, the Algona, Iowa, public school building on Sunday even- enlng, February 25, 1934, at 7:30 p. m. This festival will be the fame as in previous years, being a concert of the massed choirs and orchestras of the district with the addition of men's and ladies' quartets, and junior choirs. This year there has been added a series of music contests, for the churches that wish to enter, beginning with the sub- district gorups, the choir and orchestra marked "superior" irolng to the district contest, which will" be held at Algona on Feb. 25, at 4 p. m., in tile public school building. Those; organizations receiving the "superior" rating at the district contest, will go to the conference contest, and compete with the choirs and orchestras of three other districts. The contests do not affect the music festivals In the least. Every choir and orchestra, whether they have a contest or not, which has practiced the required music sufficiently to sing it at a regular Sunday service, is eligible to Join the other choirs In the music festival at Algona on Sunday evening, February 25 at 7:30 p. m. Professors MacCoUin and Kuciuski of the Conservatory of Music, Sioux City, Iowa, will conduct the choirs and orchestras at the festival. Professor Ku- cinskl has promised to bring his violin along, and play it. He is a very talented violinist, and his playing will be a great asset to the festival program. The rehearsals for the festival will begin about 5:45 p. m. Those desiring to bring their lunches will find a place to eat them in the Methodist church. Every lover of good music will want to attend these meetings. They are all free to the public. An oHering will be taken to defray the expenses of Professors MacCollin and Kucinskl, arid also to pay the rental of the school building. Yes Sir! Bill—the old car's safe for the family again, and those two front tires cast me only $1.00 each. - How? Just go to Gamble Stores and you can get your 2nd tire In each, pair for only $1.00 mote. a Leo Swanson was In De.s Moines the past week on business. Oharles Seymour has been on the sick list the past week. Charles Nleman attended a hardware convention In Des Moines the oast week. Henry Prlester and Peter Neu wont to Clinton, Missouri, for a visit, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jamfis Conway are the parents of a bnby boy, born on Tuesday night. Tom Weir, A. D. Brognn and Maurice Cullen were In Algona Wednesday On business. C. L. Cayanaugh left the first of the week to attend a druggists convention held at Sioux City. Mrs. EUej entertained a number of her lady friends Saturday afternoon, It being her 87£h birthday. Cornelia Kollasch of Bancroft spent the past week with her aunt, Mrs. Tony Schmltt, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford attended the funeral of Eugene Keith at Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kuecker of West Bend visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Walker Sunday. James White and his nephew, Maurice White of Manilla visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Parka and Norma Jean of Clarion visited with Mike Thul and Peter Schumacher Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and family of Corwith spent Sunday with Mrs. Bode's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Els- cle. Mr. and Mrs. ..Tim O'Brien and their daughter, Mary Joyce, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan at Bancroft. The Mallard independents won over the Whittemore indepedents on the lo-. cal floor Thursday evening by a score of 51 to 37. Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. John Kenefick nnd son, Michael of Algona visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Maurice Cullen. A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Locke at Algeria Saturday. Mrs. Locke was the mother of Mrs. James Walker. Mrs. John Ryan of Chicago came on Friday morning for a few days' visit with her father. Ed Burke, who Is suffering with erysipelas. Ralph Bartlett was at Ames the past week attending a buttcrniakcrs' short course nnd attending a meeting of the new dairy control urogram. Mr. nnd. Mrs. J. M. Fleming are the proud parents at a baby girl born on Friday nlaht. Tola given them, a family Of five '«taT»' and -trawe IMPS*.*-'""*"-''* ' Mrs. Cecelia Elbert and daughter, Marjorle spent the week end visiting Mary Elizabeth Elbert. who is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaudt, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Vaudt were called to Waterloo. 111., by the serious Illness of Mrs. Wolfe who Is the mother of the Mrs. Vaudts. M. W. Fandel received word from Mrtamora, Illinois, that his uncle. Joseph Stlckclmaler. ST., died at his home, February 14. He was also the uncle of Peter Fandel and Cooney Alig. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker of Dclavan. Minn., attended the funeral of Mrs. Locke and spent Sunday with Jnmss Walker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert of Whittemore and Mrs. Frank Brolimer of Wilmot. Minn.. went to Iowa Citv Tuesday morning to visit Mrs. Schrier and aL"*> to be there for her operation. The pupils who won first place in tho declamatory contest at the Presentation academy will represent the school at Bancroft Friday. February 23. They are Marguerite Firming, Marcella Cullen and Edward Ford. Mr. ana Mrs. James Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell, Mrs. Carl Ebert. Mrs. Joseph Loobacli and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker nnd family attended the funeral of Mrs. Walker's mother. Mrs. I.ocke, 92, in AlKoutL, Saturday afternoon. O. J. Knschmltter received word on Tuesday evening from Iowa Citv that his nvothe_r Mrs. Schrier was to be op- i rated on early Wednesday morning. 50 lie and Richard Kn,-.chniitt<T °' Whittemore. John of Alton and Henry of Sheldon K'ft sit nidnight to be then' for the operation. Mrs. Schrier is doing fairly well. 00,0^'Xta.oo.o.oaooxio.ciooooitAoao'oi' I SEXTON NEWS § A Pact*. Mr. Glnve is the father of Mrs. Neahring. A number of Sexton folks attended the sub-distrnct rmisin festival hrld In tho Methodist church In Algona on Sunday evening. The choirs mm Kurt. Titonka. Algona nnd Sexton were the only ones that sang. There were 12 in the Sexton choir. Mrs. John White, her daughter. Mrs. John Zwiefel and the lattrr's little son, John, all of Rochester, Minnesota, left for their homes by bus from Sexton Saturday morning, after attending the funeral Monday of their brother- in-law and uncle. William Mason, a retired mall carrier st LuVerne. The Sexton Ladles' Aid meeting that was held last week Thursday afternoon In Wesley at the church parsonage with Mrs. McNulty entertaining, was well attended. A very Interesting lesson was taken from the third chapter of Esther. A very delicious lunch was served by Mrs. McNulty. There were about 26 present. A new member was welcomed Into the Aid. being Mrs. Glen Zwiefel, who lives lust southwest, of Sexton on the McGregor road. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. Alexander Evans hns born nuitr ill with the flu. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Eustace are having the mumns. A valentine party was held nt the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jess Llndrbnk Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wermersen were In Algona last week to sec Mrs. B. F. Burtls who Is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Biglnes visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard In Reawlck. The Good Will club met Thursday with Mrs. George Wolf. The assistant hostess was Mrs. Bert Sankcy. Several couples enjoyed the game of hearts nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Phillips Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Snooner. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blglngs attended tho wrestling tournament at clarion Saturday evening. Tho VTotliorUst t.nrtf/"!' AM enrlet.* was divided into three grmins Wednesday, one group being entertained at tha home of Mrs. Harold Phillips, the second fnwin m."t nt tho h-nrnr of Mrs. Peter Thompson nnd the third irrow» with Mrs. Arthur Hof. Our Business... Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal loltzbauer's Tin Shop 119 S. Dodge St. Phone 83. a-tf Mr. and Mrs. Fn-d Neahrinu and ton, Dou.tUl, v.i-re Sunday afternoon visitors at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pauz and family, north of town. Mrs. Josephmo Stanioii and son, Mark of Aluona visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and JJ^'S. Jumes Brophy and rur mother, Mr;,. Mary Neunmn. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and four little daughters of near St. Benedict, were Sunday visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, west of town. Mrs. May Harris and daughter. Mary- were Monday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hau- sL-n near Wesley. Mrs. Hiuiien is a daughter of Mrs. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Erwiii Busemun and infant ton drovo to Bclmond Sunday where they visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huupt and family. Mr;>. liusenian's little sifter caiue home with thtui lor a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter. Edith, ciitertaini-d at dinner at their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. An^t-I D. Hiciiard of Aluona and other company. Mrs. Richards and Mrs. OreenJJLld are sisters. Mr. and Mi>. Henry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fischer of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black of northeast of town were Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson und ftujiily eA>t of town. Henry Glave of Bi'Ut, came over to Sexton last week Tuesday where he took care of (he champliu Oil station for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahruw whito they attended the funeral oi Charles February FURNITURE SALE Only a Few More Days Left to Take Advantage of Our Feb. Low Prices If you Furniture, Rugs or Linoleum Buy Nowv Best Assortment, Lowv est Prices in Northwest Iowa, FOSTER'S Furniture Company You Read It in the Algona Upper DesMoines QO]o>&tttt&&a<ii:i^ "ill " """ ""'

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