The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 15,1934 ffflTTEMORE YODNG COUPLE WED IN DOUBLE RING, CHURCH SERVICES Meta Ostrom, Bride of Earl Fuoss; To Live Hear Whittemore WWttemorc: A very pretty wedding •<w*pl*ee at St. Paul's Lutheran «httpch Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock •wnen Meta Ostrom and Earl Fuoss We united In marriage, Bev. W. H. rascner performing the double ring The bride was gowned In a beautiful •wnlte satin ankle length dress and a tap-shaped trailing veil and carried a wnniet of Talisman roses and white JTteses. She had two bridesmaids, Hilda Ostrom, who wore a yellow rough crepe dress of ankle length and her wraquct was of pink carnations, and Erna Meier, who wore a lavender silk «repe ankle-?»ngth dress and carried •pink carnations. The bride Is the eldest daughter of ^f Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Ostrom. The Bridegroom Is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fuoss. They are both well known In this community, having spent their entire life here. A reception was held at the bride's Home to a number of relatives and friends. The newlyweds will live on the farm of the bridegroom's father. Tnelr many friends wish them many Tears of a happy wedded life. The relatives from a distance to attend the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. <Jharles Bell of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ostrom, of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mathers and daughter, Arlene of Rolfc, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Mrs. Edw. Bast and daughter, Khna of Algona. Mrs. Prank Parrell spent Monday •with her parents In Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elertck were visiting relatives in Penton Thursday. Walter Taake returned to the Lutheran hospital In Port Dodge recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy of Algona visited friends here Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crook of Emmetsburg visited relatives Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kellls and son, Herbert visited relatives In Port Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James GfeeJan end son were visiting relatives in Ruthven, Sunday. Andrew S. Elbert and John Kollftsch were business visitors in Swea City on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert and family of Garner were visiting relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weir and family spent the wek end visiting friends at Whiting. Mrs. McCreery was on the sick list the past week. Nelda Crawford, R. N. is her nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montag and family were Sunday visitors with relatives at Emmetsbiirg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Irv- Ington visited Mr. and Mrs. Pramk Seeley Thursday. Mrs. Frank Schattachneider and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hengel at Penton. Father Wjm. Hyland of Sioux City visited a few days with his brother. Father J. J. Hyland. Mr. and Mrs. Ooerge Dahlke and family of Manson visited Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Butler and daughter, Ruth Ann qf Algona visited Mrs. Roy Crawford a few days the past week. House Cleaning? Spring house cleaning time is the time to redecorate your home. We have a complete line of the well known Devoe Enamels Paints, Varnishes Have you tried "Clean- All" for cleaning your woodwork and walls. It docs real work and saves labor. Call and Sec Our Complete Line. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 , Jim J?ool, Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ewer nra the parents of a baby boy born Tuesday. TWs Is their first child. Thomas Cannody and son, George were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Ed cartnody at Oraettinger Sunday. Johnnie Parrell and Joe Faber took a truck load of cattle to Sioux City on Sunday for Melbourne Simpson. Alice and Francis Duffy, Mae Higley were dinner guests Sunday with Helen and Leona McMahon of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner and Oeraldine of Mason C' 1 ? spent Sunday With Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finr.ell. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Knecht and family of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Knecht and family Sunday. Mrs. Peterson and her father, John O'Donnell of Storm lake visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming Sunday. Eileen O'Brien and Kathleen Holte- bauer of Algona visited Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Patricia Wclr Sunday. Mrs. Thomas McDonald, Harold, Zita, Irene and Francis Rlngler visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McMahon Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Witham was able to return to her home Friday after being confined to the McCreery hospital a few days. Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Cairy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Galloway of Eagle Grove were dinner guests at the Dr. H. E. Woodward hojne Sunday even- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaschmitter and baby took Mrs. Frank Brehmer and Mrs. Schrler to Wllmot, Minn., Wednesday. The Kaschm liters returned home Friday. Prof, and Mrs. Behnke received word from Chicago that a babv girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp. Mrs. Haberkamp was formerly Gertrude Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Montgomery of Emmetsburg, Pat Montgomery of Graettlnger, Mrs. Tora Bigley of Los Angeles, California visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Higgms Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and daughters, Catherine, Teresa and Ann and Teresa Kollasch, went to Sheldon Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter and family. They returned home Friday. The Young People social meeting of St. Paul's Lutheran church will be held in the school basement Thursday evening. Those entertaining are Ber- nlce Balgeman, Lester Baas, Tille Wagner, Esther Ostwald and Bernard Bell. O. J. Kaschmitter and son, Leon went to Iowa City Sunday and returned Tuesday accompanied by his mother Mrs. Schrler and his slater, Mrs. Frank Brehmer. Mrs. Schrler had spent the past month in the hospital there. The Ladies' Aid of'St. Paul's Lutheran church met Friday afternoon In the school hall. The hostessea appointed for the next time are Mesdames Jessen, Ed Maahs, Archie Volgt and Walter Vaudt, Herman Vaudt, Paul Herman Voigt. Mrs. Herman Keene's remains were brought here Monday morning from Des Moines for burlnl in the Catholic cemetery north of town. Herman Kecire and two daughters, Catherjne and Lucille and Tony Keene of Des Moines attended the funeral. George Vogt of Glen Haven, Wis., Is visiting John Leinenbach and H. W. Gcelan this week. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hesse. The Hesses attended the funeral of Mrs. Peter Thll- (tcs of Bode. Mr. Hess Is a brother of Mrs. Peter Orieger. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burdlne entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swansea, Mr. and Mrs J. IN Ublann«k0. .Mr. and Mr*. R. w. Oliver and Mrs. Alice Calry. After dinner bridge was played, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver winning high, prize. Bancroft Man to Be Ordained Next Sunday at Sioux City Bancroft: The ordination of Rev. Robert J. Qulnn will take place next Sunday, March 18th, by the Most Rev. Edmund Heelan, D. D.. In the Cathedral of the Epiphany in Sioux City. Rev. Quinn will read his first Mass in St. John's church Thursday, the 20th at 10 o'clock. Priests who formerly were of St. John's parish rill participate in the ceremony and She Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. t>. Flsch will deliver the sermon. Many friends and relatives will be presented also. A reception will be held in St. John's hall Tuesday evening. Ambrose Kennedy was an Algona visitor last Friday. Margaret Delterlng and Jessie Ste- britz drove to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Droessler drove to Des Moines last week on business. Dr. R. E. Weber, local veterinarian, attended a convention at Clear Lake last Friday. Cyril Deltering will be employed in a factory in Burlington. He left for that city last week. Tim H. Doocy, who was operated on last week for appendicitis, \g quite ill in the Wohnke hospital. Mrs. A. E. Leslie accompanied her son. Walter and family to Mason City to witness the basketball tournament. Mrs. Clarence Nemmers Is In a serious condition in the Wohnke hospital. She was taken there Sunday and operated on for appendicitis. Mrs. M. L. Schlltz visited her daughter, Mrs. Prtester of Wlhlttemore this week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz took her to Algona Thursday and Mrs. Prlester met her there. Mrs. W. A. Murray, Mrs. McClPlsch, son. Glen and Jim Murphy drove to Joltet, 111., Sunday io attend the funeral of Mrs. Walsh, a relative of Mrs. Murray and Mrs. McOtetsch. Mrs. A. H. Fuchs and Mrs. Henry Guide While In Charles City last week took in the sights In the green house. The reported it took two and one-half hours to drive through the grove of evergreens. Word was received by Bancroft friends of the death of Peter Ewun of Marble Rock, who died the 8th of February. Forty years ago he bought a farm from the Sheridan Brothers, where the Charles Inman family now lives. Bernice Kennedy, the second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy underwent an operation for appendicitis last Wednesday. Mrs. G. S. TJnderkofler was the nurse in charge. Father Norbert of tne Des Moines monastery, will be In charge of snrvcps next Sunday at St. John's during the absence of Father Scholtes who will attend the ordination of Father Quinn in Sioux City. Father Pick of Sutherland held n dinner In honor of the St. John's basketball team Sunday evening. The boys lett Bancroft around three, and arrived in Sutherland in time for the six o'clock dinner. Those attending were Coach Pohlman, Richard Underkofler. Father Soholtes, Lawretxce Delterlni?, Hpmel Murphy, Frank Baker. Urban Kramer. Lawrence Becker. Maynard Bolster, Kenneth Dcvine and Joe Saun- dcrs. Operations Hamper Girt In the girls' basketball tournament at Armstrong, Ledyard won their first game against Haifa 13 to 10. In the »emi-final> £edy«d tort to Axmatiomc 9 to 30. The local team was crippled because two of Its Dumber have been recently operated on for appendicitis. The Nick Koppfn famly visited Sunday afternono at the S. P. Powers home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft spent Monday evening nt the home of the Wade Balls. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bchultz of Lone Rock were guests Sunday evening at the Carl Zoller home. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bail were entertained at Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ukena. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball were entertained at a duck dinner Thursday evening at the E. A. Wortman home. Mrs. Herman Gollnow who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Mabus, west of town, fell last week and broke her arm. The Harvey Johnson family visited on Sunday afternoon with Harvey's sister. Mrs. D. Snyder and family at Algona. The Ledyard Loyal Laborers 4-H club will meet on Saturday afternoon, March 17th at th« home of Mary Miller. The Wm. Rlcklefs family of Tltonka nnd the Harold Madtske family of Elmore visited Sunday at the Jim Brutr home. The wives of the elders and trustees of the Presbyterian church spent last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. E. Smith. Mrs. C. O. Peterson went to Buffalo Center on Monday evening where she expected to undergo an operation for appendicitis Tuesday. The Mesdamw Jim and Peler Bni- er, Connie Roelfsema and Wade Ball attended an Auxiliary meeting at Buffalo Center, Monday afternoon. Russell Winter who Is recovering from his recent operation, had an attack of pleurisy last week, but is getting along nicely at this writing. The members of Mrs. J. A. Bnrger's Sunday School class and a few friends met at her home on Tuesday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. C. K. Rlppentrop visited last Friday and Saturday at the homes of her daughters, tine Mesdames Michael Winter and Earl Goodnow at Mason City. The Ed Looft family and Mrs. Margaret Looft were at Swea City on Sunday where they went to get acquainted with the new boy at the Fred Looft home. Harold Johnson and Charles Zoller spent Saturday at the Wade Ball home. In the afternoon they were Joined by Bobby Beemer, Winston Schroeder and Bobby Powers. The R. T. Estle family of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith spent last Thursday evening at the Henry Mitchell home. The occasion was Henry's birthday. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Freridng and Fern Lewis were at Bancroft last Friday evening where they attended a county Sunday School convention, that was held at the Baptist church. Don't Get Up Nights THIS 26c TEST FREE If It Fails Use this bladder laxative. Drive out ;he Impurities and excess acids which cause the Irritation bhat wakes you up. Get a regular 25 cent box of BUKETS, made from, buchu leaves, Juniper oil, etc. After four days' test, If not satis- fled, go back and get your 25c. They work on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. Bladder irregularity is nature's danger signal and may warn you of trouble. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and youget your .regular •!•«&. _\ E. W. Lusby, Druggist, Algona, and w, J. Denton, Druggist, Tltonka, say Buk< eta Is a best seller. » Miss Martha Holcomb of Swpa City Is helping out at the C. O. Peterson home while Mrs. Prtrrson Is In the hospital at Buffalo Center, rccovrrine fiom her recent appendicitis operation. The trustees and elders and their wives of the Presbyterian c!mrch mot Monday evening at the home of Hcv. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng to attend to business matters and to spend a social evening. Miss Emma Gutkneoht accompanied by Mrs. Fred Kienltz and Mrs. Delia Smith, drove to Mason City, Friday, and spent the day. They were accompanied home by Miss Lena Outknecht nnd little Gencvieve Bruer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clausscn and daughter. MUdred of Goodrich, Minn, arrived here the latter part of lust week for a visit with Mrs. Claussen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ennen and many other relatives in this vicinity. The TJiaves Sisters entertained the following guests at a seven o'clock dinner last Friday evening, Mrs. JulU Wortman, Gertrude Wortman. Audrey Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball, Emma, Lena, Chas. and Edward Gutknecht,' Genevieve Bruer and Lou Thaves. Among those reprosonllni? the Acorn club nt the county Federation meeting held at Algona last week were Mrs. Wm. Tin-ley. Mrs. JulH Wortman. Mrs. J. E. Ukena, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mrs. Harvey Johnson. Mrs. \V. E. Ley Mrs. Harry Mussman. Mrs Williams. Mrs. Delia M. Smith nnd Miss Emma Gutknecht. Thoso rpprt-wntlng t.hp Priscilla club were Mrs. Hilmcr Hansen. Mrs. George Heetlaml and Mrs. Nick Behrends. The Ledyard township Farm Bureau met last Frjday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, northwest of town. An orchestra from Swen City played several selections. Mrs. O. H. sang two solos, and several numbers were sung by the octet ot City. Mrs. J. E. Telcamp gave ft review on the training school lewwn on Home Sanitation. Myron Johnson of Bugle township, gnve n talk on hybrid corn. A lunch was served at the close of the evening. The New Off-the- Face Hats Smartly dressed women come to 'The Elite" for exclusive hats. This season we are showing unusually attractive styles—the clever off-the-face styles, those saucy Breton sailors, the new big brims and turbans. $2.95 and up The ELITE Shop Two More Carloads of CHEVROLETS Just Arrived Come and * " See Them « * Chevrolet is building 100,000 cars during March to fulfill the growing demand. The February output was 72,273, Kohlhaas Bros. Garage Phone 200. 40th ANNIVERSARY SALE 40th This is Our Birthday.. • Your Party Come early and take advantage of these wonderful values. Save Money on BrownBilt Blue Ribbon Work Shoes They're ruggedly made for long comfortable service. Get a pair now while prices are lowest. 1.98 to 3.50 p* .<p I I I I I Men's Broken Sizes good BrownBilt styles in most sizes . .. but not all sizes in eveiy style. Come early for these. 2.45 to 5.95 Sale Begins Thursday Morning March 15 SAVE on the extra wear in these 100 per cent leather BrownBilt Shoes ... and their special low price during this sale. EARLY SPRING SALE OF Here's Amazing Value in Shoes for Boys GOOD NEWS FOR YOU Those nationally famous 100 per cent leather, high quality BrownBilt Shoes for Men & Women Buster Brown Shoes for Girls and Boys Many with the TREAD STRAIGHT Health principle—for easy comfort will now become our featured line of footwear for all the family. Try these smartly styled, long wearing, comfortable shoes and know the real meaning of greater value and SHOE SATISFACTION. Super Values in Hosiery WOMEN'S—Pure silk, popular weights. MEN'S—Plain or striped, long wearing. CHILDREN'S—Colorful hose strongly made. 10c to 49c Brownell Shoe Co. 1.69 tO 2.95 16 East State St. Algona, Iowa Sale Begins Thursday Morning March 15 Come Early! You'll want to be the first to choose from these marvelous values. Look What You Save On These Children's Shoes they're sturdy . . . real Brown- Bilt quality . . . but priced r*- diculously low. 1.65 to 2.65 ^^•UV^^^ Sensational Values in this Special Broken Size Grouping Boys' and girls' shoes .. . popular styles . . . and record- breaking savings. 1.95 Special Values This group includes some of the season's favorite Brown- Bilt styles. Come early to get them at these low prices. 1.48 to 2.95 Just Arrived new footwear fashions to flatter your gayest costume. 2.95 to 5.00

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