The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 19,1934 FENTON WOMEN NAME OFFICERS FORNEWYEAR Mrs. Light, Mrs. Ohm, Mrs. : Voettler, Weisbrod Are Elected 3ow. Part of the evening was spent In dancing and refreshments were served by the self-invited guests. Entertains QntHlnj Party Mrs. O. H. Graham entertained at quilting parties last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Attending on Tuesday were Mesdames J. H. Graham, Fred Rlngs- dorf, William Boettcher and LeRoy Boettcher of Burt, E. C. ' Welsbrod, Charles Schemel and George Boettcher. On Wednesday: Mesdames F. H. Bonn, W. V. Yager, Bay 8t£*ber, A. J. Krause, Charles Weisbrod, E. C. WeL<* brod and Charles Bchemmel. Penton: The Woman's club held their regular meeting last Thursday at the fl 00 ^ of Mrs. E. W. Ruske with Mrs. W. P. Weisbrcxl assistant hostess. Nineteen members were nresent. Mrs. Ernest Voettler read -a paper on "How Our Laws Are Made." Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod gave an interesting travelog of her trip to the Swrth. illustrated by many snapshots. Tr*e club voted on a ten dollar donation to the local diphtheria immunization Tun<J. Election of officers was held w*tr» the following results: president. Mrs. Emma Idght; vice president. Mrs. W. T. Ohm: secretary, Mrs. Ernest Voettl-er; treasurer, Mrs. Hattle Welsbrod. The recreation period was in charge of Sirs. Light and consisted of charades and guessing games. Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs. C. C. Kern wer? dab guests. Obenerve Birthday Amos F&nne&tad was agreeably surprised by friends and neighbors last Thursday evening. The occasion was his birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at five tables. George Jentz received cut Tvrize and W. V. Yager, the FOR RECORDER I am a candidate on the Democratic ticket for Becord-er of Kos- sutti County, subject to the will of the voters at the June primary. Your vote and support will be ap- prociate<l. ELEANOR J. RAHM 15-16* M. E. Otterness. Ernest Voettler and A. J. Krause purchased new 1934 Chevrolets last week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beeder were six o'clock dinner guests at the C. L. Osborn home Saturday evening. The annual Father and Son banquet was held at the MethodBst church Friday evening. About 140 were served. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Landsteiner and family of Fairmont visited Sunday at Mtrs. Landsteiner's sister, Mrs. Ernest Voettler and family. The interior of the Asa Warner building has been redecorated and leased to Dr. 8. W. Meyer who has moved his office linto the building. Adice Hantlentan "was seriously 111 with pneumonia last week. She was taken to the McCreery hospital in Whittemore and ds improving. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, William John and a Mr. Hunt of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were •entertained at the W. E. Stoeber home Sunday. Mrs. John Kramer and children were called to Bradgate Friday by the serious illness of Mr. Kramer's father, Andrew Kramer. Mr. Kramer Is staying with his father. Herman Schultz and children, Mabel and Carl and August Schultz of Klemme were visitors Sunday at the homes of Boy Chrtschilles, John Menz and Mrs. Kate Menz. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Shuttleworth, Arthur Armstrong, William Lund and Thadlas Shuttleworth of Blue Earth, Minn., were visitors at the T. N. McFall home Sunday. H. G. Losse of Lake City came Saturday for a visit with his daughter, Mrs J. T. Snyder and family. Mrs. Losse who has been vflslting here for two weeks accompanied him home. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oeronsln anc MAGAZINE BARGAINS for our Readers In combination Kossuth county's first newspaper The Algona Upper Des Moines No. 1 e , m McCall'., 1 year --.- ------ $1.00 Algona U. D. M., 1 year ___2.00 Price Our Special Price $2.25 2S70. 2 Red Book, 1 year $2.50 Algona U. M. D., 1 year _ $2.00 Regular Price 14.50 Our Special Price . $3.50 No. 3 McCails, 1 year $1.00 Red Book, 1 year $2.50 Algona U. D. M. f 1 year _ _ _$2.00 OTTOSEN GIRL WEDS WEST BEND YOUNG MAN IN SUNDAY RITES Gladys Holt Becomes Bride of Bernard Jacobs in Pretty Ceremony In a very pretty wedding ceremony performed at the Ottosen Lutheran church, Sunday afternoon, Gladys True, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt, Ottosen, became the bride of Bernard Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jacobs of West Bend. The Bev. Sande of Seneca, also pastor of the Ottosen church performed the ceremony, in the iresence of about 150 friends and rela- ,ives. The bride was attired in a beautiful white satin wedding dress, and wore a sheer, lace veil of flne texture. The jroom was attired in a dark serge suit. Lee Holt, brother of the bride, acted as groomsman, and was also attired in a dark suit, while the bridesmaid, Ir- ene Jacobs, sister of the groom, wore a coral gown with white accessories. Donald Jacobs and Floyd Holt were ushers. The bride is a graduate of the Ottosen high school, class of 1928, and the groom Is a graduate of West Bend high class of 1927. He is employed at the Farmers Elevator. West Bend. The young couple will live in West Bend. Mrs. Cliff Lander played Mendelssohn's Wedding March as the bridal couple approached the altar, and during the ceremony Miss Vivian Watnem sang two beautiful vocal solos. "Oh Promise Me" and "I Love You Truly." Out of town guests at the wedding were Lee Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waller and daughter, Wilma of Charles City. Miss Isabelle Gregorson of Humboldt, Caroline Bonnst«tter and Geo. Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Holt of Ellsworth, and son. Bayard, Mrs. C. M. Huxley and Mr. and Mrs. Don Pascoe of Huxley, and the John McCutctveon family of Fort Dodge. A wedding dinner waa served In the church after the ceremony. Our Special Price Price %&M $4.25 We welcome a chance to explain this offer further at our office, or see any of our field repreteatatives. The Algona Upper Des Homes "Established in 1865' their children, Rollin and Helen and James Schwartz drove to Eldora last week where they visited at the home of Mrs. Geronsin's sister, Mrs. Henrik Fauerby. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe were host and hostess to the Legion and Auxiliary at their regular meeting last week Monday evening. A card benefit will be held in the Legion rooms Tuesday evening, April 24. Mrs. Harold Valley and baby of Osseo, Minnesota, and Ruth Murray of Spring Lake, Minnesota, visited several days last week at the homes of their uncles, R. C. and George Goetsch, and aunt. Agnes Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wlsbrod and son, Maurice, Mrs. Emma Curry and Mrs. Kate Newel spent Sunday at the C. L. Osborn home. Hazel Weisbrod spent the week end at the Osborn home and returned home with her parents. The Mesdames Wilbur Huldorf, A. H. Meyers. J. F. Newel and Hattie Wels- brod drove to Kanawha last week Tuesday where they were delegates of the Woman's Forlgn Missionary society to the annual district convention held in the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod and son, Lester of this place and Irene Newel. and Maybelle Lawler of Behnond and Elizabeth Devtne of Llvermore were entertained at the Peter Hayenga home Sunday. The New Deal bridge club met last week Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Alvln Zumach. Dorothy Gerhard won travel pittze. Each member brought a gift and prizes drawn according to the scores for the year. Mrs. F. H. Bohn received high prize and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, second high. 24 Doan Neighbors Surprise Struthers on Wedding Date Doanr tasfButiday evening 24 neighbors and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers on their ninth wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played. Mrs. Roy Hansen won high score and Mrs. Struthers consolation prize. Dale Struthers lost a valuable mare and colt last week, neighbors attended the LeRoy Johnson A large number of old friends and funeral Monday. The Walter Anderson home is ags!:i under quarantine for scarlet fever, another ere of the children L-> having; B slight ctse of fever. The baseball season opened Sunday on the home diamond, the Portland and Doan boys playing. The score was 7 to 8 In favor of Doan. The Doan bazaar will b» held Thursday evening. The Aid meeting at the home of Mrs. Struthers was well attended, the ladies spending the afternoon quilting. Ted Hoover went to Iowa City last week to see a specialist about his shoulder, which he had injured last summer. His shoulder Is In a cast now which will have to stay on for two months. BURTCLUB HOLDS MEETING, MONDAY Mrs. W. A. Peters is Hostess to Group; Program of Interest to care for the Burt cemetery. Jim Armstronff took rnre of thr cemetery last year. Emil. Lepk redently purchased the Adam Heerdt farm northwest of Burt. Mr. Leek sold his farm near Sexton last year. Allan Graham came up from DCS Moines Saturday to spend the week end with his parent--?, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carman and two Burt: The Woman's club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. W. A Peters with Miss Lulu Hawcott assisting. Boll call was answered by Magazines I IJke Beet and Why. "Covers and Contributors" was given by Mrs. D. L. McDonald, "Editorials" by Miss Myrtle Hanna, "Scenes In Shops" by Mrs. Helen Vogel, "Advertisements" by Mrs. Erma Pratt, "Bright Sayings" by Mrs. W. T. Peters, and "Household Hints" by Mrs. K. J. Smith. New Players on Team The flrst baseball game of the season was played here Thursday afternoon. The three following Burt boys will be new players this semester on the team, Cecil Long, Kenneth White and Lopen Clayton. The west Kossuth county tournament will be held here Saturday of this week. Builds Own Milk Wagon Floyd Duncan has built a new milk wagon for delivering his milk and cream. It Is on a Ford chassis and has a refrigerator in the box to keep the rnllk arid cream in good condition in warm weather. Herman Bunkofske spent last weok in Cedar Baplds. Virginia and Viola Trenary are ill with the measles. Melbourne MansmHh began work last week for Wm. Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Oodden, Mrs. Roy Clark and Mm. VrM Jennings drove to Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft and children spent Sunday at the Frank Looft home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling of Algona were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood Sunday. Lloyd Elston came up from Wellman, where he is working and will spend a week here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and two children visited his two brothers near Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday. Henry Ewoldt has been hired for the SENECA NEWS Frank Deverie, farmer north of Seneca moved on the Ole Johanson farm north of Duluth, Minn., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson and daughter, Marjorie and Floyd Johnson visited with relatives at Spirit Lake. Delores Murphy of Fairmont, Minn., returned to her home Saturday after visiting a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harden of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper were in Algona last Saturday to get acquainted with their new granddaughter, which was bom last Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee. This makes them a family of two girls. DRINK DELICIOUS YERBAVIDA Instead of Tea or Coffee Anyone suffering tfrom headaches, Nervousness, Loea of Sleep, or Stomach Trouble, should try drinking delicious Yerbavlda n place or tea and coffee. This remarkable beverage, known as the "Plant of lAte." neut- arUaes the poisonous adds in the body, relaxes the nervous system, correct* stomach distress and brings about sound, refreshing sleep. In a short time you will notice a great improvement in your health, your nerves will be steady, and you vUl be full of pep and vitality. Yerbavlda u inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 340 cups can be obtained tar only »1JO. it your locui druggist cannot supply you. accept no substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavida Sates Co., «U Southwest BWg., Los Angeles. Oantomla. Or a ao-n*ge book "The Stacy of Yerb- avid*" free on request. , Far Sale at LusbVs Drug Store. sons of Ccrwlth spent Sunday afternoon here with Mrs. Carman's father, W. D. Kearns. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hctfdke from near Spencer were guests Sunday at the F. L. Pratt home. Mrs. Heidke was formerly Miss Marie Webster. Mrs. Schmidt, who has been visiting her son, at Sac City for several months returned to Burt Sunday. She will stay with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Thaves. L. R. Daniels drove to Algona Sunday to get his daughter, Artie, w°ho spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Carrie Taylor and daughter. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell went to Titonka Sunday after church where they atended a surprise birthday party Riven in honor of Rev. Muhleman's birthday. Fred Rdngsdorf. Marion CbApman and H. A. Smith were called to Algona Monday to serve on jury. They were dismissed owing to the death of Judge DeLand's wife H. W. Trainer has rented the R. A. Bleich place in the south part of town and will move soon. The Trainers are now living in the house recently purchased by Jim Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher and hefr children drove to Eagle Drove Sunday to get Mrs. Boettcher's mother, Mrs. J. N. Holding, who had been vis- ting relatives there the past week. Miss Cleo Weldon and her mother visited here recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hawcott. Miss Weldon, who was «• former teacher here, is now teaching in the schools at Coon Rapids. Dr. M. G. Bourne and H. W. Miller of Algona, Mrs. Opal Morrison of Lu- Verne and Miss Kuckenbecker of West Bend were dnner guests Sunday even- Ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf visited at the home of thdtr son. Ray in Algona Saturday. Mrs. Ray Ladendorf received the sad news of the death of her sister. Mrs. Joe Wilson at Sioux City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Schultz and children and Mrs. Minnie WMtmus from near Bancroft spent Thursday evening at the Jerry Neallng home. It was Mrs. Nealing's birthday and they gave her a surprise. The Queen Esther girls entertained their mothers at a tea and a fine pro- grom last Friday atfernoon at the church dining room. All enjoyed the profrram given by their girls and the leader, Mrs. C. E. Hammer. Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks mov- •°d to thedr farm In Portland township last week where they will farm this year. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks have moved on the Fairbanks farm recently vacated by the carl Watkiis family. A birthday dinner was given Sunday at the J. O. MoDonaVd homo In honor of Mrs. Mary McDonald's 77th birthday. Those present were Mrs. Anna Stow, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nelson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elvidge and children, Mrs. Maude Hanna and son, Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood went to Hardy last Friday where they attended the funeral of a cousin. They also visited Mrs. Lockwood's parents at Renwick, Saturday and Sunday. Their son. Dale had the misfortune to cut his hand on a tin can and it was necessary to have several stitches taken to close the wound. Kossuth Auxiliary Works on Skit to be Given at Fort Dodge Swea CHy: A skit, "The Iowa Le- gionalrre" will be written and presented by the American Legion Auxiliary units of Kossuth county at the district pep meeting to be held May 8 at Fort Dodge. The skit, will be given during the day's program, when each county of the eighth district will be given an opportunity to appear on the program. The skits are original and are of 15 minutes' duration. The next regular county meeting will be held at Algona June 5. An election of county officers will take place. TITONKA NEWS Wm. Rlcklefs. Fred Bcrnken, Severt Pannkuk and Ken Fisher were in Algona last Thursday. J. J. Cosgrove of Mason City was a visitor the past week at the home of l)is sister, Mrs. Jim Breen. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andrews wore Mason City callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vene Wilson and their daughter spent Sunday visiting with their son, and brother. John Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. George Kruger and family of Minneapolis arrived Tuesday at the Henry Swalvc home for a visit. Miss Carol Rcascr came down with the measles this week. Thfls Is the first case reported In Titonka this year. Mrs. George Fox who has been very ill at the Wentz home the past three weeks was well enough to \>s taken home Tuesday i n the ambulance. The Misses Edith and Hazel Budlong of Hampton came Saturday evening to visit over Sunday with their mother. Mrs. J. J. Budfong. Sr., and other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ted Dunmire and family was a week end visitor at Newton. Miss Alletw Johnson and Lela Stephens accompanied th-em as far as Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken drove to Decorah Friday to get their son, Edward, who has been In the colKge infirmary suffering from the mumps and tonsllitis the past three weeks. Fifty-five boys and girls of the Titon- high school Rlee club and junior high. e club including the high school orchestra and band participated In the music festival held at Algona Saturday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Pendergast returned from Watertown, South Dakota. Wednesday. They had planned on go- Ing to Canada but while visiting at Watertown Mrs. Pendergast became 111 and so they came home as soon as shff was better. For County Attorney T lioroby announce my candidacy for the office of (bounty Attorney of Kossutli ooiinty, Iowa, subject to the will of the Democratic voters at. the primary election. Your vote and support will he appreciated. MAURICE C. McMAHON 16-17 EVERSHARP Adjustable Point Fountain Pens If you've ever bought a pen that wrote "sweet" iii the store—only to turn "sour" on you in a few short months—you'll cheerfully welcome Ev- ersharp's newest invention. THE EVERSHARP Adjustable Point Pen Here's a pen you adjust yourself to suit your own particular style of writing. See this remarkable pen. Try it. Remember—it's the onlv pen that can give, you J) different, writing lines with ONE POINT. Ideal (or Gifts The only pen you dare give as a gift. For the receiver can adjust it to suit his own stylo of writing. Come in and let us show you this remarkable pen. Wehler's Jewelry Store Diamonds, Watches, Silverware Fine Watch and Jewelry Tfepairing Phone 240 ' Algona, la. ON DISPLAY To DAY! 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