The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1934 MITTAG-MEYERS WEDDING DINNER HELD AT FENTON LAST SUNDAY Young Couple Left For Honeymoon Trip to Wisconsin Points Fenton: The St. John's Lutheran church was the setting for a pretty wedding Sunday when Adella MHtag. daughter of Mrs. Mary MHtag, became the brido of Fred Meyers, son of Wm. Meyers. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitz officiated. The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried pink roses. Loretta and Lcrena Meyers were bridesmaids! and wore pastel shades of green anrt blue organdy. They carried pink and yellow snapdragons. Verdelle Boettcher and Carolina Hinte were flower girls. Rom Schmidt and Ferdinand Meyers attended the bridegroom. The wedding march from Lohengrin was played by R. C. Rehmer. A quartette composed of August Krause, EJvira Krause, R. C- Rehmer and Verlina loerger, sang "O Perfect Love." A six o'clock dinner was served to the immediate relatives. The louple left Tuesday for a week's visit with relatives in Watertown, Wisconsin. They will make their home on a farm near Lotto Creek. Mrs. Mayers Is a graduate of a ebauty culture school in Des Motnes and has conducted the Modern Curl Shop for the past several years. She will continue to operate by special appointment. Senior Claw Flay The seniors will present their class play. "The Man In the Moon," at the Fenton opera house Thursday and Friday nights. May 3 and 4. The play is a three act comedy. The cast of characters include Lloyd Cornelius. Robrrt Schwartz, Leo Kramer, Eddie Luedtke, Oscar Berkland, August Meyers, Mathilda R-jhnke, Virginia Frank, Lola Warner. Hazel Welsbrod, Marie Schal- lin and Ardls Volgt. Prennptial Shower A miscellaneous prenuptiai shower was held at 1ihe Alvin Zumach homr last Thursday evening, in honor of Lucille Zumach who will be married in the near future to Floyd Torger&on. Bridge was plaved at flve tables, Dorothy Gerhard won high prize, Lucille Theesfleld the cut prize and Verlina loerger, the low prize. After the open- Ing of marfc- beautiful gifts, a tw course lunch was served. Honor RrMeto Be About twenty-fire friends and rela lives gathered at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. August Zumach Sunday evenini for a prermptlal sliower on their daugh tor. Lucille Five hundred was play cd at. six tables. Mrs. Herman Krnu* won high honors, Mrs. Rheinhold Zu mach. the low. Refreshments wrre serv after the games. Mrs. A. H. Krause had h*r hand and forearm painfully injured in an electri wringer last week Tuesday. Eddie Lindsey fell last week while playing and badly sm-ained and slightly fractured his arm at the elbow. Mr. and Mi's. George Boettcher took their son. Donald to Iowa City Sunday for treatment for diabetes. Mildred Ootesch of Des Molnes came Saturday fcr a visit with her parenU Mr and Mrs. George Goetsch. The John KramPr family attended he funeral of Mr. Kramer's fath-er. Andrew Kramer at Bradgatc last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Relmers are he parents of a sewn pound boy, born Sunday. April 15. He was named Donald Dean. I am a. candidate for the republican nomination for supervisor in the 4th district, and your vote and support will be appreciated. Paul A. Nemitz Fenton 17-21* Mr. and Mrs WUHam Kent of Omo- m spent the week end at the home of Mrs Kent's parents, Mr. and Mrs H. "!. Lindsey. C. H. Geronsin Is nursing a badly >urned hand as a result of an explosion in trying to open up a clogged drain pipe. Mrs. J. T. Walte has been under a doctor's care the past week with an attack of asthma. Frieda Relmers is assisting with the work. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Losse of Lake City were over night visitors at the home of the former's sister Mrs J T Snyder and ffimlly last weefc. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fuller of Windom. Minn., were entertained Sunday at the F. P. Newel home. Mrs. Newel and Mrs. Fuller were old schoolmates. Mrs. H. E. Relmers entertained her sister, Mrs. Henry Wegeiver and Mrs. Anna Nelson, Mrs. Steussy and Mrs. Powell all of Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. F. w. Daries and daughter Velma and husband of Armstrong were visitors last week Monday at the home of Mrs. Daries' sister. Mrs. Mlno Behrends. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz entertained her sewing circle last week Wednesday afternoon. The Hook and Needle club met with Mrs. E. D. White the same afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Laage, Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz attended a meeting of the St. Thomas Guild last week at the home of Mrs. W. E. Laage's mother, Mrs. Henry TJaden near Algona. E. A. Huskamp is a candidate for the nomination of supervisor of Independ- If tiiis hat could talk! "I was a dirty, soggy old hat— discarded because I was out of style. My owner saw this ad and had me rebuilt and restyled-now I'm a "BUNNYTAIL" POPULAR SUYE FOR 1*14 My, but he is proud of me! SEND US TOUR HATS AND HAVI THIM M-IUILT ANP II- STYUD LIKI NIW.. The ELK Cleaners & Tailors 1 Phone JEW). S4VES THE PRICE OF A NEW HAT I SENO YOUR HAT O D A Y Our 24th successful year of dry cleaning service in Algona. Delivery service twice a week in '.W towns. A SHOE STORE Is the Logical Place to Buy Shoes and Brownell's stun- lias b.-cn ivliahlv serving satisfied Kossuth county shoe customers* since 1H94. END OF APRIL SPECIALS Pumps and Ties Women's attractive spring and summer patterns, neweit styles, quality workmanship. $2.95 to $5.00 Children's Sandala Slippers A complete line of sturdy sandals and slippers. $1.15 to $2.65 Boys'-Youths' Oxfords $1.65 to $2.95 Men's Work Shoes $1.98 to $3.50 Men's Dress Oxfords $2.45 to $9.00 Genuine Keds For boys and girls—play or gym $1.00 to $1.50 BROWNELL Shoe Co. For All tla- Family." ence, PalrfleM and Fern Valtey town ships on the democratic ticket. Mr Huskamp was a, candidate three years ago and lost by only a few votes. Mrs. Harve Hlgky returned last week from Rochester, Minn., where she wen after a week's illness following a rup lured appendix. Mrs. Hlgley's bloot pressure was too high to perform an operation at present and she expect, to return for the operation In abou seven weeks. Mrs. R A. Welsbrod entertained a three tables of bridge in honor of he birthday anniversary Friday night. Mrs E. C. Welsbrod received high prize, Ag nes Goetbch the travel prize "and Mrs Charles Schemel the low. Other guest were Mesdames O .H. Graham, R. c OoEtsch, J. A. Schwartz. F. P. Newel W. R. Wolfe, F. H. Eigler, H. C. Lindsey, S. W. Meyer and C. H. Geronsin LOTTS GREEK NEWS &&oGv&&y : &^^ f. P. S. Meets The Young People's society met on Friday evening. April 20th. Five hundred, bunco and chess were played. In flve hundred. Esther Potratz won high and Orlo Llesener, low. Margaret Flene won high prize in bunco and Lucille Meyer, low. The Radlga were on the serving committee, and Helen Radlg, Martin Potratz and Mildred Laabs on the entertainment committee. Last Pariah Meeting The last parish evening of the season was held in the school basement on Wednesday, April 18th. After selections by the Little German Band and two songs by the quartette flve hundred was played. Mrs. carl Zumach and Alex Radig won the high prizes. Due to the busy season only a fair slz- d crowd attended the meeting. The parish evenings will be continued again n the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau visited at the Emll Laabs home on Sunday vening. Next Friday will be visiting day at he local parish school. Everyone is nvited to attend. English church services will be conducted at the local church next Sunday at ten o'clock. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Flene and Mr. nd Mrs. Wm. Schmiel attended the rteyer-Mittag wedding at Fenton on Sunday. WESLEY NEWS Miss Elizabeth Wagener of Dubuque arrived here Friday for an Indefinite tay at the home of her brother. Father A. J. Wagener. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Ethel were guests at the home of Mrs. Bra- ey's brother. Carl Emmons and fam- y at Emmons, Minn. Miss Myrna Burreil who teaches in he public school at Lake City spent aturday and Sunday here with her ister, Mrs. A. M. Lease. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huber and Kathe>:n drove to Mason City the fore part f this week to get his mother, Mrs. O. Hubert, who will visit them indefln- tely. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lofar and children and Miss Mary Hutcltmson of Fort Dodga were Sunday visitors and guests at the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs. William E. Hutchlnson. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and amily of Irvnigton and Mi« F'orentc Johnson and friend of LuVerne were visitors at the howf of their sister. Mrs. Etnest Hutchinson Sunday. Mrs. Julius Kunz left Friday for Des JoLnes where she joined her husband and together they left on a two weeks rip which will take them through the tates of Missouri. Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. J. B. Meuhc and family drove to Al- >ert Lea, Minn., last week Sunday here they made the acquaintance of heir new grandddaughter and niece, Beverly Arm, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirksen. Martha Haynes returned home Tuesday from Iowa Falls where she had been visiting friends for several months. rvln Haynes drove to Rochester Tuesday for a general check up, returning honve the same evening. A few of the near neighbors called on Mrs. Jacob Johnson Friday afternoon. the 13th, bringing with them well llled baskets, the makings of a nice unch. The day was not her birthday, but just a day for a pleasant chat and general get-together. Charka Roblson for the past two weeks visited at Waterloo and Sunday returned home together with his daughter. Cecil, her husband and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Robison and family of Elmore, Minn., also spent Sunday here with his father and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gibson and family of Lone Rock spent Sunday here at the home of his parents, the Zack Gibsons. Mrs. Gibson remained over until Monday to attend the funeral of her uncle, Charles Loebig. Zack Gib.--on sptnt the past week at Majison visiting in the family of one of his bisters. A group of young- UTS were pleasantly entertained Friday aft/vrnoon, April 13th afu-r .school by Mrs. Albert Morvson honoring their tan Julius who celebrated his eleventh birthday anniversary. Mtsj Lo-'fi. Miss McConnell and Miii> Beck were also among guests at the delicious lunch prepared by Julius 1 mother Mr and Mrs. Roy Kleinpetor and two children of Storm Lake tpent moat of last week here at the home of Roy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Kleinpeter and returned home Saturday. Roy went Into the shoe sf.ore business a year ago but sold his store recently and decided to enter some other line of business. The piano operetta, "Moon Music" was most pleasingly presented by thu music pupils of Sister M. Lydia ol the parochial school Thursday night at, the lodge hall. The room was ailed with parents and frteuds who came to be merrily entertained and received tn turn an hour or more of musical audition. The children did very well and showed much preparation and t*lent both on the part of pupils and instructor. GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION FOR WHTITEMORE FOLK Mr. and Mrs. Baas Entertain For Ernest Saagers On Occasion Whlttemore: Me. and Mrs. Albert Baas entertained Sunday In honor ol Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Saager, it being anniversary. They their SOffli weddini were marrtsd at Kammtne, Germany, and came to the TJ. S. in 1893. About 70 were present. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. George Elbert of Algona was a business caller In town Thursday. Mesdames Burdlne. Calry, McCreery and Hlgglns were In Spencer Friday. Wlnfleld Carlisle of Ames spent the wook end with Mr. and Mrs. Bay Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Oliver and family of Emmetsburg visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frrd Bailey and fam- ly of Iowa Falls visited local relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller of Malard visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy Sunday. Joe Faber and Melbourne Simpson rucked a load of cattle to Sioux City Saturday. Evelyn Meyers of Emmetsburg spent he week end wiHh her cousin, Helen McGovern. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carmody of Oraet- inger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kelly are the par- nts of a nine and one-half pound boy jorn Thursday. Mrs. Ben ChrlschiUes of Fenton en- ered the McCreery hospital Saturday or a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seelev and fam- ly of Rlngsted spent Sunday with Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Sceley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTigue and fam- ly of EmmeUburg visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Cullen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy and fam- y spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt. and Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Vaudt spent Sunday tth Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaudt at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and fara- y of Corwith visited with Mrs. Bode's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elsele ecently. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowers, Mrs. John Uhlenrtake and Marjorie of Wesley visited Mr and Mrs. John Uhienhake on Sunday. Wm. Roeber celebrated his 48tti birthday Sunday. A number of his relatives and friends surprised him in the evening. Alice HanUeman returned home on Friday to Fenton after being confined to the McCreery hospital a week wttfh pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Dahlhauaer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter KoUwcb, Sr., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Qeelan and son Jimmy, Mrs. Henry Oeclan and Margaret Fandel visited relatives in Ruthven Sunday. The approaching marriage of Harvey Elbert and Edna Mosbach was announced in St. Michael's Catholic church Sunday. James Fleming, student of Hamilton Business College at Mason City, spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. John Cornish and son Richard, of Bayard, lows, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson Sunday. Mr. Cornish is a cousin of Mr. Swanson. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery, Mrs Will Higgins, Ed and Ella Burke were In Fort Dodge Monday whert the latter two left for Chicago for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett r Mr. and Mrs. Kern Hertck were in Garner, on Thursday attending a Joint meeting of divisions 4 and 6 of the Iowa State Brand Creamery association. FREE Cookies Don't forget the Bake Sale and Free Coffee and Cookies at the Nelson Hardware by the Presbyterian Ladies next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred eetnsun and Mrs. James Hogan were in Mason City on Wednesday. Mr. Semon attended a Standard Oil meeting in the afternoon, and a banquet in the evening. Mrs. John Erue returned home Monday after spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Dullard. Mr. and Mrs. Dullard brought her home and returned the following day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullen and daughter, Patricia Ann of MlnonJc, Illinois, came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. On Sunday Mr. Cullen left for Rochester, Minn., to go through the Mayo clinic. Rev. H. C. Morting ot Fairtoury, Neb. Mortlng of CSw- Bnuna and Louise roll, Iowa, spent Sunday witlx Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher. On Sunday ttoey left for Rochester. Minn., accompanied by Rev. EMscher. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole and son. Jerry of Oedar Falls came Saturday morning for a visit with Mi-, and Mrs. J. S. Cullen and family. Mr. Cole returned home Sunday but Mrs. Cole remained for a longer visit. Piano, Vocal Numbers on Union Program ITnion The social gathering of th« Mothers and Daughters club -which had been postponed from a former date was held at the Good Hope Community room last Thursday evening and was a highly enjoyable occasion. A program consisting of vocal solo by Mrs. Lewis Bode; reading, "The Leading Lady" by Kathleen Evans; piano selections. "A Group of Melodies" and "Star of Hope" by Frances Wlnkel, provided pleasing entertainment. This was foUowed by a group of games and contests which tested the skill and alactrlty of the participants and stirred up nrucn nilaxity. The committee responsible for the activities of the evening, included Lena Bennett, charman, Dorothy Keefe, Et- A Bacon, Kenneth Gould, Milton Marow and Ira Kohl. Mrs. John Staion, Sr., was a sufferer last week with sciatic rheumatism. There waa a threshers' meeting on Monday evening at the Robert Runchey home. The Henry Douglas family of Algona were guests Sunday afl the R E. Morgan home. There was no school last week In district No. 5 due to the death of Mrs. Lewis Wlldln, whose daughter, Mary is teacher. Mrs. L. L. WeUendorf and son, Lament and Mrs. P. B. Bartholomew and Janice of Algona spent Monday at the P. L. Miller home. Robert Runchey was at Newton last week Wednesday, hauling a truck load of washing machines. Ira Dutton accompanied him. They reported a heavy Mrs. Ferrdtey Runchey of Btemets- burg accompanied Ml» Alberta Ore*- enbach snd O. E. Miller to Ormnell of* Friday evenfcn* to visit at the home of Alberta's par*nt». Mrs. Runchey went to visit relatl-c<esi for a week in Iowa City and tne> ottoers returned Sunday. JWUWW! FREE The Presbyterian Ladles will hold a bake sale a* the Nelson Hardware rtexti Saturday and will serve free coffee, and cookies. WHITE'S GROCERY FRIDAY A1O> SATURDAY No. 10 Fruit Specials Apricots 43c Peaches 43c Blackberries 43c Pears 39c Cherries, Bed 53c Cherries, white 58c Pineapple, crushed _58c Pineapple, bro. si. __58c Prunes 33c Raspberries, red 65o Raspberries, black _58c Lay In a Supply Now. BOTSFORD'S FREE Paint Demonstration Friday-'Saturday, April 27^28 BRING YOUR PAINT PROBLEMS TO US An expert demonstrator will be here on the atx>ve dates to advise the correct use of paints and colors.. Tbe most severe tests known will be made of DEVOE wax finishes and varnishes. Come and see for yourself why DEVOE materials are superior in quality. See your own rooms and furniture in colors on the new moving picture machine at our office. We will paint the FIRST FOUR CHAIRS or small piece of furniture FREE. You choose the color. CASH COUPON Cut out this <;ouixm and bring it to our store witii your name and address signed below. 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