The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1934 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 10,1934 WESLEY PEOPLE ATTEND BRUT FUNERAL SERVICES Minnie Ostercamp Dies Following a Lingering Illness Wesley: Quite a number of Wesley ipeople drove to Brltt Monday afternoon where they attended the funeral of Miss Minnie Qstereamg, 35, who passed away Friday morning at 2:30 o'clock following four months' illness, during which time she was bedfast. Miss Os• tercamp had been ailing for the past eight years. She made her home with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oster•camp, south of Brltt, and is survived "by her parents, two sisters. Miss Hilda and Miss Mildred at home, and three brothers. Otto of Garner, and .John and Fred of Brltt. She was a niece of Herman Ostercamp, northeast of Wesley. She was born in Orthel township on October 11, 1898. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at two o'clock, with the Rev. Rust, Baptist minister in charge, as- dieted by Rev. Ed Peterson, retired minister. Attend Funeral of Sister Mrs. Amos Angle of Wesley, Mrs. Alice Mayfleld and George Hlggirts of 'Titonka have returned from Chicago, to where they were called owing to the death of their sister, Mrs. Anna Cook, 43, who passed away at a hospital In Chicago Monday following a gall stone operation. Mrs. Cook was born and raised in the Bancroft neighborhood, and leaves besides her husband, •a daughter, and other brothers and sisters. Including Con Hlgglns of Titonka, Mrs. Julia Mack of Alton, Joe Hlggins of Armstrong and Mrs. Verle •Griffin of Bellingham, Washington. Funeral services were held Thursday morning in Chicago. Junior Play Given The junior play, "Laugh Clown," was very largely attended Saturday night and the presentation proved very entertaining from (beginning to end. The orchestra and ft sextette of girls furnished acts. musical numbers between Have You Tried Hormel's Surprise Classmate Donald Kraus who suffered a broken bone above his ankle a few weeks ago was honored at a surprise May Basket party last Tuesday night, May 1. Some of his school mates pleasantly walked in on him and together they spent the evening hours very joyously. A nice box of candy was presented to Donnld as the May basket, and all enjoyed a rousing good lunch after the entertainment. Carman Rites In Dakota Richard Oarman, A. J. Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eteeheid of Algona, and Mrs. Carl Schlmmel of Blue Earth, Minn., left early Friday morning for North Dakota, to where they were called owing to the critical illness of their brother, Isadore Garman, who passed away at ten o'clock the same morning, before his relatives arrived. Isadore had been confined to a sanitarium at San Haven, North Dakota, since January, where he had ben receiving treatments for tuberculosis. He was born at Wesley, on February 19. 1886, and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Garman, Sr. He was married to Miss Rose Rlchter, cousin and foster-sister of John Richter of Wesley, In September, 1905, at Wesley, to which union was born seven children, six of whom are living. Besides his family, he leaves three brothers, and four sisters Isadore had always been a devout member of the Catholic church, and a man of many friends. He spent considerable time here two years ago caring for his father in his last days of infirmities. His mother passed away late last fall, at which time he was also here. Funeral services and burial took place at Sykeston, North Dakota, on Monday morning. ELBERT-MOSBACH WEDDING SERVICE READ MONDAY A. M. AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore: A very pretty wrdding took place Monday morning «t St. Michael's Catholic church when Harvey Elbert and Edna Mosbnch were united in marriage. Father Veit performed the ceremony. Francis Far- lell, cousin of the bride, sang two solos. The bride was attired in a beautiful white satin ankle lengrth dress and wore an embroidered trailing veil. Her bouquet was white calla lilies and white snapdragons. Her sister. Mrs. Connie Doyle, was matron of honor. She wore an ashes of roses crepe dress and a large white hat with accessories to match. Her bouquet was ashes of roses snapdragons. Connie Doyle was best man. Neither bride nor bridegroom need an introduction as th-ey were born and raised here. The bride Is the youngest daughter of John Mosbach and since graduating from Presentation academy has kept house for her father. The bridegroom is the oldest son of W. A. Elbert, of Peoria, 111. After graduating from the academy he worked at the Skelly oil station for a number of years. Last year he started farming on the Schmitt farm Just west of town where they will make their home. They entertained their friends at a wedding dance Monday night, after which they left for a short honeymoon. Relatives from out of town to attend the wedding were Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosbach of Humboldt, Helen Farreil of Forest City and Mrs. Gale Meier of Al- pona. Wieners? For Sale in Conntv at Kossuth Anderaon Bra^, Akra Oroe, Bonacfcer Bra* THonk» H.R. Znmach, Whittemore A. /. Knwne, Fentoa M. BMmaa, Bart A. A. DrooMler, Bancroft 19-22 Miss Martha Cook left for Mason City last week where she Is being employed doing housework. Miss Hannabell Glddings of Burt Is acting as nurse at the Herman Carlson home, Mrs. Carlson being 111. John Rlchter left Saturday morning by train for Sykeston, North Dakota, to attend the funeral of Isadore Garman. Mrs. Henry Ricke has been indisposed at her home south of town the past week or more suffering from a siege of yellow Jaundice. Tom McMahon accompanied by Paul Flaherty drove to Des Moines Monday morning where they attended an embalmers and undertakers convention. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer are the parents of a baby boy born to them on Saturday morning. Mother and son are being cared for by Mrs. John Ormsby. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt who have spent the winter months In Rockledge, Florida, with their daughter, Mrs. Earl Rancke, returned home Saturday morn- Ing. Mrs. Mary Dahlene and son, Clarence of Burlington, visited from Thursday until Saturday at the home of their daughter and! sister, Mrs. Riaymond Hanson. Mrs. Peter Skow, Mrs. Silas Skow, the Lester Larson family and the Henry Funnemarks attended the funeral of Grandma Lee, 83, at Brltt last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lohr and children and Miss Mary Hutchison drove up from Fort Dodge Sunday to spend the day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wm, Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvln drove to Eagle Grove Monday to attend the funeral of a Mr. Anderson fathter-ln-law. of her Brother. Oran Byro. at Eagle Grove. Etaa Pearson of Chicago arrived here laat week for an extended visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Julius Hanson Mr. Pearson has been employed by an ice company In Chicago. Fred Wlrth of Gilbert is here for a several weeks visit dividing his time among the families of his three daugh Three Special for Algona's Three Trade Extension Days SEERSUCKER 1 ID PANTS *- iy SPORT CA*S 25r white or black and white checks **«**• OVERALLS 1 ID blue and striped I.!*/ Be Comfortable—We have a Complete Line of Summer Clothes. Misbach Clothing Co. ters, Mrs. George Hildman. Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mrs. Wm. Foertsch. Miss Esther Beck spent ?r>e week end visiting at the Arthur Bensohoter home near Irvlngton. Mrs. 2t?nschoter was formerly Miss Irma OlFon of S;xton. grammar room teacher here several years ago. Edmond Loebig who has been employed in the cream department of the Swift Produce company at Algona. is being given a promotion this week by being sent to Rlngsted where he is to manage a substation for the company. The twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robrt Kain were brough t to holy baptism Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, heir grandparents, being sponsors for Richard Robert, and Robert E. Kain and Anna Kain of Algona, being spon- ors for Robert Richard. Sunday School teachers and pupils if the Congregational church are re- learslng a program honorlrsr mothers o be given at their church next Sun- lay. Mothers' Day, at eleven o'clock. The program will consist of recita- lons, dialogs and musical numbers. Charles Kerrins. who left here last August for Illinois to spend the fall and winter with relatives there, relum- ed home last week and will remain with his son, C. V., on the farm north- :ast of town. Mr. Kerrlns had been wiih his son, Tom and family at Plea- sonton since February. Mayor John Hutchison and wife, and Supt. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley were the guests at the Harry Brown home in Al- 5ona Sunday night for supper followed ay a theatre party at the Call. Mr. Brown is instructor in adult education In the Wesley school, teaching several studies in business education. Mrs. Rae Hutchison, Bobby and Mary of Waterloo, spent a few hours in town visiting friends one day last week. She was spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Krantz at Algona. She also made the acquaintance of the new baby at the home of her brother, Rayrond Kraniz. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow, Joseph and Fidelia, Edward Funnemark, Julius and Alma Funnemark, Arthur Larson, Ada Simpson, Mrs. P. E. Skow. Edna Mae and Clifford Carlson drove to Lakota Sunday where they attended a Christian Endeavor convention. Joseph Skow of Wesley Is the president of the county organization. Mr. und Mrs. Michael Winter of Mason City, accompanied by her sister Mrs. Earl Goodnow and family, visite< at the Eli Goodnow and Herman Os- homea Sunday. Mrs. Winter and Mrs. Earl Ooodnow were formerly the Misses Minnie and Maggie Loats daughters of Loats, who operatec the Wesley hotel In 1920. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz returnee home Friday from their two weeks trip south which took them as far down as San Antonio, Texas. They also visited a brother at St. Joe, Missouri, and took occasion to call on the Marshall family at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Mrs, Marshall was the former Miss Veronica Oleen who taught here in the grades In 1917 and '18. Friends here of Lone Rock Plans Community Dinner on Last School Day Lone Rock: Friday, May 18th, will be the last day of school and a community dinner will be held at noon and a baseball game between Lone Rock and Swea City will be played in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sprank left Monday for Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Viola Bishop spent the week end with Miss Mabel Howe at Bancroft. Melvln Hawks and Olenn Leeper are working with a paving crew at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Yager of Algona were Sunday guests at the Fred Wegener home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blersfredt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the R. A. Bleich home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Kuyper and family of West Bend were Sunday visitors at the P. M. Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton spent the week end at Ames with their daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito and family. Mrs. O. A. Sharp will entertain the American Legion Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. Glenn Sharp Friday, May llth. Myrtle and Sam Orvick entertained the freshmen and sophomore classes at a party at their home Saturday evening. pneumonia at the l*nrt**n horn*" in Hurt. Others who wriv on the stck list Isst week, was Willard son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn and Mrs. chrls Shas- pr. Tho Ladks' Mito society met at, the homr nf Mrs. Wm. Kmufp Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. L. Padgett was the assisting hostess. At this meeting It was voted to hnvp the district Presbytery and Young People's rally hold here in the fall. The next meeting will be at the home of Mi's. Fred Genrich, with Mrs. Jack Quinn assisting hostess. Mary Jane Hoftus entertained the following girls at « party in honor of her llth birthday last Tuesday afternoon: Doris Mae Blnnchard, Eunice Priobe, Ruby Nelson, Dorothy Jensen, Lora Bell? Householder, Maxine Simpson. Wilma Marlow, June Rahn, Mary Ann Flajg, Junnita Wegener. Viola Sprank. Miss Behrman and Helen Jen- Hospital News Kownrth Hospital News Andrew Beck of Algona entered for medical treatment Wednesday. Mrs. Mike Leners of Algona entered Wednesday for medical treatment. Harm Harms of Titonka entered on Thursday for medical treatment. P. C. Lawrence of Corwlth entered for medical treatment Saturday. Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle of Algona gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl, Sunday morning. Mrs. Clarence Jones of Algona und«r- went a mlnr operation Monday. Steve Loss of Algona submitted to a major operation Tuesday. Howard Luft of Rolfe underwent an emergency appendicitis operation Monday night. Fenton Man Sell* Store's Half Interest Fonton: O. R. Kraiwe, njanager of the Penton Home Oil Company, who recently bought the grocery store of Arthur Bettln of Burt, has sold a half Interest In the business to Ernest Wrede of Gurnpr. Since taking ft partner, Mr. Krause has changed his plans and will continue to live hern instead of moving to Burt as he had planned to do as soon as school closed. Commencement at Lone Rock Monday Lone Rock: W. R. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton Business College at Mason City will give the address at the commencement Monday. May 14th. The baccalaureate sermon will be given May 13th at the school house. Kodak Picture Season Is Here 24 lioiirsorvirr on finishing. Commercial work reasonably priced. Copying Enlarging Tinting, 'not too much' Eve L. Presnell «(H S. Dodge St.. Phono 417-.T. WVWVW>^^ General Hospital News Sam Cole, Algona, entered the hospital Thursday for medical treatment. Typewriter ribbons at thl* office. the F. A. Lemke family of Meservey have learned of the death of an Infant son born to them recently. Mrs. Lemko was tlie former Miss Amalla Hunemann who some ten or twelve years ago taught the Carl Hanson rural school, and won a beauty contest sponsored bv the Des Moines Register. The family lived In Hancock county at the time. Mrs. Jess Sprout of Fergus Fulls, Minnesota, spent the past week hei* visiting her niece, Mrs. I. A. Gerdes, Mrs. Sprout, it will be remembered, met with an accident about twenty months ago when a stairway coll insect resulting In a broken back and othT serious Injuries. Mrs, Sprout gets around very nicely without the aid of crutches or braces and is again able to enjoy outdoor sports quite extensively. All Readv to Han" Awav I'm- the Summer Coats Cleaned and Pressed Cleaning costs are a small javeauneut when It cornea to cleaning and renewing the appearance of your winter coat before you hang it away. Our expert cleaning service will remov* every particle of dirt and grime and preserve the life of the fabric and trimming. We'll send th« coat back to you in a bag, all ready to put away for next season. Elk Cleaners Phone 330 Dr. D. G. Hoxle of Barney, North Dakota, visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. H. J. Rice a few days last week. Clarence Macumber in the CCC at r orest City, spent the week end at the home of his parents, the Frank Ma- cumbers. Mrs. Llllie Thompson and daughter, Neva, were Saturday evening supper guests at the Dr. E. A. Howe home in Bancroft. The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. Fred Oenrlch last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Glenn Sharp was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stebritz and family and Mrs. Barbara Stebritz of Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. B. M. Hawks. Dorothy Macumber who is attending business college at Fort Dodge, came home last Wednesday lor a few days visit with her parents, the Frank Ma cumbers. The May P. T. A. meeting was held Thursday evening. E. M. Jensen was reelected president; Mrs. W. J. Cotton vice president, and Mrs. Eugene Ho flus, secretary. Sunday dinner guests at the V. V Frye home were Mr. and Mrs. B. B Frye and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bekman of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs Ben Johnson of Emmetsburg. H. B. Micha. local depot agent, received word of the death of his mother, Friday at Plattevllle, Wls. Mr Micha left Saturday to attend the funeral. Howard Stephens of Goldfielc has charge of the depot during Mr. Ml- chu's absence. Mrs. E. M. Hawks and granddaughter, Gladys St.cbrltz drove to Estherville last Wednesday. Mrs. Cella Warner of Penton, Mrs. Hawk's sister, who has been In the hospital there taking treatment for an ulcer on her eye, returned home with them. Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, who is ill with pneumonia, is much improved. Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Godden, is ill with The Choice of Those Who Like the Best Ice cream, has many qualities and grades but we make only the finest. You will find our ice creams and ices in all of the h'rst class fountains. Let us handle your Social Home Catering Needs direct. Phone your wants. Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory Remember Mother No matter what the "boys" at the club think about the politcal situation. Life still goes on and everybody IOVPS their Mother in the same good old fashioned way and they will honor their Mother on Sunday, May 13th, which is her day. Few mothers there are that do not like and appreciate good candy and Martha Washington Candy is good candy. These and other high qmiality Candies may be had at a modest price. The Algonquin for good candy. ;j Phone 145 101 East State St., Algona, Iowa. WftWVWAWftMAWVW^^ New Manager Takes Over Store Work Here Ben Van HiLstedt took over hLs duties as manager last week at th» Cummings 5c to $1 stoiv. W. M. Cummings. owner of the store, entered into busine&s at Des Mollies, several months ago, and Mrs. Cummings has been managing the store In the meantime. Tho Cummings will move to Des Moines in the near future. Mr. Hilstedt Is married and has three children. RUPTURE H. L. Hoffman, Expert, former associate of C. F. Redlich. Minneapolis. Minn. will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" in Algona. Wednesday, May 23, at the Algona Hotel, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the whole system. It often causes stomach trouble, gaa and back pains. My "Perfect Retention Shield*" wiU hold rupture under any cotvditon of work and contract the opening ui a short time. Do not, submit to avoidable opera lions and wear trusses that will enlarge the opening. M*uy satisfied clients In tins ooccuuuuity. No mail order. HOME OFFICE: 363 Minn. 19" • SELECTED STRAWS 75c to $3 Selected for appearance, for durability and for comfort in it style and shape to suit every head and face. Hats that can take it no matter how you look at them. Ideal for summer business and social wear. Try Madson & Hanson where hat satisfaction is now inexpensive. MADSON & HANSON ^ The Home of Better Vali^is. WWVVSArYVWWy%rt/yVWWVVV%*ftrfVU^^ —n MAGAZINE V BARGAINS F for our Readers In combination with Kosauth county's first newspaper The Algona Upper Des Moines No. 1 McCall's, 1 year $1.00 Algona U. D. M., 1 year _ _ -2.00 Our Special Price _ Price $3.00 .$2.25 No. 2 Red Book, 1 year Algona U. M. 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