The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14, 1934 State hoppifal where both will continue their employment. Mr. and Mrs. Hatfleld left the snme day for LaPecr, Michigan, for a visit with her sister, Imogene, and husband. Francis Supernault. Beverly's host of friends extend best wishes for her happiness in wedded life. DONNA CRUISE WEDS KENNETH DWYER, HUMBOLDT YOUTH ICeremonyi Was Performed at Wesley Saturday by Father Wagener Wesley: Miss Donna Cruise, charm- tag daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cruise, became the bride of Kenneth Owyer at a nuptial mass Saturday morning at eight o'clock when Rev. A. J. wagener performed the single ring ceremony at the St. Joseph's church in the presence of a large group of friends and relatives. The bridal couple were attended by her sister, Phyllis and his brother Stephen, and marched down the aisle to the altar where they ex- changd vows of fidelity. Both the bride and her bridesmaid ere dressed in light blue gowns with white accessories and carried shower bouquets of harmonizing colored roses, baby breath and ferns. The new Mrs. Dwyer Is a graduate of the St. Joseph's parochial and the Wesley high schools and attended the Iowa State Teachers college in preparation of her successful teaching th-~ home school for the past four years. The bridegroom is a graduate of the St. James, Minnesota, high school and at present is tmployed with the State Highway Commission at Humboldt •where the happy couple will commence their Journey through life together. A three course wadding breakfast •was served to two dozen guests including the bride's and bridegroom's families and the bride's uncle. George Aidrich, Mrs. Aldrlch and Jerrold. They left soon after for a few days' trip to Cedar Falls and Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer treated their friends to a wedding dance at Hum- "boldt Wednesday night of this week. Relatives here of Miss Beverly Ker- Tins have received announcements of her marriage Saturday morning at 8 o'clock to Harold Hatfleld by the Rev. J. Hawkett at Kalamazoo. Michigan. They were attended by their friends, Mr. and Mrs. John BommeLs of Kalamazoo, a young couple, themselves very .left Friday for Urbana, where they will recently wed. Beverly chose for her spend several weeks visiting her par- Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhafce and family of Whlttemore were Sunday su-rsts at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary tjhlenhake. Leo wellik returned last week from Omaha where he finished his second year's work toward a law course at the Creighton University. Dr. and Sirs. C. J. Primising and family of Melvln were over Sunday guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, and other relatives. Miss Irma Dee Benton, registered nurse of Minneapolis, spent from Saturday until Sunday night here at the home of her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Wallace Benton. The infaht son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly was brought to holy baptism Sunday, June 3, and was given th-s name of Paul Francis. Mr. and Mrs. J. ti. Haverly stood sponsors for the baby. Members of the Thursday bridge club enjoyed a picnic outing at the Call State park at Algona Thursday. Bridg-? formed the diversion of the afternoon's program at the shelter house followed by a picnic lunch. Paul Flaherty, attendant at the Mid- Continent service station, reports the loss of eleven gallons of gas stolen from his pumps some time Friday night Locks were broken off in perpetrating the sneak thief act. Supt. K. R. Rowley left the fore part of this week for Ames where he has enrolled for a course in summer schoo work. He expects to drive back anc forth for his week end visit with his family here. Miss Anna Johnson has completec another successful year of teaching in the home economics department in the Boone schools and has returned to Wesley to spend the summer months with her various sisters. Keneth Rowley greatly enjoyed his 10th birthday anniversary Thursday when he invited in a small group of his playmates to spend the afternoon with him. He received a number of gifts, and the kiddies all enjoyed refreshments after play. Mrs, A. M. Lease and son, Burrnll trousseau her becoming colors of brown <md white and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. lillics of the valky and ferns. Her matron of honor wore a yellow and white ensemble nnd carried yellow snap dragons. Everyone h-rre will remem- "ber Beverly as possessing a most pleasing personality with a desire to be a friend to everyone-. Following her graduation here from the high school four years ago, she entered the Kalnmazoo State hospital for a course in occupational therapy and upon completion of her course was offered a teaching position at the institution. Mr. Hatfleld's acquaintance is limited here but those •who hnve met him speak hlehly of "his character. He Is a graduate of the Evansvllle, Indiana, high school •nnd for a past period has been employed as attendant at the Kalamazoo ental home. Thursday, June 14th a reunion of the Burrell family will be held which is usually attended by a goodly number of the Burrell clan. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer are the parents of a baby girl born to them at the Kossuth hospital at Algona Sunday morning. Everybody concerned Is fine, and her sister, Miss Marjorie Uhlen- hnke Is caring for household duties during the absence of Motlx-r Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba drove to Minneapolis Monday night where on Tuesday they attended the wedding of her brother, Orion J. Melvold of Coi- tonwood, Minnesota, to Miss Edith Eveline Nelson of Osaksi, Minn. They were married at the Ebenezer church at one o'clock Tuesday, and will be at home at Cottonwood after July 15th, The Prestige of Quality in the Selection of Jewelry Quality Is an indefinite standard—especially in jewelry. For that reason, we are proud of our reputation for offering highest quality, consistently. Any jewelry item from this old firm is accepted unquestionably as being of true worth. That's your protection and satisfaction in making any jewelry purchase.. Rely on it when looking for jewelry of lasting value and flawless taste. Plume 240 WEHLER'S Fine Jewelry and Watch Repairing. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware. IOWA BOOSTERS (By Mrs. J. B. Johnston) The Iowa sun. streaming down on the plains Brings welcome relief from all aches and all pains— So, if you would be healthy, spend part of each dny With King Sol and his daughter, Violet Ray. Of all Nature's blessings, pure water comes first. And Iowa's climate, to quench every thirst. Offers sunshine and rainfall in alternate mood To do Iowa's Tall Corn the utmost of good. Food for man and for beast will stand row upon row Is the Iowa fields if we plant, plow and sow— Then cheer for the farm, whose work Is the best From the time the sun rises 'till it sets in the west. If we get excess moisture we should not complain, For we need it to nurture our wond-crful grain. There is no place I'd rather be every day Than In fertile and verdant I-O-W-A. We raise meat for the world, but if you prefer fish— Pike, pickerel and bullh-sad make a succulent dish. Oat meal and corn meal, both healthful and gocd Grow now where the buffalo grass once stood. Turnips, carrots, and onions in Iowa grow For anyone willing to plant and to sow. Red clover or dandelion, known as a weed. Has served as a very good tonic indeed. You may go where you will, east, west, south or north And find that, you'll wonder what lure led you forth—• Though the world may call to the old and the youth, They will pine to return to our dear old Kossuth'. -Apples, berries and currants in Iowa grow In profusion that, swings tree and bush branches low. So why spend our money way out In the west. When of all the wide country our state is the best? Here God is not frugal, but lavish indeed— He has endowed our soil with quick growing speed, And who would complain about excess of heat— So needed to make our state's beauty complete? With her rolling surface beautified by lakes and streams Iowa forms the answer to the Beauty Seeker's dreams: And here may we live, for many a day With King Sol and his daughter, Violet Ray. Written at Algona, Iowa Spring, 1934 Full Outfits for your Baseball Team Tin 1 Quick, Ew.y H'ay By saving the bands from the San Felice cigars smoked by your father, relatives and friends, you will soon have enough to qualify for a GLOVK, MASK, BAT or BALI, Or get your baseball club together, and you can quickly outfit the whole team. We'll send you full details in answer to the coupon at foot. Entire clubn are being equipped in only 3 wee/cs with the San Felice bands collected from 300 average smokers. To make new frit-lids for I fie wonderfully mild, delicately flavored ce 5 c San Fel i pi. vulgar this unequaled offer is open for a short time only. To avoid losing time, fill out the coupon TODAY, paste it on a postal card, and mail it in for full particulars. THE UE1SEL-WEMMEK-GILBEKT CORP., Lima, Ohio Plcaac lead me catalog and details showing how to get glove* and other bateball equipment iu return for San Felice cigar bands. NAMB. ____ STRBJBT .CITY.. where Mr. Melvold is an employee of the post office. A gay bunch of charlvariers gathered at the Mrs. Ann M. Kunz home Wednesday to give the newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Wehlcr. a rousing howling good welcome back to the village following their wedding trip to Minneapolis. The usual commotion was Indulged in before the bridegroom came across and after their receipt of a very g-encrous treat, left thorn for several more hours of highly spirited entertainment. Mrs. Sylvester Garmnn. Mrs. Tom Forburger, Mrs. W. 3. Cosgrove, Mrs. E. N. Loebig and Miss Isabel Kerrins were among fifty guests present at the miscellaneous shower honoring Magdalene Sartor at the Coliseum at Titonka Thursday night. The hall was prettily decorated in spring flowers, and th* bride-to-be received four clothes baskets full of gifts Every one was served a delicious repnst with favors given to all. Those from Wesley who attended the Good Will banquet sponsored, by the business flrms of the Mason City Chamber of Commerse put on at the high school gymnasium at Algona on Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpctcr, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz, Mr. and Mrs .Frank Kouba, Alfred Erdmann, Ralph O. Bauer and A. M. Incase. There were 250 Kossuth county business people at the banquet. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Hlldmnn attended the wedding Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock of Miss Anna Kaln to Fern Drone, both of Plum Creek township. A one o'clock dinn-er was served at *Vc academy in Algona to 75 guests. Mrs. Drone is a sister of Bob Kaln who marled Miss Verna Hildmari and Is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended the Iowa State Teachers Col; tge at Cedar Falls in preparation for lier teaching. They will live in Union :ownship where the couple will farm. Miss Margaret Flom returned home ast week from Northfleld, Minn., where she has completed a course majoring In Sngllsh and biology at St. Olaf College. Those from Wesley who attended *lu > 36th quarterly meeting of the Amori:an Legion Auxiliary at Algona We-1- icsday included Mrs. Will Garmav, •Irs. Kate Kennedy, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz, tfrs. Viola Studer, Mrs. George Aldrlch, ilrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. H. H. Flom, Mrs Halvor Flom. Jr., Mrs. Robert Welter, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., Mrs. Leo Bleich, Mrs. Mary Gibson, Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter, Mrs E. M. Huber. Mrs. Alfred Erdmann, Miss Laura Wolf ; > and Mrs L. L. Lease. The Wesley unit received the award for having the largest representation outside of the entertaining unit. Algona, who were represented by 43 members. P SEXTON NEWS .VOOvOC'OOOC'OOOiX>OC>OC>C'OC>OOO'>. j Mi-ss Zatia IlakM- of Mason City i.s visiting wnh her .su,t<-r, Mr*. John V. Hull and family the past week. A number of Sexton people attended thu "Murder Trial" given at the Methodist church in Alguna Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ix-o Steven were visit ors Sunday at the home of her piuen'.;. Mr. and Mrs. G-.orge Oisen and family, northwest of town. The Sexton Ladies' Aid are planning an ice cream social to be held on the August Kirsclibaum lawn. They will serve ice cream, cake and cherry pie. Everyone invited. Mrs. Ev-trt Hodgin U visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family. Mr. Hodgin is attending summer school at Cedar Falls this summer. Mrs. Drusilla Noble visited over Saturday and Sunday at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and family near Plymouth. She returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children. Kathryi; and Leo, were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eiseiunan and family near Britt Leo remained with his grandparents for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy entertained ait, supper Saturday evening. Mrs. Lou Weaver and daughter of Sherwood, North Dakota, a nephew from Ohio and two from California, and Mrs. Josie Stautou and sou, Mark of Algoaa. Mrs. Weaver is a sister of Pretty Doan Church Wedding Doan: On Wednesday, Juno 6, at hi^h noon. Mi. c s M'iry Jean Ludwlp, and Dran Andrews w-re mmrieci fit the Doan church, the Iirv. Fremont Paul performing the ceremony. The bride was attended by her cousin. Miss Louise Leitl, cf West Bend, and Shirley Ann Hoover was flower-girl Ro>s Struthers carried the ring on a yello-v satin pillow. Tile bride wore an anhle length whit-e satin dress, and long flowing veil. Her attendant wore yoliow organdy, the flower girl wore a pink silk nnd net dress. The groom was att';!idc-.l by LaVern Hoover. Miss Carolyn Andrews played the wedding march nnd Mrs. Van Hanren sang two solDs, "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning." The bricle was gli'^n ntvay by her brother. Clem of West Bond. Afl-.-r the ceremony the guests, all near relatives, drove to the Dale Struthers home where the bride lived and a three course dinner was served, by her sister, with Miss Ruth Struthers and Dorothy Dunn of West Bend as waitresses. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers and leaves, also the Struthers home with a color scheme of yellow and white. Mrs. Andrews Is a graduate of the State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls and taught the Doan school the past year. Mr. Andrews has lived all his life in the Doan neighborhood, and is now manager of the K. & H. oil station in Algona. After a short honeymoon at Niagara Falls, they will make their home In Algona. The Aid meets June 21 at the home of Mrs. Florine Hood, with Mrs. Van Hansen as assistant hostess. Donald, the little three months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bande, is getting well after a long si?ge of illness. At the Children's Day services Sunday at the Doan church several children were baptized, also 14 were taken into the church. The Plum Creek White Sox lost a ball game to Wesley Sunday at Wesley, 13 to 8. Next Sunday they play the St. Benedict boys. Miss Helen Hawkins came home on Sunday to spend a two weeks' vacation with her parents. Helen is taking nurses training at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Struthers and infant son, Richard Dean visited at his brother. Dale's home last week. Sunday, Ted Struthers came up and took ills two nephews, Lee and Ross Siru- thcrs horn:- with him for a visit with their grandparents at West Bend. Record of 46 Made | On New Golf Links A r-r.T'-' :i(',-fidrd (Ivr> fir.-* Brook•;-,(:<' po!f dub t 'uvnnnvnt. li^lci Pundav with i :•!!-• v-!\v<> n-.'.-mbers com- ; petinrr. The plnyrrs wev* divided ui-> : into two sif!r<=. one ]i.- ; ider) by President I Fnrl M;i son and tho other' by P^crr- \ tary-Trm-surcr Claude Smith! Knrl's group vanquished Claude's by sex-rn : strokes. Pete Waldrnii. Burdott'e Aqnrcl j snd Milton n-.ihl tied for Inw score-. ' playing tho course in 4fi strokes. B. ! Moore shot, tho low score of the dny ' with 44. It was an idcnl day for golf nnd many people played (he, course. BANCROFT NEWS § Sister Manry Anthony is visiting -,v . paront-<:. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Kramer for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs of Mason City visited hist Thursday at. the homo of John Jacobs of Bancroft. Raymond Brink returned home Sunday from Omaha where he has boon, taking medicine for Fix years. Mr. and Mrs. Jc*s Unrtorkofler of Britt. were Sunday visitors nt tho Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Doviiio home. Lawrence Oeiterinrr nnd Charlor. Qninii drove sfme of the Franciscan Sist-vrs to Sioux City Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clemens E!!sl>Tker havo a fine baby boy born June 7th, Tliis is the second boy in the family. Marietta Gilbert.son is visiting hoi- sister, Mrs. Carlyle Brcker in Alpniin and expects to remain a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Florian Hellman aro tho parents of a baby girl born June 4th. She was named Elizabeth Irono. Sister Mary Amabilis and Sist^-r Mary Winfred 1-rft this week for Lod- yard where they will tench summer school. Emmet Devine, son of Dr. and IVIrs. J. A. Dcvine. returned home from Ames Saturday after completing one year of school thcr?. Mr. and Mrs. Renr.o Rossmnn and son. Refine, Jr., of Cylinder ar c vi=- iting a few days with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barslou. dnugritOT Irma accompanied Charles and Raymond O'Dell to Denver last Mondny fov a few weeks' visit- Mrs. Oeo. Anthony and two sons of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wanderlick of Council Bluffs are visiting at the Henry Lampc home. Mr .and Mrs. Leo Klocke of Hollandale visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Merrill. Mrs. Klocko was formerly Leona Merrill before her marriage. Mrs. W. J. Welp and daughter. Ma.r- jorie visited from last Tuesday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders and her sister, IVLrs. C'l-nrlos BnkT. ThMr !ion-, l>oldt. Mis* OiRfi Elsborker. P. N. r'-iii nnd fronds vlsi'ed ia-a \\ the Iimtis Klslv'rker ho:r.o. T mnined hero until Friday :iti : = --ta F.lsbecker. R. N . r<( ; hem. A misrrllanpou.'s shower v. Kriday for Miss Emma M honw of Mr. and Mrs. Albc - c on. Cnmos of every kind ' nnd Mrs. Albert IJpiterinu nvn f!i.< hisrh score. Andy Berens. son of Mr nnii Mr.c Peter Borons, arrived from rhjcaso on Saturday and mnoined until Sunday. His parents accompanied him bark home to take In the sigh UK at the Chicago World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shrridnn and family enjoyed a dinner Sunday nt the B-rrt McCarty home. Miss Maxino Mccarty just returned from Clark col- lose in Dubuque where she lias attendee! since early this spring when the McCartys moved here. m H. N. Kruse Rink Building;. Insurance Loans Surety Bonds Ask Us About Our Aetna Accident Tickets "tnsurc In Sure Insurance" Phone 125. A. D. M. Want Acis Bring Results. Our ice give. 1 ; you every advantage -«>afi\ pure, quirt, clo:\n. brsido affording RiTJitor economy. To mak? sure of thr- right ico sro that it conios only from our wngons. Clear, purr, long lii-stinp: cakes. Full weight, prompt, ckan, courteous service. Phone 270 anil Ask list to I)«:livor to Your Home Dally Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Ura. Brophy husband. recently lost her g LOTTS CREEK NEWS The local base bull team was defeated 3 to 1 by the Curlew team on Sun- lay. Ti'.e B n Reid family anil Mrs. Julias Mittusr of Ciiuul Hupi' I'iiilrd at the K. W. MitUl{j home Sunday attvrr.oi.n. The members of the Laiiit-.s Aid have di'.cidi-d to varnish UK- lloor.s in the church and the. ladies are doin^j tho work this vvet-k. The Yi'ung People's society will ni<vt in the school basement Friday t\viunt>- of this wwk at 8:30. Everyone- id requested to be there promptly. Three pupils of the parish schoo! received their -eighth grade diplomas week. The students who rei.-eiv.-il them were Elmer Ruluikx*, Krvin Kaadintj and Leonard Pompe. RcV. E. Fiene and daughter. Aria, drove to Ames Monday to bring Johanna Piene home who attended Iowa State College. Lucille Reimt>rs of Wliit- temore returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacob of AU.S- tin, Minnesota, visited at. the home of their son. John, and also aU-en :ed the picnic here Sunday. The Jacobs formerly lu-ed In this community Over 60O people attended the parish school picnic on Sunday. The program of the school schildren and octet was greatly enjoyed as was also the German band, who were cleverly costumed. The band played several numbers before and after the program. German services will be held here next Sunday at the usual time. Student John Zimmerman of Algona will be in charge of the services owing to the iibotiiCe of Rev. Piene who has accepted an invitation to preach at a mission festival at Mallard. A special colkclion will be taken up, part of which will go to Student Zimmerman and the remainder to the budget. WHEN GENTLEMEN AGREE To bind a bargain with a friendly glass is an. age-old gesture of good fellowship. To fill the glass with BUDWEISER is to choose what generations of good fellows, with an eye toward the best in life, have regarded as the very finest incentive to companionship and well- being. BUDWEISER has made such an outstanding contribution to good living that no other brew ever has matched its record— the biggest-selling bottled beer in history. ANHEUSER-BUSCH • • ST. LOUIS Order by the Case for your Home Budweiser KING OF BOTTLED BEER K. L. UATTEN, Britt, Iowa, Distribute

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