The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1934
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DR. R. E. WEBER OF BMCROFTMARRIES Alice Sherer of Coleridge, S. D. Is Bride of Popular Young Citizen Bancroft: Wednesday afternoon, Dr K. B. Weber and Alice Sherer were united in holy wedlock at the home of the bride's father, Fred Sherer at 4 oWock, Rev. W. s. Rowder officiating. They were accompanied by Frederick Sfterer, a brother of the bride and Maria Dirks, a friend of the couple. Miss Ellen Mitchell played Lohengrin's wedding march while the procession slowljy marched Into the room and Miss Dorothy Anderson sang "Because" and "All for You" during the ceremony. The bride was attired In an afternoon dress of white lace and a large picture hat the crown trimmed with daisies. She carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses, white sweet peas and baby breath. Her bridesmaid wore an ankle length dress of yellow organdie •with brown ruffles and a large Leghorn hat. Her bouquet was Talisman roses. The bride is the daughter of Fred .Sherer of Coleridge, South Dakota, a retired farmer. Miss Sherer attended the Coleridge high school and later was graduated, from Wayne State Teachers college. For the past few years she has taught In the lower grades In the Coleridge public school. The groom Js the youngest son of Frank Weber of Irvlngton, Iowa, also a retired farmer. Dr. Weber graduated from the Algona high school and later attended Iowa State College, where he finished his course of vejtetinary medicine. "While there he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He practiced two yeans In Coleridge and one In Algona before coming to Bancroft •where he la now In business. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's father, 35 guests attending. Friends attending from out of town •were: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Douglas of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chit ten- den of Wtsner, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Thomason of Sioux City, Iowa, and Melba Delancey of Page, Nebr. After a short honeymoon in northern Minnesota, the couple will be at home to their many friends In Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson wore Sunday visitors at the C. A. Pearson home. Mrs. Loo Whalen and children of Mason City are visiting her father, Joseph Sandschulte this week. Miss Marjorie Sherman has entered the summer session at Iowa City and will be there for the next six weeks. Mrs. Henry Guide left last Monday for Montana for a few weeks' visit with Mrs. McQuirk and daughter, Edna. Due to the rain Sunday, the baseball game to be played between the Bancroft Lions and the DM Molnaa OUnU •was called off. Rev. J. H. Scholtes left early Sunday morning for a two weeks' vacation. Part of it will be spent Ashing at the Lake of the Woods. A surprise party was held for Francis and Regina Berens Saturday evening. The evening was spent playing bridge followed by a luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kennedy are the parents of a baby boy born last The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21, 1934 Let the IT. D. Mr.-K. next Job of printing. ^ c= «oui Tuesday. June 12th. Miss Bertha Lampe. R. N.. is caring for the mother and babe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker and sons Dickie and Phil, drove to West Bend Sunday to visit the grotto. Many new improvements have been completed since last they saw it. Mrs. Wm. Korrecfc and Mrs. Joe Helinsky and daughter, Melvina, drove to the Lake of the Woods Saturday and their husbands Joined them Sunday for a two weeks' fishing trip. A number of old friends surprised Mike Rustemeyer Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Fox Cards were played and a delightful lunch was served later In the even- Ing. Mrs. John Delterlng of Detroit, Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bunkers of Remsen visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deitering and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garry of Nebraska, stopped at the Thomas Garry residence last Thursday while on their honeymoon. That evening a number of friends were invited In for cards in honor of the young couple. LOTTS CREEK NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz are the parents of a baby daughter, born on June llth. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Relsenrr visited at the F. W. Mittag home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke were entertained at dinner at the Albert Kres- sln home Sunday. Miss Elnora Pompe, who Is employed at Ventura Is spending her vacation at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Albert Kressln. Mrs. Edward Kressln has been suffering with a siege of rheumatism. F W. Mittag who was very weak last week end, Is somewhat Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krueger and two children of Burt were visitors at the Herman Rlggert home Sunday. Mrs Krueger Is the former Anna Rtggert Miss Elsie Meyer arrived home last week from Cherokee, Oklahoma, where she spent the past several months at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edwin Peters. The Rev. Peters and family are also visiting here and In other parts of Iowa. Nick Otengler trucked a load of chickens and eggs to Chicago last, week He was accompanied by his brother-in- law, Bill Rusch of Whlttemore. Both attended the Worlds Fair for a day and report it better In some respects than last year. Due to the varnishing of the church floors, services were conducted in the school building. Student John Zimmerman of Algona preached in the German language. Next Sunday the Rev. Edwin Peters of Cherokee, Oklahoma, will preach In the English language. About 40 young people were present at the Young People's society Friday evening. Kenneth Kuecker, Hugo Po- trata and Esther Sohmfel were on the entertainment committee an* the serving was In charge of Ervln am Ferdle Mittag and Ruth and Esther Schmiel. The next meeting will be held In September. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hint? and daughters, Marian and Caroline, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Mittag of Femon left for Barney, North Dakota, Sa-un'ny morning 'or a s.V.rt visit with relatives. T':vy returned Monday and brought Mr.?. Lenu, Pompe with them to visit relatives and stay with her sister, Mrs. Mittag, over the summer. BARGAINS, Priced to Please % 1933 Chevrolet coupe 1933 Ford coupe 1931 Ford Tudor 1931 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Tudor Kent Motor Co. Algona's Ford Dealer When Ladies Meet BUDWEISER Always Adds to the Occasion Budweiser KING OF BOTTLED BEER Order by the Case for your Horn* ANHEUSER-BUSCH * ST. LOUIS LEO WALLACE OF FENTON SUCCUMBS LAKOTA NEWS Six Brothers Survive; Fun eral Services Held Last Saturday Fenton: The community was saddened to hear of the death of Leo Wallace la* Thursday morning. He was taken ill about six weeks ago. When it was learned he had pneumonia, a trained nurse attended him until he pass ed nurse attended him until he passed road to recovery when he suffered a relapse. The end came Thursday morning. Leo Jacob Wallace was born August 27, 1911, the third son of John and Malinda Wallace and died June 14, at the age of 22 years, 9 months and 17 days. He was confirmed in 1920 and received into membership by the Rev. W. J. Witter, then pastor of the Methodist church. He leaves his parents and six brothers, namely: Clifford of Lakota. Maurice, Earl, Mervin, Gordon and Herbert, all of Fenton; his aunts and uncles besides numerous other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at two o'clock from the Methodist church, the Rev. J. T. Snyder, local pastor In charge. Burial was made In the Methodist cemetery south of town. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Potratz last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk are the parents of a son, born Sunday, June 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern and children were Sunday visitors at the home of their son, Melvln, at Sexton. Bruce Graham returned last Thursday from a two weeks' visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peters at Burt. Mrs. Emilie Mienke observed her 74th birthday anniversary by spending the day at the home of her son, George, last week Tuesday. A. P. Peterson suffered an attack of pleurisy last week. He is Improving. Mrs. Kate Newel is assisting at the Ranney home since his illness. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange Tuesday, June 5 at the Bancroft hospital. Mrs. Lange was formerly Mlnda Wilberg 1 . They are employed on the Peter Hayenga farm. The Fenton kid baud made their first appearance last, week Wednesday evening. A large crowd was out to enjoy the concert. They will continue to give weekly concerts for the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager attended a houscwarming party at the Harvey Chrlstenson home in Ringsted last Thursday evening given by the Farm Bureau Service company truckmen and their wives. The Chrlstensons were married June 6th. Iva Welsbrod, daughter of Mrs. H. P. Welsbrod, arrived Thursday from Washington, D. O., where she has attended the Qallaudet College for Deaf the past year. She spent a day In Chicago and a day In Ames visiting friends enroute hew. Florence Wesbrod arrived home last week Wednesday from Des Moines where she has been teaching school the past year, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. She was accompanied by Louise Baker of Des Moines, who will remain for a visit. Mrs. F. P. Newel received word last week that her mother, Mrs. Mary Sor- enaon of Waldorf, Mlnresota, had her leg fractured when a piece of farm machinery struck her. Mr. and Mrs. Newel drove to Waldorf Saturday and spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Relmers, Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards and children, Georgia, and Jackie, and A. H. Peterson drove to Webster City Sunday where they were joined by Wilfred Reimers and wife and Mr .and Mrs. Harold Butcher of Des Moines and the group enjoyed a picnic dinner together. Wilfred Stoeber was a Minneapolis visitor last week Wednesday. Verona Welsbrod, a sophomore student at the University of Minnesota, accompanied liim home and visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welsbrod, and other relatives until Tuesday, when she returned to Minneapolis to attend the summer school session. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage enter- ained the latter's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace of Hollywood. California, her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rtst, and daughter, Alice of Algona, and the Rlsts' granddaughter, Ann O'Haire of Washington, D. C, and an aunt, Mrs. Mary Smith of Algona at dinner Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey and children were entertained at the R. C. oetsch home last, week Thursday evening and at the Dr. E. W. Kuske home on Thursday evening. They left for ,heir home in Iowa Fulls after spend- ng a two weeks' vacation with relatives litre and at Marshall, Minn. They also spent a few days at the lakes in lorthern Minnesota. A. P. Peterson returned last week on Tuesday from Des Moiues where he las spent the past week visiting rela- 'ives. His niece, Mrs. Minnie Stark, .ccompanied him and is visiting at the 3. J. Ranney and C. F. C. Laage )omes. Mrs. Stark's daughter and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ballinger and their son of Des Moines visited iere Sunday and they all returned to Des Moines Sunday evening. E. L. HATTEN, Britt, Iowa, Distributors DRINK DELICIOUS YERBAVIDA bstead of Tea or Coffee Anyone differing from headaches. Nervousness, Loes of Sleep, or 8tom- «h Trouble, should try drinking delicious Yerbavlda n place of tea and coffee. This remarkable beverage, known a« the "Plant of Life," neut- arlizes the poisonous adds in the body, relaxes the nervous system, corrects stomach dlstresa and brings about sound, refreshing sleep. In a short tiaae you win notice a great improvement in your health, your nerves will be steady, and you will be full of pep and vitality. Yerbavlda u inexpeutfve, too. A large package, enough for 240 cup* can be obtained for only $1.00. 11 your local druggist cannot supply you, accept no substitute bui send $100 direct to Yerbavida Sales Co., 612 Southwest Bldg., Lot Angeles. California. Or a 30-page book "The Story of Yerb- avida" free on request;. For Sale at Luaby's Drug atore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clematis of Titonka spent the week end here with their parents, the A. Q. Smiths nnd the E. N. Clemans. S. P. Powers left Monday evening from Algona, for Harvard. 111., to attend the funeral of his oldest brother, John Powers. Victor Thaves who Is with the CCC at Boone, spent the week end here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thaves. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Aalderks of Chicago spent the past week here visiting with Herman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Aalderks. Arthur Fletcher of Newton was a guest here several days at the home of his brother, Harold and family, and visited with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ukena and son, Paul, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon where Paul will spend the 'week at the Boy Scouts camp. Wm. Weinberger and wife nnd son, Jimmy of chnrles City, where here one day last week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weinberger. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Worley nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bull visited a short time last Sunday afternoon at the F. O. Torino home near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. George Weinberger of Libertyville, 111., are here for a visit at the home of Mr. Weinberger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Weinberger. The Lakota members of the American Legion Auxiliary and their fatnl- lles nrr- planning on having n wiener roast Friday evening at the Wnde Ball homo. Miss Freda Kronrjack of lumber- ton. Minn., is here for a visit with nor sister. Miss Marie Kronback. who Is employed at the Dr. H. H. Murray homo. Mrs. Frrd Park of Algonn, Mrs. Guy Hart, of Bancroft, and Frank Miller of this place wore supper guests Monday evening at the home of the Wade Balls. The Presbyterian Ladles' Missionary socl-rty will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. R. Heetland with Mrs. C. A. Winter as assisting hostess. Mrs. J. A. Barger who has not been feeling well for the past several weeks, went to Buffalo Center Tuesday afternoon to the Dolmage hospital for an examination. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau left last Friday evening for Chicago, to spend several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenau, and take in sights at the Worlds Fnir. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Classon of Goodrich, Minn., spent several days here the week visiting with Mrs. Cla.s- son's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Ennen nnd with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. August Bauman nnd the Misses Marie and Freda Kronback, spent Sunday at West Bend, where they took in the sights at the Grotto of the Redemntion. The Ray Estle family of Ledynrd and the Henry Mitchell nnd Emory Smith families of this place spent Sunday at the Raymond Winter home. They celebrated the birthdays of Norma Estle and Donald Winter. Mr. and Mr- 5 . George Lewis and daughter of Englo Grove accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis of this place loft Sunday morning for a trip through the Black Hills, and on into Wyoming, where thoy will visit relatives, i HJj Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Worlman and son, Morris and Miss Gertrude Wortman left Wednesday for Fort Dodeo. where Mrs. Wortmnn went to see a specialist In regard to her health which has been very poorly for the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald drove to Mason City. Saturday afternoon and vtstted at the homo of Mrs. Worley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey. On Sunday they wont to Hampton, where they attended a family r union of the Worley family. Mrs. Ocoriro Hoot land and three 116- rlo <1niitt!;!oi-s r-turned home the latter par) of last wrwk from a visit of several day, at the homo of her sister, Mrs. F.d Christ, nt Greenfield, Iowa. She was aernnipflnt-'d on the trip by another sister. Mrs. Victor Lelnnd and children of S\voa City. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Jlnt Rri^r met Tuesday evening at the parental home to help celebrate their mother's birthday. Those present wore the C. K. Ripprntrop and Ear! Mndtske families of Elmore, the Fred Weinbergers of Buffalo Center, the Wm. Ricklefs of TItonka and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer of this place. You Are Paying for Needed Repairs - Why Not Have Them ? It costs more NOT to repair than it docs to keep property in good shape. Buildings will last indefinitely if repainted regularly with our Devoe Paints, and kept in good repair. Take advantage of today's low prices in building materials, and put your property in good shape at a low cost. Botsf ord Lumber Co. Phoiic 256 Equip Your Playground and Baseball Teams The Quick, Easy Ifr/y By saving the bands from the San Felice cignrs smoked by your father, relrtivcs nnd friends, you will soon have enough to qualify for a GLOVE, MASK, BAT or BALL Or get your baseball club together, and you can quickly outfit the whole team. 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