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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1934
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The Algnna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2,1934 Surprise Marriage— Mrs. Anna March and ti. C. Hanson both of Algona, surprised their many friends by quietly getting married on Saturday night at 9:30. Rev. A. English performed the marriage ceremony and only the former Mrs. March's children, Pauline and Watson, and Rev. English's daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, were present. The couple left immediately on a week's honeymoon trip to Chicago and the World's Pair. The new Mrs. Hanson was formerly the dietician in the former Algona hospital, holding this position for 8 years. After the hospital was discontinued, Mrs. Hanson operated a board- Ing house in the Galbraith home on State street. At present she has a boarding and rooming house at 308 Call street. Mr. Hanson is a a member of the Madson & Hanson clothing firm and la well known here. The couple's many friends wish them th« best of luck. Honor Newlyweds — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Punk were honored at a pre-nuptlal supper at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Arnold Klatt at Penton Sunday evening, July 22nd. Abbut $5 were present. The {remainder of the evening was spent informally. Mrs. Raymond Funk was entertained last Sunday at a miscellaneous shrrw- er held for her by her sister, Mrs. Arnold Meyer of Lone Rock. About 65 relatives and friends were present. A mock wedding was held and Mrs. Emily Moore of St. Joe gave a reading. Games were played and a two course luncheon served la/fer. The bride received many beautiful gifts. Hostesses at Dinner- Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and Mrs. E. O. Dickinson were hostesses Saturday evening at a 8:30 dinner given at the Algona Hotel. Following the dinner the guests adjourned to the Ferguson home where the remainder of the evening was spent Informally. Guests present were: Mrs F. E. V. Shore and son, Phillip of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, Mrs. Fred Wehler, Marie Wehler, Senator L. J. Dickinson, Miss Minnie J. Coate, John Ferguson. Guests were were unable to bte present were: Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison. Schneider-Funk Nuptials— Dorothy Schneider, daughter of John Schneider of Union township and Raymond Funk, son of Mrs. Wm. Funk, were united in marriage Monday, July 23rd at Fairmont, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer of Lone Rock, the latter » lUter of the bride, were the couple'* attendants. Mrs. Punk was attired in a navy blue outfit and white accesorles. A short honeymoon trip was taken by Mr. and Mrs. Funk following the coKmony, Th« couple ore living at the home of tbe groom's mother at present. Mr. Funk Is employed in the Holtzbauer Tin Shop. Night Club- Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Rlnggenberg entertained the members of the Wednesday night club last week. Bridge wa» played and ladles' prizes went to Mrs. Roy BJustrom, high and Mrs. Henry Johannoen, Jr., low. Men's prices were given to Wallace McDougall, high and Glen Roland, low. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall were the guests of the club. Legion-Auxiliary Picnic — Members of the American Legion and Auxiliary and their families are going on a picnic Friday, August 3rd, at the State Park at 6 o'clock. Each family is requested to bring their own dishes, sandwiches and a covered dl'h. Coffee and Ice cream will be served. Union M, A D. Club—The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained! Bast Thursday by Carrie Bourne, assisted by Julia Taylor. The meeting was In charge of khe daughters and fifty mothers and daughters were present. The program consisted of a piano solo by Eugenia Mae Kriethe of Burt, a vocal duet by Beada and Lorraine Kohlhaas. Beth Annls who was dressed in a costume of fifty years ago which she wore in a parade at the Stock and Wool Growers Jubilee, held at Miles City, Montana, last year, gave a talk concerning the affair. Lunch was served later The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Garrett Dearchs this week Thursday She will be assisted by her daughter, Ada Hoflus. The program scheduled is music by Prances Winkel, paper, Clocks, Great and Small by Bertha Sarchett, talk, The Clock Makers of Spillvlll-?, by Rev. Wood. Scavenger Hunt— Clarence Stewart was pleasantly surprised Friday evening when frHnds called to celebrate his birthday. Picnic supper was had In the State Park, after which a Scavenger Hunt furnished the fun for the ev-snlng. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Rlnggen- berg, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Waldron, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. MacDougall, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell who' are visiting at the Russell Maxwell home. Reception Honors Websters— Mrs. E. J. Rawson entertained at a reception Saturday evening for Rev. and Mrs. Frank Webster of Humeston. who were guests at the Rawson home Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Between thirty-flve and forty friends of the 1 couple were present and spent an enjoyable evening. Refreshments were served later in ths evening. Rev. Webster was the former Baptist minister here but ratlred from the pulpit when he left here a few- years ago. Presents Pupils In Recital — Catherine McCall presented a group of her piano pupils in a recital at the Congregational church Tuesday evening. Parents and friends of the pupils were invited to attend. Those who took part in the recital were Shirley Vlnson, Ardeen Olson, Jean Clayton, Marjorle Black, Jean Young, Dorothy Hoover, Vera Johnson, Margaret Miller, Virginia Anderson. Alice Johnson, Marcella Weber, Harriett Keith, Evelyn Elscheld, Darlene Hansen, Eleanor ECain, Glendora Burbank and Helen Paetz. Next Afternoon C. C. Party— The next one o'clock luncheon and afternoon bridge Country Club party will be given at the club house Wednesday, August 8Vhj Committee In charge is as follows: chairman, Mrs. N. C. Rice, Mrs. W. B. Quarton, Mrs. Fred Kent, Mrs. W. P. French and Mrs. John Kenctlclc. Mrs, P. A. Danaon Hoatew— Mrs, F. A. Danson was hostess to the Afternoon club last Wednesday at the shelter house. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge and Mrs. Wll- lastt Rlnggenberg received the hlhg score prize. Low score prize went to Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Helping Hand Society— The Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. Lester WlUson Thursday afternoon (today) and will remain for a picnic supper at 6:30 to which the men are invited. Ladies please bring dishes and silverware, sandwiches and a covered dish. Evening C. C. Party— Thirty-eight guests were present at the evening Country Club party on Tuesday. Following the seven o'clock dinner the guests played bridge. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton received the high family score, men's high score prize went to Walter Lorenz and Mrs. Herman Hauberg received the ladles' high prize. A prize was then given to the person getting a score nearest the) year In which Mrs. Dennis Goeders, who celebrated her birthday Tuesday, was born, and this prize went to none other than Dennis Goeders. Special notice was taken by those guests present of the floral decorations which were especially beautiful. Flower Show in Algona— A Flower Show in Algona. to be held August 10th and llth will be sponsored by the two service clubs, Rotary and Kiwanls. It will be held In the old Galbraith building recently vacated by Joe Bloom. No entrance fees will be charged and flower entries must be made before 9 3.. m. Friday morning, August 10th. The members of "the two clubs are asking the whole hearted cooperation of the community and residents of Kossuth county to bring in UKir flowers and make the Flower Show a success. Birthday Party- Marie Pommerening, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pommerening, entertained twelve of her friends July 24 in honor of her fourteenth birthday. Bridge and five hundred were played. Prizes went to Erma Lea Deal, Ruth Butts, and Gertrude McNeill. The gues/.s were Gertrude and Grace Mc- Nlell, Erma Lea and Gwendolyn Deal, Adra Yeoman, Dorothy Mawdsley. Helen Chubb, Ruth Butts, Ellen Pommerening and Helen Kuhn. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening 1 . Entertain Aids- Mrs. Charles Aman, Mrs. Wm. Hartley Mrs. Otto Neuman and Mrs. Sarah Wise of Sexton entertained the five Ladles' Aids of Irvington, Doan, Sexton and the two from Wesley recently. An item last week erroneously stated that the Setxon Aid had been the hostess. Mrs. Goeders Hostess- Mrs. D. H. Goeders entertained a ew friends at an afternoon party on Tuesday in honor off her birthday. The time was spent socially and a uncheon was served late in toe afternoon. County Auxiliary Meet- There will be a county American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Swea City Tuesday afternoon, August 7th, at 2:30. AH members are requested to attend. DaptUt Ladles' Ai-i— The Baptist Ladles' Aid meets at the church Thusrday afternoon. Hostesses are Mesdames Ogg, Witiiain, Robinson, Charles Taylor and Freeh. CALL THEATRE COOL & COMFORTABLE Wed., Thurs., Fri., August 1-2-3 2:30 matinee Thursday WILL ROGERS In "HANDY ANDY" a lauyh .,:.ov.! utie of Uie Sunday and Monday, August 5-6 Big Pour Way Show: Comedy- Drama—Muslo—News. Saucy, witty, gay, delightful. Algona's Favorite, Sh. MoU* winud to be/ -» from h«r huib.ndl L6SLI6 HOUJRRD i Also Bing Crosby in '-0 minutes or muMc and fun. Comic color "Puss in BooU" New New.-, Saturday, Aug. 4 BIG BARGAIN SHOW Dvt.ble feature. Joe E. Brown " A VERY HONOR ABLE GUY and Tim McCoy Sue Carrol "STRAIGHT AWAY" SerUl -News—Cartoon Tuesday Bank Night, August 7th Edna May Oliver Jimmy Gleason Bruce Cabot in "MURDER ON THE BLACKBOARD" Laugh.; and thj-iil-;. Comedy, "I'll IIL' ttUL-in^ You." NL-'A-J. Wed., Thurs., August 8-9 Summer Sjx-cUl James Cagney Pat O'Brien in "HERE COMES THE NAVY" 10 Year Old Boy Trains Wild Lions LEDYABD NEWS Dea Moines, Special: A 10 year old Brownsville, Texas, boy, Manuel King, has created a new sensation in tbe circus world tbla year, with a troupe of twelve African lions which he has trained as skillfully as many an adult performer. The boy lion-tamer's fame has spread so widely that Iowa State Fair officials have just made arrangements to bring him to thli year's state exposition at Des Molnea as a featured attraction tor tbe afternoon and evening amphitheatre performances. With his twelve lions, King will enter tbe arena In front of the grandstand each afternoon and evening ot the State Fair, and put them through a series of tricks rarely eicelled, even by adult performers. The above picture shows King bringing an enraged anltnal under control by means ot the whip, ths only weapon he car ries into the arena with him. more and Mrs. Nona. Link of Armstrong attended the dmocrattestate convention at Des Moines last Thursday. Jim Sheridan of Bancroft accompanied the group as driver. They attended the Govemdr's lawn party The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting on Monday evening with Mesdames Wm. Onrlsensen, Clifford Anderson and Barry Berggren as entertaining hostesses. Mrs. Clarence Johnson was honor iruest. She was presented with a gift by the Auxiliary. TJie Johnsons are planning to move to S*. Peter, Minn., August 1, where they will run a grocery store. Trinity Lutheran Church Re*. f. 3. Braner, pastor English service at 9 a. m. Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. German service at 10:30 a. m. The Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. August Schmidt. Sunday School teachers' meeting on Friday evening. BEER St. Peter Strong Beer 24 Bottle Case $2.00 Joe Bloom SWEA CITY WOMAN IS VICTIM OF STROKE; FUNERAL SERVICE TUESDAY Mr*. Tice Brack and Alethla drove to Burt Thursday. L. A. Nits was confined to his home several days last week with an attack of the flu. Mr. Clanahan, the depot agent, is driving a new Chevrolet purchased the past week. Mrs. Fred Logeman has been quite 111 the past week with flu and under a phyislclftn's care. Miss Gertie Gangstee and Mr. Munson of Milwaukee visited Sunday at the Cos Anderson home. Edith Looft of Des Moines came on Thursday to visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and son spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Barretts parents at Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner and Mabel Kitley of Hardy spent the week end at the Cecil Peterson home. Evelyn Mayne returned home Thursday evening after a week's visit at the Ross Browning home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe and family of Lakota called on Mrs. Poppe at the home of Ella Gelhaus Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Waflts and daughter of Wells, Minn., visited Sunday at the parental P. C. Jorgenson home. Mrs. Henry Dyer and sons, Howarc and Robert drove to cylinder Friday to visit Mrs. Dyer's mother, Mrs Moore. Mrs. Conrad Gable left Monday for Lake Okobojl where she is to be the guest of the Mandelbaum family of Dea Motnes, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry and children visited friends and relatives In Fairmont. Sunday. Connie remained to visit at the home of an aunt. Mrs. Leon Worden returned Saturday night from Seneca where she and Harvey had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Campbell. Mr. and Mi*. Victor Ltlan/d and family of Swea City and Arils Heel- land of Lakota were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Martha Gable. Mr. ana Mrs. Frank NiU drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday where Mrs. NiU who has t> en in very poor health expects to KO through the clinic. MLS6 Naomi Pririgle of Dts Moines. who i* u Kueit at the Rev. Johnson home in Lakota wa.s a visitor h.-ru buiiduy morning at church servicts. Mia. Louise Tillmonev returned to her Lome in Wells. Minn., Monday, aft/ r a week's vi.-it with her .si.itt.-r, Mrs. Marv Tillmoiicy at the L. W. home. A lui'Kt.' crowd from here attended lilt.- hoij.f tal'jn play and ux- cream ;:.;- ciul laid by the Gram Center M. E. I.adi'o Aid at U._ Grant school Friday I \l-liilJK. T;.e M. E. Ladie a Aid and Iric-ndo i nlei tamed their fumilie.i a;, a picnic 111 tin-- uai'k liust Thursday utternooli. Abou;. 40 attended ard all enjoyed a Mix: social time. Mr. and Mrs. Lc-Roy Anderson and :uii, Fled ol RadclHIe visited Sunday iit tin.- L. W. Wieiner homr. Mrs. Anderson and Fred remained lor a more -.xltnued visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilferty and J. T. Welfare drove LO Miu>on City on Thursday on business. Mrs. Hilferty icinuiiieU until Monday to visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Firkins. Wilson and Alelhia Brack and Irene JuiikeriiK'ier accompanied Mis,* Gertrude Wurlrnan, Mary JiUie Lewis and Norman Prerkinii to Chicago Tuesday ID MJi/nd a w.ek at the Cci.tury of Pronrtsi. Mrs. Mary Poppe ha^ been very ser- i' uslv ill the past week due to a fall which she suffered lait Monday evening. Shii i.s at tile home uf her liauuh- UT, Mro. Ella Ck-lhau^ and lj under th_care of Or Divine Mrs. F. A. Barkite and Uautfhu-r o» Alden visited last week at the home of her sister Mrs. H. D. Mayne. Oft Thursday Mr. Barkite and two sons and Mrs. Mayne's mother, Mrs. Gus Nenfeldt, came for them. Mrs. A. A. Dunham and Doris of Waterloo came Friday to visit several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Marjorle Mayer returned to Waterloo with them on Tuesday for a. visit of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olson and family of St. Joe Missouri, visited the first of last week at the home of his brother, Ralph Olson. On Monday evening the Olsons and Rev. Johnsons of Lakota enjoyed a picnic at the gravel pit near Lakota. Rev. and Mrs. Theo. Mueller, former pastor of the Reform church herr, visited at the TrorT homes last Monday and Tuesday. Their home Is now In Pearle City, 111. Their daughter, Mrs. George Smith of Savanna. Ill,, also a niece, Miss Louise Ann Mueller of Dixon, Illinois, were with them and visited at the Wm. Plynn home. Union Twp. Men Hold Meeting; Start Threshing on Monday Union: A thresher meeting was held at the Frank Hoflus home Monday evening. The farmers in this run will start next Monday. The threshing has already started in the Nels Beck run. Another run will start at the Joe MatlUe farm Wednesday. Mrs. Mayme Steinman is visiting relatives in Wisconsin this week. Bernadlne Martllle is spending the summer with her brother. Joe Matille. Leo Taylor left last week Monday to visit her friend Miss Cloye Zentner at Wlnnebago, Minn. Mrs. Joe Matille helped her mother, Mrs. Carl Daxby near Corwlth cook for corn shelters Monday. Mary Wise of Mallard returned to her home last week after spending several days at the Ben Gould home. Louis Bode shelled corn last week W«ineiday. Leo Miller of Plum Creek did 'the shelling. The corn graded number one. Robert and Richard Ryno of Fort Dodge and BUlie Lamuth of Algona spent the past week visiting Bernard and Robert Bode. Magdalene Storfel was taken ill with the flu Sunday. She has be-.n assisting Mrs. Wayne Sttphenson of Al- yona with her housework. A (jnmlling crew graveled the crobs roads running eatt from the Lawrence Oihch farm to the corner south of the cibtnct 4 school house Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Baier and three ciiildieii of Clay Center, Kansas, armed Monday for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Baler's mother. Mr.^. Wm. Harrison. They report the temix-ra- lurt- there at lug with several people iivmg in t!>-ir bascmtnu to keep c ol. Mr. and Mis. Frank Holiiti U nd Mr. ami Mis V. S. Tho:np.on spent Sun- uav at Burt where a ;>urpit.Sf birthday dinner was given at the EUton home in honor of Mrs. Mayme Hollus it IXIIIK' her 10th birthday aimivertavy. Mi;>. Hofius, who lias iu>i been Well of lute, appears tu be cou.-,id-u-ably im- piuvcd now. lii-rbert and Howaid Engstrom and a Mr. GrosS were dinner guests of Kenneth Gould Sunday. Guests visiting &t the Gould home in the afternoon wero Mis. Chris Hiiikle and Violet Collin:>on, cousins and an uncle, Richard Hewitt, all of Elmore, Miun.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butterfield. also the Jens iUid Tony Soren&un families. Mr. aJid Mrs. Louts Bode of Union and John Lamuth it Algona atcvni- paiiKd Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Futh of Algoua in the latter's cur to Spencer Saturday moininK where they attended the funeral of George Hyno, who dk-di ul PturU., Lllinpu;. during the week. Hu> remains were slnpped to tipt-ucer for burial. George i-> a brother of William Ryuo of Fort Dodge. Mrs. L. O. McNeill Leaves Husband, Daughter, Many Friends Swea City: Mrs. L. O. McNeill, pioneer of Swea City and vicinity, died at her home here late Saturday night, July 28. She suffered a stroke three weeks ago and has gradually failed since that time. Hannah saxton Mc- NelU was Horn in Ohio, coming to Iowa at the age of two years. She lived at Wapello, until the age of 14, when she moved with her parents to Knoxvllls and grew to womanhood there. She taught school for a number of years prior to her marriage' and after. She was married August 1888, to Leonard O. McNeill. They moved to Kossuth county in 1895 and made their home In Swea township until about 20 years ago when they moved to Swea City. She Is survived by Iver hueband and one daughter, Mrs. Robert Pehrson of Eagle township, three grandchildren, Vernon, Ray and Ardls and a host of friends. She was a lovinar wife and mdtheiy, an ever taltttfwl member of the Methodist church. She wrote her own obituary using these words, "I am not afraid to cross over to meet the One I have long tried to serve." Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Methodist church with Rev. G. R. McDowell in charge, pall bearers were old neighbors of Swea township. Miss Beulah Hartshorn of Algona is visiting her friend, Mia. Martin Dohl. Mr. and Mrs. John Oillea returned Saturday from a two weeks visit spent In carts of Kansas and Colorado. Mrs. L. Baird, formerly Miss Helen Preston, of Mason City, visited wi'.h friends here Saturday. She was a former Smith-Hughes home economics teacher here. Sam Hether&haw, barber at the Nelson barber shop, was married July 2, to Miss Lela Dally. They have gone to housekeeping In the Rodlend apart menta. Their many firenda extend congratulations. Oscar Anderson la re-decorating the former National Bank building recent ly purchased by the Weimers of Ledyard. A branch bank of the State Bank of Ledvard will be opened here in the near future. Clara McAdarns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles McAdams was married July 20 at Sioux City to Thorwald Peterson of RliiKsted. Mrs. Peterson was a linotype operator employed on the Bstherville Enterprise. Friends exUnd congratulations. Mrs. Ida E. Larson of Swea City, together with Mrs. A. H. Fuchs of Han- croft. Mrs. Mae O'Brien of Whitts- Drink YERBAVIDA YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON IT! If your nerves are jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let this condition continue or you will ruin your health. Yerbavlda Tea will relax your nerves and let you sleep. 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