The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 WESLEY MAN'S BUTTER ENTRY CARRIES OFF TOP PRIZE AT IOWA STATE FAIR Ralph Flehler, Coop. Creamery Assistant, Scores 95 Out of 100 Points Wesley: Great honors came to Ralph Flehler, assistant at the local Farmers Cooperative creamery, last week when his tub of butter was chosen out of *he 91 entries at the Iowa State Pair, to carry home with it first prize in the state. Flehler's tub scored 95 <o\\t of a possible 100. R. C. Wilson of Edgewood. won the silver medal and fccrmd place, scoring 94.75, with the third prize and bronze medal polng to H. P. Engen of F-rtlle. on a tub scoring 94.5. Mr. Engen is the father of our local creamery manager, Paul Engen. Mr. Flehler received as his prize, n gold medal and a certificate of award. guests. They are leaving this week for a wedding trip to different points in Minnesota, and upon their return will make their jiome at the Robinson home for the present. The bride Is a graduate of the 1933 class of th? Cale- rionln high school. Mr. Robinson was graduated with the 1932 class of the Wesley high school and was a member of the CCC camp at Decorah for a year until July 1, 1934. The many friend- of the couple wish them a long and happy married life and also wish them health and wealth. Miss Irene Haynes spent part of last Kenneth Robinson Married Kenneth Robinson, son of Charles Robinson of Wesley and Miss Mae Llde. daughter of Mrs. Mabel Llnde of Caledonia, Minnesota, were married on Sunday afternoon at the local Methodist church at four o'clonic with the Rev. I. C. McNuIty performing the ceremony. Miss Maurine Hansen played the wedding march and accompanied Mrs. I. c. McNulty, who pleasingly sang an appropriate song. The bridal couple was attended by her sister. Ruby Linde of Caledonia, and Donald Nims, ft friend of Caledonia. Immediately following the ceremony, a thra course wedding dinner was served to fifteen we-rk at Kanawha as guest of Miss Mildred Brummond. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Llord of Britt pprnt on? day lust week in Wedey renewing acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts spent Sunday at Mason City and Plymouth visiting relatives nnd friends. Mrs. C. C. Robinson spent, several days last week visiting her friend. Mrs. Ruth Sparks of Wesley township. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burch nnd children of St. Benedict were Sunday visitors at the Carl Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson and two children were guests Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetfrer anc two children and Miss Mary Ormsby of W;sley spent Sunday and Monday at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. TJhlenhake and children of Whittcmore were Sunday guests at the home of his sister, Mrs B. C. Bauer and family. 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ELK Cleaners and Tailors Delivery Service in 3'J Towns Phone 330 When T Waal's Vacuum Pens, Vacuum Fil Pens Eversharp Pens, Adjustable with 9 Way Point Complet Line Pen-Pencil Sets •r I.<»t -f !..")( ) ( |p Wehl er's JLVU.LKV STOKE iiolie 240 Fine Watch Repairing !;..;::. -...:. V,.. lome for a brief vacation before their schools start in September. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer and son. Sterling Neal, were guests Sunday at he home of his brother, J. T. In he evening the Meurer family drove to James Lilly, wife and three months old bnby have arrived from Ellsworth and have taken tip their home In the Albert Monson tenariv house. The Wesley and Corwith baseball team 5 ; crossed bats Sunday on th? local diamond with Cbrwith pronounced winners with a score of 13 to 4. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Daughn nnd daughter, Nancy Ann, spent from Snt- tirday until Monday at Minneapolis visiting relatives of Mrs. Dnughn. Mrs. Julius Kunz and three children accompanied by Grandma Kunz lefi Wednesday for Des Moines to enjoy a few days at the Iowa State Fair. H. H. Flom nnd son, Halvor Flom spent the week end here visiting at their homes, enjoying a few days' lay off from carp-snter work near Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow nnd Fidelia attended a district meeting of the Eagle Grove division nt Kanawha Sunday evening-, greatly enjoying a musicnle. Vincent Kleinpetrr and three children nnd Miss Vernn Kerrlns of Algonn were Sunday guests at the home of Vincent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinp:ter. Mrs. Susan Lease left in company with Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and son, Raymond, Saturday morning for n week's visit In Illinois and Battle Creek, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Conner and son, Kermit, who now reside at Popejoy, i and their daughter, Mrs. Bruce Barnes I and hu.'band of Iowa Falls, are visiting at the Robert Conner home. Dr. nnd Mrs. David Rich of Davis City, Nebraska, and Mrs. B. M. Hoskinson and two sons, David and George were visitors Friday at the home ol their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson. Miss Eva McCall, Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Mrs. James Hodges, Mrs. P. C. Haynes, Irvin and Donna, drove to Woden Thursday where they attended juest day at the Ladles Aid meeting leld .there. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Flehler and five hildren of Davenport spent a week lere at the home of their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flehler, en- oying their vacation from duties in iKir various employments. Supt. K. B. Rowley and Miss Margaret Looft finished their summer chool sessions at the Iowa State Col- ege at Ames Saturday and returned CRESCO M,D. CLUB BANQUET IS HELD 29 Present; Next Meeting in Algona on 12th of September ^ Irvington where they visited the Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lemke family. Regular services at the Methodist Jiurch will be resumed Sunday morn- ng. A picnic of the Algona district will be held at the Call Park near Alona Monday with a district confer- nce being held In connection with the Icnlc. Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Felt left on Thursday for points In North and South Dakota, going principally to "forth Dakota for their grandson, Ben Wagner, who has been spending the umraer with an uncle. Will Wagner. They will be gone a week. John Dennis Diekmann celebrated ils fifth birthday anniversary Saturday by inviting in a few of his little playmates for a party from two to flve. John received a number of gifts which hrough the following days will be a ileasant reminder of his party. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kouba, Sr., took heir granddaughter. Miss Betty Van Casting to her home at Charles City unday following her two weeks' visit ere. Their daughter, Grace, drove o Fort Dodge Saturday where she pent the week end with her sister, ira. Miss Ruby Linde of Caledonia. Min- eiota, arrived here Saturday night for week's vLsit at the home of her sls- X Mrs. Kenneth Robinson. Mr. nnd Irs. Donald Nima of Caledonia were ere Sunday to attend the wedding of their two friends. Miss Mae Linde to Kenneth Robinson. The Henry Punn mark family, the Lester Larson family, Peter S--aber« and Carl SumiuLs'., Mrs. Silas Skow und Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and family. Grandma Skow and Mr. and Mrs. Marion PauLson, attended the harvest festival at the Upper Flat church Sunday. Th-s festival was very well attended. Mr. and Mrs. John GratlUge are the parents of a baby girl born to them at the home of her sister, Mrs Bird, at Clarion, Friday afternoon. The little Madame weighed etght pounds and was given the name of Barbiru Ann. The Grattidges have two ether daughters, Nola and Betty Lou. who are very proud of tin; arrival of a new suter. Congratulation;;! The local Congregational church will celebrate '.heir annual harvt'.'t festival Sunday with Sunday School beginning at ten o'clock followed by regular iervlois at eleven o'clock with R^v. R. E Berntsen delivering the sermon. A noon day meal U being planned with services beginning at two or lau-r. 'Hi evening be&sion w|H commence rd t-igri; o'clock. Walter ScholU, who ia i-mpl ;ye<l a.s an elirciriciil engineer in I J mU<i-Ii)hu. 1-viai.. .sjfc-n 1 a day at the Karl \Water home und unoth r hrrc ul tr.t: Kmil Wi'it'T home la.vt w.-ck befoiv to- inj,' on to .Sioux Ci:y to vi-.:t in. p ; ir- enl.v Ml-.-, Lelia We.iti-r. who l.s enjoying a two v.'eek.s' vacation, ace in- paiii- <i him on '<> Sioux ci'.y to alto vl-il at tht Scholtz lJitH.-nt.il ho;i.e Mr. and Mrs. Onn Bum-11 and f.vo chlWivn of Eugene. On t'on. and Mr. and Mr- Fivd Huriell <i Ih'j.iiii. Iowa. v.r;.- \i. -it'ii'i a' the li'jni" ''I h'.-ir >i.- ter und d.iuu.liVr. Mr=. A. M. L- -.LS..' trom Saturday until Monday morning. Onu and tiiiiuly arc t/u Jo\ :n>j a M-u-utl wccko vi.-H wit;, home iulk- Horn i.w iiuHv, i,.. I'-.ifin-r ill !>.• : n :if • d"- |jar(m-ni in ihe Uiuun ity of On gun Mi.v M.itt Lui.x v»i!l lui.;j .'..-iiu a.b'-r .S'-i'd.iV v.h 1 n 'i.<- jiii'Miij.'r.-j o! hi-r ium- ,lv jiiii li.. ir larnilic., ;,!;,) Mr and Mr.-. Ji-_- HolU and Mr. and M/.,. Hay \V- lo of B.nn;oP. jx-:|jeti'a'ed a pk-a-,- Cresco: The Mothers and Daughters' club had its contest banquet last week Wcdnesdny afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call State Park. Mesdames M. L. Dutton and W. L. Martin were the captains, with Mrs. Dutton being the loser. She was assisted In entertaining by Mesdames B. F. Sparks. A. E. Clnyton, F. P^rks. L. A. Vipond. H. Lindhorst, D. S. Wildin, D. A. Terter, nnd E. C. Potter and 29 were present. The afternoon was spent socinlly with Mrs. B. H. Potter nnd Pauline Moore of Algona nnd Mesdnme.s Franz and Verne Teeter nnd Mary Jane Wildin a.s guests. The next meeting is to be held Sept. 12th with Mrs. Wilmn Strnyer, 331 North Thorlngton street, Algona, with new officers in charge. The H. T. Sabin family motored to Albert Lea, Minnesota. Sunday. Lewis Wildin. Sr., Is reported as able to sit up most of the day nnd walk out some. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins and the Alvln Weber family left Thursday for a week's outing. Mabellne Miller accompanied Mrs Ed Genrich of Algona to Boone on Saturday to spend a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster accompanied Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster of Algona to Ottosen Sunday to visit with relatives. The Earl Millers and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox were at Fort Dodge Sunday atending a reunion of former Illinois folks at Olson park. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune near Irvington. All called on friends at Armstrong in the afternoon. Mrs. Fred Zelgler and son, Wlllard, and daughter, Mabel, Marlon and Myr- returned Sunday to Algona after a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson of Clinton, Minn., w-sre callers last week Wednesday nt the H. T. Sabin, J. M. Cox and families and other neighbors here and also Mrs. Estella Sabin in Algrona. They went to LuVerne Thursday to visit relatives. Mrs. Anderson wnc previously Annie Kerstein. Mrs. Wilbur Foxwell of Olympia, Washington, and Mrs. Forest Calry of Sioux City, came Sunday to visit a few days at the E. C. Potter home. The ladies will be best known as Mabel and Lilly Rancy, cousins of Mrs. E. C. Potter. A reunion was held at the Ambrose A. Call State Park Sunday in their honor. Everett Patterson and son, Leo, and wife and little daughter of West Concord, Minn., visited Sunday at the W. H. Brandow home and the Oeo. Braze? home on the W. L. Mirtin farm. Mr. Patterson came from El Paso, 111., 33 years ago last November in a covered wagon. Leo was born here. They only lived here a short time and then moved to Minnesota. es Monday and Tuesday attending the Iowa State Fair. The Henry Schick family have returned from Chicago where they visited relatives and attended the Worlds Fair for ten days. O. A. Button of Mason City was n business visitor here on Thursday. Mr. Hutton is employed by the Northwestern Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Clifford Young and her small daughter of Joliet, Illinois, are here for an extended visit at the A. W. Young and John Kain homes. C. B. Albright, who has been a patient at an Iowa City hospital for several weeks, suffering from pernicious anemia, returned to his home Friday- Frank Munch, who has made his home here with his sister, Mrs. Kate Albright, the past year, has gone to Indiana, where he expects to make his home. Mrs. Nellie Conlon and twin sons Bobby and Toby of Burlington, Iowa who have spent the simmer here with her mother, Mrs. Jim Larson, returned to their home on Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Charles Reaper of Rich Point and Mrs. R. A. Clarke of Algona mother and sister of Mrs. F. R. Haldeman, spent Friday at her home visiting and helping cook for threshers. Mrs. Hunt of Bancroft was also a guest at the Haldeman home. PLUM CREEK NEWS ten day trip to Polo, 111., visiting relatives and the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow left Monday noon for two days at Iowa State Fair. Their eldest daughter, Marie, is visiting relatives and friends at Oskaloosa last week and this. James Kelly kit Wednesday evening of test week for the Century of Progress, Chicago. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kelly and brothers, Buell and Kyle, will leave Saturday evening. Mrs. Homer Llndhorst last week received the sad news that her mother, Mrs. Dehnman. age 79, living In LeRoy, Illinois, had broken her hip and was In Brokaw hospital in Bloom- Ington, 111. Mrs. Alice Covell of Oranvllle, North Dakota, came Friday evening to the F. L. Miller home for a few days visit. 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