The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1934 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
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LEDYARD GIRL IS BRIDE; TO LIVE IN DES MOMS Hdith Looft Became Mrs. Orville Anderson; Ceremony Sept. 19 Ledyard: Relatives here received announcements last week announcing the marriage of Miss Edith Looft to Orville Anderson of Des Molnes on Wednesday, Sept. 19. Mrs. Anderson is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Looft and has many friends in this vicinity who wish her much happiness. She is a trained nurse and has been practicing In Des Molnes. Mr. Anderson u In business In Des Molnes and they will make their future home there. George Hagge was In Mason City on Thursday attending a corn sealers meeting. Naomi Hewitt of Bwea City visited Saturday afternoon at the D. B. Mayer home. Edna Green left this week for Chi cago to resume her duties as tekphon operator. Rev. and Mrs. Steck were guests on Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Martha Gable. Mrs. M. Plynn of Buffalo Center visited this past week at the home of her son, Wm. Flynn. The high school baseball team played Tltonka here Thursday evening and defeated them 5 to 3. Mr. and Mrs. Tlcc Brack returned last Wednesday after attending the Century of Progress In Chicago. Geo. Thompson was 111 several days last week and unable to carry the mail. Lawrence Plngle acted as substitute. Bernard Hllferty and Anton Anderson left Saturday to spend a few days attending the world's fair In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Recce and son spent several days last week visiting at the Fred Reece and Gladys Pugsley homes In Des Molnes. R. K. Canary of Catejo. California, Th« Algona Vpftr Pe» Moinea, AJgona, low*, Ocfth«rM93« CAR HTTS HAYRACK AT WHTTTEMORE; .. „ __^..«. ^MI_« MM. ••&.«•• « •vM tfttWk 1 Sew Hurt Bridal UK* »»* m W»» mm m » • ——• — — — ^ MRS. SEELEY BREAKS HIP IN FALL Edward, the son ~* — —_.,.„., Glenn Lloyd, underwent an operation °orTrup?ured append* at theWohn- te hospital in Bancroft last Tuesday. Win. Wlemer drove to Riding Saturday for Mrs. Wlemer, who has been vlaltlng her parents there_the past week. They returned home Sunday ev- 'nlng. .. Wm. Bectall, the fleM man for the beet company, has been here this week lining up the machinery on the beet dump and getting ready to start load- ng beets. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson and Patty and Cleo Gable attended the recl- tnl of Mrs F. O. Johnson's piano class in Wkote last Monday night. Cleo Gable took part in the recital. Mr. and Mrs. George Moulton and Frank left last Wednesday for Little Boy Lnke in northern Minnesota, where they expect to visit Mrs. Moulton s bro- l her, Ed Countryman, and enjoy some good fishing. On last Thursday afternoon the following ladks attended the Missionary meeting held In connection with the conference at Algona: Mesdames Barrett Yahnke, Carpenter, Link, Joe Mayne, Howard Mayne, Lawrence Mayne, Jenks, Niester and Helen Jensen. Work was begun the past week on the basement for Chas. Bashara's new home. Burton Johnson has been do ing the digging, Ray Marquis has been laying the tile and Fred Ploeger Is soon to start on the foundation. Th Leon Worden carpenter crew Is to pu up the building. Couple Guests at Shower on Friday Burt: A shower i?aa given In the Legion hall last Friday night In honor of and Mrs. Guy Carlson. Tftej ' ri- «r. an . . eived many beautiful and useful Each guest brought her favorite rein* About one hundred guests were jresent. A mock wedding cause much aughter. The evening was spent in playing games and visiting. A lunch was served the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson will go to housekeeping on March nrn on a farm near Wesley. Mrs. Al Staehle has been 111 for the past two weeks. Rhlnehold Pierson Is shocking corn at the Floyd Duncan farm. Ella Woltz spent Sunray with her rister. Pearl, at. Mason City. W. E. Stahl who has been 111 Is re- p:rted as Improving at this time. Edear Inley of Sioux City spent the week end at the George Gray home. Mrs. F. E. Rubey entertalmd the sewing circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Tom Trenary entertained the Auxiliary ladies at her home Friday afternoon. Arnold Trainer Mr. in Nebraska. Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Squires of Her no Is visiting relatives Trainer Is traveling with a firm Farrell Car, Lttd*% Back, Meet When Lights Blind Car's Driver Friends . win be glad W learn that ovtag in the hospital at Port Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Alfred »emon Mrs. Tom Keny and Mrs. Art Art Fandel at Truman. . . . returned Friday after several months' absence to resume charge of the Northwestern depot here. The Fred, Ed and Lou Junkermeler families, also John Hagedorn attended the funeral of a brother-in-law at Albert City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and daughters of Guckeen, Minn., and Mr and Mrs. D. H. Brown were Sunday guests at the J. H. Welfare home. The Farm Bureau will meet Friday October 5th, with Mrs. Blanche Jenks Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Lewis and Mrs. Richard Zlelske. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand, Mrs. Fred Brand, Mrs. Wm. Green and Aug ust Gelhaus attended the funeral o Fred Blome at Hubbard Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and their daughter and Helen Jensen drove to Guthrle Center Sunday to visit at the home of Rev. August Wlnkleman. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sperry and children of Renwlck were Sunday guests at the D. A. Carpenter home and also calkd on old friends here Democratic Meeting at Country Club State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh ame up from Des Molnes and attend>d a meeting of the democratic precinct commltteemen and women of Kossuth county, held at the Country Club last week Thursday. Mrs. D. M. Kelleher of Fort Dodge, district com- mltteewomar. In this district, was also in attendance. It was some democratic meeting and wlWi Luke Linnan presiding, enthusiasm for the New Deal jarty seethed and foamed. Mr. Mur- agh and Mrs. Kelleher were given an ovation as was Representative Bonnstetter. No one dared to suggest anything but victory In November. An Intensive campaign of education was planned so that the voters may know Uw many benefits given the people under the reign of Roosevelt and Her- rtng. A fine banquet was served we faithful during the evening and a good tune was had by all." Mr. Murtagh and Mrs. Kelleher also attended arT organization meeting at Humbold jtev. nna mio. »•*• ««• «•»—--- -- nick, Iowa, spent Sunday night at the L. Phelps home. The Burt Methodist AW society rre nvlted to Titonka at their g-.est day riday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Straley and little aughter of Fenton spent Sunday at he W. E. Brace home. Miss Alice Elghme entertained her lass of Sunday School girls at her ome Saturday evening. Arthur Mitchell came from Sioux Arur City to spend the week end with Rev. nd Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. Rally day and promotion of the pri- Tesbyterian church Sunday. BANCROFT NEWS . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goche are the proud parents of a son born last Tues day. BUly Doyle, four year old son of Mr and Mrs. R. J. Doyle, had his tonsils emoved Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Qulnn and their WMttemore: Friday evening when returning home from Melbourne Simp, son's home, where they had been filling silo. Edward Farrell w» driving his car and the light* from the other direction blinded him, causing him to run into a hay rack. The team was driven by Paul Ludwlg. The rack was bneflv broken and Pamirs car was also damaged, but luckily no one was inju:ed. Broken Hip Mrs. Frank Seeley was so unfortunate Wednesday, as s'.ie stepped from ?he car. as to fall, breaking a bone to her hip. She was given metl&l at; tentlon here, then was taken to For, Dodge, where she remained until on Saturday. Sh» was brought to the home of Ella Burke, who will take care of her while she Is In bed. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Qulnn visited relatives In Bancroft Sunday. Prances Hurley spent *»» weekend with her sister. OoUetta at Mallard. Mrs. Netlle McMahon of Algona vl ited Sunday at the Wm. Hlgglns Mrs. Kfttie Flgler of Fort^Dodge visited for several days at the Ed Burke home. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Burdlne. Sunday. ROV Hlgley and Guinevere Kelly of nay IHK^J . ., _v -s.,,4 of. thMr Sunday. mary class will be observed at the Frt Mr. and Mrs. J. F. MeOn* 3 ? and family of Fonda ^ n * s !^ ft *Jl,£* t. 8. Dalley and Dr. J. W. McCreery lomes. ... Prof, and Mrs. F. J. .RoC^jJ * and Sheila visited with Ben Grimes at Manson on went to Armstrong She win vtelt her uncle. ROV Hgey a DeTMotoes. spent the week end at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lenlnger we toe parents of a ten pound boy born on Thursday evening. Peter Mulroney anc R Daniels and F. O. Stow are O { Emmetsburg visited the J- B. uui- painting a set of farm buildings for kn no me Wednesday. Archie Hutchison near LuVerne. p^ culien spent the ^*f nd j!£ Mr and Mrs. Fred Carter and child- Minneapolis. He accompanied Joe ^pent Sunday at Forest City, where Bloom of Algona there. ley visitea wieir su», «-j.—— i uee Ostwald and B:. E. Frost ^ "J Mrs. H. W. Trainer and Miss Char- Thursday for the southern part of the ^** • _ . ._,i_j «ri».. Anna Ov- l~f«f.» *rt Innlr fnT CfttUe. •^n spenv ouii"**^ »v *.-«»•««* "*"** ,hey visited their son, Raymond. otte . H. W. raner Warrior visited Miss Anna Ov- Utate to look for cattle. oe rgaard at Mason City Saturday. Krebsbach ol Sleepy Eye. Min- gaard a aso . ^ Krebsac o . Wlllls Phelps came up from Sioux neso ta, spent the week end with his it and spent the week end with his L^ j^ Lena Kebsbach. Lena Kebsbach. L K Mosbach and Willis rneijjo tmiit "f "••—-— v.. City and spent the week endwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps. Mr and Mrs. Jim Chrlstensen visit ed at the George Seelander home at l^''--^ ^, ^ifltives. Over one hundred ladies were present Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul vU^d the at the euest day at the Presbyterian latter's mother, Mrs. P. W-Dahlhauser MlteloSety Wednesday of last week. | to Emmeteburg Monday, who is ill. Mr and Mrs. Walter Lockwood attended the funeral of an uncle of Mr. Lockwood at Lakefleld, Minn., Sunday. George Koestler, who has been work- Marilyn of Humboldt spent ,*1*\A*"J t , Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner and Oeraldine of Mason City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flnnell and other relatives. Rosella Higgins, R. N., of Sioux City came home Tuesday morning.for a week's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Hlgglns. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salz, Mr. an Mrs. Simon Elbert and Mathilda Kol lasch left Thursday morning for visit with relatives in Illinois. The ladies of St. Michael's parlsl held a fruit and vegetable shower o: Saturday afternoon in honor or tn Staters of Uie Presentation academy. Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrene Schumacher of Swea City received word Friday that a daughter was born to them that morning. This Is their first child. Mrs H E. Woodward entertained at a bridge-luncheon Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Dana Paxson won first, Mrs. McCall. second and Mrs. i. r. larrlngton, consolation. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kaschmltter and amily moved to St. Martin, Minn., on iWday. Friends of the family are sorry to have them go but wish them the icst of luck in their new location. Mrs. James Foley and son, Frank, were In Cherokee, Friday and were accompanied home by Marguerite Fleming, who spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Fleming. Mrs. Cecelia Elbert, Augusta Priester and Marcella Cullen were In Fort Dodge Monday. Marjorle Elbert, who was sick the past week, w^D*^"? them that far then left for Waterloo to continue her course. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward entertained St. Thomas Guild at a sever o'clock luncheon In honor of Rev. and Mrs. Dav*e BUebnadine. who have Just been transferred to Algona from Schenectady, New York. Friends of Marguerite Russell, wh formerly lived .here, received _word tlv the J. T. Graham ome near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Burger and their children of Sheldon and Mrs. J. B Madison of Sioux City vWted Miss Lulu Hawcott Saturday. They all attended Mortilngslde College at one une. Mrs. Walter Crawford returned to her home at Webster City last week. She was called there by the illness of a relative. Mrs. Crawford has been caring for Miss Warner for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chrlstensen and daughter, Miss Florence Lovestad and George KopSUer, Jr., were dinner guestJ at the Iver Nordln home Fri- jay evening. Art Bettln moved his family and household goods to Forest City the first of the week. Mr. Bettln conducted a grocery store (here for several years until th«» summer when he sold out to Krausfc * Wrefle. house Monday. i» j o ThuVsda, of returned home * plds where h* was improving and able again in a few days. attend school Presbyterian Supper Saturday, Oct. 6 Legion Hall Carving begins at 6 MENU Chicken and Noodles Mashed Potatoes Baked Beans Cabbage and Pineajvle Salad Cherry Pie Bella Jelly Pickles Ooffee 25e «« . I lurmeriy nv^u !**.*•-» «*.*~-.-— ••-- past week that she Is leaving Roches ter. Minn., to go to Charleston, Wes Virginia. Miss Russell has given an aesthesla at St. Mary's hospital in Ro Chester the past few years New and Used CARS One 1930 Chevrolet sedan One 1933 Chevrolet sedan One 1926 Buick coach One International Pick-up Truck Prestone-Alcohol GPA Anti-Freeze Let Us Service Your Car for Winter. Winter Oils and Grease Heaters of all Kinds Kohlhaas Bros. ;! Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. Look Your Best Why not have that fastidious and well groomed look? You can acquire it easily. Come in and let us give you a really beautiful permanent. Milady's Beauty Salon children visited Margaret Miller in Mason City Saturday. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and their' daughters, Betty and Patx lcla transacted business In Mason City on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ooche and Pete SchllU took Art Qoche to Rochester, Minn.. Friday where he will undergo treatments. Mr and Mrs. Ourney Farrow of East Moline, 111., and Lucille Sill of Algona visited at the Frank McGuire wme Sunday. A large crowd of Bancroft democrats attended the democratic rally and dance at. the Country Club In Algona Monday evening. C M Baker became the owner of ihe' Williams and Baker barber shop Saturday. Mr. Baker and Mr. Williams have been in partnership for many years. Seven friends of Mrs. Joe Menko pU-nsantly surprised her at her honv.> Friday evening- Bridge was played. Mrs R. J. Welp won high prize. A ae- licious luncheon was served W t ne o . ng at Kensington, Minnesota, Is vis- itlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson end daughters were at Lone Rock Sunday where they attended the funeral of Conrad Rahn. Mrs. Anne Hawcott and daughter, Lulu and Selina Clifton w«re dinner guests at the Will Hawcott home in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary took Mrs. Violet Ralston to Esthervllle Friday, where she will visit her sister. Mrs. Emily Platt. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs. W. Pettrs and Mary, Miss Charlotte Velp of Bancroft enjoyed a picnic at Hot Mound Sunday. Mr and Mrs. W. F. Mrs Georg« Evans of Los Angelefc California. Mrs. John Geist. Miss Ann McOuire of Mlnot, North Dakota, came Wednesday to vUit at the Frank Mc- Gulre home. The three ladies are sisters of Mr. McGulre. Misses Margaret and Julia Qulnn and Madeline Lattlmer, Mr. and Mrs Jay Quinn of Whittemore. Mr. am Mrs. Bert Quinn and two children an Mrs. Win. Mouw were dinner gwsta at the Juck Quinn home in Low: Rock Sunday. Prank S. Smith ana Lee Roberson of Carson. Iowa, came Sunday with their tons, Gerald Phone 127 SUE MORLAN Main of Cedar Rapids visited here from Tuesday un- il Friday at, the home of their daugh- er, Mrs. J. O. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen, Mrs. M E. Larsen and son, Vernon, are attending the world's fair and vUlt- ng friends in Chicago this week. Mrs. Gerald Brace entertained her Sunday School class of girls at her home for supper Saturday evening. A fine time was enjoyed by the girls. Victor Lowe and two daughters, Joan and Mary of Algona spent Monday here with Victor's mother, Mrs. Rache Lowe and his sUt*r. Mrs. Lillian Shel don. Mr. and Mr;. Lawrence Gillespie and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip PuHe of Corwith w«re guesU of their par to Smith vult and wun IJH--JI ouiio, -.—.— —- „„.„,. Harry Roberson who run and operate the Dreamland Theatre here Mr. Smith and Mr. Roberson Intend to put a new front on the theatre. WTZ HOTEL inneapoli* Newer! Hcftd U4 ^fUiwtfc** « *~t ** o" — " ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith o Sunday. The Woman's clun held their first meeting at the home ol Mrs. P. F. Krtethe Monday nigh*. A mubkcal program was given and a dinner was served. Mr and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary spent Sunday afternoon at the Rois Klv^dge home, where they gathered walnuts. Mr. and Mrs. A. Melferd, Mr. and Mrs P E. Metferd and children and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Condilt of Pocahon- as were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ordm Sunday. Four Square Gospel Revs. Daily and Meyers, pastors Thursday evening 7:45, "Bad Wells." aturday evening 7:45, "The Important Man of Lystra." Sunday afternoon at 30 "Builders." Sunday evening at :45 § . 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