The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 11, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, .Algona, Iowa, October 11, 1934 ANNIE AMENDS, GEORGE MEYER, WED AT TITONKA LUTHERAN CHURCH, OCT. 3 Will Make Home South of Titonka; Wedding Dinner Also Held Titonka: Miss Annie Ahrends. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peters and Chris Meyer, youngest son of George H. Meyer, were married in the Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 3, at 4 o'clock by the Rev. H. W. Schoenletn, pastor. The single ring ceremony was performed. The wedding march was played by Miss Louise Conradi, Clarence Peters, youngest brother of the bride acting as ring bearer, carrying the ring in a very small basket. Little Helen Rachut strewed the bride's path with flowers aa she approached the altar. The bride was given away by her father, A. Peters. She was attended by Miss Jennie Meyer, sister of the groom and the groom attended by Harm Ahrends, brother of the bride. The bride wore an ankle length dress of •wine colored transparent velvet trimmed with silver beading. Her accessories were white. At the conclusion of the ceremony a reception was held in the church basement followed by a wedding dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will make their home with the groom's father, George Meyer, south of town Post Nuptial Shower A post nuptial shower was given for Mrs. Leo. Orthsl Sunday afternoon a the home of her mother, Mrs. Phi Buffington. The hostesses were Mrs. E. L. Harris of Hampton, Miss Marie Buffington of Sheffield -and Miss Violet Slack of this place. Miss Gladys Boggesg rendered an instrumental solo, Mrs. Gilbert Nelson of Bun sans "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Lambert of Hampton and Mrs. Nelson of Burt sang a duet, "Whispering Hope.' A contest, telling a story about, flowers and the blank spaces to be fllled In with the names of flowers. This was won by Mrs. Ross Buffington who received a prize. The bride was presented with favorite recipes by those present after which the bride opened her gifts. A delicious lunch was served. Out of town guests were Mrs. Bose, Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Veltor and Miss Amy Carson all of Hampton; Miss Grace and Miss Alma Sleper of Buffalo Center; Mrs. Gilbert Nelson and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard of Burt; Mrs. Florence Orthel, mother of the groom; Mrs. Horace Schenck, Mrs. Iieonard Callies, Mrs. Hazel Wilson, Mrs. J. E. Blelch, Dr. Alice Sartor, Mrs. K. I. Fisher, Mrs. Boy Budlong, Mrs. Ray Hansen, Mrs. Gordon Hansen, Mrs. Van Hansen, Mrs. Rosa Buffington, Mrs. Christiansen, Miss Myrtle Ama, Miss Phy- delis Peterson and Miss Emma Krue- Mr. *nd MM. Miller Nelson visited relatives at Iowa Palls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reese entertained hta brother and family from Esther vllle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken spent Sunday afternoon wtttv Wto moUner, nocthext of town. Joe, iwn of Mr. and Mr». Ed BUM, PILES Sufferers should arrange to call on J. F. Shallenberger, M. D., specialist. In rectal and chronic diseases. He has had years of. tuflsessful experience In treatment of Piles and other rectal diseases. The doctor can be consulted at EroineUburg, Iowa, Kermoore Hotel Office Hours 8 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Examination Free. «* has a case of infection on his face, caused by a razor. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missal, Miss Tillle Fritz and Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein were Mason City shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen and children of Wesley spent Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. Edna Richter. Albert Missal was home over Sunday. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missal took him to Algona in the evening. Mr. ,and Mrs. Luther Miller entertained his brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. E. Miller and family of Plover on Sunday. Miss Hazel Miller who Is taking nurses' training at Des Moines, spent Sunday with h-sr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller. A reunion of the Newville familks was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newville Sunday afternoon with 51 being present. Ed Buss, living northeast of town, has teen suffering the past week with an attack of kidney trouble. He Is somewhat better. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball were called to Monroe, Wls., Saturday to attend the funeral of a relative. They returned home Monday. Miss Betty Kotesh observed her 12th . birthday Saturday afternoon by a par- | ty, having invited her schoolmates to help her enjoy the day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winters and children, Gerald and Dolores of Mason City visited at the parental Dick Harms home and at the W. J. Denton home this week. A. M. Petersen drove to Minneapolis Sunday after Mrs. Petersen and Mrs. Tom Young and daughter Wanda Rose who spent the week visiting relatives in the Twin Cities. Mrs. Howard A. French, Mrs. Homer C. Downs, Mrs. Frances Budlong and Mrs. Pierre Sartor attended the coun- federation of Women's Clubs at Algona Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Ella Hartshorn of Grand Rap- Ids, Mich., Mrs. Eva Newville of Carlton, Ore., Geo. and Plumer Parker of Rochester, Minn., are visiting relatives In Titonka this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Larson and daughter Sharon Jean of Clarion came Saturday night and spent Sunday with Mr. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson and with other relatives. Miss Alma Plazler, daughter of Mrs. ohn Plazier, northeast of town, was perated on Wednesday morning at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center for ippendicitis. She is reported getting ilong nicely. Miss Patricia Ball, daughter of Dr. »nd Mrs. R. C. Ball, celebrated her 13th birthday Tuesday, October 2nd with a party for her schoolmates. Games were played after which a delicious unch was served. The first meeting of the 8:30 dinner bridge club met Wednesday even- Ing with Mr. and Mrs, Miller Nelson, west of town. Five tables were played and Mrs. Miller Nelson was high with Harry Beed low. Rasmus Hansen had a second operation at the University hospital at Iowa City Thur»d»y morning. Hta MOB. Ernest and Elmer, were with him at the ttme. having driven down Wednesday night. They came home Friday night. They report their father feeling better and Improving nicely. Al Ro»enmeyer New Wesley Legion Head Wesley: The members of the American! Legion Post of Wesley held election of officers at their meeting Wednesday night and named the following: commander, Al Rosenmeyer; vice commander, J. T. Meurer; adjutant, R. C Bauer; flnarice officer, L. L. Lease; chaplain, Julius P. Stud«r and service officer. John Hutcttison. The boys meet regularly once a month and have a good organization. "Home, Safe!'' When a Ball player hits, his one thought is to GET HOME SAFELY. He seldom does thoush, unless he uses his head as well as his legs. 'Make this your rule on the higKway—Be a "heady," 'driver. GET YOURSELF HOME SAFELV> (Iowa Motor Vehicle Dtpt.) and Mrs. J. E. Blelch and Mr. and Mrs! Earl Stott were fru«sts. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen entertained the Tifctfday dftemoon bridge chjb last week on Wednesday afternoon because of the P. T. A. meeting. High score was made by Mrs. M. S. Craven, second by Mrs. L. B. Lnrron and low by Mrs. Wm. Boyken. Mrs M- S. Craven . . . and Mrs. Luther Miller were guests. R.D.WEHRSPANNS, FENTON, OBSERVED 25TH ANNIVERSARY Methodist Church Celebration Ends; About 400 Registered Fenton: A surprise party was held Saturday evening, Sept. 29, at the R. D. Wehrspann home in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Those attending were: Mrs. Kate Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. George Siema and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit of Lone Rock, Henry Meyer of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Voettlei and four sons, Joe Voettler, Mr. one Mrs. HUdreth Voettler, and Olaf Norland. IRVINOTON NEWS Wayne Barr exhibited his calf at the den, Sam Skare, W. R. Wolfe, Wm Starrer, H. C. Lindsey, Emma Curry F. H. Bonn, H. E. Relmers, A. J Krause, H. H. Widdel, O. H. Graham and Charles Welsbrod. Mrs. Fred Meyer, sr., observed her 83rd birthday anniv-srsary last week on Monday and in the evening her children gathered at her home and surprised her in honor of the occasion. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer, Wm. Meyer, Wm. Jentz and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. On Tuesday evening Mrs. Herman I/eudtke and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram and Mrs. Herman frause came and spent the evening ^I*UU£>C v;t*"*c miiu *j|vw«v W.-V —• — <-. i -tf — with her. Mrs. Meyers is enjoying un- two lineman from Algona were re- usually robust health considering her setting electric poles Jo,-the IrvHw- Former Resident Passes Henry Newel, brother of John and G. W. Newel of this place, passed aw ay at home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Johnson at Kanawha, Saturda morning. He was a former Fenton re sldent. He suffered from hardening o recent Dairy Congress held at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage were week end guests at the Elmer Dye home in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hendlcy spent, last week end with relatives and friends at Jewell junction. Mrs. Eva Gasdnes is again nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Raney and will remain for the winter. Mrs. Victor Hammer is visiting with relatives and friends in the Bancroft neighborhood. She has been gone about two weeks. George Godfrey of Ames was at his farm the fore part of last wwk. George was doing some surveying preparatory to having some tiling done. Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes and Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh entertained at a dancing party at the shelter house last Friday evening. A good crowd attended. Mrs. Frank Seeley of Whittemore, mother of Harry Seeley, was the victim of a fall recently and broke her hip. Mrs. Seeley, Is also afflicted with anemia Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Home of Mrs. Wolfe's patient* Mr. and Mrs. Emll Anderson of the Lu Verne vicinity. Ray Barton and Harold Stephenson Mrs George Johnson entertained at a quilting party last, Wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Clarke, mother of Mrs. Johnson and five other Indies from Britt were present besides Mrs. Ben Potter, Mrs. Wm. Bell, Sr., Mrs. Cera Raney, and Mrs. Nell Potter of Algona and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Irvington. Mrs. Clarte visited with her daughter from Monday until Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Ray Fitch were Sunday guests at the Dell Fitch home northefu=t of Burt, On Monday Mrs. Ethel Johnson of the Rich Point neighborhood visited with her sister. Mrs. Ray Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh and family wer<r gucste of Mrs. Leigh's mother, Mrs. Chas. Magnusson of Algona on Sunday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butterfleld, former Irvington residents were also pre- cnt. Mr. and Mrs. John Bock<s and amily ftnd Ralph S'umbo visited at he parental home in Fort Dodge flnct ncldentally celebrated their birthdays, vlrs. Bockes and Ralph are twins. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dltsworfh and Frank's brother. John, accompanied by itrs. Ditsworth's mother, Mrs. Mary farness arrived home Sunday noon rom Saguaclie, Colorado, where they had made a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Nina Ward, sister of Mrs. Ditsworth. Mrs. Harness was a guest of her daughter. Mrs. Ward during the summer months and will now remain at the Ditsworth home. Enroute home the party stopped for a short visit with Mrs.' Mildred Stanley, granddaughter cf Mrs. Harness, who resides at Sail- da. Colorado. The Cole-mans who have been raring for the Ditsworth* farm during t.h-:ir absence, returned to their home at Llvermore Sunday afternoon. age. A. J. Fehrs Celebrate Wedding Anniversary St. Benedict: Sunday, Oct. 7, being | Johri"simon, Jr., and Mrs. M. .E. Wors the 9th wedding anniversary of Mr. ton hgh line last Monday. Seven new poles were set. Mrs. Cleve Stewart entertained at a dinner last Thursday noon honoring Mrs. Hattie Vincent of Texas. Othe guests were Mrs. Frank Shilts, Mrs H.W.POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kind* of draying and hauling. sa-u The many friends of Mrs. Jewell Patterson will be glnd to know she is recovering nicely from her recent op- Fehr's brother," Bernard Arndorfer. I eratlon and is recuperating at tti<» Those present were Mrs. Rose Arn- home of her daughter. Mrs. Russell dorfer, Bernard and Herbert and Lu- | Maxwell in Algona. cille and Caollne Arndorfter, Rfcbert and Mrs. A. J. Fehr, they inivted a group of relatives to dinner. It was also the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Wltte, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Arndorfer and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller Ralph Lage and Hugh Baney were among those who threshed red clover A Mr. Larson from Algona. and famy, r. an rs. . . j^ wfc ^ r. arso ro . and family of Plum Creek, Mr. and had the threshing machine. Red clo- Mrs. Lawrence Cink, Genevleva Arn- I ver ^ no t producing as much seed this dorfer, George Olson of Algona and I sea son as in previous years. tlft-n nt*1t-\ri1r f\t f*OI*t*r\ll . I * •> i*ril< w_..nH. »•, evtnl VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN AWAY Enter , Amuiing Conteit. Here's .contest tbar", ^s a ytoAl^^Vou'llen,oy clunk. .Andwhatdoyougetfor«,besidesthe oUSeaig-yxr M. of color .tor. «„/«// Our prizes are genu^ Congoleum Gold S*al Ru«-the favorite floor-covering of millions of womeo be- cau« of their beauty and labor-saving qualiry. Water-proof, you know-so DO scrubbing. Clean with ,u« a mop! IstPrizt—*9 *12 foot CoDgoleum Gold Seal Rug. 2nd Prixt —a 6x9 foot Congoleum Gold Seal Rug. W Priz*— a 3 x 6 ft. Congoleum Gold Seal Rua. Remember, these pri« rugs are the famous nationally advertised Congoleum Runs, backed with th* Gold 6ea» guarantee. In case of ties, duplicate prizes wilft* given. Come in for an Official Entry Blank Free at our store. Contest end* November 1. Foster's Furniture Co. the arteries and heart trouble and has been in poor health for several years Funeral services will be htd at th Fenton Methodist church Wednesday afternoon and burial made In the M. E. cemetery here. 400 at Hwrtecomlnjr The meetings for the 60th anniversary and homecoming which were held Thursday were brought to a close on Sunday evening. A large attendance was present at each meeting. A com- murHty dinner was oerved In the church dining room Sunday. Approximately 400 were registered during tbe session. The Rev. 3. T. snyder has been reappointed and will serve the local community for another year. Margaret and Selmar Skare of Radcliffe spent the week end at the parental Sam Skare home. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bonnstetter arc the parents of a daughter since Saturday, Sept. 29. She was named Stella Ann. The Fenton and Bancroft high school baseball teams played here last Thursday evening. The fcore was 4 to 2 in favor of the locals. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Nelson of Essex spent last week Wednesday at the Dr. J. A. Mueller home. Dr. Mueller and Dr. N-elson were classmates. Ole Frandl, employed on the E. K. Johnson farm, had the fore finger of hU right hand badly lacerated in a corn binder last week Tuesday afternoon. Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reldel and Ward, son of Dr. and Mrs E W. Ruske had their tonsils removed at Dr. J. A. Mueller's office recently. The August Ekstroma of Butterflcld and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage were entertained at the J. A. Schwartz home Sunday. Mr. Ekstrom is Mr. Schwartz a brother-in-law. Alice Hantelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Veft last week Monday for Las Vegas, New Mexico, where she hopes to receive benefit for her health. Dr and Mrs. J. A. Mueller and baby and 'Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Sr., and Mr and Mrs. F. H. Elgler and Mary Jane spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bau Elgler at Esthervllle. The many Fenton friends of Mrs Walter Sorenson will be pleased 'to learn of her return home from Savannah, Missouri, where she spint several weeks taking treatment. Mrs Lena Pierce concluded her visit with relatives here and went to Algona last week Wednesday evening for a visit with her brother, George Boevers and family before leaviug Friday for her home at Dwight, Illinois. Dr. and Mrs. Clare Kitchen and son of Mason City, Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackey of Iowa City came Saturday for an over Sunday vliit at the home of Mrs. Kitchen and Miss Lindsey s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey. Mrs E. J. Frank was tendered a surprise party at her home last w«k on Tuesday night, honoring her birthday anniversary. Five hundred was played at eight tables. Fred Jacobs of Algona won high score honors and Mrs. O. B. Johnson received the consolation prize. Harold, Wayn-e and Jack Lee of Fremont arrived here Friday and visinjd until Sunday at the home of their cousin W. R. Wolfa and family. They cams for the corn husking season and began work Monday at the Fefcr Hayenga, E. A. Huskamp and Ernest Or- vig homes. Mrs. J. A. Mueller w*s hostess Wednesday afternoon at a tea in honor of Mrs J A. Mueller, Sr.. who is visiting at their home. Tbe guests attending were: the Mesdames J. T. Snyder, SB. Stratey. C. W. Prtebe. B. W. Meyer Jacob Hengel, Frank McFall, F. H. Eigler, W. T. Ohm, C. G. Humphrey, E. W. Ruske, rc'"mi* Ruske and J- •*-. Schwartz. Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod held quilting parties at her home Wednesday and Friday afternoons and evening. Those attending were: the Mesdames Howard Reeder, Bay Stoeber, W. V. Yager, Sam Warner, Earl Dean, J. T. Waite, B. Hei Wm. Brinck of Carroll. I jjjg •yyui Meyers is spending this week -with her sister, Mrs. Henry Lorraine Huschka, -who Is employed I gcheppman. Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. at Wesley spent Sunday at home. I scheppman returned to Mrs. Meyers Mr and Mrs. Dennis Carroll and home at Lake Park. On Wednesday daughter of near LuVerne spent Bun- I Mrs. Scheppman will reman for about day afternoon at the E. F. Arndorfer two weeks. home. Mesdames Wallace and George Dits- Irene Fasbender, daughter of Mrs. I worth and granddaughter, Rose Ellei Mary Fasbender who is taking a beau- of Bancroft wcrs week end guesta o ty course at Des Moines spent the week Mrs. Sam Reaper. On Sunday they end at home visitor with John Ditsworth and Mike Zitlzberger, son, Wm., and his returned tothelr respective homes on daughter, Dorothy, all of Carroll »pent Sunday evening, several days the past week, with their 0C VCiCU \*»J*> t»**W l/£*OV Tf^iV-B* T» •!»• -_-„.. daughter *nd sister, Mrs. Mary BUnon* and tamtly. Wm. Eich attended a grain .dealers' meeting at Humboldt Friday.; Mrs. Elch and daughter, Marlyn and' Whs, J. O. Downs accompanied him, going on to Fort Dodge to do shopping. A large crowd attended the first card party held ait the school hall last wex?k Tuesday evening. High prize In bridge was won by Rev. H. B. Kramer and in five hundred by Leo Ludwig, low prize by Mr. Kollasch and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller held a family dinner at their home Sunday. Those present Included Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Seller and family of Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blfcich and daughter, Mary Jane, of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller and son. Duane and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Seller and daughter, Jean Marie. Gearga Ann\» Geigel accompanied B*v. O. E*ui OarUon and B»U»«r Pratt "' . . of Algtwm to a district young "peopte'a Christian. Endeavor convention, at Spencer last week end. The meetings were held in the First Christian church with about 107 delegates registered. An accident occurred last Tuesday nornlng in the bend of the road Just orth of the old Fox farm. A car rith some school pupils was going at fast speed and couldn't make the orner. As the bank is quite steep at aat place the car did not go clear over ut landed on its side. Phyllis Asa, daughter of Mr. and rs. Frank Asa entertained last Saturday afternoon, the occasion being er eighth birthday. Those who cn- oyed the courtesy were Jack Schultz, he Wolfe children, Joe Lage, Bob Gel- pel, Ivabelle Miller, Chris and Maras Olson, Kenneth and Joyce Boc- ces and Jimmle Scheppman. The af- ernoon was spent at games. _ TITONKA NEWS Mrs. H. C. Schweppe and Mrs. Frank Meyer entertained the Lutheran ladles aid Wednesday afternoon at the church, basement. Guldo Sartor a medical student at the university of Iowa at Iowa City visited with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor and hia sisters the past week. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen entertained the Thursday luncheon bridge club. Mrs Harry Beed made high score and Mrs Miller Nelson, low. Mrs. George Benacker and Mrs. Miller Nelson were the guests. Mr. and Mrs. George Bonacker entertained the Dessert bridge club a their home on Tuesday evening. High score for coupks was made by Mr and Mrs. Martin Blelch. Mrs. J. 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