The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1934 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper DCS Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 13,1934 WOMAN, 79, HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Mary Harness Cele brates Occasion With Relatives Irvlngton: Mrs. Mary Harness, beloved lady of Irvlngton township, celebrated her TOth birthday last Friday, Dec. 7th, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Dltsworth. who lives on the Ridge road on the farm known to older residents as the old Lloyd place. Meg. Harness' son Frank, accompanied by his wife and their three year old grandson, Master Jlmmle Chrlstensen, and a friend. Bert Belt- ham an of Walworth. WIs, were present to help celebrate the occasion. Young Jlmmle is a. great-grandson of Mrs. Harness and a son of Dwea Harness Chrlstensen. also of Walworth. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Turner of Algona were dinner guests also on this date. Mrs. Harness has lived in this community many years and her friends wish her many more such happy occasions. A daughter. Mrs. Nina Ward, of Colorado, was unable to be present Miss Minnie Scheppman entertained a few friends informally Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cox and family of Austin, Minn., visited last week at the John Cox home. Miss Buena Raney and Georga Anne Gelgel are employed at the court house typing corn-hog contracts. Last Wednesday, Dec. 5. Mrs. J. W. Cox celebrated her 67th birthday by entertaining a few old neighbors for dinner. Howard Blanchard visited Sunday at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Howard teaches at Clarion. Mrs. Charles Deibler of the North Rich Point neighborhood visited the wwk end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel. Mrs. Sim Leigh is at the home of feer aMther. Mrs. Chas. Magnusson in Algona. Mrs. Magnusson is afflicted with heart trouble and is confined to her bed. In fplte of the blocked roads and snow drifts Ben Terhune, local rural mall carrier has been out every day. Merrill Parsons assisted Ben several days on the route. Mlas Blandlna Erpeldlng. teacher at the Center school, will present he* pupils on Monday evening. Dec. 17, in a Chrtotmas program to which the general public is invited. Mr and Mrs. George Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young and daughter, Wanda, were Sunday night supper guests at the Andrew Hansen home near Doan. The annual Chrtetmas party of the Plum Creek Literary society was held Wednesday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. Perry Phillips with Mrs. Laura Benschoter as assisting hostess. John and Barney I**"" to Chicago with cattle recently. •w^mTor the eattte Bamer has been feeding for about » year In the Sdaandplt One carload of hogs were shipped out Monday evening. Little Magdalene Kramer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joe Kramer, has been faartu ware than her share of illness. Sh«has been In the hospital for over five weeks now. On Dec. 20th, Magdalene win celebrate her sixth birthday. The Cresco Embroidery club will meet wltt» Mrs. J. W. Cox on Wednesday, Dec. 19, for their regular December meeting, which will be In the form of an Xmas party. Bach member will bring ft gift to be exchanged. Mrs. Loren Brown will have charge of the program. Friends here have received Invitations to the approaching wedding of Miss Mary Farrant, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clue. Farrant. former Irvlngton residents, but now living at Lake Crystal. Minn. Mary will be married on Dec. 19th to Otis Hudson also of Lake Crystal. Mrs. Delmar Angus and son. Bobby, are visiting this week at the J. M. Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard are at I/me Rock assisting with the work at the E. A. Thompson place. Mr. Thompson had his tonsils removed recently and to not recuperating as rapidly as had been anticipated. The local elevator has been busy lately taking in corn and also snipping. Shipments were made to HH1- rose, Colorado and Missouri, six carloads being disposed of. All was used for feeding purposes. Among these who shelled recently were Jess Bede'l. three carload.-, Harry Sabln, two. and Bernard Capesius. one. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox received word Monday evening of the death of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Cox of Aurora Neb. Mrs. Cox was 75 years old at the time of her death. She leaves a family of eight children, all married and away from home. Mr. Cox died about 13 years ago. The J. W. Cox family were unable to attend the funeral. A son. Roy Sherman, recently arrived at the Forbus Stitlz home. This is their second child, but the first *on. The young man was named after his grandparents, Sherman Stlltz and Roy Fitch. Miss Monica Studer is assisting with the house work and Mrs. George Johnson, aunt of Mrs. Stlltz. has been caring for mother and child who are getting along nicely. MANY AT RUES FOR PHIL CULLEN Prominent Whittemore Man Laid to Rest Last Week Whittemore: Relatives from out of town to attend the funeral cf Philip Cullen laat week were Mrs. Alice Miil- roney and «on. John of Mallard: Mr. and Mrs. James Cullen. Cylinder; Peter Mulroney. Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen, Mason City; W. A. Donahue and son. Will of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Cullen. and Mr. nnd Mrs. George Freeman. Cvllndci: Father Albert Conlon, Sioux City: Mr. and Mrs. Pickbahn Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joyce, Thos. Conlon. Mr. and Mrs F OR M. E. Conlon, Mrs. Jos. Conlon and son, Michtel, Mrs Dave Pagan, Em- metsburf?: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller, Royal: Mrs. John WBldron, Esthervlllf; and Mr. nnd Mr?;. F. E. Hand of Em- metsburft. t*fth*ran T. P. S. The Young People's society of St. Paula Lutheran church held their annual election of officers and the following were elected: president, June Wehhrspan; vloe president, P. J. Jessm: secretary. Esther Oswald; treasurer. Alvern Behnke; librarian. Alice D»u. Three new members, namely. Retn and Elda Struecker and Lloyd Walker, were taken into the society. Ralph Walker spent the week end at thr Gus Dietrich home at Rodman. Charles Braatz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz, is 111 with pneumonia. Irene Fowen went to Mason City on Saturday to spend a few days visiting friend.'-. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Btirdtnr nnd Cteopbas CTHen were Algona visitors Thursday. Mrs. Louis Braatz V.as been quite ill this week. Mrs. Charles Heidenwtth Is caring for her. Mrs. Rose Prye of Nevada. Iowa, is here visitinn her father, George Airhart who Is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ciillen of Emmetsburg visited Mrs. Phil Cullen and Irene Rooney Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt are the parents of a baby boy born Thursday. This is their 13th child. Mrs. J. 8. Cullen was called to Em- iretsburtr Saturday by the Illness oi her mother, Mrs. Dave Pagan. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Carlisle spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and family at Hurt. John Mermen went to Omaha Sunday eveninff where he will visit for A time with his wife and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Elscheld ant 1 family spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Eva German at St. Benedict. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Mont a? and fam- lly spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs. John Montag at Wwt Bend. Wlnfleld Carlisle drove to Ames on Thursday to spend a few days with James Lerdal. his former room mate. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspan arc the proud parent* of twin boys born Thursday. They have four other sons. Mrs. Margaret Pasch of St. James. Minn. Is here visKlng her mother. Mrs. Lena Elbert. who has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and family visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kuecker at West Bend on Sunday. Ava Simpson, Catherine arid Mar- parct Simpson and Roselli HlgRivn were visiting friends in Fort Dod«r on Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Will Mnnhs. Mr. and Mrs. Frrd Mflshs cf Nashua, Minn., have been vlsitin? Julius Mnahs •vho 1. 'prioiisly 111. Thr Methodist Indies were greatlv pieced with tho success of their bn- 7.8nr nnd wish to thank nil those who took part to make it « John Llnenbach left Saturday ing for Oten Haven, Wls* «t*ec* Ke will spend some time vtaitlng hto brother. Joe, and sister, Mrs. John Volgt and other relatives. Mrs. Cecelia Elbert and AufMta Prlester were in Pon Dodge Saturday. They were nccompanied there bjr MMT Elizabeth Elbert. who had spent «•» week here wRh her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Will 8ali of tenure. Illinois, are visiting his sisters, Ke»dames Joe Loebncb, Theo. Knecbt, KO- rhael Kollasch and his brother, CttfW. gfllz, also with ether relative*. Peter Dahlhauser, son, Ed and Joe Foxsen left for Tullah, 1/mWaaa. where the former will load hi» perMfr- ;il belonRings and move back to ft ffttm east of West Bend which he reeenwr piirchnsed. Mrs John Blsenlufl, and Mrs. Mite Ti'.ul received word Friday evtntaff :'iat their mother. Mrs. P. W. P«M- boiiser was feriouMy ill at the r f iier daughter. Mrs. A. J. tlinl in Emmetsburg. Ankle Sprained WhiKemore: While Elmer Greinert was riding a horse it slipped and fell on him. and his right ankle was badly sprained. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr are the parents of a baby boy, born Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth were visitors at the Ben Dorr home Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Henry Etecheid near Algona. Miss Lorraine Huschka of Wesley spent Saturday and Sunday with her grandmother. Mrs. Anna Huschka and sister, Louisa. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Arndorfer attended an aluminum ware demonstration supper at the A. B. Venteicher borne Monday evening. Diana, second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mra. Macnua Babm bad tbe mte- fcSrtrn* oTtoreaklng her arm between ISrwrist and elbow Saturday while playing. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, Bernard, Lucille and Caroline Arndorfer and Mrs. A J Fehr were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Leo C. Miller home nwr plum Creek. 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