The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 12, 1936
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100 AT BANQUET HELD WEDNESDAY BYLUVERNEM.E Mothers; and Daughters Enjoy Annual May Session LuVerne: A social event that annually takes place the first week of May was held Wednesday evening when the Methodist Ladles' Aid sponsored the Mothers and Daughters banquet. Over 100 were seated at tables decorated with spring flowers. Dainty May baskets were at each plate. 'These contained the menu and program. Mrs. Albert Genrich, president of the society, was toastmlstress. Doris Genrlch sang a group of solos, Benon Neal welcomed the mother and Mrs. John Brink responded to this toast. Arlene Miller and Thelma Hof gave a violin duet and Mary Dlmler gave the reading, "Mother. The rest of the program was group singing led by Mrs. Viola Bishop. New House Start* Work was begun on a new house for the C. B. Huff family on lots they recently purchased east of the Harry Llchty home. Mr. Huff runs the Model Cafe and the family nave made their home with Mrs. Huff's mother, Mrs. Lena Stauffacher for some years. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson have moved Into rooms In the Chandos Smith home. They operate the •sandwich shop. Mr. and Mrs. Relnhold Welsen- berg were business visitors In Lu- The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 12,1936 Verne one day last week. Their home is in Idaho. MM. John Heftl was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Zimmerman at a Mothers' Day party given by the Fortnightly club at Renwlck * riday. Mrs. Pay Thompson, Eagle Grove, attended the Mothers and Daughters banquet Wednesday night and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Rev. David Lang and Miss Huldah Fritzemeier attended the Evangelical conference at Story City beginning Wednesday. Miss Frltee- meler was delegate from the local congregation. Others from the church attended the services Sunday. Mrs. Vera dimming*, Des Moines was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Carl Ooetsch last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Z won I t«er, of Netawoka, Kansas, came last week and are staying at the Albert Heftl home. They expect to stay here If he can flnd employment ST. JOE NEWS H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured agauut lose or damage. Equipped U to efl kind* of draying and hauling, sa-tt Rev. George Theobald and Wm. B. Devlne purchased new Chevrolets the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. William Reding spent last Monday at the Albert and George Garmann homes at Elmore, Minn. Anna Kayser returned home on Wednesday after spending several days at the James Becker home north of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Gales and Florence and Bernadine Hilbert left Monday for a few days' visit with relatives at Watkins, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding were Sunday afternoon visitors at the R. A. Skaugstad home In Humboldt Mrs. Wm. Hammer and son, Herbert were callers Monday afternoon at the Warren Dalley and Mrs. G. W. Dalley homes near Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. John Erpeldlng and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devine and family, Margaret, Andrew and Pal Erpelding and Rosalia Friders surprised Mrs. Paul Ernst last Sunday, the ocasion being her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding entertained the following Sunday evening to supper: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert and sons, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Plathe and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kohlhaas and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Geishecker and ( family. BURTfflSCHOOL SENIORS BANQUET And Afterward Took ID The Dance Held At Bancroft Burt: The junior-senior banquet was held last Wednesday evening at the Marvin hotel. A Dutcl scheme of decoration was used, the tables being decorated with tulips and windmills and place cards be ing shape of Dutch boys. These also contained the program anc menu. The program consisted o the following: "Wind," by Richard Weiske; "Arms", by Lyle Fraser "Towers", by 8. J. Fardal; "Wat? In Dutch?" by Barbara Hott; class history by Marie Carter; piano solo by Eugenia Mae Kriethe; class prophecy, Ham and Sam; pantomime, by Marjorle Martinson and Kathryn Elvldge; class will by Merwyn Bahling; Vocal duet by Martha Ruhnke and Robert Gray, musical reading by Stella Isenberger; quartette, Junior boys. This year's graduating class consists of 17 members. Fireman's B«M The fireman's ball Thursday even- Ing was a great success, a very large crowd attending. Nearly a hundred tickets were sold. A Fairmont orchestra furnished the music. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the fire department Beckworths Return The Maynard Beckworths who sold out their cafe business a few months ago to Everett O'Keefe, and moved to Blue Earth, have returned to Burt and will again operate the cafe. It is closed for a few days while redecorating Is being done. The O'Keefes have moved to Lakota until they can decide upon another location. o, D ' F -Slaughter is driving a new Oldsmoblle car. H. E. Rachut attended a bankers convention at Sac City Friday. Mrs. John Moser and daughter, of Austin Minn., were Burt visitors Thursday. News Items of Wesley Vicinity | EITHER engagement ring matches the wedding ring— S-VK' a wider, more elaborate engagement ring, if you choose; or, in the SAME design, a narrower, more conservative engagement ring, if that ii what you prefer. The idea ii new, and important Come in and let us explain. w»lr~ wTTV' y of Mr and Mrs Waif Waltman has been quite ill with throat and ear trouble. < m M n?'T Art Fandal and children spent Thursday and Friday at the Hoy Schlltz home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher fished at Crystal Lake Thursday. Marjorie Pannkuk has been at Iowa City for several days having hospital 8 treated at the Unive "»ty Mrs. Seldon Straley and little S? g l ' Fenton . spent Friday at M 2 meE ,° f T, her P arente - Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace. Mrs. 8. M. Peterson and daueh ter. Erna and Mrs. A. R. Godfr? 1- «pn were guest* Thursday at the Oeorge Lannlng home. June Rtutb and Ruth Thompson went to Rolfe Friday evening and gave a tap dance at the class play given there that evening. Edward Polhemus and a friend who i, W lth him in a CCC camp at Clarion, made a short visit on Thursday at the M. E. Polhemus nome. Members of the school musical organization enjoyed a skating pir- ..L at Tltonk <» Friday evening The n^ 8idc furnished refresh- Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Shiplcr are parents of a son born Monday May < Mrs. Russell Shipler rntertalned at a shower for the new baby on Thursday afternoon. The last P. T. A. meeting of this school year will be held next Thursday evening. The annual Hr-hnni exhibit will be held at this time and Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin drove to Charles City last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes and Mrs. L. L. Lease drove to Fort Dodge Friday afternoon. The Methodist Aid will hold a business meeting at the church this week Wednesday. A pot luck lunch will be served. Joseph Ormsby, of the Bedford CCC camp, who had spent a week's vacation at home, returned to Bedford Friday night Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury visited Mrs. Amesbury's relatives at Nora Springs and Rudd, last week Sunday and Monday. The local National Union for Social Justice will give a card and dance party in the near future to raise money for expenses. Miss Candace Packard, Gllmore City, once a teacher here, spent last week Sunday and the preceding Saturday with Mrs. Fred Diek- roan. Mr. and Mrs. Havid Johnson, Minneapolis, spent last week Sunday and the preceding day at the home of Mrs. Carl Franzen, Mrs. Johnson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby attended the funeral at Britt Saturday for Orville Foster. He was the husband of Ella May Murray, a friend of the Ormsbys. Herbert Johnson, who Is attending school at Mankato, spent the week end here with his mother. Mrs. Thora Johnson, and sisters, the Mesdames Herman Carlson, Fred Bentele and Esther Skow. Helen Franzen's pupils put on a Mothers' day program Friday afternoon. Calvin Higdon, who won first In the Amateur night, is a pupil of Miss Franzen, and he was to sing at a Farm Bureau program at Stllson Friday night The Thursday club met with Mrs. Grattldge last week. Mrs. Zerbe won high, Mrs. Gerdes travel prize. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Myrtle Kouba. The afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Louis Goetz the same day. Mrs. Aldrfch won both high and travel prizes. Among persons who attended funeral services for the late Wm. Foertsch were the following relatives: Peter Wlrth, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wirth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wlrth, and Mr. and Mrs. John Wlrth, all of Gilbert; and Joe Wlrth, Williams. Among friends present were the Misses Katy and Maggie Jurgen and their nephew, William Fitzgerald, Gilbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Monson, Humphrey, Minn. WHITTEM Chief W. A. Rusch, Others To Have All Expenses Paid Whittemore: The Whittemore volunteer fire department held a meeting last week Friday night at the city hall with Rusch In the chair. Chief W. A. Regular bus— •"«-•-. «»«a£uiui uuo~ mess was transacted and it was decided a good plan to send delegates to the state fire school which will be held at Ames the latter part of this month as there are many new members in the fire company and the chief was authorized to appoint five delegates to go to Ames for the day with expenses pail by the fire company. Archie Volght, 40 A number of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight gathered at the Volght home to h?H,, Ml \ V . 0 i ght celebrat « his 40th birthday Wednesday evening. Cards were played and lunch was served. Those who attended are: the Frank Schumachers, the Louis Hackbarths, Lotts Creek; the Theo. Bierstedts. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hogan, West Bend; Carl Voigt. Sr.. and daughter, Ella, the Herman Volghts and Leonard Meyer, Lillian Kuecker and Elda Baas. At Kin's Bedside ind Mrs. Geo. Meyer by Mr». Louis* Ray Oliver, driver of the Rural Service truck, and Mike Besch attended a Rural Service meeting at Humboldt last week Tuesday. Dee Ostwald. who moved his family Into the old Henry Hooker house this spring, moved his family Friday to a farm near LuVerne where he will work this summer. Will Hlggins, Jr.. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Will Oliver, went to Des Moines last week Tuesday where Mrs. Oliver underwent a radium treatment for a growth on her face. Mrs. Will Schmeling, Emmetsburg, Arnold Baas, Jeffers, Minn., Minn., , . Minn., were at the Will Lauck home, on Thursday for a short visit and to attend to business matters. all returned home Thursday. They MATH NEMMERS. BANCROFT, DEAD Retired Hardware Merch ant Buried Friday; 7 Children Living Bancroft: Math Ncmmers. prominent local hardware merohnnt for many years passed away at his home Wednesday after a month's illness. Funeral services were held in St. John's church Friday and burial was made in St. John's cem- Mr. Nemmers was born August 2 «« ?' Dnutus ' Iowa On •>•"• 1886. he was married to Margaret Schilt* at LaMotte. Iowa They moved to Bancroft 45 years ago. where Mr. Nemmers owned and operated a hardware store until his retirement. He is survived by seven children: ur. Edward Nemmers nnd Dr Peter Nemmers, Chicago; Albert Lawrence, Corrlne and Josephine' Bancroft; and two brothers, Henry of Waterloo and George. LaMotte One son, Frank, died of influenza while in service during the World War, Oct. 1. 1918. His wife also preceded him in death Dec 23 1932. Phil Recker. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker. was III with the flu last week. Mrs. Anna Leslie, who has been working at Emmetsburg. returned home Tuesday. Father Robert Qulnn, Fort Dodge visited at the home of his mother, Mrs. Bridget Qulnn, Thursday. Edward Becker. Mason City, visited with his mother, Mrs. Josephine Becker, Tuesday nnd Wednesday. Dr. R. E. Weber attended a state veterinary meeting Wednesday. Dr. Gellenfeldt, Lakota, accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy of Hutchinson. Minn., visited friends and relatives here Thursday and Friday. Mrs. C. J. Lenander is visiting at the home of Mrs. Ida Adolph son. The Lenanders formerly lived here. Mnrcella Coyne, R. N., Joliet, 111., who has been visiting here the past two weeks, returned home Satur- day. Her sister. Alta. returned to Joliet with her for a visit. News was received Thursday from New Vienna of the death of Mrs. Mary Wedemer. who was th<> housekeeper at the Barney Brink residence until recently when she became ill. Calista Elsbecker who hns been visiting her sister. Olga Elsbecker, R. N., at Carroll, Iowa, returned home Sunday. Her brother Leo Elsbecker and family drove to Carroll after her. Mrs. Wayne Hardman. who has been living in Ames, has rented rooms at the Edwin Kreckow residence. Her hsband. Lieutenant Wayne Hardman. is employed at the CCC camp here. Vera Morris, who teaches the seventh and eighth grades at the public school, has accepted a position at Gowrie, Iowa, for the coming year. Margery Sherman succeeds her in her position here. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams entertained her club Friday night. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. _^ • •• - -•• •- *••• n'w i>i i/,c. Mrs Hoffman and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan were guests of the club. Throe families In town . H. J. Guide won first prize, Evn Mason won travel and Karl HolTman won low prize move,! Purchas- eH hw- , Purcas- ed he Wendell residence and mov- ° d '" at onee The Paul Mulligans moved to the house recently vacated by the Vincent Lattimers. who moved to the house In the west end of town vacated by the Joseph Cog- leys. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. John Brink. Thursday night. After the business meeting, bridge was played. Mrs. Arthur Murray won high score and Mrs. Ben Lampe, low. Mrs. Lampe also won the cut prize. A lunch was served later. Mrs. Andrew Fangman and Reglna Fangman were assisting hostesses. Whittemore News Mrs. Harlan Fish and Esther Heldt were released from quarantine Friday for scarlet fever in the Kate Haag rooms. A number of friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell gathered at their home Thursday evening to celebrate Mrs. Bell's birthday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. August Bierstedt, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hanover, the Wm. Roeb- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and son. Charles, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas, Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, West Bend, the Theodore Ostwalcl*. Cards were played and refreshments were served at midnight Democratic Candidate for Supervisor First District—Kossuth County John H. Fraser Of Biverdale Township IF NOMINATED AND ELECTED I pledge a fair, efficient, honest and economical management in the First District, where I have been a lifelong resident and taxpayer. Representation calls for strict attention to duty, with a constant wish to act for the general public welfare, not to build up a private political machine. the newly organized piece band will play. Will Toebben, Chicago, - _ jk ftt th» hn er, Mrs. forty-four spent i -••» ^"Jt-aKC/, aPciiC last week at the home of his moth- Toebbe "- His sister, GRADUATION GIFTS , HAMILTON AND 'EN' WATCHES SHAEt'FER LIFE TIME PENS AN I* PENCILS Many other items to chouse from. A. H. Borchardt - --— -•.' VV w..ii. *am aimer, Olof Olson and baby, Elmore. Minn., also spent several days last week at the Toebben home. The Fldells Sunday School class, taught by Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, met "t the church Tuesday afternoon for its monthly social meeting. Es- Mr f ^? hl ,'! lg> o Mr8 Edwin Allen « nd Mrs Martin Becker were hostesses. Glen Anderson, Frazer, Minn nas been hired to succeed S J Fardal as teacher of music and other subjects. Mr. Anderson is a married man with one small child. He has had five years of experience in teaching. Friday was Maxine Kearns, sixteenth birthday and in honor of the occasion four girl friends were en- trrtalned at her home Sunday evening. They were Mary Ann .Smith Ruth Thompson, June Hash «nd i'hyllis Hrooke. Last week Tuesday was Mrs. c. B. Mltrhcll's birthday and in honor of the event, Several of her friends planned u surprise wiener roast at the Cull State I'ark. Besides Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell, the L. E Koet- muns. M. M. Chiumans. W .1 Lork- woods und L. E. Riebholfs were present. Among the Burt women attending the County Federation of Women's elubs meeting ut Titonka last week Tuesday were Mrs AH Meinzer, Mrs. H. O, Buell, Mrs. F L. Prutt, Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. O. H. Graham, Mrs. F L Ryerson. Ruth Hodgson and Mrs D. L. McDonald. Mrs. Herman Volgt and daughter Evelyn, were at Fort Dodge, Wed nesday. The former three were called to the bedside of Martin Nissen who has a severe case of pneumonia In a hospital. Mr. Nissen is a brother of Mrs. Meyer and a son of Mrs. Nissen. M«rr< rial Day It was planned to observe Mem- jrial day at Whittemore this year The Legion boys have met and iracticed nnd the Whittemore hand under the direction of L. J. Heckerson, is doing its to get into shape and be ready to play for thn occasion. Balgcman Surprise A surprise party was held last week Sunday cvon'.ti j at In.' Frank Balgeman honi-j in honor of Mr Balgeman's birthday. Those who attended were: Mr. anj Mis. Ceo Balgeman and family, West Bend' Mr and Mrs. Will Heller, Harry Bulgeman. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Raymond Heller and Ernest Johnson. The evening was socially spent and a lunch was served as they all brought well filled baskets. Lutheran Aid The Ladies' Aid society of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation will hold its regular monthly meeting Thursday. May 14. Those who are on the serving and entertaining committee are Mrs. C. C. Baas Mrs. Annie Dau, Mrs. W. H. t tun ..*<...< t. ~Sy More and more people are buying the NEW 1936 CH r?f •?'*?. >* ' ,.'**-•• ifctr'.#>•>*'<* 9^.. & NIW "««CTID HYDtAUUC MAKES «••»» r mmrrn-^ i cts n ] 1 eople today want a rar tliai'n abaolob-ly t*fr that money can buy, fur it's the only low «*\ tiu . ,, m <:herro|rf with Nrw Vrrffrtn{ n 1 —• -. . •«. ajtfji.ii- er, Mrs. Herman Gade, Mrs. P. L Jessen, und Mrs. Louis Greinert The meeting will be held at the Lutheran school hall in the afternoon. Kute Haag visited at the home of Mrs. Enuna Johnston, in Emmetsburg, Thursday. Herman Maahs is the ownt-/- of | a )U3« Ford V-t> whkh lie purchased the early part of hist 'vi-(,-i< Mrs. H. E. Woodward attended a county meeting of the Woman's Hub ut Titonka lust week Tuesday. Jfe'H'ELEB Has Won $498 In Fair Premiums Here Nearly 20 years of participation in the Kossuth County fair have brought Lester Wilson a grand «o- tttl of $408 in premiums. Lester wus in the office the other day and just for fun had added up his premiums. Starting back in JS17, when E. A. Woleott was president, uud 8. D. Quartoo was secretary, he collected $157. tha most of any year. But that sum proved to be tin encouragement, and ha won again in W8, iea», 1821, 18W, 1823 m£ 1928, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1029 1933 1884 and 1838—and intend*'to win again in 1836. fOUD STEU nm-pUc* TUttET TOP Wiae buyer* also want complete overhead ivoleclioa ... a Solid Sierl uoe- P'ece Turret Top . . . the •tn>ag<*l~anil •martait tup made. This feature aUo ia eiclusive to Chevrolet io lite lower price range. Another rea»ou why people preier Chevrolet! KNH-ACnON CUOMO UM* And when you're riding, you naturalrjr want the smoothest and trot comfortable ride known. That means Ube Knm-Artina Clidg^ /J***"* 1 . O"^ (ierrofct bring, j t to'youTat low cant. AT L-rV IT PAYS LIVE STOCK BY RAIL "North We*tern"o6cri ihipp«ri many adfaotagcf in getting Uv« stock Co market — economy loo. For example below is the cvti •/ t minimum u/tifbt c»r. fro* Htig* ALGONA Mta. Wi. MM. W,. Ut*. Wl »• I4.J88 UK. «,00« On. »,««« It*. Den Moine* 928.88 $38.40 W8.W MaJshallUmu 28.70 37.20 34.10 Cedar B»piu» 33.83 43.20 38.60 Chicago V. ». Yds. 07.05 84.30 77.50 245S CHICAGO L- SORItl Wl Ml MN i oiuir •tock'bf imlk coomb row Loca CAN. V.ft>. . . Phone 804-J GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION Here in another i-nil for I ajul fcafi-ly feature wbirli it, found only in this one low- prired ear. 11 eK:o,,|,a in l.rtarzra on wurni <!»>», uiul preveuu dridla on colj days. HtGH-COMF*fSSION VAlVE-JN-MfAO ENGINE It's M-tuiible to oavit money, particularly when you cjn ,1ft the durst itcrfiirm^utx along wilh the bjvint;. Ou-vroJ«-r» IJigiMJompjriw. JJ5L Va ' v< ' -in '_"_'' a< (. l^neinr r cicluMVe u< QicvrijJft in iu>price range —given uuequaltxj (icrforuiducu wilii ccuuuuy. ,**, -n-:»> SHOCKPIOOF STEERING* Drivers prtf.r ,t f,, r Mill auoLbrr rea^n •SWkp'-xjf Sirring. . . . a f calUTe ^jj dri Uu.irula-.thc ,l lnt a^al"U, 1 ?,:"" * ¥ , ««*iOliT'« L°W '-CIS '495 GENERAL MOr08S INSTALLMENT i>tAN— MONTHLY PAYMtNtS TO i( ji r YOU g pggjj aee Kossuth Motor Company Algous, Iowa

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