The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 16,1936 CEMETERY ASS'N VOTEUUVERNE Mrs. F. I. Chapman Reelected President, Mrs. P. 0. Lichty, Sec'y LuVerne: At the annual election or officers of the LuVerne Cemetery Association Thursday, Mrs. F. I. Chapman was reelected president; Florence Hof was chosen as vice president; Mrs. P. C. Lichty secretary; Mrs. Kate Barton, assistant secretary and Hulda Frltze- meier, treasurer. About sixty women were at the meeting, which was held at the city hall. Mrs. Chapman was elected delegate to the state organization convention to be held June 17-18-19 at Council Bluffs. The next meeting will be the annual picnic at the park on July 9, with Mrs. Wm. Miller, Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Mrs. Flora Raney and Mrs. Lee Lichty, hostesses. Philips' Brother Dies 8. F. Phillips received word on Tuesday of the death of a brother, John, whom he, with two other brothers, visited two weeks ago at the home in Ohio. Burial was Wednesday at the former home of the Phillips family at Deer Creek, 111. Plan Concerts Soon There were 23 out to band practice, Thursday evening, and with a few more practices, the group will be able to give Saturday night concerts. The school board Is financing the project and have arranged for 3. F. Granzow, Algona, to lead the group in this way helping to keep up the work of the school band, although anyone interested can play in it. He gives instruction to individuals all day Friday. Pastor's Wife Welcomed The Evangelical Missionary society and the Mission Band held a meeting together Friday afternoon at the George Merkle home. Hulda Fritzemcier as president of the Missionary society extended a welcome to Mrs. Ernest Walters, the new pastor's wife. A short play was given by some of the members and Melvin and Lawrence Marty play- nn insrtumentul duet. Mrs. E. A. •Schroeder, Cedar Falls, was a guest. The Ernest Meyers, Ocheydan, were over Sunday guests at the Emil Meyer home. ' Chas. Carlson who formerly lived on the Emil Anderson farm, was here from Des Moines last week renewing acquaintances. A daughter. Marcia Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Wednesday, June 10. She is their first child. The Methodist Aid will meet on Wednesday at the City hall with Myrtle Jordan, Marvel and Evelyn Alexander and Emma Voss, hostesses. The John Wieners. Lincoln, Nebraska, were here Wednesday to attend the funeral of Gertrude Hof. Mr. Wiener formerly managed an elevator here. Friends here received last week the graduating announcement of Gordon Lovell, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lovell. The Lovells formerly lived here and Mr. Lovell was postmaster for several years. Their home is now at Beloit, Wisconsin. The Harold Phillips visited several days last week at the E. L. Phillips home at Sioux City. Mrs. Ernest Phillips came back with them and Mr. Phillips came Sunday to attend a family gathering honoring David Phillips, Colorado Springs, who will soon return to his home. The announcement of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stocker, Rochester, Minn., has been received by relatives here. Mrs. Stocker will be better remembered to LuVerne people as Opal White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John White. The Stockers have one daughter, Diane. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty entertained at a dinner Friday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist and Ruth Lichty who came from Chicago for a ten day visit. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict and Chas. Patterson. The women and Mr. Patterson are sisters and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson, North Platte, Nebraska, have been visiting at .the Aaron Steussy and Harry Lichty homes. They were en- route home after attending the funeral of Mrs. Robinson's step-father at Britt one day last week. Mr. Robinson is a conductor on a stream-lined passenger train running between North Platte and Denver. LUTHERAN AID PICKS LEADERS Whittemore: The Ladies Aid society of St. Paul's Lutheran con- regatlon met last Thursday at the ..utheran school hall. After their regular meeting officers were elided for one year which starts on July 1st. Mrs. Otto Hahn was elected president; Mrs. W. A. Rusch, vice president; Mrs. Louis Grelnert, secretary; Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Teasurer. Those who served at .his meeting were Mrs, Otto Hahn, Wrs. Harry Helmke, Mrs. J. H. tfelmke, Mrs. Wm. Hanover, Mrs. Tred Helnrich, Mrs. Henry Lauck. Those who will serve next month on July 9, are Mrs. Art Heldenwlth, Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mrs. Will L,auck, Mrs. Fred Lehman, Mrs. 3d Maahs and Mrs. George Maahs. LuVerne Shower For Recent Bride LuVerne: A miscellaneous shower was given last week Tuesday afternoon honoring a recent bride, Mrs John Bockes at the Bockes home Hostesses were Mrs. Harvey Enfield, Mrs. Albert Schipull, Mrs. Paul Scott and Mrs. Ed. Lentz. Mrs. Bockes was the recipient of many nice gifts. Previous to her marriage two weeks ago at the Little Brown Church at Nashua, she was Nellie Huff. Mrs. Otto Hahn, President; Mrs. Greinert, Sec'y-Treasurer Carl and Madeline Sauer Visit St. Joe Home on Vacations St. Joe: Carl Sauers spent the week end at the home of his parents. He will spend the summer at Cedar Falls where he has obtained employment. His sister Madeline, who has been at Iowa City. returned home the first of the week for a several weeks' vacation. On June 27 she will leave for Bridgeport, Connecticut, where she has obtained employment in the General Motors main office. On her way to Connecticut she will visit with an uncle In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. August Bierstedt of Fenton visited at the homes of Whittemore friends Sunday. Marguerite Brattz went to Em- netsburg last Monday to stay with Mr. and Mrs. Miller this summer. Miss Emanuel who formerly taught school here, spent a few days at the John Cullen home last week. Peter Schumacher attended a meeting and banquet at Mason City last week Monday night given by the Mid-Continent Petroleum Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albright and family of Plum Creek visited at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hahn recently. Lloyd Walker, Algona, was accompanied by Lillian and Ellsworth and Mrs. Art Heidenwith and Mrs. Clarence Sebers of Garner to Fort Dodge Friday. Evelyn Voigt and Gladys Ostwald who spent last week at the home of their aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mathews, returned home on Saturday afternoon. A number from here attended the mission festival at West Bend on Sunday and also a few from here spent Sunday at the Letts Creek Lutheran school picnic. Father Veit and Father Hyland left last week Monday for Sioux City, where they spent the week attending the annual retreat for priests of the Sioux City diocese. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell was christened Sunday at the St. Paul's Lutheran church by Rev. VV. H. Discher. Sponsors were Mrs. August Bierstedt of Fenton and Otto Bell. Viola Muller is attending l.o the houeshold duties at the Leonard Weydert home. John Berte is the possessor of a new Chevrolet truck purchased In Llvermore this week. The St. Joe baseball team played ball with Rodman on the Rodman diamond Sunday, June 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammer and son, Herbert, were callers at the John Hammer home, Sexton, Tuesday afternoon. Vernon Plathe is at the Matt Klrsch home this week and Arthur Plathe is helping at Jlmmie and Casper Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Mrs. Lucy Wagner were visitors on Tuesday evening at the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. Mrs. Lucy Wallace and son, Nicholas and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Theodore Schroeder home at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer arid sons and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding were Sunday afternoon vis- tors at the James Becker home, lorth of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann, Sr., Mrs. Charles Plathe and Mrs. Vm. Hammer and son, Herbert, were Wednesday afternoon visitors ,t the John Thill home near Whitemore. Nichola"s Wagner, Leo Friders, Ray Thilges, Bill and George Becker and Joseph Becker spent Thursday evening at the Eugene Thul home near Ottosen. The boys helped Eugene celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Fisher and daughter, and Miss Lulu Fisher of Omaha, spent last Sunday at the home of their mother, Mrs. Emily Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. P. Peterson of California spent a few days the past week at the home of their nunt and uncle. Miss Jennie and Ed Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller returned Thursday, from their ( trip to their old home in Pennsylvania. They accompanied their son. Ray Miller, nnd wife of Fort Dodge. Walter Williams returned Friday from Davenport where he attended grand lodge of the Masons. Quentin Kongsbach accompanied him home from Cedar Falls, for a week end at home. Donald Berzinski of Minneapolis, a noted piano accordian player, who is visiting In the Stagman home played selections on his piano accordian Sunday morning during the Children's Day exercises. He is about 11 years old. The young people of the Epworth League* served a chicken and noodle supper at the church Saturday evening. The money taken In will be used to defray the expenses of the members to the institute at the Methodist camp grounds at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ladato and son have gone to their home in Taos, New Mexico. Both graduated from Dubuque University this spring and have since been visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Noeding. They are both learners in the school at Taos. Nite Baseball ALGONA PARK Thursday. June 11 Humboldt vs. Algona Humboldt is After Revenge for a Defeat by Algona, Earlier in the Season Sunday, June 14 Kansas City Monarchs vs. Algona Grays Another Big Team Here. The Monarchs are Tops of Negro Baseball Teams We oiiVr to residents of the State of Iowa only $153,000 SIOUX CITY SEED COMPANY, ING, 6% Cumulative Preferred Stock Ttu- ixijitu-i* af Sioux City Seed Company was es- ublp.sJti^t ui IS>< The Company has paid regular i(ivivl'.-u-.U .m us preferred stock at the rate of ti per w-vu' 1 \^v Aim"'" since Us first issuance in 1920. Net. •/HIU during ttu> past i.'ii fiscal years have aver- i- five nines preferred dividend require- The Company is required to establish and out vf existing surplus or net earnings, a iv»erve sufftcteiu to pay at least four annual dtvutetub ou all preferred stock outstanding. m- Owupdiiv u> aUo required to set aside 25 per " Aiuuud tu-i earuhms available for common " be U:ietl to repurchase i •.•:•„•...• .K-.AiU vi ill be furnished on request f.uv $UU per share. To Yield: 5.94 per cent Corporation w>UjLUtTvi«l Uldg. til UU. IOWA I'. H. KIS31CK, Represeutative. SEXTON NEWS The Fusion Play was shown a the church here, Wednesday night A Children's Day program wil be given Sunday morning at thi church here, following Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus went to Illinois Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr. Sanders' brother. Will Hoover, Olivia. Minn., spent Wednesday night at the A. L. Greenfield home. He is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Greenfield and was on his way to Princeton, 111., to visit relatives. Eichpoint News Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield spent Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Will Runchey. Frank Capesius drove to Ames Saturday to bring his son, Edmund, home for the summer vacation. The Elmer, Ralph and Floyd Smith families of Swea City were Sunday guests at the J. F. Black home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson with Mrs. Irving Urch and Mrs. Elmer Kelly, Algona, were Mason City shoppers Thursday. Fred Geigel and daughter, Georga Ann, drove to Omaha Wednesday to meet Mr. Geigel's sister, Anne, who is to visit relatives here for some time. Mrs. Chaa. Egel entertained a group of friends Thursday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Everett Van Steinberg of Flint, Michigan. Surprise Taylors on Wedding Date Union: The Earl Taylors were very happily surprised last Friday evening when Mrs. Taylor's folks, the L. J. DeGraws, Algona, and her sister, Mrs. Cecil MeGinnis and husband, also of Algona, and another sister, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, Des Moines, dropped in unexpectedly and brought their supper. It was the Taylors' 13th wedding anniversary. The Stephensons happened to be in Algona, coming to be in attendance at a Stephenson family reunion. BURT NEWS New Scarlet Fever Canes Three new cases of scarlet fever have developed recently in the Leo Brayton family. Mrs. Brayton, Darlene and Iva Marie are the new patients. Josie Dittmer, Algona. is caring for them. At Camp Meeting The Rev. George Wessel spent most of last week attending a camp meeting at Rcdfleld, South Dakota. He was one of the speakers four days. This is one of the very few such camp meetings now held under the auspices of the Methodist church. It has been held each year for more than fifty years. The Rev. Wcssel was instrumental in having the park purchased in which the meeting is held when he was superintendent of that district in 1910. Lotts Creek News Band concert was well attended Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach purchased a new Chevrolet Wednesday. Mrs. Art Kressin, Barney. North Dakota, and Helen Radig. Pasadena, California, visited the Lutheran school Monday. Hannah and Ada Fiene. Ames, returned to their home Friday evening. They attended college at Ames and are going to spend the summer at home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radig and son, Herman James, Mrs. Ray Pitts, Mrs. Jack Kressin and son, Paul and Mrs. Art Kressin returned to Barney, North Dakota, Friday. The program given by the Lutheran school Friday evening was well attended. Rev. Discher, of VVhittemore, speaker of the evening, gave a very inspiring address. The upstairs school room was filled. People from neighboring towns attended. The Ladies' Aid met Friday afternoon in the school hall. Most of the members were present. Mrs. Smith was hostess. Visitors were Mesdames Dau and Win. Meyer. Fenlon, Helen Radig, Pasa lena. California; Herman Radig. Ray PitU. and Art Kresaiti. Barney, North Dakota; Frank SchaUin. Wm. Schmiel, Waller Pert! Marie Pertl. Miss Wllma Slaughter has been rchired In District No. 4 for the coming school year. Friends of C. D. Ward will be sorry to learn he has not been a* well as usual the past few days. Mrs. Norma Bailey and Mrs. Edna Cruikshank were guests of Mrs. Lela Gardner last Wednesday at her club meeting. Bobbie Maxwell, son of Russell Maxwell of Algona has been spending several days at the Floyd Bacon home visiting the Bacon chil-1 dren. About 50 young people enjoyed a lawn party at the Charles Peter home Sunday evening. It was in honor of the birthdays of Albert, Elmer and Carl Peter. Charles Graham of Wesley, Mrs. John Lamuth of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth who are now temporarily located at Algona were Sunday callers at the Louis Bode home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lenninger of Lotts Creek spent one evening last week with the formers' mother, Mrs. Lenninger at the Rudolph Will home. She is still able to be up part of the time. Albert Lange of Klemme. brother of Mrs.j George Boevers has been taken to his home from the hospital in Mason City, remaining in about the same condition as he has been the past several weeks. Visit* Boyhood Scenes Mrs. Robert Sherwood. Parkersburg. Mrs. Mayme Reibsamen Baker, Britt, and their uncle, Dr. Arthur Piercy, California, were calling on Burt friends last week Tuesday. Dr. Piercy had attended the 50th anniversary of his class at Iowa City. He lived near Burt many years ago, his family living on the spot known as Piercy Hill on the Elvtdge farm, where he said he set out the walnut trees found there, In 1870. He taught the Schenck schol near here many years ago. He came to revisit the places familiar to him in his youth. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann and daughters are attending a Lutheran conference and visiting relatives at Readlyn this week. Einer Morness spent a couple of days with his parents last week and Thursday evening returned to Cedar Rapids where he is a student at Coe College. Mr, nnd Mrs. R. A. Bleich returned Thursday from a trip to St. Paul where Mr. Bleich had shipped cattle. They also visited relatives at Watcrville. Minn. Mrs. J. C. Brislow. Seattle. Washington, came a week ago Saturday and will spend the summer here with her son. Clyde and with a daughter. Mrs. Carl Seip at Irvington. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Aten. Am- brldge, Pa., and their nieces. Ruth and Edna King. Beaver Falls. Pa., left Thursday after visiting since Sunday at the Rev. S. H. Aten home. The Lutheran Aid society met Thursday afternoon at the church basement. Mrs. Will Koestler was hostess. The Walther League met in the evening with Harold Wciske as host. L. E. Roetman, president of the Community Club, entertained that organization at his home Thursday evening. The regular business meeting was held after which a lunch was served. Mrs. Ray Dremmel was hostess to the Fortnightly club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Bertha Wallace entertained the Birthday Circle the same afternoon. Mrs. E. N. Clemans, Emmetsburg. was a guest of the circle. H. A. Thompson returned Thursday from Davenport, where he attended a meeting of the Masonic grand lodge in session there from Tuesday to Thursday. Mr. Thompson is secretary of the local Masonic lodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick went to Emmetsburg Thursday evening to help their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May. celebrate her birthday. Vera Chipman accompanied them and spent the remainder of the week there. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Layton and son, Jimmy. West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McElroy, Eagle Grove, spent Sunday at the Roy Ringsdorf home. Wendell Ringsdorf returned home with the Laytons for a couple of weeks' visit. Buttermaker and Mrs. L. E. Roetman who recently moved into the new house erected by the Creamery Company, will hold open house Wednesday, June 19, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.. so that all who wish may call and go through the new house. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and son, Lawrence went to Ames Monday to attend the graduation of their son, Myron from Iowa State College. Myron will go to New York soon to begin work for the New York Dairymen's Co-Operative League. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf and Mrs. Pat Mulligan. Bancroft, went to Monticello Thursday to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Ringsdorf. They returned Friday. Glenn and Maxine Graham stayed nt the Ringsdorf home during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson were in Cleveland. Ohio, last week attending the republican national convention. Virginia accompanied them as far as Rockford, III., wheri? she visited relatives. Kenneth stayed with relatives at Lake Mills during their absence. Alice Eighme and Myrtle Hanna. Lone Rock, left last Wednesday for a several weeks visit in the east. They will visit Miss Hanna's sister, Pearl, in New York City and a friend of Miss Eighmc at Washington. D. C., and visit other points of interest in the east. The Methodist Ladles' Aid society held its annual "guest day" Friday afternoon. The Ladies' Aids of Swea City. Titonka. Fenton. Good Hope and Doan and also the local Presbyterian and Lutheran societies were invited guests. A program was given and a lunch was served. More than one hundred thirty were present. EYES THAT BRING IN DOLLARS need the belt ind the most regular eye-care. That means reKUttr examination and the beit possible gfauw*—if they are needed. Ym can't afford to guess—you hare to be t*rt. To protect your inrnmti hare your eyes examined now. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST First door south Call Theatre Read The Want Ad*—tt Pan WEST BEND NEWS Bungalow Sold Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marcellus sold their bungalow, which they purchased last winter, to Raymond f.uiici. Possess/on will be given on Sept. 1. when Mr und Mrs. Mar- cellua will move back to their home in Hurnboldt. Saxophone Flayer Wins Ronald Walker entered the amateur contest at Algona in the State Theatre Friday evening, playing his taxophone. Mia parents and a number of his friends were in attendance. He won lirst place. Mrs. C. B. Mitchell waa confined to her bed the latter part of last week. Mrs. Elmer Krenltz, Lakota. spent Thursday night at the Ed Kienitz home. Will Giddlngs returned Thursday i from a ten days' fishing trip at Ely, Minn. Merrill Stott spent last week with his grandmother. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf. Thelma Bristow spent last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Carl Seip at Irvington. Ruth Bettin left Friday for her home at Forest City after spending the week here with her friend, Kathryn Elvidge. The Fred Beitz home was quarantined Thursday for scarlet fever, the seven months old daughter being the patient. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck attended a county rural letter carriers' meeting at tho Geo. Thompson home at Ledyard. The Clarence Seefeldt, Martin Greise, und Herman Neitzel homes were released from quarantine for scarlet fever last week. Mrs. Johanna Dettman left on Thursday for Clear Lake, Minn., where she will visit at the home of her brother, Will Doering. The- George Grays and Mr. Gray's mother, who is visiting here, spent a week ago last Sunday with relatives at Winnebago, Minn. Merle Stover sold the Stover Hudson six to Milton Woito, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rolfson attended a convention in Des Moines Monday. Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler is visiting her sister, who lives in Kansas City. Missouri. Mrs. Chas. Dewitt had the misfortune to fall. Friday in her home and break two ribs. Miss Johnine Bardsley of Neola, Iowa, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark. Mr. and Mrs Fred Wirtz and two children of Hodman attended the show here Thursday evening. Miss Constance Baird returned to her home at Jefferson. Sunday. She is u junior high school teacher ill the local school. Miss Harriet Lockwood. who attends business college in Fort Dodge, came Friday to spend the week end at hume. Mr. and Mrs. K VV. Jurgeus returned Tuesday from L>eo Muines where they visited the latter's brother, Charles Ro^s MLa:> Flossie Stagman. who is a teacher in OUumwa, come home to and I spend the summer wilh her 'er, Mrs. H. F. \eteran* ... Build With Your Bonus H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do ill kinds of draylng and hauling. 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