The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 7, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 7. 1936 JOESTATTLEMAN BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD IN ST. JOE 50 Relatives, and Friends Gathered June 28 to Celebrate St. Joe: About fifty relatives and friends gathered at the Joe Stattle- man home Sunday evening, June 28, and surprised Mr. Stattleman on his 50th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Stattleman and daughters planned the affair. Cards were the diversion. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Those from a distance to attend the party were the Joe Vollmers of Wesley, the John Origers of Whittemore, the Joe Schallers, the Bill Kiches and Dominic Zeimet of West Bend, and tho Melvin Fabers of near Algona. Others attending were from the St. Joe vicinity. St. Joe Wins, 13-8 LuVerne and St. Joe baseball teams crossed bats last week Sun- <lny on the local diamond and drew n good-sized crowd to witness the playing. The game ended 13 to 8 in favor of St. Joe. Wooden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thilges celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary Sunday evening at their farm home northwest of here. Relatives and neighbors were invited. Peter Erpeldlng Is having his house repainted at this time. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul drove to Armstrong Sunday to visit the Felix Wilmes family. The John Hammers of Sexton visited relatives In the St. Joe vlc- irlty Sunday evening. Peter Zeimet purchased a new Plymouth recently from Lowell Jennings of Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan were Sunday dinner guests at the Edward Von Bank home. Margaret, Andrew and Paul Erpelding arc having a water system installed in their home. Peter Zeimet invited a few 11 lends in Sunday evening to help him celebrated his namesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kessclring und son of Algona spent Sunday at the William Kesselring home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge end Evelyn Mae of Bradgate were recent afternoon callers at the Wnv Hummer home. The Peter Schmidts were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Schmidt's sister, Mrs. Pearl Johnson and family at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann, Sr. Mrs. Mary Erpeldlng and family of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the Mrs. John Fuhrmann, Jr. home southeast of here. Leona Wagner of Algona will f,pend the summer months at the Prosper Frlderes home. Allrn Wagner will stay at the Matt Zeimet home during the summer. Dr. Oilman of Ljvermore, accompanied by Charles Brown, Frank Hundertmark and John Thul returned Friday evening from a few days' fishing at Pine River. Minn. Anna Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bcrte and Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte. spent several days last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Susan Berte. Anna Kayser, R. N-., returned to her home here Friday after a couple of weeks at the Adolph Fuhrmann home, where she was caring for Mrs. Fuhrman. who had been quite ill but is much improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe accompanied by John Thill and his daughter. Zita, of Whittemore, planned to Icnve last Tuesday for Iowa City where Zita will enter the University hospital for treatment of a tumor on her face. Florence Nelson of Doan Marries Doan: Florence Nelson, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, who recently visited them, was married June 20th, on her return to Hollywood, California, to James Paine, who Is employed by an oil company. She was an office girl for Dr. M. J. Keneflck. and has been In that capacity for a doctor since going west two years ago. They were married at Las Vegas, Arizona. The Clarence Mechlers of Tltonka Martinek, who is suffering from an abscess. Mrs. Gco. Benschoter and son, Hollls, visited Mrs. Ruth Sparks on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Wolfe and daughters spent Monday afternoon at the Jess Hill home in Algona. Aline Martinek left Saturday evening for Chicago, where she will attend the Art institute for six weeks. The Amos Angles spent Saturday and Sunday at Mason City and Clear Lake, with Mrs. Angle's sister. Mrs. Mayfield. Mrs. Andrew Hansen entertained a group of friends Tuesday afternoon of this week in honor of her mother, Mrs. John Coughlln, Algona who came Sunday evening to spend the week with her. Say the newspapers of America— "Tires go up"—-Say we, "Ours have not—4.40-21, $3.98—4.75-19. $4.70."— Gamble Stores. 27 139 AT RANEY REUNION BREAK RECORDS; CAUFORNIANS ATTEND Properly Cleaned Clothes Are Cooler The Modern process gives fabric new life, air conditions it ... and really makes it cool. You'll have fun this summer if your clothes are always clean. Never a problem of what to wear . . . and best of all Clean Clothes need not be an expensive item. MODERN DRY CLEANERS Phone 537 C8K«8KC«8X«««K«HX^ We Deliver Lutherans Convene For Two Sessions At LuVerne, Thurs. LuVerne: Two meetings were held Thursday at the Lutheran church. In the afternoon the Ladies' Aid held their July meeting with Mrs. F. H. Hintz as hostess. In the evening the Young People's society held their regular business and social meeting. Plans were made for entertaining the West Bend society, July 23. The Fred Lentz young people served refreshments. The Rev. and Mrs. Walter Readel. Gurley, Nebraska, were out of town guests. Piano Recital Mrs. D. J. Christenson, Renwick, ren, a boy, 12, and a girl, 5, to care in a recital at the Methodist church last week Monday evening. Those taking part were Dorothy Lind2- bak, Mary Lou Worby, Barbara and Betty Wolf. Kathleen and Verda Sanford. Phylis Marie Lichty, Stunrt Sanders, Alice Mae Merkle, Hazel Nygaard. Doris Genrich. Wilma Mcrlde, Ardia Godfrey and Mary Alice Biglngs. On Vacation Trip* Among the LuVerne people nway from home for short vacation trips aie Marie Scribner, who is visiting relatives at Manlius, 111.; Jimmy Smith, at the Wilhite home at Cor- wlth; Mrs. Flora Raney at her daughter's home, Mrs. Hazel Frei near Reinbeck, and -Norman Hesse, who is with his mother in Des Moines. Pastor's Reception After the prayer meeting service at the Evangelical church last week Tuesday evening, the group of church members and friends went to the parsonage and gave Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Walters, who have been on the field about a month, a reception. A short program was given and then a social hour with refreshments followed. The Walter Ticdes. Detroit, are visiting relatives here and at Clarion this week. The Presbyterian Aid society will hold their annual picnic at the park Wednesday, July 8. Mrs. Wayne Dornberger and Peggy were guests at the D. H. Werm- crsen home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapman and Valeria, Omaha, spent the week end at the F. I. Chapman home. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phillips and the Paul Phillips went to Sioux City Friday to spend the week end. Harold Phillips stayed at the Paul j Phillips farm during their absence. Mrs. Ada Robinson, North Platte, Nebraska, came Thursday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hesr- ry Lichty and family. She is also visiting another daughter, Mrs. Wm. Perkins at Corwith. .TheRev. and Mr«. L. Wittenberg "*ilf^'^y'^tffl~ ""itWrtr^tt^rf^-""Mtrt'"' W~ y nl tf—rtarl"' and WIT- »nu mm. era L*vmv on to Ottuntwa last week Monday where the Lcnz selected two child- len, u boy, 12, and a girl,. r >, to care for In their home. Tho Ed Dehnert family left Friday morning for a few days' fishing in northern Minnesota. C. H. Lichty. John Voss and Archie Hanford came home Thursday evening from a fishing trip. The annual picnic of lh» LuVerne cemetery association will be held Thursday, July 9, at t'.^e park. Mes- damea Win. Millci, Kl-jr.i Raney, Lee Lichty and Irvin Chapman are hostesses. Members are requested to bring a covered dish and their own dishes. A. L. Look, Fred Tiede and Max Meyer left Friday noon for Cole Camp, Missouri, to spend a few days with the Rev. Hesse. Mr. Look's father-in-law. Rev. Hesse I'us been in poor health for some Mine. He is a former pastor of the local Lutheran church. Your Wife WILL APPRECIATE THIS SAFETY-INSURED Protection There's no need to worry about tin safety of accumulated savings when invested here. This is important to families building a Savings Estate for future protection. That's why so nuuiy people are planning lor the future with our profitable savings und investment plans. Save confidently at a profit, with our Safety-Injured Pluu«. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association J06 E. State St. C R For Howe Hiuuwin* Fund. See an Insured Awoci»ttou Trucker Hurt H. B. Hill, Algona. lu. trucker, suffered severe injuries to his right leg and a possible fracture of his right hip when his truck overturned last week Tuesday, four miles south of Waterloo. lowii. Hill was hauling household goods to Ke- wunee, 111. Oregon Family Is Also Present At Call Park Picnic Ledyard, July I: The annual Raney reunion was held Sunday at the Call State Park at Algona with a record-breaking attendance of 139, including five guests. Present were: | Mrs. Walter Davis of Moorhead. Minn., daughter lio; Mrs. Forest Cairy, Sioux City, Betty and Louise; Mrs. Mary Clark. Pomona. California; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, Britt, Robert and Donald; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Raney, Livermore, Evered and Faith; Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Cairy. Fort Snelling, Minn.; Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney, Klemme; Mrs. Fred Bradley. Claremont, California, son Clark, also Keith Clark of the same place; Mrs. Flora Raney, LuVerne. Arthur, and Forest; Mrs. Richard Frye. Reinbeck, and three children; Mrs. Jam/es Ross, Fairfax, Minn., Ger- aldlne and John; Mrs. Roy Clark. Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney, West Union; the Rasmus Olsens, West Bend; the V. A. Barretts, Ledyard; the Guy Raneys, Livermore; the Ernest Raneys, Humboldt; Mrs. Clara Erickson and Dorothy, Helen Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John Halsam, Elsie and Hazel all of Swea City; the Dwight Potters and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark of Burt; Mrs. Bera Southwick, Marshall town; Mr, and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Titonka, Doris, Robert and Meredith; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson, Ringsted and Wanla; Mrs. Mildred Spear, Sherburn, Minn., Ralph, Donald, Patricia, i'ern and Nola; Mr. and Mrs. Leo 'lark, Leo Jr., Lois and Jane, itrs. James Ross and Betty, Mr. ind Mrs. Ben Hartzell, Robert, Ted, Jrace, Kenneth and Dale, all of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jass, arner, and Donald; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Bode; the Robert Skill- ngs, Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, and Larry, all of Irvington; the len Raneys. Mrs. Cora Raney, battle, Mrs. Howard Shore, Mary Alice and Roger, Mrs. Jessie Schmidt, and Durwood, Mr. and Urs. Johnnie Fraser, and Kenneth, Keith and Sheila Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter, Audrey, Dick and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Norma, Bucna and Howard, Mr. ant) Mrs. George Johnson. Marjorie n:id Vera the Elmer Potters, all of Algona. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. het Clark of Carlton, Oregon; Mrs. George Lauster, daughter, Margaret, and Mrs. Gene Clark of Big Stone City, South Dakota. The Ledyard baseball team, defeated German Valley Sunday, The John Drews spent the week end at Webster City with relatives. Edward Hagge of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday at the John Frandle home. The V. A. Barretts spent Satur- •fl~ir nt tin Chun fliii—T ti~m» mil Livermore. The J. H. Welfares spent Sun day at the Ralph Johnsons home returning Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Gable inci two daughters spent Sunday at the Geo. Heetland home, Lakota. George, Anton and Evelyn Anderson, all of Chicago, came Saturday to visit their parents. Their father is not very well. The Albert Barnes accompanied the Ernest Jorgensons of near El more to Boone Thursday to visit relatives until Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Gclhau.s, the Lawrence Mayncs and Mrs. Ella Gelhaus were at Albert Lea Saturday picking strawberries. Mrs. LcRoy Anderson. Rad- j cliffe. and Fred spent Sunday at the L. W. Weimer home and the later stayed for a longer visit. The Rev. Peter Sturm and hi? housekeeper, Josephine Eidemeyer. attended the golden jubilee of tlu tits. Peter and Paul parish at Carroll Sunday and visited relatives, at Guckeen. Mrs. Leon Worden Harvey, Aub rey Waterhouse, Aieda Green and Harold Herzog drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit the former's husband who is in the veterans' hospital there. He thinks his condition is slightly improved. Wise Reunion At Clear Lake, Sunday Sexton, July I: The Wise family if union was held Sunday at Clear Lake, with 62 attending. There were six daughters ami their families and three sons and their families present, besides nieces and nephews. A bis? dinner was served at noon after which the young folks enjoyed a swim in tlu 1 lake. The reunion will he in year. Algona, next I'c-ii I'anniim Factory Closed Mrs. Joe Balk and daughter. Mrs Martin Seller, spent Thursday at a canning factory in Blue Earth They intended to can peas up there, but the crop is too poor. Every- SENECA NEWS •xxsaxxxxas^^ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck were business callers in LeMars Saturday Kenneth Nulzmmi of St. Cloud. Minn., spent Thursday with his aunt. Mrs. Jens Petersen. The Hay Humphrey family of Detroit. Mich . spent several days lasl week at the Jens Petersen ] i.ome. Holder Peterson returned home Saturday after spending several days at the Geo. Roc-key home in Fort Dodge. The Leonard Anderson family .•pent Sunday at the Milton Murphy home in Garden City. The thing was dried up. The next crop , women are sisters. will not be much unless they get a rain soon. miser Bros, shelled corn on Monday. Arthur Slueber was a Sunday guest at the W. C. Taylor home. Dorothy Fraser. Titonka. spent the week end with friends in Sexton. Edith Greenfield was a jjuest of Mrs. Mae Harris and daughter in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield were guests Sunday at the Walter Johnson home in Algona. Ifr. and Mrs Harvey Steven and son. Evert, were Sunday guests at the Leo Steven home near Fenton. The Win. Green family were the guests Sunday of Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. Grace Green, near Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mra Fred Nearing and children spent Sunday at Britt with Mrs. Nearing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave. The Harvey Steven family und the Arthur Greenfield family attended morning services at the M. E. church iu Algoua Sunday. The Joe Crowley family. Mvrvin Kern Bud Paulsen and Gordon. Kenneth and Donald Bollig spent Sunday afternoon at the Henry Klein hunie. Mr. and Mrs Deverd Swun and daughter and Mrs. Anna Haskins attended funeral services for Mrs. Swan's aunt. Mrs, Daisy Burt, in Armstrong, Sunday. Avis Byers, who is taking nurse's training in St. Paul and who has been spending the past three weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Byers. returned to her duties in St. Paul Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lenin- canip and daughter. Evelyn and son, John of Siguurney and a friend fiom Oltuimva spent Saturday night at the J. W. Bollig home. Mr. Leiiincamp is a nephew of Mr. Bollig. Those from Senc-cu who attended the- democratic convention in Algona are: J W. Bolhy. Joe Crowley. A T. Paulsen and Thomas O'Donnell. Those at the republican convention the same day were Chria Da.b.1 and L. C. Gast Reud The Want Ads—It Pays Down Comes The Second Floor! Beginning Wednesday, Promptly 9 A. M.! Last 4 Days ot the Second Floor! 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