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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 14,1936 OPENBRANCHBK. OF ARMSTRONG AT FENTON JULY 15 Ed Weisbrod Buy Locker Cold Storage System At Fenton Fenton: The Fenton Community club will open their new branch bank on Wednesday, July 15, and they are extending an invtatlon to come in the opening date and get acquainted. Everyone past 31 will have an opportunity to register on the money to be given away on that date. The bank Is a branch of the Armstrong Trust ft Savings bank, and will be managed by a Mr. "Smith, who with his wife have moved Into an apartment In the Mrs. Mary Mlttag home. Cold Storage for Fenton Ed Weisbrod of Fenton has purchased a cold storage system from a Sioux City firm and will have It installed In his modern brick build- Ing In about three weeks. There are 200 lockers and the plant consists of four roms—cutting room, which has a normal temperature; chill room, which has constant temperature of 34 degrees and Is used to cool the meat; freezing room, which Is held at zero and freezes •the meat and the locker room where the meat is stored. The lockers, which are 16x16x36 Inches, give a capacity of approximately 5 cubic feet. The cost of rent for each locker will bo about three cents a day. Each renter will receive a key and can get to his locker at any time. Both farmers and town people can rent the lockers. The cold storage system has been Installed in many small towns and Fenton people are very fortunate In having Mr. Weisbrod Install this system, which Is not only used for meats, but for all perishable foods such as fruit and vegetables. Wolder-Ruskamp Nuptials The marriage of Emll, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Huskamp of Fentor and Huldah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Wolder of Armstrong took place In the Presbyterlar church In Armstrong Wednesday al 12 o'clock noon, July 8th. The bride looked beautiful In a white lace gown with a train and was attended by Lorraine Johnson as bridesmaid. The bride's sister. Ir ma, served as ring bearer and Bet ty Lou Vandenburg acted as flower girl. Eugene Huskamp, brother o" the groom served as best man. "Oh Promlie Me" and "I Lovi You Truly" were sung by Margare Vandenburg. Following the cer emony a wedding dinner was serv ed to the Immediate friends and relatives of the couple after which they left on a wedding trip to Deer River, Minn., and on their return will live on the groom's father's farm near Fenton. Fenton people attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp and son, Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and Graettinger and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast of Emmetsburg. A group of young people of Cylinder held a skating party In the local rink Thursday evening. Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod visited her daughter, Hazel and other relatives in Dr? Moines last week. A post-nuptial miscellaneous shower was held at the Ed Weisbrod home Friday afternoon . In honor of Mrs. Milton Weisbrod. Mrs. George Boettcher, Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and Mr»- H. B. Theesfleld will entertain the M. E. Ladles' Aid on July 17th. Bertha Huskamp employed in Chicago came home last week Sunday for a two weeks' vacation with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann v.er« Emmetsburit shop- >ers Saturday and also visited Mrs. Bohn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ooeders near Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter and daughter, Joan, spent a few days at the parental Witter home at Lake Mills last wek and also attended to Business matters at Ottumwa. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children, Marjorle, Eunice and Kenneth, Mrs C. F. Wegener and Marlln and Lorraine and Mary Ann Bohn spent Thursday afternoon at the swimming pool In Algona. Lucille Weisbrod has moved her beauty shop to the new brick build- Ing across the street from her old location. Miss Weisbrod has her shop attractively equipped with new furniture and fixtures. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed, the latter couple of Klemme, returned home Wednesday from a few days' outing at Okobojl. Mrs. Reed Is a sister of Mrs. Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher and children, Laura and Don, returned home last week from a week's visit with relatives In Osakls and Kensington, Minn. Mrs, Boettcher's niece, Agnes Lovestad, returned with them for a visit Irene Krause entertained a group of young people at a lawn party last week Monday evening In honor of Margaret Krause of Newark, New Jersey, who concluded a ten-day visit at the A. J. Krause home. Margaret Is a twin sister of Hans Krause. Every Wednesday night at the Fenton free movie, $6.00 In cash Is given away to ticket holders who have reserved seats. Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn won the $2.00; Mrs. Nel- vln Egland, the $1.60; Marie Dreyer, $1.00; and Mrs. J. B. Hanaon the SO-cent prize. Homer Huskamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp, recently purchased the Mason Clty-Brltt- Kanawha motor freight route and will start operation about July 15 Headquarters Will be at Brltt This Is one of the oldest established freight routes In Iowa. BURTI.O.O.F. 1NSTA1LOFFICERS Burt: Joint Installation of officers of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges was held last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Tltonka, district deputy grand master and president, acted as Installing officers. Henry Gettman was Installed as noble grand; Harold Steward, vice grand; and J P Stow as treasurer of the Odd Fellow lodge. The following Rebekah officers were installed: Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, N. G.; Vera Chipman, V. G.; Mrs. Harold Steward, secretary; Mrs. C. B. Chlpman, treasurer; Esther Olson, warden; Mrs. I. W. Hansen, conductor; Mrs. G. E. Brace and Esther Bahling, N. G. supporters; Mrs. H. Gettman and Mrs. E. A. Illff, N. G. supporters; Mrs. Mary Steward, chaplain, and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, organist. Mr. and Mrs. John (Flshelr and O. Miller, Tltonka, also assisted In the installation. visit with Burt and Algona relatives The Hi A. Thompsons visited with Mrs. Thompson's father at Plover a week ago Sunday. Barbara Thompson remained there for a week's visit Mennett Trunkhlll cut- off the end of a finger while grinding a sickle Ins 1 , week Monday. Jay D. Graham lost the ends of three fingers in a planing mill recently. Arthur Mitchell went to the M. E. camp at Spirit Lake Friday to assist with a Mornlngslde College program, which was put on at the Epworth League Institute that evening. SENECA YOUNG MAN BREAKS LEG Seneca: LuVerne Behrends, son f Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, r, suffered a broken leg Sunday /hen alighting from a bicycle at he home of his uncle, Henry Beh- ends, who lives near Ringsted. Dr. Egan of Bancroft set the fracture nd LuVerne Is able to be about with the aid of crutches. Mrs. George Graham and daughters, Mrs. Roy Clark Robert, Harold Geronsta and Harold Newel. Other* attending were Mr. and MCI. LeRoy Htukamp of Club Meet* Thursday, July 16 The Portland Progress club will hold its monthly meeting Thur* day, July 16. Hostesses are Met- Herman Schroeder has a new Chrysler car. Junior Schenck had his tonsils renuoved last Thursday. Mrs. R. L. Cogdlll entertained the Birthday circle Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mriu -Vern Martinson pent last week with relatives at fargo and Mlnot, N. D. The Bernard PhMps family of Minneapolis visited over the Fourth .t the Edwin Allen home. Mrs. R. A. Hlff, Webster City, iftnte Friday for a visit with her ister, Mrs. J. H. Graham. lone Moyer, Myrtle and Helen Schwietert had a picnic supper at Call Park Thursday evening. Mrs, George Dunn and two child- en, Algona, spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Don Frazer. The H. W. Trainers were dinner D uests last week Tuesday evening at the Vic Lowe home in Algona. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and dau?h- er, Eugenia and Mrs. Al Staehle were Des Moines visitors Thursday. Mrs. J. D. McMlllen, Bushnell, S. D., Is spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Illff. Joe Spradllng is spending a coup- of weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spradllng at Sparta, Wis. Marilda Pratt returned home on Thursday after spending a few days with her friend, Anne Tokle, at Grlnnell. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. R. C. Dremmel and children visited at the Orville Harr home at Havelock Friday. Josephine Freesenberg returned to her home at Buffalo Center on Thursday after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Hiram Ward Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blelch left last Tuesday for a few days' vlsl with relative* at Almena, WIs., and Rosemount and New Rlchland Minn. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fox, Brltt, visited the first of last week a the Martin Lai-sen home and all called at the Rev. C. B. Mitchell O. McFarland. Roll call will b answered with My Favorite PI and recipe. her and MrsT Fred Jennings spent several days last week in Fort Dodge, where Mrs. Graham went through, the clinic. Frank Wernli, Hazen, N. D., arrived last Wednesday for a few days' visit at the Al Staehle and P. F. Kriethe homes. He is a brother-in-law of the Staehles and Kriethes. Will and Aleda Toebben and a Mr. Case of Chicago, spent the week end a week ago at the home of Mrs. Anna Toebben. Aleda remained for a week's visit with her mother. Mr. and Mts. Herman Dau returned Thursday from a two weeks visit at the home of their son, Geo. White at Harriet, Arkansas. Gail Whit?, Des Moines, also made the rip with them. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jones spent 'hursday with Mr. Jones' brother, )r. Guy Jones at Audubon. Miss jeulla Jones, Tabor, Mr. Jones' unt, returned with them for an xtended visit here. Thomas Waffle, Long Beach, Cal fornla, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Waffle, Kendall, Wis., visited from Monday to Thursday at the home f Mrs. Edwlna Pratt. They are Mrs. Pratt's brother and hit son nd daughter-in-law. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchmann attended the funeral of the Rev Miller at Dunnell, Minn., Friday .fternoon. The Rev. Miller designed and drew the (plans for the Burt Lutheran church, when it was ullt a few years ago. July 4th was the seventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Cllf- Dr. G J. Clapsattdle and son Donald, left last Tuesday for thel home at St. Genevleve, Mo., after You Just Ought to See the Values in This JULY CLEARANCE 4OO Pairs of Our Smartest Summer Whites REGULARLYto94.50 Reduced to ord Holding. On Tuesday evening several friends surprised them b; :oing to their home to help them celebrate the event. They wero he Carneys, Cecil Godfredsons Stanley Blacks and Edwin Aliens Maxlne Frazer returned the em of last week from a week's vlsl at Sibley. On Friday she and he sister, Camilla went to Leech Lake 'or a couple of days fishing an< from there to Faribault, Minn where they visited relatives. Th girls had good luck fishing anc sent home some fine fish. C. I. Mansmlth, who has been I an Algona hospital the past month recovering from Injuries receive In an accident a month ago at Bancroft, was able to return home on Wednesday. His son, Melbourne, who was Injured in the same accident, will have to be in the hospital a number of weeks more. Myrtle Schwietert, who Is employed by the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Des Moines, is. spend' ing a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Lorena Schwietert, who has been employed In the union bus station in Des Moines, was transfered to Mason City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Melnzer took the Orville Lovstads, who had spent a couple of weeks here visiting relatives, to their home at Kensington, Minn., last week Monday and remained for a few days' visit with Mr. Melnror'a sister, Mrs. Carl Lovstad. The trip was made in a new Ford V-8 .recently purchased by the Melnzors. Carroll St. John spent several ays the past week with relatives t Allendorf. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and amlly spent Sunday evening at the . W. Bollig home. Margaret Wolf assisted at the Vincent Lattimer home In Ban- roft the past week. Mrs. C. R. Nielsen and children if Chicago spent Tuesday at the Sheldon Merrill home. Beverly Christiansen of Ringsted pent Monday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell. Mr., and Mrs. T. H. Doocy re- urned to their home Tuesday after '(siting with relatives and friends n Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George Rockey and daughter, Gertrude of Fort Dodge, called at the P. H. Petersen home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and amily were supper guests at the fohn Cody home near Cylinder, on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Classen and daughter, Donna, spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Classen's parents near East Chain. Buster Young of Des Moines spent several days the past week at the home of his aunt and- family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John. Mrs. C. R. Nielsen and family of Chicago and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and son, Donald, spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hans Boderus. Anita Berghofer entertained a number of small girls at a party at her home Thursday afternoon In honor of a cousin who is visiting at the Berghofer home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen and son, Clarence and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Petersen and son, Kenneth, spent Tuesday at the Fred Johnson home in Fort Dodge. Duane Campbell, who has been working at the home of his uncle Ralph Lage near Irvlngton, is spending several weeks at the parental Ralph Campbell home. Mrs. Wm. Clark and family of St. Cloud, Minn., spent several days the past week at the Pens Peter sen home. Mrs. Clark will be remembered as Laura Saxton and a sister of Mrs. Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young and Mrs. Laura Hughes of Detroit, Michigan, spent several days the latter part of the past week at the Tom St. John home. Mrs. Young Is a sister of Mr. St John and Mrs. Hughes is his mother. The Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Dan Swan Wednesday afternoon. New officers Nicholas Becker started work the first of the week for George Thul. Loretta Gales and friend of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests at the Chris Gales home. Maxine and Kathleen Bormann spent a few days recently with relatives at West Bend. The Rev. George Theobald left on Sunday for a couple of days' visit with relatives at Mapleton. The Alphonse Bertes returned on Monday from a visit with relatives In Dell Rapids, South Dakota. The Frank Keuhls of Avoca, Minn., were visitors at the Joe Stattleman home over the 4th. Mrs. Keuhl is a niece of Mrs. Stattle- man. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Sr., returned last week from a few weeks' visit with their daughter, Mrs. Matthew O'Connor in Parsons, Kansas. Clarence Marso, Richard Marso, Billy Becker, Nick Klein and his daughter, Eleanor spent a few days including the 4th with relatives at Watkins, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Sr. M. Hortense drove to Fort Dodge Friday to meet Sr. M. Claudia, who returned from a visit with relatives in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Mertz are parents of a daughter born June 30. The baby was baptized KHz- abeth Anne In St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormnnn, Jr.. July 2 and was baptized Virginia Anne, In St. Joseph's church, Sunday. Spon> sors were Peter Erpelding of Algona and Eleavior Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and sons accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughters. Algona. returned the first of the week from a few days' visit with relatives In Claremont and Owatonna, Minn. John Weber of Miami, Florida, and Mr. and Mrs. Hartman of West Bend were visitors at the Nick Bormann, Jr.. home last week Tuesday. Mr. Weber Is a cousin of Mrs. Bor- mnnn and Mr. and Mrs. Hnrtmnn are her parents. The St. Joe baseball team played ball with Whittemore the 4th and lost to them bj' a score of 11 to 6. Battery for St. Joe was Baker, Anderson and Thilges and for Whittemore, Qulnn and Snyder. The St. Joe team played Sunday at LuVerne and won 14 to 11 from the LuVerne team. PLUMB1NU, HEATING, SHEET METAL, SPOUTINO AND PUMP A complete stock with experienced Service for jobs, large or small. HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 119 8. Dodge Alftona 12-tf Calcium Chloride $30 Per Block Swea City Herald: If the figure announced at Bancroft is correct, the cost of applying calcium chloride on a block of residence streets to lay the dust is $30. While the application must be made at least once a year, the price when it Is prorated among the several properties seems reasonable enough. were elected for the coming year. They were: president, Mrs. Emll Elmers; vice president, Mrs. Jens Petersen; secretary, Mrs. Albert Cody. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ole Oftedahl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rasmussen and children, Jimmy, Alice and George of Kansas City, Mo., returned to their home Monday after spending several days at the Geo. and Oscar Patterson with P. H. Petersen homes and and other friends. The Rasmussens are former residents of the Seneca vicinity. Mr. Rasmussen is barbering in Kansas City. SEXTON NEWS When you have a chance like this . UONT MISS IT! The shoes are stunning ... SHINY WHITE PAT- tNT LEATHERS .. WHITE KID WHITE BUCK .. WHITE FABRICS AND OTHERS . . many "bestsellers" included.. any pai r you pick is a bargain. Be sure and be here! •I) •i-tt) Jacquline Em»» Jettick and Bytbm Step-$5 & |6.50 shoes Alw»fe*tur*d»t radical reduction* Kresensky's Henry Nelson shelled corn on Monday. Doris Phillips, Wesley, is visiting her grandmother, Mra. Sarah Wise, this week. Harlan and Lewis Fraser, Tlton- ka, spent Friday with Donald Neahring. Mrs. Joe Fraser and son, Larry, Titonka, visited Mrs. Fred Neahr- ing, Friday. Jean Bottom, Wesley, spent Thursday afternoon with Margar-it and Tatty Plumb. Mrs. Drusilla Noble is spending this week at LuVerne with her sis ter, Mrs. Alfred Opheim. A. L. Greenfield has been on the sick list since last Friday when he became overcome with heat at the Clem Cunningham farm, where he was helping put up hay. Dean Taylor had his tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital the first of the week. Deun U the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor He is recovering nicely at this time A number from this community attended the funeral of J. P. Andrews, Thursday afternoon, at the Dottn church. Mr. Andrews diec last Monday morning, after a long illness. Mrs. Clayton Johnson attended a miscellaneous shower at LuVerne Thursday afternoon in honor o Mrs. Theodore Johnson, formerly June Stoddard. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson live at the Hanna ranch, where Mr. Johnson is employed. Mrs. Philip Thornton and twin sons went back to Sioux City on Thursday morning after spending since the 4th with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, Z. MiUa.-. Mr. Thornton came Wednesday night and they returned home Thursday. Mrs. Sun Hernia and Mrs. John Huff, Jr., entertained the Sexton Aid at the Bomis home, Thursday afternoon with 23 attending. Mrs. Jergen Skow held Bible study following the business meeting. A The Methodist Aid will hold a business meeting at the church this week Wednesday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley, Iowa City, returned home last Friday, having visited a week with Alson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley. It is reported that Vincent Klein- ?eter haa purchased the Mrs. Bertha Looft residence, and that the family will move in about August 1. Enar Franzen and a friend were delegates from here who attended a junior republican meeting at Des Moines. The young men left last Thursday morning. Mrs. Carl Franzen entertained the neighborhood club last week Wednesday afternoon. Eleven members and one guest attended. The afternoon was spent socially, and lunch was served. June Dimond left by train last Thursday morning to visit her father's brother in New York state. Her uncle and aunt will drive here the lust of tliis month und remain for u visit. June will return with them. Mrs. Julius Kunz and Esther Burke left last Thursday morning far California. Mrs. Kunz will al- ao visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson at Fowler, Colorado. Mrs. J. T. Meurur was at Mason City last Thursday. Frank Mathias. Big Stone City S. D., former Wesley boy, came last Thursday to spend a week in this vicinity. Frank, who is a son ot Mrs. P. J. Greiner, ia doing well as an autombile salesman. He left here in 1U22, living lirst in Colorado. He was accompanied here by his sister, Oleva Mathias, of Big Stone City. Elwood Haynes. East Las Vegas N. M., accompanied by Mr. unc Mrs. Wallace Donovan, went from here last Thursday to attend funeral services at RandaJia for Mrs. Lester Arthur, Elwood's half-sister. Mrs. Arthur was known and loved here in her girlhood aa Leoua Wright. She had been painfully sick for many months. The Young People's society of the Congregational church held a lawn party at the Ole Flom home Thursday evening, to honor the seven young persons recently confirmed, and welcome them into the young people's society. Those in the class are Alvin Swanson, two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson, Leonard Alne, Irene Johnson, lunch was served at 4.30. It ww» not decided where the next meeting will be ut this BMMting. Can Your Son Even Think of College? A or will you say: « My Boy. 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