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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 13,1936 ARMSTRONG GIRL MAN'S BRIDE RECENTLY / Martha Bunt Is How Mrs. Arnold A. Sorenson Amatrong: Mlsa Martha Bunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bunt of Annatrong and Arnold A. Sorenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sorenson of Rtngsted, were united In marriage Sunday, Oct. 4, « r< S5 ?,' clocl * in the afternoon at St Paul's Lutheran church in .Ringsted. The Rev. Moth officiated. Miss Pearl Christiansen of Ringsted played the processional and recessional. Mrs. a M. Thom- JMof Armstrong sang "I Love You Mrs. Sorenson wore a day-time blue silk gown and carried a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Miss Hilda Piersig, the bridesmaid, wore a rust colored dress and wore a shoulder corsage. Alvin Olaasnap acted as best man. • *S' s ° renaon »» very will known In this vicinity, having been born and reared here. She graduated from the local high school with the claw of 1934 and since her graduation she has helped her mother at home. Mr. Sorenson graduated from the Ringsted high school with the class of 1927 and since that time he has been farming near Ringsted, where the young couple will make their home. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the horns of the bride's parents in Armstrong tar the bridal party and immed'ate friends and relatives of the couple. Breaks Nose Al Guerdet had the misfortune to suffer a broken nose when a piece of wood which he was splitting hit him on the nose. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Irmiter were business callers at Spirit Lake on Wednesday. Miss Adelaide Brunlng was operated on for appendicitis Tuesday at the Coleman hospital In Estherville. Plan to Combat Solicitors A secret advertising solicitation committee, to pass on advertising scheme* of out-of-town solicitors has been organized by the Algona Chamber of Commerce and is to be put into effect a,t once, according to Secretary O. S. Relley. The group, consisting of Mr. Relley and three members of the Chamber of Commerce, whose names are known to no one but the secretary, will decide on whether an advertising scheme Introduced by an out-of-town person, is a worth-while program. Relley said that he is asking all merchants in Algona who are approached by an out-or-town solicitor to communicate with the secretary if the solicitor does not present a card from the secret solicitation committee approving the venture. Under the program, a prospective solicitor wll! be required to obtain a card of approval from the Chamber of Commerce committee. Relley said he will take up the request of the solicitor with the other members of the committee for their approval or disapproval. If the scheme of the visitor does not meet with the committee's approval he will, consequently, receive no card and merchants are advised! In that case, to refuse the advertising offered. Mrs. J. J. Mangold of Slsseton, South Dakota, has been visiting her sdn, Herman Mangold, here for a few days. Mrs. Jonas Braland returned the Inst of the week from Iowa City, where she has been receiving treatment for her eyes and nose. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Askeland and daughters, Margaret and Charlotte of Blue Earth, Minn., spent a few days at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. K. O. Knutson. Mrs. William Beck spent a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nlcoson at Rolfe. Mrs. Nicoson recently returned from a Des Moines hospital where she underwent a major operation. Miss Esther Alice Conlon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Conon of Armstrong and Ross Elliott of Swea City were united In marriage Saturday, Oct 3, at the St Mary's Catholic church here. The Rev. Bernard Eischeld officiated. They will live near Swea City. Prize Winners! Seal of Minnesota Flour again proved its superior baking qualities by taking major awards at the Kossuth County Fair. The following housewives used Seal of Minnesota Flour in their winning baking entries: White Yeast Bread Angel Food Cake l«t prise—Mrs. AH K. City tnd Prtoe—Mn. Frank AlCMUk Parker House Rolls Int price—Ml*. A. B. Schenck Algona 2nd prise—Mr*. Neb J. Mitchell Algona Congratulations! Your special cash prizes from the millers of Seal of Minnesota Flour have been mailed. For prize winning baking always use Seal of Minnesota Flour. It's better for bread, biscuits and pastry. Ask Your Grocer For SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR Guaranteed Better or Your Money Back Pliu 10% WVWVWVWM BUY COAL EARLY ANDERSON'S GOOD COAL Makes Satisfied Customers wherever it goes. Don't Be Like This Man, Tearing Hi» Shirt to Catch The Train. Order Coal Today and Stop Worrying High heat content and comfort in your home cost. low ash assure you or office at minimum Anderson Grain & Goal Go, Phone 308 Milwaukee Tracks ^vrvvvvvvyvvvvwwvyvvvrvvwHvv^^ WHTITEMOREJR. HIGH PLAY ON FRIDAY NIGHT 'Adventures of Tom Sawyer* Scheduled With Big Oast Whittemore; The junior high school students will present a play at the Academy hall Friday night, Oct 16. The play to be held is "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." The cast is as follows: Aunt Polly, Lulu Aman; Jim, Bobby Fleming; Mary, Elllen Rochleau; Sidney, Roland Esser; Tom Sawyer, Harold Behnke; Amy Laurance, Maxine Bell; Beck Thatcher, Margaret Barber; Wl&ow Douglas, Norma Bell; Alfred Temple, Roland Ostwald; Huckleberry Finn, Melvin Heinrich; Judge, Ellsworth Helden- with; Joe Harper, George Frost; Mrs. Harper, Doris Jennings; prompter, Dorothy Jennings; the preacher, Dorothy Wagner. Purchases Home Frances Elbert purchased the Martin Eischeld home. The Els- chelds will move Into the flats above the billiard parlor now tenanted by the Peter Schumachers. The Schumachers will move In the flats over the Charlies Nieman hardware store. Whlttemore Wins The Whittemore high school base ball team defeated the Cylinder high school by a score of 6 to 0. Field Day, Oct. 18th St. Michael's parish will sponsor a field day at the Academy grounds' 1 on Sunday, Oct. 18. A full program of trap shooting and sports is be- 'ng prepared by the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schlndel are .he parents of a girl born last Monday. They have one other girl. Herman F. Baas has purchased the Mrs. Carl Baas residence tenanted by the Peter Heldts. There are now eight cases of scarlet fever in this vicinity. Carl Feyes and the Will Struckers were quarantined this week. The Whittemore high school Baseball team played the Presentation Academy team* Sunday and were defeated'by a score of 8 to 3. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hlgley, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yeager, Mrs. Nell Farrell and Frank Seeley left on Wednesday for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Father Hyland who spent three months with his parents In Ireland, came back last week and says that tie enjoyed his trip every minute of the time he was gone. Josephine Dahlhauser and Luella Elbert, and Ivan Kollasch drove to Tallulah, Louisiana, to visit with relative* recently. They also plan to vUlt the Texas Centennial ' The Whltteroore community club held Its regular monthly meeting Thursday evening. Those on the serving committee were Ray Oliver, L. H. Pert), W. A. Rusch and Frank Rochford. Mrs. Clarence Sebers of Garner came over Wednesday to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heldenwlth. Mr. Sebers came Sunday and she accompanied him home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cosgrlss and wo children accompanied by the Former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ktartin Cosgrias of Brltt were last Tuesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dailey and on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Cos- rrlss accompanied Mr. and Mrs. iarve Dailey to Fonda where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCreery. They' returned to Brltt Friday. Ponton Juniors To Present Class Play October 16 Fen ton: The junior class play, "Wild Oats Boy", under the direction of Miss Irene Willson, will be presented in the high school gymnasium on Friday evening, October 18, at eight o'clock. The hilarious comedy is in three acts. Admission prices are 15, 20 and 25 cents. Following are the characters and the parts they take: Aunt Anne, housekeeper In Uncle George's home, Edith Wolfe; Delia, the maid, Maxine Jenti; Judy, Uncle George's adopted daughter, Dorothy Airhart; Danny Murphy, the cook, Mervln Prlebe; Patricia Gilden (Pat), Judy's friend, Ruth Weisbrod; Eve Martin, another friend, Arlen Mitchell; Eddie, the Wild Oats boy, Rolln Geronsin; Prue, the country cousin, Irene Bleckwenn; Charles Benton, the ex-prizefighter, Herbert Wallace; Trout, Prue's pestiferous son, Hadley Bailey; Seth, the uncle from Maine, Harold Weisbrod; Mose, Uncle George's darky servant, Raymond Gramenz; Jake Peters, the cousin from New York, Edmund Krause. P. 'JL. A. Program The first meeting of the Fenton P. T. A. met In the high school auditorium on Tuesday evening, Oct. 6th. The following program was given: welcome to teachers by Mrs. J. A. Mueller; response, Supt. M. E. Otterness; 4-H demonstration, Fenton Forwards, Ruth Dreyer and Marjorie Johnson; piano solo, Isabel Weisbrod; 4-H demonstration, Independence Idealists of Palo Alto county, Helen Kern and Ruth Weisbrod; music, A. H. Hueser and daughter of Algona. Hostesses were Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mrs. Art Volgt, Mrs. George Bolte, Mrs. Carl Kern, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Walter Weisbrod and Mrs. John Finnestad. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. F. H. Bohn were Spencer visitors Thursday. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and son, Karl, attended a democratic meeting in Algona Saturday. Edith Laage of Cedar Rapids spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. The senior class entertained the juniors, sophomores and freshman :lass at a skating party in the pavilion Thursday evening. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid bazaar was held In the church basement last week Wednesday and something like $180.00 were cleared. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod and sons, Lyle and Dale, left Friday morning for ankton, South Dakota, where they will attend a jubilee. Fenton people will be glad to hear that Rev. J. T. Snyder will return to Fenton for another year to have charge of the Fenton M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. John Mickltck of iLohrvllle left Wednesday morning 1 for Cheswlck, Pennsylvania, where they will visit Mr. Mlckllck's father, who is seriously UL Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell of this place accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bleckwenn left Saturday for Dalton, Nebraska, for a visit with the men's brother, Alfred Bleckwenn and family. They returned home this week Tuesday. Virginia Frank, Ardls Volgt, Viola Miller, and June Weisbrod, students of Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, came home on Thursday for a few days' visit with their parents. The school is having a few days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener went to Rochester, Minn., last week on Monday where Mrs. Wegener will have an examination and possibly an operation at the Mayo hospital. Her children, Walter Wegener and wife and Mrs. Will Miller and her grandchild, Gib Bleckwenn, went to Rochester, Saturday for a visit. LONE BOCK NEWS Mother's Club The Mothers' club met at the tome of Mrs. Frank Flalg, with Mrs. E. M. Jensen assisting, on Wednesday. The meeting was opened by a scripture reading by Mrs. ?rank Flaig, followed by the Lord's Prayer by the group present. Roll •all was answered by Suggestions on How to Entertain a Small Child at Hallowe'en. Papers were given by Mrs. Carl Rath of Swea City and Mrs. Calvin Householder. Mrs. 'heater Alme joined the club which now has 22 members. Lunch was served to 17 members and four vis- tors. Class Takes Hike Mrs. Alfred Krueger took the members of her Sunday school class on a hike to the Lone Rock Saturday. Those attending were: Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Hobson, Dorothy Jensen, Dors Mae Blanchard, Katharine Mae Householder, Virginia Frye, Maxine Simpson, Juanita Wegner, Maxine Looft, Marjorie Osborn, Wilma Marlow, Lucille Genrich, and Ver- dabelle Thomsen. Dale Earing enrolled at the CCC :amp at Bancroft last Tuesday. Alex Krueger made a business trip to Fort Dodge last week. Alfred Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at EmmeUburg, Friday. The Fredrick Schultzes were business visitors in Sioux Center, on Thursday. Leona Bierstedt, Algona, spent Wednesday with her parents, the E. C. Bierstedts. The E, C. Bierst.edu moved their household goods to their new home n Burt Wednesday. The Ralph Priebea of Bancroft were guests of the Jim Ackermans Wednesday evening. The Lockwood family of Burt, were supper guests at the Gt4i Sanders home, Tuesday. Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and Mrs. Alfred Willrett of Fenton visited Mrs. Frank; Flaig Wednesday. Oiisaheth J«OMO and Mrs. A. H. Heoningaon of QraetUnger vialted -T'-: ">"•"""• •*- v»«»wii^wi »I»M»II at the E. M. Jensen honj* Tours- BANCROFT NEWS Maynard Schlitz spent Saturday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welp and Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Lake Koronis fishing. Edmund Ford, a student at Trinity College, Sioux City, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ford. Mrs. Frank McGuire and her brother, Harry Farrow, spent Friday in Blue Earth visiting their nephew, Leon Fox. Emmet Devine, student at Trinity College at Sioux City, spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and daughter, Patricia and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sheridan, Ames, spent Thursday visiting in Mason City. G. S. Underkofler and daughter, Joyce, returned to their home at Marquette, after spending a week visiting friends and relatives in Bancroft. Mrs. Mary Guide entertained at three tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played and Mrs. A. J. Berens won high score, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams second prize and Mrs. Fred Thies cut prize. The members of the W. C. O. F. held a meeting at the Forester hall Thursday evening. Five hundred was played and Lucille Vaske won high score. Mrs. Art Renger won low and Esther Schiltz won cut prize. The committee member;. were Misses Clara Nemmers, Margaret Quinn and Isabel Mulligan and tne Mesdames L. J. Nemmers, Albert Kollasch and Lena Meyers. EuterUins Club Mrs. Arch Burger entertained the social club Tuesday afternoon with twinty ladies attending. LONE BOOK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson of Elmore, visited their daughter, Mrs. Ray Schneider, Thursday. {Catherine Stebritz spent from Wednesday to Sunday at Bancroft with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Ste- britz. Alex and Alfred Krueger, Alton Pettit and Art Priebe attended a meeting of the Skeet club at Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. Ed Ferris, Mrs. Emit Kraft and Mrs. Jack Quinn were guests at a quilting party at the home of Mrs. Otis Sanders, Friday afternoon. Woodrow and Alton Pettit, Art Prlebe, Frank Flalg and Lawrence GelUenauer attended a meeting of the Conservation League at Bancroft Friday evening. An overhead drive and a loading spout are being installed at the Farmers Elevator. The Joe Hartung Co., of Aberdeen, South Dakota, Is doing the work. Mrs. Dorothy sharp took Lillian Coombes to Algona Wednesday, where she continued to her home in Clear Lake. She was taken ill and Mrs. W. G. Flaig is teaching in her place. Mrs. Frank Householder was the hostess at a meeting of the sewing circle at the Fred Genrlch home, Wednesday evening. Thirteen were present The next meeting will be with Mrs. Lillie Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Lewis of Honolulu, spent Tuesday at the H. J. Rice home. They were on their way to spend the winter in Texas. Mrs. Rice had not seen the Lewises for 30 years. 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