The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 24,1936 RAYBARTLETT TAKES A WIFE LAST THURSDAY -Gertrude fiierstedt Of Burt Weds Titonka Business Man Burt: Gertrude Bierstedt, daughter of Mra. Will Bierstedt and Raymond Bartlett, gon of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bartlett, Portland township farmers, were married at high noon, Thursday at the Lutheran parsonage, the Rev. L. Rlchmann performing the ceremony. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Degner of Mountain Lake, Minn. A reception for the bridal couple was held at the bride's home the same evening. The newlyweds will make their home at 'Tltonka, where Mr. Bartlett is one •of the partners in the new Tyke Theatre. Arnold Koestler Weds Arnold Koestler, son of Mrs. Will Koestler, was married Wednesday at high noon to Anna Wrede, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede, at Garner. The ceremony occurred at the bride's home, her father performing the ceremony. The couple left on a few days' wedding trip. A reception was held for them Sunday at the bride's home In Garner. Mr. Koestler has lived near Burt all of bis life and 18 a graduate of the Burt high school. His bride was formerly laboratory technician In a Detroit hospital, but has been with her parents at Garner since early summer. She Is a sister of Enos Wrede of Burt. The young couple will be at home on the Koestler farm west of Burt Union Church Service A union Thanksgiving service will be held the morning of Thanksgiving day at the Methodist church. The Rev. Joseph M. Doms, pastor of the Presbyterian church, and the Rev. Thoburn Spelcher, Methodist minister, will conduct the worship. WESLEY WAS HOST TO COUNTY MEETING OF LEGION, AUXILIARY Woman's Club Meets Mrs. H. E. Rachut assisted by Erna Baars, entertained the Woman's club last week Monday evening. The Interest of the members In this year's study was manifested by an unusually good attendance. After roll call, which was responded to by giving "New Ideas COAL \ Watch The Orange Trucks BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS Chemacol Processed COAL If you aren't already one of our Peerless customers, make it a point to give it a trial this winter. You'll appreciate its quick starting qualities, the small ash content, the high heat value. Order Coal in adequate quantities this year. Don't be caught short again. Botsf ord L To ber Jim Pool Phone 256 n Medicine", further chapters of lie book, "The Next One Hundred years" by Purnas were reviewed »y Mrs. Emma Staehle and Mrs. flva Boettcher. The former cover- d the chapters on chemistry. The lub voted to donate 13.00 to the cholarshtp and loan fund. Lunch was served by the hostesses. School Programs Held Several of the rural schools held Thanksgiving programs this week. On Tuesday evening the Sunnyslde chool, taught by Eva Kracht, dis- rict No. 3, Portland township, Sarh Neeling, teacher and No. 8, Port- and township, taught by Johanna Krickson, held Thanksgiving programs. Marie Godden was 12 years old ast Wednesday and entertained 13 riends at a party. Mrs. Bertha Wallace went to Smmetaburg last week Monday to spend a week or two. Mrs. Henry Schrader entertained the Lutheran Aid society in the church basement Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, Rlchland Center, WIs., is visiting Mr. Fisher's sister, Mrs. Will Koestler, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman visited Mrs. Gettntan's mother, Mrs. Carroll Gilbert in Buffalo Center Thursday. She Is in very poor health. Floyd Koepke, Wesley and Marian Bernhard attended tbe auto show at Des Moines Wednesday and visited relatives in Valley Junction. Mrs. J. J. John held an auction Monday afternoon and disposed of tier live stock and farm machinery. Her son, R S. John, will farm the place the coming year. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel has been ill for several days and Is threatened with pneumonia. Helen Schwietert Is caring for her. Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Algona, visited her Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham have received news of the birth of a grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs, Merwyn Graham at Denver, Colo. The child has been named Jay Dale after his grandfather. A good crowd attended the meeting of class No. 1 of the Methodist Sunday School Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bertha Schwietert Mrs. James Ollom and Mrs. W. R. Carney were assistant hostesses. The class voted to call Itself the Golden Rule class. J. P. and Mennett Trunkhlll, Mr and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz and Mrs. E. C. Sanderson went to Kvansville WIs., Wednesday to attend the fun eral of a niece, Thursday, who had been killed In an auto accident. A nephew was also very seriously in Jured. They returned home Satur da*. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Kark, o Harpersvllle, N. Y., spent last week at the G. J. F. Vogal and Georg Carroll homes. Mr. Kark and Mr Vogel spent Wednesday and Thurs ady at BloomfMd, Nebr., wb«r* they visited an uncle of Mr. Kark. Saturday the Vogels and Karks went to Grlnnell to spend the da with Elinor Vogel, who is a stud ent at Grlnnell College. Mrs. C. C. Eaton, Cascade, Iowa and two nephews, Will and Ra Gilmore. the former of Wakpala South Dakota, and the latter o Minnesota, visited from Wednes day to Friday at the W. A. Peter home. Mrs. Eaton is Mr. Peters sister. She had been attending th funeral of a sister, Mrs. a E. Gil more, at Wakpala, and came her for a short visit before returntn home. lear Report on Vets Hospital; 110 Were at Session Blowing Our Horn Because Santa Glaus Wanted Us To ... You See Christmas Is On The Way And Santa Claus Knows That Bjuatrom'a la Hia Moat Efficient Aid in Koaauth County FOR CHRISTMAS, 1936, WE SUGGEST Thanksgiving Party | Mar jorie Foth of By LuVerne Club 1 Bancroft Wed To Sumner Young Man Wesley: The joint county meet- ng of the American Legion and Auxiliary here last week Thursday venlng, was attended by 110 per- ons. The meeting opened In the egular Legion form with Don lutchlson, county commander of he Legion and Genevleve Graham, ounty chairman of the Auxiliary, n charge. The local commander, M Monson, and local president, Mrs. Jack Studer, were introduced. Mrs. Martha Whisler, Coon Rap- ds, Eighth District committeewoman, talked to the group on the accomplishments of the district, and ;old of the district birthday party held at the Knoxville veterans hospital In August. There are 900 disabled men at the hospital and approximately 75 have a birthday each month. Talks were given by F. B. Champlin of Holmes and Joe Gunderson of Eagle Grove, past district commanders. A musical program was given here by the local Aux- liary, and the Misses Alvina Johnson, Mabel Stage, Mary Katherine Jennings, teachers, and Mary Ellen Bottom, Methodist pastor's daughter, presented these numbers. The two presiding officers called the rolls, and the county chairman found that the organizations have nearly reached their quota of membership, with the Auxiliary eadlng. The next meeting will be leld at Titonka, on Thursday, De*c. 17th. At the close of the meeting unch was served by the local Auxiliary unit, and this was followed by several hours of dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson drove to Mason City last week Tuesday. A meeting of the Methodist Aid was held at the home of Mrs. A. M. Lease last week Wednesday. The evening bridge club met with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blelch Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Bauer assisting. The Thursday bridge club met with Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr. Mrs. Julius Kunz won high and Mrs. Halvor Flora, Jr., travel prize. A beauty shop has just been opened in the building owned by Guy M. Butts at the east end of main street Mr. Murphy from Emmetsburg, is the proprietor. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends, Mountain Lake, Minnesota, came last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Behrends' brothers, Herman Ostercamp, Wesley, and Fred and John, Brltt. Emory Goodnow, who left last Thursday afternoon for St Louis, arrived there Saturday. He will visit his sister, Mrs. Hubert D. Craln, and should he obtain employment, he will remain. A group of members of the local Congregational church went to Britt last Thursday evening to s«o slides shown by Mr. and Mrs. Gjessland, missionaries from South Africa, who spoke here a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Martha Whisler, Coon Rapids, was a house guest of Mrs. L. L. Lease last Thursday and Friday. She came to attend the joint county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary last Thursday evening. Eight members of the Embroidery club and one guest attended a meeting at the home of Mrs. Marie Giddings last Thursday. The afternoon was spent at needlework and visiting, and light refreshments were served. The Phillips A6 oil station at the east end of main street changed hands last week Wednesday. Matt Hildman bought the stock of P. C. Haynes, recent manager, and will continue to rent the building of Guy M. Butts. Mrs. May Harris, Mrs. Harry Harris and Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona, with Mrs. Anderson's little son and daughter, visited their daughter, niece and sister, Mrs. Lawrence Hansen last week Wednesday. Other guests the same day were Mrs. Milton Giddings, Wesley, and Mrs. Gerald Cook. Alma Funnemark, daughter of the Henry Funnemarks, northeast of Wesley, was seriously injured two weeks ago when she stepped on a potato fork and ran one or more tines through the instep of one of her feet. She had medical treatment from the first, and seems now to be safely recovering. Lu Verne: A Thanksgiving party was held at the city hall Friday evening instead of the regular afternoon meeting of the J. J. club. Mrs. Albert Hefti and Mrs. Lawrence Miller were hostesses and (Mrs) Jv E. Lindebak, Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Mrs. Duane Neal, Mrs. Arthur Hanselman and Mrs. Albert Schneider were the committee in charge of entertainment. Rook and bridge were played with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips receiving the high family prize for rook and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf for bridge. Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Lloyd Zentner won chair prizes. Were Lakota Guests Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Chan- dog Smith attended a tea Thursday afternoon given by the Lakota Acorn club at the home of Mrs. Arthur Schissel. Mrs. Stone, who Is the Kossuth county Federated club chairman, was guest of honor at this meeting. She was also a guest at the meeting of the Algona Woman's club Friday afternoon. Bancroft: On Monday morning] at eight o'clock Marjorie Foth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Foth, became the bride of LeRoy Meighan of Sumner. The attendants were Betty Foth, sister of the bride, and Norbert Meighan, brother of the groom. The bride wore a princess tunic frock of brown crepe with accessories to match. She wore a corsage of chrysanthemums and roses. The bridesmaid wore a princes tunic frock of green with brown accessories. She also wore a corsage of roses and chrysanthemums. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at six o'clock. The couple plan to make their home at Strawberry Point, where Mr. Mighan is employed. Boy Breaks Arm Robert Olson, the twelve year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olson had his right arm broken just above the wrist when he cranked a car lust week Sunday. Host to Carriers The County Rural Carriers Association met last week Tuesday evening at the Ray Stone home with a good attendance. After the business meeting of the two organizations, the carriers and the Auxiliary, bridge and monopoly were played. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and Lottie Mason were guesta. Sixth Bank Dividend The sixth dividend of the Bank of LuVerne was announced by the receiver G. S. Buchanan, last week with payment beginning Nov. 19. This is a five per cent dividend and makes a total of 35 per cent paid to the depositors. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hof were Des Moines visitors last week Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Sankey Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Curtis, in Sioux Falls. — Mrs. Carrie Reasoner, Ringsted, is visiting at the G. A. Egglestone home. Mrs. H. E. Peltzke Is enjoying a visit, the first In 26 years, from a sister, Mrs. T. J. Morton, of Raymond, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Chapman attended a county Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Weoley Thursday night. Conrad Baumgartner, Renwlck, spent Wednesday in LuVerne. Mrs. R. H. Masterson and daughters, ol Corwith, spent the day at the De- Rae Godfreys. .Supt. and Mrs. Alex Evans entertained the members of the faculty Mrs. Chandos Smith and Mrs. Wll ma Mosher at their home last week Tuesday evening. The evening 1 ! entertainment was bridge with i dainty lunch being served Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beavers and Hubert Hood, Humboldt spent Thursday evening at the W. J. Hood home. Mrs. Wm. Vaake entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Joseph Recker won high prize, Mrs. Bridget Qulnn, low and Mrs. M. A. Saunders, travel. A C. O. F. card party and dance was held Monday evening at the Forester hall. Peter Schllt* won high In bridge and Alfred Menke von high In five hundred. Mrs. C. J. Scfioltes and children, Dennis and Marilyn and Mrs. Herman Peterson visited Thursday at he home of Mrs. Scholtes' sister, Mrs. Paul Udy in Fairmont. Mrs. Mike Droessler entertained the Three Tables bridge club Friday evening. Mrs. L. J. Mouse! won first, Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy second and Mrs. Andy Detterlng, ow. Guesta of the club were Mrs. Andrew Berens and Clara Nem- niers. Hubert Hood, Humboldt and Joe Williams drove to Council Bluffs on Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Hood and son Billy, who have been In Council Bluffs-for the past two months, returned with them to Bancroft, on Wednesday. Billy, who has been ill for some time Is now well enough to be about his duties in the I. G. A. store again. HIDES and FUR The Trapping Season is now open. Get your share of the Fur Bearings Animals. We are paying Attractive Prices for HIDES, Cattle and Horse Hides. MuskraU, Mink, Raccoon, Red and Silver Foxe*, Skunk and Badger Plea*? Bring Your Hide* tuitt Far to the East Room of our New Building. Joe Greenberg PHILCO The largest stock of radios in our history, and the largest stock in Kossuth County at our store now. RADIOS Our Xmas •lock is here, and the largest in the Co. FRIGIDAIRES Buy now, you can start paying next spring YOU CAN BUY A NEW MAYTAG ELECTRIC WASHER FOR AS LITTLE AS $58.50 AT BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCE STORE We Maintain 24-Hour Service Our staff of trained men on all of our nationally known lines are ready to go, day or night. Delco Heat fuel is easy to buy, and costs are really low when installations are correctly made. A General Motors Product. FOR GREATER VALUES AND EASY TERMS OPENING- Dance Titonka. Iowa Titonka Pavilion Thanksgiving Nov. 26 Hock Shaffer and His Orchestra Gents 40c. Ladies 25c including tax OH FRANK/ WE WERE JUST WISHING YOU WERE HERE. You can't always be with your'own folks on Thanksgiving Day but it's e to drop in by LONG DISTANCE. LOWER RATES on long distance calls of •bosjft'fb mil., or tnor* aro in l«ff*ct EVERY NIGHTjn»JT p. m. to 4.30 a. m. and ALL DAY SUHDAY.J^ LONG DISTANCE RATES REDUCED « TM4ES IM K> " ts! Uw Ulorift/Uil - Gmipletelu"Tl£ur LONE ROOK NEWS Swea City Wm. Poole spent the week end visiting in Des Moines. The sewing circle met at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shaaer of Bot- was a guest at tue J. M. Blanchard home Monday. Elma Krueger spent Friday visiting at the Clarence Theeafield home in Fenton. Mrs. E. M. Jensen was a guest at the home of Mrs. H. N. Osher in Graettinger, Friday. Frank Macumber began work on Monday in Clarion, where he is doing carpenter work. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz drove to Des Moines Wednesday to attend the auto show. Mr. and Mrra. Joe Shaaer of Botna spent Thursday and Friday at the Chris Shaaer home. Mrs. A. H. Hennlngsen and Elizabeth Jensen of Graettinger were guests at the E. M. Jensen home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. 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