The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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The Algona TTpper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Pec. 22,1936 COOD HOPE GIRL WED TO SENECA, MAN WEDNESDAY Jtttth Kueck and Bernard Jensen United in Burt Church Seneca: Ruth Kueck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck of Good Hope and Bernard Jensen, son of 3bfr. and Mrs. F. E. Jensen of Sen«ca were united In marriage at the Burt Lutheran church Wednesday noon with Rev. Rlchmann officiating. Marvin Kueck, brother of the bride, of Good Hope, attended 'the groom, and Florence Jensen of Seneca, acted as bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen 'are both graduates of the Seneca consolidated school and are both well known In this community. Modern Mixers The Modern Mixer club members entertained their husbands and families at a Christmas dinner and party at the Ole Oftedahl home on Thursday. Those who attended were the Fred Jensens, Marinus Nelsons, Curtis Olsens, Sigurd Olsens, Albert Codys, Carl Petersens, Mrs. Irvin Classen, Emll Elmers, Art Paulsens, R. J. Campbells, Jena Petersens, J. W. Bolligs, Clarence Metzgers, Leonard Andersons, and Mrs. Frank Campbell of Hudson, 111. Tom St. John and son, Carroll and A. T. Paulsen were business callers In Algona Tuesday. Alice Hoeck and daughter, Charlene of Swea City spent Wednesday afternoon at the A. T. Paulsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson spent the fore part of the past week at the Fred Johnson home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Johnson Is a daughter of the Petersens. Mrs. Fred Simpson entertained the Helpful Thursday club at the home of Mrs. Sheldon Merrill on Thursday afternooni The afternoon was spent playing games and the members of the club exchanged Christmas gifts after which a luncheon was served by Mrs. Simpson. SKLUVERNE GRADE PUPILS GIVE PROGRAM Glee Clubs gave a Musical Cantata on Monday Read The Want Ads—It Pays It's December 1936... and Christmas And Now We Come to one of those rare moments in life wfien one may forget the daily routine and the details of everyday business. It is the time of the year when one feels a friendly kindness toward all the world. A sincere desire to make others happy. To create good cheer. And we wish we had the gift to be able to tell you truly, how much we really mean to convey, in this old-fashioned— Christmas Greeting to you and yours. May the coming New Year be the most prosperous, happiest and healthiest you 'have ever known. . , Zender & Caldwell LuVerne:. The first six grades gave a Christmas program at the choolhouse Friday afternoon, Dec- 3mber 18 at 1:30. The combined toys' and girls' glee clubs present- d the cantata, "The Wondrous Star," Monday evening, December t. There are about 45 in the two glee clubs. Kathleen McCIellan end Maxine Smith sang solo parts, Ruth Neal and Robert Eggleston sang a duet and a trio and a sex- ette gave special numbers. Esther Christian is director of high school music. Percy Brink and Wesley Cleveand attended a horse sale at Sioux Falls last week Tuesday. . Cecil Stoddard, who has spent he past year or more in the western states and Alaska Is payinf Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Sloddard, a visit. In honor of Lottie Mason's birthday Tuesday, a number of friends went to her home and spent the evening. Progressive rook played for entertainment. Mrs. Wm. Ellis has returned from Chicago, where she had spent the past month helping care for her granddaughters, Marilyn and Maurine O'Connell, who had both been having the scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curran left Saturday for Los Angeles, where Mr. Curran will take a course In Diesel engineering. The Currans have lived on the A. F. Curran farm the past year and had a aale Thursday to dispose of their belongings. Prices were very good, one team selling for $268.00. Ruby Langermann Wed at Fairville To LuVerne Youth Fenton: A pretty wedding took place at St. Luke's Lutheran :hurch in Fairville on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock when Ruby Langerman became the bride of Oterhart Meyers, of Lu Verne. Rev. H. D. Stahmer performed the cermony In the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. L*Roy Hanselman of LuVeme and Irvin Gremmels of Fentbn were the ushers. The bride wore a white satin floor length uress with a cap-shaped veil and wore white slippers. Her bouquev was white and pink I chrysanthemums. The bride was attended by Lillian Schallln, who wore a pink silk crepe dress with white accessories Jmd carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. Albert Langermann, the brother of the bride, served as best man. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langermann of this place. She was born and grew to womanhood in this community nnd attended the local schools. Mr. Meyers is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Meyers of Lu- Verne. He attended the LuVerne schools and since has been farming with his father. After the ceremony a reception and dinner was held at 6:30 at the tome of the bride's parents, with 35 guests present. The couple left on a honeymoon to Minnesota and upon their return will live on the 'room's farm one and one-half miles west of LuVerne. IRENE VAUDT, ED BUTLER WED County Auditor, Whittemore Girl United on Sunday Whlttemore: A cnurch wedding took place Sunday afternoon at two o'clock In St. Paul's Lutheran church, when Irene Vaudt became the bride of Eddie Butler with the Rev. W. H. Discher officiating. Miss Vaudt is a graduate from the Whlttemore high school and later took up a course in bookkeeping at Cedar Falls and for a number of years was employed In the auditor's office In the court house and Mr. Butler is well known here and Is a gradviate from Presentation Academy and also a graduate from Creighton College at Omaha and has held the office of County Auditor for four years. Mrs. B. E. Sanders Sexton Aid Hostess Sexton: The Sexton Aid met with Mrs. B. E. Sanders Thursday after' noon with 20 in attendance. Mrs. Jergen Skew gave Bible study after which lunch was served. It was voted to have a box supper and program on Jan. 14 at the Sexton halL Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs. John Huff are the program committee. School Teams Split The Whittemore public school boys and girls' basketball teams met the DCS Moincs Twp. teams last week Tuesday evening on the local floor and split tiie games. The boys had to play two overtime periods and lost by a score of 22 to 4, and the Whittemore girls won an easy game 57 to 33. FENTON CHURCHES PLAN FOR XMAS Lutheran and Methodist Groups Planning Special Services III with Flu Russell Brady, local barber and Is little daughter, Patricia, are oth confined to their beds with a evere case of the flu. Roy Higley f Wesley had charge of the shop Thursday and Friday. Beltone Theatre - HURT - Fri.-Sat., Dec. 25-26 Matinee Friday at 2 o'clock Shirley Temple "DIMPLES" Admission lOc 25c Wed.-Thur.-Fri., Dec. 30-31- Jan. 1 "RAMONA" WITH Loretta Young, Don Ameche and a cast of thousands Hie new perfected technicolor picture Admission lOc 25c + Xmas Parties of LuVerne Clubs Held LuVerne: Christmas parties were held by all of the women's clubs this year. During the past week the Tuesday club, the Good Will club and the J. J. Club met for their party. The country home of Mrs. Arthur Benschoter was the setting for the Tuesday club. Tho topic for the afternoon's program was "Christmas Around the World'' and Mrs. John Voss told how Christmas is observed In Denmark; Mrs. Fred Merkle, France; Mrs Wm. Miller, Holland and Mrs Carrie Coleman, England. The rooms were decorated appropriately and an exchange of gifts was made. The Good Will club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Swanson. There was a large attendance. Mrs. H. D. Ristau and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf had charge of the afternoon's entertainment Bingo was played with Mrs. Walter Lens, Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh, Mrs. Mike Stripling and Mary Shipley,"• winning prizes. The January meeting will be held with Mrs. Roy Guy. Mrs. H. D. Meyer was hostess to the J. J. club Friday afternoon. The afternoon's entertainment was a series of Christmas games and a program closing with the singing of Christmas carols In charge of Mrs. Harold Sorensen and Mrs. Irwin Chapman. There will be no meeting of this club until January IS, when Mrs. Jesse Lindebak will be hostess. ST. JOE NEWS Father Ives from Sioux City was a caller Friday in St. Joseph's par ochlal school. R. A. Skangstad of Humboldt was calling on friends in this vicinity Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker mov- latter Fenton: The Fenton churches will present their annual Christmas program on Christmas eve at 7:30. St. John's Lutheran church will give the following: program: song, "Joy to the World"; opening recitations; questions and answers on Old Testament promises and their fulfillment responsories; songs by the school and Sunday school. Methodist Church The program ia as follows t< start at 7:45 Christmas eve: Old English Wassail song, 14th century "The Golden Carol" and "I Saw Three Ships (the tradition of these carols revert to the Middle ages) "What Child Is This", Greensleeve" Melody, 16th century; Welsh, "Deck Uw Halls"; French, "Bring Torch," Provenclal carol, "Gloria" Sicilian Marine's Hymn, "O Sanctisslma"; Polish, "Infan Holy"; German, "Good Chrlstla Men Rejoice" "In Dulce Jubllo, 14th century, 'O Tannenbaum,"— traditional, "Silent Night," "AHe lulia,"—Walt's carol. The closln number, "Joy to the World, 1 be sung* by the cnblFlinVllM" lence. Members of the choir are: sop ranos, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. J T. Snyder, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod an Mrs. Carrie Volgt; altos, Mrs. E mer Weisbrod, Mrs. Milton Weis brod, Mrs. John Newel, Mrs. Wll fred Stoeber; tenors, B. K. Bahn son, W. P. Weisbrod, Dale Long Milton Weisbrod and Wilfre Stoeber; bass—Alfred Meyers an Wilbur Holldorf. The choir Is dir ecte.d by Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod wit Mrs. B. K. Bahnson as accompan 1st. The Sunday School of the Mcth odlst church will present a pro gram at 7:30 on Christmas eve. Give School Concert The Fenton high school muslca groups presented a concert o Christmas and secular music o Thursday evening at the hlg school gymnasium. The group partiepating were high schot orchestra, guitar ensemble, girl glee club, boys' glee club, girls' sex ed to their new home the part of this week. Mrs. M. Hanifan and Thomas of Livermore spent last week visiting with friends in St. Joe. William Hammer has installed a new electric computing pump in his Texaco gas station here. John Splllet of Thompson spent a fi few days the first of this week with | Newel and Frederick Zwiefel. his sister, Mrs. T. L. Rowell. The Christmas program will be given Wednesday night, December 23, at the church here at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children visited her mother, Mrs. Warmbler at LuVerne Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wagner. Lu- Verne. nre spending a few weeks at the Elmer Emery homo. Mr. Wagner is a cousin of Mrs. Emery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Wednesday in Mnson City visiting a niece of Afr. Steven who is a patient in a Mason City hospital. Mrs. Elmer Emery and Mrs. Percy Wagner attended the Lu- Verne Good Will club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emery's sister, Mrs. Carl Swnn- son, near LuVerne. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith spent Thursday afternoon at the Kenneth Curran home near Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran are moving to the old Curran farm vacated by Kenneth. His Idea of a Man's Gift Give him his choice, nnd ten to one he will head tOWWfft this up-to-date men's store, and choose a gift of all gtfti" 11 something for the mnn who smokes—and we hare It irhnt yon him for his C h rlst inn* present don't fail (ii lnrlnd<» some of his favorite brand <if rijrnrs. AVo hare them In our Inreo nnd extensive ill*. play nnd will help yon. Iteatitifnl eltt boxes of his fnTorlte rljrnr. IVe have I»OT- es of nil sizes from '» to 50, nnd the prices nre rljrht. All are nently wrapped In II o 1 I «1 n y wrapping. Sec onr fine display of Clgnr* Mrs. Harold Cashen and little daughter and her mother arrived from McCook, Neb., Wednesday. Academy Is Winner Presentation Academy boys met he St. Mary's teams of Emmets- urg on the public achool gym floor 'rlday evening and the Academy first team won 25 to 22 and the econd team lost, Academy 7, St. Marys 14. New Welding Shop A fireproof structure was built he past week back of the post of- Ice by Mr. Jenkins, who will use he building for a welding shop. He will do electric welding and it will also be used as a filling ata- !on. The Rural Service will put n two gas pumps and their products will be sold. Mrs. Reding Hostess The Larkln club met at the home of Mrs. Nick Reding last week Tuesday and all members were present but one. Those who were present were Mrs. D. Ostwald, West Bend; Mrs. Carl Selp, Irvington; Mrs. Alfred Semon, Mrs. Peter Mueller, Mrs. Henry Mueller, Miss Marguerite Reding, Mrs. John Monarch, and Mrs. Mike Mergen. Visitors were as follows; Mrs. Norbert and Mrs. Erwin Friederes of St. Joe, Mrs. Peter Foxsen and granddaughter, Beverly Butler of Mason City, Mrs. Carl Ebert and and daughter, El- tec and boys' octet. Members of the girls' sextet ar Mary Ann Bonn, Edith Wolf Ruth and Tusnelda Kabelitz, Fait Finnestad and Irene Bleckwenn. The boys' octet includes Terence Padgett, Ernest Skare, Lester Cade, Edmund Krause, Edward Lindsey, Harold Weisbrod, Eugene Edna Schultz alne. Raymond Neu, son of Mr. and Mr*. P«Ur Nou Is quite tick .with pneumonia. ,: . Rocella Volgt of Algona came home over the week end to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt The home of Henry Kueckers was quarantined Thursday for the scarlet fever. Their daughter, Lillian came down with the disease. Geo. Cnrmody cnme home from Chicago Friday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cnrmody. George is studying law In Chicago. Clarence Sobers accompanied by Carl Englatler, Miss Pearl Miller. Miss Marguerite Hejlick, all of Garner, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. A 9 pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Odney Stokka of Cylinder at the McCrcery hospital Sunday morning. Mrs. Stokka was formerly Misa Selma Baas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck entertained at their home Friday evening in honor of their daughter, Lucille's sixtn birthday. Those who were present were the Will Meyers, the Erwin and Walter Struck- ers. It ia reported that John Bormann, farmer living west of hers, ia confined to his bed from a near attack of pneumonia. Rita Becker spent Monday *n Livermore caring for the Harry Zigrang children, while Mr. and Mrs. Zigrang were Fort Dodge shoppers. Mission services in St. Joseph's church ended Sunday evening. The Rev. Cyril Ernst, O. P. P. S., had charge of the services which were very well attended. Marvin Gronbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, was quite sick with pneumonia the past week. A registered nurse from Fort Dodge was in charge of the live year old boy. Mrs. John Cunningham are parents of a girl born last week. This makes them a family of four girls and two boys. The baby was bap- tised Rosann Susan in St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Klocke and family from Algona moved into the house vacated by the Lam- bertys and Mr. Klocke will work for Mr. Berte the coming year. Mrs. Klocke will be better remembered Mr. and Mrs. George Nauman, ol as Elenor Nauman, daughter of Algona. I A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Peter Zelmet on Sunday evening, Dec. 20th. The guests gathered at the Andrew Erpelding home and then proceeded to the Zeimet home. Agnes and Raymond Zeimet, niece and nephew of Mr. Zeimet, were in charge of the party. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lamberty and infant BOO moved Wednesday to Dell Rapid*, South Dakota, where they have rented a farm for the coming year. Mr. Lawberty ha* been working the past few years for Alyhonse Berte. Tom Devlne from Livermore moved their furniture. School "Stop" Signs Stop signs were placed at Fention's busiest intersections last week to prevent accident to school pupils. Warren Snyder and Robert Krause have been deputized as school policemen and will place and remove the signs. Pre-Nuptial Shower A pre-nuptial shower was held last week Thursday afternoon honoring Ruby Langerman. Games formed the afternoon's entertainment. A two course luncheon was served by the hostesses Mesdames Julius Gremmels, Art Bamsey, George Bolte and Dorothy Stigman. The honored guest received many lovely gilts. Two Big DANCES Al Menke's FAMOUS BAND The Fenton schools closed Friday for a two weeks' vacation Classes will start again on Jan. 4th. Mrs. Howard Reeder entertained the Hook and Needle sewing circle at a Christmas party on Wednea day afternoon. Lyle Newel drove to Ames oil Thursday and brought home his brother, Harold and James Schwartz, students at Iowa State College, who will spend Christ mas vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Wander Mr. and Mrs. Curls Wallukait and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ueering all of Algona were six o'clock dinner guests at the Philip Wander home last week Monday evening. After dinner all attended the firemen's ball in Fenton. E. J. Frank drove to Charles City Friday morning for a few hours' visit and then proceeded on to Cedar Falls to bring home his daughter, Virginia, Ardis Voigt, June Wusbrod and Viola Mueller, students at I. 3. T. C., who will spend the holiday* at home. Monday, Dec. 28 Monday, Jan. 4 Academy Hall Whittemore RMd The Want Ad*—It Pay.. ROM Dundaa, Amej* student, came Thursday evening for a visit with hi* mother, Mr*. Mary Dun da*. To Whom It May Concern: I have this day and date received from the UNITED COUNTIES BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION of Algona, Iowa, the sum of FIVE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVEN DOLLARS in payment of the membership certificate of my husband. DR. WARREN T. PETERS held in the above org- anisation. My husband was a member of this organization since April 18th, 1934, and had paid four dollars in death as- All Parish PARTY Sponsored by the Societies of The St. Cecelia's Parish Monday Eve. Dec. 28 CIGARETTES All kinds—in cm-tins and tins—specially wrapped for IJM> holiday season. See our complete line. We have his fftTont* CARDS LUNCH DANCE 35c EVERYONE INVITED If he enjoys hit pipe why not a new one for him this year! There are many hours of contentment for him In t h o kind of pipe he lll*es. And we have It —call and see onr pipes, We hate pipes of all shapes, and at prices that anyone can afford. Let ns know h I * favorite and we'll pro- doee It tor yon. Let your K lft tWs rear he one that hell nse many days to <?orae. Vc'd like to see a man who smokesnho wouldn't appreciate me or more of the following articles t Cigar Lighter, Cigar or Cigarette Holder, Humidor of Tobacco, Ash Tr»F Set, and many other articles. 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