The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 9
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ffea Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Pec. 22,1936 North East * Kossuth Page Mrs, Fred Logemann Funeral Service Held at Ledyard, Saturday Afternoon LUTHERAN AH) AT LAKOTA IS YUIM)EHOST Mt«lcAl Program For 115 Guests Was Presented Lakota: The Lutheran Aid and Missionary society held its annual Christinas party at the church on Wednesday afternoon with the women 6t the other churches as in- vtted gtttsts and 115 women Including their own members attending. Th* room was prettily decorated With Christmas colors, red bells, iwwrths, candles, etc. Following Is ttu program given: group singing; a three act play, "Thoughtless Giving" WM put on by some of the members and much enjoyed, beside giving afi listeners a chance to cheek up on their giving; Irene Wiring* and ArvUla Christ sang two ducts; Irene Weringa gave a reading rwetlng to the experiences of ft bride trying her first Christmas dinner. The program closed with Owlstmaa carols. Lunch was served to all present Church Xmas Program* Allthres churches are preparing for Christmas programs to be given Christmas eve. The Christmas spirit seems to be in the air as smiling faces and hurrying feet Im piy. lUrtii of a Bon Announcements were received here Thursday of the birth of a son Larry Richard, to the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Stratford Is well known here as he preached in the Methodist church luring the Illness of his brother, the Rev. Frank Johnson several years ago. New Tear Supper The men of the Presbyterian church held a meeting at the church parlors last week Monday evening to make plans for the annual New Year's eve supper served by the men of the church. Frank Lewis Is chairman of al) committees. Acorn Club Mrs. W. E. Outknecht very pleasantly entertained 25 members of the Acorn club at her new home Thursday afternoon. This was the annual Christmas party. Roll call was answered by childhood memories of Christmaa Mrs. A. Fedge was leader for the Christmas carols. Mrs. Edna Turley read a Christmas story, 'The Gift of the Magi", written by O. Henry. Kach member brought a gift, which was numbered and put under the lighted Christmas tree. When the lunch trays were brought In each contained a numbered slip and as the numbers were called the guest having the corresponding number received the gift. Mesdames W. E. Ley and J3. J. Woodworth were gift committee. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Turley, Jan. W. Mrs. Bert Klenltz and little son came home from the hospital at Buffalo Center last week. The Tuesday bridge club held their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. W. M. Schroeder Tuesday evening. Meadames Delia Smith and Harry Warburton entertained 20 guests at cards at the home of Mrs. Smith Friday evening. The Rev. Muhleman was here last week Monday evening and held the first quarterly conference for the Methodist church at the parsonage. Most of the board members were present ON HOME PLACE AT AGE OF 60 Born in Germany—Eight of Eleven Children Survive Ledyard: Wednesday evening, Dec. 16, Mrs. Fred Logemann passed away at her farm home north of town. For nearly two years she had been afflicted with pernicious anemia but Monday her -condition became serious. All that medical aid and loving hands could do proved in vain and the end came Wednesday evening at 9:45. - Social Security Record To comply with Federal and State requirements. A simple, practical and inexpensive set— suitable to any business. -SENT ON APPROVAL WRITE FOR IT Local Agent Wanted Klipto Loose Leaf Co. Mason City, Iowa Say Neighbor — ,t« > As the Yuletlde season approaches, let us look back over the last year and see what we have done for our fellow man. If you f«el that we have tried our best, in our humble way, to please our customers and those with whom we do business every day In the best possible manner that we know how, considering the frailties of human beings, U»en we are very happy to have served you, and we want to take this opportunity of expressing our appreciation for the business which you have done with us and of wishing you and yours a most happy Christmas. Long's Food Shop A. L. Long Xftefeg*^^ Season's Greetings BJUSTROM'S Home Appliance Store* Mr, and Mrs. R. 0. Bjustroni 9.9, {feats A- F- Maxwell H. W. Kuecker ft, p, ffekbavun W. C Sbellmyer ««.»«» Flatt Ruth Roland M. E. Ludwig Ed Genrich fitOM TUB SWEA CITY STOKE Mrs. Schroeder Is Hostess to Auxiliary Lakota: Mrs. Fred Schroeder was hostess to the Legion Auxiliary last week Monday evening with 12 members present, also three guests. One of the projects taken up by the Lakota Auxiliary is the so called adoption of an 8 year old girl, known only as Ruth. The Auxiliary department In Des Moines selects a child from a worthy family and although the child remains in her own home, her measurements and clothes needs are sent tc the Auxiliary and these articles are bought from their welfare fund and sent to the child. This seems a very worthy work for the unit SCHOOL XMAS PARTY, TITONKA BUFFALO P. T. A. , MEETING HELD Mrs. Logemann was born June 7, 1876 In Ostfriesland, Germany. In 1882 at the age of six years, she came with her parents to America and first located in southern HI. In 1886 they moved to Jones county, Iowa, where she spent her childhood days and received her public school education. Having Christian 'parents, she was baptized in her infancy and instructed in the the Christian religion and was received into the membership Of the Lutheran church. On March 12, 1896, she was united In marriage to Fred Logemann. In February, 1902, In search of cheaper land, the family came to Kossuth county and a year later located on a farm In Sprlngfletd township which has since been their home. Eleven children were born to this union, of which one died in Infancy, Henry passed away In 1930 and Lawrence about a year ago. Mrs. Logemann was of a kind and cheerful disposition. She was devoted and true to her husband and always a loving mother, true friend and kind neighbor. Mrs. Logemann was for years a member of the local Evangelical church and later joined the Reformed church of which she remained a faithful member. She leaves to mourn her death her husband, four sons, Engelbart, Fred, Walter, Melvln; four daughters, Anna, Mabel, Esther, Lydia; seven grandchildren; four brothers., Fred, Martin, Ernest and Louis Engelbarts; two sisters, Mrs. Wm. Krueger, Montrose, III., and Mrs. Mary Poppe, beside many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon In the Methodist church with the Reformed pastor, the Rev. A. A. Depping In charge. Interment was made in the Highland Home cemetery. Christmas Operetta In Lakota School Lakota: The grade operetta, "The Magic Christmas Bell", was put on In the school auditorium Thursday evening to a large and appreciative audience. Preceding the play the girls' glee club sang Christmas songs. Eleanor Moe played a piano solo. Betty Ley, Elizabeth Rahm- stock and Margaret Schroeder sang "All Through the Night." The scene of the play was laid In Santa's toy shop and Dorothy Schroeder and Dorothy Woodward took the parts of Wimble and Nimble, Santa's helpers. Santa had overslept and had to call on the Magic Bell who called helpers from different countries to help with the gifts. Groups of children dressed in lovely costumes took the parts of people from Sweden, Japan, China, Scotland, Spain, Indians and cows boys and toys, Christmas trees, bunnies, wooden soldiers, jack-in-the-boxes, teddy bears, balloons and Peggy Grabau, Shirley Hansen and Fanchion Heetland were dancing dolls. Harold Johnson was Santa Claus and three children represented Christmas puddings. The costumes and colored lights helped to make the operetta a thing of beauty and it was one of the best ever put on and all the teachers are to be congratulated on the sucess of the undertaking. New Titonka Babies Titonka: A baby girl was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Callies. Mother and baby are getting along nicely. A baby boy, weight 8'/i pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ray Hansen, Dec. 17th at 4:30 p. m. Mrs. Luther Miller resigns as President of Band Mothers Grades and Junior High - Conduct Program on Friday Titonka: The grades and junior high of Buffalo consolidated school gave a program Friday afternoon commencing at 1:30 in the school auditorium as follows: "Christmas at Grandmothers". The scene was the memories of grandfather and grandmother with the background their dreams. The cast Included grandfather, Berle Bonacker; grandmother; Fern Allts; Mr. Pipkin, Sylvester Hoff; Mandy, Ilene Ites; Santa Claus, Bobby Pink; Trimming the Tree and Christmas In Other Lands, sixth grade; Santa and his Toyland, Tin Soldiers, sixth grade boys; Packages, first grade children; Toys, second grade children; Gingerbread Men, third grade children; Dolls, Doris Krantz and third grade girls; playlet, Gifts of the 1 Heart and Soul, fourth and fifth grades; Christmas carols, high school chorus. Titonka: The regular meeting of the Buffalo consolidated parent- teacher association was held Monday evening in the auditorium of the public school. After the business routine, the program was given with Mrs. Homer C. Downs, program chairman, announcing. Community singing of Christmas Carols; boys' octette of the high school; paper, "Fitting the Child to the Home," Mrs. R. L. Krantz; "Family Leisure Time and Recreation," Mrs. Roy Budlong; Mother singers sang two numbers, " In Time of Roses" and "Allah's Holiday." The Band Mothers club met immediately afterwards. Mrs Luther Miller resigned as president. Mrs. R. L. Krantz was elected to fll! the vacancy. Plans were made to canvass for membership and arrange for other activities! Turner School Has Xmas Party Titonka > At school No. 8, four miles south of town, known ns the Turner school, Miss Ida Snchau, teacher, a Christmas program and basket social was given Wednesday evening, December 16th. The program was as follows: address of welcome, Harlan Fraser; Cradle Hymn by little girls: recitation, Ring Christmas Bells, Wanda Roac Young; dialogue, Christmas Cookies Not Too Little to Help, Wilbur and Mary; song, Silent Night by the girls; Christmas drill by six small girls; recitation, Hanging Up the Stockings, Kathryn; dialogue, Sallle Gray's Christmas; song, Come All Ye Faithful by the girls; recitation, What I'd Like, Martin; dialogue, The Return; recitation, It Wasn't Fair, Lewis; song, Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, the school; recitation, Merry Christmas, Mary; dialogue, Santa's Red Suit; recitation, In Closing, Ida Mae. Lunch was also served. Ed Rahmstock of Lakota Breaks Hip Lnkota: Ed Rahmstock is in the Buffalo Center hospital suffering from a broken hip, caused when he fell from n ladder when it slipped on the cement walk as he was putting tip a light bulb over the Princess cafe last week. It will be at least two months before he can be brought home. Mr. Rahmstock broke his arm just a year ago Dec. 17, and was laid up most of last winter. Wlllinm Batim, Jr., has purchased the f/irm northwest of town, known as the Rempt Enncn farm, from the Travelers Insurance Co., nt $78.00 per acre. •WWWYVWVWlWYVWVWWYVV^^ Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Give Xmas Party The German Valley school two miles north of town, with Miss Myrtle Ama, teacher, gave a Christmas program Friday evening, December 18th. A playlet was given and the rest of the program was so arranged to Include those not in the play. J. F. Fisher made a business trip to Thompson Tuesday. Mrs. Al Ingebretson and baby and Mrs. A. M. Parents visited with the fromer's parents at take Mills Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Helfner Is enjoying a visit with her mother, Mrs. W. E. Hughes <nf Afton, who plans to visit until after Christmas. Luther Miller and Howard Andrews represented Breen Post at the joint county meeting held at Burt Wednesday evening, December 16th. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast plan to spend the winter In California, having rented an apartment in Long Beach. They will spend Christmas In the Twin Cities with their children. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett will occupy the house during their absence. Tuesday Bridge Club The Tuesday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Will Ricklefa Mrs. Martin Blelch and Mrs. Carl F. Callies made high scores and Mrs. Llllle Wood low. Mrs. R. L. Krnntz received the chair prlre. Mrs. Woods was voted to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Mrs. Earl Stott Mrs. H. I. Torgersen, Mrs. C. A. Hoon and Mrs. Art Schweppe substituted for Mrs. C. V. Pendergast, Mrs. Frank Fisher and the hostess. Another galloping tea with Mr-:. H. F. Hamstreet as hostess was held Tuesday morning and 12 guests were served to cake and coffee. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I Fisher Tuesday morning at 7-SO nt the Ko-jsuth hospital, Algona, a baby boy, '.vtlght 8'A pounds. The baby was named Paul Ingham Mother and baby are doing nice' iy if* Mrs. Downs Hostess To Womans Group Titonka: The regular meeting of the Woman's study club was held Thursday evening, December 17th, at the home of Mrs. Homer C. Downs. Mrs. Jay Budlong was the leader the subject being "Palestine of Today." A paper was also given on "Peace." The club deoided to have the Husbands Theatre Party, January 6th, "Old Hutch." A buffet supper will be served at 7 p. m. at the Roy Budlong home. After the lesson was concluded the gifts were given out. Those in charge of the party had a novel way of doing this. Slips were passed out with a number on them and the members picked up a package, the packages having been rewrapped twice with corresponding number, on this wrapping was a club member name, who received the gift. This made a merry exchange. A buffet lunch was served. Seventeen members were present. Mrs. Graven was absent due to the lome being under quarantine for the scarlet fever. Mrs. Craven was :o have given a paper on "The Story of Christmas Carols." Lauritzem Hosts At Faculty Party In Ledyard, Thurs Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs, A. E Lauritzen entertained the schoo faculty, Mrs. V. A, Barrett an Min..Boslay at a Christmas..part Thursday evening^ Trie e'venln was spent playing' bridge. Mrs. Barrett won high and Mr. Granner low. Gifts were exchanged, then in behalf of the faculty, Mr. and Mrs. Lauritzen were presented with an electric clock. A delicious lunch was served. Baby's Ears Lanced Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner had Dr. Sommers for their seven months' old son, Don, Thursday and on Friday it was necessary to lance both ears. He was slightly improved Saturday. LAKOTA NEWS Mrs. I. J. Iverson, Fargo, North Dakota, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Art Ogren the past two weeks, left for home last week. Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe, north of town, was seriously ill with a gallstone attack last week but was able to be up again late in the week. The four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Geerdes was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital last week for an appendicitis operation and is reported recovering. Mrs. Oran O'Keefe was sick the first of last week, but has recovered. Her mother visited her on Monday, while her husband. Joe Madden made a business visit at Forest City. They returned to their home at Haifa that evening. The women of the church gave Mrs. Harvey Nelson a surprise party last week Tuesday afternoon and took her several nice gifts. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Nelson, Klemine came for a visit with their son am wife that day so Mrs. Nelson was an out of town guest at the party Ice cream, cake and coffee were served to 39 guests. Wm. Olthoff Plans To Rent His Farm Lakota] William Olthoff has rented his farm northeast of town to the Orville Buffingtons for next year. Mr. Olthoff has purchased .he Korse Ellman residence in Lakota and will move March 1st. Mr Olthoff has farmed in this neighborhood for many years. He has two sons, Rufus and Henry and one daughter, Mrs. John Furst, who operate farms in Lincoln township. He also has one daughter Mrs. Chris Asmusson, living in town. Mrs. Oltholf passed away several years ago. Clarence Baum A Groom Last Week Clarence Baum, son of Supervisor Baum, Lakota, and Marie Mortvedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Mortvedt, northeast of Elmore. and Glendon Baum, Blue Earth, Minn., and Audrey Monson, Frost, Minn., were married at the Lutheran parsonage in a double wedding at ten o'clock Wednesday morning with the Rev. Boese officiating. Both couples left via automobile for a trip to LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The young men are cousins. Shower for Bride A miscellaneous shower was held Friday afternoon at the Herman Goetz home in honor of Mrs. Hugo Worthington, formerly Melinda Goetz. The couple were married, Nov. 25, at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, witty Mr. and Mrs, Enos Worthington of Swea City as attendants. About 20 ladies were present. Out of town guests were: Mrs. Louise Klein, Vivian; Mrs. Henry Schaumberg and Marvin; Mrs. Elmer Scheldahl and Aimo, all of Elmore; Mrs. Ted Shelly, and Mrs. Herman Goetz, Jr., of Swea City. The couple are at home in Lone Rock for the present. Cagers Win Pair The local basketball teams each won two games this week Tuesday night from Armstrong here and Friday night from Lakota, there. The Want Ads—It Paw The Rev. Peter Hturm Is driving a new Ford V-8. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack wwe at Burt Monday. Rev. Boese of Lakota was here Thursday on business. D. B. Mayer and Ray Wentworth were at Algona Thursday. School closes this week Wednesday and resumes again Jan. 4. George Hagge and son, Edward of Buffalo Center, were in Algona Friday. Mrs. August Knoner was not so well Thursday and Dr. Sommers was called. The Richard and Afred Zielskes were at the Raymond Wilcox home in Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hashara and Beverly and Alec Munyer went to Minneapolis Thursday. The V. A. Barretts took their son. Virgil to Dr. Sommers Saturday. He has a severe cold and a slight throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. H. M Dyer were at Algona Thursday The ladies called on Mrs. H. M Granner at the General hospital. 4 Land Sales In County Last Week Edward Capesius of Algona sole a Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. quarter to Leonard Thilges for $100.00 per acre all cash. Arthur Illg purchased from the Federal Land Bank 200 acres a $110.00 per acre, usual terms, The Alice B. Wolcott quarter, un improved, near Burt, Iowa, bough by B. J. Wykle at $8300.00 as an investment. Grace Notestine bought an unimproved 40 adjoining her farm near Livermore at $30.00 per acre. Our Candle Glows Typifying all that is cheerful, our Yule light gleams with pleasant wishes for your pood times arid happiness at Christmas . . . sincerely. Realty's Inn HIDES and FUR Thp Trapping Bomon Is now open. Get your share of the Fur Bearing Anlmnl*. We arc paying Attractive Prices for HIDES, Cattle and Horse Hides. Muskrats, Mink, Raccoon, Red and Silver Foxes, Skunk and Badger Flrane Bring Your Hid** and Fur to the East Room of our New Building. Joe Greenberg ; !i The Season's BEST to You In this season of seasons, when joy prevails throughout, may we add our best wishes to the many others for a Merry Christmas. LAIRD LOUGH W. G. McCullough, Director Santa Says- Merry Christmas To All And so do \ve. May the joyous Christmas time gladden your hearts with Peace, Happiness and t A -4- Coiitfi.'tmeiit. And may friend- "h^f* JL* ships true make your lives worth ^Bk During our years in business we have come to treasure friendships as our greatest asset and we strive to cherish them throughout the years. Richardson Furniture Company

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