The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 14,1937 John P. Christensen, 60, Services, Burial Sunday At Lone His Father Wag Great Lake Sailor, Browned On Duty Lone Rock: John P. Christenson, «0, passed away at Cherokee last week Wednesday. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at th* local church, the Rev. Thomas Ahrends in charge. Burial was made In the Lone Rock cemetery. John P. Christenson was born in Chicago, Sept «, 1876. He had been a patient at the hospital at Cherokee since 1918. His father was drowned as a sailor In Lake Michigan, leaving his wife and two sons, John and Will. John, at this time, "was six months of age. He was reared by his aunt and uncle in this community and lived here until he was admitted to the hospital. He. resided on and owned the farm now occupied by the Andrew Thomsens. Upon confession of faith he united with the Methodist church at the age of 16 years. One brothers, W. J., lives at Cleveland, Ohio. P. M. Christenson, Will Christenson, George Pettit and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Rlngsted, are cousins of Mr. Christenson. Pallbearers were friends and classmates: Henry Lindsay, Wai- termer Lagg, Axel Peterson, all of Fenton, Charles Blerle, Ello Rahn and Jay Godden. At Sister's Funeral 'Mr. and Mrs, A. D. Newbrough returned Sunday from Gibbson, Nebraska, where they attended the "bit «i atwt "mi. vnftu "The telephone made it poaslbleforoux daughter to get employment... they called, hex because 'The telephone is the quickest and easiest way to got in touch with friends when we want to arrange a party or some other social affair." :\v 'The telephone is a great convenience in ordering food and other necessities ... it saves so many trips I have more time for myself and my family." e Telephone service is constantly becoming a better bargain. Year after year, this Company, with the aid ot the other parts of the Bell .System in research, engineering, and manufacturing, is able to provide telephone users with more aad belter service for their money. funeral of Mrs. Newbrough's sister, Mrs. Elmer Thompson. Ray Reynolds, Tacoma, Washington, returned with them for a visit G. A. Sharp and ton, Delbert, of Dayton, were visitors in town Monday. Gladys Bierstedt spent the week end at the parental E. C. Blerstedts In Burt Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent Sunday at the Geo. Petttta. The I. W. Nelsons were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, Beryl Sanders returned to Renwick Sunday where she is visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson spent Sunday at the Martin Meyers, Algona. Mrs.. Merwin Marlow and son, Merrill Faye, spent Sunday at the Hugh Marlows. Gerald Wiener left last week Wednesday for Shelby, where he is visiting friends. Robert Leason, Algona, father of Mrs. C. M. Gross, passed away at his home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner, Ledyard, spent the week end at the Clarence Ackersons. The Eugene Pearsons were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pearson, Algona. The Calvin and Glenn Householder families were Sunday guests of the C. E. Householders. Oscar Warner spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. The William Jaskulkes, Bancroft, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Walter Faulstichs. Beulah Gladstone, instructor at Swea City, spent Sunday afternoon at the parental S. M. Gladstone home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard and son, Eugene, Irvlngton, spent Monday at the A. D.' Newbrough home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peters and daughter, Velda, were Sunday guests at the C. W. Peters home, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder were Sunday guests of Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Elmore. Lola Marlow and Kathryn Ste- brltz were last week Tuesday evening supper guests at the Lemual Marlows, Burt The Walter Thompsons and Lucille Nelson spent Sunday afternoon with the Henry Kueck family, Good Hope. June Adel Hanna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hanna, who attends school here, stayed last week with Elma Krueger. Mrs. H. A. Wiener and Mrs. Henry Schroeder attended the meeting of the Burt Lutheran Aid last week Wednesday afternoon. Theo. Krueger, ion Harold, his daughter, Elma, and Oust Kraft were Sunday dinner guosts of the dArenoa TlKiiflalil* ¥V"»~- ' TSl^igHSasgfeq&y""^*^ 'ffmiMlW«<i>*. Good Food Quick Service at DOERR'S State's Cafe Open Day and Night -—MEN NEEDED to train for ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING Let us help you get a good-paying job as we have helped hundreds of others. Openings right now for thousands of trained men in world's fastest growing industries. Prepare for your opportunity by spare time, low cost, easy-pay plan. Actual shop practice also included. Learn by system successful In helping men qualify for jobs for the last ten years. Fair education and mechanical Inclination necessary to qualify for training. Write, giving age, present occupation. Utilities Engineering Institute 404 N. Wells St Chicago, HI. Guaranteed Treatment for Tender Stomach Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets bring quick relief from a sore stomach, pains between meals due to acidity, indigestion and heartburn. If not your money is refunded.—E. W. Lusby, Druggist HIDES and FUR The, Trapping 8e«*on I* now open. Get your share of the Fur Bearing AH""ii« We are paying Attractive Price* for HIDES, Cattle and HOIM Hide*. Miukrats, Mink, Raccoon, Red and Silver Foxes, Skunk and Badger PlesjM Brine your HM*« and Fur to tfae KM* Boom of our New Building. Joe Greenberg Whittemore Man Is Really Paid-up Adam Luchslnger of Whittemore dropped Into the Upper DM Moinw office, Tuesday, and renewed his subscription to February 1, 1989. When a subscriber renews with ns for TWO years In advance, we feel that makes new* —and mighty good news, too, Mr. liUchslnger. Bat we hope you don't wait nntll Feb. 1, 1989, to pay ns another visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt and son, Delmar and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Schmidts. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ringsted, spent Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christensons. Mrs. Jensen is a sister of Mr. Christenson. Mrs. Henry Kueck attended a shower for her .daughter, Mrs. Bernard Jensen, at the Fred Jensen home, Seneca, last Thursday afternoon. Esther Godden, Seneca, spent the. week end at the Charles Morris home, going to Fairmont Monday, and returning to the Morris home for the remainder of the week. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard spent part of last week caring for her daughter, Mrs. Albert Thompson, at Bancroft. Mrs. Thompson and daughter, Donna Jean, accompanied Mrs. Blanchard home Sunday where they will remain for a time. Mrs. Frank Householder, son Kenneth and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and son, Donald, spent Saturday evening at Rlngsted. Mrs. Householder, sons James and Kenneth, and Mrs. Bierstedt visited last Thursday afternoon at the C. E. Slgsbee home, Burt. 125 AT SHOWER OFSTJOEGIRL Pre-Nuptial Affair On Sunday Honored Agnes Leveck St Joe: A miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower was given Sunday afternoon In St Joseph's hall for Agnes Leveck. She was the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts. The afternoon was spent at cards. Five hundred was played at 15 tables with Agnes Klrsch receiving high prize. Bridge was played at four tables with Mrs. Ernst Gales receiving high prize. Irene Miller of Whlttemore received the door price. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses to 128 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, Jan. 9th. This is the first child for the O'Briens. WeyderU Are Parents Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Weydert are the parents of a baby girl born Monday, Jan. 4th. The infant was baptized Theresa Agnes at Sacred Heart church at Livermore Sunday. Sponsors were Agnes Leveck and Nicholas Weydert. The Weyderts have one other child, a girl. Stork Pays Visit Announcement cards of the birth of a baby girl Jan. 1st to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein of Watkins, Minn, were received here recently. Mrs. Klein will be better remembered as Mary Hilbert, daughter of Mr. End Mrs. Frank Htlbert. Nick Thllges purchased a Chevrolet last Saturday. John Thill and son were Tuesday evening visitors at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. Mrs. Lucy Wagner spent several days the past week at the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. There was no school Friday in St Joseph's parochial school due to the bad roads and severe cold. iJohn and Paul Erpelding and Rosalia Frideres returned home on Friday from a visit with relatives. Mrs. Herlev Nellsen from near Ottosen la spending some time at the William Hammer home. Mrs. Nellsen is a sister of Mrs. Hammer. Henry Loerwald and children, Peggy Gales and Agatha and Edward Thilges returned Tuesday evening from a two weeks' trip to Texas. 'Irwin Bormann and /Wilfred spent a week with the Mathew O'Connor family at Parsons, Kansas. Mrs. O'Connor is an aunt of the boys. Helen Krueger from St. Benedict spent Saturday and Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet. Sr. Helen is staying with the Frank Zeimets. Isabel and Rosalia Krueger from Rochester, Minn., arrived here Friday for a week's visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet, Sr., and other relatives. Attend Funeral of Whittemore Kin, Sun. at Pomeroy Whittemore: A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Reinhard Voaa at Pomeroy, Iowa, Sunday. Among those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell, Mrs. Will Roeber and Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer, all of this place; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade, August Gade, Ernest Gade, Will Bell, all of West Bend. The deceased was a sister-in-law of Mr«. August Qade. Snow Clearing Work The business men of Whittemore had a number of truck* and a large crew of men clearing enow Sunday afternoon and Monday away from the curb after the snowplow had pushed it to the •ides. George a Klbert tad WU1 Fan- del were In Fort Dodge last Thursday on business. Frances Duffy of Algona spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding of St Joe spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Nick Mergen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona were callers In Whittemore Friday. August Diedrich of Owatonna, Minn., is visiting at the home of William Diedrich and his brother, Adolph, west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wetzel at Lotts Creek. Mrs. Peter Foxsen and Mrs. Dee Ostwald spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Foxsen's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmldt in Wesley. Mrs. Will Koehnecke of Hartley arrived here last Thursday to spend a week with relatives. Mr. Koehnecke is section foreman at Inwood, for the Milwaukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent Sunday afternoon at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Art Heldenwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer, daughter, Selma and son, .Alvin, accompanied by Fred Strucker were at Garner Tuesday to celebrate the birthdays of their gandsons, Edward and James Meyer, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer |of Garner. Both birthdays were the same day, Edward being five and James eight years old. Many 111 With Flu, Armstrong Armstrong: A great number of people are ill w!tte£he flu in this community. The rmlowlng people are ill: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Guerdet and sons, Francis and Steven, Mrs. Thomas Johnson, Jr., Marilyn Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and Merguerite Floyd. Cradle Roll Grows Four new babies have been added to the cradle roll in the past few weeks. They are: a baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen, Dec. 24th; a baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. George Balmer on Dec. 30th; a baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Dundas on Jan. 2, and a baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt on Dec. 31st. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horsma left Friday for California, where they will remain until spring. Mrs. W. T. Wilson of Phillipsburg, Kansas, is visiting at the home of her brother, P. A. Oaarde. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmlter and son, Henry and daughter, Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt and sons, Jo«, Kmmett and^gubjtrt Lester Ferguson home. DOAN NEWS eBa»a»»BM^ryijq>^^ There has been a lot of sickness here the past three weeks due to flu and colds but we are glad to report all are on the gain at this time. The A. J. Martlneks, Wm. J. Martinek and Mrs. Ruth Sparks spent last week Monday with Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek at Mason City. Mrs. Martinek, who has been 111 has been in Mason City four weeks. Due to the holidays Aid meeting was held last week at the home of Mrs. Sade Struthers In place of the week before. Mrs. Ellen Bo- lenus assisted. This week Thursday Mrs. Zelma Larson will be hostess to the Aid with Mrs. Olga Hott assisting. Mrs. Bryan Asa received a card Saturday from her father, L. E. Krantz, who at that time was sightseeing at the Cavern at Curls- bad, New Mexico. The dining room where they ate dinner was over 700 feet below the surface of the ground. There were 280 in the group that entered at 10:00 and they expected to be out about 2:30 p. m. This is considered the largest cavern in the world. SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase of Fenton spent Sunday at the S. L. Denton home. Tom St. John returned home on Tuesday afternoon from Savannah, Missouri, where he had a cancer removed from his lip. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classen entertained a number of friends and relatives at a card party at their home Saturday evening. Ralph Drinnan accompanied Mrs. Ijiwrence Diedrich and son of Pel- doi, 111., to Harvey, 111., where he will visit relatives for several weeks. Verle Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Seneca, and Fern Hansen of Haifa, were married in Haifa Wednesday. The young couple will make their home at tho Walter Smith home for a time. F. W. Bassett took his daughter, Joyce, to Storm Lake Sunday, where she is attending school. Andrew Berg and daughter, Geneva, accompanied Mr. Bassett to Storm Lake. Geneva Berg remained in Storm Lake where she is also attending school. P. T. A. At Ottosen Sees Bode Play Ottosen: P. T. A. was held in the Ottosen high school auditorium on Wednesday evening. The following program was given; (election by trio composed of Eileen Schneider, Charlotte and Delorea Kinaetb; play by the Bode women; mandolin solo by Merrill Moore. The program by Lloyd Hanson and guitar solo committee for the next meeUcg consists ot Oliver K«nf«th. Roy Morgan and Kenneth St*v«n»on. Refreshment committee consists of Mrs. E. Hoflus, Mrs. Harold Ja- cobsoia and Mrs. Ted Underberg. After the business meeting a delicious lunch WM served. GILBERTS, HAUGES GUESTS1N CHURCH Fonner Thompson Sisters, Husbands Feted at Dinner Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Myron •ilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Avel FTauge were guests at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday following the morning services. A dinner was held at noon with the congregation attending and the guests of honor received many lovely and useful gifts for their home. Mrs. Ilbert and Mrs. Hauge are sisters, setter known as Llla and Alice Thompson, daughters of the Mar- .In Thompsons. Celebrate Seven Birthdays in Doan Family Gathering Doan: The Mrs. Alice Bufflngton lome was the scene of a happy occasion Saturday when friends and relatives with their families to the number of seven birthdays came to partake of a big birthday dinner, all their birthdays falling the first wo weeks In January. This Is an annual affair, different ones enter- aining each year. The hostess and ion, Bradford, were among those mving birthdays. Only 8 at Meeting The Doan Woman's club meeting, which was held last week Wednesday with Mrs. Agatha Hansen, had only 8 members present. Panbearprs at Funeral H. C. Lmdsoy, Axel Peterson, and W. E. Eaage were pallbearers on Sunday for John Christenson, whose funeral was held at Lone Mr. Christenson, 50, died at Cherokee state hospital, where he lad been a patient for twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte and family spent Sunday with Mrs. George Gremmels. Mrs. Anna Osborn spent several days last week at the Martin Thompson home near Seneca. Mrs, Jim Acker-man and son of Lone Rock visited at the A. R. Wlllrett home Wednesday after- Don. Rev. Becker of the Fort Dodge Lutheran orphanage preached at the Fairville Lutheran church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Clarence Wegener home. Verda, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke was very ill last week with Indigestion. She Is Improving. Grace Gibbons visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mell Davidson and other friends in Algdna over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dehnert and family of LuVerne and Mrs. R. L. Padgett and sons were Sunday evening supper guests at the F. H. Bohn home. Mrs. R. C. Goetgch entertained the Hook and Needle circle on Wednesday at her home. Guests were Mrs. R. L. Padgett, Mrs. H. C. Llndsey and Mrs. Anna Osborn. W. H. Nannie of Clear Lake Is in Fenton this week Installing a filter in the town well. Mrs. Nannie Is spending the week In Fenton with her husband and they are rooming at the F. H. Bohn home. Dennis, small son of the Ralph Stolls, was ill last week and under he care of Dr. Hamstreet, Titonka. Mrs. Archie Struthers, nee Carol Andrews, who teaches at Sulphur Springs, Iowa, spent Sunday with •arious relatives here. Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Catherine Wolf were all victims of the flu since Jast week Thursday. Grandma Eyth Is reported improving. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek and m. J. Martinek drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Mrs. Wm. J. VTartinek who is unable to come lome for a while yet. Fredrica and Adolf Girres drove to Mason City Sunday afternoon to rislt their sister and family, Mrs. Henry Brandt and Henry who recently had an operation at the Park hospital. They also called on Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek. Marjorie Bailey and Veneta Volgt student UUTSMJn one ot the.ho*; Jor a three weeks' vaca tton with their parents, Frank Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. C. Volgt, respectively. Elmer Krause, who is employed at the Fred KIuss farm, went to Corwith Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Krause. Mrs. Gcr- hardt Krause, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident, Is at home and improving, Phyllis Gibbons, daughter of Mrs. Grace Gibbons, who has been attending school at Dodge Center, Minn., and staying with her grandmother, returned home last week, and is now attending the Fenton school. Mrs. Mary Gibbons of Dodge Center is ill nnd will enter the Mayo hospital. The Will Weiabrods, Donald Weisbrods, Walter Wcisbrods, Fred Bohns, are all ill with the flu since last week. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz tins been suffering with the flu since November and is still confined to her home. There are many others ill with the flu around Fen:on and all seem to complain of a bad cough with it. Helup! Helup! Ain't It Awful? Exchange: "Husbands are of three varieties—prizes, surprises and consolation prizes. Making a husband out of a man Is one of the highest plastic arts known to civilization. It requires science, sculpture, common sense, faith, hope and charity—especially charity. If you flatter a man it frightens him to death. If you permit him to make love to you, he gets tired of you in the end; if you don't, he gets tired of you in the beginning. If you believe all he tells you, he thinks you're a fool; if you don't, he thinks you're a cynic. If you join him in gayeties and approve of his smoking, he says you ore driving him crazy; and if you don't approve of Ins smoking and urge him to give up is gayeties, he says you are driving him to the devil. If you ura the clinging vine type, he doubts whether you have a brain; if you ore the modern, advanced, and independent type, he doubts whether you have a heart. If you are silly, lie iongs for an intelligent companion; if you are brilliant and intu'l- ectual, he longs for a playmate. If you are popular with other men, he is jealous; if you are not, he's sorry he married a wall flower. Such is man." DANCE Lawrence Welk & Hi< £••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*••• " Mrs. Laura Francis spent Sunday at the A. L. Greenfield home. The Sexton Aid will meet Thursday afternoon of this week with Mrs. Harvey Steven. There were no services at the church here Sunday, because of cold weather and snow. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and children spent Sunday at Goodell with Mr. Thompson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge entertained five couples at a card party Saturday evening. Following cards lunch was served. Little Larry Johnson was seriously ill with the flu the past week, but is some better now and Mrs. Harvey Steven was on the sick list Sunday. Superior Block Coal ^ It's High in Heat <$ It's Low in Ash * It's Quick to Start 4* It's a Pleasing Coal to Use * Its Price Is Not High Prompt and Careful Delivery Made Call 229 F. S. Norton & Son ••••••••••••i V. F. W. SLUM FEED Army Style Come and Dine for a Dime V. P. W. Hall Tuesday, Jan. 19th 6:30 p. m. Long's Food Shop You will like our service. You will like our quality mils<\ You will like our low price*. You will like our Red Coupons. Now You Can Buy 2 cans of GRAPEFRUIT for 25c 12 fresh GRAPEFRUIT for S9c 2 pound package of extra fancy RAISINS for IBc NOODLES, 5c package BIG 4 SOAP, 10 bars for 29o P. & G. SOAP, Jumbo bar 6 for 25c ORANGES, per doz. 15-24-29-39-44o EGGS WANTED Basketball .ALGONA vs. Swea City Tuesday, Jan. 19 Double header with second nnd first teams playing • Beginning at 7:30 p. m. Admission 20c and 25c Swoa City and Algona have been rivals for years. Don't full to attend this game. Eagle Grove here Friday, January 22. 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