The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 28,1937 Dennis Pratt spent Wednesday In Hampton on a business trip. fchetma Van Dorstan left Tfmrs- day tot Mason City to visit her mother. H. B, White spent Wednesday In Df* Moines on business and will *etura today. Bin Dailey of Des Moines spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Edythe* Dailey. Mrs. Henry Becker Is confined to her bed with a severe attack •of the influenza. Dr. George Etvlftge will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman, Sunday. Russell Maxwell attended a Chrysler district meeting at Port Dodge, Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Bfustrom, who has been seriously ill with the flu, has now completely recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bflbert spent Sunday at Charles CltylhsUljbg the latter's sister, Mrs. K. F. Ball. Mrs. G. C. McKee of Mason City arrived Monday evening to spend a week with her daughter, Ruth McKee. D. L. McDonald went to Mankato, Wednesday afternoon on business and will remain until Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh spent Sunday and Mbnday In Minneapolis on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. v and Mrs.-T. H. Ktrsch and l.ula Kohl were In Des Moines Wednesday on a business and pleasure trip. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and little daughter, Joan, are now residing in their new home on North Phillips street. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby spent Monday in Coon Rapids and brought back an all electric wall paper trimmer. «Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas left today {Thursday) to spend the week end with her husband, Phil Kohlhaas, state representative In Des Moines. Alf Krcsensky and Irma Dee Roupe spent Monday ond Tuesday In Minneapolis on a buying trip for the Kresenaky store. Dena Kohlhaas of Sherman township, arrived Tuesday to spend a few days visiting at the home of her brother, Phillip Kohlhaas. Sunday dinner gnesta of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little were Mrs. Little's mother, Mrs. J. M. Oleson, and T. C. Mikelson and children of Humboldt Mrs. Frank Bonder of New Jersey arrived Sunday evening for a visit with her sister, Ousta Patterson, and her mother, Mrs. Eva •Germann of St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., spent the week end at Des Moines. While there they attended the WHO barn dance at the Shrine Auditorium. Satisfactory Service in Algona since 1922 Ed Genrich at Bjustrom's Mrs. R. H. Miller has been in Hie past two weeks with the flu. Mrs. Loafs Nelson of Fowler, Colorado, left Monday evening for Des Moines, where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. A. D. Ives* She had been visiting an aunt, Mrs. W. E, Laird for the past week. Dr. W. D. Andrews drove to Des Moines Monday morning and is giving state board examinations for Iowa osteopaths. Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. John Haggard drove to Des Moines Wednesday, and they will all return Friday. Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer of St, Paul arrived Monday evening for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Pletch, and to make the acquaintance of her new granddaughter, Linda Falkenhainer, born on Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. H. E FalkenhalneY. J. C. Galloway of Ames will spend Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen. He is connected with the extension department at Ames, and will take part In an AAA meeting. Mr. Gal- Iowa and Mrs. Christensen are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson returned-- to their home Friday evening from Blue Earth, Minnesota. They had been called there due to the death of an uncle, James Wilson, whose funeral was held on that day. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson stayed until Friday looking after business matters. I* E. Llnnnn returned Monday from Marysville, Kansas, where he and Mrs. Llnnan had been called on Thursday by the sudden death of Mrs. Linnan's sister, Mrs. Anna Bussman. Mrs. Linnan remained In Marysville for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wassenberg. Prof. H. F. C. Mueller, superintendent of the Lutheran parish schools of Iowa, of Fort Dodge, visited the local Trinity Lutheran school, Wednesday forenoon. He was very much pleased with the fine condition of the school. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner have charge of the school. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell returned last Thursday from a trip Into California and Mexico. They drove by the southern route Into Mexico, visited Mr. and Mrs. Nico'i Halsey, aunt and uncle of Mr. Maxwell at Los Angeles, and Mrs. Otis Paddock, the former Gladys Trlbon at Glendale, Arizona. Bernard Yoeman will drive to Fort Dodge Sunday to bring home his wife, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hudson, since last week Friday. Bernard spent last Sunday at Fort Dodge and while his car was parked down town his trumpet was stolen. Bernard plays the trumpet with the Rhythm Club. Col Fred Mlehe and his daughter, Mrs. Aletha Ecklund of Swea City, were pleasant callers at the Upper Des Moines office last Saturday. Col Miehe is one of the prominent old timers of Harrison township. In the course of conversation he Informed us that the Tat* D., Av HaKtmrd cried a sal* tor him just 07 years ago this month. Mrs. Ecklund is the Swea City cor- respodent for the -Upper Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falken- hainer are parents of a fine six pound daughter born Tuesday, Jan. 26, at the Kossuth hospital. The baby Is their first child and has been named Linda Helen. Mrs. Falkenhainer was Jeannette Goeders before her marriage. Man Tailored Suits from Kresensky's Other* From $8 to $16.75 Newly Weds Are Making A Visit With Burt Folk Hurt: Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Patterson arrived Monday for A visit with Wendell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Patterson were married Sunday at Detroit, Michigan, ,and came here on their wedding trip. Mrs. Patterson was formerly Esther Clark, a trained nurse of Detroit. Gardner Patterson acted as best man at the wedding. Wendell is a graduate of the local high school and of Iowa State College at Ames. He has a position as foreman of the string department of the firm of Wilson & Co., Chicago, where the young coupla will make their home. New Arrival L. J. Fairbanks received a message Saturday announcing the birth of a nine pound daughter. His wife has been visiting her mother at San Antnlo, Texas, where the baby was born. Back From Florida Jennie Thompson returned Sunday from a five or six weeks' trip to Florida and other southern points. She made the trip with her niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clement, Ames, who brought her home Sunday. Edward Peoples, Ames, spent the week end. at the Carl Bahling home. John Dutton," Omaha, spent the week end with hir cousin, Dr. R. H. Thompson. Dean Meier broke his arm while wrestling at the school house Friday evening. The Dr. J. G. Clapsaddles were Sunday dinner guests at the W. J. Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at the J. G. Sewick home. J. T. Heaney attended the county bankers' meeting at the Algona hotel Friday evening. Walter Hanna, Charles City, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Maude Hanna. Clayton Schrader returned recently from Milwaukee, Wis., where he had been working for some time. Mrs. John Falk, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falk and daughter, Helen, Titonka, visited Sunday at the R. A. Bieich home. The Art Fandels attended the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. Fandei's brother, William, and his wife at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thles, Bancroft, and the W. J. Lockwoods were Sunday supper guests at the L. E. Roetman home. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, Buffalo Center, have been spending several weeks at the home of their daughter, Mrs. James Knoll. Mrs. Velma McBride and children, Sarah Bchroeder and Kenneth Cook visited at the R. A. Bartlett .. Dean Clapsaddie, student at Iowa City, la expected home Wednesday for a short vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Clapsad die. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith returned on Sunday from Corwlth, where she had visited since Tuesday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Philip Puffer. Grant junior high and high school basketball teams played Burt here Friday evening. Burt won the junior high game by a 8 to 13 score, but lost the other game. Mrs. A. L. Rasmu&sen has been spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, while her husband has been in an Algona hospital following an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. George Kuchen- reuther and Mr. and Mrs. John Rlppentrop, Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler visited at the John Kychenreuther home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and their guest, Frances Reed, Algona, and Mrs. Bertha Wallace were entertained at dinner Sunday at the G. P. Hawcott home, the affair being a celebration of Mr. Hawcott 's birthday. The Woman's Home Missionary society met Saturday afternoon at Mrs. C. B. Chipmans. The society voted to have Rev. W. G. Muhleman show the pictures he recently took of hia trip into Mexico here at some early date, probably in March. The George Grays were called to Buffalo Center Saturday by news that their daughter, Mrs. Edgar Inlay, Lakota, had been taken to the Buffalo Center hospital with an attack of appendicitis. However, she got over the attack and an operation was not deemed necessary. Mrs. Geo. Boevers Of Union Now Up Union: Mrs. George Boevers is able to be up a little, having been confined to her bed with the tiu, the post two weeks. Mr. Boevers has also been having considerable trouble with the flu. Lorena Meyers of Lotts Creek has been doing the housework. Zero In N. Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey arrived at their destination, Clayton, New Mexico, last Wednesday evening, although they encountered icy roads. The temperature there was down to zero, which is quite unusual. The small grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould has been christened Donald Junior. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook, Algona. , Mi-, aad Mrs. Robert Ward visited Mr. Word's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ward, at Winterset over the week end. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Albert Gould and son, Ronald, were guests at the Joe Arndorfer home Sunday for dinner. It was Mrs. Gould's brother, Sylvester's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt and son, Harry and Mrs. Bert Spetb (Minnie Alt) left Sunday (or GriOlay, HI They w«r« expected back the fflWdla of the week, They attended a funeral <tf a nitty*. • HELEN STATTLEMANOFST.JOE BECAME BRIDE, TUESDAY MORNING Weds Peter Nellis of Whittemore; Dance at West Bend St. Joe: In a pretty wedding ceremony Tuesday morning, Jan. 26th, at 8:30 in St Joseph's church, Helen Stattleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattleman, became the bride of Peter Nellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nellis of Whittemore. Rev. Father George Theobald performed the ceremony and read the nuptial high mass. The bride was attired in a white satin ankle length gown, long cap- shaped veil and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. She was attended by her sister, Anita, who wore a yellow ankle length gown with white accessories and carried a bouquet of white carnations and yellow daffodils. The groom was attended by his brother, Paul. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents to close relatives. In the evening a wedding dance was given in the Legion Hall at West Bend. The bride is well kno'wn here, having spent her entire life in this vicinity. She attended St. Joseph's school. The groom is a graduate of Presentation Academy at Whittemore. The young couple will live on a farm northeast of Whittemore. St Joe Card Party The card party in St. Joseph's hall was well attended Sunday evening. Louise Berger and Cieve Stewart were awarded high prize in five hundred. Mable Ryan from Rolfe and Nick Bormann were awarded bridge prizes. Albert Weber received door prize. A del- icous lunch was served by Mrs. George Thul and her circle to 170 guests. John Bormann is driving a new Dodge car purchased last week. Laura Friders from West Bend is assisting at the Andrew Erpelding home with the house work. Felix Wilmes of Armstrong spent from Wednesday till Friday at the George Thul home. Mr. Wilmes is a brother of Mrs. Thul. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien was baptized Sharon Kay recently. Sponsors were Mrs. Katherine O'Brien and H. M. Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Friders, Mr. and Mrs. Orviile Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Nich- olas Wagnet* Adolph Fuhrmann, Alfred Miller, Alvin Klein, Leo and Math Friders were visitors Thursday evening at the Louis Fuhrmann home east of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Math Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges and the Adolph Fuhr- manns attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs. Fuhrman, at Sacred Heart church in Llvermore. Mrs. Fuhrmann was the mother of Sylvester Fuhrmann. St. Benedict Grain Co. Pays 12 Percent St Benedict: The annual Farmers' Grain Co. meeting was held Monday and a 12 per cent dividend was paid to the stockholders. E. F. Immerfall is the manager. Card Party Held The card party given at the hall last week Tuesday evening was largely attended. High score winners in bridge were Thomas McMahon and Mrs. Peffer of Wesley in five hundred, Charles Nelson and Valerian Stuffllck In bridge. Door prize was received by Henry Kutchara. A delicious lunch was served later, followed by dancing. Ottosen Parties, Meetings Held Ottosen: The O. P. C. met at the home 'of Mrs. Edgar Jacobson, Thursday afternoon. Twenty members answered roll call with Safety First. The lesson, "Iowa Laws Relating to Women and Children", was given by Mrs. Harold Jacobson. Special music was given by Mrs. H. Knudson and surprise by the hostess was a dance by Mrs. Jack Crane. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Hoflus and daughters visited at Lone Rock on Sunday. Edgar Jacobson and Peter Holt left Monday for Des Moines to attend the grain dealers' convention. The W. W. T. 500 club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jacobson Saturday evening. A del- cious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Watnem visited at the Lawrence Hanson home n Whittemore Saturday. The Jolly Twelve 500 club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson Saturday evening. The evening was spent in'playing 600 and delicious refreshments were served. A group of neighbors and friends surprised Mrs. Morgan Hagen at \er home Friday evening. The occasion was her birthday. The eve- ning was spent in playing games and a delicious lunch was served nt a late hour. DOAN NEWS Mrs. Petra Larson spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Franz Teeter, west of Algona. A group of friends and relatives helped,Dale Struthers celebrate hla birthdtty.laat_w?*k TKptftlay evening. . Clare Wolf arrived home last Saturday evening for a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf. He is studying for the priesthood in St. Paul. Wm. J. Martinek drove to Mason City Sunday and brought Mrs. Martinek home, but she will return to Mason City Tuesday for further treatment. Harriet Simons spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Lorraine Huschka spent Saturday afternoon and evening with the Roman Rlcke family west of town. Mrs. Marcella Erdman and family moved their household goods to Algona, Friday where she will make her future home. Mrs. John Grangenett spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Welner at Rockford, Iowa. She returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer and family spent Sunday afternoon at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Mrs. Eva German, who has been seriously ill, is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser of Algona spent Sunday afternoon with her. Mrs, Fraser is a daughter of Mrs. German. Mrs. Harold Henninger of Waterloo spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Mary Fasbender, returning to her home Sunday. Mrs. Henninger accompanied her mother here from Stacyville, Wednesday, where they had attended the funeral of Grandpa Fasbender. Fashion strikes \jp the hand in Swingtiint 1 colors for Spring. Rythm Red, Swing Blue. Ko- inance Purple. Gaiety Rose and P\)lly Green are irresistibly gay. Charming styles in ]>ure dye silk crepe. Deep toned solid shades and prints. 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