The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 4,1937 \ociETY (I/ores Tea was served to ISO ladles in the parlors at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:80. The parlors were decorated with artificial peach blossoms, lamps and rugs. Mrs. Chester Long and Mrs. C. I* Bryant poured. A program was given, consisting of an instrumental solo by Mrs. Roberts, a talk on the customs of the African negro by Mrs. H. M. Olson, selections by a quartet of high School boys, a violin quartet of high school pupils, reading by Mrs. Bryan, and a vocal duet by Mrs. Vaughn Rising, and Mrs. Kermit Forbes. O. E. 8. School of Instruction— The Order of Eastern Star held a school of instruction Tuesday at the Masonic Temple with Mrs. Mrs. Laura Lenz, instructor for district No. 3 in charge. Out of town visitors who were In attendance were as follows: Lucy Ostrich, Mildred Frank, Nell Mc- Cottnick, Anna Havlland. Laura Shellenberger of Humboldt; Mrs. John Hammlll, Mabel Koons and May Thles of Britt; Anna Vinaas, Hurt. Mrs. W. G. McCullough is the worthy matron this year. Lutheran Meeting— The annual business meeting of the voting members of the Trinity Lutheran church was held Sunday afternoon. The election of officers resulted in the following: chairman, H. Wegener; elders, Wm. Dau, and R. Llesener; secretary, Fred Jacob; treasurer, Ed Hackbarth; trustee, A. Gade; finance committee, G. Gronbach, and H. Scheppman; and auditing committee, R. Bell and William Otto. H. J. Hardy, H. Ewoldt and G. Wittkopf were received as voting members of the congregation. Junior Legion Auxiliary— The Junior Legion Auxiliary will meet Saturday afternoon with Meredith Larson. Maxine Dailey will be the assisting hostess. All members who have not paid dues are requested to do so. There will be a good program and lunch. We Are Introducing Mystic Doughnuts A Beal Potato Doughnut an< With a mysterious new flavor In fine glaze. This new feature Is already one of the best selling food special* ties ever made In Algona. Wilson Bakery Hotel Parties- Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. Milton Norton, Mrs. Raymond Norton, Mrs. Fred Kent, Mrs. E. Scheme! and Mrs. Antone Johnson will be hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon to 75 guests in the dining room of Hotel Algona Saturday afternoon. A dinner party will be held the same evening with the following hostesses: Mrs. Fred Kent, Mrs. Raymond Norton, Mrs. Milton Norton, Mrs. E. Scheme! and Mrs. W. P. French. There will be a dinner served to 75 guests, followed by bridge. Luncheon Hostesses— Mrs. J. O. Paxson entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Emily C. Dodge, and Mrs. Dana C. Dodge of Fallon, Nevada. The honorees are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith. An informal afternoon was enjoyed. Mrs. F. B. Shaffer, daughter of Mrs. J. O. Paxson was an out of town guest, from Mason City. Sliding Pnrty— ~"~ Twenty-five young people enjoyed n sleighing party at the Redemske home last Wednesday evening. Part of the evening was spent play- Ing flve hundred. Lunch was served by Mrs. Chas. Redemske, Glen- dorn Burbank. Louise Smith, Pattie Byfleld, Richard Lund. Irene Haincs, Lillinn Durant, Harold Banwart, and Leo Garman. Bridge Dinner— Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Mrs. M. G. Bourne nnd Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertained Wednesday evening at the Algona Hotel. A seven o'clock dinner was followed by bridge. Mrs. 11. D. Clapsaddle won the high score prize; Mrs. Ralph Miedke, second; Mrs. Ed Genrich, low; nnd Hazel Potter, lucky prize. Lutheran Brotherhood— Tuesday evening the First Lutheran Brotherhood will meet in the church parlors. The guest speaker will be Rev. Elmer Sahlgren of Spencer. Guests will be the Immanuel Lutheran Brotherhood of Bancroft. Hosts will be Alfred Panum, H. A. Norman and Edwin Hovey. Dorothy Sellstrom to Marry— Dorothy Evelyn Sellstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, of Algona, will become the bride of William Ernst Nagel, Friday, February 12, 1937. The wedding will take place at Annadale, Staten Island, New York, where the couple will reside after a brief honeymoon. PTA Program— The members of the P. T. A. met at the high school auditorium, on Wednesday evening. Rev. Geo. Vance led a discussion on "What to do with our Touth. out of School." High school students under direction of D. Wane Collins gay* a musical program. D. A. R. Meeting— The regular D. A. R. meeting will be Tuesday, February 9, at the Mathes tea room for a one o'clock luncheon. Hostesses are Mrs. J. H. Edge, Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. Louise Hyde, and Mrs. Ella Laird. Mrs. Raymond Norton will have charge of the program. Election of Officers— The young people of the Trinity Lutheran church held their annual election of officers Friday evening. The following officers were elected: president, Esther Lavrenz; vice president, Elfrieda Lehmann; secretary, Luella Bell, and treasurer, Madelyn Paetz. Birthday Clnb— Mrs. Burton Thorpe entertained the members of the Birthday club at her home Monday afternoon In honor of the birthday of Mrs. Roy Keene. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Mrs. W. G. McCullough received the first prize in bridge. Bob Party— Fifty members of the Epworth League of the Methodist church enjoyed a bob party, Tuesday eve- nnig. An oyster stew was served later nt the church. The members were chaperoned by Dave Phillips and Mr. Rydenour. Woman's Club— A pot luck one o'clock luncheon nnd white elephant sale will be held at the library by the members of the Algona Woman's club Friday afternoon. Mrs. L. J. Malueg will speak on The American Home and Its Charity." Birthday Party- Mrs. J. P. White Tuesday afternoon entertained a few friends at an afternoon party in honor of her little son, Terry's third birthday. A birthday cake and luncheon were on the program. Knitting Club— "" The eight members of the knitting club were entertained at the home of Mrs. A. Spongberg, Wednesday afternoon. The members spent the afternoon socially. Surprlso Dinner— Mrs. Lenore Peck .and granddaughter, Ann Stebrltz," entertained at n 7:00 o'clock surprise dinner honoring Mrs. Lillie Foth on her birthday. Whittemore News Pre-School The twelve members of the Pre- Schogl group met with Mrs. Paul Danson Tuesday afternoon. They listened to the radio program on pre-school children from Ames, and followed with a general discussion. Literary Club— " The Plum Literary club will meet with Ethel Johnson next week Wednesday, Instead of at the home of Doris Weber. THRILL TO LIVING SOUND "THE NEW" Western Electric MIKKOI'HOXIC SOUND SYSTEM Thurs.. Feb. 4 - TODAY MATINEE 2 P. M. MAJOR BOWES' ^Transcontinental Revue" 18 People on Our Stage Prices 10-31-41c Fri., Sat., Feb. 5-6 Sun., Mon., Feb. 7-8 A LOVE TRIANGLE THAT ROCKED A NATION! SCANDAL! SWINDLE! SENSATION! LEO CARRILLO IDA LUPINO Deluxe New* Star Reporter Hollywood Chimp HOSPITALITY MEETING AT GOOD HOPE TUESDAY To Organize For a Series of Community Discussions Good Hope: The first of what we hope may be a series of Neighborhood Hospitality meetings will be held at the Good Hope community room Tuesday evening, Feb. 9. The activities will include community singing, the presentation and open discussion of some topic of /interest, Informal] games and other items of entertainment. Light refreshments will be served. The topic for discussion at the first meeting 1 , Rural Electrification as sponsored by ^he United States government, will be presented by County Agent A. L. Brown. May we impress on our readers that this Is to be a neighborhood gathering, n get-together of neighbors, at which all will be made welcome regardless of what church they may attend or whether they attend any nt all. No collections—no charges for anything. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker were visiting at West Bend Sunday afternoon at the home of their brother-in-law, Will Wilson, who is critically ill with heart trouble. Pearl Miller accompanied by Marguerite Hejllck, Lois Stott and Irene Rompe, all of Garner, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Hetdenwlth visiting Mrs. Clarence Sebers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughter*, Arlene and Phyllis and Mr. and Mr*. Herman Meyer and song Alfred and ArafhtetV Oertrude. i 7*k^S*n»^Sfe*at the" tome of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heiden- wlth. Paul Urlch accompanied by Edward Grelnert, drove to Mason City Thursday and while there visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hlgley and got acquainted with the beer garden the Higleys operate at Mason City. Leonard Meyer, accompanied by his sister, Selma and Lillian Kuecker and Mrs. George Maahs drove to Ames Monday where they were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker to Des Moines to do some shopping. Mathilda Wagner, daughter of Mrs. Fred Wagner, will leave Saturday for Chicago, after spending a month with her mother and other relatives. Miss Wagner will be remembered as Tillie, star forward of the Whittemore basketball team for the past two years. Mrs. W. F. Dau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau and son, Duane, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergena and sons, Billle and Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and Beverly Ann gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker to celebrate Grandma Drew's 78th birthday Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell of Blue Earth, Minn., visited with relatives here Friday. They also visited at the home of Will Wilson at West Bend, who has been quite sick for a time. The Bells formerly owned a modern farm southeast of town and when they sold out here, they moved to Blue Earth to retire. Mrs. Mary Steinman went to AI- pona this week for several weeks stay. William Gustln, who works for W. I. Dodds, was called home to Titonka Tuesday by the critical Illness of his father. The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday with Mrs. Will Broderson. The hour was spent in the usual business and social activities. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood McArthur are the proud parents of a 6 pound boy. Reuben Leroy, born at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Friday. Arie Dittmer suffered a pair of badly frosted feet last week which are a source of a good deal of discomfort and a hindrance of his work. A card from the W. J. Bournes tells of their continued enjoyment in the Southland.—of a week spent at a popular place named Alice and of seeing the C. V. Hulses there, and of a trip into Mexico. Frank Spear, father of Mrs. Roy Sarchett, has made a good recovery from an attack of pneumonia from which disease and Its effects he has been suffering since about Christmas time. Friends of Good Hope church contributed $37.50 through their organization last week to local Red Cross for the relief of flood sufferers. A number of others gave their contributions as Individuals, direct. A new daughter, Mary Lee, born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson two weeks ago was previously unreported in these items. Mother and daughter are doing well. Mr. Johnson's mother from Wesley has been here the past four weeks. Doris Ehrhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ehrhardt, who wan la the hoapltal the fine of the year with pneumonia, though recovered from lh% dh«ase, i* suffering from some disturbing after-effects. Although Doris Is up and about the house she has a run of temperature each afternoon which It Is hoped may soon be corrected. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley and son, Kent, were guests at the W. I. Dodds home a week ago last Sunday. Mrs. Dodds and Kent remained until Friday for a visit at the parental home. They returned home via Hurt for a post-nuptial shower' for her cousin, Mrs. Ruth Kueck Jensen, at the community room of the Lutheran church. The guest of honor was ill with an attack of flu nnd was unable to attend, but was ably represented by her mother, Mrs. Henry Kueck. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll were dinner guests at Good Hope parsonage Sunday. The former were overnight guests Sunday, also, going on to Titonka Monday for a week's visit with the Will Schrams, following a month spent with the James Knolls in Good Hope. From Titonka they will return to their home at Buffalo Center. The Rev. Mitchell la a former Good Hope pastor and preached to appreciative audiences at Whittemore and Good Hope Sunday morning. Wesley: Eight members of the Legion Auxiliary attended a work meeting at the senior Mrs. Halvor Flom home Friday afternoon. The Mesdames Edith Ward and Edna Flom served lunch. The Auxiliary voted to turn over to the Red Cross a donation for flood relief. Lone Rock: The American Legion Auxiliary meets this week Friday afternoon with Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mrs. Bravender's Brother Succumbs Swea City: Mrs. R. A. Bravender attended the funeral last week Wednesday at Cambridge, Minn., of her brother, Robert Guest, age 51, who died at his home at Dearlock, Montana, where he had lived the past 20 years. Mr. Guest Is survived by his wife, seven sisters and two brothers. Accompanying Mrs. Bravender were Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Christensen of Rlngsted ana Mrs. Glen Vaughn of Elmore. Minn. The three ladies are sisters. Girl For Burgers Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burgv are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Thursday morning. The Burgers have one other child, a boy. FENTON NEWS Appendix Removed Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause received word Friday that their son, August, student at Ames, was to undergo an appendicitis operation. Mr. Krause went to Ames on the train that evening and on Sunday Mrs. Krause and son, Edmund, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede of Burt to Ames and Mr. Krause returned home with them that evening. August Is getting along nicely. Is Birthday Guest Mrs. F. W. Jentz entertained on Saturday evening In honor of Mr. Jentz's birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Flnnestad, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jent*, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theet- fleld. The evening was spent at flve hundred with high score prize going to George Jenti and low to Clarence Theesfleld. A two course luncheon was served. Baby Christened Baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman was christened Sunday by the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz. She was named Joan Marie. Raymond Laabs, brother of Mrs. Han* telm an and Mallnda Hantelman, sister of Mr. Hantelman, were the sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers spent Sunday with Alfred's cousin, Emory Meyers and family in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGovern and son, Mickey of Whittemore spent Sunday at the parental Walter Weisbrods. Will Donahoe, Jr., and William Donahoe, Sr, spent the week end with Mrs. Donahoe, Jr., and daughter, Maxine, In Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengcl nnd family were Sunday evening dinner guests at tho Frank Schattschneider home in Whittor.iore Bobble Hantelman tool: his sifters, Selina and Mail i j i to Waterloo from which point the girls left for their teaching positions at Clarksville and Allison. A group of relatives and friends met Friday evening at the Gregory Elbert home to give them a farewell party. The Elberts are moving to a farm near Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram. all of Fenton, and Theo. Krucger and daughter, Elma and son, Harold of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad entertained nt a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager and their fa-n- illes and Mrs. Henry Reimers and daughter, Mrs. Dorothea GerhnrdL Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained In honor of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer on Monday afternoon. Guests included Mrs. Art Krause, Mrs. Richard Hengel and Mrs. John Kohlwes. The occasion was Mrs. Dreyer's 60th birthday anniversary. At the close of the afternoon a delicious luncheon WM served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prlehe, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace at dinner Monday evening. A dinner party was also held at the Otto Borchardt home Friday evening. Attending were Mr. And Mm. Ed Schmltt, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Will- WRESTLING Algon*. High School v*. Pat on Monday, February 8,7:30 P. M. HIGH SCHOOL GYM One more home .meet this season. Clarion here Feb. 12 ADMISSION lOc-ZOc Protection For Your Valuables Safety Deposit Boxes in which to keep your documents, jewelry or other items of value, are available in our vaults, at reasonable rental. Security State Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation C. B. Murtagh, President Frank Kohlhaas, Act. Vice Pres. E. A Scheme!, Cashier 31lllllilllllll!l!l!lll!!i!ll!lil!IM Mother Hubbard -m your Mother I lubhard coupons, (good for 10c) on purchase of Mother Hubbard Products at our store. Try Our MeaU Long's Food Shop Phones 214-215 We Deliver Wesley Raises $369 Wesley: Mrs. L. '-.. Lease, local Red Cross chairman, reports $369.25 the total for flood relief received up to and including Monday. It la expected that mere contributions will be received. To those who have not yet contributed, and wish to do no, Mrs. Lease says all sums will be received and forwarded. Vincent Reelected Earl Vincent was reelected secretary of the Kossuth Fair at a directors' meeting, Tuesday afternoon, and H. J. Bode was reelected treasurer. The board decided to celebrate the Fourth of July again this year. J. M. Patterson was reelected president and Clark Scuffham, vice president. AAA Men to Des Moines Bob Loss, newly elected county soil conservation chairman, G. L>. Welhousen, Clarence Janvrin, W. J. Frimml, and O. L. Thoreson of the county committee, went to Des Moines, Tuesday, with a third batch of transmitlal sheets, and to procure information on the 1937 program. i Notice of Probate of Will &TATK OK iOWA. KOrisU.'TH COUNTY. UK. No, 41'Jti la Ijl->uict Court, January Ttrin, 1UJ7, To All Witom It Muy Concern: You uru In-ruby N'oiirled. Tl at an injali umt.nt of writing purporting to be tilt last Will and Testament of 1-JlUabeth Crcli. l)..<'ca.ied, duled Ki b. 10, 1U3U, having been tliltt day filed, opened and rend. Friday, tli» 2tilh Uuy of February. 1937, In fixed for healing proof of b.ime at thu Court HUUM-- In Aliform, Iowa, bvforo ll.c I'iatrlvt Court of suld County, ur iliv Cl.ik of a.iM Court; uud at t--n o'clock a. in., of ihu day above n.i-i: (lout <J ull [>fttioni* Intertiuted are htjtvby notlll'd uti'i required to ap- [trat, and hhow <auiic If uny they huvt.-. why .'-aid instrument Ml.ouUl not be proba!i-<l and allowed us und (or tin; lurt Will and Teslamcnt of -.lid d.-i-'eusi-d. l>ui«ii at A!&oha, Iowa, January •il. 1937. KATHAU1N10 McKVOY. Clurk of Mjstrtct Court. A I.MA ri'JAUSON, Ijeuuty. Wuaiton A Miller ally. 4-t DURING Prices will go up any day now - so do your furniture buying while you have a chance to Modem Design Living Rooms $49,75 TO $145 Beautiful lines and fine upholstery com- I)lire to make these suites good values. Bigelow Weavers Finely f| Woven Rugs and Carpets Modern Design Dining Room Handsome In design and constructed for durability. 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