The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 ffiVINCTONMAN REOTSADAffiY FARM ffl WISC Merrill Parsons of Sehoby Place Takes Possession April 1 Irvington: Merrill Parsons drove to Waupaca, Win., a week ago Fri day to inspect a dairy farm, wbic be has rented. He was well satis fled with the country and his prospects, but reported touch land un der water between here and there Merrill will take possession Apr! 1. For the past few years he has been employed at the Chester Scho- by'fi. Aid to Name OCHoera The Aid society, which was to have met this week, will instead meet next week Thursday. There will be election of officers. Missionary Soc. to Meet The Missionary society meets this week Friday at the church, Mrs. E H. Thomas is in charge. Topics will be "Japan and the Foreigner in America." A covered dish luncheon will be served. Move to Galbraith Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl have purchased a small cottage and have had it moved to Galbraith. Mr. Schichtl will be employed at the L. A. Johnson farm nearby. The SchichtlB had been living with Mrs. SchichtTs parente, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus, LuVerne. Cemetery Officers Chosen ' The annual meeting of the Irvington cemetery association was held Friday at the elevator office, and officers were re-elected: Frank Weber, president; M. L. Roney, vice president; Harry Ward, secretary; M. E. Worster, treasurer. Morris Parsons is sexton and also a director. A fair balance is reported in the treasury. Emboidrey Club Active Mrs. Morris Parsons entertained the Cresco Embroidery club last Wednesday and there was a large attendance. The program consisted of a play by Mrs. Tony and Mrs. John Dreesman. Friday evening the club members and families bad a banquet at the Grover Reed farm home. The banquet and the entertainment were supplied by the losers in a contest which had run a year and was recently brought to a close. Points in the contest were gained by attendance, etc. Mrs.' Allie Brown was captain of the winning side and Mrs. Jos. Kramer of the losers. «nts, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lee, Web ster City. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barger recently moved form Boston, Mass., to Buffalo, N. T. Mrs. Barger is the yongest daughter of Mr. and Mrs R. 'J.^BWUing here. Bercie Davis played hostess to the Saturday evening bridge club at the O. L. Millers and guests were the L. E. Colwells, the Cbas Egels and Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltc. Mesdames O. L. Miller, L. E. Colwell, Edw. Blacnhard, Wildfred Coleman and Ben Terhune were guests last Thursday of Mrs. Chas. Egel, who gave demonstrations on rug making on a wheel. The William Metzens entertained at a card party Friday evening. Guests were the -William Bdld ridges, the Vern Barkers, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thilges, Roy Thilges, the Robert Caseys, C. Behrens, Mrs. Emma McConnell, Harold Smith, and the Barney Capesius family. Mrs. E. H. Thomas entertained at a surprise birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her daughter, Loraina) who was 13. Guests were Pauline Seip, Phyllis Maxwell, Adella Lemkee, Camilla Frankl, Betty Miller, Phyllis Black, Helen, Ruth and Dorothy Leigh and Shir- ley'Roney. Lu Verne Folks Attend Funera Lu Verne: The Rev. and Mrs. E '. Walter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werkle attended funeral service Saturday at Aplington, for Mrs Walter Rapp, whose Illness at fort Dodge hospital was noted in ast week's new. Her old horn was in Parkston, South Dakota and the following spent the weel nd at the Merkle home after at ending the funeral: Mrs. Ida Gil ett, Brookings, South Dakota Clayton Gillett, Sioux Falls; Mr and Mrs. J. H. Groen and two hildren, Parkston, South Dakota Irs. Robert Billar, .Tripp, South Dakota, and Mrs. Emma Lehman and son, Earl, Bode. Mrs. Rapp was about 35 and died Wednesday lorning following a short illness. Wm. Kollasch spent most of last •eek at Staples, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Anita, rare recent visitors here. The Harold Phillips. Dows, were unday guests at the S. F. Phillips. Mrs. H. D. Ristau, Harold and iva are visiting Mr. Ristau's folks n Geneseo, HI. Mrs. Pearl Conoway attended a onvention for beauty operators at >es Koines Monday. Jake Maasdam is having part of his farm house remodeled. Wesley and Calvin Lee spent part of last week with their grandpar- Marvin Farrell came home from roes Saturday. He does not plan o attend college this spring term. The Harry Flemings moved Monay to the Markman farm near lenwick, where Mr. Fleming has mployment. Mrs. Wayne Dornberger and her daughter, Peggy, left Monday for their home at Sioux Falls, after a two weeks' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gugger moved into rooms above the Lichty Hardware Monday. They have Reliable Insurance for Every Need rase - Blossom INSURANCE AGENCY :eSt. Algona, la. been staying with the U. S. Grants. Mrs. Bert Thomas and Llewyn, Rippey, spent last Thugrday with LuVerne friends. The John Wilhites, Corwith, were at the Lloyd Smiths, Friday. . ; Paul Meyers-<«rbo has spent the winter at Ocheydan, visited friends in LuVerne a couple of days last week. He was on his way to visit the Emil Meyers at Chester Center. Harold Turpin, Esther Christian, Miriam Troutman, Jeanette Henderson and Maxine Smith went to Des Moines Saturday to see the last games of the girls' state basketball tournament Miss Anna Woito who has spent this winter with relatives at State Center, came home Monday. Her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Payne Abrams, Madrid, brought her home and made a short visit Here. A class of nine young people will be confirmed at the Lutheran church next Sunday. Members of the class are Anna Genrich, Evelyn and Melvin Pergande, Paul Will, John Dallman, Wayne Warmbier, Arlie Gtfetschi Alvin and Frieda Gronbach. 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