The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1937
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CUSTCAR1SON, WESLEYFARMER, DO SATURDAY funeral Services Held on Tuesday; Long Time Residents Wesley: Gust Carlson, 50, farm- .er northwest of Wesley, died, at his home at three o'clock Saturday afternoon, after a long sickness with cancer of the stomach. Mr. Carl- aon had been in poor health for more than a year, but had persisted •in keeping about at his work until last August, when the nature of his ailment was discovered. Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. Patterson of Titonka and Doan, and the Rev. O. M. Johnson of Britt and Wesley were held at the Scandinavian Congregational church here at two o'clock this week Tuesday Burial was made In Evergreen. Mir. Carlson owned the farm on which he lived, seven miles northwest of town. He was born at Sonebo, Sweden, December 7, 1886, and came from Sweden directly to Wesley In 1905. He was married to Ellen Johnson in May, 1909, and th couple occupied the farm where h spent the rest of his life. Mr. an Mrs. Carlson had belonged to th Doan church for many years. Mrs. Carlson survives, also thre daughters and two sons. He is sur The Aigona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 19, 19$? TWO DDE IN FIRE—Mr. and Mrs. Osmun Asheim were burned to death recently when flre believed to have started from an overheated stove destroyed their farm home three miles from Forest City, Iowa. Thor Asheim, a nephew, saved his life by juntping from an upstairs window. Neighbors are shown searching the ruins. MANYFEOTON AND VICINITY PARTIES HELD . vlved by four brothers, of whom two, John and Herman, live here and one, the Rev. Arvid Carlson at Kensington, Minn. One brothe and three sisters are living in Sweden. Mrs. Bonnsetter entertained he bridge club at a St. Patrick part' this week Wednesday. ' Observes 13th Birthday Fenton: Mrs. R. G. Hengel entertained from two until five Sunday afternoon in honor of her daughter Virginia's 13th birthday. "Cootie' was played at four tables. Theo- iore Bleckwenn won high and Deland Votteler low for the boys, Dorothy Wright winning high and Eunce Johnson, low for girls. Others present were Geneva Olson, Irvin Votteler, Theresa Beukema, John Vegener, LaVerne Priebe, Florence ieukeraa, Lois Kerber and Wayne Kerber. Mrs. Hengel; served a delicious two course luncheon after the games. FairvUle Lady's Birthday Mrs. Rudolph Hanover of Fair- vUle celebrated her birthday anniversary last week Monday. Guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brnhn, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bruhri, Mr. and Mrs. William Hanovea, Mrs. Nellie Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. B. Laucke and Elmer Bell of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollingor of Fenton. The time was lev tP«Ph»V ~«i,~oT— """ " ", ra T spent at car<Ja and a lunch was icy teacner. She was accompanied I served later by a friend, the home economies' • teacher at Hampton. Mrs. Julius Kunz returned Saturday following three weeks at Fowl- Dr. and Mrs. Richardson, Emmetsburg, have moved here, and IB doctor will have an office over the A. M. Kunz store. The Study club was to meet with Urs. Aldrich this week Thursday, and Mrs. Alfred Erdmann, leader, was scheduled to give a paper on Kentucky." Miss Eva Boyer, Hampton, spent left Tuesday for Rochester where Mr. Wehrspann will take treatment .for two weeks. • • Mrs. Anna Osbornx entertained Mrs. Will Osborn, Mrs. Linus Jensen and daughter and Mrs. Jennie Jensen Friday afternoon. Mrs. A. J. Kennedy returned last week Tuesday from Parkersburg, called there by the illness and death of her mother, Mrs. A. Van- derlan. Elsie Meyer, who teaches at Monte Vbta^CaUfornia, returned home SUndajr because of the serious illness at her father, Henry Blanche Mayer, employed at the Frank HuRjnhrws, was called to her home in Dlmoia last week because of her brother, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Huskamp and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Huskamp .were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Arbogast home Sunday. , - er, Colorado, with her father, John Anderson, victim of a stroke. Mr Anderson is still critically sick. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Rye, Hanlontown, and their daughter, Harriet, also Mr. and Mrs. Marion O. Hall Clear Lake, and their two little sons visited the women's sister, Mrs, L. L. Lease, on Sunday. Frank Kouba, Sr., has sold his oil station in west Wesley to a man from Algona, who has taken possession. This is the one which was built and conducted for six years or more by the late James Hodges. Ed Studer, Excelsior, Minn., who a again at St. Mary's hospital, Minneapolis, writes his parents, the Ed Studers, 'that the additional opera- ion was -of a somewhat serious na- ure, but that he seems now to be getting along nicely. Due to the fact that the regular meteing date of the Legion Auxil- ary falls on Holy Thursday, it will be held at the Legion rooms Tues- 1ay afternoon. March 23. A short usiness meeting will be held, and he remainder of the time spent in ewing carpet rags. Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Dawson will move this week into their new ouse in east Wesley, which was Agnes Goetech Hostess Agnes Goetsch entertained at tw tables of bridge Wednesday evenin of last week. Nettie Weisbrod won the high score prize and, Hele Thompson the second high. Dor othy Gerhart won the chair prize Other guests were Louise Curtiss Marie Lennox, Irene Wilson an Margaret Blossom. Daughter Christened Mr. and Mrs. William Jentz entertained Sunday in honor of their little daughter, ~ was christened Janice Ann, who in the Lutheran TIY IT 19 MYS FIEE When you do, you will discover ai mart than 300,000 women already hare, that Coolerator not only gi res better, safer, improved home refrigeration, but OMts only about one-third to one-half ai much to boy and run.- <Mtr**r gbtt you: IMFKia. . a coo wfcid> coals, vuba. *. CONSTANT COLD.. IMJITII ar» hdd OKU* coonui toa mr bcfor* pouibfe. L HIM! All. Food odon an con- «aob noMid. Quo* aad botaf ••{M kwnda br i«U la aacomd 40M trtrrtbiag taut bfOtr. UMIOiriKD AIM. food* M» «floB««t. AitUptopatbbuDidt Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 1 FOP YOUR FREE TRIAL uilt and prepared for occupancy y Halvor Flom and son. Mr. Dawon's mother, Mrs. Edith Dawson, Mason City, will come next week to live and keep house for her brother, Preston Chapin, on the old Chapin place in west Wesley. The Rev. Father Regen, Milwaukee, will help the pastor of St Joseph's church, the Rev. Father Wagner, in conducting 40-hour devotions, which will begin Friday morning, and end the morning of Palm Sunday. Mass will be held at 7 and 9 o'clock each morning and at 7:30 each evening. Two Masses will be celebrated at each service. The Mesdames H. M. and Raymond Hansen will entertain the Methodist W. F. M. S. this week Friday. This is a special meeting to take the place of one omitted in January. The Methodist Aid will meet in the League room at the church this week Wednesday, Mrs. Wilbur Fisher, hostess. The Methodist pastor, the Rev. Arthur Bottom, will preach a special sermon church by Rev. R. W. Kabelitz. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Ola; Norland and Mrs. George Jentz Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Tom Berkland and daughter, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frink of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland, George Jentz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and family,'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz and daughter, Maxine. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Madsen, south of town became parents of a daughter born, Tuesday, March 9. At Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and Theodore Krueger and daughter, Alma, and Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Hanna attended a 15th anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons at Fairmont, last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Britt spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. Joe Nellis of Waterloo formerly of Fenton, suffered a stroke last week. 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Cards were issued for a St. Patrick's day dancing party given at the local hall Wednesday evening. The Charles Stewart family of Bode spent Sunday at. the C, H. Geronsin home. The Goetsch Motor company unloaded a car load of Allis-Chalmers tractors last week. E. K. Johnson and daughter, HAPPIER HOME FARM LOANS Low Rate—20 years to pay. Option—can pay any day in year on principal. No Commission to Pay. For details see me Edw. Capesius New Heise Bldg. Algona, Iowa 11-tf Marjorie were Sunday dinner guests at the F. H Bohn home. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller of Ringsted visited at the C. G. Humphrey home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp visited Mr. and Mrs. Emil Huskamp in Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and children were dinner guests at the W. V. Yagers Sunday. Mrs. J. A. G. Smith entertained the Hook and Needle sewing circle last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Emma Ruske returned on Sunday from a week's visit at the Carl Ebert home in Whittemore. Mrs. W. E. 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