The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1937 · Page 3
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OTTOSEN MUSIC ENTRIES READY FORDBT.MEET Girls' Sextette, Solosists Gk> To Nevada on Saturday Ottosen: Those who will represent Ottosen in the district music contest at Nevada Saturday are: the girls' sextette which consists of Lola Watnem, Barbara Clave, Mildred Knutson, Pay and May Van Busklrk and Marjorle Kramer; Lola Watnem, soprano solo and Barbara Clave, contralto solo. They all received superior rating: at the the sub-district meet at Plover. Third In Contest Jean Ann Jacobson, who represented Ottosen school at the spell- Ing contest at Humboldt Saturday, got third place. Jean Ann is in the sixth grade and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobson. O. P. C. Club Met The O. P. C. met at the home of' Mrs. H. Knuteson Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered with Points for Parents; the lesson, What Part Does Environment Play In the Lives of Children by Helen Stephenson; special music, Gertrude Jacobson and a surprise by the hostess. View GlM* Exhibit The Ottosen Progressive Women's club was entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nevins Cuplln in West Bend. A glass exhibit was shown. Mrs. Walton Fisher and children of Omaha are visiting at the Dr. "Shipley home, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Solberg of Algona visited at the Oliver Christen- aen home Sunday. Blanche Henrlkson, who teaches at Lone Rock, spent the week end visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson and •daughters spent the week end visiting at Grand Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Truelson and aons of Woden visited at the Chris -Anderson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus and daughters visited frt the Bacon Jiome in Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kinseth and The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 1, 1937 children of Bradgate spent Sunday at the Roy Kinseth home. Millard Storesund, who attends Iowa University at Iowa City, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah Store- sund. Ray Kramer returned to school at Ames, Thursday after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer. Enid Richards, who attends the University of Minnesota, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson and children of Whittemore visited at the Percy Watnem home on Saturday. Lee Holt, examiner of the Iowa state patrol, spent the week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt. Jack Bakke, who attends Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, is visiting relatives and friends here. Lorraine Bergun-., who attends Waldorf College at Forest City, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergum. Elmer Wehrspahn, who teaches at LuVerne, spent the week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig, Mr. and Mrs. James Togeas, Jesse and Gladys Lovig went to McGregor on Saturday for a visit with relatives. Richpoint News Irene Capesius, Mason City, was a Sunday vistor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. Harriet Smith, Adalr, and Leona Smith, 1 Swaledale, were at home with their mother, Mrs. Neal Smith for Easter. Mrs. Lora Raney gave an Interesting book revhew and Mrs. Chas. Gllbride read a paper entitled, "Art and Artists of Iowa". Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skilling went to Humboldt Monday to attend the funeral of Wm. Strack, brpther-in- law of Mr. Skilling. Several Irvlngton members of the Plum Creek club attended the regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Lela Gardner Wednesday. Paul Black, "University .of Iowa sophomore, spent the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. Georga Anne Gelgel was home from Storm Lake, where she is a student at Beuna Vista College. Edmund Capesius and Robert Black returned to their studies at Ames last week Thursday. THREE LONEROCK C.E. GROUPS ARE NOW ORGANIZED Robt. Gladstone Read One of New Church Divisions Lone Rock: Christian Endeavo has been organized at the loca church. There are three divisons Officers of the second division ar leader, Rev. Arends; president, Rob ert Gladstone; vice president, Mar jorie Pettlt; secretary and treasur er, Doris Sanders. Officers of th third division are: president, Mar garet Gladstone; vice president Ronald Christenson; secretary an< treasurer, Roy Hines. Joseph Skow Wesley, district C. E. president gave a talk. 27 Join Church A large crowd attended Good Fri day services here at the loca church. Easter services were very well attended, 27 being taken int the church membership. Sunday Dinner Guests The Robert Schmidts had as Sun day dinner guests, the Arthur Ried els, Fenton, Mr. and Mrsi Schmidt, the Ben and Walte Schmidts, the Martin Meyer fam ily, Algona, the Rev. and Mrs. E Rlchmann, Burt, and Woodrow Bladow of Hankinson, South Dak ota. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pomp were afternoon callers. Hosts at Dinner The W. F. Faulstlchs were Sun day dinner guests of the Leo Jas kulkes, Fenton, Monday, and Mrs. Ross Johnson and Martha Jaskulke all of St Paul also being there. Al and the William Jaskulkes, Burt, spent Sunday evening at the Faul stlchs. The Will Chrlstensons spent Frl day at Fairmont. The Ornie Behrends, Jr., family spent Monday at Mason City. The Lyle Marlows were Sundaj guests at the Hugh Marlows. The Harley Shellitos, Ames, spen. the week end at the N. L. Cottons The Raymond Bierstedts spen Sunday with Mrs. Kate Ditttner, Al gona. The Merle Culbertsons open Sunday with the August Meyers Fenton. FOSTER'S BUGS 9x12 $24.75 AND UP Now Is the Time to Get Real Rug Values BIGELOW SANFOBD CAliPETS and BUGS And other authentic patterns. If you have any intention at all of buying a rug, by all means do it now! You'll be charmed by the rich patterns, as you will be thrilled with the value. Costs Less than Get our April Low Prices on Bedroom Furniture NO TUFTS.. IT'S QUILTED The sew Spring Beauty Palmer Mattress will t>lvu you yearn of service. It U the finest mattress you could buy even if you were worth a fortune. Yet the coat la actually less than Ic a sleep hour. See it today. BUY NOW AND SAVE Palmer Comfortable Mattress Algona FOSTER'S Iowa News Items of Wesley Vicinity Frank Mullin of Klemme Is spending several weeks visiting in Wesley as house guest of his son. Vee Mullin and family. The Senior Mullin has not been feeling in the best of health recently. Mrs. Oscar Erickson and two children. Forest and Evelyn, of Elmhurst, 111., returned to their home Sunday afternoon from a vis- It with their aunt, Miss Arabella McPheraon, since Thursday noon. The George Goetzes were Easter day guests at the home of her father, Henry Ricke, and the Henry Goetz family were guests the sam«! day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Erdmann. A family by the name of Stokesbury from Klemme have taken up residence in the Frank Kouba. Sr. farm house northwest of town and is being employed by Sim Hirner, who rents and operates the farm. Miss Mildred Fox, 'commercial student at the Hamilton University at Mason City, spent Easter Sunday here with her father, Frank Fox. Miss Hedwig Richter also of Mason City spent the week end here with her parents. Miss Irma Ward spent her Easter week end vacation from teaching duties at the Rudd consolidated school with home folks and was accompanied by her friend, Miss Ruth White. They formerly taught at Mitchell together. Olaf f unnemark drove to Northfield last week Tuesday to get his son, Edward, who attends St. Olaf College for his Easter vacation, and they returned home Wednesday, Edward having to go back to his school work Monday. Mrs. Dick Latham, nee Ruth Hopkins, spent several days here with her brother, Ben Hopkins and niece, Mrs. I. A. Gerdes, before returning to her home in LeMars following days' visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Casler at Brltt. Miss Grace Kouba, employed at the State Capitol building in Des Moines, spent the week end here with her parents, the Frank Koubas Sr. The Henry VanOosting family of Charles City, also spent Sunday at her parental home, the Koubas. Roy Clark, former clothier in Wesley, who spent the week end with home folks at Brttt, visited Saturday night In Wesley with former friends. Mrs. Clark had spent the past several weeks In Britt with her relatives, the Aid- ridges. Mrs. Lester Larson assisted by Mrs. Henry Funnemark were hostesses to the Priscllla Phoebe Ladies Aid at the former's home this week Wednesday. The lesson on a chapter In the Gospel of St John was under the leadership of Mrs. Marion Paulson. Mrs. Fred Looft and young three year old son, Dennis of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Chick Ewing of Swea City spent Easter Sunday aft- ernoon visiting numerous friends an3 relatives in the Wesley vicinity. Mrs. Ewing was formerly Miss Kathryn Cruise. Mrs. Walter Anderson and five children of Wlndom, Minnesota, spent several days over Easter visiting relatives and friends in and about the Doan territory. The Andersons moved to Windom about March 1st. having had a farm sale on the farm occupied by them. Mr. and Mrs. Ell Gopdnow entertained the families of their children Easter Sunday, March 28th, in observance of Mr. Goodnow's birthday anniversary. Those present were the Tony Ostercamp family of Wesley, the Earl Goodnow and Vernon Benner families of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrlch, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cruise drove to Osage Sunday where they attended the funeral of Mr. Aldrich and Mrs. Cruise's aunt, Mrs. Therese Walters-Coon, 70, who passed away Thursday. Burial was made in Mitchell after holding funeral services at Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson were made very happy last Tuesday evening when in observance of the 40th wedding anniversary a group of relatives and friends gathered at their home northeast of town. Besides those from In and around Wesley were others from Jewell and Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer left early Monday morning for Ollie, from where they were called Sunday evening Informing them of the critical illness of her father, Peter Brass. Their two children. Cheryll Ann and Jlmmie, are making their home with a neighbor, Mrs. Harry Johnson, during their absence. Miss Leila Wester of the Iowa State College spent her Easter vacation with her parents, the Emll Westers. Julius Kunz, Jr., and Miss Ethel Braley, both Iowa State University students, spent their Easter vacations with home folks the last few days of last week, returning Saturday and Sunday for school duties on Monday. Carl T. Franzen, Enar and Helen, were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson. This day marked the birthday anniversary of Helen. Miss Violet Barnes who made her home with the Franzens since last summer, has returned to Des Moines to make her home with her parents! again and will attend school in Des Moines. School was resumed Monday morning In the public school following several days vacation over Good Friday and Easter. All the teachers spent the week end with their home folks, except Miss Boyer, who went to Hampton to spend the days with her sister. The parochial school called to order Tuesday morning, their duties having been dismissed Wednesday night for their vacation days. The Jim Ackermans were Sunday evening guests of Ralph Prlebea Bancroft , Mr. and Mi*. John Demp»ey, Fen ton, spent Sunday at the Eugen Pearsons. The Kmil Krafts were Sunday supper guests at the Adolph Perils Whittemore. The Fred Wegeners spent Sunday evening at the Robert Wegeners Whittemore. Leonard Warner, Fenton, spen Thursday evening at the Mrs. Kate Kawks home. The Lyle Marlows were Friday evening dinner guests at the Arthur Bierstedts, Burt. The Charles Hill family spent :he week end at the Gilmore Lind- grens, Lohrville. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross were entertained Sunday at the Lloyd "rosses, Good Hope. Mrs. James Nyman will be hostess this coming Saturday to the Bancroft W. C. T. U. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Neubrough spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Humboldt Esther Godden, Seneca, spent from Friday to Saturday at the "lharles Morris home. The W. C. Heiters spent last week Tuesday on business at Livermore, also visiting M. H. Heiter. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, of Rockwell City spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Evelyn Earing. The Walter Thompsons wore Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lillie Thompson aad daughter, Neva. Theo. Krueger, daughter Elma, and son Harold, spent Sunday at e Clarence Theesfietds, Fenton. Mrs. Albert Thompson and children, Bancroft, spent Friday night and Saturday at the M. E. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lampe, Bancroft, were last Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Ruth Person spent Sunday at the 3an Harises. Mr. and Mrs. Person spent the afternoon at the James Vymans. Eva Kracht, rural teacher of chool district No. 4, held a program For the school patrons last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and ilrs. Jane Clark, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. The I. W. Nelsons spent Saturday evening at Mrs. H. J. Bacons, Algona. Mrs. Etta Sears, Grinnell, s visiting there. The W. F. Faulstichs spent Friday afternoon at the Ralph Stewarts. The evening was spent at the ,eonard Heerdts. Mr. and Mrs: Dave Lynch called t the Tom Lynch home, Fairmont, ind the John Kerbsbach home, in Swea City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman, Hiram Ackerman and Muriel Long were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Burt. Mainard Genrich, student at the owa State College, Ames, was a ast Tuesday evening supper guest t the P. M. Christensons. Margaret Gladstone left Friday morning for Salem, South Dakota, here she will make a two weeks' isit with Mr. and Bra. Coin Gapa. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Worthington pent last week Monday evening with Mrs. Worthington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz, Led yard. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worby, Lu- Al Rosenmeyer of St. Benedict, Hurt St. Benedict: Al Rosenmcyor had the misfortune last Thursdny of seriously injuring his bark when he jumped from his truck. Frank Grnnrtgennett and Albert Simons of Rolfe spend Sunday in this vicinity. Loraine Arndorfcr. Algorm. spent Easter Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Mrs. A. J. Grandgennett was released from the Kossirh hospital Sunday after being con! ned there for the past six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Goetz home east of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink and son, Arthur and family nnd Art Struthers were Easter Sunday dinner guests of the former's daughter and husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Klein near Wesley. t •• . Heerdt, Hobarton, were Sunda dinner guests at the Merwin Mar lows. The Henry Schroeders and th, H. A. Wieners attended a birthday supper Sunday evening honoring Arthur Schroeder, at his home In Fenton Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the R. T. Angus were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geibel and twin daughters. Carmen and Carroll of Corwlth. Ai'rs. Eliza Richards, AlRona, spent Sunday at the M. O. Richards. The latter spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Richards at Algona. The Calvin Householders spent Sunday afternoon at the Clarence Householders. Calvin made pus- iness trips to Mason City, last Thursday and Monday. Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Acker- nan spent Sunday evening at the Frank Flaigs. The Flaigs spent Saturday afternoon at Fairmont. Marjorie Pettit spent the week end with Marjorie Jensen. Saturday, Mrs. Roy Jensen, daughter Harjorie, son Roger and Marjorie "•etui spent the afternoon at Fairmont. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs. Frank Macumber. They called on Mr. Macumber, who s a patient at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Charles Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer and the Leonard Ditt- mers, all of Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law- •ence Dittmer. Alvin Hanna, Wolf Point. Mon- ana, who is visiting relatives here, spent the week end at the Mrs. Geo. Hannas. The A. H. Mannas were also Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Geo. Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen drove to Des Moines Friday eve- ling on business Saturday. They drove to Downey to spend Sunday vitli Mr. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen. Mrs. Lawrence Newhrough, son Frederick, Mrs. A. Krueger, Mrs. VI. E. Blanc-hard and Mrs. Hoy lunkel were Monday visitors at the Delmar Angus home, Algona. The Henry Kuecks had as Sunday inner guests at the Arthur Heiden- withs and Mrs. Clarence Sebers and on, Ralph, Whittemore, Mr. and rfrs. Lloyd Walker, Algona, and r. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Vera Morris, instructor at Gowrie, spent the week end with her larents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moris. Ernest Krueger, daughter Ruth, Burt, and all above were Sun- lay dinner guests at the Jay God- lens. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger enter- ained for Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, George Long, he Fred Genriches, the Lawrence Newbroughs, Howard Blanchards, *ea Moines and Aletha Forbes of •larion. Margaret Nelson, who U employed in Chicago arrived last week at the parental William Nelsons. On Sunday the Nelsons were dinner guests at the Theodore Jacobsons, Humboldt. Margaret remained for a few days' visit A. P. Nelson, Britt, waa a Sunday supper guest there. SPEC For Fri. I Sat v*'.<-M-..- > ^ r~*£g£ Gamble'* Liquid Polish Make your car look like new. Pint can. Regular Price tic. 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