The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 1,1937 SCENE OF 2 WEDDINGS ON SAT. & SUN. Marvel Alexander Bride of Luther Nygaard; To Farm LuVerne: A pretty home wedding was held Saturday at high noon When Marvel Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Alexander, became the brif e of Luther Nygaard, son of Chris Nygaard. The Rev. V. V. Schuldt officiated and only members of the Immediate families were present Preceding the ceremony, Hazel Nygaard and Gladys Alexander, accompanied by Mrs. Schuldt, sang "I Love You Truly." The couple and their attendants, Evelyn Alexander and Charles Nygard, stood before a window banked with snapdragons. A three course wedding breakfast was served by Hazel Nygaard and Gladys Alexander. The Alexanders have lived in the community for the past eight years. The bride attended Webster City and graduated from a normal course In that high school In 1927. She took a year's work at Iowa State Teachers' College and has since been a very successful rural teacher, teaching In only two schools, Districts No. S and No. 9 In Humboldt township. The bridegroom Is a graduate of the local high school with the class of 1928. Since graduation he has farmed with his father. They will make their home on the farm recently vacated by Wm. Hoepner. which Mr. Nygaard has leased. Both of these young people are members of the M. E. church and have been very active in the Epworth League and Sunday School Work. Ramns-Marr Nuptials A wedding of interest to Lu- Verne people took place at the Methodist church in Des Moines o> Sunday afternoon at two o'cioci when Anna Rnmus, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Otto Ramus, and Henr Marr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scot Marr. Harris, were united in th bonds of holy matrimony by th Rev. David McDougal, pastor o that church. Tue bridal couple were attended by Gladys Rftmu and Wm. Ramus, Jr. The brld wore powder blue crepe and her sis ter navy blue. Following the cer emony the party went to Anita where n wedding dinner was servec at the home of the bride's brother Bert Rarmia. Mrs. Marr was a member of the class of 1931 of th local high school. She has been employed as operator at the loca telephone exchange for the pas' year and a half. The bridegroom attended school in Harris and was graduated in 1928, but has been farming near Corwith the past four years. The Marrs will make their home on a farm on the edge o; Corwith. Preparing Operetta The grades from the fifth up to and including the eighth are preparing to present an operetta "Anut Drusiila's Garden." Tuesday evening at 7:30. A 45-mlnute concert by the high school band will precede the operetta. 37th Anniversary Monday was Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus' 37th wedding anniversary so all of the family except, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Racine, Wis., and Wm. Ramus, Jr., Des Moines, were home) Sunday to spend the day. Arthur, John and Florence live in LuVerne and those from out of town, were the Lewis Petersons, Mason City, Fred Hlntz, Livermore and the Lewis Wildlns from north of town. Open Cancer Drive Over twenty memberships in the American Society for the Prevention of Cancer were received in the drive sponsored by club women last week. This is a national organization and the fees are to finance an educational program on this disease which causes the second high number of deaths in the United States. Mrs. Ray Stone was the local captain. SPECIALS Flour, Excello, 49 IBs. $1.49; 24 i Ibs. 79c Lard, Pure Leaf ..... 2 Ibs. 29c Northfield Milk .... 3 tall cans 20c P. & G. Soap .... 10 giant bars 39c Raisins, seedless ..... 2 Ibs. 15c Camay, The Soap of Beautiful Women per bar 5c Penick Syrup, dark . . No. 10 pail 49c Toasted Wheat . . . . 3 large pkgs. 25c Delicious Oregon Primes, 2*30 oz. ens 25c Johnson's Wax, paste, liquid, Glo- coat ........ pint can 49c Tomatoes ...... 3 large cans 25c QUALITY MEATS FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES Be sure to visit our store on these Bargain Days and see the many other money-saving values that we have to offer. BASKET GROCERY 12 New Readers, 23 Renew UDM In Past Week Renewal Subscribers James F. Black, Algona, Rt. 1. Wm. Wetzel, Lone Rock. A, H. Guerdet, Armstrong. Alton Ferguson, Armstrong. H. M. Patterson, Armstrong. John H. Huffman, Armstrong. Rermit I. Forbes, Algona. P. P. Zerfass, Algona. A. R. Hansen, Algona. Walter Frombach, West Bend. John Olson, Fenton. F. L. McMnhon, Algona. Carl 1, Anderson, Swea City. Merle Wellendorf, Algona. Frank Flaig, Lone Rock. Alex Radlg, Lone Rock. Frank Kuhn. Lone Rock. Mrs. Geo. St. John. Algona. H. W. Schneider, Fenton. Fred Kluss, Fenton. George Hayes, Bancroft. Ralph Reding, Ottosen. Nick Thilges, Whittemore. New Subscribers Harley Hoeck, Armstrong. John McNeil, Algona, Rt. 2. W. J. Cotton, Lone Rock. Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Lone Rock. E. W. Reilley, Lone Rock. B. M. Burlingame, Lone Rock. H. E. Reimer, Fenton. Jacob Zwlefel, Fenton. A. G. Smith, Fenton. Chas. Stevenson, Minneapolis. A. M. Genrlch, LuVerne. Tames Reding, Algona. Glee Club to Compete The high school girls' glee club las been notified to be at Nevada, towa, Friday morning, at eight o'clock to take part in the district music contest They were judged superior at the contest in Plover recently. Miss HTslfTer Christian is their director and Corrinne Smith, acompanist. For uniforms the girls will wear shirt waist dresses of rash trimmed with dark green but- ons. Easter Homecoming* As usual Easter was a time for lomecomings and also visits. The school children took advantage of vacations as well as grown ups. Glen Waycoff, Des Moines spent moat of the week wfth his sister, Mrs. Fritz Zwlefel. Scott and Robrt Swisher, Iowa City, were guests f their aunt, Consuelo Hanna. Har- 1d Wolto, Ute, visited his mother. Jrant and Jeanne Jennings were home from Storm Lake and Rolfe, respectively. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Jlchardson, Wesley, and Dr. and fn. Sherman Meyers and Wayne, Algona, spent the day at the Dr. D. Meyers. Mrs. George Wat- klnson who has been helping care 'or her father, Fred Legler, went o her home at Cedar Falls for the week end. The Carl Goetschs pent the day at the Geo. Krafts near Eagle Grove. Chas Patterson rislted cousins at Gait and the Irwin Hofs went to Lake Mills. Mrs. Heftl spent the week end with relatives at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Alrin Steussy, Foxholm, Minn., were meats of hla mother, Mrs. Roea !teua*y and the Paul Traugers, Dea Koines, wen Sunday visitors of Mrs. Helen* Traugar. Give Barter Pageant Appropriate Easter services were held In all the local churches with special music, baptismal services, communion, and Easter sermons. On Sunday evening a -group of >roung women of the Evangelical hurch presented a very Impressive pageant, "The Challenge of the ">oss." Those taking part were Esher and Wilma Merkle, Hulda and Marie Fritzmeier, Elinormae Woito, Mrs. Fred Merkle and Miss Lorene Steven, a teacher at Vernon. They were assisted by a quartette, Mrs. .ewis Merkle, Mrs. Wm. Gies, Paul Knopf and the Rev. E. C. Walter. Mrs. H. H. Phillips. Dows, her mother. Mrs. H. G. Helmlck and -has. Brighton spent Saturday at the S. F". Phillips home. Jennie Mason Is spending th week with her brother, Tom Mason .and family at Clarion. Ray Mason Fairmont, Minn., spent Monda here.j Around LuVerne April 1 seems t be moving time as well as March 1 The John Dallmans moved Into th J. Kubly house and the Ed Wiese are moving Into the house they va cated. J. R. Farrels left Tuesday to make their home In Fort Dodge The March meeting of the com munity club will be an open meet Ing at the gymnasium and the main feature of the program will be a travel talk, illustrated by picture: by the Rev. W. G. Muhleman of Al gona. There will be no admission charges and no lunch will be serv ed. Frank Chambers returned Mon day from spending the winter in the west. He first went to Seattle where he stayed several weeks, then he went down the coast to Long Beach, where he again stayed for some time. He also made stop-overs at different places both going and coming back. Hauperto, Bancroft, Observe 5th Anniv. Bancroft: Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Haupert helped them to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary Sunday evening. Out of town relatives who were present were: Mr. and Mrs. Emll Stoffe] and daughters, Gertrude and Elizabeth and Sylvaria Haupert of Algona. Phil Daddy Again News was received Monday of .he birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs Phil Sheridan of Ames. This is he second son in the family. Bet:y Sheridan Is spending this week n Ames visiting them. Substitute Teacher Mrs. Carlyle Johnson taught in he Bancroft high school Monday n the absence of Georgia Carmean. F. X. Meschers are driving a new 'lymouth car. Harold Lampe. oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lampe, has been sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hood of Humboldt were dinner guests Easter at the W. J. Hood home. Mr. Crogman and children, Alve Olivia of New Hampton, visited at the Joe Kramer home Sunday. Mrs. Frank Mulligan left Monday for a week's visit with relatives and friends at Cedar Rapids, Des Moines and Slgourney. Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Hardmao and baby aon and Lt Hardman's mother returned to Bancroft Monday after a month's visit In Ames. Arnold Kramer, Mary Kramer, R. N., and Leona Kramer, R, N., of Sioux City spent Easter with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer. Eva Pudding underwent an operation for appendicitis Monday morning. Dr. Egan and Dr. Wallace of Algona performed the operation. Mr*. E. B. Kohnke took her daughter, Eileen to Blue Earth Monday where die took the bus to Minneapolis to attend the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Gua Wordel of Carroll spent Easter with Mr. Wordel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Math Wordel. Sunday was also Mrs. Math Wordel's 73rd birthday. Mrs. Herman Erickson and son, Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson vi.sited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Erickson's daughters, Mrs. Bernard Brink and Mrs. John Shay. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Guest of Sauk Center, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. Guest's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Guest, from Saturday till Thursday. They are en- route to Santa Maria, California. Secret Wedding I* Revealed At Dance West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kemna gave a wedding dance In the Legion hall, Monday evening, to a large crowd of their friends. They were married at Sioux City, Sept. 8 and kept their wedding a sceret until at this time. Mrs. Kemna was Leona Haag, a registered nurse in Sioux City. They will live a half mile east of West Bend. Miss Flossie Stagman left Saturday for Ottumwa where she is a teacher. She spent her Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs. H. F, Stagman. Miss Ivadel Cleal of Iowa Falls came Sunday morning and accompanied her sisters, Miss Dorothy and Mrs. Myron Boos to Rolfe on Sunday to spend Easter with their parents. Mrs. T. W. Williams arrived home from Cedar Falls Sunday morning. She spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Grace Crisman in Cedar Falls. Stephen Williams, who teaches In a college in Missouri brought her to her home. Harold Knecht and Peter Schumacher attended an oil meeting held in Mason City last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and daughter vlslt'ea at the Frank Jergens at West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Venteicher were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Loebach. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McCordle of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Elbert. Carl Avery and son, James of Cherokee spent Sunday at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Miss Ernestln Brodigan of Emmetsburg is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mon tag. The latter is ler sister. Miss Roseila Neu, who is employed in Emmetsburg, spent the week at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke visited Sunday at the home of the 'ormer's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rein- lard Lieb near St. Benedict. Irene McDonnell, who is employed in the State Beauty shop in Algona spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Mae McDonnell. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughetrs, Joyce and Ann, spent Caster at the home of Mrs. Cathrine O'Brien and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hartman of Vest Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kohler of Swea City spent Sunday it the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ceene. Willard Fandel spent the Easter lolidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel. Willard is em- ioyed by the Pratt Electric Co. in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer and Orville Kollasch of Wesley and Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward were Sunday dinner guests at the John Uhlenhake home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, son ames and Edward and the broth- r of Mrs. Meyer, Werner Strueck- er, of Garner were Sunday visitors here with relatives. Lorraine Laidley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley, went to Mason City last Thursday to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Agnes Laidly. She retained home Sunday evening. Gregory Elbert and Joe Loebach drove to Des Moines last Wednesday to get their daughters, Lenore Elbert and Dorothy Loebach. The girls are taking nurses training at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines. The banns of matrimony were announced Sunday at St Michael's church for the approaching marriage of Edmund Domek and Fair- vllle and Ellen Chrlstensen of Curlew. They will be married next week. Mike Besch accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonnell, went to Mason City Saturday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley and bring Mrs. Besch home with them. They returned home on Sunday. Rolanda and Harold Knecht and Donald Keene were in West Bend Saturday. Bernadlne Keene, who is employed in West Bend returned to Whittemore with them to spend Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Keene. Erwin Vaudt, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt, and Merlyn Wegener, son of Mi. and Mrs. Robrt Wegener, who attend Con- cordla College in St. Paul, are spending a week's Easter vacation with their respective families. The SM Tfcfc M«ir WoorfM- MlftorJr Nelson Hardware 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 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenberg USED CARS '34 Chevrolet Panel Delivery '31 Chevrolet Coach '32 Chevrolet Coach '32 Ford Coach, 4 cylinder '30 Ford Coach '26 Buick Coach \ We have two new Dodge coaches with large trunk. Hoenk Motor Service West of Court House Coryell-0-Gram TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS t APRIL 3,1937 'TO 'CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF THE SPRING AND SUMMER DRIVING SEASON SATURDAY, APRIL 3RD, WE WILL GIVE F-R-E-E TWO QUARTS OF GENUINE CORYELL -70- MOTOR OIL WITH THE PURCHASE OF SIX OR MORE GALLONS OF SUMMERIZED SUPER GASOLINE. Kerosene High Test Stove OH COBYELL -70- PRODUCTS STATION E. H. PITT-MAN Nebraska A Dodge Sts., Algona, Iowa 13* The FIRST STEP Toward Making Your DREAM HOME A REALITY! < July one tiling »i-nerully holds t'olk.s hack from taking the Mc-p toward hunie-uwnLTrfhip. That one thing is financ- Golng to Grinnell J. C. Scurr, a local teacher, has a position in the Grinnell schools for the coming year. Girl Reported Better Little Marlene Bonnstetter, who has been very ill in a Fort Dodge hospital with double pneumonia and complications, is reported as some better at this time. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bonnbtetter and is 17 months old. nit;-. We can .show y»m ways—in fact .several ways—to finance new liuinc- < ruction, or repair. No obligation for consultation on anything in the building or modernizing Hue ... it's all part of our service. WE'RE READY TO GO WITH EXPERIENCED MEN H. R. COWAN & SON OFFICE OVKK IOWA STATE BANK W. H. Daubendiek left Tuesday for a business trip to Remsen. Mr. and Mrs. John Putnam of Chicago are spending some time here with relatives. Misses Bessie, Grace and Mae Sloan were Emmetsburg visitors on Tuesday afternoon. Harry Thatcher of Ruthven spent Easter here at the home of bis sister, Mrs. T. A. Clark. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Morey has been having a siege of the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munson moved their household goods into the Fred Scburg residence, Monday. Mrs. Alma Kogsbach, son Quentin and daughter, Mrs. Frank Mikes spent Tuesday at Fort Dodge with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmeyer of Whittemore were Easter Sunday visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jos. Mikes. Orlie Stagman arrived home from Rochester, Minn., Saturday evening. He has been at tbe hospital taking treatments for his h^ndq James Barber, who attends Waldorf College, at Forest City, spent his Easter vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber. Wm. Johnson returned Saturday from Patoo, Iowa, where he spent the week visiting his mother, who is an invalid at the home of hU sister. A FEW REMARKS ABOUT 'Going Into The Country 9 Merchants and Business Men With Sales Messages, of Course Want to Send Those Messages "Into the Country." There is nothing new or recently discovered about the value of Good Advertising, sent through the mail to rural homes. ^ W^ en Gen. Grant Was President/ this paper "went to the country" * When Teddy Roosevelt Charged Up San Juan Hill, we "went to the country" * When The "Maine" Blew Up, this paper "went to the country" en The Titanic" Sank, this paper "went to the country" And so it is, through the history of Kossuth County since 1865, this paper has "gone to the country" every week. If You REALLY Want To "Go To The Country" With Your Sales Message, We'll Gladly Take You Each Week To 1828 FARM HOMES In Kossuth County * And 338 Of Those Are On Algona Rural Routes* Advertising to bring results needs coverage, and only the newspaper gives you the coverage you need TOTAL CIBOULATION MARCH 1, 1937 -3,341 The Algona Upper Des Moines Kossuth'a Pioneer Paper—Established 1865

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