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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Koines, Algona, Iowa, April 8,1937 SWEACITYSUPT. IS SPEAKER AT SENECABANQUET •84 Pupils, Teachers and Friends at Athletic Dinner Bwteca: The Seneca high school Jboys and girls and the Junior high •boys' basketball teams were hon- •ored at a banquet at the Seneca school gymnasium Thursday evening, April 1st at 7:30 p. m. The following were seated at the tables: Supt. and Mrs. A. H. Schul- •er of Swea City, Supt. F. E. Slagle, Coach F. O. Hanna, faculty members; Adrea Denser, Alice Dahl, Regina Berens, La von n Madden, Beulah Carlisle; the following players, Capt John Crowley, Perry Jensen, Glenn Paulsen, Duane Campbell, Kenneth Bolllg, Teddy Jensen, Wesley Patterson, Vefttbn Dotson, LeRoy Klein, Roy Homan, Dean St. John, Gatl and Merlin DoUon, James Johnson, Everett Johanson, Morris Smith, Daryle Hansen, Donald Bolllg, Capt. Florence Looft, Florence Jensen, Florence Engessor, Leona Johanson, Harriet and Alyce Olsen, Maxlne and Helen Cody, Margaret LenUch, Loretta Crowley, Fern Skow, Kathleen and Betty Kennedy, Margaret Wolf and the following junior high boys: Melvln Klein, Philip Looft, Dennis Lynch and Oscar Patter- eon, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Peterson, Janitor and wife, and Mrs. Eula WHHamsen, matron at the cottage. Supt. A. H. Schuler of Swea City •was the main speaker of the eve- Ing. The main subject under dls- cucslon was athletics. Those players who were given awards and will receive letters were as follows: girls, Capt. Florence Looft, Florence Engessor, Florence Jensen, Leona Johanson, Harriet Olsen, Maxlne and Helen Cody, Loretta Crowley and Kathleen Kennedy. The following boys will receive large letters: Capt John Crowley, Glenn Paulsen, Duane Campbell, Perry and Teddy Jensen, Wesley Patterson, Kenneth Bolllg and Roy Klein. Those boys who will receive small letters are Vernon Dotson, Roy Homan and James Johnson. Those boys who will receive junior high letters are: Donald BotUg, Daryle Hansen, Melvln Klein, Phillip Looft, Dennis Lynch and Oscar Patterson. Those who attended the banquet besides those mentioned earlier were the parents of the basketball players. There were 84 people In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and family were shoppers in Estherville Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. J. Drlnnan called at the F. E. Slagle and C. |T. Nielsen homes Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck of LeMars and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson spent the past w.eek end at Minneapolis. Miss Adrea Deuser, teacher in the Seneca school, spent the week end at the parental Deuser home In St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck and son, Jimmy, of LeMars spent several days the past week at the Harley Hoeck home. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson took Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Boyer to Fairmont Friday where they will make their future home. The Boyers have spent the past several months at the Johanson home. Mrs. Johanson is a daughter of the Boyers. Several Infants Baptized Sunday In Good Hope Ch. Good Hope: The beautiful Easter Sabbath brought out a crowd which filled Good Hope church to capacity participating In an appropriate service of worship and praise. Audrey Jane, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stelnman, and Chas. Cecil, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom were presented for baptism. The fellowship and pleasure of the service was enhanced by greetings from the W. J. Bournes at San Antonio, Texas, and by the display of a gorgeous bouquet of Blue Bonnets, Texas state flower, which they had thoughtfully sent for the occasion. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell, former Good Hope pastor assisted Rev. Wood in the service. Bernice Dodds Is working at the soil conservation office in Algona. Martha Madson went home to Eagle Grove to spend Easter and the following week with her folks. The Good Hope ladles' bake sale held at the Kent Garage in Algona, Saturday, was a gratifying success, grossing between $20 and $30. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell and ton Arthur, the latter home from Mornlngslde College, were over Easter guests at the James Knolls. Mervln Gardner returned from Chicago last week where he had been for two weeks in connection with a course he has been taking in Diesel engineering. Mrs. Will Rath is expected home this week, Wednesday, from Rochester, Minn., where she has been for the put ten days for clinical observation at the Mayo hospital Mrs Rath has been in falling health for the past year and It Is hoped that her trip to Rochester may open the way for improvement. CHRISTINA IVERSON RITES SUNDAY, FENTON; THREE SONS SURVIVING 33 Renew Paper In Past Week The weekly subscription record for The Algona Upper Des Moines Is as follows: New Subscribers Jo Swanson, Llvermore. O. C. Perslg, Elmore, Minn. John Schmidt, Algona. Wm. Gellenfeldt, Algona, Rt. 2. Herman Veerkamp, Ottosen. Renewal* James F. Black, Rt 1, Algona. Wm. Wetrel, Lone Rock. Clark Scuftham, Algona, Rt. 2. Joseph Aman, Algona, Rt. 1. C. H. Potter, Algona, Rt. 1. Louis Wegener, Algona. Joe Balk, Algona, Rt. 2. George Kohl, Algona, Rt. 2. Antone Johnson, Algona. Gordon Glddlngs, Wesley. A. H. Hanna, Lone Rock. Will Drayton, Algona. Lloyd Gross, Algona, Rt. 2. Fort Dodge Messenger. P. W. Hangeri, Algona, Rt. 2. Jewel Larson, Algona. Rt. 2. Sam Reaper, Irvlngton. John P. Simon, Algona, Rt. 1. Robt. Runchey, Algona, Rt. 1. Mrs. Marie Rosewall, Algona. Geo. Foertsch, Wesley. E. W. Dreyer, Charles City. G. W. Banwart, Algona. G. E. Hayne, Algona, Rt. 1. P. C, Gellenfeldt, Lakota. Harry Sabin, Algona, Rt. 2. Joe Dietrich, Algona. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Algona. Herman F. Wlrtjes, Lakota. R, 8. Leibrand, Buffalo Center. Helko Adams, Buffalo Center. Garfleld Erlckson, Swea City. NOW WITH PAINTS Make your horn* sparkle. 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V«ta» Rah* fedmhbwd •«•>*•*»*. •»«••• vril | RESTORE VARNISHED FLOORS IMT bardrad fewf «t ifnt wllto uaikv let v <•• *•!•»• MMIII *MH»V«Mtt Death Occurred Friday At Age of 75; Born In Wisconsin Fenton: Funeral services for Christina Iverson were held from the home on Sunday afternoon «t 1:30 o'clock, and in the Fentofi Methodist church at 2,15 p. m. Interment was In the cemetery south of town, Rev. Snyder in of the services. charge 3 AT OTTOSEN ARE ROCHESTER HOSP.PATIENTS Eileen Schneider, Jack Ryg, Mrs. Holden Under Treatment Ottosen: Eileen Schneider, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schneider, was taken to Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a major operation. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Jack Ryg went to Rochester on Monday to go through the clinic. Mrs. Seval Holden was taken to Rochester Sunday where she will undergo an operation. Boy*' Team Honored The boys' basketball team was honored with a banquet Saturday Mrs. Iverson was born in Dane county, Wisconsin, March 15, 1882. Her death occurred last Friday, April 2, at the age of 75 years. She was united in marriage to Oliver Iverson in 1891, while living In Perry, WIs. They lived at Rock Valley, Iowa, for a number of years, and their first child, Otto, was born there. They then moved to Valley Springs, S. D., returning later to Shell Valley and then Haifa, Iowa. Later Mr. Iverson bought a farm three miles west of Fenton. Mrs. Iverson was a member of the Methodist church. Her husband preceded her In death In 1905. Surviving are three sons. Otto and Darwin of Cylinder, and Bonner of Graettinger, and four sisters, Carrie Johnson of Colfax, WIs., Berthlna Benson of Mt Horeb, 111., Annie Matson of Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Theo. Johnson of Cylinder, and also one brother. Forward 4-H Club The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Saturday, April 3at the home of Donna Jean Bailey, with Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod as hostess. The following program was given: Suggestions for Flower Containers, by Marie Fauerby; health talk, "Care of Hands" by Mary Ann Bohn; music by Tusnelda Kabelttz; poetry, Irene Krause, Marie Fauerby and Irene Bleckwenn. The hostess served a delicious luncheon. Under Quarantine The Carl Kern home was again placed under scarlet fever quarantine Saturday. The son, Lloyd, has the sickness. Helen Kern was seriously ill with scarlet fever during January and February, but has fully recovered. On Sunday Raymond Prlebe took sick with scarlet fever and his home Is quarantined. His mother, Mrs. Carl Prlebe, is caring for him and Mrs. Prlebe, as the latter is recovering from an appendicitis operation. Toe* Smashed Henry Berghofer suffered a painful accident Sunday morning when he dropped an endgate from a truck on his foot, smashing several St. Benedict Card Party Prizes Go To Wesley Couple St. Benedict: A good sized crowd attended the card party given at the school hall last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McMahon of Wesley were winners In bridge and Colleen Hood won door prize. The last card party will be given tonight (Tuesday). Louise Huschka spent last Wednesday with her friend. Verna Eischen near Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch and family of Tltonka spent Sunday at the Henry Seller home. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer of Wesley Is spending some time at the home of her son, Harry and family. Mrs. E. F. Rahm and son. Clare of Des Moines were Saturday afternoon visitors at the P. F. Immerfall home. Leo Ludwlg had the misfortune. Saturday morning, to slip and fall on the Ice and he broke both bones in his leg near tne ankle. Mary Ann Ventelcher, who has been employed in Wisconsin, came home last week and spent Monday with her aunt, Mrs, George Arndorfer. A large crowd from this vicinity attended the wedding dance at Wesley last Thursday evening given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wlllger, who were married recently. M. Wlllger and his bride are at home on his father's farm near LuVerne. Auto Jack Slips Armstrong: When an automobile jack slipped down onto his hand while he was jacking up a car, Stanley Gracjowski trom here received two smashed fingers. Mrs. M. I. Riddle nnd Mrs. Arnold Snndrrs, LuVorno. thp Peter Loofts, Swea City, and the Rimer Hansens. Algonn. were Sunday guests nt the C. O. Riddle home. The Frank Flaips, Lone Rork, visited Sudnay at the Mrs. Cnrrie Ackermann home. The Robert Ackermanns visited at the Cnnrnrt Heerdt home In the Good Hope neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettoher, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald were entertained Monday evening at the R. A. Blelch home. It was Mr. Bleich's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiestedt, Marshall, Minn., the LeRoy Jensens of Lone Rock and Wm. Elvidge were Sunday dinner guests at the C. B. Chipman home. Mrs. Wie- stedt Is Mrs. Chipman's cousin. Mrs. Earl Miller. John and May- beline, Ruth Schroeder and Clarence Riddle stopped at Boone for the week end on the way back from the music contest at Nevada and visited relatives of Mr. Miller. The E. E. Kearns family xvas Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Dau home. The Onus recently returned from a four months' visit at Harrison, Arkansas, the home of Mrs. Dau's son, George White. The Woman's Home Missionary society will hold Its annual mite box opening at the M. E. church laturday afternoon, at which all hose having mite boxes and the nembers of the Queen Esther and *ome Guards will attend. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gorman ac- :ompanlcd*Mr. and Mrs. Oscar *eln, Kanawha. and Mr. and Mrs. larry Stanberry, Clarion, to Des Molnes last Thursday, where they ttended a Square Deal Mutual In- urance Co. convention. They re- urned Friday. BURT MUSICIANS RATE EXCELLENT BHCONTESTS Boys, Girls Glee Clubs, Sextette, Mary Ann Smith Honored l&d guests w«fe the m and Supt. Truesdell. Aid Sale, Uth The Lutheran Ladles' Aid meet- Ing and food sale will be held at the Lutheran church parlors Wednesday afternoon, April 14. Hostesses will be Mrs. M. Bratland, Mrs. Henry Knuteson George Satern. and Mrs. O. P. C. Meeting The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson Thursday afternoon. The lesson, "The Delight Found in Books," was given by Mrs. Roalna Truesdelt, and special music by Mrs. Hawthorne. A surprise was also given by the hostess. Ho* Cast Removed W. H. Wehrepann was taken to Fort Dodge Friday by the Skaug- stad ambulance where he had the cast removed from his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rolt were callers at Humboldt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig spent Sunday Rolfe. at the Young home in Employ a reputable painter and specify Devoe's Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson and daughter, Lois, visited at Pomeroy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellin? Martinsen of Swea City, visited at Che Peter Holt home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann and son, Donald, were shoppers in Algona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and sons visited at the Steward home in Rutland Sunday. Erlck Dahl and son, Oscar went to Algona Tuesday and brought home a new Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingaen and sona of Burt spent Sunday at the Ole Ellingsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl and children visited at the Tom Dahl home at Elmore, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. W. P. Truesdell and Mrs. Clarence Purdy were hostesses to the Community Ladies Aid Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter. Patty Ann, of West Bend spent Sunday at the Peter Holt home. The W. W. T. 800 club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Truosdell Thursday evening. Mrs. Kramer was assistant hostess. Fairview M. & D. Club Held Banquet Fairview: Fairview Mothers and daughter* upheld the'r reputation tor a large atendance at the Mother-Daughter banquet held at the M. B. church at Corwith on last Tuesday evening. The banquet is an annual •vent and Fairview always well r«praant*d. Mr. and Mr* Kwwuth mtactalud toes, jury. A doctor attended the In- 4 Bone* Die Thompson, o* ~ living east onlng. rom corn •talk pota- The Herman Gade family attend ed a birthday party for Hugo Gade at Algona Saturday. Henry Reimers left this week on Tuesday for Mankato to attend a lumbermen's convention. Carol! Wander of Algona spent Friday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach spent the week end with the Howard Reeder family at Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bauman and family of Rlngsted spent Sunday at th« Henry Berghofers. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Reimers and children at Burt. Richard Hengel suffered a painful Injury to his knee last week when he felly and \a unable to walk. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Losse and son, Kenneth of Laktt City spent Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder. Mrs. Andrew Wallace of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mr*. Edward Meyer visited at the Maurice Wallace home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGovern and son, Mickey of Whlttemore, spent Sunday with Mrs. McGovern's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and son, Marlin, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Wegener's, Algona. Walter Lack, teacher of the Lu theran school, attended a teacher's meeting at Fort Dodge Wednesday to Saturday. Teacher Schmlel of Lotta Creek also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hause and family of Woolstock and Mr. und Mm. Robert Ball and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Gade home. Ivadel Bolte rcpreuented the parochial school at the county spelling contest in Algona Monday. She la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Bolte, west of town. Dr. J. A. Mueller took Lorraine Wegener to the Kossuth hospital Saturday afternoon, and Lorraine underwent an appendicitis operation. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mm. C. F. Wegener. Mr. and Mra. James Conway and family excepting the baby, spent Saturday and Sunday at Winonu, Minn., visiting their daughter and siter, Mary Conway, studying to be a nurse at St. Teresa't College. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and son, Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod attended the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Ax at Klemme Sun- Burt: A number of Burt people took loads of the members of the various high school music groups to Nevada Friday, where they took part in the music contest. The girls and boys' glee clubs, mixed chorus, sextette, Mary Ann Smith and Robert Gray sang. They received no superior rating*, but had four excellents, the girls' and boys' glee club, sextette and Mary Ann receiving the awards. Lakota Boy to Preach WlUl* Phelps preached Sunday at th« Presbyterian church during the abMoc* of tha R*v. JoMOh XteM^wtoo to Juwt^ »v wwi^* WMk* 1 f«*t with rclatlvM in Mln nesota and South Dakota. The ion of Rev. Frerklng, Lakota, will nl the pulpit next Sunday. Conservation Meeting The Conservation League wil hold Its monthly meeting Monday evening In the Legion hall. Conservation pictures taken by the Rev. W. G. Muhleman on Union Slough and at the various dams which have been built recently, will be shown. zM from Storm Lnke. where she hrui spent n week nt the home of her sister. Mrs. Philip Thornton nnd family. Rose Kutschnra spont the week end nt the Dnl> Thompson home and Saturday evening she entertained several couples nt a curd party nt the Thompson homo, after which lunch was served. A Sunday School contest will he held during April and May and sides were chosen Sunday morning, Wilbur Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvey Steven, came home Inst week, from Chicago where he had been a student at the diesel engineering school for several weeks. He finished his coune. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, F.verett and Wilbur were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Merriam home near Corwith. The dinner was given in honor of Mr. Merriam's birthday and there were 33 In attendance. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson pent Monday In Mason City on business. Otto Neuman Is able to be about again after being on the sick list few days last week. Edith Greenfield spent Monday fternoon and evening at the Dale fhompson home east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb attended the funeral of Mrs. Blanche Crose at Algona, last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Holcomb of -.Ivermore were guests Sunday aft- irnoon and evening at the Sim 3emls home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and children spent Sunday with Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. Grace Green, near LuVerne. Lois Miller returned Sunday oowowowwo^xroawwvow^ At the Bottom Liko a man digging a well, whenever I start something I go to the bottom of it. I know my shoes. I come from a shoe family. All my relatives were shoe makers in New Bedford. Mass. Fifty years ago I was setting on the bench helping to make boots that we sold for $6.00 to $8.00 a pair. I have sold shoes on the road as a traveling man. All my life I have been connected with shoes. I am a graduate of the old school and all of the old timers are stickers for quality. It Is quality first with ma. I love a good shoe. I like to sell shoes but they have to fit If I sell them. I would rather lose a sale than to sell a misfit. In buying I look for lines that fit and have quality to back It up. Of course In modern merchandising we have to keep up with Lizzie so style enters Into the deal In a big way. The American people have become style minded. They will buy anything that appeals to the eye, but behind this we have to know that there is wearing quality In each pair. We have to protect our customers so they will come back and continue to trade with us. We know our trade and naturally buy styles to suit them. We buy from factories that study vogue. When ever they produce a new pattern we get a sample to buy from or reject as we see fit. In this way we keep up to date all the time. We never have old shoes In stock. Our volume carries out any shoe that may prove to be a slow seller. If It Is a foul ball, mark it down. It will soon move out. It does not pay to let them get old. The older they get the more you lose on them. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN &OK8X&0(&Ct&&^^ Dr. Cretzmeyer waa a professional caller in Burt Sunday. Frances Vaughn spent the week end at the Frank Bahllng home. Supt. Brlggs, Oilman, spent the week end at the W. O. Hulin home. The Home Guards met with Shirley Hansen Friday afternoon after school. Mrs. Enos Wrede entertained the Fortnightly club last week Friday afternoon. *Mrs. Edgar Inlay, Lakota, apenl Monday with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. George Gray. The L. A. and W. W. Boettchers spent Sunday at the E. C. Weisbrod home in Fenton. The F. A. Ringsdorfa and Emil Persons were Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd Duncan home. The Rev. and Mrs. Cyril McNary, West Beud, visited Monday at the Rev. Thoburn Speichcr home. Blanch McFarland apent the week end with Mra. Joe Beitz at the home of her father, L. R. Uan- ieia. The Carl Reynolds family are moving into the house being vacated by the A. C. Bierstedts, who aru moving to Lakota, Mm. Earl Ackernianri and little daughter, Janet Lee returned home from the Ko.isuth hospital last week Wednesday. Eleanor Vogel returned to her college work at Urlimull, Sunday, after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. K. Vogel. The Fred Lavrenz carpenter crew has secured a contract fur building and repair work near Thompson for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Cora Hunsen spent several days last week at the L. H. Schenck home. Mrs. Schenck had an operation performed on her wrist ru- cently. Mrs. F. L. Pratt returned Sunday from Runnels, where she hud been culled by the Illness of her daughter, Marildu, who Is u teacher there. Raemond Koestler and u fellow teacher at Titonka, Miss Amunson, spent the week end with Raemond'u day. Mra. Mrs. Elmer WeUbrod and Ax ar« slaters. a group ol friends and a& a& auiuJttWR *IMjfi%ir Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnkt entertained Thursday evening at supper with the following attending: Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Brunn and Mr. and MM. Adolpn Putt and families, Mr. and Mr* Walter Peril, Mr. and Mrs, Rudolph Hanover and MM. Mary Brunn and son, Mt*. XMUCMB WM a wh*» *Ue lived parents, Mr. and Koestler. Mra. George Tbe Royce Babcocks returned on Sunday from a three weeks' vacation spent in California. Mr. Babcock Ll counseled with the CCC camp at Bancroft The C. B. Hofmauns, Marshall, Ind., arrived Sunday and spent a day or two wt UM Rev. G. H. Wes- M! horn*, before moving to their home w**t of Burt Mrs. Anna R*im«r* want to Swea City, Monday, to amist at the golden wedding anniversary of her par- ant*, Mr. and Mrs. P«Ur Looft. which occurr* Wednwday. SUITS and COATS Regularly $10.95 to $17.95 ,90 A definite opportunity for smart women who really want a "BUY" 'in coats and suits. No need to tell yon that tailoring, fit, fabric and STYLUS are TOl'NOTCIl • . • and at these VALUE SKNSATION prices . . . early shoppers lii'st choice. Both suits and coats in navy, black, grey, heitfo, slate blue and new tweeds. 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