The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 29,1937 North East * Kossuth Pa^e TOTS UNDER TEN SERVE "TEA" AT LAKOTA CHURCH Juniors Hold Program, Raise $8 In the Process Claas Steenhard funeral At Lakota Last Saturday Lakota: The junior Christian Endeavor held a silver tea in the parlors of the •Presbyterian church, from 2 to 4 o'clock Saturday and put on the following program: Music by the Rhythm band; group singing; piano solo, Dorothy Schroeder; piano solo, John Wortman; musical skit, "Sparking Peggy Jane," Wayne and Wanda Heetland; scripture lesson, Dorothy Woodworth; Lord's Praper in concert; piano duet, "Jingle Bells," Dorothy Schroeder and Don Wortman; vocal solo, Darlene Geerdes; vocal duet, Jane Steenhard and Wanda Heetland; vocal duet, "Baby's Prayer," Fanchion and Fanstlne Heetland; vocal solo, Ruby Daniels accompanied by her brother, Donald; piano solo, "Sweet Bye and Bye" Virgil Wirtjes. Following the program, the juniors served tea, coffee, sandwiches and cake from a prettily decorated table with lace cloth and pink decorations. Gretchen Rlppentrop and Ruby Daniels poured, and they were assisted In serving by Jane Steenhard, Wanda Heetland, Dorothy Schroeder, Dorothy Woodworth, Bernadlne Gerzema, Fanchion and Fanstlne Heetland. Betty Kienltz and Evelyn Daniels sold home made candy. Don Wortman wore a cook's cap and apron and handed out the serving trays. The juniors are all under 10 years of age and they put on a very nice program and served the tea as nicely as little young ladles and gentlemen could do it and were very happy to find the money dish contained $8.00. Mrs. Frerking is sponsor for the Ifttle folks. Grant Seniors Make Tour in Des Moines Over Past Week End Grant: Five of the members of the senior class including Vern Anderson, Marjorie Mino, Lemuel Read, Rueben Pederson and Alvin lichardson, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand to Des Moines this week end. They left Friday morning and returned Sunday evening. Some of the places of interest they visited were: the capitol building, the historical building, the WHO, KRNT, and KSO radio stations and the Register & Tribune building. On Saturday evening they enjoyed hearing the WHO barn x dance at the Shrine auditorium. Former Lakotan Writes of Mishap Lakota: A letter received here last week from Mrs. F. O. Johnson formerly of Lakota, now of Anthon Iowa, was written while the family was at Knoxvllle attending the funeral of her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Pringle. She also reports that her mother, injured In an automobile accidently recently, was recovering although slowly. Her sister, Naomi Pringle, left Friday with an aunt for California, where •ho will be employed as reglsterec nurse. The Prlngles are all wel known here. Wife, Mother and Eight Brothers, Sisters Are Surviving Hebron News are Duane Stewart spent the week end at his home In Bristow. James Stelner attended the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Berhow are the proud parents of a baby boy born Saturday, April 24. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jacobson and children visited Sunday evening at the Arden Reynolds home. Misses Mary Jane Lewis and Helen Larson Vere shopping in Minneapolis over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg and children visited at the Paul Selberg home In Swea City recently. Miss Marjorie Barger spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Barger. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jacobs and daughter, Donna May, visited Sunday at the Donald Jacobs home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and children visited Sunday at the O. Waterbury home at Welcome, Minn. Mrs. Mabel Mlno and sons, Harold and Leslie, were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Mlno home. Miss Helen Briggs, who teaches school In Aurelia, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reynolds and Willabelle Logan visited Sunday at the Rudolph Hardt home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Pederson of Klester, Minn., and Nels Pederson of Fairmont, visited Sunday at the Andrew Pederson home. W. C. Nelson and Mrs. Bernlco Hicks and son, Bobby, spent the v/eek end In Minneapolis visiting at the J. D. Cash home. Mrs. Nelson, who has been visiting with her daughter the past week, returned home with them. Lakota: Clans Steenhard, who passed away at his home Friday morning from heart trouble was born in Bundarhamreich, Germany, September 14, 1S84, and was 52 years of age when he died. When he was five years old »-e r.ime with his parents to Ackley and lived near there 11 years when they moved to a farm south of tovvn where his parents lived until retirement several years ago. Mr. Steenhard was united in marriage with Lena Johnson November 28, 1921, and they made their home on their farm two miles north of town until the spring of 1929 when because of his ill health he was forced to Hiove to town and purchased a home south of the school house. Everything possible was done to alleviate his suffering and to effect a cure but to no avail. Three sisters and two brothers preceded him In death and his father, John Steenhard, who passed away In 1933. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, his mother, Mrs. John Steenhard, Sr.; four brothers, John Jr., Harm and Dick, living near Lakota and Jasper, near Swea City; and four sisters, Mrs. Ike Harms and Lena who cares for her mother, Lakota, Mrs. Fred Lursen, Adrian, Minn., and Mrs. Henry Ahlfs, Woden, and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church, Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, by the pastor Rev. O. H. Frerking. The Rev. Frerking used as his subject, "The Resurrection and the Life." The male quartette, Jerry Heetland, Jerry Ukena, George Ennen and I. E. Wortman sang "Going Down the Valley" and "Life's Railway to Heaven", and Mrs. Frerking sang "At the Cross" in German. Inter ment was made in Maple Hill com r'.ery. Grant News Shower for Bride A miscellaneous shower honoring Viola Weaver was held Saturday afternoon at the parental Sam -Weaver home. About 25 guests were present Viola Is to be married Friday at Fort Dodge to Gilbert Anderson. A wedding supper will be served that night at the home of the bride's parents. The young couple will be at home at Fort Dodge where the groom is cm- ployed. Farm Bureau Meeting The Farm Bureau Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. A. Nitz with Mesdamcs Jake Telcamp nnd Jerry Heetland assisting, A demonstration of making foot stools and magazine racks out of Hong Kong grass was given and found to be very interesting. floes Under Knife Esther Junkermeler underwent a serious operation at the Mankato hospital Friday, and Is recovering nicely. Mi^BB^^HiMHBB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^™* GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY Horse and Buggy Days Under head of April 15, 1937, The Lakota Record, Horse and Buggy Days, we find a notice for cemetery taxes due written by the secretary of the association, Mrs. Delia Smith, April 16, 1914, twenty-three years ago. Mrs. Smith was elected secretary-treasurer 26 years ago and has served ever since, not only as secretary, but she also super vises the platting of lots, the sell ing of lota, etc., and much of th credit for the beauty of Maple Hi! cemetery Is due to her untiring ef forts in that work. Arlene Lewis was sick with th flu over the week end and unde the care of a doctor. Mesdamcs Jerry Heetlnnd, Jerry Ukena and Jake Telcamp were Blue Earth shoppers Friday after noon. Fern nnd Lawrence Lewis, Gert rude and Calvin Ukena and Mar garet Schroeder drove to Spence Saturday afternoon to attend < Christian Endeavor conference. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Swea City, attended the funeral of Claa Steenhard, Sunday. The Torine and Steenhards were neighbor when both families lived north o town. The Rev. and Mrs. Gernld Uken and son of Jcsup came Sunday fo u visit with their relatives. Geral had charge of the services at th Presbyterian church, Sunday eve . and Chair Over 100 Yrs. At Laokta Display Lakota: Mesdamcs Lou Nitz an Jake Telcamp. two Ledyard tovvn hliiji local leaders, held a follow-u training school at the Mrs. Nit home Friday afternoon with 2 women attending. Several new women were out t the meeting and several benche were made, using the Hong Kon grass for weaving the scuts. An old ladder-back chair, well over 300 years old, was on exhibition and will have a new seat woven in it as the-old rush seat is worn out. The two leaders served sandwiches, cake and coffee ut the close of the lesson. Mrs. Jake Telcamp has had a large loom made nnd is weaving floor size rugs with it. She also rnude several small table unners with the small loom. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bosma the parents of a baby. Albin Nelson was n week end visitor with his mother. Hardy Jordahl is the owner of a new Allis-Chalmers tractor. Olin Osland was under the weather a few days last week. Esther Anderson visited Jimmle and Bertha Badje last Sunday. Jennie Badje assisted Mrs. Henry Woodwick last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent last Friday In Algona on business. Lars Egesdahl helped his son, Caylon, dehorn some cattle last week. Carl and Leonard Anderson have been busy building a new brooder house. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge nm Janice spent Sunday at the Adrian Hauskins. Lillie Nelson is assisting Mrs George Bowers with housecleanlng this week. Oscar Frandle and family spent Thursday night at the Clarence Havelands. Be'rtel Osland visited last Saturday with his friends, Wallace and Gordon Quam. Carl Boehm has been on the sick 1st for a number of days but is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hanson and amlly spent last Sunday at the Selmer Mathesons. Alfred Christ was the lucky one o receive $100 In cash at Lakota ast Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson and 'amily were Sunday dinner guests of Tom Thompsons. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthun and 'amily spent last Sunday with Grandma Mllthun near Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Matheson and family visited Wednesday night ivith the Clarence Boettchers. Mrs. William Boehm and some of :he children spent last Sunday aft- :rnoon with Mrs. Ida Jordahl. Mrs. Ed Simser spent last Wcd- icsday afternoon with her mother- n-law, when entertained the club. Quite a number from this locality attended the funeral of Clarence Olson last Thursday in Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje and family visited Sunday evening at the George and Joe Johnson home near Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl have been at Rochester taking treatment the past week, but returned home last Tuesday. Mrs. Gust Nelson is assisting with the work at the Lars Egesdah home while Mrs. Egesdahl is a Rochester, taking treatment. Guests for dinner last Sunday with Mrs. Gust Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wells, Helen and Alfred Christ and Harry Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Legried and sons of Oakland, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Havclan;! and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Frandles. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Larson are now getting settled on the Lunning place which he bought last fall. He has been having some repair work done on the place. Jonas Johnson has been doing the work. Lemuel Reed spent Sunday nt his home in Lyle, Minn. Joseph Krebsbach of Swen City visited Sunday at the Seveit Holm home. Mr. nn8 Mrs. Dclbert Hunt visited Sunday at L. Moore home in Armstrong. The Andrew Pederson family visited Sunday at the Milton Olson home in East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boevcr and children visHed Sunday at the Henry Reutzel home. Dorothy Cohvell visited Saturday night and Sunday at the Hugh Colwell home in Algona. Mrs. Jack Wellington and children of Minneapolis are keeping house for Rueben Luttcr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speicher and children visited Sunday at the John Speicher home in Fairmont. The Grant baseball team won the second game of the season by defeating the Ledyard team 14 to 2. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall nnd sons, Ray, Dean and Arlen. visited Sunday evening at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engstrom and children visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Henry Skaggs in Sherburn. Miss Alava Farrington of Haifa spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Farrington. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand and children, Patsy and Phillip, visited Sunday at the G. Hnmnnd home in Mason City. Mrs. Mnry Bnrgrr, Mrs. .lonnic McCrary nnd son. Walter of Swen | City were Sunday dinner guests nt j the A. G. Farrington home. j Mrs. J. D. Cash of Minneapolis visited Sunday nt the W. C. Nelson home. Mrs. Nelson returned to Minneapolis to visit for two weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Cash. Sunday dinner guests at tho Arden Reynolds home included Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt nnd son. Mnrlin of Swea City. James and Wallace Reynolds nnd Mrs, Carter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Montgomery and children and Miss Lucillr F.hort of Blue Enrth nnd Glen Mino and Miss Penrl Weinrr of Lone Rork \vcro Sunday dinner guests nt tho Mabel Mino home. VYY^J^^^ HIDES -- WOOL TO? 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