The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 7, 1931
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The Upper Pes Moines-Republican, January 7, 1931 SOCIE Marie Paine, George free Wed— A weddlhg announcement which came as a surprise i» their many friends Was that of Miss Marie Paine, only daughter of County Recorder Mrs Laura Paine and George Free, only 60ft Of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Free • The young people In company with Wm. Steele drove to Emmetsburg on Tuesday, December 23, and were married. Marie has been attending Iowa '.State College at Ames for the pas year and a half, where she is affiliated with the Chi Omega sorority. Geo Is a student at the University of Iowa "where he Is taking a course in pharmacy, which he will complete next year. He Is a member of the Sigma Uu social fraternity. Both young peo- . pie were graduated in 1020 from the Algona high school where they took nn acfclve part in the extra currictilar affairs. During his last two years In high school George was employed in the K. D. ames drug store. He returned to the University of Iowa on Monday to continue his college work. Mrs. Free will so (o Iowa City the last of the week to join him and they will be at home In a furnished apartment. They have the best wishes of their many friends here. Celebrate 58th Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt entertained at a four course dinner New Year's day In honor of Mrs. Sorstedt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walters, who that day celebrated their flfty-eighth wedding anniversary. • Among the guests were their children, Mr. and L. Walters and aughters, Phyllis and Wlnnifred; Mrs. C. V. Maurer and her Former Atpona. Girl Wcd>- Miss Dorothy Seward, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Seward, former Algonians, no wllvlng at Laurens, and Lloyd Anderson of Albert City were married January 3 at the Laurens M. E. churlh. The event fell on the date of the Sewards' twenty-fifth weddln? anniversary and on Rev. Seward's sixtieth birthday. In the evening following the ceremonv a reception in charge of the Ladies' Aid, was held at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Seward were presented with n silver set in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Pastors from some of the neighboring towns were present including Rev. W. H. Lease, district superintendent of Algona. Frank Hofius 1 Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius of Union township entertained a mimbf.r of their relatives at a six-thirty dinner New Year's day which has been their custom for several years. Those in attendance were Mr. nnd Mrs. Garret Denrehs of Algona, parents of Mrs. Hofius; Mrs. Mayme Hofius of Burt. mother of Frank; Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. DcGrnw and daughters, Mildred and Mnbcl of Algona; the Claude and Henry Denrclis families; Mr. nnd Mrs. Lk)-d Elston nnd children, Eleanor nnd Elton of Burt; Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Taylor and son of Union; Cecil Mc- Glnnis and Maynard Stephenson of Algonn. Five Hundred Party— The Misses Irene and Marguerite Jaiziel entertainer} sixteen girls at a live hundred party recently at thel Condensed Statement of the Condition of the IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa On cfil.1 of the Superintendent of Banking December 3l, 1930 RESOURCES. CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT- IT. S. Government Bonds $341.000.00 Municipal and State Bonds __ (>1,200.00 Commercial Paper 14,000.00 Cash and due from Banks . _ 250,638.31 $666,838.31 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS ON IMPROVED REAL ESTATE ____. 143,200.00 LOANS TO CUSTOMERS 282,639.25 STOCK IN FEDERAL RESERVE BANK _ 2,100.00 OVERDRAFTS __ _ 3 31 BANKING HOME . 15.000.00 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 5,500.00 LIABILITIES. CAPITAL STOCK $ 50,000.00 SURPLUS 35,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 6,692.79 DEPOSITS 1,023,588.08 $1,115,280.87 $1,115,280.87 daughter, Opal, all of Sioux City; M home._ Prizesjvere won by Helen Mor and Mrs. C. Otis Parker of Des Moin es and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walter and son, Leonard of Indlanola. Othe guests who were nephews and niece included Norman Walters, Mr. an Mrs. R. Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Phi Walters of Sioux City. Patty an James Casey, Jr., are the great grand children of the elder Mr. and Mrs Walters and were hero from Sioux City with their parents, Mr. nnrl Mrs J. R. Casey. Pink and green decorations were used in the color scheme During the afternoon two selections were dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Walters from Yankton. Mrs. Walters is seventy-eight and Mr. Walters is eighty-six. The guests returned to their homes Friday and Saturday. Neuroth-RaJim Nuptials— Miss Rosalia Neuroth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neuroth, well known Algona formers, and Magnus Rahm, son of Mrs. Joseph Rahm, Jr., of St. Benedict; were married Tuesday morning, January 6, at the, St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona. The ceremony was read by Father T. J. Davern in the presence of fifty guests. The bride wore a gown of coral chiffon with a black hat and black slippers, and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white sweet peas. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Esther, .who wore a gown of green flat crop3 with black hat and slippers, nnd co.r- iried a bouquet, of pink "carnations. Ecl- .ward Immerfall, cousin of the groom. was. the best man. After the ceremony a three course wedding breakfast was •ed at. the home of the bride's par- row, Esther Dearchs and Sara Doran. Other guests were Elaine Isaacson, Edna Gilmore, Helen Becker, Eleanor Backus, Bernice Harrington Irma Dee Roupe, Helen Goeders, Helen Duughan, Delores DeMctt, Josephine Chubb and Virginia Good. Refreshments were served late in the evening. Mothers and Daughters Club — After a holiday vacation the Union Mothers and Daughters club will re- ume their regular meetings. The next neeting will be held January 15 at the lome of Mary Leason in Algona with Mayme Steinman as assisting hostess The program will be as follows: roll all, "My Biggest Thrill"; paper, Sketches of Interesting People," bv •ranees Gould; "Pioneer Days," Ida Vinkie. Sr.; poem. "Out to Old Aunt Gary's" by Kate Jenkinson. ntertalncd Club— Mrs. Ralph Brown entertained her lib Thursday, December 18, at n hrsitmas party. The evening was playing bridge. Mrs. Howard airy won the first prize, and Mrs. ohn Hardgrove, the second high. Mrs. eo Swanson of Whlttemore drew the ut prize. Lunch was served at the cse of the evening, and gifts were? .stributed from the Christmas tree. ivcrdale E!?cfs Officers— The Lone Fagles club of Rlvordale et at the home of lire. Russell Maxell Saturday, January 3. New offic- rs arc as follows: president, Elizabeth Cash or its equivalent $ 666,838.31 Deposits $1,023,588.08 UPON THE MERITS OF THE ABOVE STATEMENT WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford children of St. Paul. Dehnert After a two ents. Relatives from out of town vsr3 I Leners; secr?t?.ry-trcast:rer, Ivy Pat,,_ __. ,,_.. -,,,~... J „_,..._ . -'tcrson; vice pre-'.dent, Alberta Boldridge; ne\vs reporter, Ilda Patterson; historian. Wans. Patterson. The club •.Till give a program in the near future. Refreshments \ver3 served. 'iVoman's Club— The Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday night at seven-thirty. Toe program will be "on South America. Mrs. May Walker will talk on "Life on Shipboard" and Will Walker on "Impressions of South Ameri- weeks' wedding trip to St. Paul the couple will be at home near St. Bsr.e- di.ct where the groom is farming. Dancing Party— The Misses Leona Lichter, Bernice Harrington, Madonna Quinn and Sara Doran were hostesses Tuesday evening, December 30 at a carnival dancing party given at the K. of C. hall. Music for the occasion was furnished by a radio-victrola combination. Punch was served during the evening, and ice cream and cake before the guests departed. The guests included the Misses Josephine Murtagh, Janet Zcr- fass, Mary Rice, Irma Dee Roupe Gertrude Kenefick, Dorothy Sellstrom. Loretta Howie, Helen Becker, Eleanor Backus, Frances lender, Dorothy Mangan and Caroline Todd from Iowa Falls, Jack Hilton, Jack Eurtis, Bill Cliff, Hoyt Raney, Claire Blossom, Lawrence Misbach, Masnus Lie-liter. Perry White, Merle Pott'-r, Joe 5h n p- pard, Harold Blinkman. Lewis Moor;?, Eugene Nelson, John Mungr.n, Kvl» Keith, Eugene Pearson. Donald an-'. Roland White of Fall.;, and Gco. Kanouff of Omaha. •Ellison-Stehle Nuptials— Announcements wore received in Algona recently of the marrir.'.;? cf Vernon Stehle, son of Mr. and "MI-. S. J. Stehle and Etta Lorene Ellison. dau:'h- ter of Frank Ellison of Algona which took place December '2'2. at the Presbyterian parsonage in Washiivrion, D. C., the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Cummings. The co'jplo v.-cre at home after the first of the year at 1300 Ridgeplace, AnncasHa Apartments. The bride has made her home in Algona for the past three years y.'ith Miss Jessie Smith, end the past two years was jj-^pVjyed at the Algona Ic? Cream Fa'cuury. ' Her father is a painter and paper hanger here. Vernon was graduated from the Algona hi'.-i school in 1922. Dunn;: the pasi yea- he has been employed by the United States Naval band ns a saxophone soloist. A few mont!:. r : a:-o he pkived £t Mason City -nth the land. lollies' Aid— The Congregational Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday, January 8, at three o'clock at the church. A business meeting will be followed by v;ill meet on Algonian's Father Died in Whit.tem.ore. Whittemore, January 6. Special: Joseph Walters passed away at his ionic in this city Monday morning about five o'clock. Mr. Walters had )cen suffering for a long time with chronic heart and kidney trouble. The past summer he seemed to be in fair(rood health, but a few weeks ago vas taken ill again. He was born in 'idell, Illinois on January 3, 1864, hav- ng celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday °-st Saturday. His parents were Petr and Mary Walters. On May 29, P94, he was united in marriage to Miss -Telen Paradies at Cabery, Illinois. They made their home in Odell until 900, when they came to LuVerne. They lived there four years when they novecl to a farm southwest of Whittemore. Two years la,ter they moved to Whittemnre and this has been their home. Mr. Walters followed the trad n of tiling and for the past five years was employed at the John Dre\v billiard parlors where he was well known by both old and young. He was a very cheerful person and always had a smile and a good word for everyone. He leaves to mourn his passing his widow and two children, Leo, who lives in Alfona and Geneva, who teaches and lives nt, home. There is one grandson, Durwood Walters of Al<rona. The_only living member of Mr. Walters' family is one sister, Miss Anna Walters. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church Wednesday morning. Rev. Father William Veit reading the renuiem mass. Pall bearers were Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Helsand. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Enger, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Grofstal and Mrs. Chris Kinseth. all of Bode; Mrs. Theo. Evanson and Mrs. Chris Haugen of Ottosen. Presbyterian Church. The winter months offer the church a great opportunity of study and advancement. Let us avail ourselves of these moments of quiet meditation. The morning theme, "A Fruitful Vine." Evening-—The Y. P. S. C. E. is open for all of the youth of the church. Sermon theme, Expository ' thou^lhts continued on the Book of Colossians. —J. L. Coleman, minister. UNION NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius were Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Elston family at Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Stagel of Deer- fleld, Illinois, came Nevr YeaT's" dav for a visit at the Emil Stoffel home. The men are bi-others. Miss Minnie Schick of Plum Creek was a guest of Miss Julia Coady last Tuesday and they attended a party in Algona in the evening. Sylvester Arndorfer, Anthony Stoffel and John Muenster gave a dance at the Sexton hall to their friends last Friday evening. A good time was reported. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid. Rev. A. J. Arndorfer and his house keeper, Miss Elizabeth Eich of Charter Oak spent last week end with rela- vives here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller spent Monday at Titonka at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr.- and Mrs. Martin Bleich. Mr. and Mrs. John Witte of Chi- CMO came last week Tuesday to spend New Year's day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Witte, Sr. Jacob Simons, Jr., returned last Friday to Camp Dodge after spending a month's furlough with his mother, Mrs. Mary Simons and other relatives. Miss Estella Simons, who has been employed near Carroll came home last week to spend New Year's day at the home cf her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr and T. F. Howard were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Miller of near Plum Creek Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Venteicher drove to Estherville Friday evening where on Saturday morning they attended the funeral of a cousin of the ladies. Mrs. J. O. Downs and daughter, Mercia Ann, left last Friday for their home at Indiana Harbor, Indiana. They were accompanied by Mrs. Downs' tables. A lovely lunch was served and a good time enjoyed by all. The alumni of the Swea City high school held an enjoyable dancing party at the Legion hall on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Winter acted as chaperones. An. enjoyable evening was spent with about forty- five in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benson of Brainerd, Minnesota, spent a few days visiting at the C. W. Lundquist home. They were returning; from Rock Island, 111., where they obtained a boy from the children's home. They have adopted him and friends are congratulating them. The boy will have a wonderful home with this worthy couple. Mrs. Benson is a daughter of Mrs. C. A. Holm. The funerla of Mrs. Chris Lien of Bancroft was held Saturday afternoon frpm the Immanuel Lutheran church, with Rev. R. Swanson in charge. Mrs. Lien formerly lived here, but moved to Bancroft last fall. Her death was caused by a stroke. Mnay friends extend sympathy. Mrs. Lien will be remembered by friends as a loyal and friendly neighbor and her quiet and unassuming manner won her many friends. The Legion Hall was the place of a joyful gathering of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner on Friday evening. Friends of the newlyweds came from far and near to wish them happiness. Cards and dancing furnished the entertainment. Many beautiful Peter Elbert. Peter Kollasch, Charles I children of Algona spent Sunday at •*• *«WJ' IH-*^. Lt^l^VUliJJ LtlJi^ l_i UJT -Hil tj. A-/IS W 1JO , _, , •, , mother, Mrs. N. H. Raskopf, who will j Sifts werAe presented ^to and ; visit several weeks with relatives there i Broom. bride and KoJInsch, William Elbert, Peter Volk nnd Otto Kaschmitter. Those who came to attend the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. John Paradies. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Paradies of M!o::ico, Missouri: Peter Paradies. of K?.n!:nkpe. Illinois; Miss Anna Walters of ' to Meet— The Delphian society V/cdnesday nfternoon, January 14, at two-thirty with Mrs. A. E. Michel. Mrs. M. J. Stieit i.~ to r?v:e\v the play, •The- Silver Cord" by Sidney Howard'. V,\ Z. C. Installation— Tlie W. R. C. will meet nt the Legion hall Tuesday evening at r.even- i'.iirly lor installation of officers. A ;;ood turnout is urgsd ns there ::; to !;c a big surprise for the members. Formal Dinner Dance— About fifteen couples of Algona young people and student.'; home from college had a formal dinner dance at the Algona hotel Friday evening. The affair was carried out .after university u'le Hour Party— Tlie Idle Hour br:rt~e club held its 'innuri! Christmas party at the home of Mrs. A. L. Peterson New Year's f.-?. Mrs. E. J. Hourjh won first prize ; n'i Mr:-. A- !'k; Knapp. who v;as a ?;ue:r, won second. Credit Co, President Will Talk Here . W yi'rrj, rrc-sident of the Pion:•(•'.• E.-v.-vio.? Cornnany of lo-va City will I'.c'i'.ress the Algona business men at the r 'o!'i" Fridav eveninp', January 1C, r.t a ir,r-.-tinsr sponsored by the Ali .;na Community club. Business men from oUier towns in the vicinity hive ni.-.o been invited to attend the meet- i.".':. Mr. Meyers will ;;pe;ik on the r-:ibi''?f, "D.-.-idbPats Wo- Have Known." The Pioneer Service Company is the credit company which has been mak- ii:'c '.'Cjlections in Iowa for past few ''";•-:.•. The meeting will be of a simi- '•'T na'un? to the Business Institute held nt the court house a f>w months EIKO. 'he meeting will Haurk-IIodges Miss Graco HiiucL'. ckaisrhter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiack of Humbnldfc nr.'l },'. IIodRes, son of ?,•!!•.;. V/. II. Hodges o: Algona were mr.rriod New Year's (lav at the Little Urrunj Church at Nashua by the P.ov. W'lliar.i Kent, of the church. Cue:;!:; at the w-'ddinj; wore the brirle's prrents, Mr. Ifodgus' mother and Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Genrich of Lone Ro^k. After a short honeymoon spent in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges are now at home in Al- pona. For more than a year past M:r; c ; Hauck has br^en employed at the Morrison Beauty Shop, where she has made many friends. Mr. Hodges is a fine young m:in, arid ha.s been employed for several years as chief clerk for the Swift Company here. New Year's Eve Party — About fifty people gathered at the Algona hotel last Wednesday evening for a New Year's revel. After dancing to music furnished by a radio-vic- trola combination the crowd was served a lunch at twelve o'clock. Baptist Ladles' Aid— The Baptist Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon at the home Qf Mfc- 0. B- Johnson, with the Mcs- Jqihn Shjmmel, W. H. Lacy, and 'Frank Cook assist- D. A. K. Tiic D. A. R. -.vill meet Tuesday, J,.::i:ai-y n'h :.t tii'.; home of Mrs. C. .Irs. 1,1. P. H;if.'r/arc.l will stess. Mrs. Paxson will :•. paper on Turriiwste Scliool Together Cluli— • Gel Together bridge club was i'i:i-rlained Monday at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mis A. L. Peterson. Former Burt Man Died Last Friday. Pi:rt, January G. Special: Wrn. ?;trin;ler, a former Burt man, dieij on Pridir/ at the home of his niece, Mrs. Van Hanson. Mr. Strickler lias been ill for several years. He had diabetes for several years and had one limb amputated while living in Burt. About three years ago he had the other one amputated at Iowa City. Mr. Strickler wiis born November 5, 1855. He came lo K'-.ssuth county in 1887, where he 1m since lived. He attended college Those who attend be (riven free tic- the theatre HO that the group c;m attend the second showing of the Picture, "Criminal Code," featuring Waller Huston. ,1. A. Brownell is the local man for the Pioneer Service Company. Arrangement:; for the meeting were ;r;i(ii! Monday night when the Com- inuni'.v Club bo.-ird met. at the hotel i'n'l nlpj) n!n.n".';l the annuil meeting of !he Community club which will be IvM next month. After the usinl b-,-s:r'"-s :t (•••jinniiHr-" w;v-: appointed for tlir iiomina'ion of officers for the coni- ii 1 -; voar. C. R. LaP.nvre is president of the club and D. E. Dowel !:; ut Cedar Falls one year and taught ,'jchoiol far several .yjears. He then funned near Bu(*t for a time and he also ran a Fairmont cream station here until he was taken sick. He leaves one .sister, Mrs. Lucy Liza and a half-brother, J. D. Andrews. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. E. Clifton at the Hansen home on Sunday afternoon and burial was made in Rivervlew cemetery at /figona. Bancroft Lady Died on New Year's Day. Bancroft, January G. Special: Mrs Chris Lien passed away at her homo in I In; west part of Bancroft on Thurs- dav, January I, after an illness of ten days, the cause of her death being pneumonia. Marie Storlien was born June 4 l?!7*i, at Northland, Norway. On October 19, 1903, she was united in marriage to Chris Lien at Northland. Norway, to which union seven children were born. • In 1905 they came to the United States and settled at Bode, and have lived at Irvington, Algona, Swea City and Bancroft. She was a resident of Kossuth county for the past seventeen years. Besides her husband she is survived jy seven children as follows: Morris and Carl of Swea City; Mrs. A. F. McFarland of Bancroft; Margaret, Laura, Lawrence and Arthur at home. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church at Swea City Saturday afternoon at two o'clock by Rev. Sandonoe. Out of town visitors who attended the funeral were: Mrs. Harold Larson of Fairmont; Andrew Bodale, Uie On'ille Dixon home. Mrs. Baldwin and Mr. Dixon are brother and sister. The committee in charge of the cook jooks which the Mothers and Daugh- ;ers club have sponsored met at the lome of Winifred Jergenson Monday afternoon. The Clr.ude Dearchs children, Harold. Raymond, flmh and Mary Lee ind Henry, Jr., Fon of Henry Dearchs. ;pent several clays at the home of heir aunt, Mrs. Ada Ilofiun. Charles Graham ha.s bsen taking care of the farm work for W. I. Nelson of Lone Rock, while the latter is .n Sioux City at the bedside of his father, who is ill with double pneu- nonia. Ourrts Saturday evening at the Louis Bode home wore Mrs. John Lamuth, ind dauchter, Esther, Miss Jennie Ril:-y and Miss Helen Zlttritsch of Algona. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Robert Bode, who was ten years old. Mrs. William Harrison and son, Robert, have returned from a week's visit at the George Baler's home at Clay Center, Nebraska, during the holidays. Mrs. Harrison had the pleasure of meeting her grandson for the first time. Mrs. Baier was Mamie Harrison before her marriage. before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Neppl of Willey, Iowa, spent Sunday with the former's sisters, Mrs. George Arndorfer and Mrs. A. B. Venteicher. They came from Es'herville where they had attended the funeral of a cousin on Saturday. They returned to their home on Monday. strong. Hosts of friends wish them success and happiness. SWEA CITY NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken were Algona visitors on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson were Algona visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Griffith spent Friday at the Earl Griffith home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Denton of Titonka visited at the H. T. Winter homo Monday. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Einer Beck died on Friday. They live west of Swea City. Rev. Raymond Swanson is enjoying a visit from his mother and sister of Rock Island, Illinois. Miss Jane Carlson is at Algona taking treatments for ear trouble. Her hosts of friends hope for a speedy recovery. The Swea City Cardinals defeated T , T1 .. TT ._. T - 1 _ _. r _, T -_ m the Truman, Minnesota, independents BENEDICT NEWS.g: in a fast game of basket ball on Friday •-' night. College students who have been nt homo for the holiday season returner! to their school duties at the different colleges. Mrs. Anna Berg and daughter, Elna returned to St. Peter on Saturday, after having spent two weeks at the S. V. Carter home. Miss Ina Paulson, high school tench- entertained a group of Swea City SENECA NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner were a Algona last Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daley were shoppers at Algona Saturday afternoon. Mrs. P. F. Tmmcrfall and son, Ed- v.-nrd were shoppers at Algona las Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer anr fjunily spent Saturday afternoon a Algona. Mrs. Anna Huschka spent Saturday afternoon at the home of her daughter Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Eiscnbarth spen Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daley spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf. Miss Adelaide ELsenbarth spent Sunday witli her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert German and son, Harold and George spent Saturday at the Chris Arndorfer home. Mrs. Henry Dorweiler of West Bend is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Juliir Studer and Mrs. L. M. Arndorfer. Mike Preushel left last Friday evening for Milwaukee after having spent the holidays with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Rosenmeyer attended a card party Sunday evening friends at her home at Forest City New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Carter have been entertaining as holiday guests the former's brother, Verne Copeland and .sister, Mrs. Miller and son from Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg entertained a group of friends on Ne\y Year's eve. A six o'clock dinner was served and the evening was spent in playing games. The Swea City high school basket ball team was defeated by the former Swea City high school boys of 1029 on New Year's day. A large crowd was present to witness the game/ Miss June Larson entertained a group of young friends at a party on Friday night. There were thirty present. Games, music and rook were enjoyed and a delicious lunch was served. Rauph and Dencil Stockman enter- alned a group of their school friends at a Jolly New Year's party on Thursday evening. Rook was played at four 7. W. Madden, Sr., of Haifa spent Sunday at the Joe Madden home. The Fred Jensen family gave a dance Saturday night which was enjoyed by all attending. Rev. and Mrs. S. O, Sande and daughter, Pearl attended a New Year's watch party at Ottosen. Mrs. John Osborn and daughter, Pauline spent Tuesday at the Otto Kelly home near Swea City. Mrs. R. L. Rossman and son, Refine were supper guests Thursday evening at the George Goetsch home. Jimmie Rasmussen, Wesley Patterson and Perry Jensen spent Saturday afternoon with Teddy Jensen. Perry Jensen of Fcnton visited at the home of his cousin, Teddy Jensen from Thursday until Sunday. Bertha Olson, who is working in Minneapolis, is spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mathilda Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton nnd son were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Saxton home near Armstrong. The basket ball teams of the Seneca 'nlffh school will play the boys' and girls' teams at Seneca Friday night of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton, the Wm. Osborns and Millen Jensens spent Monday evening at the Jennie /onsen home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dahl and Mrs. Mailda Olson and daughter, Bertha were Thursday evening guests at the Chris Nielsen home. Misses LuElla and Sadie Potter of Algeria, former Seneca teachers, were New Year's dinner guests at the Henry Schuler home. Alice Nagel of Swea City spent last Wednesday at the home of Dorcella and Harriet Jensen, the Seneca school. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch spent Sun- day evening at the Raymond Anderson lome near Swea City. Mrs. John Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown of Armstrong drove to Cherokee Wednesday to visit Mr. Brown's father, Mr. Allen. The small baby girl of Einer Becks of Armstrong wns buried Tuesday nf- tcinocri in the Lutheran cemetery. The infant died of whooping cough. Clarence Osborn took his sister, Pauline to Mason City Sunday where she will resume her work as practice teacher, after a two weeks' holiday vacation. Mrs. C. J. Adolphons and aughter, ''uth, Misses Emma and Esther Adolphson all of Bancroft, were New Year's guests at the R. L. Rossman home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and sons, Melvin and Wilfred of near Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn were New Year's dinner guests at the John Osborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner were charivaried Tuesday night by a group- of friends. The couple had just returned from Chicago, where they were recently wedded. Miss Helen Nielsen took her niece, Clara Hanson to Webster City to her home Saturday. She has been spending her two weeks' holiday vacation with her grandparents. Helen returned home Sunday. Ernest Laurltzen, son of Nels Laurit- zcn cf Hiiigsted, former Seneca resident, was taken to a private ii&mo in 'A.'iioir. ie<ently to be treated by Dr. Scanlun for the after effecs cf infantile paralysis. A number of neighbors and friends plesarjtly surprised Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christiansen and sons Sunday evening with a farewell party. The Chris- tiansens are moving to Brinton, South Dakota, where Mr. Christiansen will operate a hatchery. Mrs. Christiansen will not go for a few weeks. The choir of the Ringsted Lutheran church gave a Christmas cantata nt the Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday night. The choir consists of eighteen persons: Ralph Jensen, tenoi- and Forrest Christenscn of this place sanp with the choir. After church lunch was served to the singers. A large crowd attended a dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner nt the Legion hall in Swea City on Saturday night. The bride and groom received many beautiful and useful gifts for their new home. They will r ake their home near Armstrong operating a dairy farm after January 5. O. R. Patterson, R. L. Rosman, Henry Schuler nnd Lyle Schuler drove to Sheldon Thursday night to watch a basket ball game between the Sheldon junior college and LeMars College. Armond Schuler, son of Henry Schuler and graduate of the Seneca high school, plays forward on the first tenm. LeMars won the game. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn nnd tons, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christiansen and sons, Mrs. Chris Madison and children, Alma and Milton of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Richmond of Armstrong were all New Year's supper guests at the Charles Osborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper and Mrs. Robert Carney nnd daughters nnd Mrs. Roy Lee, both of Algona, all motored in Laurens last week Monday to help celebrate the golden wedding anniversary of Mr?. Cooper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Richardson. They aro both about sevcnity-three years old. Five grandchildren and four great grandchildren were presenU. Mrs. Cooper is the only daughter of the family of three children and made the anniversary cake. The party attending from here returned home the same day. w&a&ff&yaM^^ Finger Wave and Permanent Wave Special Beginning January 12 and lasting until Feb. 1 Finger Waves , QQ G Permanent Waves $750 MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPE Yl" Over K. D. James Drug Store. ' p}l(mc 93 Algona, Iowa.

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