The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algolia, Iowa, Jtufle 3, 1937 m Whitt«»t>re Girl Weds Whlttem*r«: Whittemore folks were surprlwd to learn of the marriage of l<eurn Braatz, daughter of Louis Braatz to Wade A. Moore of Mason City. The couple was married In Hampton May 26, at thf St Faul'$; iwtheran parson ipe by the Rev. P. T. Meyer. The bride and bridegroom as well at their witness, Edwin R. Johnson, are deaf mutes. Mrs. Moore attended the deaf mute school in Detroit, Michigan, and also Council Bluffs. Iowa, and for the past several years has been employed in Mason City. Virginia Arn spent Monday and Tuosdny nt her home in Fort rjoclpe. Used Cars Plymcntli Pickup '81 Chevrolet C'oiwri '(W Chevrolet Coach '80 Fort Conch '20 f *rd Oaach •SO Whippet C«!wh •JB ESKPX Conch 78 Chevrolet Coach '27 Chevrolet Coach "28 Fontiac Coach O1.DSMOB1LE SALES & SERVICE FIRESTONE TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES Hoenk Motor Service West of Ccur.t Hou?e Fenton Girl, 4, Breaks Leg Monday Fenton: Catherine Willrett, 4- year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wllrett, fell from a hay mow, Monday morning at the Willrett place while playing, and suffered a broken right leg, just below the hip. Because the injury seemed extremely serious, and exact extent of the injury was not evident, Dr. Bahnson took the little girl to Dr Knowles at Fort Dodpe. where an x-ray revealed the extent of the injuries. She was taken home, where she will probably remain for the next eight or ten weeks. Birthday Surprise St. Joel Relatives nnd friends gathered at the Bernard Devine home Tuesday evening to surprise Mrs. Devine, the occasion being her birthdny. The self-invited guests brought well filled baskets and nn enjoyable time was had by nil. The evening was .spent at piny- ing cards. Ruth Muekey In Bride— Miss Ruth Mttckey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey of Algona, became the bride of Bernard Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser, In ft wedding ceremony performed Tuesday morning, June 1, at 8 a,, m., by Father Davern at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Joe Dahlhauser, brother of the groom and Etheiine Muckey, sister of the bride, were the wedding attendants. The wedding party was attired in white, with the bride wearing n beautiful corsage bouquet with her white suit. Following the wedding, n wedding breakfast was served at the Algona hotel, and a wedding supper and reception, followed by a dance, was held Tuesday evening:. The bride and groom left Wednesday morning on a honeymoon trip to northern Minnesota. Mrs. Dahlhauser is a graduate of the Algona high school, class of 1934, and for the past two years has been employed at the local telephone office. Mr. Dahlhauser graduated from St. John's Acad- Cumming's 16x38 colored border Turkish Tow<els lOc BEACH TOWELS 36x54 bright striped bcadi towels. .*! value 79c 22x4€ Hr;tvy Two-Thrp.-.d Colored Border TOWELS 25c Cumming's 000eey««o^^ LONG'S! 8 Day Sale June 4th to June 12th BUY AT LONG'S Einso, Jarge size 01 p KooI-Ade, any ."**" flavor, Tiktr. — DEINKS FOR HOT WEATHER (iingeralf, "White Soda. Liim- Ilk-k^y, Strawberry and Fruit I'mi'.-h, 94.P three bottles fur ._ plus bottlf i-harpe Sal Soda, Jurgt size farina per 1 A- Long's Coffee ked in quart Toilttt Paper Mil: C« 1ir.SU'-. 100 :•'',«<- JC Jellt, real thinp, r>,4 O0 r JV ' . Ti.i- i-off<-f- is tne real quality kind. Van Camps' Beans, i» ,-;,!- __ Royal Jell same price TLi£ Adv. is Good for a Big Stick of Candy Children—ri'.st cut out and take me to LON^S Our O-,v/i !>• !!-. Live Stock Auction Fair Grounds, June 9 We' «!<*<! « I""' •>.•!•• •)'»!• -'• i"" I'i .Ul Of l.Ullc. Ull'-il VI III at KO6C P*"" • »> ci'iuuiiil n<H.cl ,;iid a* u»iial tni re n.i-> i oin;.i tit. : on «ut>ugh to iiiaKf a £'»</ti -n.ipp> sal**. Our next hale vviH bt tfct U*t ui.t.l lull. 'I lie I-'air A*-<M i.ition uishf. to n«-t ihe ifuin:d up i/i Icjf UK- i. h i. .ilion July till and Mil. II .jou huvi -ti/iii ><jj ui*li to si il at tiu-. »ul'-. ha\c tK-iu ht:i't> f'bttmijAj. VA c < \iM-ct to lian- aiioiin r ^uoti !*ulc. W« WUlil i*t 11.:» t:;;i»' It- U.al.K Vhi- lu>al consignor*, i»u>crH ujid *^ fc wjio i.u i c ucip*'tj to liiaK* tiii^ **<tlc tiu* Mice. t«h it liaa 'fltti «-oo|rt.iat.on cl li.c iiitiri coiiuuunity h^'j beta very hurt-*- WUJ !... H. M. Colwell Mgr. ? iOWA bTAXt; BANK, I'lt-rk BKOs., s RELIEF FOR YOUR FEET You need not suffer another day the torments of ailing feet. No matter what common foot trouble you may have you will find right, here, in our store, the way to quick and safe relief through the use of Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Appliances and Remedies. The Cause of Foot Troubles When the arches become weak and sag they throw an undue strain on the muscles and ligaments. This causes tired, aching feet; rheumatic-like pains in the feet and legs: corns; callouses; bunions; weak ankles and other foot troubles. It will pay you to come in and see our Foot Expert—a man who knows foot anatomy, why feet hurt and how the condition can be relieved by the Dr. Scholl method. This store is Headquarters for Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Service—a service that is used in every civilized country in relieving foot troubles. In this community are many people who are fnjoying comfortable, happy feet through the services we have rendered them. D r -Scholls Foot Comfort Week June 5th to 12th This National drive against foot troubles was originated more than 20 years ago by Dr. Scholl, the noted Foot Specialist. It offers every foot sufferer an exceptional opportunity to have his or her feet relieved of agonizing fcot aches and pains. Come in for a Free Foot Test and Pedo-grapb prints of your stockinged feet. pr. Scholls Foot- Euer ralieve* tired, •ctaincfeet. B.SO. bunion twin. Hide* bulge. Me each. Brownell Shoe Co, SHOES HOSIEKY \ Let The Modern Dry Cleaner$ KEEP THEM CLEAN! * T HOKOL'^HLY c'lein tu.'.s are always . oir,,'le'rly cool suit-, fct-c-aui-e K^f'd clean- .r.g rid,, thrra f.f tr.e li'i-'. ar.tl <"!y ft!m li,,:' .ntt-rft-res w;lh tr.e ab=orf't;dn ol rac^ittur* nr.il irtvtr.;.-, the c :r'"jUtitn of air! You'll ].r:e !r,e rt.-uiti c,J Mr,cit:n Ihoicjjgl A!l \\<i«il <i.irincnU for 8 Munthit MODERN DRY CLEANERS ilion in AJgona tn-r> Saturday. Saturday. June 5 \Vf expi-c-t to liavi- a load o» BO»*> >''UJ1K ia.UUj wti|jllinK 400 to JOO lb»., aK« »oni^ c OM» and mix.-d loU, al»o Kt*U*r pils» and koiiit- »|>riiik! UK* JJ»t urajied and brood sow»- Briug your vaccination t«rlJlnaU-. Uon't forKft our cood line of liay tools. Ju»t K°t a load in. ( oui>- in and look thin line ovi r. \Se have Ui«- B»-llr ( ity Thrrbhrr ajld thf Kr\*aJU-e Elt-vator We handlt- the U«-Laval -v paratof •>. We will have a r«-pair man to repair all iuak>"> ol cn-.jjn •,. pir.ttori. tiu» Saturday, gft tin i«i in early. We deal lit u«w ajid u»i:d uuwliinrry. Aliio-CtnUnutra Tr»£tor» and the Ma*k<-y-Uarrt* line of nunliiJu-ry. We will trade tot unythJJiK you imvr. bee u» before you dtutL We iiajudle the Oi-i.a>al Separatotn. Now it you have ally good cheap liorke* to bell, bring them. We have UnUcl a lew horke* for our wile ."Saturday, have e»oiiit.* c:ojitk lor liorkett. Will »lurt vi> ktuvk at 1:30. ItK-MS — ('iuili. No property removed until ketUed tor. Op til fevery Uuy. SaJe barn phouc 77 O Kuyinoud itidcilr, ilerk. 60 Years Wed— Mr. and Mr*. Louis Wegener, well known citizens of this community, celebrated the 60th anniversary of their wedding last Sunday. They were married 60 years ago at Waterloo, and moved 53 years ago from Black Hawk county, to a farm in Palo Alto county, where they resided until 20 years ago when they retired from farming and moved to Algona. Their happy union was blessed with seven children, four boys and three girls: Henry at Tacoma, Washington, Fred nt Lone Rock, Robert nt Fairville. Will at Clinton, Mrs. Anna Bir-rstecit at Hurt, Mrs. Marie Warner at Fenton. nnd Mrs. Rose Sigsbee at Algonn. There are also 26 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wegener still enjoy good health. The rare event of their anniversary \vns celebrated last Sunday. In the forenoon services, their pastor. ' Rev/ P. J. Brancr. extended words of congratulation* and u-ell wishes in the name of the Trinity Luther| p.n congregation of which the aged | couple me members. At noon din- I ner was served in the grove of their I former hnmp nt Fairville. About j W guests attended. Only the child- j rpn and their famili**, including j the grandchildren and great-grand] children and Rev. Braner and his wife were invited. The afternoon was spent in a social way visiting with each other. Refreshments were also served in the afternoon. All the children of Mr. and Mrs. Wegener were present and everyone enjoyed the event. Algona Weddings— Ruth Stokes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Stokes, was married last Tuesday to Dr. J&s. Emmerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Emmerson of Bartlett. North Dakota, at the Little Church Around the Corner, in N'ew York City. Th« Emmersons left for Montreal. Canada, on a wedding trip, after which they will be at home in Boston. Adris Maxine Anderson and Mel\'in Bernard Krtoll were married on Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson. Melvin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoll of Algona. The bridegroom is employed in a theatre in Clinton. Following a dinner served to the bridal party and guests at the Anderson home the young couple left for Clinton and will jbe at home there after June 15. Mavis M. Cooper was married last week Thursday noon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cooper, to Clelland \V. Johnson of Flandreau. South Dakota. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Waterman, Methodist pastor at Hawarden. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home at Flandreau, where Mr. Johnson is a funeral director. George Franklin Baldwin and Maxine Eleanor Mittag were married Monday at 2:30 at the Methodist parsonage. Rev. J. H. Edge officiating. Maxine la the daughter of Mrs. Emil Mittag, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baldwin. They are making their home in the Clapgaddle apartments. Marriage Announced— Mrs. G. E Van Donston announces the marriage of her daughter. J*fsie Isabel!* to Russell J. Zhorrje which took place the 24th of May at the Westminister Presbyterian parsonage at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Zhorr.* recently finished a course in btauty culture in Cedar Rapid*, ami will continue with her work. The Van Dorstons were former Aigona residents. Dinner Party- Mr, and Mrs. Ira Kohl were host and hostess to members of their famines at a one o'clock dinner on Sunday. Guests were as follows: Mr. and "Mrs. George Kohl and daughltrs, Mabk- and Lola, Mr. and Mr«. Harvey Kohl and Richard Kohl of St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Keith and Kyle, and E. P. Ktrith. The afternoon was fcptnt socially. .Sunday School I'icnio— Lfcola Zeigler, assisted by Mrs. H. E Carr, entertained the boys in her Congregational Sunday School i class at a picnic dinner in the she!- ; ttr house at the State Park, Tuesday afternoon. There were fourteen boys present. Following thf picnic, dinner the boys played garnet. . A 7 tfcl**; «*»* pftrty In honor of Ifr.tti JO* fW**ll Pick- bohm wM,ttT*llM* Thursday evening nl VfeiMftMt H>. and Mrs. L'oyd tWVjfttMate were Mr. and Mrl^rrteiKkm, Mr. and Mrs. ArnrtfJ lfa*+*J! and Mr. and Mrs. Har»ld K«*ek»r. « .V. I » -. flrld** Mrs. Owen Nlcfc«la entertained hor bridge clufc »t tw» tallies Tues- clnyJeiinlngjfiiJfri. ^. W, Amunson rer*liW the first irlze and Mrs. Win* '&ta tttt ! consolation prize. This Is the final meeting of the season. The rertttar meeting of the Am- erica'n Legion Auxiliary will be held nt the hall, Friday, June 4, at 7:45.p. m. Tbli 1* the annual el- ectldti m'eeynj;, tnd Is the Fldac month. Therl will ke a talk on Greece by Nick Maharls and the winning Fldac eaeajr will be read. Surprise BMtla? Farty— W. ft. Oofgroy» wm« surprised on his blr\h'day at a. party at his home which was given >y his wife. The guests were his brothers and sisters: Mra ElUsalwUi Totin of Waseca. MlnnMot*, Kra. P. W. Tobin of Nashua, Mrs. J. D. Breen of Titonka. J. J. Cosffrove *f Des Molnes and Mrs. Cttorf* HelUtouer of Algona. The heawM Ui new living on the old flurffly Hum wtich he recently •urehMM, «a4 w*ich has been Ih tSVflSSr^M 0 The WeaMtfr •••erisHin of the CongltgBUptM eta**, Till hold a joint rnMt&r fa tke> cfcorch parlors Thursday .aAamMn This Is to be the nneitmeettBjp'tf the year. The women «f the flefiemWr circle will serve a ope'e/tfou luncheon, which will ee follow** »T a program. Ten club me tel Algi business s, ef „ tte , Walanye Wtolfteoln of Ho- »« r f nd evening. IOWA 2 Feature* 21 c N«vr Saturday la wvrtcrn 'Guna/ff ithe Pecos" L*tr Ayei*. la 'Crime H«body Saw" Jungle Jim Serial KM* Amatevr Shew Summer K*»yt* EJ»|k»at ., JttB« 6-7 trip from tf th« Jungles of la Sf utb TML,, Jime 8 Move* tram. tk» «UU f«r ex '.endwl M», <<• Hi t .IrtMifli . Aftim* Rocen 8HJLLL BANCE The Algona Auction Co. We are hi-n- to wrve both the keller ajid buyer at our pav- WAR ON kills flies, moths, SPBJmna, DABBY ]g,Y etc Annual Mlsilon FttttvtO— The Algona Trinity Lutheran church IB celebrating Its annual mission festival coming Sunday. Festive services will be held in the forenoon at 0 o'clock in German and at 10:30 o'clock in English with the Rev. C. A. Meyer of Sanborn, conducting the services. English festive services will also be conducted In the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. E. Flene of Lone Rock will occupy the pulpit. The girls' choir will render special songs. A cordial Invitation Is not only extended to all neighbor- Ing congregations, but also the public at large. Luncheon— Mrs. R. P. Norton and Mrs. W. P. French will entertain at a one o'clock luncheon, Friday afternoon, at the Norton Cottage at Clear Lake. Tuesday evening the regular Rebekah lodge meeting will be held at the toll. There Mil be ft Uttlpk tion for new member*. '-**"'£ DANCE SEXTON Ladies 19c, Gents 400 plus tax Clip this adv. ladies and present before 9:30 p, m. and dan<?e free. Sat june 5 •Sappy Jake and His South Dakota Ramblers v&&&)®!y®iy&t^^ The CHRISCHILLES Store In keeping with our policy of conducting the most progressive and up-to-the-minute Dry Goods and Apparel store in this part of the state, we have just installed a complete air-conditioning plant which will insure a comfortable temperature in this store during the hot summer months. Remember, when it gets humid and sticky outside, during the coming months, The Chrischilles Store will be cool and inviting—air cooled and conditioned. We invite you to shop here in comfort, where courtesy is a watch word and our stock is always complete with the newest styles. Remember, also, IT'S ALWAYS COOL AT CHRISCHILLES' AIR CONDITIONED -V killa Whoops-They re Here The New Summer The GWRISCH1LLES Store Smarter, Cuter Than Ever All New Models Now i.s the tiim: to BEN FRANKLIN er, Owner < New Styles New Fabrics New Ideas The <3?eafc»0t Selling Line of Youthful Froeka In the United States You'll aunply love these new crisp, snappy Dori» Dodsous, so brimming over with youthful verve and dash.—only a small shipment which won't last long so please hurry. This is positively the summer line.
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