The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1937
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10.1937 f^JOCIETT QUOTES Indite Crose Weds-' Miss Evelyn Cady received a copy of the "Olendale News Express" recently from her friend, Lucille Crose, which told of the announcement of the latter's marriage to •' Edward Craft of Olendale. The wedding took place at six o'clock, Tuesday, June 1, In Wee Kirk O' the Heather, Forest Lawns Memorial Park, the Rev. A. J. Soldan of Santa Monica officiating. The bride was attired In a gown of dusty pink lace with coronation blue accessories and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and orchids. She was given in marriage hy a friend, C. H. Arbenz. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was given for relatives and a few close friends at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Saunders. Mr. Craft was formerly of St Louis and is in business how in Olendale. The newlyweds will be at home In Glendale. Mrs. Craft is well known In Algona having been employed In the court house for a number of years. Lucille Is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Crose. Either HeMt Weds— Esther Heldt and Carl Hansen, both of Irvington, were married Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Es* ther is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Heldt Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause, LuVerne. attended the bridal couple. Mrs. Krause is a sister of the bridegroom. The bride was attired in a white imported linen suit with white accessories. She was a corsage of pink tea roses and snap dragons. Mrs. Krause wore a white linen suit with white accessories. A wedding supper w*s Jerred at the bride's parents' home, ft covers being laid. The bridal couple left Monday for a wedding trip through Wisconsin. The Hansens will be at home in LuVeme June 21. Several post-nuptial showers will be given. Country Chib Bridge— The first Country Club woman's bridge luncheon was held Wednesday at the club house and the committee in charge was as follows: Mesdames G. W. SUllman, T. H. Cbrischllles, W. T. Daughan. D. E. Dewel. W. P. French, T. H. Hutchison, K. D. James, and C. C. Shierk. also Lucia Wallace. Covers were laid for 43 guests. Garden flowers were used. Mrs. W. D. Andrews won high, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore second, -Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, low and Mrs. John Kohlhaas won third. Auxiliary Electo— The American Auxiliary held election of officers for the ensuing year last Friday. The following were elected: May Evans, president; May Fox, first vice president; Twylla Bartholomew, second vice president; Eleanor Fraser, secretary; Haxel Burns, treasurer; Marie Dutton. Chaplain; Edith Brundage, historian and Katie Stevenson, sergeant-at-arnu. Three members of the board at large are: Jfek-JUtdlto Merritt, Mrs. J. H. Hoppe and Mrs. Wm. Wels. Iris Benefit Bridge!. The St. Thomas Guild entertained at an iris benefit bridge party Tuesday afternoon and evening at the home of Mrs. C. H. Williams. Prize winners in thw afternoon were: Mesdames C. L. Cavanaugh, Whlttemorc; L. M. Merrltt and Evans Carmean, Bancroft. Evening prizes were won by Mrs. Duane Dewcl, Don Smith, Mrs. H. L. Hoenk and Mr. and Mrs. A E Lee, Britt Mrs. Glbnorft Entertains— Mrs. Harold Gllmore entertained her bridge club Monday at a one o'clock luncheon at the States cafe. After the luncheon, bridge was played at the home of Mrs. Gilmore. There are eight members of the club. Mrs. Harry Hull won first prize and Mrs. Floyd Saunders won second. Picnic Luncheon at Park— The W. W. bridge club had a one o'clock luncheon at the Ambrose A. Call State Park. Tuesday. After the luncheon bridge was played in the shelter house. They had an exchange of gifts. Hostesses are Mrs. C. E. Hiisteadt and Mrs. Wm. Fuller. Bridge-Dinner at C. C The following ladies will be hostesses at a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party at the Country Club Monday evening: Mesdames P. J. Christensen. H. M. Hauberg, R, H. Miller. S. E. McMahon. C. H. Cretzmeyer and E. C. McMahon. W. D. Club Picnic— The W. D. Club held a picnic luncheon Tuesday at the shelter house at the Call State Park. After the luncheon bridge was played with Mrs. J. W. Little winning the high score. Entertain!! Garden Club- Mrs. H. E. Woodward. Whitte more, entertained the Garden club at a 6 o'clock dinner Friday evening at the hotel. Mrs. Woodward is a prominent club woman here. Give Bridal Shower At Lotts Creek, Sat. Fenton: Mrs. R. L. Padgett, Mrs. G. R. Krause, Mrs. Herman Krause, Mrs. A. J. Krause and daughter, Irene, Mrs. Herman Leudtke, Bertha Kressin and Hertha Ruhnke attended a miscellaneous shower for the latter's sister, Mrs. Ervin Krause at the Lutheran school house in Lotts Creek Saturday afternoon. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Herman Krause winning high score prize and Lorena Laabs low. The bride received a large number of lovely gifts. There were 60 ladies present. Hostesses were Mrs. Andrew Kading, Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mrs. John Seegebarth and Mrs. Ernest Rosseisen. Rev. Vance at Orinnell Rev. Vance left Wednesday to attend the state conference of the Congregational young people of the state at Grinnell. While there Rev. Vance will instruct a class in Drama and will supervise the camp newspaper and direct the singing. Rev. Vance Is one of a committee of nine that has charge of the young people's work in Iowa. This committee will meet dally. Miss Gwendolyn Deal accompanied Rev. Vance as a delegate. Roscoe Call Pays A Visit To Old Home Roscoe Call came up from Des Moines last Saturday to attend a meeting of the stockholders of the old Call Opera House Company. The old company was dissolved. Mr. Rice, who held most of the stock, will collect the insurance and pay off all indebtedness. Collie Chubb was president and Roscoe Call the secretary. Roscoe, who has been living in Des Moines for the past ten or twelve years, is a son of Ambrose A. Call, one of the founders of Algona. who built the Call Opera House building. He is a twin of Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, and a brother of Mrs. Gardner Cowles and Mrs. A. Hutchison of Algona. Roscoe Is In the life Insurance business, in Des Moines and is prosperous. * Spencer Golfers Defeated Algona The Spencer Country Club golf- ersers administered quite a defeat to the Algona team which braved a high wnld and very unsteady weather to compete at Spencer, last Monday. Chet Williams, Jim Murtagh and Ted Chrischilles ww« th> MleHAl- gonians to win their matahea. Will- lams and Murtagh were pteying the same man, as Algona had more golfers on hand than did Spencer. Jr. C. of <C..Hosts The Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce will be host to J. C. C. members from Spencer and Mason City, at a go!f tournament and Dutch lunch to be held at the Algona Country Club. Sunday. John Haggard is in charge of the tournament, and Jim Murtagh, the Dutch lunch. Friday-Saturday, June 11-12 Friday Matinee 2 p. m—Saturday continuous from 1 p. in. 26c ALL SEATS J6c DOJf AMECHE ANN" SOUTHERN in 1—"FIFTY ROADS TO TOWN" Plus 2—Technicolor, A Day at Santa Anita" With Sybil ,J;is.,u and .">() Stars Plus 3—Popeye and Pluto Plus 1— Deluxe News on Release Date 5—110 Special Reasons on Sat. Only Sunday-Monday, June 13-14 it- Picture the World i, Talking About: lAMERJCA'S GlTO) NEW LOVE TEAM! Rewrites Of News From L«$t Tuesdiy'i KossubS County Advance TUVLOR VICTOR McLAGLEN J£$® A Twentieth Century Fox Pictu* /S *^' A * " K ^' f/ ' s^ L ^^ Today's Most Talked About Sweethearts' PiUi Latot March o/ Tiiut>-&u outstanding i&kue Tuesday, June 15 Matinee^ all afternoon Eicardo Cortez in "Her Husband Lies" Clyde Mt<«/» Orchestra Net»-» Who'« Looaey J»'otr HIS THIGH broken, Carl C. Daly is in an Algona hospital, as the result of an automobile crash five miles west of Algona, Sunday night Edwin Wichtendahl of Lone Rock, and Viola Bell of West Bend, in the second machine, were bruised, but able to continue to their homes. The cars collided on the pavement. 000 3.631 HOMESTEAD exemption claims were filed with E. S. Kinsey. county auditor, prior to the deadline for filing, which was June 1. Algona with 607 led Kossuth county. Bancroft with 114 was second. 0*00 EIGHT ALGONA high school boys celebrated the graduation exercises of some of them, too well, it came to light this week. They chipped in and paid $40 damages to an unused schoolhouse three miles east of Algona on McGregor street. It seems the party obtained a big keg of beer, and broke into the school, using it as the center of the celebration. Sheriff Casey Loss traced the beer keg and the autombile tire tracks, and the boys confessed to their unsponsored gathering and paid their fine. 000 EIGHT FINES assessed In justice courts were as follow: S. O. Tow, Paullina. $2 and costs. fail- Ing to stop at arterial, by Justice P. A. Danson; Melvin J. Sifert, Algona, S10 and costs, reckless drlv- ign, with $5 of the fine suspended. Justice Danson; Earl Newman. Wesley, $10 and costs for parking truck without flares, Justice Danson. Justice Delia Welter's court: Melvin Weiu, Ruthven.'and Ivan Kol- laich and Milton Burllngame, Algona, $1 each and costs, failing to stop at arterial; Jesse A. Hill, Algona, $12 and costs, speeding with truck. 000 LEDYARD VOTERS will go to the polls in a special election, June 10, to decide whether or not they wish to issue $5,000 in bonds to erect a new town hall and recreation center. A CREDIT BL'REAU for Algona seerrta assured. The Chamber of Commerce board of directors were informed by a special committee last week, that sufficient support had been given the idea to put it over. Other Chamber of Commerce decisions included: suggestion that road to Call Park from Algona be paved; solution of ways and means of laying dust on city streets, and keeping them clean; a change in the method of calling city police when needed, and suggestion that polire whistle be provided at the light plant. 000 LLOYD MARLOW, Hurt, 33 years old, died Wednesday of last week at his home near Burt. from a rare disease with which he had been afflicted since 1929. Funeral services were held Saturday at Burt, with Rev. A. H. Wood officiating. His wife, parents, and seven brothers and sisters survive. 000 WALTER HAN'NA. son of the Burt postmistress, was married to Viola Kim of Osage, last week. Mrs Maude Hanna drove to Osage for the ceremony. | .00 j A VICIOrS DOG bit Agnes Junk-1 ermeier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Lou Junkermeier, of Ledyard, last i week The dog was a stray and bit i both of the little girl's legs. Stitches j were required to close two of the, wounds, and lockjaw strum was ad- i ir.inisUred. The do;j was .ihot ' ' ' ' I FRANK LAPPE 64 resident of i Koa»uth county for 37 years was, buried Saturday after services at : the Cithohc church. He had been in poor health for the past 18 month.i. Five brothers and three sisler.-i survive. 000 ! -MATT OSTEBBAL'ER. pioneer! reaidrnt of Kcusuth since the l»7Q's died Wednesday of last week at his home in Algona, at the age of 65. He was born in 1853 in Vienna. Austria and made the ocean voyage to America in a sailboat. The OsUrbauers farmed for many years in Union township. They came to i'.ve in Algona 2S years ago. Mr. Osterbauer was one of the founders of Si. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Five children survive: Edward of Rockford. 111., Leonard of Ottawa. III.. Mrs. Elizabeth Boger. Omaha. Mrs. Martha Falk, Titonka. and Mrs. Ann Fechner of Al- gooa. Funeral services were conducted by Father Davern, Saturday morning. 000 IVA TBI NKHII.L, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J P. Trunkhill of Portland township, became the bride of J. T. Htaney, cashier of the Burt Savings Bank, at LeMars. Iowa. May 31. The bride U a graduate of the Burt biscb school. 1927. and has been teaching school since her graduation from Coe College. They will make their home in Burt. CAUGHT IN THE WIB / In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines SEARCHING PARTIES COMB SNOWDRIFTS FOR >IISS- IN'O PLANE VICTIMS—Here's one way searchers went about attempting to locate the missing WAE airliner lost in Utah since December 15 with six persons aboard, which was found Sunday. The searcher at left is probing a deep snowdrift with a length of wire. When the wire struck a solid object, other sounding* were made to determine the size of the object. Some snowdrift* encountered in the search area 30 miles south of Salt Lake City range up to 40 feet In deepth, enough to cover wreckage of a transport plane for the entire winter. Bodies of the victims are now being uncovered. OLD-TIME RELIGION IN THIS NEW DAY—Fosterburg. 111.— In thU photo Miss Wava Long has just been immersed in the -=u pjqjo[D Ajinj jjie.K am ojui ps>(i«.» aqg -.{«.•» pauo)u>Bj-pio sisted by Deacon Herbert Gvillo (in hip-boots and staff) to the P. H. Tatman. who was also fully clothed and there was immersed after the usual blessing. The entire membership of the Fosterburg Baptist church, of which she is now a member, turned out to watch. This took place in a creek about three miles from Fosterburg. Illinois. Richard Sherman Here For Visit With Parents Richard Sherman, the author, came Monday for a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Richard has spent the past few weeks in Mexico. He plans to go to New York City from here, but will return to Hollywood, August 1, to continue his contract as scenario writer for Twentieth Century-Fb* Film Corp. Lutheran Mi«sion Festival Success The Algona Trinity Lutheran church celebrated its annual mission festival last Sunday. Three festive services were conducted. A large crowd attended the festival. The Rev. C. O. Meyer of Sanborn and the Rev. E. Fiene of Lone Rock delivered the mission sermons. A solo by Mrs Hardyk and the special songs of the choir helped greatly to beautify ,the services. The well arranged . beautiful floral decorations gave the sanctuary a festive appearance. The collection lifted for missions was the largest ever received on such an occasion In the history of the congregation. Lutherans from Whtttemore, Fenton, Lotts Creek, West Bend, Lu- Verne, Livermore, Burt and Falr- vllle attended the mission Sunday. Besides the festive speakers the following pastors were among the crowd; Rev. H. D. Stahmer of Cylinder; Rey. L. Richmann, Burt; Rev. R. W. Kabelitz, Fenton; Rev. E. F. Peter, Breckenridge, Oklahoma, and Candidate of the Ministry John Zimmerman of St. Louis. The Ladles' Aid served supper to the pastors and their families In the church parlors. LuVerne Young Man Groom May 31st LuVerne: Miss Margaret Van Patten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. VV. Van Patten, Ames, and John M. Phillips, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phillips, of LuVerne were married Monday, May 31, at Independence, Mo. The Rev. Chas. "!. McOinley officiated. The bride is a graduate of the Ames high school and the Iowa State college and for the past three years has been a very successful teacher in :he LuVerne school. Mr. Phillips was born and reared in LuVerne, where he has a very good produce business established. They will make their home in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are receiving the congratulations of their friends, who are wishing them a happy married life. Titonka Ball Nine Defeats Whittemore The Whittemore baseball team bowed before Titonka, Sunday aft- moon at Titonka, and the Indians won by a 9 to 2 score. After the first two innings, the contest was hard fought Boeckelman. Titonka hurler, pitched airtight ball all the way. West Bend is to meet Whittemore this coming Sunday. Whittemore defeated West Bend earlier in the season, 8 to 6, in twelve innings. Dance Program, 24th Miss Bernlce Stock' announces her classes of dancing pupils will give a program of entertainment In the high school auditorium, on Thursday evening, June 24th. A military theme, in keeping with the Fourth of July, is to be presented. Return From West West Bend: Bob Munson and Herbert Benninger left Tuesday for California, where they will spend a month sight seeing. Both are graduates of the West Bend high school this year. Stroke in Barber Shop West Bend: John Bauman suffered a stroke of paralysis in the B. B. Roberts barber shop Saturday afternoon. He is in a serious condition at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Nachtman. 100 Chicks Burn Irvington: About 100 baby chicks were destroyed by fire last Sunday when the chicken house belonging to the J. W. Patterson tenant house burned down. The Davis family occupy the tenant house. Wagner Infant At St. Joe Bapt'red St Joe: The infant daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Orville Wagner was baptized Elaine Elizabeth Sunday by Rvv. Father Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. John B. Reding and Jim Reding. The infant was born June 4th and i* the first child for the Wagners. Honeymooners Back West B«nd: Mr. and Mrs. Verne Miller returned Thursday from a wedding trip spent in Minnesota. They are living in the H. M. Manti home. Hospital Newt General Hwpital J. V. Elbert, Whittemort, minor operation. Lloyd DavU, Irvington, medical Hospital June 8tb, Helen Baas, tontilect- omy June 8th, Lewis Olson, medical patient, dismissed. June 5th, daughter bora to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green, Britt. May 28th, Duane Riley, medical treatment. May 29th, Mrs. A. C. Riley, medical treatment. May 24th, Ernest Jones, major operation. June 2nd, Ernest Jones, major operation. June 2nd, son born to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. James. June 5tbt ^Lambert VenUicher, operation. June 6ttt, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. Hanson. June 6th, Carl Daly, hip injury. May 27th, Ralph Stoll, medical patient. June 1st, a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. John McMabon, Britt Card of Thanks We wiah to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the beautiful floral tributes and many kindnesses extended to us at the Urn* of the death o/ our beloved mother. 23* —The Germann Children. SCUFFING SHOU Ot Wft. NITURI WON'T MAI IT OKIES QUICKLY LOWE BROTHERS PORCH AND DECK PAINT it made to wear and Wear, cod WEAR! b i* equally good on wood or CMMM floors and is mad* ia tergal pprcb floor colon. IT'S TOUOHI F. S. Norton & SOB Phone 229 BATH PREPARATIONS BATH OILS BATH SALTS BATH POWDER DUSTING POWDER BODY SACHET TOILET WATER In Pine, Carnation, Lilac, Lavender and Gardenia odors. TB«Se preparations are the supreme tribut^ to loveliness, they stand apart M prizes and gifts- GIFTS Imported Apple, Crab and Chicken Bakers, an essential with your pottery table service. New shipments of white wire, pictures, plaques and Evr-Freah Utility Bags have just arrived. Minimize your gift and prize budget by walking upstatri to our gift department Marigold Shoppes Phone 803 Over Council Oak See These Used Tractors and Plows F-12 Tractor with cultivator 2 Regular Farm-All tractors with cultivators F-20 Farm-All with cultivator Three 10-20 McCormick-Deering tractors 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor 22-36 McCormick-Deering tractor USED CABS 1931 Poutiac Coach 1935 Ford V-8 Panel 1934 Ford V-8 Truck McCormick Peering Store Also Some Used Plows and Hay Tools Phone 52 East State Put patents on Yourself! Colored patent leather sandaETare the big inspiration this summer. They'll pick up one of the colors in your fresh new print, or contrast smartly with cool white. And the price is beyond your wildest dream. Only $2.95. Coronation red, yellow or white. And other smart styles at 2.95 to 6.75 Sketched from stock to see style 760 Christensen Bros, SHOE DEPARTMENT WWVWWVhftrt VWWVWWVW The Algona Auction Co. in W i* Y? ***** to • erve both *• • eUer ilion in Algoa» every Saturday «*iy«* a* oar pav- Saturday. June 12 If you have any pasture cattle, get Hum in for H»tuM»r M we have all kind* of coll* for cattle, aba a good outlet for •ome good spring cows. We have calk for good fecdeTpJ We have listed four head of work bone* for tote ml- ron .i Come in and look this line over. We have the B«Ue City .Threaher and the Kewanee Elevator We handle the DeLaval Separator*, We will have a repair * w * ttaetor. We handle fee Defeva! Separate* WU start oattai* »t la* TTOMH fWh Mo property removed until trnird tor i Bwwjr Day. Sate hw» phmw 71 C. O. FOB QUICK BB8ULT8~UflB THE WAOT ADS

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