The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, JTaly 8,1937 EVE* If H'» hot cnrmirh to "fry an r^e on your ro»f." yonr home ran h« »m«7)njf]^ comforl.ibl* . . . IF JP>« »«rp a layfr of CAPITOL ROCK WOOt, Insulation 'blown nndor your roof ami rc-tw^n yonr wall*. It nsnally mak»i S" to 15' dlffonwc ! And In Winter, a fuel raring of 20T fo W~ t goon t>ay« for the cntir? job. Find ont (he foil farts NOW thro the tor- ~ tore of another whr ro We sell and install Chamberlain Weatherstrip for doors and win- lows. COWAN BUILDING & SUPPLY GO, Iowa State Bank BIdg. ALGONA, IOWA The NEW CALL AND - KOMFORTABL Friday-Saturday, July 9-10 Once a Year a Surprise Picture! And Here It Is Vina picture greatness! Real human tenderness! drama from Josephine Lawrence's novel. "MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW" A Paramount Uttvn wJrh VICTOR MOORE BEULAH BONDI • FAY BAINTER Their love burns warmer with the years. Film of needy old age of the genuinely moving productions I have ever seen. —The Management. One CADE REUNION HELD SUNDAY Whittemore, Algona, West Bend, Fenton Families Present Whittemore: A Gade family re union was held at the Call State Park. Sunday. There are 13 child ren. all of whom were present ex cept Mrs. William Roeber. husband and family. Both Mr. and Mrs August Gade. father and mother were present. Children who at tended were the William Bell. Ed win and Ernest Gade families o West Bend, the Robert Bell and Hu go Gade families of Algona. the William and Herman Meyer fam ilies. the Otto Bell and" Werner Gade families of here, the Hupo Faulstich family of Lotts Creek, the Herman Gade family and the Emi Bierstedt family of Fenton. The grandchildren who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell and dangh- 'er nnd the Henry Lauck family of { here, the Alfred Bruhn family of i Fairvllle and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I Lieb and son. Duane of Lotts Creek. > Everyone brought well filled baskets ! and the afternoon was spent visit' ing. Girl Born July * Mr. and Mrs. William Struecker are parents of a girl born to them July 4th. There are now eight boys and five girls in the family. Girl Going to Calif. Marcella Cullen accompanied by r*th«"-ir'<' ptreit of Mason City, left for California by auto Monday mornins for an extended visit with Marcella's sister. Mrs. Blanid Cullen R. N. Sunday-Monday, July 11-12 "hey're hom-ing around in a nut-house, f heir duties—for outios. Music. Lauplis. Oii-ls. Mrs. John Meine is reported as being on the sick list this week. Casper Kenne is being treated for infection on face. the left side of his •U *** «y*r ADAYA-1% THE RACES Mr. nnd Mrs. Seney are parents of a son. William, born last week Wed nesday. Father J. J. Hyland of Manilla is visiting friends in Whittemore this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich visited with relatives at Fairmont over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Burdine of Montezuma. spent the week end with friends here. Miss Bokenkamp of Akron, spent Sunday and Monday visiting at the Nick Thilgea home. Eugene Cavanaugh of Des Moines spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh. Marion Dunn of Mitchell. South Dakota, is spending this week at Eleanor Keen AC Barker Tearoom. Des Moines last Saturday Eleanor Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen. Algona was united in marriage to Eugene Wettstone. son of Mr. and Mrs. August Wettstone of Union City. New Jersey. The Rev. Thorn as A. Gallagher of the Grace Methodist church in Des Moines performed the single ring ceremony at 3:20 in the presence of the bride's family and a few close friends. The bride wore a street-length dress of light blue and white dotted swiss with white sandals. Her corsage was pink Georgia begonias. Janet Zerfass. former school mate of the bride and daughter of P. P. Zerfass. attended Mrs. Wettstone. Miss Zerfass. who is employed at the state comptroller's office, was attired in navy blue and white lin- n. Joe Kean of DCS Moines. a school mate of Mr. Wettstone at the Un- versity of Iowa, attended the bridegroom. Immediately after the ceremony Mrs. Frank Barker, former resident of Algona and a friend of the Keen 'amily. served a three-course wedding dinner. Mrs. Wettstone will continue her work with the Iowa State Safety Council. Mr. Wettstone, 1937 Big "en gymnastic champion, will be thletic director at a camp on Lake Michigan for the remainder of the ummer. In the fall he plans to ake his master's degree in prepara- 'on for a coaching position. Both the bride and bridegroom •ere graduated this spring from the University of Iowa. Mrs. Wettstone received her degree in journalism and Mr. Wettstone in physical education. Here's Your Chance To Save On Modern PLUMBING FIXTURES! Modern plumliine N not only a permanent investment in liPalth nnd comfort, but it iilso makes for inrreuwd property value. Let us show you the many new developments in design und colors of the very luU-st plumbing fixtures. Phone 404 LAING and MUCKEY Xm-th Dodge Street When They Ruin Your Tires.... (Heat. rnrl'Tiiiflatioi], cut-. .4;iil<lin<r and curlj We'll Fix Em Right With Our New Vulcanizing Machine The must modern, efficient ,,n lh.- market. Jiuule to lit the treads of all present day and present style .stires. DUTCH'S SUPER SERVICE Mr. and Mi-s. Burton Thorpe of Algona also attended the wedding. Picnic For Lutheran Aid— The annual picnic for the members and friends of the Algona Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Aid will be held on Thursday. July 15. in the state park. All members and their guests will meet at two o'clock at the church. From there they will rroceed to the park. Cars will be furnished for those who have no way of transportation to the picnic ground. The entertainment committee, consisting of Mrs. Peck. Mrs. Hardyk and Mrs. Hanselman. have charge of the program for the day. Country On* Party— A dinner bridge party will be held In the club house at the Country club Tuesday evening. July 13. Those serving on the committee are Mrs. R. B. Waller, chairwoman. Leighton Misbach, R, L. McMkhon, P. V. Janse. Mrs. Carl Pearson, Mrs. H. J. Cowan. B. T. Agard, M. G. Bourne. Fred TSmm. Mrs. H. B. White, Mrs. Floyd Pierce. L. E. Linnan and Casey Loss. E. T. W^- ~~"~ Mrs. Andrew Godfredson entertained the members of the E. T. W. bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon. There were eight guests in attendance. Mrs. FVed Powell won the high score prize, Mrs. Henry Bruns received the travel prize, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Elliott Skilllng. Mrs.'Russell Cook was a guest. dear Lake Party- Mrs. Dennis Goeders entertained the members of her eightsome at the Falkenhainer cottage at Clear Lake at a bridge party Thursday. Those attending from here are Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. Joe Bloom. Mrs. Harry Hull. Mrs, L. G. Baker, Mrs. Dana Paxson. Mrs. Chet Williams and Mrs. W. G. McCullough. Family Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh entertained at a family dinner. Sunday, July 4, in honor of Mrs. Murtagh's sister, Mable Cratty. of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison, and Mr. and Mrs. R, I. Cratty were Nettie Wei«brod Of Fenton Bride In Rites, Sunday Fenton: Miss Nettie Welsbrod. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod of Fenton, and Ernest Veaux of Ida Grove were married at the Methodist parsonage, Mankato. Minn.. Sunday. The bride Is a graduate of the Fenton high school, attended Morningside College at Sioux City two years and Iowa State Teachers' College. Cedar Falls, one year. She taught rural school for several years and during the past seven years was third and fourth grade teacher In the Fenton public school. Mr. Veaux studied engineering In Chicago for several years and at present is manager of the paint and body department of the Chevrolet garage at Ida Grove. Following their marriage at Man- katp, Mr. and Mrs. Veaux left on a sight-seeing and fishing trip in northern Minnesota and Canada. Upon their return they will locate at Ida Grove temporarily. guests. Ha-Tan-V'e Initiate* Four— The Wa-Tan-Ye club had a six- thirty dinner Tuesday evening at the Country Club. After dinner the following four new members were initiated into the club: Beulah Larson. Lulu Huenhold, Imelda Dooley, and Violet Norman. 6,500 Paid To See July 4-5 Program An estimated 6.500 paid admissions to the July Fourth and Fifth celebration at the Kossuth fairgrounds was made by Earl Vincent, fair secretary. Wednesday. Vincent said that the Sunday attendance was below expectations, but Monday's was a little better than expected. He added that he believed the fair board had come out a few dollars ahead, but was unable to say exactly how much. The show, he added, cost a total of about $3,500 to After the 4th SALE on BETTER-DRESSES put on. The free acts of the program were widely praised as the best ever presented here. Aces — Mrs. F. J. Laing will entertain ler Easy Ace bridge club members Text Tuesday afternoon at her lome. 400 East State Phoue the Geo. Winkel home. Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner visited over the Fourth with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelin and Arliss Klein of Mason City spent the week end at the Ray Oliver home. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke spent from Wednesday until Friday with relatives at Truman and Fairmont, Minn. Lullus Smith of Chicago arrived in town Sunday to spend two weeks with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. L B. Smith. J. R. Bigley from the west came Wednesday evening to spend part of the summer with his sister, Mrs. William Higgins. The George Maahs and George Schultz families and Reta Struecker spent the week end In the Erwin Kuecker home at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rochford drove to New Hampton Friday after their son. Tommy, who had been visiting with relatives the past two week 3. Miss Mathilda Wagner, who attend* Iowa State Teachers' College. Cediir Falls, spent the week with her mother, Mrs. Mathilda Wagner. State Printer Tom White nnd wife -it lJe* Moines visited at the J. S. 1'ullen home Sunday. Tom was a. former editor of the Whittemore Champion. Mrs. A. D. Brogan, Stanley and Bonnie returned home from Minneapolis Thursday evening after spending a few days visiting with friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Fry, Catherine, Carmen and John and the Leo Hollenbeck family, all of Nevada, Iowa, spent Sunday and Monday at the S A. Savage and Clyde Airhart homes. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery, daughters Frances and Valerie of Fonda, and son Forbes of PitUburg, Pa., viisted at the Harve S. Dailey and Dr. J. W. McCreery homes, on Sunday. Alma Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert. and Catherine <eiso, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jim Kelso are spending their vacation with their parents. They are tak- ng nurses' training at Mercy hos- )ital in Davenport. Dan Boyle and nephew, Austin Webster of Shellshurg. Wis., and VIr. arid Mrs, Jirn Boyle of Black- 'oot. Idaho, vibittd at the Catherine O'lirien home over the week end. The two Boyle gentlemen are brother* of Mra. O'Brien. Father William Veil left Wed- icsday for Ntz 1'ierse, Idaho, to vis- l his brother. Father Charles Veil. •Yom Idaho Father Veil was going ' / lilw .ler I'ark, Montana, to at- •j»ii his class reunion and to eel- jralL the 25tti anniversary of their rdmati'm to tile priesthood. Mr and Mrs Curtis She-idler spent ihe wei-k tnii at trie K. C. Mahler home iri Uariium and Uie C S. Sheid- l« f home in Alanson. Oeraidine tit Waterloo accompanied li»«r« i.oniK to hptrul two weeks. Mr and Mrs. Kliner Kurturn of (.'hii.iigo an; .•^ending a few daya tiii* week with the former's mother, Mr.v Knitha K'Tluitt. Iratall Officers, Wesley Auxiliary U'c^lty: tivw officers for 1937-Sg for trie local unit of the American legion Auxiliary were initialled at the regular meeting Tnurbday night with Mr». Anthony Johnson aa installing officer. taking office were: Mr*. J. JL. Htudtr, president; Mrs, Leo blckij, vice president; Mm. Tom t'orburgtr. secretary; Mr». Halvor Morn, Jr., treasurer; Mm. Kate'Jy, chaplain; Urn. L. L. Lea*«, hialoruin. Mm Simon Hirner acted aa hoiitfciw. Trie local group in iu*k>nn i/litna tur the regular Kos- tuth county meeting to be held in Wtiity, Tuesday afternoon, July 13, the (netting place- being at th* M. t church- The next local evening meeting will be the timt Thor»day iu July with Mr*. Kennedy aa Ottosen People Home From Coast Ottosen: Mrs. Rasmussen and son, Raymond, who spent the winter in California, returned home on Tuesday. The To Sponsor Social Lutheran Ladies' Aid will sponsor an ice cream social Saturday evening, July 10 at the church parlors. Mrs. Lovig is visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Togeas at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olaon and family of Clarion spent Sunday at the Erlck Dahl home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and sons spent Sunday at the Nels Koleatad home in Rodman. Mrs. Anna Longseth and sons spent the week end at the Alfred Lembke home at Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and daughter of Perry spent the week end at the Henry Henrickson home. Douglas Olson went to Iowa City Friday to visit Mrs. Patton. Mr. Patton returned home with him.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Zinnel nnd their daughter and Mrs. Roy Telford and sons were Algona callers Thursday. Falls Mrs. Modeen of Bradgnte and Mrs. Jame-i Hedcen und son of Fort Dodge .spent the week end at the Roy Kinscth home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and family left Saturday for Omaha, where they will visit Mrs. Kinseth'a parents for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl and family and Verna Holt were Fort Dodge shoppers Friday. Mrs. Peter Holt, who has been staying down there, returned home with them. Verle Elmore Of Good Hope Kicked By Horse, Friday Good Hope: Verle, five year old twin son of Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore, was painfully injured Friday evening of last week when he was kicked in the face by a horse. It was necessary to put him under ether to dress the wound which required several stitches. If our memory serves us right hsi twin brother, Earl, suffered a simlar accident a year or two ago. Grand Summer Opening Fenton Pavilion to Paul Moorhead and his Orchestra FRIDAY JULY 9 BUY A BETTER-DRESS AT-A-PRICE You Would Ordinarily Pay for a Cheap Dress Stunning exclusive models in new arrivals that are appropriate for afternoon, dinner and evening wear. Chiffons Nets Bembergs Shantungs Laces Linens You know it's really just the beginning of summer—so you have a full season ahead and yet you save several dollars on one of these beautiful summer dresses. Christensen Bros. Co. "Atgona's Style Center Tot/cttonl Totf&uulfc /oo^ooo^tfcttwomtf^^^ FURNITURE Tom Reid is driving a new Chevrolet sedan purchased last week. The Claude Seeleya of Plum Creek spent Sunday with the W. I. Dodda. The Martin Jensens, Algona, were guests at Good Hope parsonage, Sunday. Martha Madson spent last Saturday to Monday with her /oiks at Eagle Grove. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were guests of the Misses Mattle Warner and Eva Whitney of Hurt, Monday. George Hawcott was down Tuesday from his home north of Hurt to help his father, K. F. Hawcott with corn plowing. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbaith, son Marvin and nieces. Alice and Doraine Kohlwes spent Sunday with relatives in LuVerne. Friday evening of lust week 85 friends of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter gathered at the Tom Reids to Kive them a charivari following tteir return from a honeymoon trip. Barbara Rutledge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rutledge, Goldfield, returned home Friday. She has been spending a month with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rutledge. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gross and »ons, "Hilly" and "Bob" and the V. J. Grosses spent last Sunday at Storm Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gross. The A. M. GuiUfsona, Og- deii, <tnd Mrs. Curl Pattoo, Booue, were also members at the party. Mm. Freda Christensen is again confined to a local hospital. Mrs. Christensen U suffering from a nervous disorder. Closing Out Hardwood Frame Canvas Covered LAWN CHAIRS $2.10 adjustable arm, going at $1.49 $1.50 one-action fold, going at "~I~ $1.29 Two dozen 98c special, going at I—III 89c BARGAIN GLIDER Close-out regular $24,- 50 value, going at $1715 «verai Beautiful SUeboygan fibre suites must be moved, we need the room, tegular $oJ.50 3-piece suite going at- £39 Tfi Kegular $39.75 3-piece suite going at'- ^-HIIIIIII""IIir $31.75 RICHARDSON OOMPAMY

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