The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1937
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The Algona Upper Peg Moineg, AJgotta, towa, July 15,1937 BURT GIRL WED TOALGONAMAN Elizabeth Rash, Chester Webb United By Presbyterian Pastor Burt: Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash, and Chester Webb of Algona, were married at the Presbyterian mange here Saturday evening, the Rev. J. M. Doms performing the ceremony. They will be at home In Algona where Mr. Webb does carpenter work. To Okobojl Camp Mrs. E. A. Illff and a group of girls went to the Methodist camp grounds at Lake Okoboji Sunday, And are spending this week at the Queen Esther camp, being; held there. The girls attending are: Phyllis Brooke, Zelpha Rae Pratt, LaVonne Ringsdorf, Norma Scott, Betty Walker, Maybelllne Miller, Virginia Patterson and Eleanor Stewart. Sarah and Ruth Schroed- cr also spent Sunday there. The F. A. Ringsdorfs, Charles Scotts, and E. A. Millers took the girls up Sunday. Mrs. Illff Is leader of the local circle. ' Des Molnes Olrl Is Oue«t Paul Kriethe, Jr., and Gardner Patterson went to Des Molnes Sunday to get Mary Jamison, who is a guest at the Kriethe home. Monday evening a dinner in her honor was given at the Kriethe home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle, Rachel Clapsaddle, Marllda Pratt, Gardner Patterson and John Scbfoeder. Going to Peorla The Art Fandels spent Sunday with Mr. Fandel's parents at Whittemore. On Wednesday of this week Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel will accompany Mr. Fandel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. \V. Fandel and his brother, the Rev. Edward Fandel. Remsen. to Peoria. 111., for a few days' visit. Defeat OttosPn 2-1 Burt won the baseball game, which was played here Sunday afternoon with Ottosen. The score was 2 to 1. Had Tonsils Out Monday morning. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle took out the tonsils of six more children. They were Roger and Lester Steward, Dennis and Arlene Beitz, and Wayne and Russell Strayer, Algona. This makes a total of 20 tonsil operations that he has performed within the last few days. Has llth Birthday Mary Ann Gettman celebrated her llth birthday last week Thursday by entertaining a group of friends at a party. They were Helen and Stella Rachut, Delores Black, Dorothea and Mary Ellen Steward and Lavonne Grlese. The Glenn Andersons spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Willard Stow and Robert Esary spent Sunday in Ames. ^ Mary Jean Rachut spent Sunday with friends in Titonka. Mrs. R. S. John will entertain the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lacy, Algona, Visited Sunday at the H. O. Buell home. Dr. and Mrs. Weber, Bancroft, were Sunday guests at the Condit Bowie home. The George Grays spent Sunday with Mr. Gray's brother at Winnebago, Minn. Harvey Helgason and Mrs. Kennison. Armstrong, visited at the C. B. Chipman home Sunday. Mrs. N. M. Godfredson, Swea City, spent Monday at the home of her father, J. O. Isenberger. Mrs. F. P. Inlay. IvToville. visited C/K nsulation WILL MAKE YOUR HOME ASTONISHINGLY COOLER THI •ZPIIKNCI la soorcH of home* In tbl« vicinity, Innulatml »lth CAPITOL KOCK WOOL. «how what aa. astounding new jammer-comfort Inaulatlon bring*. The temperature dlftprpnc* li uju- •117 M much ai 8* to 19*. In Winter, the hotiae In measurably wnrnier ami fIM 1 cnHtft rut 20% to 407'.. Any type of construction cnn be Insulnteil by our pneumatic raetbotl. Al* for the full lactt. We sell and install Chamberlain \Veatherstrip for doors and win- lows. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO, ALGOttA, IOWA Family Picnic- Mabel Foxwell, Olympia, Washington, here for an extended visit, was honor guest at a family picnic Sunday on the Third Ward schoolhouse lawn. Attending were: Mrs. Cora Raney (Mabel's mother), Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson, Mr. and»Mrs. Ray Fitch, and Mrs. Howard Shore, Algona, Mrs. B. S. Hartzell, C. E. Clark, Robert Moore, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raney, Livermore and Guy Raney, Livermore, C. T. Olson. Rodland. A. E. Spear, Sherman, Minn., and B. E. Stiles, Charles City. A big picnic potluck dinner was served. The afternoon was spent playing games. Farewel! Party— A farewell party presided over by Father C. A. Ahmann of Algona was given Wednesday evening at the academy hall In honor of Father T. J. Davern, who has been transferred to Corpus Christ! parish, Ft. Dodge. Father Davern will leave Algona today (Thursday) for his new parish and the Rev. J. M. Mall- ingcr of Grand Junction will come to Algona today. A program was held and refreshments were served at a late hour. Father Davern has been in Algona the past 14 years, coming here from Humboldt and previous to that was at the Sacred Heart parish in Fort Dodge. Family Reunion— A family reunion was held last week Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Grahams, Algona. Attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Mcrritt Porter of Mitchellville. Jim Sewick of Burt. Kenneth May of Pocahontas. Orville Stow of Davenport. Lester Stow of Cedar Rapids, Fred Stow of Burt. Raymond Housour and Paul Wlile of Algona and Dr. .Tohn and Catherine Housour of Chicago. The Housours returned to their home Monday and the Port- ers left Tuesday. The others came just for the day. Mrs. Graham Is an aunt of Mrs. Paul Wille. Benefit Bridge— Mrs. George Johnson was hostess to a benefit bridge party and one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Irving Urch. Friday, July 9. Five tables of bridge were played. Mrs. Peter Waldron won high, Mrs. L. M. Merritt won low and Mrs. Hugh Raney chair prize. This IS the beginning of a series of parties to be given by the club ladies to get funds for the Plum Creek Literary club. We hope the good work will continue during the club's summer vacation. Each member can choose her hostess and have any form of party she wishes. 42 at C. C. Party- Mrs. Joe Greenberg and Joe Bloom won high prizes at bridge at the Country Club party, Tuesday evening. Mrs. R. L. Duncan, Westfield, N. J.. a guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, and W. T. Reldy won low prizes. In a solgan contest conducted during the dinner, Mr. Duncan won first prize. In a second contest naming a city for each letter of the alphabet. Mrs. C. K. Smith, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, took the honors. There were 42 at the dinner- bridge. Post Nuptial Shower— Maurine McCullough. Olivia Kressin, Lula Kohl and Mrs. Harry Thilges were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower at the McCullough home Monday evening honoring Mrs. Murl Potter of Humboldt. There were 12 guests in attendance. The high score prize in bridge was won by Mrs/ Ira Kohl. Flower Club— The Kossuth County Flower club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson with 16 members present. Watermelon was served. Hold Pcwt-Nuptial Shower, Good Hope Good Hope: Approximately SO guests gathered at the W. I. Dodds home in Good Hope community on Tuesday afternoon for a post-nuptial shower In honor of Marjorie Reid Potter. Informal pastime with paper and pencil engaged in by the guests and contributions of useful household hints created considerable «xcltement and hilarity. Indicative of the popularity of the guest of honor were the many useful and beautiful gifts which were viewed by the guests following the serving of refreshments. An item of rather unique Interest was the presence among the guests of the groom's two grandmothers, Mrs. L. E. Potter and Mrs. Jessie Dalziel, both of Algona. Hostesses were Mesdames W. A. McArthur and J. B. Winkel and Frances Winkel and Margaret Dodds. Another shower was held at the Ira Kohl's, Monday evening. Farm Animals Suffer Heat conditions were hard on farm animals last week, there being losses among hogs at the W. I. Dodds and Otto Laabs farms. Kenneth Rutledge also had a horse overheated. Iowa State Bank Bldg. The NEW CALL Sun.-Hon., July 18-19 ci I-';-5 Saturday Special CVmiinii'»us i'n.m o'clock, all > "Little Pioneer" "Skinned Again" Comes By Plane From East Coast For Irvington Visit Irvington: Bernard Frankl of Brooklyn. Mass., arrived in Irvington last Thursday evening, a week ago for a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl. The Frankl family met Bernard at Minneapolis, where he came by plane from Boston. Various stops :nroute were made at Newark, N. J.. Buffalo, N. Y.. Detroit. Chicago and thence to Minneapolis. from Tuesday to Thursday last week at the George Gray home. Andrew Peters. Monrovia, Calif., left Sunday after a few days' visit with his brother, W. A. Peters. The L. H. Schencks and the Horace Schencks, Crystal Lake, spent the week end at Clear Lake. Maxine Schenck returned home from Cedar Rapids Saturday, where she has been a student at Coe College. The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will serve home made Ice cream, pie and cake on the street Saturday evening. The L. E. Roetmans and W. J. Lockwoods visited Fairmont and had a picnic supper at Tuttle Lake Sunday. The Henry Gettmans visited the Roland Smiths at Lakota and the Harry Gilberts at Buffalo Center, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit with their daughter at Denver, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scbwelger and Oleona Ruth Warden, jDcpn, w«r« week end gue»U at thi Rev. O. H. Wessel and C. B. Hoffman homes. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dreramel and grandson. Donald Dremmel, return- id Saturday from a week's visit at he Floyd Dremmel home at Aurora, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Hackman, Kansas ity. Mo., visited Sunday at the J. \V. Dorrancc home. Mrs. Ilackman ami Mr.i. Dorrance were girlhood friend-i. Ccli.i IJ/rteau, Oak Park. Ill came Sunday for an extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs W. K. Slahl. The Fidells Sunday School class; met Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. I. W. Hansen. Mrs. L. H. Schenck, and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood as hostesses. Mrs. Cecil Godfredaon and children, Swea City, spent last week at the J. P. Stow home. On Sunday the J. P. Stows visited the Godfred- sons at Swea City. Mrs. Allie Brunson, bpencer, who hud spent a couple of weeks here with her friend. Mra. George Carroll, left Sunday to visit her brother, Frank Clark, at Garner. E. O Chiprnan. the M. M. C'hip- maris. Mrs Lillian Sheldon and Oriole Brooke attended the I. O. O F. pi' me at the Odd Fellows ' Home at Mason City .Sunday. Mr ar,>i Mrs C C. Smith ami their .son ','a.->a and family. Glendale. California, returned Sunday from a week's outing at Big Sandy ike in northern Minnesota. .\fr «nd Mr:, K I Smith and Mr I 'j Mr-. l.i. L. McDonald spent j | Sunday -it the Fairmont Golf i.lub. ' of the group of members of the Algona Golf < lub, who were gue.ita of th<: K'urrnonl Golf < lub. Mr ui'l Mrs. Oscar Anderson and ghU-r, Esther, and Mrs.. Win. Bleich. Sr . New Kichaland. Minn., ami Mr and Mrs. Frank Hoot W.'it- i-rvilk- Mum visited Sunday at the I-uU and Bleii.h homes here. Mr and Mrs. Chester Sills. Gal- r,railh. visited Sunday tit the E. K. I'.tine home. They toon home with tin in tneir little daughter, Jandice. •,vho iiad .-.pent a couple of weeks it with her grandparent.-!. The H. K. KauUky.i and Anna Mcn.ii.-i-. Furl Dodge, Mr and Mrs.. Guv Gallon I'hotnix, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mei/uer and Mrs. ('Ian Oi.-on and daughter were Sunday i-vening dinner guests at the A. H Meinzer home. < 'i irctii c Si.-hradcr. who teaches at j Hobb.;. New Mexico, came home Sunday for a few weeks' visit with hi:, pai nits. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Srhi-iider. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Si.-iiriidcr were also Sunday guests ut the Schradtr home. The Rev. und Mrs. Thoburn Spckhvr and son, Billie, returned Sunday from the Methodist camp ground at Lake Okoboji. where they had spent a week with a group of New Outfit The farmers connected with the Harry Potter threshing crew have purchased a new threshing outfit. The farmers live in Cresco and Whlttemore townships. Boy at Colemans Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Coleman are the happy parents of an eight pound baby boy. The young man (Larry Wilfred) arrived,last Saturday afternoon and both mother a»d son are doing very nicely. Mrs. Jennings is assisting with the care of the patients. New Grades Established Roads in Irvington and Cresco townships have all been re-surfaced and several new grades arc to be established. The Scifert grading crew of Lcdyard moved in Tuesday evening and a new grade ii to be established on the mile be I ween the Perry Phillips and the Jay Stevens farms. This road has always been low and grassy and in some seasons of the year almost impassable. The Dunlap farm Is the only one located within the mile. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Simmons were recent guests at the David King home. They came to attend the funeral of their cousin, Arthur Simmons of West Bend. Duane Riley is somewhat Improved from his recent operation. However. Sunday morning he was given a blood transfusion, his father Douglas Riley. being the donor. Dorothy Mawdsley left last Monday for an extended visit in Omaha with relatives She returned with Mrs. Clara Dutton Peters, who has been a recent visitor in this vicinity. Farmers with crops of rye were busy cutting and shocking their fields this week. Most of them have already completed the work. The condition of the crop promise* excellent tjuality with plenty of straw. Mr. and Mrs Victor Hippert with their two sons and two daughters, arrived recently from Saskatchewan. Canada for an indefinite visit with Mrs Nick Leners. Mr. Hippert is Mrs. Leners' uncle. The trip was made by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ramus moved last week into the little cottage just north of the Irvington river bridge. Mr. Ramus trucks rriilk for the cheese factory six miles east of LuVerne and has a number of pal- The R. F. Hawcotts were at Mason City last Friday on business. The W. J. Bournes. Algona, were guests at the R. F. Hawcotts," Sunday. Mrs. James Knoll spent several days with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, last week. The Good Hope Ladies' Aid entertained the Burt, Lone Rock, and Whlttemore Ladies' Aids Wednesday of last week. Members of the township 4-H club and the O-U-R class of Good Hope Sunday School met at the church Monday evening to practice for a program. . jA number of Good Hope people are planning to attend the Okoboji Bible conference at the Methodist camp ground on the opening Sunday, July 25. There will be no Ing service at Good Hope on that date. Helen McMahon visited the Ben Dwengers south of Algona last Thursday and Friday and went to Mason City Saturday for the removal of the splints from the arm which was broken in the auto accident In which she was involved some weeks ago. Tom Reid put a new roof on the north side of his house last week and in the process found the chimney in a bad state of repair requiring rebuilding. He counts himself fortunate that discovery of the faulty condition was made before resulting in a flre. Incidentally a close inspections of the condition of one's home chimney is not apt to be wasted time. Mrs. B. G. Shields, niece of Rev. Allen Wood, and Mrs. C. J. Wright, both of New York City, and Miss Clara Jenkins, Pueblo. Colo., were guests Wednesday to Friday of last week of the Woods. The two former were enroute home from Colorado where they had been for several weeks. Miss Jenkins is returning with them for a visit. SENECA NEWS Velma Hansen, IIBUBII»» ""'•"• and Mrs. Peter Hansen, IB suffering from Wood poison In her foot caused by a sliver. The Seneca N. R. G. club met at the Ole Rown home Friday afternoon, with Elna and Dagney Rown as hostesses. Mrs. Charles Osborn is the new leader and Mrs. F. fc. Slagle Is assistant leader. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson of Hurt and their daughter, Doris and husband of California and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Plynn and family of Detroit, Michigan, spent Thursday evening at the Mike Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Banwart and son, Robert of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom St. John home. Mr. and n. Isler of West Bwid and Ralph Banwart of Rodman spent th* afternoon at the St. John borne. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig and children, Donna Jean, Gene and Betty Ann, spent the past week end with relatives at Walnut Grove, Minn. Cyril Smith, who baa spent the past week at the Bollig and Mike Kennedy homes, returned to his home with them. EdgeFaniflyTo Move September 1 Rev. J. H. Edge and famfTy ex- sect to leave about the first of Sep- ember for Mitchell, 8. D., where )r Edge will take over bis new- titles as president of Dakota Wes- eyan college. Arnutrong Man Buys Burt Shop Armstrong: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Higgins and daughters moved to Burt this week where Mr. Higgins has purchased a barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Duffey are now living in the house vacated by the Higgins family. Flynn Mitchell is spending n week's vacation in the Black Hills. Clifton DeBates of Maplcton. Minn., spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Frances DeBates. The Misses Nellie and Mary Guerdet, students at Mankato, visited a few days at the parental Anton Guerdet home. Lavon and Myrna Strohbehn of Reinbech, are visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Atwood. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmlter and son, Willard and daughter, Marie, were Sunday evening guests at the Cyril Haag home near Ledyard. Mrs. Russell Sinclair and daughter of Oelwein, returned to their home there after spending a week at the parental S. B. Knutson home. Curtis Halverson of Blue Earth JULY CLEARANCE SALE July 16th-24th The kind of bargains yon get once a season in our clean-up sale. DRESSES Values to $1.95 A clearance of spring and summer dresses. Prints, voiles, cotton pique also white sun hack dresses. Your choice for only 49c HATS Values to $3.50 Dark and light straws, also pastel felts. Real bargains for only 49c BLOUSES Values $1.00 Just a few odd sizes to close out at 79c White hats at reduced prices, also pastel straws at Va price. FLOWERS Values to $1.00 1 /4 off on ajl flowers. Gay and attractive to brighten your dress or suit, The Elite the final term* Of •»« The Edge family has been During August, the first three IN OUR MODERN SALON Make your visits to the Marigold frequently. You'll find courteous attendants, a modern alr-condl- tioned shop and pleasant surroundings ready to refresh you. You'll walk out looking perfect and feeling fine; ready for any summer activity. Our special individualized permanent^ range from $2.Z5- Expert hair cutting from BOc. Manicures, wave setting, rinses, and ither services at special summer prices. Walk Upstairs and Save Money on Your Olfto Marigald Beauty Shoppes Phone 803 Algona, Iowa ASEBALL Algbim's Lighted Ball Park TONITE—THURSDAY, JULY 15 ALGONA vs CERTAINTEE Millers of Ft Dodge 8:30 p. m. COMING SUNDAY, JULY 18 TEXAS BLACK SPIDERS vs. ALGONA GRAYS See the Pepper Ball and Comedy and Ardella Halveraon of Fairmont, Minn., spent a few days with their I parents, Mr. and Mra. Cecil Haiver- rons in this vicinity. The Mesdames George and John Johnson were joint hostesses at a benefit bridge last Friday afternoon at the Irving Urch home in Algona for the I'luin Creek Literary so i it-ty. Several other occasions ar also being planned. Mrs. Simmons, mother of Mrs. l>& vid King, has been in West Bcm visiting ut the home of Miss Id Hiley. the occasion being to permi Miss Riley to vuit her cousin, Artfc ur Simmons, who was ill ut a vet vruns' hospital in Des Moines. How over, la.,t Monday Mr. Simmon passed away. To Attend National Editorial Convention Mr. and Mr». K. B. Waller will leave Friday for Detroit. Michigan, where they will attend the National Kpv.orth Leaguers, ing they left for Monday morn.,.„ „.,, -— Evanston, 111., where they will spend a couple ol wicks with Mm. Speicher'a parent* and Rev. Speichsr will attend a conference being held there. Next Sunday the Rev. G. H. Weasel will fill Rev. Sueicher's pulpit. Mary Kathryn Blum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blum, is re- uperating in the Coleman hospital n Ehtherville from an appendect- imy. Maxine Erickson, a student nurse n St. I'aul. returned there Tues- lay after spending a week's vaca- lon at the parental Forrest Erick>on home. Lois and Bobby Rankin and Betty Lou Vandenburgh, of Minneapo- is, are visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennison here. Word has been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tostenson of Charles City on July 5th. Mrs. Tostenson is the former Harriet Ersland of this place Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beardsley of Cedar Rapids and daughter, Marilyn visited a few days at the parental S. B. Knudson home. Mra. Beardsley and Marilyn rtmained here for a two weeks' visit. The Misses Gertude und Josephine Blum, Betty Camden ar.d Irene Irmiter left Monday afternoon for the Twin Cities after upending the Fourth of July holidays at the respective E. S. Camden, H. M. Irmiter and Mrs. Bridget Blum homes here. Mr. and Mr«. Merrill N loosen and daughter. Jerry left this week for a trip to Portland. Oregon, and Long Beach, California. They were accompanied by Mra. Nlconen's father, C. E. Matlock of Long Beach, Calif. Mr. Nlcoaen will return in a couple You Have Been Waiting For This Big Demonstration of Norge Washer*, Ironers and Refrigerator* MISS JULIA DEARCHS State Home- economist and her assistant will be At OUR STORE all day and evening. SATURDAY July 17th Editorial Association convention on July 19. 20 and 21. They will drive to Decorah, Iowa, and from there continue on to Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hammond of Dec- orab. Mr. Hammond U editor of The Decorah Journal. From Chicago they will Join a large party of newspaper people on u special train to Detroit. of weeks but Mrs. Nicosen and Jerry will remain for the nummer. Mr. and Mm. Hollo Mafcatnin of Davenport visited from Friday until Monday at the home of Mr. and Mra. Fred Ingle. Mr. and Mra. Makoben were recently married, and Ui». Makoben U a stater of Mr. Ingl*. Mr. Ingle U employed at Dau'» garage. Giving a complete demonstration of the various ways of getting the most out of your Washer, Iron- or or Electric Refrigerator. Many who now own these products as well as those who are interested iu them will welcome this opportunity of seeing them demonstrated in actual use. Valuahle door gifts will be given —he sure to come, you'll derive a lot of benefit from this educational meeting. RICHARDSON'S FUBNITUBE COMPANY

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