The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1937 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 28, 1937
Page 3
Start Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 28,1937 •Snowers for Bride— L Mr f' H ' Hl Rane y °* Klemme entertained at a miscellaneous shower honoring Loretta Howie of Emmetsburg at the home of Mrs. J A Jlaney, Friday evening. There were two tables of bridge. Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns won the high score prize, and Mrs. Everett Anderson recetv- «d the travel prize. Other guests were Bernlce Harrington, Ruth Roland, Leona Llchter and Alice Payne. Tuesday evening, Loretta was the honoree at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. H. C. Hargreavcs and Mrs. G. R. Cook at the Hargreaves home. There were 18 guests and bridge was the diversion of the evening. High score prize went to Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll, and consolation prize to Mrs. Henry .Tohann- «en, Jr., Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg won the travel prize. A luncheon was served and the bride received many beautiful gifts. Formal Dinner— Beta Sigma Phi sorority members met at a formal 7 o'clock dinner held In the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona, Monday evening. Five new members were initiated Into the sorority. The new members are Lorraine Arndorfer, Dean Arndorfer, Margaret Brown, {Catherine Carlson, and Carmen Roskopf. Others present at the dinner were Mrs. D. P. Smith, honorary sponsor, Mrs. George Vance, sponsor, Helen Corey, director,and the ten former members. The next meeting will be held November 2 at the home of Thelma Knudsen. Birthday Anniversaries— Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid and their daughter, Ardls Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Knoll, Valeria Pickett, Robert Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey and sons, Stanley and Robert Muckey, and Russell Pickett enjoyed a pot luck dinner at the Oscar Anedrson home, Sunday. The occasion was in honor of the recent birthday anniversary of Mrs. Muckey, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Anderson. Handkerchief Club— The members of the Handkerchief birthday club honored MM. L. S. Muckey's birthday at a party at her home Saturday afternoon. Cards were played, and prizes were won by Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, and Mrs. Leon Merrltt. The guests brought the luncheon and Mrs. Muckey received many lovely handkerchiefs. Farewell Dinner— C. H. Taylor entertained the employees of the Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory at a farewell dinner at Wallburg's, Thursday night, honoring Kyle Keith, who will spend the winter in California. The party attended the theatre after the dinner. District number six of the Iowa Buttermakers- met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 21, for a business and social meeting. After the meeting supper was served, cafeteria style to about 75 guests. Donate 67 Books To Swea Library Swea City: In the eve of their departure for their new home In St Louis, Mo., Buell, Jr., and Marjorie Pearson presented the Swea City Library with 67 good books. G. B. Pearson has a position there with the Chevrolet Motor Co. Mr. Pearson has been in St. Louis a short time, and Mrs. Pearson and the children have left to join him THE NEW C AJL L- • n L c a n n • WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY OCTOBER 27-28 The mightiest sea picture of them all! GHRy COOPER GEORGE RHFT ' SOULS of SEA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 88-80 Combination Tickets, Me WOMAH-MATIH COM HATWIIUI FRIDAY ^SW-aft FOOTBALL GAME CE, ui^i. Clarion v«. Algona and complete show after the *! game. EXTRA ATTRACTION Sunday Night 'AT THE TROCADERO" Guests use floor to parade their stuff every Sunday night. Moton picture scouts photo all events. ' Satur. 11 P. M. ^ra^ Halloween Attraction The STAGE SHOW of the YEAR, on the SCREEN FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY MKI) SPARKS A dozen Top Stars (Mrs. ' °* K »dlo, Stage, Jack Benny) . Screen. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 81 and NOV. 1 Two marvelous attractions. LOVE. HE TURNED A NATION UPSIDE DOWN! /; Destiny rulfs romance 1. t Little Pig» Trees I. Hare A Tortoise . 8 Kitten* (. Mouse Goes to the City LOCALINOTES Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasty of Omaha arrived Tuesday for a visit at the R. D. James home. C. C. Schaap ot Sheldon visited at the home of his son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart left Friday for Kansas City, where they will spend a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Good of Spirit Lake were Sunday guests of the former's mother. Mrs. Walter Good. Mrs. G. D. Martin drove to Mason City, Wednesday, and will remain until Sunday, visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and son, David, drove to Sutherland, Sunday, on a combined business and pleasure trip. Mrs. N. C. Rice returned from Rochester, . Minnesota, Saturday, where she had been to receive medical treatment. Charles Stevenson, student of journalism at the University of Minnesota, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Theo. Herbst. Rev. W. H. Becker, superintendent of the Orphans' Home at Fort Dodge, was a caller at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hanson of Mason City, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston. Mrs. Hanson is Mr. Johnston's daughter. Chester Knoll of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, spent the week end in Algona visiting his brothers, Clifford and Melvin, and his friend, Edward PJlcher. Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Ochner of East-Over-Plantation, Surrey county, Virginia, were in town from Friday until Monday on business and visited at the P. P. Zerfaas home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pfiffner of Emmetsburg were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Schlteff, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pfiffner are Mrs. Schlicff's parents. Mr. Schlleff is employed at the local Gamble store. Arlene Haines, who has been a nurse at the General hospital for some time, has resigned and has accepted the position as bookkeeper at the Maxwell Motor Company. Her home is in Wesley. Mrs. Hugo Johnson has been making daily visits to the doctor for treatments for an ulcer on her right leg. Her ulcer was caused by an infected mosquito bite that she received six weeks ago. George Hohenberger, Sr., who stayed with his son, John, at Livermore for almost a year returned to his home Monday. He Is much improved and thinks that he will be able to again care for his home. Durwooa Baker, a student at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end at his home with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. diet Williams spent Sunday in Mason City visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyers of B«lllngham, Washington, and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng of Mason City were guests Sunday at the W. C. Mao Dougall home. In the afternoon the party drove to West Bend to see the grotto. Frank Zender and children, Pauline "and Gene, drove to Mason City, Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamil. Mrs. Ham 11 will be remembered as Frances Zender, and Mr. Hamil manges the jewelry store at the Lepper Optical Co. John Chrlstensen, son ot Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen, who is attending school at the State Teachers College at Flagstaff, Arizona, lias become an assistant professor in history there. This is John's sophomore year at the college. L. J. Dickinson accompanied his daughter, Ruth Hunter, to Des Moines, Sunday, where he will spend several days on business and visit ils son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Call Dickinson. Mrs. Hunter had spent he week end with her parents and son. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker and infant son returned from Sioux 2lty Sunday, where Mr. Walker had jone on business last week end. They also visited Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker at Sallx. Floyd Saunders accompanied them to Sioux City. C. B. Murtagh, state comptroller, left for a week's trip to Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D. C., to attend a national tax convention, tie will take the opportunity at this time to visit Lieut, and Mrs. Mel Peterson at Annapolis. Mrs. Peterson is his daughter. Mary Kain will leave Saturday for Denver, Colorado, where she will be employed as a nurse in a children's hospital. Mary has been at tiome with her mother, Mrs. John Kain for the past-month. Previous to that time she was in the hospitals at Rochester, nursing. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld drove to LeMars, Saturday,, to take their little grandson, Phil, back to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evart Eyres, and also to bring home their daughter, Mrs. Franklin Clarke, who will be here to recuperate from un appendicitis operation. Air. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson drove to Mason City, Sunday, and visited at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. F. B. Shaffer, and their son, Chuck, who is attending a school of commerce there. Mr. Paxson's mother, Mrs. J. J. Paxson, who had been a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Shaffer, since Thursday, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson and son, Veri, attended a business college homecoming, Saturday, nt Chillicothe, Missouri, where their daughters, Ilda and Idella, are students. Thye were the guests of the college at the special features of the day, which included the mile- long Parade of States in the morning, the C. B. C.-Tarkio College football game in the afternoon and the homecoming ball in the evening. 2 BIG ATTRACTIONS, 2 WEDNES. THRU SATUR. TO UNCOVER AN OUTLAW GANGI RIP-nOARINQ ACTION Also Hoot Gibson in "The PAINTED STALLION" FEATURE NO. 2 PET PARADE $10.00 In prizes at Iowa Theatre 10:30 Saturday morning. Free show to all owners of pets in parade. Dogs, cats, ponies, goats, roosters, pets of any kind. SUNDAY AND MONDAY October 81-Noveinber 1 JIMMY NEWELL "RENFREW OF ROYAL MOUNTED" FEATURE NO. 2 BRUCE CABOT —in— LOVE TAKES FLIGHT TUESDAY, NOV. 2 Extended run, price 10-36c. 5 subjects, all in technicolor. and vegetables. Mrs. Charles Scholtes entertained 10 children at a party Sunday in honor of her son, Dennis, who celebrated his fourth birthday that day. The afternoon was spent piny- ing games, after which a delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan spent Saturday and Sunday at Ames visiting at the home of their son, Phil. Mrs. Phil STieridan recently underwent an appendicitis operation. Pat Sheridan is also visiting there and plans to remain there about two weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Saunders and Alma, Oenevieve and Eleanor Calry of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Skllling and two daughters of Windom, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saunders and son nnd Mrs. John Schmidt and daughter of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker were guests Sunday nt the M. A. Saunders home. Swea City Ladies Visit, Donate To Winnebago Home City: About fifteen went to Winnebago Home last Sunday, taking donations of canned goods for the Home. Those who went were: Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe, Mr. and Mrs. John Snunders, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thompson and Lionel Thompson. Mr. nn<i Mrs. Dettmar Thompson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Uhr and children, Ma»« jorie Hilsten. Bernicc Vaughn and Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Mrs. Dick Krumm has been quite ill since last Friday with some sort of poisoning Thirty-one new books, mostly adult fiction, will he placed in the library this week. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Bergftren and Mrs. Anna Larson were in Dunnell, Minn.. Sunday visiting friends. Mrs. Emil Larson and Mrs. Francis Torine and bnhy were guests at the Anna Larson home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs A H. Schiller and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl drove to Iowa City Saturday to see the Iowa- Michigan game. Miss Emma Anderson fell last Thursday wrenching her shoulder. Anna Larson stayed with her until she was able to use her arm once more. Mr. and Mrs D. \V. Fults and Miss Meta Dreyer went to lotra City last Friday to spend the week end with D. W. Jr., who is taking a course in the state university. QUALITY AND BEST VALUES IN Real Estate (Real Estate Loans Automobile Insurance Fire Insurance Life Insurance JOEL M. HERBST O:Yive Over Iowa State Bank Phone No. !>S Surprise Party For Mrs. Zumach On Her Birthday Whittemore: A surprise birthday party was held at the H. R. Zumach home Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Zumach. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and their daughter, Blvera, Igr. and Mrs. Otto and Mrs. Nick Oengler and, daugii- Ruhnke and daughter, Lorna, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and daugh* ters, Betty and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach all of Lotts Creek. Mrs. Robert Zumach of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch, Jr.. and family, Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Rusch, Sr,, Mr. and Mra. Herbert Ztimuch and daughter, Beverly and Lois Ohm of here. Priest to Ksthervillo Father Greteman left for Esther- vllle one day last week where he will take the place of Father Suv- uge while he is gone for his health. Father Greteman is assistant priest at St. Michael's church here. Paper Carriers Killed Ed Thompson, district manager of the Des Moines Register, was called to Mason City Friday where two of Ma carrier salesmen from Renwick were killed in the train- school bus accident. The boys were Norman Eggerth and James Bell. Mrs. Mike Thill was taken to Iowa City, Monday evening, where she will undergo an operation. Sunday visitors at the home of Fred Gronbach, Sr., and his son, Geo. were Mr. and Mrs. Fre'd Pergande of LuVerne, Will GronDach of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gronbach, Jr., and family of Algona. Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Meyer home were the William Roeber and William Meyer families of here, the Hugo Fauhtich family of Lotts Creek, the Emil Bierstedt family of Fenton, the Alfred Bruhn family of Fairville and Mr. and Mrs. August Gude of \vest Bend. BANCROFT NEWS Richard Underkotter, student at Ames, spent the week end at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Recker. Emmet Devine, who attends college at Ames, spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Deviue. Mr. and Mrs. LeKoy Ostwinkle and two children of Des Muines spent the week end at the Henry Deitering home. Gordon Saunders of Chicago visited from Saturday until Wednesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. Mrs. George Stewart of Armstrong and Mrs. Henry Tjuden of Plum Creek spent Wednesday at the Emma and Esther Adolphson home. Mrs. C. J. Adolphson and daughter, Ruth and Emma and Esther Adolphson called at the Rossman home at Renwick and the Arthur Stone r borne at Goldtield Sunday afternoon. Mesdames Albert Cutler, Frank Lupin, Harley Braddock, and Miss Esther Adolphson attended the Baptist Ladies' Aid guest day program and luncheon at Swea City last Friday afternoon. Mesdames Potter, Perry Torine, Geo. Wohnke and Henry Coller attended the homecoming day exer- cUes at the Old People's Home at Wlnnebago last Friday and took up a contribution of canned fjruiU On Your Winter Needs at riirieiwie*Wc ALGONA'S MOST at v^iuioteiioeii fc COMPLETE STORE Stylish Winter Coats IN EVEBY SIZE FOR EVERY AGE You'll make no mistake in choosing your coat from our immense stock. We have through careful choosing the finest and most complete showing of coats we have ever displayed. Tailored Coats—Fur Trimmed Coats "Hudson Seal" Plush Coats—in the newest styles—all of guaranteed quality—moderately priced. HBV WEEK WE HAVE REMEMBERED THE LITTLE TOTS TOO Warm thing* to wear for comfort—Dainty thing* suitable for Rifts—Practical thing* for every day needit. We boastfully any that we think we have everything in our infants' department one could wish for. When In need of something for a baby or little tot think of our infant's department "Dorothy Perkins" Toilet Goods »tOO Treatment Set 11.00 box Pace Pwdr ,92.00 value all for $1.00 Sleeping Pajamas Novelty tuck atltch two place pajama* la natural and paitel colon in Mtaiaa and Ladle*' slxtm for 98c English Prints During this special •vent we offer our new atock of "Invader" flaMt quality print* toe We yd. Curtains You may choose from an excellent showing of ruffled, cottage nets or luce panel curtains during this event for 98c Extra Quality Blankets These part wool blankets arc of extra size and extra weight in pretty block plaid patterns for $3.98 Snow Suits for outdoor comfort Two said three piece snow and ski Jults in all sizes for Infants, Children, Juniors, Misses and Ladies. Gay colors in clever styles that have made this dept. one of the busiest in our entire store. All Wool Fabric* Vet Moderately Priced Pajamas "BivllbriKRan" tho season's most popular fabric in ladlc.i, niissca and children's sleeping pajamas. Long and short sleeve styles for 89c Woolens New colors and new weaves in 54 Inch suitable for dresses $1.79 Silk—Wool Dresses THAT HAVE EVERYTHING Our «pe<dal,. trip to t/»» • Chicago style center ha* brought to our dress department the smartest array of dresses we have ever shown. TO M!H> till-Ill Is tO want thi-m Union Suits Children's part wool union .suits in .styliM —.short sleeves unU- lu length — Hhoi't sleeves knee length— in .sizes 4 to H. Vul- ltK'3 to $1.75 for 98c (illllh-il Bed Pads An oxi'i'llrnt quality r»-lx7(l inch sizi! quilted bcil pad .suitably in size for doubly beds. $1.79 Warm Blankets For Cold Nights Our blankets were bought several months ago at a worthwhile saving—which we ure passing on to you. Every blanket in our immense stock is of a guaranteed perfect quality. Compare Before You Buy! Greater Values o" r Bargain Basement As We Sell Guaranteed Quality At Lower Prices Winter Coats Guaranteed quality, stylish Winter Coats for Misses and Women—with fur collars or without—each coal nas a guaranteed lining. Wonderful values at $ 8.98 $ 10.95 $ 14.98 Warm Blankets and Comforters K::cullei>t quality blankets of cotton and part wool in large double bed sizes. Also a nico stock of fine warm comforters. 98c $ 1.98*3.50&UP Silk-Wool Dresses Wonderful \.ilui-s in .--ilk and woul drujsej in Misses and Women's size.s id the wanted styles and iulor.s. There arc dresst's on our racks that are original values to IJ15.00. For quick selling we offer them at *2.98 *3.98 $ 4.98 Comforter Batts Large comforter size white stitched batts. at 69c Outing Flannel Heavy quality 36 in. light and dark colors, reg. 19c quality at 15c Rayon Bloomers Ladies' heavy quality rayou bloomers. Full cut at 29c Children's Sweaters Attractive styles in tine wool sweaters. Sizes 8 to 14. at 98c Bed Spreads L«irge double bed ai^e spreads in several colors. at $1.29 Silk and Wool Hose New winter colors in size 9 1 -;, 10 and 10 Vs at 59c See Our Window Card* Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER See Our Window Card*

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free