The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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Jan. 4,1938 i Teacher ; ,.„ tho home of Mr. and f/Ln. 3. .Kyle, Virginia Terrace, Madison, tecOnsln, Leona Alice, daughter of fr. and Mrs. Gustav Krampe, Bax>, Iowa, became the bride of Bruno . m*. Knieger of Appleton, Wlscon- ;.' V H|. The wedding vows were read •„' » the Rev. William Burhop of the "OHvary Lutheran University church i3*kjBaturday afternoon, Dec. 18. T*« bride *o*e a gown of blue ilvet. Her flowers were gardenias id sweetheart roaes. .^Mrs. Krueger is a graduate of the pjnlverslty of Iowa, and has com- 1 most of her work toward a _.or'a degree at t\e University Chicago. For the past several ,W she taught English In the ._t>na High School. Mr. Krueger ft graduate of Whitewater Coland of Lawrence College and _ member of Tau Kappa Alpha, Rtional honorary forensic frater- ', and Sigma Phi Epsilon. He sets to receive his Master's de- j from the School of Business of i University of Chicago this sUm- tr. and Mrs. Krueger will be at .Me In Appleton, Wisconsin, ,,..iier* the former is head of the <*bmmerclal department In the Ap- peton high school. .Hew Year's Party— - Members of a bridge club cnler- gfftfctned their husbands at a j.'ven ^•Mfclock dinner party at the i Anderson country home New Yenr's eve. Those In attendance wcra Mr. '_, Sfid Mrs. A. W. Amunson, Mr. and ""•lite. Leon Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. llttll Dau, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ^Becker, Mr. and Mrs. John Duttcn, "" •. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mr. land Mrs. L. E. Hovey, and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols. Following the dinner the party adjourned to the Sill Dau home where bridge was played. Mr. and Mrs. Hftnry Beok- «t received the high family prize, tfsld Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton the 16W family prize. There was an exchange of gifts. tVatch Party- Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained at a Watch Party at their home New Year's eve. Guests In' eluded Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wray, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Geering, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bart- ktt. Bingo and baccarette were fames played during the evening. A luncheon was served at midnight Dinner Party- Esther Pratt was hostess at a 6:80 drawing names dinner party at her home, Thursday evening. The dinner is an annual affair at which the group meets and exchanges gifts, some time during the holidays. Those in attendance were Betty Edge, Marlon Cony, Bernlce Stock, Xraa Dee Phillips, Elaine Hilsteadt, Isabelle Greenberg and Gertrude Zender. „». . JWnner-Dance— IC .?* John Bishop, James Miirtagh, Bob Post, Bob McCullough, Dick Post, Vernon Kohlhaas, Watson March, James Bishop, Elaine HUsteaflt, Esther Pratt,-Betty .Jtd*uJBM»ka Dessert Club— Mrs. Leon Merritt entertained her Dessert bridge club members at her home Friday afternoon. A dessert was served and prizes at bridge were received by Mrs; Louis Lynk, high; Mrs. Gene Wray, and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, low. Installation of Officer*— The Eastern Star, Royal Arch Chapter and Prudence Lodge will hold a joint public Installation on Thursday evening at 7:30 at the Temple. Light refreshments will be served. The public Is invited. Woman's Club— The next meeting of the Woman's club will be held Friday, January 4, in the library clubroom. Mrs. Hortense Ferguson will have charge of the meeting and will give a talk on "House and Garden Flowers." Snrprlsp Dinner— A group of friends dropped In for a pot luck surprise dinner at the home of Catherine Wernert, Thursday evening. They celebrated tho passing of the old year, and enjoyed a social evening. Mock, Gertrude Zender, Marlon Corey and Isabelle Greenberg were those Jn attendance at a seven o'clock dinner and dancing party held at the Hotel Algona dining room last Tuesday evening. Family Dinner— ', The E. M. Hubers entertained at a family dinner Christmas. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Froehllch and the Carl Froehllch family all of Wesley; the Lawrence Rlcke family of Williams; John Froehlich and Mr. Kissel of Ames. On Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Thissen and family were entertained at the Huber home. 'Surprise Party— A group of friends surprised Fred Pooch in honor of his birthday on Sunday of last week. Fourteen guests were present and brought food for a six-thirty dinner. High •core prizes for the bridge game went to Mrs. Ethel Gardner and Cecil McGinnis. Mr. Pooch was presented with a chair prize and also with a gift. Breakfast Club- Mr, and Mrs. L. F. Rice entertained the members of their breakfast club at a seven o'clock dinner on New Year's ev« ut tiwlr borne. Covers were laid for 18. The table was decorated In Keeping with the season. The evening entertainment was bingo, with priieu given. Helping Hand Soctetf— The members of the Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mrs. J. H. Hoppe, Mrs C. W. Bergfield, Mary Lowrie, Mrs. Marion Burbank, and Mrs. Homer Young. Bt Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas Guild of the Episcopal church will meet Thursday, Jan. 6, at 2:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Clalr Anderson. A family covered dish supper wil be served at the Congregations church, Wednesday evening at «:3( o'clock. An election of officers wil be held. Vaughn Rising ha* hero 111 with flu for the past week and is still unable to be at work at the Rising elevator. Omta Parchman, R. N., of fresco, arrived Sunday to stay with Mrs.' J. F. Granzow, who Is confined with a broken leg. R. D. Smith. Swea City hatcher/ manager, spent New Years day in Algona at the home of his sister-in- law, Mrs. N. A. Smith. Rose Scanlan, bookkeeper at the Chrlschilles store, is ill at her home with a streptococcus throat. She is still unable to be at work. Mrs. R, S. Bushnell of Elk! on. South Dakota, arrixed Saturday evening for a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Dobson. Bill Dalley of Des Molnes spent the week end visiting his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Bill is employed by the American Optical Company. Mrs. Charles Raney has returned to her home south of Livermore after spending several days in the homes of relatives at Britt and Algona. Mr. and Mrs, O. 3. Jacobson and daughter, Harriett of Dows, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson. The men aro brothers. Sir. and Mrs. George Miller and daughter, Betty, will return today (Tuesday) from Flint, Michigan, after a three weeks' visit with Mrs. Miller's relatives. Cnariea Cretsmeyer returned to Harvard University at Cambridge, MUSH after two weeks' vacation at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H, Cretzmeyer. Oan»hter «f _____ IMMSlHj ft* ITOir* visited-last week with Arl- ,ves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. Mr. and Mrs. H. JTohannsen, Jr., and Mrs. Esther Helberg and children were guests for New Years dinner at the home of Mr .and Mr«. Alvin Weber of near LuVerne. Glen Raney returned to his work at the post office, Monday morning after a week's illness with a streptococcus throat Infection. Mr. Raney is the assistant postmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glddlng* of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen of Wesley were New Years dinner guests of the two ladies' mother, Mrs. May Harris. Mrs. Ida Potter of Seward, Nebraska, arrived December 21, and THOS. METCALF : DIED N-C. 24TH Prominent Cresco Farmer Passes, Leaving an Honorable Record Near friends and neighbors of "Tom" Metcalf were saddened by news of his death early-last Friday morning, December 24, 1637. His going was like that of one falling into a quiet .sleep; and not unexpected for Mr. Metcalf had been failing in health for a number of months. The parents of Thomas Ben ton Metcalf were English by birth, and tc this m-iy be ascribed Mr. Met- calfs characteristics of rugged honesty, deep religious faith and outspoken opinion in matters of public concern. He took a deep interest in the welfare of his community, state and nation. He was a "good neighbor", a man of industry and thrift, respected by all who knew him. Mr. Metcalf was born November 2, 1866, at Benton, Wisconsin. When six years of age he moved with his parents to a farm five miles from Dubuque. Iowa. There Mr. Metcalf resided until he was 40 years of age. On coming to Kossuth county for a time Mr. Metcalf operated the "Gunner.ilde Farm" northwest of Hobarton. About 30 years ago Mr. Metcalf bought his present farm located four miles west and one mile sodth of Algona, and has made it his home ever since. In 1923 he married Mrs. Mary Gillette. They had no children. Mrs. Metcair, however, has five sons and A daughter by a former marriage tJr Mr. Gillette: Floyd hi California; Earl in South Dakota; Clarence In Minnesota; Melrli. In Des Molnes; Ralph assisting her on the Metcalf farm; and Lucille, Mrs. Wilbur HoHdorf of Fenton. Besides his wife, Mr. Metcalf leaves the following relatives, all younger than himself: one sister, Mrs. A. O. Horsfall of Dub\wu-s; and two brothers, Guy and Clinton Metcalf, both of Dubuque. An older brother, James Metcalf of Dubuque preceded him in death by only a few days. Numerous uncles, aunts and cousins of the family, also reside near Dubuque. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, December 27th. at the McCullough Funeral Home in Algona, conducted by Rev. F. Earl Burgess of the Methodist church, and interment was in Riverview cemetery. Two Licenses to Wed, One Divorce Two wedding licenses were Issued In the clerk of court's office here last Thursday and Friday. They were to Clyde Sanders of Swea City and Bernlce Kelly of Swea City, and the second was to Clarence Siemer of Wesley and Marie Arndorfer of St. Benedict. One divorce was also granted, to Elizabeth R. Ashing of Algona from Ira O. Ashing. The charge was desertion. Dodge, vUlte ene Hargrea Jan. 4-5 Continuous Shows from 1 o'clock both days. ; ( ST GUIDE No. A-l Ht'll .how new and tunny i you » funny tofgtf P»r*»\ -BORROW ,S£ ST€AL? fR,»NK MORGAN FLORENCE RICE „• JOHN BEAL Pins Edgar Kennedy Laugh Blot "Queens of Harmony" Thurs.-Fri., Jan. 6-7 Daily Matinee 2 p. m. 'Fortune and Fame Staked en a horse." HEF. BEEN YEO ARC <i<S& Plus Daffy Duck and Ccg Head" "One oa the House" On Midnight show 11 P. M. and Saturday all day 21, Mr. will visit until spring with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter. The former Mrs. Potter is H. M. Potter's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold took the tetter's mother, Mrs. Wm. Aalderks, to her home in Lakota, Sunday, after visiting in the Huenhold home since before Christmas. Mrs. Ira Iverson and three children returned to their home at Clinton, Friday, after visiting since Monday with Mrs. Iverson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Lee and three sons are expected today (Tuesday) for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard. The Lees are returning from Miami, Florida, where they pent the winter holidays and will o on to their home In Grand Forks, North Dakota. St. Benedict News Plus Jean Raymond and Ann Southern in "SHE'S GOT EVERYTHING" „... -.,„ Mrs. Henry Seller are a Racine, Win., visiting relatives for a week or more. John Arend and children wer New Year's guests at the Mike Ar end home for dinner. Miss Roslee Dorr returned to Mason City to assume her school work there Sunday evening after spending a week's vacation with her The Floyd Hood family rece'v-jd the sad news Monday Deo 21 Hi that Mrs. Hood's mother passud eway at Clare, Iowa. Funeral wus Wednesday morning. Mrs. Helen Hanig of Ackley Is ut present assisting her motber, Mrs. Will Arndorfer in preparing tor the wedding of her sister, Marie which will b« Wednesday, Jan. 5. Sister Arsinia accompanied by the cook and housekeeper Slater •pent several days at their convent bone during vacation, returning on Friday with another housekeeper as the former one wa» in very poor, iMittfa. CLEARANCE PRICES All of our fall and winter style shoes that sold for $4.95, $6.00 and $6.50 90 at the special low price of $3.95 per pair (lif-d Cross Reserved) Our Black, Bnnvn and Grey Sport Oxford.-, in .Suede and Calf Skin Leathers. values at $U)~>, $1.50, $±.95 at .$3.25 per pair. One rack of odd and end and .sport lines, in high and medium hcrl.s. Values to $5, specially priced at $1.95 per pair. Christensen Bros. Shoe Department On Stylish Winter Needs _ At Christensen «- Beginning Thursday, Jan. fctfc THIS 18 THE SALE YOU HAVE WAITED POB-Ouaranteed Quality-Stylish Hew -Winter needs at prices cut to the core for quick selling. _, _______•„•»,•«». SAVE tm COATS 1 SAVE on DRESSES Luxuriously fur trimmed and tailored coats that arc sure to please you. 59.00 Coats for 39°° 49.00 Coats for 33°° 39.00 Coats for 24°° 35.00 Coats for 21°° 29.00 Coats for 17°° 20.00 Coats for 13°° COATS Half Price About 100 stylish tailored and fur trimmed coats in Ladies, Misses and Junior sizes in the season's newest colors and styles at tkis ridiculously low price. * Stylish seasonable sIDc dresses In Merer styles In the wanted colors. Sin 1* to M. Silk Dresses GROUP ONE Your choice of 160 new, stylish silk dresses In the season's smartest colors. »«*» 14 to 60—In values to $10.00. Clearance Price Silk Dresses GROUP TWO This unusual offering from our stock of finer dre«ses In values up to S1&95. New styles— In new colors, In sites 14 to 44. Clearance Price Wool Dresses There are about SO wool dresses left In smart styles made from novelty woolens Which we offer as a quick clearance at Just ' HALF PRICE SNOW SUITS AT CLEARANCE PRICES $3.50 for $2.79 $4.95 for $3.98 $5.95 for $4.89 $7.95 for $6.48 $8.95 for $6.19 10.95 for $7.98 12.95 for 9.98 16.60 for .12,98 Sweaters TVinSet* . Slip-Overs $3.98 Value for _.2«79 $2.98 Value for ..2.39 $1.98 Value for -1.69 KNITTED OUTFITS $22.50 &/TTS forT.-r.l 6.8$ $19.75 SUITS for ---14.88 $16.95 SUITS for 1 2.88 $11.75 SUITS for _.---8.88 Blouses Silk—Sutiir • •- - -it- •.**? •• -\g • Lace and Jersey $3.98 Value for ..2.79 $2.98 Value for -2.39 $1.98 Value for __ 1.69 Things You Need - For Now BLANKETS Extra heavy and extra size part wool shaded plaid double h«M hlAnketji '"^ bed blankets. Clearance $4.98 BLANKETS Large double bed size 72xH4 Inch part wool two-tone blankets. Clearance $2.69 BLANKETS Large size dark colored Indian design blankets, suitable for many purposes. Clearance $1.39 Everyday 'Needs-For Winter BLANKETS Large fluffy pure wool comfortable blankets In seven beautiful colon, $10.05 value Clearance $8.98 SILKS Spring patterns in printed silks, also plain colors of an excellent quality. Clearance 69c WOOLENS Several patterns of our regular $1.98 M-inch width woolen dress goods suitable for suits, dresses or skirts. Clearance $1.39 PAJAMAS The new tuck stitch pajamas for ladies, misses or children in colors peach, blue or natural. Clearance 79c GOWNS Your choice of our finer outing gowns or pa Jama* In plain colors or novelties in ladies ant) misses' sizes. Clearance 98c GLOVES A table filled with ladies, misses and chidlren's gloves and mittens of many kinds and colors. Clearance 79c UNDERWEAR Children's silk and wool union suits in sizes 4 to 14 In the wanted styles. Values to 1.65. Clearance 98c SILK HOSE Full fashioned pure silk hose in the most popular shades. Clearance 59c 2 palm for $LM TOWELING All linen crash toweling of an excellent quality with three- tone colored borders. Clearance 17c January Clearance in the Bargain Basement Silk Dresses Quality silk dresses la seasonable colors that sold for as much as $15.00. You'll want two or three. ' 1.98 2.98 3.98 EXTRA COATS Stylish wool dresses in one and two piece styles in value* to $12.60. Get your share. Clearance 8.98 Wool Dresses Guaranteed quality tailored and fur trim coats in new styles and colon. A wonderful bargain. 1.98 2.98 3.98 UNION SUITS Ladies fleeced union suits iu either knee or ankle length styles. Size 86 to 44. Clearance 79c OUTING Extra quality 36 inch width outing flannel in attractive stripe patterns. Clearance 13c Sale Begin* Thursday January 6th COMFORTERS Large size 72x84 comforters covered with an excellent quality sateen. Clearance $3.98 UNION SUITS Children's fleeced union suits •in either knee or ankle length styles. Sizes * to 14. Clearance 48c BLANKETS Extra size 73x84 heavy fluffy double blankets in either plain colors or plaids. Clearance $1.69 PAJAMAS Attractive styles in the popular balbriggan pajamas in sizes for women and chiid- Clearance 69c BED SPREADS Double bed size seersucker bed spreads in the wanted bedroom colors. Clearance 98c COTTON BATTS Large comforter size stitched bleached cotton batts. Clearance 59c Sale Begins v% f^ ae egn Kl*fK I A Thursday JLIIUOe VU* i» nilfln ,& January

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