The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 11, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1938 WALTER COADY RITES, WESLEY Was father of James Coady; Age 75 At Time of Death Wesley: Funeral services for Walter Coady, 75, father of James Coady, southwest of town, who puised away at the home of a daughter in Webster City, Wednesday morning, were held at the St. Joseph's Catholic church, Saturday morning, with burial taking place in Algona. 25 Years Service John Hutchison has to his credit 25 years of service in this immediate community having for that many years been associated with the Exchange State Bank, for the past 20 years having served as assistant cashier to Cashier Uuy M. Butts. John commenced his duties at the bank on Jan. 3, 1913, and has during that time been most faithful In his dally services in the community. Members of the D. of A. lodge are sponsoring a card and dance, fifth and last of a series Wednesday night, January 12. The public are invited. ONCE-A-YEAR SALE Helena Rubinstein beauty preparations Save 20% Starting Saturday and continuing tlmi next Saturday to stock up on these word-famous beautificrs at 20% discount. At These Sale Prices FOB DRY SKIN Pasteurized face Cream 80c Yonthif ylng Tissue Cream 80c Skin toning lotion $1 Complete treatment 2.60 FOR LINED SKIN Herbal Cleansing Cream ..I.JO Novena Night Cream 1.60 Anti-wrinkle lotion SI Complete treatment 3.80 FOR OILY SKIN Beauty Grains 80c Skin clearing cream 80c Pasteurized Face Cream ....Me Snow lotion, now 80v Complete treatment $8.20 New Make-Up Ensemble, 7.60. Town and Country Make-Up Film, Enchante powder, Rouge en Creme, '715" lipstick, Persian mascara, luminous eye shadow. Marigold Shoppes Over Council Oak Store 5 Days in Algona Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Jan. 15-16-17 Iowa Theatre, Tues.-Wed., Jan. 18-19 A straight shootin' guy who'll make you laugh and cry! Bob Burns' Most Human Role THE BKJ ITCTUKK OF THE YEAR! AGAIN AMERICA IS ON THE MARCH IN PARAMOUNT^ ROARING ROMANCE OF THE WINNING OF THE WEST! Garman-Wellnnd Wedding- Miss Neva Gail Welland became the bride of Arthur Garman at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church In Algona last week Tuesday morning with the Rev. J. C. Malllnger officiating at the nuptial high mass at nine o'clock. The bride who Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Weiland, wore a royal blue crepe silver trimmed gown and carried an arm bouquet of pink and white carnations and chrysanthemums. She chose as her bridesmaid Miss Lorraine Garman, cousin of the groom. Mr. Garman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garman of Algona. formerly of Wesley, and he was attended by his brother, Gerald Garman. A wsdding breakfast was served to the bridal party at the home of the groom's parents near Algona, followed by a two course dinner. A wedding dance was given by the newlyweds to their many friends in the Memorial hall at Brltt The couple will reside at Denhard where he Is to operate a general store having had his opening there Friday, January 7. Mrs. Garman for the present will continue teaching her home school northeast of town, finishing out her school year Rpbekahw at Hurt— Members of the Algona Rebekah lodge drove to Burt, Thursday eve- ling to Install the officers of the Burt Rebekah lodge In a joint installation with the Odd Fellows of Burt. The installing officer was Mrs. Lucille Dillinger, district deputy president, was assisted by- Mrs. Carrie Wright, deputy mar- shall, Mrs. Esther Barton, deputy warden. Mrs. Mabel Lund, deputy secretary. Mrs. Bertha Spear, deputy treasurer, and Mrs. Emma Dehnert. chnplhin. Other Algona Rebekahs in attendance were Mrs. May Anderson. Mrs. Lila Riddle. Miss Myrtle Turnbaugh. Miss Mayme Duryea, and Maude Shell- of Fort Dodge who is a guest at the Dehnert home. The same officers will install officers of the Algona lodge, Tuesday evening (tonight). Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. August Harig were lonored at a surprise party at their i-jme Sunday night, the occasion being their 31st wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Falk, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesner. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wildln. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wildin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutbell, Douglas Wildin and son, Leslie, Ifrs. Marcella Erdman. Henry Helrich, Ted Hintz, Raymond Harig, Dorothy Schultz and Mrs. Kaln. The evening was spent at 500. ITtgh jrizcs were won by Mrs. J. J. Dooley md Henry Helfrich, and conaola- ion prizes went to Mrs. Marcella Crdman and Art Falk. Mrs. Roy fiutzell received the door prize. A delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. Lloyd Harig. Martin and Theresa FRANK LLOYD Church Sapper, Election- One hundred and twenty members of the Congregat'ional church met In the church dining room Wednesday evening for the annual supper and election, which is held the first week of every year. Following the supper the following officers were elected: Mrs. E. W. Lusby, clerk; Mrs. Ted Larson, treasurer; P. J. Christensen, H. M. Hauberg. E. W. Lushy, R. H. Miller. G. W. Stillman, C R LnBarre, M. J. Pool and H. R. Cow- fin on the Board of Directors; deacons, Andrew Peterson, Dr. A. L. Rist, J. C. Mawdsley. H. D. Hutchins, and M. J. Young, and deacon- nesse.f. Mrs. M. J. Yonng. Mrs. Jessie Dalziel, Belle Purvis and Mrs. Rachel Shackelford. DCKTPP of Honor- Mrs. Etta Bronson. Spirit Lake, regional director to the Degree of Honor Sisterhood, will install officers of the local lodge Jan. 17 here. Mrs. Roy Roeder will be installed president, Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne, past president, Mrs. Orville Elkins, vice president, Mrs. Andy Johnscn, second vice president, Mrs. William Church Officers Elected— The annual business meeting of of the local Trinity Lutheran church was held Sunday afternoon. The treasurer's report showed that all 1937 expenses were paid ar.d a fine balance was on hand. The following officers were elected: elder, Henry Wegener; secretary, Fred Jacobs; treasurer, Ed Hackbarth; trustee, Albert Bell; school-elders, W. ,WI11, A. Gade and C. Gcllen- feldt; and the finance committee, Carl Paetz and Robert Bell. Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. O. W. Erlckson was hostess at a one o'clock luncheon last week Tuesday afternoon Bridge was played at two tnbJcs. First prize <vas received by Mrs. G. R. Cook, second score prize by Mrs. Wm. Barry and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Hnrry Hargreaves. Mrs. Ed Carmody of Emmetsburg \vns a guest of the club. Bridge Club— Misses Carrie and Chris Wernert entertained their dinner-bridge club nt a 6:45 dinner and bridge party at their home Wednesday evening. Coven were laid for 12. Mrs. E. J. McEvcy won the high score bridge prize for women. C. A. Joynt the men's high score prize, and Mrs. Josephine Stnnton the travel prize. Fitzgerald* Hosts— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald were hosts at seven tables of bridge. Tuesday night at their home near Algona. High prizes went to Cliff Benschoter and Clara Cruikshank, and low prizes to Eric Wiilrctt and Vivian Kuhn. Lunch followed the enjoyable evening. C;ihbaep Club— The first cribba^e club was org- ari;rd in Algon? ttiis wi".t?r and the f.rst meeting will be InlJ this Friday evening at the G. 0. Brun- dnee home. Members are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg, Mr. and Mrs. Alwin H>ienho!d. and Mr. anl Mr*. G. D. Brundage. f. S. D. W. Club— Mrs. D. D. Monlux will be hostess this afternoon (Tuesday* to thj C. S. D. W. knitting group. Mrs. Clara Solberg and Mrs. Rose Ward will be guests of the club. The afternoon is to be spent socially, with the members working at their various knitting. Dinner-Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce entertained their dinner-bridge club at a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party at their home, Sunday evening. Covers were laid for 12. The high score at bridge was received by the host and hostess. O. N. O. Bridge Club— Jrfra. D. D. Monlux was hostess to the eight members of her O. N. O. bridge club at her home, Satur- the club guest ille recleved the bridge. n»Bam M»*Mn was IrfSTjImml* Ner- hlgh score at 190 GUESTS AT ST JOE PARTY Mrs. John Thul's Circle 5 Frizes Won at Cards; Served St. Joe: The card party Sunday evening in St. Joseph's hall was well attended. In five hundred John Berger and Henry Bormann were awarded the prizes. In bridge Mrs. Mike Reding nnd Edward Thllges were awarded prizes. Mrs. Ernest Bormann received door prize. Mrs. John Thul and her circle served a delicious lunch to 190 guests. The Pioneer hybrid seed corn was won by Peter Thllges. Surprise Farewell A surprise farewell party was given Wednesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart. The evening was spent at cards and socially. The Stewarts were presented with a lace table cloth. Lunch was served which the guests had brought, to about 60 neighbors and friends. Ray Becker returned Friday night after a two months' vacation In Texas. Father Elscheld from Armstrong was a visitor with Father Theobald Sunday. Mrs. John Thill from Whittemore spent several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann. Friends were grieved to learn of the serious illness of John Capesius. 73. of Algona. At this writing he is a little improved. Mr. Capes is the father of Julius Capesius from here. Ambrose Ulaschin returned Saturday evening to the John Thuls from a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Cedar Rapids. Nebraska. Ambrose will work at the Thuls this year. Mrs. William Reding and daughters attended a post nuptial shower at St. Benedict Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Clarence Siemer, who was Marie Ann Arndorfer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer fefore her marriage Jan. 5th. Mrs. Reding is a cousin of Mrs. Clarence IRVINGTON NEWS There will be no further meetings of the local Ladies' Aid society until March. Little Beverly and Phyllis Rob- CafldleUcht Club- Members of the Candlelight club met for a 6:30 dinner In the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona, Monday evening. Following the dinner the members adjourned to the home of Miss Lucia Wallace for bridge. Foursome Entertained— Mrs. Al Kalkenhainer entertained at a bridge foursome at her home, Saturday evening. Guests were Mrs Ed Murtagh. Mrs. W. B. Quarton and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. Woman's C'lub— The Woman's club will meet on Friday, January 14. in the Library club rooms. Mrs. W K. Ferguson \>ill talk on "Gardens of Yesterday and Today." W. F. M. Society— The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. A. Blah- op. USED TRUCKS form and stake rack. 1935 Ford Sedan Delivery 1936 International Pick-up 1931 Ford Vt ton IAVB stock rack 1937 International Pick-up with Geering, secretary, Mrs. Roy Woolridge, treasurer, Mrs. Walter Lich-' Baptist Loyal Class— ter, usher and juvenile Mrs. George Scuffham, director, assistant usher, Mrs. Henry Neurnan, inner watch, and Mrs. William Seipman, Jr., outer watch, Mrs. Forest Maxon, pianist and assistant juvenile director. Several other officers will be appointive. tVt'klry Girl Weds— A pretty wedding was held Sun- ciay noon in the Algoii'i Trinity Lutheran church, when Henry .John Miller of Fond du Lac, Wis- i nnhin. and Kleanor Margaret .Strieker of Wesley were- united in holy wedlock. Frieda Miller, Dav- I ill, Klnier and Leah Strieker were j in attendance. The ceremony was performed immediately after the forenoon services with Rev. F. J. Braner officiating. Mrs- Braner played the Lohengrin wedding march, he congregation witnessed the ceremony. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents two miles north of Wesley, following the cerrnony. Surprise for Ewoldt*— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt were honored at a surprise party by a group of their friends. Thursday evening. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blekh and daughter, Luella. Mr. and Mrs. Carl ieynolds, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kol- lasi.-h. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Krwin .Schwietert, Mr. and Mrs. deorge Koestlur and Mrs. Bertha Koestk-r. Cards were the j diversion of the evening. High ,-vorc prizes were won by R. A. Bleich and Mrs. Carl Reynolds and low score prizes went to Henry j Ewoldt, and Mrs. Bt-ilha Koestler. A jiot luck luncheon wao served. j .Methodist Church Meetings— The regular official board meet' ing and quarterly conference was ! held at the Methodist church, Mon| day afternoon, at iive o'i lurlt. Tiu: cling was led by Dr. W (', Muhleman. Following the meeting I a 6:30 o'clock pot-luck family din- i ner was served in the church dining room, the occasion being a general family fellowship night. A program was presented by the various organisations and Sunday School groups of the church. The program was concluded by a talk given by Dr. Muhleman. The Baptist Loyal class will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Furst. WESLEY NEWS McConnick-Deering Store laon, young daughters of Vernota Roblson, were visiting last week at the Orville and Delos Gardner homes m Plum Creek township. Swanee'g orchestra provided the music for the local club dance last Friday evening. A fair-sized crowd attended. Membership Uek- ets for the new year are now available and about 20 have already been disposed of. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard entertained a number of relatives and friends from the Lone Rock community Sunday for dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Clifford Garrison, Ray and W. J. Reynolds. An erroneous statement was made last week stating the Carter family were employed by the Carl Browns. This should have read the Loren Browns. Mr. Brown Is the proprietor of Brown Dairy and employs several families to assist with all the farm work. In a recent letter from Mrs. H. J Ostllnd of Portland, Oregon, to her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Mrs. Ostlind gives a report that states first annual corn show In which there were some growers entered, exhibited samples of corn. The show was a decided success. Cards received last Friday and Saturday by relatives here from Duane Reiley which he himself had written say he is feeling much better and is improving since entering the hospital at Iowa City. He hus had several blood transfusions. His mother, Mrs. Douglas Riley is remaining at Iowa City to be with him. Dan^Gies trucked the furniture of his father to St. Paul the past week, where they are planning to make their future home. They formerly farmed in the Galbralth neighborhood but disposed of their farm equipment at a recent farm sale. The elder Mrs. Gels is making a two weeks visit at the home of her son in Irvington. It Pavs to Always Look Your Best Send your clothes regularly to the Modern and be sure they are ready for all occasions. Either socially, or in a business way it pays to look your best. Repairing and remodeling of all kinds ,We call for and deliver Telephone 537 Modern Dry Cleaners Mrs. Eniil Wester and the G. F. Stricker.s attended a miscellaneous bridal shower for Miss Eleanor Strieker near Irvington, Friday afternoon. Dale (}is( h of Rockford was 't caller in town Thursday renewing old memories and acquaintances, having for a period previous to 1911 managed the telephone office here. Mrs. Emil Wester entertained the members of the Thursday afternoon bridge club with four table being in p'ay- Extra guests were Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter and Mrs. Al Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Flom are the parents of a baby girl born to them at the Kossuth hospital Wednesday evening. .This is their hrst child, Mrs. Flom being the former Miss Katie Eden. Banns for the approaching marriage of Mis.'i Marie Richter, daughter of the John Richters, to Neil (Jary of Des Moines were made public for the iirst time at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Meurer took her father, I'eter Brass, to the Kossuth hospital. Friday, where he is being cared for during his illness. Mr. Brass was taken ill a month or more ago at his home near Ollie, and upon the Meurer's visit there it was decided to remove him to their home here. Mrs. J. L. Studer with Mrs. Anthony Johnson and Mrs. J. T. Meurer will entertain the members of the American Legion Auxiliary at a sewing bee and radio party in the Studer home Wednesday afternoon, Jan 12. Twenty members of the Legion and Auxiliary enjoyed a joint meeting of the two organizations at the Legion rooms Tuesday night of lust week, the Legion Loys serving cake, ice cream and colfee to the Auxiliary. Tuesday-Wednesday, Jan. 11-12 Continuous show from 1 •jVlofk daily. Jimmy Fidlcr says ;i a rollick hitf, fast moving evening of fun for old folks and young folks." 10 star fun frolic Bert Lahr Alice Brady Jimmy Savo Louise Fazenda in "MERRY OO ROUND OF 1938" Plus Popeye New, Colored Travel Talk Thurs-.-Fri., Jan. 13-14 Daily matinee 2 p. m. 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