The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1938 · Page 4
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fwffla Co11in*on Marries— Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collinson of Algona received the news of the Jnarrlage of their youngest daueh- ter, Twilla Mae, to Mllo C. Nelson a fbrmer resident of Algona. The marriage was performed Sundnv afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Met odi*t parsonage In Oroville, Cal ornla, by the Rev. Meager. Lloy CplHnson. brother of the bride am t 'HP'* Verne attended the cou le. The bride's sisters and familie Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Faith of Sa Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. W. Jordan of I/odi. were present at tl ceremony. Both the bride and brid groom wore dark blue suits. A reception was given the snm evening at theTiome of some friend Were. Mrs. Nelson graduated fron the Algona high school in 1937 an since then has been in charge of th Monday cub in Oroville. They wil make the.r home there where Mr TV.OI—, ig em pi 0 y e ,, by the Herman — store. Mr. Nelson is the e late Mr. and Mrs. Martii who lived just north of AI• number of years ago anc —- .~*er moved fo Hayfield He attended the Algona schools and yea" """ '" the navy for thret> Wed in Chicago— nn M n' af 1 d M>S - Geor Be Scobee miter" Mil*!? 1 ?" T 8Be ° f fheir dau K''- ter Mildred to Jess Grott of Chicago on Saturday, Jan. 22. The ceremony was performed in Chicago with Helen Finnell and Donald Brooks as attendants. The bride grew up in Brltt where her father was the Milwaukee a ent for nearly 20 years before th family moved to Algona the first the Britt high school and attendee business college at Chillicothe. M She has been employed the past years as bookkeeper and stenoe rnpher in Marshall Fields M Grott is manager of a Wnshlngto sundry In Chicago where the youn couple will make their home Th new Mrs. Grott visited her parent here about two weeks before he marriage. .Marriage n t English Horn, _ The Rev. Alexander English, pas tor of the Presbyterian church, per formed the marriage ceremony o Dvvight Smith, son of Mr. and Mr- Holand Smith gr of Lnkota nnd Wilma Speicher, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. William Speicher of Swea City, nt his home Saturdav after ioon nt 2 o'clock. Roland" Smith r., attended his brother as best nan and the bride's sister. Gladys peicher, was the bridesmaid The couple will be at home on ome on a •irm one mile north of Lakota, for he coming year. ethodist Aid— ' The Methodist Ladies' Aid socic ct for a 1:15 luncheon at t urch. Thursday afternoon, wi in attendance. Mrs. A. E. Groo MRS. A. E. MALLORY Mrs. A. E. Mallory. the former Mary Mitchell of Algona. was recently installed most excellent chief of the Clear Lake Temple No. S3 of Pythian Sisters. W. G. McCULLOUGH FUNERAL DIRECTOR Laird & AlrCiilloiigh C'.iapel ALGONA - IOWA Dear Friends — I wonder sometimes ministers. if wo fully appreciate I have always admire 1 the spirit of willingness shown by the ministry in responding to funeral calls, always without a thought of compensation. This is equally true of musicians. Funeral quests often involve personal cacrifice. Our community is particularly fortunate in this respect. H". Respectfully, rs' division served the luncheon A program followed the business meeting. Six high school girls nc- ompanied by their instructor. Car- cnn Raskopf. sang three selcc- ons. Miss Raskopf played two ite sclctions and was accompanied the piano by Mrs. Don Hutch ins ic program ended with a talk bv Mrs. Hae Ashcr on the Life of Abra ham Lincoln. Tarty nt Forest City— ATrs. Don Flemming and her sis ler-ln-law. Gertrude Flemming. en tcrtninoil at a 7 o'clock dinner nnd bridge party at the former's home in Forest City. Wednesday evening Covers were laid for 12. Women nf- teiHling from Algona were Mrs T H. Chrisehilles. Mrs. J. L. Bonar Helen Dingley. Mrs. L. E. Linirnn, Mrs. W. A. Lorenz, Mrs. H. M. Smith, nnd Mrs. Marguerite Ken- cficic. Afrs. H. Af. Smith was the ecipient of n prize in bridge. Dinner-Bridge Hcntess— Mrs. T. H. Chrtschllles was hostess, last Thursday evening: «t a dinner and bridge. There were 13 pieats. High score bridge prize was won by Mrs. R. B. Waller, and Mrs. John Keneflck won the low score prize. Benefit Bridge— The Order of the Ea .ern Star I will hold a benefit bridge party at the temple Tuesday, February 15 at 2 p. m . A dessert will be served' which will be followed by auction and contract oridge. Party Wednesday— Mrs. Henry Dobson and Mrs. Hoi- i Us Trainer will entertain at a one o clock luncheon nnd bridge party I at the former's home, Wednesdav Afternoon. Covers will be laid for I Lutheran League— The First Lutheran Luther League I vlll n^et on Wednesday evening at. ! he home of Violet Norman with j Betty Brown, the assisting hostess. Cribhnge Club—- r. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg entered the members of their crib- age club nt their home, Monday veiling. FORMAL OPENING . Fri. Sat. Fell. 10-11-12 A Valuable Free Gift to Every Lady Visiting our Store on Thurs.- Fri. - Sat. Valentine Dinner Pnrfy— Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, Helen Din . and Mrs. T. H. Chrischill •ere hostesses nt n 7 o'clock vnlcn me dinner party nt the Hnuber ome. Saturday evening. Table ere deornted with valentine des ens. Bridge wns played at eigh nbles. High score prize was wo y Mrs. J. L. Bonar. second hig >rize by Mrs. Henry Pletch. nnd ic consolation prize went to Mrs mily Spencer. The M About Town Says Card Party- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Capesius entertained at a card party at their country home, Friday evening There were five tables in play. Mrs. Julius Winkel won the women's high score prize, Dr. Julius Winkel, the men's high score prize. Mrs. Lou Robinson, the women's low score prize •^^••^•••M ANNOUNCEMENT OPEN FOR BUSINESS The New Finn in Algona Lumber Co. NEAR MILWAUKEE DEPOT WE SELL COAL It's good coal— bettor for the price than have been usin. you Phone 234 CAREFUL Delivery Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 8-9 . (Continuous from one o'clock daily) The latest, runniest musical joy-ride you've ever enjoyed! tEO GARR114P 6 E N E AUTRY m Thursday, February 10 Tt ^ Continuous from one o'clock -every two hour* Jieueiit Cuugrtgatiuiial Church U'oiuan's- Hub eiit.sParent-'reaHier.sAIaKaxiiicjHcturfM.ftlie -— —^W ofthe Streft t" Friday Saturday, FebTITl2 REX BEACH'S "GREATEST STORY - e TJL£ FROZEN NORTH! written in letters of Gold! Plus March of Ttum Special Nazi Germany the host the men's low score • A late luncheon was served. Party nt Emmetsburg— Mrs. C. A. Joynt, former Algon- ian, who now lives in Emmetsburg, entertained the members of her Algona bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon at her home, Wednesday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. G. R. Cook. Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, nnd Mrs. Jos. Kelly. Entertain Old Friends- Mr, nnd Mrs. P. A. McArthur entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Winkle nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moore nt dinner last Friday. The three couples have been friends for many years. The gathering; was greatly enjoyed by all and specially so by Mrs. Winkie. who in confined at home most of the time. Hi-Weekly Bridge Club— Mrs. Esther Helberg entertained her bridge Hub nt her home Thursday evening at three tables. The club meets every two weeks. P J \\aldron won the high prize for the men. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall the women's high prize. Roy Hiu.s- trom won the travel prize Mutiny i, brewing in the homes cast of the Northwestern tracks. I Inns are in the making to do away with free city mail delivery In this "fiction A few years ago Sou Ihonngton street was cut off t free delivery and eight famil vlthm a two block territory foil other means of getting their ma ..,?'., w not why - II 'coked, an till does, funny to them, only fl locks from the post office whe the mail is still lugged past th Milwaukee depot a distance of mor than a mile. Mrs. E. A. Scheme! and Mrs. Alf Kresensky entertained at a one o'clock luncheon at the Sehcmel home, Friday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight Mrs. Duane Dewel won the high score at bridge and Mrs. G. D. Shumway the second nigh score prize. WinkeU Entertain— Mr. «,„! Mrs. L. A . Winkel were host and hostess at a 7 o'clock din- ntr at their home Thursday eve- I'lng. Bridge was played at three tables. High score prize for men was won by C. L. Bliley, and women s high score prize by Christine Wernert Kntcrtain, at Dinner— E. P. Keith was host at a dinner party served Sunday noon at WJ- sons cafe. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ke,lh. Mr. and 3Trs. In Kohl, Mrs. Jessie Ualzjel and Mr Pear Potter. The gu,.-sts enjoyed a •social afternoon at the Keith hom,-. I-ntln-ran Brotherhood The First Lutheran Brotherhood meets (Tuesday i this evening at 8 o c ock, with Edwin Hovey Erir Nelson and Hilmer Norman, as the hosts. The pastor will give the second in a series of lectures on Alartin Luther. Birthday Party Little Terry White celebrated his fourth birthday last Friday his mother, Mrs. James White, giving him a little dinner and inviting I number of his relatives arid friends m to help him celebrate the occa -''Jon. Idle Hour Club— The Idk- Hour bridge club mem i-fs wilt bv entertained at a one "lock luncheon and bridge part ' tin-- lioniu of Mrs. K. w. Lusby >• •ii.c.ci-iy afternoon. Eight wo " •> belong to this club. To Homer Anderson should go prize for salesmanship. By hi persuasion a young lady, nbou whose weight uncountable question have been n.sked. was Invited to step on the scales. The rending on the bnr wns about 304 pounds. * • • The Court House-SkeTly bowling battle drew a full house with many urned nway. Don Smith and Fuzy Robinault. arch rivals of the two earns, led the cheering sections in fforts to urge or boo the bowlers s they saw fit A read fan writes in and wants o know whether or not there is any egu/ation against a calendar In the new post office. It is a crack suggestion and we hope the post master can display one for the convenience of the patrons. Editor's note—we'll furnish the calendar. Waiting turn In a barber shop, *rlday, it was a pleasure to see a la °y having her snow-white '""Vg clipped. Getting ready to look her best for on Saturday she was to celebrate her birthday, the 88th one. • • * Don't know much about the modern way of training boys for athletic events. Two basketball teams visiting Algona the last week had novel ways of getting in shape. One ecam finished its third game of bowling and hurried to the dressing room. The other was told by its coach to "All go up town and have a glass of beer", before takin" (he /loor. " We invite you to visit our new store west of the Court House on one of these three days and see the wonder, ful display of new Spring Merchandise in this showing. Our new location has been chosen with the one idea in mind, that of better service at less cost. We will One of the Crniu-li boy* visited m Montana and wns surprised one day while in a saloon. The door opened and four cowbodys rode in upon their ponies. Without dismounting the four men were served high balls and the ponies were given beer in basins. Not an unusual occurrence, no one seemed concerned. • * • Tile «ir<- whistle blew, the firemen gathered and those who do the chasing collected at the city hall The laugh was on them. The lire truck did not leave. • • • Are you convinced of a present- day recession? If so change your mind locally. Algona is going forward. Are you a booster? See your councilman in regard to a sewage disposal system. While still in the talking stage it is one of the big things being investigated Algona lost the packing plant to Estherville for no other reason than being without a disposal plant Other big rventa in building are the seed corn company's new bii — iness. tlie erection of bleachers at the athletic park by the park board and a new band stand by the i-ity A good word helps. Keep the optimistic spirit moving. • • • On on* page of a daily paper wus news that four thousand WPA workers in Iowa were to be laid off, and that one million six hundred thousand acres of corn land would be retired for other purposes this on top of what already is out of corn production. The government rules so. Mark this word later on in the year you will read about the millions of bushels of corn shipped into the U. S. from Argentina. VV ny should it not be logical to leave these acres in corn in Iowa, let these four thousand men help raise it and then sell to the wanting areas, Iowa corn, not South American? Living Room Suites At Reduced Prices and a Fine Gift FREE Opening Days Only Dining Room Suite 8 Piece Modern Suite only 69.50 Every Dining Suite in Stock at Reduced Prices $10 Reduction On Every Bedroom Suite in Stock and Coil Spring FREE to Serve— Bonar, Mrs. R. H. Mill '•i and Mrs. M. J. Bourne are co '.•'.-.lesscs at a one o'clock Juncheoi .-irvt-'J at the Bonar home this, a.lernoon (Tuesday). Bridge is the atternoor's diversion. Cluba ut St. Joim'K— 'file C. S. D. W. knitting club will meet with Mrs. George St. joiiji this afternoon (Tuesday). The same hostess will entertain the O- N. O. bridge club Wednesday v veaing ttt her home. 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