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The Algona Upper Pe« MOIIUB, Algona, Iowa, March 18,193S Robert Richardson Weds— 1 uTie marriage 6f Robert Ro Richardson of Brooklyn, Iowa, So Of Mr, and Mrs. R. O. Rlchardsoi of Algnoa and Donabel Simpson daughter of Rev. and Mrs. D. M Simpson of Pocahontas, took plac at 6 o'clock Saturday evening at th home of the bride's parents. Th flngle ring ceremony was perform «d by Rev. D. M. Simpson, fathe Of the bride, while the bridal couple stood In an arch way of smllax and roses. The bride wore a dress of beig crepe with shirred bolero, having matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of roses. Mildred Richardson, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid, and wore a blue crepe dress with accessories of a darker shade of blue. Her corsage was also of roses. Glen Simpson of Emmetsburg, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Following the ceremony a three course dinner was served by Eva Dillemuth and Eleanor Crummer to members of the Immediate family. The bride graduated from the Pocahontas high school with the class of 1935, and attended Morningside College nt Sioux City, where shn nffilinted with the Kappa Zeta Chi sorority. For the past year shp has been employed at stenographic work in Pocnhontas. Mr. Richardson graduated from the Algona high school In 1934 and later graduated from the Hoenschue-Cnrpenter School of Embalming nt St. Louis. BIO St. Patrick's DANCE at the V. F. W. Hall, Algona Thurs. Mar. 17 LeRoy Miller and -his orchestra Souvenirs for all Price 26c and tax Mo., nt which place he affiliated with the Alpha Chapter of the Delta Phi fraternity. He In now employed as mortician and In the furniture store of ttramer and Son at Brooklyn, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson will be nt home In Brooklyn after April first. Everett BoM-mnn Wed*— The marriage of Miss Leota Rlfen ind Rverett Bowman took plnce on Wednesday evening. March 9th. The ceremony wns performed In the presence of 75 relatives and friends nt the home of the bride's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Rifcn at Eagle Grove. Rev. Tumbleson of the Methodist church, used the single ring- ceremony. Miss Valettn Rl en. n sister of the bride, served a maid of honor. Beverly Joan Espe land, niece of the bride, was th flower girl. The groom. w 'ho is n son of Mr Mvi.-i Hill of Algonn. was nttondc bv Frank Loomls of Humboldt. Aft er the ceremony a wedding dinnc vas served. The couple will mak heir home In Algonn. Those wh ivent from Algona were Mrs. Alvl 'TIM. Mnbol Bowman. Lloyd Down" 'f Rnirit T,ake and Mr. nnd Mrs Howard Epeland and daughter. «"c*t Benders Entertained— The state champion girls' basketball team of West Bend were guests of Mrs. H. W. Miller at her home nt n 6:30 dinner Thursday eve- Margaret Nisscn and Louise were unable to attend because nf illness. The girls are still very tired from (he strain and grind of plnvinsr in the tournament, but iieirtitv enjoyed their visit hero. Mrs. Millrr formerly titight in the West Bcnrl school. Until I find an J i office. I will see my j i patients at my \ • home, 6 1 9 North S Church St. m • Phone 349 « • Dr. Walter Fraser m Audrey Potter Wed*— Audrey Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter of Atgona became the bride of Emory L Kooker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kooker of Cylinder in a home wedding Saturday afternoon at,5 o'clock /at the Potter home. Th Rev. F. Earl Burgess. Afethodls pastor, read the single ring cer oniony and preceding the ceremon Joyce Potter, sister of the bride played "I Love You Truly" on th violin. The bride was attended b brother of the bridegroom, attend brothe r of the bridegroom, attend ed his brother. Following the ceremony a thre course wedding dinner WHS servei to 35 relatives and friends. Mrs Elliott Skllling and Mrs. W. L Gregson served the dinner with their husbands waiting on the tables which were decorated in pink, white and blue, centered with a Inrge wedding cake. The young people will be at home the latter part of March on a farm near Cylinder. Mrs. Kooker at tended the Algonn schools and has been employed in Algona the past year, while Mr. Kooker attended the Terrll schools and has been working In the Cylinder vicinity for several years. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Potter and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nelson, and two daughters of Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark of Brltt nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kooker of Cylinder. Second Ticket In Wesley Office Race Wesley: Some of the more enthusiastic politicians of the city were out Thursday and Friday circulating a petition for a second ticket of candidates In the town election scheduled to be held Monday, March 28th. Those heading the new ticket Include C. J. Dennis for mayor, and the following five for councllmen. Mat Laux, Harry Mathahs. Preston Chapln, Emll Wester and Robert Welter. All of the present town officials arc on the first ticket and Include Dr. L. L. Pfeffer. mayor: Leo Blelch. H. J. Braley, A. L. Dawson, A. L. Kleinpeter and I Kleinpetcr. Just how much , the two tickets will create is yet be seen. , fi Man About Town Say* Sam Smith, the punle king, bc- ciphering, decoding and piecing words, blocks, matcheafl coins or cards Is a hobby. Same works any rain teaser and will wager on same whether it takes hours or days. None too difficult, none too catchy, If you fall, take It to Sam. ' New Wesley Sign Wesley: Persons coming in Wesley on Highway No. 18 eithe From the east or west are greete( 'y a new electric sign which las week was erected by the Centra te* Co. However the electrlcit ms not as vet been connected, bu upon illumination n hearty we comp is extended to the "best littl ity in Iowa." Men's Club— Members of the Men's club of the Presbyterian church nnd their wives met at the church for a 6:1. r i o'clock covered dish supper ^t the church. Thursday night. There were 40 in attendance. An election of officers wns Meld nnd the follow- ng officers were elected: Lyle Mnthri. president: Clcve Stewart, •ice president: Harold Clayton, sec- etnry; nnd C, P. Specht. trcasu 1 '"''. \lgomi high school students who •it! (-ike p.'irf in the music contest " ! sprinir. presented a mu~:cal rogram. Phyllis Sawyer played n •inet so!o Mini wns accomo-inied v Mrs. Eusretio Hutchins nt the no. Merle Pratt plnyerl a rcrnet f-nla, an obne solo was given by I>;ty Mrrritt. n>.v\ :i cello snlo bv Ruby Turner. Rat-ban HngE.-irrl aeciimpniiicd the latter three at the pin no. Father nnd Son Banquet— One hundred and fifty men nnd Attention Farmars We sell Northrup, King & C Field Seeds.. Come in and let us qmreiiients. We'll make any mixture you want. Investigate our quality and prermination. We have a tjood stock on hand and wi: and small orders. I high grade ire your re- 1 both large Other items of interest now are ]>ure bulk Lawn Seed, Lawn and Garden Fertilizer, Chick Starting Mash, German Peat Moss and Hygeno Litter. Algona Flour and Feed Co. Phone 257 Ta. hoys were in attendance'at the annual father and son banquet held at the Methodist church Thursday evpning. A 6:30 dinner was served by the Epworth League girls and their mothers. Paul Danson spoke to the sons representing the fathers and Donald Johnson spoke to the fathers representing the sons. Bob Grooters gave a talk on "What the Church Means to Me." Dr. Earl Roadman, president of the Morn- Ingside College at Sioux City gave the main address. Dave Phillips, local high school teacher, directed the community singing. Members of the high school boys' quartet Richard Keen, Richard Norton lothers nnd Daughters Club— Thp Mothers nnd Daughters club of Union township meets March 24 with Mrs. Ada Hoflns. Louise Me N'utt will be nsslsting hostess. Rol "II will bp answered by the sub jert of Boost Iowa. A paper 01 Iowa Authors will be rend by Mar* HeGraw. Margaret Durant will fait: on "Poetry in Iowa", nnd Marj Woodwnrd of Whittemore will taP": on "Iowa Music." D-ssert Bridge f'lill)— Tim I>essert bridge club wan en- tcrt.-iined by Mrs. O. R. Cnnk. on Thtirsd-iy evening, at the home of tiie hostess. There were twelve present. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew won the first prize. Mrs. w. D Howie of Emmctsbtirg the seconr prix". ami the con-million priz Not hearing any flrst robin stor les It may be well to Inform Ih doubtful that the birds are back scouting around for the rear van guard. Next month Is nesting time and. hard to say, lawn mowing begins. In the matter of conservation and the welfare of the song birds Leon Merrltt had several English starlings In the county auditor's office for bounty. One of the birds was nlive nlthough wounded. Sheriff Loss, an inquisitive bystander, asked whyfore the destruction of such creatures. Leon, holding the injured starling for Casey's minute inspection, was relating the faults ind the reason for the bounty but ipfore the story was over the bird ook action on its own behn!f. Casey's new spring topcoat is mut? evidence of necessary exterminn- lon. * * • Kaeh Monday night at I.uVerne a cribbnge tournament is, held in an iptown hall. Those that cme ake part are welcome. Often sm:i >rizes are given. How often on ears the old story of a needed ope oom or hall for the general pub! Former Algonian Writes of Flood in Palm Spring*, Cal. An Interesting letter from Mrs Maurice Llbott, the former KHz abeth St. John of Palm Springs California, was received recently by Miss Evelyn Cady in which th* recent flood was vividly described Quoting: from the letter: "Our house Is bulk two feet off the ground so that water could run under It—and run it did. The house next door Is built on the ground so ii was inundated. Palm Springs was isolated for thee days. No telephone service for five days and then through Denver and back to the coast. No telegraph service, no electricity or gas, no trains or buses even yet as our tracks and roads and bridges are still out Cars can get In and out now, also planes. We had no milk, bread, candles, flashlight batteries. Our only radio was from cars and very little then as folks were afraid to use their batteries as there was no way to recharge them. One man was caught in the water and washed 300 yards. Another man was washed three miles but both were saved and had nothing more serious than bruises. No deaths in Palm Springs. Want a good car cheap? We have several to choose from. They dug them out jf the wash near the house. Will flay, the announcer for Amos arid Andy, had his car almost buried near here. We watched them ge it out. Today (Tuesday, March 8 we had a short hard sand storm but now it is raining again. Mus be our regular 'unusual' California weather." March 16th Mr. John Broxmeyer Representing the Storrs-Shaeffer Company will have a complete line of swatches for made- to-measure suits at MISBACH'S You are Invited to come In and see these swatches whether you are In the market for a suit or not. IT C SZilCSt. to .Mrs. A. .1. Schnopf. Mrs Johannsen, Jr.. wns the club rirlal Shower— Friday afternoon. Mrs. Eilintt PkiMinp. Mrs. W. L. Oregson. ami Loom Miller honored Audrey Potter nt a miscellaneous shower at hpr home. Thirty-five guests assembled and spent the afternoon socially. The honoree received mnny useful gifts. Thursday. Mrs. A. H. Nelson of Ringsted will en- tcrtnin her sister nt n shower. i Algonn. The K. C.'s. Masons. V UYs nnd flip Legion have their nmr folks in-p not eligible fo emhership In these. Boys <rrrm up rannot belong to' lodge, 'hey need a well supervised inert ing place. How long must this towi be without it? Donald Johnson and sang three numbers. Merle Pratt Tuesday-Wednesday, March 15-16 Daily matinee i o'cloi.k continuous HAVE A HOWL ON HGLUWOOU Leslie HOWARD Joan BLONDELL STflND-l • lj»('?' WISH KU«(O "&»«•! Hanker (Joe> I loljy wood Beautiful Stand-in (iocs for Hanker! ThU S,y^^f a8 Sat -day Special ^1! ss Congregational Circle*— The circles of the Woman'! AMO- clatlon of the Congregational church are to meet Thursday afternoon. Mrs. T. H. Larson's circle will meet for a one o'clock luncheon at the church with Mrs. Henry Bunkofske, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, and Mrs. Hazel Hackbarth as assisting hostesses. Mrs. D. P. Smith's circle will meet with Mrs. William Dehnert at :he Dehnert ,Hotcl at 2:30 p. m. Following the business meeting. ,-lit refreshments will be server!. Mrs. H. U. Hiitchins' circle will meet at tin- home of Mr i K. .1 Mur- tni;h. There will be a rninir al program in charge of Liu i i Wallace. Queen Kttlirr* Meet— The Queen Ksthi-r group of tile Methodist church met at tin- r him a Monday evening, for a G o'clock dinner. Tho.se .serving on the re- treshmi-nt committee were Doris Jane Sorensen. Margaret Murray, anrl Joan Stephenson. Mrs. Rae Asher is the leader of the group. Worship service was in charge of Eleanor Thorpe and the candlelight service was in charge of Inez Harris. Margaret Miller gave the lesson. "The Woman's Home Missionary Society Institution in the West Central .Section of the United .States." Woman'* Club Klection— Members of the Algona's Woman's r lub iiel.i their annual election of officer in the Library club rooms, Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. H. Cretz- mi-yer was reclcctcij president; Mrs. A. 1C Kri-sensky was elector! first vice president Mr., C H. Holt ser ond viie pre,i.ient Mr.-,. Albert orreTpoiifling .-,r-r retary, Siiiit.li, recording her re- Siirprise Party—. Mrs. William Dehnert entertained a group of 12 friends at a surprise party honoring the birthday of her husband, Sunday evening The guests spent the evening playing bingo. Mrs. Martin Vinaas of Burt won the high prize and Mrs. Walter Klamp the consolation prize Light refreshments were served. Dinner Club- Twelve members of the dinner club met at the Wilson cafe Sunday evening for a 7 o'clock dinner. Following dinner bridge was played at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E V. Pierce, with Mr. and Mrs Pierce winning the high score family prize. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Evans were guests of the club. Dinner Club— The dinner club was entertained at a fi:3n dinner by Mr. nnd Mrs LeRoy MeWhorter at their home Sunday evening Mr. nnd Mrs J.' F. Hire were assisting, laid for 1H A social • •njnvi-d Mr. and Mri of Fort Dndtif u members present. Ucrh Trench nnd Chas. Burrick man lunched nt the Bruce Eckhir home. When all were seated the notatoes were passed to Herb an he passed them by. The trtenl wc next and Herb passed it by Someone then asked if he cared not foi meat nnd Herb answered with a blushing face, "Well. I don't seem to have anything to put it on " Before him rested n pink plate which was hard to see for it blended with the table linen. • » • A young fellow took out his license thinking to find on It hunting dntes and settle an argument of an open season. Believing he had purchased a combination hunting and fishing license last spring he became quite alarmed when he learned that he had hunted nn entire year on a fishing liceuse only Bill Hawcott N half owner of the Hawcott & Ogg store, helps run th city's business as councilman and wa« once a rough and ready star em 1 on the Algonn high school football *«*»-. Reaching all these manly height* has not dimmed a pastime learned as a boy. Bill enjoys and finds time playing with blocks Covers were even in it was J. H Hop;,,, '•re oii'-nf-to'.vti Mi, tary II M Mi , id Mr Mi,. A A. "Youth in in i Sinrier - W. Keith. i-hop -ive ntln t ' trea.sur- historian a talk on Dinner fur fager*— Mr. mil Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained 12 boys of the high M-nonl basketball team. Coae!,.-; I aul Berger and Uiwrenre Findley. Sr iiool Superintendent O H I-aing. and High School Principal John McDowell at a 5:?,o dinner at the Anderson Cafe. Friday evening. MUsionury Aleetlnic— The Woman's Missionary Sciety of the Presbyterian church will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. L. F. Ri,-,- H to be the hostess. The day for the meeting has been changed becau'v of the Indies' Aid suppei to be served Thursday evening. Hem-tit Hriduf— There wen.- ten Mules of bridg,- anrl one long fable of bingo in play at the Heuek.rh uenelit party at the 1. F KM ,,- home. Thursday after- norfn. I'rize., at bridge were won by Mrs. (.'ht-ster Willey high. Mrn John button, travel Mr* Hoy Roeder, low. and Mrs A H. Sr hunck chair prue A variety of little prizes were won at bingo The i rt Club- Mrs Fred Parks entertained the members of the Dessert club at her home at a one o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon. There were two tables of bridge in play Mrs B,j ..heehan and Mra Alwm Huenhold were guests of the dub Krinadee llanoon Murrir<»— Ktinadec Hansen. daughter of '•'' and Mrs. Frank Han,on and Ray fiross were married U.,t week u erinevlay at Cylinder at the home "f the bride's parents, form gona residents. The young will live on a farm. •r Al. OUplr> t-art of the Rebekah lodge of which ' r "'»mittee. This is one of the reg \Tfti f. L' I> i,... i ... ..i.:— ._..._ I III. f tn,., , »UI. ._..._•: " Mrs L. F ftic x . i.^ captain, sponsored UK- party and she was assisted ten other women of the lodge. ul HIS ROrAL HIGHNESS • I ROARS IVIIimiliin Meeting — Snow r,f VS'e.,ley was el- l<i-f.-.ident of Hit,- I'resbyterian meeting. Thursriay hureii Klva Kw- The Centenary class of the M K .Sunday School is having a .-.ix-thir- l.v dinner Tuesday evening Mrs \V A Dutton i.-, chairman of til- if monthly parties. Bridge Club- Mr and Mrs W C MacDouKull entertained their bririgt club Friy evening Mrs Roy Hjustrom 11 i lie high score for the ladies. J William Kingi'e.nh' srrjre prize at thf flrp—men running here and there wanting to help but not knowing where or how-boys selling Sunday Registers, alert and business-like -men dressed up necktie and all. (showing they had not yet been to bed) men with pants and overcoats pulled on over pajamas women and girls parading in swishing nighties ami dainty r nlorcd slippers girls and women drev-ir-d in evening clothes anrl full make-up, 'a K ive away as to their late hours) tears rolling down the checks of clerks, from Christensens and the first .sunrise for many a thrill seeker and a doom to the good girl when rl lylight portrayed her true self without makeup of lipstick. * • M Hill (Hie burbr-) UVIni U working on something all the time man woman or furniture. When customers are not so plentiful Bill u j n another room, sawing, pounding fitting and nailing uaeful article* for home and shop. He has just completed a near perfect walnut corner case. Bill built the back- bar, chaira and flower stands seen In us place of business. While the trade is a hobby one. „ pr(Mpero|1|1 Rev. Geo. Wessel Taking Treatment At Kirkaville, Mo. Rev. Geo. Weasel, well knowi. Durt man. wns taken to Kirksville. Missouri. February 20. for osten- pntliic treatment for nn illness nf severoTmonths and is reported to be recovering. He suffers no pain but is very weak, but has retrained his appetite. Rev. Wessel hns written the following statement of his condition to his family: "Kirksville. Missouri, mny be inferior to rrnny cities in the state, but it is the mecca for osteopathlc doctors nnd students. There nre at 'resent 1.000 students coming fron 47 states nnd five foreign countries Of this number more than 1,"»0 wil graduate in June. "I was here 38 years ago and vns treated for a nervous disorder nd learned to know Dr. Still as the most original man I ever met. He ind a son were then preparing the tilrd class to graduate in oiteo- >athy. When my health began to all about a year ago and became o aggravated that for months 1 ould take only liquid food and suf- ered with gaa pains every night, I referred to come here. They placed me before an x-ray machine every few hours and soon discovered my trouble. After the first treatment I had no more pain. My prostate gland has also troubled me for the past four years and I under went an operation whieh was almost painless. I hope to regain my strength speedily so that I can meet my friends who are now Inquiring about my condition." CASUAL COATS Smart for Spring Budgets! Farm & Home Bugle RESOLUTIONS For 1938 •Mli: to-solved: "Tluit I will t.-ikc a lesson from Hi,. ),,.,,. she ••arklcs just as loud \vlicji etrirsan. lOfenfs " s <loxcii as when they are fifty." l - iitli resolution next week. In the meantime call at the ne\v lumberyard near Milwaukee depot. Shinglefi, Hoofing and Wallboard RAESILY LBR. CO. Phone 234 IJKPOKT OK CONDITION" Iowa State Bank , L . , ASSETS oans <»nii rii.,, ount.i Overdraft* United State, Goverm,,,,.;. obl, K ati«n s . direct ,u)d-or fully guaranteed Other bond*, stock.-,, und securities Banking house Furniture and fixture H«*«rve with Federal Reserve bank f.-ish. balances with othti bunks, and cash item* in process of collfUion 1^.000.00 3.029.36 bei-g Plus Lutes "Maxell ul Tiuie' "Jungle Jitter*" Sunday-Monday, March 20 21 'Bob Burns, Jack Oakie, Kenny Baker Helen Broderick and Hal Kemp in 'RADIO CITY BEVELS" lilrthdu) — < ' he!.in entertainer] ;i t , nf bridge .Sunday eve- | irmg tne birthday of her Mr. and Mr.-, M. Au-e >>i ore prizes. • iil.iiiu ( lub— Meinber-i <,t tile Nirj.ma i lub .v c^e eit.-iine.j by Mrs. Melvn: Knoll' tiie An jcr.-ion njuntrv iiom..- 01: 1(J 18. 1-IABILITIE3 Demand deposit., of individuals, partnershins and corporations Time depositi, of inrlivirjuaal and corporations SUt«. county and municipal deposits United States Ouvernii deposits Depo,ils of other bunks, i ertifierl < hcr-k.i outstanding, etc Total of Items 11 to 18 Inclusive -Sot .,ei ured by tile pledge of loan patrnerships nient and postal savings officer.*' 744,358.01 210.18 85,100.00 33,599.72 20.029.3A 218.42S.74 611,710.50 11,718,413.31 $1,228,997.09 26.945.89 222,050.32 100.00 ll» 827.62 Bold Plaidsl New Tweeds! $ 10 95 Unbeatble eliie in these new •asual eoats. Tuxedo, eollar- If.ss and notched rever style with newest stit.-])iu» ;<>i<l pocket details. (Iros^rain trimmed styles too. Shetland, spongy woolens. Sizes 12 to 20 Kresensku's TOTAL DEPOSITS 'it'll account: i.mun stock, ,'xjo shares. entertained the (•rund .Slam I lulj Miv J. 1- Boa.i no luoer., „( tit,: lif.ititi Slum bricig-.- 'lub a two L.tble.i .it her home, I'hu i.Jiy m.jMnng A poL 1'jc.k luiulu-uii w i.i scrvcj at nuoii < liurcli Supper — A public supper will be. ,-ierved iu at the Prt-sbyterittn church, Thursday evening. Murcli 17 Crj .S.iri Uiidivnjed Hruliu net TOTAL CAPITAL ACCCjUN'I I and-or I.S»7.!>20.42 1 587920.42 par $liji) per ahart.$",0,000.00 25 513 0« 125.513.04 i ii Correct above-named bank .„ „„„ to the best of my knowlc-dg GELMORE. Cdshicr. *U lS.UI3.fi I do solemnly e and Mrs. Marguerite Keneticit euter- tuuicj ^l twu tables of cuntii.t at | her home. Friday afternoon H L. (Jilmore. Caahjer of the awoar that the ab u %- e statement is trui belief. H. I Attest. J C R H MILLER I- E. UNNAN. Directors. State of Iowa, County of Koaanth -.worn to u S ,l su bs.r, beJ before m« this lltb daT of M^eh "^ Ssfc ' AL LOUISE MAGNUSON. Notary Black Patent Leather • Wild Cherry Calf Ombre Grey Gabardine •Ombre Blue Gabardine • Black Gahnrdine Wheat Linen • Brown and White . . so enchanted is everyone with this airy little slipper, that we have it many ways! It's "bunded".. ."perfed" and has that "sewn on the foot" look that's so good this Spring! Kresensky 's

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