The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 12, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Alfona, Iowa, April 12,1938 fy/OTES Andefaon, ion of Mrs. aiter Anderson & Clear Lake, and elma Rosa, daughter of Mr. and rt. Omar ROM of Monticeilo, inn., were united in marriage, On Saturday, April 9, At Des Molnea. Lutheran minister performed P. Single ring ceremony. The Spfe wfere attended by the brother and wife of the gfoom. The bride wore a grey tailored stilt, and navy blue and pink acces- ftories, and a shoulder corsage of Violet*. Mrs. Anderson attended the Mont- iceilo schools and has been employed during the past year at the Clyde Beatty home. Mr. Anderson graduated from the Clear Lake high school In 1932, nnd for the past year has been employed by the Algona creamery. " | Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are at home In an apartment above the Long Food Shop. Secret Marriage— Mrs. Kate Barton of LuVerne announces the marriage of her daughter. Rosina. to Harold Ulfers. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers of Algona. The young couple were married February 27 at Blue Earth, Minnesota. Rev. H. E. Heller performed the ceremony. They were attended by Verabel Ulfers. sistf-r Of the groom, and Vernon Sorensen Of Humboldt. Golden Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Richmond of Algona quietly celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday, April 11. Their children, Mrs. Dorl.i Magce and family of Fairbanks, Iowa, M. W. Richmond and family, and Lucy Richmond Of Waterloo came to surprise them and help celebrate the occasion. Walter Richmond and family of Armstrong and a cousin from Estherville also came. They also received congratulations from their friends by way of a post card shower. Mrs Richmond is a sister of Mrs. 8. M. I.anning. and before her marriage was Mildred Fish. She and her husband cnme to Algona about a year ago from Waterloo. Honor Opal Cronan— The Misses Dora Carson and Catherine Carison entertained a group of girls Wednesday evening at. their apartment in honor of Opal Cronan. who teaches at Elmhurst, and was home for spring vacation. Court whist was played at three i tables and Aria Roxvold wo_n the | prize for high score. Miss Cronan ' was presented with a guest prize. Miss Carson had visited Miss Cronan at Elmhurst the previous week during her spring vacation. .Methodist Aid— The Methodist Ladies' Aid met at the church. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ulfers graduated from the. A l:lr. luncheon was served by Mrs. LiiVerne high school in 1937, and | Henry Johannsen's Jr.'s division. Mr.Ulfers graduated from the Fen- I The Aid enjoyed a musical program ton high school In 1932. He is now put on hy the high school students. employed as mechanic at the Max-1 who took part at the district music well Motor Company. After May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ulfers will be at home in Alpona. D. A. R.— ~ ~ The D. A. R. meet for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson this afternoon (Tuesday). Hostesses are Mrs Edna Murtagh. Mrs. Mattie Falk- enhainer. chairman. Mrs. Leota Gelgel. and Ella Lewis. Mrs. Mable Tjaden is in charge of the program and the subject is "Interesting Facts about Local History." Hen Kusslen—- The Hen Hussy bridge club met Friday evening at the Conklln home with George Conklin as host. Bridge was played at two tables. This was the regular bi-weekly session. EASTER PARADE OF VEST* RYEAR—New York: A view of Fifth Avenue duiing the Easter Rundny fashion parade of 1905. Note the many "toppers" and predominance of horse and carriages In contrast to the streamlined exhibitions of today. contest. Those taking part were Ruby Turner. Richnrd Keen. Bot'.y Merritt nnd Phyllis Sawyer. Mrs. O. B. Lnins gave two readings and Mrs. A. E. Michel was in charge of the program. P. E. O.— Chapter BW of the P. E. O. met Monday afternoon at the home of .Vrs. Milton Norton. A business meeting was held and Eleanor Norton. St. Paul, was Initiated. Tea was served by the hostess. Birthday Dinner— Mrs. L. E. Linnan entertained a group of friends Friday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Following a seven o'clock dinner served to eight. The evening was spent at cards. EASTER HATS The gayest assortment of colors we've ever had in straws and felts trimmed with contrasting ribbons, flowers and smart veils. Plan to have two or three of these gay bonnets for your spring wardrobe. $2.95 $5.95 The ELITE Shop INVENTORy TIME I IT'S rsKLESS \ to pay for more insurance tli;m y..u eoiild collect if \-.)ii had a total Ins-; IT'S\()T(i()0])JU'SL\Kss lo carry less insurance tlian you need to protect vnii adco,uatelv. ANDVKT if you have a lire, the adjuster would rc- <|ilile an inventorv of the loss NOLVKTIIK FKOULKM In inakiiifi an inventury of your effects in one of our Inventory linoks which we aro pas-ill"' out wliile the supply lasts. Houiewarmlng and Surprise— | Mrs. W. G. McCulIough was hon ' ored by the members of her bridgi •lub nt a surprise party and house warming at her new home. Friday evening, hy the members of he bridge club. Bridge wsa played at .' tables. Mrs. F. E. Sawyer receiv ed the high prize and Mrs. E. ,T Hough, the second high prize. Mrs Mi'Culloush wai presented with a :Tift. Thimble dub- Members of the Thimble dub met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Nea Smith hostess at her home. Guests of the club were Mrs. Kd Taylor. Gust.-i Winkle, and Mrs. Frank Green. A late luncheon was served following nn afternoon of s"wing. Bridget Club- Mrs. W. C. Irelan was hostes-j at a one o'clock luncheon this afternoon <Tuesday). Covers were laid for eight, arid bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. This is the regular meeting of the Bridget club. Entertain at Mim Wallace's— The Misses Carmen Rkskopf and Audrey Fritz entertained friends Thursday evening at the home of Miss Lucia Wallace, with whom the former makes her home. Court whist was played at two tables. Idie Hour Club- Mrs. G. D. Stokes will entertain her Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon at a one oclock luncheon. Covers will be laid for 12. and bridge will follow. Kruse - Blossom Insurance Agency H. N. Kruse Iowa R. S. Blossom Tuesday and Wednesday, April 12 13 Continuous from one o'clock daily The story of the hottest, gayest, swingiest street in »11 the world... filled with melody, dancing—SWING! Aisu Newt* of Duy fYLREEI vitk m»r» then 30 sUrs b«srf«4 by UN HUNTER. UO CARRIUO, CltA UMAM PAT PATEftSON, »ID SILVERS, ZASU PITTS and KENNY RAKER KELE.UtU THRU UNllLD A. Thursday and Friday, April H 15 TWO (iKKAT ATTKACTIONS Eudy Vallee's radio stars Tommy Eiggs and Betty Lou Alice Brady Charles Winninger "GOODBYE BBOADWAY" (Second t'ealure) Paul Muni in "The Life of Louis Pasteur" The world's greatest Mr. and .Mrs. Chas. (XHarrow of Fort Dodge were visitors at the W C. MacDougall home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller spent Sunday in Estherville visiting at the home of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson. Betty Mrrron, tttudrnt at the I'n- iversity of Iowa at Iowa City, will arrive Wednesday and visit until .Sunday with her uncle and 4»nnt, Mr. and Mrs R H. Miller and her sister. Donnabflle Merron. Mr». Gertrude Spilles and .Mr. and Mrs Oscar I'oirot and son, Bobbie of Whittemore were .Sunday evening gues'.s at the home of Mr. •ind Mrs.-Leo Spilles. The former Mr.s. Spilles is Leo's mother, and Mr.s. Poirot is his sister. Until Mulurg visited during tin- week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Malueg. Ruth is a senior student at the Iowa Stat- Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, and will complete a four year in, three years, graduating this spring. ( hrt Holt, manager of the (ira- ham store, has been laid up for several days with an abscess on his nose. The infection has also gone into some of the sinus passages, and is causing him a great deal of pain. Until it localizes little can be done to relieve his suffering. Kllln Kunchry of Tuha, Oklu/- homa, arrived the latter part of the week for a visit with his mother. Mrs. Mary Kunchey. For the his wi(e and children are at .N'ehosho Nebraska, where the family ruuved some lime ago. Mr. Hum hey had been in Oklahoma to find out the advisiability of mak- niX business changes. Kvelyn Kucken»M-<'kcr, who ha» been seriously ill at the home of her .-.ister. Mrs H W. Miller for the past ten days, is reported to be much improved She is the principal of the Plover high school. Mrs. i!. K Kuckenbecker of Owatonna. and mother of Mrs. Miller and Evelyn, has been here for a week to help take care of her daughter. Kdward and Bernard Kuckenbecker. brothers of Evelyn, who also live at Owatonna, Minnesota. were guests at the Miller home, Sunday. Algonians Visit At LuVerne Home I.u Verne Mr. and Mrs Matt B'lumgartner and family, Mrs. Wm. /••ntiier nt Kenwick and Mr. and Mr.s Walter Zentner and family of Al^ona were in VVinnebago, Minn.. • i.iHiiii,; ihu Sam Centner family last M/ ,u,'i Mr, William Zentner of I'.nrAKk are (he proud parents of i h,.ijy yul born March .'JOlh. Justice Danson Hears 2 Cases P A l>an.->on'a court the following cases th Fra barged wilii Joe drunk ul ';u day.i and (he nealeiire wao sua- pendfd. A|JII| Hlli Tho., ii. iiioun i harged with dru'iiig ,i cur uittiuut a valid driv- er.i' vv.ia tiiitij 410 or lliiej days in jail, aj'.d io.»la Mi Mr. and Mi:, Waller Yalinkv and and Mildred Oswald were iisoa City shopper* Uat Saturday STREET COLLAPSES—A scene in Owensboro. Kentucky, when a section of Breckenridge street collapsed following heavy rainfall. A trunk sewer line forty feet below the street surface gave way and the sandy soil began to crumblt away endangering several residences in the neighborhood. Many families fled their homes on advice of city officials. The cave in affects an area of about one hundred by two hundred and fifty feet. April 30, Deadline For Filing Quarterly Social Security Form Chas. D. Huston. Federal Collector of Internal Revenue for the District of Iowa, has announced today that his office has completed the addressing and mailing of blank returns Forms SS-la to 40000 employers in Iowa for their use in filing their tax and information returns required under Title VIII of the Social Security Act for the quarter year ending March 31, 1938 This Is the first tax period under the new procedure whereby Social Security tax returns are filed once every three months injtead of monthly. The new forma, which have been mailed by Collector HusU en, combine into one form the tax and information returns previously filed on three separate returns. Collector Huston stated: "The new quarterly return has been designed to simplify the collection of Old- Age Benefits taxes under Title VIII of the Social Security Act. Employers should have less difficulty in preparing the new quarterly returns than was encountered under the old procedure. The cooperation of employers in promptly filing the returns required under the .Social Security Act is of vital importance to the success )f the Social Security program and Collector Huston has laid stress on '.he fact that the first quarterly i-e:urns on the new form under Title VIII of the Social Security Act must be in his office not later than April 30, 1938, so as to avoid the insertion of penalties. Bob LaBarre Is Now 75c Ahead After His Swim Bob LaBarre, non of Mr. and Mm. C. R. LaBarre of Algona. a student at the State t'nlvera- Ity of Iowa, i» some 75 cenU ahead today, according to an Associated Pram dispatch, but he may be wearing his winter underwear a* a result. It neeim that Bob declared he could swim the Iowa river which run* through the campus, despite the temperature of the water at thl» time of the year. Home pal declared he couldn't, and wagered 73 ecnta to that effect. Bob made the swim, clad only In • pair of trunks, got his 75 cento, and then headed for the nearest furnace fire to thaw out. SWEA CITY NEWS HaptHU Hoot* on 19th On April 19th, the men of the Swea City Baptist church, together with their wives will entertain the men and their wives from the Algona Baptist church, at the fJuild hall. Cloning Hour, Friday Business houses will close on iood Friday during the hours from one to three o'clock. Good Friday services will be held in all the churches during those hours. Guild Officer*«-d Guild officers were elected at thi; regular meeting last Friday afternoon as follows: president. Mrs. J. A. Krickson; vice president, Mrs. Jinnie McCrary; secretary, Mri. Floyd Treat: assistant secretary, Mrs. Andrew Van Alstine: treasurer, Mrs. (i. D. Curtis; pianist, Mrs. 1 K i* Bronleewe. Outline Procedure To Obtain Federal Old Age Pensions More than 93,000 claims have now been certified for payment, to wage- earners or their estates, by the Social Security Board under the Federal Old-Age Insurance system. Many other claims exist for whicii applications have not yet been filed. To acquaint our readers with these payments, how and w!ier j ; applications are obtained and filed. Earl H. Hill, in charge of the Albert Lea, Minnesota, office of the Social Security Board, hai prepared {his short article. These single cash payments are made by Federal government checks to two specified classes of persons. The first class includes wage-earners who, since December 31, 1938. have worked in store*, factories, offices, mines, hotels, garages, in fact, any kind of industrial or commercial employment and who have reached age U5 since that time. The second type is the families or estates of wage-earners who have worked in the above employments since December 31, 1938, and who have died. The amount of the cajh payments to either class is 3'-j percent of the total wages which the worker earned in commercial or industrial jobs between December 31, 1936, and the day he reached age 65 or until the date of his death. No payments will be made until the claimant has filed an application with the Social Security Board on a form prescribed by the Board. Hospital New* Rossnth Hoftpitel Tuesday, April 8^-Baby Tommy Ke«fe of Algona entered for medical care. Tuesday, April S—Mrs. Frank Pruttman of Tltonka entered as a medical patient Tuesday, April 6—Mrs. Clarence Macurnber of Atgona gave birth to » baby boy. Tuesday, April 5—Mrs. John Brp- eldlng of Algona, underwent a major operation. Saturday, April 9—Mrs. Oaylord Shumway of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Saturday, April 9—Mrs. George Wlldln of Algona. tonsilectomy. Sunday, April 10-Mrs. Paul Bell of Algona gave birth to a baby boy. Monday, April 11—Elva Ewoldt of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Monday. April 11—Mrs. Alma Johnson of Swea City, medical. Bruellman of Ottosen gave birth to " Thursday, April 7—Mrs. Walter Krause of lone Rock, tonsilectomy. Thursday, April 7—Mrs. C. C. Wehrspann of Ottosen, minor surgery. Friday, April 8—Mrs; Aontonla Delacruz of.•• Ledyard entered for medical car*, Friday, M>rH *-MriK Fred Jennings of BwE, medl<!al. Monday, April 11—Mfs. C./ R. Schoby of Bode, medical. General Hospital Wednesday, April 6—Mrs. Arthur T. Bradley of Minneapolis. Minn., entered as a medical patient Wednesday, April 6—Mrs. A. A. HELPFULL HANNAH'S Household Hints For the best flavor . . . place the fat side of a roast nearest the flame. The melting fat will flavor and baste the meat during cooking. Include Home Made Bread from our bakery when you order your groceries. REMEMBER TO GET HOT CROSS Bl'NS For Tim ttrek End Wil son Bakery Phone 43 Dress Up Easter Stop out in the Parade dressed in a suit thai; does things for you . . . because you know it fits and lias the correct style. off that new suit with one of our Berg or Crofut & Knapp Hats. They have the right 'snap and -fit. >' Bergs $3.50-$3.85 Crofut & Knapp $5.00 NECESSARY ACCESSORIES New Smilock Ties 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 X-Act-Fit Shirts ______________ $1.95 Sox __________ ____________ 25c-50c Belts and Suspenders __________ ._ - ~50c Silk Handkerchiefs _________ ----- 50c Linen Handkerchiefs ______ 25c, 35c, 50c Madson & Hanson Tin- Home of Better Clothes - :oo:ooooowows<x*«^ The Garden Urge We have all the tooFs you'll need for a well kept garden. St<»p in and check up on what you will want. Eclipse Lawn 7 ?C <C91 MOWERS -__ ••»•*" l(j" mower, 10" wheel, 4 or 5 blades GARDEN HOSE, 50' O OC rubber braided J « JJ with coupling GARDEN PLOWS keep out weeds 3.50 Seeds of all kinds pkg. 5c Garden Hoes 65c Garden Rakes ___95c Garden Forks .$1.00 Improving Home H. D. Smith is making some Improvements in his house, including removing a partition between the kitchen and pantry and having cabinets built in. He is also putting in indirect lighting. Mrs. Peter Ehlers is in Dubuque visiting a married daughter, who lives there. Grace Berg came up from Algonn lo visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg Sunday. Mrs, C. O. (.'ushing was called to Harlan Sunday by the serious illness of her aged father. J J. Anderson came down town .Saturday forenoon for the first time Hi' e his operation early last month. Mrs Au lite DiUworth underv/ent m operation fur appendicitis at thu 'oleman hospital in Eiithervillu on Knday. Mr. and Mrs Charles Kuugust pent Sunday at the home of Mrs. •'••lUgust'.* parents, Mr. and Mrs. A M McAriinch Mr and Mrs. James Kuchynkj Uleuded the fuiierai of Mrs. A. D. 'latlie at Algona last week Tiu-y went from there lo DCS Moiiies lo ,'I.SIL their daughter. Bob Haglund came home last week after having spent several t-ks in the Veterans' hospital in Des Monies, being treated for erysipelas and slomach ulcers. It 'a A Curious Thing WHY OBANOfc BUMSMOMH AT A WEDDING? . . . Because un oiujiyu true uni blossomii at the same Hint, a feat which the ancients believed fitting lo a young couple beginning life together, signifying u family und happy life. Let u,-« help you with your house cleaning problems this y'eur. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone S37 We Deliver Kohlhaas & Spilles &0ft00£fcCttbO£*>0£^^ Garden Tools set of 3, 29c Sprinklers 10 qt. 95c Lawn grass seed Ib 30c Garden Spade —$1.10 WE'VE GOT THE CAR YOU WANT... 1937 Ford fordor sedan Blue 1937 Ford Tudor Coach Blue 1936 Chevrolet Coach Grey 1936 Ford Tudor Coach Grey 1934 Chev. Master Coach 1933 Ford Tudor 1934 Chevrolet Fordor 1931 Ford Tudor with new paint 1929 Chevrolet Coach A Few Other* $75 and up and you may not need money now/ TRUCKS 1934 Dodge, L.W.B. 1933 Chev. L. W. B. Kent Motor Co Algona, la. SALES SERVICE Phone 484

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