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The Algona Upper Peg jMEolneg, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2,1938 Mother ft Daughter Club— At the regular meeting of th Union Township Mothers am Daughters club held Wedneada. afternoon, on the Louis Bode fron lawn north of Algona, the commit tees were named for the specla program for August 11 to be given Jn honor of Captain Jeanson's set tlementa In Kossuth county. Th place of the program Is undecided Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Grant town ship, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel of Bur nnd Mrs. William Bourne are on the reception committee; Mrs. S. P Eckholm of Swea City, and Mrs Henry Tjaden of Burt, program committee; Mrs, Earl Taylor ol Union. Mrs. Clalr Winkle of Burt nnd Mrs. Wallace Me Arthur ol Iivlngton. arrangement* jS. Mrs. Robert Sarchet, ilrs. Frank Hoflus and Mrs. Tom ReiJ nil 01 Union, registration committee!; Mi*, Louis Bod« of Union. MM. S. H. Nutt and Mrs. Mame Wirtkel, publicity committee. The entire Swea City club will assist these committees. A feature of the day's program was a pageant entitled "Mothers of the World." Eleanor. Vogrel of Durt •was the prologue reader and Ruth Heerdt. the accompanist, waa assisted by a chorus of girls. Jean Bode played the part of a Negro mother; Joan Romstad, a Hungarian mother; Betty Sarchet, an Indian mother; Rachel Gisch, a Dutch mother; Letty Sarchett, a Scandinavian mother; Dorothy Giich, a Spanish mother: Ruth Gisch. a Chinese mother, nnd Joyce Romstad, an American mother. Other numbers on the proraatri were selections, "Age" by Joan Bode; "Afraid" by Rachel Gisch' "Thorn Rosa", a shrrt licit, by club daughters; "My Mother" by Betty Sarchett; "Boosters" by Ruth Gisch; a saxophone solo, "A HIM fcilly Wedding In June" by Ruth Romstad; "A Mortifying Mistake" by Letty Sarchett and a violin solo by Hazel Jenklnson called "Barcarolle" and a violin duet by Mary and Dorothy Gisch called "Stars of the East and Beacon Light". Plckctt-Wllllimis Nuptials— Valeria Frances Plckelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Muckey, beenme the bride of Robert Gnv Williams, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Williams, nt the Methodist chtirch, Tuesday morning (today) at 11 o'clock. Rev. F. Karl Burgess rend the ceremony In the presence of n group of close friends nnd relatives. The wedding dny wns nlso the 2r>th wedding nnnlvcrsary of the groom's pnrentr, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Will- lams, ' • The bridesmaid wns Lois Mason of Bancroft, nnd Russell Plckett. brother of the bride, served as the groomsman. The bride wore a Dubonnet cos- :ume suit with brown accessories, nnd a shoulder corsage of yellow ea roses. Her attendant was dressed in a light weight blue wool dress with black accessories and wore a shoulder corsage of red roses. Mrs. Williams was graduated from he Algona high school with the class of 1934, and has since been mployed as stenographer for Har- Ingtort A Lowe. attorneys-at-Iaw. >Tr. Williams graduated from the Atgona high school In 1932, and Is working with his father st the Hub Clothiers. Following the wedding-ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride'* parents. The young couple left for a short wedding trip In Wisconsin. They will be at home August 7th at the Galbralth apartments. Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bandy and daughter Jane of Brltt, Mr. and Mm. Bill Wallace and Katherlno Williams of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stevens and Wilbur Kd EveraH of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgln of Webb, Mr. and Mr*. Leo Steven* of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens of Mapleton, Minn. Country Cluh Dinner- Tuesday evening (tonight) a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party will be held at the club house at the Country club for the members. Mary Ann Smith of Burt will sing several voqal numbers accompanied by Jane Cretzmeyer at the piano. H. M. Smith and Dr. M. O. Bourne are the committee chairmen, and Mrs. Walter Lorenz Is the co-ehair- man. Other committee members are Dr. . C. Scanlnn. Mrs. Joe Greenberg. Dr. L. G. Baker, Mrs. A. H. Borchardt, Mrs. H. B. White. Bob Larson, E. A. Scheme!. Harold Gllmore. Mrs. C. R. LnBnrre, Paul Dnnson. Mrs. G. Miller, Mrs. N. C. Rice. Gene Murtngh ( Mr*. : Cnrl Pearson, Mrs. Tom Robinson, Mm. John Kohlhaas and Dr. L. C. Nugent. A Dutch lunch will be held Thursday night. Monday night Cec Mural and his orchestra will furnish the music for a clubhouse dance sched- ulpd for Monday evening, August 8th. Honored at Dinner — Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Anderson, Mr. end Mrs. Ed Bartlett, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Knoll were hosts and hostesses at a dnlner party given at the Anderson home. Friday evening honoring Robert Williams and Valeria Pickett, who were married today (Tuesday). A seven o'clock dinner was sreved, and covers were laid for 20. Following the dinner chlnker-check and cards were play- Fine Cooperation For Special U§ue Fln« cooperation from org- AnlMtfofi* clo*e!f coitmeted with Mi* development and growth of Komuth county In being received by this new»- nuppr, In conjunction with It* plans for a special March of Prgorem edition, to appear August 16th, prior to the two-day Centennial celebration being planned here. From the De* Molnes Register, through the Cowled family and Harvey Inghant, a special greeting haft been received, and both the Milwaukee Road and the Chit-ago & Northwestern railway are cooperating by preparing special material for a page on the "Development of Transportation" In connection with this (wctlon of the state. MAR CH OF PROGRESS QUEEN USED CAR BUYS 11 Days More To Help Vour Favorite Win AND YOU'LL WIN, TOO, ON THESE BARGAINS 1—1937 Ford Deluxe Tudor Coach 1—1937 Standard Ford "60" Tudor 1—1937 Standard Ford Fordor, "85" 1—1936 Deluxe Ford Fordor, "85" 1—1936 Plymouth 2-Door Coach 1—1936Ford Tudor "85" 1—1936 Dodge 4-Door Sedan 1—1935 Ford Tudor 1—1934 Ford Tudor 1—1934 Ford 4-door Sedan 1—1933 Ford Tudor other low priced models and many others to choose from. Kent Motor Co. Open Nights and Sunday Mornings Phone 434 Sales-Service Algona, Iowa ed, The honorees were' presented with a coffee table. Thelmn Kpnne Honored— Knthryn Kelley. Marguerite Johnson, Ruth Lund, Emma Winters, Leona Walker, Cleone Wooster, Donna Stuffllck. Gertrude Elchen- berger nnd Mildred Grandgennet attended a picnic supp»r nnd wlen*r roast nt the Call Stnte Park. Thursday evening honoring Thelmn Kenne. who left for Minneapolis. Thrl- mn will be employed in the Adrian Burmeister home. Mr. Burmelster Mrs. Glen Roland, and Dennis BII- Ingsly of Des Molncs were united In marriage at the Methodist parsonage In Des Molnes, Monday evening. They were attended by the groom's brother and wife of Fort Dodge. Family Dinner — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh entertained at a family dinner party at their home, Monday evening, honoring Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Moore and son, Stanley, of San Antonio, Texas. Dinner wai served to 19 guests at 6:30 p. m. Pre-Nuptial Shower- Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Mrs. Raymond Reid entertained at a pre-nuptlal shower, Thursday afternoon, honoring Valeria Plckett. The 16 guests spent the afternoon hemming tea towels for the brlde- to be. Is n former Algona ronch. high school Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. Albert Granzow find Mrs Howard Hoenk were co-hoitcrsei at n one o'clock luncheon and bridge pnrty at the former's home. Friday afternoon, honoring' Mrs. R. C. Weaver of Mason City, who was a guest nt the Granzow homo. Mrs. Robert Larson received the high score prize, nnd Mrs. Weaver received n guest prize. Party at Daughan*— Mrs. W. T. Daughan entertained at n bridge party. Thursday afternoon given for her sister, Josephine Mullln of Omaha. There were threu tables of contract. Mrs. W. H. Godden won the high score prize, and the consolation prize went to Carrie Wernert. A luncheon was served following the bridge play- Ing. Birthday Dinner- Mrs. Albert Granzow entertained at a 8:30 dinner party at her home. Wednesday evening, in honor of the twelfth birthday of h»£ »on, Boyd. The guests attended the theatre following the dinner. The guifctK were Dicki* Ual», Ru«sell Owen. Billy Fuller. Bobby Kuhn and Doimie Deal. Lutheran Aid— The Ladles Aid society of the First Lutheran church will mc«t Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the church parlors. Mrs. Theo. dore Thompson and Mrs. Lionel Hovey are to be the hostesses. Bridge nub— ~" Mrs. Theo. Chrlschllles will entertain her bridge club members nt her home. Wednesday evening. A seven o'clock dinner will be served nnd bridge will be played nt three tables. Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock nt the cnurch. Members nre to bring a covered dish and sandwiches. Embroidery flub—The Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. Frank Sterling, Wednesday afternoon nt their regular meeting. There are fourteen mcmbern In the club. Baptist Aid— "*~ The Baptist Aid will meet at the church, Thursday afternoon. Each woman is to bring a dish towel to be donated to the aid. 6VE1SRETURN TO GRID TEAM; BOOKS S AMES Spencer Added to 193* Schedule; Findley Hopes ' For Fair Season An eight game schedule for th Algona football team this seaso was announced last week with th season opener elated for Septembe 23, when the Algona eleven Jour neys to Emmetshurg. The firs home game will be with Spence here October 7th. All home games will be ptaye< under the floodlights except prob ably the Armistice day game. Spencer, the team which opens the home season Is the only new add Itlon to the schedule. The other teams were all met last year wfRi Algona winning three games, tlelng two and losing two. Emmetsburg and Humboldt were the eleven/ which defeated the Algona eleven and Webster City and Eagle Grove held the local team to tie games. With last year's tough schedule made additionally difficult by the Inclusion of Spencer, Findley face* a difficult task In his Initial year as head coach. Algona will encounter veteran teams in virtually every game. However, six regulars will be back to provide a good nucleus for a winning machine. Tuffy Anderson, all- conference center, will again handle the center qf the line and both regular tackles will be back; new men must be found to fill In the other positions In the line. In the back field only Kenny Lynk, star quarterback, will be missing. However Lynk's losn will be a big one since he was an exceptional passer nnd n flne blocker in addition to calling signals for the team. Coach Findley Is not unduly pessimistic, predicting a fairly good season. However, several key positions will have to be filled nnd the tenm have good luck In avoiding injuries before nnythinsr more thnn that can be predicted. Findley <mld. K. T. \V. flub— Members of the E. Rewrites Of Newt From L«it Thimdiy't Kouulh County Advence Kmmetsburg there. Sept. 23. Clear Lake there, Sept. 30. •Spencer here, October 7. Webster City, there October 14. Hnmpton here, October 21. Clarion there, October 28. Eagle Grove here. November 3. Humboldt here November 31. T. \V. bridge club were entertained by Mr*. H. E. Uruns at her home Wednesday afternoon. There were two tables of bridge In play. Mr». Meda Redfield won the hlsh pri/!e, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson the low prize, and the travel prize went to Mrs. Geo. Mahoney. Ruth Roland Wed— Ruth Roland, daughter of Mr. and Quality PRINTING Your Printed Material Is Your Personal Calling Card-Don't Let It Do You An Injustice • The next lime a transient trios to 8(;11 you printing oall us in for oompjirative prices. You rret what you pay for in printing too. We can sell as Hicaply as anybody, hut we prefer to do a quality job worth a few cents more.' Check Up Now On Your - Letterheads —.Memo Heads Envelopes - Statements Ruled Booklets and Forms Blotters — Knelo.sures There Isn't Anything We Can't Print! Call 230 The Algona Upper Des Moines "Buy At Home—It Fays Dividends" New Call Theatre Top Program* Every TuPMlay and Wednmday Continuous shows from 1 p. m. ..tk MADGE EVANS PRESTON FOSTER IUKS OUSOK • H I WtMU sUHUUIM HUIHU AftHL • UiHt MKM MMf »IUA« Cut il Hutlltt KMif 100 KliH'i "Three on a Hop*?" Hut Ni|i ( ollrge .\tlt» Thurs.-Fri., Aug. 1-5 ' 2 j>. jii. DrCUJTlB i Ulttt \TKKVOH Hua < uU •jojuburet) ALGO.VA'H BIUMVNIKH are the new Iowa state semi-pro baseball champions. They defeated Rru-k Valley, 10 to 2. to win the title at .Storm Lake Wednesday, last week. The Brownies will thus be eligible to compete in the national semi pro meet. • * * BKV. GKOROK VANCE. Congregational pastor here the past few years, has accepted a call to the Congregational church at Mitchell, 8. D., effective Sept. 1. Dr. J. H. Edge, former Methodist pastor here, went to Mitchell lait year to head Dakota Wesleyan college. Departure of Rev. Vance wlli once more leave the local Congregational <hurch without a minister. Rev. Vance will leave behind him a host of close friends. His years here as pastor have entitled him to the high regard with which he Is held by those who know him, and who appreciate his ability. 12.1 I'KKHON ARK AT WORK on dcta.fieling corn for the Pioneer Hi- Ured Heed Corn Co. More than 500 acres are being used for the purpose Payroll la about JI.BOO per week. The new Pioneer building, at the junction of highways Hi!) and 1H, will be ready by .September i. Machinery I.H to be installed, and the building will haw a capacity of ',;<>.<XXI bu.shels of hybrid corn. Grading and shelling will begin nbou'. .Sept. 1- KNKOl'TK 1IOMK FROM Ali-ona lo Minneapolis. Floy Gamble, sitiU-r of .\lrn. John Hoe of Algona, V.MS killed In an auto crash near M'III- liato. Minn., Monday of )a»t wrelt. She had been visiting here over the week end. • • • AKTKK KIMJ.VG 50 rhickens, a bird dog had to be shot at th* George Wagner farm, at Irvlngton. The dog had been taught to retrieve pheasants, but somehow got mixed up with the chickens. The animal formerly belonged to an Alguna business man. but had be'.Ti given to a farmer some time ay.o in that vicinity. JOE ZANKK, 1'OHTf.AM) farm er, was kicked in Die face by u I'M-, ami was uncon.jt/iou.s fo- 'il ino.it an hour, a week ago la.it Monday. He ix slowly recovering. Algona and Fenton Clubs Win Women's Scrapbook Awards Margaret Durnnt, Algonn. poetry chairman for tnc eight'] district, announced the winner* In the poetry •crap book content, xponoored by the lown Federated Woman'* club In Kossuth county and nupcrvUerl by Ml us Durant. Nineteen ncraj; books were entered in the conical the work of 12 clubi and five women who made entries a* individuals. First prize In the adult division wa* givtn to the Algona Womntra club >\r<l second prize to the Fenton Woman's club. In the rhild ren's classification first prize wn! given the Acorn club of J/jltotn nnd second to the Burt WomAn'K rl In th« miscellnneous classlfiration first prize »vns given to th • Plum Ci'.ek Sorl.il and Llrerary clijl: nnd f«rond to tho !?outhtre/< .) Mother* a-.o Daughci rs ciub. This was a service project and the scrap hooks will be given optionally by the clubs that compiled them to shut-Ins, rural schools and hospitals. Athletic Show for Celebration Planned Major 8«ul, Decretory of the Chamber of Commerce, §ay« that about 22 to 28 concesKlons will he ready to go for the two-day March of Progress celebration here, Aug- ust 17th-18th. One of the new attractions this year will be an athletic show, if plans go through as now outlined. State street will also have a number of other attractions that will 01 entirely new here this year, Including rides, amusements and games. No girl shows will be allowed, TIRES Wo nre closing out our stock of retread Tiros. Those tires were built to sell at from $7.50 lo $10. Our Price While They Last $4.95 We also have on hand a nice line of used and rebuilt tires. Sampson Tire Service Phone 553 Ta. GOING AWAY? Then you will want a "Travelers" personal accident ticket—26c per day—10 days $2.00. Be sure you are equipped with our Motor Road Service—Automobile insurance with our Agency includes carefree motoring. Enjoy your trip and.drive with safety and protection. Full Map service and tourists' guide for the asking. The Algona Insurance Agency Phone 53 C. R. LaBarrc ATTOftNKirS R. J. Harrington 3. D. Low* HARRIWGTOtf * LOWtt Rooms 212-14 First NatTBk. ALOONA, IOWA 9. L.BOJM4I ATTORNKT A* LAW Collections will receive prompt attention • ALOONA, IOWA W. n. QUAKTOJf H. W. MILL&B ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bl<Jg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHI8OJC ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg, Phone 251 E. J. Van Ness O. W. Stlllman VAN NESS ft STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa ffffffftfftfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff, It in u lot easier to back ilitu truublu than to buck out of it Hacking dungem ure a source of worry to truck drivers who ilo nut have helpers. Statistics pro^e that tiii/re u good cause for this worry. Whenever puasiblt backing up j bhould be avoided Kor example, where yuu can park paralleled in- bteuil of at an angle, do so. If you inuM back, know the way ia clear for you to do so. Always back slowly. White Gives Talk On Western Trip H. B. White addretsed the Rotary club, Monday noon, at the Algonu Country Club, with a travelogue of hl» trip to the west coast, from which )ic returned Saturday. He and Mrs. White and Mr. and Mr«. W. A. Lorrnz made the trip, which took about two week*. HU report on Reno and the race track at Los Angeles which they veiled was especially Interesting. Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS _ Tac Cut Coffee Minds for. Bean Hole Beans, per ran _______ __ Royal Anne Cherries, No. 1 <-an ____ Beverages, ,'} bottles _________ Oats, Superb, 1C- large box ________ liJC Camay Soap, eake P. & a. Soap, ~> bars for Cookies, fancy, muds 6c 19c 25c 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan 11937 Plymouth Deluxe 4-Door Sedan 1937 Pontiac Town Sedan fTwo 1936 Chevrolet Master Coaches 1936 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Coupe 1936 Dodge Truck These cars are clean and low mileage. Also several cheaper Jobs GET OUR PRICE ON MECHANICAL WORK We Trade! Easv Terms! Kossuth Motor Co. Phono 200 Algona, Iowa Fender and Body Repairing and Painting VWWWUlrlAMAMAVVWVrVVWVWVVVlJV\AAJL^^ Oaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SIUIMWAY * KCLLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Pbon* M ALOONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 306 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-3 Ret. «1* ALOONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahoo L. E. Llnnan Algona. Iowa Phone 301 Offlte over Kossuth Mut. In». Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Quinby Building PHYSICIANS A SI IKJEON8 1. N. KEXEFICK PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. X L. Hist over Rexall Drug. Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 336 ALGONA, IOWA C. II. CRKTZMEVEn, »L D. I'honn 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bids;, PHYSICIAN°& SURGEON Office over old Po»t Office Phones-Office 197 R^,. j 08TEOI-ATHS uauaiv -M -s -MO Oateopatblc Physician General Practice !"'£•'*', att « n "on given to noo- •urtfcal treatment of rectal DENTISTS »B. If. M. OLSON , DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bide I hone, Bu«lne.. i M , Residence 7M ALGONA. IOWA »«. L. C. NVtlKNT DENTIST yet Bldg. SUPER-CAPACITY FROSTER MORE SPACE Pork Liver per pound Short Elba of ]«'r pound Neck Bones |>er pound _. 4Mc Vinegar, per gul. _ 21c Freeze* more Ice, faiter ... hat one third more ipace for frozen ttorage. Top thelf provide* ideal frozen »tor- «ge for small chickeni and rouiu . . . ul»o e*rra ice cubci. New MULTl- SERVICE TRAY ha» 5 pound ice capacity. New EJECT-O-CUBE TRAYS in all family.iize models. Herc'i more value for your nioncyl Buy a Wcitinghouie and tuvcl SAVES FOOD...SAVES TIME ...SAVES MONEY Quinby Bldg, Re». Phone 174 KARL R. HOFFMAN" DENTIST , INSURANCE Qulnby Bldg. FARM LOANS BONDS Phone 100 Typewriter Paper srr <SOO .heeUl which tot 7 C- for 500 I (1C sheets U a good grade bond The Algona Upper Des Moines Pratt Electric Co. 1'lioue 170 Algona, Iowa Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moine» office lor parthielari

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