The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1938
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fh& Algona ttpper Pea Moines, Algoa&» Iowa, Aag^jO,1988 CAR CATCHES FIRE AT UVERMORE Livermore: What might have been & serious accident, was a narrow escape, when a car driven by Wll lord thimont of Sigourney caught iltt from the spark of a cigarette, turning most of the bedding which ftad been used by the group while camping at the fair in Des Moines When about 100 feet south of the Charles Brown farm home, they discovered the bedding in the cnr was on fire at the blazing stage. The occupants were Mr. Dumont and Mrs. Dumont. Wilma and Ala. all of Sigourney and Miss Gertrude Feitzotd and Alvin Vogul of Harper. It took some quick work on the part of the occupants to put out the fire but the bedding was scattered over the highway. Outside of losing a few blankets and pillow;, the- fire was extinguished in time to save further disaster. Burt Girl is to Be Social Worker Hurt: Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle took their daughter, Rachel, to Knoxviile, Sunday, where she will be social worker for the town of Knoxviile. Rachel recently was gtftduated from a course in social work at the State University of Iowa. Card of Thanks Br!dr-To-Be Honored — Catherine Streit of Los Angeles. California, entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Friday evening, honoring Irene Capesius. who will be married September 7. to Leland W. Hurley of Mason City. Guests Included Mrs. M. K. Cullen. Alice Edell Norine, Catherine Delaney, Dorothy Dunn. Virginia Emery'. Kathryn Mullen and Mary Durkin of Mason City, Lorraine Coonan of Emmetsburg. Betty and Helen Streit of Chicago, and Laura Hanson. Gertrude Zender. Mrs. Louis I want to express my sincere Red ' in( , Eve , yn Capesius . Marv thanks and appreciation to all who were so kind to me in my bereavement.— Nettie J. Herman. 35* LOCAL BEAUTY EXPERT RETURNS _ WITH FALL BEAUTY FORECAST Mrs. Dailey of Marigold Back from Rubenstein Traing School Smart faces this fall will wear a glamorous "orchid? make up to dramatize the strong violet influence in the new Parisian Fall colors, and give complexions that delicate, lovely "orchid look" that's demanded by the revival of romantic, feminine "mauve decade" fashions. Ear tips will be rouged to set off the new upswept coiffures. Lips will be drensed up in a deep, rich red orchid lipstick to make them as glow- Ing and vibrant as the deep warm will be porcelain fair as a doll's under all-revealing, diminutive doll hats. These are some of Helena Rubinstein's rules for autumn beauty. brought back by Mrs. Dailey of the Marigold Shoppes. who has just r°- ial treatments for the "back of the neck" designated to prepare thi? hitherto part of the anatomy for the scrutiny it is certain to receive now that upbrushed hair has been definitely accepted as a daytime mode. With hair swept up from the nape find piled high on the crown. Mrs. Dailey said, the "back of the neck' will assume a new importance ii the scheme of things. Upbrushed hnir styles are also centering attention on throat and chin lines, she added. "Contours are revealed to merciless scrutiny when the hair is brush- up." Mrs. Dailey warned, "and every woman should include a muscle tightner in her fall wardrobe to dispose of double chins or fiabbiness." Madame Rubinstein, who is now in Paris where she collaborated with the French couturiers, creating new cosmetics to complement the fashions shown at the recent openings, sent her cabled greetings to the school, and her advance dictates on fall beauty. Mrs. Dailey said. "According to Madame Rubinstein turned from the Helena Rubinstein j si{ j ns must oe given after-summer Beauty School in Chicago, attendc-i recon ditioning care without delay." by selected beauty advisors from leading salons and department stores in 13 mid-western states anJ Canada. Students came from Illinois, lowi. Minnesota. Wisconsin. Missouri. North and South Dakota asserted Mrs. Dailey. "Complexions for the autumn must he Rar- •Icnia fair, lineless and flawless for the diminutive hats and the new romantic (rovvns of the Louis XIV an-'l the IWO's. Streit and Ruth McKee of Algona. The evening was spent at games. with prizes going to Mrs. Reditlji find Evelyn Capesius. • « * T Cotton-Linen Shower — Over 100 friends and relatives attended n cotton and linen shower. Sunnay, at the St. Cecelia's academy for Helen Miller, daughter of Leo J. Miller, who will leave with her sister. Ruth, next Sunday for New Jersey, where she will be married Sept. 14 to John Flynn at Mount Clara. A mock wedding was staged with Anna Schick as the bride, who wore part of her mother's wedding dress. Mrs. Leo C. Miller as bridegroom and Mildred Harmon as the ring bearer who carried fourteen carrot 1 ; joined together for the ring. Minnie Schick was the bridesmaid, and Mrs. Leslie Huff the minister. The bride received many beautiful gifts, and a lunch was served. Farewell Party- Mr. and Mrs. 'William Bilsborough entertained at a farewell party at their home Friday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. August Strom and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz who will leave to make their home in Colorado soon. About 20 old friends were present, and the evening was spent playing five hundred. J. T>. Graham of Burt received the men's high prize and Mrs. Bilsborough the women's high prize. Both couples were presented with a suit case. A late lunch was served. Mrs. Schultz is a daughter of the Stroiru. Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets Thursday afternoon at the church at 2:30 p. m. The hostesses are Mrs. David King, Mrs. Tom Dailey, Mrs. Bert Cronan, and Mrs. C. W. Pfeiffer. E. T. W. Club— Mrs. Meda Redfield entertained the E. T. W. club members at her home Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mrs. Elliott Skilling and Mrs. James Watts. Committee Meeting— The program committee of the Algona Woman's club met Monday with Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer to finish the program for the coming year. Indiana. Michigan. Ohio. West Vir- ., In order to nchi( , vc tnis ne .. v - ginia. Nebraska. Pennsylvania and Winnipeg, Canada. At the beauty school they were put through a week's intensive training to study the latest scientific methods of skin care and the art of make-up as expounded by the world famous beauty authority, Helena Rubinstein. Among the subjects covered dur- In the lectures, demonstrations am! practice sessions under the direction" of a special instructor from Madame Rubinstein's New York Salon Mrs. Dailey said today, were the most recent developments in youth- Ifying face treatments; special treatments for eyes, throat, hands ami contour: make-up for the new fall colors and fashions; and corrective treatments for the oily or blemished skin for the dry skin with Hnes. for relaxed contours, freckles, wrinkles, double chins, enlarged pores, blackheads, and other flaw*. complexion Emphasis was also given to spc~- nutumn complexion, it is important to follow n beauty treatment wTiioh actually makes the skin three shades lighter." Tho new orchid make-up created by Madame Rubinstein to give women that delicate, lavender-and- o!d lace type of beauty required bv the romantic period fashions and nualnt hair styles of this season. Mrs. Dailey explained, combines .ill the lovely hues of an actual orchid. from its deep warm, orchid red center to the delicate mauve-pink tints of its outer petals. It is the perfect accent for the orchid-pvirple-violct gamut of colors so heavily sponsore.-l by couturiers at their recent Paris openings, shi said, and is perfect too for evening wear with any costume color combinations, because It 1 ? orchid-mauve undertones Impart n delicate, transparent quality to tho comnlcxion and a counteract with magic effectiveness the yellowish shadows cast by bright lights.— Adv higfi crowns-roll brims on these new Autumn HATS • Casual Felts Doll Hats • Young Bretons • Tricornes All sio new' Exciting styles and high frowns- tailored styles-feather trims- ami many with veils-all are new and different — in black and new colors. $1.95 and up The ELITE Tuesday Wednesday, Aug. 30 31 Edw. G. Robinson in "I AM THE LAW oay.i Jmuiiy Fuller. Thurs. Fri., Sept. 1-2 Saturday, Sept. 3 Kale IJou^U, \Vi^t'ii.'-. A-i.'.:.' R IHESE FACTS WE TSUE! 'nil it HUH '&>$'»( V...VJS - '*%-,*&-* AU'.'.i KHiM.Lf jH*: -~. HUi;Y K.r !•-!.:.. tcEGtcl mm i>i»t«* Nutv "ClOSIA HUSO* : Nt-ttk Porky i. Unify Coming Sun.Mon., Edw. Bergen Charlie McCarthy in "LETTER OF INTRODUCTION" Shower— A miscellaneous shower was given Irene Hayne« of Wesley by her* mother. Mrs. P. C. Haynes. announcing the approaching marring'.of her daughter to Eddie Farnum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Farnum of Algona. The ceremony will be performed in early September and the young people will make their home in LeMara. Miss Haynes has been a nurse at the Kossuth hospital during the past year. Nearly 50 attended the shower and the honoree was the recipient of many gifts. Dinner-Bridge— A seven o'clock dinner and bridge party will be held in the club house of the Algona Counrty Club.'Wednesday evening. There will be a musical program. Mrs. D. P. Smith is chairman of the committee, and will be assisted by Mrs. Raymond Norton. Mrs. Wade Sullivan. Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer. Dennis Pratt. W. B Quarton. G. F. Towne. Merle Griggs all of Algona, and K. J. Smith of Burt. Call reservations to the chairman of the committee. Pwst Office Party— Approximately SO postmasters, clerks and carriers nnd their wives attended a pwty at the Masonic Temple last week. The affair was sponsored by the Kossuth Postmasters' association. Glen Raney played several violin selections accompanied by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and E. A. Genrich fans several numbers also with Mrs. Gunn ;n accompanist. Later cards were played and a lunch served. Reception for Pastor— The Bancroft Lutheran church and the First Lutheran church of Algona are having a joint reception for Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. Monday evening. September 5 in the church parlors at Algona. A program has been planned and light refreshments will be served. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand have been gone several weeks visiting relatives in the Dakotas and in Pennsylvania Royal Neighbor*— The Royal Neighbor club met last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bert Baldwin and with Mrs. Will• ir<i Gregson a.ssistmg. A business ir.f-ctiiig w:»s held and bridge fol- If.-A'ed. Prizes were won by Mrs. M;.rv Guderi:in mill Mr.-. Harvey '•o!,.,n;i'. Mrs Fred Skillinr* And 'V Fry -ir.-i Mr- I'<vr-> of A'.lynti •A- :. ^u- si-. A V-.VJ < ourse luti'-hean •-VI-. erv. : .i •if,-,. 1. .-.,fj .Str'.VIi •. '.Vim W.: : I i;.••.;.•.. 'I -.• • 11 '!y :-. y.-'ir ;i,;o to Keith I j.ii.'f, ; -shower lii-M Krid.-iy after- ! :.•• .:. :• I.'.--- ..)...-!li i iioiiTf Hi tli.- C ill .S' ;'. !-i.'.: M-tny Drifts were re'rjv- I-..: V.'.iri-.ui! Mr., Kvelyn MrNi-ill K...;;.i. A!. :•.,;;.ijer. .Su-lln Kelps. \'.. r ii I.', 'vn. ir: Ah'e Dit.i-.vorih nn.l !:..n._ Klo'.<:r. I A ^'roup <>f Ai^una v.'i/rn*.-n motor-1 i'i to Kr/ijia.t.^bur^ iast week Tue^- I i d.jy ;ifti-rii'.on to attend =i one o'i-lofk !u:.'h.;oi. Hivct, at the W. I). Howie . i;o;i.i- for Mr.-,, ii. C. Hargreave.-. 1 | i o.rtli'l ly ;ir.uiver.,ary. IJridge form- i il.i: .-tft.-Mi'.or.'-. divi-rsion uri-i Ml-. ! ! t/.rti.'! ,y toki-n. \ l)iiiii*-r l'.irt> — \i: ai..i Ml.- J H. Winkel ei.U-/-. r ;.]...' :l. .1 . • Vtrll (/'( i(yf K 'Jill.. '! •».ity \V. .im '';.!>• (V. : r.;iig Mi-. .I'.i.ij i'.idiii^ ;u.ij son, .joiin. Jr. of <":.i'::i»<, Mr :<!,'} Mi,. Mike Reding ..i.d Mr . s ;.d Mrs. Frank Reding of 1 IJridjj.- Club— j Mr. Liml Mrs. Willard Ringgen- ] 'Jtrg entertained their bridge club j members at their home Thursday evening Mr und MM Wallace Mc- I Doug^ll n-.-eived the high orizea. ] Mis. H O Bjuitrom received the i low prize. i Durctut Society— i The IJorcas society of the first I Lutheran church will meet Thura 1 day, September 1, in the church par- i lors. Hostesses will be Mrs. Willis Bilsborough, Mrs. Peter Halarud. i and Mrs Olof Solberg. Wesley Votes O. K. On School Addition Wesley: Voters of the Wesley Independent school district went io the polls Thursday and voted appro, val of a $12.700 bond issue to build and equip a gymnasium and auditorium addition to the present building. Of the 270 votes cast 207 favored the proposal.- The new structure will be partly financed by a $9.000 federal grant. It will be begun this fall, .a one story building of brick, hollow tile and steel. A covered passageway will join the new and old buildings. Supporters of the project have pointed out the need for such i building which would be available for public activities other than school functions. They also contend that such a project shoold be the beginning of a well-rounded program for other school improvements. St. Joe Opening Dance Drew Many St. Joe: The opening dance in St. Joseph's new school hall Thursday evening was a huge success and well attended. Door prize was awarded tn Mr. and Mrs. John Berger. A sofa pillow was awarded to Joe Freilinger. Charles Plathe purchased a new Plymouth car Tuesday. -Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte spent Friday at the state fair in Des Moinea. Mr. and Mrs. John Zeller and family left Friday to spend a few days at the state fair. Rev. Charles Kneip of Whittn- more and Eugene Thul of Ottosen left Sunday on a little fishing trip in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Etringer and daughters. Berneda and Marie, of Maquoketa spent the past week with relatives here. Agnes Zeimet of Milestone. Montana, is spending some time at the home of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet. Sr. Mr and Mrs. Charles Plathe accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Wcydert left Wednesday morning for Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte are the parents of a boy born on Tuesday, Aug. 23rd. The boy was baptized Sunday. Sponsors were August Berte and Agnes Berte. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and daughter. Rita and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner left Friday for Firestul. S. D.. and Saskatchewan. Canada, for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bormann and Kenneth from Lamotte and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bormann and children. Eleanor and Robert from Preston, visited with relatives here the past week. Nick AHman accompanied by Justina Steussy from Livermore. and Mr. and and Mrs. Mike Reding attended the funeral of Mrs. Klepper at Earling, Friday. Mrs. Kleppe.- was a step-sister of Mr». Reding. The Sisters of St. Francis of Da- buque, are returning this week to take up their duties as teachers in the school here. Due to the fact that none of the Sisters could stay here this summer to care for their garden. Father Theobald suggested a shower of canned goods by each family. To Clear Debt of Church With Corn Fenton: Acre plots of hybrid corn are being grown by approximately 35 farmer-members of the Fenton M. E. church to clear the church of its $1.500 debt The church was trailt in 1929 and was free of debt, but adverse conditions have caused several persons and organlxations. through no fault of their own, to default on subscription payments. Early this year. John O. Mulllns, Corwtth hybrid seed corn producer, made a proposition to the church of furnishing allotments of corn to be taken and grown by farmer-members of the church for its benefit. The church board accepted the proposal and a committee was appointed to solicit acreage. Approximately 35 farmers'agreed to take a sack of corn, or match amount with seed from their own supply, and rnise it on their farms. When the corn is harvested it will be donated to the church for marketing. Mrs. Wiemer Will Visit Swea City Swea City: Mrs. Estelle Wiemer. widow of the late banker. Frank Wiemer. is expected to arrive from California this week, according to word received by friends here. She will bring her adopted daughters children. Robert and Esther Lee. whose parents are both ill in California hospital. Renn Kluger, Swea City boy. who is employed as Mrs. Wiemer's chauffeur, will drive the party back to lows. Bursts Blood Vessel East Seneca: Will Johns had the misfortune last week to burst a blood vessel in his leg while helping to care for a threshing machine at the Ambrose Lentsch farm. It is causing him considerable pain. LOCALS Mary Helen JJeary. Omaha, Is enjoying a two weeks' visit with her aunt.'Mrs. E. C. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Milter and son, Harold, of Charles City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M- \V. Jacobson. Mrs. \V. L. Jensen returned to her home here Sunday evening after a two weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler at Sioux City. Glenn Naudain addressed the Rotary club, Monday noon, on experiences of his recent trip to Europe, the Mediterranean and Palestine. His talk was most interesting. Delia and Edith Welter, and Audra Benton returned on Wednesday from a three weeks vacation trip in the west. They went out via Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, where with Delia's and Edith's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welter. They visited another week with Audra's sister. Mrs. Arnold Kissick at Hayward. California. They returned via Salt Lake City. NEW FOR FALL Fabrics and Style* D AN C E By popular request, to the music of DOC LAWSO.V and his orchestra, featuring hiu ELECTRIC ORGAN at the Fenton Ballroom Sept. 2nd This will he the last duu e until sonrur time in October. Alvin Zumach MADE Z YOU! • Have your now Fall Suit tailor-made, and you're assured of i suit that Is gua.-nnteed to fit you perfectly. Select from many fab : rics and styles. All Work Thui oughly Guaranteed CLOPTON The Tailor 38 Over FURS Marshall & Swift Fur Coats Make Warm Friends Trie Lovely Lint of Liepend- ililu Furi on Display in our store this week Friday and Saturday. Sept. 2nd and 3rd Choose your coat now. Prices arc- advancing and you will bo smart to buy from this bale. Coats Made to Measure if desired. Payment plan can be arranged. Mr. Woolworth, Fur Expert, will be here to assist you in making proper choice. You can't go wrong or. a Marshall & Swift Fur Coat. The ELITE TO FENTON AID Burt: The following attended the guest day" of the Fenton Ladles" Aid last Wednesday afternoon: Mrs. O. H. Wessel and daughter, Lure.m. Mrs. UHtAit Sheldon, Mrs. C. E. Stgsbee. the Misses Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney. Mrs. B. Brooke. Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Mrs. Mary Steward. Mrs. B. K. Bahnson. Mrs. J. O. Sewick. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. Mrs. J. H. Graham and Lulu Hawcott. Burt Homes Have Distant Visitors Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Polhemus and child, St. Louis. Mo., visited from Wednesday until the flrst of the week with Warrens parents, Mr. and Mrs M. E. Polhemus. O. F. Kraushanr and daughter, Joan of Northampton, Mass., visited from Thursday to Saturday at the O. P. MsDonald home. Mr, McDonald was able to go to the lumber office tlbttrtd*? fc* the flwrt tlm« sin" hit reteftt *«Hotti Bl- ness - /.-a LuVerne Ladies to i Meet at Godfreys LuVerne: Mrt. D»R«* Godfrey will be hostess to the Presbyterian Ladles' Aid at her home WjdnAdajr. August 31. One circle of the M, E. Aid met with Mrs. S. P. SoreilBCii Wednesday and anothe* ittet with Mrs. T. L. Williams on Friday afternoon. Tenessee Doctor* Guests at Portland Portland: Dr. Martin Martinson and wife, who is also a doctor, of Graysville. Tenn.. were Sunday guests of the E. O. Manns. Mr?. Martinson is niece of the Manr?. A Sunday picnic supper was enjoyed by the Wayne Manns. Ch<»s. Mann, and daughter Amber and Mr;-. Ada Mann of Burt at the E. O. Maun4. Drs. Martinsons were Monday dinner guests of the Rev Manns. Lois Mann was a Sunday evening guests of the Gordon Hansens near Titonka. Entertains for Two «• Swea City Brides Swea City: Mrs. R. M. Minkel entertained at two bridge luncheons last week honoring Mrs. Reuben Lutter and Mrs. Monford Peterson, recent brides who are newcomers to Swea City. Twelve guests were present on Tuesday and prizes at bridge went to Mrs. A. C. Christensen. high; Mrs. Gerald Niemeyer. second high, and Mrs. A. H. Schueler, low. Fifteen ladies were included in Wednesday's affair and high prize went to Miss Frances Dahl. second high to Mrs. Elmer Ewing and low score to Mrs. Arden Hovey. Try these Tasty SWEET ROLLS They're GOOD Your favorite kind is here . . . done to a turn. They're grand eating with any meal. Wilson Bakery Phone 43 | SEPT. 12-17, 1938| Fairly & Little . 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Don't delay—pay us a visit Ibis week. •t your SntR WIN-WILLIAM* PAINT HEADQUARTERS LUSBY'S Drug Store FOSTER'S FURNITURE Co, Issues A Cordial Invitation To The Public To Visit It's Booth At The Kossuth County Fair Next Week . , , Furniture ,. , Radios , , . Home Furnishings We Invite Your Inspection - In The Floral Hall

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