The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1938 · Page 3
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SWEA CITY CHURCH HONORS COUPLE SERVING 57 YEARS Chas. OolHns Paw- Well Deception Before Going to Kansas; Bed- Ideate in Town 51 Tears Swea City: In spite of the rain on Wednesday evening many attended the reception given for Mr. and Mrs. rJfui 9° 1Hn In "cognition of their faithfulness in the various departments of the church work for a per° f r8> A P«>gram was > a was given, with Florence Looft leading in devotions. Mrs. Jennie McCrary, speaking for the women of the church, recalled many Incidents of interest in the service of the Collins. a P. Eokholm, representing the men of the church, gave a fine talk. Other numbers were a reading by Marjorie HHIstein and a v Ab .y,, **• «><1 Mrs. Andrew Van Alstlne. After the program the honorees were presented with a beautiful table lamp by Rev. Bronleewe on behalf of the. church. Mr. Collln in responding, gave Interesting reminisaences naming the few who are still left of those who were here when he first came Into the community, 51 years ago. Somo or those who are now pillars in ch "' ch . having been babes or young children at that time. The Collins expect to leave in about two weeks for Kansas where they expect to spend the remainder of their yean. The Algona Upper Pea Moinea^Algon^ Iowa, Nov. 8,1938 Construction Work On New Lu Verne Gym Proceeding Rapidly LuVerne: Wednesday, in the construction of new gymnasium, 828 sacks of cement or 84 cubic yards were poured, finishing the west end and making about one third of the roof of the new building. This is a big step in the construction and the construction of the forms for this has been in process for over a month. Although It was a rainy day not enough fell to do any damage. The basketball teams have practiced some on an outdoor court and during the past week the boys have practiced at Renwick and the girls ot Llvermore. The opening game Is Nov. 11 at Vernon. 170 Women Hear Speaker Friday ~j***n-^^—^-^ uj . ._,,.... .._.._._ f Edmond Capeslus, Ames, son of qrLI" w^l 8 ' Fr /, nh CaP 681 *". and Sonny Walker. Algona, were week end visitors at the Capeslus home. Dolliver Armistice Speaker at Wesley Wesley: James I. Dolliver of Fort Dodge, past state commander o. the American Legion, will be the principal speaker on the Armistice Day program to be held at the Kleinpeter hall on Armistice Day, Nov. 11 at 230 p. m. The observance of the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice is being sponsored by the Legion and Aux- liary. Students of both schools have been nivited to attend. The pro* gram will include musical numbers and talks by local people. The public Is invited to attend. Wesleyan Has Infection Wesley: Guy M. Butts was absent fronf the bank last week because of a slight infection on the face in a wound received in a recent auto accident. Treatment was given In a two days' stay at the Kossuth hospital. He hopes to be back at work this week. Novemb Dresses : Coats Shoes Thank the Warm Weather for These Low Prices 8MAKTI.V 8TVLED COATS Untrlmmed ooata In tweeds, fleeces, mixtures, and far fabric*-. .Sizes. 18 to 44 at PARIS FASHION SHOES NEW WOOLEN DRESSES America's greatest shoe values in oxfords, pump*, tie*. High or low heels. Mack, wine, copper, cuede and kid The smartest thing on the- market Wool dressor. plain plaid and stripe patterns crepes, flannel, Jersey FASHIONABLE HATS FUR TKI.MMED COATS HIGH STYLE SHOES Fifty hate from our $1.98 and $2.98 lines, all new styles. In felta and velvets ...... Dressy coats, with attractive for trims In black, wine, teal, copper and navy—all worth more. Sixes 12 to 46 100 CLEVER DRESSES 100 pairs from our $t, $5, $6 line* of shoes, broken lots, but plenty of good sices. In •nede and leather, black and bolor* 811k, wool and Jersey dre**e* In new fall coloring* and style* on sale at only .. $2.99. $6.95 $1.00 $24 $3.85 $2.99 CINDERELLA DRESSES NEW COLORFUL SWEATERS Children's new print dreave*, showing improved style and cloth, in alee* 4 to 16, at only Long Hleevea, short •leevea, and nleevele*s all wool sweater*, extra colorful, new 82-40 $1.00 $1.00 LEATHER TRIMMED Fabric glove* with leather r>i AUEO trim * are the thin * OU> \JJLil/fljJ faU " chwMO trm a •efeo- of color* and pattern* $1.00 MANNISH SUITS The popular rait i» »til| with uii in plain and In combination*, toft fabric*, neatly •tyted $10.95 FASHION BITE DRESSES Smart chic style* and youthful large Bize*, newest fabric*, colors, A grand group $6.00 An audience of 1TO persons gathered at the Algona high school, Friday evening, to hear Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney of Mason City talked on Czechoslovakia. The program was sponsored by the Algona Woman's cub. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer presented the Algona Bel Canto club chorus, which sang two numbers, "Allah's Holiday" and "Moonbeams", and introduced Mrs. Cerney to the audience. Mrs. Cerney, who has been to Central Europe four times In the past twelve years, talked In costumes from Hungary, Austria, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Cerney told of the age-old conflicts of races, their triumphs and downfalls, and customs, and of the present status of affairs at this time: She brought out the fact that the Czechs would rather sacrifice their country than to start a war between communism and Nazism. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison drove to Fairmont, Minn., on a business mission Thursday. Mrs. C. T. Wilson of the Wilson cafe was In Des Molnes Thursday and Friday on business. H. R. Horn of Rock Island, m, visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. Floyd Saunders, from Thursday until Sunday. , Billy Pletch, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch of Des Molnes, was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr*. Walter Uood left for Des Molnes, Friday, to visit over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Conner. The women are sisters. Seeks Citizenship tfn. Henry Johannsen, J«% wffl appear before Judge Scott of the federal court at Fort Dodge, Wednesday morning, for a hearing on a petition for citizenship. She lost her citizenship through marriage In 1916. You're Right in choosing this semi- dressy coat with the up- or-down collar and all- occaslon smartness. Mary Lane Coat of the Month The Manchurian Wolf collar may lie flat or be snapped up in back. You'll like this coat's becoming flaring lines, high button closing, fine boucle, newest colors, and ikilled workmanship at t9.75 Kresemky's Drennan Matties of Arne» visited with Algona friends, Thursday. Drennan is traveling for the Continental Tea and Coffee Company. Floyd Pierce of Big Boy Lake near Remer, Minn., was in Algona from Tuesday until Friday on business and visiting his former Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr attended a Fuller brush branch meet'- inf at the Cerro Gordo Hotel at Mason City, Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Lonie Sullivan of Denver Colo., has been a house guest durini the past week at the homes of Mr and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mr and Mr*. A. L. Peterson. sjfata KohHi*a»,, Jr., Ttom Kohl- haaa, Roger Michel, Jess Reynolds and Bob Ditsworth attended the football game at the Iowa State College, at Ames, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jensen attended the Mornlngside College homecoming at Sioux City this week end and visited with Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler. I'eter Humphrey and sister ol Monona, and Mrs. A. T. Leslie oi Waverly visited their sister, Mrs. Katharine Vaughan on East State street for a few days last week. O. A. Abbott Is the new mechanic at the Ford Garage. He and his wife, who came here a few weeks ago from Storm Lake, are living in the A. E. Grooters apartment. Franc** Hough of Des Moine* will spend Armistice Day and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough. Frances Is 'employed in the states sales tax department. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneilck aiu! two sons, Michael and Stephen, drove to Eagle Grove, Sunday, and visited at the home of Dr. Kenefick's mother, Mrs. T. H. Keneflck and family. Mrs. Edythe Dailey wa* in »es Moines this week end attending the Iowa State Cosmetologists convention, and visiting at the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dailey. Dick Shackelford spent the past week end as a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shackelford. Dick teaches coaching, manual training and history in the Cumber land high scnool at Cumberland, Iowa. A daughter wan born to Mr. and Mrs. Emory Grosenbach of Painter, Iowa, November 3. Mr. Grosenbach formerly lived on a farm near Algona, and Mrs. Grosenbach was Grace Miller, music teacher in the Algona schools. Fred Kent, Jr., and his friend, Jimmy Crowe, who attend the Kempler Military Academy at Boonesville, Mo., arrived Friday evening and visited over the week end with Fred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent. Marie Hnudgen Peterson, who ha* been living at Clear Lake, and has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Chris Knudsen of near Algona for the past month, left for St. Peter, Minn. Friday to join her husband, who has been building a new greenhouse and home there. Mr<4 Sara Medin underwent a major operation at the St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn., last week Tuesday. Her condition Is reported as satisfactory. Albert Granzow, who is also recuperating from a recent operation at Rochester, is expected home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagb left last week by auto for a month's visit in California. Mrs. Murtagh'3 health has not been the best of late and it is thought that a change of climate and surroundings will ben- eat her. The Murtaghs go to Hollywood where they have friends, and will perhaps go up the coast later to San Francisco and Oakland where they will visit at the home of Mrs. A. W. Farwell, and her mother, Mrs. Fred Webler. air. and Air*. Ralph Miller took their little niece, Mary Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mra. George Thompson of EstUervile, to her home, Sunday, after visiting here sine* Wednesday. The Millers vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. »nomp- son. John Bishop, Boh Dewel, Harry and Mrs. Joe Greenberg and Mrs Emily Spencer. Sir. and Mr*. Gau Towna attended the funeral of Mra Towne's rvo«,,,K™ . 5 TV ~~-~., "•"•j icnucu me mnerai or Mra Towne's Greenberg and John Spencer stud- brother, F. G. Meserschmldt, at entS at th*> TTnfvAraifv t\t TAVWA <•» T-»-- **•_!—__ »--! . . _ ^_ " ents at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, arrived Friday afternoon and spent the week end visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, W. C. Dewel, Mr. Des Moines last week Tuesday. Mr. Messerschmldt was killed at Clarion when his car struck a train. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Storck of Minneapolis were overnight guests at the Towne home. Mrs. Storck and Mrs. Towne are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. a E. McMfthon met their daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz and son, Peter, at Fort Dodge Friday night and brought them to Algona with them for a Thursday from Iowa City and visited at the McMahon home until Friday, when they left for the week end In Minneapolis visiting the doctor's folks. They returned to Algona Sunday and visiteij at the McMahon home until today (Tuesday). --D -..—. «.~... » v , u, JT*aiiv/ia iiuiue until tuuay i i uCSu&vl week's visit The Schmitz home is Mrs. Carpenter, daughter of Mr and in Storm Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. S. E. McMahon, will be re. carpenter of Iowa City arrived on membered as Ruth McMahon. 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