The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1938
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GIVES TALK ON FOREIGN CUSTOMS IN MARRIAGE :37 at tfoti* Cdrners Club Session Last Thursday »t Mrs. Robt Walkers; Tour Guests Four Comers: The Pour Corners Bothers and Daughetrs club met last week Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker with 36 present A paper "Foreign Marriage Customs" was read by Mildred Robison. Mrs. Priester and daughter, Veronica, Mrs. Peter Mueller and Mrs. Noble Frfeders were guests. 26th Anniversary Honored _TUi8t Friday being the 26th wed- •dlng anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabln, relatives brought a lunch and surprised them Friday might with around 40 present Five hundred was playeo. at six tables. •Quests included Mr. and Mrs. Wm Rich, Walter Rich Glen Sabin, JPhe Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, lorn, Nov. 8,1938 Mrs. D. E. Dewel and Mrs. Emily Spencer spent Monday at Mason Mr. "--'•"—---- »-•*•«• vjtcn uauiu, m.r, and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, the -Arch Walker, Wm. Drayton and Edward Rich families, the Orville Holdren, Cecil Bjustrom and Lew- Ss Broesder families, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mrs. Edith Rich, son -Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker •of St Cloud, Minn, Dorothy Jennings and Rex Swanson of Whittemore, the Clarence Schendel Tamlly of Buffalo Center. A purse of $5 was presented by the guests as a silver wedding present Club Postponed The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club meeting scheduled to be Thursday with Mrs. Ruby "Walker has been postponed until Jiext week Thursday. Corn picking has been stopped since last Wednesday on account of the heavy rains and freezing weather. Mrs. Irene Holdren and daughter Shirley, spent last week with the Cecil Bjustroms and the Lewis Broesders. Mert Christcnsen and Elaine Wilson of LuVerne ana Mrs. Loretta Hansen, Algona, were Sunday evening callers at the Edward Rich home. Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. PriT" , ai £ Bernice S'orm Friday in Mason City. Ralph Thiesen from the Oluck's rETw* Minnea P° lls 's a guest f Carl Morck this week. Mrs. Jennie Mae Lufkin of New- on spent Saturday and Sunday vls- "r. 8 £r e ~ e » ° me of Mr - and M". . G. McCulIough. .Naomi Baxter *? en * th « week end isiting her parents in Mason City. She Is employed In the offices of Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. Margaret Llehter spent the week end visiting her father, Henry Lichter. Margaret is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. C. H. Crefemeyer and daughter, Jane, were week end guests at the home of Mrs. Cretzmeyer's brothers, William Henry at Oskaloosa. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid and WHITTEMORELADY WAS 81, SUNDAY ' Whlttemore: Sunday dinner guests at the George Meyer home in honor of Mrs. Louise Nlssen's 81st Wrthday were: the Gus Nissen fam- • -- —- ——• ily of Webster City, the Mart!n x Nls- ?' ated w| th the store, will attend a sen family of Fort Dodge, Mr. and vj° Zr uc . k .dealers meeting in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr. were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Qiser and son, James, drove to Des Moines Sunday and spent the day with their son, Vincent, who is attending college there. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zlttritsch of Big View, Iowa, visited Sunday at the homes of the former's mother, Mrs. A. Zfttritsch and his sister, Mrs. Hugh Post Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rockey and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall attended Minnesota-Iowa football game at Minneapolis, Saturday, and spent Sunday at Redwing, Minn. Mrs. R. J. Hutchison report* that her daughter, Mrs. Peter Dorweller of West Bend has returned recently from three months abroad traveling in France, England and Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson and family will spend the week end in Cedar Rapids visiting Mrs. Larson's father, Frank GIrstner, and at Clinton visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer Logsdon. Ed Nctimnn of Madison, WIs., and Mr. Tecke of Milwaukee, who have assumed management of the Algona district of the Milwaukee Nut Company, spent the week end at their respective homes. Sir. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent of Iowa City have been here since Saturday visiting the former's brother, R. J. Vincent and other relatives and friends. They plan to return to their home tomorrow. R. R. Hutzell, manager of the McCormlck-Deering store, and Francis Smith, who is also asso- sen ramily of Fort Dodge, Mr. and " 1 " tur ±TUCK aeaiers meeting ii Mrs. William Nissen and son, Her- Mason City today and Wednesday, man, the William and Maurice Nls- "" —•" "~ ""* * '" sen families of Renwick, the Nick Looft family of Armstrong 1 , the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laldley of Laurens and Mrs. Agnes Laidley i-.uuiL mniiiy 01 Armstrong, me were guests at the home of the lat- Lee H. Campbell family, and Mr. ter*a daughter, Mrs. Howard Vinson, and Mrs. Dan Campbell and son, Sunday. Mrs. Laldley went to Mason Duncan of Spencer, the Erwln City Sunday where she will be em- Bruhn family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- "'— J win Grelnert and VerdeU of Fairville, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Ostwald •and Mr. aud Mrs, Lawrence Meyer of Whlttemore. Mrs. Nissen fs jtfrs". Geo. Meyer's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz visited at the Peter Christcnsen home at LuVerne, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker and son, Maurice of Ames, spent tho week end at the Henry Kuecker home. Mrs. Martha Brnatz and Arthur Zabcl of MIlwauKce were Thursday dinner guests at the Art Heidenwith home here. Arthur Zabcl of Milwaukee, came last Wednesday to spend a month at tho Louis Braatz home and with other relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and ions, Edward and Richard Eugene of Lotts Creek spent the week end at the Henry Schultz home here. Mrs. Martha Braatz who spent the past month at the Louis Braatz home and with relative* and friends here, returned to her home a Milwaukee Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Kuecker and •on, Maurice of Ames, the George Maahs and George Schultz families and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, all of here, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Kuecker home. Mrs. Chas. Larson and daughter, Loretta, of Algona, visited at the Herman Volgt home Sunday afternoon. They were accompanied back to Algona by Misses Beulah Larson and Hosella Volgt who spent the week end at the Voigt home. "EyesofL^ve"' At Lone Rock Is Well Received Lone Rock: The junior class play, "Eyes of Love", was presented to u large audience Friday evening at the school auditorium. Those taking part were Pauline Browning, Mary Ann Flalg, Juanita Wegener Harold Hammerstrom, Viola Sprank, ArnVold Rellly, Raymond Laabs and Willard Qulnn. Jesse Blanchard and Doris Sanders, seniors, also took part Between acts Dorothy Jensen gave the reading, "Si and L." A puppet scene, A Tisket—A Tasket, was given by Wllma Marlow, Gerald Radlg, Dorothy Hamson, Kyrwood Qulnn. Selections were sung by a sextette composed of Mavis Nyman, Ruth Whitehill, Ruby Kueck, Lucille Genrich, Georgetta Bannick, Doris Blanchard and Bernice Pompe. The American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. G. Flulg. Carpet rags were sewed and sent to Knoxvllle. Cookies are to bo sent there also. An Armistice party is to be held this Friday evening for the American Legion In the hall Plans were made to hold card parties this winter. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Flalg. Mra. J. M. Blanchard was called to Hurt Saturday evening by the illness ot her mother Mrs. H. A. White- bill. Supt V. V. Frya attended the state teacher's convention at Dea Moinea. The Ladles' Mite society met on Thursday afternoon with Mra. C. MadUon. Mra. Charles Osborn wua assistant Next meeting will be in the church parlor* with Mrs. Harry Habaon and Mra. Emll Kraft u ployed. Mra. jr. F. Cook, better known o» Mrs. Cap Cook, was taken to the KoBsuth hospital, Friday, to receive medical care. Mrs. Cook Is the mother of G. R, Cook. Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Mrs. Melvln Dutton. Mary Lee Nugent has been made editor of the high school annual fo'r the seniors and Dorothea Bjustrom is business manager. Junior assist ant are Edgar Schmiel and Patri cia Matern, Marlon Blair and Ros Cutler are faculty sponsors. Margaret Bllley, Anita Rose Kohl haas and Margaret Nelson wer week end guests of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bll ley, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. The girls are attending a Mason City business college. Adra Yoeman went to Maqnoketn Thursday, and visited with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Yoeman until Saturday. AcTra and her mother, and the tetter's sister Mrs. H. V. Allison of Chicago spent the week end here visiting Mrs. Yoeman's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bernan Yoeman. Mrs. Vic Longhritfge was called to Eagle Grove last week by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Ersland The Loughridges have been living in the Bjustrom apartment but will now make their home for the time being at Eagle Grove. Mr. Loughridge is a representative of the Tobln Packing Co. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger left Sunday for California where they will spend the winter. The Habe- gars, who are former Algona residents, have been living on their farm near Ottosen this summer. Their daughter, Margaret Habegar HargreaVes, has been living in Los Angeles the past few years. Mrs. B. F. Sparks has returned home from Nevada after spending some time In the sanitarium there. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merrlttt returned home Friday after a week's business trip to Douglas, Wyo., where they lived 18 years. They also visited relatives at Pierre, S. D., and friends at Rapid City, S. D. • Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck spent the week end at Minneapolis visiting their daughter, Virginia, and at the home of Mrs. Morck's sister, Mrs. W. W. Fletcher. Mr. Morck was a guest of his daughter at the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house at a luncheon served Saturday noon honoring the girls' fathers on Dad's Day. Mrs. John Lamuth, who was 78 years of age last Sunday, had the pleasure of having all of her children with her for a birthday dinner, on that day. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ryno, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth and Irene Lamuth, all of Fort Dodge, the Louis Bode family of Union township and Lucille Bode, a granddaughter of Fort Dodge. C. H. Taylor and Campbell Humphrey went to Davenport Monday to attend a convention of ice cream makers. Mrs. Taylor's sister. Miss Grace Roswell of Chicago who has been visiting here the past two weeks, accompanied them as far as Davenport on her way home. Mr. Taylor and Mr. Humphrey are expected home Wednesday or Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. iFrank Wild of Toledo, Iowa, visited from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton. The women are sisters. Mrs. Dutton entertained at a dinner Saturday for her house guests, and Mr. and Mra. Russell Amldon of Clarion, and the tatter's mother, Mra. Wed Schmidt of Ix>e Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Wild's brothers and sisters of Algona and vicinity called at the Dutton home Saturday afternoon. Daisy June Trout, Chicago, president of the National Council of church women, and Mra. E. E. Alger, Newton, president of the Iowa Council of Church Women, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs. F. W. Green. Mrs. Alger is a daughter of Mrs. Green, and the stop was made While the two women were on a tour of the state visiting the local councils of church women. Mrs. Alger succeeded Mrs. W. M. Hubbard of LeMars, as the president of the Iowa Council of Church Women last spring. Among those from Algona who at- attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game in Minneapolis last Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton, Elizabeth Nugent and J. D. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emnietsburg. Art Murray of Bancroft and his two sons, and Mr. Meyers of the Bancroft school, were also sitting on the goal line. Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Nichols of Los Angeles, California, have been visiting here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laidley and family. Mr. Nichols, a brother of Mrs. Laidley, is in the United States Navy and received a 30 day furlough. They visited Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Nichols, their parents at Fort Dodge, over the week end, and the R. H. Nichols left for Minneapolis to visit Mrs. Nichols' parents. R. H. Nichols is due to leave November 20, but will visit here several days before returning to the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrischlHes returned Sunday night from Beloit Wis., where they had gone to attend tho Beloit college homecoming. Their eldest son, Ted, a freshman at the college, has pledged the Sigma Chi fraternity which is the same fraternity to which his father belongs. Mr. and Mrs. Chris- lilies were guests at the home of NTr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer. Tho :wo women attended a Delta Delta Delta sorority breakfast held at the hotel, Sunday morning. The homecoming football game was played with Lawrence, the score being 13 to 7 In favor of Lawrence. Set Dates of 7 Training Schools In H.D. A. Project Better meals at lower cost through use of home produced foods will be the aim of Kossuth county farm women this year. They will'study a course in foods and nutrition pres ented in a series of four lessons b Mrs. Ruth Seaton Hicks, home ag ent Mrs. Hicks will conduct town ship training schools on each of th four lessons. These will be attend ed by from 20 la 25 homemakers wht will serve as leaders and will tak- the information back to women o their own community in neighbor hood study group meetings. Svery rural home maker in Kos suth county is invited to participate in the foods and nutrition course Further information may be obtain ed from Mrs. Hicks, home agent, a the farm bureau office. Training schools planned to date for the flrs lesson are as follows: Ledyard-Llncoln townships'— November 14 at Mrs. C. O. Peter son's. Prairie - Irvington townships— November 15 at Mrs. Albert John son's. Eagle-Grant townships—Novemi ber IT at Mrs. Leonard Mine's. Plum Creek-Wesley-Union town ships—November 22 at Plum Creek center school. Ramsey-Greenwood townships — November 29 at Bancroft Public school. LuVerne - Sherman townships— December 1 at Mrs. Sim neigh's. Cresco - Riverdale townships— December 9 at Mrs. A. J. Brown's. Training schools for the remainder of the townships will be set up at an early date. Tuesj-Wed., No. 8-9 Plus L Donald Duck 2. Our Gang Com. S. Dude Ranch Thurs. Thru Sat, Nov. 10-12 Plus Dick Tra«y Serial Second Feature Top Western Sunday Through Wednesday— Marx Bros In "ROOM SERVICE" Second Feature—Andy Devlne In "SWING THAT CHEER" Irvington Women At Farm Bureau Tea Irvington: About 40 ladles attended the farm bureau tea last Friday at the home of Mrs. Robert Masterson In southeast Prarle township recently. Those from Irvington attending were the Mesdames Essie McMahon, Herman Wise, John Weber, Bert Saunders, W. C Taylor, Katherlne Jennett, Grace Phillips, S. L. Bemls, Leota Gelgel, Edith Greenfield, Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Huff. Those from Crecso were the Mesdames A. J., Loren and Ralph Brown and Geo. Hackman. Tho next regular meeting for Cresco and Sherman townships will be on Dec 9 with Mrs. A. J. Brown. Further notice of these meeting will be given Richpoint News I ta: 8X>3X&l^^ ^r lum Creek club wl " ">eet Nov. 16th at the Floyd Gardner home. The August Harig, L. Martin and George Harris families enjoyed a six thirty dinner at the John Schultz home Spnday evening given in honor of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Harig. Mrs. Harig was formerly Dorothy Bcnultz. The BIGGEST LITTLE MILL HI the Market! 1! you're looking for a low-cost, large-capacity hammer mill thai will grind all small grain* with minimum power, see the new McCormick- Deering No. 5 at our store. It grinds wheat, oats, barley, shelled com, etc. With a J 3-inch screen, it will grind up to 3,700 pounds of shelled corn or 3,500 pounds of oats an hour. See this sturdy mill of all-welded steel construction; also the larger No. 10 and 10-C Hammer Mills and the No. 2 Roughage MilL M c C' O R M I C K D E E R I M G No. 5 McCormi ck-Deering / Hammer Mill No. S. Me Cormick Deering Store Phone 52 R R. Hutzell CobH ui on UJont-fid OppmtuniiLeA. The Pheasant Season Opens Saturday November 12th YOU ALL Will you be ready Saturday noon to get your share of pheasants or will you be home trying to get your paraphernalia together. Come In and let our men help you complete your outfit SHELLS PETERS REMINGTON WESTERN Heavy Loads 12 guage $1.10 16 or 20 ga. $1 HUNTER'S SUPPLIES GUNS COATS CAPS See us for your hunting supplies. KOHLHAAS & SP1LLES THE HUB CLOTHIERS ARADE OF VALUES The Cheapest Overcoat a Man Can Buy is a Good Overcoat! ALPAGORO Rich, warm fleece, superbly celanese lined, full or half belt models. Two weights 25.00 32.50 LEU-CLAIR In fine, worsted overcoating or fleeces—raglans, half belts, full belts—eveiy model and style authentic this season. 19.50 Heavy, All Wool MELTONS Sturdy overcoats, long wearing and stylish— A Hub feature. 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