The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1938
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LORRAINE CARMAN PHILIP GOETZ OF WESLEY HARRIED •Ceremony Held in St. Joseph's Catholic Church i Wednesday; Bride Attired" in Boyal Blue Wesley: Miss Lorraine Garman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Garman, and Philip Goetz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz, were Married at the St Joseph's Catt ^.. c •church Wednesday, morning at 8 °^ °, c h with the Rev. A. 3. gfamer officiating In a stogie ring ceremony. The bride wore a royar blue dress with black accessories and carried a shoulder bouquet of pink carnations. Her maid of honor, Margaret Oarmah, her .sister, wore a wine dress with black accessories and also had ft shoulder bouquet of pink carnations. Followhlg the ceremony they retired to the homes of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt l«ux where a wedding breakfast TOW served to the bridal couple and thirty atendants. A three course The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 29,1938 wedding dinner was nerved at the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Garman. A reception was given at the August Garman home Wednesday afternoon and evening to relatives and friends with about 65 Id attendance. Honor Student* at Lone Rock Named Lone Rock: The following students had an average of 90 per cent 01- more In their regular subjects the past six weeks—seniors: Mavis Nymari, Bernard Genrlch, John Sprank, Betty Marlow, Doris Sanders; sophomores: Dorothy Jensen, Gerald Radlg, Lucille Genrlcn, Doris Blanchard; Freshmen: Dorothy Robson, Maxlne Flalg, Charlene Rath; eighth grade: Virginia Frye, Catherine Householder; seventh grade: Luella Ackerman; sixth grade: Helen Jensen; fifth, grade: June Hanna; fourth grade; Ersel Bterle, Joyce Marlow, Phyllis Hawks; third grade: Beverly Lewis, Kenath Flalg; 'second grade: Helen Sprank, Agnes Quinn, Joan Flalg; fllrst grade: Dorothy Browning, Donald Jensen and Jimmy Marlow. Wesleyan Bags Coon Wesley: L. B. Lichtelg bagged a coon weighing 17% pounds Saturday. BASKET BALL FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON Algona VS Euimetsbiirg See the Algona Bulldogs, county and sectional champions last season open their 1938 schedule. High School Gymnasium First Game Starts at 7:30 P. M. Algona Reserves vs. Emmetsburg Reserves Admission 25c and 20c SEASON TICKETS ON SALE CAPACFTY CROWD SEES H. S. PLAY A capacity crowd, the largest in recent years, witnessed the hovel murder trial—iclass play, "Night of January 16," presented by the Junior class of the Algona high school Friday night The crowd was estimated at approximately 1,000, and people-were turned away for lack of seating room. A jury picked at the start of the play from the audience found the defendant In the play trial, Jo Ellen Irelan, not guilty of murder to the displeasure of the "judge" John Holdren, who thereupon ordered the jurymen's names "stricken from the Jury lists for five years." The jury was composed of the following Algona people: A. L. Long, H. R. Rasmussen, Lucia Wallace, H. M. Hauberg, Mrs. D. D. Monlux, John Kohlhaas, R. H. Miller, Dr. C. C. Shlerk, Mrs. H. R. Rasmussen, W. C. Steele, Mrs. D. B. Miller, and Dr. C. Schaap. Leading male roles were capably handled by Jack Chrlschllles and Edgar SchmJel who were the opposing attorneys. The play was several times Interrupted by spontaneous applause from the audience and for players of lesser roles as well as those with leading parts. The play was directed by Miss Viola Bohlen. In the complete cast were: Jack Chrischilles, Ellen Johnson, Edgar Schmlel, Verena Krieps, Jim Neville, Bonnie Bonar, Jo Ellen Irelan, Edwin Gilmore, John Holdren, Lloyd Spear, Virginia Spear, Perry Owen, Walter Hicks, Betty Scan- Ian, Patricia Matern, Bill Paetz, Gladys Wallburg, Don Smith, Russel Banwart and Betty Merritt Wesley Fire Dept. Puts Out Small Blaze Wesley: The Wesley fire department was called out about 9:30 on Thursday evening to extinguish a blaze in the roof of the J. T. Meurer harness shop. It was believed the blaze was. started by a spark from a nearby chimney. Fenton Midgets Lose Fenton: The Fenton high school midgets dropped a double header game to Cylinder high school here Tuesday night The Cylinder seconds beat the Fenton seconds 21 to 5 in the curtain raiser. In the first team game Cylinder won by the score of 19 to 33. The game was marked by numerous fouls with each team committing 16 for a total of 32. The locals were unable to hold Nelson, Cylinder big center, in check. He registered six field goals and one free throw for a total of 13 points. ' Virginia Am spent Thanksgiving day at Fort Dodge visiting her family. TAKE A LOOK .... The Motoring Treat for 1939: America's New Luxury Liner The New 1939 Dodge The Most Distinguished Motor Car Ever to Bear the Dodge Name 4 REASONS WHY THE NEW 1939 DODGE IS A MONEY SAVER Surprisingly Low Price AH the new features, all new comfort and luxury, yat all for a surprisingly low price; The Dodge Luxury Liner five passenger sedan as low as $885 delivered at your door. Amazing Oil Savings Dodge owners have long known the efficiency and dependability of Dodge. The 1939 Dodge even surpasses the splendid record of former years. Gas Savings Strong and sturdy as the Dodge is, its gas consumption is far less than one might expect. Dodge engineering and carburetion are the reasons why! Dependability—Long Life Strong, sturdy, able to "take it"—that's the 1939 Dodge. A triumph of 25 years experience in fine car building. Power to start; power to stop quickly; power! WATCHDOGS OF SAFETY ARE A FEATURE OF THE NEW 1939 DODGE New Safety Light Speedometer with bead which glows green at 30 m. p. h., amber from 30 to BO, and red beyond 60. Safety glass in every window; 25 percent more vision. Famous Dodge Brakes Equal pressure hydraulic brakes give Dodge drivers the smooth, even, positive, non-swerving stops that motorists seek, and that safety first demands. Safety Door Lock Safety door Jock can be released only by lifting button. Little danger of children opening doors while car is in motion. Safety Steel Body Steel walls, steel floor, steel roof. . .all backed up with a tough, rugged framework of steel. Twenty-five percent more rigid frame. OTHER IMPORTANT DODGE FEATURES Gear control on the steering • Three in front with room to wheel—no gear clashing, no taking of hand from wheel. »New concealed space for luggage provides 27% more room than ever before. spare—no "straddling" of gear shift lever. i Famous Dodge engine with greater power—It's "Dynamite in Kid Gloves'' 1939 DODGE LUXURY LIN BBS ABE A NEW MOTOR TRIUMPH | We Invite You to See them on Display at the* Geo. Elbert Garage IT'S DODGE FOE MINE IN '39 Evelyn Catemer of TerriO, Iowa, visited her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Olson, over the holidays. Mrs. Henry Etecheid entertained Rev. Elscheld and Al Eischetd at Thanksgiving dinner. DreittUin M*tti«* of Davetiport spent the week end in Algona visiting relatives and friends. Clyde Kramer of the Arnold Motor Supply spent Thanksgiving day with his mother at Sheldon, Iowa. Helen McOaney, who teaches school at Whitman, was a week end guest at the Dennis Pratt home. Irene Hentges, employe at the Hotel Algona, spent Saturday at Fort Dodge with her friend, Mrs. Jack Bunker. Irma Dee Phillips was unable to speak for several days during the past week because of a congested voice box. , Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wolfe of Waterloo spent Thanksgivnlg day visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. L. M. Vandee. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, last week Sunday. The women are sisters. Air. and Mrs. C. W. Morck were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Rawley at Perry, Iowa, The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Coulter and Miles Stanley of Webster City were Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand . Mary Foster was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, For Thanksgiving and the week end. Mary teaches music In the Prlmghar schools. John Lee Holtzbauer and BUI Barry, students at the Cretghton University at Omaha, Neb., spant the week end with their respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Norton of Lawton, Iowa, were visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton from Tfiurs- day until Sunday. Margaret Nelson, who Is attending a Mason City business college, spent Thanksgiving Day and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. June Adele Overmeyer, who teaches In the Oskaloosa schools, spent Thanksgiving and the week end visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Overmeyer. Mrs. Robert McMahon and two daughters, Dorothy and Kathleen, of Minneapolis visited at the home of Mrs. Nellie McMahon from Thursday until Saturday. Alberta Green returned to Omaha after a ten day visit here with her mother, Mrs. Frank Green. Jack Ibson of Omaha spent Thanksgiving day at the Green home. Al Coleman, Herbert Engatrom and Gwen, Erma, Bob, Hubert and Donald Deal visited the Deal aunt and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slmmonsen at Graetttnger, Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Dennis Pratt spent Thursday and Friday at West Union visiting Mrs. Pratts' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Traeger and in Wlnona, Minnesota on' business. .. , -.;...-,.. , Theodore Hutchison wa> *ceon& panled to Rochester, Minnesota, last Tuesday by his wife and Dr. M. G. Bourne, where he went through the Mayo clinic for a general check up. Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert returned to their home here last week Tuesday night after spending more than a month with their son and family In Akron, Ohio, and with other relatives in Pennsylvania. Gertrude Zender and Mary Elizabeth Godden who are student at Clark College In Dubuque, spent their Thanksgiving vacation visiting their respective parents, Frank Zender, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden. Among the seven seniors who played their final game with the Simpson "Redmen" last Friday was Irving "Pudge" Miller of Algona. For three years he has been depended on regularly to take his post as center. Virginia Morck and her friend, Barbara Kayseu of St. Paul, visited at the hone of Virginia's par- c;us, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Morck, from Wednesday until Sunday. The girls are attending the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. I* B. MIddleton of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. MIddleton and son, Robert of Cheyenne, Wyoming, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. The L. B. Middletons are Mrs. Rices' parents, and Julian is her brother. John Hobbs and Leslie Pierson of Schenectady, New York, accompanied John Franlil home for Thanksgiving Day and the week end at the home of the tatter's moth- Siems, Whittemore, Entertain Friday Whittemore: A card party was held at the home of Mrs. Emelie Siems, Friday evening. Cards were played at four tables. Prize swent to Kenneth Kuecker and Mrs. Ted Meyer, high; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, low and Mrs. Henry Wichten- dahi, travel prize. Those who attended were: Mr. and I Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Her- 1 man Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Witchendahl and Adela Bell, all of here; Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner and Kenneth Kuecker of Lotts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidt of West Bend. A delicioua lunch was served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Baas spent the week end at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Elbert of Davenport spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer and son of Webb, spent Thanksgiving Day at the Herman Gade home here. Miss Francis Hurley of Rolfe, spent the week end with friends here. Miss Hurley was a former public school teacher here. Mrs. Herbret Potratz of Lotts Creek and Edna Schultz of Lu- Verne visited a short time Thursday at the Art Heidenwith home. Verna C. Emanucl of Yankton, S. D., former public school teacher here, spent from Thursday, until Sunday at the John S. Cullen home. Mrs. Emilia Heidenwith of Algona was a Thursday dinner guest at the home of her son. Art Heid- enwitb and family at Whittemore. er, Mrs. Sadie Frankl. The boys are taking mechanical engineering at the Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell and sons, Richard and Ronald, and Marion Rising, the latter of Des Moines, were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Shellmeyer at West Bend. Mrs. Rising and Mrs. Shellmeyer are sisters. D. L. Leffert took his daughter, Ha, Andrew Monlux, and Meredith Richardson back to Iowa State College at Ames, Sunday. They had been spending their Thanksgiving vacation vtftlh their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux, and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson. Julia Dearchs, former Aigonlan, and graduate of the Iowa State College, was named last week Tuesday as director of education and nutrition for the newly organized Dairy Council of the Quad-Cities, With headquarters at Rock Island, 111. The group represents 900 milk producers and 23 distributors. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird of Stoux Falls, South Dakota, were guests of their respective mothers, Mrs. Ella Laird, and Mrs. Joe Cosgrove, Thursday and Friday, Ralph and Clalr Laird of Des Moines, sons, and a daughter, Mrs. Theodore . Allman of Des Moines, wree also guests at the home of Mrs. Laird. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Richardson returned Friday night from a two weeks' trip In Missouri and Arkansas. They visited friends, Mrs. Mary Beard and son, Lou, at Deep Water, Mo., and traveled through the Ozarks. They reported the mountains as being especially beautiful at this time of year, as the foliage was changing color. A daughter, Julia Mae, weighing seven pounds and two ounces, was born at the Kossuth hospital, Saturday, November 19, to Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney of Wesley. This is their first child. Hoyt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Raney of Algona, and Mrs. Raney will be remembered as Sarah Doran, daughter of Mrs. Ann Zittritsch of Algona. 50 AT FAIRVILLE AID GUEST DAY Fenton: The Falrvllle Ladles' Aid held their guest day, Tuesday afternoon. In their church. Rev. L. Rlch- mann of Burt xvas the main speaker. His talk was on the "Successful Ladles' Aid." Also on the pro- program were Mesdames Ernest Votteler, Htlbert Hnntelmnn, Willlam Miller, Albert Bleckwenn nnd Alfred Rehcter. The tables were set in banquet style and were beautifully decorated with favors, nut cups and other table decorations in keeping with the sesaon. Guests of honor were members of the Falrvllle congregation who were not members of the aid. Hostesses were Mesdames John Kerber, Albert Bleckwenn and Alfred Rehder. Entertainment committee consisted of Mrs. Edwin} Grelnert, Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Hilbert Hnntelman. About 50 were served. __ Whitteroore News Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kueceker and Maurice of Ames, came last Wednesday to spend a week with Mr. Kuecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. , Henry Kuecker. j Elenora Volgt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt of here, spent the week end with her sister. Rosella Volght and also at the Ed Hansen home In Algona. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Louis Braacz home were: Mrs. Rose Zabel, Ernn, Walter, Arho. Carl, Earl and Arthur Zabe). Mrs. James Burnette and three children, of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Braatz and family, Alvina afld Herbert Braatz ana Thelma Piltz of Mapleton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Braatz of Easton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Putz and Esthf Braatz of Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Stauffer and fnmily nnd Thorvllle Olson of Minnesota Lake, Minn.; Miss Margaret Braatz of West Bend, and Emil Braatz and the Werner Braatz family of here. New equipment—double light on the screen. We are doubling tops—here. Thursday Thru Saturday Dec. 1-8 S? HOMIOM GOES A-GORNIICI/ i9» PRIDE OF THE WEST, WIllUM IITI ' CMIUnt FIELD Second Feature It's yippee vs. whoopee! Grass widows from east meet prairie cowboys on a dude ranch. ^Randolph SCOTT hi *X n-Htntif faope HAMPTON Sunday thrn Wednesday Dec, 4-7 Their love w». PERFECT-except Cor h«r million*! Rend The Want Ads—It Pays Toiyictlon! TtnfZwutb! Us* lilo/ii/4cUJ FU P, n ITCIR E C, I FT* Smart—New Living Room Suites A wide range of covers and styles to select from. At Pre- Invcntory Snle Prices. BUY YOUR GIFTS NOW Our Gift items have been carefull selected and are sure to please those who receive them. A piece of furniture is an enduring gift serving as a happy reminder of the donor. ' snnrn A Bedroom Suite with a new Dawn or Ostennour Spring filled mattress going at Pre-Inventory Sale Prices Lounging Chair with spring tilled cushions. Wide range of covers. Also the smaller pull-up chairs. Pre-Inventory Sale Prices Desk and Chair in walnut and maple finishes. Kneehole or wall st t vle. Select early and avoid the last minute rush. Lamps Moor and table. Genuine Aladdin Whip-o- Lite shades. A gift for all. Make your selection early. Tables Occasional, lamp, coffee, and end. Very useful in the home. Pre- Inventory Sale prices. Card Tables In a wide range of colors. Price range $1.00 to $7.50 Pictures You will find just what y< >u want in landscapes, sacred and floral. Foster Furniture Co.

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