The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1938
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We*leyam Take Ride Into A Ditch Wesley: Friday night, 3. M. Kunz, frank Matern and Duane Sherman •escaped serious Injury when the Kunz car in which they were rid Ing went into the ditch near Cor with. Kunz said he was following anoth er car, which slowed down sudden ly and in order to avoid a collision he swerved his car into the ditch Plus "Gibbons Adventures' Saturday, December 8— Jack Oakie In "Affairs of Annabel'' • Crime Doesn't Pay City News THURSDAf-FllIDAY, DEC. 1-8 Special Scoop—March of Time— "UNCLE SAM—THE GtOOD NEIGHBOR" March of Time cgbpera^ng, with the Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, has covertd the etUirs-foreign service. You will see Hull's salesmen, our diplomats, at work combating Nazi propaganda In- South America. The Algoira Tjpper DCT Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 29,1938 Richard Norton Wed— Richard P. Norton, son of Str. and Mrs. Raymond P. Norton bi Algona and Cecile Ann Downing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. E Downing of Marshalltown, were married at 4 p. m. Thanksgiving day at the home of the bride's parents: Rev. Richard G. Baker, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church performed the single ring ceremony as the couple stood before a fireplace banked with chrysanthemums, The bride wore a dress of blue, silver and black with a corsage ol orchids. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left by motor to Chicago, to spend a few days before returning to Algona to live. * A Thanksgiving dinner was served at 8 o'clock to immediate relatives and a few close friends. The bridegroom's parents, and Robert Spencer of Algona were out of town guests. Mr. Norton graduated from the Algona high school in 1934, and attended the Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. Norton is associated in business with his father, Mrs. Norton was graduated from Marshalltown high school in 1934, and from the Iowa State College In the spring of 1938. Mr. and Mrs.-Norton are at home at 315 East McGregor street F1tch-Han§en Wedding— Mrs. Rose Fitch and Peter W. Ffansen of the Sexton-AIgona neigh- norhood were married Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock at the 'irst Lutheran parsonage in Algona >y the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. The >ride wore a dress of grape wine olor. Attendants were her sister nd husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler of Burt. Mr. Hansen is one of the reliable armers of his community where he armed with his father, the late 'eter W. Hansen, ST., until the atter's death, three years ago. Mrs lansen has been housekeeper in lie home the past two years. Mfc.flatten art'now at t»efr"¥afrt*%Her« they Wtterftifttttl 30 tMfaVAPftt a Thanksgiving dlnnSrV duteiM W»Vft Mr. and CORONADO u TUBE: A. c. CONSOLE GRAND ~ s Compare With $125.00 Radios New fashionable Console Grand Cabinet with lower and wjder flowing lines. Fine walnut woods expertly matched and fin* ished. The very peak ia radio performance and the latest style in beautiful furniture. • Improved Push Button Electric Tuner • 3 Gang Condenser • R.C.A. Licensed • Improved 12-inch Speaker4 Model 864 Cash Price .. ~.~ ...'... r EXTRA LIBERAL ALLOWANCE FOR OLD RADIO $1 >tfl Per Week, Payable Monthly — Include* T IsS! Fire, Flood, Mid Tornado Insurance '$ 7995 CORONADO 8 TUBE A.C. CONSOLE GRAND Compare With $100.00 Radio* Latest popular Console Grand Cabinet of fine walnut woods. Newest radio improvements for 1939. • Automatic Push Button Tuning • New Improved Speaker • 3 G*ng Condenser • R.C.A. Licensed 5915 Model 816B Cash Price . trtr* LMMril Allowance tot Old Rjdlo Per Week, Payable Monthly Include* Fire, Flood, and Tornado Insurance fc< • New Slide it • N • U .C A Licensed Model 813B Cash Price Less Batteries bt» utwal Albnnac* Iw Old ft* '•*•**• Monthly Include Flf,, Tenuda Mti Flewl Imuraac* EXTRA LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 8 DAYS ONLY THIS BATTEtV RADIO OPERATES AS ECONOMICALLY AS A.C. SETS New Coronado IVi Volt Console Grand New V/t Volt tubes and circuit cut battery drain up to 60','. New Console Grand Cabinet brings latest style and beauty to homes without electricity. Mrs. John W«fland, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and Harold, Edna and Esther Fitch of Sexton. Methodist Aid— " The members of the Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet at the church, Thursday afternoon, for a 1:15 luncheon, meeting and Christmas program. Mrs. H. M. Olson, chairman of the committee in charge, will be assisted by Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mrs. Burdette Agard, Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. H. L. Gllmore, Mrs. Minnie Long, Mrs. F. G. Torlne, Mrs. Chas. KJamp, Mrs. C. W. Morck, Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Mrs. A. D. Lehman, Mrs. Clarence Stewart, Mrs Victor Parson, Mrs. Chris Watlukait, Mrs, Charlotte Parsons, Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. R. W. Will, Mrs. Chester Delllnger, Mrs. E. J. Gilmore, Mrs. M. A. Sabin, Mrs. Gordon Worster. Mrs. W. H. Rockey, Mrs. H. R. Rasmussen, Mrs. G. W. Baldwin and Mrs. W. L. Altwegg. Kathryn Derine Weds— Miss Kathryn Maxlne Devine of Algona and Francis McNally, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. McNally of Emmetaburg, were married Wednesday morning in St Cecelia's Catholic church, with Father Malinger officiating. Miss Bernlce Devine, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Gerald McNally, brother of the groom, was best man. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. McNally left on a brief wedding trip to an unannounced destination. Mr. McNally attended St Mary-a academy at Emmetsburg. He is the asistant to Proprietor Charles Waldron in tfle Waldron cafe on Broadway in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. McNally will establish their home in Emmetsburg. Thanksgiving Dinners— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglass entertained Mrs. Charlott Persons and family, Helen, Phyllis, and Don, and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons at Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Georgia Helgens were Mr. an3 Mrs. Claude Samson, Charles Samson and family, and Mrs. Esther Wiltasson and son, Bob. ^NIEKUTSCHARA, St Benedict: The wedding: cere- money for Minnie Kutschara and Frank Bletch, Wesley, was solemnized here last week Tuesday morning. The- bride was attended by Alice Forburger of Wesley, a niece of the groom and the groom was attended by the brtde's brother, Henry Kutschara. The wedding- reception was held at the John Kutsmhara home there being about 60 guests present The couple will make their home near Wesley on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Grandjennett drove to Rockwell Sunday to spend the day with the Frank Weiners. Little Chas. Lewis Shider of Woden spent several flays at the Chas. Stuffllck home, his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich and children of Titonka visited at the Henry Seller home also calling on the J. O. Down's. Frank Grandjennett and sisters of Milwaukee were Sunday evening guests at the John Arend home, also Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer, the John Prueshls and Louisa Huschka. Miss Angeiine Immerfall of Avon was a dinner guest Sunday at the Ben Dorr home. She accompanied Roslee to Wesley later fn the day to visit at the Alf Studer home for several days. Guests at the Al Rosenmeyers for Thanksgiving dinner were Mrs, Josephine Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Anna Huschka, Mrs. Francis Klegle, Miss Angelina Immerfall, and Louisa and August Huschka. About Town Says Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Emry and two granddaughters, Gretchen and Elizabeth Emry of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and C. R. Tanner of Detroit, Mich., were Thanksgiving dinner ruests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Neville. Mr. Tanner is a brother, and Mrs. Emry is a sister of Mrs. Neville. Maasdam-Krause Nuptials— Arthur Maasdam of Algona and Doris Krause. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krause of Renwlck, were united in marriage at 5 o'clock Thanksgiving afternoon at the Lu- heran parsonage in Renwlck. Attendants were the bribe's brother and slater, Doris and William. The bride lived all her life in Ren- wlck vicinity. She taught three cars near LuVerne, and during the past year has been teaching near Renwlck. Immediately tallowing the wedding ceremony the newlyweds left for a short wedding trip, after which they will be at home on a farm near Algona. Hobo Party- Rosalie Bwanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson, celebrated her J4th birthday in a unique way by entertaining 12 guests at a "Hobo Party" at her home Saturday evening. The guests came In hobo costume. George Dutton and Betty Turner were crowned as "king and queen" of the hoboes. Meredith Larson, Owen Nichols and Audrey Slagle won the prizes at games. A "Hobo Handout" was passed out, a Hi White picked Wisconsin to beat Minnesota and backed them quite fluently. That evening he was called to the phone where he was serenaded over the wire by a chorus of voices singing, "On Wisconsin.' Harry Oodden is showing a trend back to normalcy In displaying new 1939 calendars. Semi-nude girls, are taboo in his sensible choice of a flock of sheep guraded by a shepherd dog. * • * Ice on the soft water pond is perfect. The water froze without a ripple, giving skaters the best footing in years. » • * Tiny Post couldn't locate his skating clothes after a high and low search of the house. So to save time he called his mother via Ions distance at Belmond where she had gone with the rest of the family to to visit relatives on Thanksgiving. Seconds later. Tiny was dressing. Some service! » * » Polks have peeked from behind the window blinds, turned to look and talk in wonderment and have called their neighbors on the phone to learn the truth about Eva Pres- nelj. She has an Avon route nnd of luncheon done up In bundles red and blue handkerchiefs. Wedding Anniversary — In addition to the many Thanksgiving celebrations and gatherings of Algona residents, special inter- eat centered about the annual dinner and reunion at the L. R. Dutton home. Mr. and Mrs. Dutton also observed their 63 wedding anniversary and their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McArthur, observed their 12th wedding anniversary on Thursday. Mrs. McArthur honored her parents with a dinner, the previous Sunday. Three Years Old- Stephen KeneHck, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick, was three years old Saturday. He entertained several of his little friends at a party Saturday morning from 10 until ]2 o'clock. Mrs. Kenefick served a light luncheon at 10 and the remainder of the morning was spent at «amea. Invited guests included Sheila Sullivan. Judy Murtagh. Michael St re-it, Alice Kresensky, Cameron Hhierk, Billy Dewel, and Marcia Stillman. Honor Sisters — The senior class surprised tho Presentation Sisters of the St. Cece- lias academy last week Monday evening by giving them a shower honoring Presentation day. About 95 high school students and instructors were present and each brought them gifts of food. Lunch was served with Mrs. Louis Bode. Mrs. Henry Eischeid and Miss Evelyn Dole assisting. BUD BAENABD, Managing Partner Farewell Mrs. M. R. Wagner was hostess at a farewell party for Dora Heider- scheidt, a week ago Thursday. The honored guest is leaving Algona to make her home in California. About 25 ladies attended the party. Refreshments were served and cards played. Dinner-Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce were host and hostess at a seven o'clock dinner at their home, Sunday evening. Bridge prizes were won by Joe Lowe and Mrs. Pierce. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. M Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and Elizabeth Nugent. Helping tfcuul Society— MJS. Bertba Smith, Mrs. A. W. Amunson, Mra. Marion Burbank Mrs. Ah*ia Hueuhold and Mrs. A. W. BehteauJfl wiV b« the hostesses at the regular meeting of the Prasby- teruui Helping Hand *ociety%t the I church, Thursday afternoon at 2-30 o'clock. Auxiliary— The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday night at the Auxiliary hall, with Mrs. Ted Larson's division in charge, nt 7:45 p. m. This is to be a Christmas party and each member is requested to bring a small wrapped grift. Bel Canto Club— i Twenty member* of thti Bel Canto club met with Miss Lucia Wallace, Wednesday afternoon. The lesson on opera was given by Mrs. Walter Roberts. She illustrated the lesson by playing two clarinet selections, acotnpanicd by Mrs. E. V. Pierce. Birthday Part}'— Mrs. Howard Seely entertained at a small dinner party, last week Tuesday evening, In honor of her son, Craig, who was nine years old. Guests were Billy Kuhn, JoAnne Bleich, Kent Seely and their teacher, Miss Girres. Dorcas Soc'y to Elect Officer*— The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church will meet for a one o'clock luncheon Thursday at the church pralors. This is the annual meeting and there will be election of officers. HI-Lo Party— The Laf-a-Iot bridge club met fcr a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon of last week. This was their high-low party. Bridge was played at the home of Mrs. M. J Duffy. Thanksgiving Dinner Guegts — Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sherman en- U-rtained Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb, N. C. Rice and Lucia Wallace at Thanksgiving dinner. E. T. IV. Club— Mrs. James Watts will entertain the E. T. W. club members at her home at two tables this afternoon (Tuesday). Bridgette Club — Mrs. J. W. Little will entertain the members of her Bridgette club at a one oclock luncheon today (Tuesday). St. Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas Epicsopal- Guild will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Marie Llcn- ty. For Sale 2 Good Used Heaters One 32 Volt Radio like new One 6 ft. General Electric Befrigerator All in good condition. See us for prices on these items. Kohlhaa* & Spilles to delfver the orders she pnts the stock fh a baby carriage and starts out from house to house. Thus all the bewilderment to those who know her. • • * Hoy Richardson Just returned from a trip into the south. Roy was feeling fine whan he left but is now nursing an Arkansas cold. * * * Fn«y Aobtnanlt had fun In riding and raning a team of bowlers in orders to cut their average. But the gallery Incident went against him for they dined heavily at the Sliver Gray and walked out without paying for the feed under the Impression Fucty was setting them up. . * • • Lyfe Reynolds has a hobby of raising fancy and high priced pigeons. This week end he was at Des Mblnes as a judge in the annual Iowa Pigeon Society show which attracts many world famous birds. * * • The All-American football story. A few boys were talking about foot- jail plays and how to understand them when one inqulsftor asked what was the delayed, buck. Qulck- wited Jlmmle MurTagTi' had the- answer pronto. Says h'el'^A delayed buck is that dollar (s6-«nfl-StM owes me from a year ago."^ :n " ; ' * * * Bert Deal and hhi boy*.trail the Council Oak Store {WED. SPECIALS Chili Con Carne 16 OB. can 2 Tac-Cut Coffee, 1 lb. can *'. Pork & Beans, 3 27 oz. cans 25c Prunes, 16 oz. can 8c Date Pudding, 2 cans 15c Peas, Fairmont, 11 oz. -cans, 3 for 25c Cocoanut, 1/0 lb. bag He Palmolive Soap, 2 cakes Crystal Wnite soap O9 _ fi hnrs fnr *-wC Honey, new crop, Neck Bones, per pound _. 5c Pork Liver per pound . 12c Boneless Beef Round, pound __• 18c Pop Corn, sure 1Q_ pop, 3 Ibs. 1 «' C hounds on appropriate nlgh« hunting the 'ebon. It's the sport <tf the southland; raccoon is a favorite dish. A sleek furred badger was bagged besides several (oh, my) first class Skunks. . \ * * * ' those ewly Incky ones carrying home birds fsom the feather party like to stop in the open stores and show their prize. The Legion boys have Just got to do something about it Either furnish diapers with.8.11 geese and ducks or obtain "housebroken poultry; : : * » • "What ha» he got that t haven't?" That is the question on the minds of young men wishing to know,*hy an Algona garage mechanic gets all the girls. At' the dance at Bancroft last week Wednesday night tw* lonely business girls came near to hair ipiHIirig whfle K third (a Schoolma'am) stood by yearning to have him for ,an escort NEW PAVILION Auction Sale Across Road From Pioneer Seed Co. , JUNCTION 169 AND 18 % p. .- .'.•'$®m TUES. DEC. 6 T 1938 Ip. SALE EVERY ' 1$.-"'^. * Announcing to tH# pucbl^J^^' we! ^flflj opening up a new moSeltti safe'tHmlion, where live ] stock will be sold every Tuesday, by the,head' or by weight (sellers' option), , , j There will be plenty of seating capacity to handle a large crowd of people, also plenty of room under cover to accommodate a large run of live stock. Bring in any live stock you wish to sell, there will be plenty of competitive bidding between packer buyers, Chicago buyers, local buyers and farmers. Their last word will be a good verdict of your stock value. Already promised a good number of live stock, but can use many more. Make this sale your sale. You will be treated 0. K. by men that are not new in this line of work but.hav^ been at it a number of years. Remember you are welcome as a consignor, buyer or visitor. t NOTE—The chamber of commerce has pronr ised a short program, the Algona band furnishing the music and Atty. L. E. Linnan will make a short address starting promptly at 1 p. m. t H. M. Colwell, Owner & Mgr. Colwell Bros. Aucts. gjjttf. Our Policy to never carry over Garments from one season to another- - brings you this thrilling event. C A A T C Drastically If A I O REDUCED Including Every Coat in the Store SOME LUXURIOUSLY FURRED A V E OTHERS NOT FURRED Every Coat is New and a Style Success Expertly Tailored It has been the policy of Ohristensen's never to cany over garments from one season to another. This policy goes for our new store as well — therefore these drastic reductions. STARTING Thursday, December I COME AND SEE FOB YOURSELF. YOU'LL BE AMAZED AT THE REDUCTIONS OFFERED ON DISTINCTIVE WINTER COATS Bros. BUT NOT EXPENSIVE"

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