The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper B0S Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 29,1938 UNION GIRL WEDS, WEST BEND MAN , _ Union: Pearl A% third eldest •daughter of Mr. and tors. Chris Alt, was married Friday, Nov. 25th, to 3EU Oerber of West Bend, oldest •son of Mrs. Minnie Gerber of West .Bend. v » The ceremony was perronn-n nf the Little Bi*wn Church at Nash- ya at one p. m. /The bride was Attired In a teal blue dressV THe •couple was attended by Dorothy Alt, mister of the bride and Daniel Zaugg, •cousin of the groom. A reception •WM held at the home of the bride's parents In Union with BO attend- tagr, Friday evening. They left on a short wedding trip, the destination being unannounced. They will reside on a farm north of Fenton. Miss Alt Is well known In this community wnere she has a host of friends who wish she and her husband much happiness. Mr. and Mrs 1 . Lloyd Elston and Mrs. Mame Hoflus of Gilmore City were callers recently at the Frank Thompson and Geo. Boevers homes. Mrs. Frank Thompson's sister, Mrs. Ignatius Wemert and husband returned home the day before Thanksgiving from an extended series of visits In the east At Boston they visited their son, Ignatius, Jr., who has grown to be a robust man and enjoying the best of health. He has one child. The Want Ads—It Pay*. Just One Place to find these Styles That Smack of 5th Ave, and to find them at a price that meets the need of many wearers. $3.95 'this new strap and huckle idea is shown in dark brown alligator calf—golden brown and semi-glaze black calf. Your Fashion Magazines tell you all about the new PLATFORM SOLES and here they are in rich brown and black suedes in a splendid fitting tie stylo at — These are but two of the many extra*value shoes featured at this low price. Fine rubber footwear—Shuglove and Ball Band—light as a feather and perfect fitting. Come In Tomorrow Christensen Bros. '^^^ Marvin Doherty attended a sales convention at Des Moines, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Carl Spies of Emmetobtirg visited her brother, Leighton Misbach, and other Algona friends, Friday. Marion Sehpnten, student at the University of Iowa, was a week end guest of Bob LaBarre at the C. R. LaBarre home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and soil, Dickie, visited Mrs. Bloom's father, J. S. Melamed at St. Paul from Wednesday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Yoeman of Maquoketa brought their daughter, Adra, back to Algona Sunday after a visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan spent Thanksgiving day as guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Linnan at Maurice, Iowa. 'Charles W. Humphrey, Charles City attorney, spent Thanksgiving as a guest of his sister and husband, Mf'^ethd Mrs. Wm. C. Steele. Mr. ami 'Mrs. August Slagle and Mrs. Minnie Long entertained the Homer Boevers family of West Bend at Thanksgiving dinner at the Slagle home. Emms Spongberg, teacher at West Union, was a guest at the home of her parentsrMr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg during her Thanksgiving vacation.; # Mf^frtt IWrS. Earl Griffith entertained the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Griffith and his nephew, Keith Griffith both of Swea City Thanksgiving. Dr. and.Mrs. Wm. Scholten and children of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. P . A. Danson and family were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. Wt Fox, Thursday. Marion Boone spent Thanksgiving day and the week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boone, her parents. Marion is attending a business college at Des Moines. Michael Keneflck, little son of Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck, visited his grandmother, Mrs. T. H. Kenefick at Eagle Grove over the past week end. , His parents drove to Eagle Grove Sunday and brought him home. KEEP WELL DRESSED A new suit will help a lot to make you feel good, or even a few repairs on what you have may do wonders toward giving you a "lift." Clopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers Santa Says-— TOYLAND It'.s full of the biggest, must complete line of toys and gifts ever packed into our (store. And there are so many unusual items. You just must shop early to see all the new things, and have your choice in selecting your gifts. COMPLETE LINE OF XMAS DECORATIONS—XMAS CARDS, L ° SEALS AND WRAPPING PAPER Blackboard* 21c, 98c up Skiitt (hickory) 1-H up Drums 89o up Box Stationery ... 10c up Xmas Candy lC r fine qual. U). Mlf Table Seta and De«k» Doll High Choirs Croquet Seta Fine Asst of Games Smoke Stands Gift Set* Boxed Hankies Ladies and men's Wagons 88c to $4.85 Kiddie Cors $1.25 Boxed Stationery lOc up Books We and 25c Xmas Tree* 10-28-4«c $1 Chinker Chek 25-4Hc $1 Box Candy Cberrle* 25c Chairs & Rockers tine assortment Doll Cabs 1.98 and up Sleds 08c, 1.75, $2.15, 340 THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY MERCHANDISE WE HAVE EVER HAD Ilaweott & Ogg Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Joan are oh the sick list this week. Pat Colton spent Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen at Whittemore. Mr. And Mrs. Sam Warner of Fenton were Thanksgiving guests at the Lewis Wegener home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Hovey attended a family reunion at the John E. Pehrson home at Swea City, Sunday. Mrs. F. M. Sterling and daughter, Joyce and Mrs. M. W. Ferguson visited friends at Whittemore, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hoffman and son, Francis, of Eagle Grove, were Thanksgiving guests at the Frank Sterling home. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith spent Thanksgiving dav with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Sm^th at Washta, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Schwletert visited Sunday with Mrs. Schwietert's brother, Clarence Mechler, and family at Titonka. Terence Cullen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen of Mason City, spent the week end visiting his aunt, Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts were week end guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts, at their home at Troy. Margaret BUley, student at a Mason City business school, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. L. BUley, from Thursday until Sunday. Air. and Mrs. 3. R. Stewart have moved into the H. D. Clapsaddle apartments. Mrs. Stewart Is the new mechanic at the Birum-Olson garage. Air. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeters Who live near Algona. G. W. SHllman, accompanied by Judge F. C. Davidson of Emmetsburg, attended a meeting of district udges of the state at Des Moines, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Ti- Lonka spent Sunday visiting the Formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Wilson. Mr. Wilson is confined to his bed with illness. John Arbogast and Mrs. Elizabeth Dempsey of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson of Ringsted were Thanksgiving guests at the Eugene Pearson home. Olendora Bnrbank spent Thanksgiving and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank. Glendora atends the Buena Vista college at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton are expected home today (Tuesday), from Tipton, Iowa, where they were called by the death of ah aunt of Mrs. Norton, Miss Laura Manier. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements spent Thanksgiving day at Jefferson, visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements, and Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Meyers. .„ Bobble Toung, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young of Mason City, returned to his home Sunday after visiting at the home of his -aunt, Mrs. Harry McCorkle, since Sunday. • Thanksgiving Day Gt*»U Visit Union Mr! and" Mrs. Donald Boever-s *at the home of Mrs- Boevers' mother, Mrs. Loretta Girfin at Fenton; A college friend from Ghilllcpthe, Mo., was the guest of honor., <" Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, St. Paul, were at the Geo. Kohl, Sr. home. Arthur Llndsey, William Hensch, Lucile Bode and a girl friend of Fort Dodge were at the Louis Bode home. Dorothy Alt was at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt. She is attending business college in Des Moines. Mrs. Bert Deal underwent a major operation at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., Saturday morning. Mr. Deal accompanied her. She is getting along: as well as can be expected at this time. Mario Higgle, R. N., supervisor at the General hospital, returned Tuesday of'last week nfTcr a ten day vacation apent at Shenandoah visiting her parents, and at Dos Moines visiting her brothers. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Schwietert were the former's mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert and son, Willard, and his brother and wife. Mr. and Mra. Kr- win Schwietert, all of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Foote of Concordia, Kansas, Mclvln Shilta of Omaha, and John Shilts of Mason City, were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilta, from Wednesday until Sunday. The Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Aid meets Thursday afternoon at two o'clock in the church parlors with Mrs. Robrt Liesner and Mrs. Carl Lehmann as hostesses. Election of officers will take place in this meeting. L. J. Dickinson and daughter, Mrs Ruth Hunter, are nxpected home today from Des Moines where they have been since Saturday. While there Mrs. Hunter attended the charity ball, which was held Satur day evening. Phyllis Parsons, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, is up and able 3 be about after several weeks Incss. She expects to be at worl< within the next two weeks as secre ary to the firm of Sullivan, McMah 11 & Linnan. Mr. and Mrs. Ruymoiid Bcuinisl nd family spent Thanksgiving day visiting Mra. Beumish'a parental Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reed in IOWE "•alia. Dorothy Read, sister of Mrs ieaniisli, returned with them and ivill pay a visit at their home. Mr. and Mrs. IL W. Miller drovi i Owatonna, Minn., to spen; Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Mill r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E Kuckenbecker. /Mr. Miller return d Thursday evening, and Mrs. Mill er will remain until next Sunday. Louis Dudycher, Jr., and Mis Vivian Hanson, both of Austin nn., were married Sunday after noon at two o'clock in the Trinit tutheran parsonage with Rev. P T. Braner performing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Joy of Austin were witnesses. J. T. C'lirlscliilic's remains net ously ill at his home where he ha been bedfast for the past thre weeks. He has been able to tak only a small amount of nourishmon during the week. Mr. Chrischiile will be 76 years of age next Monday December 5. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cook and daughter, Jane and son, Jimmy of Webb, were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton. The women are sisters. The occasion was also the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Barton, and the birthday of Jane Cook. Mr. oud Airs. J. M. Moore, Marc Moore and family and Earl Moore and family, all of Algona, and Dr. and Mra. R. G. Moore of Dunlap, were Thanksgiving day guests at the D. C. Gardner home. Marc, Earl and Dr. Moore are sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore, and Mra. Gardner is their daughter. The Dr. Moorea arrived Wednesday evening from Dunlap. Robert Seller rfpent Sunday visiting his sister, Catherine, at Mason City. Mrs. F. 9. Norton and daughter, Eleanor of St. Paul, visited at the home of the former's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton and family from Thursday until Sunday. Beverly Howie returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie, at Emmetsburg, Sunday after spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erlckson. Wm. F. Steele and wife visited relatives at Orange City, Thanksgiving day, and Mrs. Steele's brother, Lester Plender, returned with them, Friday, before returning to his home at Rapid City, S. D. Evelyn and Louise Smith spent lianksglving and the week end vis- ting their mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Ivelyn Is teaching music at Caron, Iowa, and Louise is attend- ng the Iowa State Teachers college t Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James drove o Omaha, Wednesday, returning Priday, where they visited at the ome of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasby, and daughter, Judy. Mrs. Nasby will be remembered as Ruth James, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. James. Mrs. Emily Spencer accompanied dr. and Mrs. Paul Rosewall to Chicago, Sunday morning. Mrs. spencer will spend the winter vlsit- ng her niece, Mrs. Pat Jacobs. Mr. nd Mrs. Paul Rosewall had been ere since Thursday, visiting Mr. losewall's mother, Mrs. Marie Roseall. Sunuter Quarton and William uarton, Jr., of Cedar Rapids were •eek end guests of their parents, dr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton and leir sister and husband, Dr. and /Ira. L. C. Nugent. Mrs. Nugent ntertained at a family dinner, Sun- ay, in honor of Sumner Quarton's Irthday. Bert Stock left Wednesday for an ixt^ndcd trip to California and Washington. He will visit his sis- er, Mrs. Bessie Slagle at Lynwood, Calif., and his son, Leon Stock at itarysvllle, Washington. Floyd Stott of Burt drove his car , and will spent the winter visiting relatives in California. In a letter received from R. W. Caldwell we learn that he has gone 'rom Salem, Oregon, to Grande Courts, San Antonio, Texas. He writes: "The weather is very nice down here—warm and dry. After eavlng Oregon, we came down through California, and found it nice and warm hi southern California, but cold In the northern part. We spent a few days In Phoenix, Arizona. It was .very warm and dry there. They havo had no rain since last February. Plenty of Mexicans and dust in Phoenix! We lad a very good trip so far and mvo seen a lot of country. You can ook for us home in the spring." PHILIP GOETZ WED, TO MISS CARMAN , Doan: Philip Goetz, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Goetz, was married to Lorraine Garman, at St. Joseph's church at Wesley. Wednesday forenoon, at eight o'clock, Nov. 23, by father Wagner. A wedding dinner it six o'clock was served at the tome of the bride's parents to relatives and friends. Mrs. Ella Martinek will bt> host- iss to the Aid on Dec. 1st. Mrs. Ruth Sparks will assist. Rae Hutchison of Waterloo, at- ended a finally dinner at the home of his mother, Mrs. Robert Hutchson In Algona Thanksgvilng day. Aline Martinek returned to Wat- T!OO Sunday forenoon having been adrtM) since Tuesday evening to spend Thanksgiving and attend the wedding of her friend, Gladys Pnetz :o Cyril Venteicher. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa had as Thanksgiving guests, Mrs. Rae Hutchison and family, Inez Knoblock, and Ila Hall, all of Waterloo, Raynond Krantz and family and Clarce Falks all of Titonka, and also Tim and Fred Asa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metz and 'amily, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt and family, all of Brltt, and Mr. and Mrs. August Grendler of Armstrong, surprised the ladles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres, on Thanksgiving by bringing a cooked turkey dinner. St. Joe Man to Take Texas Job St. Joe: Adolph Kaas has accepted a position with the Citrus Fruit Association in Dana, Texas, and will leave about Dec. 1st. This firm Is one of the largest of Its kind in the world. Mr. Kass is now employed at the Peter Krpelding farm. Visit Titonka Friends Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker and daughters, Beth and Diane, of Reinbeck, former residents of Titonka, spent Thanksgiving at the home of nls sister, Mrs. Oscar Bianchard. Burt Legion Plans For County Meeting Burt: Officers of the American L«gion and Auxiliary met at Ehe Henry Smith home Friday evening to make plans for the county Legion meeting, which will be held here in the new Legion hall Thursday evening, Dec. 8. The regular meeting of the local post and Aux- llary will be Dec. 6. Fenton Bridge Club Fenton: The U Deal M bridge club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Amos Finnestad. High honors went to Mrs. Paul Elgler and second high to Mrs. Vernno Meyer. Darrel and Clarence Riddle, who are attending Upper Iowa University, at Fayette, spent Thanksgiving vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Riddle. Darrel is n junior this year, and Clarence is taking his first year. Both byos are pitchers on-th* Upper-Iowa baseball team. Clyde McCoy IN PERSON ••- •:*:•& Thursday, Dec. 1st Ridotto Ballroom Havelock, Iowa Doo, 4th—ROM Walters Dec. 8th—Court Hnssey 48* USED CARS '37 Oldsmobile 4-door touring sedan '37 Oldsmobile 2-door touring sedan '37 Chevrolet 4-door touring sedan '37 Plymouth 2-door sedan '34 LaSalle Sedan '33 Chevrolet 2-door touring sedan '31 Model A Ford 2-door NEW PLYMOUTHS Repairs — Prpntonr— Washing— XJreiwfnjc Hoenk Motor Service Phone 391 WEST OF COURT HOUSE It C. Hoenk A Complete Line of Customer Tested COAL Save by using NOEA nut or lump coal. Clean! Quick Starting! Long Lasting! Makes fuel dollars go further Phone 2S1 for careful delivery RAESLY Lumber Co. Near Milwaukee Depot Real Help for Shoppers... The careful shopper is tnc one who buys the gifts that give most pleasure ... at a price that is reasonable for quality received. The careful shopper always c.oiucs in James for all gifts, for wide selection, for high quality and low price. Charge* on all Gift Purchases Billed Jan. 1st Here's a Suggestion for that Hard-to-Suit Person Only a Few Items Can Be Listed — Come In! Manicure Sets Tills year there art* lit- erullly dozens of new ways in which these always necessary items have been combined into attractive seta, ranging from four-bottle to a complete unit. $1.19,$1.29 up Cosmetic Sets Complete with powder, soup, diluting 1 powder, bath Gil, in Hudnut's Marvelous, Iliiilnut'» fjfiney, mill nuuiy others. These make one of tin- nicest Rifts. I'riccd reuAOiiitlily from $1.00 up Christmas Gift WRAPPINGS 5c -d 10c Beautiful papers, ribbons, seals and cards. Everything 1 you need to make your gifts delightful and distinctive. BEN FRANKLIN Items Seen in Our Large Stock There Is not ituilicient space to list the hundred!, o/ itetm purchased specially for ChrUtiiuui. There is the always popular Fiesta ware; copper ami bronze hanging bowls; polished and hammered copper and brass table bowls; crystal seto of all kinds and for all purposes; cocktail bets; liquor bottles and glosses; pewter sugar and creamers; modern book end», some with thermometer; and hundreds of pictures, nome In sets of two. You must coiiio in and see tlu-Mj items before you start your Christmas bhopping. All are reasonably priced. I Perfume bottle I These are the fancy I crystal bottles every \vo- I man loves to have oil her vanity dresser. Filled witli her choicest and best perfume mokes a gift doubly uppreciat- [ ed. Prcied from 79cto$3.00 Xmas Cards This store bus always ' be<-n headquarters /or: Cliristiiuis cards and • the selection this year . is better, larger, and! more attractive than cv- j er. Cards priced for five | cents to a quarter. LARGEST STOCK OF GIFTS IN NORTHERN IOWA TO CHOOSE FROM K. D. JAMES

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