Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1938
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ONE HUNDRED WOMENATTEND THE CC PARTY Country Club's Guest Day Yesterday Was Big Success. One hundred Algona and visiting women attended an open golf tournament and bridce r>artv nt Dm Countrv Pinh 11 , l '"° Dnuo ls il sraduate of the Country club links and clubhouse F. S. T. C., Cedar Palls, and for the 17«c* + rf-t»«*J.T. .. ». ______ t . . - I I ... , * - * *«.!,»•« Algoiw Youth Weds Tltonklnn— Woodrow Sarchet, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sarchet, and Viola Rike, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hike, Titonka, were married Wednesday morning at the Titonka Good Hope Lutheran church, the Rev. M. A. Schulz officiating in a single-ring ceremony. The couple were attended by the bride's brother Arthur and the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was serve:! in the Blue Room at the Hotel Al-ona to the immediate families. The bride is a graduate of the OOtTNTr ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA inittee being Delia Welter, Charles Lehman, Bernlce Harrington, Edith Welter, Mary Poster, Chas Cretzmeyer, Bob Williams, Craig Smith, Bob Spencer, Donnabel Merron, Dick Post, and Bob Mo- Cullough. Tickets for the dance may be bought at the James drug store, or the Misbach and Steele clothing stores, or from committee members. (Yearn Club Meets In Town— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met Wednesday with Mrs. B. H. Potter, Algona, and her daughters. Twenty-one members attended. The meeting wa s opened with The Church in the Wildwood and roll call was answered penter. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Brandow and Marie and Mildred Brandow. There were 25 guests, and the afternoon was spent at games. Livermore Women Guests Hero-Mrs. Clinton Lighter, recently ot Bode, entertained the other past matrons of the Livermore 0. E S chapter here Friday. Pour tables of -500" were in play, Mrs. C. Raney, LI vet-more, winning high, Mrs. Carl Baesler, Livermore, travel, and Mrs. W. J. Puller, here, consolation. Other guests were the Mesdnmes D. D. Monlux, Jean Uadsworth, W. J. Fuller, and Edw. Mitcheltree, Algona, and Mrs. Qulnn, Washington, D. C. Cresco Girls' Club Meets— The Union Alethean 4-H club met at Betty Turner's Tuesday Florence Dodds, president, presiding, and roll call was answerec with color schemes for the girls rooms. The rest of the time was spent at plans for a picnic on July 7. After the meeting a play which the club gave Wednesday was rehearsed. Mrs. Orville Gordon Is the club's leader; Charlene Rath, the news reporter. Surprise for Mrs. TIios. Scluiltz— Mrs. Thomas Sennit/ was honored at a Bin-prise birthday party yesterday morning and afternoon. Thie was the second annual wom- fu S v, ot i rnameut ' and ]t w as one of u v,' as the high spots of the season. last few years has taught inter- Mrs. M. G. Bourne entertained The bridegroom is a graduate of the Algona high school and of the »o Jiign sjiuis 01 tne season. "»t,uuu msn auuuji aim 01 tne Fifty of the women took part in I- S ' T> C " and is Ilcm ' dil 'octor of the tournament, 100 attended the' niuslc iu the Han °9l "tell school. dinner, and there were 15 tables of I He is n ne l )U ew of Mrs. V. V. Nuu*'"""' »uyu, aim rou call was answered P. J Temnlp nnri rVn, L A , V , ea nt ft Blll 'l"' is ° birthday party with description of the earliest re- Bode Ophelm,' last week Thursday at her home. membered Fourth of July celebra-' ' I Fifteen relatives and friends from lions. Joyce Potter plnyed a violin ! Cnpesliis Family Entertains— Humboldt attended, .besides Mrs. SOln. ntlrt Tin nil T^«11», ~ _ . t *r_ _._,..» rf J« "i^i mniv-v—- Gnliiilf-»'~ ^,, ,,-1, i«.. '»».._ n\i »•<•_...» - !'••*,' v.u «v y IU1III solo, and Buell Kelly gave selections on his electric guitar. Guests were Mrs. Emory Kooker, Cylin- Audrey Potter, _, • , T , --- ---- "v.mc.» A u Mrs Hubert Schoby, Mrs. E. Bnthe ' attel " s • --••• — ••..«.-j _• id n: i i4| 1|| <v—— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius entertained at Sunday dinner at their z's daughter,' Mrs. Clifford Bjustrom, here, the latter's moth- »•»-•"»"tvv* u^ ouiiutiy uiiiiief n r rliplr — — —- —) n» w *t*i,i,vt u iiiwLu country home south of Aleonn er ' ln - Iaw . Ml-s - Anna Bjustrom, guests being Irene Canesiii«r' |!ind Ml<s - Chrls Johnson, daughter- "Tlck" Hurley, his mnth»r • «*! L": law of M ''«- Schulte. Mrs. - , b *t\,tc ncic J.U LUuleS O bridge. The turnout was particularly gratifying to the committees in charge because it had been feared that the warm weather would keep many at home. Here's Hecord on (Jolf. Jean Nelson, Forest City, played the low score, !)7, for 18 holes and won a cocktail set a fi prize. Mrs. \\. W Pearce, Webster City, won the blind bogey and was awarded dain, Algona. The newlyweds are to spend their honeymoon in Montana, where Mr. Sarchet will take a •summer school course in the University of Montana. Armstrong Girl Is Uride— Armstrong, June iil — DelorU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J . u,-,, The next meeting"will be with Mrs. Prank Kelly, Algona, July lo. s ! "Tick ter the Hurlev, hs i mother CtUeys, n 11 of '-•' "t "»» v/i. AU&U3UII City; and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Algoua. "Tick," brother of Mrs. Casey, is employed in the . . . . Kennedv. was married to Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nk:k Looft, tj-» »..« n liij vv?Ttiiut;kl n«"» vi. i'L.i, tii HA nj.i ci. i>n,;n. ijUUiLi a traveling bag. A Mrs. Christen-1 las t week Wednesday at St. Mary's son, Fort Dodge, had low score on Catholic church here. The nuptial nine holes, 515, and received a car mass was said by toe Rev. Bern- 10 IJ I — 1 T71! 1- - I -1 -- • •«« Mrs. J. M. Mason, Webster Citv was low putter on the 18 holes' which won a piece of feminine attire High on nine holes won a golf bag for a Mrs. Warneke. of *' The st drive, ard Eischeid, pastor. The couple were attended by the bride's sister Kathleen and cousin, Joseph t'ain- den, both of Armstrong. The bride-wore a white satin gown, with a fingertip veil and a —„„.,.. U11VCI , corsage of pink rose buds and yards, was made by a Miss j sweet peas. The bridesmaii wore jBulpitt.^Fort Dodge, who won golf > a ' )lllk flowered organdy gown, Balls. Three women—Mrs. M. R I witn corsage to match. A three- fowaney, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Leo Nel- course breakfast was sarved at the son, Forest City, and Mrs. F. S bride's home to near relatives, and iLarson ; Fort Dodge—tied for the! tlle newlyweds left for the Black TnOKf 7 "o nn >i i»»« 1. ~1 i Ui 11 r. TM-»r-... <...H 1 11 j _ ».„._ 7' s on nine holes! The Story on Putts. holes; Mr« Hills. They will live in Arin- I strong. Both are graduates of [Armstrong high school. Mrs. Jos. Kennedy, Mrs. S ' Camdei1 were —v.it.o, ,m». luuuae Kolilnaas mnrin'i ^ — — ™«-v.n ..<.in the fewest putts • Ora I -irtnr, ™n I hostesses nt a miscellaneous show- tho Mt,,A K liaison won Pr f nr nio h,.iH Q _f^_K« „.. i _,. tne blind bogey; and Delia Welter (r> — »f» liiiu. 1-/CI lit made the lowest score, 54. At contract bridge Mrs. Lee Nugent was high over all; Mrs. H B White, high for Algona; Mrs P V Janse, low for Algona; Mrs''Ralph' Hongan, former Algonian, high from Spencer; a Airs. Eniex, high for Eagle Grove; a Mrs. Henely for Humboldt, a Mrs. Mason for Webster City, a Mrs. Nelson for Forest City, a Mrs. Tyerell for Belmond. and a Mrs. McMaster, for Fort Dodge. At auction er for the bride-to-be at her aunt Mrs. Joseph Kennedy's June 9. After cards lunch was served. Miss Kennedy received many gifts. Kebokahs to I. 0. 0. P. Home— Thirty-two members and guests of the local Rebekah lodge visited the Odd Fellows home at Mason City Friday afternoon. They found grown-ups and children there happy. Making the trip were Mr and Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrs. Henry Lund, Mrs. , " cl "j jjimu, Mrs. bridge Mrs. Pearce P 0 "t? tllW f"^^^l ^ d Ml ' s ' — o*- ->it o> j. cell t,u for-^rc^-^cvi? low for Forest City; Mrs. Paine' low for Eagle Grove; Mrs. Nelson low for Belmond; and Mrs Hoff man ' Algona, held the lucky chair Skelly and Barry's Lead K'ball League '. S v e ,V y ndefeated Barry's at kit tenball, 9-7, and White Rose defeated the Hub Clothiers, 5-2 in , A. sames Tuesda >' night at'the Athletic park. The outstanding event of the evening was a home run hit by Henegan, with Poindexter <m base for Skelly. Witkoff, for White Rose, got three hits out of three times at bat. Next wsek the Clothiers play Skelly, and White Rose plays Barry's. The Clothie-s and White Rose are now tied for first place, each with IWD wins and one loss; and Skelly and Barry'3 are tied for low, each with one win and two losses. Herman, Mayme - Marie Paschke, Echo, Minn ', her two children, Gene and Roger Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Cliff Knutson. Mrs. J. I. Troutman, Mrs. Frank Green. Mrs. Sarah Douglas Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. M. A. Sabin, Mrs. guinea Hiserodt, Mrs. William Bilsborough, Mrs. C. C. Wright Mrs. Jamns Burns, Mrs. Ida Mulhair the latter of Albuquerque N M., Mrs. Banker, Mrs. (Myron Ludwig Mrs. Jesse Riddle, Mrs.Wavne Riddle, Mrs. Sidney Spear, Rose Ludwig Mrs. Martin Frost, Mrs. - C. Barton, Myrtle Turnbaugh i. John Ludwig, the latter of West Bend, and Mrs. F. B. Timm. C. C. Supper-Bailee Planned— A buffet supper dance will be held next Monday evening at the Country club clubhouse, with Cec Hurst and his orchestra furnishing the music. The dance will be in charge of the evening party com— ----- — "-"o i>a.i tj wUlU- mittee, with Elizabeth Nugent as Uiiry, Dayton, Frandsen, Forbes, and Charlotte Parsons as hostesses. Twenty members and two guests attended. The meetinjr opened with hymns, Mrs. Barnev easier, accompanist. Roll call was answered with Bible versos containing the word bride or wife Devotions were led by Mrs. Chris L. Johnson, and articles were read by Mesdames Mae Harris, E N Taylor, Blanchard, and W. L. Martin. Dittmer Family .Has Keunion— The annual Dittmer reunion was held at the Clear Lake state park Sunday, with 80 in attendance. Mrs. Kate Dittmer, daughters Josephine and Erma, Mr. and Mrs Albert Granzow, Mrs. Charles Laisen, daughters Lauretta and Beulah, who attended from here Mr and Mrs. Claude Sigsbee, Bui", and Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Dittmer, Thornton, were among out-of-town guests. It was decided ID hold next year's reunion at Eennet's Amusement Park, Arnold's Park Mr. Bennett is a Dittmer descendant. Shower for Mrs. Birger Johnston— A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday at Mrs. Harold Brandow's in the country honoring Mrs. Birger Johnston, Laurens, the former Bernice Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Brown, farmers west of Algona. The couple was married May 21 at Marshall- towno, and is now living at Laurens, where Mr. Johnston is a car- FnrewcH for Mrs. Christcnscn— ti the — Murta S h entertained E. . Tuesday at an in. . an n- T ^ ! gathering honoring Mrs. P. J. Christensen and her daughter Joyce, who will leave soon for Arizona. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Howard Wallace, Los Angeles; Mrs. Minnie Holland? Maxwell; Mrs. Otis Paddock, of Glendale, Ariz.; Mrs. Mel Peterson of Annapolis, Md.; and Mrs L [Schultz received many gifts. Hrldge I'nrty for Chicngonn— 'Mrs. Anna Skinner entertained two tables of bridge last week. Jay in honor of Mrs. Cecil -., Chicago. Mrs. R. M. McAtee was high, and Mrs. Samuel Menvin was low. The honoree received a guest prize. Mrs. Willey and her two children left Saturday for home, after three weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Willey, parents of Cecil. Brldgctte Club Meets— Mrs. Fred Bartholomew entertained the Bridgette club Tuesday at two tables. Mrs. L. W. Fox was high; Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf, .second; Mrs. P. A. Danson, low. Mrs. Wellendorf and Mrs. Danson were club guests. Band Concert The Algona Municipal band concert, program will be given tonight at the temporary location on the Bryant school grounds. Director Rosmusson would be grateful to parents with children at the concert if they will keep the youngsters as quit as possible. The program for tonight follows: March—His Honor Fillmore Cuban Dance—aiosemnry .-Jewell Overture—Wedding Ring .Barnard English March Waltz—Vera Colonel Bogey Alford Lithgon March—Parade of Wooden Soldiers Jessy <Ux Trot—Dipsy Doodle ...Clinton Trombone Smear — Doc Trombone Scott 'ox Trot—You're a Sweetheart McHugh Overture--Magic Garden King Waltz—Morning Glory King Characteristic — Fountain Dance March—Black Rover Wendt As we see it— YOUR JUDGMENT ON investments, may _be just as ffood as cursor better. But ive earnestly suggest: "Before you Invest, investigate." IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured chairman and James R. Murtagh is co-chairman, others on the com- CUT RATE GROCERY Phones 271 and 272 FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS Grand River Tomatoes, No. 2 can 8c Standby Pork - Beans 3 20'oz cans 25c Wmnebago Cream Style Corn. No. -& can o Lewis Lye, reg. 10c can 2 for 17c Crown Salad Dressing, qt. j ar 25c Zinc Lined Mason Caps _2 doz. 45c l" Certo, large bottle 23c Double Lipped Jar Rings __3 doz.'lOc Corn or Gloss Starch, Mb. box 8c Kremel Dessert, 4 flavors _3 pkgs. 13c ^n n i Wh i te S i ap Flake8 ' P k *' -21c Jack-O-Lantern Tomato Juice, 2 124 oz. cans ie White's Im. Vanilla,~8-ozrbottfeY 15c Bulk Gr. Tea, 8 oz. pkg. 15 C Heinz Cooked Macaroni, 2 17-oz cans 25 C Top-of-All Peas, large can """ 8c Libby's Pumpkin, No. 2 can 8c ^•L?° , C ™ sh ' Pin eapple No. 2£ can 21 c Libby s Grape Juice .2 12-oz. cans 25c Wilson's Certified Corned Beef. 12- oz. can _ ' 91 Don White Vacuum Pack Lb BREAKFAST CUP COFFEE .,: 23c HUSKIES, Whole Wheat Flakes, ~ pkg. 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