The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1934
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The Algona tTppgf Pea Moinea, Algofla, Iowa, March 1,1934 The American Legion Auxiliary wi meet at jibe Legion hall Friday nigh at 7:10. The subject for study for March is Community Service. The fol lowing program has been prepared by Mrs. Dorothy Morrison: piano solo HeMn Haeser; Mrs. A. R. Stock will give a resume of the community service accomplished by this Auxiliary unit; Mrs. Mary Woodward of Whlttemore win give a paper on relation of the Auxiliary to community service and Mrs. Olive Rerbat will sing a solo. This will be followed by a luncheon and social. Wm. Dau and Mrs. H. W. Bd- wftids entertained the American Legion Auxiliary at a radio sewing party last Friday afternoon. The time was spent in sewing on a Ojullt which will be given to Mtes A. Bonnstetter for welfare work, when finished. The ladles enjoyed the program from Ames on National Defense. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. Annual Colonial Party— The members of the D. A. R. held their annual colonial party, traditionally held on Washington's birthday anniversary, last Thursday at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. M. P Haggard. Those present, twenty-four in all, came dressed in appropriate costtanes. A variation from the other parties was made when each lady brought a family heirloom which was then displayed on a long table. OM P*wey ahawte, pictures, silverware, an* • WWeJ ftoiae of nfhlclj dated back ov*r l»,y«ars, were on display. The afternoon* waa spent informally in Presbyterian Light Bearer* The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday, March 3, at 1:30. Hostesses will be Arlene and Alma Baldwin, devottonals by Dorothy Butts and study book by Wllma Moore. Arlene Baldwin will also give a review of our national stations. Please bring your self-denial boxes and also your quilt pieces. The Presbyterian Westminster Guild Circle will meet at the churoh Saturday afternoon. March 1st, at three o'clock. Devotionate by Hfreda Lehman, chapter VI of the Study Book by Annett Hansen and Cora Stewart by Marie Potnmerennlng. Honor Seventy-elghth Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz and tfr. and Mrs. John Dutton entertained at a dinner last Thursday evening at he Lavrenz home in hnoor of Fred Lavrenz who celebrated his 78th birthday that day. Five hundred was played during the evening. Robert Liesner and Max Bast received the men's high and low score pribes and Mrs. Max !as(. and Mrs. August Ruenhold received the ladies' high and tew score prizes, respectively. A lunch was served and the guests were entertained w*h a hort playlet presented by Amelda, Klda and Esther Lavrenz. Regular P. T. A. Meeting— The regular meeting of the P. T. A. will be held next Monday evening at r4S. Board members are asked to meet a few-minutes before this in the ffiee. Music win furnish the first part f'the program and a talk on "The Visiting Teacher win be given by Mr*. HENRY OF ST. JOE HAVE 52ANNIVERSARY Were Married at St. Joe in 1882; Six Sons, Three Daughters Living Si, Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet 6r., living on a farm one and one-hat ttiiles eouth of St. Joe. observed their 52nd wedding anniversary Wednesday Feb. 21. They were tfarried In the year, 1882. in St. Josephs church by Rev. Father Signing. Mr*. Zelmet Is 73 and Mr. Zelmet iti 78 and both are active for their age. They are the t»r- ents of six boys and three Rlrls. all living as follows: Nick of Milestone. Montana. Matt of Bt. Joe. Domonic of West Bend. Frank of Livermore and Peter and Henry. Jr,. at home, Mrs. George Kruecher of Currle. Minnesota. Mrs. Mike Wagner of Algona and Mrs. John Kemna of West £end. There are 30 grandchildren. St. joe Chances Those moving In this vicinity this week are the Jack Devlnes to a farm near Britt, the Bernard Devlnes from Livermore to the fann occupied the two years by Lawrence Becke Roof Fire Damage* I LuVerne Residence! LuVerne: the fire department was called to the Fred echnelder home on Saturday morning by a fire which had' started in the roof. It la thought the flre *aa started by a soar* from the chimney. The flre was pot out but not before quite a large hole was burned. The Jens Buberg family moved this week into the house vacated by Mrs. Scribner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ColweJl and family were dinner gueots of Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman Sunday. Mr. aad Mrs. Sam .Smith and family of 1 _ visited over the week C..Allen home. games and a short program was ores- 1 A - *• Bishop. Short reports on the _.~. *"^ *» p ™^ I activities of the study groups will be ented. Offtc***— Aletheans attended the F«band tncffle yeftrt hfctortaa. took Jforjfaet bounty Dearths, thia cere- ttteloBtanatJon of new offlc- given by the leaders. two Friend*— Helping Ban. TheHelping Hand, society will meet this Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hugh Post instead of with Mrs. Conklln. .Mra. A, A. Lyon .entertained at two tables of bridge Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Huantl Weaver ot- Mason raty who is visiting here and Mrs. finmett Jaekman, who is soon movi to Whlttesoore, Mrs. .Weaver t the first prijte. Mrs. Vincent peter, the. second prise and Mrs. "Jackman received a guest priee. Aid to Serve Loach— Mrs. Gordon Kuhn's division of the M. E. Ladies' Aid, Will serve a 1:15 luncheon. Thursday, in the church. LadfejT or the Good Hope church will 1* guests, • • ^aiUM Victor Prideo to a farm near Hobar ton. Peter Kirsches on the farm vacal ed by Victor Friders. Tom Becker te the farm vacated by the Peter Kirch es, Jake Beckers to a farm northwes of Bode, the Martin MGOulres from Algona to the farm vacated by th Becker brothers. John Hammers to fann northwest of Bancroft. Mrs. Bva MeOonneU to the Bill Squires farm and Ralph Kesselrings to the farm vacated by the McDonnells. Theresa Miller spent Sunday at the John hojne; Martin FrMfers is at the John Zellar home Belplag with the farm duties. Mrs. George Wagner and son. Frank tin, soent last Thursday and Friday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Fred Mrs. Charles Berte returned home last Sunday from Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, where she had undergone a major operation recently. A number from here attended Mrtbday part? Sunday evening for ter Schumacher .at Whittemore. celebrated his 21st birthday ; A number of ladies surprised Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough • John Friders last Friday .it being her were host and hostess to their bridge' birthday. Cake and ice cream was club Monday evening at a 8:30 dinner party. Bridge was played following the dinner. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa GSWONS Thursday-Friday March 1-2 with Wm. Powell and Bette Davis By the producers of'"42nd Street", -j'FootUght Parade", and "Golddig- ' gers of '33." i. Saturday Only, March 4 (A 4 * * * * Program) w - Y Rex in "King of the Wild Horses" Colored Silly Symphony "Lullaby Land", Wolf Dog serial and in person The Famous Maxwell Coffee Singers ., T ^ etMf ? tWBl i House Snowboa t quartette, known throughout the nation for their radio broadcasts, are billed at the Call Theatre as an added attraction on next Saturday and Sunday. Sunday-Monday, March 4-5 (ilorius! Enchanting! Divine! This fosinopolitan Story. Two }rig .stars togftla-r i'or the time in a glamorous romance. New News < 'olored Silly Symphony "Lullaby Land" Tuesday, March 6 BANK NIGHT Who will win the $75 -^ m *SJESK£IZ Award? ViUphone Comedy and Hollywood Pictorial Wed., Thurs., Friday, March 7-8-9 A CLASSIC! New Kew»; Sporting Melodic^ Xbutsday 2:30 p. m. SYLVIA SIDNEY •IFREDRTCMARCH JGOODDAME QIJEEK CHRISTINA served for lunch which was brought bv the ladies. Adolph, Fuhrmann and Jimmie Thil. BBS accompanied Frank Hoffman from Livermore and Mr. Frederick from Air gnoa to Waterlog last Monday. They returned home ^the same nlghb. Tom Th«l, who has spent the past 11 months in this vicinity left Saturday night for Minneapolis where he visited with friends over Sunday, leaving from there Monday for Marauls. Saskatchewan. Canada. Dora Hilbert returned home from Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge last Wednesday where she had undergone a mastoid operation. Her sipter. Laura, lad scent several days at the hospital with her. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Meyer are mov- inpr their household furniture here from Missouri, and will move into the Bugle house. The Methodist orchestra under the eaderafaip of Weelfv Sohaub went to Algona Sunday evening and took part n the music festival. A shower waa given Saturday afternoon at the Jesg Llndebak home for Mrs. Duane Neal. She received many very nice and useful Rifts for keep- ng house. The fifth and sixth grades held a TOrprise patty Thursday night M the trame of Mr. aad Mr*. DeKae Godfrey or Margaret and Frances Masterson. •ho are leaving the LuVerne school o attend at Corwith. The members of the Farm Bureau endered a surprise farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and family on Friday evening. Thev went to their home and enjoyed the* evening in var- iout ways. Refreshments were served. On Thursday evening a party wa* held in their honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Ristau. The evening WM «(«at in playing bridge. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Masterson move March 1. to near Corwith. Miss£ Betty. Margaret and Frances Mas- tenon win leave the LuVerne school to attend school at Cosrwith. Miss Rob. - - u» LaVetne school 1 be graduated thi* spring, ghe will stay the rest of the •ehool ye*r with her sister. Mrs. De- Rat Godfrey. . '* . EMMASCHURTC, SWEA CITY, BRIDE OFVKNCASLK United in Marring* Recent ly;Bw Officiates GlMtl e*** cnttr: Bnma 8eit\tt*><r, daughter ot Mr. *ad Ms*. John (Wroe- ler. prominent SHntt*, wa» man** Feb. 14 to Vernon Carter ot AtaMMk mt the rmmatioei Lutheran p*wonate by Rev. lurmond swanMm. Mr. «nd Mm Paul Schneider of ADmntt were attendants. A six O'clock wedding dinner WM served at the home of the bride* parents, which was attended br * Jang* company ot rtlattvesmnd friends of this ootmlar young cotoole. ....... ..... tow ttWwu Th* Win wore WM jron fcy Mr. L»ir»6ft MM Mw ««we by Ben The »* flwnttv w«te gueste Swd»v at « oinnw at the home ot Mrs. Jfchn in _8*m BehtMff MM daughter, Clove ot Ftftv Farm Bureau members attended the CUttena Service oil do. banquet at the Legion haQ last week. The bancraet was served by the M. B. Aid society. The Farm Bureau famous orchestra provided the eftter Uininenl. Dedam Wlnaen Named Winners of the declamatory contest named Wednesday night were oratorical. Florence Picht; dramatic, Dariene Kester. and humorous. Alpha Simmons. Miss Mavis Larson spent the week end with Dorothy Anderson. Mte Fare Albertson of BstherviOe is vtsitlhg her brother Keith Albertson. .- . ^ have been OM frteMfe here since lait Thursday. They returned home Monday. The Mothers and Daughters club meeting was held oW Wetfne*l*y v PW». »th. instead ot Thursday M scheduled at the home of Mrs, Mary Keete. Mrs. Bmil Stoffel waa brought to her home here Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, where she waa a patient the part two weeks. She is recovery rap- Mly. The Joe Amdorfer family moved on Monday to a farm in CTBSCO township, formerly tenanted by a Mr. Thilges. Joe Rlcker and Phil Rothler assisted them with their trucks. Mrs. Howard Gibson and son. Donald of Ravelock were- guests Monday at the Ben Gould home. Tfcey drove over to attend the funeral of Mr. Robinson. a former neighbor. Mr. Gibson has recovered enough from his recent accident to attend to light work. He employs three men who drive his three trucks. teesx DOANNEWfl The Walter Andersons and the Row BufftattofM have the scarlet fever. : The Aid meets next Thursday at the home of MM. P» Chrfetenaen, with Mrs. O. Rjptt as assistant hostess. Clarence Seefeld is moving onto the Lewis Larson farm and Walter Ward moves down near Corwith this week. Mrs. Dora Ferrigan is at Algona helping care for her niece, Alice Mahonejr. who has been very fll with pneumonia. Mrs. H. Nelson WM also there most of the past two week*. Mr. and Mrs. Will MarUnek celebrated their 15th wedding anniversarr by having 90 of their neighbors in to snend the evening playing five hundred on Feb. 36. Dale Struthers won blab irice, and Fred Olrres the consolation srize. BODE WINS B.B. MEET AT WEST ,SATURDAY A. B. Tweeten attended a hardware* men's convention at DCS Moinea the past week. Herman Bowman and LeRoy Apple- jrulst are convalescing from appendicitis operations. eons were born recent^ to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Andertori and Mr. £5 Mrs. FWd tooft. ~- attend•* ,-My.and Mrs. Fra ed the funeral o Algona Monday. Mrs. j. K. WartSer* Entertained the members of the T»ur*««y- chrfr at her country home Thursday afternoon. .Mrs.*, a DR*U and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg spent Thursday with their children who are students at the Wai. dorf College at Forest City. »* t»Me» at the Baptist L. A. and Loyal Claw— The Baptist Ladlea' AieTmeeta Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ole Moe. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Raney, Stoner, Dally and W. Cook. The social part of the Baptist Loyal class are having this as "Honor Month" for their members over 70 years of age. The regular monthly party next week will be in their honor. Royal Neighbor Meeting- Members of the Royal Neighbor club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. After a business meeting those present played cards which were followed by a delightful two course luncheon. Assisting hostesses were Mosdames Pratt, Muckey and Cady. Eastern Stars Meet- Members of the Eastern Star met on Tuesday afternoon at the Temple. Wor- hy Grand Matron Mrs. Maude Bowers of Orient, Iowa, waa present. She was also present at a special Eastern Star meeting held Wednesday evening. Three Conples at Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Stlllman en- ertalned three couples at a 7 o'clock dinner last Wednesday evening. Bridge was played during the evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull receiving the prizes. Women's Missionary Society— The Women's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet on Thursday, March 8th. with Mrs L. E. Fairbanks. Please note this change of date which lias betn advanced a week. Women's A&socUtion Meets— The Women's Association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon at the church at 2 30. Mte. E. R. Morrison's division will be in charge. In all my cireams, I never Imagined a 30x5 lYuck Tire /or SI 1.43—but I got one today at Gambles, 32x6 $1910. 10 ply, 9 • (Too Late For Last Week) West Bend: The Little Nine basket mil tournament was held in West Jend Friday evening and Saturay af- ernoon and evening. The games start, a at 7 o'clock Friday evening. On latlirday afternoon Livermore and Renwlck played in a semi-final game ad at 'the half the score was 6 to 3. Jaker. Livermore guard. wag_fouled out f the ggme. The finals were 26 to I for Livermorc. Bode and Humboldt layed the last game and Bode wop by 30 to 22 score. The finals were played by Bode and Livermore in a hard fought game. The score at the half WES 11 to 6 in favor of Bode and at the end was 30 to 22, Bode took first place and Livermore second olace, each team receiving a planue. Renwick received the basketball. Joseph Mikes has been very 111 the oast week. Dr. Glvens was an Algona vUltor Friday evening. Mo. N. J. Peterson is still very ill. Her slater from Sioux City is helping to care for her. Mrs. Benjamin Garthwaite is very ill at the home of her daughter. Mrs. W. E. White. Jake Bauman and Oscar Riley returned from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Friday evening. La,von Riley of Livermore visited on Saturday evening with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley. ' The Woman'* Home and Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Carl Votus Friday afternoon. O. L. Vohs of Algona called at the Cart Vohs home Friday afetrnoon. Miss Janice Vohs went home with him for a week end stay. B. P. McFarland and M. C Hall left Sunday, for Sanborn. Minn., where Mr. McFarland will look after business pertaining ot his farm. Rey. and Mrs. F. W. Whitford returned from Sioux City Friday. They spent the past week with their daugh- Ler. Thelma who is In. a hospital, having been operated on for goiter the week previous. A pre-nuptial Ujower was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schmalen Monday evening for Lydia Wlrtz. daughter of MIS. Jacob Wlrtz. who la soon to be a bride. The evening was spent in dancing. The bride-to-be received a iance number of useful £lfts for her new home. A dalntv lunch was served. . Astern Star Thursday night ; A. * Chrtstensen ; won High soore. ; .:- • The missionary society of the Xm- manuel Lutheran church served a 25c supper to the oubUe on Thursday. Pro- 1 ceeds were to be used for missionary work. . I O. 8. Pehrson hauled his household furnishings to Fairmont on Wednesday, where they will reside in the future. having purchased the J. R. Fancher suburban grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mynr, Mrs. Ida E. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord attended the spring conference of the American Lgion and American Legion Auxiliary held at Des Molnes Sunday. Monday and Tuesdaw Mrs. Larson spent Saturday night with her son. Merlin, at Ames, who is a student at Iowa State College. Twenty members of the American Legion Auxiliary were entertained at the home of Mrs. Martin Dahl at a radio party Friday afternoon. A radio program over station WO1 sponsored by the Amercan Lejrton Auxiliary waa en- Joyfd-.. Carpet rags were sewed and auilt blocks were cut and made. Mrs. Ray Lord was assistant hostess. The Swea and Harrison 4-H club girts wlthi ihelr leaders, Mrs. &nU Larson and Mrs. T. F. Johnson attended the county 4-H club tea at Algona Saturday. Eighteen 4-H club girls from tJ»e two clubs were in attendance. Most of them remained for the Swea City-Algona basketball game in the evening. Algona Debaters In Double Vctory Both the affirmative and negative Algona debating teams were victorious Monday evening when they met Spencer here Monday evening. Members of the Ettirm&tive team were Gertrude Nelson and Max Miller. John Chrls- Unsen and Walter Beardsley composed the negative side. Critic judge was Paul Cowan of Eagle Grove. Winning this debate entitles Algona to go to Iowa City for the final round of the state debate league in which six teams from the state of Iowa take part. Permanent Waves curls and bangs that were «o irristible to the gentlemen of the '80's are just as effective today. Mrs. Bailey is ready to supply them to v the young women of 19;U. It's a surprisingly modern way of doing the hair—the soft ringlets piled high on the head are a charming version of the new up-swept hair fashion and the deep fringe is exactly right for the revealing, off the face hats. A wave given by Mrs. Dailey combines the glory of Nature's own wavy lock.s and the additional beauty of perfect artistry. MARIGOLD Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe Peterson Studi Iowa We Photograph Anything at Anytime Weddings. Graduations, Confirmation and Babies our specialty. Folders and paper surfaces of the newest styles and low««t prices. Better Pictures, Less Money. Will F. Brown BUnager. J.J.Dooley " - •. •. • . "., •'.-•*Announces that he is a candidate tot reelection as Recorder subject to the will of the .voters^.-- :./•••- .. .v During months of Jan. and Feb. this office recorded more instruments than in any other two months in tha past 10 years. Specials Macaroni Spaghetti Noodles Oxydol, two lOc pkgs.-*^.. Grapefruit, fancy seedless, 4bfcen,--» Pears (2$ size) 2 cans _-——-, 'Florida Oranges | t juicy, dp?. ,.- 5 pkgS. S5c lie Macaroni, \. 1C^ B Ib. box- r -i—- i ^V Complete Lirie of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables aad! j! Meats • Salt, Spiced and Smoked Fish : Baby Beef by the ! : ! ' Top Price for We Deliver. ER.Sorensen&Co. THOW'3 Attention Farmers Car of Salt Now in Two Cars of Western Kentucky Coal One Car 6-inch Lump, $7.50 off car One Car Small Egg, $6.50 off car Place Your Order Early. HOME OF HATFIELD DANA ' Tbe Wonder Goal Let us figure on your lumber requirements, Steel Posts and Fencing. N. Taylor Inc. Phone 357 On Diagonal Where Quality and Price Meet. Ford Prices Reduced! FORD, the Automobile Pioneer, » » Again Startles The Motoring ^ *s Public with this News. More Car -:- Less Money Old Price New Price Coupe $642 $622 Tudor Sedan $662 $642 Sedan $714 $694 (Prices Are Based on Delivery at Your Door) KENT MOTOR CO. fc Algona, Iowa/ ^ 4

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