The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 5,1934 I*at«-Brown Man-tag*— The marriage of Wilma Pate Lawrence Brown, both of Algona, took place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mr. »nd Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll in the presence of thirty-nine friends and relatives. Rev. Baddeley of Lu- Verne officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mail of Woolstock attended the couple The bride wore a light blue crepe dress and carried a big bouquet of red roses. Three sisters of the bride were present at the ceremony: Mrs. Lloyd Gerber, husband and children of Carroll, Mrs. Oaylord Sexe and husband of Humboldt and Hazel Pate of Fort Dodge. Luncheon was served later by Mrs. Ingersoll to the bride and groom and those guests present. Mr. Brown Is an employee at the Swift & Company plant and the new Mrs. Brown has been employed at the Kirsch Laundry. The couple arc now at home In the Klamp house at 615 South Harlan street. Presbyterian Societies Meet— The Presbyterian Westminister Guild circle will meet at the church, Saturday afternoon, April 7th, at 3 o'clock. The hostesses will be Edna Johnson and Annette Hanson. Devotlonals will be in charge of Ruth Butts, Chapter VIII of the Study Book by Olendora Burbank, and Roswell Bates by Annette Hanson. The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at ,the church Saturday, April 7, at 1:30 o'clock. Hostess. Avada Blnga- man, devotlonals by Dorothy Dailey and Study Book by Wllma Moore. Bean bags and holders will be turned in and something new started for the mission box. P. T. A. Meet Monday— and The April meeting of the P. T. A will be held at the high school Monday night. Election of officers will be followed by music by Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. Verplanck Magdsick. M. D., one of the state vice presidents of the organization, from Charles City will give an address on the subject of Health for Children, stressing the summer roundup which will be conducted this year in Algona for the first time. Dr. Magdsick is an able and pleasing speaker. The local P. T. A. is very fortunate to be able to secure her services and invites all patrons and the friends of the school to be present at 7:45, April 9th. Auxiliary Meeting Friday— The Amercian Legion Auxiliary will meet April 6th at 7:30 at the Legion flail. A thirty minute program will follow the regular business meeting. The subject of the month is child welfare; Mrs. May Fox is the chairman and Mrs. Cora Sterling will assist. The subject matter will concern both local and national child welfare. There will be a vocal solo by Miss Bernlce Wilson and a reading by Kathleen Evans. Mrs. John Kohlhaas will be In charge of refreshments and bridge. Please come early, that our meeting may open on the appointed hour. El/rht Tear Old Celebrates— Kay Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey, celebrated her eighth birthday Tuesday afternoon of last week at a party. Fifteen girls and Bridge Tournament— Sessions of the bridge tournament conducted by Mrs. Forest Twogood were held Thursday evening of last week and Monday afternoon of this. Ptlze winning couples of the north and south in the Thursday evening session were Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nugent. Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck and Mrs. George Elbert mad? up the high score east and west couple. Monday afternoon, Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mrs. Lee Nugent were the high north and south couple and Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk were the high east and west couple. American Legion Auxiliary- Members of Hagrg unit of the American Legion Auxiliary will have an opportunity to hear the Auxiliary's national president explain the alms and achievements of the organization on April 5th, Mrs. V. V. Naudain. unit president, has announced. On that day. Mrs. William H. Blester, Jr., national president, will {peak from Npw York on the Women's Radio Revl?w of the National Broadcasting Company. The broadcast, to be made of a nation-wide network of radio stations, will begin at 3:30 p. m., Eastern standard time. ERDMANN-HEINENRITESFOR NEAR FUTURE ANNOUNCED AT ST. BENEDICT Approaching Marriage Will Unite Two Well Known Families St. Benedict: The approaching marriage of Elizabeth Erdmann of Lu- Vernc to Leo Helnen of Wesley was announced at the catholic church here Sunday for the first ttae. Miss Erdmann is the second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erdmann of near LuVerne and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Stufflick of Algona. boys were guests and played games during the afternoon. Refreshments were served later by Mrs.' Carey and Mrs. Roy Crawford of Whittemore. 9. A. R. Luncheon— Members of the D. A. R. will meet at a one o'clock covered dish luncheon Tuesday, April 10, at the home of Mis.? Ella Thompson. A-isisting hostesses will be Mrs. W. L. Whitney and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks. The program following the luncheon will be in charge of Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Club Meets Tuesday P. M.— Mrs. Josephine S ton ton entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. W. A. Barry receiv- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer spent Sunday at Wesley with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Loebig. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, daughter. Lucille, and son. Herbert and T. F. Howard were shoppers at Algona Monday after- icon. T. F. Howard, our former station ag- ent here, now at Crawfordsville. lows spent Khe week «tnd here with ol friends. Marie Grangennet, who Is employe at Fort Dodge, spent Easter Sunda with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johi Grangenett. Mr. and Mra. Leo Huff and Oenevlev Arndorfer of Plum Creek were caller Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Rose Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter am son, Jackie, of Algona were Sunda;. supper guests of Mrs. Lichter's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Orangenett and family were Easter^ Sunday dinner guests of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Clnk. Helen Clnk, sister of Mrs. Grangenett of Fort Dodge, also spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Simons were lost and hostess to Sunday supper at :heir home. Those present were Mrs rtnry Simons, Lucille, Harriet, Melvlna lalph and Ellen Simons and Leo Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfse. New Permanent Waves Reams could be written about the hours Mrs. Dailey has spent In the study of Permanent Wave technique, but we are anxious to tell you about our new waves. While in New York in March Mrs. Dailey contracted with the manufacturers for two permanent waves that would be demonstrated for the first time at the Mid- Weft Beauty Show now in progress in Chicago. Won't you come in and talk to us about them? Special Croquignole Wave $2.25 Finger Waves 50c Na extra charge for end curls. Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe Phone 803 Algona, Iowa. Soft - Fluffy - Clean •Fust home from our I .laundry where they have been washed in soft water and pure son]) suds. Why don't yon have your blankets washed now • Phone 267 We'll Tall for Thorn. Kirsch Laundry HOW'S YOUR ROOF? Doe.-, it cv<-r leak < Will j t withstand the spring rains* Our M-rviee can .>peedily and ecouomi- ealJy restoiv your roof to wear like new. Ask us about it. FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION Geo. L. Miller ed the first prize, Mrs. W. D. Howie the second and Mrs. W. T. Daughan the travel prize. Mrs. George Holtzbauer was a guest of the afternoon. Bjmtram's Entertain Club— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom entertained their bridge club Wednesday evening of last week. First prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Rlggenberg for men's and ladies' respectively and Glen Roland received the travel prize. Helping Hand Society— The Helping Hand society meets today (Thursday) at the home of Mrs. Oavid King. Those wishing a way out and those who are diving cars are a.-ik- ed to meet at the home of Mrs. L. Fairbanks nt 2 o'clock. W. C. T. U. at Peterson Home— The regular meeting of the W. C. T. 1. will be held at the home of Mrs. mdrew Peterson Tuesday, April 10. un- er the leadership of Mrs. Jane Clark, tidies interested in the work of prohi- ition are invited. Club at E. J. McEvoys— Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy were Cresco Man Got Oat Seeding Start Before Heavy Snow Cresco: D. S. Wlldin and B. F. Sparks and son were among the first to seed oats Thursday. Frank Butter field of Hobarton had 100 acres sowed The heavy snow Friday and Saturday will add badly needed moisture and the heavy rain Monday night. Some wells were getting low. Entertains M.-D. Club Mrs. F. L. Miller entertained the Mothers and Daughters club last week Wednesday, assisted by her daughters Mrs. E. C. Wilklns and Mesdames F. E Bartholomew and L. L. Wellendorf of Algona. The number piesent was 23 Songs used were "You Can Smile" and "Long, Long Ago." Roll call was answered by all. Mrs, J. F. Kelly, wife of the depot agent of Hobarton is a new member. An Easter poem and two joems on spring were read. New of- Icers elected were president, Mrs. D. D. Sparks; vice president, Mrs. L. A. Olon; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Will Runchey; assistant, Mrs. Glen Strayer: delegate, Mrs. F. L. Miller. The next meeting is to be with Mrs. F. L. Zelg- ler. 320 North Hall street, Algona, to make .sheets and pillow cases for charity. host and .hostess to the members of their bridge club Sunday evening. First prizes went to Mrs. C. L. Bliley and E. J. McEvoy and travel prize to Mrs W. A. Earry. Baptist Ladles Aid— The Baptist Ladles Aid meets Thursday afternoon at the church. Hostesses are Mesdames Coleman. Rawoon *rech, Johnson, B. Cook. Election of officers for the coming year will take place. n<Hrt**s to Eight Guests— Mrs. p. j. Chrlstensen entertained a group of her friends at two tables of bridge last Thursday afternoon. First prize was awarded to Mrs. R. H. Miller. Delphlans Meet Next Wednesday— Dolphlans will meet next Wednesday afternoon. April 11, with Mrs. j. L Bonar. The lesson will be in charge of Mrs. W. O. McCullough. M. E. Ladies Aid— The M. E. Ladies Aid will serve a 1:15 luncheon Thursday noon at the church. Mrs. Arthur Helberg's division will be hostess. License Plate Case A case relative to 1933 license plates was to have a hearing in Justice H B White's court. Thursday. H. A Van Alstyne U charged with driving a car with 1933 plates. The information was «igred by Harry Baker. H. I. Sabin and family spent Sunday with relatives in Algona. Clifford Worstcr of DCS Moines was a visitor Sunday of Charles Lindhorst. Mrs. Anna Phillips of Algona spent the past two weeks at the home of her daughter. Mrs. D. S. Wildin. lone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman, came up from Des Molncs on Saturday, spending Easter at home. John Hargreaves, an Iowa State College student of Ames returned las', week after a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Harp-eaves. Mr. and Mrs. G. Brletfrn of Lone Rock and Earl Miller and family spent Sunday at the J. M. Cox home. Chester Srlctfrn. Jr.. returned home after a week at the Cox home. Mr. and Mrs. Frideres of the Bode neighborhood moved recently to the Wcrnert farm and the John Mahoney family of Algona to the Shaddlck place vacated by the Ed Jergensens. Raymond Reid and wife moved into Raymond Reid and wife moved nito Algona Saturday. Wednesday evening their neighbors surprised them with a farewell party. Fifteen were present. G. W. Brown and son, Ray and wife and Mrs. D. D. Sparks went to Boone Wednesday of last week and attended the funeral of Tom Saddoris, a brother-in-law of the former, They returned home that night. Clifford, eldest son of Mr. and Mra. M. C. Worster. student at Still College, Dea Moines, returned '• rly Monday after an over Sunday visit here. His grandmother, Mrs. Broadwell suffering from a third stroke is yet unconscious and great anxiety is felt for ner. Phone 109 Algoua, la. SWEA CITY NEWS The Swea City glee clubs will enter the district con'est held at Ames Saturday. Miss Doris Jensen had an operation for appendicitis at the Jensen home Saturday. Miss Virginia Fults who attendi Stephens College, spent Easter vacation with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Griffith of Nebraska are visiting the former's mother Mrs. Anna Griffith. The Farmers Savings Bank is pay-in? a ten percent dividend, which will amount to $14.500. Harry Hull is examiner in charge. Melvin Krumm won the Swea City consolidated school spelling championship and entered the county contest held at Algona. Miss June Thompson has installed new beauty shop equipment, consisting of a Duart permanent waving machine and drier. The grade cantata "Liuae Bit of Blarney" will be presented on Fiiday night by the seventh and eighth grades with Prances Dahl as director. Mrs. John E. Pehrson, who held a sate of household furnishings last week has moved to Swea City and will livs with her daughter, Mrs. Anna Griffith. W. D. Gardner, representing the Central Cooperative Association of 8t Paul diicussed livestock marketing at a called meeting at the Legion Hall on Wednesday, April 4th. Mesdames C. Peter, H. Myhr, I H°w- itt, G. Curtis entertained at bridge on Thursday night at the M. Myhr home High score was won by Mrs. c. Rohl- ifl, travel prize by Mrs. E. C. Peterson and cut prize by l«r«. A. J. Christen- seu. The community singers, fifty voices sang -The Resurrection and the Life" at the hi«h school auditorium on Sunday evening. The building was filled with a capacity audience. Thia was one of the best programs ever presented here by local talent. A. B. Tweetcn was director and Miss Frances Dab.! accompanist with Misaea Eina Berg as contralto soloist, MM. A. B. Tweeten. soprano soloist and Rev. G. R McDow ell, baritone. Church of the Nazarene A. W. and Huq Irwtn, pastor* Sunday Bible school 9:45 to study the Bible. Morning worship at 11 to worship God in the beauty of holiness u He alone is worthy. Young peopVs service at, 7:00 and preaching at 7:30 p. m. All for the purpose of pleasing God and seeing souls saved from sin and glorify God. Prayer me-ling ach Wednesday at 7:30. Sporting Goods Roller Skates, ball QCj r hearing, per pr. _ *' t '*» in tire, 4.75 Velocipedes, front wheel, 1 1 inch tubular frame _. 20-inch same style, as above $5.75 Coaster Wagons Large size box, 9 7C 1 inch tires » 1 * 1 ** Kitten Balls 60c 85c $1.00 Kitten Ball Bats 50cand 75c We have a nice assortment to choose from in Baseball equipment— Balls, Bats and Gloves. Croquet Sets 4 ball $1.46 6 ball $1.95 Kohlhaas &Spilles K62$SB0»K<O3X8SC8att I LOTTS CREEK NEWS v&&®o®&iy&^^ The regular congregational meeting will be held next Sunday, April 8, at two o'clock in the church. The church board will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Martin Peru, who is taking a prs- medlcal course at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, spent from Thursday until Monday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peril. Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt of Ma. gara. North Dakota, arrived here for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Schmidt is a brother of H. W. and Wm. Schmidt. The Schmidts resided here about thirty-five years ago. The Lutheran parish school Is having vacation this week due to the absence of the teacher, Wm. Schmiel, who C. S. Johnson for ' Poultry Feeders 15c 25c 40c 65c 75c Poultry Waterers lOc 25c 50c 79c Extra Wafers Glass Cloth, per yard 23c 19c Poultry Fence 12 inch, 18 inch, 24 inch, 36 inch and 48 inch. C. S. Johnson is attending a teachers' conference at Fort Dodge. H. W. Behnke of Whlt- temore and Ronald Rahmer of Fenton accompanied him. An eight and one-half pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson on Sunday, March 25. This Is their third child and he has been named Lyle Allen. Mrs. Wm. Wetzel took care of Mrs. culbertson and baby for the first few days and Alma Meyer of Fenton is doing the general housework. If you want field seeds, garden seed that are SURE TO OROW, sure to YIELD HEAVY—get Henry Field Seeds at the Gamble store, Algona. 14 jvvvuvvwvwwwyvvwvwvw BEER Deer Brand Strong Beer 12 bottle case $1.19 24 bottle case $2.26 JOE BLOOM WWWWVWWtftf Boy What a Stock! The old store is packed from basement to roof and every piece shown is a real bargain. Every week more folks from Kossuth and surrounding counties find that this store meets eveiy requirement in caring for their needs in Home Furnishings. 12 New Living room Suites Just in! 60 Fine New Mohawk Rugs Now in stock. Come in and see the latest patterns. We also have thousands of yards of Armstrong's Hups and Linoleums now on display—prices? Just come in and see for yourself. Don't forget that we are headquarters for Norgc Electric Refrigeration, the fastest selling refrigerator line in Algona. RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY Where Furniture Sells For Leas Free Movies! Tn conjunction with the Four-Day Demonstration of The Chevrolet Bronze Cut Away Chassis- All Working Parts in View at the Kohlhaas Bros. Garage Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday April 9-10-11-12 Movies will he shown each day at the garage starting at 3 p. in. and at 7 and 8 ji. in. This show includes a comic, an educational film and other features. The Bronae Cut away Chassis will be on Display at all Times during the 4 days. See all the working parts of the Finest Chevrolet ever :inade in view. No driver of an automobile should miss this unusual and instructive demonstration. A Cordial Invitation to the General Public to Attend This Showing as our Guests U Heartily Extended.

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