The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1934 Mr. ana Mrs. Russell Maxwell were Port Dodge visitors Monday. Elbe Van Dorston has secured a position in a soda grill at Newton. Richard Coffin spent the week end with relatives In Neillsville, Wisconsin. Mrs. George Elbert was a guest of her parents in Hull, Iowa, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellefson of Doan spent Sunday at the John Hanselman honje in Algona. Mjr. and Mrs. Ben Hynds and daughter made a trip to Plymouth and Mason jCity, Sunday. Nick Maharas has moved his shoe shlrje and repair shop to the first door south of his former location. Rev. Olson of Buena Vista College at Storm Lake was a guest of Rev. c. Paul Carlson over the w-eek end. RUby Kraft returned to her home in Merjominie, Wisconsin, Wednesday af- ter a visit with her sister, Mrs. Adriin Burmelster. C. R. LaBarre and Roy Bjustrom left Tuesday aftsrnoon for Newton. Iowa, on a business trip. They planned to return yesterday. Rev. Fred Clark of Cedar Falls, former Congregational minister here, visited at the W. F. Walker home Monday and part of Tuesday. Mrs. Cora Virgin left'Sunday morn- Ing for a few weeks' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Merwin Foote in Hastings, Nebraska. Guy Van Dorston has been confined to his home on account of heart trouble. Hugh Post has been using Mr Van Dorston's car and attending to the bus business. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hertlg were guests Monday evening at the Leo Swanson home in Whittemore where Mrs. Hertlg was surprised with a par ty honoring her birthday. Mrs. Frances Eenschoter has return>d to the home of her son. George af- ;cr spending the greater part of the winter at Kanawha with her grandson, Gilbert Benschoter and family. Lee Roy Mathison and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Arrowood motored to Mason City Saturday and remained over Sunday for a visit at the Al Chrlstensen home. Mrs. Christensen is a sister of Mr. Arrowood. Glen McMurray, Al Amuson and O. H. Ogg returned Monday afternoon from Strawberry Point, where they had been trout fishing. Torkel HU1 and John Hill of Story city were also members of the group. Mrs. Ethel Morrison came home Sunday from Chicago where she had attended the Mid-West Beauty Show during the past week. She was accompanied on the trip by Miss M. Nellie Devine of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman are the parents of a fine nine pound baby girl born Monday. The young lady is their first child and Charley is wearing a broad smile. The chlldr has been named Lavonne Mary. Paul Hutchlns, teacher In Gilmore City, spent Saturday here with his parents. Mr.' and Mrs. H. D. Hutching Paul is fully recovered from his emergency appendicitis operation which he underwent just recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Perry of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. John Reid of Guckeen and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gang. st«e of Elmore and their respective families were dinner guests Sunday ofj Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hcrtig. Wm. Leigh and ton, Robert, returned to their home in Amboy, Minn., on Monday after visiting since Friday with the former's brothers near Irvington and at the home of Robert's grandmother, Mrs. Charles Magnuson. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins will leave Saturday for Marshall, Minnesota, and will returned with Mrs. Ida Minkkr, who has been spending the winter there with a daughter. Mrs. Hutchlns is a daughter of Mrs. Minkler. Donnabelte Merron, Esthervtlle, was a guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. R. H. Milter, last week. Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson of Estherville, visited her Sunday and Donnabrllo returned with thorn to her homo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clflrk. Jr.. of Drs Moines arc the parents of a baby boy born March 28. Frrd is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Fred J. Clark, who lived in Algona a year or more ago when Mr. Clark was pastor of the Congregational church. Mrs. Isabel Wesley, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. W. Erlckson for some time, kft, Saturday with her son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wesley of Chicago, who had come for her. Mrs. Wesley will visit at her son's home for a fow weeks before going on to her home in Rhlnelander, Wisconsin. Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck experienced a very painful accident last Sunda- when her left hand was pinched by a car door. Mrs. Keneflck was getting out of the cnr when the door was accidentally slammed shut again. Her hand is severely bruised and Is quite painful. It Is healing quite satisfactorily though. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dupue entertained three tables of five hundred on Wednesday evening. March 28. Mrs. Rudolph Larson won high score prize for ladies. Walter Anderson won high scorr prize for men, Rudolph Larson won travel prize and Mrs. Clnr^nce Anderson won consolation priw. Lunch was served late in thp evening. Frank Mathcs returned late Tuesday night fronv Wichita Falls, Texas, whor? he Mwnt the past week with his brother. Lynn, who has been ill for two or three weeks after an operation for a ruptured appendix. He has suffered several aboesses since and was seriously ill. Although he was much Improved when Frank loft, some concern was still felt for hto recovery. Mrs. Theo. Hutchison drove to l>~s Moines Tuesday to bring back Mrs. Mell Peterson and baby of Long Beach, California. Mrs. Peterson had planned to visit, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, at Des Moines a few weeks before coming hore to visa but because her sister, Jean, is sick with the measles, will visit here first. Mrs Archie Hutchison visited with her sister, Mrs. Shore, before returning Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselman and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansel - mnn and Mr. and Mrs. H-rrbert Bnl- Reman and family of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellefson of Doan and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sengbusch and family of Algona spent Sunday evening at the John Hanselman homo in Algona. The evening was spent, playing five hundred. Tom F.llefson won high score for men. Mrs. Ellefson and Mrs. Geo. Hanselman tied for the ladies' high score. Fred Hanselman won the travel nri/e and Georg? Hanselman. the consolation prize. Lunch was server! laro in the evening. Dow Laidle.y visited his mother. Mrs. Agnes Lnlley, and his sister, Mrs. Howard Vlnson and family from Friday of last week until Sunday. He is with the CCC which is located near Fort Dodge. In the near future the camp will be moved to Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster left today (Thursday) for Arlington where they will visit for a time and then will RO on to Mt. Vernon to get their daughter. Mary Elizabeth, a student in Cornell college there. Mary Elizabeth will spend the week end here. She was unable to come home during her spring vacation because the college orchestra. In which she plays lite cello, went on a tour in Illinois and played at numerous points. J ? Tf 3fl April Sale of Swagger Suits They Are The Theme Song of Spring Gaiety—Choose Now Jacket ^ifrdU Ripple Crepes—Plain Crepes Sheer Crepes—Printed Crepes—Dotted Silks 8.95 $15 They're New They're Smart They're Spring Sleeves flt smoothly, armholes are loose, and coats swing straight from the shoulders. The Smartest of these new fashions are here— at a price you can't hone to equal elsewhere! In all the newest weaves and doors. Sizes 14 to 20. New Blue Newi Tan Greys ..and Navy Sale Prices 19.50 The Smartest New Gloves Are necessary with every new sleeve style and French Kid, Capesklr., fine Fabric* have aJl been styled to lend a smart finishing touch from swagger suit to Sunday night. 59c $1 $1.95 $2.45 Bags That Are Style Right Dozens of new styles are here in plain and novelty calfskins, smart new fabric novelties. Many new shapes, including nvetal trims, tuckite zippers and pouch bags. $1 $1.45 $1.95 $2.95 LEFT: Printed crepe with ruffled blouse. LEFT: Pastel crepe with pleated collar and nelum Ripple crepe with pastel crepe collar. You've surely found out by this time that no wardrobe is complete without, a jacket frock—and here is an exciting collection of new onjes—dressy types, sports types, young types, and cleverest ones we could find. At this price they represent a spring value that is nothing short of astonishing. LEFT: Sheer crepe with wWU 1 or pastel pique. For Senior-Junior School Affairs 100 New Sunday Night Dresses Newest Materials in Pastel Colors ABOVE: Sheer «cpr. with taffeta bow. Nets Laces Organdie Crepe You'll be surprised and pleased with the largo selection, chic styling and shocr beauty In these very youthful ankle length drcfeses for seniors and Juniors. H to 38. Blue Rose Green Maize Peach Pink 5.95 11.75 The Wanted New Lingerie Washobk- fillies nnd fine rayons are the shining lights In Spring Lingerie, DansetU, step-In Chemise. Panties, Gowns nnd Slips. 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