The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1934 Nenroth-Ferrlgim A simple single-ring wedding ceremony took place Monday morning at 6 o'clock at St. Cecelia's church between Esther Neuroth, daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neuroth, of near Sexton and Howard Perrlgan, son of Mrs. Dora Ferrigan, who lives northeast of Algona. Rev. T. J. Drtvem officiated. Bernard Hurn and Agnes Nelson were the attendants of the couple. The bride wore a gray swagger suit •with grey accessories. Miss Nelson was dressed in a tan swagger suit with brown accessories. Following the ceremony the two couples enjoyed a breakfast given by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart in the Vera apartments. Mrs. Eckhart is a sister of the bridesmaid and cousin of the groom. Mrs. Ferrigan, mother of rhe groom, entertained them «t n dinner given nt the Barbecue cafe. The couple are well known here, having lived most of their lives around here. Th-sy will make their home on the Perrigan farm northeast of town. A wfddlng dance was given Monday evening at Sexton and a large crowd was in attendance. C. C. Party Tuesday Nlyhl— Th/> opening Country Club party, for members only, will be held Tuesday, May 22. and will be a "mixer." The party will be in charge of the board cf directors. A series of dances will be Iveld at the clubhouse during this year's season for members and guests. They will not be club functions and members and guests will pay the same admission for the dance. Two guest cards w«re s*nt this week to each member .who is asked to give them to two non-member friends who will enjoy dancing. The opening dance will be on Monday. May 28. and Ccc Hurst and liis orchestra mill furnish the music. Mrs. A, L. Peterson Hostess— Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained her Birthday club Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner party. Bridge was played after the dinner and trav-sl prize went to Mrs. W. B. Quarton. "Procession of BrWes"— A novel entertainment called the "Procession of Brides" will be put on Monday evening at the Congregational church and will be sponsored by on-f> circle of the Woman's Association of the church, young girls of the church will be dressed in wedding dresses of every period including the modem one and will parade before the audience. Music will also form a part of the program. Light refreshments will be served later. The public is cordially invited to attend. Circles Mert This Afternoon— The circle? of the Woman's Association of the Congregational church with the exception of Mrs. Sylvia Ounn's and Mrs. T. P. Harrington's will meet this afternoon (Thursday) at 2:30 as follows: Mrs. E. R. Morrison's at her home. Mrs. W. E. Laird's with Mrs. A. D. Richards. Mrs. M. J. Pool's with Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Mrs. Pool's division was to meet formerly with Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Sixth Birthday Observed— Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker, observed his fcxth birthdfey last Thursday and in honor of the occasion seven boys and girls gathered at his home after school as his guests. Games were played and later Mrs. Becker served a'lunch. Guests wer? Rosanne Reding. Donald French, Joan Kuchynka, Richard Matties. Jenn and Marcia Setchell. and Bobby Kuhn. Sewlnp Party Wednesday— Members of the Auxiliary gathered at the Legion hall Wednesday afternoon for a work party in which they sprit the time sewing. Caps and capes for those girls who will sell poppies soon were made and pillow covers for the veterans' hospital at Des Moirvs were also made. Past Matrons to Entertain— Trw Past Matrons of the Eastern Star will entertain the present officers at a 12:30 luncheon Tuesday at the Temple. Capacity Crowd Attends Algona School Operetta A capacity crowd attended the lower grade operetta "Land of Dreams Come True." presented at the Algona high school auditorium Thursday night. The operetta of three acts was in charge of Misses Beard, Portman and Arnold with Grace Miller assisting. The cast was as follows: Miriam Norton. Bob Neville, Joan Lyons, Richard Palmer. Ruth Ann SIgsbee. Katherine OUlesple, Shirley McGinnis, Everett Keith, Betty Jane LaBarre, Julian Chrischilles, Norma Leaverton, Arnold Boettcher. Arlene Bast, Billy Pletch. Dorothea Ellsworth, Craig Fredericks, Walter Peterson. Bobby Williams and Bobby Laing. Choruses Choruses consisted of Eldon Hovej, John Johnson, Junior Carman. Jahu<? Hardgrove, Dick Dale, Tasker Falken- halner. Fred Ward, Lyle Stevens. Jimmy Stevenson. Robert Ansel. Malcolm Lund, Sonny Sorensen. Alice Dav:nport. Wallace Adams, Robert Wlllason, Mary Gunder, Lucille Blanchard, Evelyn Crapser. Paul- ine Rutledge, Junior Brayton. Russell McVeigh, Bobby Lashbrook. Max King. Alma Baldwin, Billy Maharas, Vernice Gellenfeld, Atklla Capp, Gloria Baker, Naomi Brayton. Betty Meslng, Barbara Harvey. Mary Carney. Lucille May. Edythe Cook. Dolores BaW;r, R«eh Forbes. Betty Blanchard, Feme Carney, Barbara, Harvey, Mary Jones, Marilyn Keen, Jean Lowe, Gatha Stevens, Barbara Zentner. Adeline Bilsborough, Joyce BUsbor- ough. Phyllis Crawford, Eleanor Jones, Betty Marshall. Joyce Pestotnik, Donna Jeane Phillips, Frances Sorenson. Ruth Ann Clement, Opal Cook, Patricia Hull. Jranne Guderian. Patricia Moore. Meredith Raney, Lavonne Wolcott. Bernice Kohtwes, Wayne Black. Donnie Deal, Raymond Richard. Tommy Holmes. Warren Mlnard, Eugene Furst, Keniysth Minard, Jimmy Vanderwerf, Dicky Godfredson, Duane Wallukait. Edward Jergenson, Philip Minard. Boblfr Laing, Irwin Forbes, Dwight Burns. Doyie Johnson, Lehman Way. Bobby Lashbrook. Billy Maharas, and' Harvey Geilenfeld. SWEACHY SCHOOL CLASSES BANQUET "The Last Roundup" Was Scheme for Speeches and Decorations Swea city: Seventy-five members of the junior and senior class and the members of the faculty attended the junior-senior banquet on Friday night. The banquet, a .three course affair, was served by the American Legion Auxiliary at the high school dining room. The theme, "The Last Roundup" was carried out in favors, place cards and decorations. Toastmistress was returned . Saturday . A where they have spent the past weeks with the former's mother who is Born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ander- h- . son of Los Angeles. California^ ^ fter. The Andersons are former • re« here and prior to her marriage. Miss Grace McDowell, given by Geneva Berg; Welcome was "First Brand- Call The a Comfort First at the Call. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, May 16-17-18 Daily matinee 2:30. A 4 sUir picture. Prices New York City $2.00. Algona now resrular. "To Hell with Glory! My Caballertv.! We fight for bread and women!" Vicious in war. Clumsy in love. Ruthless in both. Wallace Beery Fay Wray Stuart Irwin Saturday, May 19 Double Feature Jean Parkrr Robert Young w "LAZY RIVER" Serial. Scrappy and th«! Big Hi- Dolores Del Rio Fred Astaire "FLYING DOWN TO RIO" The 14--.-.L ii\'i-:i-j.\ Liu., y.,i.r. Sunday, Monday, May 20-21 'raru'4--, IKo 1 Krui.f "I ul!x»l j • I tf Billii- llurke (linger Itogrr* 'FINISHING SCHOOL" and "L-xik lor Uu- S.lve>- Lining" 3 ]•'•«•! \r;-...oii of .Sail;. ' , Musical 1 WALLACE EEK Also N'. w News and Grantland Uir "HORSE POWER" Horsen of all kinds army high school Tuesday, May 22 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT Hostesses at Two Parlies— Four ladies. Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Mr T. H. Chrischilles, Mrs. G. W. Stillnia and Miss Helen Dlngley were Join hostesses nt a one o'clock luncheo Wednesday of last week and at a o'clock dinner party Thursday evenin at the Bonar home. Covers were lai' for 36 at each part}-. A yellow ani pink cokr scheme was used. Contrac bridge was played, following Vdf lunch eon and dinner and on Wednesday flrs prize went to Mrs. Lee Nugent, secom to Mrs. D. D. Paxson and third to Mrs Peter Chrlstensen. Mrs. Paul Zerfas- received the first prize, Mrs. Wad-? Sal livan. the second and Mrs. Joel Herbsi the third. Thursday evening. Child's Study Clifb Picnic— Members of the Child's Study club held tlKlr regular meeting last Tuesday at a 1:30 picnic lunch at the State Park. A business meeting followed the luncheon and officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs H. E. Woodward of Whittemore was elected president. Mrs. O. B. Laing. vlc3 president and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky the secretary and treasurer. Jotnt Hostesses at Luncheon— Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns and Mrs. D. D. Monlux were joint hostesses at a one o'clock luncl.ron given last Wednesday at the Hutchlns homo for the Idle Hour bridge club. Bridge was played during the afternoon and Mrs. W. E McDonald received the first prize and the travel prize went to Mrs. W. A. Foster. Foreign Missionary Society Meets The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church was entertained last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Milton Norton. Four ladles from Fenton were guests of th<? society. They were Mrs. Alfred Meyers, one of the district officers. Mrs. Holdorf. Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Go"tschh. Centenary C1as% Party— The Centenary class of tlv M. E. church held their regular monthly party last Monday evening. Mrs. W. C. Messenger was cljalrman of th/e committee In charge. A play under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing and Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward made the program an enjoyable one. Hostrss to Birthday Club— Mrs. H. L. Gilmore entertained the •eight members of the Birthday club at fier home Thursday at a on- 0 o'clock luncheon in honor of Mrs. Pauline Worster's birthday. Mrs. Worster was Riven a guest prize and table prizes went to Mr.s. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. Roy Keen Kntrrtaim at Two Tables— Mrs. Paul Trauger entertaned a group of her friends at two tables of bridge Wednesday affrnoon of last week Mrs Emmett Jackman of Whittemore iva.s an out of town gu'.st pre.vnt. Mr.s. Aibi'rt. Granzow received the first priz" and Mrs. A. A. Lyons the second. Standard Bearers Meet— The Standard B -Brers <>l the M. K church met at the home of Mary Loui.«i' Gilniore Monday evening with Helen Kuhn as assb>!ing hostes.-. After the l".s on then- '.v;is ;t mi'-' box offer- j in>f following by dainty r"fre5Jimen;.« ist 1'. K O. Minting— Tin- hi. I IIKCMIH; M'<-r BW of the !' V. (i in"'. Tit itluv f.t-r.inu w"ii Mr.s f; W .S'llliiMn On tin- proifr;,m, Mi.-, I.iii.i Sii.iii-rs t'j'.-r ;i I'-jxirt on i tin- .-'n't- ruiivcnu <u in Clinton. •Ahicii i .-In- ;itt«-(iiif<i tin. r>r<", ion.-, \v*-i-k. Corn-Hog Loan Checks Here Soon The early contract county corn-hog loan checks have not yet been received from Washington for the 68 farmers who took advantage of the early payment special contracts Vast week. There will be no more loans until the county allotments are returned to the office here. It is not known how long it may take for theso allotments to be returned but most likely it will be between one to three weeks. Ing," Charles Hutchinson; "Bronchos", Supt. E. H. Parsons; "The Bandolero,'" Renn Kluger; "The Last Roundup,' Helen Walstrand. After the banquet they were invited to the Iowa Theatre to see "David Harum," featuring Will Rogers. Baccalaureate services were held on Sunday evening, May 13, with Rev. George R. Seimans giving the sermon. The Invocation was given by Rev. R. C. Swanson. vocal solo by Elna Berg, "Beautiful Saviour' by mixed chorus, "Now Thank We All Our God," by the girls' glee club, "Stars of Summer Night," by boys' glee club, benediction by Rev. G. R. McDowell. A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roalson. Don Peterson will pitch for the Norfolk, Nebraska, League. Gregory Diem has gone to Dickinson, North Dakota, to try out for a similar position. Mrs. Ray Lord and daughter, Beth, Gifts of Jewelry Are Gifts That Last •lust a few suggestions of what \ve have to offer— Diamonds. Ring Sets, (both pendant and bracelet), Billfolds, \vith cigaret or key case to match, fancy stone or cameo rings, tie and collar sets, mesh bags and compacts. We have a few high grade wrist watches that we are offering at half price—all standard makes, 15 jewel in gold rilled cases. If you are looking for a good watch now is the time to get it. We will be glad to help vou in voiir selection. WEHLER'S < Mrs. Anderson was Miss Olynda Grov£ music instructor of the Swea City schools. Mrs. Leona Bellman, mother of Mrs. Henry Myhr, wfts married at the H. Myhr home Sunday, May 6 to Dr. K «. Lotts of Dows, by Rev. O. ell of the-M. E. church. formerly made her home Here with her daughter and later lived at Clear Lake and Dows. Misses Jane Carlson. June Thomson and Roy Bravender, D. Falls and LeRoy Appelqulst attended Velshea at Ames Saturday. They were accompanied by Merlin D. Larson, industrial science student of Iowa State College, with his parents, recovering from an wth hs parents, recovering from an attack of German measles. Miss Freda Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson, was married nowing the were in united a . Engstrom. Hosts of congratulations to ttito popular couple. For Treasurer M. J. DUFFY I will be a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Kossuth county on the Democratic ticket subject to the will of the voters at the June Primaries. Your support will be appreciated. 30-31-22 "They All Want Something" Presented by A. H. H. Senior Class ONE NIGHT ONLY Friday, May 25 High School Auditorium Reserved seats on sale Thursday and Friday, May 24 and 25 at K. D. James drug store. Admission 25c and I55<- Good Taste Never Chang preferen Budweiser BOTTLED BEER ng lottled beer in history ' ST. LOUIS E. L. HATTEN, Distributor Brttt, Iowa. NOVARRO^ a ugh ing Soy LUPE Wednesday, Thusrday, Friday, May 23 24-25 2:3U inatmt.-L-.-j » acii day. Tin.- grundr.-.t yjictun- o! al! tune M. Wc^u-rii Electric Widf THE SWORDS OF ALL EUROPE COULD NOT DIVIDE THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD! G10 KOI AKLISS in tti« OARSyi. F lAN'jCX (.ma^^.-'^n FHE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD Kridgr (lub M<-«-ts 'Ihursday — Mr.^ Johr. lJut'.on '*a..v •.. '.'. n.i-ii.ijt r-, ,,[ ln-r orui^"' <-.,a Thurvia-, ' >-\i-i:;iu' ., IAO !- : D:-- Mr W .J ; Mr., n:-i: McM-i:-.'.:;. 'J. :•/*' \,-;. '• ( lub Mn-ls at K«-lrr Hmni-— Mr .i:.<l Mi \V A h-» '••.• .' • . • :. , ' ! i. ' Kriii.i-. . -..-n:!.-' Mr .ii.ri Mr Ar,- ' i.i-r I.oi.i' vi--n- iir.'ti .-,cii,i- |r,.!<, i. ..<,,• ::. liviiii.L; , ijt-nt .n i>l.t\n.^ bru!;f" Aftrrnoiiii < lub Hull ruini-d— ; Mrs Art H«-ii>t-ri; 'Aa-- ho.:, . ' . s<^0w0ooooooooowwao:ow0o o 2 O 9, C- 0 o o 0 o o Brings Sensational Savings for You In observing this national event we are offering many new cotton fabrics at prices that will mean a worth whila saving to you. BUY YOUR PRESENT AND LATER NEEDS NOW AND SAVE. 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