The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1934
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The Algona Upper Oes Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 31,1934 ZMtaarxer-Brlflgnc C. C. seeoxus of a aeries of CSewaritry CTluo parties -I twi<Jgre CSotiTitry Cluo parties -wrlll «l-veii TuesseJay. June Sfch. The 6:45 i>er win t>e Tollow-e<a by an eveniaaer of *»Ti<Ss>e jylayirt^. The following cx>m*nit~ t«e will i>e in charge of this f*a.rty Onairrrta.rj r Theo. cairischilles, J. Z, Bormr. A. r,. Peterson. W. A. boaster. Miss Marie •W.shler, M:. O. Bourrve. IMCrs CT De-wel. -Mrs. W. F». l^rencix- T T>axiBtian. Mrs Oene Ftalp»ri Horlgsm and H. M. Stecnlfch ftrst Ocruntry Club party -wets a success and it is hoped t-ristt the r>arties will be Just as rx>T>xtlar if not morve so. The first afternoon party of the Otrantary OItrt» season will be gi-v-e-n on Tuesday, June 12th. As a d«j>s=i3-tizre from, tine preceding custom, a. one o'clock luncrieon will be s>?rve<3 at the afternoon prartles and th.? after-noon •will toe £=r>er>t olayintr bridge. TTi-e committee in cxharg;? will be publisl"»-e<J later. Cronan-BMch Wedding— Donald O. Cronan, son of Mr. and toe j Mrs. Bert Cronan, Algona, and Viola Bteich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bleich of Burt, were married May 25. in an evening service performed by Rev. Richmann of Burt. Mr. Cronan, who Is employed at the Borchardt drug store, and hie bride, have the best wishes of a host of friends in this section. They will be at home at 211 N. Harlan street after June 1. They took a brief wedding trip to Rochester, Minn., after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Huenhold acted as attendants at the wedding, a single ring ceremony. about Da-nce at C. C. Well The fir-st of a grrcmp of danop-j? to foe Driven e%-CTv two weeks and spo-n sored I **>" '-!">•- Co-unti-x- club wa,s given ft-rriir!^ E*t the club hoxise witri HO cotJ-ple.s -present, and an jErood time- -was report Pd bv nil. Country- Club's beer r>ermit ha<3 pmnS-'icJ _itw^?t (in time g*or t^iist dance. At fro next dance. ~T>e<~>— XL,s-e and hi^ Brunswick record I n cli-estra featuring Julia Lee will nish trie music. The committee that this will be the most famous orchestra. to be in Algona sinc^ Trd a.r»<a a very larsre crowd is ex- C-~c Hurst will play aerair: at trie third, dance. Wa~ Tan-Yes Meet Monday— Members of the Wa-Thn-Ye club held their meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Anna March. Following a luncheon a business meeting was h-°ld and a report of the convention at Osage held recently was given by Irene Vaudt, St?lla Mae Breen and Laura Mitchell, who attended. Fonr Year Old OelebraU-s— Arlene. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo 1,000 EAT, TALK AND ENJOY SELVES AT LUVERNE'S COMMUNITY PICNIC Town Band Furnished Music; Sports Program, Reunions Also Head List LuVerne: About one thousand people attended the community picnic held in the Alexander grove Friday and en- Joyed the program and sports. The LuVerne band gave two concerts and the address, "Fingerprints" was given by Attorney R. E. Blue of Eagle Grove and both were much enjoyed also the saw solo by Miss Irene Swensen and several selections by the girls' glee club. Several picnic dinners by friends and relatives were held after which the spor's took place. Free coffee was serveti at noon and free ice cream was given to the children. T~. ;«• T>een first ro E : OT" fur- \vns the giicst of honor at party given Thursday of last week b> her mother In honor of Arlcne's fourth birthday. Ten little boys and girl; were present and spent the time from four until six playing games. A luncheon was served later. t»eld •Alpha. I>«Ii>fafai Guest Day Thie Ali>ha I>elpha Study groia.p> its annual Quest Day at "trx; Club laws* "Wednesday." May 23. A tirree •course luncheon was se(rv>e«3 s^t otae o'clocfc to 45 guests seated at a. table in the form of a Delphian triang-1-e-. The I>s-stel colors -were carried out i_n the table <3ecoT-ations and luncheon.. I... O. Batcer. president, then -pr-€ !Ma*iain Oovle of Kumboldt who ers-ve a n~ratinee recital in costume t-o si -v appreciative- audience. Mrs. F m z-arxk of Hunrrtooldt -was h-;r accomr>ani-=t_ 2V<lrs. O. H. Ort?tzmeyer. Mr*. M. ~J. Strait and 2VIrs. jr. j_,_ Bonar comprised tlas program committee. ><%"ta ittemore Lady — Mrs. E. J. Butler and Mr.«. I3artl--t.t of •WtiJttemcre were Jo«nt h ost-es5=-ns at a oartx- at the •^ss.rt.fett l^ome rionoririEf Mrs. Roy Cra-wrforci la_st "Wednesday evening. Bridrre -wa.s -play•ed at. foior tables and Mrs. rtaJph Brown and Airs. Nellie Van Allen, both cf Algona. received the high ar»<3 low score prizes respectively. A numlseT of A.lgona ladies were present. at Brtdjpe Party— Mrs. TW. E. Hawcott and Mrs. ~W. E. X^aird T»nere Joint hostesses at a toridge party Thursday evening of leust -week at the Hawcott home. MJrs- "^W. D. Howie received the high score prize and Iwlrs. Hay »*cCorkl-e the tra-v-el and second -prize. at Dinner— Mrs. w. D. Howie entertained at a dinner Sunday at one o'clock for throe Standard Oil Company salesmen and their wives. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Bob Clnpsaddle of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McCreery of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hargreaves c Algona. Presbyterian Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand so- cie'.y will me>?t next Thursday afternoon. June 7th. in the country at the home of Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Clarence Shllts Mrs. Frank Ostrum, Mrs. J. C. Smith and Mrs. Elizabeth Lemk«. Club at Stewart Home— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart were host and hostess to their bridge club last Wednesday evening. After an evening of bridge the- high score prizes went to Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Henry Johanruen. Jr. Mrs. Bjustrom also received the travel prize. L. O. A. The rnerrtbers of the L. O. A. class will meet with Mrs. Oliver Moe on Oak street Thursday evening. May 31st. There will be -election of officers. The members are asked to bring thimble and scissors to help tie a quilt. Mrs. Emmett Jackman Hostess— Mrs. Emmett Jackman of Whittemore was hostess to two tables of bridge last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. A. Lyon. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Paul Trauger and second went to Mrs. Vincent Klelnpeter. -Water CALL Theatre H't 11 \Vfst Io\v;t 11 it< • r Our <' TTHursday ar*d Friday, May 31, June 1 - iiiatinco 2::'.<>. Jaxiet Gaynor Ch.a,s. 3=*a.irrell, Ginger Rogers Jim Dunn in IC.3.t.tileerx Norris' story "CHANCiE OF HEART" Kew.&. Gretta N-eissen., R-adio Star, in "Keeps a Raining." Lf.nnT . From College Glee Clvit> to Motion Picture Studio. Saturday Double Feature, June 2 fat nil v- ±"1111 and thrill show. Lewis Stone IMCay Hobson Jean Parker "YOU CAN'TT BUY EVERYTHING" i Pioot, Gibson m a big f tianll western. Serial and Scrapny. New Satiu-day Service NEWS—NEW. Sun.-IVlon., 'J'««j[> J*Iiit»-i'tahnii<.-iiT t «t" tin- Tuesday, June 5 Bank Deposit Night Otto Kruger "THE'CRIME DOCTOR" Vinctnt I^upez and Band iluuly Wood Nf«s Keel New News Hearst Wed. Thurs., June 6-7 j-irfiuy matinee 2 'M Warner Baxter S>lvia Froou Slurley Temple, 4 year old vvvuder 111 v" . II />'/ The Memorial Dav program was held at the cemetery Wednesday. Emil Paling is quite ill at the Unl- vrrMty hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Wn'trr M-Tkle of St. Paul is visiting nt the George Merkle home. Billy Chnpman and Enrl Hansolmnn rn to Town City the fourth for the academic tests. Th- In.n men ing of the Tuesday club Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farley of Bristol, South Dakota, are visiting at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. David Lang. Miss Edythe Gardner, who is nurse in a hospital at Los Angeles, Calif., la visiting her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. B. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Lang and two daughters of Wilton Junction are visiting at the home of his brother, Rev. and Mrs. David Lang. Rev. and Mrs. Victor Kollman and family of Royal, Iowa, are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider and other relatives. Bobby Chapman, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Chapman was knocked down in an accident Wedesday evening by a car driven by P. Phillips-. Fortunately he was not seriously hurt. Miss Marie Fritzem-eier. who has been attending the National College of Education at Evanston. 111., has been graduated from that school and has been elected as kindergarten t-acher in one of the puWic schools at Wausau, Wis.. for next year. Miwrs Irene and Bemico Swensen went to Canton. South Dakota for a visit with their aunt. Irene returned Tuesday and accompanied Supt. and was 1-rld at the home of Mrs. David I Mr.= . Alexander Evans to Des Moines Lang Tuesday. j Richard Niv-T also accompanied them Mrs. G-orpe Dietzle of Spencer is to Drs Moines to enter the national here caring for her mother. Mrs. H. E. music contest. Miss Swensen will ac- Peifzke. who is quite ill. I company him at the piano. Anxiliary Meeting Friday— The American legion Auxiliary will hold their meeting next Friday. June 1st. at 8 o'clock at the Legion hall. The Fida<: program which will be presented will be as follows: English Ballads, Miss NetU? Grubb; FIdac. Mrs. E. R. Mor- rfson; Trio of French, Irish and Scotch folk mu'ic. Rev. C. V. Hulse, violin; Glenn Raney, cello, and Mrs. Madge Neville, piano; English statistics; group of English songs. Mrs. E. Jackman; The English Scene. Mrs. George St. John who is a student from Oxford; trio. Familiar English Airs. Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whitt-;more will be the chairman of the program and Mrs. Glenn Ranov will have charge of the refreshments and social hour. Showers for Bride-to-be— Mrs. Helmer Norman entertained last week at two showers for her sister-in- law. Gertrude Norman, who will bo married next Sunday tt> Martin Swanson of LuVerne who Is now -employed at the service station at the creamery !;ere. Bridge was played at three tables ThuredaS' (evening and Gtjrtrude Nelson received the first prize. Violet Norman the travel prize and Adah Carlson the low prize. Forty-two were iTvsent at the miscellaneous shower on Friday afternoon and the afternoon was spent Informally in visiting and hemming tea towels. Miss Norman received many beautiful presents. Lows Entertain Highs— After settling the scores at the toU party at the W. A. Barry home a bridge club consisting of six couples which has played bridge every two weeks during the winter, it was decided th-? six with the low scores would entertain their more fortuna:e card partners. Last Thursday evening the club enjoyed a i:30 dinner at the home of Mrs. Anna. Harch and from there they adjourned o the E. J. McEvoy home for an evening of cards. First prize wont to hrLstlna Wernert. low to Mrs. W. A. Barry, and travel prive to C. L. Bliley. To Entertain Kossuth Units— The Algona unit of tho American Le- cion Auxiliary will ent' rtaln the members of all unjLs of the county Auxi- iary at an English Tea Wednesday af- trnoon, Juno G, at 2 o'clock at the AU;ona Country Club. The Sw« v a City mit will furnish the program. As this Fid;ic month Mis- Margaret Nelson, who won second in the State Fidac contest, will read her e>say. All Aux- iiary members in. the county ar-c- invit- 'd to this meeting. fifth Backi» Entertains— Beth Backas entertained four girls Sunday morning at a breakfast at the State Park for her sister, Eleanor, who will soon leave with her mother for Des Moines where she will take a business course. Girls present w«re Mrs. H. B. White. Madonna Quinn, Sara Doran and Eteanor. Club Mnets Thimdajr Eve— Mrs. Owen Nichols entertained the ight members of her bridge club on Thursday evening at her home. Following an evening of bridge first prize WHS given to Mrs. Glen McMurray and low to Mrs. Gordon Ogg. Burt Home is Badly Damaged in Morning Fire Burt: The flre department was callec cut about 6:30 Saturday morning when th.? Martin Geist Shell oil station was found to be on flre. Mr. G<eist had lit the oil stove and gone to the garden before Mrs. Getst and their three little daughters were up. Mrs. Geist, upon hearing a noise in the other room, went out to see what it was when she discovered the building to be on ftre. She called to Mr. Geist and rushed back into the building to get the child- •rn. Tl;e quick work of the flre company saved a part of th-: building. Mo?t of their dishes and clothing was lost. Tliore was no insurance on the build- ng. Work was started Monday to re- mild the sta:ion. It seems as though the Geist family has had their share of bad luck the past year. Mr. Geist had the misfortune to lose one eye last fall when a staple struck him while working, their oldest, daughter had her arm broken recently and now they had a flre. Livermore Tumbles St. Joe Baseballer* By Score of 16 to 11 St. Joe: In a game which saw the lead change no less than flve times, Livermore rallied to score flve run. 1 ! in the eighth inning and defeat St. Joe last Sunday, by a score of 16 to 11. Both teams hit hard and often and with several costly errors on btoth sid-es. ran up such high scores. The Cardinals held a nearly 7 to 1 lead, hitting C. Baker out of the box in the fourth. Lefty Cayou then finifhed the game, although brinu hit hard his toam mates managed to pull him through. A. Klein and O. Wanner pitched good ball but wer? Riven poor support in the pinches. E. Thul of St. Joe conected for a home run. '•Jud'f Barryhill, Tom Becker, and Path- r Theobald umpired. Next Sunday the Cardinals will play St Benedict at St. Joe. Good Kittenball Gome ill'.'- Champluin kittcnbnJl t am defeated the Becker St. Joe Phillips 'Gfr U>am by a score of 12 to 6. Pitcher f'-r tile MeN'.'ill team was Lawrence Hanson and catcher was Raymond Met/"ii Frank Bormann and Lawrence Becker were t,he pitcher end catch T for the Becker team. Lawrence Decker was the umpire for the game. The Martin McGuire family are the pofps-oi-s of a new Old&moblle purchased last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker and Mrs. Wm. Metzen and son, Wllbert were Fort Dodge choppers Saturday. MANHATTAN MELODRAMA L. A. Changes Date of Tile M. E Ladifci' Aid will ineet -i 1 the church Tuesday, June 5th, in place of Thursday. There will be election of officers and the 1:15 luncheon will be .served by the ladies in Mrs. .M Spoiitfberg's division. Dinner (Tub Meets— Mr. and Mrs. C R. LaBarrt- were host and to the members of their dinner club last Friday tvf-ninij. Bridge was nlaytd during the evenm;; and .scores were k- pt which will be stilled later. W. C. T. U. to Meet- Members of the W. C. T. U. will mc-H Tuesday. June lU'.h. in the afternoon at li:iO with Mr.3. J. L. I>aub. C. B. Murtagh Visits in Old Home Town .S'.a'.c CijijjpliolK-i' C. B Murlagh .ipenl ThuJ'sdjy. Friday and Ualuiday in Algona vL-iling wttli hli> many fiii.-ncJ., and n' U-iidif;# ti> r> rsoiial . iii.i ii:uli>rs. Cliariie taint- up to Ein- f \ me-u.bui'K Wtdin-oday ivtmiig to alU'iid lt(i(>.,<:Vtll club LuIl(|Uc: alid 1 ally. | lu ti..- party Irum l>e;, M 4iit-. 3 \ v. t-r.- -M/j. Alrx Mll'u-i'. i#wi:lury oS .slute. ai.d Li-o Wvi/niiin stulf tr«.-a.',ur- ' d Cj.jv. HvrniiK i tui.d and made a <.• add! '.-.-^i •> i SORENSEN'S SPECIALS Palm Olive 4 hars 19c .Macaroni Noodl C«.ni, No. 2 si/c, ;> cans Pumpkin, N<». 2 si/c, .'! cans 1'otatoc.s, per peck Mother's ('ocoa per pkg. ( Starch, II). i.kif. 25c __23c 19c 19c 19c 17c W. Wheat Flakes, t 'nn/H'ii Fruit, No. 97« •J> j --!/,.•, '2 raiis _.^'*< 'uiiiplcti- Linu of i'iv.-,h Fruils, Vcg«-taf)lf.s and Meats p rces or H.R.Sorensen&Co. |:i« an<l Deliver. Fred nig, WllHam- Hammer and Sylvester Wagner were business callers in Bancroft Wednesday afternoon. The John Beillngs, Philip Pburages fcnd Matt Zelmetts went to Lost Island Tuesday to spend the day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker and the Philip Fouragc family were Sunday evening visitors at the Joe Klemme home in the St. Benedict vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellng and family «pent Sunday visiting with friends and relatives in Carroll. Raymond Schaller attended to th« chores. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch returned home Monday afternoon after several days visit with relatives and friends at New trim, Madelia and Currle, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and their daughter, Annette, returned home on Monday after several days' visit with relatives and friends at Claremont and Owatonna, Minn. The Martin McOuires from Algona have moved onto their farm the past week. The buildings on the farm have been remodeled and other improvements have b?en made. A large crowd attended the -lance at Hobarton Tuesday evening, honoring Prosper Friders and Joe Schad, the occasion being t/heir birthdaj's. Music was furnished by the Everett Bowman orchestra. Jlmmie Bormann. 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann. was brought, home from the Fort Dodg-; 1 Mfrcy hospital Friday evening after nearly a week at the hospital. Stella Borrnan, R. N., is caring for him at present. Mrs. Raymond Metzen was honored at a shower at the home of Mrs. Wm. Metzen Thursday (afternoon. Btonco furnished the -entertainment for the afternoon. High prize ^ras won by MR. Ruth Oangivere and" low by Mrs. Boldridge. About twenty were present. John McGulre, grading contractor and his crew of men and grading equipment moved Into the vicinity of St. Joe last week Thursday and began work on a secondary road one mile ea?t and one-half mite north of town. They are grading and straightening the road. Mr*. Mell Peterson Joins Husband in N. Y. Mrs. Mell Peterson and Httte son, "Petey", have been visiting In Algona and with her parents, the Charlie Mur- itaghs at DCS Moines. Mrs. Peterson left DCS Moines Monday for Washington, D. C., and New York City. At Washington she will visit her brother, James Murtagh, who Is in the Recon- structlon Finance Corporation office. At New York ane will Join her husband, who has recently been promoted to a lieutenancy on the Battleship New York. The battleship was to arrive in New York harbor yesterday from a cruise from San Pedro, California, coming through the Panama canal. Lieutenant Peterson will likely return to the west coast on his ship In a few weeks, while his wife will return to Des Moines for her little son, who la staying with his grandparents during his mother's eastern visit. Algona Auxiliary is Host Next Week The American Legion Auxiliary of Algona will entertain the regular Ko»- suth county meeting of all Auxiliary unita of the county at the Country Club at Algona on Wednesday, June 6 at 2 P. M. A 30 minute pep program wfll tts presented by Uxs Swea City unit. Election of coumy- officers will be held. A memberahlp prize will be given to the visitfcg unit that has the largest delegation In attendance. The meeting will W? from 2 to 5 p. m. Mrs. Zada Naudain 10 president of the Algona unit. All units will report Poppy sales and on welfare gardens. 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