The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moincs, Algona, Iowa, June 14, 1934 AtncHlary "English T«*"— The American Letrton Auxiliary heli a county conference last Wednesday nf ternoon at the country Club house The program was sponsored by th- Swea City unit and the little shit, and English ballads sung were very enter talnlng. A business meeting followed and election of officers was held Elections were made as follows: Mrs. L L Lease of Wesley, president; Mrs. Minnie Mousel of Bancroft, first vice president; Martha Bonticfcer of Titonka second vice president; Mrs .W. R Wolfe of Fenton, secretary; Mrs Wilt Plaig of Lone Rock, treasurer; Mrs. Sadie Denton of Titonka. county historian; Mrs. JeaiHtte McMurray of Algona, chaplain; Mrs. Gladys Hawcott of Butt, sergeant at arm. 1 :. Every unit was represented and 116 were present. The Algona unit then served an English tea and Mrs. M. J. Streit and Mrs. H. M. Smith poured. Decorations and favors were carried out in oastel colors. Union M. & D. Clnb— The Mothers and Daughters club o Union township was entertained ]as Thursday afternoon. June 7th. at th hcme of Mrs. Elizabeth Kohl, who wa affis'.ed by Mrs. Giutn Patterson. Th club song was led by Mrs. Marie Bode Roll call wa-s answered by ext;rmina tion of insects. An interesting program followed. The club will meet next wee* Jointly at the Call State Park wit! th? other rural clubs on Thursdav. June 14th. Bridge Party- Mrs. Leo Bellock entertained at a bridge party Thursday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests who enjoyed the courtesy were Mr and Mrs. Albert Hagg. Mr. and Mrs Oliver Fanis. Miss Esther Shoemaker and Alvin Zinnell. the latter couple be- ng from West Bend. Mrs. Fanis won he ladies' high score pme and Mr Zinnell the high score priz-? for the men. Mrs. C. B. Mnrtagh Hostess— Members of the Birthday club of which she was n membrr while here are invited by Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. now of Drs Moinrs. to be her piiefts today (Thursday' at a luncheon, dinwr anil ovr nitrhf, in honor of her birthday, which she cel-fbrates that day. Those from here who left this morning for Des Moines are Mrs, M. P. Haegard. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer. Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Mrs. K. D. Jamps. Mrs. Fr:d Wehler. Mrs J O Pax^on. Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Mrs D. H. Goeders. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and Mrs. W. C. Dewel. two other members, are unable to go because cf illness. Dance at Country CTnb— The dance a; the Country club Monday evening was an even bisrger success than the first one two wrefcsaeo. Over j one hundred and thirty couples were: present and darced to" the music of' Coonie Conrad and his 13 piece Columbia BroadC35tir:e band. Owing to certain unavoidab'-? circumstances George E. Lee and his band were unable to' play. The next dance will be on Mon-! dav rvr nine. June 25th and Cec Hurst j will furnish the music. Thes-? dances | have proved to be very popular and a larger crowd than ever before is expected at the mxt dance. Dairy Calf C!nb Meets— The Alcona Dairy Calf club held its iwtine at the home of Floyd Bod-: aturdav afternoon. The mrotins was nlled to order by Frank Schoby. Floyd 3ocie and Veryie Patterscn gave a do- monMration on how to mako a calf blanket after which the meeting was adjourned and refreshments Prved. The members then engaged in a ball game. First Lutheran Soceity— The First Lutheran Missionary society will meet Friday with Mrs/G. D. Brundag?. Mrs. Harry Spongberg will be th» assisting hostess. The annual Mothers and Daughters banquet of the First. Lutheran church will be held June 20th at 6:30. Last year was the first year for this banquet and it proved to bo a big success. IN TWO PRETTY JUNE WEDDINGS Bernice Campbell weds Harvey Christensen; Frances McGregor Also Weds Seneca: St. John's church was the scon? of a very pretty wedding on last Tuesday morning at nine o'clock when Leona Lampe. daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Henry Lampe of Bancroft became the bride of Francis McGregor, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGrrgor of Seneca. Rev. Father Grady performed the ceremony and sang the nuptial mass which followed. The couple was attended by Bertha Lamp?. R. N.. of Fort Dodge, a sister of the bride, and Marcellus Chalus of Fort Dodge, a friend of the groom. A >ne o'clock dinner wns i=erved at the home cf the bride's parents. The bride was attired in a gown of white organdy, ankle length, and wore a full length tulle veil held in place >y a cap effect of pearls. She carried a xniquet of cream colored roses with baby breath. Her bridesmaid's gown was of pastel blue organdy, ankle freth. Her accessories were of white nd she carrrd n bouquet of yellow tea oses and mixed sweet p?a?. The young couple will reside with the room's parents until March 1st. The oung couple have many friends in this icinity who wish them joy and hap- Iness in their journey through life. The Modern Mixer club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. T. Paulson. Marion Osborn had the misfortune of getting thre? of his fingers caught In a side delivery rake one day last week. Winifred Patterson took charge of Pat's Beauty Shoppe last Wednesday, while Miss Patterson attended a wedding. Esther Oodden returned home Monday from the Wohnke hospital after an operation for tonsils and appendicitis. Mrs. Roy Jensen underwent an operation one day last week at the Algona hospital for hernfa and appendicitis. Ruth Kueck. Winifred Patterson and Maurice and Bernard Jensen visited nt th? James Doocy home near Swea Citv Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Kueck and family visited at the G. Kueck and W. I. Dodds home at Good Hope on Sunday. Wliile playing Friday evening Bobby Anderson fell and stnick n rnke tooth nd cut n gash about three inches long n his chin. Former Teacher Married— Several of h:r friends here have re- ceveled announcements from Miss Olive Thompson, former teacher here, of hrr marriage to Roy O, Poul.'en at Sioux Citv Saturday "at the First M. E. church. They will be at home after thr> first of July at McCook Lake, South Dakota. Miss Thompson taught In the first, grad; here seven or eight years ago and made a great many friends here. Since then she has taught in the Sioux City schools. Members of Bridge Clnb Picnic- Members of a bridge club which has been meeting during the winter and spring, and their families enjoyed a breakfast and the rest of the day at the Stare park Sunday. Those piteent were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. A Joynt and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. BUley and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Barry and family and Christine and Carrie Wenwrt. McKee Reunion— A family reunion of the McKee family was held Sunday at the Guy C. McKee home. Thos-? present were Mr. McKee's mother. Mrs. H. C. Shipman of Mason City, his brother. Paul and wife and son. John, of Wausau. Wisconsin, and his si?ter. Mrs. R. B. Wix- scn and husband and daughter. Alic? of Sioux City. Baptist Loyal The Baptist Loyal class will hold a picnic Thursday, June Hth. All wishing to go are to meet at the church by two o'clock. Roll call will be answered with a favorite summer sport or recreation. District Mctt at Mason City— An O. E. S. meeting of District No. 2 was held last Friday at Mason City. Meredith Lathrop and Mrs. Ca&c-y Loss were chosen to represent this chapter in initiatory work under the direction of Mrs. Laura Lenz of Mason City. Mrs. Si. John, Worthy Matron of the local chapter, was also present at the meeting. D. A. R. Annual Picnic— The D. A. R. will hold their annual Flag Day picnic at the shelter house at the State Park Thursday at 6:30 This will be a family picnic and between sixty and sixty-five are expected to attend. Presbyterian Missionary Society— The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Hugh Herman on Friday afternoon, June 22, instead o Thursday afternoon. Special O. E. S. Meeting— There will be a- special O. E. 8. meeting next Tuesday, June 19th for the Initiation of new members. St. Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas Guild will meet Friday afternoon, June 15, at 2:30 with Mrs. Clair Anderson. Seneca Girl Weds Rinjsted Man Bernice Campbell, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Ralph Campbell became th-o ride of Harvey Christensen of Ringed and were married at the Lite Brown church at Nashua Wednes\v aftrrnoon. The couple was attend- d by Helen Patterson a'nd Ivan Christensen of Ringited, friends of the bride and groom. The bride was attired in a gown of blue flat crei>? of ankle length. Her bridesmaid's gown was of peach crepe. The young couple will make their home In Ringsted. Friends of this community wish them joy and happiness in their journey through life. Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders and son visited Sunday evening nt the home of Mr.?. Saund-rs' parents, the J. D Pedersc-ns in Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Christensen o Swea City wer? Sunday visitors at Th Fred Jensen home. Mrs. Christen sen will visit a few days at the Jen sen home. Earl and Mrrle Cooper went to Whit temore Saturday and from there thej accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney of Algona 10 Laurens to visit with Mr .and Mrs. C. C. Cooper. The boys will make their home with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Murphy and family, Mr. Duffield of Garden City Minn.. Mrs, Ray Anderson and children of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Andrrson and children and Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders and son were W-?d- lesday dinner guests at the R. E. Saun.^ home. Free Admission to The Surf Ballroom Clear Lake, Iowa Algona Night, Tues. June 19 Vern Winters Orchestra Clip this ad for Free Admission. Please write name and address for mailing list. Xame Street Citv New Whites Summer's Smartest Styles. Sandals, Pumps. Tics Fabrics at $1.39 to $1.95 Leathers at $2.00 to $5.00 Sport Oxfords at $1.75 to $3.95 For Children and Growing Girls __$1.00 to $2.50 Brownell Shoe Co. Vifds Des Moines Girl- Glen Bles.-mler of Aleona and Miss Thelma Eldririge of Dos Moines were married Tuesday at the home of th bride's parents. Mr. 'and Mrs. C. C. Eldridg? in De.s Moines. The bride is n graduate of Iowa State College with the class of 1932. While there she became affiliated with the Chi Omega sorority. The past year she has been teaching at Elkhart. Mr. Biesemier is a son of Mrs. Selma Biesemier of Moorland. He was graduated from Iowa State College the same year as his bride. He received his degree from the engineering department, and was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. After his graduation he was employed for a time in Denver. Colorado, but came to Algona last fall to accept a position In the Gamble store. After a wedding trip to Denver the couple will be at home in an apartment In the-Backus home. 45 at C. C. Afternoon Party— Forty-five guests were present at the flrst afternoon Country party of the season Tuesday afternoon. Following the one o'clock luncheon auction and conrtact bridge were played. High score prize in contract went to Mrs. B. E. McMahon, high prize in auction to Mrs. L. O. Baker, low prise to Mrs. Ted Larson and chair prizes were presented to Mrs. W. B. Quarton and Mrs. Ralph Menzel of Ames. The second evening dinner-bridge Country Club party will be given on Tuesday evening, June 19th. Dinner will be at 6:45. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer will be the chairman In charge of this party and the rest of the committee will be as follows: Mrs. P. J. Christensen, Mrs. H. B. Cowan, Mel Falken- halner, Mrs. L. G. Baker, G. 8. Buchanan, Mrs. Joe Kelly, J. R. Blossom, Mrs. J. M. Herbst. M. G. Norton, Mrs. Chet Williams and Joe Low« Honor II. S. Grada of Church— This year's high school graduates of he Presbyterian church were honored at a. reception Tuesday evening at he shelter house in the State Park. The Chinese idea was carried out with Chinese food served at the 7:30 dinner and Chinese colors and decorations used in the shelter house. A toast program was given with Pred Shilts as toastmaster. Rev. and Mrs. Sjostrand were guests and the former responded to a toast. Following that the graduates were initial-id inu> the Presbyterian Young Pt>plfc's Fellowship society which sponsored the reception. The committee in charge waa as follows: Margaret Blossom, Etta Bacon Fred Shil'.s, Lucille Peterson. WUlard Bannliter About thirty guests **re present. One of the highlight* of tte evening was the joke which was cleverly pulled on Fred ShilU by Margaret Blo.-6om. Wed at Goeders Home— Paul Ernngton of An«:_s and MIAS Orate Strom of Minneapolis, w-.-re joined in marriage at the D»-nr:is Got- <Jer.i home Tu -sday night by Justice of ihe Peace H B. White. Mr. Errington is a state biolo^i for the Iowa Fi:ih <;nd Game Corr.rm.Siicm of which Mr. Goeders is a member. Birthday Dinner— Mrs. Cari Pearson entertained at a seven o'clock dinner Tuesday evening i in honor of her husbands birthday. | Covers were laid for eight. The tven- ! ing was spent playing bridge with Mrs. ; Harry ifcG'orkle winning the ladiei' j high prize and Ray McCorkle the high prize for men. Honor 25th Anniversary— MM. Victor Parsons waa hostess to a dinner party Saturday evening which was given in honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson, who observed their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary that day. LEDYARD NEWS The M. E. Ladies Aid m?t Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralnh OLson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Mrs Cecil Peterson were Algona call»rs on Sunday. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Mn .Frank Kelly were Fairmont shoppers last Wednesday. Frank Moulton has a position as the pitcher for the Forest City ball club for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson are the proud parents of a baby girl born Sunday. June 10. Jesse Van Dorston of Algona Is spending the week with her friend, Marjori-j Matzner. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and con, Virgil, were visiting at the Roney home in Livermqre Sunday. Leon Worden and A. Warner have been doing some carpenter work near LuVeme the past week. Margaret Zielske returned Saturday from Vincent, Iowa, where she has been assisting her sister. Oerald Warner of Hdora spent the week end at the home of his parent* Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner. Mrs. Ed McOulre and son of Cedar Rapids vlsittd Saturday and Sunday a the August Gelhaus home. Oliver Marquis and Roy attended Marquis-Smith family reunion at Ken dall's Park in Webster City Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson aw Mr. and Mrs. Halverson of North Da kota were Mankato shoppers Friday. Miss Anna Logeman of Minneapolis visited over the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loge man. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and daughters attended the Yahnke family reunion at Wells, Minnesota, last week Wednesday. Juanita TJnderkofler of Britt and Gerald McElroy of Rudd were dinner guests Thursday evening at the V. A Barrett home. Fred Tottenham of Austin, Minn., called at the Worden and Mayer homes Sunday. They were residents here many years ago. Lnrs Scar and Glenn Behse took a truck load of potatoes to southern Iowa last week Tuesday. They returned on Saturday having sold them all. Elvin, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brand was taken to Ro- chesfer this past week for further treatment. They returned Saturday. The Wm. Garry family, the Jack McDonald family. Lawrence Flynn. Evelyn and Earl Caldwell enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the call Park in Algonn. Mr. and Mrs .Roy Klu-eger of Swea City were here Friday looking for n house. Mr. Klueger has secured one ol the cream routes for the creamery. The children of the Sacred Heart church have been attending vacation school at the church this past week undsr the direction of the Bancroft Sisters. Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Mrs. George Moulton and Mrs. Blanche Jenks attended the 9th annual Achievement Day of the farm bureau at Bancroft last week Tuesday. The first band concert of the season was given Saturday night under 'he direction of V. A. Barrett. The business men are sponsoring the free talk!:? on Wednesday evening and band concerts on Saturday evenings. On f-iday the Women's Foreign Mls- ionary society held a thank offering crvice at the church. A one o'c'.oc uncht-on was served followed by s> pro -ram. Out of town guests were Rev nd Mrs. Hcddle of Thompson, Mrs R. J. Womack and a friend of Dolliver kfrs. Moe of Lakota and Mrs. Bishop f Algona. On Thrusday evening a group o usiness people attended the good wil inner at Algona which was put on b' -2 wholesale dealers and jobbers o ason City. Those from here who at- ended were: H. D. Mayne, L C trand, J. O'Keefe, Wm. Flynn, Tice 3rack, D. A. Carpenter, Harriet Mat- cner and Mr. and Mrs .Wm. Wenzel Alex Milter, who works for Ray Smith, has been ill with arthritis. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hodgson of Minonk. 111., spent one day last week at the L. D. Hodgson home. Janloe Larsen of Britt is spending the week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Curtis Holding. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham and two sons of Penton spent Sunday at the J. H. Graham home. Relatives and friends of Mrs. Clifford Fielding gave her a surprise Sunday in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Rubey spent the week at Ames at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Quinten Carey. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ktenitz and two sons and Mrs. George Allen spent Saturday at Lakota with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn of Seneca and Mrs. Chris Madison of Lone Rock attended church here Sunday. Miss Helen Thompson, who is attending summer school at Cedar Rapids, spent the week «nd here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood have been at Renwick where they attended the wedding of a sister of Mrs. Lookwood. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and children, and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald enjoyed a picnic at Mankato Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Taylor returned to her home at Algona Monday after caring for Mrs. B. L. Phelp* and baby the past week. Call Theatre Comfortably cool—always. Ice, air, water, pine, Sanitor. Wed. and Thurs., June 13-14 16 big stars of radio and screen Dick Powell Ginger Rogers Mills Bros. Ted Fiorito and Band In "20 MILLION SWEETHEARTS" New news. Vitaphone junior features "Travelers" 25c a day insurance. . lay or 4 months.—Algona Insurance igency. 3, Water Heaters Coal, Gasoline or Oil Complete Service In Repairing or Installation of Plumbing, Heat- Ing or Sheet Metal Is possible with our stock. Also Pump Work Holtzbauer Tin Shop Phone 83 117 8. Dodge I Is Your Hair Dry and Lifeless 1 Are You Bothered With Dandruff? We are having a special price on our Ar'noil Scalp tr(*tments. Different oils for different conditions of hair and scalp. Guaranteed Permanents, Complete $3.50 Milady's Beauty Salon PfaCtfi^* 127 r*,r,r-. . . ^_ . _. SUE MORLAN Friday and Saturday, June 15-16 You've always wanted to attend a Hollywood Party? You're invited. Laurel and Hardy Velez—Durante and 1.000 others, in Also Joe Penmer Comedy. Scrappy —Clyde Beatty Hagenbeck-Wallaco circus wild animal trainer and circus menagerie in serial, "Lost Jungle" No. 2. Sunday and Monday, June 17-18 an ttractlon ! B^ f«n and music. Bing Crosby as a rookie ranger Valley ' M '« muslc 8nd «™<*y- Colored W ° rW Journey ' " LOMBARDO BURNS GRACE ALLEN Tuesday Bank Night, June 19 Joan Blondell James Cagney in 'HE WAS HER MAN' New News. Vitaphone "Pepper Pot'• "A Cabinet Meeting" with Radio Ramblers. Ixx>k for WOW Climax Climax. Wed., Thurs., Fri., June 20-21-22 Jack Oakie Victor McLaglen and 300 Beautiful Girls in "MURDER AT THE VANITIES" Earl Carroll's Musical Show. " ^^^MMMmMHMHHMH Farmers Attention! For Your Sunday Picnics— BEER Joe Bloom SurfTreats Tne Surf Ball Room at Clear Lake is making next Tuesday night treat nigru (or Algotxiaos. Persons who live in Algona may attend free of charge by prtaenung the Surf's ad which ap- ptiu-s tliewlitre in this paper. Store Fronts Painted The Jianes drug iUjre front hdo botn redecorated Uiis wutk, and pnM>enUs a very iltr<icuve apiKiirance with a v>tiH« backjfrouud ij^vi 'a. blue trua, Other btorei to bavt newly decorated /Jo/ili aj-e Che H K. Sofewaeu Grocery. Miidiou & Haik>OD. and Ptn>i/tr Puriuturt. All COATS and SUITS Must Go! Buy Your Summer and Fall Wrap NOW! Worth to $23.00 Sale Price Fashion Predicts Suits for Fall Worth to $23,00 Sale Price Coats Worth to $15.00 Sale Price $6.95 Christensen Bros. Co. Algona's Style Center. Suits Worth to $15.00 $6.95

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