The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9,1934 Sfcnltioltt-Brwwn Loreen Simmons and Wffl F. Brown Afternoon Clnb M«eta— Mrs. Leslie Samp was hostess to her surprised thett totoy friends In Uils' Afternoon bridge club at the shelter community by quietly being married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, Monday evening. Rev. O. V. Huise performed the wedding ceremony. They were attended by the bride's parents. Mr. ahd Mrs. Brown will be at home for the present at the Anton Anderson home. They plan a wedding trip when business at the Peterson Studio, of which Mr. Brown Is the manager, will permit a vacation. Mr. Brown came here a year ago to take charge of the studio while Mr. Peterson took an extended vacation In California, and will remain here in charge of the studio, having established himself as a worthy successor In charge of Kossuth county's foremost photographic establishment. Visitor Honored »t Party— Charlotte Sotensten of Madelia, Minnesota, guest of Dr. and Mrs. Arlo Adams was the guest of honor at an evening party given by Theodora Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson, last Wednesday. The evening was spent In playing bridge and dancing and a luncheon was served later. Guests present were: Charlotte Solen- sten.' Mary Louise Cliff, Ames, Ruth Malueg. Isabel Greenberg. Ha Leffert, Evelyn Smith. Baine Hllstad, Joyce ChrUtensen, Bdytli* Boeder, Virginia Morck, Allen Buchanan. Bob LaBarre, James Chnbb, Maurice Michel. Drennan MaUie*. John Ferguson, John Christensen. Dunrood Baker, Palmer eellstrom. Bob McCullough and Bob Post. Dance »t C. C. Monday- Ninety couples danced to the enjoyable rouslo of Tiny Little and his band last Monday evening at the Country Club. Free tickets were received by Bob Post and Gaylord Shumway. The next dance will be Monday evening, August 2tfth. and Oec Hurst and his orchestra will furnish the music. Those who attend these dances at the Country Club are asked to take notice of the fact that ths advance ticket sale ends the Saturday evening before the dance nlsht. Only those who have advance tickets are eligible for the drawing of the two free tickets. "Scavenger Hunt" Party— \ John Lee Holtzbatnr and Billy Barry were hosts Friday evening to a group of their friends who were entertained at a "Scavenger Hunt." The guests were divided into two groups tot- the hunt. The guests danced later and following that refreshments were served. Guests present were: Anita Rose Kohlhaas, Evelyn Capeslus, Thelma Aman, Marguerite Ostwinkle, Hazel Walter, Ruth Payne, Catherirte Hum, Margaret Bllley, John Daughan. John, Billy and Ignatius Bcstenlehn- er, Jack Strelt and Bob Selzer. Mrs. Cidney Laird Hostess— Mre. Cidney Laird was hostess to an evening party Vast Thursday given In honor of Mrs. R. W. Bailey ol Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Contract bridge was played and the high prize went to Mrs. Bill Nugent of Chicago who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley here. The afternoon before (Wednesday) a group of six ladles from here attended another party given for Mrs. Bailey at Tltonka. Mrs. Howard French was the hostess. Airs. p. A. Damon Hostess— The first meeting of the Queen Esther circle of this year was held at the home of th«lr leader, Mrs. P. A. Danson. The officers for the coming »ear are: Shirley Vinson, president; Bet:y Geering, vice president; Betty M-erritt, secretary; Shirley Stevenson, treasurer; Doris Jane Sorensen, mite- box secretary. Seventeen girls were present at this party. The -evening was spent at, games and refreshments were served later. Dinner Honors Guest*— Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy entertained at a seven o'clock dinner last Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Steward DeLang and her son, Robert, of Chicago. She will be better remembered as the former Bernadlne Dorweiler of Wit Bende Mrs. DeLang's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dor- weller and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Larson of We,st Bend were other gu«sU present. Idle Hour Club- Members of the Idle Hour bridge club enjoy-ed a one o'clock picnic luncheon at. the Call State Park last Wednesday. Bridge was played by the ladles in the shelter house In the afternoon and prizes wt'nt to Mrs. Gordon French and Mrs. W. G. McCullough. W. C'. T. V. Activitie*- Th; W. C. T. U. will meet August 14th at U:30 in the library reception room. All members and friends are urged to be present. Mrs. Lura Sanders will be the loader in charge and Mrs. C. V. Huh»- will luve cliarue ol the d -votions. Bake Sale Saturday— Th e Helping Hand .society of the Presbyterian chuix-li w-ill hold a bake sale at the H. H. Sjiviwn <t Company grocery .slur- tialuruay. Au;;u.>t llti,. A tood ii-.,orlineir. o! looa ^Mil Will be lur --.ale ami !»>-••> V.1.1 be a . 1*. - cuiity. lA-'K ion-Auxiliary l*iciiH— Atoul M-'Vi-my-livv were in ;,!>.• n<:- ance ul ihe AaK-ncan L yion a!.a Aux- | iliury picnic .-upoi-r ia-t K:iuav i.u and enjoyed the t-veinn^. Alt' r t plflliC a kl'trnbal 1 i ; 'all,r ,i.ii iJ.a;. and card, v..-ii- i)la>«n in ;!.. ,•:;• 1 ho Use. Contract C'lub tuttrtaiutd — Tr.e Contract cli;b wu- <•!.'••: l.i •Wi'clnesd.iy alt'-mooi) i..i l;i.,i -A. i-;. by Mrs. R. H. Miller at a one o'e! /ck lun- clivuii. 'i'liu*; pr .i.i-i.t ijUiv.i; blithe during i he allcrnoon and M: 1 .. A. Krcaeii^ky received Jir.-<t p:i.-.'. Episcopal Ladit* Guild— The iadleo guild of ill-- Epico church uui met l ThurwJay ulteinuon iit - 'M >ulh Mii. Beik>ci.^ur. house in the Call State Park Tuesday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs. Ralph Valentine and Mrs. Wlllard Rlnggenberg received the travel prize. Friday evening of last week the 8 members of the Afternoon bridge club entertained their husbands at a picnic. Bridge was played later In the evening and prizes were presented as follows: Ralph Valentine, high; Mrs. Carroll Johnson, high; Mrs. Arthur Helberg, low; Arthur Helberg, travel. Bridge was played at the Wlllard Rlnggenberg home. Next Evening Party Novelty— The next evening Country Club party which will be Tuesday evening, August 14th, will be a novelty in that it will be served by men only. Bridge will be played later in the evening. Committee In charge: chairman. Joe Kelly. Dr. L. O. Baker, W. B. Quarton, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer. F. E. Saunders. Dr. A. D. Adams, J. F. Overmyer. M. P. Weaver, N. C. Rice. J. L. Bonar, Dr. P. V. Janse, Joe Greenberg and P. J. Kohlhaas. Mathes Comes Thru; High Point Man in Algona Pool Meet Algona won the dual swimming meet from Esthervtlle here Sunday afternoon, 48 to 38. Drennan Mathes, Algona, was high point man with 11 points. Winners follow: 50 yard free style <men>— Evelts (Es- thervllle) first, Mathes (Algona) second. 50 /jwd breaststroJw—Ratten (Ete- therville) first. Post (Algona) second. 50 yard free style (boys)—Pickett, (Algona) first, Keller (Bsthervllle) second. i 440 yard free style open—Ferguson r Algona) first, Snllstrom (Algona) second. 100 yard free style (men)—Evelts (Estherville) first, Ferguson (Algona) second. Under water swim for distance- Mitchell (Algona) first, 200 feet; Mathes (Algona) second, 198 feet. 100 yard free style (boys)—Sewell (EUhervilte) first, Long (Algona) second. 50 yard backstroke—Mathes (Algona) first, Picket (Algona) second. High broad diving—Keller (Estherville) first, McCullough (Algona) second. ..arson. Mrs. G. D. Brundage, and Miss Harry E. Schaeffer of Minneapolis says, "After 37,000 miles of service. I ike Pharis Tires because I've received more miles per dollar from them than any tire I've ever used."—Long- drive 30x3% $3.65.—Gamble Stores. 32 Charity Knhn. 76— Charley Kulm celebrated his 76th birthday August 4. The night before 1 his son, Sam arranged a little birthday party for him at the Abe Connelly home which is next door to Mr. Kuhn's, and invited in a few close riends. Charley was all dressed up Friday In honor of the occasion, and in its tie he wore a stick pin made from the first dollar he ever earned. Attend Auxiliary Meet— Algona women who attended the County Legion Auxiliary convention at Swea City Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. V. V. Naudaln, Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mrs. John Dutton. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Mrs. C. W. Morck, Mrs. W. J. French, Mrs.. T. L. Carrie Durant, who acted as one of the udges of the scrapbook contest. ". C. Party Reservations— Thirty-two reservations had been made by noon Wednesday for the one o'clock luncheon and afternoon bridge party at the Country club. The committee's chairman is Mrs. N. C. Rice. Local Youth Gets $25 Theatre Award The Jack pot of $125 would have gone to Margaret Prouly of Fenton. Bank Night at th e Call Theatre had she been in the audience or in the lobby, but owing to her absence four numbers were drawn before Clara Slepman of Algona received the $25. Other names called were Elva Kahler of Burt, Dora Gorrell of Renwick and Leo Nurre of Bancroft. Next w-e«k the sum of money to be given away amounts' to $125. Mr. and Mrs. Framk Johnsoh of Swea City were Sunday visitors at the Ole Johatinson home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and family visited at the Ray Anderson home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dever Swan and family spent Saturday afternoon at the Art Paulson home. Mr. a.nd 'Mrs. Art Paulson and Alice Hoeck of Swea City spent last Thursday in Algona on business. Mrs. Harvey Christensen of Rlngsted were at the Ralph Campbell home last Monday to visit her parents. Delores and Darlene Murphy of Fairmont, Minn., are visiting for several weeks with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale and son, Dicky of Algona spent last Sunday visiting at the Ralph Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kufeck and children and Bernard Jensen were Sunday night visitors at the Walter Thompson home. Ous Nelson moved his family and grocery supplies to Lone Rock Sunday where he will begin a grocery store in the Sharp building. Miss Veneta Volgt who is employed at the Kermore hotel in Emmetsburg is visiting a few weeks with her parents, the C. C. Volgts. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Murphy and children of Garden City. Minn., returned home Wednesday evening after spending several days vliiting with re- lativfjs and friends. SENECA NEWS Jimmy Coyne of Bancroft is working at the J. J. Drinan home. The Modern Mixer club will meet next with Mrs. Carl Peterson. James Dolan is assisting at the Art Paulson home for a few weeks. Kenneth Campbell has the misfortune of being ill with the whooping cough. Alton Raymond had his tonsils removed Wednesday. He Is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and family visited at the O. O. Bailey home last Sunday. ERVINGTON NEWS Mrs. Ben Terhune and Mrs. T. J. Wickwire win be hostesses to tt* local Aid society on Thursday afternoon at the annex. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Ma«d&y and children and Mrs. Mary Mavdstqr were at the Clarence Mawdsley home for Sunday dinner. Chester Schoby returned to his home Saturday morning from the Kossuth hospital and his many friends are glad to learn of his recovery. . Miss Zoe Surge returned to her home in Cedar Rapids last Monday after an extended visit with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park. Miss Minnie Scbeppman is spending two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman. Minnie is employed in the Livermore neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen are the parents of a baby boy born last Wednesday. They also have one other child, a boy. At present they are residing with Raymond's parents. Mrs. Maurice Parsons Is slightly improved from her recent illness! Shei was taken ill Sunday while eating ice cream and a serious stomach ailment developed with a high temperature. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman and family were Sunday guests at thfa Ferdinand Ostw»ld home at Wfoitte- more, the occasion being to celebrate the baptism of the Ostwalds twin children. Threshing has been the prevailing topic of the day. The number of bushels per acre are varying considerable. On the J. C. Mawdsley place, oats went 35 while others have reported from 15 to 20 bushels. Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes were visitors at the Ralph Stumbo home near Renwick and the Irvington and Riverdale ball tesams clashed at the Halsrud ball diamond, Rlverdale being defeated to the score of 21 to 1. The Cresco Enftroiderfr chab rrfct last Wednesday with Mrs. A. J. Brown. All members were present except one. Mrs. Joe Kramer was voted in as a new member. The Kramers live on the old Robert Stewart farm. The Rlverdale social club was entertained last Wednesday at the Lawrence Hansen home with Mrs. Joe McNeal as assisting hostess. Doorstops were made as part of the afternoon program, and was followed by guessing contests. Later lunch was served. Friends here or Mrs. Ed Campbell will be sorry to hear of her recent illness of heart trouble. However, at present she is slightly Improved. The Campbells are now residing in the Seneca vicinity near their son. Ralph, who has charge of tbelr farm land. Mrs. A. L. Jordan of the Rich Point neighborhood is somewhat unproved from her recent Ulnccs, Joe and Bd- na Jordan of Mason City were week end guests of their mother. Edna is now employed with ttve BeQ Tfetephooe Company and has a secretarial position. Gravel haulers ww* besy last Ttrors- ' day and Friday hauling gravel from the corner west of the Hugh Raney farm and south of the Frank Capeslus to the John McQulre home about a half mile west, known to older residents as the old Ashelford place. The McGulre grading crew completed the grading last season. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Watson and Infant son started on their return trip to California last Thursday. Enroute home they will vlslte at Carlisle, where Merle's uncle, Frank Johnson resides. They will also spend a day with Marshall Watson at Harlan, Iowa. Merle is a grandson of the late John Watson and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watson. Mrs. Laura Mantor and two daughters, Edna and Marjorle pt Oedafr Falls, Mrs. Krueger and Fred Genrlch of Lone Rock, Mrs. May Sabbs of Le- Mars were all visitors last week at the M. E. Blanchard home. Mrs. Mantor Is Mrs. Blanchard's sister, and Mrs. Stabbs owns the farm tenanted by the Blanchards. The other ladles are the Blanchard's daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunphy and family of Hardy were Sunday dinner iruesta of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skilling. Mrs. Skilllng and Mr. Dunphy are cousins. The John McGuire family were week «nd guests at the Clyde Burtls home In Mason City, while Miss Betty Ross of Britt visited with her cousin. Marjorle Johnson. Mrs. Kenneth Farrell of Mason City visited with her friends. Mrs. L. C. Schichtl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman's house guests last week were Mr. Scheppmfenn's mcfthrfr. MKQ. August Scbeppman of Ijakefleld, Minnesota, and his sisters, Mrs. Ben Manus accompanied by her daughter and son- in-H-w <jf Hamond, Indiana, a/nfl Mrs. Louis Scheffe and Mrs. Henry Sander of West Bend. On Monday the Oten and A. D. Ptgman families of Special on Permanents During Month of AUGUST Milady's Beauty Salon Phone 127 Sue Morlan Round Lake, Minn., came for an Indefinite etay. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge HacMnan, Sr., and son. George, Jr., with their grandson, Robert Geigel, left Tuesday morning for a vacation in northern Minnesota. Bnroute they wfll visit relatives In Mlnnapealls and then motor to Webster. Wisconsin, where Mts. Hackman will stop for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ueon Bush. The men will then go to Supeior, Wisconsin, for a short visit with friends of Geo. Jr., and on to Cass Lake for some flsWng. They will be gone a week. I SORENSEN'S SPECIALS Macaroni Noodles Pig Bars Ginger Snaps Toilet Tissue, 6 rolls Opal Jell Powder 5 pkgs. — Pumpkin, No. 2 1Q|» size, 3 cans _*«7V Bed Pitted Cher- JQ r ries, No. 10 can— ™ c Fresh Prunes, No. 10 can Catsup, per bottle Beef Roast Veal Loaf | O i/ M Bacon Squares**-/2CID Boiling Beef, 3 Ibs. for ___ Spices for Pickling Special Price on No. 10 Fruits Top Price for Eggs H.R.Sorensen&Co. Phone 138 and 139 We Deliver. lOc "Clear the Decks" SALE! Final Clearance Prices on Summer Goods WASH GOODS Attractive patterns and color? 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