The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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The Algona Tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 Raney Family Reunion Fifty-two members b f the Ranej r»n £*t Sunday at the Ambrose A Call State Park In honor of Mrs.. WU ^ 1 of O^P 1 "- Washington orest C* 117 of 8lou * City Mabel and Lilly Raney. Pre were Mr. and Mrs. c. E Clark ™ 1 ??* 11 and Leo C 1 "* » n < Brttt, Mr. and Mrs. Charle. Raney and Faith, Mr. and Mrs. GUJ Kaney and Charlotte of LuVerne, Hoy mney and bride of near Sioux City Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barett and son, Vlr- JH1 of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney and Notwia and Howard, Mr and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mr. and Mrs George Johnson and Marjorle and Vera Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney. Mrs cora and Miss Harriet Raney, Mr -md f',SL en ^^y and Meredith, Mr and Mrs. B. H. Poter, Audrey. Joyce, and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Moore and Wayne, Keith and Shelan. and Mr and Mrs. E. c. Potter nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dwfght Potkr and lltt'e son. Mrs. Delia Wetzel Honored— A Joint gathering In honor of Mrs Delia WHzel and her children of St Paul, was held at the State Park last Bunray. The following attended: Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ernst Thiel, Miss Alma Bast. Mr. and Mrs. otto Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reed, Mr. and Mrs. John DWton and boyf, Mr. and Mrs. Will Weteel, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. end Mrs. Alvln Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G-eilenfeld and children, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Bender and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heller and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gels. A delicious picnic dinner was served, and the rest of the afternoon was spent visiting with each other. All had an enjoyable time. Ancillary Convention-! Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew attended the American Legion Auxiliary state convention which was held for three days las week, beginning Tuesday, with tead quarters at the Ft. Des Moires hotel Banquets were held each day, namely All Nation. Past President and Cabaret banquets and very interesting programs were presented each day. The main speaker was the national president, Mrs. Win. Btester of Pennsylvania. Officers were elected for the coming year and Mrs. Leona C. Lade- fcoff of Clinton. Iowa, was elected the state president. This convention was larger than the one held at Sioux City the previous year. Over 1500 delegates were registered. Kat-Bali Team Entertained— MKs Alice Gellenfeld entertained the girls of the Algona All-Star kit- '"•'jr>H tcp.m. of which the is a mem- ', on Thursday -evening. August 23rd. the occasion being her 17th birthday. She entertained the following members of the team at the Henry Lavrenz iome: Honey and Esther Lavrenz. Lilian Bellinger. Marie Nordstrom. Rena Bakken, Betty Lattimer, Martha Palmer. Dork Young. Catherine K'lley. and "Tex" Schwing, the girls' coach ind manager. The pirls have gt»mes his week with Rfverdale. Burt. Otto- en. Rutland and Garner. Entertain at Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening, August 24th, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gels and son, Ray, of Chicago, Mr and Mrs. John Dutton and sons, an< also Fred Lavrenz, ST., Mr. ant Mrs. Gels are guests of the above and are visiting relatives and friends at Algona for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton entertained the same group of people at a dinner on Tuesday, August 28th. In honor of the Gels family. Mrs. Johnson Weds—Mrs. Anna E. Johnson of Spencer formerly of Algona was married to Ralph Brusle of Sutherland at Sioux City, Thursday, August. 23. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Sand-crson. pastor of the Methodist church. Mrs. Johnson lived at Bancroft at one time. She has been In Spencer the past four or five years, but previously was employed as housekeeper for the late Mr. and Mrs. John Galbraith. Honor Chicago Visitor*— About slxty-flve friends and relatives of the John Dutton family gathered together Sunday at the Call state park and enjoyed a picnic dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gels and son of Chicago who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dutton. The rest oL A 87 was spent ta P'ayln? games X* .??"?• "**• and * for their home Tuesday. Former AI*onian Married— An impressive wedding occurred last Jaturday evening at the Trinity Lu- heran pammag?. The young folks were Demlar Fi«Jier of Fenton and Miss Grace Pfeterson of Armstrong, who formerly lived at Algona, The Rev. p. j. Braner performed Ov? marriage ceremony. Raymond Gardner and Miss Bernice Johnson ware In attendance. The newly wadded couple left Immediately after the marriage for Chicago to attend the Wordl's Fair. The couple will reside on a farm near Lone Rock. Dinner Carats— Supt. and Mrs. O. B. Laing »nd Mr and Mrs. John D. McDowell were din ner guests Wednesday evening (las evening) of Miss Frances Messer a Humboldt. ^^ Permanent Waves Let us give you a permanent wave before you <?o away to school. We have our waves priced to fit any purse. t, Special $-| 95 * Croquignole Wave •*• Eugene, Zotos, Helicone and Realistic permanent waves at popular prices. Helena Bubenstein Cosmetics Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shop Phone 803 Algona, la. o«cttec8ra^ Bible Searchers Class— The Bible Searchers class met on Tuesday of last week at the church. Officers for the coming year were elected and all former officers were re- 'lected. A very interesting program 'ollowfd. the feature being a talk by Mrs. c. V. Hulse on her trip to the -outh and wests coasts and Canada. Prwbyterlan Ladies- Activities— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Frank Hanson will be the hostess. The Presbyterian Westminister Guild Circle will meet at the church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. L E Fairbanks will b? the hostess. Party for Two Visitors— Arba Dee Long was hostess to a party Friday evening which was given in honor of Mary Joyce Hartman an< Martha Dewel who are visiting here Bridif? was played and high score prize went to Ruth McKee and low to Charone Hilton. Guests prizes were also given. Dinner Honors Gnest— A 6:30 dinner, honoring her guest, Dorothy McDonald of Emmetsburg, was given Monday evening by Betty Gunn. Sixteen boys and girls were present and following the dinner played progressive games. Dancing Party at Hotel— Richard Norton and Bob McCullough were hosta Wednesday evening (last night) at a dancing party held at the Algona Hotel. About thirty couples were present and spent an enjoyable evening. SENECA GIRL IS BANCROFT MAN'S BRIDE, ARMSTRONG Dorcella Jensen, Leo Lam pe Wed Last Week; Trip to Kansas Sen-cca: Miss Dorcella Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, became the bride of Leo Lampe of Bancroft Tuesday morning at nine o'clock at the St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong in the presence of relatives and friends. They were attended by Ann Lampe, sister of the groom and Nick Doocy, friend of both the bride find groom. Father Wolfe performed :he ceremony at the nuptial high mass. The bride wore a pretty white organdy dress with white hat and accessories to match and carried a bouqwt of yellow roses. The maid or honor wore green dress and j accessories to match.. Fol- cwing the ceremony the bridal party nnd the members of th? two families retired to the home of the bride's parents where a 12 o'clock dinner was ervcd later. Th? bridal couple left on Thursday for points in Kansas where hey Intend to visit relatives of the jridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Lampe are both well and favorably known to all in the communities of alsneca an(d Bancroft. Mr. Lampe is one of the most prosperous and conservative farmers in the locality. Mrs. Lampe is a graduate of the Seneca high school of the 1932 class and both have a wide circle of friends who wish for them a long and happy wedded life. The young couple will make their home west of Bancroft on a farm. Legion Auxiliary Honors Awarded To Kossuth Units Mrs. L. L. Lense of Wesley, newly elected county chairman of the American Legion Auxiliary was Installed at an impressive installation ceremony with the state and district officials in charge at the state convention at Des Moines. Ida E. Larson, past county chairman of the American Legion, was presented with a gold star emblem pin for her outstanding work as county chairman. Kossuth county attained one of the highest records in the state in achievement for the year Just closed. Units winning national citations were Fenton, Bancroft, Algona, Burt. Units winning state citations were Burt, Bancroft, Wesley, Swea City. Delegates attending from the county were Mrs. Zada Naudain. Mrs. E. Bartholomew of Algona. Mrs. L. L. Lfase of Wfsley, Ida E. Larson of Swea City, Mrs. W. J. Denton. Mrs. c. A. Lam- ereaus of Titonka and Mrs L. Mouse! of Bancroft. RITES FOR MRS, JOHNSTON HELD ON WEDNESDAY Passed Awey at Home Here; Funeral, Burial Held at Bancroft Annual Whittemore Cry. Picnic Held Whittemore: A crowd attended the Whittemore Farmers Creamery at the academy grounds !n spite of th-? cold and damp weather Thursday. After the lunch. Mayor Carmody pave the history of the creamery. This was followed by an Interesting talk given by n. o. Storvlck of the Iowa Brand Association at Mason city. R. C. Weaver of the dairy extension service gave a list of over fifty patrons who had received a yearly average of 93 points in their cream scoring. He also gave the three prizes fofr thfe cream judging contest for the day. Mrs. Herman Meyers received first, Rosella Volgt, second, Dorothy Loebach and Arthur Kelly tkd for third place. There were various races after which there were two klttenball games. To close the day all enjoyed a dance In the Hlgglns hall In the evening. [ Auto Drivers Take Notice CALL THEATRE Kiffif COOL AND COMFORT API P Wed., Thurs., Fri., Wallace Beery in Roberv Louis Stevenson's classic "TBEASURE ISLAND" Screened hero—hlhly recommended. Aug. 29-30-31 Jackie Cooper Saturday, Sept. 1 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! Every child to receive FREE. FREE! FREE. A Prasik'c Darrow motion picture .stamp book also a movie star stamp picture for book every Saturday during the thowing of "BURN 'EM UP BARNES" Whirlwind Smal AUo New New*. Scrappy Mickey j. McGuire Gang Comedy and Buck Jones in "THE FIGHTING RANGER" A big lun .i!.d ;hni! ; j ;VA Sun., Mon., Sept 2-3 September 4th Bank Night BROADWAY GOES P4 "'^TOMAiMSTRHT J£!|iiS, * <:11 AND LIKES IT! j MIT r STUART ERWIN SKEETS GALLAGHER ROCKELLE HUDSON PERT KELTON L'.:;.-: oil ;ou It's grand /or the la:iiily. Drive 50 Uii\-.-. (o see it. Ii-.-uifcuiUi.T I kJk-arie Wide fUuge bujiU i A large number of drivers are care- s6 of observing stop signs and fall :o stop, speeding and passing at Intersections which Is strictly against the law. School commences nejrt week and a large number of children will be passing back and forth, therefore It Is up to you to be careful and observe all traffic rules. If an officer picks you up for any violations of the motor vehicle law. do not blame him, but yourself. I herewith wish to call YOUR at- entlon In regard to double parking. ^here Is still in force an ordinance jrohlbltlng the same. This courtesy Is xtenderl you to load and unload your >arcels— do not misuse It. Some one Ise may want the same privilege ex-ended you. Do not lock the door of your car, it may have to tx? moved. Please cooperate with us and extend the courtesy as you would have others to you. C. P. SPECHT, Mayor of City of Algona. CRESCO NEWS G8&0®0&^^ Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona spent last week at the home of her son. Ella and Dorothy Braatz of Whittemore visited last week at the August Bernau home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Potter and Mr and Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl left Sunday to attend the Century of Progress camping enroute to enjoy an outing. Mr. and Mrs. touts Lenz and children of Buffalo Center came last week to the August Bernau home. Saturday morning August and son, Roland and Mr. and Mrs. Lenz left for Chicago to a rend the Worlds Fair. Mrs. John Johnston died at her home here Saturday. August 25th, following a stroke of apoplexy. She had been ailing and In poor health for fourteen years and it was only the last few weeks she had been critically 111. Funeral services were held August 2$Ux from the Baptist church at Bancroft with Rev. Reeder officiating. Burial was made In the Bancroft cemetery..'". Mrs. Johnston was the daughter of Peter M. and Anna Barslou and was born October 24, 1876, in Portland township In Kossuth county. She was married to John Johnston November 11, 1894, at Bancroft and lived there until 1911, when they moved to Algona where they have since made their home. Seven children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. John Donegan of Phoenix, Arizona, John of Algona, Frank and Perry of Des Moines, who now survive their mother, two who died in infancy and one daughter, Loretta Hanson, who died in Des Moines In 1929. Mrs. Johnston Is also survived by her aged mother, who makes her home in Cheswlck, Pennsylvania. Brothers and sisters who mourn their sister's death are: Rev. Prank Barslou of Maquoketa, L. A. Barslou of Algona, Mrs. Dell Fleming of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mrs. W. H. Smith of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Irma Fisher of Chicago. Eda Arthur of Hollywood. California. Mrs. Johnston was of a literary turn of mind and wrote poetry fluently. She was a member of the Eastern Star, W. R. C. and Library Aid. EVE L. PBESNELL, Algona Iowa, all kinds of Kodak Finishing and Enlargements. Colored. Call Phone 417-J. 604 South Dodge St. 32-tf Son of Titonka Man Takes Bride Howard Relh&amen, of Washington, D. C., son of Charics Relbsamen of Titonka. and Ruth Elizabeth Gartner of Hibbing, Minn., daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Gartner, were united in marriage at a pretty ceremony held on August 18th at Hibbing. The bride's father performed the ceremony. A single ring ceremony was performed. Members of the immediate families were present at the wedding. The young couple took a wedding trip to Minneapolis, Des Moines and other points. They will be at home In Washington, D. C., after Sept. 1. g o o o o o (J 1 o ; 6 : O <j • <j , f> Adorable Permanent Waves. The kind that stay waved a"nd stay beautiful long affer the original cost. Call for an appointment before that next party, and look your best at little expenditure. Milady's Beauty Salon Phone 127 sue Morlan MALLORY 'Nockabout" A SMART LIGHTWEIGHT HAT You'll LIKE it, men! Roll it, pack it, crease it- wear it up or down all around, or snapped. It's always fresh and smart, A light-weight champion—in grays, tans, greens, blues and browns— to wear now and in early fall. THE NEW STEELE'S CLOTHES STORE Algona, Iowa i We Invite You to See The 1935 Radios at Our Booth at the County Fair Milt. on Dahl Kossuth Radio & Electric Outstanding f' Dietitians Endorse j Honey Krust Bread I •ji Fivsh and ii!K-d with richest ingredients of the $ l/re;id l.akci-.s art. this bread will delight the child- § ivjj, and tli«-y will iind it especially palatable with § jfllv or jam. s § TRY A LOAF TODAY I | Algona Bakery S A Mecca for "Home Sewers" This Week The new materials are here in every new weave, color and fabric. No matter whether it be Silks, Woolens, or Cottons, we can supply your every need— at prices that will mean a genuine saving to you. Lustrous Shimmery Satins Rough Surface Crepes Metallic Satins & Taffetas Smart colorful Plaid Silks Rich Transparent Silk Velvet Novelty Check Plaid Woolens Flecked Novelty weave Woolens Soft crepe weave woolens Attractive Travel Print Cottons Colorful plaid Ginghams Beautiful Plaid Seersuckers Finest Quality English Prints Christensen <> •0 f> >»&.'^y.-*-j&^v*.c-sj^ ros, Co,

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