The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 DOUBLE WEDDING fflELDJNLMOTA Another Held Saturday in M. E. Church; Pour Unite at Presbyterian Lakota: A double wedding was performed at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, when Rev. p. H. Prertdng pastor of the church, united in marriage Miss Hulva Sanden and Tabe Loats and Carmen Sanden and Hugh Lewis. The brides were dressed In navy blue ankle length gowns with silver trimmings and carried bouquets of rose buds. Hulva Sanden and Mr. Loats were attended by th.» bride's sister, Mrs. C. P. Ashman of Brltt and Ralph Peterson wf Mason City. Carmen Sanden and Mr. Lewis were attended by Mary Jane Lewis and Howard, sister and brother of the groom. The bridesmaids were dressed In dark green silk crepe and carried bouquets of mixed flowers. A. A. Sanden, father of the brides, gave them In marriage. Mrs. L. J. Emmons, a sister of the brides, sang "o Promise Me" and "I Love You Truly," she was accompanied on the piano by her husband, L. J. Emmons. The brides are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sanden of Lake Mills and for the past several months, have had charge of the local telephone office. Mr. Loats is the youngest son of Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop and has been employed for a few months at the Decker packing plant at Mason City. Mr. Lewis Is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Lewis, and has been assisting hU father with the farming. Immediately after the ceremony a reception was given In the church basement for the relatives and a few friends. Alter the reception the newly weds left for Twin Lakes where they will spend a week at the cottage of Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Prerklng. The C. P. Ashman of Britt, Mr. and Mr L. J. Emmons of Albert Lea, Mr. an Mrs. Berwln Newland of Kensett, Mi Mrs. Arthur Sanden of Lake Mills, M and Mrs. Michael Winter and the Ear Goodnow family of Mason City. Tom Loafs family of Titonka and the H Loats family of Buffalo Center. Bosma-Wflcox A quiet wedding took place at o'clock Saturday afternoon at the M E. church, when Miss Hannah Bosma and Alden Wllcox were united in mar rlage by R-sv. F. O. Johnson. The; were attended by Miss Lena Bergman of Bancroft and Albert Bosma, Jr. Th bride was born and raised In this com munlty nnd Is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bosma, and the groom is a son of Mrs. Wilcox. of north town. The young people will make their home with the groom's mother where he is assisting with the farm- 'ng. guests from out of town who were here to attend the wedding, were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sanden of Lake Mills, Ralph Peterson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. The John Rlppentrops of near Woden were here Sunday visiting rela- Iws. Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard of Ban- roft spent Sunday afternoon at the P. Powers home. Mr. and Mrs. Nelmer Mattson of Buffalo Center were callers Sunday at he Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer visited Sun- ay at the home of Mrs. Bruer's sister, Jr. and Mrs. Taylor Orlflin near Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter and irs. C. A. Winter were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Wade Ball horn The Nick Behrends family spent th past week visiting relatives at Daven port and taking in the fair at Ch cago. Mr. Jacobs, Mrs. Myrle Smith an Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith of Roch ester, Minn., were Sunday callers o relatives and old friends here. Mr. and Mis. H. H. Purst and thel children of Clear Lake, were visitor here Saturday night and Sunday a the Mrs. Minnie Heetland home. Clyde Thaves and his mother, Mrs P. W. Thaves, drove to Mason City Portland 4-H Girl. Spending Week at De* Moines Fair Burt: Blanche McFarland, Leth Mann and Bernice Larsen, three o Portland Peppy Pals of the 4-H girls left Sunday for Des Moines where they will spend a week at the fair. Blanche and Letha will demonstrate four ways of serving canned chicken and Bernlcf won her trip as the healthiest club glr of the county. Sunday where Mrs. Thaves will spend a few days at the homes of her daughters, the Mesdames James Schargel and Francis Younker. Building WITH Kossuth County Swiff & Co. has been in business in Kossuth County for 29 years. During that time we have enjoyed the growing number of friends we have made. • • The Kossuth County .Fair deserves support. It has our, and yours also, we trust. Our plant is always open, and we welcome your inspection. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs John McDonald Thursday. John Schroeder and Ronald Elvidge were at Ames one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Jensen visited at. the jas. Sewick home one day last week. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin received word last week stating that her son, Zell Coffin was ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sewick moved in- o the W. J. Davlson house Friday of ast week. Members of the U. and I. Circle njoyed a picnic at the Call state park Sunday afternoon. Miss Irene Aten left Saturday for 'nirview n-rar Alta, where she will each the coming year. Mrs. N. I. Morness and two child- en are visiting Mrs. Morness' brother , St. James, Minn., this week. . Miss Lois Graham came down from , alfa to spend Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham. Mrs. J. P. stow enjoyed a visit from her sister, Mrs. George Tyndale of Carroll from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hammerstrum enjoyed a visit from the letter's father and brother of Graettinger Sunday. Mrs. Edwina Pratt, who has been visiting relatives in Minnesota, and Wisconsin, returned home last week. D. L. McDonald and O. P. McDonald drove to Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. John McDnoald. K. J. Smith has been getting around with the aid of crutches for several WILLIAM RILEYS, WEST BEND, OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING DATE ON SUNDAY Married at Vinton, 1884 Friends Pay Respects at Open House days as he sprained one of his ankles. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Elmer Wlestedt were dinner guests of their uncle, Wm. Elvldge, one day last week. The Paul Lee family moved into the Jscar Blanchard house Monday. The Lees recently purchased this proper- y. The members of the Walther League )f the Lutheran church, had a treasure hunt Sunday. Mrs. Rlchmann's side won. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oleson and baby f HHmore spent Sunday here with *frs. Oleson's mother, Mrs. Anna Toeb- in. O. J. P. Vogel and daughter and Wm. Vogel and ton, Willis, left Monday for Chicago, where they wlU attend the fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Evanson and daughter of Story City, spent the week end here with Roy and Myron Meinzer and Mrs. Clara Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen and two Mr. and Mrs. William RUey celebrat their golden wedding Sunday, b tolding open house. Mr. and Mrs. Ri ey were married at Vinton. Iowa, 01 August. 27, 1884. They farmed near LuVerne and near West Bend, movin nto town March 1, 1918. They havi wo children. Charles of Livermor^ and Miss Ida at home, also two grandchild en. Mrs. RUey has been confined tc , wheel chair for more than fifteen •ears with rheumatism. About one hundred thirty friends and relative; ailed on them. The guests were serv- d refreshments of Ice cream and cake lie out of town people present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry stokes, Ooldfleld AT. and Mrs. Kenneth Simmons and .hildren of Laurens. Mr. and Mrs. .lark Simmons. Fairmont, Minn.. John Richard RUey, Irvlng<ton, Mr. and firs. Orville Harr and daughter, Jpan f Havelock, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rass- ussen and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rl- lardson of Renwicfc, Mr. and Mrs. "red Legler, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler and son. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rl- ley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Llchty, Charles Llchty and daughter, Grace, chas. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman, Lottie Mason, Mrs. Schultz and Prank Schultz, all of Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lansing of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. David King, Firman La Ing, Lester Simmons, Alice Oill- Ingham, Harry Simmons and Adelaide Eisenbarth of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlky, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Frederick, Mrs. Frank Scribner, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Collins and Luther RUey of Llvermore. Ing their vacation with Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Watson of Los Angeles, came Wednesday morning for a visit with their mother, Mrs. Sue Watson. Miss Ruth Watson of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Watson and children of Rock Rapids came Saturday. C. B. Albright Back Home After Session At University Hosp. Plum Creek Twp.: C. H. Albright returned home from the University hospital at Iowa City last Friday where he received treatment for pernicious anemia for 30 days, 21 of which were spent in bed. He Is now much improved In health. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Buttemore and daughter are visiting in Waynestown, ndlana. Mrs. H. R. Bell spent Monday af- ernoon at Rodman, where she attend- d a shower. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos returned Sunday from their trip to the Worlds Fair in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr and children and Juanlta Hansen left Wednesday for Indianola. Walter Williams and daughter of Fort Dodge called at Uw T. W. Williams home Friday. Miss Bertha Bakken has been spending her vacation from the Iowa State Bank at Rldgeway, Iowa. Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach returned Saturday evening from Chicago, where 'she attended the Worlds Pair. - • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lau and twin daughters left Sunday for EHendale, Minn., where they will live. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker and fam- children of Iowa Falls spent the week I Uv dr ° ve to Minnesota Sunday and Swiit & Co. Matt Laiuuth, Manager Algona, Iowa i toMHwwwvvw^^ Cumming's 5c To $1.00 The Most Complete Line of School Supplies at Money Saving Prices Note Book Covers semi-flexible and stiff hoard, all colors lOc and 25c Pencils Priced from Ic to 25c A big assortment at 3 for 5c and 4 for 5c ]iig Thick Pencil Tablets 5c and lOc FREE; \ uiir Name, embos gold on your note and tablets with .•-ale i >t '_'•><• or more n any Filled Pencil Boxes L'li pieces 25c end here with Edwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder and daughters, Sarah, Ruth and Mrs. Kenning, left Wednesday to attend the state fair at Des Moines. The Ladles' Aid meeting has been postponed until September owing to the regular meeting date being on the wwk of the county fair. Miss Helen Thompson returned to Cedar Rapids Saturday after spending two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. a. M. Peterson and Mrs Gertrude Thompson spent Sunday afternoon at the August Ostergaard home north of Swea City. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Mrs. G. u Fairbanks entertained the Mite society at the church Wednesday afternoon. Elton Elston and Richard Chipman celebrated their ninth birthdays Tuesday afternoon at the Smith home by entertaining a number of friends. Mrs. W. T. Peters, Mrs. W. A. Mac-* Arthur, Mrs. D. L McDonald and Mrs. C. c. Smith drove to Des Moines on Thursday wh«re they spent the day. Mr, and Mrs. a. c. Glddings and Alfred Ward and daughter, went to Montrose, Iowa, Saturday to visit at the home of Mr. Ward's son, Edwin. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Wlestedt and Miss Madge Elvldge of Marshall, Minnesota, were guests Sunday at the C. B. Chipman home. The ladles are cousins of Mrs. Chipman. W. J. Davlson left, the tint of the week for Menominee, Wisconsin, where he will visit his brother, John. From there he will go to Cameron, Wisconsin, where he will visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Scott Allen. spent the day with relatives. Miss Emma Colgan of Tyndal, South Dakota, spent the past week visiting her sister, Mrs. Nevlns Cuplln. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmyer of Whlt- temore spent Sunday at the Frank Shellmytr and Jos. Mikes homes. Mrs. Golda Wooley and son, Roger, came Saturday morning from Nevada, for a week end visit with her mother, Mrs. H. Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dlxon and their daughter, Ruth, of Dysart, spent the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. c. C. Miller. Mrs. Grace Crlsman and daughter, Mary Jane, came from Ashton, Iowa on Tuesday after spending a month there with the former's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Nellis of Waterloo spent Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Stover. They drove to Renwtck that evening to visit a Bon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund and children of Waukee, Iowa, came Saturday for a week end visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pertl. Mrs. Joel Sevevsike of Cambridge. Iowa, and Miss Constance Balrd of Guthrle Center cam e 'Friday for a vlilt at the Wash Harris and H. M. Mania homes. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bangert and son, Richard of Ashton, Iowa, and Steve Williams came Saturday evening for a week end stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Williams. Mrs. John Larson and daughter, Gladys of Portland, Oregon, and Mrs. Bertha Larson and daughter of Kanawha spent Wednesday visiting at th« home of Uieir brother. M. T. Munson. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams left on Friday for their home at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. They have been spend- Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and Ival Gross attended the fair at Mason City ast Friday. Mrs. Cliff Young from Joliet, Illinois, la visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Kain, and other relatives here. A. W. Young is doing his fall plow- n*r on the Mike McEnroe farm which arm land he has rented for the com- ngyear. Lewis Lareen from Algona, has been ssistlng at threshing grain and oth- r work on the C. B. Albright farm, urlng Mr. Albright's absence at the hospital. Frank Munch, brother of Mrs. K. I». Albright, who has been staying a.t her home for the past 15 months, has re- thrned to his home in Hobart, Indiana, where he is eligible to an old age pension. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Mrs. D. C. Mahan and daughter. Lynette, returned home Sundaf after vacationing at Colorado Springs, Colorado, for the past three months. "Del" went to Colorado Springs two weeks ago and returned with his wife and daughter. After many delays caused by much rain, the SchlpuU brothers have finished their threshing run with varying yields of grain, all the way from 12 to 28 bushels per acre. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Partridge while at Waterloo last w««k, purchased a hnudred and twenty acre farm, well unproved, for $50.00 per acre and are preparing to move onto It next March AN INVITATION To Spend An Evening at This Rendezvous The newly decorated dining room of The Algona Hotel is open each evening excepting Sunday from 8 p. m. until midnight. Here is something decidedly different. A cool, pleasant place where beer and lunches can be really enjoyed at a small cost with the greatest of pleasure. There is music— dance if you care to. No cover charge. COOLAND COMFORTABl Full Course Sunday Dinner 50c Every Sunday, We Invite You to Enjoy Your Noonday Meal With Us The Algona Hotel Look Us Up WVSWWWWWWVWA^^ Note Book Fillers ;">0 wheels of .smooth while paper 5c <.'omjia.--.ses Uulers Protractors Seissi.r.s Pencil Olijj.s 5c and lOc Ink 5c, lOc, 15c Paste Glue 5c and lOc New School DRESSES H/.eS 7 to 11 59c Children's Broadcloth i Bloomers lOc Special children rayon Pleated Hose 29c pair Crayons 5c, lOc, 15c Erasers Ic to 5c Children's Rayon Bloomers 25c Cummings' "Where You Can Find Just What You \Vunt." WELCOME! Fair Week Visitors Be Sure and Attend the Kossuth County FAIR September 3-7 U'e are boosting for the Fair and our business by having an exhibit, in the Floral Hall. COME AND SEE US F. S. Norton & Son | Phone 22«J Algona, Iowa vg WW,rtftWYWUVWWYV^^ At The Fair We'll Have Free Ballon* Again and a Goodrich Tire and Wfflard Battery Exhibit Clapp's Master Service Greasing, Washing, Gas and Oil •7 .j West of Court House ij xaaxo^^ <VWWWV **H^^ It's on Its Way T The Second Annual Globe Stove Circus At Our Store Saturday, September 8, 1934 Look! Look! The most Marvelous Baking Demonstration You have ever seen. To prove the superior baking and cooking qualities of the Glow Maid range we will have a No. 0 Glow Maid range set up in our .ston—NOT CONN ECT- Kl) TO A CHIMNEY— and with a GO inch PAP- KI{ smoke pipe—AND HUHN IT AND HAKE JN IT ALT, DAY LONG. There will be no .soot, no gas—and yet you will see with your own eyes how perfectly it bakes—you will eat Glow Maid Candy Stick Cookies baked while you stand and watch. We are going to pay a big price to somebody for their old llange or Heater. We will pay $1.00 for every year of the age of the oldest range or heater. That means if your old range is 25 years old we will allow you $25.00 (or $1.00 for each year) on the purchase of a new Glo- Maid or new Glow Boy—providing yours is the OLDEST submitted. The older the range, the larger the allowance will be. Check up on the ages of your old liange or Heater right now and enter it iii this unique contest Circus Day. You might win. Submit your entryy Circus Day and the winners will be announced Circus Night. NOTE: Only those ranges or heaters in actual use will be considered in this contest). FUN! FUN! FUN! AND PRIZES GALORE Prizes for the Tallest Man Prizes for the Fattest Man Prizes for the Shortest Man And Prizes for the Largest Family. This Will Be Fun Day (or Everybody Come Early and Stay All Day Nelson Hardware Algona, Iowa. f • vwwwwl ^ •

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