The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20,1934 ^^ American Legion Anxfliarv met Friday evening wRh a good attendance. Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Mrs. Pfed Bartholomew gav« an interesting report of the state convention at Des Moines, Miss Oeorga Ann Qeigel gave two pianotogues and Miss Ruth Malueg gave two cornH solos. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Mm. V. V. Naudain, WwMent: Miss Leola Zefader. first v,oe president; Mrs. E. B. Morrison, second vice president; Mrs. W. P French, secretary; Mrs. Glen Roland, Swasnrer; Mrs. Antone Anderson, chaplain; Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, historian; Miss Estelle Arnold, pianist; Mrs. E. W. Evans, sergeant-at-arnu; Mrs. Antone Dldriksen, publicity chairman. Social hour was In charge of Mrs. Mary Barry. Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and Mrs. W. P. French received high prizes In bridge which was played following the meeting. Plnra Creek Literary Ch*— The second regular meeting of the Plum Creek Literary club was h*ld September 12. at the home of Mrs. Nellie McWhorter with Mrs. Kate Mc- Owkle assisting. The opening num- brr was the song, Iowa, sung by all. Roll caH was then answered by "Iowa's Recreation Spots." Following the business meeting, a very interesting program on Conservation was given by the following: "The Conservation Program and How It Affects Our Fish and Game Interests." by Mrs. Mary Olsen; "Lake Projects at Indianola, Iowa," by Mrs. Beryl Moyer; "Talk on CCC Work at Forest City. Iowa," by Mrs. T. A. Wlckwlre. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next regular meeting win be held September 28 at th home of Mrs. Regina Baas with Mrs. Lvdla samnson assisting. Roll call will be "My First Auto Ride.' Birthday dab at Fort Dodge— The twelve ladles who belong to a Birthday club and enjoy regular outings during the year, «ijoyed themselves at Fort Dodge Monday. The ladies gathered at Wraywood where a luncheon was served and variously amused themselves during the afternoon. Those who went to Fort Dodge were: Mrs. 8. E. McMahon, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, Mrs. Mrs. Dennis Goeders, Mrs. Joe Pax- Mae Grapotte of San Antonio, Texas, son. Mrs. T. P. Harrington, Mrs. M. P. Weaver, Mrs. K. D. James, Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mrs. Fred Wehler, and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Mrs. Murtach was the truest of honor. Dinner Honor* Guest— E. P. Keith and his granddaughter, Zora Keith, were host and hostess to a six o'clock dinner last, Saturday evening given at the home of Mrs. L. C. Hanson. Mrs. Anna Stockwcll ot Long Beach. California, was the guest of honor. Other guest: present were Mrs. Stockwell's sister, • Mrs. Parrlngton of North Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Young, Mra. Jessie Dalzlel. Mrs. Flora Gab- rleL After the dinner, the group adjourned to the Keith home and spent the evening hi visiting. Sorprtee party Saturday- Bob LaBarre and Allen Buchanan entertained at a cnrpriag party Saturday night in honor of John Ferguson who will be a freshman in the Iowa state Collate at Ames. The boys played bridge at two tables and a luncheon was served later. Conrty Legion and Ancillary Meet— A county Legion and Auxiliary meet- Ing will be held at Bancroft Thursday evening, September STlh. The Legion and Auxiliary members of Wlnnebago county are also Invited. Speakers 01 the evening will be Vic Struland of Forest City, eighth district commander and Jim Dolllver of Fort Dodge, outgoing commander. Following the meeting, a luncheon will be served and the rest, of the evening spent In dancing. Entertain at Fish Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falfcenhalner entertained eight couples at a fish dinner last Thursday tvenlng at the Country Club. The fish were those muskies caught by Melzar when the Falkenhalners were vacationing at Lac Court d'Orellles in Wisconsin recently. Bridge was played following U>? dinner and first and second prizes went to Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mrs. L. C. Nugent. P. E. O. Social Meeting— Members of the P. E. O. held a social meeting, the first meeting of the season, at the Country Club Wednesday. Following the one o'clock luncbeoti a program was presented which consisted of reminiscences of summer activities. Guests present at the meet- j ing were Mrs. C. B. Murtagh of I Moines. Mrs. Lee Reed. Mrs. L. A- Copp. Mrs. B. M. Southgate and Margaret Blossom. Honor Member's Birthday- Mrs. Burton Thorpe's birthday was honored last Saturday by the members of her birthday club who gathered at the home of Mrs. Raymond Norton for a one o'clock covered dish luncheon. Following the luncheon, bridee was played and Mrs, Thorpe was presented with a birlhday gift.. Mrs. Duane Dewel was a guest. Former Algona Girl Weds Seven O'clock Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Milter and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained at a seven o'clock dinner Sunday evening at the Country Club house with sixteen friends present. The guests played brldffe after the dinner and Mrs. W. T. Peters of Burt and Howard French of Titonka received high score prizes. Bernice Dearths Hostess— Bernice Dearchs entertained a group of her friends Friday evening at a bridge patty. Bridge was plaved at •hree tables and first prize went to Ida Halpln. charlotte Hilton received the travel prize. The same arouo was entertained the previous evnlrut bv Marram Brown. Mrs. Falkenhalner Hwrtesa— Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon of last week at two tables. Mrs. Tom O*Halre of Washington. D. C.. a guest of the club, received high prize. Dinner GnesU— Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lain? were dln- | ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell Friday evening. The occasion was Mr. McDowell's birthday. GnesU at Ward Home- Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mr. and Mrs. John O. McDowell were dinner guests Sunday noon at the David Ward home. CALL THEATRE Second only Street." Wed.-Thurs., Sept. 19-20 Ruby Keeler Dick Powell Joan Blondell in "DAMES" "Forty-Second to Fri-Sat., Sept. 21-22 One Stratum Porter's "THE GIRL OP THE LDOERLOST" with Louise Dresser Miriam Marsh Frank Morgan Sun.-Mon.-Tuea., Sept. 23-24-25 liiir Day.-, It's (iraml! Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., Sept. 26-27 28 CROW aMIWAMHO«U« i —Cut Courtesy Des Moines Register Miss Jessie Roupe of Mason City, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Rcupe of Algona. and John J. WHwer, son of Mrs. Robert M. Wltwer of Mason City, were married Sept. 16. GARY COOPER CAROLE LOMBARD SHIRLEV TEMPLE Ronpe-WKwer Nuptials— Miss Jessie Roupe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe of Algona and John Wltwer of Mason City were united In marriage Sunday afternoon, Sept. 16, at four o'clock at th? James Odle home In Mason City. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Clair Hicks of Mason City In the presence of a number of friends and relatives, before a bank of flowers. The couple was attended by the bride's sister, Mabel Roupe of Minneapolis and a close friend of the bridegroom, James Odle of Mason City. The bride wore a white satin, ankle length dress with lace puffed sleeves and carried a bouquet of white asters and pink rosebuds with taffeta streamers. Her bridesmaid wore a rust colored velvet gown and carried a bouquet of gladiolus and tea roses. Before and after the ceremony songs were sung by Elizabeth Stevens of Mason City who was accompanied by Mrs. Wallace Allan at the piano, who also played Mendelssohn's wedding march during the ceremony. Ernest Bawl sang the selections "I Promise You" and "I Never Knew." Following the wedding a four course dinner was served to the bridal couple and twenty-four guests at the Colonial tea room. The table was decorated with wedding- bells and a pink and silver color scheme. The couple left immediately after the dinner for Du- luih on a two weeks' honeymoon trip. They will also visit in Minneapolis and the World's Fair. They will be at iunne afj:r October 1st, at 118 llth street. Ncrtheast, Mason City. The bride attended school and graduated from the Algona high school. Soon after graduation she wa.s employed by the Jefferson Transportation Company, which position she has sinc« leld. The bridegroom was graduated 'rom the Mason City high school, at- ter.ded Grinnell College and at present 13 employed by the Highway Oil Company at Mason City. Guests present at the wedding were: Mrs. Arthur Taylor, Mi ; s Rachel Witwer. Elmer Porter. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roupe of Cedar Rapid*, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beane of Madison, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe and Irma Dee, Mrs. He'.tle Phillips and daughters of Algona, Mrs. J. Witwer, Mr. and Mrs. F. Falkner, Mrs. James Odle. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hiclci of Mason city. Higiey Get-Together— The Higley relatives held a get-to- g< p.caic dmr-tr and supper. Sunday. Sept 9th at Algona State Park. Th«e present were Mrs Laura, McEnroe, son Leslie ar.d Miss Etelyn Oxley, Mr. and Mrs Uelvm Olson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Elbert all of AJg;na; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olson and family of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs Harvey Higiey. son and daughter of Fair;ale; Mr. a/id Mrs. Harv«y Hlgiey, Jr. ot Fairrr.or.t, Minn.; Mr and Mrs. Jo.> Yakiie ot Mason City; Mr. Mr^ Will Kelly. Mr ar.d Mri. Ray Mr. ar.d Mrs Faii- ccl ar.-i fan.ily oil <ti Wru Urrno.-e, Mr ana Mr.-, Do:-: di.d cUu^iVrr .f Irvi!..non; Mr .sr.rt M:.-. J ~M. »*.:.-- riiacntr. Mr ar.a Mr.s Albert Scnu- r.'.ii.:.t:r fjn.:iy. Mr. ii.'i Mr.; La'*':•:-..;:*: M-i.k-i ar.a r:au-'.'.'. ' all of Bar.- cr-,f:; Mr <iiA M:i r'r-:.i: brc.M-.aii *..a - .i.. ar.a Mr ai.<j Mr., Joi.j, Hi,j- . I/. C. Schichtl, and sons, Gary Wayne and Glen Teeter. Mr. Honor Three Birthdays- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cook entertained all their children and grandchildren Sunday, a yearly event, in honor of Mr. Cook, Henry Johanssen. Jr.. and Wayne Schichtl's birthdays, which all fall on that date. Present were Mr. and Mrs- Russell Oook, Mrs. Johannsen. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton and daughters, Hazel and Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. and Cook was 75 years old. Club Ha* Dinner Party- Six couples who formed a bridge club which met last winter and are planning to meet regularly this winter, entertained at a dinner party on Monday evening at the Coutry Club. Following the 6:30 dinner bridge was played. Couples present were Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCuUough, Country cinb Luncheon — A regular luncheon was held at the Country Club Wednesday of last week at one o'clock with Mrs. D. P. Smith as chairman in charge. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon and table prizes were given to Mrs. Ralph Horl- gan, Mrs. Pool, Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. M. J. O. D. StiJlman and Mrs. Arlo Adams for contract. In auction, prizes went to Mrs. L. O. Baker, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. Thirty-one ladies were present. Honors Mrs. C. B. Murtajh— Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained Friday at a one o'clock luncheon given at the Country Club in honor of Mri. C. B. Murtagh of Des Moine3. Mrs. Murtagh's mother, Mrs. R. I. Cratty of Ames, was also a guest present. Th« guests played bridge during the afternoon and prizes went to Mrs. J. L. Bcnar and Mrs. L. G. Baker. Mrs. Murtagh received a guest prize. Dinner Given M School— Monday evening the school masters and their wiv-es were guests at a 6:30 dinner given at the high school build. Ing by the normal training girls ( Urk Reunion— M:.. fit-.r^ J k:. P',l>r '/I A., a:.J M... C K CL-iii HI: ,:'-'-•::. <:.3.i(. i:..Icjr-.-i. '*':• - <,<:„-... j.. '. • *:.:.:. i.r.'. .:!. ^c.^'t C'.aft !-:;.:. v : O :.•-..> ;,; .'•:.'. .'• ',: W-.Ootc:- C.:-, Mr icjc ',1 Mii.-.:.j..-o*.. j.1.':, B H.',o.:i L' .."-j ^ «;. .1 Br.*-".. ~i> V,' W i.> Ji •* in NOW AND FOREVER" Saturda >-' s*?'- 29 riBituvrriuniujt __ . • - - . *.-•,.--;,.•_ »>*_•... -.•'•'" sn cvv srtuDuc ciuasrn .»..*: Mfi Hi.-:i^-> -.'.a M.-J Hw>'...-• cay v»;h Mr.s G-.argt- Jor.i.- M:t. f'liU'i iil.a Mri Vc;r t Tt-et- « €,JM* y<*r*f? £, £1;-.€ V, /*>;Ki i's .-tody tlub — -.-L!.c,'jj.-> of n-r: Ciula'j Si'. T v--.,-:^y ^t'^ri.f^^fi. "a-: ir*« W K Wvou * ar<l «.t Wi.- A i- M.t.v i if.ic*--a ly ciub jX/iiK: of ( hu/cit uui ». s- l»itnk— • Up. Buuuy'i Trolley Troubles, and Randolph Scott Gail Patrick A 25c SIZE OF Oii-Hamt] RAPIDO COLORED ENAMEL We*Ung— Albert* Orasenbach, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. Oroeenbach of Grinnell, but recently of near Algous, and Dolph Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Miller of Creaoo township, were united in marriage Thursday morning (today) at Burlington. Itfwft. Rev. J. B. Wilkinson of Grinnell officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Miller attended school in Algona and are graduates of the Algona high school. Since then Mrs. MQJer has taught school near Algona. Dolph Is associated with his brother, George b, in the mllrworks shop on West Nebraska street. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will leave Immediately after the ceremony for Illinois where they will visit relatives and attend the world's fair. They win return here hi a week and will make their home in the hi recently built by Mr. Miller on South Harian street. D. A. R. Lnwbeon— Member of D. A. R. met last week Tuesday at a 1 o'clock lunch given by Miss SHa Thompson, who was Assisted by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. Emily Griggs and Mrs. Julia Brace. Following the luncheon a business meeting was held and roll call was vacation notes under the direction of Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson then gave a very interesting and informal talk about life in Washington, D. C. She told about the life of Roosevelt hi Washington, and about the Russian ambassador and describro them and their dally doings. She also talked about the social life of the nation's capital. Dance at Oraniry Club— Eght-three couples were present Monday night last week at Country Club and danced to the music of Red Wilson and his nine piece band. Dr. M. G. Bourne and Dr. Lee Nugent received the frev tickets given at each dance. Next dance will be given September 24th and Cec Hurst will furnish the music. B°y»! Neighbor Clab— Eighteen members and three guests of the Royal Neighbor club were present at the meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Laura Bockes near Trrtngton. Following the business meeting, the time was spent socially and a two course luncheon was served later. Centenary class Fw*r— Members of the Centenary class of the Methodist church held a party on Tuesday evening with fifty present. A 6:30 dinner was served and eKrtlon of officers held with the following results: president, Mrs. Oscar Anderson; secretary, Mrs. Perry Thompson; treasurer, Vic HerHg. A scavenger hunt was the diversion of the evening. Committee in charge were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oenrich, Mr. and Mrs. August Strom, Mr. and MM. A. V. Bertig, Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Stebbins, Mr. and Mfrs. Jewell Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Hone Bonders' Party— The Home Builders class of the Methodist church entertained at a Hobo party Friday night at the shelter house and guests came dressed as hoboes. Dinner was served at 6:30 with the following menu: soup, crackers, rolls, pickles, pumpkin pie and coffee. Election of officers was held following the dinner and the following were ekcted: O. A. Roland, president; Wallace McDougall, vice president; Mrs. Clarence Stewart, secretary and treasurer. A program with songs and talks by Rev. D. V. Hulse and Mrs. F. L. Trfbon followed. Entertain at Hotel— Mrs. Anna Stockwell entertained twelve guests at dinner Sunday at the Algona hotel. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Andre* Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Young, Mrs. Julia Brace. Mrs. Flora Gabriel, Mrs. Jessie Dal- ztel, Mrs. J. R. Laird, Mrs. B. M. Southgate Of Algona and Mrs. Purrington of Linton, North Dakota. S. S. Convention at A county Sunday School convention was held Wednesday of last week at LuVerne with a very large crowd In attendance. Delegates from the Pres- jyterian church of Algona who attended were: Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Mrs. Jeannette McDonald. Mr and Mrs. Frank Geigel, Mrs. Fred Oelgel. Mrs. Lura Sanders. Walter Hutton and O. G. Herbracht of Des Moines were the speakers of the day. Horteas to Mrs. George Mahoney was hostess to the members of her bridge club on Tuesday evening. Bridge was played at two tables and Mrs. Bert Cronan received the first prize. Mrs. Louis Lynk received the low prize and Mrs. J. M. Hardgrove the travel prize. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and Mrs. Palmer were guests present. Meda Pint Matrons' Meeting— The Past Matrons' club of the Eastern Star will meet Tuesday afternoon, September 25. at the Temple. Royal Neighbor The Royal Neighbor club will have a covered dish supper Tuesday evening September 25th, at the State Pant. Sach member is to bring a guest and their cwn dishes. Those who do not have a way out to the park are asked to call Mrs. E. J. Butler at 578. Announce Sapper Night— The Presbyterian church will have a chicken and noodle supper at the Legion Hall on Saturday, October 6, the first Saturday of the month. Everyone is invited. Buffet Lunch GIvtB— Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Streit were host and hostess to a group of their friends Monday night last week following a dance at the Country Club. The guests were entertained at a buffet lunch. Mrs. C. C. Wright, Mrs. A. W. Behrends and Mrs. O. C. Barton entertained the members of the Naomi Circle Friday afternoon at the Behrends home. __._.. • *^^ The Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon, September 20, with Mrs* Frank Seeley. MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Kossuth County homes on our easy monthly payment plan. See us today. The Algona Building & Loan Ass'n for only 10 AND THiS / Utility does cot destroy beauty when XND THiS AD you use KAPIDG. It gives "cuke charm ar»d protection" to furniture ar.d bcures of olLer objects indoors and oulxiucr&. RAPIDO dries in four hours with u smooth, lustrous finish that endures. Does not show brush marks — will not crack or peel Makes walls, woodwork, tables like new. Restores full flfd lifKrJt* piczuc at i o^.ow.o.o<ao,->v.v^X'.v.O:>rX'^^^^.o/>.->^v.->'' LUSBY'S Drug Store Annual September Sale FUR COATS - TWO DAYS Monday, September 24th Tuesday, Sept. 25th Free Storage and convenient credit arrangements if desired Every garment guaranteed for one year. An uiuiMial offering of $;JO,(XX) worth of nljovvi-i.ojiis of Montreal Fur Trailing shown or cvt-r offered in this romiimiii the largest i-ity store could carry a <-oat-s hut we arranged thi.s vi.sit of Mr. hi.s entire display permitting u.s to w when the prices will he higher/ Buy you need thia winter. Don't forget— 2 dav.s onlv. Fur Coats Fur Jackets Fur Scarfs high gradi- Fur Coats direct from the Co. The most beautiful ,seh-ction ty at '.he very lowest prices. Not even more complete line of these splendid Walden, factory representative, with 11 directly from it. Why wait until later now and save enough for other things Sale starts Monday morning, Sept. 24 Liberal Allowance Given on Your Old Fur Coat Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER

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