The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 27,1934 MOCK WEDDING AT SHOWER FOR LUVERNE BRIDE Miss Dorothy Stoddard Was Guest of Honor at Party Friday Lu Verne: A shower was given in honor of Miss Dorothy Stoddard Friday afternoon by Mrs. Wm. Ellis and Mrs. Harry Llchty at the home of the latter. Each gufst embroidered and bemmed a tea towel during the afternoon for the bride. A mock wedding took place with Mrs. Earl Neal as the officiating minister, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, groom, and Mrs. Harry Licflity as the bride. The wedding of Miss Dorothy Stoddard and Jasper Vaughn will take place Sunday afternoon, Sept. 30. a* the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess StodHard, Rev. Wm. Baddeley officiating. Progressive Club Meeting TWe Progressive club met Friday with Mrs. Adam Zwelfel with nine members present and Mrs. Elmer Oronbach as guest. Mrs. Fred Graham was taksn Into the club as a member. A paper on the Rise and Development of the the Chain Corporation by Mrs. Irwln Chapman and one by Mrs. J. L. Llchty on Does It Pay to Advertise. A contest on advertisement slogans was en- Joyed followed by a discussion. The hostess served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engte are the parents of a baby girl. . Mrs. Nick Looft of Armstrong Is visiting at the John Voas home. The Keene Bros, gave a dance in their new building Saturday night. Mrs. Will entmafned ttie Laridm club at her hon* Friday afternoon. You Can t Repair a red hot furnace. Save expense and grief by having your heating plant checked now. Holtzbauer'sTinShop Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal 117 8. Dodge. Phone 83 Mrs. Gardner visited her brother tr D. Purdy at Fredertcksburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard visited Sunday with relatives, Mrs. Bason accompanied her parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Andringa of Orange City to Chicago and Akron, Ohio, for a -visit. Mns. Olive Marshall of California to visiting with Misses Lottie and Janette Mason. Mrs. Blanche Allen of Mason visited her parent«, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peltzke over the week end. Mr». U^Ien TWompson entertained tjhe Tuesday drub at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Miss Genevleve Hlggtns of Fort Dodge Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska. Miss Alice Wolf, R. N., at Hampton hospital, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf last week. Mrs. Lorraine Kruse and daughter of Arnolds Park visited Sunday ait the home of Mr. and Mrs. Toohy. Dr. and Mrs. Corbln and Ralph EJeckman returned home Friday from ihree weeks spent fishing In northern Minnesota. Jacob Urber, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ott of Ntw Olarus, Wisconsin, were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Mrs. Cecil Werrriersen, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burtls left Thursday for Idaho for a vIsH with their sister, Mrs. Gertie Roseborough. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anderson and daughter, Eleanor, went to Stratford Sunday to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Anderson's brother, Ed Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and daughter left Thursday for their hpme In Flasher, North Dakota, after two weeks' visit with relatives. Mrs. Adam Zwelfel, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Ed Dehnert and Mrs. Harold Sorensen entertained an Aid circle at the former's home Tuesday afternoon at a one o'clock luncheon. E. P. DOWB of Forest City visited at he Dr. A. L. Spooner home Sunday. itrs. Dows has been here assisting Mrs. Spooner In the care of their mother, Mrs. Priscllla Schaffer, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. August Bammel have moved to Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and family have moved into the Ramm residence and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker of Livermore will move into tha residence vacated by the Snyders. Beece Cattle Win Ledyard: Claude Reece won nine first prizes, one second and a grand champion prize on his Hereford cattle entered at the Martin county fair In Fairmont. Build or Remodel with an HCIC Loan We are equipped to wire poor new or remodeled home in the most efficient manner. ., Look over our line of fixtures. We will be glad to help you with your selection. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 Algona , low*. ;• ywwwv LONG'S Food Shop Where Meat is MEAT MR. FARMER—We pay more fur eggs. Try us. Now is the time to ran your bushel pears. LONG'S Same old Neat, Clean and Pleasant (Irocery MEET YOUR OLD PAL AS A JUDGE Will Rogers, number one humorist, will portray another character role in "Judge Priest," his latest moving picture. The film is coming to the Call Theatre, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. MARY MERRILL OF BANCROFT IS BRIDE IN CEREMONY ON MONDAY The Man About Town Says Leaves on Wedding Trip to Northern Minnesota; Will Live in Manning LOVE 'Ilit two gr«.-at (//n.jjiar.d/r.eir.ij. "Love Grxi" and "Love Your Neighb.r" a/Mam all th* U>-*-a awl regulation*, that are re- quiPd to run the government, the :-.tate, the county, the home or a business. Wh«-ii iiy.e e/a-rs a person's soul, &elfLshn«»s has to move out. bejrur.r.e.'us and grttd we the taum- of all wars and most :t aU the mL-ery w<- have to endure. Wouldn't H be wonderful if < very one could see the other fellow's side of a qusilori as well as his- own There would be no law suits, no misunderstandings. We run our business ao it will be profitable for us and satisfactory to the jjtooie that want to save rnor«*-y on good standard shoes and furnishings. Our average profit on men's and women's shoes and oxford. 1 , b 35c a pair. We are very willing to tit your feet. In fact. 1 will not allow a misfit to go out ol the store, but, we cannot give il.SO worth of time and service wj«.-n we are only inukin^ 35c on a pair of shoes. Our gajne b volume, quick sales and small profits. Any little per cent of profit will do it you can sell lots ol goods. I would rather sell Kxi puixa <-f sllp]>rs Saturday afternoon at 35c a pair profit than to set around trying to ,->ell 10 pairs at $^ WJ a pair prolil. That U, oui bide of H. It is our way of doing busiiivso. Tliei-e are a few that cannot see our side L! Uiu quc. lion but our U'acK k> incJ'eaiing all tt.e time whlcli tJiuws Vtry plainly that OLU- iiietliods suit the big majority. Real huneit valui.j. L, what inosl people are looking lor. Tliey are willing to be ayrt- ubk- and Jiow a buying dlsixjsiliijn for they know thi-y an: jjt tun;; the same ,-Jiui.-i lor K'oo money. We lur, e ii ic.,1 room lor thv oiv - W:.o want t-j sit iifrid visit. Jimmie Neville s,110t MAN 'We won the ball game!" "We the ball game!" with the stress on the (We) were the happy words emanating from the mouths of two big husky high school boys Friday night. Boys who do not play football and who found it beyond their calibre to join In the pep and din of the high school boosters. Extremely noticeable and almmt nauseating when one knows that Coach Mercer has a mainstay reserve force of boys weighing less than 125 pounds and these 180-pound huskies roam the streets crying, "We won the ball game." • • • "It's go easy to forret," glebed GOT Mantor as he lost a email wager by his failure to correctly name the townships in the county. But he recuperated with a win over Wm. Blngaman who though he knew his geography and missed naming the states in the union by one. Try it with a time limit and learn for yourself blow lax r our memorv. • • • Monday mw an exceptionally blr day for Algona merchants. The cause was mainly the corn-hog checks. Andy Foster was so elated one does not need to guess how he Is going to vote this fall. • • • The fimftaf contest at the Ilnb carried only one prize but it drew so mu£h attention that diet Williams added another and presented a. beautiful white bow necktie to Joe Bloom (or his expert knowledge in the matter. Joe's guess was the most distant of the hundreds and. In other words, he received a booby prize. It would be unethical to let the public know his expert familiarity with football. • • • Under la»t week's "Oda and End*" the Editor was surprised and (like RiD- ley) belkve It or not Our Man About Town once took a course in domestic science. That's true. If anybody doubts the quality of the cooking ask Miss Coate or Mrs. Howard Beardsley, the then ttacher. Each lunched on the bUcults and neither had indigestion. Miss Coate (without superlatlveaJ praised the culinary results, All twen. ty years ago, think of it. Thanks. • • • Ma*on City and Enthervllle are two n- arby cities within which a stranger can go and find hi', way with perfect ae. Because the streets are named at EVERY corner. It is truthful to y that not one person living in Algona can riwne or do*s know all tilt streets of the town. Wouldn't it be a great thing to have the city hire a few unemployed men and mark the corners at the intersections and per- hauri renumber thte residences. Fix it permanently? • • • Tea and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie! Which recalls once upon a tim*- when Mrs. Blllle McDonald's son Sherwood related the annual home custom • the only one ever heard about) of blackbird pfc baked in the fall when the birds are corn fed and fat. Very interesting and now legal is the line of the familiar verse which preceeds tike above and reada like this—"A poc- ker full of Rye." We'll take th* last and pass the pie. • • • A Model T Ford touring car without a top and loaded down with a baker's dozen of high school boys, passed down State Street on a late evening and came to an abrupt halt along the port side of another car almost end- Ing in tragedy. Watermelons was the featured cargo and the crash took the toll of th<m from the appearance of the intersection. Borne farmer's patch .urfered bu the suffering can b- reverted and it will t»: rern* mberfd. a \ear aiio when Llvermwe olaved football in Algona some of that team's players were left at home in b--d with buckshot wounds. It, can happen to Algona boys as well. Bancroft: Monday morning at 8 o'clock the Rev. Father J. H. Schultes performed the ceremony which united Mary Merrill of Bancroft and Francis Brennen of Manning In holy wedlock. Mary Merrill, R. N., Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill of Bancroft and dbe is wtell known and liked by all In this community. She is a graduate of St. John's high school here and also a graduate of 8t Anthony's hospital at Carroll. Mr. Brennen to well known In Manning and lived with his aunt and uncle. The bride was attended by Viola Merrill, a sister and Arthur Merrill, brother of the bride was best man. The bride wore a brown ensemble and brown accessories to match. The bridesmaid wore a rust colored ensemble and accessories to match. A wedding breakfast was served to the immediate family at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brennen left Immediately after the breakfast for various northern Minnesota parts. Mr. and Mrs. Brennen will live at Manning. J. H. Sheridan and Albert McCarthy drove to Thornton Thursday on business. Allan Graham of Des Moines visited at the Matt Nemmers home on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber visited Dr. Weber's father in Algona. Mr. Weber is 111 at his home. Lee Conlon of Armstrong and Carol Sllef&on were dinner guests at the J. H. Sheridan home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien of whit- temore were dinner guests at the J H. Sheridan home Saturday. Lud Nemmers went to Waverly Saturday morning and visited until Sim- day with Jiis brother. Albert Nemmers. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hatten are the proud parents of a son born Friday. This mates the twelfth child in the family. H. Goodwin from Clark, South Dakota, visltytd Friday at the Albert McCarthy home and Mrs. Emma Welp home. Mrs. J. A. Devine and Uawtence Becker took Kenneth Devine to Ames Ian Thursday where he entered college as a freshman. Mr .and Mrs. J .H. Sheridan, Mrs. A. H. Fuchs and Mrs. W. A. Murray attended the democratic meeting at Algona Thursday evening. M. Hoffman, Lawrence Becker, Wil- bur Fox and Julius stork left Sunday for Chicago, where they will spend several days at the world'* fair. Seven 'friends \Ot Peggy Wittering surprised her at her home Saturday evening. Games were played and a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Mrs. Bans DOOM and two chldren of Auburn, Iowa, visited Saturday and Sunday with friends here. The Doose family recently moved from Bancroft to Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. James Deegan, Jack Deegan and daughter, Alice and Mrs. Bloomer visited Saturd*y and Sunday at the Albert McCarthy and J. H. Sheridan homes. Mrs. Frank Becker entertained three tables of bridge Friday evening. Margaret Schiltz won travel prize and Mary TJnderkofler the cut prize. A delicious luncheon was served. Mrs. Bridget Qulnn and Clayton Kelly of Rockwell City were in Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. Qulnn made the acquaintance of a new grandson at the Jack Qulnn home in Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker Sr., entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welp, Jr., and sons. Miss Julia Vaske and Sylvia and Rosemary. Nurre at dinner at their home Sunday. "Dude" McGiHre, James Lichllter and Beryl Prlebe attended a party at the Holllster home in Lone Rock t/n Saturday evening. The party was given in honor of James Lichliter who will leave soon for Missouri. Adeline EroeWlne suent Sundav at the Adoloh Fuhrmann home. Aenes I/eveck of Great Falls. Montana, spent tflie oast week at the Matt Faber home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bedlne from Whlttemore scent Wednesday evenintr at the Ted Wagner home. Stella Bormann, R. N.. left the first of the week for Kansas Citv. where she has secured <enu>lovment In a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Zelmet'. Jt. newlyweds. left Friday afternoon for a wedding trio throunh South Dakota and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redlrut and Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Thilnes and famllv were Sundav dinner mests at the Nick Redirur home near Whlttemore. Jim Redlnk. Matt Klrsch. Geonre Bormann. Joe Kramer. Raymond Thil- ees and Rawmond Kramer suent Thursday and Friday fishing at Lake Okoboji. A birthday and mrewell oarty was held Thursday evenlrur at. the Chris Gales home in honor of their daughter. Eneratla who will leave this week tor Holy Ghost convent. Technev. Illinois. Atratha Thilees entertained a ermro of friends and relatives Sundav even- SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE Tuesday, Oct. 2 Frankie Masters and His Chicago Orchestra inn in honor of Enaratta Cfotee. who Is leaving Saturday for Technev. Illinois. The evening was suent In olav- Uur brldOT. Mr. and Mrs. Matt gilbert «nd son. Ted, Mr. Mid Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank HUbert and son. Gordon were Sunday dinner truest* at, the John Mek-sfch home near Baele Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Redtne. Mr. and' Mrs. Will Redln* and family. Mr. ant* Mrs. Oeoiwe Bormann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thflires and famllv and* John B. Reding were Sundav visitors Church of Nazarene Sunday Scrftol Notes: We are beginning a big six weeks' rally next Sunday. If you attend no other Sunday- School, come to ours. You'll like it. 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