The Algona Upper Peg Koines, Algona, Iowa, October 4,1934 Brown-Braadow Bva Brown, daughter of August , Brown of Oresco township, and Harold Brandow, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow of oresco township, were united in marriage Saturday evening at 9:30 at the Methodist parsonage in Mason City. Rev. Soence performed the double ring ceremony. The couple were attended by Helen Brown, sister of the bride and Ol«-n Sherman, both of Mason City. The bride was attired in a brown suit with accessories to match Mid the bridesmaid's dress was of a rust color. A wedding dinner was served Bunday evening by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Adrian Ives in Mason City. The couple returned here Sunday night and will make their home with the groom's parents, with whom Harold has been farming. The new Mrs. Brandow will continue her work at the Bell Grain office in Algona. After March 1st they will begin housekeeping on the Gross farm which la now occupied by the Perry St. John family. Entertained at WMttemore— Thirteen women from Algona were the guests of Mrs. H. E. Woodward on Wednesday afternoon of last week at a one o'clock luncheon and a bridge party. Those who received prizes were Mrs. D. D. Paxson, first; second, Mrs. M. J. McCall; third, Mrs. T. P. Harrington. Otiher Algona. women who were present were: Mrs. Chtt Williams, Mrs. W. O. McCulIough, Mrs. M. J. Pool, Mrs. L. CV'Baker, Mrs. Louise Hyde, Mrs.' ClarS Anderson, Mrs. M. P. Weaver, Mrs. Albert Granzow, Mrs. E. R. Morrison and Mrs. L. M. Mer- rltt. Surprised en AMnlverawy-- Several friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Fl&yd Gardner dropped In and surprised them a week ago Sunday on their 25bh or silver wedding annWtersary. The group took their supper with them in baskets and also had a gift for the Gardners. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Boss Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch, Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham. Mrs. Fitzgerald, and the Garners' daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Robinson. The evening was spent socially. Kiwartans at Fort Dodge— Klwanians and their Kweens attended a seven o'clock dinner Thursday evening at the Warden Hotel which was give In connection with the Iowa- Nebraska Klwanis convention. About five hundred were present at the banquet and enjoyed the dancing which followed. Algona was credited with a one hundred per cent attendance at the meeting which is a very unusual and noteworthy incident, as H Is seldom All the members of a club are able to be present at a convention. Prafcyterlan S^Rper— The ladles ? of fit Presbyterian church are planning to serve 1 a supper Saturday, October 5th, at the Legion hall. Serving win begin at 5 o'clock. The menu will be found elsewhere in this Issue. Elizabeth Kaln Honored- Ella Lewis entertained a group of friends Thursday evening for Elizabeth Kaln of DeKalb, Illinois, who has been visiting hi Algona the past ten days. High score was won by Alice Behlmer, travel prize by Mrs. Raymond Reid. The honoree was presented with a guest prize. Other ; guests beside, those mentioned were Meredith Lathrap, Lorraine Tlerney, Stella Mae Breen, Mary Kaln and Mrs. Earl Hesley. _ __ Entertains TWmble Club- Members of the Thimble club entertained their husbands Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. O. L. Vohs at a 8:30 dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Antone Anderson, Mr and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs Al Sponberg, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mr and Mrs. Wendell, Mr. and Mrs. Waltei Qood, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steele, Mr and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, Mrs. Ros*> Brown and Mrs. Lawrence Clark. Woman's Clnb Meet Tonight— The Woman's club Is entertaining its members and invited guests at a 6:30 dinner this evening (Thursday) a the Masonic Temple. Hostesses for UK. occasion are Mrs. Claude Samson, Mrs V. H. Coffin, Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs Albert Granzow, Miss Margaret Dur ant, Mrs. Lura Saunders and Mrs. Clara Klahr. During the after-dinner hours a play will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Otto B. Laing. P. T. A. Meeting— The first P. T. A. meeting of the season was held Monday evening at th€> high school building. Following the business meeting, a skit was presented by ten ladles and was called, "Mothers in Review." A social entertainment was presented in the gymnasium latter and a luncheon served. The meeting was well attended with two hundred present. Dinner-Donee at C. C.— Five couples were hosts and hostesses at a seven o'clock dinner-dance Wednesday evening at the Country Club Forty couples were present. The entertaining couples were: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon. Mrs. Cronan Hostess— Mrs. Bert Cronan was hostess to the members of the E. O. W. clup Wednesday of last week an dbrldge was play- Mrtchell-Kelly Nuptials— A wedding of Interest to many Algon- lans is that of Miss Margaret Mitchell of Clear Lake and Edward D. Kelly of Emmetsburg. The ceremony was performed Monday morning at eight-thirty at the Log Chapel of Notre Dame University at South Bend, Indiana, a chapel which has become a favorite w-sddlng shrine for former Notre Dame students. Miss Eleanor Mitchell acted as bridesmaid for her sister, who was gowned in brown transparent velvet with matching brown accessories. The bride, who Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell of Clear Lake, Is a granddaughter of the late Editor J. W. Hlnrhon, who for years edited the Algona Courier. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, and during the past year taught at Rodman. Mr. Kelly is a son of the late Attorney D. F. Kelly and Mrs. Kelly of Emmetsburg. He attended the University of Notre Dame and took his law at the University of Iowa. He became associated with his father In the practice of law at Emmetsburg, and since the letter's death has maintained tha firm of Kelly & Kelly. He Is also associated with O. D. Shdmway in the Shumway St Kelly law office in Algona. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Hotel Hoffman in South Bend, and the couple left on their wedding trip to Chicago and the Dells of Wisconsin. They_wlU be at home after October 15 at metsburg. Among those who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Shumway of Algona. Mrs. Sullivan Is a sister of Mr. Kelly. Others who attended were Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs. D. F. Kelly of Emmetsburg, Jens Jensvold, formerly of Emmetsburg, now of Toledo, Ohio, and the groom's cousin, Thomas Needham of Houston, Texas, who Is a student at Notre Dame. Meyer-Arend Wedding- Annie Arends, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peters, blacksmith at Tltonka, and Christian Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George George Meyer, living east of Tltonka, were united In marriage Wednesday afternoon of this week at the Lutheran church In Tlton- ka. Rev. H. W. Schoenleln performed the single ring ceremony In the presence of about thirty guests. Harm Arends, brother of the bride, and Jennie Meyer, sister of the groom, attended the couple. Clarence Peters, youngest brother of the bride, was Ing bearer and Helen Rachut of Tl- onka was the flower girl. The bride was attired in a dark wine ransparent velvet, floor length dress ind carried a bouquet of white asters ed at two tables. First prize was preset/led to Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, low prize to Mrs. R. W. Roeder and travel prize to Mrs. George Yager. Episcopalian Guild— The Ladles Guild of the Episcopal church meets Thursday afternoon at 3:30 ofclock with Mrs. Leslie Huff, and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter will be assisting hostess. Picnic for Vbdtor— A group of ten girls held a picnic Monday evening In honor of Elizabeth Kaln of DeKalb, Illinois, who has been visiting here the past ten days. and white roses. Her attendant wore a blue transparent velvet dress and icr bouquet consisted of yeltow gladlo- l and yellow roses. Mendelssohn's and Lohengrin's wedding marches were played by Miss xsuise Conradl, who also played "Savior Be Our Guide* during the ceremony. A wedding dinner was served Imme- AlVWWWWVWVWWMWVVWi CALL THEATRE Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5-6 Outdoor action. Remember full show after the night football game INTO Friday. IT SWEPT OBLIVION ALL THAT HAS GONE BEFOREI Edna Ferber's Colossal Sunday and Monday, Oct. 7-8 The grand picture of 1934 Onry showing in northern Iowa. Drive for 50 miles to se>e this onej GEDP.D.EAB11S5 News. Musical World 'Journey to Central America. Vltaphone, "How Do I Know It's Sunday." home of the groom's parents. Union Clnb Meeting— Another very successful club meet- ng the second one of the new club year, was held by the Union mothers ind Daughters club at the home of County Federatlm Meeting— The Federated clubs of Kossuth county held their fall meeting Tuesday at the Baptist church. Hostes clubs were: Algona Woman's club, W. C. T. TJ., Tuesday dub, Progressive club and the J. J. club, LuVerne. A one o'clock luncheon was served. During the business sessions, Mrs. Mabel Samson, chairman, wae appointed delegate to the district meeting at Dennlson next Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Ella Thompson is the alternate. A talk on Citizenship was given by Mrs. Gordon Elliott of Des Molnes which was very Interesting. A musical reading! by Mbs Chapman of LuVerne followed and a play, "Incurable Optimist" by Marion Corey, isabeUe Oreenberg, Esther Pratt and Da Leffert, under the dOreetfon of Mrs. Elsa Ooeders was given next and a piano solo by Mrs. Ray Stone of LuVerne was last on the program. The nexf. meeting will be on March. 1st and the hostess clubs will be those from Fenton, Hurt and Tltonka.. Auditory Meeting— The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Friday night at 7:30. The new officers will be Installed by Mrs. Lester Lease of Wesley, county Auxiliary chairman. Each member is asked to bring two glasses of Jelly, jam or preserves for a supply shelf for undernourished children. This Is dues paying meeting and one membership will be grvdn as prlzs. There will also be a door prize. Mrs. M. G. Bourne will sing as part of the program. Thfcs will be followed by refreshments wh!th are In charge of Mrs. Milton Norton, Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Antelope Steak Dinner- Ten coupka were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Franki Tuesday even- Ing at a 8:30 antelope steak dinner. This special treat and delicacy was brought by John from Wyoming where he had been on a business trip. The steak was described as being dark like venison but having a much sweeter taste. Bridge was the diversion of the evening; and high score prizes went to Mrs. B. H. Miller and W. P. Hemphill. Westminister OaOd— The Prebyterlan Westminister Guild Circle will meet with Qlendora Burbank. Saturday afternoon, October 6th, at a o'clock. Devottonals—Elat Station by Annette Hanson, Chapter one of Japan and her People, by Marie Pommern- nlng, Chapters one and two of "Quid Mountain" by Ruth Butts. Mbs G*de Hostess— Miss Meta Gade, nurse at tbe Kossuth hospital, was hostess at a 7:30 dinner at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson Tuesday evening. SU couples were present and spent the after dinner hours at cards. High score prlae went to Raymond Wehler and low to Mrs. Raymond Wehler. Party Given for Viator— In honor of Miss Elizabeth Fosholdt of Long Beach, California, Miss Helen Dingley was hostess at a bridge party Friday night during Miss Posholdt'a visit here. Bridge was played at three tables and the high score prize went to Mrs J. L. Bonar. Miss Fosholdt received a guest prize. Light Bearer* to Meet— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will where a election of the alumni; association had been held and where he had been elected secretary. Work has been started by CHeo. L. MUler, contractor, on the construction of a house for Abner Long.. "Etasbouse, which will be a story and a half high, will be situated on the comer lots of McGregor and Minnesota streets and wfll face the north. Thes* ttt*. »t one time the Pee Wee golf oourse» were bought this spring by Abner from Melcar Haggard. "Ab* states tBat Ms Idea in building the house was to pat more men to work. Mrs. Rose McClay andl hwr aon-in- law, Harry Swope of Helena, Montana, arrived in Algona Monday morning for a few days' visit with the former's sister, Mrs. A. D. Richards.. Mrs. Richards' son, M. O. Rlcrmrds and wife of Lorw Rock spent Monday with Mrs. Richards and Tuesday, toe above named parties visited at ttoe A L. Greenfield home in Sextom. MES- MeClay and Mr. Swope plan to itelli to Illinois before returning to ttteir Ben*. Mrs. Ralph Horlgan moved her household belongings from 522 S. Jones street to Spencer Monday morning of this week. MR Borlgan, who was formerly a partner h» the Brownell Shoe store, has been clerking in a shoe store in Spencer for some time but Mrs. Horigan Dad contftraed to live here until now. The honse was sold by the Horlgans to Antone DWrlcksen. The house, wMoh is located across the street north from the Wdricksen home,. is now for rent. Oh Yeah! 1 Well, rm buying my shells at Ohanbte Stores, where I kr.oiw ,he shells am right—and I can sasrc money. *° Long** | Home Made Hamburger Long's Home Made, ik sausage.. ^•w^*"" — Long's Food Shop Same old NEAT, CLEAN and PLEASANT Place Chocolate Drops and Giun Brops, special this week, pound "OUBWANT ADS BRM» ..Ik RICHARD D I X IRENE DUNNE IITIUl TAYIOI MM M«y Ollvar Tuesday-Wednesday, Oct. 9-10 Wllla Gather's powerful story with the grand actress Barbara Stanwyck IQSTUMV ..STOW Of TOE LOVE-DEATH Up m»n and b«*»t» • Directed by Wesley Kagglet Barnes Serial and News. Comedy, Ahead." Thursday and Friday, Oct. 11-12 Matinee Thursday at 2:30 News and Pictorial •Three Chumps BELLJ.OF NINETIES Saturday, October 13—Sunday, October 14 Eoad Show—Mysterious Smith Company Marie Bode last Thursday afternoon with forty members and daughters present. Mary Keefe was the assisting hostess. Roll call was "Hinto on Canning", music "SUvET Chimes," a piano solo, was played by Lucille Bode. The club song was sung by the members. A paper, "Modern Inventions in the Home", written by Elizabeth Kohl, was •ead by Winifred Friday. Another paper, "Songs that Live" was read by 3arrle Bourne. Lunch was curved by he hostesses. Guests were: Mrs. John Caughlln and daughter, Drusilla, Mrs. John McEnrce and daughter, Patricia, Mrs. Cecil McGlnnis of Algona, Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Lone Rock. The next meeting will be with Amelia Engstrom on October llth. She will be assisted by Winifred Jergenson. Roll call, "Why I Vote". music by Herbert and Howard « strom and a paper on "Intelligent Voting" will be the program. Plum Creek Literary Society— ThePlum Creek Literary club held the third regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Regina Baas, with Mrs. Lydia Sampson assisting. Roll call was "My First Auto Ride" and was very amus ing. A talk was given by Mr. MacDou gall, representative of Ford Motors, o "The Progress of the Ford," and a fin paper which was prepared by Mrs ( Viva Hoover, but in her absence, read by Mrs. Beryl Moyer, on "Mechanical Panning and its Effect, on Our Country" was next on the program. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses. The next regular meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Maude Jergenson, October 10th, with Mrs. Ella Hutchins assisting hostess. Roll call will be "Famous Artists." Legion and AuxCiary Meeting- A county meeting of the members of the Legion and the Auxiliary was held Thursday night of last week at Bancroft with about two hundred present. Those from here who attended w-re: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker, Mr. and Mrs. W C. Irclan, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morri- ;,cn, Mr. and Mr;.. Ted Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wray, Mr. and Mrs. Tl'ieo Herbs!, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harig, Mr arid Mrc. Harry Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. John Dutton. Mrs. M. A and Fred Bartholomew Mrs Harold Gllmore, Mrs. C. W Morck. Mi.ss Ebtelle Arnold, Mat' Strtlt and John Mornyer. Provide for Needy Families— The American Legion Auxiliary o tr:e United States have pledged them selves to give OIK- million glares o jelly, jam or preserves so that lh< needy veterans and their families a. well as all othtr families will h;\v nourishing spread for their bread this winter. Each member of Americai Legion Auxiliary and any friends desir ing to help in this worthy caow. ar c asked to bring two or more glasses o '! jelly, jam or preserves to American Legion Auxiliary meeting Friday night. meet at the church Saturday afternoon, October 6, at two o'clock. Arlene Baldwin is hostess, and Avada Bingaman has charge of the devotionals. There will be an election of officers. D. A. R. Meeting— The D. A. R. will meet October 9, at :30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Flora Norton. Mrs. Catherine Gilmore and »Irs. Lucille Smith will be assisting lostessejs. The program will be in harge of Mabel Paxson. Nurses Have Party— Mrs. Nita Isaacson and Marie Richer entertained twelve nurses Saturday evening at the Kossuth hospital at a party for Mrs. Wm. Finn. Bridge was played and a luncheon served later. Entertain Bishop— Members of the alumni of the Boston University who attended the Methodist conference entertained Bishop Magee Friday evening at a dinner given at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Delphian Meeting Wednesday— Delphian* will m«et next Wednesda at a one o'clock luncheon at the Coun try Club house. The after-lunch pro gram will consist of a talk on Ancien jlvuization by Mrs. Minnie J. G'oate. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Laird of Storm _ake w,re Sunday guests of Mr. and ilrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clark and Mrs. Ro'e Brown spent last week at he Century of Progrtss in Chicago. Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse and Rev and Mrs. Victor Schuldt were called U West Union Monday by the lllntss of a sister of the former. They returned Tuesday night. Mrs. W. C. Steele and her brother, Charles Humphrey of Charles City, left Wednesday morning of this week for Waterloo to attend th-.- Caltle Congress for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ht-nely and their daughter and Mrs. Walt Kelllng and grandson visited at the George Henely home Sunday. Btn Henely and Mrs. Kelling are bister and brother of Mr. Henely. Mrs. J. W. Little attended the Mis- .si..sip[n Vall.y dhrutmas Sqal conference held at Cedar Rapids September 21, 'M and 29th at Hotel Moiur'ise. Tlie Chrbtmas Seal Bale will begin tbt day after Thanksgiving and end the day before Clirblmas. Mr. and Mrs. George Henely have rented the home of Mrs. K. J. Rawson, who is making an extended visit with her sons and daughters. Mr. Henely is employed with the lowu Highway com- and has been living here since Woman's Association— Tin Woman's Association of the Congregational church will meet ou Thursday (today." at u ou^r o'clock luncheon at the church. Mrs. T. P. Harrington's circle will serve. P. E. O. Meet at Members of the P. E. O. held a meeting W^due^day afternoon a.t Lakuta at UK: home of Mrs. Vera Williams, formerly Vera Ogren. Program was in charge of Miss Luclu. Wallace. April. Mr. and Mrs. Henely have three sons, Richard, Robert and Ray. who attend th« academy. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley just received word that their sou. William, who L> now designing engineer at the Pick Manufacturing concern at West Bead, Wisconsin, had attended a. meet. lug of Marquette men In Milwaukee, She may be old fashioned— but ihe's tile girl for me. That old-fashioned Trade-In Tir« Sale at GajnJales -They have saved nut plenty before aJid what a Caving I'll make now— Low as $3.25 exch. 40 CHRISTENSEN BROS. CO. 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