The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 18, 1934 AGNES BESCH, ARTHUR THILGES WED AT WEST BEND; DANCE AT LIVERMORE Popular Couple's Ceremony Witnessed by Many Friends St. Joe: On Tuesday momlne at o'clock at Ste. Peter and Paul's chun* In West Bend. Antes, tiaucehter of Mr and Mrs. George Besch. became th bride of Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs Josetih Thitoes. the Rev. P. M. Dob bersteln officiating. The bride wore an ankle tengtfti white satin dress witt cao-shaoed veil. She carried a bou auet of trtnk and white roses and car nations. Sho was attended bv her els ter Laura. The sroom was attended bv his brother. Alovsllis. A retention for the bridal oartv and fortv relatives was held a*, the home of the bride' Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Georee Besch A wedding dance was given at Liver more hall the same evening bv the newlvweds. The couole will be at honn on the Stewart estate farm which Ar thur has been farming the oast few years. After March 1 thev will move to the Zelmet estate farm near Otto sen. . Mr. and Msr. Mat* Kirsch were Le- hlgh business callers Saturday. The Rev. George Theobald was a Des Molnes business caller Friday. Mrs. M. Hanlfan and Thomas scent Sunday at the John Freillnizer home Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer of Irv- Ington soent, Sunday with the Wm Hammer family. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker were Sunday dinner gussts at the Alex Elschen home near St.. Benedict. Mrs. John Thul. Mrs. George Thul and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner visited with relatives in Clarion Thursday. Adotoh and George Eroeldlng from Watkins. Minn., arrived here Tuesday for several weeks' stay In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirsch and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Erickson of Port Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Backer. Emma Becker and Eugene Thul soent Sunday afternoon with Sister M. Oeor- ffene at Pocahontas. Mrs. M. Hanlfan and Thomas went to Liver-more Sunday night and are spending this week with the former's son. Bernard and wife south of Livermore. Mrs. Bernard Devlne and Margaret Jennings returned home Monday from a week's visit in Chicago with the John FBedtnes. They also attended the world's fair. Josenh and Peter Becker returned home Saturday evening after a week's triu ttiroush the Dakotas. Thev scent most, of the time with their brtoher. Edward at Jamestown. North Dakota. Banns of marriage were oublished Sunday In St. Joseoh's church for Gertrude, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klenoer of near West Bend and Leonard Wevdert. son of Nick Wevdert of this olace. Word has been received her* from the Mavo hosoltal at Rochester that Agnes Berte underwent a malar OD- eration last week Tuesday and is doing nicely. Her father. Charles Berte Is with her. The Peter Redbup. Jtm Redinzs. Will Reding. Mike Redlnga. Nick Red- Inns, John Friders and Mrs. Lucv Wagner and son*. Nicholas and OrvUle were all Sunday suooer guests at the John B. Reding home. Word was received here bv relatives last week of the birth of a son on October 9th to Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert of near Wesley. The infant was baptized Robert. John. Soomors were Mrs. Matt Hilbert and Mike Gengler. Word was received here bv relatives that Mrs. Mike Schumacher of Whit.- temore who has been a oatlent at the Meiw hosDltal at Port Dxlge. has been taken to ithe St. Marv's in Rochester and is in a verv critical condition. A surprise birthday oartv honorine Norbert Prid€rs was (riven Thursday evening at the John Friders home. The invited ETOUD met at the Warner home and from there went to the Friders home. The evening was soent in olav- Ing games. Lunch was served at a late hour. TTTONKANEWS Has Birthday Party Mrs. Miller Nelson, west of town, held open house on Tuesday for her relatives and friends it being her birthday. Those who called were: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bonacker. Mr. and Mrs. George Bonacker. Miss Nellie Nelson. Mfes Julia Nelson. Mrs. Carrie BOnacker. Albert Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson of Crystal Lake, and Miss Mildred Nelson and Jennings Erickson of Crystal Lake. Form Republican Club After the republican rally last Tuesday night a republican club was formed with A. M. Petersen, president: J. L. Miller, vice president and Mrs. W. J. Denton, secretary. Mrs. Leo Marks of Eldora is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Miller Nelson and husband. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergasf. drove to Mason Citv Pridav evening to hear u lecture. Wm. Stenzel. Lewis Huber and W. J. Denton spent last Thursday at Lake Washington. Mrs. John Bovken' and Mrs. Marie Bovken of Woden were Titonka visitors Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rlke west of town, returned home Pridav from a week snem. at the world's fair. Mrs. Claire Helfner of Des Molnes Is spending the week visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winter and ions. Reggie and Herbert. Jr.. visited r ridav at the W. J. Denton home. Mrs. M. E. Larson and son of Port- and spent last week at. the World's Fair in Chicago, returning home Wednesday night. Mrs. Bert Reese spent the week end at Estherville attending to moving and caring for furniture in storage during heir residence there. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hansen and heir children of Bricelvn. Minn., came own Sundav to visit at the parental iasmus Hansen home. Mrs. Florence Reaser is driving a new Butck coupe. Mrs. Reaser teaches 9 miles northeast of town in Grant ownshio in Winnebago county. John Fred€rick Wentz son of Mr. nd Mrs. Fred C. Wentz. entertained bout 20 of his little friends at a wiener nd mar&hmallow roast Wednesday ev- ning. Rasmus Hansen. who has been a pa- knt at the hospital at Iowa City for our weeks, returned home Wednesday venlng feeling much better after two Derations. Howard French accompanied Mrs. ee Q. Wolfe and Esther Askln to Fort Jodee the first of the week to attend district meeting of the American led Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Meyer and son visited Tuesday evening in Woden at thp J. H. Kramer home. Mrs. Anna Shipley returned home with them for a short visit. Clarence Mechler, Jerry Schutier. Herman Tiarks and William Snear returned home the first of the week from Chicago where they spent a week at the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Loeschen entertained Mrs. Henry Post of Crescent City, HI., and tier daughter from Chi- caeo the oast week. They returned to their home Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur SohwettTie entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club. Mrs. H. I. Torgesen made High score. Mrs. Martin Blelch. second and Mrs. Ravjnond Krantg low. Kathrvn Gay Dunmlre. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. 0unmtr R celebrated her fourth birthday Saturday afternoon fay inviting about 15 of her little friend!' to help her enlov the day. Miss Edith Budlong and Miss Hazel of Hampton and Miss Edith Mae of Mason Citv spent the week end with their parents, returning to their respective places Sunday evening. Mrs. J. P. Fisher and her mother. Mrs. Jennie Ingham accompanied Mrs. M. 8. Craven to Algona Tuesday afternoon to the county council of the P. T. A. Mrs. Craven presided as county president. Mr. and Mrs. Jav Budlong. Mrs. Rov C. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reese attended Eastern Star chapter Tuesday evening at Burt. Past patrons and past matrons night was observed. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson and daughter. Maxine. drove to Greenfield. Iowa. Sundav to spend the dav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Otte and children. Mr. Peterson and Mr. Otis were buddies in the World War. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs. Dr. and Mrs. Hamstreet. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Schweo- pe attended the dinner and meeting of the republicans at Algona Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher and son. Stanley and mother. Mrs. Jennie Inz- ham drove to Waterloo Thursday where- Mr. Fisher attended to some business. Thev took their lunch and die it in the yard of The Little Brown Church." Mrs. Wm. Bovken entertained the Larkin bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe was high. Mrs. An. Schweppe low. Mrs. J. E. Blelch received the travel prize. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen. Mrs. J. E. Bleich and Mrs. R. L. Krantz were guests. Mrs. J. F. Fisher entertained at dinner Sundav in honor of her mother's 80th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Ineham and daughter. Helen of St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Fisher and dauehter. Audrey, and Stan- lev Fisher. The Inghams returned to iheir home Sundav evening, the mother accompanlng them to St. Paul for a short visit. Verdene Bovken. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wtti. Bovken. observed her 12th birthday Saturday afternoon. She had as her guests: Betty Kokesh. Patricia Ball. Alice Budlong. Jackie Callies. Jean French. Marv Jean RachuU Esther Fritz. Faith Paul. Darlen* Hlg- gins. Twylah Hamstreet. Marlorle. Peterson. Alvena Schwenoe. How Paul. Beverlv Ann Schweooe and Earl Schweppe. After the olavlng of various games guests were treated to a wiener roast. WHITTEMORE FOLKS WED 15 YEARS; HERMAN MAAHS BUYS OIL STATION Four Square Gospel DaUey and Meyers, Pastors Thursday at 7:45, "Divine Low." Saturday at 7:45, "Christian. Missions." Sunday at 2:30 and 7:45. You are a stranger here but once. Mifia Laura Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PeUr Johnston ot Pasr,- dena. California, came home with MLSA Edith BuUlomr Saturday < venlnz for a visit with old friends here. Her fath er. a former feeldent and business partner of J. J. Budlone in the lumber, coal and machinery business. In the afternoon Miss Johnston was entertained at the iCotous Tladen home, former neighbors. Announcement of Change in Ownership Several Whlttemore People Taken to Rochester; Other Community News Whlttemore: A number of relatives and friends surmised Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheller Monday evening. It being tiheir 15th wedding tfcffiiversarv. The evening was scent olavintr cards, after which lunch was served from the well filled baskets brought by the ladies. Bun on Station A deal was made the oast week whereby Hubert Meriren became nro- urietor of the Shsli oil station. Herman Maahs has had charge of it for a few years. It. Is not definite what Mr. Maahs will do as vet. "Will McCaulev of Mason City soent Sunday at th« P. J. Fuchsen home. Mrs. Amanda Voeel of Mlnonk. Illinois, visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien and family soent. Sundav with relatives at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ludwig of Algona scent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ludwie. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Parrel] of Waterloo soent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Parrell. Joan Felmlnsr. Irene McDonnell and Francis Bestentehncr were in Mason City on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White of Manil- la. Iowa, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Cullen. Mrs. Wm. Doolev and Mrs. John Waldron of EBtherville scent Monday with Irene Rooiwv. Jflbn Edward Burke of New Hamo- lon soent the week end with his father and other relatives. Alice Elsete returned home Sunday evening after s»£«dln* two weeks visiting relatives In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thldmann of Fairmont. Minn., suent Monday with her sister, Mrs. Fred Helnrich. Friends of Michael Fleming will be sorry to hear that he is ill. Patricia Weir, B. N.. is caring for him. Mr. and Mrs. James Oeelan and son. Jimmy, soent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schlltz at Fort Dodge. MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Kossuth County homes on our easy monthly payment plan. See us today. The Algona Building & Loan Ass'n Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. and Rortna went to Beoria. Tuesday mornine to visit relauve*. Mr. and Mrs. Chris BUnkman and *.wo sons of LuVerne. Minn.. «*»t; Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Joseph ftnd Catherine Kmnneter of Fort Madison, visited a few days with their uncle. John Uhlenhake and family. Lutheran Church M. A. SJostraBo, pastor The annual church bazaar and cafe- taria supper today. No confirmation class on Saturday. Morning worship next Sunday at 9 o'clock. _. . _ Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. m. Gay Parce Nite Club ....^L__,_ ~ --^ —> ^^^^^^^^^-ggugg NMMMMHIMMMMM Hand's Park, Fairmont, Minn. Grand Opening - Sunday, October 21 All old customers and new ones invited to bring their friends. Music by Ray Keyes and His 10 Piece Royal Ambassadors Cover Charge 25c 10 Big Turkeys Free November 27 Dancing every nlte ... big amplifying music system. No cover charge except on orchestra nites. Modern bands on Sunday, old time bands on Tuesdays. Anton Anderson and two sons, Holman and Everett have purchased the Oscar Anderson interest in the Anderson Riteway Grocery and Meat Market, effective Monday, October 1. All who contracted accounts previous to that time are kindly asked to call and settle. We appreciate your past business and invite you to shop here regularly or phone your orders for delivery. You'll like our meats and you'll find our grocery department complete with a good line of fresh fruits and vegetables. Anderson's wi 6 . Store Phone 34G We Deliver YJWVWJWVUWJWJWWW*^^ Algona's Greatest Bridge Table Offer "SAMSON" Bridge Tables See Novel Window Display )Tif/i r«6/e Tops That Will Go Through Fire and Water First Time Ever Featured ot $ 2 Its Superior Features! t. Strong enough for » man weighing Z09 Ibi. to stand on. a. Will not buckle or fold up accidentally. 8. Hot water will not stain It. i. Wet glasses leave no rim marks. B. Llgbted clgurets cannot burn it. 6. Practically an lodeitructlble card table. 7. Corners reinforced. Rustproof braces. Your old table its worth a dullar on any Samson Table O IWI retailing above £.VV Richardson Furniture Co. "Where Furniture Sell* for Lew" wwwww^^ jhevajaer •wiini jaa»^aa«»jii^^i»——i»^—— ENDS SATURDAY, OCT. 27th BOX END WRENCH SET Set of six wrenches—12 popular site*. Cadmium pUttd. Oct. Sal. Pike. 3* Single Bit Axe 3H-Ib.tlie.Oarre(iilar price S1.19. October §«Ie Price— IN TIRE Liberal Allowances for Old Tires HOW—Gamble's Gigantic Trade-in Tire Sale is now in foil swing. These tale price* are but • little higher than our extremely low price* at which we eold tires last January. These tire* are the Mine FIRST QUALITY PHARIS ROABOMPPERS that Gamble's have always told. Prepare your ear for whiter driving If OWI Old Tire* worth money mt Gamble'*—Ecehonf• Pries* Shown Reedf ripper 4 My Phi* Breakers Tire ReRnerc jl«,*.«0. 4.50, 4.TS. n» . Rubber Met |F«FortTor A. Oeto- Iber Sale Price— 49< I CBtTTOwt. f . L . , . - I Uatremllf«.!.... lUahrMMlIfe.2.... E 4.4041 4JO-J1 '4.39 *4.89 4.7S-J* &00-I* US-ll *5.49'5.90'6.50*7.25 MO-IS Enimdwura hi* Me* THE LOWEST OF LOW PRICES I "We've pot theie Hale prieei into effect bectute we know our customer! need tires and need lower prlcei. These sale prices are a rare opportunity to equip your ear with new rubber all around lor fall and winter driving. Longdrive. FA Mat ^-j——_ I'JJCM *4.49 Canvas Glovti Good h»«Tjr qailltj. Kalt wriiu. S«U Pric*. 3 - 35< QaUtwJ. 2P^r ..... 2M Flashlight Battery Fresh new stock. October S*U Pric* B*ch— QUICK WINTER STARTING A new battery NOW will put new life and pep Into your car for fall and winter driving when it is so neceisery. 39 Plate Battery Guaranteed on s Service Basis 4< 3>/ 2 e Eich. IniUUxl Frn MDiriFREBTKIAL Sup«-AcdT« 4SPUM SLM 31 PUt. S.n STPUM Fr*«x-o-m«tar S^te I 45e. October S«U Prk« | Hydrometer Ue Cup Greeie Ineet 4naUty. . ........... .. I Wtattr TruiunlHWn OrMM.SIb. Cu..«»« ! Window GUis It popoUi >liM—fwdr I nrt— I SltOiBClU* 5< Ladyfik* Wax Bablu^ Unttlf tntr wttk coll cloth. Oar B*ftOir Pric* We. Oc- ntettumol MM. C«rt. 29< Steve Pipe 6-Inch, 21 feu* •to*L aukk-lack jo&t*, 24 iach Uofth— •[••"'"Dotttte ^•'aeSTptKe I tit>l»°g^, price SAVE ON SHELLS I Gamble's High Base ACS Shells —highest grade obtainable — Dupont OvsJ or Hercules progressive burning oflwdex—chiUed shot. Per Boa of 25 98C Froit Shield I Celluloid—rtee-r to BV. etalL «HlM tachee. | Ou<U«der)»c70w*e- 29< eKxMfais. 4>s k/eU«lM...*Se . Radiator Camant ta kotoi. Po«UJr* I utiu. tLtftiu IJ*. I BiUPik.P.r Cu— 7< lo. A good quality shell loaded with smokeless Dowder. 65c Electric Dafrostar I Vuteai la wiadikUId. I Our B.juUi Ptic* Ut. October 8*1* Pric*— RADIO PRICE UCED! House Lamps Xcloo 15-JO-W Watt IZOVoltStU .-ff Price E»ch f* 1000-Hour Bulbs, 40 Watt, 120 Volt. Sale Price Eacb lie 12 Volt Iarmll|liL Sale Price Eech..._.lSc ALL WAVE CONSOLE RADIO This outstanding price reduction comes right at the peak of the radio season. This beautiful Coronado will bring you the cream of programs, whether from London, Peris, Berlin —short wave or local broadcast. Full vision airplane dial — automatic volume control—"super-bet" circuit. October Sale Cash Price Genuine Majestic Console ••Latest, most beautiful Majestic 1 ! I Newest to the floor til Aft! I I Cabinet October »39** I "B" Battery Fresh new stock. FuB 45 tolls. Our Kexular I price Me. October Price Rubber Shoe ScJei Afi aUes. Complete with cement aad buffer. Ketular, Pair Uc October Said Price— g* Pair Rubber Heel., Pair. .Te Bud Barnard, Mgr. SASV TUUU Coronado Battery Con*ole "Price Appeal Pius". Newest design cabinet Foreign reception wave band as well as regular wave band. Super-Heterodyne circuit. Full vision airplane dial. Automatic volume control. OctobeiStleCuhPricei | CompUte wltb Tubes ' lattery Majestic Mantel Mantel Receives raju- Receives rsio- lar broadcaits Ur «aie anl eod police cells. Belles cells. OutstaadiBf OUes 7-tube value. CenepleM racep:loa. wltb tubes SA4 •eeutitul cslii* betteries~** aeC Xxch. pffeii »55.95 »19.95 October Sei* Cash Pritee GAMBLE STORES 7* Roofing Now is the time to re-roof. Gamble'! is the roofing to use. felt ana asphalt roofing, both It Ib. and iS lb. carried. See your nearest store tor latest low prices. Algona Hotel 'Corner I <.JH t. i, O W N K D B '< Agency Store* at Clear Lake and Britt

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