The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
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The Algona tipper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1934 Weydert-KIepper NnpH»l»— Gertrude Klepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klepuer of West Bend And Leonard weydfert, son of Nick Weyderfc Of Bwle, wet* United in marriage Tuesday morning at nine o'clock at sts. Peter and Paul church at Whittemore. Father ftylMSa performed the cefcsmony Mf the ninety guests. LeRdf fcfepper, ~brother of the WWe, and Pauline wey- oert, niece of the groom, were the bridal couple's attendants. The bride wore H White satin gottn and her attendant was attired In a yellow taffeta dress. Following the double ring ceremony, a wedding dinner was served to the weddng couple and a few fttends at the Mike Klepper home. The couple are now at home en the farm Mr. Weydrrt has operated for the past few years. One O'clock Lunches- Mrs. D. E. Dewel. G. D. Shumway, A. IS. Kresensky and M. J. Strelt were hostesses at a one o'clock buffet lunch- con Wednesday of last week. Bridge was played In Mie afternoon with the guests seated at five tables. Mrs. T. H. Chrischiiies received the first prize, Mrs. W. D. Andrews the second Mrs. Don Nugent the third. . The same hostesres entertained at another one o'clock buffet luncheon Friday. Bridge was played at six tables. Mrs. tennis Ooeders received the lilgh score prize, Mrs. Joe Oreenbers the scond and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, the third prize. Alumni Ass'n Organized- Members of the three classes, 1932 33-34, who have graduated from St Cecelia's Academy m:t Monday even- Ing at the academy and organized an alumni association. The following of- flcci-s w?re elected: ph-esfldEnt, Evan Flnnell; secretary, Maurice McEvoy treasurer, Catherine Strelt; directors Alice Payne and Luclle Dole. Plans were made to sponsor a dance for the athletic association. The exact date of the dance has not been set, as yet but will be held In a few weeks. Honored at Party- Mrs. Karl Hoffman of Bancroft en- tertaiiKd at a bridge party Monday evening at her home in honor of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Dennis Hoffman Woman's Club Notice— The Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday afternoon at three o'clock wth Mrs. A. E. Kreseasky and Mrs. E. W. Lusby as (hostesses. Members are asked to be prepared to namo som etype of airplane In response to >rmed the roll call. The topic, "Man Begins to of about Fly." Is to be discussed by Mrs. H. M Potter. Miss Edith Reed will play several piano selections. One-Half Year Birthday- Jack and Jill, th? celebrated twins of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Claipsaddle celebrated Monday of this week In honor of the fact that they have passed the slx-mortth mark of life. Mfe. Jennie Vanderllnden and D. D. Clapsaddle were guests at the dinner at noon. Each of the twins were presented with an ang*l food cake during the dinner. Hard Time C. O. Dance— Fifty couples attended the Hard Time dance at the Country club house Monday evening and danord to Leonard Merklin's band. Ginsts came dressed in costumes in keeping with the occasion and the Imagination and Ingenuity used in their concoction, plus special fines and other amusements, added to the gaiety of the evening. and cf I/tMars who Is visiting at bhe Hoffman home. Those from here who attended were: Mrs. Joe Kelly, Mrs W T. Daughan. Mrs. Phil Kohihaas, Mrs. C. J. Scanlan, Mrs. Joe Harig and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. J. H. Sheridan of Bancroft was another guest. Gufld-LWu Bearers Meetings— The Presbyterian Westminister Guild circle will meet with Annette Hanson Saturday afternoon, November 3rd. at three o'clock. The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet Saturday afternoon, November 3rd, at two o'clock. Avada Blngaman will be the hostess and Alma Baldwin will lead the devotionals. Circle Elects Officers- Mrs. M. J. Pool's circle of the Wo man's Association of the Oongrega tionnl church in>:t with Mrs. K. D James Monday afternoon. Nlnetee were present and at the business meet ing elected officers. Mrs. Oliver Moe was elected president, Mrs. K. D James, vice president, and Mns. P. ; Christensen, secretary and treasurer. Presbyterian H. H. Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand so clety will meet at the horn: of Mrs Davod King Thursday afternoon (to day). These wishing a way out asked to meet at the home of Mrs Luther Fairbanks at 2 o'clock. Members are asked to take notice of the change made in that the hostesses wll serve the luncheon. BcFe Bridge Club— The eight members of the Belle jrldge club were the guests of Lillian rCressin Friday evening of last week Aft-r an evening spent at bridge, first >rize went to Lulu Kohl and second o Adris Peterson. Opal Meyer re- eived the travel prize, lulu Kohl, Srgrld Strom and Mabel Kohl were guests. Girl Stoats' Party- Meredith Richardson entertained the Girl Scouts and their leaders at a hard time party Monday evening. The guests, 11 nl all, came dressed for the occaslo and enjoyed a taffy pull. Miss Olscn and Miss Margaret Wilcox are the lenders of this organization. The leadership was recently resigned by Mr;. Lloyd Bohannon. wvwwvwrwvwi^^ CALL THEATRE Only the best shown here. We buy 'em all and cut out the weak ones. Wed., Thurs., Fri., Oct. 31-Nov. 1-2 Sunday Only, Nov. 4th 5cat ttr crowd—Matinees 1-3-5 ght 7-9 o'clock. They're com in;? rom all over Kossuth county to his big treat. ROAD SHOW WHO Des Moines Radio artists cli- •cct, from WHO to Algona. "Barn Dance Frolic" Lem and Martha, Louisiana Lou, 'erklna Hmkm, Windy Brown, Al Clauser and his Oklahoma Outlaws, Faye and Cleo and Jimmy Dunn Alice Faye In 4 '366 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD" Pun all the way. 8,000 in cast. Sat. Special, Nov. 3 Amprlcan Legion Auxiliary— The regular meeting of the American I/eglon Auxiliary will be held on Friday evening, November 2, at 7:30. November la membership month. Our unit has already reached Its quota having now 104 members. The organization is observing National Education week, November 5-11, and at this meeting, Mtes Minnie J. Coat* will give a splendid talk on Interesting phases of education. Committees will report oh the home talent show, also on the transactions of the two cabinet meet- Ings. The board Is studying the constitution and by-laws and citation" credit ifirstem. New TOiribeirshlp cards will be handed out on Friday evenV Ing. Mesdames Bertha Dau and Catherine McMurray will have charge of the refreshments and entertainments to follow. . , . •H*** Entertain tor Starrs- Mr, and Mrs. Abner Long entertained a group of friends Monday evening in honor.of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starr of Denver, who were visiting here the first of the week. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. H.. R. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Reed, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb, Miss M. J. Coate, Miss Ella Thompson and C. W. Nicoulin. The Messers. Starr, Cowan, Patterson, R-ced, Long and Nicoulin were members of the first Algona football team and Mr. Hutchins Joined the group the next rent. They were practically all m;m- of one of Miss Coate's star Latin classes also. The evening was spent vfciting, and refreshments wsre served. Flam Creek CInb— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met at the home of Mrs. Viola Kaln with Mrs. Mary Kaln assisting hostess. Roll call was answered with ghost stories. Maude Jergenson read a short, story. History of Hallowe'en was read by Mary Olsen^ England to America, a short story, was read by Lora Raney. The hostesses then served a two course tray lunch. The next Algona Bride Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, before her marriage was Margaret Habeger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeg:r of Algona. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. The young couple were united in marriage on August 29, at Mendota, 111. Algona is happy to welcome the young couple, and the marrlag.; unites two of the most: popular young people in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Harglreaves will give a wedding dano? this evening (Thursday), at the Kossuth fairgrounds. Eddie's Celebrities will p'ay. The Hargreaves have issued a general invitation to their many frtends to be their guests at the affair. meeting will be with Mrs. Anna Nauman with Mrs. Emma Crouch assisting hostess. Roll call will be Good Plays. P. T. A. Open House Night- Members of the P. T. A. are sponsoring agnln this year what they term 'open house night" Monday evening. Nov. 5, beginning at 7:45 at the Bryant building. AH parents of children n tho first six grades are invited to :ome that evening and go to the class- s Just as they are attended by the hildren. Each teacher will have charge of her own especial room. A hort business meeting will be held at he close of the schedule and refreshments served. Bridge Party Friday- Mrs. E. R. Morrison and Mrs. W. E. Laird entertained a group of ttvelr friend;, at six tables of bridge Friday evening at the home of the former. First prize went to Mrs. M. J. Party Thursday— Mrs. Frank Ostrum was the guest f honor at a surprise birthday party Iven at htr home Thursday evening, 'welve ladies gathered at her home ie fore part of the evening during Irs. Ostrum's absence and surprised er upon her return home. Cards were layed during the evening with Mrs. ?alph Brown receiving the first prk: nd Mrs. John Hardgrove the travel rize. The honoree alsa received many ifts. Refreshments which were brought y the gueits were served later. tues Paying Luncheon— The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methcdist church IK Id Its annual dues paying luncheon nt the church at a 1:15 luncheon Thursday with 76 women in attendance. Following the luncheon a short prcgram wafilven: vocal selection bv Mrs. A. K. Michel, fhort piny by four ladies, talk by Mrs. W. G. Muhleman nnd :i cornet solo by Ruth Malueg. Pour Hostesses— Irma Lee and Gwen Deal, Helen Chubb and Rita Will wtre hoste.sse.s Saturday evening at a Hallowe'en par- y given at the State Park in the heller nous?. The guests came dressed for the occasion and plaj'ed games during the evening. Dancing followed and a luncheon vrfas served Pater. Thlrtv-slx girls and bova were DKsent. L. O. A. Monthly Meeting- Members cf the L. O. A. class of ,he Congregational church held their monthly meeting with Mrs. E. J. Mur- Allen Jenkins li's a big thnli and fun show. "Burn 'em Up Baj-nes Serial, News and Comedy Program. Mon.-Tues., Nov. 5-6 !• Class Production ', Frederick March Constance Bennett Frank Morgan "THE AFFAIRS OF CELLINI" What a lover—what a lur! Mi-n fought him—women sought him. A necking party. The kins? wanted lo use a rope. The queen wanted to use h.r arms. And Vilaphone Musical "SONG OF FAME' New Ne'.vs Strrit, second to Mrs. W. C. Dewel and third to Mrs. A. L. Long. Attend Unit Meeting— Members of the Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church who attended a unit meeting of that society at Britt last Friday were: Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and Mrs. Ed Genrich. Entertains for Grandson — Mrs. I/ronore Peck entertained on Wednesday afternoon of this week for her grandion, Billy Stebritz, who observed his fifth birthday that day. Nine boys and girls played games during the afternoon and wrre served a supper at 5:30. Attend Conference Convention— Those ladles, members of the Women's Home Missionary society, who attended the conference convention held at Storm Lake Tuesday were: Mrs. L. J. Malucg, Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, Mrs. W. C. Steele and Mrs. Antone Anderson. Hostess at Two Tables- Mrs. John Dutton entertained her bridge club Thursday evening at two tables of bridge. Mrs. A. W. Amun- aen received the first prize, Mrs. Gl«n Tfc Qoflto Tuesday— Members of the Royal Neighbor club gathered at the home of Mrs. Ralph Brown, Tuesday afternoon, and spent the afternoon tlelng a qulit which will be,given to Miss Bonnstetter for welfare use. Luncheon for Ass'n— Mrs. E. R. Morrison's circle will serve el one o'clock luncheon for the Woman's Association at the Congregational church. Mis. B. M. 6outh«ate and Mrs. J. R. Hoerner will report on a meeting recently attended at Grinnell Boys Are Hosts— Louis Neville and Russell Buchanan were hosts Tuesday evening at a Hal- lowe'en party, given at the Neville home. Ten boys were guests and spent the evening playing games. A lunch was served later. Five Girls Entertain— Rosaline Holtzbauer, Frances Ann ZHtritsch, Betty Kohihaas, Pauline Zender and Patricia Matern enfcrrtaln- ed fit a Hallowe'en party Tuesday evening at the shelter house of the Statei Park. Twenty-seven guests were pre- c cnt and came dressed In costumes. Games and contests were the diversion of the vening and a lunch was served Inter. Surprised on Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Uring and son, Arlo Dean of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jarisen and son, Lament of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dagglt and three children of Clarion, Mrs. Robert Bowman of Algona surprised Clarence Bowman Sunday on his birthday. The day was spent Informally In visiting Past Matron Officers— A Past Matron meeting was held on Tuesday afternoon at the Masonic Temple. At the business meeting the following officers were elected: president, Mrs. E. W. Lireby; vice president, Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Roy Keen. Following th-s meeting those present were served a lunch, the hostesses being Mrs. A. J. Hertig and Mrs. Delia Carroll of Burt The members were seated at tables centered with candles and decorations for the room and table were carried out in Hallowe'en style and color. Candle Light Dinner— About sixty persons attended the cnndl" light dinner which was ho'.d on Tuesday evening at th? Congregational church under the auspices of the iyoung people's organization. Robert Harrington presided. During the dinner musical numbers were furnished by a trio composed of Miss Jeannette 3ocders, Mrs. R. B. Waller and Glen Raney. After dinner a short p!ay under the direction of Mrs. D. H. Goeders was presented by a group including Urs. M. G. Bourne, Isabel Oreenberg, Marlon Corey, Esther Pratt and Da LefTert. Betty Backus and Lawrence Mlsbach were in charge of the dinner which wns prepared by Mrs. D. P. Smith's circle. The dinners will be held regularly with the next one ten- :atively set for the first Tuesday In December. Baptist Ladles' AM— The Baptist Ladles' Aid meets at the parsonage with Mrs. Hueser on Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Lowmah, W. Bowman, R. Cook and Woolridge. Royal Neighbor Supper— The Royal Neighbors are serving a chickens supper to the public next Saturday, Novewber 3rd at the Legion hall. Serving win begin at five o'clock and the ladies promise ft tempting supper. Entertain Lows— The five ladles of a bridge club who received high scores- throughout the year entertained the four ladies who received low scores at a seven o'clock dinner at the Anderson Cafe Tuesday evening. Following the dlnnejr, the nine ladles adjourned to Dh« Geo. Ma'- honey home where bridge was played. Mrs. R. W. Roeders received the high score, Mrs. Mrs .Louis Lynk the low, and Mrs. John Dutton the travel prize. Hostesses were: Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Geo. Mahoney, Mrs. Loyalne Jensen, Mrs. Bert Cronan, Mrs. John Dutton. Guests were: MJs. Johh Hardgtwe, Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mrs. R. W. Roeder and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. SODA, FOUNTAIN ABotrf form O'CLOCK in the afternoon drop in at Behlmer's Algonquin confectionery for a soft drink. It'll make a big difference. McMurray, feccnd prize. Mrs. B. E. Hllstcdt was a guest of the club. Seventh Birthday Celebration- David Laing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto B. Laing. ci-lebratcd hi.; .'.eventli birthday Tuesday and Invit-.d twelve 3oys in to his party that evening.. Games were played and refre.shnu'nt > were rcrvcd lat r by Mrs. Laing. Idle Hour Bridge Club— Members cf the Idle Hour bridge club met at a on: o'clock covered tlLsli luncheon Wednesday of thU week, given at the home of Mrs. A. L. Peteron. Bridge was t^.e diversion of the afternoon, Guests at Sunday Dlnn Oueata who were present Sunday at a dinner at the Lester Wlllson home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptmann cf Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen of Lone Rock and Florerlee nad Leon Dehnert. ;agh Thursday evening of last week.i — ::— Following the business meeting, M«.| Hallowe'en Party Saturday— L. J. Dickinson gave an Interesting, Thelma Mines, daughter of Mr. and talk on social life hi Washington. Forty members were present. Mrs. Johnson Hoateoi— Mrs. Carroll Johnson was, hosinss Friday night at a bridge party for her guest, Mrs. John Scanlon of Freeport, Illinois. Bridge was played at three tables and Adris Ptterson received the first and travel prizes. The honoree received a guest prize. Betty Laird Hostess— Bi:ttv. dauirhter of Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Laird, was a hostess to her Sunday School clam and a few other guests Saturday evening at a Halowe'en party. After an evening of playing various games the guests servt'd waffles and bacon. Wed.-Thurs., Nov. 7-8 Extra Special Importance of this w ad^rful production forces two matinees. One each day at 2:30. Helen Hayes Brian Ahearne Madge Evans in Jainta M. Barric'i "WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS" Friday and Saturday, November 9 10 coiman BUUDOG DRUMMOND STRIKES BACK" M. E. Ladies Aid— The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday for a 1:15 lunch.on. Mrs. Wallace McDougall's divtaon will serve. Mrs. Wllev Hlnes. entertained Saturday evening at a Hallowe'en party for 18 (flrl friends. Delphian Meeting—' A Delphian meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Mabel Paxson on Wednesday afternoon, November 7. Herbert Adams Democratic Candidate for Constable Your Vote WiU be Appreciated. 44* Turn Your Back Do you know that, th; most beautiful utck line (and necklines are important now* has three points at Uie nape of the neck A long pcint in the center hollow and two tJiori one* on tither aide. Do you know that you should comb your hair with a tortoise shell comb, because it is the oiint- composition as the hair and maltes it lie smooth and fiat iu- stiatd of creating electricity. DO YOU KNOW THAT YOUR. HAIR SHOULD BE CUT AND FI1TED TO YOUR HEAD in the same way that a fitter cuts your dreiw? All such things you learn from Mrs. Dailey as she combs and swirls aud cu;s ycur hear. Mrs Dailey thinks tli« back of your hcki iu more important than the front, not because the minute you turt. yuur back your friends will criticize yoJ. but because it thows the shape of your head. Mm. I>ailey uow gives a ipiral permaiu-iit wave within the of ally Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Sboppe Plume B03. Read The Want Ads—it Pays. ENJOY THi "388 ' ..-.•'^•Vf^ r "v-.vt',v«;«>;vrF FALL'S SMARTEST Ties, ,Straps and Pumps —Designed for Comfort and Smart Distinction Shoes of distinction—Autumn's cleverest new inspirations in flattering pumps, straps and ties. Scores of lovely models are arriving every day— and we invite yon to come in and see the smart new trends in footwear. You'll find stunning suedes, kidskin, and calf leathers—or unusual combinations. You'll be delighted with the values—because our range of moderate prices will fit the thrifty budget. Christensen Bros. SHOE DEPARTMENT The Facts About The HERRING BUILDING Southeast Corner 10th and Mulberry Streets—Des Moines, Iowa Called by Democrats the "MULBERRY BUILDING" How Democratic Administration Is Making Iowa Tax Payers Pay Off the Mortgage on The Herring . Building and Pay Profit to Owners of $72,000.00 f r Mulberry Realty Co. Waa organized on Jane 12, 1932 as IOWA CORPORATION, Incorporators, Mose Cohen, and Sidney Mandlebaum, for years close personal friends and supporters of OOV. CLYDE L. HERRING. On June 18, 1932, shortly before his election as Governor, HER- RINO turned the HERRING BUILDING over to his friends of the MULBERRY REALTY 00. for "ONE DOLLAR and other good and valuable consideration." (See Book 1176, Page 221, Lease Records, Polk County, <y> . • * Iowa.) Immediately after GOVERNOR HERRING'S LIQUOR COMMISSION was appointed, it RENTED the HERRING BUILDING from GOVERNOR HERRING'S FRIENDS of MULBERRY REALTY CO. for 5 years at RENT OF $120,000.00 PAID BY IOWA TAX PAYERS. The Herring Building Had previously been used as a Ford garage and for GOVERNOR HERRING'S Campaign Headquarters no IOWA TAX* PAYERS PAID $52,837.82 More to make building Fit To Use. The Liquor Commission, in order to so squander the money of the IOWA TAXPAYER, refused to accept several suitable building* OFFERED AT ANNUAL RENTALS OF BETWEEN $6,000 and $8,000 PER YEAR. Here Are The Facto: > Actual Value Herring Building $07,438.00 (At found by Polk Co«nty Aeeeeor.) j $100,000.00 MORTGAGE J What Herring Building Cost Iowa Taxpayers BENT „.. $120,000.00 • Years at 124,000 • y«*r. REPAIRS 52,837.82 (Paid by State) Mulberry Realty Co. paid (1,000.00 TOTAL $172,837.82 (Coet to Taxpayer*.) Less 100,000.00 (Amount necessary to pay off Mortgage.) PROFIT $ 72,837.82 To Herring FRIENDS, plus BUILDING FREE from MORTGAGE. Itemized Actual Cost ,! Of Repairs Made to Herring ' Building a. General Contract and Wiring 142,94242 b. Plumbing and Heating . 6,387.67 c. Sprinkler System 1 ( M3.1» d. Elevator .1,100.00 e. Awnings -—_____ 1M.74 f. Window Guards , g. Architect's Fees - « Vote For Dan Tmmr And Put An End To This .-L a! Committee.

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