The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1934 · Page 12
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"m The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 15,1934 WESLEY NEWS, SOCIAL ITEMS OF PAST WEEK; MANY PARTIES HELD Wedding Anniversary; Visitors from Wisconsin; Club Meetings Tom B~afne Honored W<sley: Mrs. Anna Lillic, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Goctz and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schrauth and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, all of Wcs- Jey, together with other relatives and friends numbering fifty, attended a birthday party at the Call State Park Sunday, Nov. 4th, honoring Tom Blalne who that day celebrated his 86th birthday anniversary. The picnic dinner WAS planned and served by two of his granddaughters, Gladys and Bcrnice Jensr n. Observe ZOlli Date Sunday marked the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lorenz, and a happy day it was, for shortly before noon the Frank Kratoch- vili and Joseph Lorenz families of Britt walked in on them with well filled baskets and together they enjoyed a very festive dinner in honor of the occasion. The guests also brought with them a huge prettily decorated wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz came to Wesley about tm years ago, and have operated a service station ever since. At first Mr. Lorenz managed a garage, later disposing of the same to Mr. Landers. born to them last w-cek. This is their third son. Miss Irma Dee Benton returned to her nurses' training work at the Twin Cities Sunday following a day or two here with her home folks. Miss Irene Haynes, student nurse at the Mercy hospital at Mason City spent Saturday night and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Havre's. Auxiliary Meeting The members of the American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Thursday night with Mrs. Clara Krdmann hostess. It was voted to sponsor the annual Red Cross membership drive which began this week Wednesday with Mrs. Ruth Carman, Miss Margaret Flom and Mrs. Josephine Mteurer, assisting Mrs. Ann M. Kunz, local Red Cross chairman, in the drive. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary are holding; a bake and food •ale at Kouba's food market Saturday. Nov. 17, beginning at 11 o'clock. Proceeds will be used for the organization of a Junior activities group within the Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grattidge drove to Clarion Friday night, where Mrs. Grattldge attended Eastern Star lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young of Tl- tonka are the parents of a baby boy Richardson Furniture Company Clarence Haverly who is employed on a large dairy farm near Garner, was a week end visitor here at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Haverly, his parents. Miss Tlicrla Eisenbacher is tonchin<r the third and fourth grade pupils in the parochial school this wrok. stfb- Ftituting for Sister M. Hermine who is ill. The Congregational church is sponsoring a fellowship dinner at thoir church next Tuesday night. Nov. 20. which will be followed by church services. Miss Ivyl Marie K'.mz returned to St. Paul Thursday noon where she has resum-cd her nurses' training following a two weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Henry Kunz. Miss Ida Young is at Titonka where ylie is keeping house for her brother Albert and doing practical nursing fo Mrs. Young and her Infant son born last week Tuesday. Mrs. George Aldrich, Mrs. Earli Punke and Miss Isabel Kerrins wer guests at the Thursday bridge club entertained lost week at the home o Mrs. J. L. Gratidge. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding and fam ily of th* Irvington-Bode neighbor hood were pleasant Sunday dinner guests at the home of his cousin, J T. Meurer and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gesme and fam- ly of Emmons, Minn., and the Ed Gesme family or Lake Mills were Sunday guests at the home of their sister Mrs. L. L. Lease, Sunday. Mrs. Guy M. Butts and her sister Mrs. J. E. Gkason, and Mrs. John Amesbury drove to Mason City Wednesday where they spent the day attending "Greater Mason City Day." Mrs. Delia Carmody returned to her home at Danville, 111., Friday night having been in w«sley visiting relatives since the death and burial of her brother, Henry Kunz, a fortnight ago Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Mrs. F. A. Diekmann and Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant will Ixr hostesses to the members and Wends of the Methodist Ladies Aid at the church basement next week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Furst and family of Lakota. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furst and family of Clear Lako were Sunday guests at the home of their sister, Mrs. Harry Mathahs and family. Mother Superior and a St. Francis Sister of the convent at Milwaukee arrived in Wesley the fore pan of this wetk for a brief visit with the six Sisters in charge of the local parochial school. "Cap" and Adam Wolf have turned to their work on one of the Schermerhom dairy farms at Waubum. Minn., following a visit with their father, Frank Wolf, and other members of the family. Grandma Kunz. Grandma McCutch- In. Mrs. Henry Kunz and Ivyl Marie Mrs. Ann M. Kunz and Mrs. Delia Carmody were entertained Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehlcr nt Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Citorgc Aldrich and Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Daw.son entertained at three tables of bridge at the formers' home last wov.k Monday night. Thi> I'amily prize wns awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Daw.son for holding high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pavlk of Em- nn'tsburg were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Edith Henderson. Little Billy, who hud been with his grandparents since the middle of the we--k, returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hall of Chenoa. ill., arrived here Saturday morning to spend a few days visiting lit i broth--.r, Rodney. Their sisters, Leota, of New Ricliland, and Leona cf For':/ City, were also home visitors over thr; week end. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bralty and Ethel were gue.sts at the home of her Ms- t<r, Mr.s. A. E. Rasmtissen and f.-imilv at Pore.st city, Sunday. Tin; Carl and Arthur Emmons. families of Emn:oir Minn., were also uue.-Ls at the H.vmu.s- .sen home. Mb.'; L-'lia \Vi.--tcr .-p-nt from Saturday until Monday at the home at her parents. Mr. and Mrs. We.iU-r and Alan took her back to Aine.s and h.-i work Monday morning, and from ther.: w-uit <in to Des Moines where thtj .spent the day. Aunt Jennie Wadbworth of Algonn was a very welcome visitor at the horn- of her friend. Mr.s. Susie Gray last Friday afternoon. She accompanied Mr.v Raym::nd WehL r to We.-.ley, who .-unit the afternoon here with her motner. Mrs. Ann M. Kunz. Mr. and Mr.s. Fred & ntele and family accoinpani«l by Mr.s. Site Sko'.v and Harold and Mr.s. Herman Carlson drove to Boone Sunday morning where they t-ixnt the day with their .sisU-r, ML-;s Anna Jr.hiison, home economics instructor m the .schools there. Tii,.- M-.sdanua Marie Kunz. i>u i • 'The Captain Hates The Sea", But Not The Gal! Victor McLaglen, Himself "The Captain Hates the Sea," Is the title cf the feature picture, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week at the Call Theatre. Victor McLaglen and Wynne Gibson are pictured In the above picture, which may give you some idea cf what keeps the captain's mind occupied while he isn't busy hating the sea. Every cloud has its silver lining. Victor. Pfiflner. Clara Erdmann, Clotilda Hutchison, Clara J. Haverly and Emma Olson drove to Mason City Sunday Where they attended the reception of a class cf new members into the Catholic Daughters of America lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haverly and family of Bloomer, Wis., arrived In Wesley Saturday and visited until the middle cf the w-cek with his mother Mrs. Agatha Haverly, his several brothers and sisters, and her sister, Mrs. Frances Moe and brother, Albert Davis, at Algona. Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty, Rev. Sam Polovina and the W. W. Sturdivant family were entertained at Saturday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frnnzen. The McNultys and Rev. Polovina, guest speaker at the Methodist church have been entertained by a goodly number of homes of the church members during the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Goslin and family of Clarion were Sunday guests at the home of his brother, C. W. Goslin. The Gosllns enjoyed a pleasant visit from his mother, Mrs. Goslin cf Clarion and his sister, Mrs. Fred Johnson of Des Moines, last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Johnson is department child welfare chairman for Iowa for the American Legion Auxiliary organization. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba and Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., were host and hcitess at a bridge party held on Wednesday night at the Kouba home Tor members of their Thursday bridge club and their husbands. Four tables of bridge were in progress with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley recipient of the family prize for holding high score Door prize was awarded to K. R. Rowley. A number of members and friends of the Royal Neighbor lodge enjoyed the card party at their hall Saturday afternoon with both bridge and five hun- Ired being tlw. diversion of the aftor- loon hours. Prizes in bridge were giv- n to Mr.s. John Hutchison and Mrs. :nrle Punke. and in five hundred, to Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. John Lceblg. Refreshments were served by a committee in charge. Last Thursday marked another birthday anniversary of Mrs. Wm. Sturdivant and accordingly, the Royal Neighbor lodge members very n ally sprung a happy surprise party in her honor in the afternoon. Mrs. Sturdivnnt h-v; rx-rn oracle of the lodge for a number of yars. Gifts were left with tlvir beloved nelchbor, in ivmombranco of Ire day and the guests all enjoyed a fine lunch and a nice afternoon. The Arthur Haverly family of B'.oi- ir.rr, WK, and the J. L. Haverly, Alf Stiider. Ifrnry Haverly, James Hav- erlv and A. L. KU-inp. t'-r families, all of WV^ley. and the Casper Kuper tam- ilv <~! Hampton togethfr with Grandma Ai'alha Haverly all enjoyed a family :"irhi :'in:; a', their par-ntal home White's Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS Sardines in Oil, 3 for Peas No. 2 can, only _ Peaches No. 10 can 10r!Sweet Corn * V ^ No. 2 can only __ 1 ft r Brooms 49 r ? reen handle — - " 39 C Red Cherries 49 C 13c No. 10 can Macaroni 13r Matches or Spaghetti, 3 pkj i three boxes Sunday afternoon. In the evening all the relatives congregated at the A. L. Klelnpefc-r home where a delicious oyster stew supper was enjoyed. Rotary Official Here The Algona Rotary club and the Rotary Anns attended a dinner at the Hotel Algona, Monday evening, in honor of the district governor of Rotary from Des Moines. The official delivered a talk and following the dinner a meeting of committee heads was held, and problems of the club and similar topics discussed. NO MATTER WHAT you have to sell, there's a buyer waiting. Use a want ad. 12 WfflTTEMORE STUDENTS CAST IN SCHOOL PLAY Academy Juniors to Present Dramatic Talent on Sunday Evening WhiUemore: The juniors of Presen tatlon academy will stage a play en titled "Climbing; Rose" at the academ hall Sunday .evenlne:. The cast o characters include Pauline Weydcrt Kathryn Kirschbaum, Mary Bauman Elizab'th Keene, Dorothy Loebach. Ber nico WlnkPl. Lenor? Elbert, Raymond Besch, Thomas Farrell, Edward Ford Leo Conway and Marvin Weydert. Wm. Oliver spent Sunday at hfe home at Wa^eca, Minn. Will McCauley of Mason City spen Sunday at the Frter Foxsen home. Mrs. Chan Daily of Algona spen Friday afternoon with her mother Mrs. M. C. Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton of Al- ;ona visited the former's sister, Mrs John Spilles Friday. Bemio? Ludwlg and Mairjorie E5T- Sert of Waterloo spent the week em at their respective homes. Don Sylvester, Magdalene Walsh an< Martin McHaJe of Sioux City spent Sunday at the Wm. Hlggins home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert are the iroud parents of a baby boy born on Monday. He has been named Peter Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seelejr and sons 3rwin and Frank of Ringsted spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley. Veronica Priester, who is employee In Sioux City, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester. Mrs. Mike GengJer and daughter, Emma and Mrs. Dorweiler visited Mr and Mrs. John Hilbert at Wesley on Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Sanders and Mrs. Mary Hubbard of Redneld, South Dakota, vis- ted a few days the past week with Kathryn Haag. D<p,!rh >• ill •S'/rvv-.y \Vliy liny an Inferior SILK HOSE U'licn vou can ' tin- n\ (iraiiaiu's for ('Icar cliiffun \vci";lj1. 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Boy's Unions ( Ion vy riM"Ml, part wool, rtundum rlhtu'il . . Misses Hose 39c r.,lcir» 69c 1.39 69c 2Sc MOIMO Folt Vnl'Il Ml INK V Buy at Savings Single Blankets 69c They're Priced Low! Men's Hvy. Socks lOc Rayon Bloomers I'.inlii-H unit -li.|ilns Princess Slips ' 25c $1 Brassiers, 4 Styles op 59c 49c New Hand Bags I'l.i > 'iv Ihi- f.isl,inn.-, I.it..-I i-ri.ulinn.s in Berets and Tarns NY w .sin; I knit i,r fi-lt Crash Cloth, 45" __69c Linen Bridge Sets _1.29 Rayon Bed spreads 1.98 Child's Coats rliincl.i llu f ut^. l-i; yr« Fabric Gloves 4.95 69c Outing Flannels II. avy wi-lKhl wllli ,li i-[i liap f,,r IM-I v in- . . . Cotton Frocks 98c 98c Children's Mittens _25c Child's knit gloves _50c Misses fancy gloves 69c Boy's Sweaters IT.if in nl K.irinriiix fur ,-i'"i I ami .11 In,i,I wi:.n Fast Color Prints <l.uk 15c M'>NKY Heavy Turkish Towels 25c Work Shirts Men's Overalls Denim Jackets 69c 1.19 1.49 Dinner Sets -' r :-.T\ UuJ., , J 3.98 Roasters 1.25 1.65 1.95 No. 1 Galv. Tubs li • 'i I. .ikpn .-.liir.mf 69c Leonard Osterbauer of Ottawa, Dl., and Bd Oaterbauer of Preeport, m., vtelted at the Butler and Van Hise homes Wednesday. Rosella Neu, who attends Hamilton Business Cbltege at Mason City, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu. Mrs. Bster Schumacher and sons, Joseph tnd Edward, spent the w>:ek end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thul ct Clarion. Mrs. H. C. Mayers went to Keno- fha, Wisconsin, Monday evening to spend the week with her daughter, Mrs. Will Tranis and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilllgan, son, Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. James Gilll- gan of GUmow City spertt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pagan of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mulroney of Mallard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen and family. Earl Luchslnger who Is in the CCC camp at Ccuncil Bluffs came Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ad- nm LuchBinger. He returned Tuesday. Mrs. M. K. Cullen and son, Terry and daughter, Blanid of Mason City, spent a few days at the J. S. Cullen home here and at the A. Strelt home in Algona. Sisters Mary Dorothea, Josephine and Perpetua and Miss Ehanor Smith, of Cherokee spent Friday with Sister Dorothea's mother, Mrs. James Poley and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver, Mrs. Alice Calry and daughter, Alma Genevieve went to LeMars Saturday, to vis- It a day or two with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oliver and family. Ed Flekbaum of New Hampton returned home J#mday (evening after spending a few days with his son, Jas. While here he rented a farm four mites west and a half mile north of town, to which he and his family wiH mor? March 1. WHITTEMORE NEWS Don Sylvester of Sioux City visited at the Wm. Hiding home Sunday. Cleophtis Cullen attended the fun-er- al of WiH Meehnn at Ayrshire Friday morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Keith of Alprona spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford. RPV. nnd Mrs. Stahrner's infant »on is ill. Metn Gade, R .N., of Algona Is caring for it. Irene Foxsen returned from Maaon City recently after spending a week with friends! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller of Royal visited his sister, Mrs. Irene Rooney p.nd family Sunday. Mrs. Craig Butler visited a few days last week with her friend, Mrs. Omstead nt Clear Lake. Mrs. C. W. Ott and daughter, Bet- erly Ann of Ames are visiting at the Ralph Bartlett home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford and family visited her mother, Mrs. J. H. Reibhoft at Algona Sunday. Ed Flckbahn of New Hampton visited a few days with his son, James, who is employed at the Art Bleckw-tnn's. Read the Want Ads—It Pays. Department Stores Special Offering of DRESSES Glorious Colorful Creations Fashions Unheard of at This Price Tomorrow Exquisite colors of ravishing beauty, gorgeous trimmings of metallic embroidery or gold thread . . . clever tunic or one-piece styles . . . neckline and sleeve treatments that are approved by Paris stylists. 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