The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
Page 11
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 27, 1934 focal (vents Lee Reed, Sr., was 111 a part of last ireek. He Is Improved at this writ- Mrs. I/. C. Puth of Brltt spent Thurs- 4ay In Algona with her mother, Mrs. J. Sunuth. Lynore Olson, teacher, is spending her •thanksgiving vacation with an aunt in •watonnt. The man who has kased the McGinnis filling station, is rooming at the J«tin Lamuth home. Betty Backus will spend Thanksgiving Day with her mother and sister. Eleanor, in Des Moines. Nancy Ruth Renaud, member of the local school faculty, will spend the Thanksgiving vacation at her home in Mr. and Mrs. Nels Larson and son, John, will spend Thanksgiving Day •wtth a daughter, Mrs. Lou Dailey, at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. L-. J. Nelson were guests Smnday of Mr. and Mrs. Ole McOee of Fairmont. The McOees formerly lived in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt attended tke dedication of the new Renwick school. Mr. Pratt had charge of all the electrical work. Perry White and Don Dewel, students at the University of Iowa, will visit their respective parents here over Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hayne departed Wednesday of last week for Peoria, Illinois, to visit their son, carl, until after the holidays. Jerome Hardgrove, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hardgrove, has been ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Ann Zittrltsch has been taking care of him. Porfessor and Mrs. Louis Lykken of Ames were gu-ssts Saturday at the B P. Richardson home. The two men went pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising and family will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs I. L. Shellmyer at West Bend Thanksgiving day. The two ladies are sister. Dr. J. A. Barger of Des Moines, inspector in charge of Federal Work in the state of Iowa, was an Algona visitor on a business mission. He was a luncheon guest at the J. O. F. Price home. Cleaner •„ Hotter Coal Don't he caught short of coal when the temperature drops suddenly. Order enough today and then forget your coal worries. Consult us about the most efficient kind of coal to burn in your particular type of heating plant. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. I WVtfUV Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Walker return- d last week after visiting ten days with their daughter, Mrs. A. Messeng- r of cedar Rapids and son, Phillip in ihicago. Mrs. C. F. Lethrop is visiting in San Diego, California, wiht friends. She eturned there with Ruth Ward of San Diego, California, with friends. She ome time ago. Ex-Auditor Bertha Johnson has been mployed by the Algona Insurance Ag- jncy and began work Thursday. Elizabeth Nugent and Alice Payne are the other two girls employed in the of- tce. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Milliard and James Bishop of Dubuque arrived on l-iday evening for a visit at the A. A. Jishop home until Sunday nf'.ernoon. Jim Is a student at the Dubuque Unl- 'erslty. Mrs. Sam Bloom and daughter, Berha, and Rabbi Lawrence Block, all of Mason City, Milton Lasker of Fair- wont and Mr. and Mrs. David Singer if Wells were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- Bloom Sunday. William Monlux, Can and Kenneth Medin, Dick Cowan, ore among the students from Iowa State College at Ames who will come home Wednesday evening and will vUit with their parents until Sunday afternoon. Caroline Schichtl of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. J. S. Kirby and son, Maurice of Ames and Max Richardson, student at Iowa State College, will visit from Wednesday evening until Sunday afternoon at the B. P. Richardson home Mrs. Abner Long drove to Grinnell and returned Wednesday evening with her daughter, Arba Dee, and the following other Grinnell college students, Gertrude Long, Frances Hough and Marguerite Dalziel. The girls will visit until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and family expect to leave Thanksgiving Day for Lemmon, South Dakota, to visit with the former's parents for a week. Lloyd, a student at Cedar Falls, will come home Wednesday evening and accompany his parents. The Upper Des Moines has season passes for a lady and gentleman to the Chicago Live Stock Exposition to be held in Chicago December 1st to »th. If there are any of our subscribers expecting to attend this show we will be glad to give them the tickets if they will call. Mrs. Charles Walker has been ill the past week with an infection of the face which came as an aftermath of the carbuncles on her head which she suffered about three months ago. Mrs. Walker's face was extremely puffed and the pain was very severe. She is, however, recovering now. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, took their aunt, Mrs. W. Treptow of Burt and her father, Joe Madden of Haifa to Marshall. Minnesota, and Lynd to visit relatives. From there they went to Minneapolis to the football game Other Society News Diamond Club Entertainment— District number twelve of the Mid- Contftient Petroleum Company, toff which Louis Lynk is the district salesman, have formed a Diamond club. The members of this Diamond club entertained their wives and other guests at an evening of dancing Monday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Towns represented nt the dance w-re: Algo- nn, Britt, Buffalo Center, Swea City, Renwick. LuVerne. Tltor/tn. Whltte- more. About thirty couples were pre- srnt. Refreshments were served during the evening. Centenary Class Party— Members of the Centenary class of the Methodist church were entertained Tuesday evening at one of their monthly parties. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster were chairmen of the commlt- Ue in charge. A 6:30 supper was served nnd following that there were games ond contests urvdcr the direc- A three pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton Monday night. The IRtle one only lived a short time. Interment was made in ,he cemetery hep? Thursday. N. I. Morness, who has been on the 'ectfcn here for the past 20 years, was aid off the first of the week. The company reduced its crew of workers nnd Mr. Gregor of Algona will take Mr. Morness' place here. Uon of Mr. and Mrs. O. out fifly were present. B. Laing. Ab- Wednesday Eve Club— Members of the Wednesday night then back to Amlret, Minnesota, to visit a brother. Ed Madden., where they held a Madden reunion with 33 relatives present. The visitors returned Monday. club met at the Willard Ringgenberg hom e Wednesday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. George Miller were guests of the club. Mrs. Henry Johonnsen Jr.. and Roy BJustrom received the high score prizes. Mrs. George Miller received the low prize. Larktn Clnb Meeting— Mrs. R. W. Roeder was hostess on Tuesday evening to the members of her Larkln club. Guests plnyed bridge and Mrs. Ed SlKetoan received the high score, Mrs. Jensen of Lone Rock received the low score prize and Mrs Louis Lynk the travel prize. Entertains at Three Tables- Mrs. E. L. DeZellar entertained Tuesday afternoon at three tables of bridge Prizes were presented as follows: Mrs Joseph Kelly, high prize; Mrs. C. F Erickson of Minneapolis, second prize Mrs. Josephine Stanton, low prize. Mrs. Danson Hostess— Mrs. P. A. Danson entetained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Willard Ringgenberg received the first prize and Mrs. Geo. Miller the low prize. There wre two tables of bridge. Candlelight Club- Mrs. C. T. Chubb was hostess to the members of her Candlelight club on Thursday evening at a 8:30 dinner. Following the dinner, the ladles spent the hours playing contract. Hostess to Club- Mrs. Glen McMurray entertained her bridge club Thursday evening at a bridge party. Two tables were in play and Mrs. Owen Nichols and Mrs. John Dutton received the prizes. Miss Lorena Peterson began teaching the Mexican children, at Lakote on Monday. Miss Peterson has been hired to teach these children «s their parents have been working around Lnko- tn nnd have moved into town for the winter. Mrs. George Bishoff of Wilton Junction was colled here Tuesday by the death of her brother-in-law, W. A. MJacArthur. Mrs. MncJVrthifr accom- panied her to Wilton Junction where .she will remain with relatives until next week. Mr. and Mrs. Jess McDonald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross Clayton of Graettinger were dinner guests at the Ralph Roberts home Thursday. The Roberts have been, deer hunting and served venison to their guests, which was a real treat. J. A. Meyer and tons, Win. and Oeo. were business visitors at Buffalo Center last Tuesday. Glamorous Sophisticated FROCKS $1 A95 10 LAKOTA NEWS The C. O. Peterson family are driving a new Chevrolet and the 8. P Powers family a new Ford. Mrs. Charles Tutton of Buffalo Center visited one day the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyer. The C. R. Lewis family were at Mt. Auburn the past week, where they were called to attend the funeral of Mr. Lewis' sister, Mrs. Fannie Relgard. Mr. and Mrs. Peter received word their son-in-law, George Higgins of the Tltoaka neighborhood was in the hospital at Rochester, where he underwent an operation for ulcers. Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson, who fell several years ago and broke her hip, went to Iowa City last week to see about getting some help. She was accompanied by her brother, B. L. Lineman. Mrs. Jerry Heetland and three older children were at Algona last Wed- nseday evening where they attended a banquet for th-? members of the 4-H club that was held at Che Country Club. Lost Tue-sday was Wm. Baum's birthday and to celebrate the event the following EUfsts were entertained at the Baum home for supper: Mr. and Mrs Gus Persig, and Rudolph Baum ct Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Christ of this place. Do very For Very Special Daytime Occasions Most women feel that they look their best in formal gowns, you? Well, here are some new informal dresses that we believe will do just as much for you. They are deftly cut to "do things" for your figure; they are beautiful ly made of tine crepes, satins and velvets; and their colors are gorgeous and exciting. UHB, Carmen DW*wvy*^0*w w«>«MVf •——— red, banter rreen, plwn. pirate green. Brown, Bo* —' the »w*y» NMrt black WUite. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reynolds recently viiited at the E. H. Staley and Lee Bush homes. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel entertained the Mothers and Daughters club at her home Thuriday afternoon. A feather party will be held at the Legion hall Tuesday, Nov. 27th. Fowls will be given as the prizes. Dr. W. T. Ptterg returned home on Wednesday from Rochester, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. Peters drove 4o Des Moinei Thursday. There will be union Thanksgiving services at the Methodist church on Thanksgiving morning. A union choir will furnish the music. Rev. S. H. Aten will deliver the sermon. ion Drink YERBAVIDA YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON IT! If your nerves are jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let this condition continue or you will ruin your helath. Yerbavida Tea will relax your nerves and let you sleep. Not a drug, but a very beneficial beverage that you will preKr to either tttt or coilee. For Sto- aud Kidney troublt* it la wiiur- A 20-page tree bookk-t, "Tbe ,1 Yerbiivida." uuyr U.- obWuuec! by writing to Yerbavidii daka Co., Bia uLhWc.t.1 Bidg., Loa Auijek-s; or a large package of Yerbavida—eiiouijii for 240 cuite—cau bo obtained lor $1.00. Fw Mite tbii Lu*by'« Dong 8U««.—Adv. Christensen Bros. Co. 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