The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 27,1934 SWEA CITY GIRL'S WEDDING SLATED Sueck of Burt. The funeral was held Friday at Burt and Interment was made In the Algona cemetery. Miss Florentoe Jensen was on the sick list the last part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Jensen were Sun- AMMtrong-Seneca: A basket social •was held at the community hall 5 miles 4ast of Armstrong Thursday evening. A Thanksgiving program was presented by tfce pupils of district No. S of Seneca township and their teacher, Miss Leona Keller, furnished the entertainment for the evening. A goose was also given to the person holding the lucky anmber which was Miss Maurlne 1/ln- Gagen Split Gamm The Seneca boys basket ball team apllt a double header with Tltonka on Wday evening with the second team winning with a score of 27 to 24 and the first team losing by a small margin of 17 to 18. Father Passes Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck were called to Burt Tuesday on account of the swiden death of Mr. Kueck's father, G . . . . day guests at the Deverd Swan home. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson spent the week end at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hanaen and family visited at the C. O. Dotson home on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy are the proud parents of an 8% pound baby girl born Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and fam ily were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Hoeck home. O. R. Patterson was ill the first of the week and under the care of Dr. J. B Knlpe of Armstrong. Mrs. C. O. Dotson and Miss Eva Kracht visited at the Harley Hoeck home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson and Mr and Mrs. Clade Sanders of Graietting- er spent Wednseday evening in Spen- r. Mrs. Robert Burt and children an; Miss Irene Filer of Armstrong visited at the Sheldon, Merrill home Thutsda- afternoon. cer. THANKSGIVING SILVERWARE Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle attended Roll Call Drive, ,«. Amarnl nf Mr. Slack-'s nephew, _ __ tfte funeral of' Mr. SlagJe-s nephew, Lawrence Mason at Algona last Tues- ay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sagle entertained a group of friends and relatives on Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. Slagte's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lampe spent Thursday evening at the home of the atter* parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jensen and family. Ed Anderson and daughters, Lucille, Dorothy, June, and Sylvte. visited at the Lawrence Saxton home near Swea Ity Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Vern Hawbaker and sons spent Sunday afternoon at the Harley Hoeck home. Mr. Hawbaker Is a brother of Mrs. Hoeck. Mrs. C. O. Bailey and J. Iva Moats attended the Eastern Star meeting at Swea CKy last Monday afternoon. M1ss Moats Is secretary of the Eastern Star. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolllg entertained a group of friends and neighbors at a card party Sunday evening Five hundred furnished the entertainment aftrr which a delicious lunch was served. Swea Red Cross Swea City: Mrs. Harold Roba was the Red Cross chairman In, the annual roll call Just completed. The local Bed Cross committee Includes Mrs. Ida E. Larson, chairman, Mrs. Anna Larson, vice chairman, Mrs. H. Roba, secretary and treasurer. Girls who did tire sollcltnlg were Arlette Skrom- me, Mae Peterson, Jeanette Wilson, Dariene Kesler, Kathryn Thomson, Grace McDowell. Carol Fosgren, Fran cts Helmke, Lucille SenenMter, Dor othy Arnold, Kathryn Larsen, Geneva Berg, Edith O'gren, Elsie Regner, Marjorte Lundqulst, Lillian Brones and Isabel Tobln. WEST BEND NEWS Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Miller attended a meeting in Spencer Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek returned Monday from their business trio to Del Rio. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Dewitt and their daughter, Maurlne. soent Sundav at LuVerne with relatives. Ira Hoover returned home from Webster City the first of the week. He helped his son pick corn. dav evening In the dinine room of the Presbyterian church. Mesdame.s Bruce Miller. Wilbur Jiistlor. r^evlns Cut>in and Carl Vohs were the hostesses. Rev. and Mrs. 8. W. Leinbach and •ton, Roger and his wife of Belmond. spent Sundav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. MoFflTland and attended church services. Rev. Lfinbach was a former pastor here at the Presbyterian church. Glenn Barber of Artesian. South Dakota, and Miss Gladys Kuhn of near Rodman were united In marrlatre at the Presbyterian manse. Wednesday afternoon. They will make their home In the spring on the Paul BonnsUA- ter farm. Th Woman's Homo and Forelsm Mls- slonnrv society met. at the home «C . Mrs. C. C. Miller Frldav afternoon. vice orestdent. Mrs. Carl Vohs led the devotions. After a short business meeting the following program was enlorfd: Slam, and Southern Mbuntalna, Mra Of-Tree Emerson: duet. TwUisht Uo\ir, Mrs. V. H. Reid and Mrs. Frank Mike's; ciano solos bv Manwret Harne. Twenty Pajra of Comics! Here"* Bijf News for Every Man, W«m«« and Chfd, Bpjrlnn«n» With the Issue of November 18th, the 8«««a(y Ohkafcx> Herald and BM>Iner will contain » 20-paffe Coimtc Section. This may be your last opportunity to buy fine silverware at low prices, for under Federal regulation the price of silver has sky-rocketed. Complete your silver service now . . . and six months from today you 11 thank us for the advice. Our selection of patterns is complete in boUi sterling and plate silver. WEHLER'S SEXTON NEWS *&3&ygxy&&^^ Mrs Amy Smith, who has been quite sick nt her home west of town is better but Is still bedfast. Mrs Olto Neuman. Mrs. August ilKch'baum and Nell Wise spent last eek Thursday afternoon in Wesley. Mrs. George Aman «nd daughter. Thecla, visited Tuesday evening at the ome of Mrs. Fred Plumb and fam- yA rthur Stueber visited Thursday ey- nlng with Clede Taylor, who had his eg broken a week ago but Is feeling iretty good now. Rev. I. C. McNulty and Bey. S. E polovina were entertained Tuesday noon at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Mrs B E. Saunders attended the Doan'Ladies' Aid Thursday ^; m °°» at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lou Solenus south of Doan. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Saunders spent Tuseday of last week in Mason City at the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Hawley and family. They returned nome Wednesday noon. Mrs August Klrschbaum spent Wed- at the home of her mother, nes Mrs. Cyrus Eiseman, northeast of Britt, who was entertaining the Britt Methodist Ladise' Aid that day. Clede Taylor enjoyed a visit Tuesday evening and Wednesday from his father, W. P. Taylor Charles Taylor, both of Durby They left for home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd H. Steven and two little sons, Harvey Duane and Neil Lloyd of Bancroft spent Thursday of last week at tb* home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven north or town. The Sexton Ladies Aid met las* week Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthur Greenfield. The ""' meeting will be on Thursday. » at the home of Mrs. Monroe Heiter south of Wesley. Mrs. Fred DeVary andI IKtle daughter, Veda Mae, Mr. and Mrs- , Frank . DeVary and little son, Eldon -' """• Mr ,«nd Mrs. Walter Klamo were dinner guests at the J. H. Graham home Sundav. Mrs. Myrtle Rlnesdorf and sons of Bancroft spent Sunday at the Fred Rlncsdorf home. Mrs. Alfred Godfreclsen cave a show• T Friciav afternoon in honor of Mrs. Clifford Ringsdorf. Seventv-flvc neoole attended the benefit bridge nartv given at the Legion hall Frldav night. Oliver Stewart collided with a truck near Sexton Frldav nieht. Both cars wens auitc badlv damaeed, The Blrthdav Circle will meet nt the homp of Mrs. Paul Lee Thursday with Mrs, Bertha Wallace assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Richmnnn of Readlvn Iowa, spent several days last week at the home of their son. Rev. L. Rlcn- mann. Dr. W. T. Peters took J. H. Znnke to Rochester. Minn., Tuesday whore he will enter the Mavo hospital fo treatment. Mrs. M. M. Chlmnan and Mrs. Walbe Lockwood entertained twenty ladies a a 10-10 party Friday at the home o the former. P. A. Looft and his sister. Mrs. An na Rclmers drove to Swea Citv Sun dav to visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs P. A. Looft. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald of Em mctFburg snent Sundav here with h father. O. P. McDonald and the D. L McDonald family. Mr. nnd Mrs, George Koestler suen the week end at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Will Heerdt and family nar Wllmar. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Radeke have purchased the proDCrtv of Mrs. Herman Dau. Thev have lived in the house since coming to Burt. Mrs. W. L. Stott has been 111 the past two weeks. Her daughter. Dariene who has been working In Algona, has been caring for her. Mra Elizabeth Ringsdorf has been ill the past week at the home of her son. Ringsdorf. Mrs. Rlngsdort will be Rav Miller of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Bert SheUmyer of Whtltenwre spent Thursday evening at ic parental Jos. Mikes home. Ora Crotts left Sunday bv way of ort Dodg(» for California, where he 111 work for an uncle who has a ranch here. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Carter and their tfldren of Graettlnger spent Sundav t the home of Mrs. Carter's parents, Ir. and Mrs. Joe Mikes. Lyman Rllev returned from Bethany. Missouri, Friday night. He took & load f potatoes to Mi at place and brought lome a load of ash costs. Miss Bertha Bakken left Sundnv for iuenccr. where she will be emnlovod in bank. Slie has been In the Iowa State Bank here for five years. The Presbyter!nn choir eave a nuisi- nl Sunday evening at the church. Boos, duets nnd songs were well rendered. VTrs. C'nrl Vohs is chorister and Mrs. Inland Juracns is ninnist. A nos<nuptial shcivcr was eiven in lonor of Mrs. Roland Jurgens Thurs- V^WWYVVWAWVVrVVWftl^^ ___ ^ Special Dinner Turkey with all the trimmings. Phone Your Reservation to , The States Cafe ,. Zwwwwjw^^ uevwry iwi« i»nv4«- "«•--» »,i——« Swca City and a friend from Minnesota were Wednesday evening supper guests and visitors at the home of Mrs. Fred DeVary's aunt, Mrs. Sarah Wise Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing ^ 93 years old in January. A Father and Son banquet will held at. the Presbyterian church on Friday night. The ladles of the church are outline on the banquet. Miss Francis Vaughn spent the week end at Rowley with, her parents. MJas Mavbelle Gray and her brother. Bobby, accompanied her home. .Cavton Rash, the youngest son o Mr. and Mrs. Roes Rash, had the mis fortune to have hto Mp injured, wheu a bench tlooed over with him and his brother. J H. Graham has been 1U and con fined to Ms home since lost Thursday M. E. Polhemus is taking care of th implement shop while Mr. Graham 1 111. The annual Red Cross drive betra Here this week. Mr.s. L. H. Schcnck 1- chairman and will bi> assisted bv Mrr W W. Bocttchtr. Mrs. R. S. McWhor tor and Mrs. A. W. Radeke. Jot- Graham came UD from _..._. CKv to spend the week end with MM parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. J D. Sturm of Aleona . the Grahai Pre-Inventory CLEAN-UP on Every Suite in Stock ~ Suites Felt Base Bugs Heavy grade, 9x12 only 5.75 Window Shades Heavy oil opaque tan, only Rug Pad FREE with Each 9x12 Wool Rug Sold Our best Wire Woven Tapestry Lounge Chair and Ottoman Reg. $±2- 5 °, 28.75 spent Sundav ome. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Slcsbee snen rtdav ut, Aleona. where they visited Ars. Slg&bee's mother. Mrs. Kate Dltt- -,pcr. and dauffhltcr, Miss JUsepnlne. nd Mr. Slsr (bee's parents. Mr. and irs. W. A. Slesbee. W_ednesdav was Wm. Elvldge's 79th rithdav and In honor of the occasion e entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ross ElvIdee and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Jensen and children *t an oyster uooer. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weaver, and Mr. nd Mra. Hartley of Sexton spent Wednesday of last week with Mrs. Ida ,nderson. Thev brought their dinner _nd all en laved a oicnic. A son of ilr and Mrs. Weaver wavs here wlUx Ars. Anderson and Is a Junior In high school. ____^^__ The Misses Helen Paetz and Helen Miller with their schools are working xard on their program to be given at the Sexton hall this week Friday ev- >nlng, Nov. 29th. Baskets and lunch will be told after the program. See Our Big BEDDING LINE Felt Base Goods Armstrong's, only, sq. yd. »•»•—•——I••^^^^™^ § Davenport § I Ret?. $89.50 C? Cft i ..4- ,..!,, tlfcMlW Bed Boom and Dining Boom Suites all Greatly Reduced All Cotton Mattress, only __ L. TATRO VOLT RADIO Our Lower Overhead Means a Saving to You RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company "Where Furniture Sells for Less" Ufetty U*w»«» »•*• lMt*4 t*e*vUw •* •pMvtlwc *u*C »* «M UMW 1C • dV- MEItf EXCLUSIVE FEATURES j. TW L. TaU» i-VJl ^Tu'tL^a*!^ U« U ~Tt»f9 «-V«U- CMM U lW*/l 90r fAMM LIGHT fLAJfT OWHrtL* . - *t ^«r/*r«MM«« Kossuth Radio &L Electric Co. 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