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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 6, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 6,1934 Northrop-tMmn Wedding*— Norman E. Larson, son of Mr. Mrs. L. M. Larson of Spencer and Cleao Northnip, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Northrwo of Nodaway. Iowa, were muried October 2, at Omaha, Nebraska. R«v. Wayne Emry of Kodaway, Iowa, officiated at the ceremony in the presence Of the groom's brother, Paul, who was also hts attendant, Joe Anderson and the bride's attendants, Mrs. Joe Anderson and Dorothy Williams, from Nodaway. All the guests were The bride and her attendants were attired in brown ensembles. A wedding dinner was enjoyed by the couple and their guests at Omaha. The couple then enjoyed a two weeks' wedding trip to Estherville. They |HeImke-Waterbnry Marrlajre— and Florence Helmke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C'laiis Helmke of Bancroft and Russell Watrrbury of Bancroft. ton of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Waterbury of Welcome. Minnesota, were united In marriage Saturday. November 29th. at 9:30. Rev. Bryden of Bancroft performed the ceremony in the oar- fonage. The bride was attired in a grren crepe gown and her attendant, i Helmke. wore a red crepe dress, groom was attended by Arthur Claits- sen. are now at home in Algona at South Minnesota Street. Mr. lyarson is manager of Kossuth county for the Singer Sewing Machine Company. Eastern Star Officers — Members of the Eastern Star held a meeting Monday evening at the Temple for the election of officers. They are: Worthy Matron. Violet Benschoter; Associate Matron, Bertha French; Worthy Patron. D. D. Monhix; Associate Patron, Fred Oeigel; secretary, Alice Hutchlns; treasurer, Claire Keith; conductress, Delia McCullough; associate conductress, Ethel Los?, Minnie Long was also elected to become a member of the Temple board. Over 70 members were In attendance. The Eastern Star lodge had Past Matron night Friday evening and th Past Matrons acted as officers and In itlated Katherine Van Ness, teacher a Iowa Falls, but home for the vacatio Into the society. Mrs. Leora St. John then Worthy Matron, was able to at tend the meeting after several week; absence. Annual Fall Festival— The annual Fall Festival, given b the members of the Sts. Petrr nn Paul's parish of West Bend was hel last Tuesday st the Legion hall, whicl made an excellent place for the man; booths full of attractive merchandis as well as for the dinner and dance li the evening, the grand climax to th affair. The festival was a flnancla as well as a social success, according to those In charge, who are grateful to Rev. Dobberstein for his splendid leadership and to all the members of the parish and the ntany friends whose contributions helped to make it a success. Trf-Coanty Joint Meeting— A tri-oounty joint Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held Tuesday, December 11. at Wesley. Oountks holding the meeting will be Kossuth, Hancock and Wlnnebago. Mrs. J. Underkofler of Britt will give a report on the National Legion convention and there will be other speeches by prominent men of the fourth district. Other entertainment will be furnished and dancing will follow. Everyone eligible to membership in the Legion or Auxiliary is Following the ceremonv, n wedciin? dinner was served at the LeRlon Hall In Swea City. The couple then left on a honeymoon trip to Newton, lo-a hey where they will be gone a week. 503 A wedding dance will be held at the Legion Hall in Swea City. Friday night, December 7th. To Have Golden Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. Wlldrr Alger. formr-r Kossuth county residents, who are living at 3720 Telegraph Ave.. Oakland. Californin. will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on December It). The Algeis farmed in tho Burt and Algsna neighborhoods for a good many years, and moved to California abou' 15 years ago. Many of their old friends nre planning to remember them on their anniversary with a card or letter. Presbyterian Gnlld Circle— The Presbyterian Westminister Guild Circle met on Saturday afternoon December 1. with Ruth Butts. Devo- tlonals were led by Anna Stebritz. Annette Hanson reviewed a chapter ol "Japan and Her People." Louise Smith reviewed a chapter in "Gold Mountain.'' Lunch was served .by the hostess. Thanksgiving Dinner- Mr and Mrs. M. P. Haggard entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner with the following present: Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagli. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falken- halner and two children Diane and Tasker. and Mrs. Mattie Falkenhainer. Celebrating 90th Birthday- Mrs. C. R. Lewis is celebrating her 90th birthday today (Thursday). Mrs. Lewis Is well known In Algona, having ived in and around h-sre for the past orty years. She ha* been receiving congratulations on the occasion the past week and It is expected other riends will visit her this afternoon. D. A. R. MeeUnr— There will be a D. A. R. meeting on Tuesday. December 11, at a one o'clock uncheon at the home of Mrs. O. 8. Buchanan. Mrs. A. L. Long and Mrs. O. H. Free will be assisting hostesses. \ Christmas story by Mrs. J. J. Cosgrove will be on the program. There will also be payment of dues. Congregational Association- Members of the clrcks of the Congregational Woman's Association will meet aft a one o'clock luncheon Thursday (today) at the church. Mrs. A. A. Lyon's division will serve. owman-Hahle Marrlace— Miss Hazel Bowman and John Hahle, oth of Algona, were married at the Miscellaneous Shower— Ylnlty Lutheran parsonage a week ago THE THREE BEAUTIFCL LTTTLE GIRLS—15, 10 and ft yean old—found slain at Carlisle, Pa. k FLUKNT STAR — Although he was t>orn in this country, v Glnn Malo can visit almost any country and make the native* think her one of them. The reason la she speaks ten languages fluently. She has just returned from France a n <l England, where she has starred in motion pictures and musical comedy, and will he heard this week as a guest *tar on the Eno Crime Clues broadcast. Enacting the part nf a French "Vgoverness she will sing several /songs In the French fashion. IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO BE SPLICED — Mrs. Mary Berkbaiuer, ninety- two years of age, who was recently married at Burlington, N. J. She Is still active. Her husband Is sixty- five. Trinity Lutheran Church __ Rw. P. JT. Bnuwr. pafttor Services n«*t Sunday: Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m. The Ladles' Aid meet* Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. Burmelster, 402 South Wooster. Peace of mind alone—Knowing you'll f tart even on coldest days Is worth the price of Gamble's Super-Active Battery, 61 plates, $8.79 exch. Tiger Winter OH, 60c gal. with tax. Hot Water Heaters, $5.85 and a host of Winter Comforts at lowest prices. • 49 r*»t*« ww ••» ••• •"• ••• P«W "«r »«»• ««• -—- ~~—^-™~- - ^ CALL THEATRE Only the best shown here. We buy 'em all and cut out the weak ones. FUG LCND, captain and star back of the University of Minnesota eleven, wno U looked npon a* a tore member of the All-America foot- ban team. IOEW BABE BOTH — When *>• IN heavr-fclttta* baud of th* deal lag him from SMI ctoeo to the New Yankee* he WM tan at home helping hi mother prepare iliMM last Thursday. Rev. P. J. Braner performed the ceremony. They were attended by Miss Luella Bell and Warner Hahlc. The couple will Uve on a farm near Oalbraltb. TIRE CHAINS A scramble for chains. _The last snowfall caught lots of dealers without tire chains. As a result we had to supply dealers over the county with chains Call on Us We have a complete line of chains for cars and trucks. Single and dual, also emergency lugs. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE. Joe Greenberg PhoiK- 11H Mesdames Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Russell Cook of Algona and Mrs. Milton Pierce of Cresco township, gave a miscellaneous shower Wednesday. Dec. 5th at the home of Mrs. J. F. Cook in Algona in honor of the letter's granddaughter, Miss Hazel Dutton. House decorations were red and green Jn keeping with Christmas spirit. Four Hostesses — Mrs. A. \V. Amunsen, Mrs. H. \V. Becker, Mrs. L. M. Merritt and Mrs. Paul Wille were hostesses Monday evening of last week at a dinner-bridge party given at ti:e Amurusen home. Htty-two were prenvnt und sea'-ed at iinall tables. Mr.. Wni. Hawcott, Mr.s. II. V. Hull and Mis W. P. ilcmphili received the pilaw. Surprise Birthday Party- Several friends held a surprUe birthday paKy for p. A- Danson Saturday evening. Bridge was played at four tables. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Waldron won high family prize and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bacon won second high family prize. A lunch brought by the guesta, was served later. also brought a gift for Mr. Danson. Delphian Meetlnc— Delphian society m't with Mrs. A. E Michel Monday alwrnoon. A very paper on Oriental Liter»«A given by Mrs. M. J. Streit as of the program. The Delphlaas B'iii fafcire n CJirkitinaj> party Wednesday. Lrixaibtr 12th at the M. J. Streit U'juut A on* oclock luncheon will be I Let Science Come to Your Rescue Solve the Gift Problem With Something Electrical ttie mult i» k. ^ui bue ut the /*. » Automatic Electric Iron It stay.-i at tiit: /i^;;t htat aiitujnatii-a 4.95 New Style Coffee Makers Makes tin, h«-,r , : oif,.-,- A Ad you ever ta.stt-d *!•»/«/ Hot Point Waffle Iron Always mukc.s crisp and golden brown __ .50 * 5 f f * '\ Vuilor — E W. Liiiby entertained Tues- tii week for her H Htrte Winner tJ'.*rr.o-,n <it was a at f V »<to t:. - diver -.ion of : pnzt-> *ere pre&ent- Ze.-fa..-, ar:d Mrs T. Auxiliary Meeting— The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting at the hall on Friday evening, Dcc:mber Till. This i.s rchnbilltation mont.T and the committee In chargr of thts meeting nre the chairmen of 'this work for the year. They are: Mesdames G. D. Bnm- tias , L. M. Merritt, and Henry Becker. Tlie procram will include a study of the constitution and t.-e changes i:. the state and national plan ot woi k Following refi-cshinenUs. bridge u ill 1: • played. Bruhn-Hanover Idle Hour Bridge Club— Members cf ':he Itilc Hour bnd'.; Wedding Service F-jnron: Tne Rev. H. D. SU>hmcr, pastor of the Fairviile Lutheran church. c.iici.itcil a' a double rinc c:remony at hi church, lasi. week Monday af- if:nco:: u.u:!i united in marriage. Edi! i TJii'.hM. ti:un)i:er of Mrs. Marv i;:i.h:i liiitl r:i:clolph Hanover, son of !?,;:•. ;i:«i f.Ir.i. Wihiam Hanover. The triib v.-:ri' a cln•.--..; of white satin witn a tin) v. ;I <?f >il.'; illusion and j(jr:-;ed an arm bouquet of talisman I roses and sxv ct pea.s. Her twin sister, jcl..ra. v.-a.s maid of honor and wore n j(!n-.-> oi (.(••id col-.;- silk and carried u boucjuet cf vt'llow chrvsanthemume. club met r..jnln Wcdnc-.-day of llii, »-e> K [Her taridfMnnids were Mrs. Alfred Bier' at n one o'clock covered dish, Jitter takini; .several \Vfck.V vac.iU.'.n. clue- to oth c r activities. Mrs. W. A. Foster was the hostess. Brills? was the diversion of the afternoon. E. T. W. Bridge Club— The "highs" entertained the "lows' .stedt. ;a-.:er of the and she wore c.ral re.-.!- cr of dress and carried olnk c:arnn- mil,. Ti'.c other, Mrs. Alfred Bru' n. .-.i.iinr-m-law of the bride, wo r e B< rmurJa Bhi*' dre s and carried red (Vrnatioa; Mary Ann Koppen, niece '•t the bride was rina bear:r. and was are. ,->cd in Dink silk. Alfred Blerstelt an.' Alfred Hruhti attended the bride- ... ... of the E. T. W. bridge club at the! Broom. Donald Wehrspann of Otto- home of Mrs. George Mahorey Monday afternoon. Mrs. Walter Dale re- reived the first prize. Mrs. Bert Cronan the travel prlfie and Mrs. Fred Powell the low score prlz-" I'resbyttrlan II. H. Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet this Thursdnv afternco'i at the home of Mrs. George Conkltn. hof»te.tses we: John McDowell. Carl Specht, L. K. Fairbanks and Miss Mary Lourle WumaJi's Club Program — Mrs. D. D. Monlux gave an excellent talk on Hidden Places Revealed by the Camera Friday afternoon at the Woman's club meeting. Owing tj the mcl mencv of the weather, the meet- ii.g rxx>rly attended. Dinner fiuestx Thanksgiving— Mr. and Mr.-.. Howard and 'f 'I JMU«-LLo<— fr. 1 . <.! t:.': 1 J .'...;;. ". i.y.i; Shirley Radio & Electric 200 K. State !J4 'I A. it-id their .::.^ M/vrjtia> ev- 'jj\ tiuiuimg. Bob or, truia Port talk on Sup- wirjjt '.-^ tr.e inc.*'. ii -*fcli at'-fcuded iji.'j ii'-.V- > /l-G»,T,ea H i>! , •»:. it .•-i-H-r, Mt& !.*. t:.'J Ca.j^-'iU:-". Ktiiui iieile, -. '-' --ic ai. r t.-aO> c-'x/ked u/£ ! --t.v r with ..•-« j ..'. <.f -a. ti-.ty a.'.d cabled »'. t.i.1 ;.or/.e. T.V.- gruup enjoyed the f.'.ejjtr lor Mr Maa. dam. Entertained at Edge iiumc— 'I'-e Su/«iJay School of junior and .-,e/aor hJ;.;h school girls, taught by Mio. J. H. Wge. were tutertaintd at mni: r Tutiday eveninjf ui Mre. Edge'n home. Following tl>e dinner the girl-held a business ir.teting at which they titcted tilicers of the class, and enjoyed a social meeting. W. C. T. U. Meeting— The W. C. T. U. will meet next Tuesday aftenr:on at 2:30 with Mrs. L. E Pott. r. The leader will be Mrs. Ed Taylor. itoyal Neighbor Lodge- Tile Royiil Neighbor lodge will meet I> ceuibcr 1'Jtli for ekoiiou' \tt offl- CITS. Tile Otrcember divbiun will culled at 7:30. [li.ildrrn of Titonka, Mrs. S. B. French, I Mr.s. Cidney I.uird and daughter, Jane, I were L', at the W. P. Put-nch lioine !'liia/ik.-.(fi\ins day. | - | ( hUd's Study Club Party- and Erwtn Koehnecke of Whltte- more were u-shers. A two course wed- ilinp dinner wa-s served at the horn* cf the bride's brother Edward Bruhn. Table waivers were MJS. Will Lauck, I Mr^. HUKO Meyer, Mrs. Mike Koppen, 'Mrs. Kenneth BolHnuer. Mrs. EMwln C ; : in it, Dorothy Bruhn. Marie Gelt- z'-nauer. Lornetta and LuEllna Bier-' ftedt. Tlie occasion was also the 25tt> weddina anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hanover nnd In in honor a short service was held at. Hie home bv the Rev. Dlscher of Whittemor". A program of songs nnd ooems bv Dorothy. Lornet- la. Robert and Alfred Bruhn furnished entertainment. Both of the honored cnunles received many beautiful srifts. The newly-w-:ds will make their home with the bridegroom's Darcnf; for the present. Bancroft Couple Married, Nov. 29 Hu:,fell Wutt-rburv and Florence Helmke. both of Bancroft were unit-d in marriage Nov. 2'.t, at the Baptist ^iiurcii in Bancroft, by Kcv. C. E. Brv- dt-ii. witli :J6 gut-its in attendance at the wedding dinner following the ceremony. The tfi'oom com s from Wed.-Thur*.-Fri., Dec. 5-6-7 2:30 p. !nv matinees each day. Drive for 50 miles. Three gold medal winners— Frederic March Norma Shearer Charles Laughton in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" § Sat. Special, Dec. 8 Family Appeal ! Xmas Holiday Picture We Show It to Yon Now First in America! All cities will see It during the holt- days. Laurel & Hardy in "Babes in Toyland" Victor Herbert's music, "March of the Wooden Soldiers," all the characters of "Mother Goose." Also — Rln Tin Tin and Rex. King of WUd Horses in serial "LAW OF THE WEST" Sun.-Mon., Dec. 9-10 The fascinating couple of "The Thin Maro." They are better now. (They have Baby Cora Sue Collins). TM MSONATINO COUrtl 0»"THttHIN*UN Also Jack Mulhall Edward Brophy Also Technicolor musical "War DO I DREAM DREAMS" Rip Van Winkle and his dog and Mary Pickford seen in old tune reel. Penny a Peep News Tuesday, Dec. 11 BANK NIGHT BANK NIGHT More laughs than In "Here Comes the Navy." It's a prize package for you. 65 of the fastest minutes seen In any film in a long time. Oagney runs wild! Oomedy, ''YOU BRING THE DUCKS— Newc. Wed.-Thurs., Dec. 12-13 Screened for faculty of Algona high school and highly recommended. Family Appeal I Henry Hull Phillips Holmes Jane Wyatt Florence Reed Betty Doop—Uttle Pal Souv No. 1— News. Coming, Fri. and Sat., Dec. 14 -151 Jackie Cooper in I "Peck's Bad Boy" f un 1 *tjruguftj Meinbera of the Gruld's Study club; Fairmont .Minn ..but has been working vil! met.-: for a CnriMmas party this IlL .. lr Bancroft. The bride is 'i dau«h- i.exi Tu at Mi.-.s Lucia Wallace a u . r oj Mr . antl Mri _ C13U3 Helmke and i.omt- Plea:>^ note chan^t* of ciati'. urnrlimr^H ti./,*n ti*, a..,-,,.,,.. ..„! ,1 i.. Plea:>j note change of M. E. Ladies' Aid— ''.'h: Methodist Ladito' Aid will niei.-: Thursday for a noun inuchton, serving \ii Mi'i. Mtr.sjjtnijer and her division.'.j will begin promptly at 1'15. ( irtU; to Meet— Mri Albert Oranzow s circle ol the Congregational church will meet on Tut.iday, I> cernber llth, at 2:30 at the j.orrte of Mrs. Irvin Seaman. Card of Thanks We »i*h to express our heartlelt thanks to crur Irienda and neighbori who kindly atiLsU'd u/> in our recent bereavement in the loss of our dear fcori nd brother, Edwin Charles, and for the beautiful floral tributes which w_ deeply appreciated. Mrs. C W. Sarchett, Mrs. Thus. Metcalf, Mrs. P. W. Reece, E. M. and P. M Sarchect and Winifred. 49 Congregational Church The Women's Association will meet ut the church Thursday. Dec. tith for a one o'clock luncheon. Service for Sunday. Dec. 9lh: The church school at, 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11, ^ rmuu topic, "Ti:e Bible f'-r Today." Young Pe£>;>le's meeting a; 6:30. pruduated irotn the Senecu school In Arthur Cl.t'.iiiu acted as best man. aud Alic • Helmke as the bride's at- '.t-nciar.t. Ths wed.-'.:]i^ dinner wa.i serv- eci by Vclda Johnson. Frances and Ar- kne Helmke, waitresses, a-: the Swea City Li.-gion h;il!. The newlyw ds took a hoiicvtroon triy to Des Moines of on? week. Th y will make t:eir home upon it-turning, with the bride's parents. Land Sells for $100 Near LuVerne Humboldt R.publican: G. S. Buchanan, receiver of the Bank of LuVerne closed a. transaction Monday. November 19th. for -the sale of 480 acres of land near LuVerue. The land was soid to L. E. Bedell cf St. Paul, Minn. The acr:age Includes the unimproved half section farmed by Prank Youngwirth, and a quarter section tenanted by Stahl and Youngwirth. The unimproved acreage sold at |70 an acre and the improved quarter section brought $100 per acre. In Appreciation In appreciation for the many vott» wiuuh elected me Miss Mary Christmas ior 1934, I want to thank everyone wiio helped by turning in ballots for me.-—Mari.ii Corey. 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