The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1936 · Page 3
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Tuesday, May 26, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 26,1936 3 Teachers at : Wesley Retire 1 Wesley: A reception, well attend-1 ed, was held at the Methodist! church Thursday evening for three | retiring public school teachers, the Misses McConnell, Beck and Dougan. The following program was given: Mrs. John MulHns, instrumental solo; Donnelle Erdman, humorous reading; Jean Bottom and Lavon Gerdes, violin duet, accompanied by Mary Ellen Bottom; Mary Ellen Bottom, instrumental solo; Lola and Betty Grattldg«, Instrumental duet; Enar Franten, humorous reading; the Rev. Arthur Bottom, a talk, in which he remarked upon the United States' superior educational advantages, public school teachers and their faithful work, and especially the work of those teachers about to leave the scene of their recent labors. A gift was presented each guest of honor. Helen Franzen, teacher in Boone No. 2, gave a closing picnic for pi* pits and patrons Friday. Members of a large confirmation class will take their first commun Ion at St. Joseph's church Sunday, May 31. Pupils of St. Joseph's school will present the school play at Kleinpeter hall the evening of Thursday, May 38. The Thursday club met last week with Mrs. C. W. Qoslln. Mrs. H. J. Bratey won high, Mrs. PJulius Kunz, travel prize. The Vee Mullin residence was quarantined for scarlet fever on Thursday. Victor,, oldest Mullin boy, is the sufferer. Candace Packard, Gilmore City, visited Thursday night and Friday with Mrs. Fred Dlekmann. Miss Packard formerly taught here. Twenty-nine persons attended a school picnic at Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, last week Sunday given by Catherine Hauptly, teacher in Boone No. 3. Sunday was chosen that parents might attend. Mrs. John Arndorfer had an appendicitis operation at Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday. She has been very sick, but Is now progress- Ing satisfactorily. Her daughter, Mrs. Walter Victor, Is her special nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gibson, Swea City, visited his parents, the Zack Gibsons, Friday. Mr. Gibson is hot making a good recovery from a knee Injury suffered In a fall two week* ago. He suffers considerable pain and is not able to walk much. The Guy Carlson family, Wesley, acompanied Mrs. Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Gldding*, Burt, and Zlta and Wllllamlna Gld- dlngs, on a trip to Tama Friday to visit Mrs. Carlson's brother, Guy C. Giddings, Jr. The party waa to return Sunday night A group of relatives and friends dropped in upon Mr.. and Mrs. Theron Hansen last week Tuesday evening to observe their llth wedding anniversary. Those attending were the Carl and Raymond Han- aen and Gordon C. Glddlngs families, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glddings families, Mr. and Mr*. Milton Gld- dlngs, William and Minnie Frlraml. Rainy weather somewhat marred the program prepared for the public school aeld day Friday, the games and races being omitted. Picnic lunch waa served indoors, and visitors viewed the exhibits, consisting of samples of pupils' work. A pleasant event following dinner was the presentation of a wrist watch to Miss McConnell, who had taught here 23 years. The remembrance waa from present and former pupils and patrons and other friends, who will miss the modest lady and faithful instructor. For a function of as much importance as a wedding, too much importance cannot be placed upon the corret flowers. We design wedding flowers in harmony with the type of gown, the time and place of the wedding ceremony. Every bouquet correctly styled | in the modern mode. A friendly note to prospective brides— place orders a few days in advance. Algona Greenhouses Aug. Huenhold & Sons And It's No Secret! June is the month of bridal parties and weddings, and naturally the thoughts of both brides and their friends turn to the very vital questions of obtaining needed advice on what to buy and where to buy it. Elsewhere on this page are many suggestions—you'll find what you want here. To The FIRST June Bride Visiting These Stores A FREE GIFT Pratt Electric Co.—Electrically lighted makeup mirror. Algona Bldg. & Loan—A $1 Deposit on a Bldg. & Loan Account. Kresensky's—One pair best quality silk hose. Foster Furniture Co.—Boudoir lamp. Borchardt Drug—One dessert server, silver. Morrison Beauty—One Shampoo and Finger Wave. Bjustrom—One Radio Lamp. FIRST BRIDE IN JUNE IDENTIFYING SELF IN EACH STORE GETS GIFT) 4 - is 7 ; Hamilton Beach Food Mixer 57% More Power than Former models. Equipped with Radio Interference Eliminator. One-hand operation— lifts off—starts and stops with one hand. We feature this because it is easy to use and built to last. WAFFI£-BAKER The new waffle-baker that do** *• thinking afl4 wrtchtag for root JWfr M fMw/>V. Preheats quicker, bolcM Iwtar.moreperfectwrfWFioJibadin rich chromium and Made haodsoMlr •tried. • muMrpicca of Toastmaawr quality. Pratt Electric Company xx®&®o&a^^ Don't Let the Honeymoon Fade Whether you are a bride of June, 1936, or twenty years ago, your hair is the secret of your appearance. New Teacher Hired For Burt Grades Burt: Helen Wade, Oelweln, haa been hired to aucceed Mildred Anderson, aa teacher of the fifth and aixth gradea next year. She will graduate from Coe College thia spring. Rev. 8. H. Aten attended a Presbytery meeting at Rolfe laat week Monday. Dr. W. T. Petera is having a new 16x39 machine abed erected on hia farm northwest of town. Supt and Mrs. Condlt Bowie entertained the teachers and Mr. and Mrs. Enoa Wrede Thursday even- Ing. Mrs. Jennie Davidson, Osceola, came recently to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Will Rings- dorr. The U. and I. Circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E. Bruce with Mrs. W. E. Brace as assistant hostess. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eva Hodgson. Mrs. Leo Brayton and Mrs. Lloyd Elston are assisting hostesses. School closed Friday for the summer vacation, the teachers leaving for their various homes the end of the week. A high school picnic was held at Interlaken Park Thursday. Aaron Taylor went to Council Bluffs Friday to get his son, Roger and Charles Coffin, who have been attending the Iowa School for the Deaf there. They will spend the summer here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson and their daughter, Darlene, Longmont, Colorado, spent Thursday night at the J. H. Graham home. Mrs. Patterson formerly lived in Burt, being Mrs. Mark Stoddard at that time. Melvin Nelson, who has been spending several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson, since being discharged from the navy, left Sunday for Los Angeles, California, where he expects to secure a position. C. B. Chipman attended a state funeral directors' meeting at Des Moines laat Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Mary McDonald accompanied him as far as Ames, where aha visited a tow day* with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Nelson. Serious Nosebleed Fenton: Mra. T. N. McFall was taken seri&usly *1» early Friday morning when »be auffered a now blMdwWcb bated for wvaral hours. At this writing she U still very weak but seems to be improving. Young brides can take a tip from older ones—The Honeymoon Won't Fade If you Visit Us. MORRISON'S Beauty Shop We've A Monopoly on Smartness in Our New WHITE SHOES For Gifts - For Necessities You')) Find Foster's a Pleasure LANE CEDAR CHESTS W X- * DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE WE ABE MAKING A SPEC IAL SHOWING AND GIVING SPECIAL VALUES ON Frigidaires Maytags Skelgas Stoves Philco Radios Electrolux Torridaire Modern Maid Ranges BJUSTROM'S Lovely Brides and Beautiful Bridesmaids Come to Kresensky's Because they're sure and we truly believe that we sell America's greatest shoe values and prettiest footwear. POPULARLY PRICED FROM $1.98 to $6.98 Kresensky's $14.75 to $29.75 25-35% Saving on every Diningroom Suite. Free Gift with Each Suite BEDROOM 3-Piece Suite Genuine walnut vanity suit*. Full, large, roomy cheat and vanity Only $69.50 (INNER SPRING MATTRESS FREE) Beautiful Frieze Tapestry New modern frame in cold rust color $59.00 (LAMP AND TABLE Oft PULL-UP CHAIR FREE) Foster Furniture Company JEWELRY <34t* Algona Home Appliances Swea City A Letter to Brides May we have the privilege of photographing you in your bridal robes. Since your wedding; portraits are probably the most important ones you will ever have of yourself, you want to feel assured that you are having the services of a competent artist Having photographed many important weddings, we will be glad to show you these portraits either in your home or at the studio. WEDDING GIFT OF 8x10 ENLARGEMENT OF BRIDE AND GROOM IN IVORY TONE TO EACH BRIDE Peterson Studio WEDDING RINGS The right wedding ring is certain to ba found in our comprehensive stock. GoU or platinum, plain or diamond set, our rings are sure to please with llieir beauty, quality and reasonable prices. DIAMOND KINGS $12.50 to $250 WILL F. BROWN. Owner NEW SILVERWARE PATTERNS See the new patterns in silverware—Holmes and Mi wards inlaid for enduring silverware beauty. It's sterling inlaid, but costs no more than you expect to pay for "something more than plate". A. H. Borchardt ^ tSSBSBMyBB^^ For The Bride - And Groom Too - Save In The Algona & Loan Ass'n ftyfjjMf&fX/Sprfi^^

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