The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1936 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 26, 1936
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The Ateona Ppper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 26,1936 Teacher and Goest Honored— , Davttf Phillips and his guest, Miss ra Moyl of Ottnnell were hon- it a dinner-dance on Friday djkjr evening at tlfe Algona Hotel, given by the cast of the senior class ptey and Others. Impromptu spfceehe* furnlsIWd amusement fol- lowiflf the dinner and the remainder of the evening was spent dancing. Those present were Mr. Phillips and MM) Moyl, Drennan Mathes, Gall SMckelford, Aria Bakken, James Spencer, Theodore Larson, Bob Post, Bill Dalley, Joyce Christensen, Walter Beardsley, Mary . Catherine Hum, Marion Corey, Watson March, John Bishop, JEl- alne Hilsteadt, Audrey Rucker, Wayne Moore, Helen Frankl, Stanley Muckey and Paul Berger. Honors Miss Meseer— A party, honoring Frances Mes- ser, local teacher, was given Friday evening by the Misses Hattie Wilson, Alvena Miller. Margaret Hullerman, Leona Krampe and Antoinette Bonnstetter. About twenty were present, including those teachers who had taught with her throughout her stay in the public schools and the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing, Mr. and Mrs. David Ward, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mr. and Mrs. John .- .^McDowell and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon. Bridge and monopoly were played during the evening. A gift was presented Miss Messer, who has been elected county superintendent of schools in Humboldt county. Honsewarmlng for Andersons— A group of their friends entertained at a housewarming party for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson Monday evening of last week. Twelve couples surprised the Andersons and spent the time playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera received the high prize, Mrs. Raymond Reid the low prize for the women and the men's low prize went to Perm Laing. Cut prizes went to Mrs. Ed Bartlett, Mrs. Louis Lynk, Henry Johannsen, Oscar Anderson. Kitchen utensils were given the Andersons by their Birthday C1nh— The eight women of a birthday club gathered at the home of Mrs Gordon Kiihn Thursday afternoon the occasion being her birthday Two tables of bridge were in ses sion during the afternoon hours and Mrs. Frank Vera was presented with high prize. Low prize was received by Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and Mrs. James Watts received the travel prize. Mrs. Kuhn received handkerchiefs from her guests. Delphian Meeting Today— Delphians are meeting today (Tuesday) at the hotel for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. N. C. Rice is giving a talk on Amber, Jet? and Jade on the program. The Delph- ians are sponsoring a benefit movie at the Call Theatre June 3-4. The show will be "These Three." Proceeds are to be used for the high school prize in freshman English, given each year by the DelphianE. Guests at Good Hope—The Methodist Ladies' Aid were guests Wednesday afternoon of the Good Hope Ladies' Aid in Good Hope. Sixty-four women were in attendance from here and enjoyed the program which consisted of playlet, several musical selections including a solo by Rev. Alle Wood, pastor of the Good Hop church. Refreshments were serve later. Dinner Party Given— Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton en tertalned at a dinner party Thurs day evening. Bridge was played in the after-dinner hours. Mr. am Mrs. J. F. Overmyer received th Tuesday, • May 88 Meeting of Rebekah lodge in th evening at 1. O. O. F. hall. Home coming and dues paying night Re freshments. Thursday, May 28 Meeting o* Woman's Home Mis sionary society at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. M. G. Norton, on Kast Cal street. Meeting of Royal Neighbor lodge in evening. Young People's meeting at the Trinity Lutheran church at a p. m Sunday, May 81 Confirmation of the Lutheran catechumens will take place In the Trinity Lutheran church at 10 a. m. Public is invited. Tea Given Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Barry announced the marriage of their daughter, Betty, to R. C. Berrle, ttason City, at a tea given Sunday >y Mrs. Barry. The wedding date las been set for June 8th. Miss Elizabeth Holtzbauer poured and Kiss Kathleen Holtzbauer was as- ilsting hostess. Pastel colors and ipring flowers formed the decora- ions on the table and about the house. high family score prize, tone Johnson received Mrs. An the low friends and guests. prize and Raymond Norton receiv ed the low prize for the men. K. T. W. Club—' ~ The E. T. W. club members were entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Bert Cronan. Bridge was played and Mrs. Meda Redfield re celved the first prize. Mrs. Free Powell was presented with trave prize and low prize went to Mrs John Storm. Call Theatre Outstanding Theatre for Years Sound—Comfort—Programs ALWAYS 200 SEATS at 26c Wed.-Thurs., May 27-28 Thursday matinee 2:30 The star of -LJtti* Lord Fauntleroy". the hero of "-What Price . Glory", the director of taimji Seas", a Damon Runyoa story- four guarantees of a great entertainment. T1»rMMtl« dvtatdr* of • boy kl*f m> MicWIWWw GlorUSuirt Comedy and News Friday-Saturday, May 29-30 Continuous show Saturday— Decoration Day Special. The finest actress of 1935. Academy vward winner. iqoh««I i Afl«n'« moat mmjaUooal "jMagr. (tauut comedy, the ritsy Florid* setting and fine supporting cast—four ruarantees of an outstanding entertainment. Comedy—"Fight is Right", Technicolor Musical Memories. Call Pathe City News. fridge-Luncheon— Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer and Mrs. Arlo Adams entertained ladies at a one o'clock luncheon a the Falkenhainer home on Satur day. Mrs. P. P. Zerfass receive the high score prize at bridge an Mrs. F. C. Scanlan received th second prize. .Mission Festival- Annual mission festival of th local Trinity Ev. Lutheran churcl was held Sunday. Rev. G. H Schaefer, Livermore, conducted the forenoon services and Rev. K. W Wagner, Emmetsburg, occupied th pulpit in the afternoon. A large crowd attended the festival from Rockwell City, Humboldt, Liver more, Emmetsburg, Corwith, Lone Rock, Fenton, Whlttemore, Lu Verne. West Bend, Bode, St. Benedict and Burt. The following pastors and their families were present: Revs. R. W. Kabelitz. Fenton; E. Fiene, Lone Rock; L. Richmann Burt: H. D. Stahmer, Cylinder, and W. H. Discher, Whittcmore. Luncheon Hostesses — Mrs. Arlo Adams and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer were luncheon lostesses Thursday afternoon at he home of the former. Eight of their friends were present. Con- :ract was played and high prize went to Mrs. Ralph Miedke. Mrs H. M. Smith received the second prize. Sixth Birthday Celebration— A celebration of her sixth birthday was held by Arlene Spilles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spilles. Twelve of her small friends were present and spent the time playing games. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Spilles later. Des*«r* dob A meeting of the eight members if the Dessert club was held on Yiday with Mrs. Geo. Conklin. /In. W. A. Vigars received the first rize. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn the low rizu. and Mrs. Fred Parks, the ravel prize. foatesses Today- Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. V. A. Foster are entertaining to- ay (Tuesday) at the Overmyer ome at a luncheon-bridge party. 'our tables of bridge are in ses- ion. iue Morlan Weds — Mias Sue Morlan, Algona beauty hop proprietor and Robert Simon- on, were married at Adel, May 12. dr. Simonson is a business man of Jraettinger, where they will live. Honor Birthday— The couplea of her bridge club met at the Clarence Stewart home Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Stewart's birthday. A covered dish supper was served and the remainder of the evening spent playing bridge. Mrs. Stewart was presented with a gift by the club. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelaji and daughter, Jo Ellen, were guests. ST. JOE FAMILIES JOINED BY WEDDING St. Joe: On Monday morning May 2Sth, In St. Joseph's Catholic church. Miss Bertha Thul, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Thul became the bride of Peter Becker son of Mr? and Mrs. Joseph Becker Sr., in a pretty double ring cer emony. Rev. George Theobald per formed the ceremony and read the nuptial high mass. The younj couple was attended by Mr. am Mrs. Harold Thul. Mrs. Thul is a sister of the groom and Mr. Thu! is a brother of the bride. The bride was attired In a white :affeta gown and turban-shaped trailing veil and carried a bouquet of red roses. The matron of honor was attired In light pink taffeta gown with white accessories and :arrled a bouquet of pink carna- Ions. The men wore light grey nits and wore a boutonniere. The young couple is well known n this vicinity having spent their ntire lives here. The bride is a raduate of the Livermore high chool and the groom graduated rom St Joseph's parochial school. A reception was given at the ome of the bride's parents to BO elatives. A three course dinner ivas served. A wedding dance was given in he Livermore hall to the friends and relatives of the young couple Relatives from a distance to attend the wedding were Mrs. Anton Wilmus, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wilmus, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Val Kngert, Farlbault, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lenertz, Comfrey, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilmus from Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan spent Friday at Fort Dodge attending a district meeting of postmasters. Airs. Let's Help Put A Kossuth County Man m The White House During ihc prrliminui-y <-aini»aign, .Senator J.. J. L>i<-kin^ju has been prominently inenii«»n«.-d a.-s a pivnidi-ntial candidate, IT i-scerlain that hi.s name will !>e j.iv-nit.-d in the National Convention, but FIRST it i- <..!'primary importance that Iowa republican.-, re-nominate J)ickin.><.n by a coiirlu>ive majority. NV.vr before, in history lut.s a Ko.s.suth County man rUi-u >» high in national affairs. Vote for "Dick" and Put Kossuth Co. on the Map Dickinson for Senator Club H. K. Huttoii, President K. J. Harrington, Secret a rv. P. R. Iron* visited from Wednesday until Sunday in Spencer, guest of her sister, Mrs. C. J. Nugent. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders visited from Friday until Sunday in Sioux City with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Foutz. Airs. W. W. Parsons of Des Moin- spent Sunday and Monday In Al- gonn as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan. Knto Skinner and Dr. Margaret 3utler, Fort Dodge, spent the week end here with the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner. Betty Gunn, daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. spent the week end with Dorothy McDonald and other 'riends at Emmetsburg. Mrs. S. .1. Kennedy, New Hamp- on spent from Sunday until Tues- Iny in Algona as the guest of Mr. uul Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. Mrs. Jack Beers returned Sunday vening from Rochester, Minnesota, where she has been for the past two weeks receiving medical treatment,. Mr». W. D. Howie and daughter, Beverly. Rockwell City, came Monday evening and will spend this .•eck visiting here at the Russell :ook home. Mrs. Ray Hutchison and' two aughtcr.s of Waterloo are spend- ng two weeks in the L. K. Kruntz ome while Mr. Krantz ic dispos- ng of his household goods. Mr. and Mrs. T, L. Larson, Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Morck and Mr. and rirs. Henry Bunkofake will spend lemorial Day and the week end at cottage on Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Larson of yrshirc, spent Thursday evening n Algona as guests of Mr. Laron's brother, T. L,. Larson and amily. The group attended the enior class play. Mr. and Mm. Burdette Agurd Ian to go to Iowa City on Friday vening and spend the week end with Mrs. Agard's mother, Mrs. F. Davis. Mrs. Davis will return to Algona with them for a month's isit. Mr*. Walter Good returned 8un- ay from Garner where she had rtaited her daughter. Mrs. Cecil tenner, since Wednesday. She also isited with friends in Mason City, 'he Bennera brought her to her home here. .Mrs. Daniel Kelley and John and Mary Kelley of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and made the acquaintance of their new grandson and nephew, the Edward Kelley hahy a I the Kossuth hospital. .Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Klntch drove to Deri Monies Saturday on business. That evening they returned j aa fur as Fort Dodge and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vere Collins. They returned Sunday evening. Air. and Mrs. L. J. NeUoa left thi.i morning (Tuesday,' for Cherokee to bring home their daughter, Margaret and Kileen Foster of Hntt, formerly of Algona. The girls have completed the school year at Mount St. Mary's where buth were freshmen. ! Mr*. Everett Harris wa» brought i to her home here last Wednesday | from the Mercy hospital in Fort Oodge where she had undergone an operation, recently. The Harris' small daughter, June, visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom near Wesley, during her mother's absence. Mrs. W. K. Uaucott drove to Clear Lake Thursday where she met her ulster, Mrs. J. H. Bailey. The two then went to Iowa Fulls to visit with Mrs. Bailey's daughter, Mrs. Winton TripletU Mr. Triulett, who was Arlene Bailey, was married a month ago. They returned to their homes Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. -I. Fuller and three children expect to move to Algona from Spencer about June 1. Mr. Fuller travels for the Sieg Co. tf Fort Dodge and is a cousin of Mrs. Lon Wright. The oldest daughter will enU-r the local high school this fall and the other two, a girl and a boy are in grade school. Jean Sue lie* r and Lucille thMtvus, students at Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end in the Counter Suhoby home, guests of a former school-mau, Virginia Virginia wiia Uiken ill suddenly on Sunday as the result uf a shot for lock-jaw given about a week ago, after she had stepped an i ruity nail. Qttarton A Miner Were In Hnm holdt several days hut week tryin a case in the district court. Joe Lowe of Afgona is the gucat speaker at a meeting of wild Hf conservationists at Humboldt thl evening. Chris Knndften, daughter Dorlys and Helen Zittritsch and Vlole Norman, spent the day Sunday flsh ing at Silver Lake. Mr*. B. M Sonthgate returned on Tuesday afternoon of last wee from Britt where she had visltec several days with friends. Th Southgates formerly lived in Britt Mrs. Southgate recently returnee from Washington and California where she had spent the wlnte months, and is now making he home with her daughter, Mrs. Theo Herbst Mrs. Beverly Clarke and Everett Eyres, LeMars, came here Satur day and visited at the C. W. Berg Reid home. Mr. Eyres returned home Sunday, accompanied by his wife and son, Philip, who have been visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bergfleld. Mrs Clarke remained for a longer visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Bergfleld. Mrs. F. IN Thorpe and mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner left this morn- ng, Tuesday, for Omaha, to at- end the funeral of Mrs. Skinner's sister-in-law, Mrs. D. Masemann, who died last Saturday, following a ong illness. Funeral services were '•heduled for today. They expected to return Thursday, accompanied by Mrs. Skinner's brother, Mr. Masemann. Mr. and Mn| O. C. Vance returned Friday eevning from Smith Center, Kansas, where Mrs. Vance had gone three weeks previously for her sister's wedding. Mr. Vance went down for the ceremony and they were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. George Dolecheck who will visit here for a week. The group spent Monday and Tuesday on a fishing trip to Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. f. H. and sons, Julian and Jack, and Mrs. J. T. Chrisehtlles spent Friday In Des Molnes on business. Leona Miller of Minnesota lake, Minn., came Sunday and la spending the week with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Miller. Lester Leichliter of Des Moines spent the week end In Algona with friends. Mr. Leichliter is the former manager of the local Publlx Car Exchange. Mm. MM Harris and daughter, Mary, spent the week end In Wesley with the daughter of the former, Mrs. Milton Giddinga and Mrs, Lawrence Haneen. Mildred Ryther, while fishing at Silver Lake Sunday, tore the ligaments in her leg when she slip ped on a pile of rocks along the shore. The injury was quite painful. The following dentists' offices will be closed Saturday afternoon of this week: Dr. C. D. Schaap, Dr. Lee Nugent, Dr. H. M. Olson, Dr Harry McCorkle, and Dr. L. G. Baker. The lawyers of the 14th and 21st districts will hold their annual chautauqua at Crescent Beach, Okoboji, on June 12. Jerry Stillman of Algona is secretary of the 14th district Mrs. Agnes Laldley returned to Algona Sunday from Des Molnes where she had been caring for an old friend, Mrs. J. B. Woltz. Mro. .aidley Is the mother of Dow Laid- ey and Mrs. Howard Vinson. Mrs. A. D. Bradley returned from Correctionville, Iowa, Friday fol- owing a visit there with her daugh- er, Mrs. Mayme Chltty. Mrs. Chlt- y and children brought Mrs. Bradey here and returned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Toting left tonday for Wyndmere, North Dak:a. to look after their farm and to isit relatives and friends. Wyndmere is the former home of the Warm Weather Things To Wear AT Chrisiensen's Cool Comfortable Stylish Garments That's what everyone wants an that's what you'll find in our ready- to-wear department. You will always find something new and different as we have new things, arriving almost daily. Cbristensen Bros. Co. Algona'a Style Center ' • Christensen Bros, SHOK DEPARTAI EXT Air-Cooled Sandals of Smooth White Kid Walk hr cool white kid and get the comfort and style .so many women arc enjoying this summer. Cut out oxfords—.Sandal oxfords—Perforated ties—T-strap sandals—and many other smart patterns in leathers and popular summer fabrics. See them in our shoe department. $2,45 < $2,95 Youngs. They will return Itt about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. IB. W. Bensow, Buffalo Center, spent Sunday at the home of the tatter's sisters, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. The women's mother, Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh, returned with the Bensons for a visit of several weeks. Catherine McCaH spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Catherine began work Monday as national of the Alpha Iota sorority. She was recently appointed to the.position a'ter her graduation from'the American Institute of Buslftiesa. Her office Is in Des Molnes. Again GatnWes reduce Tire Prices, when other are raising. May gale Prices—30«, $4.19-4.40-21, 14.69—4.TS-19, $5.89 fof Tire and Tube. Starts Friday. , 21 JUNIOR THEATRE Biggest Bargain Theatre in the Northwest Prices 10c-16c Anytime Western Electric Wide Range Sound Water-Washed Cooling Equipment—Upholstered Seats Fine Program Booked with Stars and Stories Tou Enjoy Thurs., Fri., Sat. OINI mots THI AIR CAMS TO ADVINTUM Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. 2 Ace Features 2 1—Margaret Lindsay Glenda Farrell Warren Hull Lyle Talbot in "THE LAW IN HER HANDS" Paramount News Doubl«-borr»l«d ocHon... at yam Fighting favarit. mnunri A REPUBLIC PICTURE Walt Disney's Colored Silly Symphony Fighting Marines serial AT Christensen's We have taken many of our finer garments from our upstairs department and placed them in our bargain basement at prices cheaper than you could possibly exi>ect them to be. This is a genuine old-fashioned bargain feast, so come preparedjto share in this value-giving event, as they only happen once in a great while. Hundreds of Guaranteed Quality Garments at Prices Even Cheaper than You Would Ordinarily Pay for Cheap Inferior Garments Spring Coats as cheap as Spring Suits as cheap as 5.98 4.98 2.98 1.48 ^2.98 - 3.98 Ladies Wash Dresses at 98c . j 39 . j gg Children's Wash Dresses ijg c _ go Children's Coats as cheap aa Children's Suede Jackets at only Ladies Silk Dresaes at Ladies' and Misses' Formals .3.98 ||" • i- i *r 9 ^r ^«r Ladies' and Blisses' White Ooatsl Qfi _ o no Ladies' Wash Blouses _59c - 79c Damask Drapery Material Ruffled Curtains and Cottage Sets Ladies and Misses Silk Hose 99r Ladies' Princess Slips White Summer Hand Bags Corsets and Combinations _39c - 69c 25c Rubber Bain Capes Beautiful Printed Silks 50 In. Square Table Covers Ladies and Misses' Brassieres 59c Chidren's Socks lOc - 3 for 25c and many more bargain* equally as good Christensen Bros. Co. Mrs. Triton in charge A Rousing Bargain Basement SALE

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