The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1936 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1936
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JThe Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, June 23,i$36 Haas-Roth Weeding— Miss Augusta Haag and Harold Roth were married this morning ft St. Michael's church in Whittemore The ceremony was performed by Father Edward Fandel of Remsen who was a classmate of the young couple. The bride, who is a daughter o Mrs. Josephine Haag of Whitte more, wore a long chiffon organdy dress of pastel colors with white accessories, and carried a large bouquet of red and white American beauty roses. Her bridesmaid was Miss Leona Haag of Sioux City, who wore an organdy dress with white accessories. Mrs. Roth was attended by Henry Haag. Gwenaver Kelley sang two solos. After the ceremony a two course wedding breakfast was given by the bride's sisterl Kathryn. at Kate's cafe. Later a wedding din- mother, and a color scheme of orchid and green was used. After dinner the couple left on a wedding trip. Both Mr. and Mrs. Roth were graduates from the Presentation Academy at Whittemore. She is a graduate of Samuel's School of Cosmetology at Sioux City and is em- played at Marguerite's Beauty Shop. Mr. Roth, who is a son of Mrs. Sadie Roth of Whittemore, is a graduate from Dunwoodie Electric Academy of Minneapolis, and is employed at the Pratt Electric. The couple will be at home in the Peck apartment on North Thorington street after July 1. Rising-Bell Ntiptinln— A quiet wedding took place a 2:30 Sunday afternoon when Qlady Rising became the bride of Paul C Bell. Rev. W. G. Muhleman per formed the single ring ceremony a the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Pat Cullen was the best man, an the maid of honor was Marian Rising, sister of the bride. Members of the immediate family attended The bride wore a white tailored suit and her attendant's costume was of white knit. The bride was born and raised in Algona and graduated from the Algona high school. She attended Cornell College at Mount Vernon and studied music. For the past few years she has been employed at Chrisehilles & Herbst store. Mr. Bell is a graduate of Parsons college where he majored in French nnd English. He was affiliated with the Zeta Theta Gamma frat- rnity. He is now employed at Dutch's Service station. Mr. and Mrs. Bell left for Des >toines and Faireld. Fairfleld is ocated in southern Iowa and is the lome of tho groom's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Clyde Bell, where Mr. 3ell is doctor of optometry and a ustice of the peace. They will be cone one week and will be at home July 1st at the Vera apartments. Social Calendar Wednesday, Jnnft 24 The second luncheon for the lad ies of the Algona Country Club will be held next Wednesday at one p. m. Those serving on the com mittee are Mrs. M. P. Weaver Qhairman, Mrs. M. G. Norton, Mrs E. A. Scheme!. Mrs. Al Falkenhain er, Mrs. W. D. Andrews. Mrs. F C. Scanlan. Mrs. A. L. Peterson, and Mrs. D. L. McDonald. Thursday, June 25 Members of the Congregational Circles of Mrs. A. J. Carr and Mrs D. P. Smith will meet at the state rark at one o'clock, Thursday, for a covered dish picnic supper. There will be a Dutch lunch at the Country Club next Thursday to finish the Caliente tournament now in progress. All Caliente rounds must be completed by that date, and a Dutch lunch will be held to >te the winners. Potter Reunion—' There were 75 attending the Potter family reunion at the Floral Hall at the fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. A covered dish picnic dinner was served, followed by a business meeting and a short program. Out of town guests were Mrs. James Reid and five children, of Hector, Minnesota; Mrs. Ella Potter. Sioux City; Mrs. Mable Potter Spencer; Roy Potter and son Schnller; Mr. and Mrs. Deibert Potter. Fort Dodge; Mrs. Alta Stiles and two sons. Charles City; Mrs Alice Miller, Minerva; and Mrs. A Webster, Graettinger. Showers for Augusta Haag— Miss Augusta Haag. operator at Marguerite's Beauty Shop, was honored last Sunday at miscellaneous shower given at the Academy Hall at Whittemore. About 125 were ih attendance and presented the hon- ree with many beautiful gifts. Cards were the diversion and a luncheon was served. Another courtesy was given in her honor by Rosella Neu, who entertained a group of friends who presented the honoree with handkerchiefs. Honor Ann Peterson— Kathryn Misbach nnd Margaret Blossom entertained in honor of Mrs. Mell Peterson at the R. S. Blossom home Friday evening. There were three tables of bridge. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison won first prize. Jreen-Shopard Marirngp— The marriage of Edith Green, laughter of Mrs. Elmer Green. Lu- Verne, to Keith Shepard. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Shepard, Jackon, Minnesota, took place Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at the Methodist parsonage in Fort Dodge. Rev. J A. Hutchinson read the ingle ring ceremony. They were ttended by Mrs. Harry Smith and Claudia Hutchinson of Fort Dodgi The bride wore a brown and whit silk dress, with white accessorie Mr. and Mrs. Shepard will live i Jackson after July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter Observe Golden Anniversary USED CARS 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1928 Chevrolet Coupe 29 Nash Sedan Two Model T Fords New Oldsmobileg on Display WASHING—GREASING—BATTERY SERVICE Algona Auto Market West of Court House OWVWWVWVWWIrWWW Dinner for Home Builder*— The Home Builders class of th Methodist church entertained b Mrs. Art Helberg's division, met fo: the last time this year, at a 6:3( dinner at the church. After dinner there was a business meeting and a program. Roy Bjus trom gave an excellent talk on hi? trip to Havana and a reading was given by Charlotte Johnson. Games were also played. Dinner Party at Edges— Six girls attended a dinner party at the Edge home last Friday evening. They prepared and served a four course dinner. The evening was spent socially, and was followed by a slumber paprty. Betty Edge, Elaine Hiistedt. Esther Pratt. Marion Corey. Isabel Greenberg and Theodora Larson were guests at the party. (WWVWWWWVWVWWV 900 Seat* 2 Large Cooling Plants S Air Conditioned Lobbies 900 Heats Wed.-Thurs., June 24-25 Wednesday 2:30 matinee; Thurs- Q««_:_i A.JJ-J A *i. day l o'clock continuous. Reg- "Facial. Added AttrOC Ut«r special Wednesday, matinee and night. Thursday matinee. A Damon Runyon story Fine Entertainment SHE TOOK A RIDE AND RETURNED WITH A HUSBAND! WMMTWT THE UIISIGUVSl ROBERT YOUNG BETTY FURNESS MrMONO W BHUIE CA tion. Thursday Joe Louis Max Schmeling Fight Pictures OFFICIAL Slow motion—blow for blow. Better than a ringside seat. Prices 10c-26c Friday-Saturday, Sunday-Monday, June 26-27 2:30 ruatiiite Friday. < .i.tlnuoi Saturday. 900 Seats—900 Seats The greatest known attrtirtit today. Joe Louis-Max Schmeling Fight Official Not a News Kw-l but a Fealur- »***—round by round—blow mo- And— mmm June 26-27 ^i.'j^y matinee c-or.tijiuuus 1-i -l-'.t o'clock. 900 Seats- 900 Seats i One O'clock Luncheon- Mrs. Frank Seeley and Mrs. Frank Thorpe were joint hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Frank Seeley Thursday afternoon. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. There were six tables of bridge, with Mrs. Albert Granzow receiving first prize, Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle, second, and Mrs. Archie Michel, consolation prize. Party for Martha Dewel— Mary Foster entertained at a bridge party at her home, in honor of Martha Dewel, Muskogee, Oklahoma. There were twelve of Martha's friends present. High score prize went to Margaret Vlgars and Martha received a guest prize. Entertains Dessert Club— Mrs. Leon Merritt entertained the members of the dessert club at her home Friday evening. Bridge was the diversion of the evening. In prizes Mrs. Lloyd Muckey received high, Mrs. William Vigars, low, and Mrs. Fred Geigel, travel. Party for Teresa Duffy Mrs. M. J. Duffy and Frances Duffy entertained a few Whittemore friends Friday evening in honor of Teresa Duffy, of San Francisco. Prizes were won by Mrs. Will Higgins. Mrs ~ - - - esa Duffy. Airs. Geering Surprised— Seven lady friends surprised Mrs Wm. Geering on her birthday last Thursday afternoon, at a handkerchief shower. Bridge was played, and high prize went to Mrs. Walter Dale, and low prize to Mrs. Chris Wallukait. Bible Class The members of the Bible class of the Congregational church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Belle Purvis. There were 22 members of the class present. Urn. William* Ho*te»*— Mrs. Chet Williams was hostess to the eight members of her bridge lub Friday evening. Mrs. Wendell French and Mrs. Bob Larson were quests of the club. Si\ O'clock Dinner- Airs. Vtrnon Storm wits hostess at a six o'clock dinner party on Tlturdsuy evening in the Blue Room "t Hotel Algona. There were ten quests present. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorte. arc observing their golden wedding anniversary todny. The day Is be ing spent quietly as no specia celebration was planned. The McWhorters have lived in Kossuth county all their marriec life. Until eighteen years ago when they moved to Algona they lived on the McWhorter farm in Portland township across the roac from where their son, Ray, now lives. They took an active part in the social and civic life of their community, and Mr. McWhorter filled numerous township offices, including trustee and president of the school board. He served as pres- dcnt of the Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Company from 1916 to 1922. He was also actively interested in the Burt creamery and eleva- or. Mr. McWhorter came from (Vhiteside county. Illinois, where his father was a thrifty farmer, and a member of the state legls- ature one term. Mr. McWhorter's >rother. LeRoy. owns the Handy grocery, and his sister, Mrs. J. Q. nmeson. also lives In Algona. Anther sister. Mrs. Anna Woods, ivcs In Sterling. III. Mrs. McWhorter was born in •Cossuth county, the daughter of Ir. nnd Mrs. Andrew L. Seeley. Her father rnme to Kossuth in 1855. with Captain Ingham and was the fifth man to settle in Portland township. He married Alice Benschoter, and after owning various pieces of land,established the Seeley home farm in 1864, Tand which is now owned by his grandsons, Seeley Bros. He and Capt. Ingham named Plum Creek because there were so many plum trees and Buffalo Fork after they had run 100 buffaloes Into the creek there. They also named the Black Cat creek. Mrs. McWhorter has two living sisters, Mrs. Frank Reibhoff of Algona and Mrs. Nettle Isenberger of California. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Seeley, lives on the old Seeley farm with her son. The McWhorters have four child ren: Mrs. Alice White, who lives n Waukegon, Illinois: Vera of Om »ha: Ray, who was formerly county chairman of the Republican par:y for several years, and Lewis, who formerly farmed the home place but now lives in Algonn. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter are in :ood health, although she is hand- rapped in getting about because of rheumatism. However, she enjoys working with her flowers and does icr own house work. Mr. McWhorter is 82 and she is ten years younger. This summer their grand- on. Roland White, is staying with hem and acting as Hfeguard at he swimming pool. Since coming o Algona the McWhorters have affiliated with the Congregational hurch, * LILLIAN HEIDENW1TH BRIDE OF LLOYD WALKER OF WHITTEMORE Shower Honors Couple Who Were Wed on Sunday Tony Smith and Ter- Kossuth la 8th K.,.isuth county is eighth in the ••<t;itu in total number of fishing and hunting issued, Joe Dooley, Krorder, states. They wcie horn to lall in love. Fake a love trip to Han Francisco. .\ever su-h a thrill. Most exciting screen sweethearts of tilt year. Clark GaUe has a new girl friend. Jeannettt- McDonald, gold voiced star of "Rose Marie." White Linen Sandals and Ties Extra Special 98c While They Last White Kid and Calf Sandals special this week 1.95-.2.95 Brownell Shoe Co. Store of Kousuth Count/ Whitsmore: A miscellaneous shower was iieid at the Lutheran school hull Thursday afternoon in lonor of Miss Lillian Heidenwith, laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Heid- 'nwith, who was married to Lloyd Vallcer Sunday afternoon at the julheran church. Games were played and guessing r.nte.sts were held by the ladies resent. Prizes were won by Mrs ieo. Siems. Mrs. Louis Greincrt, Irs. Fred Heinrich and Mrs. Leo nnkey. The history of Miss Heidenwith's fe up to the time when she was to e married was read by Edna chultz and at this place five cou- 'ns of Miss Heidenwith took part i a mock wedding. Selma Meyer ctcd as the minister; Verda Meyer, groom; Evelyn Voigt, bride; Gertrude Meyer, best man; Rosella Voigt, bridesmaid. Myrtle Barber played the wedding march. A delicious lunch was served and Miss Heidenwith received many beautiful and useful gifts. Those who attended the shower from out of town were Mrs. Henry Kueck and daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Walter Thompson, all of Lone Rock; Mrs. Leo Sankey and Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith of Brltt; Mrs. Geo. Stems, Mrs. Herman Haack, Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Mrs. Erwin and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Miss Sld- onla Bierstedt and Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt, all of Fairville; Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch, Mrs. Noah Relsner, Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mrs. Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek; Mrs. Harold Kuecker, Mrs. J. E. Walker, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Algona, and Mrs. Clarence Sebers, Garner. Fire Dept Celebration The Whittemore Volunteer fire company has made arrangements to hold another celebration this year. It will be held earlier this year than last year, as it was held then the latter part of August. This year it will be held July 22. A committee has been appointed for this celebration and It is put on to raise money to help pay for the new fire truck the company purchased last fall. Busy Knot Tielng Rev. W. H. Dlscher, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, is being kept quite busy these days tieing knots. He had the honor of marrying three couples within one week, Stewart V. Oxley of Corwith and Evelyn DeWald of Kanawha were married early last Sunday morning. Charles Coles and Hilma Heinemann of Elmhurst, III., were married last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen were witnesses for this wedding. Lloyd Walker of Algona and Lillian Heidenwith were married Sunday afternoon at 2 p. in. Elmer Bell had a tumor removed from his scalp at the McCreery hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Buttemore and daughter of West Bend were Whit- ti-more visitors Monday. Leonn Dreyer of Lotts Creek assisted at the H. Z. Zumach meat market last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Higley and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen left on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ostwald are at Rochester, Minn., to consult specialists in regard to Mrs. Ostwald's health. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelin and Arliss Klein of Mason City visited at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Will Higgins are the happy grandparents of a son born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Don Sylvester at Sioux City. Miss Ava Simpson left Wednesday for Evanston, 111., where she will atend a summer session at Northwestern University. LaVonne Wehrspan entertained 30 young folks at her home last week Monday afternoon, the occasion being her eighth birthday. Mrs. Will Higgins accompanied by Mrs. Ray Burdine, went to Sioux City Wednesday, where they will visit a few days at the Don Sylvester home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker of Delevan, Minn., were Sunday visitors with relatives at Whittemore and also at the J. E. Walker horn in Algona. Erwin Siems accompanied by Os ir Poirot, Herman Voigt and A D. Brogan left «iarly Tuesday morn ing for northern Minnesota to trj their luck at fishing. LuVerne Visitor* Shown Courtesies Lu Verne: Several courtesies were given the F. G. Haglsts, Chicago, who were visiting relatives and friends here last week. On Tuesday night they were dinner guests at the J. A. Zwlefel home at Corwith. On Friday evening a family picnic was held at the LuVerne Park. The Hagists at one time owned the Model cafe here, but moved to Chicago twelve yean ago. Mr. Hagist and son, Orbln, are both employed by the Chicago Screw factory, a concern which employs 1300 people. Wllma Merkle la visiting at the Walter Merkle home near Fort Dodge. Mrs. Wm. Curtis is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Anna Sankey, at the Arthur Riley home. Mrs. Sue Rollins has returned to her home at Silvus, III. A daughter came here to get her. Presbyterian Ladles' Aid will meet Wednesday, June 24, at the home of Mrs. Harry Chrlstenson. Darlene Godfrey, Fort Dodge, spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Godfrey. Mrs. Geo. Hanna and daughter stopped Friday on their way to Buffalo, Minn., for a visit at the Peter Thompson home. Clinton and Donald Godfrey, sons of Melvln Godfrey, Chapin, are here shingling their father's house occupied by the DeRae Godfreys. Mrs. F. I. Chapman attended the Cemetery Officers Association state meeting at Council Bluffs last week. She also visited at the Leo Chapman home at Omaha. The Methodist Sunday School leld their annual picnic at Renwick 'ark Thursday. The customary >icnic dinner and a program ol ports was much enjoyed. Al and Milo Miller, Ervin Ramus, Fred Wolf and Elmer Ortnbach are fishing in northern Minnesota. .The Harold Sorensens are home from a week's outing there. Mrs. Howard MacMartln, formerly of Akron, Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Godfrey. About July 1st she and Dr. MacMarttn expect to go to Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Don CIchty and Orbln Hagiat drove from Chicago Friday to attend the silver anniversary of the double wedding of Mr. add Mrs. F. G. Hagist and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ltchty. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison, St. Agathe, Canada, also carrte attend the same event Mrs. Harrtgon Is a daughter of C. H. Lichty and with her arrival the entire Lichty family of flve sons and two daughters, were reunited. Jimmle Neville says "Ton can, never go wrong, brtoedng along, minding your own tmata«m." rWWVWWWVWWWWVYWWA 1-45 Johnson's Specials Omar Flour, per bag IXL Flour, large hag Climalene, per pkg. Corn Starch, 2 pkgs. for W. Wheat Flakes 2 pkgs. for Pels Naptha Soap 10 bars for C. S. Johnson 15c 19c USED CARS R. & G. VALUES 1935 FORD TUDOR SEDAN clean throughout, ready, $176 down, $24 per month. 1934 FORD TUDOR SEDAN black, reconditioned, $161 down, $19 per month. 1933 CHE V. TOURING 4 DOOR SEDAN clean motor, excellent paint, $131 down, $23 per month. 1934 FORD FORDOR SEDAN deluxe model, trunk, heater, $170 down, $21 per month. 1932 NASH COUPE see it to appreciate, $117 down, $23 per month. 1931 FORD TUDOR WITH TRUNK new tires, motor overhauled, new paint, $95 down $18 mo. SQUARE DEAL VALUES 1932 CHEV. COACH, NICE RUNNING has had good care, $117 down, $23 per mo. 1930 CHEVROLET COUPE new paint, $76 down, $15 per month. 1930 FORD COUPE, RUNS GOOD a real snap at $76 down, $15 per month. 1930 PONTIAC FOUR DOOR SEDAN trunk, inside clean, $78 down, $17 per month. 1928 WOLVERINE, 4 DOOR SEDAN immaculate, $61 down and $12 per month. 1930 FORD TUDOR WITH TRUNK lots of miles left. $76 down, $16 per month. 1931 CHRYSLER 4 DOOR SEDAN $95.00 down and $17.00 per month 'AS IS" CARS 1930 Ford Tudor 1926 Dodge Coupe Three ' 1929 Willys 6 Coach 1930 Ford Coupe Ford tudors MANY TRUCKS TO CHOOSE FROM WITH LONG AND SHORT WHKKF.RA8E, AND SINGLE AND DUAL, TIRES Kent Motor Co. Telephone 434 FARMERS ATTENTION TWINE Place your order now. JOE BLOOM Cmut-to-CoMt Store SALE f 'M KLtER- SHEER £xo</«/r> HOSIERY Kine chiffon and service wheight hose specially priced for this week only. All first quality and in all the new and popular shades. Regular $1.26 Hose now $1.00 Eegular $1.00 Hose now 79c Regular 79c Hose now 69c Brownell Shoe Co. lit* Sbo* Btore of ¥"»«ntl) Algona as well aa look your best Enjoy the Biggest, the Moat Spectacular Celebration Ever Held at the Kossuth County Fair Grounds Two Big Days - July 4th and 5th You'll want to keep cool and comfortable —so do this—do your shopping at CHRISTENSEN'S ALGONA-S 8TTIJ5 CENTER FOB WOMEN, MISSES' AND CHILDREN to^we" PrearCd to H<?rVe y ° Ur CVery Deed "* the80ason ' s smartest things Cracker Jack Dress Values For everyone who wanU a smart new drew for the Fourth will certainly find one in our immense stock of uheor Chiffon* and Bembergs—washable Crepe, and Cords—Linen and Cotton Lace.—EyeleU and cheer Washable Cotton* $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $5.95, $7.95 and better Summer Coats and Suits White and pastel colors in coats of lace, fleecetone and novel weaves—suits of linen and novel woolens in white—navy and brown in styles that are correct $3.95, $5.95, 8.95 and better Smart Dresses for Children The young folks will want to be dressed up on the Fourth too. For them we have unusually smart dresses for hot weather wear $1.98, $2.98, $3.98 Swim Suits, Beach Robes Enjoy a swim in a famous "Allen A" bathing suit—and to wear to and from your swim a beach robe for comfort and good looks, too «»*«* $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98 Slacks, Culottes, Shirts. Shorts To fully enjoy the great outdoors—picnics, hikes trios— wear an outing outfit, at a very small cost mp*— Bags, Gloves, Hose, Costume Jewelry To complete your outfit we can supply your ever* wish in smart accessories, moderately priced. •» 1 0 IN THE BAHRAIN BASEMENT For those who wish to be outfitted with cool »M- Uh summer clothes at a very small cost-visit our bargain basement—Algona'i Busiest Center. MB& THIBON IN CHAKG* Bargain Christensen Bros. Co. Algona's Style Center

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