The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1936 · Page 4
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Engagement Announced— 3ther guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. •- •• -~—— i oilier Kuesis were mr. ana Mrs T. The betrothal of Miss Mary Jan- Sherman. Madonna Quinn and Rob- ice Rice to Charles A. Du Charme crt H. Harrington, nil of Algona. . II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Du Charme of Detroit, Michigan, was announced by Norman C. Rice at a small dinner Saturday night given at the home in honor of his daughter's birthday. No date has been set for the wedding which will occur during the early autumn. Mary Janice is well known in Algona having grown to womanhood in the community. She graduated from the Algona high school in 1930 and from Choate School for Girls in Boston the following year after which she studied a year nt Wellesley College for Women in Massachusetts. In 1933, she transferred to the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan, graduating in June, 1935. She returned to the university in September for post graduate work. She Is a member of PI Beta Phi social sorority Charles Du Charme n attended Westminister In Connecticut, Roxbury in New Haven and the Un- . , Mary Janice will go to Minneap olis for a short time, but will re turn soon to spend the rcmatnde (lie .summer in Algona. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. July 7.1936 Social Calendar Florrnoc Nelson Weds— Friends of Florence Nelson, wh visited during the fore part of June at the home of her parents, Mr. an< Mrs. Henry Nelson, and with her sister, Mrs. Chns. Barriclcmnn, wil be interested to lenrn of her marriage on June 20 to James Pnyne of I'n.smlenn, California. The ceremony lonlt place at n priest's home in J*is Vegas. Nevada, where Mr. P;iynt> and -;rrno friends, Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Romlinson of Hollywood, met her on her return trip from Algona. The couple will he nt home in Hollywood. Mr. Payne is a graduate of the University of California and is employed ns auditor for the Union Oil Co. Florence was employed for sever- - -•-•• -•• «"*., L ,,u uu- i «.-luiuiiuc wus employed ior sever- Iversity of Michigan. He Is a mem- al years in the office of the Algona H»- „, fi,. r.-,*- „ „ I ,, oapita| and , ater Wfts emp , oy * d in ber of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. At this time, he is connected with the American Auto- The social gathering of the Youn People of the Trinity Luthera church will be held Friday evenin at 8 o'clock nt Call's Park. A those who wish to attend may mee at 7 o'clock at the church. The Loyal class of the Baptis 'Mnirch will meet for a picnic o Thursday afternoon at the swim ming pool. Those wishing to rid down, call Mrs. Roy Wooldridge. The Ice cream supper that was ti '«• held nt the home of Mrs. Chrl Kmitson by Mrs. H. E. Carr's Maj division of the Congregationa church Thursday evening, will b indefinitely postponed. On the dates of July 7 and 8 Father Shelmnndine, rector of St Thomas Episcopal church, will be In residence in Algona for the purpose of parochial visitation. Ample opportunity will be given to all for private consultation with the rector, especially after the eight p. m. service on the 7th and after the ten n. m. service on the 8th. The ser- vite on the 7th will be a shortened oven-song followed by religious instruction. The whole service will nst one hour and the public is urg- '<i to attend. The service of July 8 at 10 n. m. will be Holy Eucharist. Bishop's committee meeting at 9:15 >. m. on July 7. ., __. - . --- —..-..«*.. nu iw- i ~wv, h i.. *ji,c ginn ueeii UUIHK similar matlc Electric Company of Detroit, work in Hollywood the past two JW Ir>ntfrat+ «**)**«••*« 1**. __,A %* » I . < ..; .. _ r the office of some doctors in Fort j Dodge. She has been doing similar I Morlnn-Sorensen Nuptial* Michigan, where he and Mary Jan-1 years and will continue" for~n time ice will make their home. I Out of town guests attending the | Piano Rroltul— dinner were Richard Sherman, New York City, successful young writer, who Is spending the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C Sherman; Margaret Middleton of Eagle Grove, niece of Mrs. Rice; Roland White of Iowa Falls, who is acting as life guard at the Algona swimming pool this summer; Josephine Murtagh, of Des Moines who spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, and Charles Du Charme U. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn presented ten of her pupils in a piano recital at the Congregational church Thursday afternoon nt 2:30. Pupils that presented the program were Dick Palmer, Billy Pletch. Bobby Adams. Rose Ann Redding. Jane Ann Scanlan. Patricia Hul^ Harriet Keith. Betty Scanlnn. Doris Jane Sorensen and Virginia Schnepf. The remainder of Mrs. Gunn's pupils will be presented in recitals in the near future. Marie Morlan and Richard Sorensen were married early Saturday I morning at the home of Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. The couple left imme ' diately on a short wedding trip to points In Indiana, the former home of the bride. Mrs. Sorensen is associated with her sister at Milady's Beauty salon and will continue to operate the Jed Prouty, Dixie Dunbar, Coming to Call In "Educating Father", Friday, Saturday PORTLAND HIRES 900SEATS 900 SEATS 2—Big Cooling Systems—2 Wed.-Thurs., July 8-9 matinee-night. Thurs- DONLEVY Kdw. C. Hill News—Popeye Comedy Friday and Saturday, July 10-11 - 16c -—New, First Run Features—2 No. 1—Zane Grey's FORTdRL AND GOLD, PROVED TO BE THE UNDOING OF A RENEGADE! Comi>ai»°" '" ,,. d ITouty Shirty »"' Divir UU' vUjX " • •V'.ilucatiHK H» llwr ..v.u ,.H U-.eW^' Sun.-Mon., July 12-13 Daily Matinees Tis- pit lure was filmed became of the- IreJiuudou.-i .-uri t-sj and accJaijn an urded "The ^tory at Louis' l\isteui - .' You and you- public UMnU-d another iihii hlie it—thus the brilliant Kay Kran- WITH Larry CRABBE Marsha HUNT MONTE BLUE ^ Raymond HATTON S I A PARAMOUNT PICTURE shop upon her return. Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan accompanied the couple to Brazil and will make an indefinite visit with relatives. Birthday Party—' Shirley Elbert was five years old Monday. Her mother entertained 10 of her little friends at a birthday party from 4:00 to 6:30. The children played games and Mrs. Elbert served a supper at which each guest received a favor. Sue and Tedy Hutchison. Marlyn and Doris McGuire. Darlene Seaman. Mary Ann Tlrrun, M|nrlyn Elbert, Shirley Hclberg. Ruth Ann Butler, and Donna Mne Oatmnn were guests of the party. Honor Elsie Hulbrook— Charlotte Hilton entertained at << 6:30 dinner party, Thusrday evening, in honor of Elsie Halbrook, whose birthday was that day. A three course dinner was served by the hostess, and Elsie was presented with a gift. Other guests present were Ida Halpin. Valeria Pickett, Kernice Ludwig and Ruth Mc- Kcc. Shower for Sirs. Bell— Bernice Wilson, Alberta Miller nnd Ruth Bishop were hostesses at a kitchen shower for Mrs. Paul Bell, a recent bride. The party was held at Bernlce's home. There were 20 guests present. Each guest wrote her favorite recipe, and a Ittie of advice to Mrs. Bell. Refreshments were served. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Plan Anniversary The Congregational church held n business meeting last week Tuesday evening, to talk over plans in regard to the observance of the ' Post-Nuptial Shower- Mrs. Fred Pooch entertained 20 guesta at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Keith Shepard. Mrs Shepard was formerly Edith Green. She received many lovely gifts, and a luncheon was served with pink and green decorations. Airs. DaiiHon Entertain*— Mrs. P. A. Danson entertained the members of her bridge club Wednesday at the shelter house in Cull state park. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. M. Olson and Mrs. Al«'in Huenhold. FHA Loam $1,291 To 36 in County The latest report from the Federal Housing Administration to J. J. Hughes, state director of the S'utional Emergency Council in Icwa outlines the activities of administration under Title I in Kossuth county. In this county. 36 modernization notes have been insured to April 30, aggregating a total of $15,291. A total of 10,056 modernization notes huve been insured in Iowa for a total of $3,701,455. church's 50th anniversary, about Sept. 1. Committees were appointed to report later. Mrs. Marion Paulson's Women's Bible class will meet this week Friday with Mis. I,nyton Anderson. Hutchins. At Niece's Wedding Mrs. Matt Laux attended the \vedding of a niece at Webster City ast week Monday. Evelyn Ros- pf wns married to Richard Mahoney in the Catholic church there nt nine o'clock, the Rev. Father ^rle officiating. Mrs. Laux's siitor, Mis. Joe Baltz, Bancroft, and Mr. ltz took dinner here the day befor». and in the afternoon the hreo drove to Webster City. Mrs. Sti.inn Lease spent last Friday to Monday with her daughter Mrs. Will Walker, Corwith. Mrs. May Harris and Mary, Algona, visited Mrs. Harris' daughters he Mesdamcs Milton Giddinga and .awretice Hansen, last week Wed- esday. Linen, daughter of Mrs. Gust Senberg. Elrod, South Dakota, amc last week Tuesday to visit lor uncle and aunt, Peter and Marie Seaberg. Nola Grattldge spent last week at Clarion with her aunt, the wife of ° ller of the rr tn t e Grattidge family drove down Saturday and were to bring Nola home with them. Thayer and Elaine Mullin, quar- ^nt ined for scarlet fever at the Vee Mullin home, have recovered and no new cases have developed there I he quarantine had continued two weeks Saturday. Eldon Ravlin. who is superintendent of schools here, but who has been away during vacation, and Mrs. Ravlin, came to spend the week end at their home here Mr Ravlin has been working for the government in connection with new crop regulations. Mrs. Vincent Daughan, her daughter, Nancy Ann. and father, t A. Lawler. drove to Mason City »• nday to meet Mrs. Daughan's sister. Genevieve Lawler, who holds a secretarial position in Minneapolis. tine stopped here on her way to California to spend her vacation. IVter Wlrth, Gilbert, his daughter, Mrs, Jess Pherson, Ames, her husband and family, took dinner Inst week Thursday with their sister nnl aunt. Mrs. Ed Hildmau. They were on their way to Minne- ff.W to visit Mr. Wirth's and Mrs, Hildman s sister. Mrs. Will Monson Humphrey, also Mr. Wirth's daughter, Bertha. Annual Meeting Election Took Place Last Wednesday Portland: The board of directors held its annual meeting at the center schoolhouse Wednesday afternoon with Louis Bartlett, president, in charge. The secretary, Mrs. W. J. Stewart, and the treasurer, H. A. Nelson were both reelected for the coming year. After several business matters were settled, Mr. Bartlett signed contracts for the various teachers in the township. The teachers hired are: District No. 1, Miss Eula Mae Callicut; Dist. No. 2, Miss Mildred Laabs; Dist, No. 3. Miss Sarah Neeling; Dist. No. 4. Miss Mary Tjaden; Dist. No. 5, Wiss Carmilla Fraser; Dist. No. 6, Miss Leila Hansen; Dist. No. '. Miss Wanda Waltman; Dist. No. 8, Miss Johanna Erickson. Phlldclphia Visitor Here Mrs. Maroa Bailey, Philadelphia, 'a., concluded a ten day visit with he Wayne and Stanley Keiths last .Honday. The lady Is a sister of Stanley Keith. Who's -Waiting Hopofallj. Knoxville Express—The country is waiting to hear from Colonel Brookhart whether tlu> recent primary was a fair expression of tho popular will upon the senatorial question, or whether the colonel will be compelled to appeal to the peopln a« un independent candi- ilate in thi> November election. Kami Prices Xo» un<i Then. Ksthervllle Nowa—On primary lay oats worn !7c and corn 46c -it :ho elevators. Where has the. farm program gotten the country? Though the depression raged at its vonu during the Hoover admlnls- ration and no one would want to defend the ruinous farm prices of Eagle—Wo were In o car Sunday night, returning to Columbia, Mo from st. Louis. It la up and down, nill and around curves all the way. Truck speed Is limited, and time and again, trucks signaled our car behind that the coast was clear up the hill and around the curves, so passing was safe. Tho information was passed by the truck drivers flashing off their rear lights. They probably do this in the hilly parts of Iowa, but we Just never happened to notice it. better, if loover term. The Henry Smiths are driving a new. Ford V-8. Jake Stewart and E. Stewarts were at Rudd Sunday. Jinvny Holding spent Thursday night at the Ivan Long home. Bernadlne Towne, Algona, spent the week end with Loema Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neilson spent Sunday at LuVerne visiting the former's parents. oi T , h l mile betwee n the Herman Bleich farm and the C. E. Stgsbee's is being graveled. Todd Rickard employed at the R. S. McWhorter farm has blood poisoning in his left arm. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, daughter lona and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson were Algona callers Wednesday. Roy and Louis Baker, Mason City arrived Tuesday to make a visit with their uncle, Clarence Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McWhorter and daughter, Jane, recently returned from a ten day trip to Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen, of Waterloo, arrived Friday evening at the S. M. Peterson home for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart visited Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Primising at West Bend !ast Sunday. John P. Helderscheldt accompanied his brother, Frank of West Bend to Chamberlain, South Dakota, last week to buy cattle. The Ray McWhorter family spent the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, Algona. Miss Vera McWhorter, Omaha, is visiting fier relatives here. Mrs. A. McFarland, daughter Blanche and Mrs. Ray McWhorter were at the Martin Becker home Tuesday evening helping Mrs. Beck- ^ith club reports. Mrs. S. M. Peterson entertained nt an afternoon party at her home Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. A, Oodfredson, lonn Godfredson, Mrs. George Lanning and Mrs. Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burger entertained Tuesday evening, the occasion being the birthday of their small %on, Larry. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger. Roy Burger and Verna Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter and family attended a county Legion picnic at Iowa Lake last Sun- lay. They also drove to East Chain, Minn., and called on Mrs. Rike. The Ivan Longs were guests at the J. N. Holding home Tuesday night, the event befng Mr. .Long's birthday. Ice cfeWh. W)M ' served by the hostess. The W. W. Boetch- ers of Burt, were also 1 pttgent. Much of the hay on the Iowa State College dairy farm' in run through a silage cutter and blown into the mow. K'orthwood Anchor Hays: "An The Osage enterprising newspaper reporter took a straw vote on a train a few weeks ago. Result: Pullman passengers were overwhelmingly anti - Roosevelt those in the day coaches than for the whole MERCyMADEHE cia as hiator>'i heroine. glorious She bpurnej une in-m'.i embrace till humanity. Mae Tinee, Chicago criUc iays, "There things you cuu ruUs really missing anything. But dou't miss The While Augel.' " Tribune many ithout FRACIS flnCEL Donald WOODS l«n HUNTER Meet the Colonel — Mis.-, Uiory _ News Sun.-Mon., July 19-20 Extended Kuu Tup Attraction Saturday Evening Post story A LAFf PANIC! Jot f . BROWN TRr\CI<W$ Bancroft Auxiliary Officers Installed Bancroft: The members of the Aim-rii ;in Legion Auxiliary met at tin: home of Mrs K. J. Si-eney on Thursday evening Installation of liflrer.s took |jl;ir,- Mrs Mike •roe.isler \v.is elcrli-d president: >!rs. t' M. linker, vi. e president, I -Mr.-,. Aithur Murray tri'u..urrr; Mr.= I'M .Sfi-jjL-y. .-erieluiy. Kive i.uniireil v.u.i pliyi'J ami Mr.s Mike Uroessli-r won I.T.-,! pri/i-. Mr.,. Tom Cnirry. l,,'.v, ;u;.| Mr.,. Aithur Murray i ill j.nx.i- A lun. li w;i.s serv- i ii Ij.v tin- ro.'jjliiittte I'Ompo.S'ed (if tile foll.nvinj,' Mary Sheridan .ituj TI.-IL-.-..I ;in/i f'! ,r i Ht'-ltluf; Paving To Humboldt Reaches Completion Hi Jo.-- The Mi t/. Coiulru'l;on I'D. P..UI,,,' un highway lo'J ne ir Huiub"l<4<. ^.tre .-' liuduled to <;oiu- 1 li.-te tlieir job l:i:>t v.etk. A.s soon i.i tile entire .--treli'h from the • ounty line to Hu.nbolut id uonl- pleted. the |^,trolinm stated tliut ^t .tin- village uuald huve Slou Mid \V:irinnK sitjua for motorists on tiie hijihwuy. At present there are no sixiis uud it i^ dangerous for I'edeslri m.i to i.ru.» tiie road, as ln^li .ii/eed through the village is Notice to Bidders Notice is hereby given that pio- 1-usul.i for ereclioii of a school house in sub-diitriut No. 1 in Irv- ingLon 'i'ovw.slili), C.'ouuty of Koa- :>uili, will be received by the under- aiynud to liis office in said Irving- ion Township (where piajis may be .--•en uiit.il 8 o'clocK P. M., 16th day of July, li)liki) ut which time con- Irni-i for cyiislruclion will be awarded to the lowest bidder. The Board reserves the right to reject uny or all bide. L. C. HUTCHIN8, Secretary Iowa. 27-28 •Mi-kV Vote at Tmor. Traer Star-nipper — Senator Dickinson can't complain at his vote in Truer. No other precinct in Tama county gave him such a V'.te. Congressman Gwynne also received heavier support in Traer than in any other precinct. There. i* <iuiu- a sprinkling of the G. O. IV band yet left in these parts and will be more in November if the iidminUtrutfon does nut halt its plunging the nation intu »>ll, llen-'s mi Idea! Ward Barnes in Kagle <jro vt ; other comment is there than the time-worn statement that "records of elections demonstrate that those who pay little or no taxes always vote for the big bond iaaues." Rev. John Foley Holds First Mass Whittemore: The Rev. John Fo- iey, son of Mrs. Mary Foley, said his first Mass at St. Michael's i liuroh last week Monday morning. John Joseph Foley finished a twelve yeara study period and was ordained last week Wednesday as lesuit Father at the Immaculate ('Impel in St. Mary's Kansas. The immediate family wa.s all present. Allis Chalmer All Crop Harvester DEMONSTRATION Saturday, July 11 11:00 A. M. to 5:00 P.M. Perry Phillips Farm 2 l / a miles east of Algona on No. 18 *«•<• liu- MK-ri-ssor tl , the binder ,-ut and thtvsh ryt- It s tin- .smiplc.st .-ofjilmu- ,. V er built— new esign and light t -r in weight than any ina«-h- Kasi«-r to run, casi.-r t.. m« ot .similar rapacity. K* J ('{) Up. Kvi-ryonr inviti-d to sec device work. this new labor Elbert Garage Aigona,Iowa _ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmi PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL, SPOUTING AND PUMP A complete stock with experienced Service for jobs, large or small. HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 119 S. Dodge Algona 12-tf C. S. Johnson Hardware, Groceries Harvest Specials Fly nets 79c, 1.39,1.45 Nose Baskets 19c, 29c, 49c Sweat Pads 69c Machine oil, 2 gal. 1.19 Oil cans _10c, 26c, 69c Fly Swatters __5-10c Cream Cans _.49c-73c Milk pails 49,79, 98c Ice Cream Freezers 2 qt. 98c, 4 qt. 4.29 6 qt. 4.39 and 5.39 Vinegar, pure cider 27c Qt. Mason Jars __69c Paint and Decorate Keeping your home or property painted and decorated helps it retain its value. If you plan to have some work done, let us furnish you an estimate. Our working is givine satlafaction. Harry Baker Phone 778 A/VVMVWVVVVWVWWWWVVU^^ USED CARS 1935 Chevrolet sedan 1929 Nash sedan 1933 Chevrolet pickup 1929 Chevrolet coach 1928 Chevrolet Coupe New Oldsmobiles and G. M. C. Trucks WASHING—GBEASINO—BATTERY SERVICE Algona Auto Market . West of Court House , V™****™*™^^ F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa STATEMENT OF THE IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA On Cull of the Superintendent of Bunking June 30th, 1936 RESOUBCES CASK OB ITS EQUIVALENT— Cash and due from banks United States Bonds Other Bonds Kirst Mortgages on Improved Real Estate Loans to customers Kossuth County Warrants Overdrafts Banking House and Fixtures Stock in Federal Reserve Bank $1,128,986.85 65,500.00 10,315.00 $1,204,801.85 185,497.83 368,318.36 8,029.91 19.60 18,839.00 3,000.00 Capital Slock -Surplus Undivided profits Deposits LIABILITIES $1,788,502.55 $ 50,000.00 50,000.00 19,779.31 I.M8.78S.S* Every Depositor Insurfd to *3,000.00 CLEARANCE SALE Kossuth County Plat Books At The Algona Upper Des Moines Office ^Townships- ) f AO f| A County Data V «»l <P£.(|U Well Bound ^ Formerly sold at $2.60

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