The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1936 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 21, 1936
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The Algona Upper Peg Moinea, AJgona, Iowa, July 21,1986 <aoBBttflH3i«^^ Societies and Cltiba SteBSBB Adtte Peteraoo, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Julius Peterson of Algona became the bride of Forest Brown. MB of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown «f Emmetsburg, at a pretty home Wedding at the home of the bride's parent* on Friday at three o'clock. The Her. A. English officiated at the single ring ceremony. " The eonple were attended by Lucille Peterson, sister of the bride and Robert Watdron of Estherville. The bride was charmingly dressed in a peach silk gown with light blue accessories. The maid of honor wore navy bine and white. A Arc-thirty dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to the immediate families of the contracting parties and 27 friends. The bride has been teaching in the rural schools of the country since her graduation from the local high school and has many friends in the community. Mr. Brown is employed by a construction company out of St. Paul. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Brown left on a short wedding trip to St Paul and will make their home for the remainder of the summer in a cottage at Arnolds Park on Lake Okoboji. iustptntm Reunion— The Jasperson family held a picnic-reunion at the Elmer Jasperson farm Sunday. Those who attended were as follows: Mrs. A. M. Jasperson, Mr. and Mrs. CMS Smith and son. Roger, of Glendale. Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer and two children of Goodell. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Young and two children of Ma- won City, Andy Jasperson. Dr. and .Mrs. Harry MeCorkle and two children, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. John Storm of Algona. Wa-Tan-Te Picnic— Members of the Wa-T»n-Ye do' met Monday evening In the basement of the Library. A picnic din ner was served and the evenin; was spent socially. Members on the committee were Laura Mitchell Adah Carlson and Amy Johnson. C. C Ladies' Londwon— Reservations should be In by nine o'clock this evening (Tuesday for the ladles luncheon at the A! gona Country club to be held Wed nesday noon at one o'clock. Mrs. John Kohlhaas is chairman of th< committee in charge. W. H. M. a Postponed— The Women's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church baa been Indefinitely postponed because of the heat The society was to have met Thursday afternoon al the church with M*s. Frank Seeiey as hostess. Home Missionary Society— The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. B. Seeley. Hospital News KoMntti Hospital Tuesday. July 14. Mrs. G. A. Barion underwent an appendectomy. Wednesday. July 15. Otlr Moore underwent an appendectomy. Friday. July 16, LeRoy Ricke underwent an appendectomy. Monday. July 20. Florence Dehnert underwent a tonstlectomy. Clifford, Holding. Burt, underwent an appendectomy. General Hospital Tuesday, July 14—Mrs. Raymond Nelson gave birth to a baby boy. Thursday. July IS—George Gerdus entered for medical treatment. ATTENTION Moved to new Location PHILLIPS 66 STATION Now on the comer formerly known as The Algona 8ui>er Service Station in the Klanip building. A Complete Line of Phillips 66 Gas and Oils Harms Harms Phillips 66 Service Charles Kuchynka, Manager For Tank IVagon Service call Orville Elkiiu, station phone 297, or reoldence 53. CALIFORNIA MAN WILL MANAGE FENTONBANK New Bank Opened Up for Business Last Wednesday Morning Fenton; Fenton's new bank, a branch of the Armstrong Trust ft Savings bank, opened for business Wednesday morning. J. A. G. Smith of Corona. California will manage the Fenton office. He is a brother of C. L Smith, president of the Armstrong Trust * Savings bank. Mr. Smith has had broad business expericene, 12 years of office work, and has had much experience in dealing with the public. Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith were elected and re-elected county superintendent of schools in South Dakota, in which state they homesteaded for a number of years. Mr. Smith has held Important offices n fraternal and service organization and has always had time to assist in the work of promoting community activity and good will. Through his honesty and fair deal- ng among friends and associates he was chosen to manage our local nstitution. At the opening Wednesday morning, three of Fenton's community j club members. Raymond Stoefeer. j Carl Gillingham and W. E. Stoebe? J were in the bank to introdtK* Mr. \ Smith to the public and to grne •£ ' necessary information regmr&sc operation of the new haak. C- 11 Smith of Armstrong was aJso present. A Urge number rejisstrfd far j :he cash awards tacked fey 2s* : Fentoa business eses. whids wart « given away Wed=es4«j- n-**-=~r s=3 were announced dari3L? FrsteeT* ree movie. Th-e JS r<r^i» wsj wso by Hugo Mittic d Ftetie- Otbey prii«s and tbeir wir-*r« are as 'oUows: two S3 pitr** w«r« wrc by ^einhan Wets*5 cf stis fiic* &sd Mrs- Csri Z=s..-i cf 1Vh:rt«=c?e; wo 12 p-ri«s w»=: :o Rcy Chris- hiiles ard Clsr»±:* Ftahe: £v« 1 pri^.s w«r* •B-.rr. fey IVnrood Ei£itr. WaJ-ar Je-ti Cliir Eiice, rilfrur HcC-J-rf sr.d Selna Meyer. .best 575 Siiits registered. The :<z:«y jrves ai-i- it Festen's free [ dcv-;e -sraj i§ fcCo-ars: £2 to Sairley : Mae Hs&*e: J1J» :o Mrs. M. E. Bur- wi?h; tl to Arthur Hengei and 50 cecu to Catherine Bleckwecn. The opening cf Fenton's new bank and the free rsovje can boost of drawing the largest crowd that hat ever come to Fentcn. Through the efforts and splendid cooperation of the members of Fenton's community ciub. Fenton U slowly but surely becoming one of the most promising little towns in northwest Iowa. Bacnroft Couple Wedded Recently Bancroft: An impressive candlelight wedding was solemnized at the Tmmannel Lutheran church hi Bancroft Wednesday evening when Evelyn Behrmann. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Behrmann. became the bride of Carlyle Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Johnson, both of this city. The Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. pastor of the local church, officiated at the single ring ceremony in the presence of immediate families. At eight o'clock Miss Shirley Ann Hulterstrum of Litchfietd. Minn, niece of the bride, lighted the tapers on the altar. Ferns and numerous candelabra which provided the only illumination decorated the church for the occasion and baskets of blue delphiniums and baby breath adorned the altar. Preceding the ceremony Miss K»- bel Howe played an organ program of nuptial music, which included, 'Temple Bells". "At Dawning' snd Mrs. Sjostrand sang "I Low Too Truly" and -Q Promise Me." Soft mnsic was played during the ceremony and "O Perfect Lore* was song. The Bridal Chora frow Lohengrin and Mendelssohn's Weiding March were played for the j processional and recesstooftl. I The bride, who was gtrea in J marriage by her father, wxsrs «' floor length gown of white JBO«»- seltne de sole and foil length tulle veil arranged te coronet style and carried a bouquet of pink snapdragons and baby breath. Tfre bride's attendant Mrs. Unyd Nelson, of LKchfiek). Minn, si*»rr of the bride, wore A flwr length gown of peach silk net and carried a bouquet of blue delphiniums and baby breath. The groom's attendant was Lloyd Nelson. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the Behrmann home where a dolicicus two coarse hrsrheon WJM served to the immediate relatives. After a week's wedding trip in northern Minnesota, the conp!s will reside in Bancroft. The Walter CXHeern family visited at the home of Mrs. OTHearn's mother. Mrs. Josephine Becker, on Sunday. Joseph Whaten. son of Leo Whalen. Mason City, is spending a week at the hotne c-f his grandfather. Joe Sandschulte. Mrs. Thos. Garry and Mrs. John Kennedy spent Wednesday and Thursday in Waterloo visiting at the Harold Becker home- Mrs. John WUfiants spent seven] days iast week at the Jake Greth- aa bone at MAUard Mrs. WiU- aed Mrsi. GreUisn are sisters. Mrs. John Kervne--iv and chiH- ren and E- J. Kennedy. Hutchison, Minn, ar* spending a fe*- days here this week visiting friends and relatives. K«r.neth Define. -lobn K»nncdy Jnhn Sheridan and Lawrence Becker left SunOAy for Los Angel .-s. California. The boys *re delivering new cars for a salesman at Gamer PhiHp McBerney. Joplin. Mo., arrived Monday at tre Mrs. Peter Berens home. Mrs. McBerney has been here for some time helping to care for her mother, who is very iH. The Frank Recker and Jus. Welp families are vacationing In Canada at the Lake of the Woods. On their return trip they will stop at Winnipeg. Duluth and Superior. They exect to be gone about a week. Mrs. H. B. Menke returned home Thorough. Practical, Intensive and at a low cost are the courses offered by the Mankato Commercial College, Mankato. Minn. Free catalog on request. 29-30* L ET tS Fill TOUR TAB wKk KtmUU, tie &000- •lle oil—a treat to your motor. We al«o 4o greasing. — »AF BARAGE. Saturday from Dubnqne wfiere she has spent about a month visiting relatives. Her two sisters, Mrs. Al- len and Mrs, FsJrfield and her niece, Mrs. «r*ffla Springlemeyer, returned honW with her. Used Cars for Sale 1934 Chevrolet truck 1934 Master 4-door Chevrolet sedan 1934 Dodge Master Coupe 1934 Master Chevrolet Coach 1929 Dodge 4-door sedan 1929 4-door Nash Sedan 1929 Ford 4-door sedanr EASY TERMS Phone 595 Algona, Iowa 1929 Ford Coupe 1927 Chevrolet Coach 1930 4-door Plymouth 1932 Plymouth coach WATCH OUR USED CAR LOT FOR BARGAINS MAXWELL MOTORS CHTSLER—PLYMOtrTH Sale* and Service OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS ^ £i PEND and save at this final clearance! A clean sweep of our entire stock of summer dresses, coats, millinery, footwear, Apiece goods and everything on oar shelves and racks. This sale is effective throughout our entire store. We're getting ready to unpack fan merchandise and we're making room for arrival of new goods. You'll find ^maging values in every department at reductions up to one-half of former prices. This sale offers you the benefit of drastic reductions at the right time. Check the bargains listed in this advertisement and be sure to shop at our store during the next few days. Shop before the stocks are depleted. A GREAT FINAL Fifteen Hogs Stolen Thieves stole 15 head of hogi from the stockyards of Wegener & Johnson some time between Wednesday evening and Saturday. The hogs weighed around 300 pounds and were valued between J400 and $300. Mr. Wegener mod Mr. Johnson usually have a large number of cattle and bogs in their yards and usually did the final checking of weight and number of their stock on Saturdays at which time the loss was discovered. mice WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ACROSS THEIR ROMANCE FELL THE SHADOW OF A 12-INCH KILLER! Not tince ton Cheney's "The Unholy Three" such a thrilling mystery I Unbelievable — but you see it right before your eyes I Something new— something different —in screen annatsl with Maureen O'Sullivan Coming Friday and Saturday George O'Brien in "Border Patrolman' ])lu.S "Human Cargo" with Claire Trevor 2 New First Kim Pictures 2 All seats 16c', matinee aiid uight Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and Lorraine and Marlyn and Marjorie Johnson spent all day Saturday in Fairmont. i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hecht of Chicago were recent viators at the home of Mrs. Hecht'g sister, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby of this place and with her mother, Mrs. Schendel, near Fairville. Dr. J. A. Mueller of this place addressed the staff of the Coleman hospital at Estherville on Ivat week Monday evening. His topic was "Peptic Ulcer." Dr. M. T. Morton of Estherville spoke on "Addtson's Disease." Bertha Huskamp returned to Chicago Sunday after a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huakamp. Tony Kubal. also of Chicago, came last week for a visit in the Huakamp home and accompanied Miss Bertha back to Chicago. Ike Gramenz and Mrs. Will Longnecker and daughter, Doris of Ft. Dodge visited their brother, John Gramenz and family on Monday. Ike. a former Fenton hoapital patient, has juit been released from a three months' atiy in a hospital following an auto accident. Mr and Mrs. P.. L. Padgett enter- frii-rida at it lawn purty at their i.o/iife Ift.s* \vcck Monday evening. Tr.e Gfci = ;ori was the 42nd birthday ar.rnve-^ry of ilr. Padgett. The was tptnt io'-ially and re- ! frt-ih(i.tnt.i (,l 1...C [.ream, wafers, ar.d U-mona-ie were served at the Atoj: i;o l.idit., atten.-le.-l the ^ Ktr.t^r; M. K. I-itciiei 1 Aid gueat day ! at tr.e i.jijrt.h hire Friday after- : '.."'''•• l^ii.i.., representing ! and Burt were j ol the lu- ! e i "*• AIj ri i Mr.) ,i.-vieve Grahiirn of Burt. entiju i... ; ,.jcj,l -A-.m elect«/. »l tr.e «>a.M>- Araer- • !•> Auxiliary to fill th r..i, t Hoel/berjji of Lak- firaharn who was histor- •^ that orfice acd i.r yiujjA iA VVeslty h^s i ij'.ujj t.icLLtd to take her pl&ce. [ 'iiit- regular rj«ettirjg of the In| .Jepfei.tiex.i e lownihip farm ourtau I of Palo Alto met ;'.t tlie <'^r\ Kern i home Friday evening Juiy 10. The ; f'iceting wao 1/1 chargt: of the Palo ! Alto «.ounty i-H club.. Eiieeo I Gocdera .vpuke on her week at the i -i-H cauip at Cain (i Foattr, Oko! t.oji. and the Farm Valley U>wu- j ship girb *-H club buitg aODg» and ' 'li-rrior.^tratfcd a i»ypay caxap&re | dance. County Farm Bureau Chair- j man SharU gave a talk on the 4. il <..-.hiOiUo/i twiitJuig to be erect; '-'I -U Eniu.i.uburs and a. talk was i given by MI.JO I>unkelberif. couaty ! H D. A. Plans v.ere rnad« to organize a *-H L-luo m Ii.dependence township and the lirst meeting will be held at the BtrUi Berkland home Friday afternoon. Refreshments were served by District No. 5 and closed the meeting. iiia DRESSES Dozens and dozens of dmaes that we're letting go at giire away prices ... and early shopper* get the best buys! VouTl And the kind of dre*M* you like and need to tide you over the rest of Summer . . . and if you're vacationing late, this clearance to » real blessing. Siwrn for missei* and women. GROUP ONE SuiM eyelet embroidery dre*M* In Navy, Brown. White and Pa*tel colon. Value* to $540. CLEARANCE GROUP TWO Silk—Chiffon and Lace, to S8.00 CLEARANCE Drc*M* worth $4.98 GROUP THREE Silk—Chiffon and Lace Dresses and also Jackets. Dresses uorth to S3.00. CLKABANCE GROUP FOUR You'll find many real stunning silk arid (hitf on dri-s»r» in this a*»orU>kent. Value* toSil.9o. < 1-KARANtK OUR BEST DRESSES Our Banner Group represents all of our high grade saiiuiM-r dresses, including values to S22-SO ...................... PRINTED SILK •• •- —T $1.00 WASH GOODS V *~S£**S~*" Kayser Sleeping Garments 59c yard 11 Sfl Ncvermend" Knee High uSSSfi?^ 39r ^ASHGQQDS gaS^gfegg"*- 3Qr BED SPREADS PRINCESS SLIPS HAND BAGS I/HTPY Standard rvy^y i c,A BATHING SUITS Every Suit Reduced $2.98 values for $2.43 $3.98 values for $3^39 $4.95 values for $3.93 Culottes - Slacks All at Sale Prices Values to 1.50 for 98C Radical Reductions In Our Ready-to-Wear Department Every One a New Stylish Garment—CoaU— Suite—-Dreue*—Children'* Wear—Knitwear —Millinery. SALE EXTRA! M/o/e than 100 silk rtriisifa in White. Pastel *ad Darker colors. VtUuo to $8 *O no CLEARANCE JZ.IfO Shop Where It'* Cool! SILK DBEflflES. valuei to $10.00 —$4.69 WHITE OOATB ... r _.. r $1.98 $2.98 COTTON mmjm . .m, m, $1.39. $1.69 CHILDBEN'S DEBgagg _69c -98c TABLE CLOTHS Cokirlul loiilt cover* in *i*ea It or 02 UL fs f* _ gng H08E, rey. 79o and tl.OO 2 pr. for 98c BATHIHQ 8UIT8 -,....V1BY OH]BAP "oOTTOlf BLDP8E8, values to 1.08 ,.._69c Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER ANKLETS New •tylM, U and We value* <•• pair Iwr 2OQ

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