The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 1,1936 LILLIAN EDWARDS OF ARMSTRONG WEDS DONALD WHITE, IOWA FALLS Groom Is Brother of Boland White, Algona Life Guard Armstrong: Miss Lillian Edward* •of Iowa Falls, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. James Edwards of Armstrong and Donald E. White, of Iowa Kalis, son of Attorney and Mrs. W. W. White of Iowa Falls, were united In marriage Thursday /evening at g o'clock, August 27, in a double ring candlelight cermony at the Joe Durham home In Esthervitle. Mrs. Durham is a sister of the bride. The ceremony was perform•ed by the Rev. Arthur F. Bailey of Lyton, Iowa. The bride wore & powder blue lace floor-length gown over blue satin with a floor length blue lace veil pleated with blue velvet The bridesmaid, Selma Lewers of Iowa Falls, wore a pink chiffon dress over blue satin. Roland White of Algona, served as best man for his brother, Mrs. T. C. Mann of Estherville played Mendelssohn's Wedding March and she also accompanied her husband, Dr, T. C. Mann at the piano, when he sang "At Dawning" and "O Promise Me." The guest list Included: the bridal party, Attorney and Mrs. W. W. White of Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhortor and Miss Donnie Qulnn, of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Edwards and son, Irwln, Albert Pendry, Raymond and Ver- non Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Edwards, of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Felton, Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Rldeout, Miss Oayle Wilady, and Miss Georgtana Banken, of Iowa Falls. Mrs. White is a graduate of the Haifa consolidated school and she received two years of nurses' training hi the Coleman hospital at Estherville and one year of training at the University of Iowa. Mrs. White was also an instructor in the Coleman hospital before leaving for the Ellsworth hospital in Iowa Falls. Mrs. Scully Funeral Funeral services were held Monday morning at nine o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic church here for Mrs. Edward Scully of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Scully, the former Ann Korrect, is survived by her sisters, Mrs. Bert Turnbaugh, Swea City; Mrs. Fred Boland, Mrs. John Win- kiebohen and Mrs. Anton Guerdet, all of Armstrong, and brothers, George and John Korrect of Armstrong. She is also survived by her children, Edward and Winifred of Fort Dodge and Mrs. John Shyder of Bancroft. Burial was made In Fort Dodge. .Marjorie Mlxell spent Wednesday at the Willis Harris home. Alphonse Guerdet has had a severe case of tonsllitls the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conn and family returned home Monday from Indiana, where they spent over a week visiting relatives. Miss Thelma Hansen of Cedar Falls spent the past week at the parental A. N. Hansen home. Miss Hansen will teach there this year. The Misses Dorothy and Ethel Wolfe visited a few days with June Larson near Swea City. The girls all attended Coe College at Cedar Rapids last year. Clifton DeBates, who made a business trip to Iowa City last week, left there Sunday for Chicago where he will visit his sister, Alta, who Is in nurses' training there. Miss Letha DeBates returned home Sunday after spending her summer vacation at the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flnnegan of Mapleton, Minn. John Halsman arrived here on Sunday from Chicago, where he has been studying Diesel engineering during the summer. His brother, August, motored to Algona, to meet him at the train. Mr. and Mrs. Herman KInnander returned Tuesday from Gary, Indiana, where Mrs. Kinnander has been visiting her daughters, Evelyn and Lorene, for the past month. Mr. Kinnander motored to Gary last week to return with his wife. Miss Lorene Kinnander who recently completed a beauty course now has a job in a beauty parlor there. Saved Dail For 20 Tears and you will have $3,718.00. See The Ad Of INVESTOR'S SYNDICATE Minneapolis, Minn. in the August American and September Cosmopolitan. Since December 31, 1035, paid to certificate holders over (62,000,000.00. Write tor Book, "New Plan of Ule." Send Your Coats Dresses Suits Depend on our careful Dry Cleaning to keep your garments strikingly presentable. MODERN DRY CLEANERS stafflreK«c«tgKgwec«sc8«« Phonea? Rich Point Girls At Teaching Jobs " RiclTPolnt: Rich Point girls"who began teaching Monday are: Mary Black in the Galbraith school; Dorothy and Catherine Schulz in Lu- Verne township; Berdie Schulz in Whittemore township; Pauline Black in Union township; Ruth Black in the Lake Township consolidated school; Leona Smith to Swaledale and Harriet Smith to Adair. J. F. Black drove to Blue Earth Wednesday night to meet his daughter, Pauline, who returned home from Minneapolis. Carpenters are engaged with remodeling the barn on the Burl tngame farm. The barn was partially destroyed by wind a few weeks ago. Mrs. George Johnson has been 111 for the past week and confined to the house. Her brother, Leo Clark, Britt, has been at the Johnson home this week. Lucille Sill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill, former Rich Point resident, will arrive home on Sept 1. Lucille Is employed in Chicago and will be home for about two weeks. Specials Our Pride Coffee 1 silver plated teaspoon Free with 1 Ib. 23c 1 knife or with 3 IDS. fork Free Large Lunch Baskets lOc Rolled Oats, 1Q C Ige. pkg. only *•'*' Bran Flakes, 3 pkgs. _...u W. Wheat Flakes Spkgs. Omar Flour, 1 QC large bag — A»«FU C. S. Johnson McCormick-Deering Fair Contest See the display of the famous McCormick- Deering power equipment machines at the Kossuth County fair grounds, September 7-11. Contest on the famous quick attachable 2-row McCormick- Deering F-12 Farmall Cultivator will be held SEPTEMBER 9 -10 Valuable prizes will be given. Obtain your entry card and full details regarding this contest from your local McCormick- Deering dealer. Fred Flaig, Lone Rock J. F. Fisher, Titonka J. E. Ukena, Lakota R.C. Bauer, Wesley Boudre & Carpenter, Ledyard Bancroft Imp. Co., Bancroft S. S. Tande, Whittemore McCormick-Deering Store, Algona A contest for farm boys and girls, 16 years and under will also beheld. Prises will be given. Inquire at the McOormick Deering exhibit on the Fair Grounds. Only KoMUth Co. farmers, farm boys and girls aJre eligible to enter either contest Former LuVerne Section Foreman Dies, Eagle Grove Lu Verne: Mike Walsh, for several years section foreman on the ic N. W. here, died at his home in Eagle Grove last week Monday and funeral services were held Saturday. He is survived by two sons, John and Frank. Win* Pearl Medal Marie Frltzemeler, who took part In a missionary oratorical contest at the Evangelical conference at Cedar Falls, won first place and received a pearl medal as an award. The George Merkels, Mrs. Henry Marty and Florence Hof attended the last session of the conference, August 23, C. H. Lichty was quite 111 at his home the latter part of the week. Mrs. H. D. Meyer has as her guest, Mrs. Lulu Lorton, Lincoln, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Anderson visited relatives,at Boone and Stratford last week. Esther and Marie Frltzemeler left Saturday to resume teaching at Lena, III., and Wausau, Wisconsin, respectively. Mrs. Victor Kollman and children, Royal, spent last week here while the Rev. Kollmans attended a Lutheran conference at Waterloo. Miss Myrtle Jordan, who teaches at Irvington, and her niece, Virgie Hardcopf left last week Monday for a trip that will take them to Dallas, where they will attend the Texas Centennial. Among early visitors at the state fair were the Lloyd Smiths, the George Franttes and Elsie and Walter Hunt, parents of Mrs. R. L. Corbln, the Bekmans, Alton, also stopped here and made a visit at the Corbin home on their way to the fair. Out of town guesta at various Lu Verne,homes last week included Mrs. Emma Llndebak, Leo Llnde- bak and Ellsworth and Mrs. Hannah Olson, Iowa City, at the Jesse Lindebak home; the Earl Ferris, and the Henry Durvals, Madison, Missouri, at the J. R. Farrels; Mrs. Chas. Boyle and Marjorie Lee, Ft Dodge, at Harry Von Droskas; Mr*. D. O. Cameron, Sioux City, at Albert Genrichs and Mrs. H. R. Frei and children, Relnbeck, who are visiting her mother, Mrs. Flora Raney. S. E. Smiths, Minneapolis, have returned from spending two weeks at Yellowstone Park and are spending a few days at the parental H. C. Allen home. New Triplets Kin To Many Wesleyans Wesley: The fact that triplet*, a son and two daughters, were born to Mrs. Leander Seefeld last week Tuesday, Is a matter of lively interest to her large circle of relatives. Mrs. Seefeld was Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, and she 1* related to the families of the same name here, a* well as the Gidding* families. She also has Ward, Giddings, Rlngs- dorf and other relatives at Burt. Mrs. Ehlers, Kasoo City, cotuia of Mrs. Guy M. Butts, visited Mrs. Butts a few days last week. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its flrst meeting at the Legion rooms Thursday, September 3. A Miss Larsen, Brltt, friends of June Dimond, visited at the G. M. Dlmond home a few days last week. Homer Lawson accompanied the Rlcke family to Dubuque last week Sunday, and the group visited the Rlcke relatives there. An adjuster was her* last week Tuesday to estimate damages to the Methodist church, which was struck by lightning two or three weeks ago. Mrs. LeRoy Kleinpeter is the nurse at the Vincent Kleinpeter •home, where an Infant son arrived last week. Mrs. Helen Johnson assisted with the house work. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Harris, St. Charles, 111., and their two little sons visited Mr. Harris' sister, Mrs. Milton Giddings. last Thursday. They are also visiting Algona relatives. Mrs. Susan Lease and the A. M. and Lester Lease families, Wesley, with the Ed Studer and Will Walker families, Corwlth, held a fam ily picnic at Ambrose A. Call state park, Sunday. Mrs. Ben Hopkins Uft last week Monday to attend the funeral of her brother, George EU*on at Nor folk, Nebr. Mr. Ellson, who suffered from heart troubln, had been 111 for some time. He passed away lost week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury attended at Cedar Falls Sunday the closing sessions of the Evangelical camp-meeting, which is held each year on the Evangelical church's own grounds there. They beard Bishop Stauffacher speak. Forty ladies attended the meeting of the Prlscilla Phoebe club on Wednesday at the home of Mrs Halvor Flora, 8r. Mrs. Marion Paulson led the Bible lesson, on the book of John. Lunch wo» served by the hostess and her assistants. The John Mulllns family picnicked at the Renwick park lost week Sunday with the Leonard Mulling The previous week th» Leonsrc Mullins' little son, Howard, stayed at the John Mullins' home here while his parent* made a trip to the Yellowstone park. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swinton, ol Galesburg, 111., and their son and daughter left Saturday morning following a two weeks' vuit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E Giddlng«, and other relatives. A family picnic was held at Ambrose A. Call state park Friday, attended by the group* named and by the Gordon C. and Milton Giddiug*, funulien. Figure Us This? On a recent application for a widow's pension filed from Kowuth county, the following intere*tini( information was made along with the nectjuoary aSidaviU. The widow had two children, one bora Nov. 11, 11*33, and Ue second born May 5, 1834 Head Tho Want Ad*~It P«ri Y-'S" Kossuth County's Greatest HER 7-11 Kossuth County Fairgrounds, Algona, Iowa TUESDAY, SEPT. 8 THRILL DAY 10 events on track, including daredevil "Crash of Death" on motorcycle into solid board wall. 6 vaudeville acts on grandstand stage. 'team pulling contest in morning, motorcycle races in the afternoon. EL- • ""- WED.-THURS., SEPT. 9-10 HARNESS RACES Three full races of three heats apiece with the fastest and largest entry list in history. G vaudeville acts on grandstand stage. Baseball with the Algona Grays meeting the fast Lake View club. AUTO RACE DAY Cream of dirt track drivers in a full program of automobile races. 6 vaudeville acts on grandstand stage. Personal appearance of Col. Art Goebbels, who flew the Pacific, skywriting, stunting. L Tops - Crowley's United Shows Industrial Exhibits See the latest m farm machinery, automobiles, appliances, booths of Kossuth merchants —as well as the finest cattle and horses in Northern Iowa. For Fun, Education Attend the Fair Four Nites of Dancing Wit Thoiua and hit* 10 Prince- tonians will play each night of tin- fair under the spacious canvas top, where you dance in cooling breezes. 30 Girl Musical Revue At Each Nite Show "AROUND THE TOWN", A snappy, clean musical revue, including a special orchestra and lovely costumes on beautiful girls, will give an entirely new aspect to the evening show. Also at each night program a full program of six vaudeville events and other features as advertised elsewhere. $5,000 In Premiums Offered And entries of cattle, swine, poultry, horses, pet stock, grain vegetables, art, horticulture, women's work—everything—will be the largest in KoaMith history. OKNICBAl. GATE We—fHILBBEN UNUKK 8, l-TtBE—8 to IS. !»c— NK.HT (iATt Z5t•; (JKANUbTANO S5c; BLKAfHKitS *Sc fife: You Can't Afford To Miss The Kossuth Fair ! ! !

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