The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1936 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 22,1936 Marvin dements Wed»— Marrtn Clements of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements of Jefferson, and Marie Myers of Jefferson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwe» Myers, were married Sept. 13, at Des Moines. Marion Smith and Bonnie Knapper were their attendants. Mr. Clements graduated from the Jefferson high school nnd attended the A1B school of business at Des Moines. He has been employed at the Cut-Rate Grocery during the past year. Mrs. Clements graduated from the Jefferson high school and attended beauty schools in Chicago and Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Clements remained In Des Moines and visited their respective parents in Jefferson until Friday, before coming to Algom. they are now at home in the Lathrop apartments. Anderson Family Reunion— A reunion of the Anderson family was held nt the Call State park, Sunday noon. Relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fletcher nnd daughters. Mary. Nin.i, Pearl and Alvern Anderson and Mrs. Mary Anderson, all of Minneapolis: Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Bier- shank nnd daughter. Betty, of St. Paul: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson nnd daughter, Patricia, of Oakland. Minnesota: Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Anderson nnd daughters Erliss and Yvonne of Albert Lea: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peterson nnd son. Bobbie, of Des Moines: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Anderson and children. Fern, n L c a n n Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sept. 23-24-25 Daily matinees 2:30 1,000 Laughs set to Music 1.000 Chalk up another clean sweep for Warner Bros as 18 gay young stars bury you under a landslide of mirth a thousand laughs deep! •1th DICK POWELL JOAN BLONDELL FRANK MCHUGH JEANNE MADDEN t CAROL HUGHES* CRAIG REYNOLDS r Also New News and "Training Pigeons" WARREN WILLIAM YACHT CLUB BOYS Two Great New Sonf Hits by E. Y. Hirburg A Harold Arlen Directed by Busby Berktley A rir»t NatUnal Plclurt Dorothy nnd Donald of Elkton, and .Mr. an i Mrs. C. W. Morck and •i Hrrn. Virginia nnd Bud of Alf in- 1 . The afternoon was spent socially. Hum Creek Social Club— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club, held its second meeting of this year, Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Lora Raney, Sadie Hopkins as assisting hostesses. Roll rail was answered with "Our Part in Conservation." Dennis Goeders Rave an interesting talk on "Conservation." Twenty-one members find six guests were present After the meeting was adjourned a delicious lunch was served. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Beryl Moycr on September 30. Home Builders Meet— The Home Builders class held their monthly meeting Friday at the Methodist church. An election of officers was held. Wallace McDougal was elected president; Raymond Reid, vice president, and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, secretary-treasurer. A business meeting was held and a lunch served. The meeting was completed by a program during which J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. J. H. Edge delivered travel talks of their trips taken this summer. •Tackle Spongberg's Birthday- Jackie Spongberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Spongberg. was seven years old. Saturday. He celebrated at a party gi\-en him by his mother during the afternoon. The little guests attending were Paul and Irma Weise, Billy Joynt, Bobbie Danson. Janice Bartholomew. Loren Bell. Robert and Lewis Guda. Ralph Dahl, Jimmie Fraser, Wav- ngail Crouch and Delores and Cecil Ditsworth. Games were played and refreshments were served. •Woman's Club Meets— The members of the Eastern Star served a 6:80 dinner at the Masonic Temple. Friday evening, to the members of the Woman's club. The tables were beautifully decorated with flowers. There were sixty ladies present Music was played by Arthur Hueser. and his daughter. Helen, and also by Allan Dearchs of Denver. Congressman Fred C. Gilchrlst spoke on the American Home and lits Legislative Protection. Celebrate Birthdays— W. A. Barry and his sister. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith of Des Moines cel- brated their birthdays Sunday at the Barry home with a family dinner. Guests were Mrs. Smith and daughter, Mary Susan of Des Moines, Tom Lee, Kathleen. Bud, John Lee and Roseanne Holtzbauer. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrie, of Mason City. Mr. Barry's birthday is the 19th and his sister's is the 17th, and they make it a point to celebrate together every year. For many years the occasion has been celebrated In Des Moines. Founders' Day at Bart— The Burt Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges invited all the members of the brother and sister lodges in the county, to attend Founders' Day, as the lodges are 85 years old. The members attending enjoyed a program and refreshments. Those from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert, Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Herman, Mrs. A. H. Behrends. Mrs. Mable Lund, Mrs. Alma Nelson. Mrs. L. J. Rice. Mrs. C. C, Wright and Mrs. G. C. Barton. Luncheon nt Hotel—Mrs. J. O. F. Price and Mrs. G. H. Brechtbill entertained at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge in the dining room of the Hotel Algona. Wednesday afternoon. There were nine tables of bridge, and first prize was won by Mrs. M. P. Haggard, second prize by Mrs. H. M. Olson, and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner and Mrs. T. P. Harrington drew for the cut prize, and it went to Mrs. Harrington. Druggists Convened— The druggists of the five counties in this district met in the dining room of the Hotel Algous, on Thursday evening, at a 6:00 o'clock dinner. A general meeting and round table discussion took place after the dinner was over. There were 20 druggists present, and it was decided to hold the next meeting at Emmetsburg. LOUISESIMMONS,SWEACITY,IS BRIDE LAST SUNDAY AFTERNOON Weds Walterloo Man; Couple To Live There In Future Swea City: The marriage of Miss Louise Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ora D. Simmons, Swea City, to Henry Peterson, Waterloo, son of Mrs. Nettie Peterson, Swea City, was solemnised at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home o the bride's parents, east of Swea City, with the Rev. R. W. Boade officiating. The bride wore a floor length dress of navy blue chiffon velvet and carried a bouquet of white astors. Her bridesmaid. Miss Alpha Simmons, a sister of the bride wore navy blue net and carried a bouquet of pink astors. • Donald Peterson of Jackson Minn., a brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Lohengrin's wedding march was played by Mrs Roy Valvick and Miss Alpha Simmons sang T Love You Truly". The bride is a graduate of the Swea City high school and for the past year and a half has been employed in Des Moines and Waterloo. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Coyre Electrical school in Chicago, and for the past year has been employed in Waterloo. The couple will live at Waterloo. A son was born Tuesday, Sept. 15. to Mr. and Mrs. Nets Martinson. Sat, Sun., MOD., Sept. 26-27-28 Bichard Sherman's Saturday Evening Post Story (written in Algona) Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy "TO MARY WITH LOVE" Centenary Class Meeting— A meeting of the Centenary class of the Methodist church was held, last Monday evening in the church parlors. A 6:30 covered dish dinner was served. Officers elected were: A. A. Bishop, president; Chas. Klamp. vice president: Mrs. Harry Thompson, secretary, and W. A. Dutton. treasurer. For the program, questions were written, handed in. and a "Voice of Experience" answered them. Entertain* Birthday Club— The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Raymond Norton. Wednesday afternoon, the occasion being the birthday of Mrs. Burton Thorpe. Mrs. E. R. Morrison, and Mrs. Norton's mother, Mrs. Frank Brugler. were guests of the club. Mrs. W. G. McCulIough received the prize at bridge. Dessert Club Convenes—Mr*. George Conklln entertained the member* of the Dessert club, Thursday afternoon by taking them to a prevue at the State Theatre. The picture shown was "Nine Days A Queen." Missionary Tea— Mrs. C. Paul Carlson poured at a tea Friday afternoon In honor of Miss Bayliss, a missionary from China, serving under the Presbyterian board. There were 30 ladies present Miss Bayliss talked on her work and showed an array of articles collected in China. Fred Meyers and his sister. Mrs. Carrie dark of Visalia, California, visited last week from Wednesday until Friday at the Grant Dourte home. Ray Lord, Clifford Anderson. Carl Anderson and Joe Erickson left on Sunday morning for Lake Winnibi- goshish. Minn., to spend four days fishing* Mrs. Peter Eckholm with her niece. Mrs. Allen Brown of Minneapolis, returned Friday from a week's visit with relatives at Webster City and Des Moines. Lotts Creek Nine Wins 3-Way Tilt In the first game of a doubleheader at Fwnton. Sunday, between Lotts Creek, Whittemore and Fenton baseball teams, Whittemore defeated Fenton by a score of 15 to 3. Whittemore then played Lotts Creek and was defeated by them in a welt played game by the score of 6 to S. Leeper of Lotts Creek starred with the stick getting five hits out of five times at the plate off the pitching of Whlttemore's ace pitcher. Stew Keene. Gross, pitching for Lotts Creek, proved very effective in pinches and heM Whittemore scoreless up to the seventh inning. Lotts Creek closes its baseball season next Sunday In a game with West Bend at the Lotts Creek ball park. Additional sports news from Kossuth county for the past week on the sports pa&e. (•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••n THREE NEW OFFICES are being arranged for over the Sawyer office on State street Quartern & Miller, attorneys, will take the front suite of rooms. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. New Arrivals.. ... = AKRE S GROCERY Fancy New Honey, one pound box .,—. 20c Fancy Strained Honey, one pound glass , 20c New "Richelieu" Molasses, the good light color, 2% Ib. tins We Are Reducing the Price of All of Our Used Cars 1934 CHEV. STANDARD COUPE - new paint and radio 1934 MASTER CHEVROLET COACH 1930 FORD COUPE - new tires and paint 1931 FORD ROADSTER 1930 CHEVROLET ROADSTER 1934 PLYMOUTH DELUXE SEDAN - with trunk 1934 FORD V-8 SEDAN 1934 DODGE COUPE 1933 CHEVROLET TRUCK - L. W. B. 1935 CHEVROLET TRUCK • L. W. B. 1933 ESSEX TERRAPLANE COACH 1931 PONT1AC COACH 1930 FORD COACH 1929 NASH 400 SEDAN 1932 CHEVROLET DELUXE SEDAN-new tires and paint 1936 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN - only 1500 miles Cars Guaranteed as Represented s Easy Terms and Lowest Interest Rates Possible Maxwell Motors Former Member Attends Club — Mrs. M. P. Haggard entertained the members of her bridge club, Wednesday evening at a 6:30 chicken dinner, in honor of Mrs. E. R. Morrison, a former member of the club, who moved to Des Moines. Prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Harry Hull and Mrs. D. D. Paxson. E. T. W. at Fenton— The eight members of the E. T. W. club were entertained at Fenton. Wednesday afternoon, by Mrs. G. W. Yeager's daughter, Mrs. Wegener. High prize In bridge went to Mrs. Bert Cronan, low to Mrs. John Storm, and travel to Mrs. R. W. Roeder. Book Club— " '~ The first meeting of the book club was held at the home of Supt and Mrs. O. B. Lalng. A 6:30 dinner was nerved by the hostess, and Mrs. Ed Genrich gave a report on the new and popular novel. "Gone With the Wind" by Marg iret Mitchell Dinner Party for Irene- Mrs. Burton Thorpe entertained, Thursday evening, at a 8:30 dinner party, honoring the birthday of Irene Heller, who lives at her homo Maxine Larson and Eleanor Thorpe were the other guests. Bridge Club Valeria Pickett entertained the eight members of her bridge club at her home Tuesday evening. The guests spent the evening sewing and light refreshments were served. Watanye'* Club S'leets— The members of the Watanye club met Monday evening, at the home of Jessie Smith and Elva twoldt, at a pot luck supper A social evening waa enjoyed. *•• E. SAWYERS mother. Mrs. Clara C. Sawyer. Clear Lake, Iowa, pa«ed away a week ago Saturday Mo,±v era i/ ervt o ce ' were h «W °n Monday. Mrs. Sawyer, 67, died suddenly. She had been a reaident of Cerro Gordo county half a century. 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