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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 20, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Alg6na, Iowa, Oct. 20, Id36 AlRonfan Wed in East— Dr. Walter Alexander Fraser, son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraset oi Algona, and a brother of Eleanor Fraser, was married last Friday, October 16th. at Rochester, New York, to Muriel Claus of Rochester. He Informed his parents and sister of the event over long distance telephone after the ceremony. The groom la employed in Rochester by the Bausch A Lomb Co, an optical Inst uretnm Co., an optical Instrument concern. He is In the research department of the glass works. His bride is a graduate of the University of Rochester. t>r. Fraser graduated with high honors, and B. S., M. S and Pfi. D. degrees State College, Amea. from Iowa He has been located in the east since a year ago last August After a brief honey- »oon, the coupje will make their home In Rochester. *—; **~ Cook-Winters Wedding— toe marriage of EVon Winters and Russell Cook, at Fairmont, Minn., on Jun« 17, 1936, was announced this week. The young couple are both from Algona. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Winters, and the groom ta_ a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook, of Algona. The young lady graduated from the Titonka high school, while Mr. Cook Is a graduate of the Algona high school class of 1935. Attendants at the ceremony In June were a brother of the groom, Elmer, and Cleone Wooster. A double ring ceremony was performed. They will make their home on South Moore street Russell Is employed as a grocery clerk here. Pro-Nuptial Shower— Madonna Qulnn and Josephln Murtagh entertained at 7:00 o'clock dinner at the Blue Room of Hote Algona Saturday evening in honor of Mary Janice Rice. There wer« ten guests present: Mrs. Joe Herbst, Mrs. Norman Rice, Mrs Hiram White, Lucia Wallace, Mrs E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. J. L. Bonar Mrs. Theo. Chrlschilles, Loretta Howie, and Bernice Harrington The guests presented Mary Janice with gifts in the form of a linen shower. Bridge was played at the E. J. Murtagh home, and the prize was received by Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Eighth Dlst Legion Meeting— There was a joint meeting of the eighth district Legion ancT Auxiliary held at Warden Hotel in Ft Dodge,'Thursday evening, Oct. 15. Those attending from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Brundage, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Harlg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Snm Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Estelle Arnold, Ann Zltt- rltsch, Mrs. Leon Merrltt, Mrs. John Dutton, Mrs. W. C. Dau, Don Hutchison and Oliver Reiley. Shower for Bride-To-Be— Mrs. LeRoy Shllts, Mrs. William Besch, Detores and Carmel Elbert were hostesses at a miscellaneous Social Calendar Wednesday, October There will be a unit meeting o the Methodist Foreign Missionary society at Fenton Wednesday after noon. The Methodist Aid Is having Its annual Fall Party Wednesday night at 8:00 in the church parlors honoring the teachers, new mem bers, and Dr. and Mrs. J. Edge. A family night supper will be held in the Congregational church parlors Wednesday evening at 6:30 A social program of music anc good fellowship will follow. The First Lutheran Luther League will meet on Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock in the church parlors. All the young people are urged to attend. Thursday, October The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the dome of Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks will be assisting lostess, and Mrs. Lewis McWhorter will be the leader. The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. A. L. Long at 7:30 Thursday light. Thursday, October 22— The Cotton Blossoms singers of 'Iney Woods, Mississippi, will give concert at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening. All churches In town are cooperating and the public is invited. There will be a joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary t Bancroft Thursday evening, Komnth County Federation— Mrs. A. D. Wiese of Manning, district committee woman, presided at all of the meetings of the Kos- county federated clubs. Excellent music was furnished by Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Don Hutching and Miss Nelson of Emmetaburg. Mrs. O. B. Lalng of Algona gave two readings. The following report of the Kossuth County Federation was given by Mrs. Riy Stone, of LuVerne. There are 16 clubs including 380 members; 2 W. C. T. V. organizations; eight state federated clubs; six clubs have met the endowment payment in full; seven clubs contributed to the scholarship and loan fund; two clubs contributed to Federation Foundation Fund; three clubs contributed to the Penny Art fund; 24 dozen towels, hemmed by the blind women, were sold by the county clubs; five clubs contributed to the Will Rogers Memorial fund; five clubs gave support to the Iowa Children's Home at Des Moines; National Education Week observed by all of the clubs. Methods: visitation; use of the subject for club programs; recep- :ions and entertainments for pubic school teachers; cash awards to I nnd useful gifts, best students in English and to the I was served. ALGONA MAN WEDSLR.GIRL Michael Elbert and Imo gene Roderick to be Married Oct. 26 Lone Rock: A miscellaneous shower was held at the H. J. Rice home, Wednesday, in honor of Miss Imogene Roderick of Ventura, who is to become the bride of Michael Elbert, Algona, Oct. 28th. Miss Roderick is a former resident of Lone Rock. The community of Lone Rock was invited. The hostesses were Mesdames Alfred Krueger, Alex Krueger, Fred Genrich. J. M. Blanchard, Arthur Prlebe, Calvin Householder, Frank Flalg, Dorothy Sharp, and H. J. Rice. Mrs. L. A. Roderick, Ventura, was the out of town guest-1 a'iow stump whlciTrau'ed' the"mach" The bride received many beautiful I („« over — J -—*--' -"- A delicious lunch ^ Mrs. Robert Schmidt and family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haack, Mr. an Mrs. Fred Oenrich, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umsted, Mr. and Mr*. Eml Laabs and daughter, Lorena, and Helen Radig, all of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath o Sweil Cfty *nd M*. and Mrs. Roy Wynh of DBS Moines. High prize for women was won by Mrs. Eml Laabs and high prize for men by Ben Schmidt Travel prize was won by Helen Radig. Ed Dehnert Of LuVerne Is Cut Ed H. Dehnert well known Lu- Veme man, played the role of a good Samaritan, at the wheel oi his truck, Saturday noon, west of LuVerne, when he swung Into the ditch and missed hitting a car that made a sudden turn into the highway. The cab on the truck was crushed off of the body, and Dehnert received three bad cuts on his right hand, but was otherwise uninjured. In taking the ditch, the truck hit shower Sunday afternoon at »l-s St. with election of officers and a good Cecelia academy gym to a group ' of fifty women honoring Imogene Roderick of Ventura, who will be married to Michael Elbert, October 26. Five hundred was played and the high score prize was received by Mrs. Michael Besch of Whltte- more. Finest Entertaminent Day After Day Wed., Thurs., Oct. 21-22 Matinee Daily 2:30 ^ecre^of a finishing school! Herbert Marshall : 'RuthChatterton '_ in .GIRLS' „ DORMITORY program. Friday, October 28— The Crulkshank school, Union No. 7, P. T. A., will have a pie and Ice cream social Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock. A program will follow. Mrs. Helen Stevenson is the teacher. November 7— The St Thomas Episcopal church will hold a chicken supper at the Legion hall, November 7th. eighth grade pupils with highest grade in township; National Art] week observed by exhibits nnd sales of pictures, etching nnd irints; demonstrated lecture on nodernistlc china painting; club | histories prepared and placed in local libraries for reference; four Theodore Krueger Is Installing a new furnace in the Henry Wegner home, Algoita. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz were business visitors in Fort Dodge Thursday. M. R. Hawks and Donald Blan- lars worth of books were presented to local libraries by clubs; two clubs Tuberculosis seals. There was one entry from a Kossuth county club In the state poetry contest, Miss Margaret Durant of the Algona Woman's club. Her poem. "O Pioneers" was awarded Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prlebe and son, Dennis Carl, were business callers at Fairmont Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and Mrs. Alfred Krueger were business callers in Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Blanchard club contest and won a place in the Anthology of Iowa Authors, "Flame on the Hills." with Simoiie Simon News, Also "Sunkl»t Stars at Palm Spring*" . 20 minutes of gorgeoui color Vincent Lope* and Band la "KNOCK KNOCK" Forbidden to Love—Taught everything but life Birthday Party- Mrs. L. W. Giilesple entertaine for her little daughter, Marlene Thursday afternoon, October 15, In honor of her fourth birthday. Th little tots attending were Bonn! Durnin, Alice Mathes, Harrie Brown, Maxine Gibson, Patty OI son, Garry McDonald, Patty and Catherine Gillespie, Mary Alice Showrie, and Lois Martinson of Burt. They played games in the afternoon from two until five, and Mrs. Gillespie served a lunch. Pre-Nuptlal Shower— Arlene Jones was the honoree at mlscellaeous shower at the B. P. Benson home, Thursday even- ng. The hostesses, Phyllis Good I and Ruth McKce served a seven | o'clock dinner to twelve guests. The diversion of the evening was "earthquake" bridge. Mrs. Dick Cowan received the first prize. Arlene is the daughter of C. E. Jones of Livermore, and will be married to Delmar McFadden October 25. Mn. Alwln Huenhold Hostess— Mrs. Alwin Huenhold entertained at a bridge party Friday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. High score for men went to Paul Danson, and the low to Melvin Jacobson. Women's high scoro prize was received by Mrs. Paul Danson, and the low by Mrs. George Miller. first place in the Spencer Drama f and children were guests at the J. M. Blanchard home Thursday evening. ... ,. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard Much community welfare work and daughter , Patricia Lee, were was done by all of the clubs of the ' — county. Home Builders Party— at the Thursday dinner guests Chester Alme home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich at„,. „ „_ ., ,i tended a mail carriers' meeting at There was a 6:30 dinner party , he homc of And Delter i n g. Ban- given at the Methodist church by | croft Tllesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenaue and family of Armstrong were guests nt the Delbert Geitzenauer home Tuesday evening. The Lone Rock young people held a skating party at the skating rink in Fenton, Tuesday ev- the Home 'Builders class last Friday evening. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carney, W. O. Ringgenberg. Howard Seeley, L. G. Engstrom, Floyd Bacon, Robert Carney, Douglas Wildin and Ker mil Forbes. A short musical program followed, and a gift was presented to Dr. and Mrs. J. Edge. CALL THEATRE Tues., Wed., Thurs., Oct, 27-28-29 Only 2 Shows Daily 2:00 and 7:15 Exactly As The Road Show Matinee prices 10c-3ic Night 10c-31c-41c WAITING FOR ... AT POPULAR PRICES! Greatest entertainment in screen history . . . three lavish hours of scenes and songs and thrills...50 stars...300 ajrlsl WILLIAM MYRNA LUISE POWELL-LOY-RAINER WORTH Frank MORGAN • Fannie BRICE • Virginia BRUCE •teginald OWEN • Ray BOLGER • Erne!t COSSART A «^art I. U««^ fnirtto. Vote for M. J. DUFFY Democratic Candidate For TREASURER Of Kossuth County General Election November S, 1986 A C'uininued Aduiimtration of Honesty and Eificiency Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated Mn. Redfleld Entertains— Mrs. Medn Redfleld entertained nt two tables of bridge Saturday afternoon. Prizes were received as 'ollows: Mrs. William Geering, irst; Mrs. Jim Watts, second: Mrs. John Storm, low, and Mrs. Walter )alc, travel. Dessert Club- Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained her )essert club Friday afternoon. Bridge was played and Mrs. Fred Parks received high prize. Low score prize was received by Mrs. Hugh Raney. Neighborhood Club— cnlng. A large crowd attended. Mrs. Lee Estle began work Sunday at the J. M. Elmorc home, south of Lone Rock. She Is employed doing general housework. Miss Lillian Coombes, high school Instructor here, returned Wednesday evening, following a week's illness at her home In Clear Lake. Mrs. Fred Mortcnson and daughter, Doris Jean, and Mrs. Wm. Haase of Fenton were callers at the Emil Kraft home, Friday evening- Mr, nnd Mrs. F. E. Macumber made a business trip to Fort Dodge Wednesday. While there, they vis- lied their daughter, Dorothy, who Is employed there. Mrs. Russell Sharp and daughter, S^1S£?'SSiS b £, nta tJ Mr "' . Sh "">> -other, Mrsf-Peier Bridge waa the divers/on ot the evening. Thimble Club—Mrs. Anna Nelson entertained the 12 members of the Thimble club at her home Monday afternoon. The women spent the afternoon at their fancy work. New Swea Pastor Welcomed by 125 Swea City: Following the church and Sunday School services at the Methodist church Sunday noon, 125 members and friends gathered in the church basement where tables were spread with good things to cat, prepared by the ladies of the church. The object of the occasion was to welcome the ne'v pastor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Harvey, and to afford an opportunity to become acquainted—pastor and people. Preceding the dinner Mrs. Jack Gillea gave the address of welcome and Rev. Harvey responded with a brief talk, Gus Torine introducing the speakers. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hosier, a girl, Saturday, Oct. 10. Miss Jane Carlson visited friends at Grinnell from Thursday till Monday. Ingmar Haugen and C. M. Chris- tenscn were Des Moines visitors last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Knutaon, Armstrong, were visitors Sunday at the Guh Torine home. A daughter, Patricia Kose, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dits- worlh, Thursday, Oct. 15th. C. K Fmtsuh and sister, Mrs Cook, Forest City, were guests Sunday at the T. F. Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards and sons, Tom and Bjllie, Des Moines visited at the Harold Ditsworth home Sunday. Miss Carrie Harner returned last week from Good Thunder, Minn., where she spent several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Eva Harner. Mrs. Nannie Simpkina of Glenburn, North Dakota, has been a guest since Sunday of last week at the home of her niece, Mrs. Gus Torine. E. C. Peterson and daughter, Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Valvick and son, Irving Ed, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ormand Otterson at Winnebago, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Minkel and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schuler went to Iowa City, Saturday, to be present at the annual homecoming at Iowa State University, Sunday. Miss Berniece Pearson, Sioux City, spent toe week end with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Olof Penr- don. Mr*. Pearson accompanied Brendt, at Granada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause and daughter, Dolores and Mrs. F. W. Jentz of Fenton went to Barney, North Dakota, Wednesday to attend the funeral of a brother-ln- law. Oscar Warner of Fonton was a caller at the home of Mra. Kate Hawks, Tuesday. Mr. Warner was cnroute home from Deg Moines, where he has been a patient in the Veterans' hospital for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Groas entertained at a card party Wednesday evening. Five hundred was played Those attending were Mr. and Mra. Ken Schmidt und family, Mr. mill Mra. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Notice of Sheriff's Sale KW.SI'TJI cuuNTr, SH. 1550;. N.»ilc-»; is h*ri-by Kivt-n Unit virtue of Special Execution In at- ta< nm-iii illr.-cu-il to mi, from the i lli r 1'lbtrlrt Court ,,t Kim- rclij.-ri.-il In aalrt court ot: the htli nay »i October, lyiiti, tn favor '•'•"'I "H XV Helm-, an irx.M-ulor of II.« .-siiti,. of <;. K. lli-l.s,.. ,|,. Cl . aa plaintiff, ami uy.-ilnsi K l> j .Iff.-n.laiii. f,,i- ii,,. si,,,, ,, f '. .1 thlity ami liti-loi) i|936oo'i is :, i,,| rnM.i. laxi-<l at Ten & ijlo.or,) Dollars an.I jtcrruliiK her daughter back to Sioux City Monday morning for a few day*' visit. Meadame* Wm. Christeiwen Ingmar Haugen, Geo. Wohnke and Ernest Devary were hosUwe* on Tuesday of itutt week at a miscellaneous post nuptial shower held at the M. E. church b*utement honoring Mra. Raymond Gardner, ne* Miiis Grace McGregor, Bancroft Decoration* for the occavloa were pink and white. Lunch WM served by the ho»te4Me« to M gu«*U. ' as II,, .Ma wit: 12 •ill ' ai-h on I.ark , ov,-r. l.-ti.-r No. :: I l.y iMi-Lnl.l '••M; M'oi't-itv I.. n;itiafy ! , tlu („, ul i.rop.Ttv «.,,,( .i iui.,n with lin. & f,. Mrs. Alice Buffington entertained the Larkin club last week Friday. Rudolph Larson accompanied a shipment of cattle to Chicago on Saturday night. Esther Quinby and Hattle Wilson Algona high school teachers, were dinner guests of the Andrew Hansens Sunday. Harley Peter of Warsaw, HI, spent Sunday with his aunt, Mrs! Edw. Wolf and family and cousin, Mrs. Leander Seefeld and family. Mrs. James Asa, son James and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus spent several days last week at Mason City with Mrs. Henry Hawley. Mrs. Hawley returned home with them for a visit. Members of the Doan Study club attended an annual 8th district meeting of woman's clubs at the Algona high school auditorium on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Territory Included covered fourteen counties. The annual fall bazaar will be held at the Doan church Tuesday evening, Oct. 27th, and the following menu will be served: fried chicken, mashed potatoes, candled sweet pottoes, cabbage salad, pickles, rolls, jelly, macaroni, sunshine cake and coffee. An Invitation Is | extended to the public to attend. Mn. E. J, (K«therin«) MeEvoy Democratic Candidate for Kossnth Ootraty CLERK OF COURT May I Continue to Serve Yduf need NO BREAKING IN - »* w RED CROSS FOUNDATION i No. t Foundation If you have a. hard-fO-fit foot, 11 you're wtarifif itrid and itodgy "comfort*. «bo**, tike heart. And tafce •• took at thtte tailored*' smartly styled Red Crou tion Shoes. They- keefp" foot-happy front the minttte you try them on-nf or' thtjr fit your "walking** feel 'a* well as your "•itttng 1 ' £•«. 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C KHlloni. dill plokles: H cars of pumpkins: 1 ran '•f pt-acliea: 36 fcallonn of p|<:kle» In "').. Kallc.n larn: 1 drum xweeDinic corujioiiml: 1 freezing unit; 1 meat Kiln. I. -i- l K a* tank anil attarh- menta; i ,-an of cracker*; I electric »l«n; all pom. pan». dlnhtw. Mllver- warf. utensllg acd tools and Untnx In States Cafe; J adding machine: 1 H.ldltlonul malted milk mixer: <iuan- Hiv- of dKars and cum: 1 »l«-n; 1 Kla»a »h. ( ,w cute, one G ft. by 8 ft. meat cooler. And T will proceed to Hell said property, or no much thereof a* may '.«• ntcenHary to natlafy Hid execution. with co«U and accrulnx couta at public auction, to the hlghc«t t l.ldtr. for cash, fn hard, on the '^"•1 day of November, 1938. at the ta»t door of the Oourt Home In '' In Ko««ulh County. Iowa, at th.» hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. of auld -lav when and where due attendance will be given by the under- binned. r>ated tnla 10th- day of October, 1936. CARf. DAHLHAU8KR Sheriff of Kotoith County. Iowa.. By C. J. 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