The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1936 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 27, 1936
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Tta AJgona Upper Pes Moiae0, Algona, Jowa» Oct. 27,1336 wsoaxeasowM^is^^ KOHL FOR CLERK on the Republican Ticket EXPERIENCED IN BUSINESS AND OFFICE WORK 1 will appreciate your support and vote in the General Electron Nov. 3rd. —Ira Kohl. USED CARS 1936 Dodge coach • 1929 Chevrolet coach '35 Ohev. stan. coach '29 Chevrolet sedan 1934 Plymouth sedan '29 Ford 1930 Chevrolet pickup PRESTONE, ALCOHOL WILLARD BATTERIES Washing— Greasing—Mot Water Heater* Algona Auto Market Maty Janice Ric* Mary Janice Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Rice, be"*me the bride of Charles A. Du- Cliarme II Saturday afternoon at four-thirty o'clock. The single ring ceremony was read by the Rev. George Vance at the Cotigre- g-iunrml church In the presence of 2Wi relatives and friends. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion with autumn foliage, chrysanthemums and candles. Following a half hour or- gnn recital by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn the bridal party proceeded to the altar to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March. A sextet sang Liszt's "Liebestraum." The bride wore an ivory satin wedding dress with a long train, nnd her long tulle veil was held in place by n small cap made with three rolls of ivory satin, combined with tulle. Her bouquet was of gardenias, lilies of the valley, white rose*, with an orchid in the center. Her maid of honor was her cous- | in. Margaret Middleton of Eagle •; Grove, who wore a gown of nile . green taffeta trimmed with match| ing velvet and a coronet to match. Her bouquet was Johanna Hill roses. Bridesmaids were Misses Isabel DuCharme of Grosse Pointe. Michigan. Josephine Murtagh of " e '? ? m P lo y i.'.t«. T» AI. Electric Co. i West of Court House dart of Grosse Pointe, William i Beckwith of Morris, Hi., Rober Hubbard of Detroit, Dr. Nicholas White of Chicago, and Charle Greening of Monroe, Michigan. Following the ceremony a reeep tion was held at the Algona hote and there was a dinner in the blu room for the bride and groom bridesmaids and ushers. Later i the evening the DuCharmes left on their wedding trip to New Yor' City. They will be .at home afte November 7 at 120 Provencal Roat Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. The bride is one of Algona's love liest young women. After grad uatlng from the Algona high schoo she attended Choate School fo Girls. Brookline. Mass.. spent a yea at Wellesley College, and wa graduated from the University o Michigan in 1935. The followini_ year she took post graduate worl in music. At the university sh became a member of Pi Beta Ph fraternity for women. Mr. DuCharme is the son of Mr nnd Mrs. Charles B. DuCharme o Grosse Pointe. Michigan. He at tended Westminister, Simsbury Connecticut and the University o He is a Des Moines. Madonna Quinn of Algona. Camilla Bowman of Grand Rapids. Michigan. Anne*Osborn of Sault Salute Marie, Michigan, and Helen Strand of Birmingham. Michigan. The bridesmaids wore rust-colored gowns with matching coronets and carried bouquets of talisman roses. Jerome DuCharme of Grosse Pointe. Michigan, served his brother as best man. Ushers were Meade Baker and Joseph G. Stan- Michigan at Ann Arbor, member of Delta Kappa Kpsilon He is employed with the Automati in Detroit. Finest in Entertainment Sat, Oct. 31 Tues.-Wed.-Thurt., Oct. 27-28-29 Only I Show* daily 2 p. m.—8 p. in. Matinee prior* lOc-Slr .Night price* 10-31-llr Exactly an shown at Bond Show Price* On Oar Stage Midnight Show 11 p. m. Prices 10-Jl-4lc Walt Goodies' "JUNIOR EBONY FOLLIES" (all colored) On Our Screen FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS There May Be Something Here You Need Good Potatoes, pk. 29c and 39c Mrntho Campho Ointment 39c Vana Carbolic Salve SOc lUuieigh Cold Tablets S9c Rawlcigh Lazatine Tablet* 39c Camphor Cream Liniment 39c 16 ot Rawleigh or Ward's tapper 48c 8 oz. Kawleigh Sage 25c $1.00 Vanilla or Lemon 79c S1.00 Cough Syrup 79c 25r Hand Cleanser 18c '-•V Extract* or Colors 19c Miller Produce Cash Huytrs of Cream, Eggs and Poultry 213 West State Street At the Old Stevens Stand 43' There Are Three Ways To Vote If you desire to vote for me for County Sheriff your can use any of these3 methods 1. If you volt straight republican, simply check circle at the top of liie republican column. 2. II you check circle at top of democratic or farm-labor ticket, you can check square opposite my name under republican column, and the vote will count for me. 'A. If you volt a iplit ballot, or check them aa you come down, without checking circle at top, a check In square opposite ray uiune counts. 1 have pledged, aad again repeat, that if etotiied, I «*"^l give itoattuth county honeot work, economy, mui hone M-OM; in ottice. Gilbert Hargreaves Republican Candidate for Sheriff rloru-^-MrFndden Marriage— The marriage of Olive Arlene Jones, daughter of Charles El Jones of Livermore, a'nd Delrrmr A. McFadden. son of Mrs. Sara McFadden. took ' place Sunday, October 25. at the Edward A. Genrich home. Dr. Joseph H. Edge read the single ring ceremony at hieh noon, in the presence of members of the immediate family. The bride was attired in aqua blue crepe and her flowers were talisman roses, gardenias and lilies of the valley. Her going away clothes were grey with black accessories. She graduated from the Livermore high school in 1933. For the past two and one half years she has had a position in the office of the Druggist Mutual Insurance Company. Since coming to Algona she has made her home with her sister. Mrs. Edward A. Genrich. Mr. McFadden has a position at Kennedy & Parsons, where he has been employed during the past two years. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to the guests, who were seated at a long table. A color scheme of yellow and white was used in the wedding cake, candles, flowers, and other table appointments. Mr. and Mrs. McFadden left during the afternoon for a wedding trip to the Twin Cities and to Boone. Iowa,' where they will visit the bride'* grandmother, Mrs. Ida Jennings. They will be at home at 009 East Lucas street November 4. The many frienas of Mr. and Mrs. McFadden extend them their best wishes for happiness. Surprise Party at Humboldt— A group of Algona women attended a surprise birthday dinner Social Calend&f XneSBay, OctoMer 27- Th* Rebehah lodge will meet to*«» ffiiftJday) al the I. O. O. F flan. Refreshments will be served Serving «h the committed are Mrs- C. C. Wright, nnd Mrs. G. C. Bar ton. The Past Matrons will meet » the Masonic Temple Tuesday aft ernoon at B otic o'clock luncheon A business meeting will follow nnd will be In charge of the newly el er-tcd officers, Mrs. Minnie Long president; Mrs. Leorn St John, vice president, and Mrs. Mart Me Call, secretary-treasurer. Thursday, October 19— Mrs. BeVt Deal's Circle will serve a one o'clock luncheon to the Woman's Association of the Congregational church, Thursday, October 29. There will be election of officers and a large attendance is desired. Admission one ten towel Monday. November 2— Miss Afton Smith will be here Monday. November 2. Her study group leadership class hi paren 1 education will be held nt the higl school. Friday, October 30— The young people of the Trinity Lutheran church will give pnrty in the church parlors Friday evenins ftt 8 o'clock. Guests are welcome. Child Study Crab— The Child Study club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Burdette Agard, with Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon as assisting hostess. Tbe members listened to the child study lecture over the radio, and afterward held a general discussion. A talk was given by Mrs, C D. Shierk. Guests of the club were Mrs. M. J. Bourne and Mrs. Alf Kresensky. Birthday Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Jensen and wo children of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Haupt and two •hlldren of Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Willlnm Dehnert and two hildren of Algona were Sunday linner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leser Wilson. The dinner was in onor of Mrs. Wilson's 74th birth- lay. 'Uncheon-Bridge— Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained he twelve members of her bridge FREE genuine goose-down corn- orter with the purchase of a Washing Machine. Starting Octo- club at a one o'clock luncheon served at the Anderson Cafe. They later wpnUto Anderson's country home to piny bridge. CJIltw Mr*. <3. t>. Bfimdafe entertained the members of her bridge club at two tables Wednesday afternoon. The Washing Machine Sensation of the year! Full si«e Electric Washer with balloon wringer rolls, porcelain tub and many other features. During our Fall Sale, only »2S.»5.—Gamble Stores. « DANCE Friday, Oct. 30 at the V. F. W. Hall (Old Anderson Hall> RHYTHM CLUB 35c and lOc Cummings FOR COOD CANDIES — Trr* ~ We Are Now Featuring DEI-SON'S (Home Made Recipe) V CANDIES * Peanut, Cannel Boll Pull Cream Pecan Carmel ,—• Pecan Top Nut Cliip Pecan Glace ~ JJ'JU'i Chocolate Pound Pecans <•*£ UK Thin Dark Sweet Chocolate Mints 20C lb. More than (50 varieties of pure wholesome candies at lowest prices. .. • Cummings FOR GOOD CANDIES ftrWUVWftftAWIrVVVVWVrVVVVWfl er 30th.—Gamble's. 43 "Meiser, ' former honoring Fran Algona tecaher. Mrs. W..K. Ferguson, who also had a birthday on that day, was another guest of honor. There were fourteen at ;he table. A three course 6:30 dinner was served. The birthday ;ake, made by Mrs. E. C. Mc- Hahon was decorated with gumdrop cats. After dinner bridge was played and Mrs. John McDowell received the high score prize, Hatie Wilson the low prize and, Lcona {rampc the novelty prize. Algona women attending were Mrs. John McDowell. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mrs. E. C McMahon, Mrs. J. F. )vermyer, Hattie Wilson, Margaret Hullerman. Leona Krampe, Antoin- Hc Bonnstctter and Esther Quln- by. LONG'S For the Best in MEATS Phone your orders any time of day. They get special attention now that we have onr own delivery truck. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at all times. LONG'S Food Shop Two phones 214-215 HARDWARE VALUES ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS 6 cup $6.25 9 cup $7.95 Electric Toasters __$1.49 Electric Heaters ....$2.25 Electric Irons $1.49 Pyrex Coffee Makers $2.95 Electric Waffle Irons __$4.95 Enamelware 1.20 29c 75c Double Boiler, 2 qt. inset — Saucepan, 2 qt. ivory* __. Kettle, 6 qt Add some new equipment to your home tlrb fall and lighten tasks that have formerly been trudgery. , ., ; A new washing machine, an 1 electric or, tomtor, or wafffe Iron, new tools for tike hooeelkeM ne»i . ra—Uieee are Jnrt a few Of Otft Items In this well stocked tardtewm Tools Saws $155 Hammer 49c Pliers 15c Brace 98c Plane, 10" .$1.95 Screwdriver —9c Dexter Washing Machines r ~ With Tub and Stand ""*' 49*50 THIS WEEK ONLY DUST MOPS, good grade, with handle .. 49e Kohlhaas & Spilles Meets at Bancroft— The Kossuth county American Legion meeting was held at the Legion hall at Bancroft Thursday night The meeting with an entertainment of local talent was followed by an election of officers. Don Hutchison of Algona was elected county commander, Dick Berg of Swea City, was elected as vice commander, and J. H. Hoppe of Algona waa elected county adjutant. A supper was served, and a dance followed. L. O. A. Meet—" The L. O. A. Class of the Congregational church met with Mrs. A. L. Losig, at her home Thursday evening. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. G. H. Buchanan, Mrs. George Fret, Sr., and Mrs. H. D. Hutch- ma. A meeting was held, the women sewed, and Mrs. Dana Paxson reviewed the current novel, "Gone With the Wind." The committee served light refreshments to H group of 25. Birthday Party— Mrs. Theo. Herbal entertained Friday afternoon at a birthday party in honor of her son, Teddy's ninth birthday. Attending were Frederick Way, Kenneth Brown, Freddie Wray, David Laing, Kendall Ward, Dickie Strayer, Richie Malhes. Jo-Jo Herbal, Webster Orion, and Billy Koppen. The boys played outaide games, until time for refreshments. P^iiiiiiiiitnniiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliniiiiiiiiiiiiM Meeting— The members of the Woman's Home Missionary society of thi Methodist church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. An tone Anderson. Those serving on the committee were Mrs. Frank Sterling, Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Mrs. W. G. Muhleman, Mrs. C. H. Swan son, and Mrs. Horace CUtp*aoUUe The committee served 37 women. May Circle— ~"~ The May Circle of toe Congregational Aid met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. E. Carr. Mrs. Ted Laraon was the assisting ho*UM. They entertained 25 ladies at a one o'clock luncheon. Edith Reid reviewed a chapter of the book "CbrUt In Japan," written by the Missions.ry Kagawa. A business meeting followed. M»'s great Me's Deluxe of 3 gala. Oil our *- •Udio- Magnificent furs and superb woolens, masterfully blended into coats whose styling reflects the best fashion news of the season! And for those who prefer a coat without fur we have a marvelous selection for your choosing. May we suggest that ycu choose your new Win|ter coat from such nationally known makes as "Printzes»" - Sterling" "Eckomoor" "Hirachmoor*' "Kragthire" " Th»y arm a guaranty of Satittaction" During thin special event we are featuring »pacU| price groups at $10.98 $14.98 $19.75 $29.75 $39.75 . CHRISTENSEN BROS. CO. Algona's Style Center We h«ve wuadttrful eost values ID our Bttrgais BaKeiueut also.

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