The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1936 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 1, 1936 MARGARET SCHILTZ, BANCROFT IS BRIDE OF HUBERT HOOD, HUHBOLDT 'Oroom Formerly Employed In The Farmers & • Traders Bank Bancroft: On Monday morning, Nov. 23, at 8 o'clock, Margaret Schtltz became the bride of Hubert Hood in St. John's church. The attendants were Frances Berens and William Hood, brother of the groom. The bride wore a brown wool dress trimmed with satin and had brown accessories and wore a cordage of Johanna Hill roses. The bridesmaid wore a dubonnet wool dress with black accessories and wore a corsage of Talisman roses. Mr. Hood owns the L G. A. store in Humboldt where the couple will make their home. Mrs. Hood was ^employed in the Farmers & Trader's Savings bank here. A reception was held at the home of the bride's brother, Peter Schlltz after the ceremony, at which 2( guests were present. The couple left for a wedding trip to Minneapolis. Injured in Crash Wm. Qulnn suffered painful Injuries Saturday in an automobile accident. He was driving on an unfamiliar road and came to sharp turn in the road. He was unable to make the turn so took the ditch. Five ribs and his wrist were broken and he was badly brutaed. His youngest daughter, Eileen, who was with htm, suffered a broken nose and was als» bruised. Jean Anne, another daughter, who was with them, was uninjured. Surprise Birthday Party . J. Nemmers was honored at a surprise birthday party Sunday evening. Bridge was played and Mrs. Fred Thies won high score for the ladles and J. H. Welp won the high score for the men; Isabel Saunders won the travel prize and Mr. Nemmers was given a remembrance in honor of the occasion. At Ledyard Card Party The following attended the card party at Sacred Heart church in Ledyard Monday evening: J. H Sheridan'and the Mesdames J. H. Sheridan, Al Fuchs, H. J. Guide, J A. Devine, Joe Fox, A. W. Kennedy L. J. Mousel, Enos Kohnke, anc C. M. Baker and Clara Nemmers Mrs. L. J. Mousel won the prize for high score. ted his mother, Mrs. Peter Becker, Sunday. ftev. Sylvester Grady left Monday to spend. Thanksgiving with its parents.. Mrs. Relnend Pothoff and Frances and Clarence Diers spent Thursday in Des Molnes. Mrs, Frank McGulre and daughter, Marlon, visited Mrs. McGulre's brother, Ben Farrow at Lakota, Sunday. Melvin Ditsworth injured his elbow while cranking a tractor Wednesday. It will be several months before he will be able to use his arm. Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Connor, Hampton, arrived Monday to spend Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. O'Connor's mother, Mrs. Grace Keoproth. Mrs. O'Connor was formerly Ethel Keoproth. BURTFOLKSWED LAST WEDNESDAY R. F. Hawcott and Mrs. Libbie Treptow United By Rev. Wood Ted Jacobs Hart News was received Monday tha Ted Jacobs, son of Peter Jacobs, was badly injured in an accident In Waterloo. The extent of his injuries was not learned. He was formerly a resident of Bancroft. Bill Becker, Buffalo Center, vis- We've Just Received This New Tie of Black MOIRE and VELVET... . .. everything about it is new ...Swing lines ...rounded toe .. . porthole eyelets and a jaunty bow! Also in all-over BLACK PATENT or SUEDE! Kresensku's SHE — NEEDS — MORE Sweaters $1.95 $2.95 The sweater and skirt is a classic office and campus ensemble! Sweaters are essential to suits. And sweaters keep everybody warm. These are specially priced for gift buyers! Kresensky's Good Hope Church Sence of Pastors' Session Last Week Good Hope: The first meeting In the new conference year of the preachers and their wives from Al gona sub-district was held at Gooc Hope parsonage Tuesday of las week. The group includes pastors from Wesley, Tltonka, Burt, Lu Verne, West Bend, Algona anc Good Hope. Following dinnei there was a business meeting of thi ireachers and a social hour fo: :helr wives. Two pastors are new to the sub-district this year: th Rev. Thoburn Speicher of Burt and the Rev. W. L. Patterson, Ti Lonka. Officers of the organlza .ion are Rev. Wood, chairman, ant Rev. Speicher, secretary-treasurer District Supt. W. G. Muhleman an ' wife met with the group. Pre-Nuptlal Shower The pre-nuptlal shower at Gooc Hope community room last Satur day in honor of Miss Evelyn Crulk shank was particpated in by nlnot. guests and was a festive occasion Games and other social activitie occupied the afternoon which -was terminated with the serving of ap petizlng light refreshments. Th popularity of the guest of hono was attested by the large numbe of beautiful gifts presented whlc were passed from one to another o the seated guests for their unhur ried inspection and enjoyment. Burt: R. F. Hawcott and Mrs. Ibble Treptow were married Wednesday at noon at her home, the ilev. A. H. Wood performing the ceremony. Following a wedding dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Hawcott left or George, where they visited over Thanksgiving at the Boom home. They also visited a niece-at Spirit Lake, returning home Sunday They will make their home on Mrs. 3awcott's farm west of Burt. Bazaar on Friday The Methodist Ladles' Aid society will hold its annual bazaar in the church parlors Friday afternoon De_c. 4. Aprons, home made candy and other miscellaneous articles will be on sale. A roast chicken dinner will be served, beginning a 5:30 In the evening. Harvest Church Service The Harvest Town to Country service at Good Hope Sunday was an exceedingly successful and profitable one for those participating. An audience which filled the auditorium of the church listened to nn informative and fitting talk by Supt. of Schools Otto B, Laing Algona, who spoke on the general topic of the mutual Interests of town and country people. A Thanksgiving reading by Hazel Jenklnson and special music add' I'd to the Interest of the service. The only disappointment is that it was a "Town to Country" service in name only. Seems like it should have been an occasion of special interest to folks with whom our country people mingle every day In a business wayV But of course their own religious services would have had to be neglected which would have been too much to expect. Oh, well! Guess we were at fault for not giving- a more special Invitation to the "Commercial club" and other organized town Interests. But watch ua next year. To Give School Concert On Wednesday evening, Dec. Wilbur Anders, piano accordian ar tist, will give a concert in the high school auditorium, Wednesday eve nlng, Dec. 2. The school band wll play for thirty minutes in addition to Mr. Ander's concert. The pro ceeds of the concert will go towar buying new uniforms for the bant Plans are being made for a Ban< Mothers club, which would assist in raising funds for this project am' other needs of the band. Entertains Auxiliary Mrs. O. H. Graham entertained the Legion Auxiliary at its monthly sewing meeting Friday afternoon. The regular Legion and Auxiliary meeting was Tuesday evening, Dec. 1. The hostesses were Mrs. L. V. McWhorter, Mrs. A. W. Radeke and Mrs. Margaret Murray. About 25 relatives gathered at the C. F. Mann home for the annual Thanksgiving reunion. They Included the E. O.. L. I., Roy and Wayne Mann families, Mrs. Ada Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Fort Dodge. The E. A. IHffs went to Webster City Wednesday evening and spent the remainder of the week with relatives there. SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES Entertains 15 Clients Wednesday evening of last week Dorothy Reid entertained J5 guests ut a party which included members of her Normal Training class In Algona high school, their teacher, Miss Hnttie Wilson and another member of the teaching staff, Miss Martin, also Miss Helen Steussy, teacher at district school No. 5. The evening was spent in games and other recreations. Lunch was served to close the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen were dinner guests at the "Bob" Harveys Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were guests for dinner Sunday at the Arthur Bakers. Joyce Mlttag was a guest for dinner and the afternoon of Prances Sorensen, Sunday. The E. L. and William Broesders were visitors at the Rudolph Saat- offs, Burt, Sunday. Supt. Otto Lang and son, David, were dinner guests of the Glen Jenklnaona Sunday. W. I. Dodds and son, William, and Claude and Howard Seeley made a business trip to Austin, Minn., Monday. Saturday, Dec. B, is the date of the Good Hope Aid country food and needlework sale. It will be held at the Kent showroom in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, were guests for supper and the evening with Mrs. Wm. Treptow, Sunday. Mrs. Clyde Wardrip's mother, Mrs. I. A. Post of Davis City, Iowa, is here for ten days with her daughter. Incidentally, Davis City is the only town of that name in the world. W. I. Dodds accompanied Rev. Allen Wood to Fenton Tuesday evening of last week where the latter addressed the Fathers and sons at their annual banquet ut the M. E. church. The O. U. R. class of Good Hope Sunday School held its monthly meeting with Dule Ehrhurdt last Friday evening. Eighteen members were present. The usual bus- iiu'*i and recreational activities occupied the evening. Goes to Iowa City Barbara Thompson was taken to Iowa City Wednesday in the Mer- rltt ambulance for treatment at the University hospital. Her mother, Mrs. H. A. Thompson, accompanied her, but returned that evening. Barbara was taken ill with a very severe attack of infantile par alysls two or three months ago. Her condition has been serious, and it Is hoped she may receive help at Iowa City. Helen and Ruth Thompson went to Iowa City Friday to spend the week end with her. Home Thanksgiving Among college students to spend the Thanksgiving week end with their parents were, Eleanor Vogel, Grlnnell student; Einer Morness and Mnxlne Schenek, Coe College; Vcra Chlpmnn, Hamilton Business College, and Dale Kennedy, who just graduated from that institution. Careful Planning means adequate insurance protection. Our specialized plan of handling all lines of insurance is your guarantee of careful claim service. INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS DWELLINGS HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUTOMOBILES t'ouipensftUou lunuraooe Public Liability YOUR INQUIRY REGARDING VOUB INSURANCE PROBLEMS, WUA BE APPRECIATED He Algena Ins. Agency Phone 65 C. R. LaBarre M EOW-tf Get Into The Fun! Get Your Coupons! Algona Merchants Are Going To Give Away $300 in CASH As A fcift, Thursday, December 24th And Joan Chipman entertained the Home Guards Saturday afternoon. The D. T. Hobsons spent Thanksgiving with their son, Orley, at Fort Dodge. The Birthday Circle met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. W. Man us. Mrs. B. W. Brooke spent last week with her sister, Mrs. R. U. Meyer at Aberdeen, S. D. The W. E. and G. E. Brace families spent Thanksgiving at the S. E. Straley home at Fenton. The E. C. Blerstedts were Thanksgiving guests at the Carl Ostwald home In Whittemore. Virginia Thaves, Albert Lea, Minn., spent Thanksgiving at the parental J. G. Thaves home. Joe Graham, who had been with his brother, Kenneth, at Denver, Colo., returned home last week Monday. Mrs. Dorothy Larsen and two daughters, Brltt, came Thursday for a week end visit at the C. L. Holding home. Marilda Pratt, who teaches at Runnells and Iva Trunkhill, Lake Park teacher, spent the week end at their homes here. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Isenberger, Des Moines, spent a few days over Thanksgiving at the J. O. Isenberger and M. L. Vinaas homes. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John are parents of twin daughters, weighing four pounds each, born at the Algona hospital Thanksgiving day. Denton Thaves left a week ago Saturday evening for Vincennes, Indiana, where he has a position as linotype operator on the Daily Post. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich and Mrs. Wm. Bleich, Sr., visited from Wednesday to Friday ut the Oscar Anderson home at New Richlund, Minn. W. J. Davison, former Burt resident, now of Cameron, Wis., has been here visiting his sister. Mrs C. I. Muusmith, and his many Burt friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson and daughter. Orient, spent Thanksgiving ul the H:ins Koestler home. The R. K and W. T. Moyers were also guests there. The Rev. and Mrs. Cyril McNary j und twii nuns, liillie Bruce and j Kc-itli, West Bend, were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Rev. Thoburn Speic-h'.-r home. ! The E. E. l j aines hud us Thanks- (iiviug dimn.-i' yueski, the Clayton Sills, Algonu. the Chester Sills, Gal- bruitli, and the James and Harris Wadsworths. I-one Rock. The Earl Millers, Robert Gray. Ruth and Sarah Schroeder were entertained for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cox. at Algonu. Mr. und Mrs. Don Crouan. Toledo, Dr. und Mrs. H. Bleieb, Majjle- ton, Mr. aiid Mrs. Bert Crouan, Algona, and the Floyd Koepekes were Thanksgiving guests at the G. W. Bleich home. Dr. and Mrs. Bleich remained until Sunday. Divided Into Merchandise Presents Every firm listed below now has coupons—ask for them. Deposit the half with your name written on it in any of the ballot boxes on State street. Keep the other half with the duplicate number. Gifts Awarded at 5 p. m. on Dec. 24, at State and Dodge 3 Special $25 Awards on each of these three Saturdays SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 8 p. m. SATURDAY, DEC. 12,8 p. m. SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 8 p. m. A gift of $25 will be made by the Cooperating merchants through the Al- £>'ona Chamber of Commerce. You Do Not Have To Be Present - Everyone Is Eligible \ Chrischilles & Herbst Cooper's Sinclair Service Council Oak Grocery Christensen Bros. State Theatre Hub Clothiers Bjustrom's Appliances Pratt Electric Co. Foster Furniture Store Graham Stores Co. Nelson Hardware Madson & Hanson Coast-to-Coast Store Baldwin's Food Market Misbach's Clothing Co. Clark's Grocery Ben Franklin Store Gamble Store A. W. Amunson Algona Bakery Advance Publishing Co. Algona Upper Des Moines Steele's Clothing Store Joe Greenberg Elbert's Garage Sorensen Drug Store Dr. F. E. Sawyer » James Drug Store Akre's Grocery Barry's Recreation Parlor Anderson Grocery Hovey Super Service Long's Grocery Zender & Caldwell Algonquin Confectionery Johnson D-X Service Wilson Bakery Hawcott & Ogg Morrison's Beauty Shop C. S. Johnson Borchardt's Richardson Furniture Store Kirsch Laundry Call Theatre Iowa Theatre Kohlhaas & Spilles Cummings 5c to $1.00 Maxwell Motors Basket Grocery A. & P. Grocery Brownell Shoe Store Cut Rate Grocery Dau's Garage Sorensen Grocery Kruse-Blossom Ins. Agcy. Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop Milady Beauty Shop Wray's Conoco Station Skelly Oil Station Dr. F. C. Scanlan Moe & Sjogren Grocery Kossuth Motor Co. Elite Hat Shop Kent Motor Co. Dutch's Super Service Modern Dry Cleaners Smoke Shop Lusby Drug Store Jimmie Neville Elk Cleaners F. S. Norton & Son Marigold Beauty Shop Kresensky's ft $ IS The Above Firms Have Tickets In Case Of A Tie, Duplicate Gifts Will Be Given

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