The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 LIMA VAUDI OFWHnTEMORE Bride of Cedar Rapids Man, Nov. 29, at Churdan, Iowa "Whlttemore: Miss Luella Vaudt and Sheldbn Thayer of Cedar Rap- Ids were married at Churdan, Iowa, Nov. 29. The bride was "given In marriage by her father, Herman G. Vaudt and her attendant was Miss Marie Thayer, sister of the groom. Herbert Vaudt, brother of the bride, acted as best man. The bride was dressed in a gown of rust moire taffeta and carried talisman roses and wore a coronet of rhlnestones. The maid of honor wore a gown of black and gold and carried talisman roses. Those who attended the wedding from here were Mr. and Mrs. Aug- tist Vaudt and Mr. and Mrs. Will Vaudt The H. O. Vaudt family formerly lived south of town and had a host of friends In this community. Academy Card Party At the card party held At the Academy hall last Tuesday, Cletus Mueller won door prize, Walton Falb first and Mrs. Leo Swanson at bridge. At flve hundred Mrs. Peter Foxsen and Ed Farrell won high. The party was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer to Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover to Fort Dodge last Tuesday. Loretta Hanson returned home Wednesday after taking care of Mrs. .Theodore Johnson and baby of Algona for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hanover and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell were at Fort Dodge Wednesday. They made a short visit with Will Wehr- span, who is at the Lutheran hospital at that place. Johnny Baas, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Minnie Baas, O>r- hardt Wehrspan and Herman Baas, were at Fort Dodge Thursday to visit with the former's uncle, Will Wehrspan of Ottosen, who is a patient In the Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Will Wehrspan accompanied them from Ottosen. Women's Clubs At Lu Verne Plan To Fix Up Town Hall Lu Verne: The two federated woman's clubs, the Tuesday and Progressive clubs, have united In a community project and with ,the help of the town council" have planned to fix up the town hall. An oil stove has been Instilled in the kitchen and a serving window has been added and the hall is being cleaned In preparation for a new paint and varnish job. A a means of helping finance the project, the clubs are sponsoring a movie to be shown Thursday night, Dec. 10, at the Roxy Theatre. The committee la selecting a good picture and hopes for a good attendance at the performance. Atha Hardgrove accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Skow and daughter, Fidelia of Wesley, and Mrs. Harvey Stevens of Sexton attended the county W. C. TV U< Insltute at Fenton Thursday afternoon. Atha and Fidelia took part In a playlet, "Mrs. Nevlns Sells An Idea." CHRISTMAS GIFT That will be a most happy remembrance ALL THROUGH THE YEAR —to— THE ELECTROLUX CLEANER It makes Home Work so much easier! NOW 18 THE TIME TO PLAGE YOTJB ORDER WITH US For This Permanently Valuable Christmas Gift ! ! But first, let UN «how you how wonderful The Elec- trolux Cleaner will work for you to REMOVE IH'ST AND DIR'r, PURIFY THE AIR and PROTECT THE HEALTH AND COMFORT OF YOUR HOME It has dozens of other valuable uses, too. I WILL GIVE YOU A DEMONSTRATION FREE and I will explain more fully all the possibilities of this great invention to you. Just mail a card directly to Don Hutchins 522 Ho. Dodge LOCAL ELKCTROLUX REPRESENTATIVE or eull 203- II for uu appointment BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR LONE ROCK WOMAN ON 57TH Mrs. Robert Schmidt Is Recipient of Surprise Gathering Lone Rock: A surprise party was held At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Monday evening, In honor of Mrs. Schmidt's B7th birthday. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mlttag and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe and daughter, Bernlece, all of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman and daughter, Esther of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher and family of Whtttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oade and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riedel and family of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt and son, Delmar and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, all of Lone Rock. The evening was spent visiting and playing cards. Faculty Flay Please* The faculty members, presented their play, "Beads on a String" at the local auditorium Monday evening. A very large crowd attended. I I SPKIM.UM •"• Mothers Club Party The Mothers Club was held at the home of Mrs. Eugene/ Pearson, Wednesday afternoon. It was their annual Christmas meeting and gifts were distributed to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg wera business caller-) in Titonka, Monday. F. A. Macumber began work on Monday, laying new floors in the Macumber cafe. The Legion Auxiliary Ladles met at the home of Mrs. L W. Nelson, Friday afternoon. Dale Earing, who enlisted in the CCC camp at Bancroft, spent the week end at his home here. The Eugene Pearons had some remodeling done on their dance pavilion at Fenton last week. Oscar Warner of Fenton was a supper guest at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks Monday evening. Nlta Burtlss left Friday morning for a visit In Colorado. She made the trip by bus from Algona, Mesdames Calvin Householder, Frank Householder, and Raymond Blerstedt were callers in Algona, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey of Fenton spent the week end visiting at the home of their daughter and family, the Eugene Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Blerstedt and daughter, Evelyn of Butt were guests at a seven o'clock dinner, Thursday evening, at the Raymond Blerstedt horn*. Mrs. a M. Gladstone, daughters Margaret end Beulafa, who teaches at Swea City, ton Robert and Mrs. A. A. Krueger £nd • friend of Mlw Gladstone from Swea City, spent Saturday visiting in Fort Dodge. Lu Verne Clubs Have Busy Week Lu Verne: The three Lu Verne Women's Missionary societies met THursday. The Presbyterian society which generally meets the last Thursday evening of the month was postponed one week on account of Thanksgiving. The hostess was Anna Murray and Mrs. F. JL Chapman led the devotional hour. Mrs. Harry Von Draska told of work among the mountaineers. Mrs. Lee Llchty reviewed an article on missionary progress in Slam. The Evangelical society met with Mrs. E. R. Walter on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Paul Blumer leading the prayer service. The third chapter of "Congo Crosses" was studied by the entire group, the questions and answers method being used. Election of officers was held with reelection of all of last year's officers, Hulda Fritzemeier, president; Mrs. Fred Merkle, vice president; Mrs. E. R. Walter, recording secretary; Mrs. Edward Marty, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Wm. Marty, treasurer. Mrs. Fred Scmidt was assistant hostess. On the same afternoon the Methodist Home Missionary society met with Mrs. Harry Llchty. Mrs. Henry Peltzke led the devotions and Mrs. Ray Stone reviewed the third chapter of The Negro In America. A playlet, "Appreciation of the Prince of Peace", was given and plans were made for a group meeting to be held next Thursday at Hardy. The Mothers' Jewels under the supervision of Mrs. H. C. Allen have sent a Christmas box to the home at York, Nebraska, and the women have sent a box of fruit to Harriet Ballou Nursery at Sioux City. Bazaar Dec. 12 The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society will hold their annual bazaar and chicken supper at the city hall, Saturday night, December 12. There will be all kinds of fancy work and a harvest booth, a baked goods and candy booth. Mrs. Phillips Honored Mrs. H. H. Phiittps was honored at a birthday party given last Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Paul Phillips. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. Aaron Steussy winning high score prize and Mrs. Harry Llchty travel prize. ' Mrs. Harold Phillips received a guest prize. plans were made for the annual church bazaar to be held at the church on Wednesday, Dec. fl. A dinner will be served. Arthur Prlebe drove to Decorah Sunday to attend the wedding of his brother Raymond, of Fenton, to his slster-ln-law\ Miss Madeline Larson of Decorah, Monday. Mrs. William Flalg and Ernest Priebe are in charge of the Prlebe store and oil station during his absence. William Kresnin and Elvln Min- t!emann left Wednesday for their hume at Barney, Nnth Dakota. Eciwin and ArnoH Kressln, and Herths Carr, left Friday for Barne^< which is also their home. These boys have been employed here the past few months during harvesting and cornpicklng. The Lone Rock girls' and boys' basketball teams played the Seneca teams here Friday evening. Three games were played, Lone Rock being the victor In all three games. The girls' score was 30 to 27; first boys' team, 24-8, second team boys, 9-5. The next game will be held with Burt. December 15, on the local floor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schiltz and daughter, Mildred of Webb; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riesner of Lotts Creek; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kulow and family and Mrs. Louise Glassnap of Rlngstcd were Sunday dinner guests at the Emit Kraft home. In honor of Mrs. Kraft's and son, Clarence's birthdays. The afternoon was spent playing cards. Titonka Man, 73, Honored Recently Titonka: Monday evening, Nov. 30, was R. H. Janssen's 73rd birthday and In the evening the following relatives came to give him their good wishes: Mr. and Mrs. Ronie Janssen and sons, Ralph and Maurice of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. John Cordes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker and daughter, Harriet of Buffalo Center. School Board of Portland on Visits Portland: The Portland school board visited all of the rural schools in the township Tuesday. They found a great improvement over the schools from that of last year. Both teachers and pupils have ben- efitted from the efforts put forth by the directors this summer, repairing all of the schools. Annual Banquet Data The Portland Progress club will hold Its annual banquet Wednesday, December 9. at the Methodist church parlors In Burt. There will also be a program in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate visited relatives In Corwith Wednesday. Ross Elvidge had wood sawers helping him with a supply of fuel Tuesday. Mrs. Ross Elvldgc accompanied Mrs. Maude Hannn, Burt, to Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brnyton wore chicken dinner guests at the Donald Ringsdorf home Tuesday. Richard and Shirley Shipler. the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shipler, are suffering with the chicken pox. Miss Johanna Erickson, teacher at District No. 8, was ill Thursday. Rachel Becker taught in her placo for the day. Mrs. Clarence Moore underwent a major operation Friday evening at the General hospital In Algona. She la getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker were Fort Dodge shoppers Monday. They also called at the Clarence Dunlevy home, a brother of Mrs. Becker. Several Portland ladles met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Sigsbce on Tuesday afternoon to make looms, which will be used in the near future for weaving. LEDYARD NEWS A large crowd attended the M. E. Aid at the church basement on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Blanche Jenks was hostess. Final plans for the annual bazaar Dec. 9 were made. The annual Grant Methodist baz- nar was held Tuesday night and was very well attended. They cleared $68. Those attending from here were the Tlce Bracks, the Leo Andersons and the H. D. Maynes. At the card party Monday evening at the Sacred Heart church high in bridge was won by Richard Anderson; low by ,T. F. Sullivan. High in flve hundred was won by Doris McDonald and low by John Kellar. The next party Will be oil Dec. 34th. FARM LOANS 5 to 21 Years No Commission to Pay Liberal Options Edw. Capesius Algona, Iowa Office New Helse Bldg. Phone 390 39-tf . 1 Read The Want Ads—It Pav» Basketball and Wrestling HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM TUESDAY, PKCEMBER 8 Basketball—Algona vs. Lu Verne. Wrestling—Algona vs. Grant Consolidated. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 Basketball—Algona vs. Webster City. Wrestling—Algona vs. Burt. Basketball games called at 7 o'clock, followed^by the wrestling. Admission—Students 20c, adults 25c. CENTS CEHTS 00 AMY DAY Dec. 1st to Jan. 1st Inclusive 30-DAY RETURN LIMIT la •ddltian to data of •*!• Reduced round-trif fares between all points on the Chicago & North Western Ry. and many points on other Western railroads. Low fare* to California. Sleeping and parlor car fares are also low and to some points in the West the l'/i^ coach fare also applies in tourist sleeping cars—berth extra. for/fU mtonutia* mdtiskttt 4*4 *> LooJ C * N. W. TidMC AMM CHICAGO Gamble's 75 Plate SUPER- ACTIVE Battery -- 75 PLATE For Cadillac, 8, Lincoln/ Rolls Royet, •nd Others <4<|35 Exchange ...II Guaranteed 2 Yean 69 PLATE for Chrysler 80, Cord, Hupmobile, Packard, Pierce Arrow/ <A95 and Others, Ex. 7 Guaranteed 2 Years 57 PLATE For Master Buick, Dodge, Chyrsler, DeSoto, Nash/ Hudson and <Q65 Others, Exch. O Guaranteed 2 Yean •2 Year Guarantee • More Plate* • More Cold Weather Startins Power • Greater S. A.E. Rating than Ordinary Battery • Save up to *15 • Installed Free GAMBLE'S Progressive Club Mrs. Irvln Chapman was hostess to the Progressive Woman's club last Tuesday afternoon. "Laws for Women" was the topic discussed in the afternoon's program with Laws of Particular Interest for Women discussed by Mrs. F. I. Chapman and Pure Food and Drug Laws as Mrs. Chandos Smith's topic. Mrs. V. V. Schuldt sang a solo, "Because." She was accompanied by Mrs. Ray Stone. Plans were made for a Christmas party at the next meeting, Dec. 11. Mr*. Sanford Hostess The J. J. Club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Archie Sanford and with fourteen members present Mrs. Wm. Heftl read the Christmas story, "Goodbye to an Old Ctontlaman," after which Mr* Harry Lichty nad charge of a social hour during which various games and contests were held Mrs. H. D. Meyers will be hostess at a Christmas party Dec. 18. Christmas Decorations The Christmas street lights were hung last week and help to make the town more like Christmas. There are strings of alternate red and green lights across the street in six places. Mrs. Minnie Dingier, West Concord, Minn., Edna Earth, Skyburg, Minn., and J«rs. and Mro. Paul Kautz, Kasson. Minn., visited last week at the Fred Legler and P. C. Lichty homes. Frank Chambers left last Tuesday evening for Seattle, Washington, to spend the winter with relatives. He plans on visiting at different points in California and Colorado before his return. &$&Q<' l ! l>l ! fl !f 1 !^^ LONE BOCK NEWS Miss Grace Angus, who has been employed in Algona for quite some ime, was brought to her home here .his week. Miss Angus Is very 111 suffering from a throat infection Mrs. Andrew Thompson spent the week end visiting with her relatives it Storm I^ake. Mr. and Mrs. G H. Doty of Tripoli accompanies Mrs. Thompson to her home here Monday. G. A. Sharp and son, Delbert o Dayton, spent Thursday visiting relatives and friends here. Del t« rt is operating the moving pic lure machine in his father's thea Ire ut Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schuste imi two children of Avocn, Minn.: mil Mr. and Mi-s. Walter Weinur | nf Kuldu, Minn., spent the week i-nd visiting at the Henry Schruder uirl Henry Weincr homes. Miss Viola Bierle returned to [lock Kupids with her Mater, Juno, who teaches there, for several days visit. Miss Uierle ulso plans to visit at the Hubert Murray hume in Spencer before returning here-. Mr. and Mrs. Kusael Sharp and daughter, Jo Ann left Thursday for the 1'i-ler Breiuit home in Grun- ada, Minn. Mr. Sharp returned home Friday, but Mrs. Sharp and Jo Ann, remained for several days' visit. Berniece Roderick of Ventura spent from Thursday until Saturday at Lhe home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt. Saturday she was a dinner guest ut the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks. The Ludk-s' Mite society will hold its annual dinner at the church, Wednesday, December 0th. Bach member is ioked to donate some article to be sold at the bazaar There wiil ulso be a grab bag for Ihu children. Lorenu Laaba la employed ut the C. H. Gross hume for a few duyi:. Mr. and Mrs. Gross drove to Chicago to attend the Livestock exposition, and Miss Laaba is in charge of the Gross children during their absence. The Lutlits 1 Aid society met at the home of Mrs. P. M. Christun- ««u ou Thursday afternoon. Final Everything Is Ready For Everybody! There Is Something On These Pages For Every Person, Not Only Gifts, But Other Necessaries As Well I You Can Do All Your Shopping Here And Do It Easily Velour Tied and Dyed SCARFS & SQUARES 49c, 98c, $1.98 Scarfs and squares In these sizes: 12x12". 9x18", 12x36", 24x24" and 36x30" add a touch of color to any room. Children's 3 Piece Snow Suits $ 4.% A wonderful garment, warm and serviceable. Plaid Jackets—plain helmets. Sizes 2 to 8. RAYON PANTIES 25c A personal gift, inexpensive but very nice—ap- plique trimmed. Sizes medium and large. SILK LINGERIE The muni up|»reciutvd of all gift* Smart Looking: WASH FROCKS $1.00 $1.98 $2.98 These dresses are bound to make quite a stir for gift giving—in fact, we have never had such styles and fabrics for holiday selling. Handkerchiefs Satin Slips $ 1.98 Lace trimmed, four gore style of pure dye satin. Smart Looking Gay artist or long sleeve styles. Paisley print patterns Gowns $ 1.29 Lace trimmed, full length, made of run-resisting rayon. Smocks 1.98 5c lOc Sheer swiss or nil linen handkerchief^ are always suitable gifts. Women* and Men* Box 'Kerchief* 25c 49c Choove The»e TOYS for Girls Percolator sets, sewing seta, skippy crayons, cedar chests, telephones, tea sets, doll trunks, baby dolls, dressed dolls, teddy bears, chalk and slate aets —choice each 25cupto$1.98 GIFT TOILETRIES Make your selections from these groups. Practical gift sets— 25c, 49c, 98c Bath powder sets, shaving sets, dusting powder sets, baby powder set*, etc. H<-ore» of slippcro In shpcp-hkins, leatherette* and silk fabrics. For every member of the family. Child's and Misses Felt AQ r Slippers, r> to 10, 11 to 2^*'*' Women's Slippers l-VIt, leatherettes and lustrous plain t 'rcjws, .sixes -I to !) 49c 79c H.19 Choose These tor Boys Streamline trains, target game, tractors, machine guns, airplanes, dump trucks, jigger popeye, stake truck, zephyr trains, typewriters. Choice each 49c, 98c to $2.39 MANICURING SETS in Gift Boxes lOc 49c 98c Hakulite or leather r.-ises in i olors. A k'ift any woman or ,Mi;>s would appreciate. Men's and Boys" TIES 25c 49c The newest patterns in checks, stripes and plaids are here for your selection. Men's No wilt collars— pre-shrunk fabrics. They » 1 1*1 are always wcl- I IM come. Ail sizes * • * " Kiddies' Sweater* Zippers, button and slip over styles- Brushed wool, flat and rib knit « iu contrast- I iug colors »• Gifts that say "Merry Chaistmas" Cream Jugs i i uid painted. Ko.n; Cookie Jars Hound and viu ire simper. di'Mj.;n:s 49c98c i 25c Dinnerware ,tIZ,r New dei-oi-iUon.i — gold luce, platinum edge, tulip borders. Coronet, Nautilus. Majestic and Aethia, shapes. T-a Pots ix ' Up, faiu-y 79c palU-rii!» $3.98 LfRRHRIT!^ Department Stores The Christmas Store wife. Silk Hose For Men 25c New fuiu-y clock patterns on .sulid color bodied. Sizes 10 to 12. Outing Gowna 98c Heavy flannel, stripe pattern*, fancy trimmed yoke. PAJAMAS n.39 Novelty btripe patterns In one or two piece styles. r

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