The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 14,1937 Travel Cheap In Europe Says Lars Traveling In Europe is not expensive, Lars Sorensen told the Rotary culb, last Monday noon. Speaking of his last summer's trip to Europe, Lars said he was treated rather badly in Germany. Where they refused to honor trav- eler's checks at their face value, but that Americans were treated fine almost everywhere else. He visited relatives In Denmark, after a BO year absence. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OPO. C. Vance, Minister 10 a. m. Church School. 11 a. m. morning worship. Theme: "The Preserver of Human Values." You are always welcome at our church. Basketball Algona vs. Eagle Grove Friday Evening 7:30 o'clock Only one game between the first teams. Admission 20o and 25c. Don't forget the county tournaments January 28, 29, 30, and February 1. IHISWINIER ^*MB^^ • Our Wfllard Suiting Service will nuke your car start rjrigr'iOrl ODCnte Uttd-»-go matter bow. coid.il; gets. , TmSKK rtirtint mMm i. **&L ««d** ae&*l load " T SayUoaW.V;>l9nodr uUag any part* ootof At car. Tlti* !• the most complete and podtfve check-up ever made possible for your car's starting system. If you want quick, dependable starring—come in now—it's FREE —on any make of car. Win. C. Dan Garage General Repairing Fender and Body Work, Painting Phone 165 Algona, Iowa ONLY THE FINEST Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 21-22-23 8 p. m. mat Bat. mat 1-5-5 ffwti. CDUIITRV MID THE GEORGE BRENT BEVERLY ROBERTS BARTON MocLANE ROSCOE ATCS EL BRENDEL •«"*•'tt* , M'"'.- »-> v . Sun., Mon., Jan. 24-25 .Sun. mat 1-3-5. Mon. ! p. m. tiarbo love* Robt Taylor Algona Girl Wed. A pretty wedding took place at St. Cecelia's parish. Monday, Jan. 18. when Arlene Knnp became the bride of Earl F. Trnul of Ottumwa. Rev. T. J. Davern performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 35 guests. The bride was attired in a brown .nilored suit, and was attended by ler sister, Wilma Kapp. who wore ight green silk. The groom was -itterided by Michael Carroll of Ot- umwa. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Math Kapp of Algona. She graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy in 1935. and for the past rear has been employed at the El- >ert Garage. The groom is the son of Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Traul of 3ttumwa, and graduated from the Ottumwa high school. Out of town relatives attending he wedding were Mr. and Mrs. 3andt of Fairmont Minnesota; ^awrence Sandt. and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sandt of Bancroft; Mr. and j. Pat Johns, and Everett Corric of Ottumwa, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sandt of Fairmont, Minnesota. John Lee Holtzbauer played the Lohengrin wedding march as the >ro:essional and the Mendelssohn march as recessional. Evelyn Cap- uiius sang "I Love You Truly.* 1 A wo course dinner was served at he home of the bride's parents to 25 guest. Mr. and Mrs. Traul will be at lome at 156 South McLean street, at Ottumwa. Earl Traul and his brother are in partnership in a cafe at Ottumwa. Bride of Algonian [ Home -Builders Nearly SO gathered at the Methodist church for the monthly meet- ng of the Home Builders class. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin were chairmen of the program committee. A i:30 dinner was served and a musical program followed. Harry Oreenberg rendered • two violin solos and Metarl Pratt gara a trum- solo. BSdbard JCMB sane -OU ^^ Hottt Mrs. W. P. French entertained the installing officers of the Eastern Star at a 6:30. dinner in the Blue Room of Hotel' Algona, Tuesday evening. Guests were Mrs. R. H. Foutz of Sioux City, Mrs. Laura Lenz of Mason City, Mrs. Sonnie Hammill of Britt. Mrs. Pearl Fuegel of Charles City, and Mrs. F K. Saundeis. Open Meeting of O. K. S.— The Kastern Star held an open meeting at the Masonic Temple for the Installation of officers, Tuesday evening. The following offlcefs were installed: Mrs. Delia McCullough, worthy matron; A. W. Behrends, worthy patron; Mrs. Ethel Loss, associate matron; George St John, associate patron; Mrs. Alice Hutchins, secretary; Mrs. Claire Keith, treasurer; Mrs. Mae Harrington, conductress; Mrs. Edith Taylor, associate conductress; Lois Scuffham, chaplain; Mrs. Pauline Saunders, marshal; Mrs. Mary Hough, organist; Mrs. Marvel McDowell Adah; Mrs. Genevieve Genrich. Ruth: Mrs. Catherine Gilmore, Esther; Mrs. Opal Bourne, Martha; Mrs. Znda Naudain, Electa; Mrs. Pearl Potter, warder; Mrs. Chas. Taylor, sentinel. The Installing officers were past grand officers: Mrs. Sonnie Hammill. Britt. past grand matron; Mrs. Laura Lenz of Mason City, past grand Esther, and Mrs. Mary Foutz of Sioux City, past grand marshal. Distinguished guests were Mrs. Ruth Balfrontz of Mason City, grand representative of Maine and Mrs. Pearl Fluegel of Charles City, grand Electa. There were also visitors from Britt Mason City, and Burt. The attendance reached 200. After the installation, refreshments were served. Creaeo Chums— The Cresco Chums held a meet- ng at the home of Lois Barr. on Saturday, January 16. An election f officers was held with the fol- owlng elected: Patricia Matern, resident; Maxlne Robinson, vice resident; Bulie Orton. secretry; Lois Barr. treasurer, and Dorothy •Cing, historian. A set of by-laws made the previous meeting was re- iewed and by-law No. 10 was adpted: "Every member is to have personal account book." After he meeting refreshments were erved. Watanye dub- Anna Buss was hostess to the members of the Watanye dub at ,er home Monday evening. She -as assisted by Elva Ewoldt Six- een guests were present. Bridge was the diversion of the evening. Kohl received the first prize, Slla Thompson the low prize, and xiulse Magnusson received the travel prize. Guests of the club were -Louise Magnosson, Lulu Hti- enhold and Ella Thompson. Aces The member* of the Easy Ace bridge club met Tuesday sfter- oon, at the home of Mrs. Henry 'urst. Mrs. Chris Wallukait won the high prise. Mrs. Wra. Geering, second high, and Mrs. Frank Vera eceived the travel prize. Party for Mrs. Laird- Mr*. Qeorge KIbert entertained two tables of bridge To«aday eve- to IMMC,af Mrs. ChfaMr has JOM to c*nr*nfe Sto. HaqpMtft* ttw blfb aeor* prize. Evelyn Rakocy, picture above, is now Mrs. Fred Engel, and after the Engel honeymoon, will become a resident of Algona. when she and her husband return from a trip to Mexico, the Pacific Coast and other points in the west. Mrs. Engel is a former Davenport Iowa, teacher. Mr. Engel has been employed in the Dau garage here for several years. (Cut courtesy Des Moines Register). GRETA GARBO ROBERT TAYLOR Twins Party- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Elbert entertained at a party Saturday in honor of the tirbl birthday of their in fant twin sons, Ronald and Don alit'-i birthday. Guista of the party were Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Har grtiivti, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Har greaves. Mrs. Margaret Elbert o Wliiltemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim KIbert. .Sunday K»e Dinner Party— Mr. and Mr.-. Art Schunk enter taiiied at a 7.00 o'clock dinner par lj Sunday evening. UueaLs wer iiculah Hartshorn, iJon White Audra lienlon, Mr. and Mm. I>e! niar Mc-Fadden, and Mr. and Mrs Walter Jensen. Bridge wad play ed, with prizes going to Mr. Jen sen and Mrs. McFadden. Academy Party—The first of three card an dancing parties will be given a St. Cecelia Academy Monday eve ning. Thos« in charge are Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Kain, Mr. and Mrs. W. H- Redden. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. iJuffy, Mr. and Mrs. -N'. J. Kriepg, Mr. and Mrs. (,'url L*ahlhauser and Mr. and Mri=. J. H. Kramer. Woman'* dub to Mert— The American Horr.e and IU I Finance' 1 will bo the general topic j for di.K uiuioii at the meeting of j j the Woman's club, Friday after- ' , noon, at 2.'•',<> o i iotit la the ii&rary. j j 'i alvta will t»e [/rt-ieiiti-d by Antone | j K. Jonruon, on ••In4urai;<-« arid An- j u.ly", and oy Lion iiuUh;^on on i Child Study Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon entertained the 12 members of the Chile Study club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The women listened to the program at Ames, and followed with a general discussion. Sewing Club— Mrs» Vernon Spongbarg- entertained the 12 members of the Sewing Circle at her home Monday aft rnoon. The afternoon was spent at their sewing and socially. Light refreshments were served, In Ion M. Si ». flub— The Union Mothers and Daugh ters club will hold their meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Ward. Thursday, January 28. Mrs. 8. A. McNutt will be the assisting hostess. hrvington Twp.'s Soil Conservation Meeting Friday Irvington: Notices were received by all farmers locally for a meeting to be held at the center school on Friday, Jan. 22, at 7:30 p. m. for the purpose of explaln- ng the 1937 agricultural conservation program. At this time committees to carry on the work will also be elected. It is desired that a large attendance be present. A«<*-WM>r At Work Local assessors of the various townships have started upon their yearly tasks of assessing. All farm lands will be assessed this year in 40-acre tracts. Lawrence Hutchins is the local assessor for Irvington township. tee for entertaining are George Becker, Albert Metzger and Leo Ramus. These social affairs are very well attended and the treasury shows ft considerable surplus. Frances Larson Is a new pupil enrolled In school district No. 4. The Larson family moved recently from Minnesota to the George Johnson farm where they will now permanently reside. Mrs. Larson is a sister of Mr. Johnson and also Mrs. Rome Roblson. Sne is better known here as the former Grace Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye and family of Mason City were Sunday guests at the Ralph Lage home. Joe Lage, who has been attending the Mason City high school, remained at home and will not return to his school activities until next fall. On Feb. 1 the Dyes will move to Maryland, where Mf. Dye will be enrolled in an officers' training school for three months. Upon their return to Mason City, Mr. Dye will again be connected with the Decker Packing plant. Mr*. Jergenson Obitury Mrs. Alfred Jergenson passed away at her home. Friday morning, January 8, at 7 o'clock, after a short illness, at the age of 49 years. Winifred Heaven Jergenson was born in Gloucestershire, England. At the age of two years she came to this country with her parents, and settled in Rochester, N. Y., where she remained until 18 years ago, when she was united in marriage to Alfred Jergenson. One child, born to the union, died In infancy. Besides her husband she leaves to mourn her death, three sisters and one brother: Miss Edith Heaven of St Petersburg, Fla.. Miss Lillian Davie, Mrs. Kate Underwood and Mrs. Wm. Heaven, all of Rochester, N. T. Also five nieces and four nephews who reside in the east. Severe cases of the flu are still reported in this vicinity. The Cresco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday by Mrs. Joe Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber returned recently from Illinois, where they made an extended visit with relatives and friends. Due to the inclemency of the weather the meeting of the local Aid society has been postponed until next week Thursday. Paul Watson completed his high school course in the Algona high school last week. However, he win not be graduated until the close of the school year in June. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller enter- Lined a number of friends last Wednesday evening at an alum«•*• " " had erne at previous week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ffimmfft* 4 Armstrong were recent guests at the David King home. On Saturday the Kings will motor to Des Moines. where they are taking their daughter. Dorothy, for medica treatment. A large crowd attended the Frank Kajewski farm sale, which was conducted last week Thursday In spite of the zero weather, al things sold well. On March 1st the Kajewskis will move into Algona where they will make their future home. The loral dancing club will meet this Friday evening, Jan. 22. at the Frankl hall. Those on the commlt- Cburch Supprr— The Men'* club of the Presbyterian church i» serving a public supper at the church on Thursday evening, January 28th. Weatherman Predicts Another //, a LIONEL ^ BA88YMORE Fathe New* Hot on release Tuesday BIG EVENT Jan. 26 16c Bargain Matinee 2 p. m. Charlie Buggies and Alice Brady in "MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS" Fun all the way. t turtle joui. Uie Buy Seoul*. Sunday .Vhuol Farty — I Mr.j. .\'e.-»l .Sjtiith entertained the 1 <.i../;jt,(_r.j of her Hufj'Juy School I i i,;.».» .it r:i.r tiojiie. 'i uc^'iijy after- | i.ooii. Hiic -j., i.i a-i.-.UltU tiy Mf4. J. | ri, tii hoby. Mr*, Jjetlu TrouUuan, : ,ii:'j Mr*. Marjjuret iSi-shop. 'inert i w<u a btiauic.» riitetitig followed by M .*o<.ial afternoon and 'A Wed.-Thura.Pri. "The Charge of the Light Brigade" Sat. Sun. Mon. "One m a Million" Houox Mr*. . Mrs. Glen fioland and Mr*. Wallace Mi.Uuugai entertained three latili.3 of bridge Tue-Kiay afternoon at UK.- Hoiand home lu honor of Mr.«. Clan-net Stewart. Mm. Ptte VValdron reutived tile Urst prize, arid Mr4. Clarence tilewart wa& presented with a gueal prize. Soc-ietie* .Meet — The Woimw'a Home Muutlonary society of the Mtluodint church will meet with Mrs. J. H. Edge, on Thursday, January 2d, at 2:30 p. ill The regular meeting of the rtek- ekah lodge will be held at tbc h^ll Tuesday jveniag, January 26, Uiuoer-BriOge Purtie* — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg will be hoat and ho^U;&a at two dinner bridge parties held in the dining room of Hotel Aigona, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Sixteen couplctt will be i>i'eaeiit at each party. and dinner will be served at 7:00. Better Order Your Bins Filled Now With Our PEERLESS Chemacol Processed COAL It's cleaner to use, ignites readily, burns long and steady and leaves only a small amount of ashes. If you have never been one of our satisfied Peerless Ohemaeol Processed Coal uisers, you should try a load right now. A=k any eustomer. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool to ONE Gasoline ALGONA Weather SKEUY AROMAX GASOLINE Do your children complain about their school work? Are they a little backward? If »o, they are probably suffering fr*m eyestrain. Eyes are your most precious posaes- •iin—safeguard yours. W.Amanson (Call Theatre SUfe.) 3-6 Reid The Want Ads—It Pays. rOR EACH COMMUNITY FASTER START DO YOU believe all lines are alike? That • come "ready-made" direct from the refinery? Most gasoline* do, But— Skelly Aromax eom- bine* 2 types of gasoline t 1. Virgin Caroline, 2. Refinery Gasoline. Skelly addsvolatile, stable, fast- starting Virgin gasoline to refinery gasoline to fit your weather. Yon get faster start, faster pick-np, and top mileage. Test Tailor* Making. Drive in where yon see the Skelly Tailor. «UO DINTY MOORE Food Demonstration Saturday, January 23 A new line of Hormel products—Corned Beef and Cabbage, Beef Stew, Spaghetti and Meat Balls and Corn Beef Hash. Come in and attend this demonstration. No. 2 can 2 No. MOT The soap of beanUfnl WEEK END SPECIALS Tomatoes . . Mayflower ' . , D Jack Sprat with Pork and Bean* Tomato sauce Camay Soap . Wheaties . . Magic Washer Tapioca . . Rolled Oats . Rice .... Pepper . . . 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IB this BBMaal offering are dre»»ei for all oeeaitoes and I>nrpo*es.8Uk »ad Telnet dve»»* e« for afternoon, dinner, and evening wear, and wool dretse* for practical wear, YOB will do well to bar more than one of tbe»e dreises, at they are tew •tytot, new materlaLi, new colors. Chrislensen Algona'» Style Center

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