The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Monies, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 11,1957 URIONM'GIM WEDONMONDAY Bancroft Girl Bride of Lawrence Bergman at St. John's Bancroft: On Monday morning, Marion McGaire became the bride e< Lawrence Bergman In St John'i diorcfa. The attendants were Ken- aeth McGulre, brother of the bride and PhUHpa McGuire, sister of the bride. The bride was attired in a royal Wue crepe dress with silver accessories and carried a bouquet ol Talisman reaea. The bridesmaid wore an aqaa blue crepe dress with white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to 25 relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. 7. McOulre. After a week's weddint trip Mr. and Mrs. Bergman wit return to Bancroft, where they will reside. GOOD HOPE NEWS C. L. and A. J. Dittmer baled and sold two stacks of alfalfa hay last week. The purchaser was Elmo Barber of Whittemore. Mrs. Derwood McArthur and new son. Reuben, were able to leave the hospital Monday morning ana are temporarily staying with the P. A. McArthurs in Algona. Mrs. Ed Haekbarth was at Westgate from Monday to Thursday last week assisting her brother. Arnold Hintz to get settled in the home on the 80 acre farm recently purchased in that locality. Wv I and William Dodds and Claude and Howard Seeley left early Wednesday morning for Ames to attend the Farm and Home short course being held this week at Iowa State College. Owing to unfavorable weather and road conditions the Hospitality meeting set for Tuesday night at Good .Hope community room was indefinitely postponed. A date for the meeting will be announced when conditions are more favorable. for a visit with Mrs. Kate Hawks and relatives. Hugo Worthington, Ringsted. came Sunday for a few days' visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. LUlie Worthington. W. C. Heiter received word last week of the death of his cousin. Henry Schrlber, Britt Funeral services were held Sunday. C a F. Card Party A large crowd attended the C O. F. card party and dance. Monday evening. In bridge Mrs. J. H. Sheridan won high score for the Mies, E. J. Bettering won high for tfee men; in five hundred Al Rahe won high score for the men and Mrs. Al Rahe was high for the ladles. This was the last of a series of card parties and dances. Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welp are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Monday. This is the eighth child and third girl in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kardoes are the parents of a son born Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Carmean, Mrs. R. E. Weber and Mrs. C. N. Klerscht spent Monday in Des Koines. LONE BOCK HEWS Alex Krueger, Arthur Priebe. Frank Flaig and Ralph Bierstedt attended a conservation league meeting at Algona Friday evening. Mrs. George Banna, daughter Myrtle, William Kressin, and Mr. and Mrs. William Giftord spent Sunday evening at the A, H. Banna home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris enter- tained at a caret party Sunday evening. Attending ww» tito Rictard Long family and Ruth, Mildred aad Reinhold Person. Gordon Blanchard, student at the Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, and Ardis Smith, Cedar Falls, spent the week end with th» former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1C. Blanchard and family. Your Home S MAY LOOK LIKE THE ROOMS SHOWS BELOW AT VEB* LOW COOT | Dining Room living Room | Bed Room Suites S ALL IN THE NEW MODEBN STYLES— WILL WORK A REAL TRAJISf OKBA- == TION FOR YOU Fenton 4-H Club Met On Saturday Fenton: The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Saturday, Feb. 6th. at ths home of Ruth and Tusnelda Kabelitz. Roll call was held and the leader was Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and assistant leader, Ella Dreyer. Talk. "Colds and How to Prevent Them" was given by Mar- Jorie Johnson; talk. "How to Act on the Street". Ruth Kabelitz; poetry. Donna Jean Bailey and Mary Ann Bohn. Verona and Evelyn Matt were the visitors. A dainty two course lunch was served by the hostesses. Hatchery Work Begins The W. J. Cotton Chick Hatchery started Incubators last week Monday and has an increased egg capacity to 86,000 this year. Birthday Surprise A surprise Birthday, party was held Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. W. G. Flaig at her home. Attending were Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. H. J. Rice. Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Arthur Prlebe, Mrs. Alex Krueger. Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mrs. Ray Snyder, and Mrs. Eugene Pearson. It's hard to believe and hard to beat the unheard of allowances Gambles are giving for old Radios. traded in on the new Coronado Tone Column Radio. Get an estimate on your radio today. 42" Console, All-Wave, $59.95.—Gamble Stores. 6 Baby Boy Arrives Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flaig are the parents of a 7tt pound boy born last Thursday morning. He has been named Robert Lee. Red CretM Relief The Red Cross flood relief fund up-to-date, totals $195.47. Last donations were Lillian Angus and William Boettcher, both <1. Lucille Nelson is assisting at the Fred Wegeners. The A. H. Hannas spent Sunday at the Clarence Theesflelds, Fenton. Dale Earing, Bancroft, spent from Thursday to Sunday at the Mrs. Evelyn Earing home. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dransfeldt spent last Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Elbert, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener and the Carl Wieners spent Sunday evening at the Mrs. Jennie Whitford home. Mrs. Will Leeper was ill last week with gall stones. Ruby Kueck and Dorothy Hobson are both out of school, ill. Hugh Walsh went to Chicago on Saturday evening with stock. He will also visit relatives before re turning home. DINING ROOM SUITES Priced to Fit Your Need $r>!UO, $«9.->0, $79.50, $89.50, *98.50 up to $159.50. Now on our floors—see them today. The Algona Auction Co. We are equipped to handle ten carloads of livestock In our aatoa. We will handle anything you have to sell at our pavilion in Algona. Saturday, Feb. 13 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK We will have a large consignment of all kind* of stock for our •ale, including milk cows and mix lota of other stock. Bring In your springer cows, also horses indndinir one team of gray man*, 9 and 10 years old; one black gelding smooth mouth: one bay team coming three and one four year old; nine head of black faced bred ewes; 85 head of western bred black face ewea. Abo a few head of good brood sows, and feeder pi**. We deal in new and used machinery. Allis-Chalniers Tractors and a good line of horse drawn equipment Remember we will trade for anythlag you have. See us before you deal. Also the Pmul Nickle & Son Harness at my sale pavilion. I have the good line of Paul Nickle Ss Son harness In stock at have a buyer for anything you have to •ell and we are here to please you. This sale most start early. Will start on stock at 1:30 Also the usual line of furniture. Sale every Saturday. TRBMS— Own. No property removed until settled f«r. Open Erery Day. Sate barn phone TI WE HAVE A LUNCH ROOM C. O. RIDDLEoperator and Auctioneer i •i •i We hate been appointed exHusive dealers in many of the largest Hues for Hie year of VMl. When you see our new stock you will realize that we are showing furniture that is new and different. We have only one BED ROOM Sl'ITK In our entire stock that was on onr floors 'at Christmas time. This means all elean new ironds to choose from. OI'K STOKE IS FILLED WITH HI NDRKDS OF REAL BARUA1NS — COME IN TODAY. BIY. SAVE AT I RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE GO. S WHERE FIRNITIRE SELLS FOB LESS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM^

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