The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 25,1937 Bf f'liiCe- Desfefts Rernice Dearchs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs of Algona. and Henry L. Pedersen of Hom- botdt were united in marriage Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at the feflrte of the bride's parents. Dr. J. H. Edge, pastor of the Methodist church, read the single ring ceremony. Preceding the ceremony Valeria PJcJtett sang 1 Love You Truly", accompanied by Mrs, Paul Befl at the piano. Mrs. -Bell played the Lohengrin wedding march. The bride wore a tan traveling suit wttn brown accessories and a corsage of yellow Jonquils dotted .with sweet peas, and was unattended. Immediately following -*a« ceremony a wedding breakfast was •erred to members of the immediate families and following a Ifibrt wedding trip they will beu*t_Jiome in HomboMt where Mr. Pederseu is employed in the HumboMt tmram- ery. Mrs. Pedersen graduated from the Algona high gehaot in 1933, and has since been employed in Dr. F. R Sawyer's office.. Out of town guests were Mft 'and Mrs. Chris Pederson and two children of HumboMt. Julia Dearchs of Waterloo, and Esther Dearchs of LaVerne. Eotertatoed— Mrs. L, W. Fox was hostess on Monday afternoon at a party given In honor of her house guest. Mrs. Eleanor Doe, of Pipestone, Minnesota. A few of the honoree's friends were Invited in for a social after- Boon. Mrs. Doe was a resident of Algona about ten years ago. Bakery Specials (or Easter HOME MADE BREAD OLOVEKLEAF AKD PARKEBHOCSE BOLUS FBC1T AMD SOFT PIES CAKES ABD COOKIES POTATO Wison Bakery P. T. A. Meeting— The Parent Teachers Association meeting was well attended at the Bryant school, Tuesday afternoon. Antoinette Bonnstetter spoke to the group on nutrition and the social security act in regard to health. Pupils of the fifth grade presented an operetta "Hansel and GreteT, under the direction of Prances dayberg. Margaret Hullerman and Margaret McNown Pupils taking part were Arnold Boettcher, Robert Carney. Irwin Forbes. Donna Jean Phillips, and Mildred Gftlbraith. Ten second grade pupils also took part. Two more meetings will be held this school year. Birthday Party- Mrs. Mabel Sorensen entertained fourteen girls Tuesday after school at a birthday party for Frances Sorenseh. who was twelve that day. Guests were Letha Fickbohn. Geraidine Palmer. Geraldine Koecker, Betty LaBarre. Jean Guderian, Patricia Hull. Meredith Raney. Mary Johnson. Barbara Gander. Miriam Norton. Joyce Marie Pestotnik. Mary Frances Merriman. Mary {Catherine Carney and the honoree. Irvington Bridge Repair Is Begun Inrington: For some tim« the Irvington river bridge has been badly in need of repairs as the rails on the side were loose and hanging. However, last week the road connecting Irvington to the Airline was closed and the much- nedeed repairs were made. Rewrites Of Newt From L«t Kottirth Cootrty AdVane« Society Entertained The Plum Creek Literary society was entertained last Wednseday at Lela Gardners. A contest was won by L«Uia Fick- bohn and Meredith Raney. Royal Neighbors— The Royal Neighbor club met on Tuesday afternoon for its regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Sam Smith. Mrs. Ed Hopkins. Mrs. John Laing. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Post received the high prize, and Mrs. Bert Baldwin the cut prize. Degree of Honor Lodge— Plans were discussed. Monday evening, among members of the Degree of Honor lodge here at a regular meeting for the district convention at Mason City. April 19. Seven officers from this unit are expected to attend the all day session. Following the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Frank Verm hostess. New Pupils Enroll Philip and Keith Halsrud are the two new pupils enrolled" in school district No. 4. The Irvington school lost one March 1st. which was Howard Hedrick who is now attending the Parsons school on the Airline. mod Hits High line Due to the severe snow storm and wind last Tusrday night and Wednesday considerable damage was done to the high line which caused the current to be off for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests at the Ralph Lags home. Many farmers in this community have taken advantage of the UMld Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping weather recently and have been sawing and cutting wood for summer and fall consumption. Howard Raney. Robert Black and Roland Jenkins spent last week with their parents, enjoying their spring vacation from their school activities at Ames. Roland will now remain at home as be was only enrolled for the winter term. Mrs. George Johnson was taken to her home last Saturday from the Kossuth hospital where she had been a patient for several days. The latest reports were that she is slowly recuperating and her many friends hope to see her about soon. Harry Felter moved March 1st on to the old Curtis farm near the State Park. Mrs. Felter will continue teaching until the close of the school years after which they will be at home to their many, friends. Mrs. Felter is better known here as the former Arlene Brethorst and at present is teaching in the north of Sexton neighborhood. Hand society will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon. April 1. Hostesses* will be Mrs. George Conklin. Mrs. George Hackman, Mrs. Alf Kresensky. Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mrs. David King, and Mrs. Frank GeigeL Mrs. W. C. Irelan entertained the twelve members of her bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. T. H. Kirsch received the high More prize. Guests of the ctab were Mrs. Walter Roberts and Mrs. Paul Danson. Horse & Mule Auct.4 Fair Grounds, Algona, 1 p. m. We are having a good horse auction eaeb Saturday. Last week we had a nice ran of good hones, top team seffiog for Ol&M. We draw the good ones at our tale. We sen aO Uads but arc not too anxious for the clu*p ptagv U TOO wish to sell your hone* and are willing to Uke the preaeat market we can do the Job for you. Win have shippers a* w*U s* fanners and dealers to bid the price. We look for aMtfaer good sale Saturday. Hitch and try hones before »et- Our Tuesday Sale is Just plenty good on Cattle, Hogs anaSheeii. We have regular consignors here with stock every week, aba lota of new one*, buyers from near and far TOD * yr. old steer* TuMday. $106.00; high grade Hereford bun. lyr. oU, SIMJM. We had approximately 300 head of cattle ertar U»* n °' ** U ^* ** "** pr ? Tto *" week - •""* °- *• «wsld- way by the head. Be one of the many satisfied customer*. Brtag stock early—sold according to the time they arrive. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Colw»U Broa, Auctioneer* Seneca Coach, Boys Back From Tourney Seneca: Coach F. G. Hanna. together with six of his boys' basketball players and O. R. Patterson returned home Saturday evening and Sunday from Des Moines where they an witnessed the state boys' basketball tournament. The boy, together with their coach and Mr. j Pttterson, went to Des Moiim on Thursday morning. Those boys who enjoyed the trip were Perry and Teddy Jensen. Duane Campbe!!. Glenn Paulsen, Johc Crowleyj and Wesley Patterson, all of the boys being seniors in the Seiieca .school Mr. and Mrs. Tom St John spent the past week end at the Bert Ota- bam hone in Ektara. Mr. sad Mrs. JL.W. Campbell and at the Mr*.'Sheldon HerrUI spent sever- FIRST IMT-DOWN"' striker on a farm was removed from his farm, last Saturday, by Sheriff Casey Loss, accompanied by Constable Arthur Lester of Lakota. and John Foth of Algona. The ejected farmer was Fred E. Dutton. who was the farmer-labor candidate for state representative in the last election. Efforts to move Mr. Dutton a week ago failed, and Wednesday a hearing was held in justice court In Lakota. before Justice Beemer. Mr. Dutton represented himself at that time, and declared he believed farmers should be allowed to occupy their land without rent during a period of "readjustment" He lived on a farm owned by an insurance company. Dutton had previously refused to move. Officers who went to the farm Saturday, found Dutton was away. The property removed was taken over by a Lakotan who holds a chattel mortgage on it * * * SIRS. WILL KOLLASCH, Algona. won the $10 cash prize for presenting the first corrcet answer in the Easter window chopping Contest conducted here last week by The Evans Reelected As Lu Verne Supt LuVerne: At a recent meeting of the school board. Supt. Alex C. Evans was reelected to serve at the head of the school system for another year. He is in his fourth year in this position. All of the present corps of teachers except two were reelected with a small raise in salary. &S&&KG8&&a>0^^ 1 BANCROFT NEWS Algona Chamber Howard Black of Commerce second and won IS and Mrs. Chester Cook was third and won $2.50. » * • M. T. SItTfSOX of West Bend came to Algona. bought a suit, and got ready to go home. He had his purchase in one package and got into a car. but dropped the bundle. Floyd Pasley of Sexton saw it fall, but could not overtake the Munson car. But Pasley watched the want ads. and when he saw Munson's ad promptly returned the bundle. ELMER AXDERSOX. 45. killed when steel gasoline barrel exploded last week near Brooklyn. Iowa, was a son of E. S. Anderson of Swea City. A widow and six sons survive. THREE PARKED cars were damaged in accidents. Monday. Carl Pearson's car. in front of his home, was struck by a machine driven by Carl Walker, when the latter became blinded in the snow and did not see the parked car. Two other cars in front of the Tilla McCall residence were struck by a hit-and- run driver. A bystander took down the driver's number and police said the car was registered in the name of Ray Goodman. • • » DEATH STRt'CK both West Bend and Ottosen. John Kohler of West Bend died at the age of 81. and funeral services were held last Saturday afternoon. Ray Elwin. 37. son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stone of Ottosen. died at Alta. Services were held at West Bend. ADELINE HARRINOA. 32-month old daughter of Mr. and Mn. Reta- der Harringa, died last week after it was believed she was recovering from a two weeks' illness. Funeral services were held Thursday at the ~ ikote Mctbodtet drareh. * • • CAB slid into a ditch near Humboldt, several Bart women and Algona lady were fortunately uninjured. Mrs. Opal Bourne of sJ days th* latter part of the past •areeJc at the home of her sifter, 'Irs. Henry Groen in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Baden and the iauer's mother, Mrs. Bassett all of, u J ake City spent Friday with their Mary Lee and Mrs oroiher and son. F. W. Bassett and' were m tne car iamily. Algona was driving and Mrs. Peters and her A. Boetcther Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jaskulke snd j family moved to Burt Saturday.' They vacated the J. B. Schiltt bouse which Henry Thies recently pur- j chased, Mr. Jaskulke is a mech- j anic in the Menke garage. j Book Ctub-Z j Mrs. A. A Bishop was hostess to NICK X. THILCES home at St. of ty for the William Haglind family last week, who are leaving the neighborhood. The Haglmds were presented with a woolen blanket. • . » THE OTTO LJESE.VEBS of Lous Creek were honored at a fare- P 3in >' last week by friendi and „. _- „ _ ,^. a ™ I the""members of her" Book"club at a ! " ei « hbors before moving to Austin, i 6:30 dinner Monday evening. Supt. j i O B. Laing gave a report on the j ! book. 'Return to Religion" by Dr.i JLynk. j | ReU Sigma Phi— j ( Ruth Roland was hastens to the ! members of the Beta Sigma Phi j Jtoronty. Tuesday night- This was I their regular meeting We're Telling You! Take Advantage of Our Bargain Basement Value on Used Stoves and Washing Machines There Are Bargains in All Prices Eanges. Check them items below. One Eternal Range _.. $25.00 One Copper Clad Range $25.00 One Monarch Range $25.00 One Monarch Range ^$20.00 One Monarch Range $10.00 One South Bend Range $10.00 One Home Comfort Range $10.00 One Maytag Electric Washer $20.00 One Automatic Electric Washer $15.00 Two Voas Electric Washers _. $10.00 One Morton Gas Motor Washer $25.00 One Voss Gas Motor Washer $18.00 Also Used Electric Radios at Bargain Price* Kohlh Spilles Minn. THREE ALGONA music students were r*ted "superior" in a sectional contest at Plover and can now enter the district meet. The "superior" rating wa* given to Phyllis Sawyer on the clarinet. Betty Merritt on the bassoon and Jane Cret*- meyer on the piano. Merle Pratt won an "excellent" rating • • • THE WIFE OF an Algona professional man went to Des Monies —to shop. Asked for a recomrnend- j ation she gave the Des Moines firm . the name of a local business man— I in the same line of business as the i Dei Moines firm i • • * ;' E- R. H'OLTZ wa* reelected president of the Burt ithoo! board, list week Present teachers were all rehircd at small salary increases, arid the resignation of Eva Whitney a tea-.her LT, the primary room for 40 ycau. was accepted. Kenneth Jordan of Fort Dodge was a dinner guest Sunday at the E. R Kohnke home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Friebe and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habeger drove to Fairmo nuSt Arnold Kuckow of Ames visited at the home of his brother, Edwin Kuckow. Friday and Saturday. Reinard Rothoff took Mattie Winkel to St Paul recently where Miss Winkel will enter a hospital for treatment. G. S. Underkofier and daughter, Joyce Marie of Marquette are visiting at the Frank' Recker and C. J. Deitering homes, drove to Fairmont Sunday and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Na- geL Mr. Nagel has been in 111 health for some time. Anna Stelflug of Los Angeles, California, is spending a month here visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Von Bank. Whitteraore News Lucian Meurer visited at the home of Lawrence Youngwirth of Wesley the first part of last week and Mr. Youngwirth accompanied Lucian home Saturday and in the evening he went to Chicago where he will be employed In a factory. Clem Cavanaugh and Frank Bestenlehner went to Des Moines on business Monday. Bake Sale Saturday The Methodist Sunday School class will hold a bake sale in the city hall Saturday and the Ladies' Aid and Birthday club will also hold a flower sale in the city hall which will consist of sprays and pot plants for Easter. Wed in Sioux City It was announced here this week that Will Kenna and Leona Haag were married last September in Sioux City with the Rev. Father Slattery a former Whittemore priest officiating. There will be a wedding dance held in the Legion hall Monday night. W. /.. BECKtB hi, liiued a call to aii c<*r.i*rvat;GnLots and fnendi of the movement to j.-jin the league. The itig^e will hold H. meeting (A1- gor.a ucit> at 7 45 p rr. next MOQ- •iay Mirth 2&th_ Fenton Women At Ringsted Lunch Fer.'.or. : Mfi F H- Bonn, Mr*. Chi*. Newel. Mrs O B Johnjum. Mrs E- J Frank, Mr*. F. J Wei*- Lrod. Mra. Raymond Stotrber, Mr». LeaUr \V"etii,ri>d Mr». Onver Stoeb- ef, Mr*. Henry Reinier.*. Mrs. Wilfred SlGcber. Mrs. Frank Eigler, i Mr*. F. P Newel, Mra. R. C (JoeUch. Mrs C. L. Cteborn. Mrs. Jake Z^itf..) and Mrs. Earl Lar&on all of thu plite attended a bridge party at the Mrs. Fr%nk WeUbrods in Ringated on Saturday afternoon. S". J. Weishrod won high Mrs. Josie Goff spent Wednesday with friends in Rutliven. Earl Connors of West Bend was in Whtttemore on business last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley and family were Sunday visitors at Ringsted. M. L. Nalon and D. L. Dougherty of Cedar Rapids visited at the Will tttKta* born* Friday. Mr*, and Mrs. Hans Johaansen of Waverly spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Pertl. Irene McDonnell returned from Algona Friday where she worked a few days in the State Beauty shop. Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod accompanied by Mrs. Ray Carlisle visited with friends in Emmetsburg Wednesday. Jim Geelan and Werner Braatz were at Mason City last week Tuesday at a meat cutting demonstration. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luchsinger drove to Alden, Minn.. Friday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luchsinger. Mra. Velma McBride and Ken- nethCook of Burt were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett. Tom WaUh of Elk Point was in town several days last week. Mr. Walsh is a cattle buyer for the Sioux City markets. Harold Knecht returned from Watervtlle Saturday. He had also been in Waterloo since Wednesday attending to butlne**. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roupe of West Bend spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mr*. Ollie Roupe. Mr. and Mrs S. A Savage were la*t Thursday dinner guesu at the home of Mr. and Mra Clyde Air- hardt in Fenton township. Mr and Mrs J. M. Fleming and Prof, and Mrs. F. J. Rochford visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming at Mason City Sunday Mrs Nona Butler arrived* in Whittemore Wednesday after DON'T DELAY WITH Fire At LuVerne Farm, Saturday LuVerne: Fire ot undetermined origin broke out in an up»taira room to the farm home of Alton ThpmpAon, Saturday evening- It waji discovered a* the mea wer* coming to the house from milking. TVie fire department was called but UM neighbors had Ut« fire under control be/ore the firemen goi there. Th* bedroom furniture was burned and the woodwork baxtly liamBgad. Mrs. Thompson suffered a (all aad e. badly bruiaed ana ftrestott* BRAKE LINING IU lUt IUI Mil IN UfU! II ItU SHlli lilt tUt ill SMI run iitr As LOW M 1(11 MM nu. M $625 Vi*»*€ Ftf««tow "1C S Senice Phooe 8M East of Court HOUM spending the winter with her son, GnT and family In Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. LeRojr Farrel! and baby were In lotra City tost Wednesday consulting with doctors in regards to their baby's health. Mrs. Michael Besch. Jr_ and Mrs. Harold McDonnell are spending the week in Mason City with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley. Sister Mary Perpetna, mother superior of the Presentation Order of Sisters in Dubucpte visited at the Presentation Academy here Friday. Mrs. Don Sylvester and son. Don. Jr.. returned to her home Sunday in Sioux City after spending a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hlggins. Erwin Bargman accompanied some friends from Rodman to Des Moines Friday to attend the state basketball tournament He returned Sunday. J. M. Kelly of Ayrshire was a business caller in Whittemore on Friday. Mr. Kelly is a member of the board of assessment and review at Des Moines. Miss Kathleen Kirschbaum who is employed in the Marigold Beauty shop in Algona, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery and daughters of Fonda and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dailey were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder went to Rochester, Minn, last week Wednesday where Mrs. Felder consulted a specialist and had an operation today. Mr. Felder returned again to Rochester Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fickbohm and son, Maurice drove to Des Moines Saturday to visit Mrs. Fickbohm's brother, who had an operation, and while there Maurice attended the state basketball tournament Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and her daughter. Catherine and son, Loyola and Edmund and Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and family of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koilasch and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Hubert O'Brien in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Keene returned horn* from Stewart Iowa, last Sunday where they spent the winter with the parents of Mrs. Keene. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Origer. Mr. Origer and son, Herbert accompanied them here and returned to Stewart Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behnke of Excelsior Springs, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behnke of Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer spent Sunday at home of Mr and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Behnke accompanied their son Fred to Missouri for a month. Sorensen SPECIALS Pink Salmon . . 1 H»- «"«» 2 Opal Catsup .... large bottle 15c Lima Beam, Peas & Carrot* no. 2 size lOc 6 for 55c Apricots ...... No. 2£sizel9c College Inn Soup, assorted . .3for37c Trilby Soap, 5 bands for Prem. 2 for 15c Macaroni or Spaghetti . . 2 lb«. 19c - FRESH ASSORTMENT OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH WHITE EGOS Easter Hams & Chickens Baby Beef Roast .... per Ib. 18c Baby Beef Boil ..... 2 Ibs. 25c Young Pork Roast .... ,perlb.20c Fresh Side Pork ..... per Ib. 23c WE BUY BUTCHERING STOCK BRING US TOUR EGOS Sorensen Grocery Co. ! We Deliver SJYWUVWVW Phones 138-130 Thursday - Friday Matinee Daily 2 p. m. Erorl Flynn ' "The Green Light" New London. Texas, School disaster—our DeLux* News Service. Sat. - Sun. - MOD. .SING it SISTER.... [SWING it BROTHER! ...in t/>* thttt ftYoritu Icntn of the screen A«»» MJduy Hwue Tuesday, March 30 Bargain Matinee 2 p. m. 18c BIO EVENT! Dont Tell The Wife GUY KIBBEEilMA SMART • KNIT - OUTFITS AS SEEN IN VOGUE "MARINETTE" and "LAMPL" There is nothing in the world so natural for a new spring season as a knitted outfit. They give a comfort, a style, a satisfaction, for all around use that no other garment can possibly give. ' We invite you to see our new 1937 spring styles in beautiful new colors., in both "MARINETTE" and "LAMPL" You'll like them. CHRISTENSEN BROS. COMPANY Algona's Style Center Suftererv of STOMACH ULCERS HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF Oil MONEY »ACK WH44BD1 4. H. BOBCUAKDT The Very Newest in Footwear to Harmonise With Your Easter Clothes See our beautiful array of styles for the Easter parade. Gabardine and kid in a wide range of styles in blue, gray and black. Smart Styles iai Both Dress and Sport Patterns Christensen Bros, SHOE DEPT. ErcraaTmragrcra^^

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