The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1930 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 21, 1930
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and Campbell Humphrey, jr., of ct&- caco will be married SatunJav afternoon at 5:30 st Hyde Park In ChiCT^o, Rer P. 3. StacklK, fiiclating. Her parents wffl leave Scereily Wed— Mrs. Francis w. Ross, who was be/P™, n « marriage, Miss Margaret Winslow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee The n«t aw*ttn* with Mis. m Ctafa ZaMten ponded to with ten. A be 28 the wedding there will be a reception at the Stevens hotel at setea o'clock. The bride will wear a gown of aoua- marine lace with accessories to match. There will be no attendants. The co-jple will be at home at 1356 PhlEIo Avenue. Chicago. In Aueust they plan wfll wffl visit at the home of Mr. phrey's parents in Toronto. Grace was graduated from the Algona high school in 1923. and later from the Chicago Normal School of Physical Training. Since her graduation she has been doine Blareround Ryder and Earl playgrounds. Mi Kvtvpaat Cathedrals-Mrs. W. H. Sterenson of Ames gave talk Monday evening st the Library to tht members of the Delphian societr %S ^SLZS 0 ** °° ««^BtaSs ana cathedrals of Etirope,r and illustrated her talk with stereopUcon slides Mrs. Stevenson -with her husband who is a professor at Iowa State College spent about a year and a half in Europe and whfle there made a studv of the churches and cathedrals. Miss Florence Reynolds of Titonka. who Is a tery promising voice student of Mrs. A-& Michel, sang three numbers. There » —•» •-—«p wu««.«, U**>UVC:*a. Jl LCdC i were about one hundred present at the, 3 ri*£**x9-$f*.*m. •*- - - • J_ »•__ •.-..,..»- . . - ~;T=- A Bridge Pftrly— Mrs Club had its guest day meeting at thi home of Mrs. Emma McWhorter as- sited by Nellie and Christopher' Whorter on Wednesday, May 14. m ^ u call:-i- was responded to with Tributes to our Mothers. There were piano selections by Mrs Millie Slagle- a reading,''The Forgotten Witness," by TJla May Leffert: a colonial play played by Mrs. Paxson, Leola Zeigler, Ella Lewis and Drusilla Caughlin. Nellie and ^Christopher McWhorter sang two vocaj duets, "An Old Fashioned Mother,";,and "Silver Threads Among the Gold." T "—*-» •--— -V s _-«" c f "^ —«. auv^JAVdo Oi fcUt? L^ZlpQJlSQ and Literary I entertained Mrs. Stevenson at a o ••».«, -. «._ *h»riy dinner at the Country Club. ot ( — will be at home after „„,„ * in onawa, Mrs. Ross has been teach- at Kocayiapids this year. Sophie Johjumsen Weds— 1 Miss Sophie Johannsen, daughter of S^**^?** J «*""«en, Sn, and of Whittemore were E, 0.-G»est Day— I 1 **" 3 "* *ertl - f - * O. society had its annual I nmowmjt u s &£r&ps°si^\SZ& ^pS^I^r^^Mnf^^^ E. Wilson, Miss Lucia Wallace, Mrs. John Lee, Miss Frances Messer, Mary Lee Nugent and Jane Cretaneycr took part In the play. * - cheon was served. where they _»„ .u 1T *ufr*c*uui c wUc-Te AST. r&TU to manager of the Fullerton Lumber at her home test Saturday even. - 1 L nono L of Bstber Ooodwm and her fiance Harold Wflktas of Ames, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. o. W. Stfflman, Dr. and Mrs. w. t>. Andrews, Frances Duhigg and R C. McMahon. Teachers to Entertain— -^« te«*«s ot the:Algona Wgn| school WHI entertain Ruth Babcot* Shd Esther Goodwin *t a six-thirty dinner at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson Thursday evening. Miss Goodwin and Mtos Babcock are td be married next month. Baptist Loyal Class— The Baptist Loyal class wUl meet on j Thursday afternoon. May 22. with Mrs. W. H. Horan. Mrs F. H. Webster and «rs. Anna Bowman win be assisting WVAMIVM^^ % 7 air Ass'n. Plans July 4th Celebration, The Kossuth county fair association, re making their plans for the seventh i annual celebration to be held July 4th The association hopes .ind expects tr ake this the largest celebration held A two-course lun- There were about Yard. The new Mrs. Pert! is well known W Algona having clerked for a number or years at the Lusby drug store. She P to this Omp. They consider that «y have been fortunate in securing expected V me of the mcst outstanding features will be at I 13 the market foday for their entertain- n:« nl program and can as-sure the patrons and friends that tfin'r efforts IP i chillcs tllnes Herbst store. Mr. Perti is WHAT WOULD HAPPEN If a Bride Should Order Her Bridal Slippers With Satin Soles? They wouldn't last long enough for her to walk down the aisle... and yet there are as distinct wear points in silverware as on bridal slippers. That s why in Holmes ft Edwards silverplate little b odes of sterling silver have been imperceptibly inlaid at the wear points of the most s-This assures you that the piece will never wear & Edwards Inlaid costs you no more. ~ -— :—— r™» MV«M«M , 4SU. .T~crU 15 a brother of Mrs. -Qua SJogren of Al- S 00 *- s »i _*c_ . • - ^^* '^^ Attend Emmetsburg C. D. of A.— A number of Algona women attend- fdjke initiation and banquet of the Catholic Daughters of America at Em- toetsburg Sunday. Mrs.' Chas. Barry of Algona, district deputy of the organization, helped to put on the-Initiation and appeared on the program. The put on Oie Wesley team. -Wither T: J. "Da'venT w£l£ the speaker. Others who attended from Algpna^were Mrs. R. E. Kain, Miss Katherlne Coonej, Mrs. W. T^Daughan, Mrs. Martin Frankl, Mrs. Chas. GJlbride and Mrs John Kohlhaas. W. C. T. 0." Meeting— At a regular - meeting ot the W..G. T. U. held at the home of Mrs Chas. % J** 0 !^^'.. 3 ^ 13 ". Prizes for the past will be surpass^ this year. The association and its friends are particularly anxious that the celebra- j tton this year be an outstanding su cess, due to the fact that it is the plan that the proceeds go for the ne grandstand, plans for which are no being drawn up and preliminary pre parations made, outstanding of whl has been the grading down of the hill in the center field and filling to of th ball diamond and the. plan for th new diamond on the west side Tl additional ground which has been pur chased for the association will be fenc ed in, giving larger parking space an further faculties for the comfort an pleasure of those to attendance. E. W. Williams, secretary of the low •Association of Fairs, on occasion of visit to the grounds within the pas two weeks, complimented the associa tion very highly on 'the fact that th grounds and buildings were in such good physical condition, stating tha they were outstanding in this respec to all of the fairs of the state He was especially enthusiastic over the hing more than plate " n ai «X : '« yij&&4R "•? "i ^(4 msMlf ^,MT ' L.ifo,outfit is compje'te ' until your |feet .- are -*well fitted. ^)ur idea of shoe value is good fitting, good, style, good workman-, ship and good service —Priced'right. Taking^l these elements of value into" consideration, we invite a thorough and exacting comparison of our shoes. - —*— — ~-«*«*jj *w*j iu, f ufu.cs ior which the children participate. This year the first prize of three dollars was won by Donald Parsons, the second fh ?vS f ,, tW( L doUars by Ida HfU P m ' an d the third prize of one dollar by George te 60 ^' " Thls ' year>s subject was Why Flyers and Drivers Should Ab| tain from Alcoholic Beverages." (Woman's Club- will be a general meeting-'of nan's clnlFat the Idbrary Sri- -at^v^jfarty-flve. "At he busiuefelneeang there •muu,^ _ J*i«- _, j^ ^ .; w J"-t^^^T TI first number " »ut« VrtJiJiJlUCl CU that the association was very fortunate in being able to secure the same. Busy Bee Club Entertains Mothers. Last Friday, May 16, at the home of Miss Esther Bahilng of Union township the Busy Bee .club members met and held a wonderful.program in honor of their mothers.--/Each, member urne to bring a- guest?*?Vf™l. New Self Draining Tub Equipim as an introductory offer on the new Porcelain Enamel Voss Washer May 29,30,31 Saves roti $16.00. We make this special offer to introduce the ' New Voss Porcelain Enamel Washer in this community and to Jet people realize .what a remarkable washer it is through actual use, .- ° . , "No flfeed to Wash Ydur Daintiest Things by Hand" when you purchase a. Voss'Washer with a floating agitator. It cleans by the hand washing.method. The Voss Agitator washes in the suds at the top, just as you do by hand. The clothes are always washed in clean water—the'dirt settles in the bottom. ' Because of these three distinct improvements, offered in the -New, Voss Porcelain Enamel Washer there is no need to wash eren your^daintiest things; by hand. First—and most important of all the Vossr Washer, by means of the exclusive Moating A ff i. tator, cleans by the hand 'wasliing method. The agitator rests •<•• lightly of..the clothes and swishes them through the clean " sudsy water, away from the dirt, which settleis to the bottom! becond—it is :a;jnore beautiful washer; Its trim, graceful lines ineefr the modern demand for beauty as well as efficiency in house- - ' Lold : aj)pliances. Third—it may be changed in one minute's time from a washer to an efficient Electric Rotary Ironer, by means of a special ironing attachment, optional with Voss Washers. • ' ... Gas motors for homes without eletricity. Remember the days for the special introductory offer. SAVE TIME SAVE LABOE SAVE HEALTH ™™*W*H^^ n. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. A. H. Stock' Mrs. C. JJ. FeUows-and'Mrs. W. A! •o?ter entertained the other six members, of the Idle Hour, club at. a one o clock luncheon at the White: home J^H :T5i ^rnoon was spent —" - - -"— —* •*-• *-v* &G~- i" J. CC JE£ toe high prize for the low score. Mrs. Baker, . oiCLJan ;Mm TP TI » Mrs. W. prizes Sail, .'Mrs. F. D. Mathes, and E. McDonald also received aw- Auner and Beems Spoke to Kiwanis. Dr. J, R. Auner of Des Moines and Charles A. Beems of 'Cedar Ranids. Ueutenanfc governor of Kiwanis in district number two of which Aleonl Is a member, spoke last^ Wednesday at the lP£0tp1tr lim/iYtAl^^«H A* j-i±_ _•_.• * - - L.coiu"^ ^5^— * ***•***"* *«*«w *Tguficauay av vO6 ',^4?^^ tochehon of the-club; The M JS? n hkd ***• ••*#««£ anead to * *w» -OnlBF tn fttfvnmmA^cifA ^i;^;'^. « f. to accommodate "— open the, rgnftV- - V t^i *! ? FOOTWEAE For Men, Women and Children. Brownell Shoe Co. '& "IRON CLAD HOSIERY." ' § ««8asa«*«^^ — Farmers! Attention! Plan for Your Electric Line Now The bottom hn.s dropped out of <] lf; Copper market Copper wire ]« (he lowest it has boon for the past 12 or iu yearsi. V\ e would advise any farmers who are - - ^ ..».*,» i-".t7tYJ4'/C4JU vnnto f n' b ' uldl1 ^' an «l««trift line to take advantage of the low copper market. It will save them money. The City is anxious to serve you. We have good rates and good service and ean save you money right now in const ruction material. Come iu and talk it over. Algona Light & Water Plant JOS. KELLY, Supt. 5 wwwvww ^^ Entertain Mothers—" The members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club entertained their mothers at a dinner last Wednesday at the Tibbett's tea room. After dinner a program was given which Included a- reading by Louise Magnusson, a piano solo by Esther PuKon, a solo by Blanche Paulson a duet by Hulda Moe and Laura Mitchell and Mrs. Lura Sanders read a group of poems. The remainder of the evening was spent at singing. Entertain Bridge Club— " ' r - i » rs - D. C. Mahan, D. D., Monlux and Mrs. H. w. Jaclunan entertained the high score members of th*i* bridge .club at a. three course dinner Monday evening at the home of the Cooney Bisters. There are eight members in the club. Mr* O. p. Brundage won the "high prize" tor bridge/and Mre.Jetei- Waldron won the low .prize. Entertain at Six-Thirty Dlnaw- , . mel; Mother by Mrs. John Long/Jr.: and grandmother by-Mrs. John Long of' " Per *ect Dfty'- 1 ^was-s-ung-by-Eklna stable with .Clara Thompson at the Piano. Kathryn Leasdn sang ^School Days" and "Love's Old Sweet Song" accompanlad at the piano by her mother Twa readings, "At the Couuly Fair" by Eleanore Schroeder andv"The Fourth of July," were much enjoyed. A very large number of ladles were present as weir as several guests: At the close of the program a bounteous lunch was served. Favors wer old fashione bouquets which were very clever am were made by the refreshment com mittee which consisted of Winifred ^ on e> WHma Sfcrayer and Marguerite Long. The program committee consisted of Edna Stable, Bessie Bush and Elsie Dugan-to which-much at the credit Is due for the success.of the "*** a day long trln the state this —:. ——— -**• wuipijijieuCGu LREr towr on the well-kept lawns, housed buaV *M £f*?\? hurches and schools He said that Algona gave everyone the bnpresslon that Algona was filled with night. He fought with Cliff Perry of Terril, Iowa, who weighed hi at 17C pounds to Phillips' 175. For the first the scrap but In the fourth he hurt his left hand and was compelled to go on the-defensive, and probably was out- pointed although the decisions were not given out at that time, but will be given out In the next issue of the Spencer paper*. -There Were seven bouts on the card and all were reported to be very fast. A number of Alstona tons attended among, them being Perry Phillips, Toney Goeders, Dennis Beck- Dr. Wallace Makes Improvements on Farm. McMurray Brothers, the contractors, are busy on the old Groyer farm In Portland township, now owned by Dr Wallace, They are building a new barn 35 by 50 feet, a granary 27 by 38 feet and a new tile pump house 10 by • 10. This is a fine farm and these ta- provements will add much to Its value. A poor Joke Isn't Improved by re- pltlon. • has and of Wtens a town always reflected by its appear- - - -- - — — J .WU D .MS.ft/c -JCIUCU1- bered In the hearts of the. young mothers aa well as the old mothers and is just another one of those successful affairs which the Busy Bees so often have. Mrs. Mary Sarchett is presl- aent of the club this year and presided at.this meeting. Seneca Seniors Put oh Class Play. Special: The sen- - -~vw. Young- entertained twenty-eight ladies at a Mx-tMr- H d Jr n ^f ri ? ay evenln * at th * W. H. McCorkle home. Following the dinner bridge was played. Mrs J w wangan won the high prize Mrs L C Redding, the Beeond high,' and' Mrg Henry Belmer, the consolation prize. American Legion Auxllary— The May meeting of the America .eg on Auxiliary will be held in th .eglon building Friday evening, Ma ^ at eight o'clock instead of May y .s the later date Is Memorial day. The irogram and social hour will be in harge of Mrs. F. M. Sterling* divl «oupes Entertain at Bridge- Mr and Mrs. Arnold Roupe enter- alncd five tables of bridge at their ome Friday evening The prizes were )™ n fa y Carl Walker.of Hobarton and u?itH u' , ^ Debe ° r Waterloo who S ™ « r 1 i usband was a guest at the a. *. Hynds home over the week end Seneca, May 20. t class of 1930 presented their class play to the public Thursday and Friday evening of last week at the Seneca school house. The play, "m EX- a comedy in three *eu put over. The cast of was as follows: Henry Becker, cashier of F. s. Bank ;;•, •-... Arnold Valentine Scott, his friend s appearance, and, he said, the appearance of Algona always reflects good citizenship and that is remarkable for a town the size of Algona. nnH • Was noted in Kiwanis ch-cles for standlne f* "If A ead ,? f the attendance list in the district for. such a lenfrth of time. He stated that Kiwanis could be cou e a great Influence- in-a great revolutionary struggle which is to come. He declar: ed that at the- present moment that there are forces of unrest at work in the world, and there is fear to many Bible Searchers Class— J I ! h , c .,, B f bld 8ea «hers clais of the Methodist church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jess Wil- Get-Together Club- Mrs. Al Falkenhainer the Get-Together bridge « o'clock luncheon Saturday G*rt Howard Bollig James r>arby, Englteh, Henry's broth- Jean Darby,' .. 'm't ..... '^ ..... Esther Halverson . Blair, a doctor ....Mabel Homan Stage manager .......... tyle Osborn fhsre were ateo a few musical num bt-rs given before the rise of the cur •——«•» ^••*^«**4 «. tew ecutH/' Bt-tween act» a chorus of girls . e ca«t sanif a Heigh Ho chorus rore*t Chrl»ten*c-n and Sadie Potter accompanied by a chorus sang Mud Pie Days, The Bain chorus by Harriet Jensen and the finale with the senior class song closed the evening. A very anTthfT 1 attended both evenings and the play was a huge success """ -eniors graduating this year are „ Anderson, Lyle Schuler, Lyle Osborn, Dan Engessor, Hoard Bolilg Paul crowley, Winifred Scully, Mor- SSfi» .I? 1 * 6 ' Mabel Horaan, Camilla Jolllg, Mary Lenihan. This is the argest class to be graduated for sev! ral years from this school. countries, of uprisings such as the French Re volution-or the Russian Revolution. The tendency toward dls- of the civil laws, which un. checked, - will cause much -. —J vhiB country. * Mr ]B66iiis said that-it-was the type of. nien who made-up the service clubs of the nation-who are in a position to stop civil disobedience and -keep the world safe. First Kitten Ball Game of Season. J In the first kitten ball game of the season the Hill-Supply team of the ocal league-defeated the American kfSto^team fl to 5. The game was layed in the exceptional fast time of orty-flve minutes before a crowd of bout two hundred interested spectators at the Athletic Park Monday evening. * ' President Leonard Nelson thrpw the first ball. A. E. Anderson and"£: I 07 Nemmers were the umpires and did a good Job considering it was their first game. Both, teams made a number of errors which would not have fice" made u they had had more prac- The Hill team had nine runs, eight hits and six errors and he American Legion had five runs, four hits and ten errors. The Legion team is composed Df high school boys who have nf fh" '??* r J n some s P° rt and a few of the older boys who played with the nigh school a few years ago. WWWWWAVtAVLW^^ A . '•;< -7 i, :• .,'. •! fKttn and The were as folows: . Hill, »f; E. Hill, ss; Vinson, lb; steph- enson, c; Brundage, If; Lampright, 3b; Kelly, rf; and Don Smith, p. American Legion-stephenson, 3b- Sheppard, cf; Samp, p; Bonham ef- Pearson, c; NordstrumVlf; Raney' ss! Blossom and Barr, rf; Lichter ' el- Moore, lb; Ollg. substitute ' Boxed at Spencer Monday, n PhilUps boxed six rounds in ne of the seml-wlndups on the an Legion card at Spencer 1%K2£ wondorful bre " a in «» fl ^' ** Ask for DAIRY MAID Bread ona Baking LOUIS WILS.ON, Prop,

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