The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1930 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 25, 1930
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•:• ; ^-c-"* t • /' f he Upper Des Moines-Republican, June i56,1930 len Elenora OcWden, daughter *TMr. and Mrs. Clark Goddeh of Burt and Paul L, Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rlchafason of Algona were marrted Sunday at the home of the bride's pamiS~sou'th of Burt. The single ring ceremony was read by 'Rev. S. H. Aten, pastor Of the Burt Presbyterian church. After the wedding ft dinner was served. The new Mrs. Richardson is a graduate of the Burt figlh school and taught three years in the Burt vicinity. Mr. Richardson Is a painter in Algpna where he and his bride will make'their home. Weds Emtnetsburg GiH— ' Miss Veretta Mary Martini of Em- •metsburg and Howard Hoenk of AK gona were married Monday, June 16, at Kansas City, Missouri. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martini of Effimetsburg and was employed In the Schlutzmeyer & Jahn store at Enimetsburg before her marriage. Mr. Hoenk came to Aigona about two years ago and established the Aigona Auto Market. He and his bride will be at home in Aigona as soon as they find a suitable home. Entertained for Mrs. Walker- Mrs. H. A. Lewis entertained twelve ladles Monday evening in hofiffr of Mrs. Will P. Walker, who with her husband are leaving the last of the week for a three months' trip to South America to visit her son, Phillip. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. C. D. Kiwanis Party— About two hundred attended the Ki- wahls party which was held at the Country Club Thursday evening. The affair was one of the big events of the season. Dinner was served at six- thirty. Music between 1 Courses was furnished by members of the club and the Rusty Hinge quartet Of Mason City, composed Of Dr. Ray tCuni, W. A. Hall, Earl Dean and a Mr. Frazier. Miss Jeannette Ooeders accompanied at the piano. After dinner, the Rusty Hinge quartet gave a half hour concert. Several dance numbers were given by the following girls accompanied at the piano by Miss Ooeders: Gertrude Keneflck, Josephine Murtagh, Bernice Harrington. Eleanor Backus, Sara Doran, Leona Llchter, Phyllis Benson, Margaret Lichter, Madonna Quinn. Arba Dee Long, Loretta Howie, Alice Rist, Doris Long, and Margaret NEW MAR VIN HOTEL DEDICATED AT BUT Landlord and Mrs. M. L. Vihaas Improved Burt Hotel. (J&ve Banquet. wyVWtfM^^^ BtTRT H. S. ORCHESTEA FtmNISHED MUSIC Fellows won the high prize and Mrs.' | Y^»- _T hetrema J nd . e L° fJth ,t,! Venln , e A. L. Peterson won the second high. Mrs. Walker was presented with a travel record. Light refreshments were served late In the evening. Call Theatre Always Cool $6,000.00 cooling and air washing system just installed. Try the Call Theatre on the hottest days. Your money back If you are not cool and happy. TUBS. & WED., JUNE 24-25 Matinee Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Marion Davies "THE FLORODORA CURL" ,with Lawrence Gray Water Catlett Those were the days, Wait till you I see the bold, bad, stage-door John-| nles of the Gay Nineties. Get an I earful and an eyeful of the songs and the fun. "My Kind of Man", the big new song'nit. The gayest, the funniest and most charming picture in years. Also Vltaphone Vandellle. THUES. & FKL, JTOfE 26-27 Matinee Thursday at"2:30 p. m. SUNDAY, JUNE 29. I Matinee one p. m. and every two hours. Money back If you are not cool and comfortable any time at the Call. The $6,000.00 Arctic Nu[Air Kooler Alre cooling system makes this possible. Ruth Chatterton TRIUMPHANT' was spent at cards and dancing. G. Ray Smith's orchestra played. Miss Jeannette Ooeders and Harold Fal- kenhalner won prizes In an elimination dance, and Bert Deal and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre won prizes In a balloon dance. Mrs. Chas. Barry and O. W. Erlckson won the prizes for bridge. Individual hand-painted place cards were made by T. H. Chrtschilles for the men's place cards, and there were favors or the women. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams were chairmen of the committee In charge of the party. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson had charge of the program. D. H. Goeders was publicity man. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nemmers and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre were the decoration committee and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar were the menu committee. There were a number of guests beside the Kiwanlans and their wives. Nearly One Hundred Were Present at Four Course Banquet to Show Appreciation of Improvements. Untouched by the whispering Scandal/ sffP ,, & EHUJB8., JULY 2-3, ,., Kool £&a<<mountain trip^-The Arctic, Nu Air ' Kooler Alre $6,000.00 In- , f ajnusieal roinanaMfcrilte. The umagicj spell of CneVaVw.ftafarnfe If; tional^prince of lo*e l 'a£tf<F : -•- T7? Dndlshq iTUBDAY SPECIAL! _ '->' . JUNE 28 Matinee at .one p. m. and hours. ; ' RinTiaTin /.. world famous dog in "THE MAN HUNTER" ;5 Braves sharks and savages, dog hero 0 Is victorious. Lady Jane Winston, in Africa Inspecting her ivory and rubber Interest is at mercy of native uprising, incited by her dishonest agent who has hidden her treasure A beach-comber finding the big Ivory cache Is jailed by the agent- dog hero is savior of both Also Talking Comedy. In the most amazing role of her stage and screen career with Basil Rathbone Ralph Forbes. Nance O'Neil Frederick Lonsdaie wrote "The High Road," the brilliant play that ran a year. In New York. It comes now as a scieen event with the foremost actress of talking pictures In pei most amusing role. A woman on trial tor love. Courageously facing the whispers of scandal. Even greater tham"Madame X!?, ' Abo* Vltaphone Vaudeville."' • I Karel Horan Weds— A number of friends of M. Karel I Horan received announcements the first of the week of his marriage to Miss Thelma Gerladine Miller of Los An- J geles. The ceremony was performed at the Baptist church In Glendale, California, June 16. The new Mrs. Hor an is a graduate of the University o Wisconsin and has held a position wit the National Assurance Company o Los Angeles. Karel, who Is the young I er son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hora; (was graduated from the Aigona hlgl school In 1929 and attended the Uni versity of Iowa. He is now associated 1 with the National Assurance Company | of Los Angeles as a bond salesman Karel visited nt Aigona a few weeks ago while on his way to .Chicago on a I business trip for his firm. Country Club Party— Fifty-one ladles spent a very en- I joyable afternoon at the Country Club party on Tuesday. Light refreshments were served and bridge was played. Mrs. J. O. Paxson won the high score and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer the second high. The- committee in charge included Mrs. T. H. Holmes, chairman, Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. M. J. Kene- flck, Mrs. W. T. tmughan, Mrs. Harry Godden and Mrs. R. K. Vincent. any place'ta the state; 5 Saw— They Heard— They Cbeered,v Sensational love sequences; the stupendous- background or revolution; the singing of Alex- • $TMlder Gray, Bernlce Claire, 'Alice Geptle, the gay parties with pleasure-mad princes; life-like color, inspiring songs; gigantic scenes and the indescribable something that blends them all into the outstanding production of all times. First National Pictures, inc. presents "SONG OF THE FLAME" ; with Alexander Gray Bernice Claire ftlmdom's -outstanding singing love team. Noah Beery will thrill you with his wonderful bass voice, twice as low as any ever recorded. Alice Gentle, star of the grand opera. Also Short Reel Program. MONDAY & TUESDAY, JUNE 30-JULY 1. S. S. Class Increases Membership— The Young Married People's class of the Methodist church completed its second membership contest of this year last Sunday, > Since the first of the year the class membership has been Increased sixty-one. Mrt. B. E. Hynds' division-won the contest from t other side which was captained by Mrs. Roy Crawford. The losing aide'will banquetr the-other side some time next week. C. C. Party July First- There, will be an evening Country Club party at the club house next Tuseday evening. There will be bridge at eight o'clock. At ten refreshments will be served, followed by dancing. Mr. and Mrs. A, K. Cliff are chairmen of the committee which includes H. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Little, and Mrs. F. W. Dingley. Shower for Bnrt Girl— Mrs. Henry Riekeii gave a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon at her home south of Burt in honor of Miss Helen Godden of Burt, who was married Sunday to Paul L. Richardson of Aigona. There were fifty'guests at the shower. Games were played and a luncheon was served. Miss Godden received many nice gifts. Paul Smiley Married— Announcement was made in last Sunday's Des Moines Register of the mar- Last spring Mr. and Mrs. M, L. Vin- aas, who for a number of years have conducted Burl's popular Hostelry began making numerous modern Improvements. New porches were built, a new hot water heating plant installed that provides hot and cold water for every room, new furnishings including beds, springs and mattresses and new parlor furniture was purchased. A-new radio, davenport and comfortable chairs were Installed. Everybody, In northern Iowa knows of the Marvin hotel as one of the most accommodating and best equipped hotels in this part of the state and the great asset Is the wonderful home cooked food that Is served by these hospitable people. A good place to eat or sleep is found at this hotel which would be a credit to many towns much larger than'Burt. The banquet was held Friday even- Ing at seven o'clock and the people of Burt showed their appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. Vlnaas. A number from other towns who had received invitations were present. The following was the four course menu, served in an excellent manner while Burt's splendid high school orchestra gave their concert: Grapefruit cocktail, Radishes, Beet pickles, spring chicken, whipped potatoes, stringless beans hi casings, pineapple whip, pepper rings, rolls, aspic salad, salted wafers, strawberry short cake, ice tea with lemon, and coffee. Dutton Family Held Reunion Saturday. The twenty-fourth annual reunion of ;he Dutton family took place Saturday, June 21, at the Kossuth county fair ?rounds. There were sixty-nine mem- iers of the Dutton family present and two friends. Those present from Aigona were: John Wordent Mr. and 'Mis. Louis AVVMJWAftAiWMWlM^ •/" As the Summer Season Is Advancing So are the varieties of fresh fruit and vegetables increasing at THi PENBON Store while the prices are declining-on nearly all eatables. When handy the store and look things over or before you phone glance, through the* list below and jot down some of the tilings you may want for your breakfast, lunch or dinner—and don't forget your picnic lunches. We Have the Goods DE- Apples, Apricots, Bananas, Cherries, Grapefruit, Phuns and Watermelons. Oranges, Mtlskmelons, Vegetables will keep you cool. Eat more Beets, Carrots, Cucumbers, Celery, Beans, Peas, Ripe Tomatoes, Spinach, • Cauliflower, lettuce and' such, There is an abundance of them all. The price is reasonable on all Richelieu, Baby Stuart and Pure Quill Groceries and the quality "The Best" at AKRE'S Phone 290-291. 113 South Dodge Street. friends. They reutrned home Sunday., John Haggard, Mell Peterson and Ann Murtagh drove to Des Moines Saturday and brought back Mrs.'Forrest Twogood, who had been visiting her husband for a few days. Mr. Twogood was with the St. Joe base ball team which was playing In Des Moines. They returned Saturday night. WEST BEND NEWS. Dutton, and daughter, Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur,, Mr. and Mrs. Ira IF YOU LOVE YOUR MOTHER, YOU'LL WANT TO SEE THIS GREAT DRAMA! IJKI.LK HKNNK'IT MAIUAN .NIXON LKON JANMiY From lu<i j)luy by Tom Iturry. Parents, what are your children thinking about you? It's marvelous. Also Vltapbone Vaudeville. )utton and son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. llelvln Dutton, and daughters, Ki Evelyn and son, Donald, Mrs. Ross oleman and daughters, Elizabeth, Minerva, Phyllis, Marcella and son, Ross, and Miss Mary Adams. From Ledyard came, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son, Harvey,, and Mr, and Mrs. Clifton« Engelby. ' The Dows people were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Worden and sons,' Robert and Leonard. Livermore—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koppen and daughter, Eleanor. Fenton—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, daughter Bernice and sons, Duane and Kenneth;. Lake Park—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bamsey and son, Horace, Mr.^and Mrs. Arthur. Bamsey and sons, Leonard and Frank. Spencer—Mrs. Arthur daughter, Beverly Jean. Horton and Forest City—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Montgomery and son, Pierce, and Mr. and .Mrs. Clifford Juhl. Elmore, Minnesota—Mrs. Grace Dutton and sons, Fred and Walter, daughters Laura, Helen, Dorothy, Marion and Elsie and her sons, Ralph and Robert Iowa Falls—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton. Philippine Islands—Aubrey Waterhouse. The visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wild, from Toledo, Iowa. The program committee for the twenty-fifth anniversary which is next year is J. B. Worden, Mrs. Ed. Campbell and Mrs. Wallace McArthur. The same officers will be for next year, they are: W. A. Dutton, president, he has been president for the past twenty-five years and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, secretary- Tuesday matinee. The best tion picture released in 1930. Call Theatre Management—We have screened it, you must see this masterpiece. Clark of Ogden to Paul P. Smiley of Grinnell. They were married in Chicago which'will be their future home. Mr. Smiley will be remembered as a son of Rev. Smiley, who was pastor of the Presbyterian church in Aigona a number of years ago. Bridge Dinner Party— Mrs. James Neville and Mrs, Will F. Walker entertained sixteen ladies a six-thirty dinner recently at the Neville home. The evening was spent at bridge. Mrs. A. H. Stock won high prize, Mrs. A. J. Schnepf the second high, and Mrs. Lura Sanders, the low prize. Itoyal Neighbor Meeting— The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday, June 20. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Schlchtl is the chairman of the refreshment committee. Tills is the last meeting until September. All members are urged to be present. HIrthday Party— M!a» Arlene Granzow entertained twelve girl friends Saturday afternoon. The event was In honor of her thirteenth birthday. Games were played and lunch was served. Arlene is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, Entertained at Bridge-— Mrs. Hugh Poet entertained at a bridge party Thursday evening. Mrs. '/lion. Akre won the high score prize. Mrs. Elmer Hortslioni won the second prize and Mrs. Bert Cronan won the consolation prize. Auxiliary Meeting— The American Legion Auxiliary will have a meeting at the Legion building Friday evening, June 27, at eight p. m. The social hour will be in charge of Mrs. John Kohlhaas and her division. The hay is down and rain Is coming—the old rope breaks—replace now with %" 100 per cent Pure Manilla 51/40 per ft. V 1 sling rope 2140 per ft.—Gamble Stores, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs and children spent Friday evening to Aigona. MT. and Mrs. Joe . Dorweiler were Emmetsburg visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White drove to Mallard Sunday to visit with relatives. Leslie Stover of Rodman visited his grandmother, Mrs. John Stover, Sunday. W. E. Reed and son of Fort Dodge were business visitors in town Saturday. The home study class will meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Henry. V Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Rodman spen* Friday visiting relatives in West, Bend. Jean Harr spent a few days during *the past week at the home of-her,un- xde Arthur Simmons; _, ' *"-*••<# • TMlss Colletta Cunningham is spending her vacation at Auburn, Iowa, visiting her grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wenlng and children of ; Mallard spent Friday at the home, of Mrs. B. A Morey. - Mr. and Mrs. Dan Devinsy and fam- T S: Ro £ man spent Sunday evening at the John Williams home. ^Mrs. Earl Pease of Bradgate spent Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs. Alice Pease, who has been quite ill. Miss Olive Munson was on the sick list Friday. Margaret Denlnger took her place to the telephone office. Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. E. Klisart returned from ossian, Iowa, Thursday evening. J. C. Scurr drove to oilman, Iowa, Saturday to spend some time with relatives. His wife and baby are there. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and son, Bobby, of Aigona were calling on around town Sunday after- friends noon. the past three years. At the reunion Saturday each family provided one or more numbers for the program, and there were many kinds of -games and much time was spent to visiting. The tables for the food were to the form of a Maltese cross and a covered dish lunch was served. Next year the invitations will be of silver to honor of the silver anniversary of the reunion and historical facts of the Dutton family will be given out. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Johanna Madden left for her in Minneapolis after a ten day with her cousin, Mrs. J. T. Ohrls- chllles. An eleven pound boy was born to Mrs. I. N. Mellne of Eagle Grove this morning at the Aigona hospital. Mrs. Meltne is a sister of Mrs, C. R. LaBarre. Emmet Barren of Des Moines was a business visitor in Aigona today. He also visited with W. W. Sullivan who was a school mate at Notre Dame. Mr. Barron formerly lived in Fonda. Dr. and Mrs. R, J. Laird and daughter, Linda, drove up from Des Molnes Sunday for a visit with the doctor's mother, Mrs. J. R. Laird, and Baptist Loyal Class— The Baptist Loyal class will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Wheelock. Mrs. George Hoflus and Mrs. John Moulds will be assisting hostesses. Birthday Picnic— Jack Strelt, grandson of A. Streit, celebrated his.twelfth birthday by.hav- ing eight of his playmates at a picnic last Friday at the Call State Park. lias Dinner Quests- Mrs. Ed. Hansen entertained a number of WJnittemore relatives at dinner at her home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and Harold spent Wednesday at Swea City " lol ""~ with relatives of Mrs. Sun- visiting mons. , M £- and Mrs. Giles Geist returned to Gilmore City Wednesday after a few days' visit at the W. E. White home. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayne and family drove to Chicago Friday for a visit with Mrs. Hayne's brother, John Walker and family. John Denlnger Is having his house treated to a new coat of paint this week. The Frank Mikes residence is also being painted. Mrs. Alice Pease is very sick. She was getting better but had a relapse. She had hemorrhages in her head caused from high Wood pressure, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pease of Bradgate spent Sunday at the home of then- aunt, Mrs. Alice Pease, who is ill. Mrs. Byron Groves is caring for her, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and Miss Ida and Oscar Riley drove to Lost Island Lake Saturday afternoon and spent the night camping out and fishing. Oscar Riley, Ernest Freiden and Walton Falb drove to Sioux City Tuesday. Mr. Riley returned home Wednesday evening, the others remaining until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikes returned home Thursday night from their honeymoon spent at points in Minnesota. Their many friends serenaded them Friday evening. Miss Pearl Wirtz and brother and Miss Winters of Rodman were callers at the Sloan home Sunday, Miss Neva Sloan went to Rodman with them for a few days' visit. Word was received here Saturday of the marriage of Miss Bernice Heed of Fort Podge. She resided here a num. ber of years ago with he.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Reed. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. H. M. Mantz Wednesday afternoon. Important business will come before the meeting and a good attendance is desired. Mrs. Charles Simmons and Mrs. Orville Harr of Rolfe visited with relatives here Thursday. Jean Harr, who had been at the Arthur Simmons home, returned home with them. Mrs. Harry Telford and daughters, Lorna and Bannie of Ottosen were visiting in West Bend Tuesday. Mrs. Telford visited her sister, Mrs. Earl Cobb, while the girls spent the afternoon with Grace and Mae Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley and children of Livermore were visitors at She home of Mr. Riley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley, Sunday. Miss Ida and Oscar Riley took them home. Laverita Riley returned with them for a week's visit. Charles and Robert Clay and Miss Neva Sloan drove from Cedar Falls Thursday. Miss Sloan will spend her vacation with home folks. The^Clay boys are going with their parents to Yellowstone park, so drove on to Sioux City that day. Ralph Sloan of Cedar Falls and Oliver Funk of Waterloo drove to West Bend Saturday after a-piano belonging to Mrs. Sloan. They were accompanied by Eugene Hofstadter of Cedar Falls, who will spend the summer at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Hofstadter, south of town. • Mrs. George Montag took her baby daughter 'to Estheryllle Tudeday tp consult a doctor, in regard;to an infection on the baby's face. She returned home .Thursday morning, ,Jeav- ing-the baby at the Colemaniljospital- for further- treatment. Mr. and Mrs, Montag and Billy drove to Esthervllle Sunday and brought the baby home. The baby is feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. Thorsteln Satern and daughters, Virginia and Eileen and Miss Dorothy Sloan returned Home on Monday evening. Mr. and *Mrs: Satern had been to Iowa City with their daughter,. Virginia, In regard to her hip, which has been hi a cast for six months. She'Is able to walk now and will not have to go back for another six months. The' doctor .-there wishes to see how she Is every six months. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hall and children of Houston, Texas, are visiting Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B F. McFarland. Mrs. Wllllanv Williams of Minneapolis spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McFarland. program was given: two piano solos by Margaret Hayne; "The Spirit of Youth," Mrs. H. R. Bell; "A Place of Safety," Mrs. Sue Watson and a violin solo, '"The Holy Oltyi" by., Mrs. Carl Vohs, jwhlch, was much enjoyed by those present. Her accompanist was Quentln Kongsbach at the piano. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. Dixon, who was assisted by Mrs. Myron Boos. •; '."••-,'. \ Danedlian ; John •.'says:' That it Is not what a man knows that counts so much—but what he learns after he thinks he knows it all. Low Rate Excursion to THURSDAY, JULY 3 Round Trip She returned to Minneai to care for the children of her slstift Mrs. Mo- Gee, while Mr. and Mrs. ee came to the McFarland home to ? visit their sister from the south. Tlfey came on Thursday. '. * The Woman's Home and Foreign missionary society met with.Mrg, B. E. Dlxen Friday afternoon. The meeting was opened by a scripture reading by the vice president, Mrs., Miller, After the business meeting .the following Good in Coaches Only Lv. Aigona—_,._8:067p. m. Ar. Chicago __' 8:00 a. m. / Returning Tickets will be honored for return to leave Chicago to and including train leaving 11:30 p. m. Sunday, July 6th. 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