The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1930 · Page 12
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The Upper Des Moines- Jfffie 25,1930 Seneca Girl Weds Mhmeaota Man. Senecft, Jtmfe 4t,, -tpeclfti. A very took at the Lutheran church last Friday afterrtooft when Miss Ohwfys Thotnp* son was united in marriage to Charisoti of Canyon, Minnesota. The chiirch wa& decorated With bouquets of flowed and an afcft torajjpied ttlth •white, pink and red crepe paper. Miss Lavonne Madden played the Wddlng march for the couple to enter. Leoha Jensen, flower girl, tend the way, car-' rylng a large basket of rbses and snap dragons. The bride and groom fol* lowed, the bride carrying a bouquet of roses and snap dragons. She was attired In a tan flat crepe dress 1 with accessories to match. The couple was followed by the attendants, Misses Mitt- da Wilberg, Myrtle Thompson, Kenneth Thompson and penry Wilberg. Mlnda was dressed in an orchid georgette dress and Myrtle in a green flat crepe dress. Myrtle and Kenneth are sister and brother of .the bride and ttenry-arid Minda are cousins of the bride. Rev. Sande performed the ceremony. The church was filled with many guests and acquaintances. Immediately after the ceremohy about eighty _of the Invited guests went to the home of the bride's parents for a three course six o'clock dinner, consisting of three courses. Tile house was beautifully decorated in pink and white. Pink and white nut cups marked places of each guest. A large angel food cake decorated In pink and White formed the center piece for the bride's table. The bride is well known in this community, having lived here all her life. She Is a great worker In the church Double Wedding Wag Held at Lone Mock. tone Rock, June 24. Special: A beautiful double wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. wm. Krause at Lone Hock Monday, June 23, when Frieda Helen Krause became the bride of E. Forest Rouse of Ayrshire and Marie Elsie Krause, the bride of M. Orville Rosendahl of Manson, the Rev George McDowell officiating. The former cduple were attended by Rose Krause, sister of the bride and Uolger Miller of Lake City, Minnesota, Mend of the bridegroom. The latter were attended by Miss Florence Johnson of Chicago, friend Of the bride and Edward Rosendahl, brother of the bridegroom. The brides and bridesmaids descended the stairs to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March which was played by a niece, Helen Clayton of Charles City. They were mei.by the bridegrooms and best men under a bower of pink and white decorations. Miss Frieda was beautifully dressed in a powder Blue chiffon dress and carried a gorgeous bouquet of tea roses and sweet peas. Miss Marie was Very charming In a dainty cream colored chiffon and silk net dress. She carried a beautiful bouquet of pink roses, Bach bride wore an attractive head dress fashioned from their mother's bridal wreath, After the ceremony and congratulations two beautiful songs, "At Dawning" and "I Love You Truly" were sung by Mrs. Jay Brenen of Ayrshire accompanied by Helen Clayton. A delicious three course dinner was prepared by sisters of the brides, Mrsi F. W. Clayton, Mrs. John Reed and Mrs. R. L. Padgett and was served by Vera Onnen, Orvilla Gerbracht of Man- Gardtter Family Held Reunion. Good Hope, June 24. Speeitl: A re* union on Sunday, June 22, brought together a grout) of the descendants of Mrs. R. M. Gardner of Algona and her husband, now deceased. Mrs. Gardner, seventy-seven yeras of age, participated with her relatives in the celebration of the happy occasion at the E). C. Gardner home in this community. This has be$.r; an annual affair for at least the past ten years. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gardner and sons, Stanley and Ronald of Plum Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner and children, Donald, OrVille, Verna and Ida Mae, also of Plum Creek; Mrs. Chester Bailey of this community; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney and children, Lyle, Norma, Bueha, Howard; Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Patterson and children, Wendell, Gardner, Genevieve, Arlene, and Russell of Burt; and D. D. Clapsaddle of Algona. The Weather, Sigh Low Thursday . ... i ..... ;.,i.78 69 Friday 88 It Saturday S3 68 Sunday 'M 11 Monday . x , 88 77 Tuesday , ....84 56 Alethean Club Smith Sponsors Fishing Contest. J. C. Smith, one of the popular sportsmen in Algona, and proprietor of the Crystal Palace billiard hall, is sponsoring a fishing contest. It started June 15 and will close at midnight September 30. Anyone In the county is eligible to enter and the fish may be caught anywhere just so the law of the locality is observed. By entering this contest one is eligible to enter the national contest and thereby win more than one prize, that Is if he is lucky. The fish when caught must be brought to the Crystal Palace and there they will be weighed and measured by Mr. Smith. There are four different classes of fish and these are divided also. and always Willing to be of service to son and Rena Mauch of Charles City. About $95.00 worth of prizes will be. the community. She Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thompson. Guests from out of the community The color scheme was pink and white. The brideo are the youngest daughters Of Mr.'and Mrs. Wm. Krause. For given away to the winners. Held Meeting. tfnlon Twp., June 24. Special. The Alethean Four-ti club girls of Union township held a very sueces|ful meeting at the Jandl home last Wednesday afternoon. There were eighteen club girls present besides their efficient club leader, Lavlnla Winkel. Roll call was answered with "My Flower Garden." A report of the Four-H convention at Ames was given by Alice Payne and Edith" Jandl, who were enthused over their trip. A delightful lunch consist* ing of strawberries and ice cream and cake was served by the young hostess. The club members are requested to Wear their uniforms at every meeting or a gingham dress. They are also to make three garments to be completed by September. A successful bake sale was held at the Anderson Bros, meat market In Algona last Saturday afternoon. The proceeds were to help pay the expenses of the • club girls' delegates to the state convention. The next meeting will be held July 9th at the home of Margaret Dodds. Each member is to "bring a piece of material 8x10 inches and the lesson will be on French Seaming,' rs. wm. Jti-rause. jror «*ri •,, Miss Frieda has been Whlttemore Ha, Operation. Wilfred Resseguie Leads in Bond Selling. Wilfred Resseguie, son of Mrs. T. H. Holmes is in the Omaha office of the Continental Illinois and Savings Bank, and is one of the Algona boys who made good. He,, led- the country salesmen of the company last month in the selling. Rueben Larsen of Rlngsted; Mr. and Mrs* Jacob Lees of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Ihle and fnmlly of Cylinder; Mrs. Kohl of Haifa; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Charlson, Sherman Charlson, Erlck Charlson, T. R, Knutson of Story City; Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Lar- Mr. Rosendahl at Qulmby, Iowa, where | they both were teaching. The out of town guests were Mr. I and Mrs. Marjdn Rosendahl "and son, Edward, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Terrand and daughter, Orvilla Gerbracht, and all ' Daily M. E. Bible . School Closed Friday. The daily Bible school of the Methodist church closed Friday after a two weeks' session, lasting s from nine to twelve each day. There were about Whlttemore, June 24. Special: Mrs. I Nell Farrell and son, Guy', came home from Iowa City Monday where the latter submitted to an operation. Guy's nose had been Injured so many times I hi base ball and basket ball games Manson; Mr. and that It was necessary in'the second op-1 O I<,»,H, ..mij.-n ™v,_ ott*r,/ioj ««j «„„ - - - ' - - 's. J. eratlon last week to break the bone and ' elghty ohudren who attended and five iltui ...._ _ . and reset It. While driving to the city men'from Seneca chart- Mrs. Jay Brenen, all of Ayrshire; Rev. the Farrell car was damaged'to some ,««««.. ~nd Mrs. George Charlson al »d Mrs, George McDowell of Mallard; extent. A car ahead had suddenly, ch e and Mrfe Harrls Be rmce But City; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett and settled very satisfactorily. Class sons, Terrence, Harold, and,Robert Lee via ' and Mrs. John Reed and children, A _, _ VI Y^ • I ****** A»*»Mt ww*4»* AVW1.14, C*Atli V11A1U1 GJ.A) I _^ - _ *^ Held at r en toil. ! Junior and Florence Marie of Algona; Dr. Adams DrOVC to • JSSMSS r^s^ lHSs rsr "" sl Atlantic <- ed, in the Methodist <*urch Sunday. I Clt y- Minnesota, and Following-are the names of_those con- " 'flrniedl* Gladys Stoeber, Dorothy Stigman,;.Ruth Glaus, Wayne Alderson, • Bernlce Kramer, June Weisbrod, Virginia FrankfJohn Waite, Harold Wels- brod, ".CharIea";OIaus, Robert Schwartz, .Verleiohse and/Lyle Newel. . It was a pleasant day and a large 'crpiwd"was ln%ttendance. Many, vis- ' ' Itors from a 'distance were, prisihl' for After a short honeymoon In northern Minnesota, the bridal couples will be at home to their, many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rouse will make their home at Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Rosendahl at Superior. First Lutheran Church. Sunday School at ten a. m. Morning services at ten-thirty. The Sunday N l I School and congregation will have a • J-1 picnic at the State Park Sunday following the services at the church. The Scandinavian Bell Ringers will give their concert at the Congregational July 1, at Dr. A. D. Adams left Sunday for an auto trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey, as a delegate of the local Kiwanis club, to the Kiwanis International conven- church Tuesday evening, tion which will be held from June 29 eight o'clock. 'Rev. C. E. Olsson, paste July 3. The doctor expects to bel* 0 ^ , the exercises which took place during "ye regular church hour. .The church ""beautifully tdeeorated with greens flowers. The class, each carrying a of pink roses.'entered as the pro- jayed : .by Miss Verona Welsbrod. Bev. Gerkln presented the diplomas and gave them a short address of welcome into the membership 'of the church, exercises' were immediately after over they had' their photographs taken hi a group by Mr. Henke, a photographer from Armstrong, who was on hand 'for that purpose. The Standard Bearers gave a special musical program In the evening and Rev. Oassel responded with an interesting extemporaneous talk on missionary work. ncTudes 'Wright, WinTOb&gorKosstrtb., lumboldt and Hancock counties. He 'ormerly had a larger territory, but en new. salesmen have been added and the territories have been redlvid- ed.' 'The change will ihean more business fpj- the salesmen' because they will be able to come In contact with Kitten Ball Results for the Past Week. In the kitten ball league for the past, week the winners were Hill oyer K. C., Bank, Legion over Hormel and Standard Oil over the K, C. B.ank. Sunday some of the various'players got together and took part in a kitten ball tournament which was held: at Ventura. The boys had not played together and were not familiar with the short bases which were in vogue at the tournament, consequently were rather badly, defeated. The other contestants had been practicing regularly and were'all set for the tournament. The games for the next week are; tonight, Hill Supplies vs Hormels; Friday, K. C. Bank vs Legion; Monday, Standara Oil vs Hill Supplies. gone about three weeks and will take in the capital at Washington, also he! H. M. Bockes at Skelgjur Convention. ' H. M,, Bockes,attended'a sales'Con- rerence of Skelgas 'stove salesmen In Des Monies Friday, Saturday and Sun- Jay. He now has the territory which their dealers better results. more often tend with • ' I will spend some time in Philadelphia and New York. On his way back he intends to go by way of Buffalo and Niagara Falls. ' •/,, ' Two Airplanes Land Here Sunday. Two airplanes stopped at the local airport Sunday and took up passengers. One plane was a Curtis Robin monoplane belonging to Jake Ludwig of, St. Benedict. The other was an Eagle Rock biplane and belonged to Gus Lieber of Mason City. West Bend Man BelJ Ringers to Play Here July First. The Scandinavian Bell Ringers, sometimes known as the Temple Carillon Players will give gona Tuesday, July a concert in Al- 1, at the Congregational church. The group consists of five men frcp northern Sweden, who have been giving concerts in this country for the 'past few years, and their coming to Algona is sponsored by the First Lutheran church of Algona. ' Dandelion John says: That it Is is not homely on a pretty girl's face. Wants, For Sale, Etc. WANTED—Girl to do general housework.—Mrs. Al Bloom. Phone 853. 2 Miner Family - ^ Held Reunion. The fourth alinual Miner family reunion was held Saturday, June 21, at the Call State Park. There were seventy people present. From Brookings, South Dakoita, came George Miner, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Klelnfelter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner and son, Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lamson and children, Keith and Marjorie and Mrs. Eva Apple. Those who came from Clear Lake, Iowa, Included, P£r. and Mrs. Ernest Buss, and three children, Gilbert Miner and sons, Paul and Giioert. Roy Miner, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrene Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corle and four children came from Minnesota. Mrs. Harry Miner from Earlville, Illinois; Mr. Mrs. Ray Miner and son, Billy, from Meridan, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker and baby from Hobarton; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller and baby from Sheldon; Mr. und Mrs. Willis Bilsborough" and children from Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards and three children from Lone Rock; Lois Inman from EstKeryille; Merle lumen from Rochester, Minnesota. Algona was representtd by Mr. and Mi's. Bert Miner and sons, Donald and Devere, Mr. and Mrs. L. A .Miner and children, Bobby, Ferris, and Melvin and Grandma Williams. Dinner and supper was served for all in the shelter house and all had a good time playing games and visltng. On Sunday all of them were entertained at the Bert Miner home on North Jones street. The officers are Gilbert Miner of Clear Lake, president; Mrs. Roy Turner of BfOOfclngs, South Dakota, vice president; a'nd L. A. Miner oj Algona, secretary and treasurer. The next reunion of the Miner family will be held next year Jp Blockings, South Dakota. Test then) for balance. High grade ' steel. Fine straight grained handles. Garflbje's 3-t&ie hay forks $1.35, No. 10 'grain scoop $1.50. Lawn broom, 880. 2 FOR SALE—Portable elevator. Reasonable price. Call William Aman, 403 North Phillips St., phone 456. 2 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE—TermS. One now all modern five room houss and one nine room all modern house, located five blocks south of State St. on Dodge street. Inquire or phona 832-J.—W. C. Good. 2* FOE SALE—Good used 8ft. binders, new wagons and boxes, new and used spreaders, new and used gang and sulky plows. Come early while the selection Is good.—McEnroe Bros. 2-3* in Car Accident. West Bend, June 24. Special: Sunday while Levl Zaugg and John Nessen were driving near the Will Hoffstadter place south of town their car turned over twice, pinning Mr. Zaugg under the car. He was paralyzed from the waist down and it was decided to take him to Rochester, Minnesota. Jerry Schutte.r took him in the ambulance Sunday afternoon. John was cut and bruised about the face. Algona Markets. Corn, No. 2 yellow ..........$ .63% Corn, No. 2 white '.66 Corn, No. 2 mixed >. .62 Oats 28 Barley 35 Hogs 8.10 Notice. By uanlmous. vote of the Kossuth County, Safety Council all regulations with respect to motor vehicles will be strictly enforced throughout Kossuth county after date of July 2nd, 1930. Comply with (he law and have your' lights and brakes tested at once. L. B.HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. Mrs. Elinor Button, county welfare worker, left Tuesday for Iowa City where shp will attend a meeting of rural social workers, which is held in connection with the University of Cowa Social Service group. She will be back the last of the week. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Reliable Insurance Service C. R. LABARRE AL FALKENHAINER Phone 55 First door north Iowa State Bank IBJO© a. K. CO WANT TO RENT—Small house for family of three. Call 230. 52 I Bee supplies, get theni of G. E. Van Dorston. 51-3 FOR RENT—Room in modern house. Call 51-J. si. USED CARS—All overhauled, not a cough in a carload, plenty to choose from. See A. F. Corey, 108 E. McGregor St. Phone 563. 3 "Algona's Wife Saving Station.' Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. 50-tf WANTED—Clean rags at this office. FARM LOANS AT 5y t % INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us. MUUTAGH BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. 50-tf Rainbow's End Cottage At Clear Lake for rent by the week only,' Weekly rate $25,00, Inquire at Lusby's Drug Store ALGONA, IOWA. AND OUT-OF DOOHS 9 Just arrived — and bringing the promise of summer —is an assortment of the new Bradle7 Bathing Suits. We haven't had a chance to un> vac!i them all yet, but what we've seen suggests that we urge you to come in and make your selections now while the color and size range is com, plete in all styles. r Chrischilles & Herbst These rousing "End of the Month" specials come to you from Algona's most progressive, busy dry goods and apparel stote. They spell "E^C-O-N-O-M-Y" for ydu. Just before fti* Fourth of July is "dress up" time—vacation time—play time—be prepared and take advantage of these Specials. June 26, 27, 28, 30 For the Lake Cottage 88c 19c 81x99 Standard , Hem Sheets ___._ 42x36 Standard Hem Cases _ _ _. For the Swimming Pool «• - j*J 15x28 Turkish Towels, colored borders, dozen 18x36 Turkish Towels—double thread, woven colored bar, 5 for $1.00 Printed rayon crepes in a variety of colors and patterns Printed rayons in colorfast washable patterns Printed Suitings, piques, waffle cloths, condo prints, colorfast goods, a real bargain _ 36-inch Everfast printed dress linens _1_ _ Big lot of desirable 36-inch prints at Printed rayon flat crepes, colorfast _, 68c 49c 39c 88c 15c 95c »?te P.? Five Dozen "Clean up" dresses many $2.00 Nelly Dons and other higher priced makes O/\ —while they last-- XM/ 1 Twofor$1.75 """ Uf/V $5.95 linen dresses and ensembles, mostly 16 and 18, choice , t _„___„ Children's wash dresses—fast colors —all sizes from 7to 14 -__„_ $2.95 MPriae Early Silk Dresses, Long Sleeves, Dark Prints—No Summer Merchandise $15.00 values for 6;95 $20.00 values for 8,95 $35.00 values for 14.75 100 Spring Coats, Last Call-Every thing but Rothmoor $15.00 values for 7.50 $20,00 values for 10,00 $35.00 values for 17.50, All Summer Reduced 16.75 A GRAND BIG

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