The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1930
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The Upper Des Moineg-Republicatt, August 27,1930 and sport or 5-,-^ . .,—.While they lasf forfoifly now* ;••;••',-> ;or 2.75 ^to see these close out bar- are here Als0 a^ tack o.£ sport and J'T&OO^ ' for each A full rack of wash dresses, for 98c Reed-Lacy Nuptials— I Miss Ruth O. Reed of Audubon, a [former Algona school teacher, and I Harlem J. Lacy of Algona were married Saturday atfernoon at one o'clock at ihe home of "Rev. A. L. Seaman in fort Dodge. The couple was attended by Mr. Lacy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lacy. After the ceremony they returned to Algona where a wedding dinner was served at the Lacy home. Prom here the newly w*>ds went to Battle Lake, Minnesota, on & two weefcs' wedding trip. They will be at home in the new Joseph Schabeil house, which 1$ being constructed cost of the Northwestern tracks, after the middle of next month. Mrs. Lacy, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed of Audubon, Is a graduate of the Iowa State Teachers' College, and for the past few years has taught in various towns in Iowa beside Algona. While at Cedar Palls she affiliated with the Alpha Beta Gamma sorority. Mr. Lacy is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he affiliated with the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. He is now in the insurance, loan, and real estate business with the firm of Cunningham & Lacy. Emma Specht Miss Emma Specht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Specht of Algona and A. Clyde Hoornetnan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoorneman of LeMars, were married Friday morning, August 22nd, at eight o'clock at the home of bride's parents, the Rev. Raymond Kresensky officiating. Only the immediate fanilly were in attendance. After the ceremony a three cdurse wedding breakfast was served. Mrs. Hoorneman is a graduate of Waldorf College at Forest City, Iowa, and for the past two years has been teaching English in the junior high school hi Perry. Mr. Hoorneman received his master's degree from the State University at Iowa City in 1917 and has since been principal of the high school at Stanwick, Iowa. After a wedding trip to the Great Lakes and Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Hoorneman will be at home in Springville, Iowa, where Mr. Hoorneman will be principal of the high school. JSSQO»»< A Collection of FOOTWEAR Imbued With Every Fall Fashion Whim :'Smart'Fall footwear offers so many^glorious new^ ideas we , cQuldi^;J)egiQ u .iiow4to.'.teIl you i .»•»,', fljua gorgeous coly ' W*;.. . A^-J_ VSWi -i** 1 * 1 -vr j • t*^° -. - 5 Autumn styles., You re cordial-^ ly invited— today. ; $4,854850 CHRISTENSEN BROS. Shoe Department All the' latest showings of fall silk dresses, Tipton' Crepe, travel prints and wool sport materials. Also a now shipment of coats on display. You will find the •real bargains at Weiss & Sorstedt Cloak Shop . headquarters while in the city. G*«r*e Si John Wed«— - , George St. John and Miss Elizabeth i Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. j Carroll who farm near Sexton, were married at the home of Father r. J. Cavern Saturday, Attendants were the groom's sister, Miss Myrtle St. John and Earl Steinman. The couple went to OkoboJI following the ceremony, and spent a few days there. They are now at home in Algona at the St. John homte. George was graduated from the Algona high school in 1924. He was one of the outstanding football players during his last years in the high school. He is now employed by Hugh Post in the dray business. Auxiliary Meeting" The August meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the Legion hall August 29. A covered dish supper will be served at six-thirty. Every meber is to bring dishes and sandwiches for her own party and one other article of food. There will be a short program followed by reports from the Tenth Annual state convention, which was held recently at Fort Dodge. A short business session will be followed by a social hour. Members of the American Legion have been invited to attend the meeting as special guests. The husbands of the Auxiliary women who are not Legion men are also invited. — \*— Country Clnb Party— Fifty-four persons attended the evening party at the Country Club Tuesday. A fine chicken dinner was served followed by bridge until ten o'clock. Mrs. A. K. Cliff won the high prize for the women, Ralph Horigan, for the men, and Mrs. M. J. Kenefick won a. prize for having the score closest to the number 1503. There was dancing after the bridge game. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel were chairmen of the committee which included Mr and Mrs-.C. H. William, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Dorothy Sampson, Mrs. Wal T ter Lorenz and M. C. McMahon. Former Algonlan Entertains— E. C. Hertig gave a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Hertig at their hotel In Buffalo Center Saturday ev- lug. The Algonlans who attended included Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton, Mr. and Mrs; M. J. Streit, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nugent, and H. W. Miller.. Mr. and Mrs. Beck of Spirit Lake were also guests. A chicken dinner was followed by bridge. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway won the high prize hi bridge. Woman's Clnb Meets— The Algona Woman's club will open the season with a dinner and program at the Country Club Thursday evening, September 11 at six-thirty o'clock Each member has the privilege of bringing one or more guests. Reservations should be made by Wednesday evening, September 10. A very interesting after dinner program is being arranged with possibly an out of town speaker. . ,^_;:— / Eutertaln for Mother^— • Mrs. W. E. McDonald: and Mrs. H. E. McMurray gave a family dinner party .Saturday evening, al? tV? McDonald home for their mqther, MKU dlark" "Coffin of Burt, whorHad been spending' the week with tfcem. ^Sfiftur*, day MM. Coffin celebrated, her eighty- elghth birthday and the party was in her Honor. She also received a shower of, birthday cards to honor of the, day.-- , - ' • Sonars Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar gave a dinner at the Country Club Thursday in honor of a number, of friends who have been visiting in Algonaj including Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Quartonj Mr. and Mis. W. B. Nugent of Chicago, and Mrs. Helen Quartpn Brushingham. There were twenty-four gueste pre- Etnt. J. S. Auner and Mrs. A. K. CliR won the high-prizes for bridge. Luncheon at Country Clnb— Mrs. D. H. Goedera entertained twenty guests Thursday afternoon at a-one o'clock luncheon at the Country Club for her mother, Mrs. A. TJhl- endorf, who left for her home in Chicago Sunday after spending; the summer here. Mrs. Al Falkenhalner won the high prize for bridge, Mrs, M. P. Weaver, the second high, and Mrs. M. P. Haggard the consolation prize. Entertained for Visitor- Mrs. George St. John and her mother, Mrs. Klahr, entertained a few, friends at a luncheon Friday after^ noon in honor of Mrs,, dark Coffin of Burt, who was visiting at the home DRESSES For every occasion—for day time or for evening wear of Chiffon, Georgette Crepe, Oanton Crepe, Satin . Crepe and Travel Prints—in rich Autumn browns, reds, greens and navy and black. The styles are varied in detail with so many new touches that give them a new look that it naturally creates a desire to- want one for early Fall Wear. CHILDREN'S DRESSES of velvet and of velvet and- challie eombin- ., ations as ;well as Cashable fi prints £ made up, in styles that are n»w-' * rv ing and very attractive.,, The New Fall Modes The results of our recent baying trip in the eastern style centers is Very conipjicubus throughout the store—as we have already received and are still unpacking each day new tilings for Fall that we think themost beautiful we have ever shown and at prices much lower than last year. COATS The Princess silhouette with the new cuff and upstanding collar richly- trimmed with large fur sets make these new coats of fine, fabrics in the new Autumn colors decidedly beautiful—and as always, the utility or travel coats of Alpaha and Bucley in the new shades promise' to be very popular. You will do well to select your coat early as the fur sets that T?e have now are perfect. . CHILDREN'S COATS made just like 1 the gro-wn-up's'with lots of style made' from ATpahs8> irr, new,'-* colors* ancf.styles that will stately please 1 the. kiddies.. ! " ,,,,., ^•^K^MS^^m^&j^^^^j^^-: _ Algona's Grrment Center . f*i ' A,Vf '••'^ of her daughter; Mrs; W. E McDonald, parft'of last week. The afternoon was spent socially. Other guests were Mv«. W. E: McDonald, Mrs. Rebecca McDonald and Mrs. O. B. Lewis. Pie Social is Success— A pie social was given at the- Sexton by the Irvingtoa Wide Awake Hall girls" club. A good program was en- Joyed by the audience. The club and 1 larm bureau appreciated the presence of a large audience. The safe of pies and ice cream amounted to twenty- three and one-half dollars for the club to be used in promoting the club activities. New Fall Styles For College Men and Young Men in Business AUTUMN SUITS Their handsome tailoring, their natty patterns and swagger style are just what young men will want this new season. FALL TOPCOATS Embued with the spirit of Autumn in their vivid, mellow patterns these new topcoats will appeal to young men in search of trimly cut garments. LUGGAGE A handsome line of trunks, bags and suit cases tor the young people leaving for college. Madson & Hanson "The Home of Better Clothes." SALE Thurs., Fri, & Sat. Chase & Sanborn Seal Brand Dated Coffee, 1 Ib. can _ Kraft's Malted Milk Chocolate, WP 1 Ib, can ***' Two cans No, Rosedale table Peaches size Decker's sliced bacon, lowana Brand per pound Food Shop Use the Phone; Bnsy Bee Crab— The Busy Bee Club met at the home of Ida Winkle Friday, August 22. Lunch was served by the. hostess at the close of the program. The next meeting will be the annual picnic, which will take place at the Ambrose' A. Call State Park, Sunday, August 31. v- —j:-,.^ . , v .- £ Were Hostesses Thursday- Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and .Mrs. H. C, Frederick were hostesses to twenty ladies at a bridge party Thursday evening at the Sawyer home. Mra M J. Streit won the first prize and Mrs W. P. French won the second high Baptist Loyal Class— The Baptist Loyal class win meet on Thursday afternoon, August M, at home of Mrs. Cora Raney. Mrs. Jes sie Stoner and Mrs. Bertha Dally wil be assisting hostesses. W. B. O. Meeting— The W. B. O. will hold their regula meeting on Tuesday, September 0. good attendance is requested as ther will be much business to attend to. M. E. Missionary— The Women's Home Missionary so ciety of the Methodist church wi: meet Thursday afternoon, Augiwt 88 at the home of Mrs, J. I, Trcutoian Eastern Star— The O. E. B. will hold its wgula monthly meeting next Tuesday even ing at eight o'clock. LOCAL NEWS. Lloyd Elston of Hurt was in th city yesterday on business. Phil Vaughfin of Fort Dodge trans acted business In Algona Tuesday. Banker Ed. F. Rahm of St. Benedlc was over on business yesterday. Mose Crawford of Whlttemore wa calling on Algona friends yesterda Bonny Lee Bonar had her adenok removed this morning at the Algon hospital. Artie Curran, the LuVerne town ship potato king, was la the city o Tuesday. Th« Algona Co-Operative- Creamery j Bring redecorated and'painted on he inside this weekc. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Guy of LuVerne re the parents of a. baby girl: born' August 23 at the Algona hospital. Mrs. B F. Crose ia expected home fo- ay from Olendale, California, where ie has spent the past year. Her aughter, Lucille, Is employed'tn Glendale. Miss Dorothy Heln of Maritoto Is here for a visit at the home of Mrs; Xannie Setchell,.as a guest of Elchard Setchell, who now makes his home in Algona. .'*'.. Mrs. J. J. Cline, former Algona lady, was up from her home ini Des; Moines «st week looking after business matters and calling on some< o£ her old riends. Mr. and Mm John Bontley of Madlon, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Tracy Vag- ey of Monroe, Wisconsin, visited this week at 'the home of DC. and F. B, Sawyer. G. W. StiUman went t» Maxwell om Saturday after Mrs. Stlllman and their ittle daughter, who had. 1 been visiting- wlrs. Stlllman's mother; Mrs. Minnie Holland,, for a few daya, Melzac FalkenhalnejvW. P. Preach; W. A. Lorenz, H. D. Glapsaddle, John, Haggard and Kenneth, Shager of Dows drove to Cour O'BaiHes In Wisconsin last' Friday- foran;outing- Mr; and: Mrs: M. F". Baker of DeWitt were guests Sunday of Mr, and' Mrs, H. E; Soratedt,. Mfc Baker i* m bank receiver.- The J. & Nelsons, of Orleans were guests at the; Sorstedt home last week ateoj Mrs; J. W. Robinson of Cedar Falls in< Algona Sunday caffinjr on old friends. She came with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Morning; also of Cedar Falls: Mrs. RoBinson lived in Algona- a number of years ago. Mr. Robinson was a hardware' man here for a- number' of years. Mr. and' Mns. Alfred BeSencSt are tba patents of at- baby boy born August 21 at the Algona hospital. The Sehencks now have a fine quartet of boys as this Is the fourth child. Mrs. Schanck was Elizabeth HJpton bafore ber marrlags. . j Mrs. J. A. Freeh enjoyed a visit; the of the week froia a brother, Lewis Sorensem. of CanbjR, spnnesota. .Who diove wlSftr his wife, soiji arid daughter to Algona. They left. »n Sunday : for HuntaJs, Kansas, vtase they expected to v^it another sltesr,. Miss Id* Soren- pen». rubber ia selling for half oC productkati cost. WUH these law' tir« scices lastjp A good Wme to ttoffl;. 30x4.50 O. & J. $5 J&.—Gamble: Stores. USED CAR Bai*gains DURING FAIR WEEK 1927 Hudson coach, 1929 Whippet coach. 1928 Chevrolet sedan. 1927 Master Buick 1929 Olds coach. 1929 Essex sedan. 1926 Studebaker sedan 1927 Olds sedan. See our new car 'display at the Northwest cornel 1 of the Floral Hall at the JCossuth County Fair, . (Olds, BuicJ?, Ppntiac m$ Whippet, Algona Motor Sales Phone 714 Iowa %38x®&^^

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