The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1930 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 8, 1930
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fhe Upper Des Moines-Eepubiican, October 8^1930 SOCIETY* B)f Federation Meeting— The Kossuth County Federation Women's clubs hlet at the Country Clul Tuesday with the Algona W .C. T. U and the four rural clubs which includi th e Plum Creek Social and Literary Club, and the Mothers and Daughter clubs of Union, Cresco and Pour Corners as hostesses. The meetine was the largest chib meeting held in thi county with about two hundred pre sent. Mrs. George Johnson of Plum Creek is chairman of the county fed eratfon and presided. Mrs. Claytoi Phiilips of Liverrnore was one of th speakers and talked on the biennla convention of Federated Clubs which was held at Denver In June. Mrs Stella Reed pave a talk on Club Work Vocal solos were sung by Mrs. G. D Shumway accompanied at the plan* by Mrs. C. H. Cretzmever. Club rp ports were given. Mrs. R. R. Robert of Britt gave reports of Welfare Pro jects, and Airs. Donald Weir of Burt gave a group of readings. A piano solo •was played by Mrs. Pearl Potter o Cresco township. A one act play was given by members of th e entertaining clubs who Included Mrs. Perry Phil lips of Plum Creek, Mrs. Louis Bode o Union, Mrs. Carl Seip of Four Corners and Atha Hardgrove. who represented the W« C. Tj.tfr Dinner was scored a twelve j>'cl«ik td all. Large -Piufiiy at Country Club— Or^ of the largest bridge parties o the season, was given last Saturday a the Country Club by Mrs. D. P. Smith Mrs. M. J, Quinn. Mrs. Ralph Horrigar Mrs. Henry Relmftr, Mrs. W. A. Foster Mrs. W. il Daughan, Mrs M. J. Kene fick, Mrs. E. R; Morrison and Mrs. T H. Larson- A two course luncheon was served at one o'clock to the guest, who were seated at five tables, deco rated in yellow. Prizes were won bj Mrs. A. K. ClifT. Mri C. T. Chubb Mrs. W. P. Hemphffl, Mrs Harold Gil more, Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. P. H, Seller, Mrs. A C. Willey, and Mrs. M. J. Pool. Mrs. H. B. Blizzard of Manson who was a guests at the Dr. A. D. Adams home and Mrs. Clara Dalton of Minneapolis, who is visiting at the Lynn Keith home, were out of town guests. Surprise Party— Seven couples drove out to the Ralph Brown home Friday evening for a surprise birthday party on Mrs. Brown The evening was spent playing bridge at four tables. Prizes were won by Mrs Ttussel Maxwell and John Brown the high prize, and Mrs. Wm. Rlnggen berg received the consolation prize Those who attended the party includec Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs Roy BJustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rihggen- berg, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown ant Mr. and Mrs .Clifton BJustrom. C. D. of A-'s Elect Officers— Officers were elected by the Catholic Daughters of America at their regular meeting Monday evening, October 1. Miss Jennie Cooney was chosen grand regent Other officers are: Mrs. Alice Holtzbauer, yice regent; Mrs. Rose; Hoitzbauer, prophetess; Mrs. Ursula Daughan, lecturer; Mrs. Sadie —Frank!, historian; Miss, Mary Strait, ' financial secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Ho.!ines,_treasurer;=Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, monitor; Mrs. Minnie Shick, sentinel; Mrs.'Maudi Kohlhaas, Mrs. R. E. Kain, and Mrs. Mayme Kelly are trustees! i Mrs. Mary Barry, organist ' Helen Becker Enterteln*- ~'~' " Helen Beckeri daughter of Mr. and vMrs. W. J. Becker, celebrated her ^ixte^nth birthday Monday evening "with aiparty for fifteen girl friends. "The guests played five hundred and "danced. ''Inna Dee Roupe won the high •prize, Elaine Issacson, second and Le- •"ona tiichter, the low prize. Other sguests were Eleanor Backus, Helen : Morrow, Sara Doran, Esther Dearchs, "Ire»* and Marguerite Dalzlel, Helen Goeders, Bernice Harrington, Virginia Good, Madonna Quinn, Edna Gilmore, and Josephine Chubb. M. E. Slipper and Bake Sale— The M. E. Ladies' Aid will have its annual rummage and bake sale on Saturday, October 18. Their annual chicken pie supper will be held November 15. Further announcements about each affair will be made later. Gilmores Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore entertained sixteen friends at a bridge dinner Monday evening. Mrs. F. D. Williams won the 'high bridge prize for the ladies and-W. P. Hemphill won .the men's high prize. Past Matrons' Night— The members of the local chapte of thg Order of Eastern Star put ot an entertainment Tuesday evening fo: their Past Matrons. Each Past Mat ron was presented with a corsage bou quet. Mrs. Mary Patterson was givei a special honor because she ts th only one of th e charter members who has belonged continuously since ths organization of the local chapter forty-two years ago. Refreshments were served, the Past Matrons and the Pas Patrons being served at one large table Married September 28— Mllford Green, youneest son of Mrs George Wilson of Algona and Mis 1 Eleanor Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nielsen of Mason City were married Sunday. September 28. at Mason City, They are now at home a Webster City where Milford is employed in the A. & P. grocery. MUfon was graduated about two years ago from the Algona high school. While he was in school he was employed a the Moe <fe Sjogren store and later oi the local A. & P. store. Two One O'clock Luncheons— Mrs. G. D Shumway and Mrs. M. J Streit gave two one o'clock luncheons last week Wednesday and Thursday at the Shumway home. Sixteen guests were entertained each day. Wednesday the high prize was won by Mrs. Harold Gilmore. and the second high by Mrs. F. F. Barker. Mrs. J. L, Bonar won the first prize Thursday and Mrs H. M. Hauberg won the second high A color scheme of pink and green was used both days. Irvington Wide Awak The Irvingtori Wide Awake girls' club will meet with Mrs. Harry Seeley on Saturday, October 11. Roll call will be answered by "Good Manners in a Restaurant" A talk on "The Place of Accessories in Our Wardrobe" will be given by Georgia Ann GelgeL Irene Capesius will talk on bias tape and its uses, and Ruth Black on decorative stitches. Gladys Jensen will be in charge of a guessing contest Eleanor Keen is hostess— Miss Eleanor Keen entertained number of girl friends at six-thirty dinner Friday evening at the home oi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent socially and playing games The guests included Virginia Schnepf Mary Elizabeth Foster, Gertrude Long, Gertrude Morrow, Margaret Lease Margaret Vigars, Bernice Dearchs. W. R .C. Meeting— ' The W. R. C. will meet Thursday evening, October 14, at seven-thirty. There is considerable work to do and a full attendance is desired. The local W. R. C. was invited to a meeting of the Ringsted Corps Tuesday, September 30, and twenty-one members went to see the inspection of the Ringsted chapter. .... : _.. .. . . • :• !**! Lowes Entertain Club— ' ~'~ . Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lowe entertained their dinner bridge club Friday evening. There are twelve in the club. Virs. Fred Bartholomew won the hign prlz e for the ladies and W. D. Howls won- the men's high prize. Consola;ton prizes were won by Fred Bartho- omew and Mrs. W. D. Howie. D. P. Smiths Entertain— ~" ' Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith were host and hostess to twenty-eight guests last Thursday evening at a seven o'clock Jhher" given at the Country Club. Bridge was the diversion of the even- ng. Miss M. J. Coate and F. H. Kent won the high prizes, and H. R. Cowan 'on the cut prize. 'hree Couples Entertain—Mr, and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mr. and ,lrs. G. W. StUlman and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz entertained forty guests t a bridge dinner at the Country Club .unday. G.-D.-Shumway and Mrs. W. '. French won .the high prizes and Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford won the amily prizes. Dorcas Society— The Dorcas society of the First uutheran Church will meet Friday af- ernoon at two-thirty at the home of Miss Hilma Ostrum with Mrs. D. D. tfonlux assisting. There will be regu- ar services at the church Sunday with he school at ten and morning wor- ihlp at 10:45. Emmetsburg Couple Has Golden Wedding. Whittemore. October 7. Special: Mr. and Mrs. Korleski celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home in Emmetsburg Sunday. The date of the marriage was February 26, but owing to a death In the family, the celebration was postponed until this week. A three course dinner was served to nearly a hundred relatives. The table colors were gold and house was decorated in chrysanthemus and autumn leaves. A mock wedding was held by the grandchildren after the dinner. Open house was kept during the afternoon and many called to congratulate the couple. Among the gifts were S25 In gold given to each of the couple. Mr. Korleski and Josephine Nowaskl were born in Poland, Germany, both coming to Chicago when Quite young. They were married in that city on February 26, 1880. Later they lived in Dwight Illinois, and thirty-eight years ago came to Whittemore .settling on a farm in Fairville township. Twelve years ago they retired to Emmetsburg. They were the parents of thirteen children, nine of whom are still living. All were present with their families at the home Sunday. They are Mrs. Ross Fries, Cylinder; Mrs. John Fude. Cylinder; Mrs. Frank Farrell. Whittemore; Mrs. L. L. Laughlin, Omaha; Mrs. F. F. Peterson, Arnold's Park; Mrs. Arnold Deeming, GraetUnger; Joseph Korleski, Emmetsburg; John Korleski, Ren wick; William Korleski, Mallard; Frank Korleski, Emmetsburg. Other guests from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leners, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donbeck. Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Leonard, Algona; Miss Grace Hanna, Omaha; Mrs. Lucy Nowaski, Chicago; and Veronica Wolfe, GraetUnger. Algona to Have Pee Wee Golf Indoors. Algona will soon have an Indoor Pee Wee golf course. Killion & Muckey, who have been conducting the Pee Wee course on East State street are building an indoor course in the Galbralth building over the Bloom stores. This was for years the Masonic lodge room and a crew is at work now remodeling and decorating the room for an 18-hole course. New York style. This location is ideal and the owners expect to make it a model course. P. O. Examination Called lor Sexton. An examination-has been called for the Sexton post office to take plaee In Algona. Applications for this examination close October 31. A vacancy exists at Sexton caused by the resignation of M. E. Quinn because of ill health. The compensation for this Office during the last fiscal year was S504. Applicants must have readied their twenty-firth birthday, but not their twenty-fifth Birthday, but not within the territory supplied by the post office. Application blanks may be secured from the Civil Service commission, Washington, D. C., and must be on file not later than October 31. M. J. McCall, local secretary, will conduct the examination. dard of Thanks. We wish to express our appreciation and thanks to all who assisted us at the time of the funeral and burial of Martin J. Murphy. — Mrs,. Martin J. Murphy and relatives. 17* GOOD HOPE NEWS. Get Together Club— The Get Together bridge club was »ntertained Monday at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. M. P. 5^>»W»SCK^^ . Weem b e ers Other guests besides S. E. the Coming to GARNER Wm. Deerfoot, the Reliable Ton Ka Wah Indian Medicine Man of Iowa City, Iowa, will he in Garner, Iowa, at the Victoria Hotel, Wednesday, October 15, until live p. m. Consultation in regards to medicine free. Everybody welcome. Please come and see me. Mrs. Q. B. Quarton, and Mrs D. H. Hallowe'en decorations were Goeders. used. Woman's Club— The Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday evening at seven-tnjr- ty. Senator A. L. Rule of Mason City will be present and give an illustrated talk on Alaska. His talk will be followed with a selection by a male quartet. _____ ••*• P. E. O. Meeting— The P .E. O.'s met last week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. A constitutional quiz and a reading on child psychology by Mrs. A. Hutchison were a part of the program. W. C. T. TJ. Meeting— The W. C. T. U. will meet at the ^^ ACME Chocolates known the world over. Bulk or pound and half pound packages. Our candy department is complete. Long's Food Store Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. Mary D. Moore were dinner guests at the Wm. Treptow home on Sun-> day. . _, . _. ... : _ ..,, .„ ' The doctor was called to the Don Moore home on Friday of last week on account of the illness of the young son, Merrill, with intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McArthur and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peck visited the Bert Peck'family at Fort Dodge Sunday. The latter are leaving soon for California where they will spend the winter. . . ., .. .-.-,. Mr. .and Mrs. W. I. Dodds and fam- ly visited the Albert Edgar family, at Sew Hampton from Friday to Sunday, September 26 to 28. William Dodds and his -chum; Ervln Laabs, looked af- ;er things around the Dodds farm during the family's absence. » An enthusiastic meeting was held of he Good Hope Ladies' Aid society at he home of Mrs. Ed. Broesder on last Thursday for the first meeting In the new conference year. Important busi- less was transacted which was followed iy a delightful social hour. Mrs. Broeser was assisted by Mrs. W. C. Nelon. A baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. roren Brown, south of Algona farmers, s the first grand child of the bride's iarents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laabs of his community. Needless to say that, f possible, the latter are more excited ovr the event than are the parents f the child. The little one arrived on Monday morning. A large congregation was out at Good lope for the first Sunday of the new conference year. The outlook-, for the work at both Good Hope and South Cresco during the next twelve months s full of promise which may be carried o fulfillment with the co-operation of all the people. Consideration will be given to plans for the work at the services next Sunday. An important bit of new road work is being done in Lotts Creek township with the grading of two miles of dirt road running west from the northwest corner of the P. A. McArthur farm. This is part of the mail and cream routes and in bad weather has presented a problem. It will doubtless be gravelled in the spring, connecting the stretch with other all-weather roads. Mrs. W. I. Dodds and her brother, Carl Kueck, left on Friday via auto for several days' visit with relatives and friends in Minnesota. They went direct to Redwood Falls, where Mrs; Dodds has two nieces, Mesdames Philip and Fred Reiman, and a nephew, Geo. Golmar. Enroute home, Marshall, Minnesota, will be visited at which place Mrs. Dodds has a sister, Mrs. Tillle Paul. Mike King, of Gallup, Montana, drove up from Iowa City on Friday of last week for an overnight stay at the home of his sister, Mrs. Hugh McMahon. He was accompanied by their niece, Miss Wilma Leehney. Mr. King was sia moned from the west by the crit'cal illness of his and Mrs. McMahon's father at Iowa City. The latter has been cared for through several years of declining health by another daughter. Mrs. Wm. Broederson had the misfortune on Monday a week ago to fall on the cellar stairs at her home, causing a simple but exceedingly painful fracture of the bones in her ankle. The injured member has been placed in a cast and the patient will be kept from her normal activities for several weeks. The accident occurred when Mrs. Broederson stepped on the edge of the third step from the bottom of the stairs which had been weakened in the process of putting wood in the cellar, During her illness she is staying at the home of her mother, Mrs. P. A. McArthur. home of Mrs. Roy Richardson Tuesday afternoon, October 14, at two-thirty, Mrs. Matthew Dalaiel will be the leader. St. Thomas Guild— St. Thomas Guild will meet on Thursday, October 16, with Mrs. H. E. Wood ward of Whittemore. Arthur Cassetn is now employed as clerk at the Whiter drug store. Frank Thomson attended the Methodist conference at Storm Lake last; week. W. O. Nelson spent the week end in Chicago, visiting his daughters, Alvira and Virginia. Miss Esther Kamer of Buffalo Center is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. R Seimans this week. Mrs. P. C. Dahl is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hubert Kruse of O'Neill, Nebraska, this week. Mrs. Chas. Knutson of Little Falls Minnesota, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. O. Nelson, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Griffith, who have spent the past two weeks with relatives here, returned Sunday to Fort Dodge Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell returned last week from a six weeks' trip to the western coast and other places of interest. The Luther League of the Immanuel Lutheran church took charge of the Sunday evening services at Dunnell Minnesota. Cecil Peterson is recovering from an operation for appendicitis and will soon be back on his Job as mall carrier In a few days. A joint reception for the Methodist pastor and wife. Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver will be held at the church Friday night. Mrs. R. J. Larson and daughter, Irma, accompanied by Lee Robinson of Gaettinger were Sunday guests at the P. W. Larson home. A roller skating rink has been opened by Forest Hanifan at the Woodmen opera house. The rink will be open three nights during the week. Swea City will open a new enterprise namely The Swea City Hatchery with Martin Dahl as manager. The hatchery will occupy the G. O. Anderson building. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Janes and family. of Laurens are now occupying the rooms over the Pearson Garage and Mr. Janes Is employed as mechanic for .the Pearson Automobile Company. ^ Water mains have been extended in the north part of the city residence section. Connections for city ".water were made by Gunner Senstrom; Fred Miehe, Edwin Hovey and Dillard Bishop. Mesdames H. Myhr, A. J. Christensen, R. A. Bravender, W. E. Carlson, P. W. Larson, P. J. Heiken are in attendance at the county federated club meeting at the Country Club at Algona today. Arthur Peterson, formerly associated with his brother, Guy Peterson of the Peterson Baking Company, has purchased the Wilson Bakery at Thompson. Art has made many friends here who wish him success. The Armstrong Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church entertained the members of f.u Swea City Methodist church at tueir new edifice on Wednesday of last "week. A social afternoon was enjoyed by all. Henry Johnson of the Phillips Oil Company was the subject of an operation for ulcers of the stomach at the Fairmont hospital Saturday. He is getting along as well as could be hope! for, which is good news to his hosts of friends. H. Bowman of Fort Lodge will open a barber shop in the building formerly occupied by the Lyric Theatre, now owned by Mrs. Anna Larson. Mr. Bowman is a member of the famous Fort Dodge drum and bugle corps and is In attendance at the national convention of the American Legion at Boston, Massachusetts, but expects to have his place open for business by October 15. Mrs. P. J. Heiken will entertain the Thursday club on Thursday. The lesson topic will be "Americanization." The subject of the meeting will be "Our Flag." History of the Development of our Flag and Seal of the United States will be given by Mrs. Sperbeck; President's Flag and our State Banner by Mrs. Hewitt; How to display the Flag, with Demonstrations of Same by Mrs. W. Leland. The Swea City Library, formerly in charge of the Thursday club, has now been turned over to the Swea City Library association and is now a state public library In charge of a board of trutees, of which A. B. Tweeten is the president; Mrs. Walter Smith, vice president; Mrs. P. W. Larson, secretary; and Mrs. Clare Erickson, librarian. New books will be purchased at an early date. Com and Potato Day will be held at the Swea City high school gymnasium on Saturday aftornoon, October 11, under the auspices of the boys of the Smith-Hughes department. Prizes will be paid for corn, oats, barley, potatoes. A demonstration team from Buffalo Center is expected to be here. O. H. Fitch of the Iowa Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association; A. B. Schenck, champion corn grower, will be present. Competition will be open to all hi the vicinity of Swea City. The "Yo-Yo" contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary as a publicity feature for a benefit luncheon on Saturday evening proved a very interesting affair. In the preliminary contest Harlena Molrfn won first and Hazel Rohlln second place. In the endurance contest "Bobby" Haglund won first and Gifford Smith second place. The Isenberg quartette sang several numbers which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The proceeds from the sale of lunches will be used for welfare work. VWW&H*^^ We Compete and Beat Sale Prices at all Times on Quality Merchandise Our experience has taught us that goods will move quickly if priced low enough, as the public is always quick to appreciated real values. 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