The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1930 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 15, 1930
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The tipper Des Moines-Republican, October 16,1930 SOCIETY! Royal Neighbor Convention— The Royal Neighbors of Emmet, Ko?- suth. and Pa!o Alto counties held their district convention here last Thursday Rt the Royal Neighbor hall. There were about 275 present represent jr.? .twenty camps. Stpt<? Supervising Deputy Florence Bridees of Mapleton was present and pave a helpful t.alk or. the work of the «"r:-:-iy and the necessity of life ir.^irance. Mabel Pott, district deputy of Sparer, was a1?r> her? and gave a rrspo«?F. The address of welcome was given by Postmaster Sid J. Backus. Work was put on in the afternoon by Esthervilie nnd fifteen new members were taken in. The evening Initiation was put on by the Bri't camp who kindly consented to do it although not Included in this district. Twelve were initiated in the evenln?. The day was ideal fcr the convention and the camps responded very nicely to the tasks they were asked to do. j Dinner was served by the Legion Auxi- j llary and some went to the academy • for dinner. Lunch was served after the program by F. D. Mathes. Ringsted extended an invitation to have the convention there in 1931. District Legion-Anxiliarr— The Tenth District of the American legion and Auxiliary will hold their regular meeting here Wednesday. Oc- Those attending were Dorothy nnd Evelyn Pearl. Rubr. Alt. Dorothy War3. Ar.iis ihr»rr,p«on. Knthryn Bode. Bfrnsdino, Alice 1 , nnd Madonna Mahoner anci Margnrrt ,'enk;!\=on. Eleanor Cr.nks'^ar.k as.fis!f<5 Mr?. .Tenkin- ?cn with she ?f-rvine. Givp rarir a I Fft-irnsons— Mr?. C. H. Wi-Mams. Mrs. Louis? Hrde nnd Mrs. Ciatr? Andrrson rntrr- tflincd abtm* srvrnty 1r?ri:r> i3M Tlsur?- day aftrrrioon a! B one o'r'ock hinch- pfn r.t the home of Mr?. Wrn. K. F?r- giiJWi. Autumn colors were wed for decoratine. Parlor hostossr? •srrrp Mrs. Harxild Gsimore. Mrs D. P. Paxson nn3 Mrs. A. E, Michel Out of town pupyt- included Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whit temore and Mrs H. O. Burll and Mrs. Chas. Patterson of Burt. Following an afternoon of bridre. the hieh scor» was awarded to Mrs. J. L. Bonar. sec- i ond hieh to Mrs. P. J. Chrislensfn an.! i consolation to Mrs. H. A. Reimer. Bishops Congratulate Father Davern Clapsaddle Dinner Party— Mr. and Mrs, Horace Clapssddle entertained twenty-four priests at dinner last Sunday. Among the Ernests were Mrs. Clapsaddle's mother, Mrs. Bertha Pritehard of Oeden. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Priichard and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fairchild and family. Mr. and tober 22. at the Lejrion hall. A ban- Mrs - Marti » Carlson and daughter, quet will be served at six o'clock at the F?rn - Mr - anci JllTS - ErnU H «5 bl um and I. O. O. F. hall by the members of th-- daughtar - Hc!en and Waltcr Pritchard Royal Neighbors." Amon? the Amerf-1 and son - Arthur - ay frora Ofrden and can Legion state officers and Auxiliary ! Boone - The gwsts ^e"? brothers anci officers who plan to be here October J s - ters of 22 are Maurice Cahlll. state command- I former adjutant; „, ..~^.-., __ editor of the Iowa Legionalre- Wm. 1 ^^^ T^eoGore Goeders gave a birth Deming, state vice commander; Sirs, i day dinner Party Sunday in honor o Bernard Dubbert. state president- Mrs her hasband - The RU«ts were Mr M. Merton Skelly, state secretary- and and Mrs - John Go 60 * 15 - XIr - and Mrs Mrs. Chas See, tenth district commit- Tony G^ro an d children. Mr. and teewoman. These people will address' Mrs " John C 3 ? 8 *"" 5 - Mr- ana Mrs. the meeting after the banquet Speicher-Krongh Nuptials— Marjorie Vaneta Speicher of Algona and Fred N. Krough of Maple Hill, Iowa, were married Wednesday. October 8, by the Rev. W. A- Frazier at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren. They were attended by Aaron Kleiver of Emmetsburg and Elaine Holdren of Algona. The bride wore a dress of blue and white crepe and carried a bouquet ius Capesius of Algona and Mr. ani Mrs. Nick Goeders, Leo Goeders and Miss Susie Goeders of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders will leave about the first of November for California, where they plan to spend the winter. Celebrate Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary last Sunday evening, October 12, with a of maiden blush, gladiolas and baby!supper which was attended by forty breath. The bridesmaid wore delft i persons. The evening was spent play•blue georgette and carried a bouquet of white and pink carnations and baby breath. The groom Is a prosperous young farmer of Maple Hill, and is the son of John Krough. The bride is the daughter of George Speicfaer and has made her home in and near Algona most of her life. Union Township Party— Hazel Jenkinson entertained twelve of her little school chums at a six . o'clock dinner at her home Thursday evening,. October 9 in honor of her tenth birthday. After school games were played untfl dinner was served at one long table, which was decorated with a birthday cake and lolly pops dressed up in black and orange crepe paper to represent witches for favors. ing five hundred, with intermissions of singing and music. Henry Wegener won the men's high prize and G. Gronbach the low prize. The women's high prize was won by Mrs. A. C. Becker and the low prize was won by Mrs. Max Bast. _. . _. —Courtesy Des Moines Register. Bishop Edmond Heelan of Sioux City (left) and Bishop Thomas W. Drumm of Des Moines (right) with Father T. J. Davern, who is in charge of the local St. Cecelia's parish. The bishops were here for the Golden Jubilee of the church which was held last week. Woman's Clnb Meeting— The Algona Woman's club met Friday evening of last week at the library and listened to a very interesting illustrated lecture on Alaska and the National Parks by Senator A. L. Rule of Mason City. Mrs. A. E. Michel song a solo and encore. Delegates elected to the district convention which s to be held at Boone October 23 and 24, are Mrs. S. E. McMahon, Mrs. T. H. Holmes and Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Something New to Save YourJdears This new invention actually flushes out the gear cases. Something which motor car instruction books say should be done at least every 2,500 miles. To remove the old, gritty grease,' filings, etc., which wear and tear the life out of, gears and car. S Gear Flushing Service Has the gear cases ready in a jiffy to fill with fresh Alemite Transmission Lubricant. This lubricant by actual tests will give 1 to Itf more miles per gallon of gasoline. /• Birthday Parly- Miss Isabel Greenberg entertained welve friends at a six o'clock din-.ier Tuesday evening in honor of her thh-- eenth birthday. The guests included I lelen Sterling, Marion Corey, Shu-ley SlLsworth, Dorothy Marty, Betty Gunn, Maine Ostrum, Geneva Scharlach, Esther Taylor, Arlene Granzow, Ella May Johnson and Ruth Maleug. The venlng was spent socially and play- ng games. Entertain at Cooneys— Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. J. W Mangan, Mrs. Anna March and Mrs. .Henry Reimer entertained forty guests at the home of the Cooney sisters on Tuesday evening at a six-thirty dinner. Hallowe'en decorations were used. The evening was spent at bridge. Mrs. W. B. Barry won the high prize, Mrs. Victor Lowe, the second high, and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, tne third prize. W. B. C. Club—. The W. R. C. club will meet Wed- hesday afternoon, October 22, at two- thirty with Mrs. F, H. Shackelford. There will be a short business meet- LOCAL ACADEMY DEFEATED SUNDAY ing followed by refreshment, serving committee will include The Mrs. Shackelford, Mrs. Roy Marty, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Rose Loper, Miss Myra Ostrum and Miss Myrtle St. John. Entertain for Sixteen— Miss Eva Streit and her sister, Mrs. Maurice Cullen of Whittemore were hostesses Monday evening at a bridge party at the A. Streit home. There were sixteen guests. Mrs. Harry McCorkle won the first prize and Mrs. •Charles City Academy Won Over St. Cecelia's 18 to 6 in Local's First Game. POURING RAIN MADE FIELD A QUAGMIRE, Locals Showed Lots of Scrap But Aro Inexperienced and Have No Regular Couch. Game at Athletic Park. St. Cecelia's academy football team played its first football game Sunday at the Athletic Park and lost to the Chares City academy eeven by the score of 18 to- 6. The' local academy gave a good account of itself and showed a great amount of fight. This is the first year they have had a team and are getting out themselves with no regular coach. Considering the fact that there are only three grades in the high school department, the boys are to be congratulated on their showing. The game was played, for the most part, in a driving rain which hampered both teams. Algona scored first, making their gains through the line Algona Boy Stars For Creighton Frosh. Joe Sheppard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard of Algona, is making quite a name for himeslf in freshman football at Creighton University tn Omaha. Joe was graduated from the Algona high school with the class of 1929. The following article was clipped from the Creightonian, the Creighton school paper: "Joe Sheppard prepped at Algona, Iowa, high school. While there he won three letters In basketball, four In football and two In tracki He held down an end position on the grid team, a guard position In basketball and in trade he high-Jumped and tossed the weights. "It is on the gridiron that he stars. He was an all-state man his senior year in high school. At the present time he is holding down a wing post on the Jay frosh eleven and Is regarded as one of the most likely prospects to ever matriculate on the nfll. "He was an all-northeastern choice in the cage sport. It was during his senior year that Jack North, well- known sports scribe, classified him as one of the outstanding basketball players in that part of the state." Eugene Kenefick won the second prize, with Hanson doing most of the crash- Alpha-Delphian Club— The Alpha-Delphian club will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Raymond Norton. The topic will be the ,hlrd lesson in the book. Mrs. Flora Norton assisted by Mrs. Katherine Gilmore will give a review of the play, 'Death Takes a Holiday." VIrs. IMinkler Entertains— Mrs. Loren Minkler entertained five cables of bridge Tuesday evening. The high prize was won by Mrs. H. D. Clap- VIC LOWE Alemiting Batteries GLEN MCMURRAY Washing Vulcanizing Brake Service Hfjii. one ^ to wear a VMRCIN DIAMOND Since this world came into existence, long before the time of man, your Virgin Diamond was awaiting the day when you would be the first to wear it. Distinctive designs in a wide range of prices, standard the world over, may be secured only through an Authorized Virgin Diamond Dealer F. W. WEHLER & CO. Jewelers & Optometrists. &W/XGff®&8^^ ed late In the evening. saddle. Mrs. A. J. Schnepf won thj garty, who was playing in the local , second high and Mrs. A. H Borchardt, i line, was aways in there willing to mix | the low prize. Refreshments were serv- with anyone. He will make a football - J '-'- '" "- --—•--- jplayer with a little more experience, as none of them had any more scrap than he did. Evan Finnell is the captain o: the team. There would have been a large crowd on the field if it had not been for the rain, as it was a large number witnessed the game from their cars outside the fence. The academy boys have a number of games scheduled for this year and those who go to see them will see a good scrappy outfit In the field and they will get their money's worth of everything. The lineup for the Algona team was n>; follows: Bestenlehner, L. E.; Baker, L. T.; Robinson, L. G.; Zender, C.; Kohlhaas, R. G.; Hegarty, R. T.; Streit, R. E.; E. Finnell, captain, Q. B.; Capesius, L. H.; Kelly, R. H.; Hanson, F. B.; Entertain for Mrs. Bright— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson entertained a number of friends at a picnic at the shelter house at the Ambrose A. Call state park this noon in honor of Mrs. J. R. Bright of California, who lived in Algona a number of years ago. Missionary Society— The Missionary society of the Congregational church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles, on Thursday, October 16, at three o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth will be the assisting hostess. Entertained Club— Mrs Molzar Falkenhainnr entertain- | (,'fl her club hist Wednesday. The afternoon was spent playing bridge at j two tables. Mrs. Roy Keen won the high prize. Baptist Mission Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jerrv Hclgons. Mrs. F. H. Webster will be the leader on the subject, "Cuba's Churches." Club is Entertained— Mrs. John Dutton entertained her bridge club Friday evening. Mrs. Am- imson won the high score prize and Mrs. Leon Merritt won the low score prize. Baptist Supper— The Baptist Ladies' Aid society has reserved Saturday evening, November 1. us the elate for their annual chicken pie supper. Naomi Circle— The Naomi Circle will meet Tuesday, October 21 with Mrs. Lloyd Pool. Members please note the change of date. cessorto Rev been cos- Rev. Frazier Moves to Fond du Lac. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Frazier and daughter, Louise, left Friday for their new home at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, where Rev. Frazier accepted the call to the Congregational church in that city. Paul, their son, who is employ!<„„ „„,< ir.i« 11 ™ i v 11., < ^^'"i 6 ^ afc tne Cal1 Opera House, remained iffhtinfanThftime 1 Af£r Wto 1 * A1 ^^ f - ^ present. No sue- locals showed up weak on pass defense never having been taught just how tn cover a pass receiver and consequently the visitors were able to push the ball over for touchdowns. Both teams made some nice runs regardless of the fact that the field was a quagmire and Charles City showed up well on passes. Once in a while the Irish of both teams would become aroused and a few fists would fly but that is what is to be expected when they get together. One young "Bohemian" by the name of Emmet He- en. Rev. and Mrs. Frazier and family were very popular, here and their departure is regretted by many of their friends. Degan Given 5 to 20 , Years in Penitentiary. Lawrence Degan, who was indicted about two weeks ago for the robbery of the Bank of LuVerne on August 20, was sentenced to from five to twenty years in the Minnesota state penitentiary yesterday by the court in Mankato after pleading guilty to robbln? the bank at Judson, Minnesota, July 26. This is a break for Degan as he would probably have been life if he had been tried here In Iowa, although in all probability h e will be brought here for trial after serving the Minnesota sentence. Corn Algona Markets. .70 Oats ........ ...................... 27 Barley Hogs 38 9.UO Hens ........................ .16-.14-.12 Springs ..................... .io-.13-.ld Mrs. G. C. Barton, W. E. Laird, Peter Hansen and Miss Edna Staley of Burt plan to drive to Des Moines to attend the Rebekah state assembly Substitutes were Dunn for Zender and | wnlch is to be held ln Des Mo i R es Oc- Omer Kelly for Capesius ! tober 21 _ 22 and 23. Mrs. Barton goes as a delegate from the Rebekah lodge of this district. Mr. Laird will attend the I. O. O. F. grand lodge and Peter Hansen is a delegate to the grand en- Inside Pee Wee Golf Course to Open Soon. Algona will soon have an indoor Pee Wee Kolf course where the crowds can spend their evenings playing the game which as an outdoor sport has been such an attraction this summer. Kil- llan & Muckey will be ready in a short time to open their winter course in the old Masonic hall above the Blooms store. The men have been painting and redecorating the rooms all week, and equipment for the fail-ways is all ready to put together. Goat hair matting which is of much the same texture as the Kentucky bent wire grass which is used on the greens of the regular golf courses will be used on all the fairways in the Pee Wee course. Some clever hazards have been developed which will try the skill of the players, and make the game interesting. Mr. Killian has secured some of the newest artificial hazards which are on the market, and is the first man to receive them for his course. The course is laid out for eighteen holes. At present the outdoor course Is still enjoying an active business for this time of year. Further announcements will be made next week. campment. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White are planning to go to Port Dodge Thursday to meet their daughter, Mrs. C. Max Buck and two children, Billy and Juanita. Mr. Buck who is pastor of the Christian church at Prairie City has gone] to Washington, D. C., to attend the! National Christian Endeavor conven-' tion, which is to be held there during j the next two weeks. Mrs. Buck and the children will stay here while he is gone. Notice. Anyone having bills against the Algona base ball team should present them at once to L. C. Reding, secretary. 18 Dance, Fall season's opening dance at Wesley, Tuesday, Octobed 21st Music by Bart's Victorians Orchestra, WHO radio artists. We promise you a real dance. Don't mlsa it, QenU $1.00, Ladies free. 18* Congregational C&ufch, Sunday School will be at ten o'clock ntSxt Sunday, October 19th, aifd all members and friends are particularly invited to attend during the interim between pastors. Help tis to maintain interest in this great work of spiritual education and to promote the atmosphere of true religion amongst our people pending the calling of a new pastor.—H. D. Hutchins, superintendent. First Lutheran Church. Friday afternoon arid evening the Bethphage Festival Will be held at the parsonage from 2:30 to 6:00 and from 7:3 to 9:00. Refreshrrients will be served by Mrs. C. E. Olsson and Mrs. Ole Allison. Donations will go to the Bethphoge Mission, a charitable Institution located at Extell, Nebraska. Sunday School will be held at ten o'clock and evening services at oeveu- thirty. Call Theatre - Alsona Only the best^none of the "just pictures" shown. The Western Elects* Sound System in one hundred per cent condition always by an expert we pay $20 every week. Only the best. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15. Call Theatre patrons Insist on seeing the wonderful star in "Holiday" the second time. We book=d it. Ann Harding "HOLIDAY" THURS. & FBI., OCTOBER 16-17 It's a big one. Trade matinee on Thursday, October 16 at 2:30. WARNER BROS, PRESENT untn JOAN BENNETT JOE E. BROWN JAMES 1KAIX A drop-kick over the entertainment goal! — with "the All' American Football Team." Powell's third dynamic smash-hit in a row—"Street of Chance," "Shadov of the Law"—and the biggest onp yet I Made by the man who made "Street of Chance," John Cromwell And that svelte charmer, Kay Fran cis, i s the woman. A thrill a minute and a great climactic kick! Also Big Comedy Program Special added attraction for Sat urday, October 18 and Sunday, Oc tober 19, and every Saturday and Sunday for six weeks. FOOTBALL WITH KNUTJE HOCKNE No. 1—Knute Rockne re-enacts with his Notre Dame squad, many famous plays of famous coaches Tliis subject opens with Coach Rockne photographed in colors making a highly entertaining talk on the great gridiron game. In the first of the group, "The Last Yard," he shows as his initial play a 40-yard pass fbr a touchdown from Benny Friedman to Ooster baan of Michigan. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1 p. m. matinee and every two hours Jack (Dalle, Ginger Rogers in the-Paramount Picture "The Sap From Syracuse' 1 "America's Joy-Friend". The craze of the nation. Bringing you a lot of grinside dope on the Laugh Market. You'll roar till you pop your buttons when you get an eyeful and earful of . Jack Oakie "THESAPFEOM SYRACUSE" A' Paramount picture. —and does he know his way 'round abroad. Just wait till you see him mixing drinks and smart cracks with a "countess" and a couple of "dukes" on shipboard. A bon voyage of HILARITY. Also Well Balanced Program of Short Subjects. MON., TUES., AND WED., OCTOBER 20.-21-22 Tuesday trade matinee prices lOc- 30c. One girl in a million. Ever since Vitaphone was invented, leading motion picture experts have asked, "When will they film David "The All American football team in action on the screen. The All Am- Ican Football Team—Schoonover of Arkansas, Banker of Tulane, Harpster of Carnegie Tech, Montgomery of Pittsburgh, Haycraft of Minnesota, Gibson of Minnesota, Scull of Pennsylvania, Pommerening of Michigan, Moynihan of Notre Dame, Sleight of Purdue and Russ Saund-.. Belasco's 'The Girl of the Golden ers of California. jWest'?" And First National Pic- Collegiate pep. Campus romance. I tures, Ihc., who outbid all other pro- Bubbling youth—and a "Big Game." | ducers for the play's rights answer- The snappiest rah-rah-rah comedy i ed ' "When we find a girl who can romance of the football gridiron. A portray its title role. 1 college education minus the classroom. Joan Bennett, Joe E. Brown, James Hall and The All American Football team. Also Talking News. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. A big Saturday special. Be sure to see this one. Matinee at 1:30 prices lOc-SOc. with It took four years to find the girl. Ann Harding by her superb work in "Condemned" and "Holiday" earned the honors. Now It is on the screen. Twice as charming, twice as thrilling as the play. It has a sweep on the screen that was impossible on the stage. It is an honor to present it to the film fans of Algona as one of the year's I Biggest sensations. "THE GIRL OP THE GOLDEN WEST" Ann Harding James Rennie Harry Bannister pere was never a more appealing heroine than Minnie. She lived amongst gamblers, but gambled only once—for love—and cheated to win aman the whole world despised. ! WILLIAM [POWELL "For the defense" Kay Francis Gay, debonair spender, lover of bright lights and women, brilliant criminal lawyer, the best friend a crook ever had—that's Bill Foster— so clever the cops won't believe he is straight. They get him! New York gasps! See why! See how! There's a woman behind it all. COMING SOON John McCormick HEART" "THE BIG TRAIL" Winnie Lightner "THE LIFE OF THE PARTY" All technicolor. Billie Dove "ONE NIGHT AT SUSIE'S" Marilyn Miller "SUNNY" ANNOUNCEMENT I have leased the harbor shop in the basement of the Sawyer building (formerly County Savings Bank) and will be assisted by E. P. ,' JJUUK; ana win De assisted by K. P. Ryan. J Helmer Bjelland %nFy'innMrVTnfVVVVVVV\ftrtft •... . * H "**V«W*VVJ i|-q p f VM 18-10* , VWYWVWV

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