The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1931 · Page 6
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, January 21, 1931 SOCIETY^ Entertain Newlyweds— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter of Cresco township entertained twenty-two at dinner Sunday noon in honor of their daughter, Martha and her husband, Victor Applegate of Corwith, who were married recently. Those present were Mrs. Martha Potter of Algona, the C. H. and L. D. Fetter and O. S. Moore families, Mr. anr! Mrs. Archie McDanlels and Clarence and Russell McDaniels of Sioux Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson in Algona. The ladies will be remembered as Martha Potter and Pearl Fry, of Cres- Co township. Mr. and Mrs. Applegate gave a wedding dance Saturday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall and a fine time was reported. A purse of $35 was presented to the bride and groom. Music was furnished by Clarence McDaniels and sons. Archie and Russell of Sioux Rapids, friends of the bride. Pa!mcr-Elbcrt Announcement— Announcement hns just been made of the marriage of Miss Margaret Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Palmer and James Elbert. son of Mrs. J. P. Elbert of Whittemore. Th5 ceremony was performed at Rockwell City, October 2, by Rev. J. F. Achatz. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert have rented an apartment at the R. L. Padgett home and are now at home. Mrs. Elbert is well known in Algona. She attended school here and was graduated from the Algona high school with the class of 1925. She was employed until a few months ago at the ChrischUles & Herbst store where she made many friends. Mr. Elbert has been employed at the Kohlhaas Bros, garage for about four years, where he has proved himself to be a steady and industrious young man, well liked by all who know him. Auxiliary Party— The Legion Auxiliary are to have a benefit party consisting of bridge and dancing Tuesday evening, January 27, at seven-thirty at the Legion hall. The public is invited. The committee is: Mrs. Don Smith, chairman, and Mrs. Joe Kelley, Mrs. H. C. McCorkle, Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. Vic Lowe, Mrs. A. H. Stock and Mrs. Loren Minkler. ^™* " » - •._'_..._. Enteraincd N. B. B. Club- Mr, and Mrs. Willard Ripgenberg entertained the N. B. B. bridge club Monday night. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom won the high tjrize for the ladies and Mrs. Ben Hynds, the low. Henry Johannsen, Jr., won the first for the men and Ben Hynds consolation prize. Mothers and Daughters Clnh— | Sixty-six ladies attended the Cres: co Mothers and Daughters club party Friday evening at the John Simon home. Five hundred was played at ten tables. Miss Irene K.elleirshcn won first prine, Mrs. E. C. Potter low. Guests were Miss Kellershon, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stewart and daughter, Arlene, Paul Hum, also Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate of Corwith, the latter being better known as Miss Martha Potter. The Applegates wer? serenaded. Lunch was served at twelve- thirty. The next meet is scheduled for February 13th at the D. A. Teeter home. Sunday Dinner— The following families were entertained Sunday at the D. A. Teeter home In Cresco township: H. P. and Clarence Christensen and Ross Buf- flngton of Titonka, J. P. and Rudolph Larson of Burf, and Wm. Larson of Wesley and Franz and Verne Teeter. There were thirty-six in all. Party for Paren's— Audra Fry planned a surprise party on Friday evening in honor of her mother, Mrs. R. G. Fry. Those present were the Mavnard Torpesons of Bode and the Herbert Petersons. Fred and Elliott Sklllings. Mike McEnroe. C. E. Harvey families, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson and Misses Francis McEnroe, Lucille Stlltz and Mona Dunn. A tray luncheon was served. Entertained Dinner Club— Miss Lucia Wallace entertained the members of one of the Algona dinner clubs at her home Friday evening. A seven o'clock dinner was served followed by bridge. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer were guests in the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. Mrs. D. R. Steele won the ladles' high prize, and T. H. Chrischilles won the high prize for the men. Legion Auxiliary Party— The Legion entertained the Auxiliary Thursday evening at the Legion hall. There were about fifty present. The first part of the evening was spent at cards" At ten ten o'clock lunch was served, and the remainder of the evening was devoted to dancing. The bridge prizes were won by G. D. Brundage, W. S. Lee, Mrs. John Dutton and Mrs. Harry Edwards. D. A. R. Bake Sale—The D. A. R. will have a bake sale Saturday, January 24, at Anderson Br<<3. meat market starting at one o'clock. To Celebrate Anni%"ersary— Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox of Cresco township are to entertain Wednesday, January 21, in honor of their fortieth wedding anniversary. Among the Ruests expected are Mesdames J. F. Schoby and M. A. Sabin; Messrs, and Mesdamrs O. A. Sample, M. E. Worster and M. J. Jones, nil of Algona, and the Earl Miller family. Merrill Malone Weds— Merrill Malone, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Malone and Miss Betty Scribner of LuVerne were married Thursday, January 1.5, at Livermore. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Scrlbner of LuVerne. The groom is well known in Algona where he was employed at the States cafe for several years. Honors Miss Thelln— Mrs. Oscar Anderson was hostess to several friends of Miss Mabel Thelin Saturday evening at a miscellaneous shower. The bride-elect has gone to Pert Dodge for a brief visit with her family. Wnm.tn : Club to Meet— The Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday night at seven-thirty. There will be a book review by Mr.-:. M-\r>"l Parson and a school health talk by M'ss Antoinette Bonnstelter. Entertained Club- Miss Nellie McOinnls entertained the A. O. club last Thursday evening. Miss Lydia Meyers won the high prize for bridge. Anna Buss, second high, and Mrs. Ann Pechner, the low prize. Royal Neighbor Club— The Royal Neighbor club will hold its annual meeting Tuesday afternoon, January 27, at the I. O. O. P. hall, Election of officers will be held and all are urged to be present. Get-Together Club— The Get-Together bridge club was entertained Monday evening at a six- thirty'dinner at the home of Mrs. C. O. Simpson. There are eight members In the club. • Royal Neighbor Meeting— The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday evening. Several candidates will be initiated. Mrs. Hugh Post is chairman of the refreshment committee. Dinner Party— "*" Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg entertained the twelve members of their dinner club at dinner Monday evening. The members attended the dance of the Happy Pastime dancing club later. B'rthday Tarty — Mrs. Ben Bakken of Cresco township entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Vivian's ninth birthday. Guests were Vivian's teacher, Miss Eunice Bowman, Mrs. Ross Calhoun and Lucille and Elgina, Mrs. Oliver Bakken and Rena, of Algona, Mrs. J. A. Elder and Irene, also Dorothy Bjustrom. of Hobarton, Mrs. August Brown, Mrs. John Ditsworth and Margaret and Vivian Morgan and Arlo Bakken, Mrs. Frank Reese and Mrs. Engelbretson of Bode and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan of Livermore. Vivian received many gifts. A fine luncheon was served. Afternoon Bridge Party— Mrs. Bert Cronan and Mrs. Bert Muckey entertained the W. C. club Tuesday afternoon at bridge. Mrs. Fred Powell won the first prize, Mrs. James Wrttt. the second high, and Mrs. George Yeager, the low prize. Mrs. A. W. Amunsen received a guest prize. A two course luncjieon was served late in the afternoon. There are twelve members In the club. Rotarians Entertained Anns— The Rotary Anns were guests of their husbands at the regular Rotary luncheon Monday noon. Mrs. A. E. Michel sang, and Rev. Fred J. Clark, pastor cf the Congregational church gave a little talk. The ladles spent the af- ernoon playing bridge. Mrs. D. L. Leffert won the high prize, and Mrs. R. H. Crawford, second. Dancing Party at Sexton— A number of Algona young folks and young people from some of the neighboring towns held a dance at the Sexton hall Saturday evening. They have had similar dancing parties before. Happy Pastime Dance— The Happy Pastime dancing club held one of their series of dances at the K. of C. hall Monday evening. The Harmony Kings of Cherokee furnished the music. The dance was well attended. Hi-Lo Club- Mrs. Harry McCorkle was hostess to the Hi-Lo club last Friday evening. Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew won the high prize for bridge and Mrs. Henry Reimer won the low prize . Afternoon Club Entertained— Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles was hostess to the afternoon bridge club of which she is a member last Thursday evening. Mrs. E. A. Schemel won the high prize. The Baptist Loyal class will meet Thursday afternoon, January 22 with Mrs. Harvey Coleman, December and January group assisting. I Wa-Tan-Ye— i The Wa-Tan-Ye club held their monthly benefit bridge party at the home of Anna Buss. Assistant hostesses were Flora Tiss, Dora Carson and Stella Mae Breen. Mrs. Frank Seeley won the high prize and Mrs. Lura Sanders won second. Murphy is still Advertising. Forbes Magazine: The editor of the local paper was unable to procure advertising from one of the business men of the town, who asserted stoutly that he himself never read ads, and didn't believe anyone else did. "Will you advertise if I can convince you that folks read the ads?" the editor asked. "If you can show me." was the sarcastic answer. "But you can't." In the next issue of the paper, the editor ran a line of small type in an obscure corner. It read: "What is Murphy going to do about it?" The business man, Murphy, hastened to seek out the editor next day. He admitted that he was pestered ouf of his wits by the curious. He agreed to stand by the editor's explanation in the forthcoming issue, and this was: "Murphy Is going to advertise, of course." Having once advertised, Murphy is still advertising. Union M. and D. Club Met Last Thursday- union, January 20. Special: About twenty-five members of the Union township Mothers and Daughters club met at the home of Mary Leason in Algona last Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Mayme Steinman being the assistant hostess. After roll call a very good program was given consisting of two papers, "Sketches of Interesting People" by Frances Gould, and "Pioneer Days", by Ida Winkle, Sr.. A tray lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be a very important event and one which has been looked forward to by the members as it will be the club's silver anniversary of the organization. The club will meet January 29th with Helen Vogel of Burt with Lillian Jones of Lone Rock as assistant hostess. After club recollections the guests will listen in on station MDC. A group of songs will be given by Tressie Brace and music by Clara Thompson. The committee who has been arranging the cook books expect to have them ready for distribution at this meeting. On account of sickness the Valentine party scheduled for February 12th, will be held at the community room at Good Hope instead of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stoutenberg at Lone Rock as printed in' the year books. Theatre Chatter. Probably the most outstanding picture to be shown at the Call Theatre during the remainder of the month is "New Moon" featuring Lawrence Tibbetts and Grace Moore. The music for this production was written by Sigmund Romberg, composer of the lyrics for "The Desert Song" and the "Student Prince." The picture will be shown Sunday, January 25. The inn show of this week will be "Reducing" with Marie Dressier and Polly Moran. You can forget your troubles while you watch them either Friday or Saturday. There will be two matinees Saturday at 1:30 ana Juu. The Chicago police force has recently seized two safes containing valuable Information in the form of receipts from "bought" policemen, which with pawned jewels, papers and other articles will be pf great value in unraveling the crimes of Chicago gangland. See "The Doorway to Hell" at the Call Theatre Monday or Tuesday, January 26 and 27, and you will have a better understanding of the gangland crimes and the articles which daily appear in the newspapers. More Paving in County Next Year, It is reported on good authority that Kossuth county will receive more paving next summer and that No. Nine will be paved from Swea City to the Emmet county line o.nd also from Lakota east to the Winnebago county line. This will give the county two paved roads east and west, the other being No. Eighteen through Algona. SWEA CITY NEWS. The Arvid Peterson family is moving into the Henning Prom residence this week. L. A. Haglund, Fred Peterson and Henry Myhr are at the Twin Cities attending a lumber dealers' convention. The Swea City high school basket ball boys won the game on Friday night from the Livermore high school boys. Messrs, and Mesdames R. A. Bravender, H. Myhr, H. T. Winter, A. J. Christensen, and E. L. Hansen attended a benefit card party at Titonka Friday night. Ernest Nelson of Sigourney, is visiting his parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Sv;aii Nelson. Mr. Nelson, Sr., has been ill the past few days. His many friends hope for a speedy recovery. Mrs Sutton, welfare, worker, addressed the women of the Thursday club at the meeting on Thursday af- ternon which was held at the H. Mvhr home. Health clinics were discussed by the club members. Mrs A. Whitlow and Mrs. V. L. Leland entertainfid a group of friends on Wednesday evening., Bridge was en- joved at four tables, Mrs G. D. Curtis winning the prize for high score. A lovely two course lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs. W. O. Nelson .entertained at a six o'clock dinner on Wednesday night. Guests included were: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larson, Mr. and Mrs Jay Larson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bergeson and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knutson. A social evening was enjoyed. The adult class of the Smith-Hughes department met on Monday night with "a small attendance due to the weather conditions and snow. Those present enjoyed an instructive program, conducted by E. L. Sweaney and Miss Helen Preston. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. E. L. Sweaney, Smith-HUgh.es instructors and >his boys of the animal husbandry class journeyed to Mason City Saturday and enjoyed the day at the Decker Packing plant. The trip was Interesting and educational. Boys who made the trip were: Roger Linde, Joe Schmidt, Andrew Brones, Sidney Hutchinson, Clarence Roba, Hubert Brones, Everett Bexell, Merlin Larson. Emory Bergeson, Edgar Price, Howard Krumm. Jay Larson and E. L. Sweaney drove the cars. ., The Cardinals, the independent basket ball players, journeyed to Mason City Saturday and won a fast game of basket ball from the independent team of that city. The Cardinals have now played thirteen games and won them all. They were each presented with a cardinal red wool jacket by the business men of Swea City which makes a very snappy addition to their Wardrobe. The name of the donor is on the back of the garment and the letters S. C. in white felt on the front of the blouse. The quilting party sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary was a decided success. The community was invited and forty women, bringing quilt pieces and yarn, pieced blocks, and enjoyed a busy afternoon. Seven quilts were pieced "and tied and three were donated, making a total of ten quilts, which were immediately sent to the supply shelf at Des Moines and will be distributed to needy families. Enough pieces wore donated to make four more quilts, which will be cmopleted at an c-iriy rtiit:' and used for needy families. The Auxiliary is grateful for the cooperation of the public in this worthwhile project. Slashed!! Now Comes Our Final CLE An event many have learned to wait for —When a dollar has double its ordinary buying powerxxln fact there will be desirable goods offered from the various departments that you can use to good advantage for just one-half its original worth Sale Begins FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd About One Hundred isses at less than Half Price A splendid group of desirable tub frocks made from color fast prints and representing values originally priced up to $1.95. Final Clearance Each See them on the Lower Floor, Algona's Greatest Store SILK DRESSES We have taken from our regular stock over one hundred desirable silk dresses for this sale to be offered for just HALF PRICE See thorn in the Garment Section, WINTER COATS Our entire stock of Women's and Misses fur trimmed Cloth Coats, Laskin Lamb and our one fur coat. Not a garment reserved, all go at just HALF PRICE See them in the Garment Section. Women's and Misses OUR LOWER FLOOR^vALGONA'S BARGAIN SPOT Racks loaded with garments—Tables heaped with desirable goods from all departments conveniently arranged for your choosing. Silks. Woolenn, Cotton Dress Fabrics, Draperies, Rugs, Bedding, Sweaters, Children's Dresses and Coats and many other items. All at Half-Price Gloves, Hosiery, Silk, Wool and Cotton Underwear, Neckwear, Novelties, Handbags, Scarfs and many other items. at less than Half Price About two hundred pair of oxfords and pumps representing values that were originally priced up to $6.50. Final Clearance i 95c r '~" See them in the Shoe Section, BlTOS* CO* Algona's Greatest Store

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