The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1931 · Page 4
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, January 28, 1931 SOCIETY* Plum Creek Club— The Plum Creek Social and Literary dub held their annual banquet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bemchoter on January 21st. The long tables were beautifully decorated with the club colors of orchid and gold on white. After the bountiful dinner was served, the tables were removed and the following program was given: Opening piano selections, Mrs. Ray McCorkle; radio play. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter: reading. "Women's Rights," Mrs. Harry Seeley: vocal duets. Ray McCorkle and Roy Keen; play, "The Acid Test." Mrs. Wm. Alt- weggr and Mrs. Clinton Sampson; vocal number, club ladies' sextette: humorous skit, Messrs. Ross Calhoun. James Davidson. John Kain. Clifford Benschoter. The guests of the club for that day were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. E. J. Rawson, and Mrs. Lura Sanders. The next regular meeting of the club will be held February 4th at the home of Clara Gllbride. Algonians Attend Shower— ' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Shilling and Mrs. C. E. Harvey of Algona were among the eighty- five guests who attended the miscellaneous shower at the Jtilius Studer home near Corwlth last Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. V. Applegate. Mrs. O. L. Miller, cousin of the bride was an assistant hostess. Advice and recipes were written for the bride who read the advice. Mr. and Mi-s. Applegate received many gifts including a dinner set of dishes. A tray luncheon was served late in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Applegate are making their home with the groom's father with whom the young mnn is associated in favmnig. Mrs. Applegate will continue her teaching in Prairie township near their home until school is out. Irvltiffton Couple Wed — Miss Ella Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan of Irvlngton and Alvin L. Weber, son of Frank Weber also of Trvington. were married Inst week Tuesday at the Little Brown church near Nashua. The ceremony was performed at rieven-t.hirty br the Rrv. William Kent. The tirwp sUwsl- ed the Algous high w.hool an;5 trft* fw n time emploved nt the Kl.vfln sswr. Alvin is one of Inirifl.v.i'f TTHIS! srib' ftantial and prosrrvfsSvr y.xstic farmers and ha? for jsrivrftl •<'."*.*•* hcrm manaeii'S his f.v,.!>?r'J f*:T<", irtiff i.h.-' couple will iv.B&r v^nr ^!^r!1^ Wr. *>Tif*l Mrs. Wfbfr !f*; foe onv;r*Jtv> :& t, w6- ding trip fa'Soinnc ^f ws-ww;?. will also vl'.ii Alvr.:'* f.1sw* fc-fifi daughter, Vcrabello from north of Pent on. Afternoon Bridge Party- Mrs. P. W. Dingley and Mrs. J. T. ChriKchllles entertained forty guests nt the Dingley home last Thursday afternoon at a bridge party. Pink mid white decorations were used to carry out the color scheme. Mrs. C. T. Chubb won the first prize. Mrs. J. L. Bonar the second high nnd Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. the third high. Refresh I ments were served Into in the after- 1 noon. Atnlllarr Rfntfit Purir — I The Ijr*i>>n .Mnrtliarv hfl.i a bwffU partx Tirfs,*.av r-rt-ninp al ttw 'f: hifh , iflif t Wfw<- -vt^t l.bf 1 Tft.JJ.-if O. IX yvriw, *«d .al vvrSwv R^- fifi)F*w& rty s before Telxsrnjr.c h.-of.. Showtr fw Orst* Abou! 'w;:'~ •'••Martha Pw:5e:' Ar- gathered Ssr.^sy E. Claj-lor. hvxv..i- to honor her wi shcwcT. Each or cake and c recipe to the .Vj^oi hw faTflrti* Misj S»i>f Palter, cousin o! the briie. rrAd "75t Prefect Husband." ar.d "Th-? J'f^^l Wife." An ori^ii;al po«r.. "ASrtW bjr Mrs. F. L. Miiler. irs5 r*a<i by ?J» ; bride, before she prreewlec! So ur»- iwrap her gifts, A tray Suachfoo foi- lowed. Those who attended frees s 'distance were Mrs. John Uifers sad w««e«o>aD3X^ New Goods Arriving: every clay. Buy 'em and sell 'em is Neville's motto. I like action. I would rather wear out than rust out. I Lave some live wire business getters this week. Ladies' chiffon full fashioned silk hose at 75c. All colors, all sizes and plenty of them. Our old reliable men's Willow calf work shoe, that we always sold for $3.95 now goes down to $2.98. We have 150 pairs to close out at $2.98. This is the biggest bargain ever offered. A new line of big girls' sport oxfords. Last year we got $2.98 for them, this year the new buy is going to sell at $2.50. 100 pairs of men's dress paints in worsteds and cashimeres, regular $4.00 values, out they go at $2.50. Many other big values. In fact, the store is full of new shiny, up-to-date merchandise at low prices. Jimmie Neville Algona, Iowa. •^:G^<&^ff&<y&J®^^ New Globe Batteries Mr. ftnS Mrs.. W- r. K«apJ»Ul en- T«'WUr>fv5 ttwrtr A-rawr riwb F*riAftjr aS * sflc-Uitrtj- <Snnr-r, The f mains' was Jvrvjfrr.. Mrs* XI. A. Bar',?«> 5s.iSf*' hiirti prire M?*, V3.-lv.-vr Low «» KMT. The jvnre- w-ss won toy Fred six-? Jh? JOT by Henry SL Tlwwn»j Guild— S. Tbcvn-.&f GaiM will meet on rhuTsa*r. FVfcmsjv 5. with Mrs. Hen- TT T.-sctis. Tfc? meeiing scheduled for .Tia^ijT 22. ISTLS postponed on account of s rwrpSioa arid parish supper held on 3J-.151 dsse aj the home of Miss Let- tip Mssso.n in honor of the Rev. F. A. Ttusrsrald Eler and his family. •A. O. Clnb Entertained— i Miss Lydia Meyer entertained the i A. O. ciub last Thursday evening at ; ] the M. M. Morrow home. The evening was spent at bridge. Mabel DeGraw won the high prize, and Anna Buss, the second high. Guests of the club were Adah Carlson and Margaret Barlett, Temperance Legion— The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter Friday afternoon at four-fifteen. Roll call will be answered by "Good resolutions for the Year 1931." The lesson subject will be "How to be Better Citizens." Mrs. McCall is Hostess- Mrs. M. J. McCall was hostess on Friday evening at a bridge party attended by eight friends. Mrs. Hazel Dalziel won the high prize. Mrs. McCall is entertaining the Idle Hour bridge club this afternoon at a one o'clock luncheon. Bridge Club Met— The N. B. B. bridge club met at the Roy Bjustrom home in Hobarton last night and high score was won by Wil- I lard Ringgenberg and Mrs. Ben Hynds j and the low score by Mrs. Henry Jo- 1 hannsen, Jr., and Clarence Bergeson. Afternoon Party— Mrs. Loyd Wellendorf entertained a few friends at an afternoon party last Wednesday. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. 'Fred Bartholomew won the high prize and Mrs. Henry Reimer won the >cut prize. Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet at the home of Mrs. J. L. Coleman Thursday afternoon, February 5. Mrs. Carl Specht and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky are assisting hostesses. Legion Auxiliary— The regular meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held on Friday night of this week, January 30. All members are requested to be in attendance. There will be a party in connection. Ranging in Price form $5 to $15 Auto repairing and reconditioning. Expert ignition and genemloi' ropair work. WASHING AND GREASING We arc ('quipped to do greasing and washing any hour of the. day or night. Elbert Garage South of the. Court House Phone 012. OUK MOTTO, "A\ r e Xever Close." #^^ w Permanent Wave All work done mtliis shop iiy experienced, competent opera iors. Miss Hoimt'i'lioliu, formerly of the Marigold Shop II is now at this shop. Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 279 Algona, Iowa. &88®a®w^ TEST your brakes free! On this new Weaver Automatic Brake Tester Properly equalized brakes— particularly if they are of the four wheel type—are essential for safe emergency stops. Un- equalized braking pressure will cause your car to swerve and possibly get out of control- easily resulting in a serious accident. Weaver Tester Immediately Shows Relative Braking Power Make this test yourself. Drive on the Tester—it lies flat on the floor — and apply your foot brakes. The relative braking power on each of the four wheels is immediately shown by the rise of colored liquid in the four gauges in the pedestal head, positioned to correspond to the - wheels. At once you see whether your brakes need adjustment. This test is scientifically ac- curate—ic takes only a moment —and it is FREE. Can you afford not to take it—today? Brake Testing and Service THE WEAVER W4Y CLAPP'S MASTER SERVICE Goodyear Tires Washing Greasing Phone 26 Ifou Cant Beat 'these KD W Prices, Now is the time to buy^We've marked goods down, Three days of lower prices BLEACHED SHEETING Good grade sheeting, per yard 29c 36-inch Wide PERCALES light or dark shades, tub fast, limit 10 yds., per yard 9c 42-inch PILLOW TUBING Fine linen finish tubing, per yard 19c 72x90 SHEETS A real value in bed sheets at 59c 36-inch Wide CHALLIES New patterns in dark or light grounds, per yard _ _ _ _ _"-U _ _ 14c 36-inch Wide OUTING Regular 25c grade outing flannel, per yard 15c MERCERIZED STOCKINGS Ladies full mercerized stockings, per pair '. 19c PURE SILK STOCKINGS Silk to top, all good shades, per pair .. 39c Big Sale This Week End on Children's Dresses Full Fashioned Stockings Pure thread silk stockings, good $1.25 value, per pair _. . LADIES FELT HATS For Final Clean up sale, Values up to $5.00, now P. & G. SOAP Limit 10 bars. Sold to adults only. 10 bars PALM OLIVE SOAP Limit 3 barspadults only, 3 bars for 69c 89c 29c 15c MEN'S JERSEY GLOVES lOc CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS, per pair 121c SAL-E-PAX Sanitary napkins, 3 boxes for . 69c Featherproof ticking, improved finish, standard eight ounce cloth, per yard 28c BL III M'S STORE To Serve Supper— The ladles of the First Lutheran church will serve a public supper on Saturday, February 7, at the Legion hall in Algona. O. E. S. Meeting— -----'-""yY'.• *"-*? The regular meeting of the O. E. 8. will be held Tuesday, February 3, at seven-thirty. Work will be exemplified. Hostess to Club— MrSj J^sl Herbst entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. S. Auner won the high prize. Fenton Tigers Lost to Swea-. City. Fenton, January 27. Special: The Fenton Tigers lost the most thrilling game played on the home floor this season. The lead changed three or four times during the game and it was anybody's game until the end. The score was Swea City 13, Fenton 11. Fenton took the lead on a free toss and held a three to nothing lead until one minute of the first period was up, then Jensen, tall guard of Swea City, sank two long shots to give Swea City the lead, an it remained this way until the end of the first half. Immediately after the half Krause of Fenton connected for-a long shot to give Fenton the lead. Then Krause increased this lead to 6 to 4 by making a free throw. Immediately following this Jensen tied the score with a long shot. And then made two more to make the score 10 to 6. Then Geron- sln, diminutive forward for Fenton, dribbled In for a short shot to make the score 10 to 8. Then Swea's offense started again, Helmke making a field goal and Hanifan a free toss to make the score '13 to 8. With one minute and nineteen seconds to play, Fenton started a rally that fell short by two points" Both teams missed numerous set ups. ^ Former Algonian Was Buried here Thursday. Frank Wartman, a resident of Algona about thirty years ago, was buried here last Thursday, Rev. Frank H. Webster officiating. The deceased came to Algona in the early nineties with his parents, and lived here a number of years. He was graduated from the state university in medicine and later moved to Oklahoma, where he practiced for a number of years. Ill health caused him to discontinue practice and he returned to Mason City, where he made his home with his sister, Mrs. 8. D. Drake, until Mr. Drake's death several years ago, when he was committed to the hospital at Cherokee, where he died. Mrs. James Ryan of Fort Dodge Is also a sister of the deceased. Sold Farm at Chapin, Returns to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow and family moved Wednesday of last week from their farm near Chapin to their quarter section in Cresco township. The Brandows have been living at Chapin for the past seven years, but recently sold their farm of eighty acres there and decided to move to Algona on the larger farm. The McMurray Bros, recently completed a new house for Mr. and Mrs. Brandow and their family. The farm has previously been occupied Uy George Bruellman, who moved to the John Gerber farm recently. Swea City Auxiliary Sent Gifts to Vets. Swea City, January, 28. Special: A legislative program was. carried out at th'6 regular meeting of>the - American Legion Auxiliary held on Tuesday evening with Mrs. L. Bayers as chairman of the legislative program. Mrs. Wm. Thompson's article "Supporting Legion Legislative Aims" and Mrs. W. Leland's article on "Hospital Construction" were worthwhile and appreciated by members present. The rehabilitation committee reported activities for December and January which con- sited of sending "dimes for disabled." "dimes for Christmas cheer for Knoxville" and distributing twenty boxes of Christmas cheer locally, one sack flour for a needy family, 12 decks of playing cards to Knoxville hospital, three games for prizes to Knoxville, sent seven quilts to Auxiliary supply shelf at Des Moines, contributed one quilt, one shirt, one pair overalls, one pair pants and one pair of shoes to needy family who had the misfortune to have their home burn down, and sent one booth complete for carnival at Knoxville, which was held January 15 for disabled war veterans. Plans are being made for Americanization program for regular , meeting in February. A benefit card party will be held on Monday evening, February 2 to which the public is invited and a charge of twenty-five cents per person will be made. Prizes will be given for high score and refreshments will be served. Playing will start at eight p. m. Bridge, five hundred and pinochle will be the games "played. The arrangement committee consists of Mesdames 8. Hethershaw, W. Thompson, G. B. Pearson and Miss Looft, and the serving committee Mesdames L. A. Haglund, J. H. Haglund, F. Peterson and C. Rohlin. Good Hope Farmers After Bot Fly. Good Hope,, January 27. Special: Farmers in this locality are having their horses treated for the eradication of the bot fly larva. This is the larva which develops into the so-called nose fly and which so pestered the horses In summer that they are driven frantically, racing across their pastures Instead of being able to graze comfortably as they should. The presence of the fly also makes necessary the wearing of the nose protectors in order that the horses may be worked safely an'l successfully. It Is only of recent years that this pest has gained a foothold In the middle west. It has been found that it is possible to get rid of this insect if the farmers will cooperate in the administration of the treatment now practiced in veterinary medicine. Where this is done the fly is being eradicated from whole neighborhoods in a few seasons. Dr. Fox of Algona is administering the treatment in the Good Hope community. High Temperature for Week is 48 Above. The spring weather in Iowa continues and overcoats are getting a rest, The high mark was reached on Saturday when the mercury reached forty-eight degrees above zero. Baptist Church. "Religion as Service, or the Acid Test," will be the morning subject at the Baptist church next Sunday. Evening subject, "Feeling the F%tlier- hood of God." We bid you a cordial welcome to these services.—Prank H. Webster, minister. Good Hope Men's Dinner Postponed. Good Hope, January 27. Special: Owing to the Rotary club dinner being served at the- <3ood 'Hope' community room on Monday • evening the' Good Hope mens' dinner which was to have been served on Thursday, February 5, has been postponed to Thursday, February 19. Please notify your friends so that none may make a useless trip on February 5. The Upper Des Moines-Republican has a few of those Kossuth. county plat books left, and they may be had at the nominal price of $1.50 each. 32-tf County Engineer Won Fishing Outfit. County Engineer H. M. Smith' was the lucky wtaner of the $35.00 flsniag i' set which*was on dlspl^rsrtaie"'l3m J Olrnjmte'tfia Shop." Trie 'tackle"was given by> Frank •"•. Marnett of ths Dilg League and the contest was sponsored by the local chapter of the Dilg League. One hundred chances at a dollar a chance were sold. A number of towns also sponsored the same kind of contest. The proceeds will be used by Marnett for lobbying expenses at Des Moines. He is endeavoring to get laws passed protecting wild life in Iowa. SAVE R EMEMBER how the little and big emergencies last year rather strapped you for ready cash 1 ? The man who lias a savings account is ready for any quick financial emergency. The rainy day does not bother him. Start this year with a savings account, and it need not be large. The main thing is to get that savings habit. This banking institution is particularly interested in the salaried man or woman who wants to work out a modest savings plan. We can help you. The Kossuth County State Bank THE PIONEER BANK. 'WVVWWVWVVWWWVVVAWVWVVWVWWVVVV WWW

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