The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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The Upper Baft Moines-Eepublican, March 26, 1931 SOCIETO Shower for Bride-to-be— A miscellaneous shower was evening at the Gross home in honor of the marriage of Miss Leola Huff and Stanly Gardner, both young folks of Plum Creek, *ho are to be married soon. Those assisting Mr. and Mrs. Gross were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cniikshnnk of Union and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stcussy of Algona. About seventy-five gues Wero present and the evening \\'a spent at cards. Lunch was served b the hosts and hostesses at the clos of the evening. Miss Huff is now employed at th Ernest Gilbert home In Plum Cree and is a very popular young Jady. Sh I Surprise Party— held 1 Mrs. E. W. Hansen and Mrs. Mike I Johnson invited a number of friends — . —. ,, ., VJ ^ ....„* t , .juiip, .. m.t > . kjil Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joh Huff, who farm near Sexton. Mr Gardner is the oldest son of Mr. an Mrs.Austin Gardner of Plum Creek and a grandson of Mrs. R. M. Gard ner of Algcna, They received many beautiful and useful gifts. The young couplee wil make their home on the farm north of the gravel pit in Plum Creek township, which was farmed last year by Roy Cook. Plum Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Austin Gardner with Mrs. Henry Tjaden as assisting hostess. There were thirty-six members and ten visitors present. A magazine article was read by Mrs. Harry Seeley and Mrs. George Johnson on Better Gardens," after which a guessing contest was carried out in a St. Patrick's program. Lunch was then G "- v tc """ ""•''' "a*" 1 Muesaay served. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy The next meeting will be an even BJustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joing meeting April 1st at the home o nannsen, Jr.. won Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Each member is requested to come and to a surprise party Monday afternoon in honor of the fifteenth weddino- anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spongberg. The ladies all went to the home of Mrs. Spongberp where the afternoon was spent. The guests presented Mrs. Spongberg with a gift. Those present incuded Mils. Rober Murray. Mrs. Alfred Norman and M!s_ Scirrid Lavold, sisters of Mrs. Spong berg, and the Mesdames Eric Nelson Fran): Kohlhaas, H. A. Norman. An ders Anderson, Chas. Rosewall, J. T Bohannon and John Carlson. Attend Convention— A number of Algona people drove to Sioux City today to attend the tri-state (South Dakota-Iowa-Nebraska) convention of the Royal Neighbor lodge on Thursday. Over one hundred candidates are" to be initiated Thursday night. Those going from lere were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mayme Belts. Mesdames Hugh s ost. John Storm. Ralph Brown, Geo. Scuff ham and E.' A. Guderian. Mrs. loy Crawford of Whittemore is also n attendance. They expect to return home Friday. V. B. B. Club Met— The N. B. B. bridge club met at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jo- AMES ALUMNI HELD FRIDAY County Alumni Association Organized with Dr. L. W. Fox, President. GEO. GODFREY WAS THE .TOASTMASTER. Athletic Dlrcclw T. N. Metralf and Dr. W. Aitken from I. S. C. Addressed Meeting. About sixty Kossuth county alumni I Algona Students Visit Cornell College, A number of Algona high school students drove to Mount Vernon on Saturday, where they visited Cornel] College, nnd were guests of the college at. the Shakespeare play, "Hamlet," They were chap'eroned by Miss Messenger, a high school teacher. Three cars carried the group. The Rising car contained Vaughan Rising, Gladys Rising, Helen Daughan, Irene balz'M, and Norma Greiner as passengers. M. M. Morrow drove his car with his daughters. Helim and Gertrude and the Backus ovr had Miss Messenger^ Dorothy Johnson. Elva Benson, Irene Devine. Eleanor Backus and Lewis Moore as passengers. They report n very fine progiam. courteous treatment and pleasant trip. Sunday morning. Eleanor Backus, Bernice Harrington and Lewis Moore drove to Iowa City and visited several Algona students who are attending the university. Iowa t rt 6 * 6 R - .tnded the banquet at the Algona hotel was held in honor . Friday onor v« h ™ eg £ blrthdav which came on March 22. During the dinner, which was a three course affair, Iowa State College songs were sung, lead by Harold Cowan. -28JMiss Jeannette Goed- rs accompanying at the piano. George ' ' occasion and introduced the speakers r the evening who were T N Metcalf, athletic director at Iowa State College, and Dr. W. Aitken of the veterinary department. The two Ames Clarence Bergeson won the second bring a covered dish. The elction of offers will be held at the meeting for April 15. Anniversary Surprise— Thirty-six relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson gave them a very happy surprise Monday evening, March 23, when the group gathered at the Richardson home in " *-*-•! — *" *" *"V- "AWIH^C* V evening, March 23, when the group gathered at the Richardson home in honor of their twenty-seventh wedding anniversary. A program was given after which refreshments were served. Entertained Friday— Bernice Storm entertained twelve telephone girls and Mr. and Mrs. V Hancher, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Almstead Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gorman and Carroll Johnson at a party at her home last Friday. Cards were played anc a program was given after which a lunch was served. are: Ed " catlon discussed the PHILLIPS WON BY KNOCKOUT PUNCH C. O.'d Rubel at Spencer in Second Round of the Main Bout. | PHILLIPS GAVE FORTY POUNDS IN WEIGHT thur Helberg won low prize. i „.),„ „,.„ * u— ' ""• »"«e«» * I who are to be representatives in the . Olympic games. He is also a member One O'clock Luncheon— of the college athletic investigating I Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, Mrs. Raymond comml , ttee - Director Metcalf feels very •i Mm i? f Ttrx-b-..,. nnfn. well Dleased wiih thp SJ»WH/\T» nt <-•„« to Fight Frankie Soldis of Minneapolis at Spencer on March 30. —• •*•• *"fmv, J.VAII3. AVttJlllUUU I „ - * ~w«*ix ACC1.J VCly 1 Norton and Mrs. F. F. Barker enter- £ el1 P leased with the selection of Geo. Clarence Phillips again won his fleht tutnra-i of nna «'oinxi, i..»_i F. Veenkpr fnr f.ho rv/-,<.ittn« „«• i > ^ «"*uui wun iiu> ngns, . . . - _ . an won s e tataed at one o'clodk luncheons on R Veenker for the position of head this time by a knoctomt in Th. J~ «H Thursday and Friday. There were sev- coach at Am es to succeed Noel Work- U,,,J LI kno< * OUt ta the secon en tables of bridge both days. On K™ 1811 - Veenker has been chief basket !,»?»' o Hls °PP° nen t was Charles Ru Thursday Mrs. H. L: Gilmore won high ? al1 coach afc Michigan University for 2f',° r s - D f ncert * n <* the match was th prize, Ella Thompson, second and Mrs the - Dast flve years and for the same <? ^ t? a tWrt y round card at th M. J. Pool, low." On Friday Mrs. C. le " gth of tlme lla s sen-ed as grst as- ,P e Jl° er ° pera House last Thursda O. Simpson won high prize, Mrs. ?" ant coacn and c^ef strategist of toe ?" g A crowd of one thousan . . , . s. . s- , O. Simpson won high prize, Mrs. ?" a , nt coacn and c^ef strategist of toe ^i?"l g ^, Au c Ralph Miller, second and Mrs. Laura Wolverine footD a" team. He takes the Ti f PERSONAL LOANS i On Easy Terms -: J Beady Cash-Service'" We loan you money on a few minutes' notice in amounts from $50.00 to $300.00. Phone or call on us as our method Is quick, courteous and; confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay in 20 small monthly payments. HAWKEYE FINANCE CO. represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACV Phone 598 107 W. State St. Ralph Miller, seconoTand 'Mrs.' Laura I Wolve rine football team." "He°takcs the I w , itne f ^ the matehes and man Paine, low. position at Ames because he wants to ^onlans were present. _ :: _ (coach football in a big conference n ,^ h 5^ we j£ he l ^ P° unds and Missionary Society— i—•— "" nuujuu b unaiige nis nve coacn- The Women's Home Missionary so- G S for next year for any five at anv ciety of the Methodist church will meet one other school. The coaches are Thursday afternoon, March 26, at two- Louis Menz, basket ball and baseball- thirty at th e home of Mrs. W. P. Bob Simpson, track; Otopalik wrest- HemphilJ. 207 East Elm Street, instead ling; Daubert, swimming and ' of with Mrs. Henry Steinman as was football. recently announced There will be a special program. The annual mite box opening will also be held. Sunday School Party— The Misses Beulah Hartshorn and lilda Campbell entertained the Daughters of the King Sunday School lass of the Baptist church Friday ev ining at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H N. Kruse. There were ten girls pre ent. The evening was spent social ly, and refreshments were served lat in the evening. County Chorus— The County Chorus of women voices win meet for practice at th Algona Library Monday evening March 30, at eight -o'clock. The or ganization will sing at the LuVerne meeting of the County Federation o Women's clubs on May 5. It is urged that a large number turn out for the practice. Woman's Club— The Algona Woman's club will meet Friday night at seven-thirty at the Library. Mrs. J. O. F. Price will give a talk on her recent trip through England. There will also be some musical numbers. A large attendance is especially desired as there will be elec tion of officers., ., LJ . Build Sleeping Porch a Several Alumni Athletes. There were several at the banquet who had taken a very active part in the athletic life of the college while students there. Among theme were Ray McWhorter of Burt and Harr- Ward of Algona, both of whom serve as captains of the Iowa State Colleg track team. Frank Barker held a re cord as a miler, and Ed. Hill was cap tain of the base ball team as well a. being a basket ball player. Dr H- E Woodward of Whittemore was alsi a base ball player. ; : O h? r ; A"ken talked in a general way about the college, mentioning.some o the personi, who have been jTt_ *i ~ "" v -*»**vc Lfccu cunzrevSM witti the college since its beginning 1 , and discussing the Memorial Union (Continued on Last Page) It's a groat way to solve the extra bedroom question. You (-an add on a sleeping porch for a small sumf— and you'll have the whole family scrapping for uppers and lowers in the outdoor Pullman. \Ve have the stuff sleeping porches are made of, at a price that won't give you a bad dream. F. S. Norton & Son 'Everything to Build With & the Fuel to Heat It.' Phone 229 Algona, Iowa. .. frvVW%ArtWWWW,^W^^ Long's Grocery "JUST A SHADE AHEAD" Algona 5c Bread Fresh Each Day We also sell the famous Algona Dairy Maid Bread which is made- with milk—8c a loaf or 2 for 15c, and Mother's Bread—lOc a large loaf. Candy Bars 2 for 5c Our Pork Outlets at 20c a Ib. are going over big. 10 bars Big 4 Soap for 29c, We buy eggs. Cash or trade, VMvywvwwyvwvw^^ Entertained Dinner Club— Mr and Mrs. W. D. Howie entertained their dinner club last Friday There are twelve members in the club Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and, W P. Hemphill won high score in bridge and Mrs. Henry Reimer and Fred Bartholomew won low. Entertained Club— Mrs. W. D. Howie entertained the Opportunity club at a one o'clock lun- heon last Wednesday. There are ight members in the club. Bridge was played and Mrs. Ralph Elbert won high score and Mrs. William Hawcott won low. loyal Neighbor Party— The Royal Neighbors will entertain leir husband or one guest at a card arty Friday evening, March 27. Each nember is to bring a covered dish. "h e March division will serve coffee nd sandwiches. There will be no harge. lelping Hand Society— The Helping Hand society of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 2, with Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Assisting hostesses will be Mis. Oarl Wauge, Mrs. Leonore Peck and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Doan S. S. Meeting— The regular once a month party of the Doan Sunday School will be 'held at the Wm. Green home on Friday evening, March 27. Each family Is to bring sandwiches and a covered dish. Hi-Lo Club- Mrs. Henry Reimer entertained the Hi-Lo bridge club on Monday evening. There were two tables. Mrs. Walter Lorenz wbn first prize and Mrs. T. L. Larson low prize. Entertained at Bridge— Mrs. Al Falkenhainer entertained at four tables of bridge last Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles won the high prize and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh v/on the second prize. Temperance Legion— The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter on Friday afternoon at four-fifteen. The lesson subject will be "Why Prohibition Came." Presbyterian Supper- Tile Presbyterian ladies will serve supper at the Legion hall Saturday, March 28, beginning at flve o'clock. The menu appears in another part of the paper. Joint Auxiliary Meeting- There will be a joint meeting: of the American Legion and Auxiliary at the Legion hall Friday evening at eight o'clock. A program will be followed by cards. Baptist Class to Meet— The Baptist Loyal Class will meet Thursday, March 28, at the H. N. Kruse home with the February and March group entertaining. Rubel 210. The first round was tarn with Phillips leading the fighting. Ru bel was content to stay back and le Philips come to him. Neither fighter received any hard blows in the initia round, but Rubel was warned a couple of times for using kidney punches which are barred. In the second round the battlers mixed it on a couple of occasions with Phillips getting in some telling punches. The fighters were irading some good wallops when Phillips let fly a right to the jaw of the beefy Rubel, who sank to the canvas and was counted out. Phillips Unmarked. Phillips was unmarked except for some red spots around his kidneys He was much too clever for the Spencer fighter who has a lot of beef but no science. Phillips displayed clever foot work and is very fast. He was in the pink of condition for the match having trained very day in the arena ftte "other bouts were terrible • to say he least. Most of the •fighters, if one could stretch a point and call them hat, looked as if they had never been n the ring before and they knew nothing about boxing. The audience should have been paid to witness the fights. Joe Hand of Emmetsburg, re- ereed. To Fight Soldis. Phillips fights Frankie Soldis of Min- eapolis at the Snencer fair ground Harch 30. This card is put on by the American Legion and will be a good ne with no palookas in the ring show- ng how little they know about box- »g. Soldis has engaged in over 300 ghts and is well known in the Twin ities. He weighs in at 165 pounds and 27 years old. It will be an eight ound go. "Cowboy" Vic Helgarty, the demon Insetter in the Hub bowling alleys, nil fight In one of the preliminaries t Spencer. He has been training for ver two weeks with Philips. "Cow- oy" weighs 150 pounds and carries ynamite in both fists. W. J. Becker of the Elk Cleaners is lanaging both Phillips and Helgarty. Episcopal €hurch. The Episcopal church in Algona will hold services next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Balance of Clothing Store . . "3 To Take Effect Monday, April 6, the day after Easter. Store closes indefinitely MONDAY, APRIL 6th We wish our friends to get in on this necessary sacrifice and from now to Saturday, April 4th, we offer the entire stock, nothing reserved at wholesale and less. 89 Men's Suits Up^toxdate nearly all sizes BHHnnnmnp 24 Men's Suits Newer Than the Newest House in Town One-Third off Most sizes in stouts, tails and shorts Boys' Longies, Young Men's and Knicker Suits ONE-HALF PRICE MEN'S HATS Choice of the store. ONE-HALF PRICE 100 pairs of MEN'S PANTS dress and work ONE-HALF PRICE 17 WINTER OVERCOATS 3 SPRING COATS ONE-HALF PRICE WOOL UNDERWEAR SWEATERS AND SHIRTS ONE-HALF PRICE Rummage Counter includes Caps, Hats, Shoes and Suib at a fraction of cost 19c, 49c and $1.95. Stiff collars sizes 13? fo 15 FREE"Saturday, March ZStKaFSTp. m. ^ "*"*" 7^t> Every out of date suit in stock, 6 suits $1.95. First Come, First Served. Small men's or large boy's. Our last advertisement. Thank you! Good-bye. Kraft-Misbach Co. Wesley Garage Men Suffered Injuries. Wesley, March 24. Special: Two painful accident befell garage workers here the past week when John A. Hauptmann of the Hanptmann garage nearly seyered. the index finger on his left hand when working with a sharp tool which slipped and caught his flng- eij. Budd, Devall, mechanic at the Charles Lander garage, amputated a big toe while working with a large chisel, which slipped and cut through his shoe and toe. Both are getting along nicely but are experiencing some inconvenience! Presbyterian Church. Passion Week services beginning with March 29 to April 5th, inclusive. Beginning with the morning services thfere will be worship every evening through the week except Saturday at seven-thirty. The thought of the worshipper wll be directed to the last moments of our Lord's earthly life. • All members and friends are earnestly requested to be present at and take some part in these special services. Do not forget your friend, and press upon them an invitation to enjoy these services with you—J. L. Coleman, minisr- ter, Attorney Van Ness Recovers at Rochester. Attorney El J. Van Ness who recently underwent an operation at Rochester for ulcers, of the stomach is reported as doing nicdy and is now able to sib up for. a; time. He expects to be able to leave the hospital by the last of the week but it will be several days before he will be able to come home. Mrs. Van Mass, who was with him during his operation, came home last week, out with her two sons, John and Rodney,, and, Attorney Stlllman, drove to Rochester to see him Sunday ^ WWVWVffJWV ^^^ ' TEST your brakes free! *** Th* lomowi Opodytor r ,,,, W«alhw Trtod U lupvlor la fraction. Net? how th« d«*p- cvt liehl-frippino block* arc placid In lU c«ntv of th* rr«od,wh«r«th*yb»long. Prtlt , Ih* palm of your hand upon thli triad and U»l how lh« | blocki grip and pinch ih* Avth. 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