The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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Iowa* Dee, 7,1983 Attend WMfliftt It M. C.- nftfed Van K«ss, daughter WIS: and Mrs. J. A. Van New, prominent family id Ma»n City, and Dr Cart P. H. Pfeffter of Qulncy, Illinois, wert married last Friday afternoon at Maron City. Hie fttmer MTss Van Ness is a niece of Senator L. J. Dickinson and the late E. C. Dickinson. She tofts been teaching art in the Sudlow Intermediate school at Davenport where *he will return after a short wedding trip. Dr. Pfelffer will continue his in- temeship in St. Luke's hospital at Cedar Rapids. Later they will make their home in Quincy, niinois. Those from here who attended the wedding were Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Helen Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall. Auxiliary Entertained at Party— /The members of the Auxiliary met Friday night and made nlans for the filling of Christmas baskets for the lieedy. Forty members were present. Following the meeting they were entertained at a Christmas party given by Mrs. V. V. Naudain, president. On the program were two solos sung by Mrs. Opal Morrison, a selection by Patty Jean MoMurray and a one act Christmas play given by Leota Zeigler and Mrs. Nel Larson, contests were then enjoyed and following that there was a buffet luncheon. The Legion hail was decorated along the Christmas colors and ideas. Celebrate Wth Weddnlg Anniversary— , Mr ( and Mrs. Oscar Anderson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Hobday evening by entertaining 145 relatives-and Wends at the I. O. O. F. Ban. After the dancing a delicious luhcheon was served at six long tables Married 48 tears- Mr, and Mrs. John Moulds celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary on December 1, and observed the occasion with a family dinner on Thanks* glvlng day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Wm: Green and family and Mrs. Tilla McCall. Mrs. Green Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moulds. Before her marriage Mrs. Moulds was (tattle Watts of saunemln, Illinois. D. A. R. Meeting t>eZ 12— The D. A. R. meeting will be held Dfc. 12th at the home of Mrs. Margaret Janse. Mrs. Eleanors LaBarre and Miss Ella Thompson will be assisting hostesses. Roll call will be answered with Christmas quotations and a Christmas program will be In charge of Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Etch member is asked to bring some article to be used In relief work. Thanksgiving Party at Okoboji— Six couples enjoyed Thanksgiving day and the evening before at BUI Mann's cottage at Okoboji. Couples were Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nugent, Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, Hal Cowan, Audra Benton of Wesley, BUI Mann and Bertha Kuchen- reuther. tb all present. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson •were presented with a purse by the firemen of Algona, of which organization, Oscar has been chief for a good number of years. Friends of the popular couple also presented them with a purse. Hostess at Buffet Sapper- Mary Elizabeth Godden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Oodden, entertained twelve of her school mates Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 at a buffet supper. Games and cards were enjoyed In the evening. Mrs. W. D. Howie Mrs. W. D. Howie was hostess to her bridge club last Tuesday afternoon A guest of the club was Mrs. Fen Erickson of Minneapolis. High score prize was received by Mrs. W. A. Bar ry and Mrs. R. A. Hargreaves won second prize. Mrs. Erickson was pre sented with a guest prize. TVo Kostuth November Bride* MRS. WALTER, 6OCHE OF BANCROFT PHOTO MRS. HOBBS OF AUOONA PETEfiSON PHOTO Two of the attractive brides of the past month in Kossuth county are pictured above. Mrs. Walter Goche of Bancroft, before her marriage, was Louise Lappe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lappe o f Bancroft. Walter Goche is one of the prominent younger men of the Bancroft community. Mrs. George Hobbs of Algona was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn, she was married Nov. 14 In St. Cecelia's church by Father T. J. Davern. They will make their home in Algona. Surprised on Birthday— A group of ladies surprised Mrs. Earl Bowman last Saturday afternoon and helped her celebrate her 21st birthday Bridge was played and the high .score was awarded to Mrs. E. Bowman. Mrs. Leo Bellock received travel prize. A dainty luncheon was served later. Supper at Baptist Church Set— A fried chicken supper will be served at the Baptist church Saturday, Dec. 9th. Soft string music will be 'urnished by the church orchestra. There wUl be both vocal and instrumental numbers. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Thursday and Friday, Dec. 7-8 Thursday Matinee, Santa Claus Day 2:30-4:30. Admission 10c-25c. <S<Vt« EOCAR DICE BURROUGHS Story FEARLESS Y. P. S. Elects Officers— The Trinity Lutheran Y. P. S. held its December meeting Tuesday nigh at the church. A good number o young people attended the meeting The usual educational hour was conducted by the. pastor, Rev. P. J. Bran er. Then followed the election of officers for the new year. The result of the election was as follows: president, Frieda Paetz; vice president, Helmuth Huenhold; secretary, Gerald Steussy; treasurer, Emmett Beard; librarian, Gervalse Beard. After the business meeting refreshments were served. IniUtlate New Member— The Past Matrons put on initiatory work last Friday evening at the Temple. A new member, Bernice Hargreaves, who teaches at Charles City, was initiated. This is an annual af- 'air sponsored by the Past Matrons. One hundred Eastern Star members were present. Mrs. Roy Keen Hostess to Club- Mrs. Roy Keen entertained the Birth- 'ay club Tuesday afternoon in honor f the birthday of Mrs. Harry Ward, who was presented with a prize. Scores ere kept and will be settled some time ater. Eleanor Norton was a guest of he club. . A. Luncheon Thursday— There will be a Ladies' Aid luncheon t one o'clock Thursday at the Con- rregational church. Guests from Em- netsburg are expected. Following the uncheon a playlet under the direction " Mrs. Dana Paxson wlU be presented. 72 More County Jobs Seventy-two more men have been allotted Jobs in Kossuth county, in connection with the Civil Works Administration, It was learned yesterday, bringing the total In the county who will be thus aided to 160 in all. Details of the new projects on which these men might work were not available as yet, but are being worked out. Allen Bninson to Bank Post in Omaha Allen A. Branson, a former Algona boy, who has been practicing law la Mason city the past three or four yean was recently appointed to the staff of the Federal farm loan bank at ooift* ha and took up his work In Omahft immediately following the appointment. Bis capacity in legal Investigator of titles in connection with loans being made by the bank to farmers in this, district. Allen was graduated from the Algona high school and later from the law school at the University of Iowa, With F. J. Ontjes at He was the time tlon. jjuflflftfl^^ iTHEATRE Only by comparison do things M* sume their rlgntful proportions. 8uch was the case recently, when your correspondent had occasion to vtoit a moving picture house In a nearby community. The admission price was 25 cents; S^Kf &;niw ££ 'he sound was terrible and the show accepted the new posl- WM ^^ ^^ and not ovefly ,„. Harold Neville Sick at Amarillo, Texas Harold Neville, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Neville, is now in a sanitarium at Amarillo. Texas, where he is taking electrical treatments and sulphur baU;s to relieve arthritis with which he U bothered. Plans had been made or Harold to be taken to Arizona but his condition became so bad before he rrlved there that he was taken off the train at Amarillo. Harold has been own there a month and will stay un- U spring before returning to his ome at Humboldt where he is in busl- ess. He Is now able to walk around with the aid of two canes a few mln- tes each day. Church of the Nazarene A. W. and Hazel Irwin, pastors Sunday Bible School 9:45 with a cla. c s for everyone and a teacher for ivery class. Morning worship at 11:30. Theme, The Joy of Living." Evening ser- ice at 7:30, theme, "The Cause of Borrow." Prayer meeting Wednesday evnlnc: 7:30. You are Invited and all who come are made welcome. Presbyterian Church Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Minister Sunday School at 10 a. m. Frank Geigel, supt. Morning worship at 11 m., communion service. Christian Dry Cleaners Meet; One Price Change A district dry cleaners meeting was held Sunday at the City Hall in Algona. Sixteen dry cleaning plants were represented. At the meeting a temporary partial price list was established as approved by the administration and code authority on November 28. The only change in prices was made on suite which were raised from 75c to 95c. Hugh Sperry of Fort Dodge was elected president of the organization with W. J. Becker of Algona as vice president. Harry Holmes of Algona was elected chairman of the administration x>ard which is composed Of five members. Special Merchants' Matinees—Admission Merchants' Tickets for the Children—1 hour comedy program (New) 12 to 1 o'clock. Regular matinee (new show) "TARZAN, THE FEARLESS." Merchants' Children Matinees 4:30 to 5:30—5:30 to 6:30. Merchants' Tickets. Admission Saturday, Dec. 9 Double Feature Program. A great western. More action than ever before. John Wayne in "Somewhere in Sonora" A dandy air picture. Dick CromweU in "ABOVE THE CLOUDS" and Last Episode Kit Carson serial. Sun.-Mon., Dec. 10-11 New News—one dav old. Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 12-13 Mae Tinee, Critic, says "The Best production that ever came from Hollywood. Don't—I beg of you—pass it up—vital as 'Cimmaron"—sensous as 'She Done Him Wrong.' " WHAT A MAN WAS HENRY! He makes Mae West look like an amateur. Also The 4 star Colored Silly Symphony "Noah's Ark." Thursday and Friday, Dec. 14-15 Thrilling story of four generations of one pioneer American family. A i' 01 "THE WORLD CHANGES Thanksgiving Dinner Guests— Guests at a Thanksgiving dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson weie Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schafler and family of Mason City, Mrs. J. O. Paxson and Mr. and Mrs. Dennies Goeders and family. Entertain Guests at Turkey Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Dg White entertained several guests at a turkey dinner on Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs W. A. Foster, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker, Mrs. G. H. Free and Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Joint Meeting Weil Attended- There were 150 present at the joint meeting of the Masons and Eastern tars Tuesday at the Temple. Follow- ng the program which was published a week before, a delicious luncheon was served. Dancing Party for Young People— Five couples were entertained at a dancing party Friday night at the home of Dick Norton. Out of town guests were Virginia and Paul Seward of Chicago. Refreshments were served ater. Benefit Smoker at Temple— Algona Masons will hold a benefit ;moker on Thursday evening, Dec. 7th at 8:00 p. m. at the Temple. Games, unch and a smoke for 25c. Everybody Is asked to come and everyone is welcome. Tea Honors Mrs. L. s. Seward— Mrs. Raymond Norton was hostess at a tea Saturday afternoon at 2:30 In honr of Mrs. L. C. Seward of Chicago. Eight friends were present and enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. W. C T. U. to Meet at Hodges— The regular monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. W. H. Hodges next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Frank Geigel will be the leader. Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. August Slagle and family and Mrs. Chester Long and family enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner at the Homer Boevers home in West Bend. Ladies Aid at 2:30— Tideavor at 6:30 p. m. Evelyn Smith, eader, Evening service at 7:30 p. m. A religious drama entitled "Under Authority," will be given Sunday evening under the direction of Miss Atha Hardgrove. This Is an Interesting drama taken from the Biblical incident of the healing of the centurion's servant. The newly formed orchestra, under the leadership of Miss Margaret Blossom will furnish the music Ev- eiyone is invited to attend. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed at the morning service Sunday. Parents wishing to have children baptized may make arrangements by calling or seeing the pastor. The telephone number is 132-J. Cosgrove a Guest The Kossuth cuonty board of supervisors met Tuesday, with the allowing of bills as the chief business of the day. They will convene again Thursday. Will Cosgrove, who will succeed Olaf Funnemark as supervisor the flrst of the year, was a guest of the board at the meeting Tuesday. Shot in Foot Lone Rock: Tom Long, son of Mrs. Alex Krueger, accidentally shot himself in the foot with a 410 guage shotgun at the L. B. Hollister home last Thursday. Tom was able to return to school, Monday 1 , with the aid of crutches. He is a junior in the high school here. terestlng. But the trouble with us was that we're spoiled. For a dime more, if you want to sit downstairs in the evening performance, the Call Theatre offers the most perfect sound equipment we have listened to, and a show that is by several reels longer than anything outside of metropolitan centers, and pictures that are new and good. Which Is another way of our saying that we believe the Call Theatre has a vote of thanks coming for its excellent programs and modern, ever- alert management. • * • Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, "The Private Life of Henry vm' is slated for its local Showing. This picture, the product of English directors, makes Mae West look like an amateur, according to press critics who have previewed the show. And as an added attraction, a colored silly symphony, "Noah's Ark" is scheduled. This is said to rival "The Three Little Pigs" • * • The Saturday double feature program winds up the Kit Carson serial, and includes a western picture starring John Wayne, hero of "The Three Musketeers," and a dandy air picture, "Above the Clouds" featuring Dick Cromwell. • » • Other pictures of the week are Tarzan the Fearless," Thursday and Friday of this week, and Marie Dressier and Lionel Barrymore in "Christopher Bean," Sunday and Monday. Oh Mary—We'll have the biggest Christmas ever this year—at the least cost. We did our shopping at Gambles. Most of their prices are lower than last year and such a wonderful assortment of gifts. Christmas Cards, 10 assorted lOc, 25 for 25c. Hospital News better*} Hospital item December 1st, Louis Bufis of Wodea underwent a major operation. December 2nd, Robert Anoell of Algona submitted to ft major operatic*, December 5th, Merle Webster of Algona had Bis tonsils removal Oeoembet 6th, E. Van. Dufcefcft* W Brltt had a tumor removed from hit UP- Kwsnth Hospital News A baby boy, weighing BK lb»., wit bom Friday morning to Mrs, Hatfem Lacy of Humboldt. A baby girl, weighing 7fc Ibs,, and named Mary Ann, was born to Mrs. Herman Nordman of Wesley Friday morning. Mrs. Paul Hudson of Irvington entered Friday for medical care. Her condition la very much improved. Ronald Gardner of Algona underwent a minor operation Saturday afternoon. Dorothea Stevens of Algona had bar appendix removed Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Rledel of Fenton was brought in Saturday evening after having suffered several serious gashes In an automobile accident. Her daughter, Charlotte, was also brought In but returned home Sunday. Mrs. Irwin Kuecker of Whittemore entered the hospital also Saturday evening, suffering with gashes, and returned home Monday.. Mrs. F. W. Merchant of Bradgate underwent a major operation Friday afternoon. Pauline Culbertson, thirteen year old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbertson of near Algona, submitted to 4 major operation Tuesday. Sylvia Harrand of Algona Underwent a major operation Monday afternoon. Hats—$1.00 each.—The Elite Shop. 4» Dance I. O. O. F. Hall Wednesday, Dee. 13 CARL WEST and his orchestra. Featuring the famous radio trio Wynken, Blynken and Nod Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m. The Ladles Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Louis Hintz. Sunday School teachers' meeting on Friday at 7:30 p. m. Confirmation instructions Saturday at 10 a. m. The school children and the members r. f v, & e Bibl Jr class ^ Practice ~1or Christmas Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. The Messrs. Henry Lavrenz, Walter Will and Chas. Geilenfeld will this year collect for the Christmas tree. Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, sermon topic, "The Goal of the Christian Faith". Young people's meeting at 7 o'clock. Baptist Church Arthur S. Hueser, pastor The flrst of a series of Christmas services was held last Sunday night We plan to have a service of like nature each Sunday night beginning at 7-30 o'clock. The last one of the season will be on Christmas Eve. These ser- ices will help to create that fine Christmas spirit. You will find them different from the regular type. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. u. at 7 p. m. Bible Study and Confidence Builder class Wednesdays at 7:30 p. m. Indies Drop Finale By a margin of a point after touchdown, the Algona Independents dropped their last game of the season, Thanksgiving Day, to the Fairmont eleven on the local field. This was Algona's third meeting with Fairmont and the third defeat, all of which were by close margins. If you're not sure you'll start in cold weather, you need a Tiger Super-Active Battery—More plate surface means more power. 17-plate, Ford, Chev., Pontiac, etc., $6.79 ex. months. Others, $3.49. Guaranteed 18 Gamble Stores. 49 New stamped linens and cut work designs.—The Elite. 48 at noon on Thursday, the Methodist Ladies' Aid will be held at 2:30. Mrs. L. M. Merrill's division will serve. Baptist Ladies Aid to Meet— The Baptist Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon wilh Mrs. J. Urch. Assisling hostesses are Mesdames O. Elkins, W. Bowman and Clark. Surprise Birthday Party- Mrs. Paul Danson gave her husband a pleasanl birthday surprise parly on Saturday evening al Iheir home. Four couples enjoyed Ihe courtesy. L. O. A. Bake Sale Friday— The L. O. A. class of Ihe Congregational church will hold a bake sale at Anderso's meat market Friday afternoon beginning al 1 o'clock. Helping Hand Meeting Postponed— The Presbylerian Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. Carl Specht on Friday afternoon instead of Thursday. Embroidery Club— The Cresco Embroidery club will hold their Chrislmas party at the home of Mrs. Gc ->rge Hackman on December 13. Church Supper on December 16— The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will hold a church supper on Dec. 16th, it, has been announced. Engagement Announced— Mr. and Mrs. s. E. McMahon announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marion, at a six-thirty dinner Tues- found the secret "revealed in tiny news papers at each place. The newspapers contained the list of passengers who were sailing on the good ship "Malri- mony." Marion will be married the middle of January, lo Richard Schmitz of Storm Lake. After dinner bridge was played at two tables. Elizabelh Nugenl won the high prize and Kathleen Holtzbauer the second high. Lucille Malueg to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg announce the engagement and approaching mar- raige of their daughter, Lucille, who will be married Thursday, December 28, to the Rev. O. E. Parrett of Terre Haute, Indiana. The announcement was revealed to a small group of Lucille's friends who were entertained at the Malueg home Friday evening. Lucille has been teaching music in the schools of Nemaha. Iowa, this year but resigned at Thanksgiving time. Football Banquet Friday— The mothers and fathers of the football squad, yell leaders and managers of the team are giving a 6:30 ban- :uet at the high school Friday night. Present will be the mothers and fathers of Ihe squad and the high school faculty. At 8:15 the fathers and mothers of the band will serve ice cream and cake to members of the band and the guests of the banquet. A program will follow. Announcement In response to the many inquiries for clasp envelopes we are glad to announce that we have just received a shipment of two sizes, 6"x9" and 9"xl2". These envelopes are gummed and have a metal clasp for sealing or making a temporary fastening. : The Algona Upper Des Moines For R.C.A. Victor Radios and Radio Repairing SEE Holecek Radio and Music Shop Phone 371 Algona, Iowa. A New Organization Join the Good Fellow Club. The only object of this society is to chip In to buy Christinas Dinner for the needy children of this community. To make some llttte heart glad and fill some little stomach with good victuals. See Jlmmie Neville If you want in on this bunch of happiness. The Jack pot all goes to Miss Bonnstetter, the school nurse. Jimmie Neville Timely News For The LADIES Our dress buyer is in the eastern style center this week selecting dresses appropriate for the holiday season. You may visit our dress department with the assurance of seeing the very smartest styles and colors in Hostess—Sunday night—semi- Formal and Street Dresses at prices you are willing to pay. It's Xmas Shopping Time If you haven't seriously thought of Christmas shopping yet, you will be reminded of it in a very pleasant way when you visit our store-filled with useful, practical gifts for everyone from baby to grandmother, Shop comfortably in Algona'a Largest and Most Complete Store Christensen Bros. Co. "THE CHRISTMAS STQRE," If you haven't received one of our Xmas Gift Circulars, please phone or call for one. \

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