The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 13
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Brfefjp mt^S!f!!zL.,... .. . ,_ ^^^ Attorney BdwWd Kelly of Irarg was in town Tuesday. *, «* to $1.00 store on at fimmetsburg over the J6* ISWly left Tuesday for DCS Moines «n butties*. /our aay& He will be gonVthwe or ^^ ' - °f jtoted with Mr. and MM. Ernest Thie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ohet *• Williams were home in Brundage and Mr. and at MBson Monday on business. Dr. H. M. Olson was unable to be at <offlee the ftesfe part of this week because of ft severe cold. MW. JT. L. Haverly of Wesley was a •Hor at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker, Saturday. State Highway Inspector Brown of Jtes Moines arrived here Tuesday and "Will be here about a week. *" °- Baker ""I «>n, were In clarion Sunday they visited with friends Alice Payne returned Sunday morn, In Harpers Perry. MW. A. T. Tweet and daughter, Marla end ln Tweet's home town. Mrs. Karl Wester returned Thursday after a visit since Sunday with her par- «nte, .Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Beard at Des .•coines. city. 1Snuin ' Peterson, Bemlce Storm Reld spent Saturday In .. _,—'• ST., Frances, Alice Dtl«y, all of Whlttemore . -,;£-" Wests at the M. J. Duffy home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Katz Bosewall and children of Blue Earth, Minn., spent the week end with the former's mother, Mrs. Chas. Rosewall. Miss Helen Bard, third grade teacher, received word Saturday of the death of her father and left immediately for her home in Marion, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Metear Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French were visitors in Minneapolis Saturday where the men attended to some business. Bruce Eekhart, Marcella Nelson, Nelna Crawford and Bill Finn drove to Dolliver where they spent the week end at the home of Brace's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robertson of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill and family from Wednesday evening until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Erlis of Baxter arrived here Sunday for a visit at the W. O. McCullough home. They expect to return to their home today or tomorrow. The ministers of the Fort Dodge Presbytery held a meeting at Fort Dodge Monday and Rev. and Mrs. O. Paul Carlson and Rev. A. English and daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss attended. Station XMAS will broadcast their JThe Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 14,1933 weeks' visit with his brother, J. B. Wheelock. Enroute to his home he stopped In El Paso, Texas, for & short visit. Attorney and MM. B. C. McMahon drove to Allison Monday on business. I 1 ? 7 **"]? accompanied a* far as Rockwell by E. c.'s mother, Mrs. Nellie Me- Mahoh, who stopped there to TlMb for the day. Theresa Von Bank spent the week end here with her friend, Anna Cape- slus. Monday she returned to Fort Dodge where she is now employed and Anna accompanied her and spent the day there. Mrs. George Rohenberger, ST., celebrated her 80th blrttiday last Friday. Some of her friends came and celebrated the event with her. Mrs. Hohenberger Is still able to be about her dally household duties. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stebbins and their daughter, Ardls, qf Good Thunder, Minn., where Clarence Is manager of the Botsford Lumber Company, spent Monday In Algona visiting friends. They formerly lived here. Stella Mae Breen visited her father at Mason City Sunday. Mr. Breen has been in the Park hospital the past few weeks, having undergone a major operation. He expects to leave the hospital the latter part of the week. There will be a pie social and Chrismas program at the Sherman No. 2 school on Thursday, December 21 at 8 o'clock. Ladles will please bring pies. Coffee will be free. The public is cordially Invited. ton. Ruby Kraft Teacher, Bernice Butand Miss Gertrude _ ——.,___ w TT»«B M» WV>V(V»-WV VAAVU * AVUMJ AfcACMV VUVl ITIITQ \fHf Vf UUt? Christmas program at the Sherman Brummond of Menomlnee, Wis., left for center school house on Friday, Dec.' •- - - - - P. T. A. Meeting Members of the p. T. A. met last ThS mLtSffi £&<£££%£ l tabte ," Of MAe * at her home'Monda} A™™£¥* had **?».Postponed from | evening. The high score was won by Four T*hl« Leon* McMahon entertained four the week before. Music was furnish *a by the Mothers chorus and Miss Bonnstetter and Rev. Hueser gave reports on the meeting at Marshalltown. Mitt Bonnstetter taked on the subject of health and Rev. Hueser on the Use of Leisure Time. A play was then presented by eight members of the P. T. A. which followed out theme of use of leisure time. This was under the direction of Mrs. Dennis Ooeders. Christmas Party at Library— The Woman's club will hold their 29, at 8 p. m. .Everybody is welcome and asked to be present at the studio. A Christmas program will be held at school district No. 1, Sherman township, December 19th at 8 o'clock. Special music will follow the program. A unch will be sold. Teacher, Etta Baon. Ernest Wheelock left Sunday for his home In Douglas, Arizona, after a three Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Wide Range Western Electric Sound—Head Phones—Holiday Booking New—Not shown at other points in the state for benefit of Kossuth county students at College. It's a great Home Coming—all new releases—best. Thursday and Friday, Dec. 14-15 Paul Muni and 26 Stars In "THE WORLD CHANGES" America must go on! Epic drama of the TJ. S. New News and Sine, Sisters Sing." Saturday, December 16 Double Fature— Big Thrill and Mystery Show. George Brent and Margaret Lindsay In " FROM HEADQUARTERS" and Carol Lombard in "SUPERNATURAL" Silly Symphony, 4 star 'Noah's Avk' and Adventures of Tarzan the Fearless Sun.-Mon., Dec. 17-18 The big Laugh Show of the Holiday Period! Will and Zasu on a Tin Can Tour! From Missouri to California during the depression in a Buick. WILL ROGERS ZASU PITTS Wonderful scenery In Grand Canyon and Yellowstone National Park enroute. Watch Florence Desmond imitate Katherine Hepburn for a big laugh. New News, Plenty of Fun in a Ford car and a saw mill. Thurs.-Fri. Dec. 21-22 Society Woman exposed as notorious gambler. Marvelous gowns worn by Kay Francis. Tues.-Wed. Dec. 19-20 An amazing story of a Pullman porter who became a king. Mrs. Charlie Chaplin (Llla Grey Chaplin) In "Seasonal Greetings" A musical of Importance AT 40 THE MISTAKES SHE, New News. Mack Bennett Comedy, Saturday, Dec. 23 Extra Special Attraction. Mickey Mouse, Adventures of Tarzan, the Fearless, Travel laugh and Coming Thurs., Fri., Dec. 28 and 29 and Saturday morning matinee The most hilarious low down in, Mitwy. W«d», Thuw,, Fii, Jan, 3-4-5 "Uttle Women" ! their home Sunday after visiting at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Adrian Burmeister. Mr. and Mrs. Bur- melster took them as far as Mason City. Bernard Tlerney and family of Ma son City spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. Oeo. Holtzbauer. They returned Sunday evening, taking Marilyn, who has been visiting here the past three weeks, with them. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Backus and their daughter, Beth, drove to Dubuque on Thursday and returned that same day, bringing another daughter, Eleanor, a student at the University of Dubuque, home. Eleanor will stay here until after Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges-left on Monday morning for Glendale, Arizona, where they will spend the winter, returning here around the middle of April. Enroute to Arizona they will stop at Fort Collins, Colorado, where they will visit a brother of E. J. Mary Blaha, employed at the Kent Motor Co., for the past seven years, resigned her position Monday and returned to her home In Belle Plalne, Minn. Loretta Howie, who has been Assisting Miss Blaha the past month, is now employed in the office. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton visited the former's niece, Mrs. R. E. Hefler at Granada, Minn., Sunday. Enroute home they stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter near Elmore and saw their baby which was born Dec. 3rd. This Is their flrst child. Mrs. Rlchtor is the former Mary Adams, annual Christmas party at the library Friday afternoon at three o'clock. The hostess, Mrs. W. H. Godden, Is to be assisted by Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mrs. L. G. Baker. A program will be presented following which light refreshments will be served. Each member is requested to bring a toy or else an article for use in welfare work. Cresco Mo hers and Daughters Club— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last Wednesday >y .Mrs. O. S. Moore with twenty-seven members present. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Will Runchey. The committee which will assist her are Mesdames E. C. Potter, O. S. Moore and D. 8. Wildin. Each person attending is asked to take a lOc gift. Baptist Loyal Claw Meet— The Baptist Loyal class will meet on Thursday, Deo. 14, with Mrs. Nellie Wheelock. Mesdames Freda Moe and Hattie Moulds will assist. Roll call will be answered by a short Christmas verse or a Bible verse pertaining to Christ's birth. They will be entertained by a Christmas story by Mrs. Ruth Cook. Everyone is urged to attend. Friday Night Club Meets— Mrs. W. D. Howie entertained her Friday night bridge club last Friday night with Mrs. Fred Bartholomew winning first prize and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill receiving second prize. Guests for the evening were Mrs. W .T. Daughan, Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. W. E. Laird, Mrs. J. W. Kelly, Mrs. O. W. Erlckson and Ferdinand Erickson. Surprises Husband on Birthday- Mrs. S. J. Stehle gave a pleasant birthday surprise party for her hus- jand Friday evening at their home. Bridge was played at three tables with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson winning high score prize and Mr. Peterson receiving travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Van Buskirk of Ottosen were out of town guests. White Elephant Luncheon— Twelve Delphians met at the home of Mrs. D. P. Smith Wednesday noon ind enjoyed a covered dish chow mein luncheon. This luncheon has also been ±J^± »5^ *• DUtt "» I SETS a "=^p=. one^ while attending school here. Rev. Hoerner is Kiwanis Speakei At the Kiwanis meeting last Wednesday Rev. R. J. Hoerner spoke on the subject of Hunger and Its Relief. The problem of feeding the vast number of citizens in this country and what has been done to those In need was discussed in his talk. Klwanians met on Wednesday noon instead of Thursday as usual, because of the Santa Claus parade. This week, officers for the coming year will be elected. Tht Purlu'ngJjnm fcotel 1100 LA SALLK AVENVX — * — T in ilriil and rrsirtrnllal lintel In Mlmirnpolls Qnli't, restful, yrl nrxr to rvrr>thine. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED LIGHT - AlttY "A Home Attaj/ from Home" — * — Afttr*— AH roonu with bath, 15 to $0 • d«J Kitchenette* (with eliclrkftl r«- frijerfction anil completely ec.ul|ipi'J> II tddJUunal Bmtei. I? to 110. lit- tfuccd re'tal* br the moQlll tOVLL KNJOY OVR CAFI fARKSK. Idanaga cause each member brings some household "white elephant" gift that they have had, to exchange with each other. Entertain at 6:30 Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan entertained their bridge club at a 6:30 dinner Monday evening. Christmas decorations were used on the table. Bridge was played at three tables during the evening and scores were kept and will be settled later. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough were guests of the club. L. O. A. Class Meet— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational Sunday School will meet at the home of Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley on Thursday evening, December 14. Each one Is to bring a lOc gift to exchange with some one else. Mesdames MTler and Kent Hostesses- Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained some of their friends a I: a one o'clock luncheon Monday. Bridge was played during the afternoon nd flrst prize was awarded to Mrs. H. L. Gllmore. ihristmas Party Monday— The Past Matrons of the Eastern Star •ill be entertained at a Christmas par- y Monday evening at a 1 o'clock lun- heon. Each Past Matron is asked to irlng a donation for a Christmas basket at that time. Three Couples Are Guests- Mr, and Mrs. Willard Ringgenberg entertained three couples at a one o'clock dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp and Mr. and Mrs Pete Waldron. Entertain Sunday Evening-— Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson entertained at a bridge party Sunday evning. Twelve guests were present Lydla Meyers was awarded flrst prize for ladles and Bill Dau received men's flrst prize. Hostess at Tea Friday— Mrs. Lloyd E. Hudson entertained a group of ladles Friday afternoon at a tea. n, ( I.U Dick Kline while the low score went te MarySandt. Refreshments were served later. Teachers Enjoy Luncheon— Dr. and Mrs. Cretemeyer entertained a group of high school teachers Sunday evening at a buffet luncheon, various games were enjoyed the remainder of the evening. Verona Benson Hostess- Verona Benson entertained the eight members of the New Deal club Sunday afternoon. The girls played bridge and Gertrude Long was awarded high score prise. Birthday Cltfb Meets- Mrs. K. D. James entertained the Birthday club of which she Is a member, Wednesday evening at a 6:30 dinner. Bridge was enjoyed during the evening. Women's Foreign Missionary— The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Anna March, 308 E. call street. • Child's Study Club— The Child's Study club will meet with Mrs. D. E. Dewel next Tuesday afternoon, December 19, at 2:18 o'clock. Red Hot Holiday Movies Booked A holiday moving picture program of pre-releases, including several pictures, which have not been officially announced as yet by the fllm companies, and will be shown here among the flrst places in the United States, have been booked at the Call Theatre, Mgr. N. O. Rice has announced. In making the bookings, he stated that the intention of the theatre was to offer a program attractive to the general public and especially the large number of students home for the holidays, who would thus be afforded a chance to see the latest pictures at their local theatre. Watch for the calendar with the program for the latter part of December. f«N0©€««l«l«l«ICl«^ Give a Man Wearing Apparel and Give Him a Merry Xmas He'll be glad to get something to wear, whether he's "choosey" or easy to please, don't take a chance of disappointing him with something that won't be to his liking. We'll be glad to help you choose gifts at the price you want to pay. i Junior Operetta Coming Friday The Junior high school operetta will be presented Friday, Dec. 15, in the high school auditorium. Every pupil in the Junior high is taking part. Leading characters are being taken ay Meredith Richardson, Barbara Hudson, Maxine Larson, Richard Norton, Doris Jones, Roger Michel, Harold Banwart, Barbara Haggard, Richard Keen, Mildred Pratt, Wayne Douglass, Marjorle Phillips, Eleanor Thorpe, Ted hrischilles and Edna Nordstrum. The play Is full of humor and music and promises to be entertaining. Presbyterian Chicken Supper— The Presbyterians will serve a chicken supper Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Legion hall. Menu will be found in ad in this paper. Everyone is invited. SHIRTS Soft collar attached. All modem colors. $1.29 $1.95 t WINTER HOSIERY Silk and lisle hose in all sizes and colors. 25c 36c 50c TIES In all the new designs and shades 50c $1.50 PAJAMAS Glover Pajamas—a gift any man will appreciate. Large and roomy. $1.50 $4.95 MUFFLERS For business and dress. Newest colors. 69c $1.50 $2.25 GLOVES Plgssklns, suedes, kid, loves. $1.65 $2.25 lined OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS Linen handkerchiefs, garter sets in cigarette cases, suspenders, tie clasps, collar clips, sweaters, and other useful gifts. Madson & Hanson <«*. Our Want Ads Bring Quick Results Christmas Gifts That Last Only 9 More Shopping Days, Let Us Help You With Them MAGAZINES All the current magazines and periodicals. Why not give a year's subscription to a mazazine for a Christmas gift? JUST OUT True Story Bed Book McCalls Liberty Cosmopolitan American Western Story and Love Stoiy Magazines. Detective Stories. Algona News Stand Located in The Smoke Shop, Give her a diamond set in the latest yellow and white mountings. $20 and up Fancy stone rings for Ladies' and Gents. Real Cameo rings at $10.00 Cigarette Cases and Lighters to match. Genuine Benson Lighters. $4 and up Leather Goods Bill folds with key and cigarette case to match. Ladies hand bags, and traveling sets. The Mocker and Cameo line. Pendants Pendants and neck chains in yellow and white with rings to match at $2.00 and up. Bracelet and ring sets $6.75 Silver A good time to match your pattern. Win. & Mary, Mary II and Colfax in Sterling. Other patterns in plated ware. Wrist Watches We are making a special discount on all wrist & strap watches. E%in, Bulova and Hallmark. Pocket Watches Give him a fine pocket watch. Hamilton, Illinois, Elgin. Special prices. Compacts with extra fillers at $1.50. Mesli bag and compact to match at $6.00. WEHLER'S Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing. Alg ona

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