The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1933 · Page 7
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SWEACITYCAGE TEAM EDGES OUT ARTOONC FIVE Tinal Score 24-20; Two Teams Hit Merry Pace Entire Contest »g a tie In the first quarter and at JThe Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 21,1933 have gone to New York on a Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson old and new tune dance will be at the Legion hall on Tuesday ev- »»?*;«. . "* T Owners orchestra of East chain will furnish the music, Fif- ~- attended the dance held last rt.T he i I u iwa ,. Theatre reopened Satur««» v?*l ^f^R "°ne Man's Journey. Victor Leiand Is the new owner. TUB theatre has been newly decorated heatlnB »»"»*«» has been at ta holdln * a reduction at his farm on Tuesday, Dec. 19. horseSi "*• flnd hundred and fifty members ^ ulld and * eil MM Tt? a = y at the 0uUd a •on Friday. A Christmas prgoram featured the entertainment. -i 7 ^,. women have been #ven work to CWA recovury projects. They will remodel clothing and make quilts, etc tor the needy. They have the council rooms as their work room. Mrs. Gladys Pretty was married In Minneapolis to Roland Evanson and - -' ------ _ . E. Young is holding a closing out or completp farm equipment on °' Mr> Youn * has been In poor for some tune. Mr. and Mrs. Young plan to spend the winter with a daughter In Wisconsin. Swea city won tnree firsts In the junior declamatory contest. The winners were Reginald Winter, oratorical; Leona Carr, dramatic; Gordon Buell Pearson, humorous. Contestants were from Grant, Ledyard, Lakota and Swea Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Twee"ten, Misses Edith and Pearl Dahl, Miss Elna Berg and Thorwald Dahl were local singers who sang in "The Messiah," which was given at Esthervllle Sunday even- Ing. Mrs. Tweeten and Miss Berg had solo parts. Officers elected at the Royal Neigh bor meeting recently are as follows Mrs. wan. Chrlstenson, oracle; Mrs John Pearson, vice oracle; Mrs. Ear Nagel, recorder; Mrs. August Peterson receiver: Mrs. E. S. Anderson, chancellor; Mrs. George Butterfleld, marshall Mrs. Roy Hartshorn, Inner sentinel Mrs. E. c. Peterson, outer sentinel; Mrs. W. O. Nelson and Mrs. D. A. Link managers. • I , [ , i ( -—-•-—-•••"*-^'w-^«w«_^»««-,»«««^wn«,ww*.V*•«_»!•« VMt. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa It will be a grand homecoming for Kossuth county colleee students at home during the holidays. BOOKINGS ALL SPECIAL New—not having been shown In the College Towns or other cities. All bookings extra fine entertainment. Thur«.-Fri., Dec 21-22 She ruled society and the underworld. Marvelous gowns will please the women. Kay Francis in "THE HOUSE ON 56TH ST." New News. Knock Out Kisses Comedy Saturday, Dec. 23 Extra Quality—It's Big—New. Come and Get it. Mary Elizabeth Fosttr, freshman at Cornell College, is expected home today for the holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster and Mrs. Cora Virgin spent Sunday afternoon with relatives at Bancroft. M. M. Morrow and children, Gertrude and Charles, of Audubon visited with mends here over the week end. June Adele Overmyer is expected iome Saturday from Oskaloosa where she teaches. She will have a week's vacation. Bernlce Stock will come home Friday night from Eagle Grove where she is teaching and will spend two weeks' vacation here. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker and Durwood will spend Christmas at Clarion at he home of Mrs. Baker's sister, Mrs. T. H. Frttee. Mr. and Mrs. George Stell of Elmore, Minnesota, will spend the coming week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman. H. C. Klamp will leave Friday for Charles City, where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. A. B. Fluhrer, for an indefinite time. George Kannouff Is expected home today for the holidays from Iowa City where he Is a student at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rahm of Des Moln- Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger attended the funeral of 'the former's cousin at West Bend Monday. Most of the students of the Iowa State College at Ames arrived at their homes here yesterday. Mrs. A. Uhlendorf of Chicago came Tuesday to spend the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Dennis Ooeders. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and children of Des Moines are expected here Saturday for a visit over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baldwin of Orundy Center were guests at the home of their cousin, Mrs. A. A. Bisji- op, Monday. Mrs. C. B. Nasby of Omaha, came ——• • —--*• «&*ut *^M *VC**M11 \J^ i^Ct3 1V1U111* es^were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the hntne nf -fr.h» laffot.'.. MnwAnf.. «»«• parents, Mr. * Mickey Mouse Big Comedy Program. Sunday, December 24 j i I 1 1 1-3 matinees, 5-7-9 Night. It's fun—New. Kidding California weather and Earthquakes .Is Lee Tracy's Slant. Pitts and Todd Comedy "Backs to Nature" Technicolor 81n?le Reel Feature "MENU" Mickey's Good Deed" New News. Christmas Day, December 25th Extra big attraction to be released and announced. We're shooting fora big bet — watch. Tue*. Wed. Dec. 26-27 £ Type 'When Ladies Meet' — that pleased so many a few weeks since. Guaranteed attraction. Additional Musical Act. Thursday, Friday, December 28-29 S Thursday matinee 2:30. Special matinees Saturday, Dee. 30—10 and 12 o'clock. Prices 10c-25c. the home of the ._ and Mrs. E. A. Schemel. Ruth McMahon, who teaches at Galva, spent the week end at home. Ruth will come here again next Saturday for her Christmas vacation. Tyrrel Ingersoll, attorney at Cedar Rapids, is expected here Saturday for a visit over Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Kulow, Walter Balvanz and Herbert Balvanz, all of Hubbard, Iowa, visited the home of Rev. P. j. Braner-.'last week. Maurice McEvoy,-Bon of Clerk and VIrs. E. J. McEvoy, will arrive here on Saturday for vacation from Muscatlne, where he is attending junior college. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Dalas Center will spend Christmas day ind three or four days after with the fitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk drove to Minneapolis last Wednesday and pent the following two days at the lome of the latter's sister, Mrs. K. H. McLaren. Mr. and Mrs. Perd Erickson of Mln- teapolis returned to their home Tuesday after a three weeks' visit at the lome of the former's brother, Oscar' Srickson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Closson and two children of Mason City will come to the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig, Saturday for a visit over Christmas. William Munflux, sttident at Iowa State College at Ames, arrived here Monday evening and will spend the vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Thelma Horigan Is expected here from Minneapolis Friday and will spend Christmas vacation at her home. She will be accompanied by Ruth Stokes of Minneapolis who will visit Jier parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes over Christmas day. here Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James, until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders spent Saturday and Sunday in Fort Dodge where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morey Thompson. Eddie Slfert left Wednesday for St. mil, where he will give several performances during the holidays for the Elks, Moose and Shriners. Mrs. A. T. Tweet and daughter, Maryin, returned Monday from Waukon where they had been visiting since on Friday with relatives and friends. Mrs. Robert Carney sprained her ankle Monday morning when she stepped Mrs. Mike Johnson, mother of Bertha Johnson, has been sriously 111 the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon, Mrs. 8. E. McMahon and her daughter, Marlon, spent last Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Des Moines where Maurice went on business. Mrs. H. T. Miller of Oklahoma City arrived today at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mr». p. v. Janse. Mrs. Miller plans to visit here until the middle of January. Dorothy Sellstrom, student at the Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, Minnesota, arrived home Saturday for vacation. She will not return until the first week of January. Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse left for Mlnburn, Iowa, Sunday upon receiving the news that Rev. Hulse's mother had passed away. At this writing Rev. and Mrs. Hulse had not returned. G. D. Brundage, L. M. Merrltt and \n A 1 Poromount Picture pn One of the most elaborate stor- ZSg&mWWMM i es 6ver filmed. A 4**** special. It's apleasuretobe!able to show tills holiday entertainment in line with i&o bit? citv th6&tr€S tit tills tinio. NEW NEWS. Captain Henry's Radio Show. Coming Jan, 3-4-5 Wednesday, Tlmrsday and Friday. Thursday matinee 2:30. Mickey Mouse and New News. "Little Women" on Western Electric Wide Range §ound. Think of the pleasure in store for you, THEY LEAP FROM THE | BOOK AND flYtf.. . «• In Amerlc»'t 6«it lev eel rp/na/ic*/ Algona Building & Loan Association Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 This Association has always paid their regular dividends of not less than 7 per cent on Installment shares and 5 per cent on paid-up Shares. Assets Over $138,000.00 Over Pour Hundred Accounts holding shares in association. Unusual safety through conservatively appraised city real estate loans is your security. Loans are First Mortgage Loans reducing each month and fully insured Investments In building and loan shares can be made at any time In any amount. Your earnings start at once. Our Association is state supervised and is a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank. We Invite your inquiries. Algona Building & Loan Association 7 North Dodge St. C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y off the curb north of the court house and turned her ankle on some ice. Margaret Hum came Sunday for a holiday visit until the Tuesday after Christmas with her mother. Margaret Is a chemistry technician at the clinic in Rochester. Mary Janice Rice, arrived here on Monday morning from Ami Arbor, Michigan, where she Is a student at the University of Michigan, and will spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton and children and William Quarton of Cedar Rapids are expected here Saturday and will spend over Christmas at the W. B. Quarton home. John Pairburn of North Dakota came here Monday after a few days at his old home at Whittemore. He Is here on business. He makes his home with his daughter, Louise. Miss Jane Suttle of Aberdeen, South Dakota, will spend the Christmas vacation with her aunt, Mrs. V. V. Naudain. Miss Suttle is a student at Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock and family of Sioux City will come Saturday and will spend the time until after Christmas with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Larson and family will leave for Cedar Rapids Saturday where they will visit Mrs. Larson's father, P. M. Gerstner. They will return Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeZellar and son, Jimmy, will leave today for St. Paul where they will visit Mrs. DeZellar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Greeley during the holiday vacation. Prlscilla Southgate is expected here Sunday evening and will visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Theo. Herbst, for the next two weeks. Priscllla is now teaching physical education at Eveleth, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson and son, Charles, and Mrs. J. O. Paxson will spend Christmas day at the P. B. Schaffer home in Mason City. Mrs J O. Paxson will leave the latter part of this week for Mason City. Joe Kelly, Jr., is expected'home either today or tomorrow from South Bend, Indiana, where he is a freshman at Notre Dame, for about a ten days' visit over the holidays. Joe is a *33 graduate of St. Cecelia's academy. ; Rev. 'O. E. Parrett of Hartsville, Indiana, and his brother, Maurice of Terre Haute, Indiana, arrived Wednesday at the home of the former's fiance Lucille Malueg. Rev. Parrett and Miss Malueg will be married December 28th George Elbert left Wednesday' for Omaha where he will attend a meeting of Dodge dealers for the next couple of days. He was accompanied by Mrs Elbert and her sister, Kathleen Barnes who went as far as Des Moines where they will visit during George's stay In Omaha. I Mrs. E. W. Lusby and daughter, Irene, drove to Mount Vernon Wednesday to get another daughter, Marguerite Dalziel, and also Bernice Har- rlne-ton and Arba Dee Long . The three girls are students at Gtfnnell College and will spend Christmas vacation at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Turgeson and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Olson, all of Amboy, Minn., were dnlner guests at the Henry Aman home Friday after attending the funeral of Mrs. W. H. Leigh of Amboy, which was held here. Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Bonnett and son, Edward, also of Amboy, Minnesota, were guests over the week end at the Aman home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman and Mr. end Mrs. Prank Norman all of Winnebago, Mihn^sota, expect to spend Christmas with their niece, Mrs. D. A. Barnard. They will also be accompanied by Mrs. H. N. Van Arnem, grandmother of Mrs. Barnard. Miss Grace Van Arnem of Fargo, North Dakota, will spend the holiday vacation with her sister, Mrs. Barnard. Matt Streit attended the Eighth Dls- irlct Legion meeting which was held at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Sreit accompanied her husband and visited with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pouhy of Des Moines were gueste Monday and Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins. The Fouhys lived on a farm at the east outskirts of town several ,-ears ago. Fred Bierstedt of Whittemore was ,he winner of the copper whistling tea- tetUe given away last Saturday at the C. S. Johnson store. This was the second teakettle the store had given away in two weeks. Mrs. Jennie Dye of Minneapolis Is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey. Mrs. Dailey's brother and wife, Mr. and Mis. E. D. Dye of Minneapolis will arrive the last of the week to spend Christmas in Algona. Attorney Don Hutchison of Cedar Rapids returned to his home Tuesday, after spending several days In Algona where he was one of the attorneys In a case tried last week. Don also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. D. J. Habeger will leave Friday for Cedar Palls and will bring back his daughter, Margaret, and also Margaret Vigars for a two weeks' vacation over the holidays. Both the girls are sttld- ents at the Iowa State Teachers College there. Mr. and Mrs. C. Wayne Driver of Hoquiam, Washington, arrived last Wednesday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, L. Driver. This Is his first visit here In eighteen years. The younger Mr. Driver Is an electrician now and was formerly a postal clerk. The couple will visit here for two months or more. Mr. and Mrs. George Mergen, Jr., and son of Roseville, California, are visiting at Whittemore with Mr. Mermen's mother, Mrs. George Mergen, Sr. Mrs. Mergen, Jr., was a visitor in this iffioe last week and brought word from ler father ,Herman Rantzow, well mown retired Whittemore business man who has made his home in Roseville for several years. Mr. Rantzow sends greetings to his many old friends n Iowa. Cecil Benner left Monday morning for Humboldt where he has been transferred by the Bell Telephone Company. Cecil has been employed here by the Bell Telephone Company for the last two years, coming here September 1, 1931 from Charles City. He worked as test board man for two years and as combination man the remaining few months. He is now employed in Humboldt as an unpunctual clerk. This Is n very good promatlon of which Cecil is worthy. Algona Ready to Celebrate Xmas in Holiday Fashion Algona was preparing for Christmas this week. The stores were thronged with shoppers, many of tham taking advantage of the decision of local firms to remain open until 9 a. m. each even- Ing. All Algona churches were making extensive preparations for Yuletide programs, and columns elsewher carry a more detailed account of the Christmas programs. Many other communities throughout Kossuth county have already held or will hold within the next two days, Christmas programs of one sort or another. Algona's main street, and the principal business sections of other Kos- soth county towns were gaily decorated with colored lights and holly wreaths. Mailing of letters, cards and packages hit Its stride this week at the post- office when clerks reported an extreme- y heavy rush. Both ingoing and outgoing mall Increased severol hundred per cent. We don't want a radio set an hand Jan. 1st. That's the reason for thte Gigantic Radio Sale. Tske your pick from many styles. Sets at all prices, starting at $12.96.—Gamble Store*. 61 • Christmas Night Monday, Dec. 25 I. 0. O. F. Hall Deloris Deane's Country Club Vagabonds Wednesday, Dec. 27 Regular Dance I. O. O. P. Hall Chan Caldwell and Harlem Club 12 Artists his r^' vm. • ^ r< ii'im j.\ .V «'•:» $«• FOR SALE—Threshers or corn shell- ers' liens. Algona Upper Des Moines 'Katharine 'HEPBURNl m WOMEN Santa himself could do no better than our bakers have done in preparing wonderful baked goods for the big Holiday feast. Here are breads, pies, cakes and pastries that show that Santa remembers the importance of the appetite at Christmas. BPEOIAIr-FBUIT CAKE—a real, old-fashioned cake that's laden with nuts and fruits to thrill any palate Wo lb. Wilson Bakery BIG TOY SALE! Even Gamble's low toy prices are cut for clean-up. Starting today, Tinker Toy, 98c, Cowboy Suits, $2 25, Builder Set 79c. Tool chest 79c, Cowboy Holster sets, 79c, Roulette Wheel 79c. 81 A Most Sincere Wish to You and Yours And may the gladsome spirit of the holiday season abide with you in the coming year. The Iowa State Bank HOLIDAY FARES SLASHED BARGAINS Everyday—Everywhere Until Jan. 1 RETURN LIMIT JAN. 15 CENTS a Mile Each Way for the Round Trip in Coaches CENTS a Mile £ach Way for the Round Trip Good in all equipment—space extra. No surcharge Tickets Now on Sale. C. A. JOYNT, Algona, Iowa. The MILWAUKEE RooT IH 2 Here's St. Nick's Favorite Dessert Your guests won't succumb to after-dinner drowsiness if you serve our ice cream for dessert. Cooling and refreshing—its tangy flavors are just the thing to top off a heavy dinner of turkey and fall the fixin's. And think of all the trouble our ice cream can save you in the kitchen. Chocolate and Vanilla, 40c qt. packed & delivered iPancy creams, 45c qt. packed and delivered. Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory KOHLHAAS GARAGE Chevrolet Chevrolet Stand by for the 1934 Chevrolet — Comins S oon We have a new windshield defroster. Come in and see it, TOO USED CARS—1930 Chevrolet coach; 1929 Olds sedan. We extend our heartiest Christmas Greeting and wish you a Happy New Year.

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