The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1937 · Page 8
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GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stack of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY 38-tf One Up In Front Sketched from stock. Ask to see style 260, $2,95 to $675 Up go shoes, soaring over the instep, and this little sandal is the gayest, maddest example we have seen. It sweeps toward the ankle, then is slashed to the sole on the side. And the bold cut-outs will air-condition your feet delightfully. In sturdy white leather, with a smartly tailored heel for only $3.93. And other smart styles up to 5G.7j. Christensen Bros, SHOE DEPT. Home of Big Pictures during Reconstruction of New Call Now Showing Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McRea "INTERNES CAN'T TAKE MONEY" Saturday-Sunday-Monday Continuous from one o'clock Sat, Sun., Monday mat 2 p. m. Nin» n»wiong moiholot by Gordon tRtvtlt CoiteN • Uoh Ray • Oovi. • DW* F° Miltt Mondt« w~« .•" «••«••• *•••••' Added Hurling", "Eyes on You" and DrLuxe News Tuesday-Wednesday, "Chas. Chan at Olympics" Pop Eye—Musical ttiid News The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6,1937 Q^ores Ensy Acos— The Easy Ace bridge club met a Mrs. Chris Wnllukaits Tuesday nft ernoon. Prizes in bridge were re reived by Mrs. Roy woolridge, Mrs Elmer Phillips and Mrs. William Gcering. D. A. R.— ~"~ The Daughters of the American Revolution meet Tuesday for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. A. L. Long Mrs. P. V. Jnnse, and Mrs. Gail Pettit. The regular monthly meeting will be followed by an election of officers for the coming year. Birthday Dinner— Mrs. K. J. Hough entertained at n 0:30 dinner at Hie home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Monday evening, honoring the hirthdnys of her husband. E. J. Hough. Mrs. Lon Wright, and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison. There were twelve guests present. Following dinner, bridge was played it the Hougli home. The guests of honor were presented with gifts. Prizes at bridge went to Donald Hutchison, and Mrs. Lon Wright. eioii Auxiliary— The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the hall. Friday. May 7, nt 7:45 p. m. This is to be n joint meeting. The Indies are entertaining the Legion boys. A special Poppy program lias been planned, follow- d by cards and refreshments. Mrs.) Ted Larson is in charge of the pro gram. Mrs. G. D. Brundage ha.« charge of the entertainment anc refreshments. This is the regular Poppy month for the Auxiliary, anc this is the Poppy meeting. Gncl-Ahntit Teas— The January Circle of the Congregational church entertained this week at a series of Gad-About teas. Monday. Mrs. L. F. Rice was hostess. Tuesday the tea was at the home of Mrs. Jimmie Neville. Wednesday, the hostess ivns Mrs. Don Smith, and today (Thursday) ten is being served by Mrs. Wm. Dehnert. Bridge Chili— Mrs. Clarence Stev.-art was hostess to the members of her club at a one o'clock luncheon at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Little received the high score prize. Mrs. Don Smith was a guest of the club. There were twelve guests present. P. E. O.— ~"~ The P. E. O. met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. B. Quarton. following a business meeting. Lucia Wallace gave n talk on Iowa writers. JACOB MAASDAM, 1R V1NGTON, WEDS Miss Elizabeth Smith Is Bride In Rites Wednesday Irvington: Friends here were pleasantly surprised when Jacob Maasdam and Miss Elizabeth Smith were married last Wednesday. For the past few months Miss Smith has been assisting with the household duties at the Maasdam home. Their many friends extend them good wishes. Birthday Party— Mrs. W. O. Ringgenber* entertained at a birthday party Tuesday afternoon honoring 13th birthday of her daughter. Emma Jean. There were twenty guests nt the party. Games were the afternoon diversion. Beta Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening for a formal dinner at 7:15 in the Blue Room of Hotel Algona. There were 14 present. The table was decorated in gold and black, the sorority colors, and yellow roses. Three new members. Alice Payne, Thelma Knudscn and Valeria Pickett were initiated into the sorority. Mrs. Don Smith was the honored guest at the dinner. Two sorority songs were sung by Mrs. George Vance. I>es«iprt Club— Mrs. Gordon Kuhn entertained the members of the Dessert club at her home. Friday afternoon. There ' were two tables of bridge. Mrs Oon Merritt received the high score prize, and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey received the consolation prize. Mrs A. W. Amunson was a guest of the club, and was presented with a guest prize. Handkerchief Birthday Club— The Handkerchief birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Vera. Saturday, the occasion being her birthday. There were two tables of bridge. Mrs. Frank Vera received the high score prize. Mrs. Walter Dale the travel prize, and Mrs. Jim Watts the low prize at bridge. Mrs. Vera received gifts and hankies. TheMan About Town Says •WUVWAVAV.VA Week-End Food Buys SurhmarhiTs Buy Hom* A deal \vas consummated last week whereby Mr. anil .Mrs. George Schumacher purchased the old David Blythe home. At present the Dan Geis family is living in the house. CrfHico Embroidery The Cresco Embroidery club met Wednesday afternoon at the library for their May meeting. The program featured special Mother's day numbers. Mrs. Ralph Brown had charge of the entertainment. Each member invited a guest. Light refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. 1 Ib. GOOD CHEER COFFE 19c Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer was a Tuesday guest at the O. L. Millers. Mr ami Mrs Edward Blanchard visited friends arid relatives at Lone KOI k Tuesday. Mrv Cin.v Reaper. Mrs. Morris I'ar»ons .mil Mrs. Sam Reaper were in Kort !>odye list Friday. '-'.irl Neuinan. former resilient of vicinity many years ago visit Hack . 83c 5 I'on.-ild Krankl, student at a 1U ox. jur ? K:oux ''">','"'I''* 1 '' *"* " w* «"' r»o «! ;;'H-.!t at tne hoi,i,- of his parents. ZJC £ Mr. and Mrs. I'. B. Frank!. (i pks;». «J _ Mesd-inie.s Kuhy ("oleinan and MAYKI.O\VEH ClUSHKU No m «. a n ? PINEAPPLE s .69c £ :r,:rrk'';r?;j';;e:^ CHOC. CREAM COFFEE . . ' " J "' ""' JAC'K SI'KAT PEANUT BUTTER .... TKl'E AMKItK AN „ MATCHFS 1 Q^. f '-"""- l''"'i> haul will b, ; joint lu,,t- m/\ 1 V^riELO liJc J.'c,;.es to tii«. Aid .witty at the JACK SI'KAT tjivt-s you vituiiiin, two !•>' UL ran* £ • < hurch parlor., Thursday May 13 TOMATO JUICE I5c J 1 , "",;.;"r' 1 ^ 1 .^; o !^; n1 ; 1 ;i u ; tLhcr ; i POST TOASTIES .....'"?" Tick- g ^nlrr i/jr^-o'i^FhS JACK SI'KAT 4 pkK» ? -Joi.ii Kcilty returned to his home- GELATIN DESSERT 19c " la t weeK arnl will remain here dur- ii.,,- Hi-- ~. 1:11111, r niojiih.v Mr. K:ley CRACKER JACK ". 10c i' ;; ' ''-'^'''-^y' * "" J ' ! '- u ' r olSp'l'U™ £"•—"••"» *-""" *"• -'-' "" i -.^^"^n'rr bake 1 ^l"^ PINEAPPLE 23C i ^- ^en,en i,'ro,ery ,t,,,e ,,. A l- JACKSl'«AT-,>er, ha« «uaran,,,<i I9 ,„. ba|{ ^J^ ^l^""' M -' y >' ^ n "'~ FLOUR $1.98 Mr. a,.-J Mr,. K-rry J'h.lii^ s rart- LIFEBUOYSOAP 2bar 8 15c ZL^^^w'J'S Saves Tune, \Vork, 91 oury | K pkg f | ca-.ation for a new basement. Later P||\rC/~| 1O ' »"l a ''"'«<•• !'0/ch v.-ill be added. n.inOt-f lyC ?| Mrs. Grover Heed was called to 1 .Sac City last week end to attend tiie funeral of her her sister. lJue to the illness of her broiher-in- lavv .she has planned an indefinite VlMt. 1'upilii of school district No. 4 are enjoying a new live foot woven wire fence around their school house yard. Miss Kut-h Kraser, the present teacher, has been rehired fur zie.x Almost as busy as any comer on State street is the one at which the Druggists' Mutual and the Soren- scn grocery are located. Yet motor ists coming from the north ap preaching the entrance to State street are not obliged to stop. Fed estrians cross the intersection without protection. The stop sign has been missing for months. * » • A good man {or the town and a busy one Is Frank Kohlhaas. As an officer of the new Security State bank his time Is largely spent in executing banking duties. As councilman he watches the city's welfare. Looks after election boards Is a fireman, driving the truck, guardian of the force pump. Occasionally assists when expert driving is needed with funerals for the McCullough home. A friend of everybody's-and a smile for everyone. That's Frank. Like the fellow who Rat down to play the piano and drew the laughi they laughed when* Sam Smith sat down to a typewriter In the high school to write a letter. "No wonder these kids never learn anything", said Sam, "They can't see what letters to punch." The keyboard was blank, a student machine. * * * The Call theatre fire drew a large crowd and it remained long. Some Algona man missed an opportunity to set up a hot dog stand and bark his wares to the milling spectators. A wide awaker could have pocketed a neat wage and serviced the people with something they like. * • • fe Turner returned from the south visiting in Arkansas and Missouri. Conditions in that country' are far behind the recovery stage. For example: Lafe was in a store when a customer bought ten cents worth of corn for his chickens. Ten cents worth of corn in this state would be a farce and wouldn't the dealer get a chuckle? * * • A local driver on the road near Lotta Creek was forced to solw down almost to a stop for in front of him and in the center of the road was a car immobile. Out of the rear window came the barrel of a gun and pointed at two ducks in a waterhole a short distance across the fence. Before a shot was fired the lady driver of the car ahead spied the rear auto and like a flasli sped away. * • * Hundred* of legion men and their wives are going to frolic in town on Tuesday. They are here for fun as well as busiri-'-s so be a good sport ami help them along. * * * Not IOIIK until corn planting time (''• and a story about Bob Schoby who worked for his brother. Walt. ISoh would take in a dance or two * a week ami at the .vune time lose ' >l,-,-p. At the end of the row when hor.-.es rested Hob reeled, too. Each i reMinjj period Hob would sleep but took to the lield with him. * * « All over the country librarii-s are j getting a "run" due to the puzzle! j i unte.it. Our own is sharing the ; patronage and a word for the li- j j brarian and her assistant. Many a' 1 s"od story conie., fn,ni those visit-! | ink' for rcfei dices. Hours are spent; j by the ladies helping and smiling. '. taking down book after book and ! diligently turniji^ page on page. j It invan.s more than words can de' scribe to have .suih wonderful peo- j pie at your servile. Take advant- j a^'c of it and appreciate Miss Coate i and Saunders. We Handle Nothing But Branded Corn Fed Beef Highest Prices for Eggs Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phojje 346 We Deliver Anderson's Jack Sprat Food Store West Bend: Mra. Kthelyn who spent the winter iii California, came Saturday for a visit with her sister. Mrs. T. A. Clarke. Algona Young Man Secretary C. of C. In The West Howard Backus, son of the lalu Editor Sid J. Backus, of this paper, sends us a copy of the Wenatchee Uiily World from the state of Washington, telling of the wonders of the Grand Coulee Dam, one of the largest government projects in the country. Howard, who has been located in the west for six or seven years, is now secretary of the Coulee Chamber of Commerce, a position for which we would think he ia we.ll fitted with his ambition and energy. Mrs. Rex Austin Mas Operation Portland: Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen, Mrs. Jim Shipler and lona Godfredson went to Jewell Sunday to take Mrs. Rex Austin, daughter" of the George Larsens, to Des Moines, where she underwent a major operation, Monday morning. Her mother remained with her. At Bartlett Funeral Several Portland people attend cd the funeral of Edward Bartlett. father of Lewis, Lloyd and Raymond Bartlett, all of Portland, at Titonka Thursday. Mr. Bnk-tlett was well known and well liked. Those present from here were: Mrs. Will Grover, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stott, Mr. and Mrs. John Trunk- hill, Mr. and Mrs. Mcnnet Trunk- hill, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larsen. West Bend Club Honors Mothers West Bend: The Bay View club held its annual Mother's Day Tuesday with a 1:30 luncheon at the Franklin Hotel. After the luncheon, they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Maude Sinclair. Mrs. Wilier won the prize drawing for saying the A. B. C.'s backward. Mrs. Foley's side won the prize in word contests. Mrs. Fisher won the doll dressing contest and Mrs. Miller the spelling bee. \V. H. Daubendiek went to Iowa City Monday evening to consult specialists In regard to his health. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley, Miss Ida and Oscar drove to Lone Rock Sunday and spent the day. Mrs. Bert Shellmyer of W'litte- nore spent Monday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jos. Mikes. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grcthen and children of Mallard spent Sunday at the home of her father, 'rank Doyle. Hats Gafore I Hats for every Purpose! Hats of every style and of every material. These are some of them: Panamas, crepes, taffetas, .stsols, loshorns, straws, pedalines and felts. A few of the styles are: c<?rtv/hFel3, rolled brims, and off- f.».-i trims. All thj newest colors. The Elite Cadi in on UJonl-fld Opportunities Thank The Bad Weather For This Yes! The weather fooled us. We're overstocked with seasonable apparel because a cold spring has retarded sales everywhere. Our store is no exception but we're out to beat the weather with this special MAY SALE. Now you will find substantial price reductions in all departments of this big store. Special prices that will move these goods in a hurry. Come tomorrow and share in the bargains. Sale Starts Tomorrow Morning Come Early! In These Groups You Will Find Only Late Styles Shop Liberally! We're Clearing our Backs. Out Go These Splendid Silk Dresses GROUP ONE Xearly 100 attractively styled silk drosses in both prints and plain colors. Values to $6.95, sixes 14 to 40 Sale Price GROUP TWO An extraordinary lot of silk dresses, representing only late styles and values worth to $10.95, sizes 14 to 52 Sale Price 95 95 Knit Dresses GROUP ONE "Lampl" Knit two piece dresses from zephyr and houcle yarn, several pretty shades. Values to $11.75. Sale Price GROUP TWO "Lampl" and "Marinctte" knit dresses that are styled distinctly and created from high grade yarns. 18.50 value 95 95 Every garment this season's style and created from wool coatings that are the late weaves and in all the popular colors. Values to $14.95 sale price Coats that are tailored and created by "Sterling" and "Printzo.ss". Beautiful styles and splendid fabrics. Values to $18.50. Sale Price Sensational Price Reductions on Ne\* Short Jacket Suits also in the three-quarter length swaggers, also seiui-iitted styles, values .sold regularly at " $0 QC *l±!J.->. Kale Price °' Jt> Suits in the various styles that were proven popular this season in several of the favored colors—Navy. Dawn, Grey. Shrimp $1O AC and Beige, values to $18.50 sale price *«»«Jw Our Bargain Basement "Algeria's Economy Center" offers many rare values COATS Several stylish all wool coats. Values to $12.50 COATS Smart style Jigger Coats in lively Colors COATS Navy Flukes—and light colors in Misses' and Women's sizes SUITS New this season's styles in mannish tailored—Jigger and swagger suiU. $ 6.98 SUITS Smart style* in the finer quality suits that you are sure to like. SILK DRESSES Smart fabrics in warm weather utyles $ 2.98 SILK DRESSES Outstanding values in dresses suitable for all Bummer wear $ 3.95 WASH DRESSES Excellent quality dresses suitable for all year round $ 4.98 FORMAL DRESSES Lace, seersucker and light print dresses la smart atyles at only $3.98 $4.98 Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER

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