The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1937 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1937
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For Bargain Minded Men Saturday Only, Sept. 25 The Hub Clothiers will sell Men's 9 ounce Husking Mittens, for only 89c Per Doz. ftf^^ Rings and Diamonds Fa< v t< >ry representat ivc will l)c here all day Tue. Sept 28 with fx large assortment of modern mounting for your own diamonds. Come in rind make your selections. prices during: demonstration. LUSBY'S Here's the Password Beauty lovers ... to n fall renovation that will make you your loveliest. Trip up to the Marigold Shoppes famous for their Zotos and Jamal Machinelcss waves. You will know one of Mrs. Dail- cy's perrrmnents the minute you see it— always individually styled with one of her basic hair cuts. Are you discouraged with your skin and the results you are getting from the cosmetics you are using. Mrs. Dailey has been trained not only to give restful facial* but facial- treatments that will help correct the most obstinate skin difficulty. If you are troubled with a few grey ones let us solve your problem with a tint that will leave your hair soft and glossy. For gifts for your parties and home here are a few of our discoveries: White wire IVmia Handles Imported oral), »ppl*> nr Chicken bakers I'ottery vase* Wall What-not* Katli pn'i'ar Itcuuty kit* Flotvrr pot» I'rotwtion* Gorgeous uitificiul flowers Window shelve* Arid-rntNtinif sup|M-r tray* An i-M(llt~>s array of fiitr 1111; lamps \ ariisl line of dollar hriili, 1 '' MARIGOLD SHOPPES Algona. Iowa The NEW CALL No\v Showing Uoad Show Mrstrrimis Siutili ('< Friday and Saturday Special Matinee Friday 2 p. m - Saturday from 1 o'clock. Saturday is the big day. r* 1 ** '•• • • \f BRIEH CIRCUlATUm Sunday Monday, Sept. 26 27 Double Kvt i > tiling in \Vu:i:ih: V.VM.i:,i '. BING AND MARTHA SWING IT! BING CROSBY MARTHA RAY ANDY DEVINE MARY CARLISLE Farewell Dinner— A farewell dinner will be given by the members of the Methodist church in the church dining room. Sunday, honoring Rev. and Mrs. 3. H. Edge and family, former pastor, who recently moved to Mitchell, South Dakota. Antone Johnson will act as master of ceremonies. Violin numbers will be presented by Mrs. Agnes Vohs of West Bend and community singing will be led by David Phillips. Mrs. A. E. Michel will sing two vocal solos, and a short talk by Superintendent Laing will he followed by a response by Dr. J. H. Edge. Dlnnrr-BrldRe— Mrs. Vic Lowe entertained nt a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party in the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona, Tuesday evening, honoring Mrs. Hollis Trainer of Hurt, who was to move to Hibbing, Mln- ncsotn. There were eight guests. Mrs. E. V. Pierce received the high score at bridge, nnd Mrs. Trainer was presented with n guest prize. The Trainers received word Wednesday that because the man to replace Mr. Trainer in this territory had not joined the Hormel sales organization, the transfer would be postponed. Dessert Club— Members of the Dessert bridge club mot Saturday for cards at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Muckey and a dinner followed, served at Anderson's cafe. This was their annual high-low party at which the lows entertain the "highs. Mrs. George Johnson was a club guest and received n guest prize. The high score prize went to Mrs. George Conklin. second high to Mrs. Leon Merritt, low to Mrs. W. A. Vigars. and the consolation prize to Mrs. Louis Lynk. Birthday Observed— Mrs. George St. John entertained at n birthday party honoring her mother Mrs. Clara KInhr. Tuesday nfternoon. The guests included Mrs. C.irrie Lewis. Mrs. C. B. Mur- tiiRh. Mrs. Chris Knudson. Mrs. Jnr fosgrovc. Mrs. Will McDon- oUl. Mrs. Lura Sunders. Mrs. R M. Smithstnr, "nil Mrs. James Patterson. A social afternoon was enjoyed, and the hostess served light refreshments, fioldrn Wedding Dntr— On September 27, 1937. Chris. F. and Alice M. Nolle of Algonn. will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary, holding open house from 2:30 to 0:00 p. m. They arc the parents of three children, two boys and one girl. Mrs. Win. F. Becker lives at Aurora. 111., and the two boys live in Algona. They will all be home at this time, and help in this occasion. Congregational Circles— The Congregational church circles will hold their first meetings of the year Thursday, (today). The circles under the leadership of Mrs. H. E. Carr and Mrs. D. P. Smith will have a one o'clock luncheon at the shelter boiue of the Call State Park. The September circle will meet at 2:30 with Mrs. H. R. Cowan. P. E. O.— Mrs. \V. K. Ferguson entertained the P. E. O. members at a one o'clock luncheon at her home, Wednesday afternoon. There were twenty in attendance. Travelogues were Kivcn by Mrs. W. B. Quarton and Lucia Wallace on their trips west ami Miss Minnie Coatc on a trip cast. Evening Party— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook were host and hostess at their home on Tuesday evening honoring the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ostrum. The evening was spent nt bridge, with first prize going to Mrs. Jimmie Allen and low score prize to the honoree, Mrs. Ostrum. Handkerchief Shower— The pre-school group of which Mrs. Edward Osrtum is a member, surprised her at her home with a handkerchief shower Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ostrum wil I leave this week for Lyle. Minn. A social afternoon was enjoyed anc | refreshments served. Benefit Bridge— Mrs. Glen Raney and Mrs. Car Van Hoven will be hostesses a an invited benefit bridge party giv en at the country home of Mrs Austin Gardner, Friday afternoon The party is sponsored by the Guil< of the Episcopal church. I.urkJn flub— Mrs Ntal Smith was hostess to the 12 members of her Larkin club at her home, last week Thursday. Mrs. Mary Zeigler and Mrs. Barney <';i.ik-r were guests of the club. Following a social afternoon a dessert wn» sstrved. Dinner Party— Mrs LyiM M;i'h*-.-i wa.i liosU-.iS at ;i <:vvn «,'i lurk dinner party Thurs(i, v rvi-ijin^' at h<:r home, honoring M :-i. M (> Kni.'iions an'i daughter.}. M Mnd. :.VI!ii- and Mr.< K. Hut' hell A .101 ;il i;Veiiin,; followed. HridK'' < liib— Mr, c \V. I;. r^Ki'l v.,i., ho.,te.>s l'i !:• r i,i.•!;.•,• < I'.iu Tue.>'J;iy after- ii'>',n ;if i im.j oVI'ok lun< heon. '.-.,;<• lii ft- tanl.-s of bn'lge. •..•.•M >'i Mi.-, J W. I.i'.U- in'l Kivi U.iitholon.•.-.•/. i-ri>J/ 'lttr I.UIII III nil -!< Jim Watts. Mr.,. Walter iijij Mi. I.loyd Muckey will :':••.•.<. i. j..ti.'.,.-,i .i at the latter' * ...- .-.i. i OKI.- o'clock luncheon and |.nty today 'Thursday/. bor lodge will meet at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg next week Tuesday for a bridge party. Dorcas Society— The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church reserve October 14 for their fall supper. Good Hope Picks Officers for S. S. Good Hope: A board meeting of the Good Hope Sunday School last Friday evening elected R, F. Hawcott, superintendent; Alden Reid, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Jackman, junior school superintendent; Mrs. Roy Sarchett, Cradle Roll superintendent; Mlrs. Noble Mitchell, chorister of the adult department and Dorothy Reid, Hazel Jenkinson and Trella Reid, pianists. Adult department teachers are Glen Jenkinson, Mrs. Frank Cruikshank, Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. Delos Gardner. Junior department teachers are Mrs. Ed Smith, Mrs. Ben Reid, Mrs. Roy Sarchett, Mrs. Glen Jenkinson and Mrs. James Knoll. Oct. 17 was chosen as the date for the annual rally. Fight for Tiny Infant Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker are the happy parents of a baby daughter, Shirley Ann, born early last Saturday morning at their home. The baby is at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, having undergone an operation for obstruction of the intestine at sixty hours of age. There are encouraging possibilities that it may live and have a normal development. Orlan Rutledge and Nels Beck lost horses Sunday night from the sleeping sickness. Mrs. Henry Engstrom and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott returned last Friday from Rochester where they had been for several days for consultation with specialists. Otto Laabs returned Wednesday of last week from Rochester, Minn., where he had taken Mrs. Laabs for clinical examination. Mrs. Laabs will remain for several weeks treatment- Mr, and Mrs. George Gross returned to Ames Monday morning after two weeks' visit with the Loyd Grosses. Mr. Gross continues his duties as instructor in the department of mathematics at Iowa State College. Sunday, Sept. 26, Is the last Sunday of the church year of the Methodist church of Northwest Iowa conference. The service of worship at Good Hope church will offer an opportunity for reception into the church and baptism. Kitchen Fire At LuVerne Residence LuVerne: The fire department had their first call In a long time Monday morning when they were called to the Austin Burtis home to extinguish a fire in the kitchen walls near the chimney. The fire was put out before a great deal o damage was done. Couple Marry At Livermore, Friday Livermorc: The wedding of Miss ^etha Stoddard. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stoddard, and Willam Schultz. son of the late Louis Schultz, took place Friday morning at Algona. The couple was attended by the father of the bride. The couple returned to the home of the bride here where a noon-day dinner Close-Up or Home News Coming Free Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the Call Theatre. NEWS! Belle-Sharmeer Gives You Over-The-Knee Stockings That FIT Meet yuur new short skirts more than halfway ... with our new Belle-Sharmeer Over- The-Knee Stockings! They're so comfortable! And they really /;/ above and below your knees! No binding, slipping or wrinkling because they're individually sized in width and length foe you. Ask for your regular Belle-Sbarmeer leg size in these grand, self-gartered stockings. Brer for smalls, Modite for mediums. Duchess for tails. Here exclusively. was served. The bride was born in Omaha and moved here with her parents about two years ago, and has since that time attended the Livermore school. The groom has spent most of his life in Livermore and also has attended school here. The couple will leave here shortly as the groom is employed by the Western Asphalt company and at present they are working on a paving job Spencer Fairs Draws Large Attendance The Clay County Fafr had the largest fair ifi its' hHrtor* this year with record-breaJMintr crowds despite chilly weather the Ailddle of the week. Algonians, wno atteid- ed were tftftted royally fey Secretary Leo Daily, a former.Al£onlan, who is largely responsible for the success of the fair. $1.00 $1.36 pr. Christensen Bros. TRADITIONAL Into this style is bvult the smartness typical of all Modern Miss footwear. Let us show it to you. $4.95 FOOTWEAR Christensen Bros. Shoe Department Store i'icuic— The women tn.oloytd at the C.'hri.-.'.i;n..i.-fi iirii.i di;(jttrtment store ei>li-«..iii»:'i :it ;i picnic ai the Call Stall; l-.iri<. Tui;.id;iy evening. Mra. '. J <'t.ri.,Uii.>i;n W6..4 the ss^ el »t of honor. Home 'I he Hume Buil'l'.r.i oujul.iy School rla .., </! Uiu MtllltxjlAt cliurcll Will mtcl ul the church, Kridity night, for an tin lion of officer* for the coming year. ttuyul Neighbor*— The members of the Koyal Neigh- Live Stock Auction PAIR GROUNDS, ALGONA Friday, October 1, 1937 We are opening up the Sale* Pavilion and will hold livtwtock k-» Uu-re every f rlday. \Ve are iinttaiiiny a ttcak* and ttock will be *oUl by weight, or by Uu- head, u* the owner wWie* it »oUL We expect a nice run o/ live utock. Will have packer buyer* iu> well lu Chicago »hipper» ulong with the (arm buyer* and dealers. You are aMured ol a good market. Come on uliu your »tock- TU* Mile ha* toe reputation of getting Uie job done right H. M. Colwell, Mgr. COLWEIX BBO&, Auctioneer* Smart Wash Frocks Of Such Nationally Known Makes As "Nelly-Don and Georgiana Give an added touch to the Upper Des Moiiies Cooking School as they do for you in your h»>ine. You'll love the gay, bright fall patterns in colorfast to wash fabrics. They're amazing values at *1.98- $ 2.98- $ 3.98 Christensen Bros. Co. AUJOXA'S STYLE CENTER The Bride Selects Her Furniture The bride of today realizes that she must budget with care in order to buy all the nercssury modern eonvenu'wes that go into a modern home. Nowhere will she find her budget goes farther than it does in our store. Living Room Suites In all the latest covers and frames from 40 of the largest factories. $49.50 to $169.50 Modern in Design And trim Styling Bed, Dresser and Choice of Vanity or Cheat Bed Room Suites A dozen new Suites just unpacked, priced $39.75 to $139.50 Dining Room Suite Choice of oak, walnut or gum wood $69.50 to $149.50 A Norgc Refrigerator for the kitchen and a Norge Washer and mangle for the laundiy room complete her home Tab)*, Six Chairs and Buffet or China Cabinet Richardson Furniture Co. "Where Furniture Sells For Less"

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