The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1937 · Page 4
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at Rioted Rally OB*tf A Relfcy, secretary of the Afgtffia ChambW of Commerce, has bew Invited t* apeak at Rlngsted FWday evening, December 16. This •win b* a getter*! meeting of the Rlngsted Community Club and Mr Relley ha* been asked to speak on questions pertaining to activities -and community service of these •clubs. Open House The family of Dr. and Mrs. F. W. •Cairy of Sioux City will hold open house, Sunday. Dec, l», honoring the sliver wedding anniversary of their parents. The children are Dr. Clyde F Cairy of Lansing. Michigan; Mrs. J. S. Gregalunas, Jr., of Sioux City and the Misses Louise and Betty Anne Cairy of Sioux City. Former Algonian Dies Frank Telller, whose youth was spent In Algona, died last week at Storm Lake, where he had been a prominent business man for the past fourteen years. Frank was a superintendent of schools at Cherokee, Sutherland and Storm Lake during the years after leaving Algona as a young man. He was 65 years of age and was burled at Hnmboldt where the Telller family originally came from. He leaves a widow to whom he was married only last June. 'omr Hanegan on Squad Orval Hanegan. Algona boy. now a student at Dakota Wesleyan Un- versity. although a freshman, is a nember of the basketball squad his year. Hanegan weighs 179 Ibs nd is 5 feet, 10 inches tall. He lays guard. While attending Alrona high school he starred in ath letics. Be a ome Owner in Algona v Patronize Your Home Merchant Buy your fuel from your local coal dealer. We can take care of your fuel needs. F. S. Norton & SOD Phone 229 &BEN FRANKUNS^ Fri. Sat, Dec. 10-11 Friday in Ottosen Progressive Woman's Club Day at the Call Theatre O ut OUT THE RIOT 1UAO, GINGER JAKE'S I TROUBLE AGAIN! Sun, Mon., Dec. 12 13 HDHmSEL "I DISTRESS Mrs. Kutschara, 87 Tears Old- Mrs. Marie Kutschara, a plon eer of Kossuth county, wh» is mak ing her home with her daughter Mrs. John Seeman here, cplebrate< her 87th birthday, Tuesday. In spite of the unpleasant weather th following friends and relatives dim and helped her to celebrate thi event: Mr. and Mrs. William Hart ley, Mrs. Sim Bemls and daughter Mrs. Bert Sanders. Mrs. G. Aman Mrs. Otto Neumann, Mrs. W. C Taylor, all of Sexton, and Mrs. Os car Norman. Mrs. Ed Will, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Seeman and son. Mrs Nels Jenson, Mr. and Mrs. John See man and Rev. and Mrs. P. J Braner of Alfronn. Three hymns were sung by the guests. Mrs. Kuts chnra received many lovely birth day tokens and cards from her rel atives and friends. Mrs. Seeman assisted by her daughter, served n delicious two course luncheon in honor of her aged mother, who enjoys good health for her age. Cresco Chums— The Cresco Chums 4-H club met Saturday. December 4. at the home of Jeanne Clayton with the president Patricia Matern. presiding and 13 members answering roll call. Ella Harr waa elected president for the coming year. Patricia Matern secretary, and Lorraine Thomas treasurer. Due to lack of time the vice president and historian will be elected at the next meeting. A Christmas party with exchange of gifts is to be held Monday evening. December 20. at the home of Dorothy King. Stella Mayer. Lois Barr and Esther Scheppman were appointed as an enterainment committee. Interesting talks were given by Lois Barr and Jeanne Clayton, and a demonstration was given by Patricia Matern. After a delicious luncheon was served Ella Harr and Patricia Matern practiced for the skit they will present Monday at the county 4-H banquet. Luncheon-Bridge-^- "* Sixty women attended a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party in the dining room at Hotel Algona Wednesday afternoon. The tables were decorated with polnsettlas an<3 Christmas candles. The followinf prizes were won at bridge: Mrs. C B. Murtagh. high; Mrs. W. C. Ire- Ian, second high; Mrs. Alf kresen- sky. third high; Mrs. Fred Kent the year prize; the lucky chair prize went to Mrs. Antone Didrikson. The following women were hostesses. Mrs. L. W. Fox. Mrs. William Vigars, Mrs. Earl Griffith. Mrs. John McEnroe, Mrs. Ed De- Zellar, and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. Teachers Resign to Wed— Krampe, high school 10 grade English teacher, and Mrs. Ruth Stansbury, 10th grade world history teacher, were honored Monday evening by other teachers at a dinner at the Ernest Gilbert farm home. The two teachers have resigned from the faculty and plan to be married during the holidays. Algona, Iowa • •^•B RSfK^MftWaw^^Mi^ That Boys Like! Wagon 69< Popgun 1G-2& Pistol 10-25c Toy Soldiers 5c Many Other Interesting Toys for Boyn! WE GIVE OKEEN STAMPS Tueaday,,])ee. 14, John Boles and Ida Lupino in FOB YOUE LADY" Trip Abroad Described— The Legion Auxiliary met Friday evening at the Legion hall, and a board meeting preceded. Following the business meeting the member were entertained by two violin sel ections given by Mrs. Arthur And erson, accompanied by Mrs. Waltei Roberts, and Lucille Pepoon, coun ty home demonstration agent, relat ed experiences in a trip abroad She told that the beds In a roya palace In Spain are harder than a straw tick, and one table in the grand dining room is made of saw horses covered with planks underneath a beautiful brocaded table cloth. In the bath room of a suite for visiting royalty a baby grand piano waa included with the fur- lishings. Miss Pepoon made a col- ectlon of dolls in the countries she visited. The rest of the evening was spent at bridge and Mrs. L. M. Miss Krampe has been a teacher lere for nearly 11 years, and Mrs. Stansbury has been here two years. Barnes of new teachers to replace them were not available. Beauty Shop Is Improved— Marie Clement, who owns and op- rates the beauty salon at the Kresensky store, has remodeled her appointment room, which now has display window in front for a line f cosmetics. The floor has been carpeted with a brown, modernistic rug and there are red and green leather lounges and davenports. Additions to the room are a new modernistic desk and a semicircular display bar, finished In the natural wood with a dark wood trim. Lee O. Wolfe, 38 Yr,. Public Official at Titonka, Resigns LEE o. WOLFE Merritt won high, Mr». Anderson being low. Arthur Other Bridge Clubs— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan entertained their Monday evening dinner bridge club at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Chet William* substituted for th« LoBarre*. Mr*. W. A. Foster won high score for the women and Mr. Williams won the men's high score prize. Mrs. James Watts and Mrs. L. A. Winkel received prizes in bridge Tuesday afternoon at the newly organized bridge club which met with Mrs. L. f. Nelson. The club will be given a name. Mrs. A. E. Michel and Mrs. Lon Wright were guests at the home of Mrs. Bert Deal at her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Michel •ereivi-d the high score prize. Former Undent U'rdu— Robert Clark, son of Charles 'lurk, who formerly lived east of Algona. and is a brother of Mrs. eorge Johnson and Mrs. flay h'itrh of Irvington. was married on Thursday, December 2, at the Little Brown church, Nashua, to tola Janet Howlett of Kannwha. The best man and bridesmaid, were Ronald Clark of Britt and Maxine Lucas of Kanawha. Robert is a graduate of the Britt high school .and is a state highway patrolman. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howlett and a graduate of the Kanawha public ichools. The young couple will make their home in Des Moines. Kural School Give* Program— A good sized audience attended the rural school program at the District No. 5 school house in Irvington township, Friday evening. There are ten pupils in the school, five of them beginners and Eleanor Jenkins, this year's Algona high hool graduate is teacher. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ltshe Jenkins of Irvington. Pupils taking part were fJlen Burlingarne Eugene and Delbert Blamhard' Elizabeth Ann Metiile. Lamar Grail Darralo Peterson and James, Kenneth and Burnadene .Steven Vfrs Irving Urch, Algona, waa pianist. Home made candy arid lunches were sold following the program. O. E. H. Election— The Order of the Eastern Star met at the Masonic Temple Tuesday night for it's annual election of officers. The following were elected: Mrs. (,'as fcy | jasj , i worthy matron; George tit. John, worthy patron; Mrs May Harrington associate matron; L. F. Hire associate patron; Mrs Charles Taylor, conductress; Lola Scuff ham associate conductress; Mrs. Harold Hutchins, secretary; i lrs . t , ynn Keith, treasurer; Mrs. W E McDonald, for a three year term on the temple hoaj-d; and Mra. W. p French, for a one year term on the same board. Hi-Low— The Hi-Lo bridge club met with Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew Tuesday evening. There were two tables of bridge in play. Mrs W P. Heiimphill received the high score prize, and the consolation prue went to Mrs. Joe Harig. Mrs Leon Merritt was a guest of the club. UelphUo Party—' The Delphians will m««t Monday •of n«xt week with Mr*. H. L. Gilmore. A one o'clock luncheon will be nerved, and the woman will have a Chrintmtui pwty. This U to b* a wfeiu elephant party, and tfae woman will play "Como" for the white *l«piMbUr. Deputy Court Clerk Honored- Mrs. C. N. Aalfs and Mrs. H. B \Vhite entertained at a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party at the home of the former, Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Carl Pearson, wnt was celebrating a birth'day anniversary. Guests were Don White Audra Benton. C. It Aalfs. H. B. White, and Carl Pearson. The Pearsons won the high prize, the Whites low, and Audra Benton the travel prize. Mrs. Pearson was presented with.birthday tokens. Election at Ladle*' Aid— The annual election of the officers of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Aid was held last week Thursday. The old officers were reelected. Mrs. Will Dau is president, Mrs. Robert Llesener, vice president, Mrs. P. J. Braner, secretary, and Mrs. Fred Jacob, treasurer. Most of the various committee members were reelected. The Aid allowed an amount, of 139.00 for Christmas gifts for the poor, the sick, and the needy. Lee O. Wolfe, whose picture is shown above through the courtesy of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, announced his resignation last week as mayor of Titonka. Mr. Wolfe Is at present recuper- atihg from an Illness at the veterans' hospital at Des Moines. He is a veteran of the Spanish-American war. Mr. Wolfe went to Titonka in August. 1898. fresh from the war, where he served in Puerto Rico. He purchased the Titonka Topic, of-which he Is still editor, aided by his very efficient and charming wife. He has served Titonka as justice of the peace, councilman, school board member, state representative for Kossuth county, and irtajror. He has been treasurer of the Buffalo consoliated school district Since 1919, and still holds the job. In addition to his editing and official jobs, Mr. Wolfe acted as personal counselor for dozens of afflicted citizens of his community aiding and advising them. A speedy return to health. Lee. Bet GMM* OM*— Mrs. C. C. Shlerk was hostess to the members of the Bet Canto music club at her home, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.- Shlerk reat the lesson, "Harmonic Basts el Music, Part I" and also illustrated Christmas Operetta— "Santa's Air Line", a Christmas operetta, will be presented by the pupils of District 4, Plum Creek, Wfdnesdi-y night, Dec. J6th, at the new center school. 1 unch will be served. Mabel Bowmnr is teacher. Dinner-Bridge— Mrs. Jim Moore entertained her bridge club members at a seven o'clock dinner Monday evening. There were two tables of bridge In play. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore was substitute and received high score. Bridge Foursome— Mrs. W. C. Irelan entertained Mrs. B. E. Hilsteadt, Mrs. W. J. Fuller and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld at a bridge foursome at her home, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Hilsteadt won the prize. Birthday Partj- Mary Ann Timm, dnughter of Mr. ond Mrs. Fred Timm, wns six v«irs old, Tuesday, December 7. She invited six of her little friends n for a dinner party, and to play ,nmes. look Club- Mrs. H. M Potter was hostess o six members of the Book of the Month club Tuesday at a one o'clock uncheon at her home. Mrs. Oliver Reilly was a guest of the club. Luncheon-Bridge-1 Mrs. M. P. Weaver entertained 2 guests at a one o'clock luncheon nd bridge party at her home, Sat- rday. Mrs. Louise Hyde and Mrs. H. Brechtbill won the prizes. Hospital News Kornnth Hospital Tuesday, December T—O. P. McDonald of Butt entered for medical care. Tuesday, December 7—Frank Vayette of LIvermore entered for medical care. General Hospital ^Monday, December 8—Mrs. John walterman of Ledyard, major surgery and tonsilectomy. Monday, i>*c*ra*f **-«»•. CBen Yahnke of LedyMd BndWrWent a major surgical operation. Tuesday, December r—Mrs. Martha Oeilenfeldt of LuVerne, major surgery. Wednesday, December 8—Mrs. Willie Shaeler of West Bend, major surgery. Dr. and MM R. M WsJtoee and the latter's sister, Marie drover of Burt, returned Wednesday from a trip to Texas where they spent Thanksgiving. Read The Want Ads—It Pan •THE MOST' PERFECT! L. O. A. The L. O. A. class of the Con gregatlonal church will meet today (Thursday) with Mrs. M. P. . . . • T - R Harrington. and Mr*. Dennis Goeden wffl be th " » Thta to to party and there win b« an exchange of gifts. Christmas carols win be sung and Mrs. E. W. Hanson will give a Christmas read- ng. Foreign Missionary Society— The Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet with Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, Thursday (today) at 2:30. Assisting hostesses re Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mrs. W G Muhleman. Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Mrs. Archie Hutchison and Mrs. H. B. Mason. Those in attendance Brought Christmas offerings, and a irogram was presented. Vatanye Dinner — The Watanye club members met at the Blue Room of the Hotel Ugona, Tuesday evening at a 6:30 [inner. There were 14 present The dinner was followed by a business meeting during which the members made provisions for Christmas baskets. Bel Canto Club— ~ Members of the Bel Canfo club will meet for a Christmas party at he home of Lucia Wallace next week Wednesday afternoon. Aid Association— The Lutheran Aid Association met last week Monday in the Trinity Lutheran school for their annual election. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. Ida Zumach. president; Arthur Tietz. vice president: Esther Lavrenz, secretary, and G. J. Hardyk, treasurer. Standard Bearers— The Standard Bearer group of the Methodist church met Monday evening at the B. E. Hilsteadt home with Joan Hilsteadt and Ruth Ann Sigsbee as hostesses. Mrs. F. E. Sawyer Is their leader. A business meeting was followed by a program,. They are studying Mohammedan* this year. Surprise Party— Twenty-four members of the RebekAh lodge surprised Mrs. Nettle IMfeHV Monday evening with a pot «W.upper. The evening was spent'socially. Mrs. JFUtuie and her daughter, Mrs. Norm Graver. plan to leave this week for Rochester. Minnesota, where Mrs. Grover will make her future home. W. R. C. Club— The W. R. C. club met Wednesday afternoon at the Dehnert hotel with Mrs. Wm. Dehnert as hostess. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Laird, Douglas and Cairy- Thin was the annual Christmas party, and gifts were exchanged Store Force Psirty— The Christensen's store force had it's annual Christmas dinner party at seven o'clock Tuesday night at the home of Mr*. C. H. Williams. Following the dinner, bridge was the evening's diversion. Christmas gifts were exchanged. _ ) Woman's Club—The Woman's club will me-t at 'he library, Friday, December 10, 2:30 in the afternoon. The program is to be a play under the direction of Mrs. H. M. Olson. Please bring toy or money for Christmas present. AM— " The First Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet for a one o'clock covered dish luncheon Thursday (today) at the church. Election of officers will take place. FOR GIVERS... AND GETTERS ij Ledyard Beats Burt Burt: The basketball game, which as played here Friday evening with Ledyard, resulted in a defeat for the local team, the score being 40 to 5. The Burt second team was also beaten, but by a smaller margin. Taken Away Clayton Fischer, Swcn City, sentenced to five years on a charge of chicken stealing, was taken to Anamosa, Tuesday. Geo. Miller, prominent Plum Creek man. was taken to Cherokee the same day, after an insanity hearing. Jr. C. C. Nets $16 The Junior Chamber of Commerce cleared about lie on its benefit movie, staged last Friday. Proceeds were to go to defray expenses of the free skating rink. Weatay Bernhardt and Glenn Yol- jntlne took Marian Bernhardt to Waterloo Sunday, where Marian will take a course In beauty cul- ure. Belle-Sharmeer STOCKINGS in ALL LEG SIZES * favorite for Christmas 'giving and getting.. .our forgeous Belle-Sharmeer I Stockings are individuallysized •n width and in length to fit f every leg on your Christmas •ist to perfection. A cuwom- jjtylc gift yet so et»y to buy. [just ask for the leg size by j name! Brev for smalls.Modite ifor mediums, Duchess for i tails, Classic for plumps. Here cclusivcly. 1.00 and.1.35 Christensen Bros, The Good Hose Store You Can Depend On! Give « SflMrt Girt . . . Comfort •Slippers are always welcome gifts . . .particularly fine ones like these. Give them to wife, mother aiul children . . . anyone, we have all kinds. Sirart shoes too that are reasonably priced from 66c to $2.60. Christensen Bros. Shoe Department That Give Both Luxury and Comfort Lingerie Pajamas and Robes Dainty satin—«ilk and lace gowns— pajanuui—dance «eU —teddies in pa*Ul colon or black 1.25 to 10.00 Beautiful Robe* and Pajamas of Powder puff—Flannel—Satin—Silk and Transparent Velvet in" many colon and style*. 4.96 to 16.00 Christensen Bros. Co. '"THE CHRISTMAS STORE"

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