The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1937 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1937
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«oWe r* Dennett Una elected grand; Mrs. Blmlra Greei? aecMtary; iifA VSfng jL«d- *!*, treasurer; and Mrs. Bertha Spear, trustee. Refreshments were * ervta * , committee t ;?*• Wa ' ttr Klal »P J. I. Troutman . Aees — ^ ?*!? J 8 * 8 * Ace bridge club was entertained by Mrs. Henry Furst at her home, Tuesday afternoon. High S^JS 1 *,****! won ** Mrs - ffen - SLSS^L*!?*- Lttulse L «"k won the n nigh prise, and the travel fn.-jTi** 11 " *?*"• J""nile Allen. Christmas gifts were exchanged. Zenith Battery Table Model r ____$15.00 Coronado Six Tube Electric [ $ 6 .00 Crosley Five Tube Electric $5.00 JPhilco Battery Console $300 Coronado Battery Console $9.00 Atwater-Kent Electric Console $15.00 Majestic Electric Console $15.00 RCA Electric, late model $15.00 A-K 32-volt Console (new) $39.50 ALL GUARANTEED Thomas Radio Service Irvington. Iowa . - was hpst- " 1 * members of her bridge club at a seven o'clock dinner, Tues** Ft? 1 **- * Brid P flowed at % Z* »•?"• «.,**"• * m Moore re - jeived the high score prize, and -here was a Christmas gift exchange. •Beta Sigma The Beta Sigma Phi business girls sorority met Tuesday evening for a Christmas party at Margaret Browns. The members played games exchanged Christmas gifts, and the hostess served light refreshments. I Afternoon Party—" I .» MrS ' f 6hn Kon ' h aas was hostess i. t a " ,£°° n part y at her h«ne last week Thursday afternoon. The I i L Kue * ts 'Pent the afternoon playing bridge. Mrs. W. T. Reidy and Mrs. Ed DeZellar were winners of the high prizes. Candlelight Club—" 6 e i ig u l metnber >* of the Candle- club met for a 6:30 dinner ». at i he home of M ". J. W. Sullivan, Tuesday evening. Bridge was the evening's diversion. Horn* Gttarife— Marilyn TuttJe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttl«, wa« hostess Tuesday afternoon to the members of the Home Guards, the children'* branch of the Home Missionary society of the Methodist church, At her home. Mrs. Merle Schwtetert is the leader, this was the Christmas party. A Christmas lun cheon was served arid gifts wet- exchanged. Entertain BrldKe^Lnncheon— Mrs. L. R Linnah and Mrs. R. B Waller were hostesses at a bridge luncheon, Wednesday afternoon, a the home of Mrs. Linnan. Ther were twenty guests. Five tables o bridge were played, with Mrs. A. I* Peterson winning high score prize Mrs. D. D. Paxson winning seconc prize, and Mrs. J. W. Little the chai prize. Prudence Chapter'R, A. M. Elects- Prudence Chapter No. 70 of the Royal Arch Masons held election of officers Monday and named the following: Frank Green, excellent high priest; Herman Wise, excellent king; Glen J. Shore, excellent scribe; August Bremer, treasurer; R. A. Palmer, secretary. Mr. Palmer has held his office as secretary for over 40 years. TheMan About Town Says "•••••• Now Showing—Thiirs., Dec. 16 Frank Capra's "The Lost Horizon" Fri.-Sat. December 17-18 <Royal Neighbors Benefit Sale Friday—buy Tickets from ladies) Great Stars from Radio and Screen Fibber .McOee and Molly, Mazy Livingstone (Mrs. Jack Benny), Ned Sparks, Baddy Rogers, Bafe Davis # in musical comedy of fun, foolery, romance | "THIS WAY PLEASE" Stm.-Mon., December 19-20 It's the Dog-gone Gayest sh"ow ever barked at "Asta", the dog Irene Dunne tops "Theodora Goes Wild" with Gary Grant In "THE AWFUL TRUTH" The most delicious divorcee who ever got her man. Des is Ga-Ga with glee, having seen it this week—a comedy sockeroa No dull moments In the law business. One lawyer sat at his desk an entire day refusing to tackle odd jobs of ashes and garbage hauling The attorney's telephone number had erroneously been inserted in an adv. calling for work of the above description. Algona high school and Iowa State i College basketball followers vision- ed a contest between the teams as i to which could go the longer without winning a game. Most folks lost count but this is another year and each school has so far won two | games. i Then there In the youth whose! £« en ^thought him slumbering peacefully. However he crawled noiselessly out the window and sat in at a poker game clad in pajamas He felt a hunch. The coins jingled loudly on the return sneak. ' Birthday Partyll'"" Mrs. A. W. Amunson entertained a group of nine boys Tuesday after school in honor of the fifth birthday of her son, Dick. Guests were Jimmy Bieser, Alan McDowell, Jerry Good, Teddy Hutchison. Gary Vance, Dickie Bloom, Franklin Lindstrom and Jerry Dutton. Plnm Creek Program— [ School District No. 9 of Plum Creek will present a program on Tuesday, December 2i at the new central school in Plum Creek. Dorothy McNeil is the teacher. Everv- one is invited. ^very Mrs. W, A. V\git» will entertain her Dessert bridge cluo at a Christmas party, Friday evening. A seven o'clock dinner will be served, followed by bridge, arid an exchange of Christmas gflts. Tor Service' Have Your Wardrobe Cleaned For the Holidays Be ready for the gayes season of the year witl clothes that are freshto cleaned and pressed. Our free mothproofing sen-ice protects your woolen garments. Come to ' IBORCHARDT'S Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 We Deliver GIFT SUGGESTIONS at The Elite Aprons , . game ha« itoi ru, business has it* law,. To t£ Ithl ™M\ Pr ° flts (if •"*> fcno» P i guesses and thinks it knows. A current ad shows a meat cutter slicing and displaying pork chops. But they are not chops one wes. They are pork steaks fa! art!" 1 * ' ° ne ancient «n the Dainty Prints and Fancy Aprons A large selection of JPattenis to choose from House Coats Parka Sets Silk Hose Hand Made Pillow-Cases Flowers Smocks Handkerchiefs Silk Slips Wool Scarfs Hats THE ELITE makc available, r™*A another man Wth a | candid camera to perpetuate the USED CARS 1937 '37 Plymouth Deluxe, 2 dr sedan 37 Plymouth Standard 2 dr. sedan 1936 '36 Oldsmobile Coupe '36 Ford V-8 Sedan '36 Ford V 8 Tudor '36 Plymouth Tudor 1934 '34 Chevx'olet Touring Sedan '34 Chevrolet Coupe 1932 '32 Ford Coach Also some good cheap cars $25.00 to $100 00 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Maxwell Motors Phone 595 K. L. Maxwell - read a.. |mr- .... kids nowadays have so much trouble with their eyes!" He showed a sheet of paper with blank «I>aces to be filled in by his young son for his home school work The teacher handed out the paper partly obliterated and a part near invisible i causing the straining of the eve A | case for the R T. A. The Algona HooM«r» baisketball team played the whiskered House of David team at the high school gym Monday. The House of David team has played from coast to coast and tackled the greatest of professional and college quinu. They are about tops in their line. The gym should nave been filled to capacity but it wasn't. Thanks to Swea City fans who made up 75 per cent of the small crowd. Our guess-local fans are waiting for the Globe Trotters 'colored). (Editor's guess-When the last years adv. bill, for which money was given a team manager, U paid, publicity will be forthcoming) Jimmie Neville ha» * keen competitor in the advertising business. Wit and originality are appearing in the Ab Long ads. Ab's mention of doing business east of the sheds has everyone talking and laughing. When in the store if you cannot laugh with Ab it is your fault. A grand old man is Fred Anderson living in nU eighties. Trudging through the raging snowstorm Susi-y night to church. Braving the cold wintry blasts to lodge Monday night. Up town literally every day Most everyone els* a. half or a third that age found it too cold to go out Shuddering by the fireside, cursing er -rh" f. tsff ';' nslb ' e 'or the weather mink of eighty winters like thU and worse. It u a pleasure to meet and greet Kred. The flag did not float from the ° w over the Dont office the other parties are tak- Tlutt i» the quektioii—I, u a or a gander? A bewildered gentU- man wuh one or the other WMU to Ktt .in oppoaite ont or th tfc A hundred folks have been asked' on how to tell the difference and a hundred vark . ties of dutlnctl ° have been received. Uke getti °" nd of a common told, every one hai at -" a "8fc of remedy and cure Coffee Good Cheer lb No. 2 can 9c Peas, Jack Sprat, fancy sweet No 2 can , lie Mayflower Soda Crackers -2 lb. pkg. 19c Cookie* ~ ~~~ Fig Bart..._.21b«. 19c No. 1 Grade ~ ~ Peanut Brittle, _ , _lb IQc Broken Mix A brilliant colored y assortment of •A.rnaB hard cardies in •varied shapes. Candies lb. 10c "" R" Brand Jack Sprat lb 26c &lUI ' CALLOUSES HERE? If you have calJou»ei or burning or cramp-likc paint where finger pomta, it U a »ure jum of weak »ch. Dr. Scholl'i Met *c»t Intclc at $1.00 *r pair will give you elicf. \Vc curry over 40 >. ScboU's be»t Foot Relief* Te»t will tcmvintc you. Brownell'* Place Orders Now For Turkeys Ducks Chickens Creese We feature a complete line of fancy grade nuts and high quality Xmas Candies. Ask us about Mixed Nuts Almonds, Brazil,, Filberts, Peanuts' Pecans, WaJnuU. See our line o/ Xmas' Candies and Fancy Box Chocolates. Jack Sprat Fancy Everjreon or Golden Corn No. 2 can 12c Jumbo Size Cranberries lb. 15 C Jack Sprat Gelatine Dessert 4 pkgs. 19c Jack Sprat Sugar. _ with vegetable color 2 Ibs. 19c tableto Jack Sprat Mince Meat -9 OS. pkg. 10c Jack Sprat, Out, Green Beans 2 No. 2 cans 26c •lack Sprat, Cut, Golden Wu Baana 2 No. 2 cans 26c Anderson's J Phone Three top • notch makes of watches — the Hamilton, the Gruen, and the Elgin—make Bdr- chardt's jew eltf department an ideal place to boy the Ch r i s t m a s watch. California Navels, 252 sizfi and more people are fcMn* watches for Christmas and ne find several In a family combining firnds to make another member happy nith a real jear-ronnd gift. STAR ...» (ml,, . yellow or white gold fill«d UM_. STAR M LUX! ... If l«w»l«, r< llow or •*»* flold HIM c«t*_ $}j,75 DIAMOND STAR . . . IS |*w*li, rtllow gold fllltd <*M, 2 Diamonds-The Perfect Gift Give Her a Diamond trom $1S> and Up Suggestions for Ideal Gifts Manicure Sets, some with zipper 98c to $6.00 * Zipper Trarellng Seta $2.50 to $15.00 Headquarters for Yardley'*, Elizabeth Arden, Evening In Paris, Max Factor, and Hudnut gift sets, compacts, perfume*, colognes, and toilet waters. $1.10 to $15.00 Men's Cameo Blngrs $12.50 to $35.00 Electric Bazors—Shlek 915, Remington Band Electric Shaver $16. Ladies' $34$0 to Mirror, Comb, and Brush Sets. A large selection $2.50, $5.00, $10.00 and up Cambridge Gla«sw«*e— see the beaatlful BOM Point patten. Meeker bill fold* J H $1.50 up We Deliver chardt's

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