The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Uppef »««: Our Hearty Thanks For Yonr Patronage, and Ottr Wish to You Is A Merry Christmas #. * And the Fullest Share of Success and Happiness Throughout the Coining Year Mr, fir Mrs, Gco, C Boswell (Algona Laundry-Dry Cleaning) Successors to Klrseh Laundry Daily matinees Now Showing—Pat O'Brien in "Sub-Dl' Fri., Dec. 24 Sat., Dec. 25—Xmas Here's Grand Entertalnmen The down-to-earth, heart-win nlng story of three young punk Who went to Annapolis . . . Bo' Young, who knows he's good ani is so willing to prove it! Jamei Stewart, who takes a little coax Ing . . . and Tom Brown, the gang calls "spark plug!" HUUCH/ Extra Unerloa Legion New York Cttjr Ostmntfc • »»•»•• mtm M wm^OBHi • iMDCOLPl ROBERT YOUNG „ JAMES STEWART Uoiwl Blrrytrior* ROOM* Rin Sun.-Mon., Dec. 26-27 Radio Music Hall, New York, grabbed itifor Holiday Booking —also Call Theatre, Algona. Earned $1.000.000.00 on the stage. Running 4 solid years. Records in 25 countries. When They Step Out—A million laughs are born. Potter-B*M Marriage— Jtianita Potter of Algona and Leonard Baas of West Bend were quietly married at the Whittemore Lutheran parsonage, Wednesday, December 23, in a single ring cer emony performed by the Whltte more Lutheran minister. Gait Potter of Algona, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Arnold Ketelson of Whittemore, attended the (room. The bride wore a Wally blue crepe dress, and black accessories, and shoulder corsage of talisman roses. The bridesmaid wore a >lack crepe dress, and black accessories, and a corsage of talisman roses. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Potter of Algona, and graduated from the Algona ilgh school. The groom is the son if Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baas of West Bend and graduated from the Whittemore high school. Immediately after the ceremony he young couple left for a month's wedding trip to Texas, and through- jut the south. They plan on at- ending the Cotton Bowl football game. Mr. and Mrs. Baas will be at ome after February first on their arm home near West Bend. Basil HATHBONE Anita LOUISE Tuesday, December 28, Richard Dix in "IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD" Matinee 11 o'clock and every two hours Wed.-Thurs., December 29-30, Grace Moore in ,;- i "I'LL TAKE ROMANCE" Most thriHlng of ftet.muirtcal lovi Wt« Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results fethodlst SoHal Affairs- Monday afternoon the Methodist Sunday School classes taught by Mrs. Mabel Sorensen. Mrs. Ralph Donovan, Mrs. Howard Schoby, Mrs. Henry Johannsen, and Mrs. Wallace McDougall were entertained at the church. The pflmary division taught by Leona Smith, Marbeth Will. Elaine Hilsteadt, Ruth Arnold, Valeria Pickett, Helen Kuhn^Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. C H. Holt, Mrs. B. A; Thorpe, Roma Smith and M. S. Norton was entertained at a Christmas party Tuesday. Birthday Club- Members of the Birthday club met for their annual Christmas party and exchange of gifts, Tuesday afternoon. A chicken dinner was served at Cook's Tavern, and they adjourned to Mrs. Milton Norton's home for bridge. Mrs. Roy Keen received the high score prize at bridge and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Emily Spencer. Eleanor Norton of St. Paul was a guest of the club. Mrs. Norton served tea late in the afternoon. IMnner-Bridge— Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. Milton Norton, and-Mrs. Fred Kent were co-hostesses at a 6:30 dinner-bridge party at the Scalan home Monday evening. This is the first of a series of parties to be given by these hostesses. Prizes at bridge were won by Mrs. Lee Nugent, high; Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, second high; and Mrs. H. M. Smith, third. Christmas decorations were used. Beta Sigma Phi- Lorraine and Deanne Arndorfer entertained eight members of the Beta Sigma Phi, business girls' sorority, at their home Tuesday evening. A business meeting was followed by a social evening. Lafa-Lot dab- Mrs. Tom Dallfcy entertained her Lafa-Lot club at bridge Tuesday afternoon. There were two tables in play. Prizes were received by Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Mrs. L. A. Winkel. Employees Mr. and MrpT Oscar Anderson were host and hostess to the members of the force at the Anderson Cafe at their country home, Monday evening.- A seven O'clock dinner was served and covers were laid for eight. The table was' decorated with Christmas decorations and the evening was spent at games and contests. Christmas PartyV- Mrs. W. J. Slgsbee entertained the members of her newly organized bridge club at a party Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Becker received first price, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, travel, and Mrs. King, low. Gifts were exchanged and a dessert was served. Mrs. Fred Parks was a guest of the club. Littles Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little entertained 12 guests Sunday evening at a bridge dinner. Prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and Charles Little. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Klaasle of Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mickelson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little of Humboldt Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. Jos. Kelly served a one o'clock luncheon to the members of her bridge club, at her home Monday afternoon. Covers were lafil for eight. The members exchange< Christmas gifts. Prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Wm. Barry, Mrs. Har ry Hargreaves and Mrs. C. A. Joyni of Emmetsburg. Whitjtemore Party- Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore entertained eight of her Algona friends at a bridge party at her home, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. G. Baker won the high prize, and Mrs. Joe Bloom received the low. Following the afternoon of bridge a dinner was served by the hostess. Annual Party- Employees and members of the board of the Algona Federal Savings & Loan celebrated their annual Christmas party at a 6:30 dinner party served at their office. Wednesday evening by the Silver Gray Cafe. Gifts were exchanged. iow*, tfco. IB. im Black will, «ftl».h*H % two-day vacation ffoto ifjjmfnW MMI of beauty cultort. THe Patttrmm twins will arrive from GMlllicothe, Mo., thetr parent* Mr. Slid MM; J. M. Patterson motoring part way to mwt them. Georg* Anne Oeigel will coine from Storm Lake. At Amw Graduation Mr. and MM. M. B. Btanchard of Lone Rock have been visiting at the Edw.Blancharts. On Wed nesday, Mr. and Mrs. Btanchard accompanied the Fred QenHches of Lone Rock to Ames, where they al! attended the graduation exercises, Maynard Genrlch, son of the Genriches being graduated at this time. 19th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas were host and hostess to a number oi their friends last Monday evening celebrating their 19th wedding anniversary. Those from this vicinity invited were Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Reaper. The evening was spent at cards. Thimble Club Thimble club Members met Monday at the home of Mrs. Walter Roberts for a seven o'clock dinner. The members enterialnM their husbands and daughteyjfreand covers were laid for 20. Tfii evening Was enjoyed socially. Dance Club— The recently organized dance Christmas New Year club of whcih Alvin Briggs Is president held their second dance at the V. F. W. Hall Wednesday evening. This was a Christmas dance. The club has a large number of paid memberships. P. E. Ov— ~"""~ P. E. O. members met for a special meeting at the home of Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Tuesday evening. Refreshments were served with Mrs. R. A. Evans and Mrs. P. J. Christensen acting aa assisting hostesses. , > The George Johnson family were Sunday visitors at the Chas. Clarke home in Brltt John Weber went to Illinois last Sunday evening for a visit with Friends and relatives at his old lome. Mrs. U. B. Frankl and her son, Gerald, visited Sunday with Mrs. "YanhTs mother, Mrs. Pat Mulligan near Bancroft. Betty Lt'mpke and her nine pupils presented a Christmas program to the school patrons of her district last Tuesday evening. The Misses Marguerite and Roberta Skllllng and Ruth Black have arrived to visit with their parents for the holiday season. to eJftlntWsh rfitf* wfc ed an awriinsf 6« 6«e Windows. Kwas ttionfcht H»t » nre was eat*** -Iff spirits *y- i«MA l "f*j l y l S- A ^hltTJWAihr* ' ingf irOTn R cniiniioy. Craft SmtMi, son o* Mr. an* Mr*. D. P. Smith, returned Wednesday morning from Golconda, Nevada, where he has been employed for the past three months In the mines. Craig reports that his car slid into !RSQNA$S ^-' a ditch "during a blinding sn storm during his return. Mr. and Mi*. L. M. Merrit* received word of the death of Sant Kaufman, Maitland, Missouri, who died at his home, Sunday. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Merfltt, and had been ill two months. The Merritts took him home from Rochester recently where he had been a patient. W. E. Hawcott was called to Hurt following the death of his mother, Mrs. Anna Hawcott, 82. Her husband, Tom Hawcott, preceded her In death several years ago. One other daughter, -Lulu, Burt correspondent for the Algona papers and a niece, Sellna Clifton, made her home with Mrs. Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon ex- pent to leave for San Antonio, Texas, soon after Christmas, where they Will spend the winter. They were in California last winter, and at San Antonio the winter before. From San Antonio they will make trips to Corpus Christl, Brownsville and the lower Rio Grande valley, and perhaps will cross over into Old Mexico for a bull fight or so. Mr. and Mr*. Bnrdette Agard and laughter, Ruth Ann, will spend Christmas and the week end with Vfrs. Agard's family at Minneapolis. They will visit at the home of Mrs. eorge Decker, sister of Mrs. Agard and her mother, Mrs. Fred Davis. Two other daughters of Mrs. Davis, *rs. Dorothy Davis of New York CJ v ty, and Marjorie Davis of Washington, D. C., will be other members present in the family group. and Thursday Cranberries —- —- - Idngonberries (Swdiah cranberry) Mince Meat (home made) .- rr Fancy Christmas Cookies per Ib. 10 an* Wax Beans, No. 2 size can 2 for 21c Pumpkin, No. 2 site can __-.,_._3 for 25c Variety of Extra Fancy Vegetables and Fruits Assortment of Christmas dandy and Nuts Beautiful, Fresh, Washington Holly Rome Dressed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens Fancy Fresh Oysters Beef by the Quarter _13c and 14c Ib. Lutefisk 1 per Ib. lOc Lamb Stew per Ib. 8c Veal Bib Stew si — Ib. 13c Baby Beef Stew, any cut Ib. 25c Home Butchered Pork Boasts —Ib. 18c Home Butchered Side Pork Ib. 18c AH Sizes of Wilson's Tenderized Hatfis for Christmas Sorensen Grocery Co. We Deliver , Phones 138-139 &£N3gR£d&gfc£^^ FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS Paul Clark Farm Sale Big Success On Last Thursday Irvlngton: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark's farm sale held last Thursday (a week ago) was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are returning to Algona to make their home and hope to move as soon as a suitable home can be secured. Bob Post is home from Chicago to spend the holiday season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post, nnd with friends. Mr. and .tin. Harry Knapp and two sons. Ralph and Bobby, spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Aggie F. Knapp at the Mrs. F. A. Corey home. Paul Pelleymonnter and Sam who have been living In Chicago have moved to Pomona, California, The Pelieymounters were former! of Algona and Bancroft. Clarice Amesbury, who is em ployed at the Druggist Mutual office had her arm taken out of a cast las week. She fell on the ice about tw weeks ago and dislocated her lef elbow. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Berrie i son, David of Mason City and Bin Barry, student at Creighton Un versity at Omaha, will be gues+s at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Barry for Christmas dinner. Mrs. Wallace McDouiral and son Bobby went to Mason City Wednesday evening to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing Mrs. McDougall's parents. Mr. McDougal will Join them Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and family drove to Iowa Falls Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Stewart's grandmother and will remain until after the holidays visiting Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard, former residents, who have been living at Visalla, California, have moved to Lake Charles, Louisiana, where Mr. Howard is in the lumberOfu.i- ness. Mrs. Howard will be remembered as Florence Patterson. The Algona fire department was called out about ten o'clock this The To Our Thousands of Customers I and Loyal Friends We in this Business Have Much For Which To Be Thankful To you, who have looked upon us with friendly eyes, as your shopping counsellor* and your supply source we feel a genuine gratitude. It does us good to express it. We feel that any purchase made in this store is like a contract—valid only as it benefits and satisfies both parties. It does us good to say that, too. May your Christinas be cheerful, gay, joyous and bright with the promise of bettor, happier days in the coming year Dancing Club Elects annual election of officers was held by the Irvington dancing club at their last regular meeting. Lee Colwell is the retiring president New officers chosen were: Faye Gross, president, and Harold Smith, treasurer. The next regular meeting will be held Jan. 7, with Herman Becker and Robert Skilling in charge. Home for Holiday* r •• A number of Irvington's younger set have arrived from their colleges to be guests at their homes ever the holidays. From Ames- Dorothy Mawdsley, Howard Raney, Robert Black, Wayne Moore and Bud Hutchins; from Iowa City- Paul and Mary Black. Helen Lempke has arrived from Cedar Falls, with Donald Frankl from Trinity College, Sioux City. Miss Pauline CARNIVAL DANCE at the V. F. W. Hall Algona, Iowa Christmas Night Sat, Dec. 25 Motor Employees, Wish Christmas Here Health Here Wealth Here s Happin Merry Christmas 6* Muckey Laing Telephone 35 New Call Daily Matlai 3 p. m. Telephone 45 Theatre Mat 8at.-Sun 1-3:30 Greatest Bargain Theatre in the Country Playing Only Big Attractions Daily Matinees Our Holiday Topping Bookings Program from Dec. 22 to Jan, 4 All Seats C 2 Features Wed. B»t, W«t-Thur»., Dec. Pat O'Brien in "HUB »-l" The HUB Clothiers Leutliold—Williams—Reynolds Chet H. Williams Dec. <Xraas) Lionel Burryniore Bofct. Young BUIle Burke in "KAW BLUE AND GOLD" Plua American Legion New York City Convention Sun.-Moii., Dec. tfeudette Colbert CiuM. Bayer in the sweetest comedy TOVABICH" (Comrade) Tuesday, Dec. t* Mat. 11 o'clock and every two hours Bicfaard Dix in "IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD" Extra Special Added Attraction The Coroiutioa" (id Technicolor) Wed.-Thura., Dee. t»-M Grace Moor* Metvyn Dongfaw in "I'LL TAKE BOMANCB" Extra Special "March of Time" , FrtSafc, Dee. M-Jan. I (New Yean) Walter WineheU Ben Bent* "LOVE AND HISSES" Fri. 11:30 Midnight Show (New Years Eve) Seat* now on sale at Call Theatre (On Our Screen) Eleanor Powell Nebon Eddy "BOBAUB" ^^ (On Our Stage) •Starve*" and Company (Mind Readers) Garoto LoraJbard Fred M«e Murray TBUE CONFESSION" Xmas Attraction 2 Top* 3 Buck Jones In •HOLLYWOOD BOUND UP* (Second Feature) Hugh Herbert Allen Jenkin* in •SH, THE OCTOPUS" Plus Hoot Gibson Serial MHBBBVBJMBI .._, Dee. *4-M Gene Autry In "BOOTS AND SADDLES" (Second Feature) Gertrude Mtahael in "SOPHIE LANG GOES WEST" HIM la*t episode Hoot OiUon Ho. 1 a O. & Cowt Guard •ertal aaaarH^^ "I4mB BEGINS WITH LOW (Second Feature! Jobn Wtwno In "BOBN TO THE WEST" Tueeday, Dee. M (Extended Run) CUudette Colbert ~-^, Tuesday, Jan. 4 (Extended Run) Parole Lamb**, MaeMurray CONFESSION" "XDVABJOF' (Conrad*) Tuesday, Jan. 4 11 o'clock toat. every 3 hrg Frank Morgan Florence Bice "BEG BOBBOW STEAL" lOc 21c Wed. Thru S*t, DM. Z9-Jaa. 1 (New Yean Program) Zane Gray** "BOLL ALONG OOWBOV (Second Feature) 8taEirwto "MB. BOQQ8 OTEP8 OUT* 8**. New Ve*n On Our Stage Marve* and On. Mind reader Question* answered from the »tage

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