The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1938 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 26,1938 Q/fpTES Golden Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. J. F. ("Cap") Cook, formerly of Union township, and since 1914, re edstnls »lnce 1914, residents of Algona, eel- erated their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday .January 23rd, With a family dinner at the Cook home and open house held In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Jr., from 2:00 to (5:30 nt which some ISO people called to offer their congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Cook's three daughters and one son, three sons-in-law, one daught'cr-ln-law, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild, attended the dinner. They are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Schichtl. and their sons Wayne and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, all of Algona: and Mr.' and Mrs. Malvin Dutton, their three daughters, two sons-inr-law and grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce Donna Jean Dutton and Durwooe Pierce, «S of Cresco. The Duttons and their family attended the gold en wedding celebration of their par ents. Mr .and Mrs. L. R. Dutton ol Cresco. two years ago. Plum Oepk Literary SoolPlj'— Mrs. Paul Black entertained the members of the Plum Creek Literary society at her home Wednesda> afternoon with 2!5 In attendance It was a public welfare meeting with Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Mrs Rny Stone, the latter of LuVerne as Burst speakers. The roll call was answered hy results of lack of training in children and Mrs. Hugh Raney gave a rending entitled 'The Bystander." Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. or ]' our 193S Permanent Morrison^Beauty Shop Phono l>7f> Stone tnlkcd concerning health and the happiness derived from It. A lunch was served by the hostess The next meetnig will be held in the evening nt the Ray McWhorter home, February 2, and the club members will entertain their hus bands. Mrs. Fern Drone is th< program chairman and Mrs. Ed Hopkins is the menu chairman. Home Eighty members of the Home Builders class of the Methodist church met for a 6:30 dinner one program. Wednesday evening. Tin is the regular monthly meeting. An old fashioned singing school hcnd- ed the program. Community singing WHS led by Mrs. Wallace McDougall and CJIcn Roland. A de- 1-nte was the feature of the evening which proved very entertaining. The question: "Resolved, that the horse and buggy was more practical lor the youth of its time than the modern automobile is for the youth of todny." The affirmative side was taken by Mrs. J. F. Overmycr and Mrs. Anton Didriksen and the negative by Hortier Tuttle and Or. S. W. Meyer. Dreyrr-Priehe Nuptials— Mabel Dreyer. daughter of Mr. md Mrs. A. A. Dreyer of Whittemore. and Gordon Priebe. oldest •son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe. of Bancroft, were married Friday, lamiary 14. In Hebron. Nebraska. They contained to travel southwest and plan to make their home in j he west. Mr. Priebe is a graduate of the , l>one Rock high school, having graduated in 1934. Mrs. Priebe i graduated from the Fenton high ' school with the class of 1933. and ,' has since worked at the Dr. W. D ! Andrews home. \V. H. M. a— The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church parlors. Mrs. Antone Johnson is in charge of the lesson and will talk on "Journeys Along Rural Roads." Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll will lead devotions Th< hostesses are Mrs. H. B. Mason Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Mrs A R Hansen. Mrs. C. H." Klamp. Mrs Ernest Godfredson. Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mrs. H. R. Rnsmussen and Mrs O. B. fining. Clnb—. Mrs. Verne Storm entertained her sewing club at her home, Friday afternoon. Members present were Mrs. Vaughn Rising, Mrs. Harley Troutman, Mrs. Ken Harris, Mrs Julius Wlnkel, Mrs. M. W. Jacobson, and Laura Mae Christensen A social afternoon was followed by the serving of light refreshments Horn? Guard*— The Home Guards, the junior society of the Woman's Home Mis sionary society of the Methodlts church, will meet today (Tuesday) with Alma and Ruth Baldwin. A regular meeting with the lesson will be held. Mrs. M. W. Schwietert and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Jr.. are the leaders. Dinner-Bridge— Mrs. Duane Dewel and Mrs. G. W. Stillman were co-hostesses at a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party at the latter's home. Saturday evening. Covers were laid for 16. High score prize was won by Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and the second high prize by Mrs. H. W. Miller. Guild Meeting— The Ladies' Guild of St. Thoma* Episcopal church will entertain the members of the parish tomorrow. iVednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shore. There will be cards and refreshments. The Rev. md Mrs. UeVere La V. Shelmandine of Spencer will attend. I Joint Club Meeting— Mrs. Al Spongberg entertained the C. S. D. W. club and the Dew and Chat club at a combination meeting at her home Monday afternoon. There were 24 guests present. Following a social time light refreshments were served. Guenta at Mason City- Mr, and Mrs. H. I* Gllmore, and Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Miller were guests a t aaeven o'clock dinner party, Saturday evening, at the Hanford McNIder home in Mason City. Bridge Club- Mrs. Owen Nichols entertained her auction bridge club of eight members on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lionel Hovey own high prize, William Dau the low and Mrs. prize. Royal Neighbors — Mrs. H. W. Post will entertain the Royal Neighbor club at n pot luck luncheon this afternoon (Tuesday). A regular meeting will be held and cards will be played. Double Foursome — Mrs. R. B. Waller was hostess at n double foursome. Monday afternoon. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. D. L. McDonald. Guest Speakers Entertain Plum Creek Lit. Society Irvfngton: The Plum Creek Literary society club meeting which was held last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Paul Black was very well attended. Guest speakers were Mrs. A. A. Bishop of Algona and Mrs. Ray Stone of LuVerne. Mrs. Stone gave a talk on health. Invited guests for the afternoon were the Mesdames Leslie Jenkins, Jas. Black,, Florence Kaln, Edna Smith and Dorothy Urch. The next regular meeting will be an evening meeting on Feb. 2 with Mrs. Nellie McWhorter as hostess. At Kin's Funeral School was closed in District No. 4 of Cresco township a few days last week as Miss Bernlce Sutton, the teacher motored to Minneapolis, accompanied by her mother where they attended the funeral of Frank Burt, uncle of Miss brother of her mother. Sutton and Many years ago the Burt family lived In Algona. They were related to the Fisher family, pioneer residents of west Irvlngton. • __ Miss Birdie Schulz has been 111 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz suffering from an attack of appendicitis. Dan Gies and his brother returned by truck from St. Paul on Saturday. Mr. Gels stated they had purchased a combined grocery and meat market aqd hoped to get moved to the cities some time during the coming 1 week. ' Mrs. Ralph Lage and her mother, Mr& Alice Duryea attended the Peter Brass funeral at St Joe recently, Mrs. Lage being a niece of Mr. Brass. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill entertained their children Sunday at a family dinner honoring the birthday of their son, Melvin, whose birthday occurred on that date. Mrs. Florence Jennings IB staying with her sister, Mrs. Summer Parsons while the latter is recup- eratng from a broken arm which she recently received when she fell. For several years the Jennings family were tenants of Clarence Mawdsley. Urn Hussies The eight Hen Hussies met at the dome of D. G. Brundage on Friday evening. January 21st. for contract bridge. Lodge to Meet — The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday evening at 7:45 at Me Legion hall. Peerless (Chcmacol Processed) Guarantees a warm comfortable home at all times. Order your bills filled today with the coal that brings repeat orders wherever it is sold. Botsford Lumber Co. Watch the Orange Colored Trucks Go By Phone 2.3ij Jim P <"lub Re-organized — The Algona Breakfast club has leorg.-inized into a dinner club, with M>s. LeRoy McWhorter as its president. Other members are LeRoy M.Whorter, Mr. and Mrs. Denni's Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rice. Mr and Mrs. Frank Shilts. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. Mr. and Mrs. George St. John and Mrs. Ethelyn Banker. Sunday the members were invited to West Union and were gucsU of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratfs relatives. Dinner-Bridge — Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas entertained at a seven o'clock dinner at the Anderson country home Sunday evening. Covers were laid for 12. Following dinner, bridge was played at the Hoffman home. Prizes were won by Mr. and Mr* H. L Gllmore and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton of Bancroft Other guest* were Mr. and Mn. Ralph Miller and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Unnmn. , ninner-Brldge— Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway were host and hostess at a seven o'clock dinner party. Thursday evening. Covers were laid for eight. Bridge was the evening's diversion. Mrs. Duane Dcwel received the high score prize at bridge. Home In Ambulance Mrs. Duglas Riley and her son. Duane returned by ambulance from Iowa City last Sunday where Duane has been receiving medical aid. He is much improved and his broken limb was again placed in a cast It will be necessary for him to make further trips to the city in the future for treatment. Hold Fox Hunt A number of sportsmen congregated in the Galbraith vicinity on last Sunday where a fox hunt was staged. About two weeks ago such an event was held and one fox I was killed. It is the general opin- I j ion of farmers that foxes are caus- j w „ . „ , . . ,. . inR considerable damage to other Mrs. Fred Park entertained her wild animals such as rabbits, pheas- ant.s. etc. Mr«. Park Entertain*. Legion to Mrr t— The American Legion Auxiliary of Hagg Post No. 90. will meet with Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew to sew carpet rags for the Veterans' Facility at Knoxvillv and to hear the nulio program given by the Iowa Department of the Auxiliary over WOI. All of the members of the unit are urged to attend. bos to bridge club at the county home on Wednesday afternoon. The group consists of eight members. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Mrs. Frost, and Mrs Bertha Smith were the recipients of prizes. Bridge Club— Mrs. Owen Nichols entertained the eight members of her bridge club at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Hovey won the high prize, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Wm. Dau. OrntNiary Clans— The Centenary Bible class of the Methodist church held their month- y dinner and meeting gon Tuesday of last week. Mrs, A. A. Bishop is the teacher of this class. The evening was spent in playing games. Bridge Club— Mrs. Hollis Trainer entertained her bridge club last week Tuesday evening. A seven o'clock covered dish cupper was served to eight members. Mrs. Victor Lowe received the high prize at bridge. Idle Hour Club— Mrs. E. J. Hough was hostess to the 12 members of the Idle Hour bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. L. Peterson received the high score at bridge. IM Canto Club— The Bel Canto club meets Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Casey \ Loss. The subject is to be "The Polyphonic Element in Music. Part II." Mrs Veda Murtagh is th? leader. Mrs. E. E. Paine of Burt visited several days last week with her Now Open For Business i A Igona f s Newest! A Igona 's Finest! FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS, WED, JAN. 26 We Invite Your Inspection and Comments on the newly Remodelled and Redecorated TES CAFE Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wilson Four Big Value Giving Days I'innrr Party- Mrs H. W. Miller was • it t rt '!0 dinner ami bridge r»irty ! it lu-r home. Friday evening. Guests ! • "~ wen- Mrs F'.uil Kriethe and Mrs ! Waffle Dninrr— Albert S-aehle of Burt. Mrs. W. i Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Risins were Wu.irton .Mrs. Dennis Goeder.s. | host and hostess »t a 6:30 waff!.- Dickinson. Mrs. K. D. : dinner party at their home. Satur- Overm • J rlhon ant l Mrs. j day evening. There were six guests Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday January 26 - 27- 28 - 29 H Mr. J .-in J F. K. C s. Mr* m.-on won ti present. .social evening was in- Tuesday Wednesday, Jan. 25-26 "THRILL OF A LIFETIME" Daily matinee from one o'clock Johnny Down*. Ek-aomr Whitney. B«i Bhir, July tanora ami \tfht Club Bu>> Thurs.-Fri., Jan. 27-28 Daily matinee 2 p. m. Kostuth County Boys' Basketball Tourney Saturday, Jan. 29 Continue ~- from one ,/tlixii Extra Special "Our Gang Follies of 1933 School January ALLAN JONES MUUI£M WilLUtt A *«j«n I -ADMISSION Thurs.-I-'riday hi^h'.-, student.-, life, adultf 25c day jii^ht. r-la.>» riual.s, 20e and 35c Light, <-oumy finals, 20c and 35c Silk daaoe«et« In law trtmtw tanore« styles, in sixes 32, 34 and 36, for Ladies' pure thread full fashioned silk hose in the moat wanted shades 2 pr. for Tuck stitch two piece pajamas for ladies or children. Reg $1. and $1.25 values two pair for Bargain Basement $ Day Specials Quality ladies' Silk Hose 3 pairs for $1.00 Excellent quality »i!k in several spring shades 2 yds. for $1.00 Jacquard comfortable blankets In dark Navajo patterns each $1.00 Corsets in combination styles new models each $1.00 Crinkle. bed spreads in large size, several colors each $1.00 black or brown, in values to $2.00 for Quaker' ' quality lace curtain panels in new patterns and weaves each for ___ Printed silk in attractive spring patterns in qualities worth up to $1.00 yd. 2 yds. for On Entire Stock of Winter EXTRA SPECIAI. SILK DRESSES About 40 silk and wool dretses that *oid originally up to 11000 While they last, each 1.00 GROUP ONE This offering consists of nearlv one hundred beautiful new fall and winter dres.scs in attractive styles—size 14 to 48 in values to $10.(X>— FINAL CLEARANCE GROUP TWO You will marvel at these beautiful quality dresses as they are from our French room stock in values to *1H(«) FINAL CLEARANCE '..'_ •»ru rt III 4. EXTBA SILK DRESSES About 100 silk and wool dresses in models that sold up to flS.OO each. Good styles—in good color*, from excellent materials. While they g* QJJ last, only dCatfO EXTBA HPEC'IAJ. WINTER COATS New ntylish coaU with large fur collar* or ol the tailored «tyle»— in colors black, brown—in nearly all size*. While O they la*t Ol I At Rediculomly Low Prices Your choice of about (JO stylish coats with luxurious inr collarssixes 14 to 48—in colors black brown and j,'reen--Final (Jleuranee HALF PRICE Every Ladies, Misses and Childs Coat in our Entire Stock Radically Reduced "Marinette" and "Lampl" Knit Suits AT JUST HALF-PRICE For quick clearance we are including OUJT entire .lock of knit »uiu at thta vary low pric«-of b*U £>•'*. Our bargain basement 13 crammed full Of biU-KUIlli aside from those mentioned above ristensen OOMM Of worthwhile C3MTM1M all tntouyh thv •tore not ^lUd

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