The Algona Upper Peg Moine 3 , *.«. * •• *' Thanks I have just recovered from the coupon? from our opening. I wish to thank the many friends Wno made this opening such a success. And to acquaint you with some of our other specials. Iowa. May 17. 1938 This Coupon and 5c entitles you to a frozen Custard like mother used to make GOOD SAT. ONLY MAY 21 This Coupon and 5c entitles you to n Fresh Strawberry Parfait GOOD SUN. ONLY, MAY 22 ALGONA ICE CREAM SHOP Free Delivery Service Phone 94(3 Mar**** Margaret R. Matter, daughter of of Mr. am) Mrs. J. L. Mailoy. of Algona. and Paul Bucher. Pair- field, sow of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bucher of F.<tir»eM. were married Saturday morning at nine o'clock at the St Cecelia Catholic church. Father Mallinger performed the Mnirle ring ceremony In the presence of the immediate families and close friends. The "Lohengrin" g march was played by Miss Julia McEnroe, and Frances Heg- nrty sang "Oh. Promise Me" and "A\-e Maria." The bride was attended by Bernice Tocums of Ot- ttimw*. and John Zehmnn of Fairfield wss groomsman. Both the bride and the bridesmaid wore prey suits with ashes of roses accessories, and wore shoulder corsages of white gardenias. Immediately following the cere their anniversary at a family dinner at which covers were laid for Mir. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders and daughter Mrs. Harold Falkenhalner, Norman Walker. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kennedy and son, John Kennedy and wife-and Mrs. Snell. Woman's Ctob— '' The Algona Woman's Club met last Friday afternoon In the library with Mrs. C. H. CreUmeyer presiding. R. B. Waller, editor of tha Algona Upper Des Moines, spoke on the subject of "The Newspaper in Tuesday-Wednesday, May V? -18 Thursday-Friday, May 19 20 wrote mony a wedding breakfast was served to twenty at the home of the bride's parents. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. Bucher. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bucher and children of Fairfield. and Mrs. L. Brech and children of Eldora. Mrs. Bucher graduated from tha 3t. Cecelia Academy to Algona, and ater took nurses' training at St. Joseph's hospital at Ottumwa. Mr. 3;icher graduated from the Fairfield high school, and St Mary's College at Fairfield. He is now operating a pure bred stock farm near Fairfield. The young couple left for a week's wedding trip to an unkown destination. They will be at home June I. near Fairfleld. Community Life", followed by :he showing of a film taken during the 1929 Algona Diamond Jubilee. The film was presented by Wm. Dau on his movie projection machine, group of musical selections were presented by the Bel Canto club sextette. Mrs. Ralph Weber, Mrs Charles Kierscht, Mrs. Evans Car- Mrs. Holt, ^The sextette waVaccom- Plus 3 Great Shorts 3 No. 1 Pete Smith's "Candid Camera Maniacs" No. 2 News of the Day Vitaphone No. 3 "Forget Me Knots" Plus March of Time No, 10 _^___^^^^ New York City and Chicago audiences are wild about Algona boy's story. —It's tops. Saturday Special, May 21st Plus Our Gang Comedy, "Bear Facts" Free 600 bans candy, matinees In- Alffona Cream Co. Sunday-Monday, May 22-23 Errol Flynn in 100'; technicolor "ADVENTURES OF ROBINHOOD" Ice Auxiliary— The American Legion Auxiliary presented seven United States flags to the pupils of the Bryant school at an assembly of the pupils and representatives of the Auxiliary at nine o'clock Friday morning. Julie Chrischilles was master of ceremonies for the program arranged by Miss Dora Carson. Sue Hutchison told the "Story of the First Flag." "Flags of Other Lands" was recited by Barbara Beck. David Laing gave the bag code. "The Flag is Passing By" was recited by Roger Burgess. Mrs. E. W. Evans, president of the Legion Auxiliary of Hagg Post No. 90, formally presented the flags. They were accepted by Mary Gadd for the first grade, Bobby Pom- mcrening for the second, Joan Pletch for the third. Robert Butts for the fourth, Bruce Shore for the fifth, and Arlene Bast for the two rooms of the sixth grade. The flag salute was led by Billy Fuller and Billy Pletch. The exercises were closed by the singing of the first and last stanzas of the "Star Spangled Banner," led by Miss Aria Rockwold with cornet accompaniment by Duane Wallukalt, Teddy Herbst. Freddy Wray, John Kenefick, and Roger Burgess, and piano accompaniment by Mtss Evelyn Graham. The Auxiliary was represented by Mrs. E. W. Evans, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Eleanor Fraser, Mrs. H. E. Stephenson and Mrs Wm. Dau. mean. Mrs. George Vance, M. A. Sjostrand, and Mrs. Chet __, The sextette was accompanied by Mrs. Eugene Murtagh at the piano. Surprise Party- Mrs. Marvin Doherty was honored at her home, Thursday afternoon, when a group of women arrived for a surprise party. Those in attendance were Mrs. P. J. Waldron. Mrs. W. O. Ringgenberg, Mrs. Howard Seeley, Mrs. F. A. Bunting, Mrs. Clarence Stewart, Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mrs. Earl Griffith, Mrs Ernest Godfredson, Mr* George Miller, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. Mrs. Nelson Howard, Mrs. Lyle Latch and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. A social afternoon was followed by a two course luncheon. Mother* & Daughters Club— The ladies of the Union Mothers and Daughters club on the of B6bWe Maxwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell. She win speak t* tfc* King's Herald group at four o'clock In the chitfch parlors. * Party at Hotei-T :; ~* Margaret Fussell, Jane Maha and Barbara Moyle were joint hos esses at four tables of bridge i the Blue Room of Hotel Algon Thursday evening. Lucille Wan won the high score prize and th consolation pri*e went to Dor White. Light refreshments wer served at the evening's conclusion St Thomas Guild— Members of the Episcopal S Thomas Guild entertained today (Tuesday) at two benefit bridg parties at the home of Mrs. Che Williams. Both contract and auc ion bridge were played. The party n the afternoon was for womeri and In the evening for both men am women. Bridge Club at Meye Mrs. S. W. Meyer entertained her bridge club members at two tables Tuesday afternoon. A dessert was served. Mrs. H. M. Olson received the high score prize, and Mrs. Burdette Agard the second high prize. Mrs. W. C. Irelan and Mrs. Ralph Miller were guests of the club. Afternoon Parties— Mrs. Matt Streit was hostess at ifternoon bridge parties at her )ome Saturday and Monday afternoons. There were 12 guests at each party. Mrs. Theo. Hutchison the high prize, Monday afternoon, afternoon, and Mrs. W. D. Andrews the high prize, Mondya afternoon. Dinner-Bridge— "' Mrs. W. P. French entertained at a seven o'clock dinner party at her home, Saturday evening. Covers TheMan About Town Say* Wed Sixty Sixty years ago, Sunday. May 14, 1878, John Goeders and Jane Zlg- rang were united In marriage at St. Joseph, Iowa, Rev. J. B. Zigrang. brother of the bride, performing the ceremony. The Goeders have lived their entire wedded lift- In this community, and looking back over the sixty years, they can think of many interesting changes that have taken place in the community. Mr. Goeder.i is 84 year-i of iige and Mrs. Goeders is 83. They still retain good health and gel much enjoyment out of life. Satur- mittee who are making poetry scrap books met at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon Thursday afternoon. They have compiled three booklets which have been turned over to Miss Margaret Durant, chairman for this county. The work is sponsored by the Federated Women's clubs in charge of the po«try division The booklets will be sent from here to Iowa City. Mrs. Bacon is chairman for the Union club. P. T. A. to Meet— ~ The grade school P. T. A. xvill have a meeting Wednesday May J8th at 2:30 o'clock in the old assembly room in the Bryant school Naomi Hewitt's first grade will present "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." A business meeting will follow, to nominate and elect by ballot, new officers for the coming year. All mothers interested in P T A are urged to attend, to help organize for a bigger and better organization next year. Breakfast at Church— The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet at the church, Thursday were laid for eight guests. The evening was spent at bridge. Mrs. It's National Ice Cream Week! TREAT VOURSELF TO MORE Taylor Made En jo v a delicious disk of Taylor Made Ice Civam every day. It's frood for you. You'll di-S'.-'jver a new ta.ste Thrill in its down right iiood flavor. ICECREAM The N***, HtM Food At Our Dealers or Phone 270 , for a silent sacrificial breakfart. Mum Jane Jone., Chin- ww mlttlotuuy, wttt be the guert speaker. Mr*. Roy Brownell will be In charge of the devotions. The hostesses are Mrs. H. M, Olson, Mrs. Carl Irelan, Mrs. Chet Holt Mrs. H. J. Phillips and Mrs. Roy Brownell. Bridge Club— ~"~~ Mrs. L. A. Winkel entertained the members of her bridge club at three tables at her home, Thursday evening. C. A. Joynt of Em- metshurg received the high prjvo for men. Mrs. Josephine Stanton he women's high prize, and the travel prize went to Mrs C L. "*"O " «w *?£rvrill, a I. Ul lUg^C. ITlra Marguerite Keneflck and Mrs-. Emily Spencer were the recipients of the table prizes. Birthday Party—'~ Mrs. R. R. Hutzcll entertained at a birthday party for her little son, Floyd, who was three years old, Wednesday afternoon. Thero were 15 children and their mothers present. Out of door games were played, and light refreshments served. Missionary Convention— The annual convention of the Woman's Misionary societies of the northern district will be held at Burnside. Iowa, on Friday at 9:45 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. A number of local members will attend together with Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. L. O. A. CUws-T "~ The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church will meet witli Mrs. V. V. Naudain. Thursday evening. May 19, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs D. P. Smith will be the assisting hostess. Miss Lucille Pepoon. II. D. A., will be the guest speaker. Party at Murtaghs— Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh entertained at open house Monday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Fallconhainer. The croup attended the country club <MflCe, and following the dance a buffet supper was served at the Murtagh home. Family Dinner- Mrs. Al Falkenhalner entertain- Custodian Pan! Wine at the Call State Park caught old papa fox In a trap. Something new in the bread line was uncovered In the den when It gave up two pigs of about 115 pounds each. The park la rid of foxes at the present time for the other and better half of the family . ran away after leaving Paul one leg In another trap. Two blocks south of State street a ady was awakened some time after midnight by a noise unfamiliar In her house. She walked to the head of the stairs In her nightie and look- id down at a man In uniform us- ng the telephone at the foot of he stairs. The first thrill of the care Is over, temper has receded and the object of an angry woman an thank his lucky stars. Ray Cook and his bakery track were parked In front of a shoe store. ,n officer with one foot resting on le running board and a pad of >aper on the knee was taking down otatlons. Clerks and customers ushed to the front of the stor*. riends of Ray clapped hands and shouted at the sight They thought a pinch was In the making. It was, WEAEEOOINOTOSfeLL New Cotton Frocks This Week Make a special trip to Algona to see them. You have never seen such values before. $1.00 - $1.98 - $2.98 LfR Department Stores but not on Ray. He was~reportlng lost articles. Every alley In the city should have a stop sign for outgoing vehicles. Cars and trucks rush out on high from behind building corners, no horns, no sense. As one pedestrian who was missed by an Inch say, "The old cars made enough noise to hear them coming. The up-to-date ones are on you without a sound." The contingent of fishermen now at Cass Lake was encouraged one day before it left by a post card from Howard Platt, who was there last week. "Weather fine" on one side while on the other was a picture of an Indian maiden and papoose. The Indian reservation Is one thing featured by the town of Cass Lake besides fish and tall pines. Oh, the envy of it. * • • A local nalenman desire* exceedingly to find someone interested enough to play cards with the new decks of five suits. Noticed this fellow is always asked as a fourth in bridge when all other resources are exhausted. Good advice for him and many more will be to learn how to play with the four suit tyne first Boost Iowa - Buy IOWA-PRODUCED CANNED FOODS Thur. - Fri. - Sat. Specials IOWA GROWN Corn, Golden Bantam or White Cream Style. Tomatoes, Cool Spring Brand Pumpkin, Opal Brand, la. packed Red Kidney Beans, Opal Brand choice Scans 28c at Bliley. A dessert was served the conclusion of the evening. Sheila Moore/» BirUiday— Sheila Moore was honored at a party given by her mother, Mrs Scott Moore at her home, Saturday M^hlT" 1 ' 0h ° norin K her seventh birthday. Six of Sheila's little friends and her school teacher Miss Bertha Godfrey were in attendance. Games were played and a luncheon served. Sheila was the recipient of many gifts. Bazaar at Church— The Woman's Home Misisonary society and the Queen Esther society of the Methodist church sponsored a bazaar at the church Saturday afternoon. A cafeteria luncheon was served from two o'clock until five o'clock. Mrs. S W. Meyer, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer Mrs. W. A. Dutton and Mrs. Rae A-sher were in charge. MethdoUt Group* to Meet— Jane Jones, misbionary from Chin*, will speak to the Standard Bearer group of the Methodist church tonight (Tuesday*. The meeting will be held at the home ed at a family dinner honoring her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Faikenhainer, Wednesday evening. The dinner was served in the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona at six o'clock. Covers were laid for 12. Delphian Picnic — The members of the Delphian society met for a picnic breakfast this morning (Tuesday) at nine o'clock at the state park. This was th« final meeting of the year. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, the president, was !n charge. Ladle* 1 Aid Guests — The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church was invited to the Good Hope church last Wednesda' evening for a program and refresh menu, with the Good Hope ladie as hostesses. About 40 Algona women attended. Degree of Honor — The Degree of Honor lodge me Monday evening with Mn. Georg Scuffham for the regular meeting A bag luncheon wa» served. Each woman brought a luncheon in a bag and the bags were exchanged Birthday Club— The Birthday club members wil meet today (Tuesday) honoring birthday of Mrs. Sam Kuhn at the honoree's home. A dessert will bi served and bridge will be played a two tables. J. Fuller with two tables of bridge in play. G. D. Brundage will entertain the club at his home this week Friday. Choir Social Meeting— The First Lutheran choir will have Its regular monthly social meeting at the parsonage Thursdav evening at 7:30. with Mrs. Ben Bakken and Violet Norman, th* Honor Falkenhalner*— Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mr and Mrs. H. W. Pletch entertained at open house. Friday evening hon""— "- and Mrs. Mel Falken- oring Mr. hainer. Congregational Circle— Mrs. H. D. Hutchins' circle of the Congregational church will meet at the Hutchins home at "-"io T - hur . sd »y afternoon, /or'a THIS WEEK I IS IOWA-PRODUCED 1C ANNED FOOD WEEK PEAS "Our Favorite', No. 2 size cans 6 for 53c RAISINS Fresh, seedless 2 Ibs. 15c BLACK RASPBERRIES, solid pack No 10,69c PEACHES, halves in light syrup, No. 10, 59c Complete Assortment of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Home Butchered Corn-Fed Iowa Beef STEAK, Sirloin or short cut lb. 28c BIB BOIL BEEF 2 Ibs. 2$c HAMBURGER, all pure meat __ IIIIz Ibs. 36c PORK CUTLETS __. lb 21c BAOON, TOhkonaa ^4. ^-— H Ffesn Ifbt -Bologna Thursd Fancy Dressed Chickens Sorensen Grocery Co. W> Ilrllwr *'_. Phone 138-139 CcuJi ui on nJoni-fld Hen The Hen Hussy bridge club me Friday evening at the home of W Attention Farmers Algona Ice Cream Adandy Factory We will be temporarily clewed from Monday, May 23 to May 27, due to moving to our new quarters on South Phillips Street. During that time we will be unable to grind feed or use any of our other milling machinery. However, we will have plenty of ALL FEED Chix Mash and other feeds on hand to take care of all your needs. f E. R. Rising Mill Algona, Iowa Give HIM the Gift He Wants and Needs 500 Suits-latest styles-single and double-breasted-a correct fit tor every figure and pocketbook. Green tones grey tones, new blues and 17 SIL.9Q CA browns, a vast selection Arrow Shirts Every graduate i< proud of an Arrow as seen in Eaquire They have the new non-wilt collar and fitted body $2,00 Othew »8c Tics Algona's greatest selection of nne neckwear. Match tha shirt with an Arrow, Cheney or Metcalf tie in silks or non- wrinkable wool 49c 68c 1.00 Interwoven Sox You can't go wrong with an Interwoven gift Theyro 35c 55c Polo Shirts All the new fabric* can be found at Zander's and every one shown in Esquire tor correct summer wear. Gabar- dj"**. knits, Shantung* and 68c 98c 1.65 Sweaters Our new sport sweaters and Jackets are outstanding. Plenty to choose from in combination* of Corduroys, Leathers, Knits. Gabardines. HE will appreciate one. 2,95 to 4,95 Shirts , Shorts Ensembles of MumUngwear in silk shirt-broadcloth short or «ne combed cotton shirt and short. Something every boy UX) 1.50 Other Piece* wjpuntte Wc-Wc Handkerchiefs 26c and 36c Leather Gladstone Bags a "-"- ** attd * L( *> OMB' OvexTnght Cases . Suspenders 50c and 95c Hats, LaSalle "Champ" . ZENDEK'S "Values Supreme in Clothes for Men and Boys" .' $7.95 $3.99 business meeting and program.
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