The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 Tuesday-Wednesday, June 14-15 Continuous each day from one p. m. Warren William Gail Patrick Ralph Morgan in "WIVES UNDER SUSPICION" "Under Ihe Fire" Plus Three Great Short Subjects News Travel Thursday-Friday, June 16-17 By all odds the year's most thrilling melodrama! DARING^ SOCIETY WlOTES Plum Creek Club— The Plum Creek Literary society met at the home of Mrs. John Weber, Wednesday, June 8th. Assisting hostess was Mrs. John Schultz. Kth- el Johnson was program chairman. Mrs. Fred Geigel presented two piano solos, and Mrs. Geigel and Lorraine Thomas offered two piano duets. Phyllis Sawyer, accompanied by Mrs. Don Hutchins on the piano presented a clarinet solo, and a violin and piano duet was given by Joyce Potter and Harriet Keith. Other numbers on the program were an accordian solo by Evelyn Weber, a bassoon solo by Betty Merritt, a vocal solo by Richard Keen and n piano duet by Vera Johnson and Harriet Keith. The next meeting will be a joint one to be held Wednesday, June 15th. , Wilson-Cutler Marriage— Airs. Pearl Wilson announces the marriage of her daughter, Delores, to Harry Cutler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutler of Bancroft. The single ring ceremony was performed May 8. at Fairmont. Minn., with Rev. H. L,. Booch officiating. Tho couple was attended by Leonard Cutler, brother of the groom and Emily Booch. The bride wore an orchid and blue dress of chiffon and silk and blue accessories, and carried a corsage of pansies. Mr. and Mrs. Cutler are at home in Algona. Lewis Stone Buddy Ebson •-''-.*^g' Coming dtrhday- Monday, June 19-20 "GOLDDIGGERS IN PARIS" Steele, Mrs. Burdette Agard anc Mrs. H. M. Olson attended the guesl day at the Webster City Country Club. Mrs. Holt won the blind bogey prize, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas tied for the low score prize nt golf. Mrs. Albert Granzow received a bridge prize. District Conference— A district Epworth League con vention of the Methodist churches will be held Wednesday at Forest City in an all day session. Those attending from the local church are Eleanor Thorpe, Ruby Turner, Jean Murtagh, Helen Johnson, Don Mt- Corkle, Bob Grooters, Clark Orton, Jr., Andy Phillips. Margaret Miller. Marilyn Fuller. Joan Stephenson. Bruce Miller. Ellen Johnson, and Dr. F. E. Burgess. Post-Nuptial Shower— Mrs. May Harrington and Mr.?. Dennis Goeders were co-hostesses at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. August Bernau, Jr., at the Goeders home, Thursday afternoon. Out of town guests were Mrs. Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Standard Bearers The Standard Bearers of the To Citizens of Algona and Vicinity Having purchased the Ben S<»reii.sen Drup; Store our every aim will l)e to .serve the public with a complete line of drugs and drug .sundries. We will be pleased to see you and look forward to a good many years of pleasant business relations in the eommunitv. Barker Drug Store II. T. Barker , Methodist church met at the home of their leader, Mrs. F. E. Sawyer Friday evening, for an election o officers. The following officers were elected for the coming year Howard Genrich was elected president: Charlotte Johnson, vice president: Elvie Vera, secretary; Fern Johnson, treasurer; Patricia Hull, pianist; Arden Orton, mite box secretary: and Mary Ellen Hal pin. poster secretary. Liinrhpon-Bridgr— Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. W. fC Ferguson were co-hostesses it . one o'clock luncheon and bridge arty at the latter's home, Friday afternoon. There were 36 guests n attendance. Mrs. S. O. Antler- on received the high score prize at bridge. Mrs. Claire Anderson the second high prize, and Mrs. C. C. Shierk was recipient of the lucky chair prize. tVebstor City Guest Day- Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. Chet Hoit. Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. Albert Granzow. Mrs. Carl Morck. Mrs. Harold Gilmore. Mrs. William F. Peter Firgard of Clear Lake, Mrs. Nels Peterson and Mrs. Margaret Knudsen of Blue Earth. Minn., and Mrs. O. Engstrom of Britt. Family Picnic— Mrs. E. J. Murtagh entertaine at a family picnic dinner on th back porch of her home. Sunday aft ernoon, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson. There wer-j 16 guest, present. Josephine Murtagh of De Moines arrived for the picnic. Afte: the picnic, Eugene Murtagh took group pictures with his candid cam- About Town Says READ U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS Women's Tailor-Made WHITE SUITS $ 18UP Linens, Congo Cloth, fiarbardines, Flannel. CLOPTON the Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers D. A. B.— The D. A. R. will hold Its annual Flag day picnic at one o'clock today (Tuesday) nt the shelter house at the Call state park. The committee in charge consists of Mrs. Antone Johnson. Mrs. George Free and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Idle Hour Club— The Idle Hour club was entertained by Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Wednes- lay afternoon. A one o'clock luncheon was followed by an afternoon of hridse. Club guests were Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, Mrs. L. F. Rice and Mrs. Sam Medin. Hrbrkah Lodge— There will be a regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge. Tuesday evening (tonight) at the I. O. O. F. hall at eight o'clock. Election of officers will take place. Shower nt Shilts Home— Mrs. George St. John. Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Mrs. Roy McWhorter nnd Mrs. Frank Shilts will be joint hostesses at the latter's home Wednesday afternoon at a shower honoring Mrs. Robert Gill. The afternoon will be spent at sewing. Bridge Luncheon Party— A group of Algona women mot Vanity haa fallen upon the ranks of our policemen. They have been observed standing in front of the mirrors in the Goeders' block adjusting hat, coat, belt and smile, arranging all in alignment as those new uniforms require it in their form fitting purpose. * * * George Spongberg's wife Is nway and he has found an easily pr^pared dish that suits his taste and wants it passed on to those who occasionally suffer the pangs of eating their own cooking. Simply beat up a few eggs, add chopped green cnlons fresh from the garden, season to taste and fry repeatedly turning. Serve yourself morning, noon and night until your wife gets back. » * * A card In the mall wants us to look up the circumstances of a voung man who visited a local Deauty parlor at eleven o'clock Saturday night (after hours) and took unto himself a wave-cut deftly done >y feminine hands. Not being on 'rlendly terms with any of the leauty parlor operators it would be a task. However it might be well and easier to find out what kind of perfume he wears «or scents his handkerchief with. * » * Swu Kuhn likes to tell flsh stories and can keep in the running with the best. However, he whispered this one to an intimate friend who gave it away. Sam had as good ft catch as ever the other evening at a lake. The fish were on a stringer tied to the side of the boat. Time to haul in and pull anchor came. With a thought of showing the catch and a livened heart-beat as some fisherman. Sam had a failure of words and spirit when he reached or the string and found it gone with the wind and waves. * * * Onre upon n time a farmer who permitted weeds to grow up on his ilace was considered a lax farmer or often a bad one. But today! One I vho keeps them down and high- iriccd acres clean is not a modern nan. at least not a New Dealer. It ooks for shame to see on nenrl*- very quarter n patch of old Et,i!!:s intoiichcd —land the government as rented. > went a setting, she sat Two Twenty-six days sne sau *«,., more and she would probably have brought In her ducklings. It makes one mad1 in the highest degree. prl ^ Bt .! lllaer n," tlve work has simmered the case to an alleged two. The finger may point. And one is supposed to have friends. ^ f t We always doubted Dad Clark's story of how he hit a baseballso hard Into the ground by second base that before the ball could be retrieved he had made a home run on It. Apologies, dad. « happened Sunday. Lanny Baas, first baseman for Whittemore, hit a hign fly that dropped between center field and second base in the game at Swea City. The ball sank into the earth and Lanny streaked to second base, halted surprised!}-, started on and scored before center fielder Stew Welp and secondbase- man Bud Sohuler gave up digging * * # Evan Flnnell Is housing Golden Pheasants in the yard near the garage. Ev had tv pair of quail earlier in the spring, but the neighbors couldn't sleep so he shipper! them. One morning about four, Doc Keneflck came over to see about the commotion. Likewise, the Luke Linnans from across the way on another before-sun-up disturbance. The birds didn't mind and went at their noise, thus separating themselves from a good home. Churches, Swea City Hold Annual Picnic Swea City: Two Swea City lowing FOR SALE Used Bicycles Used Radios Used Lawn Mowers JOE BLOOM Burt Band Concerts Hurt: The first of the concerts was given Wedne, day evening, of'the bank lhst«xi'; of street as In the past- ••••___ CATTLE , FLY SPRAY 45c gal. Coa«t-to-Coa»t Store A Permanent Price On Machineless Waves Of $5.00 And we're not cluttering up your mail box with Throwaway Advertising Highest Quality Material and Work at Lowest Possible Prices You ean rely on the MORRISON BEAUTY SHOP Phone 279 ' Algona, Iowa Advertising has its fruit*. It pays. Last week we mentioned about Ma Gordon's cheery pie. The next day Ma sent one up that did the work. A tasty home made pie that sets the month"glands at works just thinking about it. Thanks. Ma. Editor's Note—Yeah; How about us guys at the office? * * * Often wondered how a woman felt who opened the chicken house door and found her poultry gone. Birds she had tended, nursed and raised. Well a feeling of murder on the spot struck when our fine white duck and setting of eggs were pur- **• fiiuut' UL mguua VYUiiid4 IIIUL , , . _ -_, *itilii_ i ored to Emmetsburg. Thursday to lomed. The duck laid her egRs In attend a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the home of Mrs. C. A. Joynt. Mrs. Russell Cook won the high prize and the consolation prize went to Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves. a Btolen nest the fence and house at the Call State Park for a picnic supper, Thursday evening. Lutheran Brotherhood— The Lutheran Brotherhood meets this evening (Tuesday) at eight o'clock with Rev. Volzke. the guest Make While Missionary Society— The Woman's Missionary societ _ will meet on Thursday afternoon' sp'e'a'k'dr AH the men of the church nt the home of Mrs. Ole Allison with < ,, re invited and urged to attend. Mrs. John Bohannon and Mrs. Al-i bert Olson the assisting hostesses. I Luther League— Mrs. Alma Nelson will be the pro-i; T ,~ e Luther Lcaf?ue of the First Kram leader . < Lutheran church will sponsor a has; ket social and program in the church ! parlors Friday evening at eight Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertain- o'clock. eii the members of the Hi-Lo bridge i •-. . • lub Wednesday evening, at the) Beta Sigma Phi Picnic— home of Mrs. George L. Miller. Mrs. 1 Th(1 Beta sigma Pm businc . HS ZENDER'S offer a few timely suggestions to the thousands who will next Sunday, June \ ! 9th, remember Dad. GIFTS THAT REALLY PLEASE FOR FATHER'S DAY Socks are Surefire! He may not tell all his family woes, Nor that his socks are minus toes, He'ILsmile when his ship is on the rocks But forget it all with new Interwoven Sojc ; Shirts Seldom Miss! II is vest may cover a broad expanse Of rips or stains that escape the glance; A Fruit-of-the-Loom or Arrow Shirt Swell Will adjust the trouble and ring the bell. Hi-Lo (lub— ^^ the Sun Shines l need to work between the rains. I This quic ing lie readv for those sunny hay days. ave, all your equipment on hand and ready for We have all the items you will be need- pe, block and tackle, hay s]in^>, forks, hay carrier.-, pulleys. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg receive lithe hitfh score and Mrs. Joe Hing the low score prize. Garden Ix>ver» Party- Mrs. J. O. F. Price entertained >\ small group of garden lovers at a one o'clock luncheon at her home Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent discussing flowers and gardens. Birthday Club— Members of the Birthday dut) will honor Mrs Hazel Keen witi a pot-luck luncheon and house warming at her country home, Wednesday afternoon. Briilge will he the afternoon's diversion. ! t'tilfrc at Meyers— ! j The Queen Esther group <>f the i rhurrh nerved at a c onVo |..irty at the H. W. Meyi-r.-. home. Fii'lay morning. Coft'tre u-ih M-IAVI! iu annul 411 women. Mrs. Vau^lui Hiding is the li-nier of the s-'iou|.. I.IIIH In Ul]-|5ridl4f— ' Mr.i. H. B. White entertained at ,' one o'i'loi-k ium.heon 'iml bridge P'irty at her home. Thursday aftei on. ("uvei.i were laid for eight.; iJpulirate bridge was played. ! Picnic Supper— j Fifty members of the Men's club j of the Presbyterian church and j their wives met at the shelter ' The girls' sorority met at the Call State Park, Sunday morning, for an eight o'clock breakfast. HAY ROPE 1 ;;; HAY SLINGS . ,„.,.,,. 5Mc 2 rope slings $1.15 3 rope slings $1.65 3 tine Hay Forks $1.25 6 inch Rope Pulley 75c DOUBLE HARPOON FORKS $3.45 5 FOOT SLAT SLINGS ____________________ $5.95 Kohlhaas & Spilles 'CREEKS Window Screens Door Screens (Combination Si-recns All material for iny: or making i Raesly Lumber Co. Near .Milwaukee Depot Mel B. (Jriffin, M^r. Phone 2:M Ties Never Tire! Some folks may give Him worthless junk, Aaul if He'll tenn it all the bunk, But you'll find #e do not tell a lie When we say he ean use a Cheney Tie. HOW ABOUT A NEW PAIR OF Hl'SPENDEBS? AM) ALL MADE BY PAULS A NEW FELT OR STRAW HAT WOULD HIT THE SPOT RIGHT NOW Handkerchiefs are Handy! With it's the symbol and not the price And pure linen handkerchiefs really are nice They're mighty practical and easy to buy, For Dad's remembrance a Handkerchief trv. » C. S. Johnson Specials 2 Screens Doors and Wire (irass Rakes __59c • li'nbber Tired Lawn Mower __ r 9.89 " Ilei|-e Slieai'S 1.39 • Small I'rimin.u 1 Shears , 25c • <ira» Si.-kl..' , 33C • Harn Hay I {ope 200 ft. only 8.90 • |{o;.e Slinks , 85c 3 Cow Hobble* ._ 16c-23c • Kero>eiie < 'ans. 2 gallon 43c • (iai'baLiT <';ui, I a rye ,-ixe 1.49 • Hoti r l'rou' 4 hs. 2 f.-et lonji 66c • ChieU \Valerers.'! Ballon 55c 2 Soap < 'hips. •) His. 35c • NKVV BEKKY BOXES C. S. Johnson HARDWARE- (iROC'KlUES Shirts- Shorts, Practical! Sometimes Dad may appear prettv ^ruff And about his underwear run a bi^ Iduff. Howc'ver next Sunday would be a good time For sh irts or shorts—thus ends this rhyme. H How About His Shoes? A real good gift j s ji)i ft for the soul And Dad's comfort is our Sunday ^oal, And so we surest a truly great shoe,' Our Ci-o.-by Squares are all true-blue. WHY NOT A SUIT FROM THE FAMILY? In recent years, we have helped several families to join in giving (jnc present, a new suit for Father's i)ay. We'll be happy to show you through our laigc stock uiiil we'll get his size. Sunday June 19 Is Father's Day T us ASSIST YOU FATHER ZENDER'S Coupon, WiUi <Pu*h

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