The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 6, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa, Sept. 6, 1938 Gofrfoft Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chrlsehllles observed their 60th wedding an- 1 nlV«fs*iy at their home, Monday They were united at Lansing, Iowa. In 1888. Mr. Chrischttles became Interested in business at the Chrls- chllles itore 44 years ago, the store having been here since 1870 and founded by his father. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. ChrischlHes entertained at a six o'clock dniner at their home, Sunday evening honoring the former's parents, Mr. and Mr*. S. T. Ghrischilles on their golden wedding anniversary. The table was laid with a white lace cloth over gold, with a gold flower bowl filled with white flowers and gold candle sticks as a centerpiece. Gold leaves were scattered over the entire table. A boutonniere or corsage was placed nt each plate. Guests were Mrs. Mable Kerndt and son, Robert of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nielander of Spring Valley. Minn., and Mrs. Sallle Kranz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg, and Ted, Jack and Julian Chrischilles of Algona. 'The gold flower bowl and candle sticks were gifts to the honoreea. Ted, Jack and Julian played musical selections on the piano, violin and clarinet. An e.venlng of visiting •was enjoyed. Birthday Party- Rosalie Halpln entertained 20 little guests at a party honoring her ninth birthday last week Saturday. Rosalie's ,Bister, Mary Ellen and Mary JBhe Neville entertained the little folk at games. Mrs. Tom Halpln served an out of door luncheon. Guests present were Bonnie Durnln, Ann Stlllman, Marjorie T>ewel, Dorothy Nichols. Laura Ann Neville, Betty Jean Pratt. Catherine Gormann, Ruth Ann Burns. Mar- Ha Setchell, Beverly Beatty and puest. Shirley Helberg and gup^t, Lois Clawson, Mary Lou Clawson. Handkerchief Shower— Mrs. Vic Lowe was the honoqe" nt n handkerchief shower last \vor-k Tuesday evening. Hostesses wcrr Mrs. W. ,L. Jensen. Mrs. Rnymnri'l McCorkle. nml Mrs. Harry M •- Corklc. A seven o'olork dinner \\-.\r, served nt Cook's Tavern, foHrm-r^l by bridge at the Ray Mr(~v>rUi.. home. Mrs. R. n. Waller received the high score prize. Honored on ntrthdny— Mrs. Nyle Latch entertain.™! at an evening party nt her homo, Friday evening honoring her husband oit his birthday anniversary. T\vo tables of bridge were played u-jih B. T. Agard winning the men's hinh scores prize, and Mrs. \V c. Ir.-lan winning the women's hich score prize. Picnic Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bihop. Mr and Mrs. O. B. Laing. Mr. and Mr". John McDowell. Mrs. Minnie I.ont; nnd Mrs. A. E. Michel and her hon-..guest, Ruth IVrryman enjoyed a picnic supper at the Call .«tate' park. Sunday evening. O. E. S.— ~"~ The Order of the Eastern Star will meet this evening (Tuesday i ;it I th« Masonic Temple «t eight o'clock for the first meeting following the summer vacation. White Rose Wins City K-Ball Title With Del Pfimnu'reniiii; Imri!- ctltflng Hi. 1 ) hitters in « 'A'l.ite K«sr Mipcers IIC'T.: fil't' >-i: 1'on .Johnson's slants. White P.'i.ic won the D-ball chnmpii'.nshiu 'llmrxlay night taking the play off Bailie H to 3. Since both teams had each previously taken two f/.iniei from the other the game was the pay-off as well as the play-off nnd the Oilmen took it decisively. For Hub Clothiers, winners of the kitten- ball tournament at LuVern'?, it should be added that their llrehall ace, Don Johnson, wan't right from the start, and with the Oilmen taking a toe hold at the plate the outcome was not long In doubt. Ne" er teani scored In the first two innings but Wittkopf, ahortitop, lined out a triple, and Pommarenlng set down the first nix Clothiers In order, retiring the first three on three pitched bulls a« a tip-oft on what was coming- in the third White Rose filled th* basea and Art Jenson came through with a home run, driving in the winning tallies. The Clothiers tried to rally in the closing innings scoring a run in tin sixth and two more in the seventh but did not threaten seriously as the bats of Brutia. Schi-ckli-r and Am.ui were spiked. It is believed that receipts from three games during the scanm a; which admission was charged «'i!i dtover llizlit bill ami other i-\|n:i-' . were paid by the teams tlieiiischv-- Postpone Regular Legion Meeting Because of conflict with the opining of the Kossuth county fair the regular monthly meeting of H:»Ki7 American Legion post which ua* ti: be held tonight (Tuesday h.i> been postponed until next Tin.-sd.iy. September 13. The meeting wil!| open at § p. m. Next Tuesdays meeting will !»• the flr»t since the summer poatpon '- ment and election of officers will constituto part of the busim-*-* to fou | handled. Present officers .ire: Or. L. ('. Nugent, commander. 1'r. V. P. E. Burgess. chapLiiu at-.d a.-tnitf adjutant; E. A. Srhemel. finance officer; J. D. Lowe, first vice commander; W. A. Lorenz, .second vice commander, and Glen Uaney. historian. Birthday Club— Mrs. Million Norton entertained members of the Birthday club honoring the birthday of Mrs. Emily Spencer, Friday evening. Covers were laid for eight at a seven o'clock dinner. Mrs. D. D. Paxson received the high score prize at bridge. Delphian Society'Meeting— Mrs.'H. L. Gilmore entertained the committee members of the Delphian society at her home, Monday afternoon. The committee made plans for the work for the coming year. Beta Sigma Phi— ~ The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will meet next week Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Knudscn for a regular business session. UNION TW. PEOPLE GET NEW FARMS Union: Fred Davis has rented the Sim Leigh farm for next year. Fred was employed on the Chester Bailey farm for the past two years end will / start «r *« himself. Mrs. Davis was Beulah Campney, daughter of O. A. Campney. who farms on the old Byson place. Donald Gardner will move from Wallburgs farm to his father's farm in Plum Creek, which will be vacated March 1st, when his parents will take possession of the C. D. Ward farm in Union which they recently purchased. N. J. Krleps shelled 6.000 bushels of corn this past week. Rachael Gisch and Joan Bode are beginners at St. Cecelia's Academy in Algona. They started on Monday. Mrs. Walter Heerdt was under the weather with bronchial trouble thi? past week. It is a new phase of the summer flu. Dorothy Alt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt, and a high school graduate of last year, is attending a business college at Des Moines. The calendar committee which Is making out the Mother and Daughters club books for the year 1938-3!) met with Mary Sarchet last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs were dinner guests last Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson of Algona. The men enjoyed a round of golf In the afternoon. Delos Gardner and Mrs. Chester Bailey were notified last week on Friday of the illness of their mother, Mrs. Eva Gardner at the home of_a daughter. Mrs. Hugh Rancy, near Irvington. IRVINGTON YOUNG PEOPLE RE-ENTER SCHOOLS, COLLEGE Irvington: Irvington young people are again trekking back to their various schools and colleges. Paul Black, law student, will again return to Iowa City, where his sister Mary, is enrolled as a student taking nurses' training. The Misses Evelyn Black and Lucille Calhoun will enter the State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Hal Shilling motored to Livermore Friday evening taking his daughter. Marguerite who will go via train from there to Onawn. Miss Roberta Skilling will leave Monday for Ashton. where she will again he engaged as pub- lie school music Instructor. Miss Dorothy Mawdsley will enter Drake for a commercial course and Donald FrankI will return to Trinity Col leg* at Sioux City. About 18 rural students will enroll in the Algona high school i-i.s fall from Irvington township. Among those from this community attending are Phyllis Maxwell. Shirley Roney. Dorothy Leigh, Kenneth Asa, Philip Halsrud, Adelle Lemke and Robert Geigel. Silo rilling started in full force last week, and owing to the "above average" length of the corn this season, there will be plenty of manual labor for those thus engaged. Mrs. Slvester Stizman nnd baby of Klngsley were last week guests at the John Erpelding home. Mr«. Stizman is better known here as the former Blandlna Krpoldins. eld er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding. - M ST. JOE NEWS Mr. nnd Mrs Theodore Hllbcrt returned home after n two weeks' honeymoon trip. Richard Thul, who attends a business college at DCS Moines spimt the week end with home folks. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hilbert nnd family of Corwith were Sunday dinner guests nt the Tom Becker home. Mrs. Nick Zeimet and children of I Milestone. Montana, returned home! after n visit with relatives and friends here. ; Richard and Amanda Thul. Ambrose Wlnschtn and Helen Homan were Sunday dinner guests at the Eugene Thul homr nl Ottosen. Isabella Kruccher returned to Rochester. Minn., where she is em- ployed in a cafe, after visiting-with relatives and flrends here the ptMt week. ' MI Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilgea arc enjoying a two weeks vacation with relatives in South Dakota. They plan on attending the Minnesota state fair before returning home. Notice to Bond Buyers The Board of Directors of the Independent School District of Wealey. in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, will offer for sale at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 16th day of September, 1938, at The Kunz Grain Company office, Wesley, Iowa, Twelve Thousand Seven Hundred <S12.700> School Building Bonds of said School District. Bonds nnd attorney's opinion will be furnished by the School District. FRED A. DIEKMANN. "fi-37 Soc'y, Board of Directors. MAKE A MOTE to join our ROLLINS HOSIERY CLUB Kre»en»ky'« THE AVERAGE MOVIE-GOER SPEAKS HIS MIND.. I . TS HARD for a fellow like me who thinks apple pie is one of nature's greatest gifts to man to believe that there are folks who honestly don't like it at alL On the other hand, I can't abide liver and bacon — though I know if s highly regarded by many. ; We all have our likes and our dislikes. We're all different— thanks be! A dull world it would be if we [weren't. That's why I say that the most remarkable thing' •bout motion pictures is that they hit such a high aver* Age of pleasure-giving. Take any individual picture an'd you'll find that most /people who see k will get a lot of enjoyment out of it. Not all, naturally. For example, I think a. certain star Is tops — while, to hear the way my next-door neighbor j goes on about her, you'd think she wasn't good enough i to be an "extra". Or my wife sees a picture during the afternoon and f •* raves about it at dinner. Maybe son and I take it in that evening — and come home feeling that Mother is losing ifier judgment. And there you are. It's the apple pic situa- jtion ail over again. / But, taking them all together, I figure that the "movies" give more pleasure to more people at a lot less cost than most anything the mind of man was ever re- BponsiMe for — and have done the human race more Downright good than all the medicines concocted since creation. ^ And HI say this: The times when I've been disap- in a. picture have been a lot fewer than the other when I've gone to see one I wasn't especially ex- Cited about in advance and been mighty glad I did. , Sure, I criticize the pictures. I pay my money and {feat's mjr right. As a matter of fact, I kind of figure that "fc It's the crMcirm of average folks like me that's largely responsible for the pictures getting better and better r.ll tas tir.?. * * * * Through the the motion picture has given its public c:r_int'.-j hours of entertainment, countless hours o" escape from harsh reality. It has taken millions away from trouble and sorrow, lightening their burdens and brig!:tuning their lives... making the world a, better, happier place to live in. It has grown —from "cowboys and Indians" to dramatizations of the works of the world's greatest | authors ... from temperamental flickers to technical perfection.. .from infancy to an intelligent maturity. To provide the finest array of productions ever released the Motion Picture Industry has mobilized all its skill, all its imagination, all its resources to provide the greatest array of productions ever released. Great stories splendidly produced ... love-filled romance, stirring drama, gay adventure, hilarious comedy, tuneful musicals — star-studded casts filled with your favorites and new faces, new talents, for which the world has been searched. One after another these great pictures are coming to your favorite theatre. Entertainment, relaxation, freedom from care are yours in overflowing measure, brought to you by the supreme efforts of the Motion Picture Industry to make this fail season one you will never forgot, Make Call and Iowa Theatres Your Movie Quiz Headquarters This Ad Paici For By Call and Iowa Theatres, Algona Iowa '250,000.00 5,4O4 CASH PRIZES LIST OF 1st Prize .. .$50,000 2nd Prize. . . 25,000 2 of $10,000 eact, 20,000 5 of $5,000 each, 25,000 5 of $2,000 each, 10,000 PRIZE8I 10 of $1,000 each, $10,000 40ef $500each . 20,000 40 of $250 each . 10,000 300ef$100each. 30,000 5,000 of $10 each, 50,000 5,404 TOTAL $250^000 FREE! FREE! AT YOUR FAVORITE THEATRE I Hurry I Hurry I Beautiful 32-Page Book For a limited Tim* Only I FREE—roar copr of .(hi* 32-Pwa Hon« Quil Count Booklet u root fxariu theatre—coouinicomplcMi m<ocm«tioa (boat «h« |2JO.OOO Moria Quii Cub Pnw Coau« PLUSiiU dw MW< of foahcoailrrcliu-^kcutet of yourU»oriu luu-*—«conlcweouy blmaic.Jutuk foTE—ITsERff • oo your ww> to one of ittc 9,404 cub pm«< tooliot 12}O.OOo7C —j._ ---ouflocjlittatte. Watch for these new season's pictures at your favorite theatre: LITTLE MISS BBOADWAY Shirley Temple, Gcurge Murphy MOTH EH CAREY'S CHICKENS Auae Shidey, Ruby Keelcr. Juua EOaoa PROFESSOU BEWARE [ Harold Uoyd. Pbylli. Welch THE AMAZING OK. CUTTERHOUS* Edward C. RobkauD, Claire Trevor THE CUASEK | Dennis U'Kude. Ana Morrim. Lewi. Stool BAREFOOT BOY I Jackie Mutan, Marcia Mae Janet ALGIERS Clurlui boyct. Italy LaManr. S«iid Curia BULLDOG LIUUHMONU IN AFRICA Jolm Howard, ilcaUw Angel, H. li. Waiuer GATEWAY IXui Amcchc. Arlccn Whclaa I'M FROM THE CITY i Juv PoiLuer, Ricliard Laue. Lofraioc Krucger • LETTER OF INTRODUCTION Adulpbc Mczijou. Aodrca Leeds. Edgar Bcrgcn TICK CBOWU ROARS Kubert Taylur, Maureen (/Sullivan UK. CUUM1> Johnny Davia. Luia Lane, Penny ^t^»n KEEP SMIUPiC Jane Witou«, Gloria Stuart PAINTED UESEHT George O'liricn, F -,-"^ipy Jolinaon BICI1 MAN—FOOK Gilt I. KoLcrt Young. Lew Ayrt*. Kuth Hucaey THE MISSING GUEST Paul Kelly, Coouance Moors THE TEXANS Joan Bennett, P»«A-rfp*' ^co BACKET BUSTERS i Humphrey liogart. Gorge Brent THE GLADIATOR • Joe E. Brown, June Travia ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND I TyroQe'Power. Alice Faye, Don A"rn*t BLOCK-HEADS Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy C1VE ME A SAILOR KLutca Kaye. Bob Hope, Betty Gnfcte SMASHING THE RACKET'S . tutsitr, FranctsMcrccr. BREAKING THE ICE Bobby brccn, Qurka Kuggie* IMItK UAITtJHE' African Jungle Feature MA11IE ANTOINETTE • Noriua Shuuru", Tyruiu: l j ower SI'AA'N OF THE NORTH (Jcurge Kufl, Iltury l-'otHli. Uurotiry Lamour Sl'KKI) TO UIU.N Midutl Whalcn, Lynn Bar! BOY MEETS CIltL Jamcn Cagncy, I'at (J'Bricn, Marie Wikon UNUEIt THE BIG TOf Anno Nagd, Marjoriu Main, Grant Richard* CAiiEFREE FicJ Asuure. Ginger Roger* FolirS A CKOWD Etiul r-'lynn, Ouvia du Havilland FKHSmfAN YEAR Dine Dunbar, William Lundigan I AM THE LAW EdwardG.KoUiisorUohn Beat, Weo*yB«iii» MY LUCKY STAR Sonja Henic. Kicliard Greco* •ING YOU SINNEUS I-luig Croiby, Fred MacMuray. EUen Dm T1IKEE LOVES HAS NANCY Janet Gaynor, Robert Mont^jcuury BOYd TOWN Sjicnax Tracy, Mkfcey Roooey IN OLD MEXICO Vi ilium BoyU. Kuueli Haydes, George Hayo SAFKTY IN NliMUtKS Tlie Jutie* r; anuly, Jed I'luuty, Shirley Dcano THE AFFAIHS OK ANNABEL Jjck Uikic. Lucille llall THE COMET • >«- Wiu. GiiiEun, Joy HoJ^Ci, AoJy Devino SF.CUETS Of AN ACTRESS K.iy traociii, Gtcugu l.trent, Ian Hunter THE LADY OBJECTS l^iniiy Kues, (jlctia Stuart JUVK.MLK COURT 1'aul KcUy, Kiu liayworth, Frauluc Dane 1101 u TII\T r.o-ti> Jului BafrycKJie, George Cjtorge U'Hrica, KiLa Ha SONS OF THE LEGION Lyane Overman, Evdyn Kcyu* THE ROAD TO lit\(> Kaudoluh Scott. Jlu|* Ilaruploo TOO HOT TO HANDLE Clark GaUc. Myroa Loy, WaJtcr ConnoOy VALLEY OF THE GIANTS Clurlia BkUord, Claiie Trevor, Jack LOtaf OR I'M S baUi, liaymoeui Maacy. Valerie Hufatui CAMI-US CONFESSIONS Honk Luin:tti, Hetty GraUti Frr;rnvES FOR A NIGHT i tank Aitiertion. Eleanor Lyna LISTEN DARLING 1'iLdUte Lkirtiioloiiiew, Judy Garland THE LAST EXPUESS < Ktnl Taylor. Duiuihea Kent, Barbara Head TIME OUT F011 MliliUEU Oluiia bluart. Mkh:icl Wlulcn FOl H DAUClirtKS r C laurlt KOUUJ, V'r.auUj, U,j>.i.iary, Loto Lac* WANTED BY THE J'OUCS i";.;iJiit; Darro CIK1.S' SCHOOL '! - Anne Sliulty. Nan Grey KIN<: OF AUUTUAZ i,.ul I'aixick, Lloj'J Nolan. J. Carrol Ntkh Ml!. WUJNC. DfcTtirnVE • iloru Ei/luff YOU CANT TAKE IT W1TU YOU Juun Arthur, Lioticl iiiyryiuvjce BOOM aER>ICE TU: Mart UroUKlK Lucille BaD ST'VBLEMATES \> i'lace Uccry, Mickey lioouey SI 1:.MAI11NE PAIliOL i :^...i: JCruMli. 1 . Naiu:> Kt:] ! y, George Bancroft YOL III TAKES A *i.I,NG And.'i.a L4.xda. Joel McCrca, Dutotuca *"*t TAw *it*rtifi*g u ifrmiortd ty <*• hading Motion PicHtrt Exhibitors, Distributers atui Pfaductn of the United States uiul CuaaJa. Year opinions, criticisuu or _ unwb appreciated. Kindly address them to Motion Picture luduitry Campaign, P. O. Box 4iO, CaterjJ Post Office, New York City. about inotimi MOTION PICTURES ARE YOUR BEST ENTERTAINMENT

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