The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1938
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The Algona TJppeffteSlfolies, Alfffaa, Iowa, If ov. 1,1§38 j* .- ^ ^ _ Vote For F. L. THORPE Republican Candidate (or Clerk of Court Kossuth County For First Term TUESDAT, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1-3 Continuous Daily from one o'clock Ultra smart comedy Constance Bennett Vincent Pric* Charlie Helen Brmlcrick in "SERVICE DELUXE" Thnrs.-Fri. Nov. 3-4 Saturday. Nov. 5 ...WITH MILK-MAIC\ on YOUR ARM ] her heart is in the clouds... but her mind is still oajke farm! WITH The WEAVER BROTHERS Ralph BYRD PINKY TOMLIN . Cninn WILLIAMS I Sun.-Mon, Nov. 6-7 Thanksgiving- Day Thursday, NOT. 24 Plus Latest March of Time New* ty/ores Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney of Afason dty, who recently returned from a Journey to Czechoslovakia, will be the guest speaker at the Algona hgih school auditorium, at a program sponsored by the Woman's Club, at 8 o'clock p. iru Friday, November 4. Mrs. Cerney has been to Central Europe four times during the past 12 years, and has seen the changes which have taken place. She left the U. S. July 22, and arrived in Mason City, September 29. Dr. Albert Benes, brother of Edward Benes, former president of Czechoslovakia, was on the "Batory" coming to America and Mrs. Cerney made his acquaintance. She will speak in costume. Mrs. Cerney brings up to the minute news of Czechoslovakia. She tells convincingly of a region seething with age-old hatreds, racial antipathies and economic jealousies. Crrsoo ST. * D. Club— The Cresco Mothers and Daugh ters club sponsored a basket socia nnd Hallowe'en party at the Sout' Cresco community house, SSturda; evening. October 29. There were 6 Lou Matern acted in attendance, as auctioneer. Numbers on the program were as follows: a song "When Mother Nature Sings her Lullaby", sung by Mrs. Gordot Worster: Shirley Worster recitec "That Fatal Word", and a two act play. "Who Made the Pie" was presented by eight school children; the recitation "Hallowe'en" was given by Stanley Worster; two violin selections were played by Joyce Potter, accompanied by Harriett Keith at the piano; Vida May Lind- lorst presented a song and dance number. "The Bogeyman"; Mrs. j Alma Potter and Mrs. Scott Moore ! presented a one act play "A Woman Always Knows" which was followed by a recitation "I Am a Good Boy" by Leslie Wildin. a one act play, "Harmless Gossip" by Mrs. Douglas Wildin. and Mrs. Gordon Worster; a song "You Are the Only Star" by Mrs. Gordon Worster. and a recitation "Good Night Hallowee'n" by Vida May Lindhorst. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Miller. Wednesday, Nov. 2, with Mrs. Scott Moore assisting. Afternoon Tea— Mrs. A. L. Brown, wife of the county agent, was hostess Saturday afternoon at a. tea given for Mrs. Ruth Seaton Hicks, new home demonstration agent for Kossuth county. Attending were club leaders and their assistants and committee members. Decorations were carried out with yellow chrysanthemums and tapers. Mrs. Ray Miller of Titonka, county chairman, poured. Patrolman Meyers of Mason City talked on safety, and how the clubs could use the safety theme. Mrs. Hicks explained the year's work, nnd her plans for the year. Monday evening county 4-H chairman. Mrs. Ray MiUer, Titonka, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, county chairman of the women's organization, Mrs. Ruth Hicks, H. D. A., and Mrs. A. L. Brown served an oyster supper at the Heetland farm home near Lakota following a board meeting of the Kossuth county farm bureau. Farewell Dinner— Lawrence Findley entertained at a 6:30 dinner and farewell"party, Tuesday evening, honoring Dave Phillips, at the Anderson country home. Other guests were Clyde Ridenour, Ross Cutler, J. H. LittreU and L. M. Wilson. W. C. T. U. Meeting— The annual evening meeting of the Algona W. C. T. U will be held at the Methodist church, Wednesday evening, November 2. A 6:45 covered dish supper will be served, followed *y a program. George EI- bert will show moving pictures, "Through Africa on Wheels." The high school quartet consisting of Joe Ellen Irelan, Ellen Johnson, Merle Pratt, and Donald Johnson will sing " 'Tis the Evening's Holy Hour" by Beethoven and "The King of Love My Shepherd Is" by H. R. Shelly. Mrs. J. C. Skow of Wesley, who attended the state convention held at Oskaloosa will give a report on that meeting. Anyone interested is welcome to participate. Bel Canto Guest Night— I The Bel Canto Music club spon-1 sored their third annual guest nigh Monday evening at the Hotel Al ..ona. The members entertaine< Jieir husbands at a seven o'clock liriner followed by a program, which 'eatured Rev. Robert McDanel o Spirit Lake, who sang and lectured Mrs. E. V. Pierce was chairman ol he program committee and Mrs. J '*. Bonar was chairman of the dec- ration and social committees. Vio- in selections were played by Mrs Agnes Vohs of West Bend'and the Bel Canto chorus rendered several lumbers. Family Dinner— A family dinner was given Wednesday evening in honor of J. A. Brownell. who passed his 76th birthday, Wednesday. Mr. Brownell, pioneer Algona business man, also completed 45 years in business in Algona. In his youth he traveled through Wisconsin and adjacent states selling rubber and leather footwear. When he came to AJgona he purchased the business interest of the late William Cordingley, then leading shoe merchant Mr. Brow- neli takes a keen interest in civfc affairs and his son, Roy, is assisting in management of the store., Party at Dan's— Evelyn Dau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, entertained Phyllis Walker, Lavonne Wolcott, Sarah Phillips, Florence Phillips, Jean Thorpe, Marilyn Keen, Ruth Ann Clement, Arlene Bast, Phyllis Crawford, Frances Brown, and Barbara Harvey at a Hallowe'en party on Saturday evening. The guests arrived in costume. Jean Thorpe and Sarah Phillips won the prizes at games. Hallowe'en favors and decorations were used, and a light lun- eon served. ON DISPLAY FRIDAY, OCT. 4TH The B 01(11 QUALITY GROUP for 1939 Two New Ford Cars Two New Ford Trucks The New Mercury 8 An Entirely New Ford - built car in the lower medium -price field. ALL CARS WITH NEW HYDRAULIC BRAKES You Are Cordiually invited to see this quality line at our premier showing. KENT MOTOR CO, Sales FORD Service S. a S. a Clasg Parly— Tne 8. 8, S. & class of the Congregational Sunday School met for a party in the M. J. Pool recreation room last week Tuesday evening. Barbara Fool, Mary Lee Nugent, Vivian Crapser and Neva, Colberg were members of the committee in charge. The occasion was a hard time party and guest night Mrs. Lee Reed was the guest of honor, having been their former teacher. Mrs. E. W. Hanson is teacher at the present time. Literary Society— The Plum Creek Literary society held a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. J. A. Johnson. Roll call and a part of the program were combined. The inquiring reporter was Mrs. Harvey Jergenson, who questioned the twenty-three members and five guests present. Mrs. U>uiS McWhorter gave a paper, •Mother Revolts." The next meet- ng will be on Wednesday of this week with Mrs. R. H. Skilling as hostess. Xallowe'en Party- Bill Dau, Jr., entertained at a Hallowe'en party at the home of his >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dau, Monday evening. The evening was pent at stunts and playing Hal- owe'en games. Guests were Larry Cooper, Dean Olson, Richard Maths, Louis Gade, Robert Gade, Wayne Vill. Harold Carr, Billy Allen, Merill Walker, Bobby Butts and Roger lagle. S. S. Class Party- Mrs. A. El Grooters entertained her Methodist Sunday School class of junior and sophomore high school girls at a 6:30 rot luck dinner at her home, Friday evening. There were sixteen girls present, who spent the evening playing chlnkef-check. Shirley Stephenson, Katherine Palmer and Helen Johnson were the prize winners. Thank You! EXPENSIVE. Exclusive! Below we are proud to list some of the sparkling, fresh, new merchandise to be found exclusively at this store. Here you will find names that represent quality throughout the entire nation, brought to Algona and your doorstep at prices that will meet with your approval. 1 'Belle Sharmeer" Specialy Proportioned Hosiery "Kayser" Underwear, Gloves and Hosiery "Form-Fit" Foundation Garments Dessert Club- Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained :he members of the Dessert club at ler home for a one o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon. Mrs. John Storm was a guest Mrs. Leon Merritt won the high bridge score, Mrs. i-red Geigel the travel prize, and he consolation prize went to Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Dinner Party— Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertain- d the girls employed at the Chris- nilles store at a 6:30 dinner, Wed- lesday evening at her home. Cov- rs were laid for 12. The evening was spent playing chinker-check. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill and Mario ^mesbury won the prizes. "Raymor" and "MEEKER" BAGS "Mother Love" Infants' Wear "Patricia" and "MARTHA MAID" Lingerie STERLING, KRAGSHIRE AND HIRSHMAUR COATS "Gay Gibson" "Debutante" "JaneArden" "Levine" FROCKS "University" "Brucewood" "Georgianna" "Nellie Don" Also Complete Lines of MILLINERY AND WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR Christensen Bros. Co. POLITICAL TRUTHS L,. •!• Dickinson Voted for the AAA. His opponent Guy Gillette, did not! Opposed change in Supreme Court His opponent introduced three bills to cripple the Court! Dickinson opposes extravagance. His opponent voted for 1-4 billion dollars added to your tax burden. VOTE FOR DICKINSON! George A. Wilson Fathered the Homestead Bill. Has a record for the people. A member of joint committee from House and Senate that wrote Moratorium Statutes and favored them. His opponent, the present governor, has increased state taxes two-fold; has increased number of state employees from 3,000 under Turner to over 8700 Democrats now. VOTE FOR WILSON AND REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET Kossuth County Three present county officers are running for FOURTH terms—either for themselves or in the family. It's time for a change. Representative Kohlhaas voted against the Homestead Exemption bill-only 5 voted against it and he was one of them. Republican supervisors wll return ec- , onomy to the court house. VOTE REPUBLICAN E°I SENATOR - For STATE - For COUNTY Bepublican County Central Gon*ntttee-B. 1. Harrington, Chalnum ***

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