The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1938
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The Algona ITpp^ PM MMnea, Alfeona, Iowa, Kov. 15,1938 ROY BRAVEHDER, SWEA OTC. WEDS Swea City: Bewrtlfnl is ft gwwe i ^Ixlle COStume VeJVrt. JTttKftitft UivW*k 6f .EIsiibBrvilfe becBxse ilw Wride of Roy E. Brsrender of Swea •City Sunday at 18:30 p. a. ww Mrs. Bravender is * C. Brown, wtiU know grrwms » tte sets «C ttr* tat* Ke«r A. Sire* CSty cScthler. *H» was perJormed by ta* tbe fisQwreiBe t*r«*sr- > tersaa phtrrch at the Brown home pi esMsiice of the JmEtt^QiaHfr and a flew close friends. At- tvnttants were Xftvonne Brown, sis- Ap- tsr of the bride and pteqtiist of C3ty. Following the cereinoay a wedding dtoner was served at the Gsrdstcm hotel. To The Voters of Algona and Kossuth County THANK TOTJ K1NUL.T FOR THE SPLENDID VOTE YOU GAVE ME IN THE LAST ELECTION. Katharine McEvoy CLERK OF THE WE MACHINELESS WAVES f 3.5O And Those Are Zotos • Style-Rite Beauty Work • Quality Workmanship • Economy in Prices '• faxr and Square Dealing 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE BY BOTH OPERATORS Morrison Beauty Shop Fhow 878 — Algona, Iowa Ltvyd Robinson LJord Rf Unison, local representative of the Bankers Life Insurance Co_ and Miss Borghild Haukland, were married last Wednesday morning, according to word received here by frietids. Mrs. Robinson graduated from high school to Norway, and received her B. A. from Morningside college. She continued her education in Europe and has an M. A. from the University of Wisconsin. She has been head of the English department at the Manchester bigfa school and the wedding ceremony was performed in Manchester. After a short wedding trip they win be at home to Algona where Mr. Robinson has rented the Het- muth Hnenhold house at the corner society held fta annual pratee service, TTnirsday afternoon. Following the program a covered dish supper •WTO be served. All women interested are invited to attend. Mnj. L. W. Cffl- lespie, president, wffl be in charge. The Delphian awehrty wffl meet with Mrs, J, I*. Bonar this afternoon (Tuesday). The dub meets -at two o'clock. The topic for tin tetton t* "Budgeting for Tttmorrwif- Safety or Ola Age Pension" by Mrs. J. L. Bonn-. The Ontejfary class of th» of Elm and North Phillips streets. Methodist church will meet for a - •._ i 6:30 covered dish sapper Tuesday evening (tonight). Mrs. Leon Merritt and Mrs. A. A. Bishop are In charge of the meeting. Tue».-W«L, Nov. 15-16 Daily from 1 o'clock Special— Tb.nrs.-FrL, Jim. 17-18 Daily matinee 2 p. m. « IOWA GOMES OP AGE" Thrilling sound motion picture by the Iowa State Conservation See IOTO ^T-ittfijWri of the state represented. Rics Tuttle says: "Tops, Inspiring, Educational." Harold Thomas says: "Exceptional" Plus Bob Hope Shh-le-y Ross. in "THANKS FOE THE MEMORY" ERROL FLYNN BETTE DAVIS •WfTH technicoloi^NITA LOUISE plus AN HUNTER Spitalnr'ti DONALD CRISP Band 3EULAH BONDI Sunday-Monday, Nov. 2O-21 Two Class A Attractions On this program Bobby Breen Dick Powell Olivia DttHuviuuid in in "BREAKING THE ICE" "HARD TO GET" Shakespeare Crabu— The Junior Shakespeare club, composed of eighth grade boys and girls met for a covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Saturday evening. Mrs. Genrich is the lender. An election of officers was held. Jahue Hardgrove was elected president: Douglas Brown, vice president; Meredith Raney, secretary. The club meets every two weeks. Saturday morning the 5th and Bth grade group. The Mid- I summer Night Dreamers win meet with Mrs. Genrich. and Saturday evening the seventh grade group will meet for a 6:30 covered, dish supper and election of officers. These are the first meetings for the clubs. They are using IS. Nes- ! bitt's "Beautiful Stories from Shake- J speare." Party for Aaito— j Don White and Audra Ben ton j were host and hostess at a seven ' o'clock dinner and bridge party at' the Anderson country home. FYiday j evening, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Cliff | Aalfs of Sioux City. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White. Mrs. H. B. White won the high score prize for ladies at contract, and the men's high prize was won by the bonoree. Cliff Aalfs. P. E.O.— Chapter BW of the P. 5 O. wUl gather for a business meeting at the home of Mrs. T. H. Chrtschllles Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. G. W. StilJman win give a paper on "Folk Songs and Ballads." Deavert On!*— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained her dessert club members at her home, Friday afternoon, at two tables. Mrs. Fred Paris won the high prise. LOCALS C3nb— The Breakfast club members net with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart Sunday morning, and following the breakfast attended morning church services. r<wKNuptial Mrs. Elmer Dobbins, who was Eleanor Jacobson before her recent marriage, was the honoree at a miscellaneous post-nuptial shower at the home of Mrs. Bert Galbraith, Friday evening. Other hostesses were Mrs. William Finn, Ellen Carlson, and Bridget Gaffney. Mrs. Dobbins was recipientt>f lovely gifts from the 30 guests. Kathleen Evans received the high prize at chinker- check. A light luncheon was served. Irving-ton School Program— A program will be given by the pupils of Irvington district school No. 3 at 8 p. m. Friday, Nov. 18. The younger children of the school will present Mother Goose play- let and the older pupils will put on a reenactment of historical incidents. A pie social will be held also 11 lunch win he fcervad. Mua Pauline Black is teacher of the school. Book Club— Mrs. H. E. Woodward entertained the members of the Book club at a 6:30 duck 'dinner at her home at Whittemore, Friday evening. The guests were Mrs. Howard French of Titonka. Mrs. H. M. Potter, Mrs. D. D. Paxson. and Mrs. Marguerite Kencfick of Algona. New books were discussed. Contract Club— Mrs. Leon Merritt entertained the members of her contract bridge club, Wednesday afternoon. A dessert was served, and the eight members of the club spent the remainder of the afternoon at cards. No prizes are given but the scores are kept until the close of the year. PTAWffl Hold Open Meeting Swea City: The Parent-Teachers association has extended an invitation to all the people of this community to hear an address given by Harry R. Reasoner, Minneapolis at the high school auditorium Thursday afternoon. Music will be given by the high school band and a short business meeting will be held. A piano solo will be given by Mrs. Cecil Griffith and songs by the girls' glee club. Bob Haglund came up from the veterans' camp near Ottumwa on Tuesday for a visit with home folks and to get in on pheasant hunting. "The Campus Quarantine" a comedy, will be presented by the junior class of the Swea City high school Nov. 18 and IB, at-the high school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kessler of Radcliffe were dinner guests Sunday nt the Charles Kessler home. The two men are brothers. Miss Laureen Kessler. daughter of Albert. Kessler, and who is teaching; in the Grant consolidated school, spent Sunday at the Chas. Keslcr and Klfreda Leland homes. new living at Havana, ID., toeesme parents of a baby boy, Donald Roy, on November 3rd. Mr. tamd Is « stm of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamd, wen known Algone, residents. MrMid Mr*, i, W. QpiJMi Sparta, Wis« and son. Joseph oT I*- Crosfte were week end visitors at tfte home of Mr. and Mrs, R. B, Waller. The former are parents, and a brother, of Mrs. Waller. Bfr. md Itfta. Kvwrt and a Mr. and Mrs. Ratt of Shenftn- doah were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Kent. The Ranchers are former Algma residents, and Mr. Handier was manager of the local telephone of* fica. Mr. aw) Mrs. K. A. Vntmer and son. Dean and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. McDowell and daughter, Jean of Waterloo were week end guests at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell. Mrs. VHtmer is a sister and G. D. McDowell a brother of John McDcweU. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Han of Port Dodge stopped in Algona last Friday to renew old acquaintances. He at one time lined on the old D. A. Haggard farm near Irvington when his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rail, were renting it The Halls were enroute to E3more to visit his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Idvington returned Friday after two weeks in the east on a business and pleasure trip. They visited Hotyoke, Mass., Rochester. N. T., New Tork City, Washington, D. C., Pittsburgh and other points of interest. Mr. Livingston is salesmanager for the Norton Machine Works. The W. H. M. R of the Mefiiodtet church will hold a district meeting at LuVerne, Wednesday, Nov. 16. All those wishing transportation, please can Mrs. S. W. Meyer. The Bead Tlie "Want Ads—It Pay* Mince Pies Spicy and juicy with just the right flavor to the home made mince meat. Order one today for your dinner. WILSON BAKERY Phone 48 Wlwitlnjf WHI Thnrsdiw of this wwsfc «th* horn* «f Mm TO*. SfceMte *t two o'clock. Mrs. XfeRMM MTIw snd Mrs. L. J. Mttfmg wm be In «f »r. and H*s. A, SIFW-- tonik, Mttstittwsd it scrrecnn ^ opwation at St Joseph's hospital In I Sioux tSty ttti^'wewk, where her dunjthter. Lavontie. is a registered nurse. Mrs, White, who has bwrrt in charge of the Maniihi Thnes since the death of her husband a few years ago, to reported to be in a Mr. an« Mrs. E. M. Howard and daughter, fladlne, left Monday afternoon for Des Moines after a few days' -visit at the Will Bourne home Sad with other friends. From Des MMries they wm goto Fresno, Calif., where they will visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Howard. The Howard families are former Algonians. Mrs. R M. Howard will be remembered as Florence Patterson. The past year they have been living at Lake Charles, La_ but plan now to make their home tn California. GO TO ¥OtTE- New hats,go up and pejrch idier atop yotir heiad. We'fe hundreds of pfll^oxeS, tricornes and turbans to choose from Alsft JWPIt- ons and snap brims. Grape wine, rust, green, teal blue, black, brown and fuchsia. $1.95 Up The ELITE CHRISTENSEN BROS. Calling All THRIFTY SHOPPERS To a GREAT £ W. F. M. Mrs. F. L. Tribon entertained the Methodist Woman's Foreign i Missionary society at her home on | Thursday afternoon. Assisting host- j esses were Mrs, W. A. Foster, Mrs. A. Hutchison, Mrs. Keene, and Mrs. I Frank Thorpe. The program consisted of a play. A It i i*il in tin* Pan! And il^-ri.-^ 11,, Letter bird than iln- Thauksiriviuir rurkt-y, cooked in t ,u.- <,f ,,ur enamel Link roasters. They come in sev- t-rul size.s and in blue luottled ur ivory enamel. 75e io K5.H5 Kitchen Aids Wt carry ail the IJUU.H and utetiaiii> sary to e:usy ijri'puruiiujj ui your Th giving dumur. Buy thuui today. St-t of Tbret Piece Himdic Diiib Panus—OWoug Coffee Percolators Teakettles—7 quart Stcp-oc-it Kitchen Enamelware in Your Choice of White or Ivory 95c 5 Purpoae Doublt Cooker Steamer and Cooker French Fryers with Wire Baskets each Z Piece Refrigerator Seta MANY OTHEJi ITEMS IK TfTfii. ASSOKTMEKT Blue, Yellow, Red Mix Bowls 89c KOHLHAAS & SP1LLES FAII TIVAL Special Showing of New Modern Suites Buy Now and Save! Modern Living Room Suites Suites in Loujr Weariim ^'nver.s—quality Suite* in the new modern de^i^ns at the LOWEST }iri<-es in yers. You must see them in r.rder to aj)]^reeiate the values - $69.50 - $79.50 and up FORA Beautifully figuxcd uwd on citt«rlnr. wtth GIVE HER A LAHE^CHEST Oniy teited aroma-tight chest in Hie world. We haye a compUrie tieck of genuine Lane cedar chests —modern*, conservatives, blondes io match the finest furniture. Annrlrin w&uutt U u«wl ou tap, l»Bt, cad* «a4 FUR SALE! 2 Bays Wed.- Thurs. NOVEMBER 16 and 17 With the co-operation of the Montreal Fur Trading Co. of New York City, we bring you $50,000 worth of fashion successes in precious Fur Coats at GREAT SAVINGS EVERY WANTED FUR • Mnakrate Squirrels iff Mlnka Alarftmi Scab Caraculs Jap Weaael RoMlan Ponlea Black Persians Martens Ermines MendoM, Beaver* Hudson Seala And scores of Other Fan liberal Allowance on your old Fur Coat! Don't miss this sale of smart Pur Coats to realize the Great Savings .. . You simply inust come in to see for yourself. Tliis event was especially created by the Montreal Fur Trading Co. to co-operate with Chrigtensen Bros, in a determined effort to bring you lower prices. This Sale in Charge of MR. MEL W ALDEN, Montreal Representative CONVENIENT PAYMENT PJ<AN THEIR LABEL IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF QUALITY Christensen Bros. Co. FOSTER Fl BMTHHK CO. ANNUAL AMERICAN LEGION FEATHER PARTY Turkeys Ducks More Turkeys Mon. Evening, Nov. 21 7i3« P. M. at THE LEGION HALL EVERYBODY WELCOME ADMISSION FREE

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