The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1938
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the Lee Wolfe* In Sftn Antonio «t .- We we ™ *° f *y to note that Perry McDonald had died to MJST mlnutes a *° Lee decided slster Margaret al. ™ f * her """band's initials or the street number, so gave ih«£ M a ^ ad , job , when he saw »o» tnan one full column of Moores In £L dl 7£°J» • • • Mrs. Ogren has been sick in bed ever since they arrived here. She Is still in bed, • • • you recognue ' the fact that most women would rather have hosiery for Christmas. ... IF you want to be extra-thoughtful in your giving. ... IP you want to wive your buying in a jiffy... THEN . . . You're going to get our Mojud Clari-phane Silk Stockings....THEN you'll ask for them in short, medium or long—to make sure that they'll be extra-appreciated for their perfect fit.... THEN — you'll come in soon to select yours—and know that you've done your Christmas shopping wisely! ^A0JU0 Ctari'ptiane Silk Stockings in individual leg lengths 79c 1.00 The Algona Upper Des Momes, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 6,1938 but this afternoon when t was In, she said thrft she ,«•?•*-. ^eally feel- Ing better and hopes to be able to be up before Jong 1 ... Thin Is a pleasant place to be and we hope we like it and that Lee will tee! better, ffe stood the trip down very well and enjoyed the ".drive . . .We both thought the dWv* from Huntgvllle to Houston was as pretty a drive as we ever made, lite evergrreens there are. such a vivid green and the fes- tons of gray most on the oaks give the highway the look of having been laid out in some enchanted land ... we are located about three-fourths of & mile from the too at Brackenridge Park. The other night the lions kept us awake most of the night with their roaHng." 230 at St. Joe Party St Joe: The social event in St. Joseph's hall Sunday evening was well attended. Door prizes were awarded to Loretta Fisch and" Geo. Beckers. Mrs. George Bormann and her circle served lunch to 230 guests and were in charge of the party. NOTICE Algona, Iowa, Dec. 1,1938 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I have this day received from the United Counties Benevolent Association of Algona, Iowa, the sum of Five Hundred and Twenty-Seven Dollars received In contributions by that organization from its members in memory'of my wife, Elma M. Edwards, ^he had paid In Four Dollars in death contributions while she was a member of that organization. Signed LEO L. EDWARDS «• Prlti-Ladwlg Nuptials— Herman Fritz, son of John Fritz of West Bend, and Ro*e Ludwig of Algona, daughter of Mrs. Mary Ludwig of West Bend, were united *ln marriage, Sunday, December 4 at two o'clock In the afternoon, at the home of Miss Myrtle Turnbaugh, with whom' the bride has made her home for the past five years. Rev. A. English performed the single ring ceremony, as the couple stood beneath, the arched entrance to the living room, which was decorated with silver wedding bells and ferrts. Miss Turnbaugh was bridesmaid, and Karl Ludwig, brother of the bride was best man. Mrs. Harold Falken- hainer played Lohengrin's Wedding March as the bride descended the stairs on the arm of her eldest brother, Myron Ludwig, and I Love You Truly and At Dawning during the ceremony. The bride wore a dress Of sliver metallic cloth and black alpaca. She wore a shoulder corsage of Johannah Hill roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a navy blue floral chiffon dress and a corsage of sweetheart roses and sweet peas. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served to the wedding guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz will make their home in West Bend, where Mr. Fritz is employed by the Jensen & Bolstad furniture company. Out of town guests were Mrs. Clarence Rolla of Manly, Karl Lud- TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6-7 Continuous from one o'clock daily. The enthralling adventure of a fugitive living as he loved—dangerously—the most arresting screen role In years. CHARLES BOYER SIGRID GURIE HEDYLAMARR Plus "SUPER ATHLETES" Analysis of what GO years have done in track athletics. Every track sport is depicted. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, DEC. 8-9 Dally matinee 2 p. m. Critics voted this one best of month King Vidor best direction on "Citadel" Robert Donat best actor performance in "Citadel" UR BEST f^,- Coming Sunday and -Monday Dec. 11-13 Mickey Rooney and Lewis Stone In "Out West with the Hardy*" .More "power" to your gift if if» electricaM These are the Miuirt time-Having gifte women delight In, want most for Chritttnuui. Streamline and New, these will give perfect ttervice In record time . and they're priced low. White Electric Sewing Machine Complete with attachments and light Makes an attractive table when not in use. ELECTRIC MIXERS It mixes, stirs, beats, extracts juice. Two-speed motor, tilt stand. Ivory, green. Hamilton-Beach or Mix Master Automatic Iron* $6.95-8.85 Drip Coffee Maker $8.95 Two «Uce Toaster, cord $3.9.5 IE8 Floor Lsunpg 5.25-18.95 New Easy Wa*her 4fa.95-59.95 (15 boxes Soap Chips free with either washer). with Juice extractor $23.75 Toa«tiiur*tcr ...10.50-16.00 Large »ize Waffle Iron (5.95 Sunbeam Shuvenuwter $15.00 Xnias Tree Llghte ... 2!tc-1.25 (See our line of Xmas Decorations.) Pratt Electric Co. wig of Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Ewold Zuetlah of Lone Rock, Mrs. Mary Ludwlg, Mrs. Otto Esser, Mrs. 1 Joseph Dorweller, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ludwlg and John Fritz ail of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. John Volk of Whittemore, and Mrs. Lulu Dugan of Burt. C. D. of The local unit of the Catholic Daughters of America met Sunday at the St Cecelia's Academy. A class of 71 members was initiated, and the Emmetsburg team put on the work. Mrs. Harold Wasley, the state regent of Mason City, and Mrs. Vera McCorkle of Mason City, chairman of Junior Catholic Daughters are reorganizing the group here which disbanded about four years ago. An election of officers was held at which the following officers were elected :• Mrs. Roy Christensen, grand regent; Mrs. W. A.,Barry, vice grand regent; Josle McKvoy, .financial secretary; Kathleen Holtzbauer, treasurer; Stella Mae Breen, historian; Prophetress, Mrs. W. T. Daughan; Monitor, Rose Lampe; lecturer, Donna Dooley; and the trustees, Mrs. Jos. Kelly, Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs. Rob Kalh, Mrs. Lou Matern, Mrs. Mame Winkel, and Mrs. Harry Bode. Mrs. Alice Bough of Emmetsburg, district deputy, was In charge of the meeting. A 6:30 banquet dinner was served By Mrs. Mary Quinn. During dinner Mary G. McEvoy, played piano numbers. A program followed the dinner. Mrs. E. J. Fitz- patrlck was toastmistress. Invocation was given by Rev. C. A. Ahmann. Pauline Zender played a piano solo. Mrs. Harold Wasley talked on the Catholic Daughters of America. Arlene Hargreaves entertained with a tap dance, Betty Kghl- haas sang a vocal solo. The evening was concluded by the audience singing America. _., * •-—, Sirs. Erlckson Farewell— Deana Kohlhaas entertained Friday afternoon at a farewell party honoring Mrs. Oscar Erickson, who is leaving Algona soon. Three tables of contract were in play with gifts presented to the honoree, Mrs. Ferd Erickson, an out of town guest, who won high score and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves the second high. Mrs. Erickson was to be honored at a narty Tuesday by Mrs. Chas. Gilbride. Wednesday at a party with Mrs. Leo Spilles, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, and Mrs. W. A. Barry as hostesses, and Friday, Mrs. Magnus Lichter of Burt will entertain in her honor. Birthday Party- Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, A. K. Grooters, entertained at a party on her sixth birthday, Saturday. Guests were Dorothy Galbralth, Betty Donovan, Joan, Lonise and Anita Abbott, Beverly Coyle, Murlal Burggess, Patty Olson, Glady and Rosalind Laidley, Irene Fraser, Viola Graham, Phyllis Richardson, Sherran Godfredson, and Mary Lou Janvrin. Games were played during the afternoon, and Mrs. Grooters served a two course luncheon. The birthday cake was made as an animal clr- Woman'* Club— , The regular meeting of the Algona woman's club will be held at the Algona Library, Friday afternoon. The program will consist of a play given by Mrs. Dennis Goedcrs. The name of the play Is "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder, which won the Pulitzer prize. Mrs. Bertha Michel will be In charge of the music. Each member Is asked to bring a 25c Christmas gift. W. F. The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. H. M Olson will give the lesson from the textbook, and Mrs. G. L. Vohs will have charge of devotional services. Assisting hostesses will be Margaret Bishop, Mrs. Oscar And erson, Mrs. Herchel Thompson, Mrs. G. L. Vohs, and Mrs. E. J. Gllmore. Marriage Revealed— The recent marriage of Evelyn Capesius, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius of Algona, to James Tronabane of Fort Dodge has been revealed. The ceremony took place at Bethany, Mo. Evelyn, w~io was graduated from the St. Cecelia's academy in 1937, has been taking a beauty culture course at Fort Dodge, Early Risers— The Early Risers met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George St. John, Sunday morning, for an eight o'clock breakfast. There were 14 present, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gill and baby daughter, Janice, as guests. Following the breakfast the members attended the Presbyterian church services Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. Mart Weaver entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Saturday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight. Christmas decorations were used on the table. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Clarice Kresensky, Mrs. Flora Norton, and Mrs. Carrie Potter. Sorority Meeta— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will meet tonight (Tuesday), December 6, with Deane and Lorraine Arndorfer. Following the regular business meeting, plans will be made for a Christmas party. Talks will be given by Lorraine Arndorfer, Margaret Brown and Irma Dee Gardner. Book Club- Mrs. A. E. Michel entertained the Book club members at a 6:30 dinner at her home Saturday night. Covers were laid for eight. The evening was spent discussing books in general. Dessert Club- Mrs Sam Khun entertained the Dessert bridge club, Friday afternoon at her home. Bridge was played during the afternoon, and Mrs. Frank Thorpe was a guest of the club. Thimble Club— The members of the Thimble club met with Mrs. W. S. Windell, Monday aftrenoon, to sew and visit. p. E. a— ~ '~ Chapter BW of the P. E. O. will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. . Kohlhaas & Spilles GIFTS will pleasjz the entire Family Pyrex Ware Pie Plates 25c Oven Dishes 65c Frying Pans 90c Cake Pans J>0c Lifetime Stainless Steel Sauce Pan $1.29 Quart kettle $4.75 Percolator $5.00. This store and Santa Clans have carefully cooperated to give an outstanding assortment of really welcome Christmas gifts. Electric Food Mixer A gift that always wins hearty approval—Sunbeam Mix-Master, complete with juice extractor $21.50 Household Wares Sing Teakettle Carving Set Whistles as the water boils. Three piece, bone handles $1.10 $1.85 Toaster Chrome plated, full size grid $3.85 Automatic, two toaster slice $1.49 up rting Goods Shoe Skates Boys' anil girls' skates Ice $3.85 FOOTBALLS BASIUQTBAIJLS Heavy rugged balls for rough play $1.10 to $5.50 Tools One of our cleverest Xmas buys. All kinds of carpenter tools, specially boxed for holiday giving. Sets of screw drivers, handy household kits, in fact any assortment. LOOK THEM OVER CAREFULLY Boxing gloves Mils that pack a mean wallop. $3.98 Scout Axe A sturdy axe with a sheath. $1.15 Remington Guns Single shot bolt act. 5.95 Repeater $16.50 Automatic $31.45 Favorite Items with Santa Other Gift Suggestions General Electric Washer* Gen. Elec. Refrigerators General Electric •Monarch Ranges Cutlery Fixiung: Tackle Flush Lights Percolators Electric irons Electric Hi-atcr* Perfection Stoves Aludtljji Lamps Mixing Bowls Pocket Knives Hunting Knives Baking Dislifs Electric' Piuls SILVERWARE (Plate) $1O CA 2<> piece .set with 155 yr. guarantee *£•«" (Comes in roll container) B. B. Guns Siiitfk-shot _$1.25 Dble. barrel $4.98 Sleds 98c to $5.50 Wagons 2.35-4.35 Kohlhaas & Spilles Velocipedes 3.65- 7.75

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