The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1938 · Page 6
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The Algona tTgper PM Mpifles> Algona,, jowa, Itec. Degree *1 Honor Lodge— The Itfcal lodge of the Degree of Honor received special dispensation from the head office for election of officers With Mrs. Etta Branson, re gtonal director of Spirit Lake, pre- aiding. Newly elected officers are Mrs. Roy Woolridge, president; Mrs. R. H. Guderian, vice president; Mrs. "Walter Lichter, second vice president; Mrs. William Geerlng, financial secretary; Mrs. Merle Webster, recording secretary; Mrs. Ray Igou, treasurer; Mrs. George Scuffham, usher; Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, assistant usher; Mrs. Louis Gamnan, pianist; Mrs. William Seipman, inner watch; Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne, outer watch; Mrs. ligou, juvenile director; Mrs, Webster, assistant juvenile director; Mrs. Andrew Johnson, right assistant, and Mrs. Ralph Valentine, left assistant. The new officers asume their offices the first Monday of .the new year. The Carnation club of the Degree of Mbnor met last week Tu»sday evening at the home of Mrs. Andrew Johnson. Bridge was played with Mrs. George Scuffham and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves winning prizes. Cresco M. & D. Meeting— The South Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Ashing, with Mrs. G. E. Wooster assisting. The opening hymn was "Silent Night" and roll call was answered with "Believe It or Not" items. One dozen towels, hemmed by blind women of Des Molnes were purchased by members of the club. The club also voted to malce n donation to Father Flanagans Boys Home. Mrs. E. C. Potter read a paper entitled "What Good is Mv Club to Me?" The annual Christmas party is to be held Dec. 20 inste daofDec. COATS Our Entire Stock of Winter Coats for \\ omen, Misses and Jun- Now at usual .January- Clearance prices. Buy while the selection is good. Christensen Bros. Co. Dresses '^^^^v^-S^A^ of Elegance ,' » /'', *•' /£ ,<•'**,. We Paint The Holiday Fashion Picture Wil with something dressier It is every woman's desire to he gaily decked out fur the holidays. \\ r e proudly paint the holiday picture with new \ I \ arivals, ever so gay; ever so V-lj exotic, ever so sanart. ^! The styles, the coloring*, the fabrics, the tailoring, the details—all fairly whisper, "Come K et me out in the fashion parade." Visit our dress section early and see the lovely creations we have assembled for a more glamorous holidav season. H'» t'iiristinuj, Tinte at Christensen's "EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE" be held Dec. 20, instead of Dec. 23, at the'L. A. vlpond home. Everyone Is to take a ten-cent gift. Methodist R a Meeting— Forty Sunday School officers and teachers attended a sub-district meeting at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon from 2:30 until 4:30. The Rev. W. L. Patterson, Titonka, had charge of the meeting. Following the opening devotion, a discussion was held on Sunday School Work and Methods. Seven towns were represented: Burt, Good Hope, West Bend, Wesley, Titonka, LuVerne, Llvermore and Algona. Those on the program were Rev. H. A. Nelson, Frank Ryerson, Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, Mrs. A. A. Lease, Mrs. C. C. Miller, John Brink and the Rev. G. R. McDowell. Parties for Mrs. O. W. Erlckson— Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves entertained at a seven o'clock dinner last evening (Monday) in honor of Mrs. O. W. Erickson who Is to move to Minneapolis next week. Assistant hostesses were the Mesdames Russell Cook. Joseph Kelly and W. D. Howie, the latter of Bmmetsburg. Mrs. Magnus Lichter entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Friday for Mrs. Erickson. Bridge Was played at two tables, with Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves winning high, and Mrs. Joseph Kelly, low. Minneapolis guests were Mesdames C. F. and Ferdinand Erlckson. Kyte Keith Weds— Kyle Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith, Algona, was married in Los Angeles, Monday to Clara Corbett, of Wlnnemucca, Nevada. Mr. Keith is employed In the offices of the Getchell Mine Company, Gal- conda, Nevada, where the newlyweds will live in a new home. Mrs. Keith is daughter of Roger Corbett, school superintendent of Winnemucca. J. Hilton, Algona, was best man at the wedding. He went to , California on the Challenger, crack streamliner, leaving from Boone. While in Nevada he will visit his brother. Bill. Sunday School tarty— The Four "S", Sunday School class of the Congregation*! cSu¥8h will have a party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. Everyone is to ,brinf|,a ten-Kent gift The class wHl afeftrate the church Christmas-tree. IjHpstesses rre. Meeting of W. EL ftl S.— The Women's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will hold its December meeting In the church parlors Thursday of this week. A special Christmas program is being arranged with Mrs. J. C. Buthman in charge. Mrs. C. H. Swanson's division is hostess. Bridge Luncheon — Mesdames W. A. Barry, Joseph Stanton and Leo Spilles were hostesses at a bridge party and one o'clock luncheon Wednesday. Bridge was played at four tables. Mrs. W. L. Daughn was high, Mrs. C. A, Joynt, Emmetsburg, second, and Mrs. C. F. Erickson, low. L. O. A. to Meet-1' The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church will meet at the home of Mrs. Oliver Moe on Thursday evening, December 15, at 7:30 o'clock. Gifts will be taken for a Christmas basket S. & L. S. A L. store employees will have their Christmas party at .7 p. m. Wednesday in the Chrome cafe. Gifts will be exchanged and dancing will form part of the evening's entertainment Episcopal Guild Meets— The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Glen Raney. Mrs. H. E. Woodward. Whlttemore, will have charge of a Christmas program. LOCALS Letter Carriers Party— The Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary held their annual Christmas party In the Masonic hall In Algona Friday. The evening was replete with Christmas festivities and Santa Claus was in attendance. There were gifts, a Christmas tree, candy and nuts and all the other "trimmings." A Christmas dinner was enjoyed during the evening. Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, Burt. and Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard, were on the entertainment committee. Bel Canto Christmas Party— The Bel Canto Music club meets Wednesday for a one o'clock luncheon and Christmas party at the home^of Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Frances Caffnean, Bancroft, has charge of the program, which is on Christmas carols. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan is the chairman of the refreshment committee, which consists of the Mesdames G. W. Stlllman. M. A. Sjostrand. N. C. Rice, H. M. Olson and M. H. Doherty. W. F. M. Meeting— A meeting of the Women's Foreign missionary society at the Methodist church Thursday was attended by 50 women. Mrs. E. A. Genrlch, vice president, presided. Mrs. H. M. Olson and Mrs. J. C. Buthman were in charge o£ the program* HoataM- e* fo? the affair were Mesdames E. J. Gllmore, Ocsar Anderson, G. L. Vohs, O. J. Stephenson, Margaret Bishop, and A. A. Bishop. Luther League Christmas Party- Rev, and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand will entertain the Algona and Bancroft Luther Leagues at a Christmas party Thursday evening at the First Lutheran church. The party starts at 8 o'clock and there will be an exchange of gifts. The program committee consists of Myrtle Olson, chairman: Anita Thompson, Jean Nielsen and Elgenia Calhoun. Galloping Breakfast— Women of the Congregational circle enjoyed a galloping breakfast at the home of Mrs. W. P. French, Friday morning. Breakfast was served to 35. Mesdames L. S. Bohannon, Lee Reed and Kay Setchell were hostesses. Catholic Daughtei The Catholic Daughters will meet Thursday evening at eight o'clock for a business meet at the Academy Hall. Here from Minneapolis Mrs. R. R. Kennedy of Minneapolis came Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Tom Sherman, before they leave to "npnd the winter In Hollywood, California, with their son. Richard, who is making n reputation as a scenario and magazine writer. Mrs. Kennedy, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lantry, pioneer residents, grew up in Algona and has many friends here who are always »T?ad to see her. Mr. nnd Mr*. Sherma exoect to leave for Hollywood December 20. Their son, Richard, has recently become employed as writer for Samuel Goldwyn, the famous producer. Mr. and MM* Gait ft Towltey with their daughter, Betty Lou, spent the week end at Shell Rock with Mf. Towne's parents, M*. and Mrs. C. O. Towne, and at Charles city with Mr. and Mrs. 'Lewis Burnham. Mrs. Burnham Is the former Burdlne Towns. Hie Christina* parly for the members and friends of the Trinity Lutheran Ladles' Aid will be held Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Exchange of gifts, short talks, singing of Christmas carols will be the entertainment Supper will be served, to. M. Wright, Dubuque, was released Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, where he had been a patient since Nov. 14. He suffered a broken neck In a car accident while here for the pheasant hunting season. Mr. Wright Is a relative of Mrs. E*. W. Lusby, here. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miner vhlted Wednesday at Estherville and Armstrong. They report that Mrs. Mary Blomster Sorensen, Armstrong, who IBS been an invalid for seven years, "s now able to be up and about the louse some. The Blomsters were former Hobarton residents. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned Sonday from Fort Dodge, where she had stayed since Wednesday with her grandsons, John and Allen Potter, vhlle the boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. -Potter, attended a convention at Chicago. D. E. is connected with the Sieg Supply House at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Fj L, Trlbon entertained the old Christensen force at a 6:30 dinner and Christmas party last- evening (Monday). Covers were laid for 14. Mrs. Tribon will entertain her Methodist Sunday School class at a 8:30 dinner Wednesday evening. Eight Business women, members of the class, will be in attendance. Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. H. J. Bacon were, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sears, their son. Tommy, and Mrs. Bears' mother, Mrs. Etta Sears, all of Mason City; the Eugene Hofius family, Ottosen; and :he R. W. Nelsons, Lone Rock. Mrs. Etta Sears is a sister-in-law^ and the Mesdames Hofius and Nelson, daughters of Mrs. Bacon. Mr. Sears s manager of the Bell Telephone 2o. at Mason City and the other two men are farmers. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson will leave December 22 for Rhlnelander, Wis.. to spend Christmas with Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. Isabelle Weiley. They leave there Jot two or three months' resident* In Ari- tbna and California, after which they will make their p«r*ane*t residence iff Minneapolis. Mr. Erlck- son will no longer travel oh the road but will work in the offices of Janney, Sample, Hill & Company in Minneapolis. Floyd Taylor of Birmingham, Alabama, left for his home today (Tuesday) following two .weeks In Algona looking after business Interests, and visiting old friends, and renewing acqaamtanceshhyy. Mr. Taylor Is a son of the Frank Taylors, 1- well known . . residents. Of A1- wen Known inuuoor »*"»»•>;" •~^-- 1 -— gona, now long since dead. He w a brother of Guy Taylor of SlfttK City and has hot Betta h*re alitte the year of 1914. He saW many changes T. «« L «x.i it.*. W*»i>« ' year ui JLWJ^» *.•.*» »»»»*. «.« lit Algona for the better. GIFT Suggestions at the ELITE 100 to 7SC eacft Boxed SSo to SOo MOJITO HOSE chiffon & service — - 7»c $1, $DWJ SCABFB square wool, print 790 to $1.00 PURSES black, wine, rust —^— $ljOO, $1.49, $L9B SUPS Taffeta or satin PAWtA HOODS all shades 700-ILW NEW BRIGHT HATS Fuchsia, wine, teal $340 TK * ELITE GIRLS! Bring mother in to see all the wonderful toys and games. , Diaper Doll __..— Me "Topsy" ___________ 25c Bewing Set ____ ^ -25<J Scissors Set ___ _—_19c Toy Stove ____ __<.-- 25c Gypsy Glass Tea Set 49c Table Tennis Set ,-26e Story Books -.—_ _*..10o Embroidery Set ___ 49c Doll Raincape & Beret Set ___ — _--_ Games ____—J_--_10c MEN FRANKLIN W. v. Butler, Owner Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Tac-Cut Coffee, 1 11). can Raisin-Cinnamon Bread Red Beans, two 20 ox. cans ._ Kadota Figs, two 1 ]\>. cans Mushrooms, two 2 02. can.s Cocoanut, V- Ib bag Shell Salmon, two 1 Ib. cans Ivory Soap, 10 oz. har Honey, 3 cakXs Pork Boast per 11>. __ Pork Steak, per Ib. Pop Corn, sure to pop, 3 Ibs. 24c 15c 33c 17c lOc 25c 9c 25c 15c 15c 19c Your Corn * Loan Have your loan papers inade payable to use and we will give you cash as soon as papers are completed. ...,.,- : .•.-- • . • ,„' ' *** ' > * Security State Bank Algona Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18-14 Algonas High School cla'ss play of laet season, "Spring Dance' now in pictures. Continuous show from one o'clock dally, . WBts ilh »w*fl Thur».-Fri., Dec. 15-16 Daily matinee 2 p. m. Saturday, Dec. IT Special matinees 1-3-5 Cattle rustling via radio, airplane, fast trucks. Tamroff is Thoughtful Gifts for a Lady Bath Sets Bath Powders cellophane wrapped lOc, 25c, 49c $1.00 BRUSH COMB MIRROR SETS Lovely gifts priced at 25c, 49c, $1.00 PERFUMES 25c Christmas designs BOXED HANDKERCHIEFS 10c, 25c, 49c Child's, Ladles', Men's BATH CRYSTALS 28c %"# FOR THE GIFT EXCHANGERS Perfumes _ lOc - 25c Boxed Handkerchiefs 10c-25c Bath Powders lOc - 25c Toilet Waters 10c-25c Manicure Sets ____~ 10c-25c Powder Puff Sets 10c-25c A Magnificent Assortment of Novelty Gifts for Everyone Practical Gifts for a Man TIES New and delightful designs 25c Shaving Seta s useful and approp 25c up to $1.98 always useful and appropriate gifts Hosiery 25c Scarfs 25c and 49c Boxed Hankies 25c Stationery Exclusive design* In boxed GIFT STATIONERY 10c, 25c and 49c Toys FOR ALL GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS Wagons—Table Tennis Sets Drums—Dolls—Trucks and Cars Ca»SC83SC&SffiC«8X8SCeC8S»* These Gifts will please both the heart and taste Boxed Miniature Chocolates, Ib. _. Other Box Choc- Jb. ...29c ....25c 51ba.98c Xmaa Mix it 80% Filled lb. 16c 160% Filled lb.20c Peanut Brittle _ Jb. 16c MINGS 5 cents to 1.00

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