The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1938 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 20, 1938
Page 6
Start Free Trial

The Algona XTpl^er Pei.Moiiaes, Algona, Iowa, Pec. fhan Creek Club— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club will hold its annual banquet at the Methodist church In Algeria on January 4. The dinner will *e served at noon Pre-Nnptial Shower- Margaret Fussell, Jane Mahin and Margaret England, faculty members, entertained at a miscellaneous shower, Thursday evening, at the home of Miss Ella Thompson, GAMBLE'S CLEARANCE Prices have been marked way down for a complete sell out. Buy your toys at Gamble's and save 25-60%. til' Abner Shooting Gallery 70 was 98c, now I vC Betty Bell Station ery, c_ waslSc, now tJC G-Man Pursuit Oar Was 98c, how * Horns Formerly 25c, now „..', ffilo Blocks Formerly 45c, now Streamline Speedway Racers, CA_ Formerly $1.19, now *J*rC Game of Horse Feath- ers » AQr Formerly 89c now „_ ;;;.-• Tr«/v. Blackboards Formerly 29c. '98c, $1.79, now 15c-69c-$1.29 Alum. Dish Sets, £Q Formerly 89c now V«7l» Marble Games CQ 1Q~ Formerly 98c and 39cU«F"UC Tap Art) Was 89c, now Away (Metal 39c Ballet Dance Was 25c, now Playtime Dish Set Was 45c, now 19c 33c 1 Table-Chair, 2 left 1 OQ 1 Formerly $3.49, now l»wO 4 29c Books Formerly 59c, now Rubber Soldier Set CQ r Formerly 89c, now WC Double Bbl. Guns, OQ^, Formerly 59c, now l*v\f Paper Pop Guns, 99- formerly 39c, now iit/W Extra paper 9c Doll House Furni- \ ture, 90- 'ormerly 50c, now fciv\» House Clning Sets AQ r formerly 69c. now T!»7l» Wrapping Paper and Ribbon _pkg. 8c The Gamble Store BUD BARNARD, Manager honoring Barbara Moyle, who will be married during the holiday season to David Phillips of Council Bluffs, a former teacher in the Algona schools. Miss Moyle was the honoree at a ten o'clock breakfast Sunday morning at the R. H. Miller home. Mrs. Miller and her niece, Donnabelle Merron were the hostesses. Monday evening at the faculty's annual Christmas party Miss Moyle was presented with a set of sterling teaspoons. Farewell for O. Erickson— Sixty relatives and hardware dealers from the surrounding vicinity were guests of Kohlhaas & Spilles last Thursday evening at a farewell dinner party in honor of O. W. Erickson, well known representative of the Janny, Semple, Hill Hardware Co. of Minneapolis. A social evening and card games followed the chicken dinner served at 7:30. Tables were decorated with two large bouquets which were sent by Janney, Semple, Hill. The Erlck- sons are leaving Algona soon for an extended vacation, and later will locate in Minneapolis, where Mr. Erickson will be in the office of his firm. Anniversary of Aid— About 60 members and friends of the Trinity Lutheran church gathered Thursday evening for a pot luck supper and anniversary of the 25th year of the aid society. Mrs William Dau, president of the aid gave an address of welcome am Robert, Helen and Marie Dreyer of fered vocal selections. Joan Falk and Evelyn Dau also sang a specie number. Rev. P. J. Braner, pastor gave a sketch of the history of the aid, which was organized Feb. 13 1913. The organization has had only five presidents, and Mrs. H. Wagoner served eleven years. There were ten charter members and the organization today has 36 active members. Engagement Announced— The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Naomi Baxter has CORRESPONDENTS, PLEASE ,, Next week) there wilf b« one Algona newspaper pn The Algona Upper Des, , on Thursday, Dec, 49th. ' Correspondents -will plea** send their news to , this newspaper .next.' week* _»•!.-,,•••,•;•» .'-.-.. The first week in January there will be only one Algona newspaper published, The Kossuth County Advance, on Wednesday, January 4th, and all news for that week goes to The Advance. Starting January 10th, Tuesday, the Kossuth Advance will publish on each Tuesday in 1939, and The Upper Des Molnes will publish every Thursday, from January 12th on through the year. Correspondents will reverse the papers with their news letters, the news for Tuesday going to The Advance, and the news for Thursday to the Upper Des ftfolnen. And a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Tear. Tues.-Wed., Dec, 20-21 Plus "Pour Smart Dogs" Thurs.-Frl., Dec. 22-23 Daily matinee 2 p. m. Evarf ita orcUt Plus March of Time SOOOP IMPORTANT—SCOOP! Thursday and Friday, Dee. 22-23 Matinee daily at 2 p. m. MARCH OF TIME ON RELEASE "The Refugee—Today and Tomorrow" The problem tnat a cruel intolerance has created. C'ameramen travelled for two months in Palestine, Holland, Switzerland and Poland. \\Vdm-sduy, I)ro. -41 one o'clock K'»-M!th C:ninty D-II; Slum- l j ara(iu. HI t'riv* 61 Including prizes for dog from every town in Kossulh Co. Saturday, IJcc. 21 TKI) 1VEEMS HA.\I> •Iiiluuiy Downs Ken -Murray KddiV Quillun in "SWI.VC; SISTER SVVTXG" Come on rill you cats, alligators, rug cutttrs. Plus Surprise Feature Xmas—Sunday and Monday—Xmas New- Showing here one week ahead of release- New RIDES THRU PAREE! JACK JOAN Christmas Bakery Treats Special Orders Taken on All Bakery Goods When plnaning a party, call Wilson's about special party bakery goods. Special Christmas pies, cakes . . . everything done individually for your party. Wilson Bakery J ^ EVERY GIRL ON YOUR LIST WILL APPRECIATE C L-OJUMRE/L, Plus Walt Disney's "Boat Builder*" New Yeart £ve, 11:34) Midnight Show On stage, Cow Milking Contest—Country milkers vs. city milkers. On Screen— Priscilla Lane and Butch Reagan in "Brother Hat" Snappiest Comedy in Months lU'u, liju. uV ; 79c $1.00 $1.15 3 pair 3 pair 3 pair $2.25 $2.85 $3.25 Brownell Shoe Co. been announced and will take place t her home in Mason City, Dec. 25th. Miss Baxter has been employed in the offices of Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, attorneys. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter of Mason City, and will marry Roy W. Harnack of Marshalltown, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Harnack of Manly, and Is employed as a recreational supervisor of the WPA at Marshalltown where they live. Naomi Circle — The Naomi circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Klamp on Thursday, Dec. 22, for their annual Christmas party. Gifts will be exchanged and the new officers will assume their duties. The new officers are Mrs. Sid Spear, president: Mrs. Alma Nelson, first vice president; Mrs. Vid Hiserodt, second vice president; Mrs. C. C. Wright, secretary; and Mrs. Abel Behrends, treasurer. Mrs. Herman Fritz of West Bend will also be honored at a postnuptial shower at this time. High-Low Xmas Party- Members of the bridge club of which she is a memoer met at the home of Mrs. Leon Merritt for a High-Low Christmas party, Wednesday afternoon. The hostesses. Mrs. Leon Merritt, Mrs. G. D. Brundage. Mrs. Sam Medin and Mrs. George Conklin served a one o'clock uncheon to the guests, the highs, Mrs. F. L. Thorpe. Mrs. Lon Wright. «rs. Anton Di^riksen, and Mrs. W. A. Vlgars. The table was lovely with hristmas decorations. Gifts were exchanged, following an afternoon of bridge. Beta Sigma. Phi Party— The Beta Sigma Phi business _irls' sorority met for a Christmas party. Friday evening at the home of Helen and Marion Corey. Thelma Knudsen was the chairman of . committee in charge and was assisted by Dorothy Miller and Marion Corey. The members met eight o'clock and enjoyed an old 'ashloned taffy pull. Mrs. E. W. Hanson gave a Christmas reading, and the group sang Christmas carols. A delicious luncheon was served, and presents were exchanged. Mrs. Erlckson Honored- Mrs. Joe Kelly entertained the members of her birthday club at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge >nrty, Friday afternoon, honoring Urs. O. W. Erlckson. Mrs. Harry Hargrsaves, Mrs. G. R. Cook and Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg were members present, nnd Mrs. Ferd Erickson of Minneapolis was an out-of-town guest. The high score prize was won by Mrs. Hargreaves. I~ O. A. Party— The L. O. A. Sunday School class of the Congregational church met for a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Oliver Moe, Thursday evening, Mrs. Ted Larson was the assisting hostess. Each member brought a gift for the needy children, to be put in the Christmas boxes. Mrs. E. W. Hansen read a chapter on "Christmas Superstitions and Customs." Refreshments were served. Christmas Program— A Christmas program was given at the school two miles south of Fenton, Friday evening. Myrtle Hanna of Lone Rock is the teacher. A play entitled "Farewell to Toyfahd" was presented by the pupils. Guitar selections were played by Bud Dreyer and George Hanna. Carols were sung and recitations were given by the different pupils. A luncheon was served. Party for Employees— Mrs. Alex Dermand entertained the employees of the Dermand cafe at a Christmas party at her home, Friday evening. The evening was spent playing bridge, and Christmas rifts were exchanged. Kathryn Kelly was a guest at the party and i 'on the his»h score prize at bridge, the second high prize going to Minnie Fuchsen. Bridge flub — Mrs. H. M. Olson entertained her bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon at her home, Friday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight. Christmas gifts were exchanged and bridge was played. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. A. J. Bason and Mrs. Burdette Agard. Harriette Davis was a guest of the club. Hi-Lo Party— The members of the Hi-Lo bridge club were entertained by Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew at her home, Friday evening at two tables. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew won the high prize at bridge, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves. Christmas gifts were exchanged. Handkerchief Birthday dub- Mrs. John Storm entertained members of her Handkerchief birthday club at a Christmas party at her home, Thursday afternoon. Members exchanged gifts, and played bridge. Mrs. Meda Redfield won the high prize, and the travel prize went to Mrs. Gordon Kuhn. Pratt Electric Party- Dennis Pratt entertained employees and their wives of his firm at a 5:30 dinner atyte "Chrome" SUn- day, evening. There v*re 35 seated at the ugbjcs. ||r. Pratt was presented with a desk pen. by his guegU. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle were out-of-town guesta. 8. 8. F. £V- , Mr. and Mrs. TH, at a 7:30 dinner served at the '^Chrome'*, Sunday evening. The guests adjourned to the Jensen home tot an evening of bridge. The prizes were won by Mrs. E. V. Pierce a'nd W. L. Jensen. - ' Idle Roar Club— The Idle Hour torldge club wad entertained at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. 12. 3. Hough, Wednesday afternoon. Covers were laid for 12. Mrs. George St. John was. a guest Mrs. F. E. Sawyer received the high score at bridge. Mrs. Anderson Entertain*— Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained employees of Anderson's Cafe at a Christmas party at the "Chrome", Thursday evening. There were 12 present. A late lunche~on Was served following a social evening during: which Christmas presents were given. School Program— A school Christmas program will be presented at the Buffalo cSstfict No. 8 school on Thursday evening, December 22, at eight o'clock. A lunch will be served. Everyone la Invited. Miss Ruth Butta la the school teacher. Chr lAtma* Party- Mrs. Owen Nichols entertained her bridge club at a Christmas party Wednesday evening. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. Mrs. L. E. Hovey and Mrs. G. D. Brundage were the winners of the bridge prizes. Chrlstwlas Party- Mrs. George Johnson was hostess at ft Christmas party at her home Saturday evening for a group of friends. Chlnker Check was played and gifts were exchanged. Embroidery Club- Mrs. Neat Smith entertained the Embroidery club at a Christmas party and guest night at her home. A 6:30 dinner was serVed. Dessert Club- Mrs. Gene Wray entertained the members of her Dessert bridge club Friday afternoon, at her home. Mrs. J. W. Little was a club guest Christmas Party— The Royal Neighbors will meet To You AH and Best Wishes for Coining New Year McCormick Deering Store Roy Hutzell, Manager Francis Smith, Salesman Art Falk, Service Man «nter- talned their a 8. F. F. club members for a Christmas[party today (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs. Fga Pbwell. A pot-luck luncheon win be followed by an^excnanga of gifts. Mr. and Mra. H. C. Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Roekey drove to Bulalo Center, Saturday evening, and attended a seven oclock dinner and party at tn* Wotel given for Standard Oil agerits and their wives. Mr. and Mrs. A fl. Buchanan were host and hostess to Hie members of their bridge club at a aeVen o'clock dinner party at the!* hoffie, Monday evening. Bridge w*s the diversion of the evening. ~ GIVE GIFTS THEY WANT! Gift lingerie $1.00 to $6.95 Pajamas—To add flattery to her leisure. Satins and crepes in beautiful colors. Sups—In luscious pure dye crepes and satins laden with lace or strictly tailored. Gowns-i-Sheer tops combined with satins -or crepes. Gorgeous colors. USED CARS '38 Plymouth deluxe 2-door touring '37 Plymouth deluxe 2-door touring '37 Plymouth 2-door Road King '37 Olds 4-door touring sedan '37 Chevrolet deluxe 4-door touring '37 Chevrolet deluxe coupe '36 Ford deluxe coupe '34 Ford deluxe 2-door '34 LaSalle Sedan '29 Ford A Sedan Prestone, Washing, Greasing Willard Batteries Hoenk Motor Service Phone 391 West of Court House Algeria We Deliver Used Car Will Please the Entire Family 1938 Chevrolet Deluxe Touring Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe with radio 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Touring Sedan 1397 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe 1937 Oldsmobile Coupe 1936 Dodge pick-up, clean, 18,000 miles 1933 Plymouth 4-Door 1934 Chevrolet truck, LWB dual tires Several Cheaper Jobs Check with us for price on any machine work. We-also do fender and body work, and also painting. WE TRADE EAST TERMS Kossuth Motor Co, ('laronce Morrall - EUIN- BELONGS ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST •iti i (.Btlow) D« Q§ tfc« B W farcdU • »27-*o Mnest values in 74 years I For more than three generation*, Elgin has been the traditional Christmas gift in leading American families. You'll see why when you first • glance at our gorgeous new sclcrriooa of the finest Elgin value* ever offered. Pnce range from $16.50 to 3750, BORCHARDTS Nelly Don Dresses Georgiana Frocks Let her Select A New Dress or Coat specially priced for pre-holl- day selling. - 68cto$2.65 Every lady needs a new pair f* 0 " an <» "tyle com >n these newer styles. "Exclusive But Hot Open Every Evening 'TU Christmas

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free