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The Algona Upper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 4,1934 Ninette Ptttotnik CtU Hanette, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Wtt. PWtotaik, celebrated her 5th birthday Thursday, December 21st, and entertained a group of her friends In honor of the occasion. Those present were Phyllis and Jim Ktichenreuther, . Fatty Olll«sple, Barbara Piatt, Larry Douglass, Mary Frances and Fem Oar• ney, Betty Ann and Mary McEnroe, Elizabeth Sttfllng, and Nanette's sisters, Joyce Marie and Norma. Lunch was served later in the afternoon by Mrs. Fetotnik, who was assisted by Mrs. Henry Douglass. Nanette received many nice gifts. American Legion Auxiliary— The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Friday at 7:30. AH members are asked to be on hand. The Auxiliary has a special subject for study for each month and for the month of January the subject is Legislation. Mrs. Matt Strelt has prepared the following thirty minute program: humorous reading by Esther Pratt; a paper, Legislation of Legion by Mrs. Strelt; paper, The Legion's Four Point Bill by Sirs. Harold Gilmore. Mrs. Eer- tha French will have charge of the refreshments and social hour. Lutherans Celebrate Christmas Eve— A Christmas program entitled "The Christ- Child" was given at the Trinity Lutheran church, on Christmas Eve. The children of the parish school and Sunday school and the members of the Bible class took part in the program. The program was carried out very well and enjoyed by all. Over 300 people came to attend the children's services. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were in charge of the program. Entertain at 6:36 Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom were host and hostess at a 6:30 dinner Friday evening. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sponeberg and son. Carl, and Lars Sorensen. Congregational Ladies' Aid- Members of the Congregational Ladies Aid will meet Thursday (today) afternoon with Mrs. J. Robert Hoerncr. Lunch will be served by Mrs. Theo. Herbst's division. Christmas Party for Club- Mrs. John Button entertained at a Christmas party for her bridge club the .Thursday evening before Christmas. Gifts were exchanged during the evening. Bridge was played with Mrs. A. W. Amunsen receiving high score prize, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, travel prize and Mrs. Merlin Johnson, guest of Jfche club, the guest prize. Fathier Davern Host at Dinner- Rev. T. J. Davern entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner last Wednesday even- Ing In honor of the five boys who, having graduated from St. Cecelia's academy, are now attending college and were home for the holidays. The boys are Maurice McEvoy, Edmund Cape- slus, Joe Kelly, Jr., Harold Strelt, and George Kannouff. Presbyterian Westminister Gnlld— The Presbyterian Westminister Guild Circle will meet at the church Saturday January 6, at 3 o'clock. Hostesses will be Imogene Hill and Louise Smith. Devotional by Marie Pommerening, Chnp- ter 4 of the Study Book by Louise Devine. Lucy Laney— "Ermadine Hanson. Roll call response— an Item from "Five Continents." New Tear's Eve Party — Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy entertained their bridge club at a New Year's Eve party. Bridge was played during the evening and Mrs. C. A. Joynt received ladles' first prize. Men's first prize was awarded to L. J. Nelson and E. J. McEvoy received travel prize. Miss Mary Biggins was a guest of the club. Ill-Lo Brldre dab Entertained— Mrs. John Frank! was hostess to the members of the HI-Lo bridge club the Thursday evening before Christmas at a Christmas party. Those present exchanged gifts. Bridge was played during the evening and Mrs. Oscar Erickson received first prize. Low prize was awarded to Mrs. W. D. Howie. D. A. R. Chapter— The D. A. R. chapter will meet on January 9, at a one o'clock luncheon with Mr?. Catherine Gilmore. Mrs. Emma Cosgrove and Miss Ella Lewis are assisting hostesses. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Mabel Paxson. Call Theatre - Algona The amusement center of northern Iowa. Western Electric Wide Range Sound. Matinee 2 p. m. each Tucsday-Thursday-Saturday. Prices 10-25c. Sunday and holiday matinees 1-3 night 5-7-9. FRIDAY, JAN. 5 "LTTTLE WOMEN" Saturday, January 6 Jackie Cooper in Will James Story "The Lone Cowboy" also Ann Dvorak Dick Powell in "College Coach" Tarzan Serial. Seven days entertainment on every Saturday for one admission. Sun.-Mon., Jan. 7-8 Extra Special Booking I Best production turned out by Fox Film Corporation last two years. Money Back Guarantee on this one. A Jesse L. Laitcy Production with LILIAN HARVEY Gene Raymond Leslie Banks Podrecca'* Plccoli Marionettes 60 chorus and dancing girls 60 3 big aong hits. -'Esk-i-o-lay- li-o-mo," St. Moritz Waltz," and "Just A Little Garrett." Captivating, glorious and spectacular. And Ted Healy in "'Plane Nuts." Plash Chorus Routines. Clever creations. It's hilarious fun. Tues.-Wed., Jan. 9-10 Matinee 2 p. m. 10c-25c. Especially recommended to patrons appreciating ultra-sophUltlcated, different, Lubltch type of entertainment. Noel Coward's "Design for Living" Frederic March Gary Cooper Miriam Hopkins Edward Everett Horton It's decidedly worthwhile. Also Eddie Duchln and his band Musical World J&urney. Exploring the Pacific. Colorful Tahalti and other tropical isles rarely visited by steamers. Thurs.-Pri., Jan. 11-12 Thursday matinee at 2 p. m. It's a rib tickler. Four Marx Bros. in "Duck Soup" and "Betty Boop's Penthouse" Balance and New News. Saturday, Jan. 13 Zane Grey's "Thundering Herd" and Jack Holt in "The Wrecker" Nuptials ov Algwfia Couple— The marriage of Marcella Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson of near Algona, and Bruce Eckhart, *on of Mr. and Mrs. Amll Eckhart of Dolllver, Iowa, took place Saturday evening at 7:30 at the Catholic parsonage with Rev. T/ J. Daverh officiating. Attendants of the couple were Mr. and Mrs. ftoward Carey. The bride was attired in a blue gown and wore a black hat and accessories. Mrs. Carey wore a black dress. Marcella was graduated from St. Cecelia's academy in 1933 and prior to her marriage was employed at the Algeria Bakery. The groom graduated from the Dolllver high school and attended the Esthervllle Junior College. He is now employed at the Algona Cooperative Creamery. Immediately after the ceremony, the bridal couple left for Thompson, Iowa, where they visited an aunt of the groom, Mrs. Alice Shuttleworth, until Monday evening. At present, they are staying at the Howard Carey home. 'ffona Girl Married— A very simple and quiet wedding occurred in the home of Mrs. Henry Steufsy on December 26, In the afternoon nt two o'clock when Miss Anna I,. Steussy of Algona and Ernest Schuenke of Storm Lake were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock. The Rev. P. J. Braner performed the ceremony. Gerald Steussy and Miss Prances Steussy were In attendance. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steussy and she is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended Iowa State Teachers' College. She been teaching for several years. For the last three years she taught hi the public school at McGregor, Iowa. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schuenke of Sioux City, and holds the position of a deputy state game warden of Iowa. The couple left mnredlately after the ceremony for Des Motnes. They will reside at Storm Lake. Hobo Party Given— Miss Annetta ScTiimmel was hostess :o a Hobo party Friday evening. The ;uests came disguised as a traveling 'amlly out of work, ragged and hungry. Walter Richardson and Twllla Collln- on Impersonated the father and moth- >r of a large family of 20 children. Af- ;cr an appeal for help by the father and mother for their children, the tess invited them Into the living room, whloh was the scene of a hobo cnmp, where they were given a iiand- iut. The rest of the evening was spsnt | n playing games and dancing. Lunch j was served and a delightful time was njoyed by all. Hiss Brindley, Teacher, Married— Word has been received here that Capitola Brindley of Washington, Iowa, 'ourth grade teacher in the Algona schools, was married to W. H. Falck- emer at Chattanooga, Tennessee, on December 24th. The couple immediately left for Atlanta, Georgia, where they will make their home. Mr. Falckemer Is a representative of the Goodrich Tire Company in that city. Mrs. O. W. Stlllman ia teaching in her place at present. Cresco M. and D. C'lnb— More than sixty attended the Christmas party of the Mothers and Daughters club at the Will Runchey home. After an exchange of gifts a program was presented by Miss Dorothy Knutson and her pupils. A tray luncheon was then served. While the adults visited the children played games upstairs In honor of Mary Runchey's 13th birthday. The next meeting is to be at the L. A. Olson home on January 19th. Radio Sewing Party— The American Legion Auxiliary held their monthly radio sewing party last Friday at the home of Miss Mary Kaln. She was assisted v/ Mrs. Tom Halpin. Those present sev<-d on a quilt which Is being made *iy the Auxiliary. The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Wm. Dau. Entertains at Christmas Party— Betty Barry entertained the members of the Girl-Friends club Thursday evening at a Christmas party. Games were played during the evening and gifts were exchanged. Methodist Ladles Aid— The Methodist Ladles Aid will meet Thursday afternoon. A 1:15 luncheon will be served by Mrs. Henry Douglass' division. Joint ftotftenes on New Tear* Eve- Mary Louise OOroore and Nottne Oreiner entertained twelve guests at the Cfllmore home New fear's Eve. Card* were prayed during the evening with Gwendolyn Deal, Harry Oreen- berg and Harlan Frank! receiving the prizes. Dancing was enjoyed latter. Lanra Ramen Hortesa— Laura Hanson entertained ntne boys and girls at a party New Tear's eve. Guests played cards the first pan of the evening and then attrnded the midnight show. They thei returned to the Hansen home wher>! refreshments were served. Baptist Ladles Aid— The Baptist Ladles Aid meets wUh Mrs. Sam Medln Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames G. Ogg, Cora Bowman and Verla Lowman. Members are asked to start the New Year right by being present. New Years Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain entertained alt a dinner on New Years day with the following guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland of Elmore, Minnesota, Mrs. Opal Morrison and Miss Jane Suttle. Holiday "Bob" Party- Harry Greenberg gave a holiday party Thursday evening for twenty of his friends. The boys and girls enjoyed themselves with "bobbing" the fore part of the evening and following that a lunch was served at the Algonquin. Irene Hansen Honored- Fifteen girls gathered at the home of Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, Wednesday afternoon hi honor of her fcenth birthday, which she celebrated that day. Guests were entertained with various games. Mrs. F. C, Scanlan Hostess- Mrs. F. C. Scanlan entertained her bridge club last Friday evening. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Melzar Fal- kenhalner. Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mrs. M. J. Strelt and Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen were guests of the club. Presbyterian Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet Friday afternoon Instead of Thursday at the home of Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Henry Guderlan, John McDowell and Guy Mantor. Presbyterian Light Bearers— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet Wednesday afternoon, January 6, at 1:30 o'clock. Hostesses are Maxine and Wilma Moore. Devotlonals by Maxlne Dalley and Study Book by Betty Meslng. Eastern Star Meeting— One hundred thirty were present at the O. E. 8. 6:30 dinner at the Masonic Temple Tuesday evening which was followed by their regular meeting. A special program was then given by the men. New Year's Eve Party- Mr, and Mrs. Geo. L. Miller entertained at three tables of bridge New Year's Eve. Pete Waldron received first prize, Mrs. Fred Schallin, low prize, and Leslie Samp received travel prize. One o'clock Dinner Glvcav— A ,one o'clock dinner was given on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ohrls- chllles. Guests were Mrs. F. W. Dingley, Miss Lucia Wallace, Marie Wehler, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles. Bernlce Dea^chs entertained eight girls at a 12:30 luncheon on Friday. Bridge was played during the afternoon. Margaret Brown won high prize and Margaret Vigars, low. BEER FREE — One case with purchase of one case of Foxhead. This is the last week at this LOW price JOE BLOOM Week End SPECIALS Frankfurters, Club, per pound ...... Sauerkraut, No. 2 '/a can ............ Preserves, Eatwell, 2 pound jar ---Pure Buckwheat OQ r 5 lb. bag ................ fci«/V Amber Syrup, __ AC p Superb, 10 lb. paU ....... ~f tFV, Corn, Morning 1Cj r Light, 2 Nu. 2 cans ...... lw*» 1 CQ * •«'•' Loaf Flour, 1 7Q 49 lb. bag 1.1 J First Prize Flour 49 lb. bag Argo Starch, Q- Dime pkg **V Vogue Toilet Soap Big Cuke Cocoa, Walter Baktr'i >,i lb. can .. Wheat Cereal, Robb Boas, pkg. Superb Oats, 55 oz. pkg Crackers, OO r 2 poimd box ttL\f Corn Meal, 17 r 5 lb. bag IJL Lard, »7 y pound pkg % /i\f Prunes, 1£ 2 pound bag 1UV All is Well* Colonial Lncffle Mahwg Weds— Mite Lucille Malueg and the Rev. Olin Edgip Parrett of Halrtsville, Indiana, were married at high noon, on Thursday, December 38, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Maine*. The Rev. O. V. ttulse, pastor of the Methodist church, performed the single ring ceremony in the presence of a small group of friends and relatives. The bride'a dress was of wine colored chiffon velvet, and her sister, Ruth, who attended tier, wore wine fiat crepe. The groom was attended by his brother, Maurice Parrett of Terre Haute, Indiana. The Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played by Dorothy Smith of Sloan, Iowa, and Earl Josten, music instructor in the Esthervllle schools, sang "Because." The bride attended the Algona high school from which she was graduated In 1926 and was later graduated from Mornlngslde College at Sioux City. Since then she has been teaching public school music, having taught the pf*t year and a half at Nemaha. While at Mornlngslde she was affiliated with the Kappa Zeta Chi, social sorority and the Mu Phi Epsllon, national honorary musical fraternity. Mr. Parrett, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Parrett of Terre Haute, Indiana, was graduated from the high school in that city and from DePauw University where hi received his B. A. degree. After his graduation he attended Garrett Theological Seminary hi Chicago for three years and received his B. D. degree. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served and the couple left soon after for a wedding trip to Chicago. They will be at home in Hartsville, Indiana, after January 7. Those who attended the ceremony were aa follows: Dorothy Smith, Sloan, Iowa; Earl Josten, Esthervllle; Mabel Olson, Des Motnes; Emma Spongberg, and Kathleen Holtzbauer, Algona; Mrs. Iver Swanson and son, Vernon and daughter, Charlotte of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schult of Elgin, Illinois; Vivian Sllke of Nemaiha; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse and Mrs. Lehman. 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Norton & Son Phone 229 Honor Two Gertrude Long entertained »t a 6:80 dinner party Friday evening In honor of Arba Dee Long and Mary Elisabeth Foster, who were home from college to* the holidays. Those present were An» Dee Long, Mary MlMbeth PorterJJer- nice Dearohs, Margaret Brown, Elizabeth Schoby of Mason C%- and Adrifl Anderson. Alpha Delphian Chapter— The Alpha Delphiato chapter Wll meet Wednefcdfcy afternoon January 10. at the home of Mrs. C. H. Oreta- meyer. Mrs. L. O. Baker will have charge of the lesson. Joint Installation Thursday— There will be a Jomt installation of the Masons and Eastern Stars at the Masonic Temple Thursday evening (today) at 8 o'clock. All Masons and Stars are Invited. Paul Hutchlns, who teaches mathematics In the schools at Gilmore City, will leave Sunday after a two weeks' vacation spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Miss Caroline Schlchtl of Cedar Rapids and her sister. Mrs. James Kirby and son, Maurice of Ames, were holiday visitors at the home of the ladles' sister, Mrs. B. P. Richardson. _ Bernloe Stack, t^JftW le Orore «chort», with her parents, Stock. where father. had a week Start the New Tear with Long's Food Shop Meat and Groceries we know both will be pleased. Long's | Q- Coffee at / It/V In conjunction with our closing out Sale we are offering a whole store full of 9c values. Stocks limited—Quantities limited, but for three days Thursday Friday and Saturday 9c Will Go a Long Way at CUMMINGS' 5c to $1 Store WITH THE NEW YEAR 1933 is gone! 1931 i* here! The stirring welcome to the New Year i« past —we are looking forward—planning for the 12 months ahead. We look forward to a greater demand for service —a demand which will replace telephones which have been taken out aud increase the me of Long Distance. Since late iu 1931, each month brought lo**, in telephones until September 1933. Vhen the tide turned. From September to the end of the year, we gained telephones. Day by day and hour by hour, we strive to provide twusfactory telephone service at td« lowest cost to the public couaUtent with the financial safety of the business. MORTHWCSTIIN MU TIIIPKONI COMPANY

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