The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 25,1934 Ootttleb Greofcachl Honored— Oottlleb GronbaCh, a widely known and highly respected citizen, celebrated Mr. and Mrs. McEvoy Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. K. J. MciEvoy were host and hostess at a 6 o'clock dinner Ms 78th birthday Monday. Some of Sunday evening Guests were Mr. and his children and ft good number of his old friends came in the evening to surprise him and extend their congratulations and best wishes. After the entertainment a delicious lunch was served. The evening was enjoyed by nil present especially by the honoree, who had a big smile brcnuse many of his friends came nnd celebrated the event. Mr. Gronbach farmed over 50 years west of LuVerne, but retired several years ago and moved to Algona. He enjoys exceptionally good haelth. and te still greatly Interested in farm affairs. Birthday C8ob Honors M<*nt>er In honor of Mrs. M. P. Weaver's birthday, the birthday club of which she is a member, met at her home Monday for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Table decorations were carried out in pink and white, colors nnd pink roses and carnations were arranged in two beautiful bouquets. The ladles played bridge during the afternoon. Mrs. Fred Wehler whl is now in Oakland, California, sent a large box of 1-Tunut candy to the club. She is a member of the club. Young- People's Circle— A Young People's circle In the Congregational church has been organized and held its first meeting last Thursday evening at the church. Helen Corey was elected president nnd Leola Zeigler elected secretary and treasurer. This circle was organized with a view to literary and dramatic interests. Refreshments were served following th business meeting. Meetings will to held the first Thursday of every mont at the church. Aid Circle Meet- Members of seven Ladies Aid circle of the Congregational church met las Thursday afternoon at several homes The afternoon was spent Informally af ter which lunch was served. Two clr cics met with Mrs. E. R. Morrison am two with Mrs. G. H. Free. One clrcl met with each of the folowlng ladles Mrs. H. M. Potter, Mrs. T. P. Barring ton and Mrs. M. J. Pool. Bible Searchers Meeting 1 — The Bible Searchers met last week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. V Hulse. Assisting hostesses were Mcs- dames Godfrey, Steele, Webster and Cook. The program was In keeping with the New Year and two poems and articles were read by several members. Rev. Hulse sang "Another Year Is Dawning." accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Muhleman. Mrs. M. T. McGulre, Marvin Cain, Mary Biggins, 'Christine and Carrie Wernert. Bridge was played during the evening and first prize was awarded to Mary Biggins. Christine Wernert received the travel prize. Pot-Luck Supper— A pot-luck supper was enjoyed by several couples Sunday evening at the Granzow home. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon were assisting host and hostess. Bridge was played at four tables during the evening with Mrs. Howard Hoenk nnd Russell Weaver receiving first prizes for ladles and me'n. Dinner Party Monday— Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Haubers nnd Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen were hosts and hostesses at. a dinner party Monday evening for five couples at the Hauberg home. Following the 7 o'clock dinner, guests played bridge with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore receiving the high score family prize. Home Bnllders Clai Members of the Home Builders class of the Methodist church held their regular meeting Monday owning fol- 'owlng a 6:30 covered dish supper. After the business meeting an Interesting program was presented. This meeting was in charge of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Rlnggenberg. j Family Reunion at Taylor Rome— A family reunion was held Sunday at the E. N. Taylor home for Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Ella Patterson, who has ben visiting here thin winter. All the children, five girls and two boys, were together for the first time in nearly eight years. Mrs. Patterson, who is 78 years old, has spent most of the time since her husband's death four years ago at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Greer at Blue Earth. Tiiose children present at the reunion were: Mrs. O. M. Butcher and family of Fairmont, Minnesota; Andrew Patterson of Mason City; Mrs Ned Brown and family of Emmetfburg; Mrs Ed Johnson and family of Curlew, Iowa; Geo. Patterson of Rugby, North Dakota; Mrs. Charles Greer of Blue Earth. Minnesota; and Mrs. E. N. Taylor of Algona. Mrs. W. B. Rea and children of Mason City, the former a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, were also present. Academy Party Monday— A large crowd attended the party at the academy Mojnday evt>fing With bridge nnd five hundred played the first part of the evening at 48 tables. First prizes were won at bridge by Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy of Bancroft and Joe Bloom. Mrs. Geo. Naumann and Clare Seipman received first prizes In five hundred. The party next Monday will be given by the young people of "the parish with the following committee in charge: Alice Kaln, Anna Ca- prslus, Minnie Schlck. Techla Aman. Lcona Lichter, Eleanor Payne, Kathryn Deim, Evelyn Van Allen. Dr. J. B. Winkel, Ira Kohl, Joe Elbert. Jr., Jerome Voit. Bernard Hum, Everett Robinson, Birthday Club at Dinner— The Birthday Clut> met at the home of Mrs. D. D. Paxson Monday at a one o'clock luncheon in honor of the birthday of one of their members. Mrs Raymond Norton. Following the luncheon the group went to the home of another member, Mrs. Burton Thorpe, where they played bridge. Mrs. Thorpe has been ill for some time and not able to be out as yet. Three Hostesses— Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, Mrs. M. J. Me- Call and Mrs. L. M. Merritt entertained at a 8:30 dinner party Tuesday evening at the Sawyer home. Bridge was played at nine tables during the evening and first prize was awarded to Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Mrs. O. W. Stlllman received second prize and Mrs. E. C. Hancher the consolation prize. Regular Rebekah Session— The regular session of the Rebekahs met at the lodge Tuesday evening. There was a good turnout and officers wore instructed in the new work for the coming year. Plans were made for the Rebekahs to serve lunches for two dances on Thursday and Friday nights of next week at the I. O.. O. F. hall. Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet next Thursday afternoon, February 1st, at the home of Mrs. Bert Cronan. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdamr-s A. W. Amunson. Elizabeth Lemke, and Marion Burbank. r< Club At Mr*. I* M. MttTttt's— i Mrs. I/. M. Merritt entertained her bridge club last Friday afternoon and first priee was given to Mrs. Al Amunson. St. Benedict Card Party- There will be a card party at St. Benedict, Tuesday, January 30. The catholic ladles of Circle No. a will be In charge of the affair. Benefit Smoker Jan. 25th— The Algona Masons will hold a benefit smoker on Thursday evening, Jan. 25th at 8:00 p. m. at the Temple. The public is invited . V. F. W. Slum Fe«rf The annual «mn feed of the Vet«*M of Foreign Wars win be heW *t the Oreen Lantern this evening. A large number of men of the community are expected to be present at the ttobarton affair, and an friends and members of the organization are cordially Invited to attend, the slum at 7:30 p. m. J. W. 1/ittle observed his birthday Sunday at his home at a one o'clock dinner. Twenty-six relatives from Humboldt and Ft. Dodge were present. Smoked White Pish at Long's Food Shop Club at Bartholomew Home— Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew was hostess to her bridge club last Thursday evening. Hl<rh tecore prize went to Mrs. Loyd Wellendorf and Mrs. Anna March received low prize. W. B. C. Club- Members of the W. R. C. club met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mrs. W. R Naudaln was the assisting hostess. Officers for 1934 Elected— Officers elected for the year 1934 fo the Xmas Health Seals organization are as follows: Mrs. J. Little, Algona county chairman; Mrs. H. E. Wood ward. Whlttemore, secretary; advisory board, Mrs. Bode, Mrs. Shirley, Miss Bonnstetter and Mrs. Willis Cotton. Woman's Club Friday— The Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock Roll call will be "My First Auto Ride' and "Transportation in Iowa" will be discussed by Mrs. Albert Granzow. The hostesses will be Mrs. E. R. Rising and Mrs. Hal Cowan. Drusilia Couphlin Hostess— Drusilla Coughlin entertained at 3 tables of bridge Monday evening. Helen Zittritsch received high score prize and table prizes were awarded to Lulu Kohl. Josephine Murtagh and* Delia Welter. The hostess then served a two course luncheon. Honor Mrs. RDssell Weaver- Mrs. Bob Larson and Mrs. Paul Trauger entertained a group of friends ast Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Russell Weaver. Bridge- was play- d with Mrs. Emmet Jackman receiving Irst prize and Mrs. A. A. Lyon the sec- n prize. Dinner Party Monday— Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg were ost and hostess to five couples Mon- Past Matrons— .„.». ~^....... , The Past Matrons club will meet on Woodrow Johnson and Anthony Stof- nex t Tuesday at. 2:30 at the Temple, fel. Everyone is urged to come. Mrs. Pauline Worster and Mrs. Hazel Keen have charge of the refreshments. DorrtUiy Turner Weds— Dorothy Turner of Omaha, daughter of Mrs. Kate Tuuner of Algona, was married Saturday. January 13. to O. O. McKlm, son of Mr. and Mrs. George McKlm of Mt. Vemon, Iowa. The wedding took place In Omaha. Dorothy has been district manager of the chain of Jane Grey Dress shops and has been in charge of the Des Motnes store for the past three years. Mr. McKlm has been with the Panor Shoe Co., for several years managing stores in Des Moines and Waterloo. He was recently made manager of the company's Omaha store. Congregational Choir Honored— Members of the Congregational choir were honored Sunday evening at an entertainment at the church. Follow- ng a 7 o'clock supper a program was presented carried out in the form of a radio broadcast with Ella Thompson as radio announcer. A toast was first given to the choir by Rev. J. R. Hoerner. Donald Hutehins then sang a ong and an impersonation by Mrs. Lee Read followed. A short talk by T. H. Chrlschilles closed a very inter- sting program. Bridge Club Entertained— Mrs. Geo. Mahoncy entertained her ridge club last Wednesday evening. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Ed iheehan. second prize to Mrs. A. T. Jensen and low prize to Mrs. Owen Ni- Call Theatre, Algona Thurs.-Fri., Jan. 25-26 Thursday matinee at 2:30. The World's Dancing Daughter Joan Crawford Fred Astaire Clark Gable Franchot Tone "DANCING LADY" A Film musical with spectacle and splendor. New News—Bfctty Bnop— Souvenir Sat. Bargain, Jan. 27 DOUBLE FEATURE CLYDE ELLIOTT The man who traveled in the jungles of Malay and gave us Franlc Buck's "Bring 'Em Back Alive" has now produced another wild animal picture, "THE DEVIL TIGER" New and Wonderful and Leslie Howard Mary Pickford in "SECRETS" Tarzan Serial, ay evening at a 7 o'clock dinner, chols. Travel prize went to Mrs. Louis ridge was played during the evening ' Lynk. Mrs. Nichols was a guest of the nd Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore re- club in the absence of Mrs. R. W. ived the family high prize. Roeder. Thirteenth Birthday Observed- Eugene Van Alstyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne. celebrated his • •irU-enth birthday at a surprise party .oi4day evening. Games were play- .4 and » Vuncheon served later. ThoM present were Leroy Lee, Francis McVey, Bruce Frederick, Merle Pratt, Richard Halpln. Loute Neville, Russell Buchanan, Donald and Margaret Valentine. Tues.-Wed., Jan. 30-31 EXTRA SPECIAL Miniature Broadway Musical come., dy. The best this season. Gorgeous girls. All in Technicolor. "GIRL TROUBLE" And Transcontinental Bus Story ROBERT MONTGOMERY Sun.-Mon., Jan. 28-29 New News. Musical Rhapsody in Brew For the women — fur the men — for the children. Ann Harding Otto Kruger Dickie Moore Olive Brooke Masterful direction. Pine and big. Madge Evans & Ted Healy Thurs.-Fri., Feb. 1-2 Paul Muni Glenda Farrell Ned Sparks in "HI NELLIE" It's a smashing entertainment. Advice to the Lovelorn type with a he- man forced to toUt the column. IMother Goose Souvenir New News Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Feb. 456 ALOO.VA GtTS A BBEAK! The World's Greatest Enieruin- nient. Best since EDDIE CRPTOH ' SCANDALS Matinee every day. Midnight ihow every night. Make a point to drive in to Algona after hours and especially on Sunday to attend the 11:15 midnight ihow. 'Dinner at Eight" Honor Recently Wed C'unplc— Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart were honored at a party given at the Kenneth Seeley home by fellow creamery workers of the former. Bridge was played and Mrs. Karl Wester received first prize. Low prize was awarded to Mads Christensen. The couple, who were recently married, received an electric toaster and iron from thosi? present. Birthday Honored- Little Joel Hcrbst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst. celebrated his birthday Thursday afternoon at a party. Eleven boys and girls were present and spent the afternoon playing various games. Light refreshments were served later. Uelphlana wtth Mrs. McEnroe— Delphlans met yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon at the home of Mrs John McEnroe. Mrs. A. E. Michel and Mrs. D. D. Paxson gave reports on Eugene O'Neil's new play, "Ah, Wilderness." which is now showing in New York. Bridge Party Saturday Eve— DruMlla Coughlin was hostess to a group of her friends Saturday evening at a bridge party. Meredith Lathrop received first prize and Katherine McCall, Mrs. Geo. Free and Alice Kain were awarded high table prizes. Three Tables, of Bridge- Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Stephenson entertained a group of their friends Friday evening at three tables of bridge. Lydia Meyers received first prize for the ladies and the men's first prize was awarded to Fred Pooch. KuJio Sewing Party— The American Legion Auxiliary will be entertained at a radio .sewing party Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mr.s. Leo Spil'.es, 14 E. Oak street. A-'ilstiJig ha.ste.ss will be Mr.s. M. T. McGuire. Dinner Guests Sunday— Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Jr , were guests at a 1:30 dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell Sunday. Wernert Sisters Hostesses— Christine and Carrie Wernert were hostesses at a 6:30 duck dinner last Thursday evening. Guests were Trace and Elizabeth HolUbauer, Jenn Cooney and Kathleen HolUbauer. Mis Carroll Johnson Host?*.*— Mrs. Carroll Johnson entertained her bridge club lait Wednesday afternoon anj Mrs. Leslie Samp received fljst prize. Irene Whitcomb of Osage, Iowa. was a gueit of the club. The Child Study club will not meet until next Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 3lst. The meeting will be held at the A. E. Michel home and a radio lesson will be on the program. The Rebtkah Naomi Circle will meet next Friday afternoon with Mrs. Mart Jones. Members of the Idle Hour bridge club enjoyed an afternoon of bridge Monday at the home of Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Travel prize was given to Mrs. S. B. French. A Hearty Handclasp of Friendship and Cooperation To the Management, Officers and Patrons of THE ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY, upon the completion of another splendid year of business, and the forthcoming animal meeting on Saturday. Just as a bank reflects the solidity of business conditions in the territory, so the creamery reflects a progressive spirit in dairying—as the creamery progresses, the community progresses. We, as your home bank, desire to welcome you to Algona for your annual meeting, friends and creamery members—and to let you know that we appreciate the fine organization which you have built up through cooperative effort. The Iowa State Bank, Algona CHRISTENSEN BROS. CO. sHP^ 1 *""* 1 ' 1 ^^^^zmzzz p^j^P^g^SPISfe^qli SPECIALS gaga^^ ^jfeggssBgiS Friday and Saturday, January 26-27 Short lines and discontinued styles in values worth t< ALL Blankets at Final Clearance Prices FINEST WOOL BLANKETS Reversible all wool blankets in values to $9.75 $C QO Final Price J " 7 ° PART WOOL BLANKETS Extra size 72x84 and extra heavy double blankets in pretty colorful $9 7Q plaids. Final Price ___«'•'•' COTTON BLANKETS Large si/.e 72x84 heavy qual- • ity, fluffy double blankets in either plain colors or plaids. Final I/Vice ___ $1 Rayon Bloomers, 2 pairs for Turkish Towels large size, 5 for Lace Curtains, values to $1.65 for Linen Toweling excellent quality, 5 yds. for Silk and "Wool Hose, frl blk., grey, tan, 2 pairs for*P* Porto Rico Gowns values to 79c, 2 fo WINTER COATS Final Clearance V our unrestricted choice on any Winter Coat in our store at Half - Price $50.00 Coats for $25.00 $20.00 Coats for $10.00 MBS. TRIBON Will have charge of out- bargain basement rummage sale during these 2 big days and will have many added bargains that you will want your share of. 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, i yds. for Kotex and Puritas, 7 boxes for House Dresses, color fast, for Bed Spreads, all colors, 81x105 size, for English Prints, color fast, 7 yds. for __. Blankets, wool mixed and cotton, 70x90 and72x84 $1 $1 $1 $1 Rayon Pajamas Clever new styles hi two and three color eombina- 1 tions. Values to $1.50 for ONE DOLLAR SILKxWOOL Dresses Final Clearance Prices Three Big Groups An excellent selection of silk and wool dresses in desirable styles and made from quality materials. Values $9 AC to $8.95. Final Price **••"* In this group there are dresses taken from our regular .stock of the $11.75 quality. Smart styles in both dark and high colors. $C AC Final Price _________ J - J " 1 One large rack loaded with smart styled silk and wool dresses, including values to $10.95— $0 AC Final Price ________ °«» F « I Outing Flannel Standard qiiality, 36 in. width out- 1 ing flannel in both light and dark | colors. 10 yards for ONEDOLLAB Welcome We extend a hearty welcome to the Creamery Day visitors.

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