The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 4
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The Algona tipper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1,1934 JMrtMlay Ttttttfre f»rty— .Bitty; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phfflp KoMhww, etttertotoed a group of MX gW friends Thtnsday evening irt honor of her Mrthday which she celebrated that day. The girls attended the movie at ttw Call Theatre and following that west to the Kohlhaas home where they enjoyed A lunch, the £uwts were Pauline lender, Prances Ann Zittrttsch, Rownn- Holtzbauer, Mary BHtey, Eileen Aman and Joan Tables Bridge— Mrs. A. T. Twefii entertained at two tables of bridge Thursday evening. Mrs. John Frankl was awarded first Jrtse and Mrs. O. w. Eriekaon received low prise. Mrs. Hans Johannsen of Waverly was an out of town guest present. Joint Hi Mrs. John Kller and Lillian Bellinger were hostesses Saturday evening at a party at the John Regatty home In Algona. Between twenty-five and thirty guests played cards and danced during the evening. A luncheon was served later. PrMbyterian Ch*>— The Presbyterian Westminster Gull Circle will meet Saturday afternoon a three o'clock at 'the church. Dart Jones will be the hostess. Devotionals will be by Ermadine Hanson and chap ter five of the study book will be given by Edna Carroll and Sheldon Jacksor by Louise Smith. The Presbyterian Light Bearers wil meet at the church on Saturday a 1:30 o'clock. Bridge Party Wednesday- Mrs. Victor Lowe, Mrs. Alma Pear son and Mrs. Ray McCorkle were host esses at a bridge party last Wednesda evening. Quests played bridge at si tables and Mrs. Marguerite Kenefiek received first prize. Second prize was received by Mrs. Joel Herbst and Ine Potter was given the time prize. A tw course luncheon was served. Clot) Meets at Bliley Home- Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Bliley entertain ed their bridge club last Thursday ev ening. First prices for the men anc ladles was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. W A. Barry respectively. C. L. Bliley re celved the travel prize. JVWWVWW SHOES--Just Received A'large Shipment of Early Spring Styles 'Ladies' Pumps, Straps and Ties $2.46 to $6.00 <( ^ti8^ej3 and.Children's Straps and Ties $1.00-$3-00 -'Men's Oxfords, variety of styles —$2.46 to $9.00 Boys' and Youths' Oxfords $1.00 to $3.60 Satisfactory Wear. Dependable Service. Browncll Shoe Co. Call Theatre AJgona, Iowa Thursday and Friday, February 1-2 PAUL MUNI GLENDA FAKRELL NED SPARKS Saturday Double Feature, February 3 FRANCIS LEDERER New York OUy matinee Idol ELISSA LANDI in "MAN OF TWO WORLDS" Also Last Chapter of Tarzait Serial Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Feb. 4-5-6 Matinees every day. Midnight shows every night at 11:30. Organise, midnight Eddie Cantor, parties and drive 75 miles if necessary. ECLIPSING THE GLORY THAT WAS ROME! EDDI CANTO IN THE SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRODUCTION OF ROMAN SCANDALS ~T-£ RUTH ETTING GLORIA STUART DAVID MANNERS and the Goldwyn Cirlt fu Lnit«d ArtUu American There will be a Joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary at the Legion hall Friday night «t 8 p. m. The following program has been prepared by Mrs. EmUy Orlggs: music by the Legion orchestra and string trio; talk on Education for Americanism by Supt. O. B. Laing; humorous reading by Alice Rlst; selection by double trio. This will be followed by luncH; cards and dancing. Mrs. Susie Bockes' division is in charge. The American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a drive for good used cloth- Ing or material which can be made' over by the CWA workers. A large quantity of clothing is needed. Anyone having any donations, please call Mrs. V. V. Naudain, Mrs. A. H. Stock, Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. Theo. Larson, Mrs. Henry Becker or Miss Leola Zelg- ler and same win be called for Wednesday, February 7th. Mrs. Leo Spilles and Mrs. M. T. McOuire entertained the American Legion Auxiliary at a ntdio sewing party Friday afternoon. The time was spent in sewing on a quilt to be used in welfare work. A very Interesting and educational program on Legislation was heard from Ames. Dainty refreshments were served. Forty-sixth Wedding Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Cook celebrated their forty-sixth wedding anniversary last Wednesday evening in the company of their children and families. They are: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton and children of Cresco township, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Schlchtl and children of Irvtngton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook. They gathered at Cook's Wayside Inn. which is owned by Mr and Mrs. Russell Cook, and there they spent the evening in visiting' and play. Ing cards. Later in the evening an oyster ctew suppei wms served. Party at Ratal— Mrs. CUT Franc. Mrs. George RJbert and Miss Bemadine Burnt* were bast- esses at a bridge party Friday evening. Twenty ladies spent the evening pUy- ing bridge and Mrs. Kermit received first prte Mrs. Victor Lowe won second prttes. Mrs, Floyd Saunders the low priae and the heart prize went to Mrs. Opal Morrison. The color scheme was carried out in red an, white. Mrs. R. W. B««4cr Surprised— A croup of friends surprised Mrs. R. W. Boeder on her birthday Sunday ev- nlng. Bridge was played at- three bles and James Watts received first >rize. Low prize was received by Mrs. 'red Powell and Roy Roeder received the travel prize. A lunch which was rought by the guests, was served lat- r. arewell Party for Two- Mrs. Karl Wester and Mrs. Russell Veaver were honored at a farewell par- last Wednseday afternoon given by •Irs. T. H. Klrsch. Mrs. Weaver won he high score prize and table prizes ent to Mrs. Sam Medin. Mrs. Jim doore and Mrs. Charles Barrickman. uests at Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrickman. Dr. M. O. Bourne and R. B, Waller were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James tfoore, last Wednesday evening, at a dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Ortonvlllc, who visited here for several days last week. •IE. T. -W. Cl«> Metito— Mrs. George Yager entertained the E. T. W. club last Wednesday afternoon. Members played bridge and first prize was awarded to Mrs. Bert Cronan, low prize to Mrs. R. .W. Roeder and travel prize to Mrs. Neda Palmer. Baptist Ladles' Aid— The Baptist Ladles' Aid meets on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. H. Taylor, who will be assisted by Mea- dames Irving Urch, Lauren Larsen, and Ray Barton. The church is serving * paid supper Saturday, February 3rd. Dinner Party Monday- Mrs. F. E. Sawyer entertained guest* at a 6:30 dinner party Monday. Bridge was played during the evening and table prizes were given to the following: Mrs. M. J. Strelt, Mrs. W. P. French and Mrs. L. M. Merrltt. Mrs. A. E. Kmensky Hosteaa— Mrs. A. E. Kresenaky entertained her bridge club at her home Monday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Hauberg receiving the first prize. Mrs.' M. J. Streit and Mrs. H. M. Smith were the guests of the club. Cub Meets with Frances Winkel— Members of the Girl Friends club m<:t last Thursday evening with Frances Winkel. Following a short business meeting the remainder of the evening was spent socially. The next meeting will be held at the home of Kathleen Holtzbauer. Aiutua* Birthday Party at Chweb— An annual birthday party was held at the congregational church last Tuesday evening with about 100 In attendance. This ww sponsored by two circles of the Ladles' Aid and was a unique affair, especially so because, the date of the party coincided With President Roosevelt's birthday anniversary. There were twelve tables and each was decorated in accordance with * month of the year. Each table ww presided over by a hostess, one of the most outstanding tables was for the month of January. A huge stuffed paper Blue Eagle dominated the table and formed the center piece and other decorations were carried out along the NBA line. Guesto present paid a penny for each year of their age and $75.01 wen taken in. An interesting program followed. A play, "It Sometimes Happens" was „ presented by Alice Rist and John Mom. bridesmaid, yer; another very amusing play which kept the spectators in gales of laughter was also presented with the aid of two umbrellas. J. L. Sonar gave a ten minute talk on "Roosevelt" and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn played two organ numbers. BANCROFT COUPLE OBSERVE SOTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel Were Wed in 1884 at New Vienna, Iowa Bancroft: PUty years ago, Monday in 1884, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Schemmei were married. Father Pap*. 2<»w Rt. Rev. MBgr. Fape officiated at tt» wedding which took place in St. Boniface church. New Vienna. Dnbuoue County. Iowa. His brother. Clem, was beat man and her sister. KtMbeth was Plum Creek Social Club— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club held their annual banquet at the Legion hall last Wednesday. Dinner was served to 80 members and guests following which there was a program which Included music by Rev. Hueser acotnpanied by his daughter; a reading by Esther Pratt; music by Mrs. Raymond McCorkle: talk on "American Legion" by Rev. Hueser and a play, "Donated by the Club" by members of the club. The dub will sponsor a benefit card party and dance Feb. IS at the Legion Hall. The program, includes cards, dancing and lunch. Third Academy party— The third of a series of four parties at the academy was held last Monday evening, and Was sponsored by the young people of the St. Cecelia's parish. Those preeent played cards at 40 tables. In bridge, Mrs. James Elbert and Webster Glllespie received first price and In five hundred. Sylvaria Haupert and Lawrence Peffer received first prices. Following the lunch, a dance was held and was attended by a large ciowd. The last Dirty will be given next Monday evening with the following committee j Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Spitles. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mr. and Mre. Chas. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mc- ttahon. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roethler, and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skilling. Gilbrides' 18th Anniversary— A group of friends gathered at the lome uf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbride Sunday evening of last week, he occasion being the couple's eigh- eenth wedding anniversary. Cards rrre played during the evening and a ellcious luncheon brought by the guests was served later. Mr. and Mrs. Gil>ride were presented with an electric Caster. lonor Pooches— Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham were I In host und hostess to a group of friends • Saturday evening in honor of the eleventh wedding anniversary of Mrs. Fred Pooch. There were sixteen guests. Mrs. Ann Fechner won the lady's high prize, nnd Ross Calhoun won the men's high. George Scuffham won the tra- I vel prize. Hostess to Five Tubloi— Bridge was played at five trtjtes on Monday evening at the home of Kathleen Holtzbauer. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Carl Pearson, second to Loralne Tlerney and low score prize to Meredith Lathrop. A delicious two- course lunch was served by the hostess. Club MeeU at Joynt Home— • Mrs. C. A. Joynt 'entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon Mrs. W. A. Barry wlnnnig high-•core prize. Second prize went to Mrs., DeZellar and Mrs. C. L. Bliley received the travel prize. Three Tables of Bridge— .Three tables of bridge were entertained Sunday evening by Mary Streit. First prize went to Mrs. C. L. Bliley, second to Mrs. C. A. Joynt. and Mrs, Josephine Stanton received the low score prize. Mn. Vincent Kleinpeter Hoctesa— Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter was hostess to four tables of bridge last Thursday evening. Mrs. Albert Granzow received first prize-and Mrs. Howard Hoenk was awarded low prize. Their anniversary wedding mass was read at eight o'clock after which a dinner was served the members of the family. Monday nltrht a dance w held In the Forester hall. There were around seventy to eighty guests invited who presented the aired couple with a purse. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmei have seven children: Joe of Manquota, Minn.. John of Raymond. Minn., Chas. of Ringsted, Iowa, Mrs. Bill Saunders of Mendota. 111., Edward of Bancroft. Amel of Bancroft and Hugo of Montevideo, Minn. There are fourteen grand children. New Plymouth at The Elbert Garage The new 1934 Plymouth Is now on display at the Elbert Oarage, Algona, and is being viewed by large numbers of people dally. A new principle of wheel action, and » change in the body design are the chief Improvement*, although there are many other adaptations of the latest engineering principle*. A four door sedan la now on the floor, finished In a dark, long tasting finish. The instrument panel Is now directly In front of the driver, and the seats are roomier and larger than formerly. ? MRS. MARYARNOLD SERVICE MONDAY Sister of W. H. Freeman Laid to Rest at Davenport; Was 86 Years Old Mary E. Freeman, sister of W. H. Freeman of Algona. was born in London, Canada. January 3, 1848, and died n Algona, Iowa, Jan. 26th, 1934, at the age of 86 years and 23 days. She was he daughter of William C. and Rebecca Freeman and was the oldest of a amily of ten children, all of whom besides the parents have preceded her death except two. Mrs. Lizzie E. Davis of Jamestown, North Dakota, and W. H. Freeman of Algona. Ou June 22nd, 1889 she was married o Chas. H. Arnold of Chicago at the lomc of her sister. Mrs. John Waters n Dewitt, Iowa. Her husband was a railroad man. She was a past noble grand of the Golden Link Rebekah lodge of Chicago and received the Degree of Chivalry. Until the time of her death £he warf a member of the Maple Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star and of the Past Noble Grand Circle of Scott Zedoka Rebekah lodge of Davenport. Her husband was killed in 1908 and soon after this she returned to the old home at Davenport and lived with a brother and two sisters until December, 1925, when she came to Algona and made her home with her brother, Will and family for eight years, being cared for by Mrs. Freeman and Loula. She was taken to the Kossuth hospital, Jan. 23, where she died Jan. 26th as a result of pneumonia. When very young with her parent* and sister, Ellen she joined the Episcopal church hi Davenport. In Chicago she studied Christian Science and attended the services. In Davenport in her later years she and her sister, Myra, frequently attended the Seventh Day Adventist church in West Davenport and enjoyed reading literature. While in Algona with Mrs. Freeman, she attended the Seventh Day Adventist church regularly. Elder J. R. Nelson of Sioux City, preached the funeral sermon at the home in Algona on Monday afternoon Rofr.c l.cvrr v;.,;«r.cj such Ixjutv as th..i AtiJ Kow yuu'U howl when the IJoUwyn Gir!» make ruins of Rome . . . and a wreck out of EDDIE! Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Feb. 7-8-9 DINNER AT 'AMARU 01 * WALL AC* •IIKVl * ItoMl •AMYMORII (&J9MUNO lOWl" i JOHN •ARtYMOM rJIAN HARLOW |*LII TRACT !*iltill-tUClKI Tuesday, February 20 Is Bank Deposit Night. Register la Theatre Lobby and be ready for the *2SjOO each Tuesday night. Mo strings tied to this. Register in lobby of Theatre before Feb. 20. Monday, and Tuesday, February 12-13 Algona High School Auditorium at 8:15 The oustaading Theatrical went, of 1924. Kos&utu. Coualy musicians Victor Herbert's Comic Opera "THE FORTUNE TELLEK" Specials 25c 25c 19c 18c 25c Alaska Pink Salmon, 1 lb. can, 2 . Toilet Tissue, (j 'rolls for Dwarf its, pcrpkg Iowa Maid Pancake Flour, pkg. _. Cora, No. 2 size, 3 cans for Wax Beans, No. 2 size, 3 cans for __ Super Suds, per pkg. Big 4 Laundry Soap, 10 bars _— Young jBaby Beef by the quarter Complete line of Fresh ! Fruits, Vegetables and Meats. ; Top Price for Eggs. !ER.Sorensen&Co. Phones 138 and 139 We Deliver. Dinner GnwU Sunday— Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Tribon, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., 'were Sunday dinner giiests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber of Irving ton. New Deal Bridge Club— Ruth McKee entertained the New Deal bridge club Sunday afternoon. High score prize went to Charlotte Hilton. Irma Dee Phillips was a guest present. Bridge Club at Dinner Party- Mr, and Mrs. Abner Long entertained the twelve members of their bridge club Monday evening at a dinner party. Following the dinner, oridge was played. No Regular P. T. A. Meet— Because Dr. H. H. Anderson spoke before members of the P. T. A. last Wednesday evening there will be no regular meeting this coming Monday. One O'clock Duck Dinner- Miss Gusta Winlaie entertained a few of her friends Wednesday of last week at a one o'clock duck dinner. The afternoon was spent informally. Large Crowd at L. O. A. Meet— Seventy-five member* of the L. O. A. Sunday School clau met with Mrs. Abner Long Thursday night for a social evening. One o'clock Mrs. Floyd Saunders entertained a group of friends at a one o'clock luncheon Friday. Bridge was played during the afternoon at three tables. Mrs. Willard Riggenberg was hostess to her bridge club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Peter Waldron won the high prise. Mrs. Muckey'g division of the Metrf- odist Ladles' Aid is serving a 1:15 luncheon at the church Thursday, (today). CORYELL seta hie own prices! CORYELL la the great independent- net tied up with other oil companies. CORYELL gasoline aad oil price* are not fixed by agreement. CORYELL names his own pzicM—always under the big Trust. So flll up with CORYELL and save money! s Chicken BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday, Feb. 3rd Baked Chicken and Dressing Mashed Potatoes Baked Beans Salad Pickles Ice Cream and Cake mewlywed style) Coffee AdulU 35c Children 25c at 2:30 p. m. The boay ivenport (by tatvtma lowing a funeral *»«*• .,-.,„„ the Rtaekah lodge. •»« .*_!««>»» she will to t dale in a Stone marked with by nenelf **» Jubilee High School Auditorium Thursday " " BDYYOl]HCO\LNOW You can save oii Your Coal Bill By filling your coal bin with Anderson's good coal. Prompt delivery. A warm home as^ sures good health and a sunny disposition. Anderson Grain & Coal Phone 308 Algona, Iowa. 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