The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moiiiee, Algona, Mr. M*d Mrs. John H. Schueler o 'Bancroft announce the marriage o their daughter, Bnma EUen, to Ver rion easier, son of Mr. And Mrs. Grant CttSIftr of Algona. The wedding took place Wednesday afternoon, February Mth at the Immanuel Lutheran par sonage at Bwea City with Rev. Bay awnd O. Swanson officiating. Attend ants of the couple were Mr. and Schneider of Algona. the tsrlde was attired in a blue and white «llk crepe dress and carried bouquet of sweet peas and fuchsias. A six o'clock dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Guests of honor at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Simmons who celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. Mission Soctetjr Meeting— The Mission society of the First Lutheran church will hold a meeting at the parsonage next Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. SJostrand and Mrs. E. B. Sellstrom are hostesses. Hortws to Bridge dob— Mr* Peter Waldron was hostess to her bridge chib Monday afternoon. Th« arst prlw was awarded to Mrs. Leslie samp. »«ral Neighbor i Tuesday, February 27th, at the notne of Mrs. Andrew Oodfredsen. CUT RATE GROCERY Special Fellowship A special fellowship meeting of Prudence Lodge A. P. and A. M., will be held at the Masonic Temple Tuesday, February 27th at 7:30 p. m. This meeting is ordered by L. A. Larson. Grand Master of Masons In Iowa. The Idea is for every Master Mason In the state of Iowa to sit In lodge at the same hour. A short program Is being arranged by the local lodge after which refreshments will be served and an hour of fellowship follow. Every Master Mason living In Algona or vicinity Is requested to be present. Four Connty Meeting— The members of the American Legion and Auxiliary of Kossuth county will hold a meeting at Swea City Tuesday evening, February 27th. This will >c what. Is called a Four County meet- ng as Kossuth county has Invited the members from Palo Alto. Emmet and Winnebago counties to be present also. The main speaker of th« evening will be State Commander Lee Dust- r. Lunch and dancing will follow the program. These announcements are by County Adjutant Joe Bloom. Women's Cf«b FrMay— The Women's club will meet at the tbrary at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon with Mrs. H. D. Hutchins and Mrs. ~V A. Momyer as hostesses. Response 1 o roll call will be Famous Paintings., tie theme of the program is Artistic Expression in Iowa. Those appearing] on the program are Mr*. A. E. Michel, Mrs. M. C. Rice. Rev. A. S. Rueser, Jkrgaret Durant. Mrs. F. P. Klahr, | I Wesley, Bancroft, Whittentore Brides MR& EUGENB rcEtTBQ OP "•JgtjON *HOrV PteUu*d above are three recent brides of Kossuth county. Mrs. Victor Dau of Whlttemore U ttoe young lady underneath whose picture there is no name. This trio of charming brides adds to the already larro number of folks in this community who havd entered Into the bonds of matrimony during the past few weeks. The BWe s^irchers met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. t, E. Potter. Articles en Nancy Hanks. Lincoln and Washington were read and several songs were sung. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames J. M. Moore, Jess Wtlley. J. W. Sigabee, E. J. Oilmore and Mary Runchey. Bridge Club Meeting— Mrs. owen Nichols entertained her bridge club last Thursday evening. Mrs. J. W. Da* and Mrs. F. J. Stehle were guests of the club. First prise was awarded to Mrs. Glen MeMurray and Mrs. G. D. Brundage received the travel prize. Shower for Fata* Bride— A shower for Capltola Gould, a bride of this coming March, was held a week ago Sunday by Mrs. John Hanselman of Algona. Many useful gifts were pre sented to Miss Gould, and a very en Joyable time was had. Helping Hand Society Me<4— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet Thursday afternoon March 1st, with Mrs. George A. Conk- Hn. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Bert Mucfcey, Mrs. D. Efc Sheehan, Mire, Hugh Post and Mrs. Rebecca McDonald. | Entertain Bridge dab— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., were host and (hostess to their bridge club Monday evening. First prises for men and ladles went to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dalley and James Watts receiv ed the travel price. Adrian Sterling Wins "Bank Night" Award Adrian Sterling, Algona, held the right number, Tuesday night at the Call Theatre. As a result, he receive* an award of $25, cash. It was the firs! of a series of bank nights. About 8,000 names have been registered. Each person whose number is drawn is eligible for the cash award; the only rule is that they must be in the theatre or waiting outside to get in, at the time of bhe drawing. Mayor C. P. Specht handled the drawing on the theatre stage. f^mmff 9>» «. m *<ru*«»M*<* «mjo* f . r. fkliuu, I •' Mrs. H. K. Woodward of Whittemore _ . . ,«.. ,^_ • and Mrs, V. H. Coffin. | We<l ** U*e* Brown Chwrch— Valentine Party Wednesday— L. F. Rice, owner of the Algona Bak- Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard enter- Dtuner-BrMre Party— eI T> stote * march on his friends Tues- tained their bridge club last Wednes- Mrs. FJoyd Sannders and Mts. W 2MJ!£? *?%? ^.E?^, u * ****•*• **» 2S, ewflln * •» » Valentine party., , _ ^"Z__. < T u . l ~ <a ? f™ "V«- w -1 married at the Little Brown Church to Bridge waa played at three tables and (is the teacher. Pie SodaJ— A pie social will be held In District No. 7, Fenton township, two miles •oujh »nd one mile west of Lone Rode on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 8 o'clock. La- P. «re hoes a »e and Saturday 49 lb» 49 Ibs, iLucky Boy 24 83c Mother's Best, 40 Iho 49 Ib8. gn. I *•""*•" ™* "" *•«*» **.,„», _. vr , u vu*wu w I —•««— O v T>m» j*tv»jvu f»tr MlfCC MHJ1OB IftUU ** Elsie Banker of UtchfleM. Nebraska, in Mrs. Wlllard Rlnggenberg received the *"f « double ceremony in which the bride's I ladles first prize. Men's first prize went Tcn I sister, Erma Banker and Robert M. GUI I to Henry Johannsen, Jr. Glen Roland of UtchfleM were also wed. Rev. A. I received the travel prize. Besa Agard lish of Algona read the ceremony. I of Toledo, Ohio, sister of daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, and L. a guest of the evening. Wire' Va3enan7c5oVMd"d«oraUo'nII C - Blaaaa *«* witnesses, and Mrs. I we«use<L * decomions Loss also played the Lohengrin wedding Bemlce Storm I march. ' TtTln.J-1.- d><«4*l.^*_ I » ****" ^ C *' W **° 1* *^ e memoers Entertatnea— I field postmistress wore a . Twelve faculty members were en- blue georgette and her sister I tertalned Saturday evening by Mr. and fuschla colored velvet. I Mrs. J. F. Oveimyer at a bridge par- Mr. and Mrs. GUI will live in Rock- jty. Kenneth Mercer received high I well City where they will manage the [score prise and travel prize went to I new bakery which Mr. Rice recently I Mrs. Adrian Burmeister. Red decora- purchased. Uons were used and lighted tapers ad- Mr. and Mrs. Rice returned to Algona I H™Hn» LSJ!? 8 and provlded the only I Tuesday evening and were given a sur- I Algona bakery ai I dinner was served at Miss Bernlce Storm entertained her rldge ^^ Wednesday evening at her ** second high by "ridge Club Party— 7 . , cntcrtalned ***""' at hiri ™8 nest the >°" «° r « ** are Mother's Best, 93c at Tne Past Matron's club of the East' • ™^^^,» of her bridge club Tuesday I to f ^e occasion. The Rices will be at afternoon of last week at three tables ho™ in the Elke apartment, '—bridge. Mrs. W. A. Barry dancing at 8. Omar, 49 Ibs. $1 — r -, at 8 o'clock and Drawing for the quilt. . * toe ktad witeout a guarantee SfJ^f .°» *** »»«• We stand oewnd this flour as well as the miner, satstfactlon or your money back. * Busiest Little Store in Town Joint Hostessea Sunday— Mrs. Robert Larson and Hazel potter were Joint hostesses Sunday even- Ing at a bridge party held at the former's home. Guesta played bridge at four tables and first prize was aw| arded to Cliff Aalfs. George Free received the low prize. The Child's Study club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Milton Norton and Mrs. O. W. 8till- man had charge of the program. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Feb. 21-22-23 Thursday matinee 2:30. Janet Oaynor and Lionel Barrymore in "CAROLINA" Saturday Special, February 24 Super— show. Dick Barthelmess, Ann Dvorak and Claire Dodd in "MASSACRE" ° f Yippy - Wolf and Two Reel All Sun.-Mon., Feb. 25-26 Matinees 1-3; night 5-7-9. The wild fierce song of love. Savage Rythm. and Sally Rand in her famous World's Fair Fan dance. Sensation of it iisatioas. Also New News. Laurel and Hardy in "DIRTY WORK." Tuesday, February 27 Bank Deposit Night ZANIBREY'S J A t And Muiical "Sitlm' on the Backward Fence." Vuaplume Act, -'Hie \IUU West," Vitaphone act, "Movie Memories." Wednesday, February 28 or Call Theatre for complimentary "THESE THIRTY YEARS" Motor Mania-Old Mill Streum.-Hollywood Parade. Thursday and Friday, March 1-2 Wm. Powell, Bette Davis, Prank McHugh and Vern Tea*dale in THE SCREEN'S FIRST GREAT LAUGH EXTRAVAGANZA OIK Sunday In their honor at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Johnson. IBiose present were Mr. and Mrs, John Johnson. Mr. and Mr* Lee HeUerodt, the ladies are twin sisters of Mrs. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley. tht former a son, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parson*. Mia. Johnson uid Mrs. Parsons ah» daughter* of the celebrating couple. / Mr. and Mrs. Kelley, who are now residing in the Rich Point neighborhood will move to the John CroweU farm south of Algona the first of March. District MeeUnr Soon— The Eastern Star instructor of District No. 2. Sister LaiXra Lenz of Mason City will be in Algona on Wednesday. February 28th. A special meeting is called for instruction at one o'clock promptly. In the evening a special meeting Is to be held at 7:30 to meet the Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Maude Bowers of Orient, Iowa, and all who wish to attend the luncheon at 11:45 at the Temple, please notify the secretary, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. by Monday, February 26th. Farewell Party Thursday— The eight ladles of the former Our Own bridge club gathered at the home of Mrs. W. H. Cummings Thursday evening at a farewell party for her. Mrs Cummings will leave for Des Molnes to join her husband who is already there, around Easter time. Bridge was played and Mrs. Frank Thorpe received high prize, Mrs. Cummings the second prize. Mrs. Cummings was presented with a farewell gift of a coffee table. Men's Forum Society— The members of the Men's Forum society will hold their regular meeting Thursday night at the Congregational church at a 6:30 supper. The supper will be served by Mrs. M. J. Pool's division. Covered Dish Supper— The members of the Presbyterian Men's club and their wives were enter, tahied at a covered dish supper Wednesday evening at the Dehnert Hotel. Honor Visitor— A dinner party In honor of their guest, Mrs. Joe Auncr of Des Molnes, was given by Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chris- chines Thursday evening with ten guests present. Bridge was played following the dinner and Mrs. Auner received the ladles high score prise and O. W. BtUlman receiving the men 1 * first Tentb Birthday Party— Celebrating his tenth birthday. Dean Lowe, son of Mr and Mrs Victor Lowe, together with four guests, attended the theatre Saturday afternoon. A lunch was then served to the boys at the Lowe home. Guests were Bobby Amunsen, Kenneth Hargreaves, Russell Crapser and Don Clapsaddle. Doan "500" Party— A five hundred party was held last Thursday at the Rudolph Larson home in the Doan neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellefson won the high prize for men and women. Mrs. Walter Anderson was awarded the travel prize and Mrs. John Hanselman took home the low score prize. Farewell Surprise Party— A surprise fareweQ party waa given Sunday evening for Walter Thllges at the Dingley farm where he has been fanning tihe past year, by his friends and neighbors. The evening was spent informally and a lunch was served at a late hour by the hostesses. DANCE Wednesday, Feb. 28 I. O. O. F. HALL Algona Bobby Griggs and las orchestra. JO GftlAt LAUGH Second only to FoOUght Parade (•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a Public Sale Saturday, February 24, at 1:00 P. M. Sharp Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona rtui. day and vin ** # ve a complete lirt for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture that we have offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or prtvite 1 brooder house 8 sides. 10 ft. in diameter, 4 wheel trailer 2 wheel traU«r electric hot plate, gravel box, 4 bbi. steel water tank Haves ' * s,r . Stewart posts and all kinds woven wire machine in good shape Cedar Steel gate and g-« engine. All kJnds of repossessed furniture consisting of chairs tables kitchen cabinets, dressers, beds, in fact enough complete anetcT 'furaSi five or sue rooms, including 1 Shaw piano. iunu*«u C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer Sale pavttoo out of C. * N. W. depot. List property with Jeese Riddle at the Ooryell Oil autlon. Ebon* 03 or auctioneer. ^ »^M»W ••» White's Ko. 10 Fruit Spedala' PEACHES, halves PEACHES, sliced __.._ PEARS, Bartlett APRICOTS PINEAPPLE crushed PINEAPPLE, broken .sliced RED RASPBERRIES RED CHERRIES BLACK RASPBERRIES _._ BLACK- BEKBTES „ WHITE CHERRIES _. 45c 48c 55c 58c 58c 55c 63c 52c 58c West Bend LegfoB Post— The West Bend Legion Post extends an invitation to the Legionnaires of Kossuth county to be present Thursday evening, February 22, at a stag party. All Legionnaires are cordially invited. Radio Sewing Party— The American Legion Auxiliary will be entertained at a radio sewing party Friday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Wm. Dau, 505 South Dodge street. Mrs. H. W. Edwards will be assisting host- Episcopalian Guild— The Episcopalian Guild will meet on aftenxxm «* *••. J. O. f. Price. Father Griffith, <* Davenport, will hold communion wf- vicc in churcH Sunday" morning, The O. E. Haynes of Peoria, HliiMa. are returning here In March to th« o. P. Haynes farm now occupied, by Om Qeorjre Koehns. For Better Glasses See _^ A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST First Door South Oil Theatre. » » » » Fill up the Coal Bin— k now what Peace of Mind really is There will be plenty of cold weather before spring/ so fill up your bin with Anderson's Good Coal and forget your coal worries. Order Now. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. PHIL STONG'S NEW PICTURE "These Thirty Years" FOUK SHOWS: 1 and 3 o'clock: 7 and- 9 o'clock Wednesday, February 28 —at the— CALL Theatre ALGONA You'll enjoy this picture. Written and produced for your entertainment. The story begins in a small country town of thirty years ago and builds an interesting life story of the average American—his experiences, ambition and adventures—bringing in the influence of economic, business and transportation changes—and its effect on the American business man. A GALAXY OF STABS YOU KNOW THEM Bobert Strange—You liked him in the "Smiling Lieutenant"—He pleased in "Homing Becomes Si ctra ' r ;r Hc ' 8 grcat in this "These Thirty Years." K -Sp 10 Lowe—Played the lead in 1 here's Always Juliet"—Was Jauded in "Camille" with Jane Cowl—He ia even better in this latest thrill packed drama— Don't miss this Frederick Forester—Played in such hits as "White Cargo," Animal Kingdom," etc., and performs superbly in "These Thirty Years"—You'll rfemem- ber it. Alice John—At the Theater Guild, for Arthur Hopkins and Charles Frohrnan she won acclaim-^ You'll agree this performance does her honor." And many other stars— Call at the Kent Motor Co. for complimentary tickets THEY ABE FBEE FOB THE ASKING Children must be accompanied by their parents for the evening shows. MOTOR CO. Phono 131

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