Algona Upper Des Moines, Monday, Feb. 26,1934 SENECA SCHOOL CARNIVAL HELD Money Turned Over for Use in Athletic Fund; Many Turn Out Famed Singers Coming Seneca: Thr carnival that was held e.1 Senwn consolidated IRS! Tuesday evening \v«.s well attended by every one. They luui a corn frame and Il^h nor.r! which was Uu nius: cntortuinincni. Hot riop* ond ciinriy wore nlso *olci Tin- Maxwell House Showboat quartette, known throughout the nation for their radio broadcasts, arc billed at >the Call Theatre as on added attraction on next Saturday, Sunday nad Monday's prog-ram. trailer load of furniture. Somehow the trnilir came off the car and ran into the ditch and knocked Later in the j down a telephone pole. Some of pvonlnp the basket,-* were sold. The money reccsvei! wtnt for the athletic fund. I the furniture was damaged quite a 1 JiUJc. Shower for I>«ik>ns A shower was (riven for Mr. and Mrs. Lr'lu Denton nt Sheldon Merrill homo. Eijiht. tablet of five hundred were> played. Mrs. Ralph Cnmpbd! won travel prize and Siebel Eohrcnd* won low. A lunch was served later in the evening. The younp rouplt received many beautiful gift*. Trailer Accident Mrs T, H. Doocy and son. James met witli aii «ceiriem la.st Monday west of Garner a.<; they were on their way home from Oedar Rapids with R Silver Gray Cafe Open All Night Special Rates To Students T. H. Doocy shelled corn for Swith Denton last Wednesday. Dean St. John was on the sick list the fore pan of last week Frank Van Dorstan is recovering from a severe case of jaundice. Ednn Struecker visited school last Tuesday. She was a graduate In 1933. Cdauda Voight spent Tuesday night with her friend, Ruby Paulsen. Bernice Jensen spent the last pan of the week at the T. H. Doocy home. Ruby Paulscn visited with her friend. Bernice Campbell Monday evening. Mrs. August Nelson visited a few days with friends nt Buffalo Center recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and family spent Monday at the A. T. Paulsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bassett spent Thursday evening at the Mrs. Johnson home. A. T. Paulsen and Prof. H. A Reyrnan were business callers hi Algona last Saturday. Virgil Moore twisted his knee out of joint last Wednesday while doing some butchering. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger and daughter, visited Thursday at the Carl Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Barley Hoeck and family spent Friday evening at the Mike Hendricksen home. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell and family of Penton visited at the G. Kracht home la&t Thursday. Mrs. Ok Johanson helped serve the aid at the Swedish Lutheran church at Swea City recently. Mary Lenihen is staving with her aunt, Mrs. J. D. Johnson of Halfa. Mrs. Johnson, who has been under the doctor's care for several weeks is gradually improving. Algona Coop. Creamery Phone 400 £8%&&Xixoaoey3xaKKi^^ Gets CCC Discharge Elbe Van Dorston, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Van Darston, ihas been honorably discharged from the CCC camp at Fort Des Moines and is now clerking in a meat and grocery store at Charles City. The store was recently purchased by one of the men In the regular army at Port Des Moines who obtained his discharre to operate the store. Ebe had made a good record with the CCC and was oni.> of a small per cent who obtained batter paviap jobs vihi!e with the group. Kent Motor Auto Exhibit Wednesday A showing of an extensive line of new model Ford cars will be held all day Wednesday at the Ken* Motor Co. in conjunction with a special showing of "These TCiirty Years,' a moving picture to DC presented at the Can Theatre at four shows on the same day. complimentary tic- kete to this picture may be obtained at the Kent Motor Co. Fred Kent stated that the entire garage would be turned over as a showroom for the new models, which will also include a truck commercial unit. Demonstrations and other features are on the program and visitors will be offered a chance to drive new models. A group of friends enjoyed a card party at the F. E. Baundeia home Sunday evening. CONOCO Tank Wagon Reduction Couoco reduces tank wagon prices on gasolines to two cents below service station prices. Call 91, Algona for your requirements on gasoline, kerosene, lubricating oils, etc. AERO SERVICE STATION Phone 91 E. H. "Wray, Manager f•••••••••••! C ALL THEATRE Algona After the Game! Monday, Feb. 26 and Sally Rand in her famous V/orld's Fair Pan Danoe. Sensation of sensations. Also New News. Laurel and Hardy in "DIRTY WORK". Tuesday, Feb. 27 Bank Deposit Night ZA A Paramount And Musical "Sittin 1 on the Backyard Fence." Vltaphone Act The Mild West," Vitaphone Act "Movie Memories." Wed., Feb. 28 "These Thirty Years" Also Selected Shorfe Thursday-Friday, ^archl-2 WM. POWELL in Great Heart Coal (Backed by an absolute guarantee) Cor NOIP on the Track F. S. Norton & Son Call 229 SWAGGER and WINDBLOWN STYLE SUITS Arc Correct This Season You'll like the smartness and practicalness combined in the suits this season. The materials and colors are many so that you may be sure to find in our large and varied stock a suit just to your liking. Priced at $12.95 and better Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STY1E CENTER .
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