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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, march 15,1934 Council of P. T. A. Meet— The County Council of the P. T. A held a meeting at. the Good Hope ehurth with the P. T. A. organization of tlnoin township No. ? as hostesses Representatives from Algeria, Titonka 9wea City and several rural schools ttfere present. Several vocal solos were swag by Rev. Wood and instrumental selections were given by Mrs. Gene Neville, pianb, Glenn Raney, cello, arid Bev. Hueiser, violin. A talk on Obedience In the Home was given by Supt. Marten of Laurens. Annual election ol officers of the county council was held with the following results: Mrs. Craven of Tltonka, president; Mrs. Ed Oen- rlch of Algona, vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Gross of Union township No. 7, treasurer; Mrs. Ida Richardson of Al- gpna, secretary. Mrs. Roy Budlong, the out-going president, was the first president' of the county council and has taken an active Interest in the organization. D. A. R. Goest Day— The D. A. R. held Its guest day meeting in the club room of the Library Tuesday afternoon. The speaker was Dr. Wm. Baddetey of LuVerne who gave a most interesting and Instructive lecture on pottery and chinaware. He illustrated his talk by showing pieces of Jasper wedgewwd and other kinds of rare English ware and explained how each kind was mcde. He also Showed how to distinguish between the high grade china and that of inferior quality. After his formal lecture he was kept busy for more than an hour in answernig questions and Judging pieces of china brought by the Indies Refreshments were served by (he hostess committee consisting of Mcedames Mattle Falkenhainer. Trllla Patterson and Carrie Bourne. About eighty ladies were in attendance. W. C. T. U. Annoal Gocst Day- Members of the W .C. T. U. held their annual guest day meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jessie Dal- Fotir Hostesses FrW»y— Bertha Kuckenreuther, Inez Potter and Georgia Carmean of Bancroft were hostesses Friday evening at a bridge party given at the Algona hotel. A color scheme of green was used ih the decorations. Bridge was played at seven tables with first prize going to Delia Welter and second "" Table prizes went Mrs. Bob Larson to Mrs. Cliff Aalfs. to the following: Mrs. Cliff Frane. Mrs. O. D. Shum!way, Mrs. Carl Pearson, Eleanor Backus, Philomeha Quinn, and Bernadlne Barnes. I7n|on Alethean Meeting— The Union Aletheans of the 4-H club held a meeting Saturday. March 9. at the home of Mary OeraMine MeEvoy. The meeting was called to order by the new president. Lucille Dearths, who is also county historian and roll call was answered by "My Favorite Meat." New material on canning was given out to Hie girls by their leader and the canning of vnrlotis tneats was discussed by the girls. A verr delightful lunch closed an Interesting awl meeting. F. K. O. Efoct OfTtcirs— Wedding Anniversary Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary last Sunday. They were married on March H, 192S, at Sioux City. A delicious six o'clock dinner was served to Hazel and the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. August Becker and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. The evening was spent in visiting and by enjoying the musical entertainment given by Henry Pecker and Mrs. Will Becker. Benefit Bridge Party— A benefit bridge party was given on Saturday afternoon by the Campflre girls at. the Kenneth Mercer home. The first prize went to Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and second prize to Miss Leona Krantpe. Following the bridge playing an entertainment was presented by the Camp- flre girls and they reported their activities. A lunch was then served. PriMMb Svprise Mrm. Monhix— Mrs. D. D. Monlux was surprised on Saturday afternoon by a group of friends who gathered at. her home in noservance of her birthday which she celebrated that day. The afternoon was soent Informally In visiting and a lunch brtwgfct by the guests was scrtrd la>Vr. La«m Tie Omftwtera— A frowp of fourteen members of the j teuton Auxiliary met at the home of Members of >h? P. 1? O >»** ****hw * Mrs V V. Haudain Thursday afternoon of officers at thrir las* tnffUnt WWI- f j T. P. Harrington. Th*T *w as MJflW: iww ewnftvrters which were SKss vert. Mrs. Nftndaln was assist- WESLEY NEWS . prcsident, Mrs. Vera ChrtJtwwn: rw* , <\1 by Mrs. U M- MwrrlM >re$ldent, Mrs. Alice CV«n>t» <wr«*- ponding srwtJM-T. Mrjv Bmfly C*rtss*s; j Pww TftMts *t ziel. Those In charge were Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Ids. Flora Gabriel and Mrs. Young. Attorney H. W. Miller talked on the New Liquor Control BUI and several soloa were, sung by Mrs. A. R Michel. Questions were then asked of Mr. Miller on his subject. A large attendance was present at the meeting. Child's Study Club- Members of the Child's Study club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. B. P. Richardson. recording secretary. Mr*, trw* CJhris chilles; treasurer. Mrs, V1t*nH» ans; chaplain. Mrs. T, P. guard. Mrs, Helen Dk*SnsM» Mr*. K. McMahon was the »-*nt-<pniriR pw>fi dtnt. Centenary Class Party— The Orotenary class of the Metho dirt Sunday School heid their regular monthly meeting at a 6:30 supper Monday evening at the church, with Mrs. C. W. Davenport acting as chairman Over seventy-five were present. St, Patrick decorations were used and the idea was also carried out in the program and entertainment which was under the management of Mrs. Adrian Burmeister. A very clever Irish reading was given by Mrs. L. J. Malueg. W. R. C.— The James C. Taylor W. R. C. will meet at the Legion hall Tuesday, March 20. This will be one of the regular ses- iions and all members are urged to be present. Call Theatre IINClAlt IIWII Algona, Iowa Friday, March 16th A whole generation of America for you I The story of an independent woman. New News and Ely Culbcrtson hi "What Not £o Do at Bridfe" Saturday, St. Patrick'* Day, March 17 On tHe stage— TKU Reardon Sist ers In a St. Patrick's Day Program of Music. On the Screen—Lionel Barrymore 'This Side'of Heaven" Ely Culbertson in -What Not to Do at Bridge" nomi HllliHYIIIOlU THIS SIDE HEAVEN Scrappy Colored Silly Symphony Wolf Dog Serial Sun.-Mon., Mar. 18-19 The outstanding musical of 1934 Ramon Novarro Jeannette MacDonald in "THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE" Colored Silly Symphony New News On the Stage— Reardon SUter* in Musical Program Tuesday, March 20 Bank Deposit Night John Barrymore in "LONG LOST FATHER" Junior feature program. Box office open 6:15 .show starts 7:15. Wed., Thurs., Fri., March 21-22-23 to you at movie prices SCANDALS A r*rty w»s held last Thurs- «j u*. home pf Mr. and Mrs. Pewh, Fw»r tables were enjoted won men> high O. Stehpnvwn wnn Wayn* «rtd Mis. K. f«r the ladies. won the trawl prtte. Mrs, Wm. t>»u Mrs. Part DMUM BM*O»— Mrs. Paul Danson was hostess to her bridge club Monday afternoon. First prize went to Mrs. Leslie Samp. The guests of the dub were Mrs. Carl Walker and Mrs. Wallace McDougall. Bridge Clrt at Falkenhalner home- Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer entertained tier bridge club Monday afternoon. Tabe prizes were given to the following: Mrs. E. A. Scheme], Mrs. T. H. Chris- chilles and Mrs. Roy Keen. Dinner Party Monday- Mrs. W. P. French entertained at a seven o'clock dinner party Monday evening. Bridge played at two tables followed with Mrs. J. L. Bonar recelv- ng the high score prize.,' Fifteenth Birthday Observed- Craig Vincent was given a birthday urprise party by his classmates at his lome Friday afternoon. Each guest brought refreshments. This is Craig's fifteenth birthday. Mrs. W. D. Howie Hostess— The Idle Hour bridge club was enter- anled Thursday at a one o'clock luncheon by Mrs. W. D. Howie. Bridge was played in the afternoon at three tables with prizes going to Mrs. G. H. Free, Mrs. W. G. McCullough and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Baptist Mission Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. John TJrch. Mrs. John Wheelock will fie in charge of the lesson. oenerleve Hartshorn T Genevieve Hartshorn entertained her bridge club Monday evening. High score prize winner was Lucille Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch of St. Joe were visitors at the home of her cousin, Mrs. J. T. Meurer and family on Friday afternoon. Sister M. Lydla presented her twelve pupils of the second trade in a rhythm clan recital at the parochial school on Sunday afternoon. Miss Hedwig Biehter, student at the Hamilton University at Mason City, spent tfie week end at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rlchter. Clarence Haverly who is a student In the dairy department at the Iowa State College at Ante* spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly. Mr, and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and family were church attendants at the Lutheran ohurch at Seneca Sunday and were entertained at the home of friends for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Seefeld are treating Uielr many friends to a wedding dance this week Tuesday night at Woden. A number of friends in the Wesley territory attended. Harley and Evelyn Haynes drove to Mason City Friday where Harley transacted business while Bvelyn spent her time visiting at the Mercy hospital, where she w.as « student nurse. Miss Margaret Flom, senior student at St, Olaf College, arrived home on Saturday for three weeks and began her pracUpe teaching of Bnelish in the local public school Monday morning. Rev. I, c. MeNulty. Mrs. Ole Flom, Mrs. Fred Bentele. Mrs. Silas Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and Joseph attended the Sunday School conference held at the Baptist church, at Bancroft Friday. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary wffl be held on Thursday night with Mrs. Kate Kennedy as hostess. The Hag code will be studied as part of the unit's work under Americanism,. Mrs. Tom Nelson of Clear Lake vis- Ited at the home of Tom's parents on Wednesday and took occasion to drive on to Algona where she visited Mrs, Theron Hanson and infant son at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gannan are the :he parents of a son born March 1st. The little fellow was brought to holy Mptism Sunday and received the name Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Carman were his sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan and «r. and Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., drove o Algona where they visited at the home pf Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons who on that day celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Irwin Haynes who submitted to an operation at the Mayo hsppltal four weeks ago, returned home "Wednesday eeling much better. However, he plans o return to the hospital in another five or six weeks for a check up. The Ollie Slagle family have moved heir farm and household equipmsnt o a farm near Iowa Falls, and the arm vacated by them is now be'nn oc- •upicd by the Charles Bunting family from the Titoneka-Woden territory. Wesley Man HI With Ga* Poison Wesley: Oliver Tfoaag who assisted W. A. Fischer on the county road project, became violently ill the fore part of last week and was rushed to the Kossnth hosolMl where U was decided that he was suffering from gas poisoning. Re and a group of men were at work at the county shed when he was overcome. His condition proved favorable for his departure for home the latter part of the week where he Is coming along nicely. IRVINCrTON NEWS Owners of Delinquent Licenses Are Warned A drive on owners of vehicles with delinquent licenses was threatened this week by the state motor vehicle department. The drive is slated to start on Monday, March 19. According to a communication received by M. J. Duffy, county treasurer, the department feels it necessary to take action. All cars with delinquent licenses will be ordered from the roads, and their drivers and owners will be subject to fines. Bitten by Dog Mrs. Pickard of Plum Creek township was recovering this week from the bite of a mad dog. The animal was seized with an attack of rabies and bit her last Friday. The animal also attacked Mr. Pickard, but he managed to kick it away. Eighty-seven children in the public and parochial schools were vaccinated or small pox Friday morning and af- ernoon by Dr. F. L. Adams, who was assisted bv Mrs. Ann M. Kunz Mrs Helen Johnson and Mrs. Edna Flom of he Auxiliary. The local Congregational and Meth- Jdlst churches are uniting for a series >f meetings which will begin next Sunday evening at 7:45 and continue for a week ending on Palm Suday. Rev. Nelson and wife c£ Minneapolis will be present to conduct the meeting assist - ma Seaberir, who will be 93 years old this fall has been an Invalid for the oast three veers and at all times seems I oatknt and cheerful, remembering her nearest and dearest frinds in her .daily thoughts and prayers. She Is made comfortable an4 happy by the constant care of her daughter, Marie. Mrs. John Campbell was on the sick list last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen vUited Tuesday evening at Che Denard Swan home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and family spent Sunday evening at the Tom St. John home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton spent Sunday with Mrs. Denton's father, Wm. Haack, at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger and daughter visited Sunday evening at the John Saunders home. Nels Christensen and Gladys Buer- klos spent the week end at the home of Miss Buerkias in Pelia. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Basset* and daughter. Joyce visited at the A. T. Paulsen home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy are the proud parents of a B'/b pound baby boy. This makes them a family of 4 boys and 4 girls. The Modern Mixer club held a card party at the Curtis Ol&en home Friday evening. Delicious lunch was served late in the evening. The Modern Mixer club held a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marinas Nelson in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olson. Maurice Jensen was a Sunday dinner guest at the George Patterson home. Maurice is employed at the Albert Willrett home near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hansen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hendrictem and family of Ring&ted and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peterson were Sunday visitors at the O. R. Patterson home in honor of Uwir 20th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Artnur Heidenwith and bwto children, Lillian and Ellsworth, Lloyd WaOker of Wbittemore, Mrs. Emily Heidenwith and two grandchildren, Emily and Eleanor Heidenwith of LotU Creek. Mr. and Mrs. RusseU Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons of Lone Rode visited at the Henry Kueck home Sunday evening. «,, Si. Berataen. and Rev. C. McNulty. The meetings will be held In the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer vacated the Qrewster residence the latter pan of ast week and Is this week being made ready for occupancy by the Earle Punke family. Mr. Punke has a nice herd of dairy cattle and plans to continue the k service to his patrons in Wesley. f William Neuroth family formerly >f Sexton have taken possession of the farm vacated by the Punke family. Miss Josephine Qlrrja, teacher of the the Ben SchrauUi No. 8 school, was indisposed the past week and as a result the school children enjoyed the enforced vacation of a week's duration. Two of the DUDlls, Darl and Cecil Snyder. sons of Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder, arrived at school Monday morning each sporting brand new 1934 models of new balloon tired bycycles which of course are the envy and admiration of their co-studenta. Other new bicycles evidently will follow. Members of the Upper Flat church entertained Sunday School teachers and officers of the three churches. Upper Flat, Britt and Wesley, at a seven o'clock dinner at title Jim Jensen home Friday night. Those from Wesley attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skew and Joseph, Mrs. Silas Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Flom and Anna, M>. and Mrs. Marion Paulson, Mrs. Henr> Fu.inem.-ult and Julius and Mr. and Mrs. A'-'guat Engrtrom. Mr. and Mrs. Heiman C«U son were unable to be present. Marie Beaberg ceworated one of her birthday anniversaries Sunday and a number of friends including Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom, Carl Starquist, Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson, Mrs. Henry Funnemark, Alma and Julius and Mrs. Silas Skow and Harold, happened in during the evening to wish her many more happy returns of the day. Grand- II your watch If out at order—« U tt to act toping perfect tin*, Mag tt to u. We havt the bdiincfc th* expert woriontn «nd tfa* atc- cttuy put* to give you tfa* blfb- ttf dan at wort toffthM wkb quick Mivic*. .. USE OUR -REE SERVll ICE W« wtll kw pk*ttd to buffet and mulite your watch wttlnul chaig*. Wi ifxcUMu to Wifrt Wehler's Jewehry Storu Phone 240 Algona THE HOST MODER.M AND COMPLETE WATCH REiMR. SEJLVICE IN THE CITY... O. L. Miner has be«n among thorn suffering from the flu the last several days. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe attended a card party Friday evening at Lu- Verne. Mrs. R. M. Gardner is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Raney. Ralph Brown was reelected school director at the Parsons school on the Airline. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burtis entertained last Friday evening at a dancing party. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanohard visited Saturday with Mr.. Blanchard's bt other at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cairy visited the past week at Harry Seeley home. The Calrys are' now residing at Waterloo. Approximately sixteen members and guests were present last Wednesday at the Friendly Hour club which was so graciously entertained by Mrs. Peter Haisrud of Riverdale. Ed Rist accompanied by M. J. Poole of Algona was getting signers in Irv- Ington township last Monday Wteir- noon for the state game reserve working on the east side of the Des Moines river. Mrs. LyJe Steele, nee Alice Carrol, former resident of the south Irvington neighborhood, but now residing In West Chicago, visited here a few days last week. She came to attend the Wernert funeral. < Harry Dltsworth and Mrs. Mabel Wesley of Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of their brother, Frank Ditsworth. Mrs. Ditsworth has not fully regained her strength as yet after suffering from a severe attack of the flu. Mrs. Chas. Egel was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when a number of her friends called for the occasion of celebrating her birthday. Those who came were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen and daughter, Bernloe, Wayne and Ray Wlckwire, Vivian Miler, Cleone Wooster, Everett Bowman and Ernst Egel of Algona. The even- ng was spent informally with lunch being served at; ft late hour. SEXTON NEWS OS Mrs. Laura Francis and son Morris, spent Saturday of last week In Corwith, siting wtth hW other children. Mrs. Druslll& Noble returned home Saturday evening from near Britt where she had been nursing the past week. Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield were Friday atfernoon callers at th« home of Mrs. Fred Plumb. Mrs. Homer Anderson and little son, Richard of Algona were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of her mo- thet, Mrs. Ida May Harris. The Sexton Ladles Aid meets this week Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ida May Harris here in town. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Johnson and Children of Ollmore City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Offie Kh-schbaam end children of near Crystal UUte were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. WTltam Kirschbaum. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sanders returned home last week Sunday from Mason City where they Had spent the week end at <the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and three children and Mrs. Laura Francis were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wiseman who live northeast of Wesley. Miss Edith Greenfield suffered a badly burned hand Saturday while putting cobs in the stove. She picked up the hot stove cap lifter burning the palm of her band severely. John Wermersen, ST., of Algona was a visitor and dinner guest Monday at ;he home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family. Mrs. Steven Is a daughter gf Mr. Wermersen, Insurance Co. Buys 79,000 Lbsi, Clover Swea City: 79,000 pounds of sweet clover seed has been shipped here and will be used by the Metropolitan Insurance Co., for their numerous farms n this vicinity, and win be used as a fertilizer crtp. Legion Members Invited An invitation to members of «» Ai- gona tegon *x*t to attend A meeting ,of the Mason City post, at « ottook, has been received hew. It is the Ma- City post's birthday party, and ac- tbei announcement, "OM Mcy is the limit," 4-H School Monday A girls' 4-H training school will beheld Monday, March IB, in the l*gton hall hare. A similar ****(«*,»*? north half of tile county witt »**eM Tuesday at the Bancroft puMlo schopL Here are wash day specials at wash- carload* of soap for rsary Sale mak« these prices possible. Napfttha, 8H tot, tt bars. iftc-CocoaHardwater,6 9c-Health Boaj», 3 b»rt * Floating, 10 bars l»c—IJ«ht Cleanser, 3 cans 6c. C. & JOHNSON Specials Bed Pitted Cher- CC- ries, No. 10 cans -.«*»»• Thousand Island - 1JJ« Relish, pint jar __ lin '" Pumpkin, large can Fancy Cookies, 10 kinds, 2 Ibs. —. Our Own Coffee, 2 Ibs. in qt. Mason ja Yellow Wax 1A r Beans at 1WC Pure Sorghum, fifl*. 1 gallon wc Pork & Beans 1 A- large can 1V ^ The STEWART-WARNER .ItlllffllllTlH ARE YOU READY For the Easter Parade Mrs. Dailey has just returned from a month's stay in New York and is prepared to make you look four best for any occasion. You must make many changes In your beauty this spring. We still Itave a few appointments open before Easter—better call now. Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shop Phone 803. 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