The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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The Algona trpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, l&urch 22,1934 Party Given— Saturday afternoon, Mrs. E. a. Ely of Wesley was entertained at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Bell, the occasion being Mrs. Ely's birthday. The giiesfcs who came to help tihe honoree celebrate the day Included Mrs. Nannie Setchell, Mrs. Mary Runchey, Mrs Howard Morgan, Mrs. Thomas Douglas Mrs. Henry Douglas, Mrs. Clayton Sill, Mrs. W. J. Bell, Mrs. George Wesley, Mrs. Albert Metzger, all of Algona and Mrs. Ed Wlldln of West Bend An the day was St. Patrick's day, a color scheme of green was carried out In the luncheon. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent In a social way. 1*. T. A. Convention Last Friday— Delegates who attended the P. T. A convention last Friday at Fort Dodge ««•& ••«•«. »-* «-*. .-. , __ "w»^x, Monlux, Rev. A. S. P. Richardson and are Mrs. D. D. Hueser, Mrs. B -,..«, lui ,u,, »i, u Miss HatUe Wilson. Those who accompanied them were Mrs. A. E. Michel Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter Mrs A 8. Hueser, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Four outstanding addresses were heard given by Grace Sloan Overton of Terril G. A. Dale of Mason City, Dr Lee Travis of Iowa City, Dr. W. P. rx-ar- ng of Oakland City College at oak- land, Indiana. Members of the Child's Study club lng Tuesda y afternoon with Standard B«arer Birthday Party— A birthday party was given Friday night at the Methodist church by the Standard Bearer girls who were assist ed by their counsellor, Mrs. H. V. Hull A chicken supper was served to the guests at twelve tables which were decorated with Kbe twelve months o: the year. Each table was supervised by two girls. A short program was presented following the sunper. A large crowd was in attendance and the Standard Bearer girls wish to express their thanks to those present. Woman's Cinb Meeting— An especially attractive program ,.,.., been arranged for the Woman's club meeting at the Library Friday afternoon. A one-act play will be given un der the direction" of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. The cast Includes Alice Rlst, Josephine Murtagh, Helen Go?d<rs. Ka- herlne McCall. Leona Zeigler. Wom- m's club members are urged to at- end to enjoy the play and to be pre- ent at the annual business meeting of he organization. Fonr year Old Celebrates— Lois Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, observed h«r fourth birthday last Wednesday and in honor of the occasion, invited five smpll girls in for the afternoon. Gamrs were plnyed and the guwts colored with crayons, after which a lunch was served. 12 CHILDREN SURVIVE SWEA CITY PIONEER, AGE 71; FUNERAI John E. Pehrson Services Held; Interment in Harrison Cemetery Swea City: Funeral services for John E. Pehrson, pioneer, age 71, were held Sunday a. m. at the Immanuel Lutheran church, with Rev. Raymond Swanson in charge. He was born in Sweden In 1862, came to Kossuth county in 1881, was married in 1882 to Miss Anna Swanson of Swea township. They began keeping house the following year on the Pehrson farm where they lived until 1925. when they moved to Swea City, making their home here until March 1st, when they moved back onto the old home place, where he suffered a stroke on March 8, and <*radnal- ly failed until his death, which occurred March 15. He is survived by his widow and 12 children, all present at his funeral, as follows: Oscar of Fairmont, Minn., Roy of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Bernard of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Robert of Eagle township, Arthur of Swea, City, Mrs. Edna Fondness of Sioux Falls, Mrs. vida Scholia of Bancroft, Mrs. Anna OWffith, Swea City. Mrs. Esther Hove*. 8wea City, Misses Emily, Bernice and Florence at home. The funeral was attended by a large gathering of neighbors, friends and relatives. Burial was in the Harrison cemetery. Slagle had charge of the lesson High Scorers Entertained— A bridge club which includes six couples about town has been playing >rldge all winter and keeping scores Recently scores were settled nnd those who had the low scores "paid up" End ntertained the six high scon'rs at a inner Tuesday night of last week at Hurt at a cafe. Following that they 11 adjourned to the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. L. G. Baker where the evening •as spent in playing cards. Irs. W. P. French Hostess— A group of eight ladies were entcr- I Men's Club Elects— Harry Keith Opens Implement Office Harry Keith, who is widely known in these parts, having been connected with the implement business for many years has opened an implement office just- west of Clapp's Master Service, on West State street, and will handle Rock Island and New Idea farm machinery and equipment. Mr. Keith has the exclusive territory for these lines in this section. He has been in the implement business for many years, but Just opened Ws new headquarters this spring. Bridge Tonrnaaneni The second session of the contract bridge tournament which Is conducted by Mrs. Forest TWogood, was held on Tuesday afternoon. Winners o* tlte contest were, lor N. C. Rice, for J. I,. Botmr »twS fax- South sides, Mrs. fit. . prices of eranaes Jiave t*e Honors Mother at Party— Bernice Wilson entertained twelva o her mother's friends Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Vene Wilson. Following an enjoyable afternoon a luncheon was served. S S. Class Entertained— Mrs. jane Clark's Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willson enter- Mrs - Jane Bark's Sunday School talned the PreefcyterJan Men's d»ub\ < class w<u) en «rtained Tuesday after- Tuesday evening, at their home. Pol- I noo , n ** tne A - A - Bishop home. Thlr- lowing a dinner, the annual election of< ty 1I «« i «s enjoyed the afternoon in ft officers was held. . D soclal *»?• Luncheon was served later Permanent Wave Special Match this paper f.. r annoiinooinont of our now price on eroqiiisrnole waves. THE PRICE WILL BE UNDER $3.00 The lowest price over given on permanent waves in Algona. We are giving a free Healistic or Engene penu.inont wave every three months—ask about it. This shop will he open by appointment three evenings a week—Monday. Wednesday and Saturday. VI c give Zota's Machineless Waves exolnsivelv in Algona. Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe Phone 80.'} Algona, la. tained last Wednesday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner party given by Mrs. \v P. French. Bridge was played after the dinner and first prize was awarded to Mrs. A. H. Stock. Mrs. V. V. Nau- I dain received low prize and Mrs. F. E J Sawyer, the travel prize. Entertains Friday Afternoon— j Mrs, P. V. entertained a group (of the friends of her daughter. Mrs H. T. Miller, Friday afternoon at two tabfrs of bridge. First and second I prizes went to Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mrs. Arlo Adams respectively. Light refreshments were served later. I Celebrates Tenth Birthday- Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohihaas. entertained sixteen guests at a birthday party Thursday In honor of his tenth birthday which he observed luwmg B amner. me annual election OIJ officers was held. G. D. Shumway was I elected president, to succeed Dennis, Pratt, who retires from the office af ter serving two years. R. B. Walle was named vice president. G. E. Van Dorstan was reelected secretary, and C. F. Specht was reelected treasurer Members of the board of directors. Al Kresensky. Dennis Pratt and Fred Shilts were abo named. Hostess to Debating Cinb— Mr.=. Almn Nelson was hostess at a G.-30 dinner Tuesday evening given for the Debating club of the high school of which her daughter, Gertrude, is a member. Nineteen guests were present including Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and Miss Walters. Husband* Are Entertained— Members of the Thimble club were hostesses to their husbands Monday evening at a dinner given at the Guests then ad- F. Windell home. journed to the Al Spongberg home where the evening was spent in play- ng games. WVWVWYVWV Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Wed., Thura., Fri., March 21-22-23 Matinee Thursday. Rudy VaUee Faye Wray Schnozzle Durante Cliff. Edwards 300 Scan-Dolls 300 It'a the New York Bead Slow In pictures. Girls—Oirls) "Geo. White's Scandal*" The $4.40 Road Siiow for regular prices. Sat., March 24 DOUBLE FEATURE Walter Huston In Saturday Evening "Rodney." Post story. "Keep 'Em Rolling" and Zane Grey's 'To the Last Mao" Scrappy and WoU Dog Serial Sun.-Mon., Mar. 25-26 WILL ROGERS in "David Harum" You'll like It better than "State Pair 1 . 1 Be sure to tell "Dad" Will Rogers ts playing "David Harum". He will want you to we it. And— Ruth Etting in musical "Torch Tango' New Kt-ws Mickey Mouse He'd take your pants in a horse trade ... But he'd help the poor... and ask them not to tell because it would ruin his reputation. A perfect Ro 9 eri role Tuesday, March 27 Bank Deposit Night Comedy Program. "Mixed Italy, Old and New. ROB t R T mONTGOmEHY Wednesday, Thursday. March 28.2ft ROBEIT YQUIG MLPH BELUMI Ely Culbertsou in Transatlantic Bridge Tricks that day. St. Patrick decorations were used. Games were played and a lunch I served later. O. A. Class Meeting— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational Sunday School will meet at the home of Mrs. T. P. Harrington on Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames M. P I Haggard, Helen Dickinson and Thco I Herbst. P. T. A. Sponsors Show- Sarah Pink of Des Moines will put on a show Thursday afternoon at 3-45 , at the Bryant school, titled "Sarah Fink and her Masks." This show will be presented under the auspices of the P. T. A. organization. Mrs. W. II. Cammings Hostess- Mrs. W. H. Cummlngs was hostess to a group of friends Monday evening of last week. Guests played bridge at two tables and first prize went to Mrs. Ed DeZellar. Mrs. P. E. Sawyer received the second prize. Members of the CHrl Friends club were entertained Monday evening at the home of Betty Ba*ry. The evening was spent playing cards and a luncheon was served later. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew entertained her bridge club last Wednesday night with Mrs. W. D. Howie receiving the first prize and Mrs. John Prankl the low score prize. S. S. Party- Members of Mrs. A. A. Bishop's Sun- Luncheon was served later Past Matron Luncheon— The Past Matrons club of the Eastern Star will have a luncheon next Tuesday at one o'clock. The Past Matrons will Initiate Mrs. Minnie Long, retired Matron, as a member. Entertain Monday Night— Valeria Plckett and Adra Yeoman entertained the Satndard Bearer girls Monday evening of last week. Nineteen were present and the girls enjoyed a pleasant evening. Delphian* Next Wednesday- Members of the Alpha Delphian club will hold their next meeting with Mrs. Matt Streit. Again! Gambles bring you Two Tires r the price of one. Buy one Fharis First Line 8 ply tire at the regular list, P" 06 and get the second Ure FREE. 12 If You Build Tod you will save on fa> materials, fl>) labor, CO time. Ma*er- lala are still down, labor is etlll amazingly tow; quick service can be given now because there is so little building. If you build today . . . you'll be wise, because real estate will scon bound upwards, making your building a fine Investment. For Information call us. Norton LONG'S FOOD SHOP Meats and Groceries We aim to please—you can have your choice—call us. 'Cut Rate €ash and Carry Charge & Delivery Accounts 100 per cent service or what have you. We are all of these. It ts all the same at Long's—try them. rhe hand that rocks the cradle Now Is stained with nicotine, And the foot upon the rocter Likes to step on gasoline. You Will Find day School class were entertained at a supper last Wednesday evening at the Methodist curch. A social evening followed with Miss. Margaret Morris In charge. Thirty mtmbers were present. Idle Hour Cinb Meets— Members of the Idle Hour bridge club were entertained Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon by Mrs. E. J Hough. Bridge was played during the afternoon with Mrs. W. G. McCullough ecciving the travel prize. Hostess to Cinb—" Mrs. A. W. Amunsen was hostess to her bridge club last Thursday evening High score prize went to Mrs. G. H Ogg and low score prize to Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. Mrs. Hargreaves was a guest of the club. mtes GROCERY ; Week End Specials ' Bananas, ; 5 Ibs LONG'S STORE Lard, Wahkos- ina, 2 Ibs. 18c Apples, small Winesaps, G Ibs. __r Lettuce, large, 2 for 13c Pancake Flour, A. B. C., bag ____ Milk, tall cans, 3 for Prunes, 70 to 80 size, 2 Ibs. 19c Gold Dust, large pkg. Corn Flakes, Kellogg's 2 for __ 21c Soap, Bob White, 10 ••••••••••••••••••••••• — — _ — _ —-~ — ~~m*mmmm^mmmimmm^mmmmmmmm Public Sale Saturday, March 24, at 1:00 P. 11 Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona we are listing .tuft every day and will not give a complete lUt for incubators, a*0-e«Be*c r C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer 8*U purfUoB CM* •* G. * N. w. tew*. WUh •*** RWdl * "* *"• ° WWU <*<£*»*, «»« SPRING OPENING SPRING'S FIRST FASHION LEAVES UNFOLDED ?£$ ?£• * a DeW ^ ! Give y oura etf the good things you deserve to have this opring. You'll find this store fully prepared to fill your needs with new wearing apparel and accessories at attractively low prices. Quality has not been sacrificed,. to make this possible. If you want to get an early whiff of Spring, do come in. Hie fashions will give you a comprehensive picture of the 1934 Plaster parade too! New Spring Coats| and Suits The swagger styled suits in the many snrmnr colors and the new • -- - J have STYt BAGS GLOV JEWEt proven We have both Suits and Coats in navys, fleet blues, novelty mixtures, golds, chartreuse tiles, greys and many more priced at ^^t $11.75 $15.00 $19.75 $24.50 $29.75 •••M lilliiiery Sections are filled with snappy new Spring creations that we hope you'll see. Smart New Dressc We are now showing a tremendous attractive, colorful are created from j crepes, ribbed sheers, *« colors. Jacket dress sty-le; now ortment o dresses th prints, mos in glorious are important and we have plent^ them. Always you'U find here a ^o** plete size range. Featuring groups .5.95 7.95 II. 16.95 19.75 23.75 AS Algona'a Style Center

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