The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, IOWA, March 29,1934 Surprise Party Thursday— A number of friends gathered at the D. A. Teeter home Thursday evening. March 22, in honor of Glen Teeter's 21st birthday. Among those present were: Marie Brandow, Helen Batt, Mar garet Simpson, Cleone and Elaine Worster, Eva and Bernice "Brown, Florence Chrtstensen, Audrey Potter and Hazel Dutton. Verne and John Batt, Bob- Walker. Don and Cliff Teeter, Harold Brandow, Bud Brown, Fritz Worstcr. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Worstcr. Games furnish- f?d the entcrtainmnt. Refreshments were served late in the evening. A color scheme of pink and white was used. Brldee Tournament Results— Results of the Wednesday evening: of last week's session of the contract brfdpe tournament conducted by Mrs. Forest Twogood are: high score north and .«=outh couple. Mrs. Melzar Falkenhniner and Mrs. Arlo Adams; high score past nnd west couple. Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. A. A. Lyons. For the Monday afternoon scsMon; high score east and west counle. Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. G. W. Stillman: hlsrh score north nnd souf.i couple. Mrs. W. D. Andrew; nnd Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Woman's Club Meeting-— A meeting- of the Woman's club was held last Friday afternoon at the library with the annual election of officers. Officers elected were: Mrs. Claude Samson, president; Mrs. V. H. Coffin vice president; Mrs. A. A. Bishop, second vice president; Mrs. Lura Sanders treasurer; Mrs. Albert Granzow. recording- secretary; Miss Margaret Ourant corresponding secretary. A very interesting and amusing play, under the direction of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and presented by Alice Rist. Catherine McCall. Josephine Murtagh, Leona Zeig- Icr and Helen Ooeders, made up the program- Honor Mother's Birthday— Airs. Howard French of Titonka and Mrs. Cidmy Laird entertained last Saturday at the French home in Tltonk.n In honor of the birthday of their mother. Mr- 5 . S. B. French. Members of the Idle Hour bridge club were guests nnd also Mrs. Harry Godden. Mrs. W. P. French. Mrs. Kermit Setchpll and Mrs. Lvlo Mathes. Eridtre was played find first nrize wont to Mrs. W. E. McDonald nnd second to Mrs. A. H. Stock. jVWWVYVVWVVVVVVVVVVVVVW. Fill up your pantry with § Spring fashions For Feminine Bicyclists IJnteriiiin Husbands at Party— I Airs. Carroll Johnson and Mrs. Geo. L Miller were hostesses to the member rf their afternoon bridge club and hus bnnds Friday night at a bridge partj Bridge was played at four tables at the Miller home. Mrs. Leslie Samp receiv ed the travel prize and also the higl ;• Hadi-es prize. Pete Waldron received the men's hisrh score prize and Mrs. Pau Danson was awarded the low prize. Stephen-sons Entertain— Air. and Mrs. Kenneth Stepheuson entertained three tables of bridge on Thursday evening. Lydia Meyers won the high score for women and CecH McGinn is the high score for men. Mr5. Wayne Stephenson won the travel prize. Call Theatre AJgona, Iowa Wed. and Thurs., March 28-29 Katharine Hepburn Jo of "Little Women" in "SPITFIRE" One you will not care to miss. She is an illiterate mountaineer girl in this story. Also— Ely Culbertson In Transatlantic Bridge Tricks Vitaphone Junior Feature Sunday and Monday, April 1-2 Big Four Way Show No. 1 Easter Greeting New News No. 2 Technicolor Musical. Riot of Color. All star cast. "Business is a Pleasure" No. 3 Musical Extravaganza. Gorgeous Girls. "PLANE CRAZY" No. 4— John Boles Miss "Pat" Paterson Spencer Tracy Sid Silvers in "BOTTOMS UP" Made by the makers of "Sunnyslde Dp." Smart Comedy—fast tunes. Showing on Release Date. Think of it! John Boles' marvelous voice on •Western Wide Range Sound" singing snappy songs. Friday and Saturday, March 30-31 Extra Special! Saturday matinee at 2:30 Feature Program. Double Tuesday, April 3 Bank Deposit Night Alao George O'Brien in one of the beat outdoor pictures of the season 'FRONTIER MARSHAL' Leon Errol In "Autobiography" 20 minutes of Fun and V:;a- phone Junior Features. t • -jT" •*<•-- | COME ON MARINE!? i A Poromount Picture <*i,h * RICHARD ARLEN IDA LUPINO ROSCOE KARNS GRACE BRADLEY MONTE BLUE and TOBY WING and Kathleen Morris' "WALLS OF GOLD" with Sally Eilers Norman Foster ALSO Well r>jy; iicrial ami Scrappy Car- '.oon. Coming Friday and Saturday, April 6-7 Eig 3 hour show. Tin Malay Jungl,.-a. D,rabl world'i r-Vaturi great..st Wild A:ii!!..i Hitture direct Irujn Excursion Ratt». Alao Barbara Stanwyck in "THE GAMBLING LADY' Woll Dog Serial and Scrappy Cartoon. THE NEW KELVlNATi NOW ON DISPLAY Foster Furniture Co by Acme Mi*« Genevleva Kenntac Miss Gene McQIynrt ""***•• Mlts Sally CUrdtn«r i Society has adopted costume* both simple and sensible for the popular and healthful sport of bicycle rid- ! ing. These, worn by the Mls**s Sally Gardiner, daughter of Mrs. Henry Gardiner of Princeton, N. J. Gen- i «*'«"'• K« nn tf.»P«"<« l "8 * h * Wlnter "* the Qolf ••* Tennl « Club - p «' m B**"' Fl «- «"<« «•"• MeGlynn, i with Metro Pictures, Hollywood, show the bicycle fashion trends for spring all with costume* which per- mlt freedom of action. Short* mem to be the choice of the majority. Including all male observer* i day and who Is In St. Anthony's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elfibecker, parents of Calllsta returned with them. Mrs. Mary Proehle passed away at her home early Friday morning. She failed to arise to attend Mass and Mrs. A. J. Haupert going in to call found that she was dead. Mrs. Froehle was 77 year old. The remains were taken to her daughter's home, Mrs. Joe Vaske until Monday when she was laid to rest. The Misses Reglna and Francis Berens will leave Friday evening for Omaha where they will attend the wedding of their sister, Miss Leona Berens, Easter Monday and Donald Blair. Miss Begins will be the attending bridesmaid and Lee Brown, a brother-in-law, will be the best man. Father Robert Qirinn, a class mate of Miss Berens, will read the Masa and pronounce the words that will unite the hearts and hands of this young coupte. nAMWtf^/wvwuwwwww^ 2 pounds of Sliced Bacon for 29c at LONG'S FOOD SHOP White's GROCERY Week End Specials 5 Macaroni, 7cj>kg., :? for --_. Navy Beans, Mrs. Frank Ostrum Hostess— The Birthday club was entertained Monday evening by Mrs. Frank Ostrum n honor of the birthday of Mrs. Emil Ouderlan, one of the members. Bridge was played with first prize going to Mrs. Ralph Brown. Travel prize was warded to Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Ann Zittrltsch received the low prize. A wo course luncheon was srrved later. Poem Contest Held— The members of the Christian Kndca. vor of the Presbyterian church held a poem contest recently. Poems could be religious or on the subject of nature. The best poem was written by Georgia Ann Geigel called "Meditation." Raymond Kresensky judged tJi« contest and gave his book of poems. •Emmaus" to the winner. Presbyterian II. H. Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. David King. nex= Thursday afternoon. April 5. Assisting hostesses are: Mrs. Ralph Brown. Mrs. J. R. Mawdsley, Mrs. Earl Crouch and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. St. BenedJoi Party- There will ty Tuesday Benedict. 1 ed by Circle ed. St. TI Members the Eplscopi Wednesday ; Fred Ward. >e a dancing and card par- cveninit, April 3, at St. ic affair is being sportsor- No. 3. Everyone is Invlt- Guild Me**— the St. Thomas Guild of church will meet next ternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. /WWW Larkin Club Hostess- Mrs. R. W. Boeder was hostess to th Larkin Club Tuesday evening of las week and cards were played at two taMes. First prize was awarded to Mrs. John Dutton, low to Mrs. George Ma honey and travel prize to Mrs. Lorraine Jensen. Easter decorations ant colors were used and a delicious luncheon was served. Mrs. Meda Redfield Hostess— Mrs. Meda Redfield entertained her bridge club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R. W. Roeder received the first prize. Mrs. Fred Powell the low prize and Mrs. Andrew Oodfredson the travel prize. Mrs. Leslie Samp and Mrs. Walter Dale were guests of the club: Fnteitain at Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins entertained at eight tables of cards Saturday evening. Mrs. Harry Sceley and Wayne Keith won the hieh prizes. Hugh Rn- ncy received the travel prize. A luncheon was served at the close of the evening. Entertain R. N. Club— The Royal Neighbor club was entertained Tuesday afternoon at the Legion hall. Hostesses were Mrs. George Ycager. Mrs. R. W. Roeder, Mrs. Ed Sheehan and Mrs. Walter Dale. P. T. A. Meet Postponed— The regular F. T. A. meeting which was to have been held this coming Monday has been postponed and will be held the following Monday cvenlmr at the high school. Radio Sewing Party Postponed— The Auxiliary radio sewing party which was to have been held at the home of Mrs. L. W. Fox has been postponed on account of the union Good Friday services. Eastern Star Meeting— The Eastern Stars will meet next Tuesday evening. April 2. at the Temple at 7:45. nade from the last directory should see about the matter at once, he added. It Is to bo Drtnted in DCS Moines, dog gone it. D. Parsons Leases Kohlhaas Paint Shop Uwight Parsons, who has been employed at the Algona Motor Sales for the past few years, has leased the paint .••hop at the Kohlhaas Garage and began his new work Monday. Air Field Under Way Work on the air landing field, three miles south of Algona. was underway thia we«k. The air landing field, la part of t»he government's civil works program. The work consist chiefly of leveling off the field and making it suitable ror airplane landing. Allotment Groups Met The Kossuth corn-hog allotment committee attended a meeting at Humboldt Tuesday, with similar committees from Humboldt and Webster counties, and went over new phases of the allotment program. They will start work in about 8 or 10 days, A. E. Clayton, president, stated yesterday. New Phone Book Soon A new Algona city telephone directory is in the process of being printed, Everett Handier, local manager for the Northwestern Bell, stated Monday. Persons who de&ire to have changes ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i Public Sale Saturday, March 31, at 1:00 P. M. Kiddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the befit offering of furniture that we have offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private sato. On our Saturday sale we will sell our usual Amount of live stock consisting of horses, cattle, chickens, brood sows and other feeding hogs. CATTLE—1 Hol&tcin cow giving milk, 1 white face and Holstein cow giving milk, 1 Shorthorn and Uolstein cow giving milk, 1 red Shorthorn, fresh, calf by side, 1 red Shorthorn coming in with second calf. These cows range in age from 2 to 5 years. MACHINERY—John Deere 2-row cultivator in good shape, Emerson gang plow, 14 in., 20-wheel MeOormick-Deering disc, cream separator, all kinds of chicken feeders arid waterexs and steel coops. We expect to have a few sets of new h*raea». All kinds of repossessed furniture. This is a n*w line of stuff to fill out any room in your home. Includes one pda.no and some clothing, one walnut dining room suite, one Kitchen ICook range, good as new 8-ft. Mf Cormick-Deering binder with tractor hitch. 3 Klondike incubators, 240-egg eacfe. Bring what you have to sell and be on band to buy wha* you want. TERMS—Cash. Mo property to be removad "T^JI settled for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer bale pavOiua esw* trf C, * N. W. • List property with Jesse Riddle at. the OoryeU OH Station Phone 93 or auctioneer. inMummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Father Crody New Bancroft Assistant Bancroft: Father Sylvester Crady. who was ordained with Father Quinn of Bancroft, arrived here last Friday for the closing Forty Hours. He has been appointed the new assistant Tor ihls parish. A reception was held In St. John's 'hall Monday evening by the <=chcol children to welcome him and to wish him well In his new walk in ifc. Arthur Welp Is home from Waterloo 'or the Easter vacation. George Merrill has been employed as night man in the Welp Hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson spent Sun. day at his parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pearson. Ed Becker and Hubert Hood of Hum. roldt spent Sunday at their respective homes and returned to work Monday morning. Emmet Devlne returned to Ames on Monday to resume his studies after a ew days vacation at his parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Devlne. Joseph Sherman will cpend the Eaa- er vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sherman, Sr. He arrived Saturday. Joseph attends school in St. Cloud, Minn. The eleven months old baby of Mr. nd Mrs. Wilbur Fox passed away last Saturday morning. He had pneumonia ut seemed to be improving when he ook a turn for the worse and died ear- y that morning. He was laid to rest Tuesday in St. John's cemetery. An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure Farm Building either new construction or repairs should be planned and begun now We Do All Kinds of General Carpenter Work FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION GEO. L. MILLER Phoe 109 Algona, Iowa JVWlrWWWWVWWVl WOMEN TELL US IT HAS EVERYTHING! IRT-WflRNER New-Type REFRIGERATOR Monica Underkofler and Cletus Delt- a-ing drove to Carroll Sunday to spend a few hours with MUs Calllata Els- bccfccr who was operated on last Satur- This ad is good for a big Easter Egg if presented at 'WWSSSSS/S/SS//SS/SSSS/SSSSSSSSSSSSS, LONG'S FOOD SHOP where groceries are better and cheaper, SEE IT TODAY Free Showing of the 7 Revolutionary Features That Made Domestic Science Experts Marvel 7 Features to See Before You Buy 1. "Feather-Touch" Initsnc DoorOpnur. a."Fr»nJnd Speed* to Salt YaurNMd*." Forgct-Proof " D«fr<Mtlnft 4. Ems Temperature Control. •. Adjustable Roller Bearln* Shelve*. •. "Supar-danieary." 7. Mechanlem. XTOW—nght here on our floor—you •L^l can see this utterly MwfyM refrigerator. Truly designed for your own kitchen, it ha» 7 amazing feature* that cut operating costs, cave food, and save tune for you! Come in at once. See it open Jti door at your gentlest touch! See its shelves glide out on roller bearings. Watch it defrost and automatically turn on the cold again. See how it freezes ice cubes and desserts in a hurry, and then automatically brings the temperature back to normal! Note its new "super-sanitary" features. Makes cleaning easier than ever! You will not bturgtd lotniy! But if you iwed a refrigerator now, we can place this Stewart-Warner in vour kitchen for an unusually small down payment and on font, tojy Itrms. Shirley Radio Service *IDl« A «* A A Jt M M *m. .^B . ^ __ _ Phone 44 116 South Dodge St. Announcement Saturday ^ is our Grand Opening as Rite-Way Member Store r»*i There are many reasons why you should attend the sale. A full line of Groceries, *ruits, and Vegetables as well as our excellent line of meats. We have joined the RITE-WAY FOOD STORES and from this time on will offer the weekly specials and other services of the association. Over 900 independent grocers ot the central states are members of the Rite-Way organization. Cooperative buying and standard operating methods reduce our costs °» weekend8 > ^ more Special Values for Opening, Saturday, March 31st We are pleased to announce that a special representative of the Rite-Wav S°Bt!'ui 8 P re8en *> helping us to get properly started in the Rite-Way Anderson's Rite- Way Food Store Anderson Bros. Algona, Iowa.
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