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Ttie Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1934 Celebrates 8Mh Birthday- August Becker celebrated his 80th birthday last Friday evening. About forty friends and relatives came to extend their congratulations and celebrate the event. Short talks were given and games were played. A grandchild sang "Happy Birthday to You." After the entertainment a delicious lunch was served. All spent an enjoyable evening. Mr. Becker Is enjoying good health and enjoys to go fishing. He has three children, Will Becker, Henry Becker and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka. Our heartiest congratulations to Mr. Becker. Past Masters' Meeting— The annual Past Masters' meeting •will be held at the Masonic Temple, Friday, April 13. and work will begin at 7 o'clock. A dinner will be served at 6:30 by the Eastern Stars, in the evening the Master Mason degree will be conferred on a candidate by the Past Masters of Prudence Lodge. A special invitation is being extended to members of tho Masonic lodge at Corwith and it is expected that a number from- that lodge will be present as well as members from lodges at Burt, Buffalo Center and Armstrong. P. T. A. Meeting— Election of officers was held last Monday evening at the monthly P. T. A. meeting with the following results: president, Mrs. V. H. Coffin; vice prw- ident, Mrs. A. A. Bishop; secretary, John McDowell; treasurer, Mrs. A. S. Hueaer. A very interesting talk was given by Verplanck Magdslck, M. D. of Charles City, one that should not have been missed by any P. T. A. member. A solo was also sung by Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. Entertains Cu*— Eiteabeth Nugent entertained the members of her club last Wednesday evening at a theatre party. Following UK show, a lunch was served to the group at The Algonquin. Delphlans at Bonar Home— Delphlans met Wednesday afternoon •with Mrs. J. L. Bonar. The lesson on Sargent was in charge of Mrs. W. O. McCullough. Solve the Problem of Smartness with these latest fWt wear croations in Whites Kid Black Kid $2.95 to $5 Brownell Shoe Co. I Brownell vwvwwwww iVWVWUV Auxiliary The American Legion AiiTciliar-y met Friday night witVi a grood attendance. Followng the business me^-ting trie following program was given: solo by Miss Wilson, reading by Miss Evans, paper on Local Child Welfare 'WorK by Mrs. Cora Sterling and Mrs. Mae FOTC. After lunch bridge was playe<i with Mrs. E. R. Morrison winning- hig-Ji and Miss Eitelln Arnold, low prizes. Honor Rural Members— A family get-together will be held at the ConG-reoratiorml churcri next Sunday evening beginning- at T:3O. Rural m-rmbers of the church and their families will be the guests of honor. On the program a solo -will t>e sunor by Donald Hutchins and a short play -will bo presented by Catherine McCall, Josephine Murtagh. Alice Flist. K-~len Goeders and Leola Ziegter. Teachers' Monthly I»arty Tlit- teachers of the AJgona schools were entertained Saturay ev-cning- at the R. E. Kain home at on-e of their monthly parties. Eileen Portmart -wa^ chairman of the committee in charge. This was a backward party and g-uests came dressed with their costumes on backward. The 6:3O dinner -was a'.<>o served backward. The exTPning' was fp:nt in playing games. Honor Mrs. French A group of friends honored Mrs. \V. P. French last Thursday evening on her birthday anniversary. The Jadi-rs enjoyed a dinner at the States Cafe with a birthday cake made by one of the group, centering ttv? table. They then adjourned to Mrs. TPrencli's home where bridge was played. I»rizes w-ent to Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and Mrs Fred Kent. Joint Hostesses at Mrs. C. A. Joynt. and Mrs W A Barry were joint hostesses Thursday at a on-? o'clock luncheon given a«- the Joynt home. Yellow jonquils were used as floral decoration. Bridge was Played during the afternoon and first prize went to Mrs. Victor r^owe. Second prize w^nt to Mrs. M. T. McGuire and low to Mrs. E. J. McETvoy. Woman's club Meeting-^— Mrs. E. W. Lusby will give a urj discussion of Iowa Stat-e F"artes at the Woman's club meeting- 3F*rlday afternoon. Trees, flowers, and -wild lif» in Ambrose Call Hark will be discussed by Mrs. Paul Wille. wife of tho park custodian. Response to roll call is to bo names of migratory birds. Academy Party Thursday A card party followed by lunch and dancing will be griv-en nexrt Thursday evening beginning- at S o'clock at tho Algona academy and will be sponsored by thro.; circles of St. Cecelia's Guild A pood orchestra will furnish music for the dance. Bible Class Meeting Members of the Bible cla^ss of tht Congregational church m-et Wednesday afternoon of last week with Miss Belle Purvis. Following a social afternoon i luncheon was served. This w&s the regular montrUy meeting: of the class Here's your opportunity to slxaj-e in ; »200,000 bargain—And t-heyre the new cst of the Great Majestic Ftadios. fresh from the factory—jis m*ach as 45 pet cent off regular list. S99:5O console your cost $54.50. Majestic Mantels as low as $19.95. Gamble's. FOR RECORDER I am a candidate on the Democratic ticket for Recorder of K.OS- suth County, subject to the will of ;he voters at the Jujne prim-ary. Your vote and support will be iip- preciaUd. ELEAKOR JT. A. R. Members of ttws r>. A. ft. were enter - a.ined at a one o'cloclc luncheon Tuesday by Miss E31a Thompson. Follow- ng a busin-ess. irse-e-tinar a very interest- g program, •wras g^veri. M!rs~ Fred Geigel read several selections from Rev. Raymond BCreseTislcys t»oolc of poems, •Kmmaus". Alice TfcLst. grav-e two readings an-d the life ai-»<3 an article toy O. O. McIntyre. were g^ver» t»-v- IVtrs. Don Smith. Mrs. Beard of B^Carion, Indiana, mother of Miss Beard, t-eacner in the public schools -was a g-u-rst, and talked about he chapter in jvtarion of wriich she is a member. Joint IVIeetlrijs- T-«»e**rfay A jont county me-etn^ of tiie American Legion and Aujcilia-rv was held on Tuesday nig-lit at Titonlta with a large crowd present- On trie program, two AJgr>nians. Don Hutchison and W. E. McDonald. g-ave interesting talks. Those from here -wrho attended were Mr. and Mrs, V. V. Naudain, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. M-erritt. »/Tr. and Mrs. Harry Hargrcaves. M!r-. and Mi-s. John Dutton. Mr and. Mrs. C3-. O. Brundage, Miss Estelle Arnold. :MJ-S. ivi. A. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. 3Vlr?=. IT. L. Gilmore. Matt Streit. Joe Bloom. John TVIomyer. Don Hutchison and W. E. IVtoDcnald. Reversing- tho xtsu.a.1 order, the high icorers of trie "E. T. w. bridge club entertained trie low scor-rrs at a bridge party Tuesday arter-nocn at the home of Mrs. Ft. •W. Floeder. She was assist- 'd bv Mrs. Howard Vinson, Mrs. Fred Powell and JMrs. OBert Cronan. First arize was awarded to Mrs. George Mahoney and :Mtrs. Oeorg-e Yager and Mrs. JVIeda Redfield received low and travel prize respect iv-ely. The Baptist t^oyal Class will meet Thursday. Ar>j~il 12, at trie church. Mrs- dames Ross Coleman, E. J. Raw-son and Wm. Presnell -will be hostesses. Election of oflioers will be held. Roll call will be ans-wered -with curr-snt events. Bridge OInt» Dinner !*arty— Dr. and TVTrs. L. c>_ ;Baker entertained the rnembe-rs of t-tseir bridge club Wednesday evening of last week at n 6:30 dinn-cr party. Brdig-e was played nt three tables later and scores were kept, which will be .settled later. \V. C. T. U_ TVI«~ft.in^ Mrs. Andrew F«ct<?rsoii was hostess to the mombex-s. of the- 'W, C. T. U. Tuesday afternoon. SocialTTour followed the business nie-ctins- Several new members joined and attended the first meet- Ing. -s. Broker Mrs. Henry Becker \va-s a host CM on Thursday night to the members of her bridge club. JHTie-h r>r-ize was awarded to IVIrs - A - 'VV. A.rnuin. c on and low r~core prize to :vr.r.s. The Woman-.^ F'orei^n Missionary society m<etii-!i^ has boon postponed from this Thursday until next Tliursday afternoon because of the funeral of Mrs Ray Ander-son. Laura Hilbert Weds Herman Becker in Ceremony Tuesday St. Joe: St. Joseph's church was the scone of a pretty' wedding Tuesday morning, April loth, at 8 o'clock when Miss Laura Hilbert. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt KHbert, became the bride of Herman Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives. Rev. Father George Theobold joined tlvsm in, marriage and celebrated the nuptial high mass. The bride -wore a beautiful ankle length white satin wedding gown and carried a bouquet of carnations. Her veil was cap-shar>ed. Sh-s was attended by her twin sister. Miss Dora Hilbert who was attired in a costume of pink crepe with harmonizing accessories. She carried a bouquet of snapdragons. Tho groom was attended by his brother. Julius Becker. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school in 1930 and for the past three and one half years has been teaching in the rural schools in this vicinity. Folowinar tlie ceremony a reception was given in the home of the bride's parents to flfty relatives and friends. A wedding danco to which SCO invitations were issued was given in the Livermoro hall. After the first of May the young couple will bo at home northeast of Liv- crmor-? on the Dtinnhv fnrin. Oar Overturns A group of St. Joe young people escaped serious injury Wednesday on their return home from the Stattleman- VollriKr wedding- dance at West Bend when the John Friders car overturned betwwn Algona and Whittemore. The car was not badly s to IdU«? Hour Olnb — Mrs. -w. K.. Jwlcl>onald was hostess to the Idle Hour to.rid.ge club last Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Tra yel prize w-ent to S-trs. W. G. McCullough. 15 YWW^ C'lnb The New r>eal bridge club was entertained I sl ridav afternoon of vacation week by Jane- fle-m-^iiiu. Evelyn Smith was a jruest and aLso receivt-d U- -st prizx'. Standard Adris A-nd*»r.<>oi3. assisted by Janc-1 Hertig-. «intertained th-e rrwmbera c(f tne Standard :B-,= arers adonday evening Social hour- followed the businessmen ing. Good !!»!>«- <7orat^st. Fa.rt> — A contf.-it r>^rt>- to which all nu-mbers of the Ju-nior SLinday School are invited will t>«:- rit-ld at the Good Hope community room Saturday arternoon. 0000000000 -C-O-X- OOOOOvOOOOOO S SEITECA NEWS | 0-OOOC'O-C^OOOOO.o-C-O.OOOOOOOOOOO Mr. and Mr.-. Jack Deviw and family of Hutchins .^nent Sunday visiting here. Mr. and Mrs.. John Hilbert of near Corwith visited with relatives h<?re on Sunday. Laura Schaller is assisting with the household duties at the Henry Kohlhaas home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and small eon of Whittemore soent Sunday at the Matt Faber home. Matt Bormann and sons, of St. Bono, diet Fricnt Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Hammer home. Gertrude Illg returned home Sunday afler two weeks at the Peter Erpcid- ing home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch and their children of Alguna were visitors at flip Matt Kirsch home Sunday. Mrs. M. Hanifan and Thomas ?p:nt tho week end with her .son. Bernard and wife, south of Livcrmore. A largo crowd attended the thro*- act. comedy. "Safety First" at the Livermore hall Saturday and Sunday evenings. Jacob Dictor from Wheatcn. Illinois, is visiting with friends and relatives and attended tho Hilbcrt-Bocker wedding. The St. Joe ba-seball foam had their first nractice game Sunday afternoon. The team promises many fast games for this summer. Matt Zeimet, who has .>p<-nt about a year and a half at TuLsa, Oklahoma, returned recently and will be employed near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer took her sister. Cecelia, to her home near Claremont. Minn. They left Thursday and r: turned home Sunday night. Mrs. Tom Oevine spent several days the latter part of last week with her mother. Mrs. Merrill and her sister, Mrs. IX- Vau! and family at Eagle Grove. Margaret Schaller who has IK-en at the Jack Marncck home near Whittc- more spent the nrst of last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs G:orge Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding. Mr. and Mrs. John Thill and daughter, Marcella and Caroline from Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the homo of Mrs. Lucy 'Wagner. Dora Hilbert of Pocahontas came on Saturday night and is spending a few days at the parental Matt Hilbert horn'. She expects to return to her work the latter part of this week. Edward Becker and Florence Jcsal of Jamestown, North Dakota, returned the ftrit part of the week to their Gliiciy.- •A Ith *i»-i week end A.l:c~ t_^--r-.iria.ii I-f- Monday lor Iowa euv \sn^i>- ^rit.-: t-xr> c*a t-> spend several Mixt-r.-, c'.ub ht-Ui a party .it. tiit- tH-vurci Hvvan Not only bring May flowers but .straight ;>cr;tggly new permanent waves will give you a sou. lov-iy wa-. loads of Ught ringlets on the end. When you are having your beauty work done why iio on oui' fri.v- permanent wavt- we are giving away in Ju Get our price on our special rnxiuigiiole in-niutiu-i::. -A --^ k, the lowest in Algona. Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe Phone S03 a.nd B/tty .-jx-nt -. ci iS.iCurd.iy at tilt- O Hope homes after severa.l weefcs 1 visit with relatives and frtends here. R/rlatives received word tliat Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erpelding of near Algona are the parents o'f a baby girl born Saturday, April 8th. They now have a family of two boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding left on Sunday morning for Rochester, Minn., when? Mr. Reding will enter the clinic for examination. Alvina Rfding is attending the household duties. A miscellaneous and grocery shower was given Sunday afternoon In the St. Joseph's hall for Laura Hilbert. The afternoon was spent In playing cards and socially. Bridge was played at six tables with Mrs. Ororge Lenertz of Livermore receiving high prize. Five hundred was played at 21 tables with Mrs. Henry Thiiges receiving high prize. Door prbw was awarded to Agatha Thiiges. HURT NEWS Mrs. R. L. Cogdill and Miss Nellie Ward spent Saturday night and Sunday at the H. A. Smith home. G. W. Bleich purchased a strip of land from the railroad company which joined his farm on the west side. Mrs. Carrie Taylor, who has been assisting at the Robert Leason. Jr., home, returned to her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps, and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps Sunday at the C. L. Sperring home at Thompson Howard Chipman came up from Mason City Saturday to spend the week end with his father, E. O. Chipman. Arthur Mitchell of Morningside College , e p:nt, the week end here with his parents. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, Dr and Mrs. W. T. Peters spent Sunday at the Newel Whltehurst home in Blue Earth. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith and family spent Sunday at the hoitw of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey near Ledyard. •. : ?.' Rev. nnd Mrs. S. H. Aten attended an all day meeting of the ministers In this district on Tuesday of last week at Lone Rock. nast week Her mother is Mrs. Segar, and h«Asters, Mrs. John Williams and Mrs. Guy Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker and their daughter, Barbara Jean "f Mason CUy arrived here Saturday for the week end with their respective parents, Frame Lapp" and Mrs. Josephine Becker. News was received here the last of the week that Miss Callista Checker, R. N.. who underwent an "P 6 ™™" three weeks ago in Carroll, was ab e to leave Sunday and will be home In a week or two Lynch and daughter from city arrived last weekfor arts- with her mother and sisters, tors. Mrs. John WUHams and Mrs (vrt. She will remain m Bancroft a few days before returning home. nr R E Weber, Jack Pohlman and Richard' Underkofler and Dr. Thlese were hosts at a party Sunday evening Jt the horn* of Mrs. Frank Ueclrer. Bridge was played at three tatoles. A delightful lunch was served later the evening. BANCROFT NEWS Lee Conlon of Armstrong visited on Sunday with his friend, John Sheridan. Mr.-. O VV. Cnrmean nnd daughter, Gecrpia. were Algona visitors Saturday morning. Miss Alarm Richtcr viMted one rvcn- iiiR of last we-: k with Mr. and Mrs. A. If. Fucli.s. Ed Schlltz. MMI of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz is spending a week or so with . 1 ; parents. Anna Everetts of Titonka lind lv:r tonsils and adenoids rrmovcd Friday morning- Dr. Dcvinr was the attend- ini; phyMcian. Mr. and Mrs. George Wohnke returned Thur.sciay evening from Chicago, where they f-ncnt the past week visiting with i\ lativrs. Mr. 11 nd Mr.~. Roy Schlltz. Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert, Ed Schiltz and Alfred Menke were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. BchUtz Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jake Grcthen from Mallard have been visiting here for the For over 40 years Henry Field's Seeds have been the choice of hundreds of thousands of gardeners and flower lovers. This year you can get these famous seeds right here in Algona at the Gamble store. 15 OPENING Thurs. April 19 Tho ballroom at llobar- ton will open then under my management. Jiij; announcement next Art White Public Sale Saturday, April 14, at 1:OO J*. M. Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are Kiting stufl every day and will not give a. complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furmtuie oifered at any tune, to be sold at public auction or private s-a-l«e. On our Saturday sale we will n:\\ our uj>ual aniou-nt of live jitocic consisting of lior^cs. cutlie, chickens, bruod ^ows uiio. llOUst.S — A number of licad ot u'xxj work Kur^o ing four year old bay gelding. To tho,*; v.ii<j Vkj- 311 hand sale day. CATTLE— A number ol inad of cattle wijj be cows, t»ulls. yeai-linys mid eaUta. Could LUX.- we have uhe buyers. MACHINERY -8 foot. Dtenug buider wiLli truetor lii tors, discs, han-ow'S. 2 ti-aclor plows, including on.e triple, one 50 ft. 8 inch belt, aixj sonu.- other macfcu.uAr.ry. FURNITURE— All kiiwU of furniture inclutiuig one cii£u.ixig rocxcn Kitctieu Cook tfas range, as good aa new, ice bojccrb, r* r chairs, in fact anyUiing in the furuiture iliic. SEED— Sugar cane seed, seed poiatoes unci atcd corn. E.rLug what you have to ietl and be on harxl to buy wl2j^c. yoxi TERMS — Cash. No property to be removed uuj41 jr^tAle^t Xor. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer Sale pavilion out ot C. * N. W Ust property with Jesse Riddle at the Coryell Oil Or auotloneex. mmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmmmmmmi n oil -UJ!> iiild \ i^-tor.-, at the J. H i.ci^y tV!-i,uiL', ti I3.-rtuird , t, ; hi- honi<- And r.-on of Minn. Mrs. \i-r low at Pi.-dcrson and Mr. itud Mrs. -1 v. were visitora on J l-i. iiuunticrs . t-njoyed a card ut tile I. F. En- 3r"'ive riUiimrta cicriiciolia lunch i.- tune Wa.s had won liigh and r-^ . lo* include trees. Henry Fluid in AJgona at the 15 < 'txn«jli<luc' fo ct>.iK^it.*tt iicket SOHOBY Anderson's Rite-Way Specials Friday to Saturday , E»tix>£be Two-Day Specials UN-ji-ular 1 ll». j.k^-. "If" (iroccrCi.n'ci- (iMc va- iuc; and a strong ilcxihlc rubber Jump Ifojx- i 1U«- value K Our j>oj>ular blend a roltVe <*r' {•leasing (jualily at a nmdi-ratc price. Ahvay.s a u<n»([ value, bill an exlri-iue value Ibis OQ— \si-<-i:. linili I'ur fcijC 4 Specials for Fri. and Saturday only Cocoa, Mayflo'r, 2 Ib. 21c Milk, Jack Sprat evap. 3 tall cans 17c Bran Flakes, Jack Sprat 15 oz. pkg. lOc Climalene 32 oz. pkg 21c Meat Specials Baby Beef Roast, Ib. I2^c Hamburger, Ib. lOc Boil beef, 3 Ibs. ___25c Chickens, Ib. 12 l /^c Home Made Link Sausage, 2 Ibs. 29c Bisquick, 40 oz. pkg. 33c Pork & Beans, Jack Sprat, No. 2% can lOc Pancake Flour, J. S., self rising, 3*4 Ibs. _10c Macaroni, J S 3% Ib. 17c Navy Beans, 4 Ibs. __19c Br. Sugar, 3 Ibs. ___19c Seed Potatoes, Bed Eiv er Ohio, 100 Ibs. __2.46 Pie Filling, 3 pies, 1 Ib. jar 22c (Choc. Butterscotch Custard) Big Ben Jellies, Ib. lOc Apricots, Ib. 19c Kellogg's Bice Kriapies, pkg. . lOc Anderson's Rite-Way Food Store Fresh Fruits and Vegetables We Deliver. We Buy £gg«. lr»hoiae 34ti Algoua, Iowa VAAAMVWVVWSArVUVWVVA/VUVWW 1 Call Theatre Algona, Iowa _ Wed., Thurs., Fri., April 11-12-13 Eis New York City Road, Show. Run for 8 months. Now in pictures. Lavish Production. Oh Doctor Gable! Heart Specialist Otto Kruger Jean Hersholt Elizabeth Allen GABLE MYRNA LQY MEN - Goofy Movies New News, Saturday, April 14 Big 5 way show. Double feature. Will James Story of a Horse "SMOKY" Gary Cooper In "ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON" Father Coughlin The Fighting Priest in "MONEY" Wolf Dog Serial Scrappy Sun.-Mon., April 15-16 Father Coughlifi The Fighting Priest In "MONEY" Buddy Rogers and his band in "New Deal Rhythm" NRA Dances. Senators singing chorus. Grantland Rice's "Kennel Kings" 70 of the world's most Interesting dogs at a kennel show. New News Mickey Mouse A FIELDS DAY OF FUN Now Well Have Pun. Tuesday, April 17 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT Geo. Bancroft Frances Dee "BLOOD^MONEY" and Hal Leroy «tar of "Haroldteen" to be shown here soon in "PICTURE PALACE" Watch this boy danoe! Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, April 18-19-20 tYO U ' R E/ PUNISH ING , !ME FP^LQVING, you 'forgiven?^! 'You' have*tbe T * M ' The mo«t fajci in,; romance [of a modern v.o:.ian iincc "THE DlVOKCfiE . Sun., Mon., April 20-21 April 23-24-25

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