The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algofla, Iowa, April 19,1934 Men's Cl«b Meet*The Presbyterian Men's Club met at the hoine of Mrs. Mary Mawdsley, on Tuesttay evening, and after a bountiful dinner served by the Indies, enjoyed a program given by J. L. Bonar. Mr Bonar spoke on the changing social and economic order, and stated the belief that inasmuch as the past year's dhanges were the first definite ones made tn the past 50 years, he felt there might be room for Improvement, and that bringing our governmental machinery and social Ideas up to date was not radical but progressive. He also discussed the tax question to some extent. O. D. Shumway, president, presided. One new member was present, and E. r>. Sheehan was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of O. E. Van Dorstan. A silent memorial was rieid for Mr. Van Dorston. Lester Willson also presented a Bible passage from memory. Child Study The Child Study club met Tuesday •with Mrs. D. Andrews. Mrs. H. . . . C. Fredericks had charge of the program. Miss Lucia Wallace and Mrs. Archie Hutchison gave interesting talks. High School Party- High school students were entertained at a party Friday night at the school. Various and amusing entertainment made up the first part of the evening and dancing followed later. Don't They Look Good ? And you'll find they taste even better. Home made pies. Delicious Cakes, Tempting Rolls. Oven fresh Breads. Specials for .Saturday Wilson Bakery Joint I/eglon-AnxHIary Meet— There will a joint meeting of the Le gion and Auxiliary at the Legion ha Friday night at 8 o'clock. The follow Ing program will be given: music by : gion orchestra, reoort on Child Welfar Mrs. Cora Sterling, novelty music on saw, Miss Irene Swenson, LuVerne, os say, "Peace With Security," which wa written by Margaret Nelson and whlc took second lace In the state contes Margaret Nelson, musipc. string tri play by Alice Rlst, Helen Goeders, Leo la Zeigter. Catherine McCali and Jose phine Murtagh. Orchestra music an refreshments will follow the program which will then be followed by bridge and dancing. Showers for Bride-to-be— Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was hostess a miscellaneous shower for her siste^ Katherine Cavanaugh, Friday evening Tw-rnty ladles were present and spen the evening socially. Katherine wll be married Saturday to Ray cook, em ployed at the Algona Bakery. Tuesday night, Evelyn Van Allen en tertaln«d at a kitchen and grocery shower for Katherine. Bridge wa. played at three tables with Katharine Cavanaugh receiving the first prize Alice Payne the low prize and Kathleen Holtzbauer, the travel. Katherine re celved many beautiful presents at both showers. Shower for Bride-to-Be— Mrs. Roy Crawford of near Whitto more entertained at a mlscellancoui shower Monday evening In honor o: ler sister-in-law, Nelda Crawford, who Is to be married soon to Bill Finn o: Algona. Bridge was played at seven tables and first prize went to Mrs. Arthur Helberg, second to Mrs. Howard Carey, low prize to Mrs. Will Ruscli travel prize to Mrs. Ann ZUtrltsch and Rosella Higgins of Whittemore received the prize for having a score nearest the year In which the bride was born. Miss Crawford received many beautiful gifts. Surprise Mrs. A. J. Schnrpf— A group of friends gathered at the A. J. Schnepf apartments In the Frederick home Monday evening of last week and surprised Mrs. Schnepf on her birthday. Bridge was played with Mrs. Ralph Brown receiving the first prize and Mrs. E. A. Gudcrlan, the low prize Mrs. Schnepf, who Is employed in the alteration department of Chrlschllles & Herbst dry goods store, was presented with a gift. SURE TO LIVE—SURE TO GROW. That's the reputation won by Henry Field Nursery Stocks during the past 40 years. Trees, Rose Bushes, Shrubs, Berries. We have them in Algeria for you this year. Seeds, too. All Henry Field quality. At the Gamble Store. 16 Mary Wood Hostess to Union M.-D. Club Union: The Union Mothers Club was entertained last Thursday afternoon, April 12th at the home of Mary Wood with Cora Reid as assisting hostess. The club song was sung with Mrs. Wood at the piano followed by election of officers. The president, Julia Taylor, was reelected and the first, second and third vice president were Edna Crulkshank. Mame Wtnkel and Fannie Gould respectively. Secretary was Veda Mc-Arthur and assistant secretary, Marie Bode; treasurer, Anna Marlow. The cor- r-espondlng secretary, to whom all the correspondence should be sent Is Mrs. Minnie Sarchett whose address In Hurt, Iowa. The program was opened with a vocal solo, "I Love a Little Cottagd," by Rev. Wood. A v-ery interesting talk on "What Handwriting Reveals," was given by Carrie Bourne and analyzing each members' handwriting aroused considerable merriment. A book review, "The Quest Eternal" was given by Nan Ward. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The club meeting which was to have been held at the community room at Good Hope on March 29th with the pro. gram under the direction of the young folks will be given this Thursday even- Ing, April 19th. Members are requested to bring the material for the lunch as the committee had previously requested. The next regular meeting will b? as scheduled on April 26th with Ethel Smith and Elizabeth Schenck as the hostesses. Members will exchange any seeds and bulbs they wish to bring to he meeting. A paper Research Work n Agriculture will be given by Louisa McNutt. LONE ROCK SENIOR CLASS PLAY TO BE PRESENTED TONIGHT AND FRIDAY 'Fingerprints" Has Cast of Local School Dramatic Talent Permanent Waves The new Eugervs Reverse Spiral Permanent Wave machine, purchased at the Midwest Beauty Show in Chicago where It wai Shown for the first time, is here. Come In and let us tell you about it. Try our new wave set which leaves no flakes, no olllness— nothing to comb out. Also have a new line of guaranteed cosmetics which I want to show you. Morrison's Beauty Shop I'honc 'J79 Algona, I;.. fArVWWArVWVWWVVYWV Call Theatre Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., April 18-19-20 SHEARER K. <J 8 t H I Monlgoincry •Jail Birds of Paradioe" Star of Maxwell Showboat .singing 'Ending with a', 'Melody in bluing," "Thi- Open Road." On Western Electric WUit- Range bound where you gel nil the l> auliful '•v^rtones in music, s Shear.r's gown will bo a plt-u. iure to the ladles. Knj Tide is lav- ii.h. New News and Radio Round up featuring Donald NovLs. Pictorial No. 6 featuring Buig Crosby. Saturday, April 21 IXiuble Ft-utuiv. Extra Big Supt-r Special. by Jolm Ford, Uio man who grave us the super special "Thu Iron Horse." an.d Jiiiuuy Dunju nnd Clulre Trevor in "JIMM1E AND bAULX" for fun. Serial and Scrappy. Sun.-Mon., April 22-23 Ajiothier bitf uuil ihow. Lauglis uli i-tie way. 1—New New*—one da.y old. 2 —Mickey Mouse ill "Steeple Ciiai*;" The t*i.t Mickey made to date. Tuesday, April 24 Mure for your mum-> ! $i;a.(X) Hank I-k-pa-gl Matinw $^o.OU Burkaru Stanwyck Joel Mr(Yra in "Gambling Lady" Smart dirt-clion, .surxii-b acting ia- v>uh and gorgeous. Free 300 Flwtos of Lenny RuiS Mills Blue Rylhm Earn! Hiumrt-e Harrington sirig>ii(f nine -,election.i in it Night Club also Roy- Turk in Song HiLs and School of Romance. A mudical. Bank Nigikl Show biart~> thu> week at ti:13. Ftature at 7 p. in. Bank Night Sequence 8:00, Second iJlow at 8:15. Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., April 25-26 27 Al Jolson in C SUBDUE mute* wiu «* lUn-y Lajue<hm in "ON ICE" New News Tiiurbdity and Friday. ftta, 2-3-4 Jeaa Muit iu "AS THE EAR ill Wesley Women at C. D. of A. Meeting Wesley: A district meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America lodge was held Sunday at the Eadmar Hotel eglnnlng with a one o'clock luncheon nd was largely attended by members f lodges In this district. The tables rere prettily graced wftth bouquets of ellow roses and purple sweet peas, nd gold and purple candles. A pian- t and two violinists furnished music urlng the meal. This was followed by program including a talk by Miss :isie Pfiffner of Wesley, president of he parley. Those from Wesley who attended were Miss Sosi-? Pflffner, Miss "Fingerprints," the Senior class play will be given Thursday and Friday, April 26th and 27th. Ned Thorndyke and Jimmy Lee are owners of the Thorndyke ranch. Ned's sister, Amelia comes to attend her vacation on the ranch and brings with her the rich end elegant Whitney family. Roger Whitney has mad-e up his mind to buy the place. He falls (n love with Ned's daughter. Pamina. pnulette Whitney becomes Infatuated with Jimmy while the latter Is himself in love with Pamlna. He has committed suicide but reappears Just as suddenly when he discovers Roger about to kiss Pamina. The Whltnpys pay an exhorbitant price for the ranch only to find that the oil rumor Is false. Hosey Hawks, a fingerprint expert, Mignon, a French maid, and Porcelain, a colored servant, furnish much comedy throughout the play. Cast of characters—Hosey Hawks, n fingerprint detective, Philip Retlly; Ned Thrrndyke, part owner of the ranch. Gordon Prlebe; Jimmy Lee, Ned's partner, Verne Dacken; Roger Whitney, a rich city clerk, Harlan Marlow; Pamnhi Thorndyfo?, daughter of Ned, Dorothy Bierstedt; Paulette Whitney, sister of Roger, June Blerie; Mrs. Roger Whitney, Sr., mother of the Cresco Mothers and Daughters Met in Algona, Wednesday Cresco: The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last week Wednesday by Mrs. F. L. eZigler in Algona with 11 members and two guesta present. Sheets and pillow cases were sewed. The meeting opened by singing 'Brlgh- In the Corner Where You Are." Mrs. B. F. Sparks was at the pton. The next meeting is to be April 25th with Mrs. Sparks. Mrs. Stella Vlpond Is again a member. The F. H. Sklllings of Algona called Sunday at the John Loss and Lewis Wlldin homes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey were guests Sunday at the A. M. Colllnson home in Algona. The Ellott Skilllngs of Algona were visitors Sunday at the R. M. Llndhorst younger whltneys. Muriel Long; Miss Amelia Thorndyke. Ned's sister, Imo- pene Roderick; Mignon Mocare, the French maid, Ruby Cherland; Porcelain Purdy, a colored cook, Margaret House holder. home at T] tonka. Messrs. and Mesdames L. A. and C A. Potterispent Sunday at the C. K Gardeners near Bancroft. The Will Runcheys and Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona were guests Sunday evening at the John Erpeldirig lome. There will services Sunday at the church at 11 a. m. and 7:45. The pubic Is Invited. Services will be In charge of George Oowlns. John Loss accompanied the Elllotl Emma Studer and Mesdames Alf Erdman. J. L. Haverly. Julius Kunz, John Lccbig. Aug. Studer. Jule Studcr, Agatha Haverly and Kate Kennedy. lev. Sjostrands to Clinton— Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand left •ester-day morning for Clinton, Iowa, to it-end the annual meeting of the Iowa lUtheran conference of the Augustana ynod. They will return next Monday. '. Sjostrand is one of the guest pcakrrs at the conference on Sunday, nd Mrs. Sjostrand has been Invited to resent several vocal solos at the meet- ig of the state mission society. Ser- ices here will be conducted by C. E. jostrand at the First Lutheran church nd also at Emanucl Lutheran church t Bancroft this Sunday. Academy. Patty Last Thursday- Two circles of St. Cecelia's Guild sponsored th-» academy party held last Thursday. Cards were played the first part of the evening and Jack Frascr and Alice Kain received high score prizes in bridge and Miss Mary Belser and George K<Jhl received the first prizes In five hundred. Lunch was •erved and danoing followed. of about 175 was present. A crowd Club Entertained at Dinner- Mrs. Ed Sheehan entertained the members of her bridge club at a o'clock dinner Thursday evening. Bridge was played later and Mrs. George Maloney received the flr&t prize. Low jrize went to Mrs. Fern Hardgrove and Mrs. Louis Lynk received the travel prize. Deiphians ETect Officers— Delphians met last Wednesday after noon with Mrs. J. L. Bonar and officer; for the coming year were elected: presl dent, Mrs. L. G. Baker; vice president Mrs. N. C. Rice. Mrs. W. G. McCul lough gave a review on the book Bar geant. This was the last meeting unti fall. Eleventh Birthday Celebrated- Ill honor of his eleventh birthday, Kenneth, bon of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. iiurgreaves entertained eleven boys at a birthday party Monday after school Games were played and Mrs. Har- servtd a lunch later. Alex Krueger Is remodeling the house where the V. V. Frye family live. A group of girls enjoyed a picnic at thp Hugh Marlow grove last Tuesday. Bernlce Roderick entertained a group of pirls at a party Thursday evening at her home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. curran of Mason City visited nt the P. M. Christensen lome Sunday. The American Legion Auxiliary met nt the home of Mrs. John Sprank Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl of Superior visited at the parental Wm. Krause home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emtl Kraft and family visited at the Henry Schultz home at Emmelsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders drove to Renwick Sunday to visit Mrs, Sanders' mother, Mrs. Clause Helmke. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe of Fcnton visited at the home of their son, Arthur Priebe Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Rath and daughter. Mrs. Ibert Shaser visited at the Harvey lath home n:ar Algona Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and randson. Donald of -Burl were Sunday inner guests at the R L. Padgett home. Bernlce Roderick went to Des Molnes Sunday where she will resume her nurses training at the Iowa Methodist hospital. Clarence Macumbcr and a friend, L. J. Traversy, who are In camp at Dolli- vcr park, arrived at the parental Frank Macumber home Saturday. The sewing circle met at the home >f Mrs. Arthur Prlebe Thursday evening. Next week Wednesday evening It will meet with Mrs. Otis Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. August Lampe and daughter of Ventura and Mrs. Ira Newbrough and son, Donald of Humboldt visited at the Richard Long home on Sunday. The Lone Rock baseball team played Its first game of the season at Swea City on Monday afternoon. They will play Seneca at Hurt In the baseball tournament Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stebritz and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. E. M. Hawks. Oscar Warner of Fenton was also a Sunday <venlng visitor at the Hawk.? home. Tin- Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. Glonn Sharp Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fred G<rnrich was assisting Tlve next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Otis Sanders Sklllings of Algona to Oakdale a week ago Sunday bringing home Rosella, the daughter of John, after spending the winter In the sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey and Harold Clayton of EmmetsWurg end Miss Walters and Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona were guests Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr* and Mrs. Will Runchey. Mrs. Milton Pierce has been ill for more than a week. She was taken suddenly with what was believed an attack of appendictls at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton. where she Is recovering. Charlotte HlK'on Hostess— The New Deal bridge club was en- .crtained Sunday afternoon by Charotte Hilton. Evelyn Smith received the first prize. Embroidery Club Met Last Week in Irvington Home Irvlngton: The Cresjco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday afternoon »t the Cleve Stewart home. Mrs. George Hackman, P"" 5 '* 5 "*- h "° charge. The meeting was opened by the reading of the minutes of the last meeting by the secretary. Mrs. A. J. Brown. Mrs. George Stewart was presented with a lovely lunch cloth as a farewell gift. There being no further business the meeting was turned over to the program committee, Mrs. uen Terhune, chairman. America was sun* by all. Mrs. Morris Parsons and Mrs. Fred Oelgel played a piano duet. Mrs. Nels Mitchell conducted a flower guessing contest and Mrs. Agnes Stewart gave a musical reading. Each member brought a packet of seeds which were exchanged with others. This concluded the program. A lovely two course luncheon was served Mrs. Stewart was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. John Simon, Jr. Guests were Mesdames Perry Phillips, Carl Hutchlns, Fred Parks and Fred Geigel The next meeting will be In May at the home t>f Mrs. John Simon, Jr., in the Hobarton neighborhood. Miss Ruby Koepke is working in Algona temporarily. Little Doris McGuire. daughter of John McOulre is the latest victim of chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of LuVerne visited recently with their daughter, Mrs. George Wolfe. Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer was a week end visitor at the home of her nephew, O. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes StUtz were callers Sunday at the Howard Shore home In Algona. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate and 'amily of Corwlth were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson. Morris Parson, sexton of the local cemetery, reports there have been three burials in the local cemetery since Jan. St. Walter Bedell, formerly ot Irvington, >ut now a prominent Spirit Lake at- orncy, was greeting friends here last Tuesday. Many from this community attend- d the funeral of Mrs. Lafe Griffin icld in the Algona Presbyterian church ast Thursday afternoon. Robert Skilling and Vernon Roblson ntertalned a number of their friends Wednesday evening at a dancing party t the I. O. O. F. hall In Algona. James Stacy. station west of Irvmgton on nicely from nis opera- Cap Smith who was taken to pltal last Wednesday Is ing as rapidly as had been ant elpftted. His many friends In this vicinity wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs A L. Jordan and her daughter, Mrs A L. Weber drove to Bancroft Monday getting their baby chicks from the Hamilton Hatchery. M*s. Weber « order was for 500 and Mrs. Jordan s 300. Mr. and Mrs. St«ve Devine entertained a few friends informally last Tuesday evening. Those enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchtos, the Henry Elscheids, Barney Frankl* and John Schultzs. Last Saturday morning Mr. and Mr*. Chas. Efeel and three sons, Paul, Lew- Is and Stanley motored to Mankato, Minn., for a week end visit with Mrs. August Bueslng, Peter Bollman and Jacob Schuldt. The ladles are all s»- ters of Mrs. Egel. They returned home Monday afternoon. Dinner guests at the Egel home on Sunday were Donald Roblson. Evertt Van Stenberg, Ernest Egel, Ruby Koepke and Vivian Miller of Algona. V^ You Can't Go Wrong on TRUMP In white and plain colors 1.95 There's no shirt we sell with greater confidence than ARROW TRUMP. For TRUMP has cvery- ; thing you can ask of a, shirt... a perfectly fitting ; Arrow Collar, flawless tailoring throughout, and ; complete freedom from shrinkage, thanks to Arrow's Sanforizing process. See TRUMP today. Zender & Caldwell St. Benedict Card Party— A card parly at St. Benedict hall, April 24, starting at eight o'clock will b<; sponsored bv Circle No. 4. Mrs. Frank Ei.'<: nbarth and Mrs. Lawrence Cink in charge. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. There will also be a lunch and a dance. MIC ting of P. K. O.— MI.-J.S Ella Tiv.<mp,sttii entertained ih'j members of tile P. L'. O. at her home Tuesday night. Following the busi- ne.y> meeting tiuj^e nr-.sent were entertained with a talk bv Mrs. Theo. Chriii- clillles on Outstanding Movies of the Pa.-»t Yea i. Club fcnUTtaincil Wednesday— Mr. and Airs. Henry Johannv/i). Jr., entertained their bridge club last Wednesday night. At the close of an evening of bridge hagh score prizes went to Mr and Mrs. Gkn Roland and Mrs. Arthur Hulberg received the travel prize BW*y'» tnUrtaiai Club- Mr, and Mrs C. L. Billey entertained tile members of their bridge club Sunday evening. High score prizes for tin- men and ladies wtnt to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and Mtss Christina Wernert received the travel prize. Honor Mr*. Irwiu's Birthday— Mr and Mrs. Ed Taylor entertained at six o'clock dinner Monday evening in liowor of Mrs. A. W. Irwin's birthday. Those present were Rev. anti Mrs. A. W. Irwiu and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard. A. l>. Kklurda Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Richards enter- tuiihd at a 6 o'clock dinner lubt Thursday with tix- following guests present: Rev. and Mrs J. Robert Hoerner arid daughter and Mi', and Mrs. Henry Baler. Bridge dub Entertained— Josephine Murtagh entertained thu members of her bridge club Tuesday evening. Bridge wai played and a social time followed with Mrs. w. G. 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