The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1934 Call Theatre Wed., Thur*., Fri., ^ J o teon April 25 26-27 "WONDER BAR" 10 groat, actors. GOO beautiful girls.500 entertainers. Saturday, April 28th A revival of the Big Ones. One of the best, musical shows .ever made. All technicolor—western back ground. FOENZ ZIEGFtlD -_. IDDBI CANTOR Jack Holt and Lila Lee in "THE WHIRLPOOL" It's new—just released. Last of Wolf Dog serial. Advance on Mystery Squadron serial. Sun., Mon., April 29-30 If we could have more like this one. 6 wonderful cntertain-srs. It's new to you. Drive 50 miles. Western Electric Wide Range Sound It ^>^ / rfr Comedfc and Romance—No backstage stuff. Wed., Thurs., Fri., May 2-3-4 Special matinees every day 2:30. Gladys Hasty Carroll's "AS THE EARTH TURNS" Story of 3 farm neighbors on the farm in New England. It has been screened for representatives of organizations and recommended highly in Algona. _ Wed., Thurs., Fri., May 9-10-11 Tuesday, May 1 Regular hour of starting 7:15. BANK DEPOSIT MATINEE $25 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT B;g Entertainment f* Warner] Bras. [ Sensation worn.!) 6INGIR ROGERS WARRtN .WILLIAM Anna Sten in "NANA" ALL FEED CHIX MASH TRIED and PROVEN Tin- .same quality ('hick Mash which vyt- have MI successfully presented to poultry raisers the ]>:i-t live seasons. As before it contains (!od Liver Oil, and Dried Buttermilk alon^ with a ]ialatt<-rd l»a~> n\' ingredients. 100 pounds Pilot Brand Oyster Shells, loo !)>-« $2.00 Hulled Oats, O AA irn.imd, 100 !!».-. __*" uu E. R. RISING & SON <iraiu, .1 mid S. ,•,! I'iiulle Receiver's Sale To lie held ill ll.f t '"in! II'IM.JII i»r liie K"»lll)l < '"1111- Tv < 'niirt Umise at '- «. 'duck 1'. M. "n WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 At winch linn and place, 1). \V. Hales, S leiidenl of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Ke- eeiver <»f the Ku.-siuh ('uiinty State Hank, of Algona. Iowa, will .-ell 1" the highest didder therefor, the following- tract of land, situated in Kossuth < 'oiinty, lo\va. tu-\vit : ^ SQC ravnnnangh-Cook Nuptials— The marriage of Katherine Cavan- nagh, daughter og Mrs. Sadie Cavannaugh, daughter of Mrs. Sadie Cavan- Mrs. Daisy Cook of Algona, took place Satvirday evening at 8 o'clock at th-? Catholic parsonage with Rev. T. J. Dnv- trn officiating. The bride wore R rose crepe dress with white necessorl-:s and her attendant. Evelyn Van Allen, wsa dressed in a blue silk dress with grey accessories. Both wore corsages of roses and sw et neas. Lloyd Keith attended the groom. Following the single ring ceremony the two couples drove to Fort Dodge where a recention was held at the horn-? of the bride's sister. Mrs. Jim Allen. The couple then took a short wedding trip in the southern part of Minnesota. The new Mrs. Cook has lived her entire llf? in Algona nnd graduated fr)in St. Cecelia's academy in 1933. The groom Is employed in Wilson's Bakery, The couple are now at home in the home of th-? groom's mother where they have several rooms. Monday evening a wedding dance was held by the couple at the Mlsbnch hall and the large crowd present attested their popnarity. Several showers were held the past few weeks for th-? bride. | Parties Honor Visitor— Several narties Wire held last week I in honor of Mrs. Frank Barker of Des Moinr.5 who visited here. Mrs. Barker formerly lived here nnd was a memb.T of a birthday club made up of twelve members. Mrs. Roy Keen entertained Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Bridge was plny-rd with Mrs. D. D. Paxson receiving the first prize nnd Mrs. Barker receiving a guest prize. Mrs. W. P. French was a guest. Mrs. D. P. Smith and Mrs. Raymond Norton entertained members of tlw birthday club and Mrs. Barker at a breakfast Friday morning. Mrs. H. L. Oilmore was a guest and received the first prize. Mrs. Barker received a guest prize. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward nnd Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson entertained the birthday club and the husbands of the members at a dinner party. First prizos went to Mrs. Raymond Norton and Harold Gilmore and low prizes to Mrs. D. P. Smith and Raymond Norton. Frank Barker and M. M. Morrow of Audubon were guest < Joint Meeting Success— The American Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meeting: Friday night with 85 present The Legion Auxiliary orchestra and string trio furnished music. Mrs. Cora Sterling read a paper on Child Welfar? and Margaret Nelson read her essay. "Peace with Security," ifter which she was presented with a check for $7.50 as second prize in the «tate contest. A one-act play "Be a ittle Cuckoo." was presented by flvii girls. After lunch bridge was played with Mrs. Wm. Hawcott, nnd E. R. Morrison receiving first prizes and Jor Blorm receiving the travel prize. Dancing followed. Crawford-Finn Nuptials— Nelda Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crawford of near Whittcmore and Bill Finn, well known Algona youth were married Saturday night by the Justice of peace nt Mason City. Mr and Mrs. Bernard TJerney of Mason City attended the couple. Following a short wedding trip the couple returned to Algona where the groom Is employed at Wilson's Balccry The new Mrs. Finn is a reglstcrec nurse and has been employed at times at the Kossu'.h hospital. The coupte are now at home at 301 E. Kennedy street in th • Roy Hilton home where they have an apartment. ScarvlUc-Gadbui-y Wedding— A pretty homo wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. David-cm Sunday af-.ernoon at thr.e o'clock when Frant Scarvill* of Marshalltown. Iowa, brother >.l Mr.s. Davidson, and] I Nf -\'.v- Gacibury of Chicago were united <.-. inirnige. Rev. A. W. Irwm ofliciat- d ar." tr.*r ci-rt-mony was j> rfornu-d in -.' '>:-:•_•• r.c*- of 3. lew friends and rela- M-.-.o^s Audrey Rucker and Mar- \ ;•-..-.•• Yn:. A'Jt/rj-: sing "I l.ov- You 1 Fifth Birthday Observed- Billy, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Dau, celebrated his fifth birthday Monday at at birthday party given after school. Those present played games and Mrs. Dau servrd a lunch later. Guests were Phyllis and Sonny Walker, Phyllis and Jimmy Kuchenreuther, Bobby Riley. Joyce'sterling. Lnvonne and Joan Wolcott and Billy's sister, Evelyn. Birthday Onb at Mason City- Mrs. Fred Schn-rffer of Mason City, daughter of Mrs. J. O. Paxson, invited her mother and the Birthday club of which she is a member, to Mason City Saturday to a one o'clock surprise birthday party for Mrs. Paxson who celebrated her birthday that dav. Bridge was plavrd in the afternoon. After an enjoyable time the gucstte returned that evening. Fathers and Sons Meeting-— The Prudence Chapter No. 70. Royal Arch Masons, will hold a Fathers and Sons meet ing at the Masonic Temple, Thursday. April 26. starting at eight o'clock. 'A program will be given and Rev. William L. Dibble of Mason Citv will deliver a lecture. This is open to all Masons, sons of Masons nnd fathers rf Ma- c ons. Genrich Home h Scene of Shower For Spring Bride Union- Mosdames Edward Genrich and Glen Strnyer entertained thirty ladies Saturday afternoon at the Gon- rlch home at ft rolso.-llnncous shower in honor of Fldelis Arndorfcr. The guests solved a cross word puz7jc which revealed her name nnd that of her husband-to-be—Albert Gould. A mock wedding osremony was staged with the Misses Melinda Erdman. Ida Stoffel and Lucille Bode taking part with Motty Messenger as ring bearer. A microphone was supposed to have tren placed in the groom's coat pocket at the close of the ceremony and the rest, of the program was a radio broadcast, of the couple on their honeymoon, which created much merriment. A vocal solo by Ed Genrich and piano numbers by Margaret. Stevenson and Including 8, cornet solo by Luclle Bode furnished music for the entertainment. Others on the program were Mrs. Ed Genrich, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strnyer and Mrs. Louis Bode. 3800 Radios mav soun.l lik.- .1 lot but not when distributed among 800 Gamble stores, especially when they're Genuine Majestic. soiUnpt at a discount MS much ns 45 uer ceni. 17 Knfcrtalnmcnt Honors Guest— Mrs. E. J. McEvoy entertained two tables of bridge Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. J. Biggins of Fort Dodge who visited here over the week end. First prize was awarded to Miss Mary Streit and Mrs. M. T. McGuire received the second prize. Christine Wernert received the travel prize. Idle Hour Bridse Club- Mr?. F. A. Corey was hostess to the Idle Hour brklge club last. Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon at tn-e home cf Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Bridge was played in the afternoon and travel prize wciit to Mrs. S. B. French. Entertain Two Tab>s— Mrs. G. I). Bnmdaae entertained the members r.f her bridge club nt two tables of bridce last Thursday evening. Mrs. Burt Hanvood of Clarion was a Riirj-t of the club and received the first prize. Low prize went to Mrs. Ow-:n Nichols. Helping Hand Society— The Helping Hand society will meet Thursday afternoon. Mav 3. with Mrs. Rudy Guderlnn at 1020 E. States strret. Assisting hostesses ar:?: Mrs. Jeanette McMurray, Mrs. Tom Bailey. Mrs. Marc Moore and Mrs. H. N. Mathes. Mrs.Tribon ,111 be glad you came as I have wonderful bargains for you. MRS. TRIBON AT Christensen Bros. Co. BARGAIN BASEMEPfT lWfW MWWJVJWJ^W Dinner-Bridge Party— Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan were hoM. and hostess to tlvrir bridge club j Monday evcnine at 6:30 dinner party, j Bridge was played later and scores kept to be settled later. Mrs. Ralph Horignn wa.-^ a guest of the club. Living Room, Dining Room and Bedroom Suites ^ ' ' Largest Assortment and Lowest Prices in Northwest Iowa, Woman's Association— The Woman's Association of the Congregational church will m/cet Thursday of next week at. a one o'clock, luncheon which will be served by Mrs. Warren Laird's division. A Mother's Day program will follow. Club Entertained— Christina and Carrie Wernert weiv ho^tesw to their bridge club Tuesday n:ght of this week. High prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and Mrs. C. L. Blley received the travel c WWWWJWWJWAWJ^ JL O A Guest Nijbt— 7': :, ^ A .vLiii of Ihe Cungrega- j J :..:.=.. h-.:.-^-: fo'.-.v/ r^/d r_, rt-g- jp ..-.- •:!•-.•.:.% ,.'. •..'.-? E. J Marta-4li • f •..--.- ;-.•,-..;.."f.i.-...'.^ -^f u.ii *•.-!: Thu J v v- (*.•: -..-£:.: -n'~-i *.• vtrytyxly u «• . -.;• - "'.•-.• - '.:.---c.!~ 'i.'a.'.f. Will l>? ijj .-•. .-:••: \:-- -..:'-i.:.'.: i of Mr.s D J '/•","'" .'. ."i.r..-. -o ''-,:.-.'- Mri A. A »U .-...- ifv A :. 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