The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3, 1934 Auxiliary District The American Legion Auxiliary of the 8th district is meeting nox't Tuesday. May 8th. at Fort Dodge with a very interesting program in store for the ono thousand or moro mrmbors who plan to attend. Kossuth Conntv Auxiliary's part on the progrnm includes a skit, "The Iowa Legionaire." which will be put on by representatives of each of (lie eight units in (lie county. The skit was prepared by Mrs. Sadie Denton of Titonka. Mrs. Zada Naudain of Alaona find Mrs. Bernice Jensen of Lone Rnck. Tlie cast in tlie play will bo introduced by Mrs. Ida F.. Larson, county president, and includes Mrs. Denton. Mrs. Bernice Jonsrn, Miss Leola Zeiglor of Algona assisted by Mrs. Lillian Siglos of Burt. Mrs. Noil Lnr.'on of Algona. Mrs. Pauline Flnisr. Lone Ruck. Mrs. Lois Wintrr of Swea Citv. Mrs. Minnie MOUS/-I of Bancroft. Mrs. Myrtle Lease of Wesl y. The play hns been directed bv Mrs. Zadn Nnurtnin. Every unit is expected to send n larg? delegation. A banquet will be held nt the Warden hotel at six o'clock followed by a drmo/\ Woman's flub Meet Interesting— A very interesting program was given nt the Library Friday. Anril 27th by the Woman's club. Roll call was answered by telling the kind of seeds. plants or bulbs which each brought and which wero exchanged at the close of tho meeting. The Coun.'y Federation to be held at Swea City. May 1st was announced, nnd annual reports were given by the .secretary, treasurer and flower committee. The members then listened to n very interesting talk on "My Garden Ex- Jt.Tlences" by Mrs. Woodward, nnd poems rfad by the author, the Rev. Raymond Krosensky. Guild-Light Bearers' Activities— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday afternoon May 5th. at 1:30 o'clock. Tli Presbyteran Westminster Guild circle will meet at th,- church. Saturday afternoon. May 5th. at 3 o'clock. Do- votionals will bo by Louise Dovino* Chapter X of Study Book by Marie Pommerenning nnd Arthur Nash bv Imogene Hill. There will bo election of officers nt this meeting and all members are urged to be present. American Legion Auxiliary— Tlie American Legion Auxiliary will meoj Friday night nt 8 p. m. at the Logon hall. This will Iv nn open meeting and th? public is invited to attend. The following program under tlie direction of Mrs. Glen Roland, will be givn: two soKs by Mrs. Olive Herbst. n rending. "The Least of Tlrso." Violet Norman, paper. "The Poppy." Mrs. Antono Didvick=en. skit. "Lest We Forget." Refreshments and social hour will be in charge of Mrs. Wm. Hawcoit. Teachers' Party— Toiichrrs of (lie public schools were entertained at ono of their monthly parties last Wednesday evening at the high school. The party was in charge of seven teachers. Ruth Jackson, as chairman. A (5:30 southern stylo din- nrr was served in (lie true southern way. Folowing that pinrj-pong and various other gam's were played and several songs were sung by a group cf "nopro" fingers. List P. T. A. Meeting— The la«t Pa rent-Teachers Association meeting of the year will br held at the high school Mondav evening at 7:45. A eood attendance is required as ther? will be insinuation of officers and a report given of tho district meetine held at Fort Dodsre. The program for tho summer round-up will also bo outlined. Members of tlie -xocutivo board are asked to moot in thr* office nt 7:30 I). A. K. nt L"ng Honne— Tho D. A. R. will meet nt a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs Sarah Long Tuesday. Mav 8th. Mrs. Lcoln C-eipol ntid Mrs. Ella Laird will be assiting hostesses. There will the annual election of officers. Roll call will bo answered with current events A review on Historical Churches of 'America will l>^ given by Mrs. Lottie ' P. Whitney. Kntertain Bridge Club— Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd Ringgcnb-rg were hns; and hostess to tho member.' of their bridge club last Wednesday. First prizes went to Mrs. Glen Roland and Clarence Strwart nnd Mrs. Roy Bju.strom received the travel prize. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Danson were guests of tlie evening. C. C. Social committee Meets— Membrrs of the Country Club social committee held a meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Arlo Adams to make plans for the coming season. Members of the social committee are: Mrs. Arlo Adams, Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Elizabeth Nugent. Mrs. Floyd Sounders. Bill Steele nnd Roy McMahcn. Surprise Birthday party— A group of friends surphised Tom Dailey last Wednesday night by gathering nt his home in honor of his birthday. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. Jim Watts receiving th-r first prize and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn the low score prize. Lunch was served later. Baptist Ladies Aid — The Baptist Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. R. A. Evnns on Thursday afternoon at two-thirty. Assisting Mrs Evans will be Mesdam-rs Kruse. Hofius nnd Moulds. All members are to be present as there is important business lo be transacted. Retty Pratt Celebrates— Betty Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, celebrated her sixth birthday Friday nnd invited twelve of her school friends in after school to help her celebrate. The little played games and a supper was served Inter by Mrs. Pratt. Helping Hand Doughnut Sale— Tlie Presbvterinn Helping Hand society will sell fre.Mi home made doughnuts all day Saturday nt the H. R. Sorens-n & Co. grocery Anyone wishing to place an order ahead call Mrs. George Conklin. Miss Wallace Hostess— Miss Lucin Wallace entertained three couples Saturday evening. The evening was spent informally. Guests present were Mr. nnd Mrs. John McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dnvid C. Wnrd Prudence Lodge— Prudence Lodge No. 205 of Algona will put on third degree work Friday night. May 4. at 7:30 p. m.. following which Joint Hostesses Saturday- Mrs. G. H. Free and Mrs. a. B. French w:re joint hostesses Saturday evening when they entertained the Idle Hour bridge club and five other guests in honor of Mrs. G. D. Stoke's birthday. First prize went to Mrs. A. L. Long and second to Mrs. W. P. French. Mrs. E. J. Hough received the travel prize and a guest prize was given to Mrs. stokes. Light refreshments were served late in the evening. Entertainment Honors Coach— Six girls of th? academy basketball team entertained at a party Monday evening nt the E. w. Hansen home in honor of their coach. Delia Frankl. Bridge was played nnd the travel prize went to Catherine Streit. Hostesses were Laura. Hansen. Rita Dool'y. Marita Bestenlehner. Catherine Selzer. Catherine Streit and Margaret Licht-r. Mrs. W. T. Danghan Hostess— Mrs. W. T. Dnughnn entertained her bridge club Thursday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner. Following that bridge was played and Mrs. W. D. Howie received the first prize. Mrs. Ferdinand Erickson received the law prize nnd was also presented with a guest priz-?. Mrs. Erickson lives in Minneapolis nnd is n guest, at the O. W. Erckson home. Sexton Men Serve Banquet for 50 Mothers, Daughters Sexton: The Mothers nnd Daughters banqirt. given by the men at the church last week Thursday evening was well attended. There was around 50 mothers and daughters present. After supper n short program was given, consisting of nn opening song. "Faith of Our Mothers." by ttw audience; a reading. "Mother Has Had her Day" by Nell Wise; a duet. "My Wish For You." by Marie and Mary Harris, and a closing song. "God Will Take Care of You." A cake baked by Rev. I. C. McNuIty. local pastor, was cut into pieces nnd after the program it was sold at five "nts a piece, making it bring quite a -um. Quile n number of Wesley folks nt- ended. nmong them were RPV. and Mrs. I. C. McNuIty and Arlene Haynes. Mrs. Charles Kraus and Dorothy. Ida Young and Milton Giddings. there will refreshments. All bro- Call Theatre Watch for demons!ration of our new "Snnitor"—50.00 cubic fo- t nir treatment. Great for hay fever patient. It's the mm- north pine woocU in the thentre. Wed., Thurs., Fri., May 2-3-4 Gladys Hasty Carroll's "AS THE EARTH TURNS" treatment. Great for hay fever patients. It's the purn north pin" woods Jean Muir and Donald Woods Saturday, May 5 DOUBLE FEATURE Serial ami Scnipjr, Sun.-Mon., May 67 THRILLS COMING! f ( AND HIS MATE/ lOHNNY WE15$MULLEI\ \ Colleen Moore in 'Social Register" y Itink I><-posit. .May K SI25.00 SI^S.IM) Sli.YQO Ronald Coleman I Elissa Landi I In a Mii»i-r prodiic::on Hii: •>....- A IIM! roll- tor Cult rnai. H-- i...-- . \ :.i:n ut lioiiie H:.- •„::- .• . ..-: .. -. Wednesday .Thursday Friday, May 9-10-11 PASSION FLOWER OF NEW RUSSIA' \ \ ers in p-ori standing are cordially invited to attend. . E. Ladies Aid— Thp M. E. Lndi s Aid will hold their rreulnr meeting Thursdav. Mav 3rd. at he church. Mrs. Frank Green's division will s?rve a 1:15 luncheon. Please remember to bring n ;eh towel. Ida Ilnlpin Hostess — Tlie New Drni bridge club members were rut -rtaiivd Sunday afternoon bv Jr>-,< Hulpiii. Fir.-- prize went to Ruth McKce. CRESCO NEWS Charles Lindhor.-t spent Snturdu- and Sunday with Fernley Runchey in Em:not.<-burg. Frank nnd Elmer Brandow of Owi- tonn;i. Minn., vi.siled hero u w ok ;i':o Sunday at tlie homo of their brother, W. H. Brandow. Stephen Lo-.s Sr., entered the Kossuth hospital Monday ev- nine and underwent an operation for hernia on Tuesday morning. Irvin Laabs is recoverink from nn injury to his right hand a we-'k ago Friday when helping grind feed nt the Brown dairy farm. Tho E. G. Elv.s and It M. Lindhorsts of tlie Titonka vicimtv and Mr. and Mrs. John Keb-0 of Buffalo Center, all former residents here, were nivi-'. ing rid fri IHU r comly. Mr.-. Earl Miller, pie.ideiit of ;ii • Irvington Ladies' Aid ,-ocioty. v.i., ]»leasiintly .-urpnwd ThurMiay af'vi- nonn. w'lv n the Micictv met at iiej- iioiiii and brouglit ri-frc.xlimrnt.'.. Jdiin Simpson i> .--iDWly i eroveri'it; from liL-i relap.^' fullowim; an appivui- iciti.-i np'-ration. but >\ill not !><• able t.; r turn t>j h:., .'tudie., at IOWA S''- Cfilleije ut Anie.-. lor a time Mi- (,' Lirlr.-, Wm.indy ar.d clu!(li"n li-lt !l,e lure part (if tli<- week: for their Ii ir.e in C'nuM<.'o after a :i weeds' \i.sit at tlie home nf ln-r nar--ii'.-. and brotlier. the Jijhn .Simui'.s. Kr.. and Jr. T: •• Litdii •> (if tlic IJori'ii.s :(ii::e'v ,-ij tii- S'.vedi. !i Lutheran church a: A!- t;oi.a t(j<j|-: i tie.shments Thur'-day a!- t.-M.or,!: ..nn .uirpri-ed Mr:- Peter Ha'...- :i;r; .>'. ti:,- old O'Holllki' turin Mr. b:<.•/:<• her ankle recently I) it . tj'.'i.i ' 11 Cl Utcil'-- SENECA NEWS Russ 11 Saunders spent Wednesday light with his friend. Leonard Carroll. N'ls Christensen nnd Gladys, Bucr- kins were Fairmont callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turner of Curlew spent Sunday at the John Saunders home. The Modern Mixers club held a card party Friday evening at (he Carl Peterson home. The junior-senior banquet will be held May lltli at the Kcrmoore hotel nt Emmetsburp. Ed Pyle of South Dakotn i* spending a week visiting his old frlond. KMph Carroll and family. Professor Reyman and A. T. Paulsen spent a couple of dnys the past week end at DCS Moines at the Drnke Re- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ki:eek. Ruby. Melvin. Betty were Friday evening visitors at the G. Ku-rck home at Good Hope. Fohby and Join Anderson spent &.t- iirday and Sunday nt the homo of their prandparenb. Mr. and Mrs. R. E Sauncl rs. Oborn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn spent the we r k end wi h her grandmother. Mrs. C. Madison of Lone Rock. The senior class play. "Wild Ginger." will be presented May 3rd and 4th. rhursday and Friday evenings, nt the Sen ca consolidated school. Mr and Mrs R. E. Saunrerr. and amily visited Tuesday <veniiy; with heir daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray An- ierson nnd family of Swea CHv Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper l"ft one •Jay week for Algona to get more Household goods and from there they will go to Laurens. where they will make their future home with Mrs. Cooper's mother. The boys will accompany them as soon as school is out. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum have )een on the sick list the past few days but, they both are some better now. Charles McMahon left Saturday evening for Chicago where he shipped a car load of cattle. He will return this week. Mrs. Laura Francis visited the past week at the homes of her children. Ear). Glen and Mrs. Grace Mason, all at Corwith. When going down the steps into the basement with a kettle of eggs one day last week. Mrs. Essie McMahon slipped and fell down four steps, bruising herself quite badly, but no bones were broken. Clever Flatterers . . . These New Hats Here are hats that bring you all of Summer's smartest advance news in becoming hat .styles . . . they'll perk up your spirits amazingly! The grand variety of brim styles and trimmings make it so ea^y for you to express your own individuality. Greet Summer in one of tries-? hats—and it will .st,',rt you off right into this gay new r-eason! The Elite lotos Permanents A beautiful, soft, lustrous wave, either spiral or croquignole wind. You can enjoy yourself while receiving this wave as it is given without a machine. Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 279 Algona, Iowa. The Great American Gamble 29,900 persons killed; 850,700 persons Injured on streets, in highways and automobiles during the year 1933. Iowa Safety Week. May (5-12, will endeavor to impress the need of Safety and Caution on the motoring phulic. 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