The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24, 1934 one O'clock Luncheon— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club served a one o'clock luncheon n't the Sadie Hopkins home Mny 16 to about 40 members and guests.* A Mothers Day program was prepared by Viola Kain. The program was ns follows: "A Tribute to Mothers" by Mrs. Keen, songs by Phyllis MBP Katii. Mothers' Day poems by Virginia and Mary Janice McWhortcr. a recitation by Jcnn Young and «, play, "Friendship Declined" by Phyllis Mae Kain and Joan Young. The next meeting will be on June eth at the shelter house at the Call state park. Roll call will be answered by short poems. Poppy Foster Contest— Tl>? Poppy poster contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and open to students of the high school and junicr high was closed recently. The posters were judged last week with the following results: Ann McNeil, first of t.he high school. Leroy Mathlson. first of the junior high and Dorothy Dailey. second. Miss McNeil's poster. called Memorial Silhouette, is displayed in the Chrischilles ft Herbst, store window. Leroy's is in the Goeders window and Miss Dailcy's in the Barry Recreation Parlor window. The two posters winniftg first will be sen; to the state contest. Showw for Bride-to-Br— Mrs. P. L. Thorpe entertained Monday night at miscellaneous shower for Alberta Orosenbach who will become the bride of Dolph Miller late this summer. Twenty-fight guests were present and spent, the evening playing bunco. Mrs. G. L. Vohs received the high store prize. Mrs. Thorpe was assisted ' in s;rving the lunch later by Mrs. A, Grosenbach of Grinnell. mother of the honoree. who visited here this week end. Miss Orosenbach received many lovely gifts. "Procession of Brides" Success— The "Pnxrssion of Brides" which was sponsored by one circle of th Woman's Association of the Congre gational church, and presented Mon day evening at the church was a grea success with over 100 present. Because senior night was held at the schoo the same night a repetition was given Wednesday night. Over 26 "brides" d.v Oiiderian and take part and the bridal gowns dated called for. back to 1861 up to 1934. Farewell Reception— The ladies of the First Lutheran church gathered at the Ole Allison home Saturday afternoon, Mny 19. for a farewell reception in honor of Miss Laurlne Peterson. Several lovely gifts were presented to Miss Peterson as a token of friendship. Miss Peterson has been a teacher in the Algona schools for the past 'three years. She has accepted a position to teacli in her home town next year. Baptist Mission Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday, May 24th at the church, with Mrs. Anna Ingcrsoll and Mrs. Arthur Hucser as hostess:s. Mrs. O. Elkins will be the lesson leader. I First Country Club Party— The first Country Club parly of the season, R "mixer", was hrld Tuesday night with sixty-seven reservations made for the seven o'clock dinner Following the dinner, the guefU were entertained with several tnp dunce numbers by Ruth McKee. Valerii Pickett. Verona Benson and Theodora Larson. Oeorga Ann Geigel accompanied than nt the piano. Charades werf then played nnd bridge and other enrd games followed. High prizes in bridpe went, to Mrs. Joo] Herbst .mil G. S. Buchanan. Other prizes wtr.t to Marie Wehler. J. L. Bonar, P. A. Dnnson. Mrs. Arlo Adams. H. R. Cownn. Committee in charge of this party were the directors: H. M. Hauberg. pro.-ident. T. L. Larson, secretary, G. F. Towne. F. E. Kent. R. H. Miller. T. H. Holmrs. M. J. Pool. F. L. McMahon. M. H Fnlk- enhnlner, Jos. Greenberg. A. E Ogren. D. E. Dewel. A. H. Borchardt. L. E. Linnan. Eugene Murtagh. A dancing party, with music furnished by Cec Hurst, will be given Monday night and will tf open to non-members with (,'iif.^t tickets as well as members. Hostess at 1 O'clock Luncheon— Mrs. A. A. Lyon was hostess Wednesday of last week at n one o'clock luncheon, with 14 guests present. Bridge was played during the afternoon with Mrs. M. P. Weaver receiving the first prizr. Second prize went to Mrs. Psn Traugcr. Out of town guests were Mrs Mae Hc-enk nnd Miss Jessie Hoenk o Long Beach. California, and Mrs. Em mett Jackman of Whittemore. Surprise Two Ladles— Ladles of the neighborhood surprt 5 ed Mrs. Gordon Kuhn and Mrs. Lou McMurray last Friday afternoon when they gathered at the home of Mrs. Me Murray in honor of the two ladies birthdays. Bridge was played at tw< 'tables with Mrs. Lloyd Muckey receiv ing the first prize and Mrs. Kuhn the low score prize. Sprays to be Made— Anyone having flowers or greens thai could be used for sprays for decorating the soldiers' graves either bring them to the Legion hall Tuesday. May 29th, at 2 o'clock or call Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. Frank Green, Mrs. Ru- S8 (Bamirror THE DAY of the hour-glass figures for opera stars la gone. Miss Grace Moore Is the leading exponent of the new order. On her vacation at Palm Springs, Cat., recently, the spent many hours on the tennis courts and In bicycle riding for figure's sake. I MANY STATES SEEK THIS BABY — John Dillinger, sought the country over, after his ei cape from jail, wa quite a n o r m a child as this ph proves. fioto the flowers will be Treasure Hunt Thursday Night— Madonna Qitinii ontertained the members of her bridge club last Thursday at a treasure hunt. Twelve girls went on the hunt, four in each car. Winners of the prizes were Mrs. H. B. Whito. Mrs. George Free, Loretta Howie and Sara Dornn. R. N. C'lab at U'hiKemore— Members of the Royal Neighbor club were entertained Tuesday afternoon at he home of Mrs. L. W. Swanson at Whit'.cmor?. Mrs. Oscar Anderson. Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn and Mrs. E. J. Butler were assisting hostesses. ROVING ENVOY — Richard Washburn Child, former Ambassador to Italy and an outstanding critic of the administration, selected to make » survey of the economic situation in Europe as special representative of the President. e ICY MOUNTAINS. CORAL STRANDS— or words to that effect. Lois Bennett, in the snow suit, and Rosaline Greene, of < Captain Henry's Maxwell House Show j Boat, have their pictures taken on the same day. Miss Bennett lives on Cape Cod. Miss Greene was in Miami. Birthday Lunclwon— Mrs. J. W. Haggard entertained n number of relatives and friends at a birthday luncheon Saturday afternoon at her home on North Tiiorington street. Pies Cakes Cookies Bread Rolls Fresh and delicious every day. Why bother to do your own baking during Ilic hot .summer weather. Wilson's Bakery ;i Thursday Evening — Mrs. Glen McMurray was hostess to the members of her bridge club last Thursday evening at her home. Bridge was played and Mrs. O. D. Brundage received the high prize. Mrs. Henry Becker received the low prize. Idle Hour Bridge Club- Mrs. A. H. S\ock entertained the Idle oour bridg? club at her home Wednesday of last week at a one o'clock luncheon. Bridge was played during the afternoon and Mrs. F. A. Corey received the travel prize. Mrs. Lloyd WcUendorf Hostess— Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained her bridge club last Wednesday evening with Mrs. W. P. Hemphill receiving the first prize- and Mrs. Anna March receiving (lie low score prize. Benefit R. N. Party- Mrs. Arthur A. Guderlan enf and Mrs. E. at a benefit Royal Neighbor party Wednesday night of last week. Bridge was played and Mrs. Ann Zittritsch received the hi\i and travel prizes. Mrs. Ralph Brown was awarded the low score prizo. Women's Home Missionary .Society— The Women's Home Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon 'today) with Mrs. W. C. SKle. Members of the Bible Searchers class rne-. Tuesday afternoon with Mrs L R O:r.ger- ich with thirty present. Me-murial Church. Service*— Every Auxiliary member ;•> ^t.tc :•> meet at the Lr-gton hall fiur.day.~MAy 27, at 10:45 to go in n. body '.r, in* Memorial church servicei i-. Uv- Ba;.- tt-st church. LINDBERGH AND THE AIR MAII The Lone Eagle (right) turned down the Invitation of Secretary of War Dern to serve on the committee named to study the Army's operation of the air mail.. GOOD NEWS FOR MOTORISTS! Costs of opera- ing motor cars have been reduced approximately 25 per cent, and even greater savings will be possible on new cars with their advanced lubrication system, says J. M. Koch, leading Pennsylvania ubrication expert. New cars with advanced type gears can show reduced expenses for repairs if correct extreme pressure lubricants are used. YANKS INFIELD PENNANT HOPES—Infield- era with whom Manager McCarthy expects to strengthen -his infield. (Left to right) Jack Saltzgaver, Red Rolfe and Don Heffner. Mrs. W. A. Barry Ilostoas— Mrs. W. A. Barry was hostess to the members of her bridge club Thursday evening or last week. Bridge wa» played and high prizes went to Mrs. E. J. McEvoy and C. L. Bllley. Travrt prizes went to Christina Wernert and C. L. Bliley. Mary Streit was a guest of the club. This was the last of a series of parties given by this club and the scores were setiled. The "lows" will entertain the "hi|Vis" .some night this week. Miscellaneous Shower Held— A miscellaneous shower, given b\ Mrs. Nita Isaacson, Meda Gade and Bridget OaJTney, was given Saturday night for Lucille Kunz. who will be married June 4th to Raymond Wehler. Fifteen guests, all nurses, were present and enjoyed a picnic lunch at the Call State Park. Following that they went to the Ka'suth hospital where they spent the evening visiting. Past Matrons Entertain Officers— The Past Matrons entertained the officers of the Eastern Star T-itxlay at a 12:30 luncheon gnen at tho Temple. Covers were laid for thiity-four. Gue*ts were entertained with a play- let. "Be a Little Cuckoo" presented b> Jive girls under the direction nt - Jr5 D D Paxson. The r^r.t oi the af f ' rnoon was "P^nt in plavtr.g bridg*. ftftrVrWYWWVWJVt MAY 21 to MAY 26 INCL. * Coast to Coast Independent Grocers' Dollar Week Algona Man Sleeps in Dead Man's Room L»-d McDonald. Algona and Burt o^.-r.^-xi man. occupied the room in Ov.^rr.*i fj! Matt Bestenlehner. ihe :.-nr.: tr.at he was killed in an auto ac- c:->r.» :i.i*. w*>k, leaving in the mom..".^ a; 1 ..-; ',-.i\. learning of hi.s host's tragic <•>«.:-. The Bur: Monitor telLs the MONARCH FINER FOODS Va«ht flub i<iolden Ikintani Corn) Poet Toa&tiex 'i |>kfp>. Pint Bran Klaki-* . P«>t Whole Bran . Cookies, Ib i'rab Meat, :j5i F.our, "iu.->t!, more, wortli it" 49 Goid Medal, "KiUlu-n toatcd", 4S Iba. Sl.93 Klour. !'J Ib,. Peter Pan Hour. 4:) Iba. :i MONAKCH KUOT ISi.hlt ( ON< tVl KATE uiike, 5 gai. i-uui bti.« Fruit Nt-ctar. 5 I Minute Tapiixa, pkg. BakerV Hrkfst. (otoa, L McDonald. Burt real estate •*a,, fcrr.oiig the la.st to see Be.s- ' r OL\'.;>- McDonald, a clo.se per- f Be.stenlehner, on a buM- uic .southern part of the lay, stopped in Ottumwa H.- was invited to thare r.nfrr.s room that night, that us his hoot expected '. that evening, to go in and _<-if al r.ome. :>onald, accordingly hk-pt in B-stenlehner's room. in tht- morning that Matt • t b-.-trii in. However, he thought •4 thii. and departed not know- iiii< of ti.e d ath of hLs friend until i.i: r'.-ad the account in the paper the SWEA CITY SCHOOL GRADUATES 25 AT EXERCISES; ATHLETES ARE REWARDED D. Fults Is Valedictorian; Two Girls Tied For Second Honors Swea City: Supt. E. H. Parsons, Armond Schueler and Music instructor, Miss Prances Dahl presented letters to students on Mon3ay night. Letters In music were awarded to Edith Dahl, Alpha Simmons, June Vera Baker, Claire Parsons, Larson, Everett Kulander, Renn Kluger, Palmer Jensen, Keith Dye, Mac Peterson, Dorothy Arnold, Gifford Smith, Robert Leland. Frances Thomson, Luella Senen- felder, Harold Schu:ler and Mavis Larson. Declamatory letters were awarded to Alpha Simmons, Darlene Kesler, Arlette Skromme, Jeanette Wilson. Florence Picht, Edward Montgomery, Baseball letters went to Roy Bra vender, D. Pulls, Harold Hewitt, Elmer Berg. Raymond Can- Palmer Jensen, Harold Applequlst, Forest Hanifan and Edward Montgomery. Dr. E. A. Stclner of Grinnell College, was the commencement speaker at the high school auditorium on Thursday evening when 25 members of the senior class received diplomas. D. Pults was named valedictorian, Jane Carlson and Edith Dahl tied for second honors with Alpha Simmons and Helen WaLstrand in close competiton. A trophy case was presented to the school by UK- .senior cltisi of "34. Miss Klna Berg has accepted a position to t*ach music in the Haifa school to take Theodora Hovey's place, who will U-ach in tlie Swea City school The annual Poppy day will be observed ht-ro Saturday with Mrs. Helen Nel- .son, poppy chairman in charge. The merchants have decorated their windows in a fitting and artistic manner. Mr.-i Archie Whitlow was honor guest at a i^ariy at the BovU home prior to her departure for Armstrong, where the Whitlows will reside in the future. She wa-s presented with an electric clock. QUALITY MEATS | Boiling Beet, Ib. A l /,c \\ Beef Roast, Ib. -.. Pork Roast, Ib. lOc ....Spccul Meat Fru:e» Saturday uuly, »Uiie the supply UoU. . Basket Grocery (AJ^vuaa Ir'uiCBt food Slurc) iy VVWVWVVU VfVUVVVWVW%rVWVVVVU'^^ Hospital News Kub&uth Hut>|ktUI News C Good, of Algona ent. red afu-rnooii for iiitdicai treit- mtni for a. tore thruat. Mrs Claire Winkle of Burt cntt-rt-J TTiursday evening for medical :jtat- Mrs. T J Oxjn of Algona eia.-red ThurMiay ai, a medical patient Mrs. E. C. Hancher of AJgolia gave birtli to a baby boy Saturday afternoon. Dicky, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J Pool, cutertd Sunday to rec-riv.- treatment for a right broken arm received when he fell off the porcii at his home. Mrs. J. Sciioby of Algona enttrevi for utedical treatment Sunday aflcnioou. Mike Ki^cii of St. Joe c-nU-rt-d as a burgiciJ piitiuiit Mouday. Mrs. Burton Axru»ood of Algcna un- durwent a miiujr operation Mwuiay. (ieuonU HuBpiUU mciiard Furs.t of Aigorui tijj± lu^, toii- ili and adenoids re.mon.-d Thurtxlay. Father of Mrs. J. S. Auner Dies in West Word was received in Algona Friday by friendo of tht J. S. Auners of Monies that Mrs Auner had departed thai, day for San Diego, California. wherv the was called by the sudden death of h<:r father, John Kate, who oa^ied away following a stroke. Mrs Auuer wao accompanied by her sister ol Omaha Mr. Kate a^ Quite well known in Algona a^ he ajid Mrs.. Kate came iv-re and lived for a time during the years liu.- Aimers were Algona resident. To Interview Applicants John Bremian, appraiser for iht Home Owners' Loan Corporation JH the Fort Dodge dstrict, will be at the court room in the court houi>e in Algona. Fri day. May 25. to interview all applicants for Home O'Aiiert.' Loaiu Ui county. Iiiu.-rviev.i will btr coiiducKd cuiuin- U'jUaly Iroin 8 a. ui. to 7 p. m , <(:> each applicant will be interviewed individually The hoars from 5 to 1 p. ui. will be reserved for working people *o could not come during the aer ot Uie day. 21 Fishermen Back Full of Yarns; Got Big One Sleeping After a w««k of fishing, seven car toads of Algona men returned home Saturday and. Sunday from northern Minnesota, bringing with them 317 Ash, mostly wall-eye pike, with a smattering of northerns. The large group left a we-ek ago Sunday, while several other cars arrived during the week. Those who were in the group for the entire week or part of it were Mart Weaver, Joe Duerin. Jim Duryea. W. A. Foster. Herman Hauberg, E. J. Van Ness, Ed Rlst. Ralph Miller, Fred Kent, Hal Cowan, C. R. LaBarre, A. E. Michel, Harry Holmes, R. O. Bjustrom, Glen Buchanan, Dr. II. M. Olson, Mr. Miller of LuV'.rne, John Belser. Bert Deal. A. L. Peterson and R. B. Waller. A. O. Aldrtch, St. Paul, brother-in-law of C. R. LaBarre. and Jack. Hanley, a former resident here, who assisted with the cooking, were also in the expedition. The boys reported a mighty fine time, with cool weather prevailing and the flsh In a very receptive mood. R. O. Bjustrom caught the largest fish, a northern weighing 14 pounds, while he was sleeping. He had anchored his line on the bank of the Mississippi river, and was taking a nap at the time of the strike. Frankl Saws 10,000 Feet of Lumber IrviiiKton: During the past, week, John Frankl sawed about 10,000 feet of lumber which consisted mostly of ' 1m and cxntonwood. Some of this lumber will be used to erect, a new corn crib on the farm now tenanted by the George Scuflham family, known to older residents as the old Paine place. On Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Frankl accompanied by their daughter. Helen left for Silver City in the Black Hills hoping thereby to benefit Mrs. Frankl's healtii which has not been of the best lately. two children, follow. Delia and Later their Harlan will Bancroft Repairs City Water Pump Tiie condition of the Bancroft water supply LS not as alarming as was at. first, thoug-ht. it was learned this week. The pumps were pulled last week and it was found that they were a trifle leaky, so a new pipe was put in one well and not into action at once. Although there teemed to be quite a lot of water in the well it is still advisable, city officials stated, as long as dry weather lasts, to not use more water than is necessary. Musical Program Entertains Rotary A musical program presented by the members of the high school orchestra entertained the Rotary club, Monday noon. President Hauberg explained that there would be no program dedicated to the fishermen because there were so many and each had so many stories to teli, that It would probably take all afternoon. AlVen Buchanan manipulated a slid? trombone with precision to open the program. Max Miller played a difficult and pleasing flute selection and Ruth Malueg offered a cornet solo. Evelyn Smith was at the piano as accompanist. Trinity Lutheran* to Celebrate Mission Fest The Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church of Algona will cfelebratfe Its annual mission festival the coming Sunday. Special services will be conducted in the forenoon and afternoon. The Rev. E. G. Juengel of Fort Dodge will preach In the forenoon at 10:30 o'clock and the Rev. Victor Kollman of Royal, Iowa, will conduct the English services In the afternoon Bt 2:30 o'clock. The. choir will help to beautify 'the services. The public Is also cordially Invited to attend the mission festival. Caucus at Irvington The republicans of Irvlngton precinct will hold their caucus Monday evening, May 28, at 8:30 at the Inrington elevator to elect two delegates and one precinct commltteeman and woman. Hugh Raney Is commltteeman for the precinct. LuVerne District School Buys Swing Irvlngton: On Saturday W. B. Hunt, a school director in LuVerne township, purchased two new elctrlc light potes from the Irvlngton Light & Power Co. for the purpose of erecting a swing In the school yard. The law now reads that to keep schools standardized new play ground equipment must be added and utilized before the closing of the old school year. &&y&&o&txa&^^ The Following Grocery Stores Will be Closed All Day Memorial Day White's Grocery Akro Grocery Atlantic & Pacific Clark's Grocery Soronsen Grocery Long's Grocery Cut Rate Grocoiy Moo & Sjogren (I H. Johnson Basket Grocery ('onncil Oak Grocery Anderson Bros. Plum Greek Caucus The Plum Creek republican caucus will be called Tuesday evening. May 29, at eight o'clock at the center school licit*,- for the purpose of naming three delegates and one committeemaa and. coinmitteewouitin to be voted ou at lite June 4 primary. George Miller is Uie coamnttvcuuia tor Plum Cn.-r.-k Call Theatre Ice—Air—Water—Elixir of Pine. Sanitor—Kooler Aire. North West Iowa's Summer Resort. Wed., Thurs., Fri., May 23-24-25 Dally matinees 2:30. Super Special Production. George Arliss in "THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD" New News—Chicago Fire Scenes. DeMille's Version grand opera "PAaLIACCI" Henry Hull—Don GridlPy—Chick Sale In "LITTLE FELLER" Matinee Price 30c Night Prices 10c-30c-40c Saturday Double Feature May 26 Both programs on approved family list by General Federation Women's Clubs. Buck Jones in "MAN TRAILER" Spencer Tracy and Madge Evans in "The Showoff" Serial and Scrappy Sunday and Monday, May 27-28 Big Four Way Show Guy Lombardo and Royal Canadians Veloz and Tolanda, Fancy Ballroom Dancers Geo. Burns & Oracle Allen in 'Many Happy Returns' It's a big laugh show. Comic Color "The Little Red Hen" Ted Wolf and Band Jinshv Berkley's gorgeous Girls in technicolor special "MOROCCO NIGHTS" New News—Chicago Fire Scenes Tuesday, May 29 Bank Deposit Night Mae Ttnee—Chicago Tribune, says, "Don't miss it." Fay Wray and Walter Connelly in "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" Hosiplal background. Fay Wray as supervisor. Walter Connelly, head surgeon, Ralph Bellamy, clever young assistant. Hearst News. Comedy, "Roman Vandals." Wednesday, May 30 Decoration Day Matinee 1-3-5. Night 7:15 and 9:15. THEY'RE ALL NUTf- OUT ON A LIMB OF THEIR FAMILY TREE! M**t Am.rlta'i rlrtt Fa in ilw wlldoi laii|h »h ily o \A LI N E JMi.MAHON G U Yj KIBBEE \H U G H /HERBERT ALLE JENKINS 1 r/nrms New*-Ke*ps Raining All the Tune Pictorial. Thursday and Friday, May 31, June 1 MaUnee Thursday 2:30 FARJUELL 'CHANGE OF HEART' And with thorn art JAMES DUNN rfoauCKl Dy WINflUO SHEEHAN Oliteltt by JOHN C. ttYSTONI .. flOO If,, 110,«| by KATHUEN"NOHUS New Mows.
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