The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1934 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1934 Enjoy ttenlo to Pwfc— MoBt of ti» members of the Streit family had a gat together Sunday and enjoyed a tactile dinner at the state Park, ftioae prisent wer*: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. NUchel Mid ohQOreA of Aah- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Antonc Streit and Children of Ash ton, Lena and George Streit of Atffton, Mr. and Mrs. tilde Waldrtch and fwnily of AaJiton, Mr. and Mrs. Ntek Btrett and children of StaCyvlUe, Mlrtn^sota,' Afttttne, Mary, Jack, Cathcrino Streit of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith of Algona. Time Birthdays- Members of the Idle Hour bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Dg Whtie Monday noon for a chicken dinner. The dinner was also a surprise party for Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mn. B. W. Lusby and Mrs. M. J. McCall, each of whom observed her birthday on Monday. Bridge was the pastime of celved first prise, Mrs. a. D. Stokes the consolation prize and Mrs. M. J. McCall the travel prize. Birthday gifts were presented to the three ladles by he club. Hopkins Family Reunion— The Hopkins clan held a family reunion Sunday at the old home farm now occupied by the Edward Hopkins family. A dinner was served and the rest of the afternoon spent in visiting. Those present were: the J. H. Bailey family from Clear Lake, Fay Hopkins family from Olendale, California, Mrs. C. W. Hopkins, Beth, and Lee of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cox of Sac CRy, the Edward Hopkins family and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott District P. T. A. Meeting— There will be #1 all day meeting of the North Central District of P. T. A. at Arnold's Park Community Hall, Thursady, September 20th. Dr. Ver- You Can Save By Using Thrifty Service ECONOMICALLY SPEAKING To those who budget their expenses and to whom ttSs JUT** is adaptable, here is quality lanndrr-work »l a reasonable price. Every article to th» Thrlrty Bertie* receives the same careful handling that we glre oar otber types of serrtce. The •vo'Me taoxfle «f teoadry consists of Wv flatwork. This «TV Is returned to yon aU beaattfaQr ironed and folded. The balance. #>••* of your bundle, is wearing apparel and sundries. This Is returned so you ready for Irontng. Try to? Tfcrifty Serriee this week. Toa will be satisfied and know why we jar "Ton can save by using Thrifty sen-ice." Kirsch Laundry Phone 367 Algona, la. the afternoon and Mrs. W. H. Free re- planck Magdslck and John E. Gronseth will be the speakers. There will be a 25 cent luncheon served at noon and a 25 cent registration fee. Any local P. T, A. members Interested in going, phone Mrs. V. H. Coffin, president of the Algona P. T. A. Annomtement of Marriage— Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Jessie Roupe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roupe to John J. Wlttner of Mason CKy. which will take place next Sunday at th eJames Odle home In Mason City. Miss Roupe has been employed In the Amber room of the Jefferson Transportation Company of Mason City. Hflhond at Dinner— Nineteen of her friends gathered on Monday evening at the W. K. Ferguson home in honor of Mrs. Fay Hopkins of Olendale, Oalifonnia. A 6:30 dinner was served and bridge was played in the evening. -Mrs. Harry McCorMe received the first prize, Mrs. Tony Didrlcfcsen the second a«d Mrs. Hopkins was presented with a guest priie. Group HM Picnic— Members of a bridge club which met last winter, together with their families, enjoyed a picnic dinner at ttw CaU State Park Sunday. Those present were: the B. J. MeEroy family. C. A. Joym family, C. L, Bffley funny. Christen* and Carrie Werwit. 1» J. Nel5on familT and guest. Mr. Beck, and the W. A. Barry family. Th* September mwrttag of the American Legton Auxiliary "in be h*M at the Legion Hall Friday night at 7.30. There will be a n-port of the state convention and eleeSJon of officers. The social hoar win be In charge of Mrs. Mary Barry and Mrs. Olive Herbst, CALL THEATRE Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., Sept. 12-13 14 Clark Gable Joan Crawford "CHAINED Sat Special, Sept. 15 "The Scandals of 1934" 10 peoplte-Road Show—10 people Denver Darling, radio personality Hale Sisters, sweethearts of dance- land Newton and Smeltz, camedlans Jerl Nelson, blues singer 3 Banjoliers, fast melody ^an Piker **** and Bum 'tan Up Barnes Serial Sunday, Sept. 16 10 people—Road Show—40 people 5 "The Scandals of 1934" • J BeauttfUl girts—^nappy mu>tc— J i Comedians—dancers and <?% •j'JriP.\ <*•— rf^"—' Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 17-18 Charlotte Bronte's famous classic MOS1 appealing lav* story in all fiction Bend by 10 million people for three generations. A worthy successor to "Smilin' Through" and "Little Women." Greatest dramatic love story of a century and Bernice Claire J. Harvey Murry "WHO IS THAT GIRL" Romantic operetta, glorious singing. Western Electric Wide Range gives you all the beautiful overtones impossible with ordinary sound equipment. New News. Entertain at Gflcu The women of the Baptist Mission Circle are having a guest tea and program on Japan. Thursday. Sept' 20th at the church. They extend a cordial invitation to all the women of the church and congregation to meet with them. No offering will be taken. Eight Tear Old Celebrates— Betty Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. LaBarre, celebrated her eighth birthday last Saturday and invited sixteen little girls In for the afternoon. Games were played and a luncheon was served by Mrs. LaBarre later. Honors Mrs. SfcockweJV- Mrs. Andrew Peterson invited a. group of old friends In Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Stoekwell of Long Beach, California, who is vUlt- ng here. The afternoon was spent socially in talking over old times. Pint Meeting of Delphian*— Delphtons held their first meeting of the coming season Wednesday night (last night) at the Country Club. Mrs Dana Paxson and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer outlined the program for the coming year. Fay Hopkins Guest*— Mr. and Mrs. Fay Hopkins of Glen dale, California, were dinner guess o Mr. and Mrs.. W. E. Laird Tuesday «v enlng. Following the dinner the tlm was spent informally In visiting. C. E. Rally Brought 90 Visitors Last Sunday to LuVerne LuVeme: The Christian Endeavor rally held here Sunday was well attended and a fine program was given both in the afternoon and In the evening. About ninety were registered Young people attending were from Algona, Burt, Lakota and Lone Rock. In the afternoon there was special music by Algona and Lakota and a very interesting talk by the state president, Lawrence Bash. At 6:30 a potluck supper was served at the community hall. V***t The Progressive club held Its first meeting of the year Friday at the home of Mrs. George Hanselman with eight members and one guest, Mrs. Schaffer, present. A paper on "Organized Crime in the United States" was read by Mrs. Wllma Kosher and one on "The Cost of Ballots" by Mrs. Martha Spooner. Plans for the next year were presented. Miss Betty Holdcroft Is teachfe* this year south of Hardy. Miss Emma Voss is teaching school this year at Sexton. Miss Jtean Jennings. IB attending school at Cedar Falls this war. Mr. and Mrs. Dehnert attended the funeral of a relatives In Wisconsin last wwk. Miss Elsie HUT*, started her first rear of teaching In the home school Monday. Miss Clan Weden of Texas is visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert Schneider and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson and family of Eagle Grove visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boyle of Fort Dodge visited at the Harry Von Draska home Sunday. ter have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeMoy of Renwlck visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwyter, and Mr. Miller's sister and brother in North and South Dakota. Wed. and JThurs., Sept 19-20 DICK POWELL RUBY HEELER JOAN BLONDELl ter and an aunt, Mrs. Belle McCain of Bartlett. Nebraska, accompanied 1m for a visit there. Mrs. McCain was enroute home. Mrs. Homer Undhorst left Sunday venlng for LeRoy, HI., to visit with elatives and especially her aged mother, Mrs. Denman at Brokaw hospl- al fit Bloomlngton, who is suffering with a broken hip. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayne of Peoria, HI., left Thursday after almost a week at the home of Carl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hayne. Mrs. Earl Hayne of West Bend was a visitor Sunday at the G. E. Hayne home. Chester Wlldln reached home last week Wednesday after a week in Chicago seeing the city and the fair. He was accompanied by Merrill Parsons and the Misses Anna Ramus and Eunice Thompson of LuVeme. The H. L., E. C., L. A., C. A. and Dwight and Mrs. Peart Potter and Ray Miller families, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Mrs. Alta Stiles and son, Delfcert and Mesdamta AUre Cbvfell and Mae Miller were at the B. H. Potter home In Algona Sunday honoring Mrs. Covell and Stiles. A picnic dinner was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Chea. Miller and son, Dick, and Mrs. John Qulnn and daugh. ter have ret derunrf Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stoddard have returned home from their visit in Flasher, North Dakota. Mrs. Archie Sanford entertained 12 ladles of the M. E. Aid Friday afternoon at a tea,, assisted by Mrs. H. C. Allen. Carrie Hanson and Clarence Nlelson wer* married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Baddeley Saturday ev- evenlng. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Engle of Cedar Rapids visited over the week end with his steter, Mrs. Adam Zwtefel and bpotbers. Jess Llndebak. Miss Sally Brodie and Miss Helen Snedden of Granger visited last week with the former's sister, Mrs. Max Patterson and husband. Miss Sophia Schnepf of California and her slater, Mrs. Mary Tech of Brttt visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller. Mrs. Paul Emrle and Wilbur Amspoker of Humboldt were visiting with friends here Monday morning. They were enroute to Brooten, Minn., for a visit with tiietr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amspok«r. Miss Fern AUen who Is studying music In Minneapolis and her music teacher. Miss Lillian Jones were here Wednesday and Thursday visiting at the H. C. Allen and H. E. Peitske homes. They had just returned from a trip to New York. Fern's mother, Mrs. Blanche Allen, accompanied them here for a visit. Preacher's Vacation Spoiled by Illness Rev. Robert Hoemer, the popular pastor of the Algona Congregational church, returned with his wife from • five weeks 1 vacation last week. Most of ttoe vacation was spent In a- hospital at Clinton, Iowa, near where R*v. Hoerner formerly had a t*st)*ate. Shortly after leaving Algona on then vacation, Mrs. Hoerner was taken with appendicitis and was recovering from a- successful operation when Mr. Hoerner was laid up with sinus trouble and took to a bed in the same hospital. They are glad to be home again and both are looking well. Nelson Hdwe. Awards Stove Circus Prizes At the Nelson Hardware stove circus which was held last Saturday, Chutes Dennis of Corwtth received the gallon thermos jug for being the biggest man. He tipped the scales at 330 pounds. Alfred Nelson of Wesley won the safety bond box for being the tallest, man. His height was six feet nine Inches. For being the shortest man present, Theo. Herbst won the electric lantern, and waited patiently until the contest was over so he could take his new >ossesslon on a fishing trip. Mrs. Joe furre of Bancroft won the cold pack canner for having the largest family present. Follows "Gold Diggers," "12nd St." \ Gorgeous girl snow. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22 Sun.-Mon.-Tue«. Sept. 23-24-25 Wed.-Thurs-Fri., Sept. 26-27-28 Mrs. L. F.. Martin spent Thursda with her grandmother, Mrs. D. Stuff lick. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Martin and the H. T. Sabln family spent Sunday with relatives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and the Earl Miller family spent Sunday at the C. M. Cox homo at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchey fend daughter. Mary, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pernley Runchey In Emmetsburg. Mrs. Alta Stiles and son, Delbert of Charles City came Thursday and visited the Potters and friends there, returning Sunday. Ralph Llndhorst, James Kelly and O. E. Hayn* are assisting with check- Ing up on the corn-hog loans. Chas. Llndhorst has been assisting at the court house. Dolph Miller and Misses Alberta Orosenbach, Grace Miller and Ruth Jackion of Algona drove to Orinnell, where the ladles have relatives and Alberta remained. Harold Clayton sold his interest In a produce station In Emmetsburg to his partner, Pernley Runchey, and returned here to assist his father, A. E., In operating the farm next year. Clifford Worster of Des Moines Is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster who are recuperating from injuries received last week when struck by a car which was blinded by llghte . Dr. L. R. Potter of ShaJler came Friday. His mother, Mrs. L. E. Pot- WWWWWWVVVJWVW^ 's Grocery Friday and Saturday Special Look What 19c Will Huy 2 Ibs. box Crackers 19c 5 rolls Toilet Paper _19c 2 pkgs. Corn Flakes 19c 1 qt. Dill Pickles _-19c 4 pkgs. Jell Powder 19c 1 Ib. Dried Apricots 19c 2 pkgs. Bran Flakes 19c 1 can Sani Flush --19c 1 Ib Peaberry Cofl'ee 19c 2 Ib. can Ditto Cocoa 19c 1 pint Grape Juice _19c 1 Ib. fancy Cookies 19c 24 oz. jar Pig Feet 19c 1 gross Bottle Caps 19c Announcement To the Ladies of This Vicinity We have; secured the agency of the famous Bed Cross Shoes and we now have a number of their new fall styles on display for your approval. vwv AWUWWUWWVUWWWWft Dress Up Your Home With New Fixture* Have them installed and ready for the long winter evenings. You'll enjoy your "at home" evenings much more with better and modern fixtures. Pratt Electric Company Phone 170 wwwvwwvwvwvvxnfl gMBXfl»Mee»aCeM»aCMHHX»a^^ * Get The Most Out of Your New Fall Hat By Having One of Our Permanent Waves A new permanent will assure you of ringlet ends and soft lustrous waves. Milady's Beauty Salon Phone 127 Sue Morlan DON'S TEENY WEENY GROCERY Across From Kossuth Hospital Quality Groceries—Reasonably Priced Brown's Dairy Products FBI., SAT., SUNDAY SPECIALS, SEPT. 14-17 Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Algona Butter, Ib. __29c Hershey's Cocoa, Ib. 15c Fresh Eggs, doz __20c Raisins, 4 Ib. pkg. __33c No. 1 Spuds, pk. __-28c Matches, carton ___27c Breakfast cup coffee 21c Ice Cream, qt. 30c OPEN EVENINGS DONALD E. COOK, Owner OUR WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS l(ov«!o waled Iwwoft" THEY • • make a, walking picture .'I of you You just can't help walking more gracefully, more buoyantly in Ked Cross Shoes. They're so chic. So comfortable. They fit all four of your feet. Yes, and so rca- *onablc in price. Still $6.50. NEW FALL AND WINTER STYLES FREEMAN Th. FOUNDATION Ghristenseo's Shoe Department SHOES FOR MEN • Freeman values are greater this Fall than ever before. Advanced styling, for which Freeman is famous, is combined with hard practicality in the selection of leathers this year. Every detail gives evidence of the comfort built into Freeman Shoes. Sufi, pliable leather* predominate— $3.95 AND $5.00 yet every leather has been carefully selecteclfor its wearing quality and usability tokeepyourfeetwarmand dry during Fall and Winter months. Come in and let us show you these intensely practical and economical shoes. We carry an unusually wide range of sizes, widths a ad lasts. kgUl* 01 "" « The iClothing Corner of North Iowa i i ! I I I I I I I I 1 I I 0j&&a*K^

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