The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 11, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 11, 1934 Farewell Party for Raises— Around 178 members of th« Methodist church tni&t at the church Monday evening as a farewell to Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse. A eotetet) dish supper was served at 6' 30 and the following program presented: songs by Mrs. M. O. Bourne and Mrs. A. Michel, presentation by a trio, Ruth Malueg, Ella Mae Johnson and Isabel Oreenberg; a play, "Th« Incurable Optimist" by Marion Corey, Isabel Oreenberg, Esther Pratt and Ha L«fTert, directed by Mrs. Elsa Ooed«rs. Burdette Agard then a presentation ••• and farewell speech and presented the Hulses with e beautiful mantle clock. His sp««ch was responded to by Rev. Hulse. Auxiliary Insists Officers- Sixty members of tb? Legion Auxiliary attended the Auxiliary meeting Friday evening of last week. Installation of the recently circled officers was held and presided over by Mrs. L. L. Lease of Wesley. Following the business meeting bridge was played with first prize going to Mrs. Ray Stone of LuVerne and travel to Miss Estelle Arnold. Mrs. L. L. Lease received the door prtz?. This meeting was also a dues paying meeting and Maxlne Momyer was remitted her dues because she held the lucky number. Guest Dinner Thursday — The Woman's club guest dinner, at which over sixty guests were present. was held Thursday ev-snlng of last week at 6:30 at the Masonic Temple. Immediately following the dinner, the guests adjourned to the high school building wlv?re an immensely interesting program was presented as follows: An Eugene O'Neill play presented by Otto B. Lalng, Ed Genrich, Mrs. Allan Bishop and David Ward; piano solo by Jeanette Ooeders, vocal solo by Bsrrtlce Wilsort and a tap dancing number by a group of girls. Surprise Party for Mrs. Hnlse — Members of the Bible Searchers' Sunday Scihooi elate of the Methodist church gathered at the home of Mrs. C. V. Hulsel as a surprise farewell party for her Wednesday afternoon. A program was presented by Mrs. L. J. Malueg, Miss Harriet Frances Vlning and Mrs. A. E. Michel, after which th» gifts from the class were presented to Rev. and Mrs. Hulse by the president of. the class, Mrs. L. W. Martin. A covered dish luncheon was served later. 16th Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mm. J. M. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller end families were the guests of Mr. and Mr*. D. D. Sparks Sunday. The occasion was the 16th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sparks. her of last guests played « and first and week at bridge during the evenli second prizes went to Mrs. Owen Nichols and Mrs. Henry Becker. Guest at Mbbaeh Home- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Hilllard and daughter, Suzanne of Mason City, Illinois, were week end guests at the Joe Mtobach home. IMr. Billiard and Lelghton Mlsbach were friends when they attended Knox College at Galesburg, Illinois. The Hllllards accompanied Bob Melton's father and sister who spent the week end in Algona with him. Mr. Melton is a member of the Iowa State Highway Commission here. Buffet Slipper Sunday- Mrs. Donald Hutchison and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman were hostesses Sunday «v- ening to seven couples at a buffet supper given at the Hutchison home. A majority attended th-? football game following the supper and upon their return contract bridge was the diversion. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz re- cevied high family prize and Mr. and Mrs. T. c. Hutchison received the low family prize. Benefit R. N. Party- Mrs. Frank Ostrum antf MH. E. A. Guderian sponsored a benefit Royal Neighbor card party Friday afternoon of last w-:ek. Six tables were in play and Mrs. Ralph Brown received the first prize. Low prize went to Mrs. Clarence ShlHs and travel to Mrs. Ben Hynds. A two course luncheon was served later. Dance at C. C. House— The last of a series of every other week dances given at the Courtitry club house this summer was held on Monday evening. Al Menke furnished the music and forty couples were present. These danoes were under the management of Bob Harrington. Bill Steele and Roy McMahon. Guests at Sunday Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Duffy entertained Sunday at a dinner and the following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., and daughter, Frances of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Montag and children of West Bend, Helen Larson of Albert Lea, and Alice Duffy of Algona. Honor Birthday Thursday— Mrs. John Hardgrove and Mrs. A. J. Schnepf were hostesses Thiirsday evening at two tables of bridge which was given in honor of Mrs. Ros? Brown's birthday. High score prize was presented to Mrs. Don Sties and low prize to Mrs. Hugh Post. Standard Bearers Meet— Phyllis Sawyer was hostess and Virginia Merck, assisting hostess, to the members of the Standard Bearers of the Methodist church. Following a review of the study lesson, dainty refreshments were served to those present. Hostess to Club— Mrs. Herman Haubterg enltertalnfed her bridge club Monday afternoon and first prize went to Mrs. Pauline Wor- st/er. P. T. A. ComHy CoWMdS— Over one hundred members of the p. T. A. attended the county council on Tuesday afternoon in the high school auditorium here. Mrs. Craven of Tl- tonka, president of th« county council, presided over the meeting. After the meeting, the hours were devoted to the program as follows: songs by a boys' glee club and girls' trio of the high school; Invocation by Rev. M. A. Sjostrand; welcome by Mrs. V. H. Coffin; response by Mrs. Drayton of Algona, reports of the committees. It was also decided that the county council would sponsor a child improvement clinic. Mrs. Warner of Swea City then gave a talk on "Why Our Local P. T. A." which was followed by a talk by Mrs. Craven of Tltonka on "Why Our State and National P. T. A." Nine Algona ladies presented a skit on "How the Parents of Yesteryear and of Today Deal with Child Problems." A vocal selection, by nine girls of the seventh grade closed this interesting and varied program. Tea was then served in the home economics room. Showers Honor Mrs. Schnldt— Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll and Mrs. W. A Foster were hostesses Wednesday even- Ing of last week at a mlscellanteous shower given at the former's home for Mre. Victor Schuldt, who with her husband, ts to b;gin housekeeping in Lu- Verne this week where Rev. Schuldt will be pastor of the Methodist church Thirty-two guests were present and presented Mrs. Schuldt with many useful and pretty presents. After an informal evening, a luncheon was serv- CALL THEATRE Thursday and Friday, Oct. 11-12 Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 15-16 Gorgeous! Belle ot the Nineties Pathe News. Educational, "Kow Kidnappers Are Caught" and Pictorial. WEST BEND CLASS PRACTICES PLAY FOR OCTOBER 19 t Cloyce Hasbrocke Directs "Eventually Yours" For Junior Class West Bend: The junior class are practicing for their play, "Eventually Yours" a farce-comedy In thn?e acts. It will be presented Oct. 19 and Miss Cloyce Hasbrooke is the director. The cast includes Maxine Hoflert, Mary Ditch, Bob Roberts, Mae Sloan, Orvllle Anderegg. Donald Blair, Marian Banwart, F1oreno2 Ford, Juanita Hansen and Orville Puchsen. ed. Saturday Special, Oct. 13 Road Show and Pictures The Mysterious Smith Co. in "Temple of Mystery" and Damon Runyon'a "The Lemon Drop Kid" A race track story for the family with Lee Tracy Helen Mack Baby LeRoy /IIOINAID OWIH\ / .VICTO* JOIY" \ I OtOOOO NMIMl I \ IOUIII IIAIDAU I Also News with Edwin Hill as announcer. Comedy, "One Hor&e Farmers." Wed. and Thurs., Oct. 17-18 Collegiate and How. Packed with laughs. A special dance featuring a dozen ball room dance teams is top entertainment. Sunday, Oct. 14 EXTKA SPECIAL Road Hhow and Pictures Mysterious Smith Co. and Guy Kibbee Aline MacMahou iu 'Big Hearted Herbert' AUo Extra Special MiisicaV. The songs of 13 Colleges. Musical back- round lor ihots dvpicting phases of college life, particularly football. Hearst News Wednesday; Putha News Ti.un.ciay. ^^ Oct. 19-20 Friday and Saturday, 5324 Hoonth lor Aluouu! Now—rciuem- ber a iull show itfler tht: night football gutiit Friday. Mrs. L. J. Malueg and Mrs. Ed Genrich entertained Friday afternoon for Mrs. Schuldt at a show-sr to which twenty ladles of the Methodist church were present. Mrs. Schuldt received numerous lovely presents. Ths guests made quilt blocks as the start of a new quilt for the honoree, after which the hostesses served a luncheon. 25th Anniversary Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom were the surprise guests of honor at a dinner given Sunday, October 7th, at the Luther Hall by their numerous friends and relatives. Forty guests were present at the happy occasion and presented a program Immediately after. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, his father, C. E Sjostrand of St. Peter, Minnesota. Ote Allison made speeches as part of the entertainment and Mr. and Mrs. Sellstrom responded. In honor of their anniversary, the Sellstroms received a pair of silver candlesticks from their Algona friends and a purse of money and a number of other gifts from their friends and relatives from Oowrie and Fort Dodge who were guests at the dinner. D. A. B. Silver Tea— A D. A. R. silver tea was served on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Norton. Each D. A. R. was resuested to bring a guest and fifty-five were present in all. On the program of the afternoon, Mrs. Wade Sullivan sang several selections. A play, "Incurable Optimist," under the direction of Mrs. Dennis Goeders, was presented by a group of girls, which included Da Leffert, Marlon Oorey, Isabel GreenberR and Esther Pratt. Tea was served following the progranu Academy Frwhles initiated— The four grades of the academy high cchool enjoyed a, pnrty •Wednesday evening of last week In the gymnasium of the academy building. Initiation of the "freshles", sponsored by the sophomores and Juniors, took place and after the various initiating stunta, a lunch was served. The remainder of the time was sp?nt in dancing. Wehlen Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehler tn- tertained ft family group from Wesley Sunday at dinner. The guests were Mrs. Wehler's grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and flv; sons, Joe, Jule, Adam, Ben and Frank, Mr. and TATS. nay Vogel of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Mrs. Ann Kunz, Mrs. Wehler's mother, of Wesley. Guests In Fort Dodge- Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and Miss Mln- nie J. Coate were guests Monday afternoon of Mrs. Laura M. Smith of Renwick who entertained the Humboldt birthday club in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Smith returned to Algona with the two ] ladles Monday evening and visited here a few days. Presbyterian Men'* Club— Members of the Presbyterian Men's club will meet next Tuesday evening I with Mrs. Fred Geigei of near Irvtng- ton. Assisting hostesses are: Mrs. Robert Vincent, Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mrs. A. W. Behrends. An Interesting | rogram will follow the business meeting. surprise Mr. and Mrs. G«o. Schimmel were iven a very pleasant surprise party on Sunday, September 30 at their home near Wesley by a large company of elatives and friends in honor of their ilrthdays. A fine dinner was enjoyed all. Mrs. Fred Wehler Hostess— Mrs. Fred Wehler was hostess to her Birthday club Saturday evening. Bridge was pluyed at thr.e tables and scores were kept which will be tettled at a later date. Mrs. L. O. Baker and Mrs. E. C. Dickinson were guests. Loyal Class to Meet— The Loyal class of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Heitry Furbt on Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses are Mr.-. Ow:n Moe, Mrs. Will Bowman. Koll call will be answered by a scripture verse. Child's Study Cub— Members of the Child's Study club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs O. B. Lain*. Miss Lucia Wallace and Mrs. G. D. Stillman will nave charge of the program. K. N. Card Party- The Royal Neighbor lodge will entertain at a card parly Thursday ev- riing beginning at 8:15, at the Legion Hall. The public is invited. Presbyterian Woman's Society— The Woman's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church plan to meet Thursday afternoon c.' next week at 2.30 with Mrs. Mary Mawdbky. J. J. Meyers U Carroll :mrt I." 1 "' !•'"nun were dinner guests Saturday evening of Ur. and Mrs. Karl HuiiuiUii at Uancrutl. ~Think of it! Right at the beginning uf the radio st-ason—a big Radio Sale ,t Gamble's. Reduced prices on Genuine Majesties -Atid O-rouado Battery nid A-C All Wave Sets. Radios as low as *19.7&—"B" Batteries. 75c up. Miss Dorothy Clsal of Rolfe was a week end visitor at the Myron Boos home. Mrs. Robert Day and Mrs. M. T Munson were shoppers in Algona on Friday. Miss Maxine Hoffert accompanied her uncle to Newton to spend the week end with relatives. The Happy Housewife club met at the home of Mrs. Mayme Nessen on Thursday afternoon. Miss Gezina Schutter. who teaches at Haifa spent the week end at the home of her parents. The Home Department of the Presbyterian Sunday School met with Mrs. Wm. Riley Friday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Post of Pierre, South Dakota, spent a few days the past week at tl»? home of George Post. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Carter and fam- ily of Oraettinger spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mikes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Ell Anliker of Hardy left Thursday for Chicago to attend tWe world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Crotte returned Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where they had been consulting doctors In regard to Mrs. Crotts' health. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Harris are In Iowa City where Mr. Harris Is receiving treatments. They write favorable reports to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Art Zlnnel and Mrs. Htenry Eisler and Mr. and Mrs. John Zinnel returned Saturday night from their trip to Chicago and Detroit where they visited relatives. Thursday afetmoon at the home of Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Burton Johnson and I hta .fttter ; Fet er Johnson of Bancroft were in Sibiey last Tuesday on business. returned last outing at Little Boy Lak« received a SPECIAL Fresh, Crisp, Crunchy peanut Brittle • Delicious and Nuttiy 10c lb Cummin?'* 5c to $1.00 Housewarming at Ledyard For New Married Couple Ledyard: A group of friends held a housewarmlng for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner at their home last Tuesday evening. Bridg? occupied the early part of the evening after which a treasure hunt was held. At a late hour a wiener roast was enjoyed. V. C. Trusty of Armstrong .visited here Thursday and Friday. Lola Wylam of Swea City visited at the D. B. Mayer home last Thursday •evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gesch of Elmore, Minn., spent Sunday at the Jack Welfare home. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Leon visited over the week end at the Wm. Wlemer home. Muns Munson of Milwaukee spent last Friday at the home of his uncle, Gus Anderson. The M. E. Ladies Aid will meet on Don't wait until the last minute for trains or fuel! ORDER COAL NOW! Remember how disappointed (or maybe just downright mad!) you were when you missed that train?. Well, that's the same feeling you'll have when Winter comes roaring in and you find you've forgotten to order your coal. Coal will be higher in price— and maybe impossible to get later on._ Why not get your Winter's supply in now? F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, la. VWAAM NO MORE slipping heels... twisted seams or wrinkled ankles . . . NO' MORE knees that bag or bind • Our beautiful Belle-Sharmeer Stockings have put an end to all that. They fit to perfection because they're made to your measure... in width and length as well as foot size. Four individual proportions... exclusive in Btlle- Sbarmttr ... for small, average, tall and plump women. And Bettt-Sbarmcer is exclusive here. Ringless, § -| QQ of course! And great with the new flat garters. JL Th« "Foo»-WlHiln-a-Foot"... anotbr BtU+Sbarmetr "txtliaivt." Attura bttttr fit, longer wear, slimmer lints. ASK FOR YOUR FOOT SIZE BY NUMBER AND YOUR LEO SIZE BY NAME Brav for ifiortici Modtt* . . for m«dipm« Duchess .... for tall* Clastic . . . for plump* Belle-Sharmeer STO C KINGS lor the individual Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S GOOD HOSE STOEE Extra Bargains Daya White's Grocery UNLOADING—MONEY-RAISING SALE BEGINNING Friday, October 12th—Ending Saturday October 20th Extra Bargains Days CRANBERRIES, new crop, beautiful color, 2 Ibs. COFFEE » K° otl grade Santos or Peaberry, 3 Ibs. 55c Rub-No-More or Gold Dust, 11 „ 3 small pkgs. __-__ li *- Marshmallows, Edwards II Spices, ground, 10u II Raisins, new pack, seed- tenderized, 1 A 1 Ih. cello bat^ 1 ^ L sizes, your choice, 15 cans - for 18c 4 Ibs. 32c Peanuts Roasted 1 Ib. 13c Ginger Snaps 2 Ibs 19c Sunbrite Cleanser 3 for lOc Bottle Caps 1 gross 17c Pepper 1 Ib. bag25c Matches 3 boxes 12c Fig Bars 2 Ibs. 19c Tomatoes 2 cans 17c JcllPowdc-r, as.std. I0 r II Catsup, IRC. hot- flavor, :$ pkffs. __ 1Jl - II tie, new pack, 2 __ Milk, large size cans, 3 for 1 fir II Salt, regul 10C || bag, 2 for r 10c MACARONI, Noodles or Spaghetti, '.\ pkg.s. Ifir ''I GOOKIES ' alt hi K u K'i'ade chocolate *"*• J and marshmallow, 2 Ibs. 29c STARCHES Two pkgs. 15c 3 Ib pkg. gloss 21c YELLOW SOAP lib. Bars 10,, 3 for li)i ' MAGIC WASHING || COFFEE POWDER, 25c 10 Golden Glow, best« size only 1O ^ \\ ever, 1 Ib. can __' Qt. Salad Dressing 25c 2 Ibs. || Cora Meal Preserves Fresh 21c I 5 Ibs. 18c Onions 10 Ibs. 35c Heinz Pork-Bean Ige. 13c KoKo || Candy Malted Chocolates 21c I 1 Ib. 12c Gold Dust Ige. pkg. 16c SYRUPS, several brands 5 Ib. golden 28c I 10 Ib. golden 50c | 5 Ib. white 30c 10 Ib. white 53o MACARONI, elbow cut Special quantity price 10 Ibs. 75? 51bs -39c FLOUR When We Talk Quality and Price We Know We Are Right FirePlace $1.73 Lucky Boy $1.83 Mother Best $2.05 Omar -$2.10

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