The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona Iowa, November 8, 1934 ASOCIETE 125 at P. T. A. Meeting— A P. T. A. open home meeting was held Monday at the Bryant school in observance cf Educational Week with one hundred twenty-five parents in attendance. Parents of the children in th-t- grades of one to six attended the classes Just as their children do during the day and each teacher explained the aims and purposes of each study. A business meeting follow-ed in the assembly room and refreshments were served. At the business meeting, grade mothers w-:re appointed for each grade. These grade mothers are to call on all the other mothers In the grade to interest them in the P. T. A. They are as follows: first grade, teachers, Miss Pool Miss Jackson and Mlfs Godfrey; mothers, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Pestotnlk; second grade, teachers, Miss Portman, Miss Olson, mothers, Mr?. Krcsensky. Mrs. Beardsley. Mrs. Galbraith and Mrs. Coleman;" third grade. Icndhcrs. Miss ArnxiBtV Miss Janes, mother, Mrs. Clement; fourth grade, tenchcK, Miss Granzow and Miss Durant, mothers, Mrs. Rnney. Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Guderian. Mrs. Amunson; fifth (trade, teachers, Miss Hullerman and Miss Wilcnx, mothers. Mr.s. Dnil- ey. Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. nsiteon. and Mrs. Pcstotnik; sixth grade. teachers. ML--3 Carson, and Miss Walters, mothers, Mrs. Harris, and MK. Miller; feventh grade, rmthers. Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Deal and Mrs. Merrltt: eighth trade mothers. Mrs. Bjustrom. Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Little. "Uncle Tom" Blatoe Honored- Gladys and Bernice Jensen were the hostesses to about fifty relatives ard friends at a dinner given Sunday In honor of their grandfather, Thomas Elaine of near Wesley, who was H6 that day. The dinner was served at A picnic dinner was Two birthday cakes the State Park. enjoyed by all. wore served later in the afternoon. Besides the honore-c. those present were; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen and daughters. Mr. and Mr?. Jack Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth and family, Chris Miller and family. Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Nels-n. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney and famllv, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elsenbarth and family. Mrs. Anna Lillle. James Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bail-cy and the former's mother Honor Mrs. Kent's Birihd.iy— A seven o'clock dinner wns given 01 Wednesday night at the Altrona Ho tel in honor of Mrs. P. E. Kent's birth day by a group of ladles, Mrs. L G Baker. Mrs. M. J. Pool. Mrs. E. C Hancher. Following the dinner, th grcup went to the Baker home wher< bridge was played. Mrs. W. G. Me Cullough received the first prize, Mrs H. L. Gilmore the second prl7e an Mrs. Kent was presented with a birth day present. Danee Monday at Academy— Offiofrs of the Academy Alumni As sodatlon met Monday evening at thi home of Alice Payne and have decid ed to sponsor a benefit party for th< Academy Athletic Association. The party will be held Monday evening a the academy and there will be cards luncheon and dancing. Th-? public i invited. An advertisement will be found elsewhere in this issue. Woman's Ass'n Circles— Mrs. Sylvia Gunn's circle of the Wo man's Association cf the Congroga- tional church will meet Friday n r ter noon with Mrs. H. M. Potter. Mrs W. E. Laird Is nn assisting hosted. Mrs. D. P. Smith's circle \vill rne." Thursday n ft-: moon of next WCPK » the home of Mrs. W. K. Laird. Mr.s Lnird is assisting hostess. Attend Esthervllle Luncheon— Mrs. T. P. Harrington, Mr.s. M. P Haggard. Mrs. Dennis Gocders anc Mis. H. E. Rist were guests Fridny at a cne o'clock luncheon given by Mrs G. H. Morse at her home In Esther- vine. Mrs. Morse recently visited n the home of Mrs. Harrington for several days. C'ongroirationa! Church Meet— The annual business meeting of the members of the Congregation?! church meet in g will be he-Id Thursday (t"d.iyi at a f-ix o'c'ock family supnrr. Every member is urged to attend. Following the irrrtins a piny will be given un- t'.cr thr direction of Mrs. Dennis Goe- Maxinp Brundagc Hostess Maxinc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, was hostess at a par- of Minnesota and Mr. and Mr.s. Mike! ty Saturday afternoon in honor of her Goetz and family. Other relative; from Minnesota were unable to attend. D. A. R. Luncheon — Members of the D. A. R.. will meet Tuesday, November 13th. for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Mattle Falkcnhalner. Mrs. Elizabeth Haggard and Mrs. Olive Herbst will be the assisting hostesses. Roll call will be answered wi^h a Thanksgiving custom. The nattehnJ D. A. R. activities •will be reported by Mrs. Helen Paxson and Mrs. Catherine Gilmore will report on the state D. A. R. activities. Big Football Benefit DANCE Academy Hall, Monday, Nov. 12 Conic early for an cvcn- f cards, lunch and (lancing. Admission 35c Sponsored by Alumni Ass'n birthday which she observed that day. Twelve giris were guests and played gaiws. At five o'clock a supper was served by Mrs. Brundage. Entertains Children— Mrs. G. F. Towne entertained a group of the young people's missionary society of the Nazarene church of which she is teacher, at her home on Thursday evening at i Halowe'-en party. Various games \rere playeci and a lunch served later. Two Tables Bridge— Mrs. Adrian Burmelstcr was hostess Tuesday afternoon of last week at two tables of bridge. Mrs. Alvin Huenhold received the first prize, Mrs. D. D. Monlux the cut and Mrs. A. E. Michel the tlilrd prizt. Sunday Dinner Guests- Mrs. Chester Long entertained at a dinner Sunday and those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers and children of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. August Slaglc and family and Miss Clara Zahltcn. Episcopal Chicken Supper— The ladies of the St. Thomas Guild of tin- Episcopal church are serving a chicken supper at the Legion Hall on Saturday, Nov. 17th. The public is invited. Delphian.? at llonar Home— Delphlans will meet Wednesday aft rnoon. November 14th. at the home of Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Mrs. C. II. Cretzmeyer will have charge of the lesson. THREE WEST BEND AUTOS PILLAGED BY PROWLERS; GAS, TOOLS STOLEN This Week at the GAY PAREE Hand's Park, Fairmont, Minnesota Thursday Nite, Nov. 8. Cornhuskers' Ball Wit Thoma and his Ten Prlncetonians direct from the Great Lak^s Finest Ball Rocm. Cover Charge 35c each. Saturday Nite, Nov. 10, Big Dance and Floor Show Open all night. Music by Archie Sampson and His Royal Knights. Cover charge including floor show and dance 40c each. Armistice Nite, November 11. The Biggest Nite of The Season, Turkey Banquet Dance & Floor Show Music by Ray K:yes and His Ten Royal Ambassadors. Floor Show put on by the famcus Goldie-Corneli Booking Agency of St. Paul. Cover Charge including Banquet, Dance and Floor Show, $1.50 each. A solid nite of fun. Open frcm 9 p. in. till sunrLs.-. Table; must be reserved by card or phone. Wnmiut's Onb Meeting— The- Woman's club meeting, held on Friday afternoon of last week, was well attended and an encouraginp report was made that fifteen new members had joined. Four piano selections were given by Miss Edith Reed and Mrs. H. M. Potter gave an interesting paper on Man Begins to Fly. Following that her Eon, Brooks, displayed Kveral models of the earliest invention of airplanes, which he had made. He also gave a very Intelligent and interesting explanation of each m .-del. Brook* is twelve years old and <s intensively "air-minded." Shower for Bride-to-be— A miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Doris Will Friday evening by her sister, Rita, at the will home. About twenty Rirls were present and spent the evening dancing. A lunch wa.s served la'or. Doris received many pretty presents. Doris 1.5 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will and is to become the bride of Every! Acl;>ms on November 12th. Royal Neighbor Benefit- Mrs. Mary Laing and Mrs. Sam Smith entertflin-Ed four tables of bridge at n Royal Neighbor benefit Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. R. W. R'erier received the first prize. Mrs. Woldridge the low score prize. Mrs. Clarence Shi'.ts the travel prize and Helen Cook t'le lucky chair prize. A lunch was served later. Mrs. Storm Hostess— Mrs. John Stcrm was a ho'tess Fri- dav afternoon at a bridge party. B<-ide" wa.s played at two tables and table pri~cv> wrnt to Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn and Mr.s. Walter Dale. Mrs. Meda Redfleld received the travel prize. A two course lunch was served by UK hostess. Dinner-Bridge Party- Mrs. C. H. Crotzmeyer and Mrs. H M. Hnuberg were ho less-s at n din- icr-bridgo party Wednesday evening of last week. Following the dinner. So was played at five tables. Marie •Vchler received the first prize. Mrs. Joel Herbst the second high .score prize. Baptist Loyal Class— The Baptist Loyal class will meet on Thursday, November 8th. with Mrs. A. rluc-er. Me-sdames Nell Co=k and Ma>el Samson are assisting hostesses. Roll call will be answered by something we are thankful for. P. E. O. Wednesday— Memb:rs of the P. E. O. held their meeting Wednesday afternoon of this week with Mr;. R. A. Evans. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh gave a talk on Iowa Fie- ion Authors following the business meeting. Mrs. W. C. Irelan Hostess- Eight women of a bridge club met with Mrs. W. C. Irelan Tuesday night 'or a session of bridge. Mrs. Brundage received th? high score prize and Mrs. Owen Nichols the second high prize. Entertains P. T. A. Group— Mrs. Burdette Agard entertained the members of the pre-school study group of the P. T. A. Tuesday afternoon. Twelve ladies were pres.nt. J. C. Scurr, Joe Schneider and Mike Buttemore Are Victims West Bend: Some time early Monday morning, j. o. Scurr's car was robbed of a spare tire, tools, auto robe and flashlight. Joe Schneider's cream truck was also robbed of gas, a flashlight and tools. The truck was parked by th-? Bruce Miller home. Mikr- Buttemore also lost eas and tools from his car the same morning. Bay View Club The Bay View club held its amual Hallowe'en party at the hoTi-s of Mrs. Adolph Mikes, Tuesday evening, Oct. 30. Each one brought a guest and came masked and in costume. After unmasking the evening was pent with carries and telling ghost stories. Zoe Fcley won the prize. Mrs. Chas. Dewitt. Mrs. Emily Fisher and Mr?. Mikes were the committee in charse. LuVerne Boy Played LuVorne: Several LuV-crne people wrnt to Algona Sunday evening to hear Al Glauser and his Oklahoma Outlaws which appeared at the Call Theatre that evening. One of the members o'f the orchestra was a LuVerne boy, Harry Hoepner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoepncr. LOCAL NEWS Regular Dances: Old Time on Tuesday nites, Modern Thursday and Sunday nites. Open every nite. The Northwtau Largest and Finest Nile t*ub GAY PAREE Fairmont, Minnesota Saturday. YOUR MONEY BACK VEGETABLE SOUP We handle a full line of HOBMEL'S flavor sealed products. 25c 19c 4 Laundry Soap, 10 bars Saniflush, can Fruita nod for this week Baby beef roast Ib __ , _ Lean pork roast, Ib. 15c jl Pure pork sausage Ib 15c * Shankless picnic hams, Ib. 15c GROCERY SPECIALS Pancake Flour, 3% Ibs. 18c Gold, syrup, No. 10 49c Flour guaranteed $1.99 Brazil Nuts, Ige. washed, Ib. 15c Peas, No. 2 cans, 2 cans 25c Grape Jam, 2 Ib jar 25c Brown Sugar, 3 Ibs. 19c Anderson's Rite Way Food Store I" PJlpuo 3«) WV Buy Egg^ •', ^ivwvrwwvvwwwwwwuvw^^^ The Richardson Furniture Co. recently purchased a new Ford truck. T. C. Sherman and D. L. McDonald were Des Moines business visitors on Wednesday of this w-eek. Fred Engcl, who Is employed at the Dau Garage, spent the week end in Des Moines with friends. Lucille Leltler of Crcsco U the new operator at the permanent wave shop which U owned by Grace Dreesman. She came last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan are business visitors in Fort Dodge today. They also planned to attend the Leg!on- Auxillary district banquet. Mr. and Mrs. J. j. Aalfs of Akron, Iowa, and son, Letter of LeMars, visited her-e with another son, Clirf, ^rd family, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Connors of Des Moines were guests over thv week end at the Walter G-od home. Mrs. Good and Mrs. Connors are sisters. W. H. Freeman came home la.st w< <•!: Wcdn siiay from Ciiit-.i^ j w.-a-rc- he had attended tin: world lan and vkitid his meets for several du\s. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I-'imk moved Jnt:i tlie Ix-a >on li'.iL'.e on ea.it North street last Week. Tn-.y formerly lived in the Van Al-ityne apartment^. The j-'radiiatiiv.j class, of m,- Rim^tcd high school which is compos <1 of lil members, was in Algona Tuesday having pictures laki-n al the Peterson Studio. George Wilson, owner of the Wilson Hakery. is ttnc.ualy ill with dropiy at Ills home on South D-dge stixet. Mr. Wil.-on hai not bc-en able to work sincj early in the summer. Vina Kueiiecke of (,'rylon, Minnesota, came lajl week anil has juini-d J. 13. Johnston In Ihc insurance bu.'ii- n :;.). Mioo J-CoeJiecte wa.> lornierly employed in Hie First National Bank at Ceylon by iier uncle, and has also had experience writing insurance. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Grillitli cam t on Sunday Irom UubuCjUe and will make , th'.ir Ininie during; tlit- winter wflh Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green. Mr. Grif- litli is a retired railway mail clerk. WhJlu he Wiu> on the road he made his i.'-auiiujrlers lor stveral >\ars al the Greta hom<- an<i last year lie and his A lit spent the winter there. Jului Greene, yraudson ol Mr. and Mis. John Moulds, Li making a record lor himself m tuck at Drake Univ-.r- iily where he L> a- liesiiman. He was j meiiiU;!' ol tin; Drake It-urn which vvon thx.- erocc, tounUy run at the Uiak. homcc-min^, and the Week Ueioie took second in a mllv lull and Iiu.L 111 a nult mile run. John is the son ol Mr. and MJS. Win Gieeii. ol We.-.lcy ulid attended the Aliiuua lUgh school. Mrs. Cloy Nessen went ,to Fort Dodge Satiirdav to have her tonsils removed. Mrs. B. F. McFarland is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. J. McGec and family in Gt. Paul this week. Mrs. Tucker of Milwaukee came on Sunday for R visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gecrge Montag. Mr. and Mrs. Hasbrooke of L-cMars spent the week end here with their daughter, Mbs Cloyce Hasbrooke. Mr .and Mrs. Dean Nellis and their daughter, Rosemary spent Sunday at the Merle and Blanche Stov-:r home. Miss Minnie Boos of Grand Junction came the first of the wi-ek to sp?nd the winter at the horn: 1 cf her brother, Jnke Boos. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller attended a custodians' meeting in Bradgatc on Saturday evening. Mr. MUler pave a talk at the meeting. The eighth grade enjoyed a Hal- lowe'en party at the A. W. Gerhart home Wednesday evening, with Wosley Gerhart as host. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Crotts and ron returned Wednesday from Cedar Rapids. Tli-y took Mrs. Wm. Lang to that place to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clarke returned Monday from Neola, Iowa, where they spent a week visiting their riaugh- trr, Mrs. J. H. Bardsley and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs: and Mrs. F. W. Whltford attended a mis- .sionary meeting at Spencer Tuesday Mrs. Whitford gave a talk i\t the meeting. Mrs. Mae Kelly returned Friday evening from St. Paul where she had b?en visiting her son, Frank Heath, who Is very ill. He will go to a veteran's hospital soon for care. Lyman Rlley and Charles Bowen left Monday morning for Bethany, Missouri, with a truck load of shelled corn. Mr. Bowen has been here visiting his sister, Mrs. P. Dewitt. | LOTTS CREEK NEWS | Ct&8&iy!0i&8!l^^ Alice and Jimmy, children cf Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buss, have been 111 with the measles the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace, members of th-; local church. be:ame par- :nts of a daughter Oct. 30th. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes antt family vU-itcd at the Everett Dreyer licme near Fenton on Wednesday ev- ?ning. The Ladies' Aid society wll 1 me-', in the school basement on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Kressin wi'l bee hostess. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mittag entertained their son, Herman and family and the Herman Hlntz family at dinner Sunday. Mabrl Luedtke, who attends the Emmetsburg high school, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mis. Ernest Luedtke. Rev. and Mrs. E. Fien-e and daughter, Ada, were calkrs at the Rev. Discher home at Whittemore and at the Rev. Stahmer home at Fairville last Wednesday. Luella Liesncr Is working at the Merle Culbertson home. Ruth Scr.miel Is again at home after having been at the Herman Hintz home for the past two and a half weeks. Dean William, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer, who has been re celvlng special treatments at the Gen eral hospital at Algona for the past two weeks, is rapidly improving. Bcrnice Fompe and Bernice Hai have been absent from school the pasl week and were unable to take- part in the Luther program presented by the pupils of the parochial school Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Meyer received word of the arrival of a eon to Rev. and Mrs. Edwin P:ters of Cherokee, Oklahoma, last week. Mrs. Peters Is the former Irene Meyer of this place and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach and faimily of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Nick G-engler and family of tnis *$y&®OXI®8Q^^ Accurate Optical Service Broken lenses matched Frames Repaired Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST First Door South Call Theatre place and Hertha Riihnke who Is employed at Fenton Were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Otto Ruhnke home. FamiUar% wtth Che seams of coal makes it possible for ns to offer yon many of the finest qnality brands of Coal— both hard and soft—at price* that will save yon actual dotars and cents. One typical erample—a car of Saxon Block, a long burning, almost Bootless coal at $8.75 per ton delivered. ANDERSON Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Winter Gas. . . El Eeco Octane-Tested Winter Gasoline here. Buy From Yourself and Share the Dividends Winter Oil.... Paraland lubricates, your motor when it's cold and when it's hot . . . wdll flow at 30 below zero ... we have it. Ask About Our Profit Sharing Flan K & H Coop, Oil South of Algona. Hotel CALL THEATRE Only the best shown here. We buy 'em all and cut out the weak ones. Wed-Thurs., Nov. 7-8 Matinee each grand. day at 2:30. It's Helen Hayes Brian Ahearne Madge Evans in Sir Jam« M. Barrle's "WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS" Fri.-Sat., Nov. 9-10 Fun show after the night football game. It's a family show. Be cure all the family gets a chance. Matinee 2:30 Saturday. -PAY. MKR No. 11 Episode Burn 'Em Up Barnes S?rial. Only one more to go. Com- rdy Program—News. Sunday and Monday, November 11-12 Plan for the matinees. People from all over Kassuth county with grandma and the kids will be in to see this one. It's 100 percent for the family. Spanky McFarland The Oke Doke Kid of Our Gang Comedies Noah Beery and Sleep and Eat (The colored boy) WHEELER WOOtf IY | KEHTUCHV HE R11 CIS"-I" RKO-RADIO PICTURE Scrrened here this week and highly iec:mmended for big fun. Also "THE WINNAH" A .snappy burlesque on College Sports and a City Run News Reel. Tue«. -Wed.-Thurs., Nov. 13-14 15 The outstanding rr.uslcal fun show of 1934. In i"The Otmtinfcntaa*. You kiss while you're dancing. CUT RATE GROCERY WEEK END SPECIALS Navy Beans 31bs. 17c SUGAR £. 52c BUTTER^29c Cake Flour 23c Biscuit Flour . 19c Dwarf ies 23c Georgie Porgie 23c Mustard, qt. 13c Peanut Butter, qt. _, 27c Raisins, 4 Ibs. 32c Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. 23c Macaroni, 2 Ibs. 19c Preserves, 2 Ib. jar 23c Jell Powder, 6 for _25c Salmon, 2 for 25c Corn Flakes, 3 for Wheaties, 2 for Puffed Wheat, 2 for Bran Flakes, 2 for W. W. Biscuit, 2 for W. W. Flakes, 2 for CRACKERS, white, 2 Ibs. CRACKERS, Graham, 2 Ibs. DATES, 2 Ibs. I9c MATCHES, 3 boxes 13 C 1 Ib. _ 3 Ibs. COFFEE PICNIC HAMS Fancy Shank less Perlb. .. SYRUP 5 Ibs. dark 28c 5 Ibs. light 30c GUARANTEED FLOUR . . . $1.73 —-•'-'--- — — — ' '——- i -i -...,-... , ..„ .. ^ ^W^ ^J Wtf^ TOILET TISSUE, 6 rolls 25c LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars 19c Sweet Potatoes, 8 Ibs. 24c | Cranberries, Ib. 15c Bananas, 4 Ibs. , 25c | Cabbage, Ib. 2c PURE MAPLE SYRUP, qt. _ 43c GREEN TEA, |lb i 2c Celery, large 10c Grapes, 3 Ibs. 25c 'Busiest Little Store in Town"
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