The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moiries, Algona, Iowa, November 27,1934 Flam Cre«k Club— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club held an evening party at the Austin Gardner home, November 21st. Sadie Rapklns had charge ol the entertainment and Maude Jergenson the lunch. Five hundred was played at ten tables and prizes were presented as follow*: travel prizes to Mrs, Floyd Bacon And Boss Calhoun; high prizes to Mi*, dinfflh Sampson and Ed Kain. The next meeting will be A Christmas party, December 12, at the home of Mrs. Grace Phillips. Members are to take one article for a layette besides the usual gift for the Des Moines children's home and the white elephant exchange. Honor Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. James Cooney of nea Whlttemore observed their 35th wedding anniversary Sunday. In honor o the occasion relatives of the couple gathered at their home for dinner. Ab out thirty guests were present. Thanksgving Party— Twenty guests w-ere entertained at a Thanksgiving party at the home of Leslie McEnroe, Friday ev-ening, November 23. The evening was spent playing games and dancing after which lunch was served. The Cora Miller Beauty Shoppe Drama Presented— The drama of Tolstoy's "What Men Live By" was presented at the Congregational church Sunday evening by ;he Young People's organization of the church under the direction of Mrs. Glen Blesemeler. Members of the cast Included Burnett* Bonnstetter Brown, the Rev. R. J. Hoerner, Catherine Mccall, Lawrence Mlsbach, Lloyd Bohannon, Charles Stevenson, Helen Ooeders, D. Wane Collins, Mrs. Kenneth Mercer Ann StUlman and Joan Pletch. Dick Norton, -assisted by members of the cast had charge of the stage setting. The play was well produced before a highly appreciative audience. Mrs. Sylvia Ounn furnished organ music between acts and before the play. At the close of the play tea WBJ served In the church parlors. Jean nette Ooeders «t the piano and Glen Raney playing the violin furnished the music during the tea. Betty Backus, Ly nore Olson, Beulah Hartshorn and Mrs G. W. Stlllman poured. The organ! zatlon expects to produce more plays in the future. American Legion Auxiliary— The American Legion Auxiliary wil hold a radio party at the Legion hal Friday afternoon, November 30th, a 2:30. Work will be done on quilts and carpet rags for hospital use. Ther 01 will be definite plans for a radio recep tlon at the hall. Committees for thes parties for the year will be announced A large attendance Is desired. Mrs. Joe Bloom Hostess— Mrs. Joe Bloom was hostess at tw luncheons last week, one Tuesday an the other Wednesday. Bridge was played In the afternoons. Tuesday Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs. F. E Kent received the flrst and secon prizes and flrst and second prizes wen to Mrs. W. E. Hawcott and Mrs. G. D Shumway on Wednesday. Brnhn-Hanover Wedding Edna Bruhn, daughter of Mrs. Mary 5ruhn of Whlttemore, and Rudolph fanover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hanover, were married Monday afternoon of this week at Farlbault. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Al- r«d Bruhn, of cylinder, the former a brother of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blerstedt of Whlttemore, the atter a sister of the groom. The bride's twin sister, Clara of Whlttemore, was maid of honor and her niece, Mary Ann Koppen of Whlttemore, was the ring bearer. The couple planned to take a, honeymoon trip through Minnesota and North Dakota before coming to Whlt- "temore where they will make their home with the groom's parents. « • ^ Birthday Parties- Mrs. Andrew Godfredson observed her birthday last Friday and In honor of the occasion a group of her friends gathered at her home and playec bridg-e at two tables. Table prizes went to Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn received the travel prize. Phyllis Mae, daughter of Mr. and Invites you to attend the Formal Opening Wed., Nov. 28th Favors for all Ladies Calling Free to the 75th caller one $5.00 permanent. pYee to the 50th caller one oil shampoo. Free to the 99th caller one flnger wave. Free to the 4Tlh caller one manicure. Specials for One Week Dnait J7J50 perm, special $5.00 Dn«t 15.00 perm, special $3.50 Soapiera oil »!Mittpoo and flngw wave ttit?..... 'So Manteare 3Sc Eyebrow Aroh 35c Announcing Marguerite Hansen, Assistant Cora Miller Beauty Shoppe Specials for Thanksgiving 5 Radishes, bunch 4c ;! Peppers 5c Dates 10c Cucumbers lOc Tomatoes 15c Small Sifted Peas _19c Sliced Beets 15c Strawberries, No. 2 cans __. 26c Bed Raspberries ___26c R. A. Cherries 25c Whole wax beans __19c 5 Ibs. Grape Jam __65c Phone In Yonr Orders for Poultry and Meats C. S. Johnson Mrs. Glen Walker, entertained fourteen boys and girls Saturday afternoon In honor of her ninth birthday. Games were played and refreshments served including a big birthday cake. Mrs. David King entertained Satur dny afternoon, the occasion being the ninth birthday of her son. Max. A group of girls and boys played game, during th-e afternoon and were servet a supper In the evening. Shower for Recent Bride- Mrs. Sam Smith entertained at a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Firm Lalng Wednesday evening. Twelvi girls were present and spent the ev enlng playing Michigan. Lillian Bol linger received the first prize, Elda Lavrenz the low score prize and Mrs Lalng the lucky chair prize. Mrs Laing received many pretty present"! A lunch was served. Mrs. C. B. LaBarre and Mrs. S. D Wilson were hostesses Thursday after noon at another miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Lalng. Sixteen were present The afternoon was spent Informally In visiting and a lunch served later. CALL THEATRE Only the best shown here. We buy 'em all and cut out the weak ones. Wed., Nov. 28 Bank Night Opening HM (100 $100 Screened here and recommended. It's grand entertainment. George Brent Jean Muir Verra Teasdale "DESIRABLE" Also a grand technicolor. One ol the best released "MY GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK" Sunday-Monday, Dec. 2.3 Matinee 1-3-5, night 7-9-11. It's new—Just released. Family appeal. Kids, be sure to bring Pop and Mom A superfine W..C., Fields Comedy. Sells his grocery store—tuys a Cali- ornla orange grove—travels in an old Ford. Come on and see the fun Thursday-Friday, Nov. 29-30 Thanksgiving Day Special Matinee 1-3-5, Night 7-9-11. 1934 1 lai'est mu.sit-al romance. Lavish spec tacles, gorgeous sets. Lovellneu>— Richnestt—Beauty. MJNFORM& A YOUMC f OLD ^*m±. l« CHEVALIER M^DONAID KATHLEEN HOWARD TAMf.'.AiJY tOlWG SAM HARDY !j :• Technicolor THK 1>LSCONTENTKL> CANARY Sat. Special, Dec. 1 shorts. Big Double f ature— double furi aiul ti.rill ;-liu'.v'. MUHMOftGM JUUEhWDEH IWJOHHSOM NUJCE CABOT Joan Lowell "THE ADVENTURE GIBL" It's a grand wild animal hunt in the ^ouUi Seas. Bin Tin Tin Bex, the Wild Horse 'LAW OF THE WEST' New Reception Honors Conies— The following was -taken from the society column pi the Des Moines Register. Invitations have been recelvec here by several Algona friends of tlv Oawlcs, who were former residents here. "Mr. 'and Mrs. John Cowles Issued invitations Saturday for a reception they will give In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. Cowles parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles The reception will be held at the John Cowfcs home, 50 Thirty-seventh st. from 4 to 7 p. m. Monday, Dec. 3. Friday and Saturday Luncheons— Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, Miss Minnie J. Coate, Mrs. W. A. Foster and Mr* J. F. Overmyer w«re hostesses Friday and Saturday at one o'clock luncheons given at the Ferguson home. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. On Friday, flrst prize went to Mrs. Floyd Saunders, second to Mrs. Fred Wehler and lucky prize to Mrs. Dana Paxson. Marie Wehler received the flrst prize on Saturday, Mrs. E. W. Lusby Ihe second and Mrs. Adrian Burmels- ter the lucky prize. Honor Mystery Mothers— Members of the Standard Bearers of the Methodist church held a meeting Wednesday evening of last week and ntert-alned tlwir mystery mothers. !ach Standard Bearer drew a name of a woman who is their mother. These names are not known to the Standard Bearer until the end of the year. About fifty guests and members were present and following the program a unch was served and social hour en- Joyed. Relt-a-Dek Club- Mrs. Burdette Agard and Mrs. Ed Genrich were hostesses Wednesday afternoon to the Dflt-a-Dek brdge club, which was recently organized. Mrj. Glen Belsmeler received the flrst prizn and Mrs. John McDowell received the trav-el prize. Other members besides hose mentioned above are: Mesdames David Ward. Kenneth Mercer, Russell Waller, Burns, Roberts, Pierce, C. H Swanson, Dolph Miller and E. W. Evans. Woman's Club Meeting— Tli? Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday afternoon at three o'clock. Mrs. D. D. Monlux is to discuss Hidden Places Revealed Through the Camera. Mrs. W. J. Payne ant Mrs. Paul Wllle will be hostesses and music for the occasion will be furnish eel by Ka'therine McCall. Dinner-Bridge Party— Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg wer. t and hostess Sunday evening at a six o'clock dinner, wrved at the Al ;nu hotel. Bridge was played at e\ tables following th- dinner and Mrs l/ri/es went to Mrs. M. O. Bourin- an of Bloom. Dancing wai enjovi-d \ut r. Ex Wesley Editor and Family Leave For New Location Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stur- dlvant and Opal left Thursday for Brahatn, Minnesota, where they will make their home. The family had a week before made a trip to Braham to make arrangements for the renting of a fine little place a half mile north of that town, with plans in store for the extensive raising of poultry In the future. During their last week in Wesley many of the home folks entertained, trying to a small way to show their esteem for thla fine family. A community farewell party was held in their honor at the lodge hall Wednesday night with about 200 persons of the community present. The evening's entertainment was carried out in a program consisting of musical numbers, talks, a comedy skit, and refreshments. A purse of money was given to them as a gift from the group who felt they were losing some of their best citizens. The whole vicinity joins In wishing them an abundance of good health, wealth and happiness. Chas. T. Southwell Dies in Oklahoma An old resld-ent of Kossuth county died In Custer county, Oklahoma, last In the per*m of ChaMes T. Cincinnati Paper Greets Jim Duryea The following Item appeared recently in the Cincinnati Inquirer, and will be of interest to local friends of Jim Duryea. "Ball players are more apt to be guests than hosts at parties. But not "Cyclone Jim" Duryea, who used to pitch for the St. Paul club and the Cincinnati Reds, strike out Billy Sunday and then go hunting and fishing with Cap Anson. after the season was ov«r. Still hale and hearty, Jim celebrated his 75th birthday recently by giving a Dutch lunch at his home in Algona, Iowa, with all the prominent citizens of the town as his guests. "He knows everybody In town and Is liked by everybody In his home town. He is one of the veterans of other days who haa prospered in after life and likes to share his good fortune wtth his frienda." . Southwell, who for seven years lived on the old Henry Patterson farm on the Air Line five miles south of Algona, now owned and occupied by Jewel Patterson. The Southwell family lived there from 1896 till 1903. Mr. Southwell died after a few days' illness In his 88th years. He was born In Lincolnshire, Egland, in 1847. and came with his parents to the United States the following year, settling at Portage, Wisconsin. He grew to manhood along the Mississippi river, and In 1877 was married to Mattle Pooler. There were twelve children, eight of whom with the widow survive. They were pioneers at Odebolt, Iowa, where they moved In the early 70's. They moved to this county in 1896. In 1903, "Charlie", as he was known to his many friends, again moved to the frontier, settling in. Custer county, Oklahoma, where he established the Dod- dle herd of Black Angus cattle. Mr. Southwell was noted as a farmer and stockman during his entire life, and was active up until a few days of his death. Bowlers Hit Pins in Good Games The bowling league leadership passed into the hands of the Phillips "66" maple knockers, last week, by a scant margin. The standings at the flrst of this week at the Barry alleys, were as follows: Team W L Pet. Phillips "66" 7 2 .777 Algona Coffee Shop 6 3 .666 Sinclair Oil 6 3 .668 The Farmers 5 4 .555 Barbers 4 5 .444 Fearless Five 3 6 .333 Court House Rats 3 6 533 Nick's Shine 2 7 322 These standings do not Include any games played this week. New Station to be Open All Night The Algona Independent Station op- rated by E. W. Loberg on Diagonal treet is offering a new 'service to auto- loblle drivers. The station will remain open all night, giving 24-hour ervice. Ernest Luedtke's, Lotto Creek, Have Silver Anniversary Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke were pleasantly J'lfPF' 86 '* °" Staurday evening, Nov. 24th by weir relatives and Wends in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. arid Mrs.- Leudtke have resided onttie farm owned by Mw. Herman Leadtke, St., northwest of the church, since their marriage. They have a family of five* children. Y. P. S. Meetto* The Young People's society met in the school basement last Friday evening. After the usual study hour and business mating, the entertainment consisted of various games In charge of Frank Meine, Ferdle Mlttag and Ada Flene. Lunch was served by Margaret and Mildred Laabs, and Carl and Elmer PUahn. Lorena Meyer Is recovering from a siege of yellow Jaundice. Mr. and Mrs. George Bannlck ana children drove to Sheffield Tuesday to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Bamuck's step-father. Interment of the deceased was made at Spencer. Rev. Rles of New Ulm. Minn., spent Wednesday night at the parsonage. He Is a former classmate of Rev. Flene, and was recently disabled In a gasoline explosion. He has been selling products In this community as a means of livelihood. Academy Drops Final Grid Game Sioux City Trinity high triumphed over St. Cecelia academy of Algons, 41 to 0, Sunday afternoon. In the final game of the season for the academy. Bode of St. Cecelia was the big star for the locals, playing his last game. Other seniors who concluded their prep 1 careers were Deim, Selpman and 0 ,vu* CKy had a P«f e !^L^l*«' m1M! : cording to Cfcaeh ArtNttrttetram- » team that combined power wlta a ] MA « ft a nlr Wesley Butter is Winner Again Paul O. Engen, manager of the Wesley Farmers' Creamery CO., placed third in the senior class and his assistant, Ralph Flehler, placed first in the junior class in the contests held in connection with the National Creamery Buttemarkers' association held last week at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. A. E. McLaughlln of Greene, Iowa, was first In the senior class and Raymond Nelson of Graettlnger, and Albert Harms of Oelweln second and third respectively, In the Junior class. SELECTED lies Mitzie Mayfair Donald Novis Roscoe Ails "THE POIJCy GIRL" Beautiful dance ensembles—fast comedy. 6 duudy btmgs. New Tuesday, Dec. 4 Bank Night—Bank Night IEASBAI t Special Short Subject Program. 2 big comedies. News. COMING The graud picture of 1034-35. Wed.-Thurs.- Fri., Dec. 56-7 Matinee t-acii day at i!:00 THE Lc ^ MARCH - OFWIAfPOEE cuAwtts LAUGHTON „ , • New Newi. ^— . 2*—^~~~ fafWWUWHV^ Fancy Thanksgiving FOWL Turkeys, Ducks, (iccsc and ('hickfus Oy.stf.'s, staiHlard-st'lrrt, A!M> Hume Killed Meat* of all kiiwls Fresh Tomatoes, 3 IbA. lor Fresh Carrots, 3 buncllua Fancy Cranberries 2 Ite. lor Bananas, 4 Ibs *,.••—*« i_ Of all the good things you are thinking of for Thanksgiving there's nothing more delicious than a box of flarrott's delicious chocolates. So, if you want your Thanksgiving to be really complete, you'll have a box on hand. Tf you're invited out, why_ not take a box to your hostess? Boxes 60c to $1.50 Algonquin The acaaemy will turn next tobas- ketbalir wtth FatMer Alflnan coach- ingt*e sport. Fifteen boys made the irlp to Sioux City. Exclusively YOURS Kodak CHRISTMAS CARDS Thla year—toe different. 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Sugar, 2 Ibs. _19c Peanut Brittle, 1 Ib. 12c Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs. 18c Poultry Seasoning, per pkg. 9c Sage, pkg. 9c Pumpkin, 2 No. 2cns 19c Pumpkin Pie Spice, per pkg 9c Mince Meat, 9 oz ___9c Gelatin Dessert :! pkjr. with 9" krinkle dessert mold, .'J. r >« value Selected Fresh Fruits and Vegetables will be featured this week at our store. Do you need: Cranberries, Oranges, Celery, Grapefruit, Apples, Grapes. Select Poultry Turkeys,, Ducks, Chickens WE BUY EGGS Anderson's Rite Way Food Store Phone 346 We Deliver Ben Davis Apples 1 fancy, per bushel ...... 1« Jonathan Apples, 1 "7O real, bushel ............ 1.IO Fey. can Pumpkin 1Q,, Opal, No. 2 size-, 2 cans IvV f'elery, Lettuce, Parslej, SprouU, ttadishe*. . Cauliflower, and other fresh Vegetables. Everything to make your dinner complete. TOP ftUCK FOB EGG* H.R.Sorensen&Co. fhuue* 13S aud 139 We Deliver For Gifts That Are Most Appreciated A lumdn-d and one items, much too numerous to mention individually, are here awaiting your selection ut> ing useful home appliances. To gifts. Electric toasters, electric clocks —dozens of attractive looking useful home appliances. To sc-' them at these prices will inspire the solution of many gift problems. PRATT ELECTRIC Welcome The HUB CLOTHIERS take pleasure in co-operating with other Algona merchants in inviting all in Kossuth County and surrounding territory to be our guests, December 3, helping to open the holiday season. MAKE IT A REAL THANKSGIVING WITH A HART SCHAFFNER & MARX OVERCOAT 50 $ 50 You'll be thankful right away for its good looks, fine fit and comfortable feel. You'll enjoy the compliments of your friends. As the months go by you'll be still more thankful that you got a Hart Schaff ner & Marx overcoat made of guaranteed, all-wool fabrics — a coat that retains its good looks, wears a long time, will not fade or shrink. Other Makes $12.75 $14.85 $19.20

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