The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 13,1934 . O*» Bowman and Arts HOT Were married Wetinced*? ewntmr. December S, at she o clock at the h«h? of the bride. Th*y w*r* atfencte! br Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lftshbroofc. OUters **o were present w*t» Mrs. Bownwa^ two daughters, Mabel and Sun**, and her son, BrareU, Mr. and Mrs. wtB Bowman and Mrs. A. & Hwser. Rer. Huewr performed the eenttKxvr. ft*. lowing which the couple ten on a wadding trip to the eastern pan or returning Sunday. Monday night the Baptfe* hood together with other tHcate of <h« eftqrte ctwrlTftTfed them and serred loe cream and Tri-Cownty Meettof— The trl-county Legion and Auxiliary meeting WRS held Tuesday evening at Waster with over two hundred present. J. H. Bowman of Swea City and Mrs. U U Leaw of Wesley were the presid- lrs«r otTlcers. At the meeting they ad- cpted a new constitution and by-laws fear the Kossuth County Association of the American Legion. t. K. SlwwB Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mason entertained a;, three tables of bridge Saturday «T*svte$. FVrsS ruriw went to Dr. and Mrs, F. EL Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Bumwister received the low P. B. O. Weiniaiar—. j St^ *r*w4M Car* Party— Jfembers of the P. R Q, nset »t Us? j 7^*f-T* •«ria be a card party Decem- bone of Mte Hte TtMmpsnn W**te»*- V»r W, TupsSav prpning, at- '-tie St. flay afternoon ot last wt-ek, TMiiAr | Swffljrt hull. The public is Invited, were present, Mrs. O. W. SSSSsac; |M» tn». E*jn5«p and Mrs. Matt Oor- pave s book review on t^e pwp*in. 'TDRH-R ••rEi t* chairmen. Kossuth County Community Auction Fairgrounds, Algona, Tuesday, Dec. 18 Starting at 1 :30 p. m. 8 HEAD HORSES 8 Span of troMinsrs. Mark and roan. wt. 2.400 Ibs., a nice handy ream: jSmfOih-mouth gelding. wt. 1200 Ihs; t \relvo-y oar «»ld mare: two. year-old draft horws; cTTrtle saddle ]>-iiy. 23 HEAD CATTLE 23 TOUT ci-'Ws. f >-,/•:• '<• freshen >i">n. Ten head of rfiijTic ("Mile. Vj ;•).;' r^Ivts. Three boars, two Hampshire^, one Poland Teacher to be Married- Banns of marriage were called for the first time Sunday morning at the Catholic church for Eileen Portman, member of the Algorm faculty, and Dr. W. P. Collins, now located in Fred- erickSburg. Iowa. The couple will be married at the Catholic church here the morning of December 22nd and i 1 IPIVP Immediately for Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where Dr. Collins will pursue a course of instruction at the Carlisle Barracks Medical field Service school. Miss Portman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Portman of Auburn, Iowa. She has taught second grade in the local public schools for the past eight years and has roomed at the B. E. Kain home the last five years. Dr. Collins Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Collins of West Bend and took a veterinary course at the Iowa State College In) Ames. He wfcs recently made lieutenant In the UnHed States nrmy. Wednesday evening of this week. Miss Portman was complimented at a fostoria shower. The Misses Hullerman. Krampe. Wilson. Bonmtettpr. Arnold and Messer, all members of the local faculty, were hostesses. Birthday Clnb Meets— Members of the Birthrlay club were entertained at n Christmas party Frl- day afternoon by Mrs. J. M. Storm. Bridge was the diversion of the after- roon and Mrs. Walter Dale and Mrs. LIryd Muckey received table prizes. Mrs. Meda Rcdfleld received the travel prize. Surprise Party Sunday- Several couples called at the Andrew Godfredson hcme Sunday as n surprise to Mrs. Godfredson on her birthday. The guests played bridge at four tables and Inter a lunch broue'nt by the vrs's. was .served. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Roeder received high score pri?e' and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey received the Joint Birthday Celebration— Prudence Morrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mtfrrtson, and Meredith Raney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, celebrated their rflnth and tenth birthdays respectively Saturday and In the afternoon Invited 20 of their friends to a theatre party. Pol- lowing the show, the group adjourned to the Morrison home for lunch. Shower for Future Bride- Mrs. M. P. Weaver and Mrs. K. D James were hostesses to a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening, complimentary to Helen Goeders, who will be married to Norman Walker December 29th. Seventeen friends of Helen were guests and she received many lovely gifts. Hostess to Clnb— Mrs. Hugh Post entertained her bridge club Monday evening of this week. The eight ladles spent the evening playing bridge. First prize went •to Mrs. Ed Sheehan, second to Mrs. John Dutton, low to Mrs. Louis Lynk and travel to Mrs. George Mahoney. Pastor, Wife to Entertain— The young people will be the guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Carlson, at a Entertain Saturday Eve- Mr, and Mrs. Clint Samson entertained at five tables of bridge Saturday evening at their home in Doan neighborhood. Miss Cora Hanson and Mrs. Roy Hanson received high and low score women's prizes and Junior Baas received the men's high score prize. Mrs. Claude Samson was presented with the travel prize. Zlttritsch-Penton Marriage- Eugene ZRtritsch, son of Mrs. A. Zit- tritsch of Algona and Mildred Penton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penton of Algona, were united in marriage, =-«twday. November 24th at Blue Earth. They are now making their borne in the Skinner apartments on Minnesota street. Both are employed by Swift Se Company. Basket Social Soon— A Christmas program and basket social will be presented Thursday, December 20th at eight o'clock at the VI- pond school, two miles south and one- fourth miles west of Hobart. Miss Ber nice Button Is the teacher. Elghtsome Meet—Members of the "Elghtsome" met wtth Mrs. A. L. Peterson Monday. A King Among Xmas Gifts Comfortable Slippers candlelight luncheon at the church at' pot-luck luncheon and an afternoon •-'0,-t.- t^rt, Sunday afternoon. O f contract was enjoyed by the eight travel prize. Following the luncheon a Christmas .: service will be conducted by tlif yoiins people at 7:30 o'clock. Club Entertained— Mrs. J,. M. Merritt was hostess to her brWee club Thursday evening oJ last week. Mrs. Henry Becker received the livst rrrize and Mrs. John Dutton received the second prize. Pazaar-Chicken Sapper— A chlckPn pie supper and bazaar will b» held Thursday^ December 13th at the Congregational church. Serving will begin at six o'clock. Useful articles will be sold at the bazaar. ladies. Rack MACHINERY f] wacoii. triple box wagon: single row jqilky plow: two wheel trailer; some We had our first sale. Dee. 11, and had eight > head of horses. 24 head of eattle, a couple of boars and some sheep, and had a good erowd considering bad roads and cold weather. Everything sold at a fair price. We will have much more property to sell on sale day than we have listed at present. D. A. Freeh will be on the grounds selling hot coffee and sandwiches. McGuire & McVay, Managers | Colwell Bros., Auctioneers Terms—Cash ? uvwuuvwuwwwwv XSXOUXOKBXttXOX&SOt^^ CALL THEATRE Only the best shown here. We buy 'em all and cut out the weak ones. Grand and glorious entertainment for holiday .season. Preponderance of family appeal. (Jood news! TIRES TIRES Tire Prices Are Still Low We must cut our tire stock in half in the next 10 days. LOOK - READ - BUY {••••••••••••••••••I 01. O. S. 30x3% *3.59 Sorensen's SPECIALS •Good Beef by the quarter, lb._. Lean Beef for sausage, Ib. 7-9c lOc Fresh Oysters Direct from Baltimore We Butcher all our Own Meat Fancy Prunes, t{ Ibs. for 30x4.50 21 £ $ 4.15 : 5.00-19 $ 4.70 Pancake Flour, pt-r pktf. Kidney Beans, Opal, 2 cans Georgie Porgie, per pky. Real Grape Juice 19c pt. S3c qt. 98c gal. Mines Meat, 9<l~ 25c 9c 19c 21c n — •••i 30x5 Truck Heavy duty $ 14.85 32x6 Truck 10 ply $ 23.85 (••••••••••••••I. Wed.-Thurs., Dec. 12-13 School matinee Wednesday 4:15. Regular matinee Thursday 2:30 p. Henry Hull Phillips Holmes in Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations' 1 Fri. and Sat., Dec. 14 15 Family appeal—You should attend with the family. Only a grcrsro-up can truly feel the heartbreak of Jackie Cooper. JOE BLOOM COAST TO COAST STORE Piu.iplilu, 11 o, 2 fuze, 3 cans Baking Powder, Calumet, 1 Ib can .Large selection of Xmas Trees Christmiu Candies and Nuts Complfte Line of Fresh Fruits, Meats and Vegetablro H.R.Sorensen&Co. Phones 138 and 139 We Deliver Give Furniture— a gift that adds charm to the home and one that the whole family will enjoy. Rin Tin Tir. ar.d Hex ihf; horse i n "IAW Of THE WE.ST" New NV.*v Sun. and Mon., Dec. 16-17 It's a big fun bV.ow. BincUir I.I-M,;., Btory that made a million lausfh 'a.' theimelvea and- like it! and Our Gang "NO WASMEt IBO.NEE" New News. Little Shirley Temple in 20 mlnic es of f uw "PAEDON MY PUPS' Tuesday, Dec. 18 BANK NIGHT! BANK NIGHT! Money for Christmas. Plenty of room in big lobbies lor :>ecuttd New—just released. CAMXf LOMBARD 'W riMVL CHiSTfR WHI^HBBES^-"' '-•' ' i ' Also a grand colored travel picture "Switeer and, tbe Bttautiful" Hewn and comedy, 'Dans Devil i>iru' Wed.-Thura.-Fri, Dec. 19-20-21 family appeal—Matint* each day ui 2.30. L M. Montgomery'* "ANN OP GREEN GABLES" Anne Shirley Tom Browne O. P. Heggie Helen Westley You jjiiitx-d your 1-vi.- with 4 firb in ••Little Wouiuu' now give it. all to one. L uggage We are showing the finest assortment of over night cases, fitted cases, (Hailstones and traveling bags. From the cheapest to the best. Lane Chests What would make a nicer gift for a girl $13.75 to $35 Be cure and *ee u» When you think of Furniture, think of Foster*, before you buy, it will pay you. Foster Furniture Co. ' ygjggjgfttU&i/ffiK^^ You'll find our selection of comfortable slippers includes everything you are looking for. There's tiny, cozy slippers for little tots —frilly, colorful ones to please feminine hearts, and comfortable substantial styles. In delightful Christmas boxes, they are priced from 65c to $2.50 Christensen Bros. SHOE DEPT. IN OUR Bargain Basement We have this year turned our entire stock of toys over to Mrs. Tribon to be sold at bargain prices as she sells everything in our bargain basement. Take advantage of the money-saving values being offered in Coats -Silk and Knitted Dresses—Children's Snowsuits — Flannel Robes — Coats and Dresses — Blankets — Underwear — Hugs — Hosiery — Linen and many other items suitable for Christmas (lifts. All Thru the Store /*" If you 'haven 't already done so — join the many happy Xmas shoppers in our store where you will find an almost endless variety of appropriate things for Christinas giving. You too, will say as others have said that we have the largest and most beautiful display ever shown in Algona. COATS— DRESSES A most practical and appreciated gift is a stylish warm winter coat. We are having a mid-season sale on our entire stock of Coats now at prices far below their regular worth. Buy a New Coat and Save Several Dollars. SILK AND WOOL DEESSES As a result of our special market trip last week, we have a gorgeous showing of dresses all at prices you will be glad to pay. Lounging Robes — Pajamas They are beautiful yet moderately priced. Choose a silk — or a satin or flannel robe or pajamas in clever color combinations. They make an ideal gift. Christensen Bros. COMPANY

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