The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. December 20. 1934 Marriaire— . eldest daughter of Mr. an Mrs. A. M. ColUnson, was married t< Marvin Faitte, Saturday afternoon a the Methodist parsonage In LuVern by RqV; Peterson. The ; btfde wore a pink crepe gown and carried sink and white carnations The bride's sister, Twilla, was maid o honor, and was dressed in a pale blut dress.:. Milton Worby of LuVerne was best man. A tfiree course dinner was served at nve o'clock by the groom's sister, Mrs Milton Worby of LuVeme. Twenty guests including relatives and friend of the couple, were present. The bride is a graduate of the Al- ftona high school, having graduated In 1833. At present, the couple win reside with the bride's parents on West North street; , H Faculty Part?— ~"~ The. local public school faculty numbers were entertained Saturday evening at the home economics room In the high School. A 6:30 dinner was served and Pit and other games played later. The group then enjoyed tobogganing. Commltteemen were: David Ward, Misses Krampe. Olson Horn Durant and Morris. Congregational Services- Members of the Congregational church enjoyed a program Sunday afternoon presented by the church choir. Carols of the different' countries were sung by the choir and by individuals and there were alsc instrumental selections. Several selections, especially enjoyable, were played by Mrs. Sylvia Ounn on the organ, Mrs. N. C. Bice on the piano and Mrs, Agnes Austin Vohs of West Bend on the violin. The program was under the direction of Mrs. Ounn. Clerks Hav e Party— The clerks of the Ooeders Company enjoyed a Christmas party Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Pearson. A 8:30 covered dish supper was served and cards wer e played during •he evening. Gifts' were exchanged al- jo. This is an annual affair which has been held for a number of years. Birthday dob- Mrs. Burton Thorpe was hostess to ler Birthday club Friday evening of he week before. The party was In honor of Mrs. D. P. Smith's' birthday. After the 6:30 dinner •the ladies played jrldge at two tables. Mrs. Smith re- elved a gift. Greetings And our best wishes for a most jovial and Happy Holi (lav Season. Your Richelieu Store Ak res Snrprisp Party en Couple— A surprise party was given for Mr and Mrs. Joe Arndorfcr of near Algona in honor of their 23rd wedding anniversary last Wednesday evening Those present were the following Messrs, and Mesdames Albert Oould B. H. Gould, son Kenneth, John Mertz Ralph Morgan and daughters, Vivian and Margaret, Matt Kapp, Victor Frl- deres, Lou Matern and son, Mike, Jim Watts, Phil Roethler and children Harold and Luella, Melvin Dutton and Mrs. Teresa Miller. Five hundred was played and first prizes went to Mrs Ralph Morgan and Harold Roethler. Low score prizes went to Mrs. Lou M«tern and Jim Watts. Lunch, brought by the guests, was then served. Farewell Luncheon-Party— The ladies of the Methodist church gave a one o'clock luncheon Wednesday as a farewell to Mrs. Henry Douglass. A program was presented after the luncheon. Mrs .Douglass and son will move to Webster City after the first of the year where Mr. Douglass has been transferred as rate clerk in the Northwestern depot. Eight couples, friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglass, surprised them Wednesday night of last week. The sroup brought their own dinner and It was served at 6:30. FolKwing that • hey attended a dance. GIlmore-HnK Party- Mrs. H. V. Hull and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore were joint hostesses Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner party given at the Hull home. The ten guests were seated nt one long fable which wns decorated with red and preen color fchcme. A Christmas village and green tapers centered the table. Contract was played following the dinner and prizes were presented to Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mrs. E. C. Hancher. Shower for Helen Goeders— Mrs. E. c. McMahon entertained on Monday evening at a kitchen shower, complimentary to Helen Goeders, who will be married soon. Ten of Helen's school friends and her mother, grandmother and sister were guests. She received 'many lovely gilts. Games were played during the evening and a lunch served later. CALL THEATRE 0rf ^ th lS!Syii ow11 here - We bu y 'em all and rat out the '•***•••«**'**<-- Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 19-20-21 Grand successor to "Little Women." Dally matinee 2:30. Money back- it you don't like Anne Shirley. r V GR£ENGABL » •.*,-• uuk ~. ANNE SHIRLEY Tom Brown. O. t. Mtfglt. H.I,,.. ...,„„, BoMd upon lh« book by 1. M. Momgom»ry publ.lh.d by L C. Pog* & Co., Inc. D.r.cl.d by G«orq» Nichplli. Ir WO-«*OIO '.chjr« Saturday, Dec. 22 Vaudeville and pictures Radio Stars of KMOX and Mac's Royal Hawaiians "Isle of Paradise" • Singing and dancing and In an epic rac« for lite The Burlington Streamline Train— Moffat Tunnel—Boulder Dam—The Iron Lung. Romance, thrills and conuedy. Rin Tin Tin and Hex Uu; Wild Horse in "LAW OF THE WEST" I Sunday, Dec. 23 Matinee 1-3-5. Night 7-8-11. Vaudeville and pictures. Mac's Hawaiian Troupe "Isle of Paradise" JEingmg and dancing and KMOX Stars on Uie stage and The great matinee idol of New York. Cfty Francis Lederer Star of "Pursuit, of Happiness'' with Ginger Rogers of "Gay Divorcoe in "ROMANCE IN MANHATTAN'' Tuesday, Dec. 25 Xmas Special Grand Christmas sequence. One of the big ones of 1934. IMETTAYOOIW JOHN BOIES WHITE Also two special technicolor short subjects— "Tulip Time In Holland" Toytantf" News. Wednesday, Dec. 26 WKtHT BENOID MY Will! A grand entertainment. Sir Gilbert Park's Story—translation of a savage— 3ne of the very best—new. Special hpliday booking. Monday, Dec. 24 XUULS Eve Special Booking! Joe Morrison singing "Home on the Range" Jackie Googan in a comeback. Zaue Grey's tmu WKBOIFM SCOTI KRENT Thurs., and FrL, Dec. 27-28 It's an opportunity. Released Jan 1, 1935. Bing Crosby Kitty Carlisle "Here I* My Heart" "Little Dutch Mill" News. Christmas Party- Mr, and Mrs. Russell O. Hodges entertained Wednesday evening of this week at a Christmas party. Two tables of bridge were in session during the evening. Quests included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sandberg. Entertain Friday Evening— Mrs. W. E. Havfjott, Mrs. W. P. French and Mra. Floyd Saundcrs entertained at a seven o'clock dinner at the Algona hotel Friday evening. The guests then went to the Rawcott home where bridge was played- Mrs. H. L. Gllmore and Mrs. Fred Kent recevled the prizes. Caonpflre Girls' Dinner—The girls of the Campflre will serve a covered dish supper Thursday even- Ing of this week at the home of Virginia Morck. Ea«h of the girls will take a child between the ages of five and ten, to the supper as their guests. Gifts will be distributed following the supper. Wa-Tan-Ye Party— Wa-Tan-Yes held a Christmas party Monday evening at the Wernert home. Mrs. Lura Sanders and Amy Johnson were hostesses. Bridge was played with first priae going to Maxine Momyer and travel to Zora Keith. Christmas presents were exchanged. Candle Light Ceremonla?— The Prebyterian Young People pre- f«nted their second annual Candle Light ceremonial Sunday evening. Among other features of the program was the reading of the Christmas story by Mrs. Lura Sanders, and several vocal and instrumental numbers. Chrtetmas Seal Sale- Mrs. D. D. Paxson, sale* committee chairman, states that the sale of the Christmas seals is averaging as good as last year. There is Hill time to purchase more and they can be secured by calling Mrs. Paxson. phone number 101. Baptfct MMon Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday. December 20th with Mrs. John Urch. Mra. H. Pierce is the lesion leader and the topic is "Chinese In America." W. U. M. S. MeellBc— A meeting of the W. H. M. S. ol the Methodist church will be held Thursday afternoon. December 20th, at th jdburch. Saturday, Dec. 29 Win. IfcUnca Conrad in "THE MARINES ARE COMING" Ran Tin Tui in serial "Law of the West." Sun. Mon,, Dec. 30 31 Jack Benny Nancy Carroll "TRANSATLANTIC MEKKY GO HOUND" Monday Eve, Midnight Show, 11:30 p. m. Tuesday, Jan- 1 A special fi-aiuix—watch for it Wed., Jan. 2 Greta G*rbo in "TUB PAINTEU VEIL' January 3-4-5 Shirley Temple Jimmy Dunn "Bright Eye*" \Vc wish to thank our ;-.-*-)•• many friends 'T f, j-""]. anjl custom- ;T-.' crs for the ! /'/ best year's l^-- x business we have had during the depression. May we continue to serve you 1 McDonald &Co. Announced— Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ooeders anounci the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Helen, to Nor man Walker. The wedding will tak place Saturday, December 28, at the Ooeders home with relatives of the couple in attendance. Mr. Walker is manager of the Kenned? Parsons of flee here. Auxiliary AetlvMeiHT Members of the Auxiliary are requested to bring their donations of food supplies and toys for the Christmas baskets to the Naudain home not later than December 22nd or 23rd The monthly Auxiliary radio party will Tie held December 28th at the Legion hall, beginning at 2:30. Bobbing Party— Eighteen members of the Debate society of the high school enjoyed a aob party Wednesday evening. An oyster stew was enjoyed afterwards at the home of Herbert Pbttcr. John McDowell, principal, was the chaperon. Rutty Htatgen— The Rusty Hinge quartet of Mason ilty will furnish the program for the Candle Light dinner which the Young People's organization of the Congregational church will hold Thursday evening nt >!he church. r. E. O. Tea- Members of the P. E. O. entertained at a tea Wednesday afternoon of his week at the W. K. Ferguson home. This was a Christmas party and gifts were exchanged by the ladies. Contract Club Meets- Mrs. Burmelster entertained fter Contract club Monday evening of this v. pek. Klght ladles were present. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Olen Raney and Miss Lettie Matson returned Sunday from Iowa City, where they had driven to visit the letter's brother, Birch Matson, who recently underwent a major operation. Mr. Matson was; quite seriously ill for R few days, but Is recovering nicely. Some of the students of the Iowa State College at Ames arrived home yesterday and the rest are expected back the latter part of this week. Among the students from here are: Wm Monlux, Max Richardson, cferl anrt Kenneth Medin, Edwin Norton, Edgar Pinnell, John Ferguson. Chalmer Cooper and Dick Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Schaap, of Sheldon, parents of Dr. C. D. Schaap, Dor- fa Reynolds of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Reynolds of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Lark Reynolds and sons, Wallace, James of Swea City, parents and brothers and sister of Mrs. Schaap, will be guests Christmas day at the C. D. Schaap home. Miss Reynolds will visit a few days longer. Mr. and Mrs. James Africa of Santa Monica are here visiting his aunt and uncle. Miss Mary and James Duryea. They expect to start their return trip the day after Christmas. Jimmy as he is known to all his old Algona friends, has a barber shop in Santa Monica which Is being managed by his brother while he Is here. Jimmy attended the Algona high school and was graduated with the class of 1925. Among the local attorneys to attend the Winter Chautauqua held at Storm lA&e Saturday evening were: J. L. Bonar and wife, W. B. Quarton, L. A. Winkel, Luke Linnan, O. D. Shumway, E. J. Van Ness, Delia Wel- ;er, Robert Harrington, Joe Lowe, E. C. McMahon and wife, O. W. Stlllman and wife, Theo. Hutchison, H. B. White and Paul Danson. O. W. Stlll- man was reelected secretary-treasurer at the meeting following the five course turkey dinner. May Your Christina* Be Merry And the coming year, happy and prosperous is the wlsft we extend to the many patrons and friends who have made our busienss In Algona one of pleasure and success, WM. C. DAU GARAGE There Could Be No Finer Gift! Special TURKEY SUPPER with all the trimmings Thursday night, Dec. 20 (tonight) 35c Silver Gray LONG'S Order Your Xmos Needs from LONG'S FOOD SHOP Our stock is complete and can'.fttiie care of the last rrlm/.e shoppers. Another shipment of Xma». trees—priced very cheap. Turkey—Ducks—Geese and Chicken. YDU aV know how we can draw and dress a fowl nt for any king. Our Box Candles are fine in quality and cl>vip in trice. Spode's Famous Buttercup Billingsley Rose Fairy Dell Rosebud Chintz Johnson's Old English and Chintz Bavarian Bohemian We wish all our Friends and Customers a Merry Chitstmas From A. L. Long and family Store And Delivery Force In Numerous Styles and Patterns GLASSWARE The Perfect Christmas Present GOBLETS!—LOTS OF THEM! We have a selection of Rock Crystal and Gray cut Glassware ranging in price from $3.50 *° $15 *>* doien Sorensen Drug Next to the Postoffice A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Is Our Wish for EveryWoby ! Algona National Farm Loan Association, Algona, Iowa (Authorized "Government Loan" Representative for Kossuth County and adjacent Townships of Iowa). May the closing days of 1934 give cheer and hope to all our friends—and that we trust, means all of you—that with 1936 shall dawn more prosperous, happier times. It i.s our special purpose, arid it shall continue to he our constant effort to do everything in our power to help fanners and farm owners of Kossuth County and neighboring townships to pay off their old debts and re-establish themselves in financial security for the long future. We have already been instrumental in helping a great many. Let ii8 see if we can be of help to you. Come in and LET'S TALK THINGS OVEU. But Read Carefully What Follows THE PRIVILEGE OF RE-FINANCING YOUR FARM LOANS AT 4^% INTER- KHT up to July, 1938; and obtaining Commissioner loans from the Government with which to pay off old debts at big discounts; WILL CEASE AT THE END OF THE NEXT SIX MONTHS; unless Congress passes additional legislation of winch we have no present assurance. Now Is the Accepted time to Make Your Application for "Government Loans" Do It Now! You are welcome, always, to come to our office and talk over the possibilities of refinancing your farm loans in strictest confidence. Algona National Farm Loan Association (Affiliated with The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, and the United States Land Bank Commissioner). Office Tel. 205-W. Residence 205-K. H. D. Hutchins, Secretary-Treaaurer Office over *'Barry's, 17y a E. State Street, Algona, Iowa.
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