The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1936 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 12,1936 CASEY LOSS Democratic Candidate for Sheriff of Kossuth County Tour Support Will be Appreciated Tnmrwirrrmi • • • • •»•••»•••»••»»•••••••••• • •• ww w-m Call Theatre Showing Only the Finest— A Policy of Veal*' Standing Always'200 Seats at Me Wed-Thurs., May 13-14 Matinee 2:30 Wednesday A man hunting manicurist with beautiful eyes. Patsy Kelley Comedy "PANHANDLERS" Pathe News—See the Zeppelin on her arrival in America. Friday, May 15 Buy one ticket. Bring the entire family "Voice of Bugle Ann" type of story. JOHN ARUDGf LOMCC LATIMCft •LIGHTNING' L 'ews and short subject program. Saturday, May 16 Register Special All Afternoon Richard Dix in "Special Investigator" Our Gang Comedy, "Second Childhood News—Air Hoppers Sunday-Monday, May 17-18 High speed entertainment—plenty of laughs Wm. Powell and Jean Arthur in "EX MRS. BRADFORD" Eric Blore and Jimmy Gleason for comedy angle Also Buster Keaton in "Grand Slam Opera New* and "Yankee Doodle Rhapsody" Social Calendar Celebrate 50th Anniversary- Word was received here of the golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen, Corral- Itos, California. The Chrlstensens were married In Seneca In 1886, nnd Mrs. Chrlstensen is the daughter of the late R. J. Brayton, one of the early pioneers of Seneca township. Immediately following their wedding, the couple moved to Algona where they lived until the fall of 1887 when they moved to California. About 160 friends and neighbors called at the Christensen home during the afternoon of their anniversarial date. The Christen- sens have many friends and relatives in Kossuth county who also Join In their congratulations to them. Veterinary Meeting— A meeting of the members of the Upper Iowa Veterinary Association was held Friday evening here. A banquet was served by the Eastern Star women at the Masonic Temple to the veterinarians and their wives, thlrty-flve in all. A business meeting was called later by the men. The latter part of the even- Ing was spent socially under the direction of Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whlttemore. These meetings are held every two months. "Kid" Party Saturday— About forty couples were guests Saturday night at a dancing party at the Country Club given by 12 hosts and hostess. The event was a "kid" party and all came dressed in klddish costumes. Th« entertaining couples were Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent. Mrs. Huenhold Hostess— Mrs. Alwln Huenhold was hostess to her bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. First prize in bridge went to Mrs. Esther Helberg and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson received the low prize. Mrs. Jacobsen and Mrs. E. W. Evans were guests of the club. District 4. Union Twu. Young People's PTA will present farce "Izzybloom's School of Acting" FRIDAY EVENING May 15 Schenck School 2 miles north, '-i mile east Adm. 10o Lunch served Everyone Invited FREEDOM OF JUDGMENT .. . is essential to sound banking policies This bank ha> no .-jx-.-ial intere.-ts to serve •or motives to .-ati.»fy otht-r than strict adherence to the principle.^ and practices of jrood. every day banking. It i- 1'rei- to use its best thought and to exerei.-e jr^ honest opinion AH th«merit.- <>f »-very tran-a'-tion prc-ented for it.- <-on- .-iderat':••!:. It- ju'i^fii'-nf a- to th»- loans it trranti and tije j!iV«--un*-nt- it i;;ak«-- are unswayed by coa.-id«-ra!."!,- that an- not djr«-<-t!y a part of -afe. IOWA STATE BANK MKMHKK I- i.I.r.J'.A.'. ].«•.:• H H Miller, i'r./ ..•!•:: WHICH..? the Choice is ol conc«ll»<i boat*? rhorlra . . . 01 a campl«Uiy Which will it b* **° Yean from today? BM i«illuJ»l«lT paid-ior boas* can b« had iot about tiw T* mi 'I'll' nr _ eotioy at doUozs <u th* rnnr«il»<i at baa a paMty x-onnmir strmdixmrt it ** htfafc* ft Uhr net to UM you* tut saea*y to werwoaa TOO UVE DL fa Ml ctaM COMB Of JUD SEE OS. • F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 Mothers A Daughters Banpuet— The men of the Home Builders Sunday School class of the Methodist church sponsored and served a mothers and daughters banquet, at the church Friday evening. About 150 mothers and daughters enjoyed the 8:30 banquet. MM. Antone Johnson acted as toastmistress. Mrs. Dolph Miller sang ft solo, followed by Mrs. L. J. Malueg who gave a toast to the daughters. A toast to the mothers was next given by Barbara Haggard and Betty Merritt played a selctlon on the bassoon. Mrs. Clara Bessie Dean. Fort Dodge, was the main speaker of the evening and her subject was, "Llvlngroom of Our Minds." Mrs. Wallace McDougall led the guests In group singing. The men of the class then presented the oldest member, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, with a bouquet of flowers. Decorations in the room and on the tables were carried out in a red and white color scheme. This Is the second annual banquet served by the men to the mothers and daughters. Dessert Club Hof»t**»— The members of the Dessert club were guests of Mrs. E. H. Wray Friday afternoon. Bridge was played and high prize was received by Mrs. L. M. Merritt. Mrs. R. W. Roeder received the travel prize and low prize went to Mrs. Louia Lynk. Mrs. Merritt and Mrs. Roeder were guests of the club. Surprised by Party- Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn was surprised by seven of her women friends Friday evening. In honor of her birthday which she observed recently. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. Bert Cronan winning the high score prize. I/ow prize went to Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and Mrs. William Geering received the travel prize. First C. C. Party— The opening Country Club party of the season is being held this evening, Tuesday, at the club house. The party Is given by the directors of the Country Club and their wiven with President and Mrs. J. M. Pool as chairmen. A dinner will be served, followed by a program and bridge. Wednesday Night Club- Mrs. Esther Helberg entertained the Wednesday night club at her home last week. Bridge was played at three tables and high prizes were received by Mr. .and Mrs. Albert Grooters. Claude Smith received the travel prize. The Groot- crs and Smiths were guests of the club. Eighth Birthday- Billy, son of Mr. and Mn. W. J. Becker, celebrated his eignth birthday Saturday and that afternoon was host to six of his friends at a theatre party. The group went to the Becker home later, where refreshment* were served. Meeting of Board— A meeting of the official board of the Methodist church was held Monday evening following the 6:30 dinner served at the church. Almost sixty were present, including members and their families. A meeting is held monthly. legion Meeting— The regular May meeting of Hag£ Post which was postponed on account of the meeting at Forest City will be held Tuesd^> evening at the Legion hall at eight o'clock. Entertainment will be furnished by the Boy Scouts. Tuesday, May 12 A meeting of the Rebekah lodge In the evening at I. O. O. F. hall. Wednesday, May IS First Lutheran Luth League to meet at 7:30 p. m. in church parlors with Carl Spongberg and Melvln Chrlstensen as hosts. Fellowship club of Presbyterian church to meet for 8:80 covered dish supper at church. Thursday, May 14 Royal Neighbor lodge meeting In the evening at the Legion Hall. Meeting of St. Thomas Guild at 2:30 p. m. at State Park. W. F. M. S. to meet In p. m. with Mrs. Frank Thorpe. Algona Orchestra On Theatre Stage The Algona Community orchestra will present a 45-mlnute musical program, on the stage of the State theatre, Wednesday and Thursday evenings of this week, as a regular part of the program. Rev. A. S. Hueser will conduct the local orchestra. Included In the orchestra personnel are: Violins—Marjory Anderson, Hel- Hueser, A. Turpln, Wayne Moore, Mrs. Arthur Hueser, Lura Speraw and Betty Gunn. Cellos- Glen Raney and Frances McMah- . Cornets—Fred Bartholomew and B. Yeoman. Clarinet*—Donald Parsons, H. Huenhold and Mrs. W. Roberts. Trombone—L. L. Lease. Oboe—A. A. Kuecker. Saxophone, M. Bartholomew. Flutes—Harry Spongberg and Max Miller. Alto—Theo. L. Larson. Drums—L. Glllespie and Maxine Larson. Bass—Walter Beardsley. Piano—Barbara Haggard. 35 At Armstrong Woman's Club Tea Armstrong: About 38 members of ths Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon In Armstrong at the Methodist church. The Rlngsted, Armstrong and Esthervllle clubs were well represented. Mrs. A. D. Wlese of Manning spoke on "Federated Club Machinery." After the talk a round table discussion was held. Mrs. A. J. Bosworth, president of the Armstrong club gave a short welcome to the other clubs. The program was as follows: nn Instrumental duet by Mlas Florence Blekfeld who plays the slide trombone and Miss Louise Mclntyre, who plays the alto horn. They were accompanied by Miss Christie Kreul FREE—Tires For Your Car— That's what it amounts to when you buy your Oil at Gamble Stores. The money you save on CXI win pay for your Tires. 2 gal. Pure Penn., $1.29, Including can and Fed. Tax. DANCE: 43VTD IT* BALLROOM oV/Ix.1: CLEAR LAKE: AL MENKE SATURDAY Ladies 26c, Gents 60c tax Inct Special Attraction Sunday WALTER BARNES AND HIS ROYAL CREOLIANS (14 colored) At the reg. Sun. Price, 26c-40c Coming Wed. May 20 FREDDY MARTIN And His Radio Orchestra Advance Tickets on sale until May 18 at 75c per person. Send orders by mail to the Surf. Door price $1.10 all tax incl. OLD TIME DANCE EVERY FRIDAY 28e JUNIOR THEATRE Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Mayl4.JS.16 New Mnt, nfne of the story mfcrtn*. A dangerous man bunt led to love. Wm. S. Hart wrote the story. MOUNTED' Unbeatable Combination ! Finest Theatres in the land are using this feature tliis week. Watch the bargains at the Junior. Prices 10c-16e— Anytime _ Sun.-MonvTues.-Wed., May 17-18-19-20 A Treat for Patrons Robert Donat, Jean Parker, Eugene PaUette In a kindly Jorfal story of comedy and romance, sweet entertainment for all fans "The Qhoat Goes West" A polished, sophisticated Robert Sherwood screen play handled by Rene Clafr, one of the world's finest directors. The story Is a take-off on rich Americans who go abroad ttf buy up old wortd treaaurm and transport them to this side. Also— Billie Burke, Pauline Lord, Basil Eathbone "A Feather in Her Hat" Lovers— before yoti kiss again— «ee this the sweetest love atory ever told. Also Paramount News. Knlertuinnient Honor* GumU— Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertained at a dinner party Friday evening at the Algona Hotel, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Quinby, Los Angeles, who were house guests of the E. J. Murtaghs last week. Hewing Club Mrs. Carroll Johnson was hostess to her sewing club Monday evening. Seven members were present, spending the evening with their individual sewing. A lunch waa served later. Child'* tttudy tiroup— Mrs John McDowell entertained the Child'* Hludy group Thursday afternoon An interesting and instructive program, under the direction of Mrs. C. (.:. Shierk, waa presented. H<tpti»I Ix»>al C I '!;;<: iiapti.it \Jij-\\ clas* will meet Thursday Mr*. C. B. Murtagh *pent a few days here last week getting the old home ready for occupancy this ummcr. Mrs. Vera Walter* left Friday for DCS Moines where she joined her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and family. They plan to leave for California and Mrs. Walters will visit in Pomona with her brother, Ross Stcbbins. The Jacobs family will go to Los Angeles where Mr. Jacobs has a position awaiting. Wade Hantw-n, Edgar Flnnrll, Ed • ward Cnpesius and Kenneth Devine. Iowa State College, Ames, students, visited over the week end with their respective parents and friends. Kenneth Devlne visited here Saturday evening and Sunday spent the day with his mother in Bancroft. He returned to Ames with the boys Sunday evening. Mr*. Fred Tubbe»lng of .Ma*on City visited her daughter, Mrs. W. C. McDougall, Friday and attended the mother* and daughters banquet at the Methodist church that evening which was sponsored by the men of the Home Builder* Sunday School class. She left Saturday for her home and Mrs. McDougall accompanied her for a week end visit. .Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Vlgant returned Sunday evening from Cedar Kails where they had spent the week end with their daughter, Margaret, student at Iowa State Teachers College, and had also attended the annual Mothers' L»ay program presented. Margaret was chairman of the decorations committee this year. Mrs. Ida Zumach accompanied them and they also .stopped for her daughter, Ella, who is teaching at Rowan. Rumors, via the "grapevine" route, have come to Algona of the divorce of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adams of Los Angeles. The couple were married the latter part of January of this year. Mrs. Adams is the former Margaret Hampton, secretary to a Los Angeles councilman. Mr. Adams, an attorney, is well known here in Algona where he made his home as a youth. it the brother of ex-Iowa State Senator H. C. Adams. Kunrral tervicc* were held Monday morning for Orville Foster, Britt, father of Inez and Eileen Foster, who attended the Algona Academy last year, and are well known here. Mr. Fouler, manager of the Fullerton Lumber Company, had been ill only a few day* with gall bladder trouble. Algonians who attended the funeral were Rev. T. J. Davern, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mrs. W. T. Daughan, Mr» J. J I.>ooley, Kuth Bestenlehner. 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