The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1936 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1936
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The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 19,1936 Meet Offlew**- At tlvmeetlhg of the Algona chapter of D. A. R. Tuesday afternoon 01 last week officers wtre elected tot the coming year. All former officer* Vrtre rcelected and are a* follow*: regent. Mrs. Sylvia Ounn: +ice r%ent, Mrs. A. L. Long; see fetary, Miss Ella Lewis; treasurer, Mrs. p. P. Smith; .registrar; Mrs. I* E. ' Fairbanks; corresponding secretary, Miss Ella Thompson; chaplafn, Mrs. Jo*. Gosgrove; historian, Mrs. J. O. Paxson. The meeting was held at the home of Miss Thompson who was assisted by Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mrs. Jos. CosgroVe. Mrs. Will Bourne gave a travetouge on the program. Book Club Meets— The couples of a recently organized Book club Wire guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. XJenrlch Saturday evening at a' dinner. The after- dinner hours. Were devoted to a book review given by Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Her book was Ruth Bryan Owen's "Leaves from a Greenland Diary." Rlrthrfny Mrs. Roy Keen entertained the eight members of her birthday club Saturday evening at a seven o'clock dinner. Mrs. D. D. Paxson was the guest of honor and each of the members presented her with a gift Mrs. W. G. McCullough received the high score prise in bridge, which was played in the after-dinner hours. Mrs. D. R Dewel and Mrs. F. E. Kent were guests of the club. Eight Couples Entertained— Eight couples were entertained on Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little at a dinner party. Following the 6:30 dinner, bridge was played. The high score family prize was received by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and high ladies' and men's prize Went to Mrs. L. F. Rice and George Stewart. Picnic for Class— The freshman class of the high school held a picnic at 5:30 Monday evening in the State Park. Games were played later. Call Theatre , Consistently—The Best Progams, Projection and Sound Wed.-Thurs., May 20-21 ihi! Romance of History WALLACE BEEKY& BARBARA fTANWYCK A MESSAGE TOGAftCIA JOHN BOLES Mona Barrie I [• 20th Century-Fox Hit I S- .W VItaphone OuJne X Technicolor "Bell Board Frolic*- 2 Big Days Friday, May 22 36c Family Night 36c Buy one ticket—bring the entire family. Register Friday Night for Saturday Saturday, May 23 The fifth best seller of all time. Awarded highest honors as a picture by Parents' Maguzine. And These Shorts New* Chock your •oubrero. The Yank* Are Coming Sunday and Monday, May 24-25 Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray in "THE PRINCESS COMES ACROSS" i; JUNIOR THEATRE More For Your Money Prices 10c-16c Always Tuesday and Wednesday, May 19-20 Two Grand Features Last Two Days Showing Rbt. Donat, Jean Parker, Eugene Pallette in The Ghost Goes West" Pauline Lord and Billie Burk in "A FEATHER I.V HER HAT" Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., May 21-22-23 PrU-es 10-16c Anytime ckfORAM Woman's dob Program— The last meeting of the Woman's club was held Friday afternoon at the library with a most unusual and interesting program offered. A history of the Woman's club and its contemporaries was given and the high lights are aa follows: The W. C. T. U. and Library Association first united to organize a reading room and a collection of books, under the direction of Mrs. W. H. tngham, mother of Harvey Ingham. They later formed the Library Aid in 1896, with Mrs. Cook, wife of Judge Cook, as the first president. A sum of $1,000 was donated by Judge Cook to the library for books and the sole purpose of the aid was to support the library. The Home Economics club was organized in 1918 or thereabouts and raised money to finance many civic activities in Algona. it financed the athletic park and its upkeep u» to a few years ago. It united with the Library Aid in 1»2S and was then given the namo Algona Woman's club. A sum of $700 was in the treasury of the Home Economics club and this was used to buy a city clock and a portion of it given to the Algona schools. Roll call-was answered with each member giving the place of her birth, how long she had lived in Kossuth county, whether her parents had been born In Iowa. This data ws» collected and will be put in a history for reference In the library. Data concerning the history of the above mentioned clubs will be typed and preserved. The first president of the Woman's club was Mrs. O. Mndson who was followed by Mrs. T. P. Harrington, W. C. Dewel, Claude Samson, Miss Ella Thompson. The present president is Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. A. E. Michel sang several solos and her sister, Ruth Ferryman. Atlantic, played several numbers on the piano on the musical program which followed. Academy Banquet— The juniors and seniors of the Academy held their annual banquet Thursday evening of last week in the Academy gymnasium at 6:30. A color scheme of green and pink, the class colors, was used on the tables and crepe paper of those colors formed the decorations about the room. Bouquets of spring flowers formed centerpieces on the three tables at which the students and guests sat. The Rev. T. J. Davern • acted as toastmaster and on the program the following toasts were given: Alma Mater, sung by the Juniors, Motto by Evelyn Dole, Preparations by Dorothy McEnroe, Early Helps by Wilma Kapp. Ensign by Ellen Mary Jennett, Diversions by Loren Courtney, Flower by Marguerite Dalzlel, Former Associates by Hazel Walker, Sacrifices by Stanley Patterson, Our Guides by Margaret Bllley, Fellow Climbers by Eleanora Klein, Glimpses by Gordon Kollaseh, Farewell by Evelyn Capesius, Remarks by Rev. C. A. Ahmann. A d-ince wau enjoyed later. The banquet was served by the mothers of the junior clas.s. E. T. W. Club— Mrs. Andrew Godfredson was the hostess to the, women of the E. T. W. bridge club Wednesday. Mrs Bert Cronan received the first pris*. Mr*. Med« RedfleJd. the travel prize and Mra. John Storm the low prize. An nusiuU lunch was served by Mrs. Godfredson, a Danish dish, called Aevenschuul, which proved to be decidedly popular. Hmuewarmlng Party— Twenty members of the local Rebekah lodge surprised one of their members, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Friday afternoon at a housewarming at her new home north of town. After inspecting the house, the women spent the time socially and refreshments, brought bv them, were served. Easy Ace ifo*tes»— The Easy Ace members were guests of Mrs. Henry Furst Wed neaday afternoon. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon with the high prize being awarded to Mrs. Elmer Phillips. Mrs. Roy Woolridge received the low pm«, Mrs. Henry Furst the travel prize. Hold Home warming Party—. • The eight women of the contract club which had met during the winter entertained at a houoewann ing party at the home of Mra. Chet William*. Mr. and Mrs. Williams recently bought a house on the corner of McGregor and Colby streets. Tea Honors tlue»t— A tea, honoring Mrs. Milton Coonan of Cedar Rapids, house guest of Mrs. M. J. Streit, is being given this afternoon (Tuesday) between three and five by Mra. Donald Hutchison and Mrs. Streit at the Hutchison home. Mra. Coonan is a sister-in-law oi Mrs. Struit. Social Calendar Tuesday, Wednesday, 19-JO Meetings of Norther^ District of Iowa Augustana Lutheran conference to be held In the evening at 8 o'clock in First Lutheran church. All members urged to be present, and public is welcome to attend. Thursday, May 21st Meeting of the Missionary society of the Presbyterian church with Mrs. John McDowell and Mrs. C. Barton, assisting hostess. Leader, Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Saturday, Slay 28rd Bake Sale at Mbe * Sjogren grocery store, conducted by Dorcas society of First Lutheran church. Thursday, May 28th Annual Iris party of the St. Thomas Episcopal Guild to be held at home of Mrs. H. E. Woodward. Whittemore. Auction will begin at 2:00 and contract at 7:30. For reservation call 349, Eleanor Fraser. I Dinner 1'arty— >Ci i-<r. and Mrs. H. M _ . __ _. _ ___—_ Now he's lighting for Unrle Sam Popeye "The lleaji Shaven Man" "Fighting Marine!.' Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed., May 24-25-26-27 BOOTH TAKKINGTON Two Grand Authors for the Family GEO. M. COHAN Olson Sewing Club Entertained— Valeria Plckett entertained the five girls of her sewing club Tuesday evening of last week. Following an evening spent sewing, the girls were served refreshments by their hostess. Foursome Meets- Mrs. James Watts was hostess on Thursday afternoon to Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mrs. Walter Dale and Mrs. Marlon Burbank. The women spent the time playing bridge. Hi-Low Club— Mrs. John Frankl entertained the Hi-Lo club at her homo Thursday evening. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill te- ceived high prize, Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves the low prize. Delphian Meeting— Delphians are meeting this afternoon (Tuesday) at the Algona Hotel. Mrs. W. C. McCullough is living a paper on the Life of the Gypsy. West Bend CWM In Hospital With Pneumonia Attack West Bend: Little John Hugh Reid was taken to the Fort Dodge hospital, Tuesday evening, suffering with pneumiftiia and complications. He has been very ill but the appendicitis has cleared away and the pneumonia is .in one lung. His mother, Mrs. V. H. Reid, is with him and Mr. Reid left for that place Saturday to be with him. Bridge Club Dinner The members of the U. and I. bridge club were entertained Wednesday evening at a 7:30 dinner at the Franklin Hotel. The tables were decorated with lilies of the valley and tulips. After the dinner, bridge was played at six tables the prize going to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr. 50 At Luncheon The Hope Circle of the Method- ist church observed Mothers' Day with a !wo ccrttfart UimiBeon, served in the- ctofctt dlnWg rrfom'. Fifty guests enjoysd- O» luncheon. MM L«na 8*mrt*in rtWtved the prlrt fff^bWBg' the eTtest mother present. • Mrs. W. H. Danbendlek returned Thursday evening from Clayton, Nebraska, where she spent the past two weeks visiting her mother. The Methodist Missionary society met in the church parlors, Friday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Thatcher and Mrs. Nevins Cuplin, hostesses. The hostesses served refreshments. The Presbyterian Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mrs. Carl Vohs had charge of the program. The hostess served a delicious lunch. Thursday. Those making the trip were: Orval Fuchsen, Paul Harms, Wayne Carter, Robert Balgeman, Robert Brown, Clyde Genrich, and Eddie Banwart O£&ttBX&i!X^^ The New Evening appointments Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday by appointment Phone 879 It starts Friday—Gamble store's great May Sale. Sale prices in ev- ;ry department. Trade-in Specials. Coupon offers—Free Offers—Cut Prices. 20 Minit Permanent No need to put off having a permanent because you dread the steaming time. It's no ordeal to have one of our new Minit Waves. No electricity attached to head. Hair steams only one minute. 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