The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1936 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 29,1036 ~ta| The first bi-weekly Young Mar ried Folks dance ^was held at the I. O. B*. hall Thursday evening. About thirty couples were in attendance. A pot luck dinner was served and they danced to the music furnished by the Swanee orchestra from Whittemore. Those serving on the committee were Mr. and Mrs. W. Falb, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. I. Valentine and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carney. Honor Mrs, Lyon— Mrs. Howard Hoenk, Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. Albert Oranzow entertained at a luncheon bridge party Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. A. A. Lyon who is moving to Humboldt There were 12 ladies present, and contract bridge was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. M. Potter and Marguerite Kenelick, and there was a farewell gift for Mrs. Lyon. Duffy Bridge Party- Mrs. M. 3. Duffy entertained at two tables of bridge last Tuesday evening. Gu«sts were Mrs. W. A. Barry, Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, Carrie and Christine Wernert, and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Out of town guests were Mrs. Rae Oliver, Mrs. John Uhlenhake, and Mrs. Ray Burdlno of Whittemore. Prizes went to Mrs. W. A. Barry and Christine Wemert. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow were host and hostess at a 6:30 dinner-bridee party givon for Mr. and Mrs. George Henely, Saturday evening. Policy of Tears' Standing—Show the Best Only Dtiily matinees Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sept. 29-30-Oct. 1 Fall Festival Special Tuesday Matinee 2:30. Wed.-Tlmrs 11-1-3-5 o'clock A MERRY MELANGE OF 'Lucky Spills'' News "Toy Town Hall' Prices 10e-26Y-3«c Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2-3—(Fall Bargain—2 New First Run Features—No. 1 Kay Francis and Geo. Brent in "Give Me Your Heart" and No. 2, Jane Withers and Slim Summerville In "Pepper." School of the I>nnce Toft— Miss ik'rnice Stock will open her v-vinol of the Dance Saturday, Ort. i. v.-i..-. a ua from ii until 5 o'olocii it her studio in her home on East McGregor street. About fifteen of i:or students from Ea^le Grove, Wes'ey and Corwith will present ioveral dance numbers during the iftf-rnoon, nnd she will have a display of clever costumes and pic- urp^ showing the work her pupils have done. Invitations have been Issued for Certain hours, but anyone Interested will be welcomed at the tea. Miss Stock has been teaching physical education and dancing in Eagle Grove the past several years ind has also had dancing classes it Corwith, Wesley and West Bend. She has put on a number of dance recitals at Eagle Grove which were 'itghly successful. The past summer she took special training in dancing from Miss Rdythe Smiley of Amery, Wisconsin, and she has also studied dancing at Grinnell. Iowa City, Des Moines,. Fort Dodge, LaCrosse. Wisconsin, and Everett, Washington. Her studio has been decorated nnd equipped with mirrors, bars for ballet and toe work, and acrobatic mats. She will have classes in tap. toe. ballet, acrobatics and oxcrclsp. Further details are giv- m elsewhere in her ad. Child Study Club— The members of the Child Study <-lub met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. D. Schaap. The meeting was a pre-season meeting to decide the program for the year It was decided to use the child study schedule instead of the family group schedule. Mrs. W. D Eaton. Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Mrs. John McDowell, Mrs. Burdette Agard, Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, Mrs. Howard Hoenk. Mrs C. Paul Carlson, Mrs. George Vance, Mrs. Joe Bloom, and Mrs. Thomas Kemis are members of the club. The regular meetings start October 6. and new members will join. Committee Meeting— The committee of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Minnie Long Friday afternoon. Women on the committee were Mrs. A. E. Michel, chairman, Mrs. Ed Genrich. Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. Earl Mason, and Mrs. Minnie Long. They met to make out the program for the coming year. Party at Bryant— The new lunch room at the Bryant school was initiated last Thursday afternoon between 4:30 and ri:30 by Antoinette and Burnetts Bonnstetter. They served sandwiches, cake and coffee to a group of grade teachers. IJcrnlce Storm Entertains— Bern ice Storm was hostess at a card party held in her home, Friday evening. Guests present were Lulu Kohl, Betty Backus, Drusllla Caughlin. Omega McGrath, and Helen Corey. First prize was won by Helen Corey. REV. D1SCHER OF WHITTEMORE IS SPEAKER IN 111. Addresses Young People at Convention in Former Church Whittemore: Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher left Thursday for Springfield, HI., a former congregation of Rev. Discher, to speak at the tenth anniversary of the Young People's society near Springfield last week Sunday. Rev. Discher Delivered a mission festival sermon nt Sanborn, Iowa, and student, Kev. Frledrich of Humboldt, delivered the sermon here that Sunday nnd Rev. Wehrspann of LuVerne I 1 eld services here Sunday. TOP COATS Here s luxury of fabrics, luxury of tailoring here's perfection of design and style that'll appeal to you. 22 50 19.50 25.00 30.00 S TEEL E'S Reported Recovering Word was received here that Herman Lauck. who was kicked by a horse a week ago last Saturday, Is getting along nicely in a hospital nt Rochester and will soon be ready to come home again. At Braatz Funeral Those who attended the funeral of Robert C. Braatz Wednesday, 'rom a distance, were Mrs. Otto Eabel and son, Walter William and .lenry Braatz, Mrs. Herman Braatz, Mr. and Mrs. John Kourt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burnette, all of Milwaukee, WIs.; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Braatz, Mr. and Mrs.'Merlyn Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ptttz and son, Arthur, Herbert and Ralph Braatz. all of Minnesota Lake, Minn. Mrs. Susie Engler of Arnolds Park was a Whlttcmore caller last Tuesday. Marguerite Simpson entertained her Sunday School class at the Call Park Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Humboldt spent a few hours in Whittemore Friday afternoon.- ' Mrs. Joe McTigue of Emmetsburg visited with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Cullen last Tuesday. Arnold Heldt. a member of the CC camp at Bancroft, spenf- the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt. A number of ladies from here attended a bridge party at the home of Mrs. Maurice Duffy in Algona "ast Tuesday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Cavanaugh and children of Des Moines spent Wednesday at the C. L. Cavnnaugh home. The two men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oliver. Ray Burdine and Mike Besch, Jr.. and Pearl Higley attended a Rural Service picnic at Humholdt Thursday. The Methodist Ladies' Aid and birthday club held their general meeting nt the home of Mrs. Ralph Bartlett Thursday. Lunch was served. Henry Thompson, who has been spending the summer here from California, was In Whittemore last Social Calendar J Thursday, October 1— The Presbyterian Helping Hand oclety will meet Thursday after- loon at the church at 2:30. Host- sses are Mrs. Frank Gelgel, Mrs. "llmer Weaver, Mrs. Ed Sheehan, Mrs. Leila Brownell, Mrs. Ruth uderian and Mrs. James McGee. ruesday, September 29— Mrs. W. A. VIgars will entertain he members of the Dessert club on Tuesday afternoon. Thursday, October 1— The Baptist Aid will meet with Mrs. Orvllle Elkins, Thursday afternoon. The St. Thomas Guild will meet with Mrs. George Benschoter on Thursday afternoon at 2:30. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday at the church. Mrs. S. W. Meyers' division will serve a 1:15 luncheon. The Trinity Lutheran Ladle*' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. Henry Wegener GUI hostess. The Flrat Lutheran Ladle*' Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Ole Olson, with Mra. John Bohannon the assisting hostess. Bible study is Acts 10:24-44. Celebrate* 83rd Birthday- John Magnuasen, a resident of Algona for over fifty years, eel ebrated hia 83rd birthday laat week, September 25. Miss Louise Mag- nusaen, hia niece, entertained him at a little dinner and in the evening a family party was held at the home of his grand niece, Mra. Myron Ludwig. Mr. Magnuasen ia a brother of the late Chaa. Magnua- sen. Algona'a pioneer ice man. H was born in Sweden and came to America aa a boy. He has taught a Sunday School claas in the Presbyterian church for many years only retiring last year. ('ourt*»i<-» for Mrs. Henely— Mr. and Mra. George Henely anc three boys will move the first o: October to Humboldt, where the Iowa State Highway Commission office will be moved from Algona They will occupy the home of the late State Representative Cunning ham Mra. Henely has been the honoree at a. number of courtesies prior to her departure, including a bridge breakfaat which will-be belt at the Call State Park. Mra. B. E Htbteadt entertained on Wednes day of this week. Mm. HiUteadt Entertains— Mra. B. E. Hilateadt entertained Wednesday afternoon, at a bridgi party, honoring Mra. George Hen ely, who is moving to Humboldt There were eight women present Hitch score prize wan won by Mrs .1 W. Little, and low score prize waa received by Mra. M. W Jacob son Ki)ibroid«T> flub Mie«tinK— Mrs. Kenneth Harris entertained htr embroidery club. Thursday aft ernoon, with nine members present A .social afternoon was spent with the women jewing on fancy work The hostess served light refresh ments. Tuesday taking care of business matters. Joe Love, nnd Mildred nnd Edna Elcnssar of Chicago and Cyril Smith of Ben ton, Wis., were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winkel. RosellA Votgt, who is employed In the treasurer's office at the court house in Algona, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Herman Volgt. A number of neighbors and friei.ds of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mass gathered at their home Wednesday evening to celebrate Mrs. ,\ass' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward of Estherville, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Potratz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz. Miss Melba Carl, sister of Mrs. Ray Burdine. spent the week at the Burdine home. She is employed on the , Montezuma Republican at Montezuma, Iowa. Sylvester Ehlers of Madison, Wis., spent several days with his mother, Mrs. H. C. Meyer last week. Mr. Ehlers is employed in a printing shop at Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burdine and daughter, Betty, Miss Melba Carl, Paul Urich and Marcella Cullen and Bonnie Brogan enjoyed a steak fry at the Call Park at Algona last week Monday. The household goods of Carl Krahn was sold at public sale here Saturday. The weather was disagreeable. Mr. Krahn will move to Algona to make his home with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bankson. Katherine Haag, who formerly operated a restaurant at West Bend and the past Ive years was In a restaurant here, has purchased an up-to-date tavern at Janesvillc. Minn. She took possession last week Monday. Geo. Munch who formerly was a resident here, was a caller here Tuesday on business and talked over old time fishing trips, but Geo. was up in Canada and brought back actual pictures of the catches he made to verify his statements. Fritz Fish, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish, wrote that he is now ocated at Cornell. WIs.. where he s employed in the credit department of a large paper mill. He vas employed in Minneapolis in a rfrage before he accepted his new Episcopal Church Father L. D. Shelmandlne will be in Algona Thursday to conduct services at the Episcopal church. Holy Eucharist services will be held at 10 a. m. and Litany service at 8 o'clock p. m. The latter service will be followed by a bishops' committee meeting:. Read The Waat Ad*—It Pay« Cuinmmgs' For Good Candy It's Here— fresh, crisp Peanut Brittle 15c pound Chop Suey Peanuts, cocoanut flalce, In butter flavored brittle 20c pound Fresh New Crop Blanched Jumbo Peanuts 20c pound Cream Filberts Big, new crop, coated with crys- talized cream 20c pound Another shipment of Delicious' Milk Chocolates Creams, caramels, chips special 17c pound Cunnnings' For Good Candy A New Cafe — Opening Wednesday, Sept. 30 Just in time to welcome you on Algona's Fall Festival Days. Located in the new C. S. Johnson building west of the creamery. STOP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED MEALS SHORT ORDERS BEER BEATTY'S CAFE First door east of Johnson's Miss Bernice Stock ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP A School of the Dance Classes offered in tap, toe, ballet and acrobatic Also exercise and reducing classes Rates: 35c in a class of not more than four. Other reasonable rates for private instruction Anyone interested is invited to attend the OPENING Saturday, October 3 605Eaat f 3 un 6 o . clock McGregor St. Call 406-W for In- There will be an interesting display of formation or en- pictures, costumes and dancing by form- rollment er pupils from Eagle Grove. New Fall Shoes Style decrees suedes for fall and we have a long range of styles to pick from. Note the styles below. The Kiltie Shown in black, and brown auede for the growing girl at $3.95 Ali) for the young Misb, »ui"i i2 to 3, a*. $2.65 The Meta A ffiippy style in suede and kid combination, both black und brown at $4.95 A shipment of Modern Miss sport oxfords just received. Come in and see them. In suedes and soft calf skin. Christensen Bros, SHOE DEPARTMENT NITE FOOTBALL Friday, Oct. 2 8 p. m. - Athletic Park Gilmore City .-vs- Algona Hi Wool Dresses For Work or Play A Wool Dress has become a necessity in everyone's 'wardrobe. For SCHOOL WEAR OFFICE WEAR OUTDOOR WEAR They arc practical—comfortable and good looking. You'll like the bright plaids—the combinations in the new fall colors. 4.95 7.95 11.75 Christensen Bros. Co. Algona's Style Center Popular vjarments FOR Practical Wear Tuck In styles and over blouse styles In smartest garments you can imagine. These chic blouses are made from Lace—Satin- Taffeta—Morte and Crepe, and they can be had in either the lighter pastel colors or in the darker shades. $1.98 - $2.98 They are more popular this fall than in many aeaaona—and we have for your choosing a greater variety of atyles and colors. Every aklrt la a new this season's atyle and color. $2.50 - $2.98 You'll probably want more than one of these chic garments. We have them in either hand made or machine knit in the newest weaves—styles and colors. Sweaters ure considered particularly smart this season. $1.98 • $2.98 Christensen Bros. Co. "Algona's Style Center" USE THE WANT ADS FOE QUICK RESULTS

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