The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1936 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 17, 1936
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The AJgoft* tTpf^i- Des Moinas. Aitfaafr towa, Nov. 17,1936 Algotta Couples Oil Vacation-Grid Tour Combining the pleasure of a vacation with that of seeing two high class football games, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mr. and Mra. Walter Lorenz of Algona left last week for New Tork, where they viewed the Notre Dame-Army foot- ball game, and the outcome must have been extremely pleasing to Mr. Sullivan, a former Notre Dam* student. Returning this week, the party will make a stop at South Bend, andiana, home of Notre Dame, where they will see the Irish tangle "tri the undefeated Northwestern University eleven, in the classic of .he day s grid program. C A L •_ • n L c a n n • FINEST IN ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday.-Wed.-Thurs., Nov. 17-18-19 Daily matinees 2:30 Merrier Than 'Thanks A Million" Swingier Than "Sing Baby Sing" PIGSKIN MADE WITH STUART ERWI NNY DOWNS ARLINE JUDGE BETTY GRABLE PATSY KELLY JACK HALEY Yacht Club Boys A and ( , News of the Day Excursions In THE FOOTBALL MUSICAL of 1936 Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20-21 t BIG am z CAM THIS BE DIXIE ? Withers .ft* PATSY HEI.IY CUHH "E» «., DELCO takes the LEAD "STANDARD' EQUIPMENT" on LEADING MAKES of cars Antomobile engineers are more critical today thaa erer before in selecting a Battery for original equipment. The fact that DELCO Batteries are original equipment on such popular cars as Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Cadillac, I «^«ll" ana Chevrolet, is real evidence of their quality. It will pay you well to replace with a DELCO—THE QUALITY BATTERY. Don't Forget—We Carry a Big Supply of Winter Driving Necessities Heaters, Defrosters, Fan or Electric Radiators, Floor Mats and everything else to make winter driving conven tornt. TIRE CHAINS—We have a full line of PEERLESS CHAINS for passenger Cars, Trucks and Tractors. OUR PRICES ARE LOWER IN FACE of a rising market. GENERAL and GILLETTE TLRES Denatured 188 proof ALCOHOL 49c. Greenberg Auto Supply Football Banquet— A football banquet will be held at the high school Friday night In honor of the high school football team. It will be attended by the 41 boys who attended practice during the season, the three managers, Darrell Bruns, Harold Nielsen and Pug Lund, Coaches Berger and Flndlay, and O. B. Laing. high school superintendent, and John McDowell; high school principal. The banquet Is to be cooked by the mothers of the players and will be served by the faculty men. Letters will be awarded to the players, and numerals to the freshmen. There will be short addresses by the coaches, and the boys will be entertained by a movie. Announcement is to be made of the honorary captain and the captain elected for the coming year. O. E. S. Benefit Bridge— The Eastern Star entertained at a benefit bridge, Friday afternoon. There were fourteen tables of contract, and three tables of auction bridge. High score prize in contract was received by Mrs. E. A. Scheme!, and second prize went to Mrs. H. L. Gllmore. At auction, the hlg iphrezHA < the high prize was won by Mrs. Lon Wright, and the second prize by Mrs. Eva Dayton. Mrs. K. L. Griffith received the cut prize. Women serving on the committee were Mesdamea W. P. French, Joe Greenberg. T. P. Harrington, L. G Baker. M. J. McCall, R. P. Norton C. V. Smith and George H. Free. Light refreshments were served. Johannstn's Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., were host and hostess Friday evening to six couples at a bridge party. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dane and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart. Sorensen's Friday and Saturday SPECIALS Fancy Assorted Chocolate Cookies, 91 r per Ib. 2 Kelloggs Breakfast food, one Pep Free Fresh Dates, 2 Ib. sack Walnuts, new crop Pumpkin, 2 No. 2 cans •a»» i M v 23c 19c 2k 17c Ventoon Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. William C. D»tt entertained last Friday evening at a venison dinner. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Brun» dage, Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merrltt, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson. After dinner bridge was played. Family prizes were given and high score prize was received by Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols, and low prize by Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton. Reunion of Sisters— An unusual family reunion took place at the home of Mrs. Anna cJ. Phillips, where he six daughters are visiting. The daughters are Mrs. Cora D. Miller, Mrs. Emmagene Wildin of Algona; Mrs. Ruby Phillips Hagie of Aurora, Minnesota; Mrs. Grace Marie Sarchet, of Laramie, Wyoming; Mrs. Mary Dunn of Centralla, Washing..on. and Mrs. lone B. Bacon of Burt This is the first time that uiey have been together for years, and it took much traveling to bring Uiem together. Stephcnson Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stephenson entertained Wednesday evening at four tables of bridge in nonor of their fifth wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kd Hopkins, Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Stepnenson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Poocn, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McOin- nls, Ann Fechner, Hattie Phillips, Lydla Meyers, and Tom Frankl. High prize at bridge for men went to Cecil McGlnnls. Lydta Meyers won ladies' nigh prize, and Tom j-'rankl received the travel prize. Masonic Dinner— The local chapter of the O. E. S. will serve a 6.30 dinner to the Masons at the Masonic Temple this evening (Tuesday). After dinner there will be a lodge meeting at a.uO. The distinguished guest of cne evening will be the grand master of the Masons of Iowa, Throck Morton of Des Molnes. This is a district meeting in which ail lodges in six counties will be invited to attend. Honor Claude Samsons — Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons entertained Sunday evening at a dinner party in honor of Mrs. Parsons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson and son, Victor, who are leaving the middle of the week for California. Uueats were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Samson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willasson and , and Mrs. Georgia Helgens. Quality Home Butchered Meats Young Pork Roast r Ib Fancy Veal Roast 1Q r perlb 10ip Boiling Beef, per Ib Handmade Link Sausage, per Ib. __ Veal Stew, 2 Ibs. Fey T-Bone steak per Ib. Prime Rib Roast, rolled bonod and tied per Ib. Telephone Bridge Party— Gertrude Kuchenreuther entertained the members of the Bell Telephone bridge club at her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Verne Storm and Mrs. Harold Kuchen- reuther were guests of the club, and first prize was won by Mrs. Verne Storm and the second prize waa won by Mrs. Harold Kuchenreuth- er. L. O. A. Meeting— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. M. P. Weaver Thursday vening. Mrs. Dana Paxson. Mrs. >ennis Goeders, and Mrs. T. P. iarrington were the assisting host- sses. After the business meeting, the members tied and finished two which will go to charity. lOc 23c COMPLETE LINE OF FBE8H KBLTTS AND VEOETABLE8 AT ALL TIMES We Would Appreciate Yoor leaving Your Order (or Th&nkfcgiving Turkey, Gee*e and Ducks Phone 138 and 139 We Deliver Social Calendar Tuesday, November 11— The Pre-School group will meet Tuwday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Vic Lowe. Wednesday, November IS— The Congregational forum will meet Wednesday night at 8:30 at the church. Following a dinner there wlir be a discussion on Resolved, th* Welfare of Our Youth Is a.Community Responsibility. Thursday, November 19— The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon with MTra, Frank Shilts. Mrs. Mattie McWhorter will be assisting host*M, and Mrs. Frank Geigel will be the leader. The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Neal Smith on Thursday, November 19 at 2i30. Call Mrs. Clement, Mrs. Holt or Mrs. Ben Sorensen for transportation. Be sure and bring gifts for York, Nebraska. The First Lutheran Woman's Missionary society meets on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mra. O16 Allison, with Mesdames John BohannonJ Willis Bilsborough. Albert Olson and Ole Allison, hostesses. Friday, November SO— The Young People's Sodality of St Cecelia's Academy will sponsor a card and dancing party at the academy, Friday evening. The public Is invited. The Algona Woman's club will meet in the Library at 2:45 p. rh. Friday afternoon, with Dr. H. Brereton. of Kmmetsburg, scheduled to apeak on the subject of cancer. Rural clubs around Algona especially Invited to send members. Tea will be served. Small contribution* will b» asked for the shoe fund for needy school children. The Naomi Circle me*U Friday afternoon with Mrs. Antone Anderson as hostess. Mrs. C. Herman will be assisting hostess. Saturday, November 21— The Presbyterian church will have a public supper Saturday evening at the church. ,'anipflre Meeting- Charlotte Johnson, daughter of •tr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson, was lostess at her home to the members of her Campfire group which s under the direction of Ella Lewis. Candlelight services were held Friday evening. Wild Duck Dinner- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miedke entertained sixteen guests in the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona at a wild duck dinner Saturday night Bridge prizes went to Fred Kent, and Dr. Harold Woodward of Whit- teraore. Observe Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Grsnzow, who have been Algona residents for the past 38 years observed their fifty- fourth wedding anniversary Sunday at a family dinner and gathering. The Granzows were married November 15, 1882, in Wisconsin, and moved the same year to Cresco where they resided 13 yean. In 1898 they moved to Algona and have lived here since. Mr. Gran- zpw has taught instrumental music for nearly 40 years and served as director and instructor for the Algona Military Band nearly 35 years, rie now has charge of the srhool bands at LuVerne and Corwith. Both Mr. and Mrs. Grnnzow are 80 years old and arc in good health. Mrs. Frank Cruikshank of Burt, Mrs. Ralph Morgan, Albert Grnn- zow and Lillian, all of Algona, are their children. Normal Training" Banquet— The annual normal training banquet was held Friday evening at the high school with 54 in attendance. The, banquet was in keeping with the National Educational Week. Helen Scbultz waa toastmistress with Ruth Butts, Louise Devine, Amie Seefeld and Helen Lemke responding with toasts. Hattie Wilson is their instructor. Superintendent O. B. Laing gave an address on "Character Education." The normal training girls also sponsored a one act play entitled "Progress." Cast of characters Included Grace McNeil, Kleanor Jenkins, Ksther Seefeld, Bertha Potratz, Elvlna GelsheCKer, Richard Norton, Richard Keen. Brooks Potter and Perry Owens. AT IAST * low- priced car that's different! That's the new Chrysler Royal. A low-priced car with real A big c« ... yet anuangly space in it... 43V4 inches wide ecooomkml! Poiwed with in at the windshield ... 53 inches astonishing new engine with at the center pillars . . . 543/ 4 the highest compression for its inches at the rear pillars ... a bore the world has yet seen. whale of a big trunk ... leg Burns ordinary gas ... and room, head room, elbow room much less of it than many to spare. smaller cars. 825 *n4 mf, lal ilfttttrf, DttnH Right down in the low-firieed field ... but « Chrysler! With Chrysler's s fine engineering. Chrysler beauty, Chrysler quality, Chrysler reliability and long life. The pew Chrysler Royal tops 'em all. See it and drive it now. 1937 CHRYSLERS AND PLYMOUTH ON DISPLAY AT MAXWELL MOTORS B. L. Maxwell Phone rtVA/WAr,AV^^^ i When We Announce A USED CAR SALE It's A Real Event! In Algona, buyers kn<>\v that w<; sUi So when we Hiiiioiiiin- a used car sale vni iiiatiy opportunities to -ave money on fin CHECK OVER THESE CARS mc-k of every .statement we make. nit know it is a real sal(- with reei,n<litiun<;d earn. 1933 t'ilcv. Master Bluck. N u Uci \-» ( uurii K ul. i, \ 1U34 C'hev. Alaot.-r ( oat li Extra (iooil. 185* Cfaev. S'i.'iilirtl Coup.- Radio a"il hi-uter SJI70 IU32 CUev. 4 dour S2U5 36 Cur* to Choose Jroiii. li»33 Chfv. Standard l-Uoor Sid in lll.Kk. I 1' all '.•},<)'»> nlllrn Kuilt in trunk, doua id r, I'J.'.'J Ko^ulbUr !lf.:y < licv. Coach I'.l'.'.l i'ontiuc roiich <Ji,-i. Tru<k C'lii-i. 'If tick tiid otlit rn fuming ill tovcrit tin- down luy $75 $110 $110 dint SanMMMW Entertain— Mrs. Clinton Samson entertained at nine tables of bridge Friday evening. High score men's prize was received by Vic Parsons, and high jcore prize for women went to Mrs.' George Johnsoi. of Irvington. Deiutert Club— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained the members of the Dessert club at her home Friday afternoon. Prizes were received by Mrs. Louis Lynk, high, MM. Gene Wray, low, and Mra. Fred Geigel, travel. C. S. D. W. Club Meeting— The C. S. D. W. club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. D. D. Monlux. The afternoon was spent at knitting. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Louis McWhorter. Bridge Club Meet*— Bernice Dearths entertained the eight members of her bridge club iit her home last week Monday eve ning. The members passed the evening at their own sewing. Methodist Church Supper— The last five divisions of the Methodist Aid served a Swiss bleak supper at the church, Saturday ni^ht. There were over three hun- tired guests present. l>inuer Party— Mrs. D. H. Carson of Britt entertained forty guests Monday eve ning in the dining room of iiote AIgon;i at a dinner bridge party. Former Algonian Wrd— Darrell M. Hill, son of Mr. and Mra. M. M. Hill of Fort Dodge formerly of this city, waa united in marriage to Bernlce Harris daughter of Mr. and Mra. John R Harris, alao of Fort Dodge, Friday evening in the Firat Methodls church at Fort Dodge. Rev. W. H Wech performed the ceremony li the presence of friends and rel atives. Aigona guesta attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Coon, Mrs Anna Button, and Bernice Button Darrell U a nephew of W. A. Lorenz, Mra. John Coon and Mra. Button. After a wedding trip to Chicago, they will be at home in Fort Dodge, where Darrell is employed by the Rusch Landscape Co. Chrysler- Plymouth Sales and Service MAXWELL MOTORS R. L. Maxwell if B ^ Juuuvuwl j 1 ^^ Foreign MiiMtiorutry Meeting— The Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. A. Foster. There were 67 members present. The business was conducted by Mrs. Minnie Long, president. Mrs. 11- M. Olson gave an interesting lesson. gj Hospital News Legion & Auxiliary County Meet, Thur. There will b>- ;i joint frteetin^ of ! *M; K<^ i u!h (.louniy American Lt- ;,iun :m<l Auxiliary crKunl&uiuri tu be held at Wesley, Thursday evu- liiiij;, Nov. lath at ti;;ht o'clock, I. H. Hoppe, county aajuUiiit, reports. A very elaborate program had been arranged. The principal apeakera for the evening are; Mra. Martha Wi&altr, district couiwit- teewomun and Frank Cha.niplum, third district adjutant. All members are urged to be there. Koafcuth Hospital New* November 9 — Mrs. Jacob Liebt of Ottcsen entered with a ruptured appendix. November 11 — William. Handley of Lone Rock entered us a medical patient. November 11 — Mrs. Harry Bartlett of Titonka gave birth to a baby boy. November 11— Arlene Htuder of Wesley, medical patient. November 12— Mrs. Albert Looft of Bancroft gave birth to u baby boy. November 12 — Adam Eitler ol Weal Lk.'ierJ entered for tare ol unn taken olf in corn picuer. November 12— Mrs. Ralph With- ani of (iuiuer gave birth to u baby girl. The baby haa been named Oi-raldiin: Hutii. November 15-— Jim Phillips enler- od iur mr'iieai care. Was hit in the (•riiurul Hospital New* NuvenJiber lj Sunday, ilra. Mur- Un Swuiioou of Algona gave birth ti. a baby boy. .Sunday, November 15 — Mru. Kob- trl Murray of LuVeruc gave birth tu a baby girl. Sunday, November 15 — Robert Oh,on entered to have u fractured arm btt. Just As Good, Won't Do! Many men have been influenced to buy coats at the same or even higher prices by the words "it's as good as' or "better than" a Mt. Rock, to learn that only Mt. Rock has successfully withstood over a decade of wearing tests by men all over America. When buying, ask for Mt. Rock-—feel the fabric, observe its beauty, note its styling, then know that it's the only coat that has clearly demonstrated that a soft, fleecy luxurious fabric can have the ability to resist the hardest wear. Read The W«at Ada—It Pays. The HUB Clothiers Leuthold—Williams— Reynolds

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