The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1936
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The Algona Upper fie* Moines, Algona, Iowa, Odd. 15, North TfT« j East Presbyterian Aid Host to 75 Lakota Women at Christmas ChurchJ^rty OTHER CHURCHES GUESTS AT LAST THURSDAYPARTY Mrs. W. E. Ghitknecht Announced a Very Pleasing Program Lakota: The Presbyterian Aid society very pleasantly entertained the women of the other churches of the town at a Christmas party at the church parlbrs Thursday afternoon and about 75 women attended. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht announced the following program: singing of Christmas songs; Mrs. George Heetland, president of the Aid, welcomed the visitors and Mrs. Walter Hans responded for the Lutheran Aid and Mrs. J. H. Warburton for the Methodiet Aid. Mrs. O. H. Frerking had charge of devotions and gave a talk on Christmas, and Individual and national customs. Mrs. Coonle Roelfsema played a piano solo; the audience sang Silent Night; a reading on The Modern Girl and Where Lies the Responsibility, Margaret Schroeder; Mrs. Delia Smith, as a radio announcer presented Joan Crawford and Clark Gabcl from Hollywood, impersonated by Mrs. George Heetland and Mrs. Coonie Roelfsema, who each gave a short talk; a trio, Mesdames W. E. Ley, William Turley and Archie Fedge sang two songs, with Miss Templeton as accompanist The tables were beautifully decorated with red and green runners, red candles, poinsettas, etc. A lighted Christmas trees and other candles were used as decorations at the front of the room. Lunch was served to all and the meeting proved a happy event for those present 0 Lb. Daughter A 9 Ib. daughter was born to ( Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese, of the Lutheran church at their home on Wednesday night There are now four girls and three boys in the family. Mrs. Lou Nltz Is nurse and Vera Sachs Is doing the housework. New Track Ordinance The city council passed an ordinance last week making It unlawful to park trucks on the main street of Lakota, with a fine attached to those violating the ordinance of from one to ten dollars, Alton Anderson was referee at a basketball game at Titonka Friday evening with Titonka and Ledyard playing. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton took their guest, Mrs. John Young of Prentlss, Wis., to Algona Friday afternoon and she left there for Lake City. The streets of Lakota have on their holiday decoration and old and young enjoy the multi-colored lights, evergreen trimmings, etc. The snow also helps the world in its Christmas decorations. Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained the Methodist Aid Wednesday afternoon. The final business for the year was taken care of and all bills paid. The next meeting Jan. 6th, will be in charge of a committee. The school faculty surprised Supt. Earl Grabau and family with a Christmas party Monday evening. The teachers exchanged gifts and brought a gift for each member of the Grabau family. It proved a very happy event for all. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton drove to Blue Earth, Minn., to meet the 6:20 bus from Minneapolis as a friend, Mrs. John Young from Prentlss, Wisconsin, came for a short visit here. She is on her way to Lake City to visit her mother and brothers. The Youngs moved to Wisconsin three years ago from the Swea City vicinity. William E. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, west of town, and Helen Meyer, daughter of Henry Meyer of Belmond, who formerly lived near Titonka, were married at the Lutheran parsonage Thursday evening with the Rev. Boese officiating. They were attended by Elenore Sanders and Fred Munyer. Their future plans have not been made public. TITONKA REBEKAH LODGE PICKS NEW OFFICERS OF'37 Ollie Bruns Named As Noble Grand; Plan Xmas Program Titonka: At the regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge held Monday evening the following officers were elected: noble grand, Ollie Bruns; vice grand, Elsie Hansen; secretary, Camilla Cooper; treasurer, Nellie Miller. The lodge voted to have a Christmas program and tree at the next meeting, Dec. 21. A committee was appointed to purchase a gift for our adoption at the Home at Ma- sun City and plan other gifts to be sent there. On this committee Mayme Peterson, Mary Young and Mabel Hansen were named. On the Christmas committee were Ol- lle Bruns, Camilla Cooper, Edith Fisher and Elsie Hansen. The delegate to the Rebekah assembly at Burling the third week of October gave a very interesting and instructive report A pot luck lunch was served at the close of lodge. Installation of officers will take place the first meeting in January. MR. AND MRS. MEYERS WED AT { LED YARD-WILL LIVE IN LAKOTA Lakotans Attend Estherville Rally Lakota: Mrs. O. H. Frerking and 10 of the Christian Endeavor young people drove to Estherville last xveek Tuesday evening to attend a rally in honor of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Christian Endeavor society. The meeting was held in the Christian church with a large crowd present. Said meeting was for the north half of the state. A large birthday cake with 50 lighted candles and the Christian Endeavor emblem thereon was placed In front of the pulpit and just back of this was a beautiful illuminated picture of Christ. Fern Lewis is local president of the society. Hebron Twp News 5 Lakota Juniors Win in Declam Lakota: Two carloads from here drove to LuVerne Wednesday evening taking with them n>» junior* who took part In the declamatory contest at that place. Shirley Hanson won first place In dramatic class, Bobby Beemer won first place in humorous and Bobby Powers, second place In oratorical. Betty Edwards and Elvene Rippentrop also placed. Clara Chtpman, who coached the clau, accompanied them to LuVerne as did Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer and Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Hansen. Mrs. Pendergast Titonka Hostess Tttonka: The Thursday bridge club met with Mrs. C. V. Pencler- gast. Mrs. Carl F. Cullies and Mrs. K. L. Krantz made high scores and Mrs. Homer Downs the low score Mrs. Martin Blelch received the travel prize for game. Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs. Car! F. Callies, Mrs. Martin Blelch, Mrs. J. F. Fisher substituted for Mrs. H. A. French, Mrs. C. A. Hoon. a vacancy and the hostess. Mrs. Lottie Kopplln was a guest. Hurry - Hurry • Hurry In SO years of merchandising I never saw people buying like they are for this Christmas. They are going through our stock like a hungry rat through a green cheese. If this trade keeps up there will be nothing left to invoice Jan. 1st, excfpt cash. In buying for this winter's business I feel we have had more luck than sense. It seems evrything in the store is u bargain. 1800 pairs of children's bed room slippers at S5c 1200 pairs of ladies' bed room slippers at . S5c 300 pairs of ladies dress slippers, reg. $3.00 values aUSl.19 Men's 16-inch lace boots i.ll leather, at S2.S5 Fancy all wool mufflers at 15c Boy's heavy blazers, full slide fasteners at $1.69 Boys' sweaters, rainproof and windproof at fl.u; Men's dress mittens, elastic wrist "a bargain" at . 49c Men's fancy hose, i real buy, all sizes at lOc Men's part wool sox, lots of wear and comfort at .15e 100 dozen neckties S5e-50c, and 75o ties all go at 25c Men's union suits 69c, 85c and 95o Suspenders, garters, handkerchiefs all ut bargain prices A full new line up of men's and boys' oxfords all the new fhapL-a at jl.86', $2.23, $12.13, $2.98 oJld $3.83 These are values you will not see again for a long time. We are surely selling a lot of men's oxfords. We have sold over 100 men's corduroy sheep-lined coaU this season and will close out the balance now at $4.75. They are real coats. A few men's dress overcoats and a few suits left but you will have to hurry for things are really moving this year. Jimmie Neville ALUONA, IOWA Arlln Hauskin was under the weather a few days last week. Oscar Frandle and J. T. Haugen autoed to Forest City last Tuesday on a business trip. Carl Matson and Bernlce Halverson spent Sunday night at the Selmer Matheson home. Carlyle Matson and Morris Mat- Ron visited with Carl Badje last Friday night after school. Quite a number from this locality were at Blue Earth last Wednesday and saw Santa Claus. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Thelma visited Carl Badje at the Buffalo Center hospital last Monday night. Mrs. Selmer Matheson spent Wednesday at the Otis Mldthune home and also saw the new twins. Rena Johnson returned to her home near Titonka last Wednesday after spending a week with her sister. Carl Badje returned home from the Buffalo Center hospital last Wednesday and he is getting along nicely. A miscellaneous shower was held for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson last Friday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Gust Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson. Carl Hauskin will hold a public sale at his farm next Thursday, Dec. 17. What he plans to do for the future, has not been learned as yet Mrs. Enoch Hanson, Mrs. Clarence Boettcher, Mrs. Sam Boettcher, Mrs. Henry Boettcher and Arlet Halverson were Mason City shoppers last Tuesday. And Friends Gather To Charivari The Newly Wedded Couple Ledyard: A large group of people gathered at the Frank Nitz home Thursday night to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyers. The couple were married that day at the Lutheran parsonage. The groom is a brother of Mrs. Frank Nitz and the bride is Helen Meyers of Belmond. They were attended by Fred Munyer and Eleanor Sanders. At present they are at the Nitz home, but plan to make their home in Lakota later. Son for Orannen A 7H Ib. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner Satufeay morning. Mr. Granner Is the mathematics teacher, also the girls' basketball coach In the local high school Mrs. Granner was Genevieve Kitley of Hardy and also taught In the local school. This is their first child. At M. E. Brotherhood Buffalo Center M. E. people were hosts to the Men's Brotherhood and also their wives on Tuesday evening. Supper was served to 150 people and a fine program followed. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. Bazaar Nets $90 The annual bazaar was held In the Methodist church basement on Wednesday night. Around $90 were cleared. William Barnes was at Elm ore Saturday. L. C. Strand was In Des Molnes Tuesday on business. Herbert Zietske has been ill the past week with the flu. The Hobert Dorseys moved to Greenfield Tuesday where they went on a farm. j The Edward Hagges of Buffalo Center visited at the John Frandle home Thursday. Marjorie Matzener is an added clerk at Boudrye & Carpenter's hardware to help Christmas shoppers. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reece and Blanche Jenks were at Fairmont Thursday. The Joe Maynes were •Jco than that day. Mrs. L, A. NIU was at Lakota the past week helping care for Mrs. Boese and a new daughter who arrived there Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Jack McDonald and Mary El- len attended the rural mall carriers' meeting at the Fred Genrlch home, Lone Rock, on Tuesday evening. Wm. Poppe, his mother, Mrs, Mary Poppe, Otto Engelbarts and his father, Martin Engelbarts, left Saturday morning for Montrose, 111., to visit Mrs. Kroeger, a sister of Mrs. Mary Poppe and Martin Engelbarts, who is very ill. Mrs. H. D. Mayne, Wallace; the Chas. Basharas, the Richard nnd Alfred Zlelskeg, George Hagge, and Alyce, Mrs. Arthur Zlelske and daughters. August Busch and Leola and the Wm. Garrys were at Algona Tuesday to see Stanta Claus and his reindeer. Mission Society Met Last Week Lakota: The Presbyterian Missionary society met with Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Maude Hamilton as assisting hdstess and a large crowd was present Mrs. Jerry Ukena was in charge of devotions and Mrs. Barger in charge of Woman and Mission. Mrs. John Smith read a story, "The Christmas Gift", the story of Enos and his gold piece on the natal night Mrs. Barger read a short sketch of the conference on Cause and Cure of War, held in Belgium. All enjoyed group singing. Mrs. W. E. Carlson and daughter, Jane, of Swea City, Trip to Detroit Titonka: Frank Fisher and Dewey Hutchlnson left early Tuesday morning to get Chevrolet cars. Dewey Hutchlnson and Bruno Sleeker have purchased new Cher- rolets. LAKOTANSVlSfT BUFFALO CENTER M. E. GAfflERING Husbands introduce wives at Brotherhood Session, Tuesday Lakota: The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson, E. R. Worley, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moe and son, John, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson of the Methodist church, attended the Forest City group Brotherhood meeting at Buffalo Center Tuesday, evening. Once each year the women are guests of the Brotherhood. The Aid society served a delicious dinner at 7 o'clock and about 130 people were seated for the meal. Four young men played two numbers at the beginning of the meal. Herschel Thompson of Buffalo Center acted as toastmaster and asked each man to introduce nls wife 1 and tell her favorite hobby. This proved interesting, 'also somewhat embarrassing moments for some of the wives as one man said his wife's hobby was to cut new cloth into little pieces and then sew it together again. The meeting in the auditorium opened with group singing and prayer. Frank Thompson of Thompson, president of the group then held the business meeting and the following is the schedule for near future meetings, Jan- uary, Crystal Lake; February, F f r est City; March, Lake Mills; Ap- rll, Hayfleld; May, Lakota. The following program was given: piano solo, Helen Jensen; vocal solo, Dolores Donnelly; Prof. Smith of the Buffalo Center school talked on "Education for Character." Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Osland spent Sunday with the Osland sisters at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Dunmire Hostess -•• -The Woman'* Home odist church met . Mrs T A. Dnnmife Tuesday even- Ing Mrs. Georg* Bonaftkw was the leader of the lesson, "- tlon of the Prince * Will Schram gave a icle on "Peace." Re?re*h««nts were served during the social hour to eleven members. T IT It IP THEATRE • •% JEsf' TITONKA Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 16-17 2—Exceptional Features— 9 Edward Everett Horton In "Nobody's Fool" and Mary Astor In "Lady From Nowhere" Friday and Saturday, Dec. 18-19 KEN MAYNARD In a rlp-roarlng story of the wild ana wooiy west "Avenging Waters" Abo Three Stooges, colored "Bon Bon Parade" Saturday Only, Dec. 1» TITONKA riATOHERir OPENING Free Lunch and EntertatamMit ' Sunday and Monday, Dec, 20 21 Fred MacMurray and Jack Oakle in "The Texas Rangers" Matinees Both Days Monday, Dec. 21—Turkey Day Special matinee of "The Texas Rangers" l£&l&«U£l@Cl&C{g!@e^^ SOME BODY Will Be Happy ON CHRISTMAS Because You Shopped at Misbach'a That Bring HAPPINESS 5 For Years to Come — JEWELRY Every family has its heirlooms of jewelry which have been handed down through generations—gifts of bygone days which are more dearly treasured each year. Let your gift be a lasting one. If you wunt to give him a practical gift, give nomethlng to \\fiir. If you wunt it to be koinething lie'n »uxe to like, give him u nuui'k gift Mvu like the kinart »tyle» featured ut MU- buch'*—you'll Mud the vuJue» much to your liking. Glover Pajamas $2.95-$3.50 Lounging Eobes $6.85 to $12.50 Ties 75c, $1.00, $1.60 Suede Jackets $6.85 Scarfs 75c to $2.45 (Moves $1.66 to $2.45 Matched Luggage, scuff proof, washable, silk Moire lining, airplane Stripe $6.35 to $12.60 MISBACH'S The Gift For HER A beautiful blue-white (iraimt diamond with matching wedding ring. Choice of settings, plain or built-up sides. A gift she will always treasure. $15, $25, $100 and up TOILETRIES Yard leys (Toilet Waters, Soaps, Creams Ladies (lift Seta Men's Crift Set*, DuBarry Make Up Boxes Evening in Paris Perfume Oreams Powder LARK . . . She will adore this lovely GRUEN. Yellow gold filled, 15 jewels _ , S2V.7S Elgin—Hamilton—Gruen WATCHES A watoh for every purpose and a price? for every purse. HAWK . . . Very newest, IS jewel GUI-EN. Case is curved to fit the wrist. Yellow gold filled, Guildite back «f.7f SILVERWARE The gift that every woman wants whether she is planning a home or has run one for years, silver is the gift that will make every woman happy. STERLING Wm. Mid Mary Mary II Lady tyana Candle Light Louis IV Regency Holmes and Edwards Plate Silver Numerous Open Stock Patterns Only ShMffw HM All Smu of TwUr'i Wanted FM»r««t«*M Commemorate all gift e«- CMJOIU, Birthdays, Annl. versarie*, with the one gilt guaranteed to last as tong as your eentlmeat Hielf -a Sheaffer Lifetime peal S2.a» Dresser Sets and Men's Traveling Kits Dresser Sets $1.50-$35.00 Traveling Kits $2.00 up Bill Fold. $1.00 up DRUGS JEWELRY

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