The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pes jifoiiieg, .Ajgem, towa> Pec. 55,1936 Class— Sfom* Builders class of the 1st church met in the basement Friday, Decem- 18,« * 8:80 dinner, and ChHst- ' —- CbrtsfanM carols were « courses. A musical followed the business . 8. Hueaer and Jean Bob,. ft violin solo by Jean Bottom, piano solos by Mary Ellen «a. Mrs. H. M. Olson save readings. The Bottom girls daughters of the Methodist Jster in Wesley. Those serving t the committee were Messrs, and tfames Paul Danson, chairmen, flette Agard, Antone Johnson. toward Platt, W. O. Roberts, WHe Webster, H. M. Olson and Spongberg. Clnb- ' "Twelve memljers of the Thimble ff.«ttb tnet Monday afternoon of last Party at Emmetsburg— Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg entertained at her home on Wednesday afternoon at a one o'clock luncheon in honor.of Mrs. Ferdinand Erlckson of Minneapolis. Guests at the party were Mrs. Oscar Erlckson, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Mrs. W A. Barry, Mrs. Jos. Kelly, and Mrs, Lloyd Wellendorf. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon with Mrs. W. A. Barry receiving the high score prize, Mrs. Russell Cook low prize, Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf cut prize, and Mrs. Ferdinand Er- lckson a guest prize. Idle Hour Club— The members of the Idle Hour bridge club met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Peterson at a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon. Xmas gifts were exchanged. A guest prize WHS given to Mrs. S. B. French, who will soon leave for at the home of Mrs. G. A Message to You at Christmas Time In true appreciation of the patronage that you have extended to us in the past year let us express our wishes to you for a very MERRY CHRISTMAS. Algona Produce TOYTOWN Headquarters for Toys We still have a big selection of gifts io choose from. Get your Candy for Christmas. Ours is always fresh and wholesome. Any kind of candy you wish at 7c to 45calb. Boxed Candies _ _20c to 89c Special Christmas Hard Candy 7c lb., 4 Ibs. 25c WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS 'BEN FRAN KLIN W. V. Butler, Owner CALL IOWA Big Events Both Theatres, Take Your Choice Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. 22-23 16c Bargain Matinee Daily 2:30 16c 26c Night Prices All Seats 26c Claire Trevor in "15 Maiden Lane" Also Hall Johnson Choir New* of the Day "Making Friends" 2 Swell Shows « HE.VRV \VILCOX8E.V BETTY FURVE8S in "President's Mystery" Second Feature KOSCOE KAKN3 in "3 Married Men" Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 24-25-26 Xmas, Saturday Continuous from 1 o'clock Thurs. Mat. 2:30 Thursday matinee 2:30 The laugh show of 1936 Jack Benny Geo. Burns Gracie Allen Mary Boland Martha Raye in "College Holiday" •hewing iii the state. It's to you. Short Subject* all in col- Two Uttie Pup." "Beneath the Sea" New* Serial—Ktdn Klub New Year Attraction, Thursday & Friday Shirley Temple in "STOWAWAY" NEW YKABS'S EVE PARTY TUUtt8. Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McRea in "BANJO ON MY KNEE" ftuu »ta#e attraction (In the Fltwb) Knthryn Delm Weds— Kathryn Delm, daughter of Mrs. Eva Deim, and WoodroW Johnson of Irvlngton, son of Mr. and Mrs. j Lewis Johnson were united in' marriage Friday morning, December 18, at St, Cecelia's church, with Father Davern officiating in the single ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Alice Payne of Algona, and the best man was John Deim, brother of the bride. The bride wore a ' three piece brown suit with accessories of brown and a corsage of tea roses. The bridesmaid wore a rust colored dress with black accessories, and a corsage of tea roses. Mrs. Johnson graduated from the St. Cecelia Academy in 1933, and for the past two years has been employed in the Metropolitan Life Insurance offices. Woodrow attended the schools, and Is now farming near Irvington. There was a wedding breakfast nt the home of the bridp's mother, Mrs. Eva Deim, after which the couple drove to Des Moines for a few days. They will be at home southeast of Irvington. Their many friends wish them happiness. Elmer Olson Weds— Elmer B. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olson of Algona and Delia Mae Woodbeck of Fenton were married Saturday at high noon at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Gord of Cylinder SWEA CITY XMAS PROGRAM PLANS Swea City: Frank Sayers went to Colfajt, Indiana, Thursday eve- 'nlng to visit his sister, Mrs. Rhoda Thompson, who is seriously ill. Mr. Sayers has not seen his sister for 17 years. He plans to visit other sisters and brothers, all living near Colfax, before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hewitt were Des Moines visitors last Friday. Clare West, patrolman from Algona, visited at the T. F. Mitchell home Sunday. Miss Olive Swanson of Humboldt visited Sunday at the Frank Thomson home. Mrs. Afollie Haglund Is visiting her niece, Mrs. Earl Momyer and husband at Des Moines. Mrs. Frank Sayers visited Sunday at the home of her son, Law- renco Saxton and family near Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Valvick, E. C. Peterson and Miss Lucille Peterson \vere visitors in Fort Dodge, Monday of last week. A ."on was born Friday, Dec. 18. tn Mr. nnd Mrs. Sclmar Uhr at an Algona hospital. The Uhrs have one other child, a son. performed the ceremony and Carl Mr . nnd Mrs . Keith Albertson Olsom brother of the bridegroom,, went to Owatonna, Minn., last and F orence Woodbeck, sister of Thursday to attend the funeral of the bride, attended them. A wed- Mrs . Albertson's father, Frank ding dinner was served to imme- Kbeling diate relatives following the wed- ,, ~ „ , ^. ding. The young couple will make ] . ™ ran . ° s . car . Hoa S *" d . B . on : T>on their home In Algona with the ! ^ o ^ Thornton^isUe^las^week bridegroom's parents at present Royal Neighbor Mrs. Horace Van Alstyne entertained the members of the Royal Neighbor lodge at her home Tuesday afternoon. There was an election of officers. Mrs. William Geerlng was elected president; Mrs. Andrew Oodfredson, vice president: Mrs. Hugh Post, secretary, and Mrs. Louis Lynk. treasurer. A covered dish luncheon was served and there was an exchange of Christmas gifts. Home Missionary Society— The members of the Home Missionary society of the Methodist church met at the home of George Johnson Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. J. Malueg. vice president, presided In the absence of the president. Mrs. Frank Seeley, who has gone south for the winter. Following the business meeting there was a Christmas program and a candlelight service. Pot-Luck Supper— Esther Helberg entertained at her home Sunday evening at a 6:30 pot-luck supper. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ringgenberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. ciai evening was enjoyed. A- BO- Joe Hansen. Miss Bernice Pearson came Sunday from Sioux City, where she is employed to spend her Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olof Pearson Robert Haglund, who is employed at the CCC camp at Indianola came Saturday to spend the week end with his sister, Miss Lulu Haglund, and his brothers, Lester and John. Mrs. Dorothy Doak and son, Russel Doak, of Iowa City, came Saturday to spend a week or ten c'nys at the home of Dr. and Mrs R. M. Minkel. Mrs. Doak is Mrs. Minkel's mother. The Thursday club is having Christmas party Wednesday afternoon of this week. The party will commence with a luncheon at one o'clock, followed by a special entertainment and exchange of gifts. Burton Thomson, a junior in veterinary medicine at Iowa State College at Ames,^,came.,Sunday morning to spend "'•"•""' -*-' !TE ^ rT vacation at the ents,,Mr.MUld f- ,^ Thom- Coming "Gold Diggers of 1937" Sat.-Sun. Mon. Blrthday Club— The Birthday club members met at the Pine Room of Hotel Algona for a one o'clock luncheon, Friday afternoon. After the luncheon they adjourned to the home of Mrs. Raymond Norton for bridge. First prize was won by Mrs. Milton Norton. Christmas gifts were exchanged. Dessert Club- Mrs. Marlon Burbank entertained the members of her Dessert club Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. Mrs. William Gcering re- reived high score prize, Mrs. Jim Watts, the second high prize, and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey the consolation prize. .Meeting at Enimet»bur|E— Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, and Dr. and Mrs. \V. D. Andrews attendee! a ciinfc group meeting at the Kermoore Hotel at Ernmets- burg, Monday evening. A 6:30 dinner was followed by a short program and a Christmas party. Bridge Club—Mrs. Gene Wray entertained her Dessert-Bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Geigel received the first prize, Mrs. Fred Parks the travel prize, and Mrs. Leon Merritt the low score prize. .The bridge club of eight married couples met last Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hewitt A 6:30 pot-luck dinner was served. High scores at bridge were won by Mrs. R. A. Bravender and Walter Bovls. Thirty-five young people were present at the annual Christmas party of the Epworth League at the Methodist church parlor last Wednesday. Following an evening of active games, a pot-luck lunch was served. Forest RanlfanI manager of the Forest City produce station, was taken to an Eathervllle hospital last Thursday evening, where he submitted to an operation for a ruptured appendix. His condition Sunday evening was reported to be improving. At the business meeting of the Past Matrons' club preceding their Christmas party last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. R. A. Bravender, the following officers were electrd: Mrs. Chiis. Rohlin, president: Mrs. Gco. K. Nelson, vice president; Mrs. Arthur Christ- enscn, secretary arid treasurer. Orville Thoreson was at Forest City last Thursday and Friday, whore he had charge of the vegetable show at the ninth annual convention of the Peat Land Vegetable Growers. Friday morning Orville gave a ten-minute talk on selecting and preparing vegetables for shows and fall and winter plowing. Miss Dencil Stockman, a student at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, came Sunday morning to spend the Christmas vaca- - - . tlon at the home of her mother, Beta Sigma Phi Meeting— I Mrs. Rachel Stockman. Dencil re- The members of the Beta Sig-' P° rU that her brother. Ralph, who ma Phi sorority will meet Tuea- '• employed at Minneapolis, is con- day evening for a chicken dinner " ped m a hospital there, where he at Cook's lunchroom. A business meeting will follow. 2 Wedding Banns At St. Benedict St. Benedict: Banns of matrimony were published Sunday for the first time at the church here for Emma Rahm and Frank Youngwirth, and Irene Cink. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink and Arthur Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein of Wesley. Misa iiahrn is the daughter of Mrs. John Bitrl and Mr. Youngwirth is the son of John Youngwirth, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ricke are the parents of a baby girl born Friday. Miss Marie Recker of Aita Vista is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Recker. Leo Imrnerfall of Algona spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Immerfaii. A Christinas program was given Sunday evening at the school hail by the school children. A good size crowd attended. J. M. Witte returned recently from the Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had been a patient for the past month. He is great- 1> improved. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter, son Jackie and Loraioe Arndorft-r, all of Algona were Sunday guests of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorftr. Mrs. P. F. Immerfaii returned on Saturday from the Kuasutb hospital, where she had submitted to u mastoid operation /some 10 days ago. She is Improving. Raymond Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Beach, came home on Friday to spend the holiday* with his parents. Raymond ia attending Creightoa College at Omaha. He accompanied a fiyggnifttif to Storm Lake and was met there by hia brother, Michael, who took him home. underwent an operation last week for appendicitis. TITONKA NEWS Bahmon Elected Head of Fenton Community Club Penton: The Fenton Community club met In t|ie Legion rooms last week Tuesday night for its annual election of officers and an oyster stew. B. K. Bahnson was elected president; Watt Ohm, vice president; Ernest Ruske, secretary and treasurer. Outgoing officers were J. A. Mueller, president; E. C. Fauerby, vice president; Wilfred Stoeber, secretary-treasurer. Members signing up for 1937 are Wlfred Stoeber, W. E. Stoeber, Henry Berghofer, J. A. Mueller, .tlm Smith, 1%-ed Newel, John Newel, Frank Elgler, Raymond Stoeber. Clarence Theesfleld, Wels- brod Implement Co., Elner Fauerby, C. H. Geronsin, Walt Ohm, Car Gillingham, Ernest Ruske, Alvin Ziimach, S. E. Straley, B. K. Bahnson, George Goetsch, Howard Reeder, Gerald Volgt, Fenton Reporter, Critz Elevator Company and Central States Electric Co. OTTOSEN YOUNG PEOPLE HOME Ottosen: Those who came home from school to spend the holidays with their respective parents were: Donald Wehrspan, who attends Valparaiso University at Valparaiso, Indiana; Lee Holt, who attends A. I. B. at Des Moines; Millard Storesund, who attends Iowa University at Iowa City and Lorraine Bergum who attends Waldorf College at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stinnett and Mrs. Knuttfon were fort Dodge callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and daughter were Fort Dodge shoppers Wednesday. Herman Thorsen, who has been attending the CCCC at Des Moines came home to stay. Mrs. Will Wehrspan and sons visited Mr. Wehrspan at the Lutheran hospital Sunday. Miss Verna Holt spent Monday and Tuesday at the Bernard Jacobs home in West Bend. The Community Sunday School children's program will be given Wednesday evening. Everybody is Invited. Miss Blanche Henrikson, who teaches at Lone Rock, came home Friday to speni. Christmas vacation with her parents. The Ottosen Lutheran Sunday School children's program, "Xmas Everywhere," will be given Thursday evening at 7:30. Everybody welcome. The O. P. C. members and their husbands enjoyed a. Christmas party at the school house Monday evening. A good tlmo was had byj all and delicious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson entertained a number of friends to a card party Monday evening. The evening was spent in playing five hundred. At a late hour a delicious lunch was served. Happiness Ahead 'Just to wish you a Christmas of real joy and a very successful New Year! F a»"«gHi 'I Sportsman's Cavern G. A. Wittkopf Ottosen Wins Three The Ottosen high school basketball teams played Bode there on Tuesday evening. The girls won their seventh victory by winning fiom the Bode girls by the score of 25 to 21. The boys won from the Bode boys by the score of 39 to 7. The Ottosen junior high girls played Bradgate there Friday afternoon. They won by the score of 13 to 18. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kr<fius and daughters were Algrni shoppers Hut ur Jay. Amos Crellin of Perry visited at the Peter Holt home, Thursday Una Friday. Mrs. H. Knuteson and Mrs. Bremsen were Fort Dodge shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt and daughter were Fort Dodge shoppers Thursday. Sunday & Monday, Dec. 27-28 Continuous Show from 1 o'clock Sunday. 2:30 matinee Monday. The sequel to "The Thin Man" Tops—new mVRflR LDV "ffFTEHTHE j A ME s STEWART L'A N DJ 10SEPH 'J CALLEIA/V JESSIE \+ RALPH Special Shorts "All American Draw-back" Dog Races ("Racing Canine*") Call Pathe New* Elva EvVoldt, who Is employed at the Algona Ice Cream & Candy factory, received a mention In the December Issue of the ice trade magazine on a talk she had' given at the Ice convention in Council Bluffs this fall. Christmas Dinner Young Turkey Tom With all the trimmings Plan to have your dinner here at this new States Cafe ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hodeck of Garner, a sister of the Bleich brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bonacker entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Afr.s. Andrew Uavidson of Ringstcd. Mr. and Mrs. George Honaoker entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larsen and .son, Roger of Homer. Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Larsen are Bis- j tera of Mrs. Carrie Bonacker. Mrs. Alary Oe.sterreicher, teacher of the Hillside school north and west of town, John Cordon, president of the school board, gave a Christmas program and tree Friday evening. The program was »o arranged to include all the pupils, 13 in number. Lunch was served after the exerciser to 48. A charge was made. On Wednesday evening, Dec. 16. the Band Mothers club were the guests at band practice at the school gymnasium. After practice it had been pre-arranged, cars were ready to take the members of the band and the Band Mothers club to Thompson to a band concert in response to an invitation from the director of the band, H. F. Barton. This was a surprise for the members of the Buffalo consolidated band. About 40 went over. Five numbers were given by the band, three numbers by the girls' glee- club under the directions of Miss Helen Rogers, then four more numbers by the band after which Christmas carols were sung by the combined choruses and band. In closing Silent Night was oung by Mum Rogers as a soprano solo. This concert was dedicated to the band mothers and to lovers of good music. All attending from Titonka enjoyed this concert very much. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Injured again&t loss or damage. Equipped to do All kinds of draying and haiUln*. 32-tf May Your Christmas Be Merry and the New Year Happy and Prosperous ELK Cleaners Tailors Laundries Phone 330 Our 36th Year In Alfona No Use Trying To Be Clever About It — WE WISH YOU A REAL, HEARTY AND JOYFUL MERRY XMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR Your patronage of the past 12 months has been thoroughly appreciated. We Thank You MORRISON'S BEAUTY SHOP :*s». BASKET BALL Saturday, Jan. 2 ALGONA — vs - • LU VERNE 2 GAMES 2 Beginning at 7 : 30 Admission 20c and 25c REDUCED LONG DISTANCE RATES CHRISTMAS DAY All Day Christmas there will be reduced rates on long distance telephone -fBHBT /These lower rates will be the same as those already in effect every night from 7 p. m. to 4:30 a. m. and all daySundays. All Day Christmas you can talk— 100 Airline Miles for 35c —A Reduction of 25c 200 Airline Mile* for 60c -A Reduction of «c 300 Airline Mil,-, f or 75 C _ A B^ctton of Me 500 Airline Mile, for $ 1.10 -A Redaction of Mo (These rates are for three minutes when you ask to talk with anyone available at the telephone called. Person-to-person rates also are reduced). With night rate* in effect all day ChrbtnuM, yon may prefer to make yoor catb on Chrtatmu DaTand avoid the potability of delay on ChrUfana. EvfT when M many people we railing. This reduced ChrUtmM rate i» an experiment UiU year with the hope of prorldbrr service with fewer delays to our curtoinera. » NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Tune In Bell Sy.tem «8aluU> to Service" Columbia Network ChrUtma. Eve, 0 to Grocery Specials FOR THE CHRISTMAS DINNER Home Made Mince Meat 2 lb». 35c Crackers 2 lb*. l£>c Preserves 4 lb. jar 39c Laundry Soap J ban 19c Fresh Holly, Lingonbemes, Cranberries, Bad* ishcs, Loaf Lettuce, Head Lettuce, Celery, Sprouts, Carrots, Cabbage, Sweet' Potatoes, * resli Apples and Grapes, Nice assortment of Christmas Candy, Nuts and Mixed Nuts and all sizes of Xmaa Trees. Lutefisk _, perlb. lOc Fancy Dressed Turkeys -^ lb. 25e OBESE, DUCKS AND CHIOKEMB Fancy Christmas Wrapped Kama, half whola Fancy Christmas Wraped Premium Bacon Select Oysters Young Pork Roast per lb, %Af Baby Beef Rout 15candl7« Sorensen Grocer? Co* We Deliver — *

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