The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1937 · Page 4
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~*t. * 12,' 4MRi ihgtenfttfcrti- iTl>* members of the Odd Fellows $W ReWkaha met at the hall on ^itfty evsnteg at a temt instiUl- -"Dtt (netting. Installing officers rtittont 'iitonka for the Odd Ifows; witn 'A»dfeW Peterseh m atlln* ottlcerv Th« Burt staff lied the Rebekahs, With Mrs. nricae Macauley as installing officer. Odd Fellow officers installed .Were C. C. Merman as noble grand; At. J. Jones, vice grand; Henry Brims, secretary, and William itehnert, treasurer. Rebekfth of- \ficers were Myrtle Turnbaugh, "" fioble grand; Mrs. Lucille Dellinger, vice grftiid; Mrs. Mflble Lund, lecretary, and Mrs. Pearl Moore, treasurer. The installation was ' followed by speeches and an oyster ' stew. Observes Birthday- Mrs. John (jaughlin entertained B few friends and relatives Sunday afternoon In honor of her Birthday. Guests from Titonka i Were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen and daughter, Sheila Ann, Mrs. Tom Young and daughter, Mrs. '- Marie Christensen, and Mrs. Ross Bufflngton and son. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. Alfred Meyers * Were gtiests from Fenton, and Mr. , Bhd Mrs. Bob Harvey and Mrs. ' Mary Keefe were Algona guests. A social afternoon was spent, and Yfc refreshments were served. Card Party and Dance— A card party and .dance will bi ' held at the St Benedict school hal ,' *n Tuesday evening, January 12. •Jfhe affair is being sponsored by 1 ^ j&rcle 2 of the Jlosary society head' ^d by Mrs. Oswald Lallter and Mrs. Dan Froehlich. The public Is In- Vited. Watenye Club— The members of the Watanye club met at the Blue Room In the .Hotel Algona Monday evening for 6:30 dinner. A business meeting followed the dinner. New Year's JEw Tn* men In the married folks' bnuge club entertained their wives at a New Year's eve party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg were gnests of the club. There were eleht couples present. Bridge was played. Mrs. Owen Nichols won first prize. Mrs. Gordon Ogg second prize, and Mrs. L. E. Hovey won the prize for having the score nearest 1937. Ladies' Aids Meet- The Presbyterian Aid will mce this afternoon. (Thursday) at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. Den nis Pratt, Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks Mary Lowrie, Mrs. Marion Bur bank, Mrs. J. H. Hoppe and Mrs C. B. Murtngh. 1 The Methodist Ladies' Aid wil meet at the church this afternoon (Thursday) for a 1:15 luncheon Mrs. Davenport's division wil serve. Child Study Club- Mrs. Bill Finn entertained the 1 members of her Child Study clul at her home Tuesday afternoon The members listened to a fifteci minute program from Ames, whlcl was followed by a general discussion. Light refreshments were served. Child Study Group— The 12 members of the Child Study group met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cliff Aalfs. Mrs. C. C. Shlerk was assisting hostess. Klla lewis Entertains— Ella Lewis entertained a few friends at bridge at her home on Wednesday evening. Anna Nelsorl nnd Katherlne Kain won* the high prizes. College Head Will Deliver Talks Here Blasting Powder FOR LOOS Wedges Splitting Malls Axes at Johnson's Hdwe. The Yearly Bad News Is In Mail Subscription notices have been mailed to about two-thirds of the subscribers of this news' paper, and the remainder will go out this week. To the hundreds of subscribers for prompt replies we express oar appreciation. Some time the Utter part of this month, a recheek of the list will be made, and those not paid up will be dropped unless a request to haw the paper continued is received. The Upper Des Motnes prlat- pd 8,400 papers this week. Rev. Walter Stevenson, dean nnd vice president of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Iowa, will deliver a sermon, Sunday morning and evening, nt the local Presbyterian church, and also on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week at the church In special evening services, Rev. C. Paul Carlson, pastor of the local church announces. Rev. Stevenson is one of the most widely known educators In the nation, and is ranked high in Who's Who for 19361937> Armstrong Team* Won Last Aridity Armstrong: On Friday evening, Dec. 18th, the Armstrong Jflrrls took a close game from the Bode sextet. At many time* they were trailing a few points, but the forwards, Johnson, Mixell and Miller managed to connect with the hodp for some nice Shots. At the end of the third quarter the Bode sex- tette led 25 to 22. But In the last quarter the Armstrong forwards managed to get a few more baskets than B»de and Armstrong won 36 to 33. The Armstrong lineup was Lor ralne Johnson, Donna MUler, Lavon Mixell, Sophie Twedt, Shirley Peterson, captain, Marie Irmiter and Evelyn Caboth. The second game of the evening was played by the Armstrong Independents and the Arnolds Park team. This game was also very close and the teams kept changing the lead. In the first quarter Arnold's Park led 6 to 3. then a the half they were still leading 15 to 10. After the half the home boys started creeping up closer bu at the end of the third quarter Ar nold's Park was still leading 28 to 17. In the last quarter the Arm strong team managed to flop in enough baskets to have the smal margin of 29 to 27 to win. , The Armstrong boys' and girls'' earns will meet the Ringsted .earns on Tuesday, Dec. 22 at Armstrong. The Armstrong independent team s composed of Everett frickson, Henry Irmiter. Russell Brlckson, Leo Fleming. Wlllard Irmiter and Loott. Pre-Inventory Social Calendar Friday, January 8— The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be Friday, January 8, at the Legion hall at 7:45 p. m. All members are urged to be present. The Algona Woman's-Club Will meet nt the library club room, on January 8. at 2:30 p. m. The program will be the American Home in Fiction. Ella Thompson will rt>- view one of the most outstanding books of 1936 dealing with homp problems. Tuesday, January 12— The regular meeting of the Reb- ekahs will be held in the hall Tuesday evening. January 12, at 7:30. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority wil meet with Helen Corey Tuesday evening, January 12. Mrs. Antone Johnson will enter tain the members of the D. A. R at a one o'clock luncheon at he borne, Tuesday, January 12. Mrs. G. H. Free and Mrs, Bert Palmer will assist Bern Ice Norton Is to talk on Alaska. g*^ *5h Horse & Mule Auction SATURDAY, JAN. 9, 1937 Beginning next Saturday and continuing «ach Saturday until •pring, thenTwUl be a Horw Sale. Bring In any horses you want to sell, w* will have buyers for them. Horses must be as represented J>jr owner. Our aim is to con. due™ thU «de so It will be a safe place to either buy or selU We will sell any kind of a horse, but want them represented as they are. Hitch and try horse before settling. No gyping wanted. Bring in the good ones, they are in most demand. Our Tuesday sale of cattle and hogs is very good each week. Plan to be there. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Oolwell Bros., Aucts. ,, ^^^^^^^" ziwyfffy&prm^^ FENTON NEWS tertalned Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod on New Year's day. Baste Dreyer, Mrs. ._ r. and Mrs. Ampjrt Now Playing 3 Days Edna Ferher's An Epic of The Lumber Industry TTM B E R LAN DDRAMA! -3^ Zumach, the. latter of RoUe, were New Year's day dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer. Mrs. Clyde Humphrey and her daughter, Ruth Ellen, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, in Ringsted. Melvin, Mervln and Harley Volgt, children of Mr. and' Mrs. Oscar VoRt, of Alden, Minn., spent several days last week at the Will Voigt and Frank Weisbrod homes. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Po- trau and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer at an oyster stew last Sunday evening. Among those ill with flu the past week were Mr. and Mra. E. J. Frank and daughters, Mary Ann Bonn, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Clarnce Allsup, W. V. Yager and R. C. Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wlllrett spent New Year's day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Wibben iear Bancroft. Carroll and Loraine Willrett, who spent a week with their grandparents, returned tome. Mra. Joe Cashmark and three children and Mrs. Joe Londsberg of Albia and Mrs. Stansberry of Moulton visited Friday and Saturday at the Donald Weisbrod home near Fenton and the Art Rave home at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Priebe en Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nlemeyer are the proud parents of a baby girl born Monday evening, Dec. 14th. Mrs. Gar Horswell is car- Ing for them. Sextette Sang fcaroto t The Armstrong high school girls sextette sang Christmas carols on Thursday evening, Dec. ITtlt lor the aged and sick folks. The sex- tette is composed of Bemlce Horswell. Joyce Hansen. Marguerite Flojrf, Phyllis B«ck, Ros* Elten Whitlow and Marie Irmiter. The teacher is Miss Christie Kruei. Curtis Halvwaon wbo is employed In Blue Earth, Minn., is confined to the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl Halverson with an attack of the flu. MtaB Nancy Peterson left Monday evening for National City, California, whew ahe wffl visit Mr and Mrs. Arthte FlwnJnr and sonv Arthur Le* Ow latter being her Mrs. Ora Ansell of Jerseyvllle HI., and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HovWe- ghell of Sioux City, were New Year's day guests at the Bart Mix en home. Mrs. Mlxell la the form-, «r Edna Howdeshell. Th» h»gfrway» werenearijr tm- posaable Satnnfcrjr eitui&lff •** •*" count of the blowing and drifting HMIE. Snow plows were needed on Sunday to get through on many side- roads as well aa some of the main highways. Clifton Deflates, Francis Quer- drt, VenMMk Bttrf««on, Henry an<J. Winard tonttar, Everett and 1lu»- sell Erlckaon an* Marie Dtnltwr returned Saturday from St. Paul, where they visited over New Years with Irene Irmiter. > WlHard Irmiter remained there for a few days visit with hi* sister and other relatives and friends. Former Lone Rock Girl Recent Bride Lone Rock: Dorothy Burt, daughter of Mr. nnd Mra. G. J. Burt, of Armstrong, was united in marriage to Clarence Enderson, Armstrong, at the Catholic parsonage, Monday morning. The bride graduated from the Lone Rock high school last year. She formerly lived here. WITH ?.'->.-. and Old Newt of "Banjo on My Km-c", Fanner and Joel Mcliea. Sunday-Monday, Jan. 10-11 The Greatest Sensation Since The Garden of Eden It sweeps you into Love-Land! n yKtfMM&>4 DIETRICH- BANCROFT— More than 11 persona attended the annual meeting of the Bancroft Cooperative CreameiTr h«** !*•* Saturday In Forester Hall. Ed Droessler wa» elected a director to succeed himself, - The annual report of Jo*. Vaske, secretary, show* a total of $9&333.52 wa» received for butter during the year. The annual report wa» presented !. Lindsey and son ,;,„„„.„, _..d Mrs. Hildreth I'ettit and son, Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Warren Snyder and Albert Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained at New Year's day dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed and family of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfteld and family, Hertha Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Florence Ander son. the latter of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGovern and •Jhj", Jan 12. The Luther League Wednesday, Jan. IS. .:3*Ii -. ., ,,'-*?. : >''£* o:V,? •' •^llV-ftv-v* jfcx.J'.-. '*1 m S A L E1 at CHRISTENSEN'S Here is the Sale you've been waitinfl for-New, Stulixh, able Goods at radically reduced prices for quick selling. COATS The fact is we have too many coats, that's why these unusually tevr prices. COATS Smart new style coats, both fur trimmed and tailored styles. A wonderful bargain. Values to $20.00 $1395 COATS / < These tee coats art of excellent material*—nicely tailored to smart styles, Values to $25.00 COATS You'll marvel at these beautiful coata, trimmed with large fluffy fttf collars Values to $30.00 $1995 COATS These are sturdy BWsnttfttf coats trimmed with- the finest furs and perfectly tailored. Values to $40.00 $2695 LUXURIOUS COATS EXTRA Special These are "tops" in coats. They have everything that quality and style can 'give. They are our very best. • Values to $65.00 $OQ95 DRESSES SILK DRESSES Beautiful SSk Blesses to aew styles—now materials—in the new MBT« T "'- Marretoo* values flnr SILK DRESSES This Is an outstanding valuta offer as every dress 4s a new •mart style. Values to $10.00 for SILK DRESSES This Is the blggMt «HM value we have had to offer to » tone time. Thsre are Ortmm in this group worth to flM* M* for 4 /'*+ \ \ WOOL DRESSES ' -«£ ^,,^^^«j2£<*:*';y!<ir.*i>Vi.,-: ,. ,j,.:..,-._. i^jkv .-i •:-. •-•thing What this really means You may choose from our entire stock of smart wool dresses for just Half-Price KNITTED OUTFITS •, »-.",. '. L • MABUnBtTB UBMPL. • \ Out they go at these price* . $19.75 value* now at.!3*98 $16.95 values now at 11*98 $11.75 values now at 8*98 $6.95 values now at 4.98 SHOE CLEARANCE Our shoe department contributes in a big way. As always you can expect wonderful bargains in shoes during this Clearance Sale. LOT ONE Wonderful values of discontinued lines, odd _ pairs and broken sizes. S Values up to $5, $1 QC •*\j-\-m /vr»ltr *»W now only LOT TWO Short line of suede kid or calf straps or ties in black o,r brown $4-$5 & $6 values, $2.95 now only t»»J«J LOT THREE Any of our black or brown suede straps or ties. A^alues up to $ j (JIJ $6 now only * BLANKET SALE First Lutheran Church M. A. SJortran* parter Next Sunday: Sunday School at WOO a. m. Vesper worship at 1 :30. . i Choir rehearsal this evening | Lotl Double bed size, fluffy quality Sheet Blankets 59c Lot 2 Extra size 72x81 in. double blankets In attractive block plaids 1.69 Lot3 Part wool large double bed size double blankets, excellent value 1.98 BLANKET SALE Lot 4 Tool! want more than one pair of tbeae extra size, and extra quality blankets, 2.98 LotS s ThU U an unusually fine blanket _4t'» an extra ilxe—fluffy double blanket 3J Lot 6 You may chooae from any of our Ono all wool blanket* while they last at Off Congregational Church Oeo. C. Vance, pa*tor Church School services at 10 o'clock. We have graded classes for all. Morning worship at 11 a. service of Holy Commun- Bargain Basement Clearance Standard quality, 36-iu. Outihg Flannel in either light or dark colors OF ALLAN' A Unittd ArtUU R«lc»>« home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. Ruth, daughter of the Weisbrods, returned home Sunday after a two weeks' stay with her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky in Algona. Mrs. A. J Krause entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. F. Wegener and ion will be observed. All members and friends are invited to worship with us. i Trinity Lutheran Church| V. J. Braner, pastor Next Sunday: English services at 9 a. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. German services at 10:30 The board of elders meets on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Young people'^ meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the church "Nevemumd" pure silk hose in the most popular colors 39c Ladies' and Children's Ilayon Bloomers dr panties 19c Regular $1.25 satin suitable for dresses or slips 69c Regular $100 and $1.25 wool knitted leggings, known as " Jauntees' 1 Read Each One Of These Clearance Offerings Cliauiberlaui's Lotion, regular50c_value_ Me Standard quality Wash fast English Prints 12c Printed Silks in attractive colors and patterns, values to $1.25 Balbriggan Pajamas for Ladies and Children, values to $1.25 89c Plain and Plaid 54-inch Woolen Dress Goods, values to $2.00 Formal Dresses sizes 14-16-18 in values to 10.00 *2.98 sasrsaa Silk Dress, an unusual offering $0 Oft values to $8.00 *"* Extra Added Attraction Latest March of Time "China's Dictator Kidnapped" Business Girls in "The Big City" ner guests at the Frank Bailey home. Fern Neuman who was at the Baileys for two weeks, and Frances Bailey returned home with the Neuraans. From there Miss Bailey went on to Britt to resume her teaching after a two weeks' vacation. Fenton: The St. John's Walther League held a Christmas party last week Monday evening in the church basement. The lotting side in a contest entertained the winners. The entertainment was in charge of Arthur Ruhnke and Raymond Dreyer and Ella Dreyer. Various Chriatmaa games were pluyed. At the close of the evening Christmas gifts were exchanged by everyone. FOR SALE Kossuth Co. Farm Possession March 1 320 acres; excellent bulldioga aod eoil; is well-improved and only a milo from market, church, and school. Good producer for 20 years, 1937 conservation program will pay about $520; over 8,000 bu. grain raised in 1932. You must see this buy of the year; ;iVi"c ou unpaid balance. No agent, owner. Write BOX »1S. BANCROFT, IOWA Silk Dresses, desirable styles, excell- $J QC cnt materials, values to $12.00 *""** Wool Dress, values to $15.00 • "Priseilla" Ruffled Curtains made from attractive materials Beautiful Bed Spreads in 84xa05-ineh size, in all colors, reg. $2.50 value •2.98-»3.98 Colorful Pottery in many shapes and colors, values to $1.00 Coats, smart styles in fur trim or tailored All sijk Dress Velvet, colors, wine, green, brown, regular $1.69 value Sk 98c Regular 12 napkins size pkg. of genuine Kotex 3 for 49c Buy Now and Save Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONAtl 6TYLE CENTER Buy Now Save

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