The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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107 Guest* Attend Farewell Party For Four Corner Folks Fbtir Comers: A farewell surprise f&rty was given in honor of Mr. *nd Mtt. Arthur CruUtshank and daughter, Mary, last Friday eve limff, i?el». 28, There were 107 guests present The evening was tptAt playing five hundred and bingo. There were 11 card tables. first prize for women was won by Mrs. Grace Jackman, and first prize tat men by Cecil Bjustrom. was Ruby Walker, Mitchell, Clara Drayton, Su- rt* Wltham and Maude Robinson. The Algona tJpper Des Moines, Algoha, Iowa, March 4. Dicl: Janssen, Lakota. and Minnie Wlttmus. Burt, were issued n license to wed, March 2, in the clerk of court's office. Ackerman-Heerdt Wedding, Feb. 27 Union: Lillian Ackerman and Coonie Heerdt who runs a Standard Oil truck, were married Saturday and are living on the Ben Reid farm. Miss Ackerman has been employed at the Johnson lunch counter on highway 18 near Algona. Their friends wish them much happiness. Wolfe-Gnderlan Marriage- < Bridge Party— The marriage of Zella E. Wolfe, Mrs. H. E. Bruns entertained the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest members of her bridge club at two tables of bridge, Tuesday afternoon . F)rst prfze WM received by Mrs. Tom Dailey, travel by Mrs Roy Roeder, and low prize by Mrs. - -- mia. .c/rnesc. "icmuers 01 ner DTiage duo at two Wolfe of Algoha, to Donald H. | tables of bridge, Tuesday after- GudGrian, son of Mr, and Mi*§ A r ""*» i H*I«M»* M *.t_^ _—_ ^. ., . . E. Guderlnn, of Algona, was per Read Th* Want Ads—It Pays ANNOUNCEMENT NEW Tailor Shop I have purchased the A. Guehl Tailor Shop over Behlmers and am prepared to do tailoring of all kinds. 'Seven years' experience with James Black store in Waterloo. the Women's Tailoring a Specialty Repairing and Remodeling CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 — ^—•—™^™. Crtmmings SPECIAL CREPE DRESSES Genuine Wash and Beady Crepe White Ac Pastel colors all sizes 14 to 46 six new snappy styles .00 New Blister Crepes One and two dark colors, tional values piece, excep- Cummings Laat Showing Today Thursday Tyronne Power, Jr., Freddie Bartholomew, Madeline Carroll in "LLOYD'S OF LONDON" Fri,Sat, March 5-6 J Sun.-Mon., March 7-8 • Jjr— - ^ A DUMB PUG ;] TURNS STARGAZER! THE AIR NAVY J«n« cpi out N«vy Air Force in • wild Scrim- bor«« of Spie», Song end Deoce! FRED KEATING ED6AR KENNEDY AWTHONVMAftHN LEAH RAY ti. MENDEL JOE LEW! Tuesday, March 9 "Tfcre* Bottcoe Kanu, Elinor Whitney in "CLAEENCE" I News, Cumedy Vitaphone tutor" . , , formed Saturday evening at 9:00 o'clock at the home of the Rev Alexander English, retired Presby terlan minister. Mr. and Mrs. Ber Hard Sperawr attended them. Th bride wore an oxford gray suit with blue accessories. The bridal party was honored at a party at Hole Algona following the ceremony, a which 15 guests were present. The bride Is a graduate of the Iowa Falls high school, 1935. and attend ed the Chilllcothe Business college irt Missouri last year. Since June she has been employed at the Hotel Algona. Mr. Guderian graduated from the Algona high school -In 1938 and is also employed at the hotel. They expect to make their home for the present with the bride's parents. Bridge Partle»^"~ Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Mrs. Don Hutchison were joint hostesses at a 7:00 dinner bridge party at the Bonar home, Monday evening. Mrs R. H. Miller received the first prize and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore the second prize. Tuesday, Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Mrs. Don Hutchison entertained at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge Sani Smith. Birthday Dinner—' Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson were host and hostess at a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party at their home Wednesday evening, the occasion being Dr. Olson's birthday. There were 12 guests present Woman's Club—" The Algona Woman's club will meet Friday at 2:30 in the Library elubroom. The program topic will be "The American Home: Its Leisure." Gall Pettit will speak on the "Movies of Today." Bridge Clnb— "~ Mrs. H. W. Becker entertained the eight members of her bridge club at her home, Monday. Mrs G. D. Brundage won the high score prize, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Owen Nichols. A Work Meeting— Vera Bigings Of tu Verne Weds Friday, St. Louis LuVerne': Vera Bigings, who has been In St. Louis for the past three years, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bigings. She left for St. Louis, Monday, and from there she will be accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bunch to Inidanapolis, where she is to be married on Friday, March 5, to Martin Pierce Sweet, Jr., son of Mart ln Pierce Sweet, Sr., Springfield, 111., who will also be at the wedding. Vera is a graduate of th j local high school of the class o 1930 and of the Mary Bender schoo of beauty culture of St. Louis. Dur Ing the past several months she has been employed in a junior league book store In that city. Mr. Sweet attended Washington University and is employed by the Ohio Finance Co. at Toledo, Ohio, where the couple will make their home. Flre Depfc Summoned The flre department had their , first call In some time, Monday evening when they were summoned to extinguish a roof flre at the Whltmore home. Little damage was done. Extra party at the Bonar home. Mrs. D D. Paxson won the first priie, and Mrs. L. E. Linnan the second prize. Episcopal Guild—~ The members of the Episcopal Guild will meet today (Thursday) for a one o'clock Lenten luncheon at the home of Mrs. Walter Fraser. Hostesses are Mrs. Glen Shore, Mrs. John Passell, Mrs. George Schllff, Mrs. William Kuhn, Mrs. Geo Benschoter and Mrs. Ila Huff. Helping Hand Society— The members of the Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet, Thursday afternoon, at the church. T i home of Mrs" day afternoon. There were nine present The women sewed eight A soil was born to Mr. and Mrs. last Friday. L. Lichty returned Tuesa two weeks' trip to C iliimil!l!lilli|llinitl"'"Miii«i«iiiiiiniiiiH"inftHiiii"iniiniiHin!i ING Household Needs £: Every woman will Appreciate the completeness of our stock of house- j hold needs. Make it a point to come in and buy those items you have J been wanting. They cost so little and mean so much convenience. We are always buying new things for this department. Stop in regularly and see them. Basket 79c Clothes baskets, closely woven and durable. With large handles. pounds of carpet rags. Dinner-Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan were „ **£• and Mrs - Fr ed Zwiefel went Des Moines Monday for a visit wlth relatives. The Harry Christensens were . s. . . owan were arry sensens were float and hostess to the members of called to Missouri Thursday by the their bridge club at a dinner party deatl > «' a relative. Sunday evening. at bridge High score prize and Mr , „. Donelson, who teaches ° , R ' JD- KM" 1 '"* went to Churdan ?!?" da j r '° vl ? lt "'aUves and look Armstrong Girls Win Way To District Basketball Tourney Father and Son Banquet— A father and son Banquet will be held at the Methodist church Wed- after his farmIn K Interests there. ^2' ln the Fred Legler seemed to «>e im»... . room ' The S^iesM Paving some last, week but became speaker of the evening will be Dr. worse Sunday and two nurses arTln Clarence E. Flynn of Mason City, attendance again. There will also be a program of r- v ,_ , _ local talent. g | .. °?°- Kabele, Frances and Martha KabeJe and Mra Barbara Mosely and daughter, Goldfleld, spent Sunday at the Irvin Chapmans Ladders $1.45 Strongly Jointed ladder with stand. 5 ft size. Kitchen Pail 95c With automatic foot pedal for opening. Inside pail with handle. Waste Basket 35c In various sizes. Choicest of colors with fancy borders. Well made. Garbage Pail $1.20 Heavy, galvanized Pall complete with cover. A Wash Boiler $3.85 Durable heavy copper wash boiler In largfe sizes. real value. Bowk $1.00 Five Porcelain bowls complete the set Limited quantity. mm^mmimmmtmimmmm Ironing Boards $2.95 Of flne select wood. Extra well made and rigid. Have Won 15 Out Games This Season of 21 Western Electric PHONIC SYST (By Marie Irmiter) Armstrong (Special): The Armstrong girls' baiketbalt team captured the sectional tournament title i here last- night by defeating the Gruver sextette 37 to 28 in the final round. The Armstrong girls started their winning campaign Wednesday evening la the first round of the sectional by trouncing over the Superior girls 47 to 12 after holding the lead of 28 to 4 at the half. The Superior giiis igef e held to. one Held goal and two free throws'W-the first half by the splendid defensive work of the Armstrong guards, Caboth, Irmiter and Peterson. Mixell, with 15 points, was best for Armstrong while Waters with six potato was best for Superior. In the second round the Armstrong girls again had an easy, but yet quite dangerous game against Dolliver. The Armstrong girls had a safe lead 22 to 11 at the half and still were leading 32 to 19 in the third quarter. In the 4th quarter the Armstrong guards held the Dolliver girls to but one free throw and with the final gun the score stood at 45 to 20 in favor of Armstrong. The Rtngsted girls also had an easy time disposing of the Haifa girls 39 to 21 this same evening. Friday evening in the semi-finals the Armstrong girls easily disposed of the Ringated sextette 38 to 28 after holding the lead of 26 to 6 at »he naif. In the second quarter the Ringsted girls were held scoreless while the victors flopped in 14 poinu. The »«cond game of the evening proved to b« a better match. The Gruver girls again conquered the North Kosjjuth Seneca girls' team by the score of 35 to 30. The Gruver girls held a small lead over the Kossuth girls at the half, 19 to 14, but the Seneca girls could not manage to overcome It in the last half. In the final game the Armstrong girls managed to hold the lead throughout, but the Gruver girls t !? I 2 any Urae8 to maintain the lead. The victors held the lead 14 to 10 In the first quarter and still a greater lead as to 14 at the half. After the half the Gruver girls i made a strong comeback but were still trailing 28 to 22 at the end of the third quarter. In the final period the Armstrong forwards connected for nlno points while Gruver collected 4 points. With the final gun the Armstrong girls were out In front 37 to 26. The Armstrong glrU" team hu played 31 game* this Mtuoa, Including county and Mctlod&l tourn- *»ent«k The girl, have received «lx defeats. Two of these defeats have come from Ledyard, one from Bode and the other from Graettinger, and all of these teams were eliminated last week In the sectional meets. The girls who will enter the district tourney are: Lorraine Johnson, Sophie Twedt. Lavon Mixell Donna Miller, Marie Irmiter, Shirley Peterson, Evelyn Caboth, Joyce Hansen, Irene Yackle, Marjorie Caboth, and Doris and Mavis Gang- Choose Your SHOES Forward March Into Spring in shoes like these! **°«seew3^^ $4.95 Pert bows for pretty toes. In gabardine. Bhie and grey. Casserole Set $1.85 Heavy glass quart bowl complete with copper holder and cover. Very Smartly designed. Ivory Pans $1.00 Three piece set Heavily enameled. Oil Mops 49c Heavy quality, full thick Oil Mops complete with handle. In two shapes. Scales $1.25 Easy reading. Weighs to 25 pounds. Accurate. Kohlhaas & Spilles iBlmffllliil.lifllf^ ttttnininntinitiiiiiinirnnmiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiuii^—._^MJ Jfc Good Hope Hears County Agent On Electrification Plan Good Hope: The Hospitality party held at Good Hope Community room Thursday evening of last week, though not as well attended a.'i was hoped for, was a very profitable and enjoyable affair. Th- community singing was enthusiast ically engaged in by all. The tali on Rural Electrification given b County Farm Uureau Agent A. L Brown of Algona and the discussion following were informative and ex cetdingly interesting. A simila meeting is planned for the near fu ture. Mr. and Mr.s. R. I.. Reid. Algona wore yiic.its at the John Reids Sunday. Mrs. M. Steinman, Algona, can Monday evening for several days stay at the John Reids. The R p. Hawcotta and C. L and A. J. Diltmt-rs shipped u carload o: baled btraw Tuesday to the Dako Us. Mr. and Mrs. Will Knoll, Mr. and Mrs. James Kiioll and Mr. and Mrs George Sears were guests at the R F, Hawtotts Sunday. The A. M. Gustafsons moved the last load of goods Monday to com plete their removal to their new home near Ogden, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, Mrs. James Wadsworth and Joe Maddeti, Haifa, wtre company at the R. F. Hiiweotts. Tuesday. Mrs. Derwood McArthur returned home from Algona Thursday of last week. She has been at the P. A. McArthur home since the birth of a son, Reuben, in January. Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell entertained the Otto Hurlans, Noble Mitchells, F.dnjond Larsons, the Quwten Bjustroma and the A J. Dittrners at their home tost of Al- Kona Sunday in honor of M>». Bjua- trom's and Mrs. Dittmer'u birthdays. Lustrlux DRY CLEANING RESTORES The lively feel, the Lustrous sheen, the Bright Colors, the Freahnesa of Newness—to Woolens. Silks. ChiBong, Rayons Taffetas, all fine fabrics, Furs Kid. Suede, etc. VOL' CAN ACTUALLY SEE AND FEEL THE DIFFERENCE Kirscn Laundry & Dry Cleaners Phone 261 Graceful sandal* for afternoon wee*. Navy, black and grey. $3.95 Grey Bucko sport oxford with wide •bawl Specially priced at Chris tensen Bros. SHOE DJBPT. Deep-Pile Silky Texture Domestics In Oriental & Carpet An event that will bring countless home lovers to our doors ... and will place floor beauty in hundreds of homes- See their luxurious beauty, and choose the colors and patterns that will glorify your rooms. 9x12 Only $12.50 Heavy Axminsters $24.50 Wiltons, $48.00 — SALE of MATTRESSES — _^mS9S TOBK.'K^if u »^. \ T Horse & Mule Auction SATURDAY, MAR. 6 Fair Grounds, Algona, 1 p. m. " belor « Better demand Our Tuesday C»ttto and Hog Kale |a. t TuewUy totalled MJM&- - js. •SSSSL'Ss you of •tock «*rljr-«oM according to tha ttwe they arriw,. H. M Colwell, town Steto Bank, Clerk JWrVfVVrVVWVrWWrWWVWrV Col well rVWVt of fine quality, with spring built in Liberal Allowance on Old Mattresses Priced Bose Green Blue $12.75, $16.75, and orchid up to $39.50 USED FURNITURE 4 Living Room Sett 3 Dining Room Suites, 6 dressers ana chairs ^^ at Bargain Prices ••"^MMMMMMMMWMH FOSTER Furniture Compuy

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