The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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The Algona upper Des Moines, Algdna, Iowa, March 11. Thursday - Friday - Saturday SPECIALS Oatmeal, regular cooking . 3 Ib. pkg. 19c Potatoes, home grown . . per peck 45c Cookies, good assortment . . bag 25c Sardines, Opal brand cross pack 2 ens 19c We have just added Nash Coffee to OC our line. 1, 2 and 3 Ib. cans at per Ib. ^^ VEAL ROAST Ib. 18c VEAL MEAT LOAF MIXTURE Ib. 18c BABY BEEF BOIL . . . . 2 Ibs. 25c BABY BEEF STEAK, sirloin T-bone 25c BACON SQUARES . . . . Ib. 19c WE DO CUSTOM BUTCHERING. GRINDING AND STUFFING BRING US YOUR EGOS Sorensen Grocery Co. Q^OTfS We Deliver Phone 138-139 Secret Marriage Announced— Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brethorst of Sexton announce the secret marriage of their daughter, T. Arlene, to Harry Felter, son of Mrs. Ed Ditsworth of Algona. The single ring ceremony was performed at the Baptist parsonage in Canton, South Dakota on December 19, 1938, by the Rev. L. Peck. Mr. Felter attended the Algona high school and since has been employed on farms. Mrs. Felter graduated from the Algona high school with the class of 1935. Since her graduation she has taught the Martinek school near Sexton. The young couple will live on a farm south of Algona which they have rented for the coming year. Gtadlola Society— President W. W. Gillespie an- ANNOUNCING The opening of our new Gift Shop aud Cosmetics Bar on March Seventeenth. Be sure and register opening daj for the Permanent to be given anav. A tradition of square dealing in the past serves as a guide-post of the future . . . Successful as has been the development of this shop in the thirteen years since, its inception, the .new standards, to which it ever aspires, prophesy an even greater, more impressive tomorrow. Therefore we are . . . PROUD—because our patrons' demands have necessitated the expansion of our shop. PROCD—because the improvement program now under way will mean a more complete service to our patrons. PROUD—because Hard work and ceaseless planning for better values and service is rewarded in another step forward. GRATEFUL—and proud in the knowledge that through the.,Jtpyalty_p£ oiir • j*. r<- c~ *•• _.•__ • * -- . -i_-* ^W/w 1 _ . ^ • : •; w _Ti'~ • • • * nounces that there will be a regular meeting of the Algona Gladiola Society at the public library, at 8:00 p. m. Tuesday, March 16. Two speakers from the extension department of the Iowa State College at Ames will be present: J. B. Wingert w^ll speak on Horticulture, and Mr. Groves will speak on Gladiolas. Mr. Gillespie states that anyone interested in flowers is cordially invited to the meeting. Degree of Honor— The Degree of Honor Protective Association met with sister. Hazel Vera. Monday evening, with many members present It was voted and agreed upon by the members present to hold regular meeting at Sister Vera's with the exception of when there was work to put on. The subject of organizing a Carnation Club was brought up. The next meeting will be held March 22. Birthday Surprise— M. J. Duffy was surprised on his birthday by a group of relatives from Whittemore and Mallard. The relatives brought baskets' of lunch with them. Prizes In bridge were received by Mrs. Herman Miller of West Bend, high score prize for the women, AI Montag of West Bend, Mrs. C. L. Johnson. The lesson will be in charge of Mrs. A. A. Bishop on "Congo Crossess", a book on Africa. Children Surprise Mother- John and Mary Geraldine surprised their mother, Mrs. E. J. McEvoy on her birthday, Monday evening. There were 12 guests present. Prizes in bridge were received by Mrs. C. A. Joynt, Mrs. M. J. Duffy and Mrs. William Barry. The honoree received lovely gifts from her guests. Surprise Party— Mrs. Anton Anderson entertained at a surprise party, Friday afternoon, in honor of the birthday of Mrs. C. C. Wright. There were 10 guests present. A social afternoon was spent, and the hostess served light refreshments. The guest of honor wns presented with a gift. Larkin Club— Mrs. Ed Sheehan entertained the members of the Larkin Club at her home. Tuesday evening. Bridge was the diversion of the evening. Mrs. Hugh Post received the high score prize, Mrs. Bert Cronan, the low prize, and Mrs. Louis Lynk, the travel prize. Beta Sigma Phi— The members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, Tuesday evening. A regular meeting was held. Two new members joined, Valeria Pickett and Donnabene Merron. A social hour followed. Bridge Party- Mrs. G. D. Brtmdage was hostess Rewrites OF Newt From L«rt Tuesday'i Kottuth County Advance high score for men. and cut prize by Mrs. Martin Duffy. Sr.. of Whittemore. .Missionary Meeting— The members of the Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society will met with Mrs. W. G. McCullough, Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Grace Blanchard. Mrs. Frank Green, and to the members of her bridge elnb Monday evening. There were eight ladies present. Mrs. John Dntton received the high score prize, and tha consolation prize went to Mrs. L. E. Hovey. Benefit Bridge—" A benefit bridge party will be held at the Masonic Temple, Tuesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Contract and auction bridge will be played. The Eastern Star will be in charge, and Mrs. W. P. French is the chairman. Cresco Winners To Enjoy Meal From Losers Irvington: During the past year a contest has been in progress in the Cresco Embroidery elnb regard- tag attendance, roll call, etc. On Friday evening the low side with Mrs. Joe Kramer as chairman will entertain the high with an evening party at the Grover Reed home. All members.are urged 4-H Ctab ' Marigold Shoppes Formerly Marigold Beauty and Cotmette Shoppe Phone 803.* I '; ii a°*» M nTRS^B^wTn«« Sunday and Monday, Mar. 14-15 A Whale of a Show! Two Big Hits! k CLARK GABLE No Man of Her Own CAROLE LOMBARD «nd Dcriothv MackiiU Tuesday, Mar. 16 li*rg*ui .Matinee 16c Bi£ Event Tonight Sho's glorious—as a woman in amis! KATHARINE HEPBURN HERBERT MARSHALL Singing in Air—N i u dob at thk The next reg- ] tuar meeting wftf b*r,WJd at the home of Beulah Orton. Mrs. Loren Brown and Mrs. Ralph Brown are township leaders of this organization. Dame Rumor Speaks Dame Rumor has been telling tales. It seems one of our local young men and a young lady who teaches in a nearby township, have been married for some time. However, the wedding will be announced, at the close of the school year. Former Reaident Dead Word was received recently of the death of Clarence Swearingen, former Irvington resident. The Swearingen family left here about 12 years ago and moved to Woodlake, Wis. Mrs. Swearingen died before the family left Irvington. There were three boys in the family. one child dying in infancy and the other two sons living in Woodlake. Mrs, Swearingen was a sister of John Schultz. Irvington School Vote School elections were held last Monday with the following results: in Irvington township school Dist. No. 1 at Sexton, Herman Wise succeeds himself; in Dist. No. 2, Mike F'effer; No. 3, Steve Devine; No 4 Edw. Maw-dsley, No. 5, Hugh Blar-k; in the district No. 6 and 7 there has been no school the past year. Geo. Johnson was re-elected at No. 8 and Richard Leigh was elected in No. 'j at Irvington. ! Friendly Hour Club The Riverdale Friendly Hour dub j met with Mrs. Cheater Sehoby la.,t I Wednesday afternoon. Election of i officers for the corning year were as follows: Mr.i. Opal Barker, pre.s- | idem: Katherne Metztn. vice pres- 1 ident ; Agatha Thilges. secretary- j treasurer. The next regular rneel- | ing will he held with Mrs. Mary ] Keeker the first Wednesday in Ap- I nl. j Mr. and Mrs. Karl Cox and fam- 1 ily of Kurt were .Sunday guest.s at j the John Cox home ; Mm. George Johnson and daugh- j tcr, Vera. were business caller; i/j Murshalltown last week. I Hay McCorkle and Jas. Black have been secured to assist in getting new members for the farm bureau in Jrvington township. The Don Stiles family moved recently to Humboldt, where they will now reside. Mrs. Stiles is better known as the former Ruth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen from the Burt vicinity are the new tenants of the former Nels Mitchell farm. Mr. Mitchell will visit relatives at Sturgeon Bay. Wis., before going 10 California, where he will enroll at a school of Diesel engineering. The next regular meeting of the farm bureau ladies of the southern part of the county will be held Friday, March mh, with Mrs. Loren Brown. The subject matter to be presented will be "The Making at Chair Seats." All interested ladies are urged to attend. Harry Thatcher of Ruthveu spent Sunday at the home of bit, sister, Mrs. Thos. Clark and hiubaud. Surprise Party— Mrs. Homer Tuttle entertained at a surprise party Saturday evening, honoring ner husband on his birtb- day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber. Bridge Club—' Mrs. John McDowell entertained her bridge club members at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Bloom won the high score prize. Mrs. Edward Genrich and Mrs. Joe Bloom were guests of the club. C. S. D. W. ~ The C. S. D. W. club met with BIGHT INJURED in auto crash Sunday morning, four miles wesl of Swea City on highway 9. Cars were driven by Lloyd Thorson Swea City, and Burton Larson, of Hampton. Collision was head-on In the Thorson car were his mother, Mrs. Lawrence Thomson, his wife, two sisters, Doris and Vanita, and his infant son, Everett. Mr. Larson was accompanied by his wife. The cars met at a point near the Swea Community hall, in a fog. The injured were rushed to Estherville. No permanent injuries from the crash were expected. * * * A CARLOAD OF Wesley youngsters, who had been attending a basketball game at West Bend last Thursday evening, were shaken and bruised when their machine went into a ditch and turned over completely. Jean Cruise was most seriously injured, suffering head injuries. KENNETH TEETER, year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Teeter, suffered severe scalp wounds when he fell from a table into a window, Sunday. Ten stitches were required to close the wound. • * • JUNE ADELE Overmyer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Overmyer, is in the Lutheran hospital, Des Moines, as a result of an auto accident In which she suffered a fractured pelvic bone. The Overmyers, wintering in California, were expected to reach Des Moines Wednesday of this week on a rush trip home. The accident occurred near Prairie City, when the car in which Miss Overmyer, and several other school teachers from Oskaloosa, Iowa, were on their way home, was struck from behind by another machine after a skid. * * * WITH 28 VOTES cast in the school election, and one of them illegally marked and therefore not counting, E. J. Hough was reelected director and C. R. LaBarre was named treasurer of the school district, without opposition. Social 8tt, Blanks Many inquiries fesve come Into this office regarding obtaining; of blanks for filling out social security report*. As we understand it, blanks are obtainable from the collector of Internal revenue, Des Koines, or from the local postoffice If they have a supply on hand. Stolen Oar Returned The stolen car, belonging to a Rev. Heineman of Garner, was claimed here Wednesday by Its owner. The city police found the car after it had been abandoned in the city. (Mothers Club Meets Lone Rock: The Mother's club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Wegener, Mrs. Merwln Marlow and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough assisting hostesses. Mrs. Charles Hill read a paper on "Common Sense." Mrs. Harlan Blanchard conducted a St. Patrick game. The Bay View club met at the lome of Mrs. Adolph Mikes, Tuesday afternoon. rent Events." Roll call was "Cur- For a Lithe and Lovely Spring at the home of Mrs. L. F. Rice, Tuesday afternoon. JJW3K8JSF*" "«*« Preaent **^ Mra. H. R, Gibaon wffl entertain at a birthday (tarty for her little daughter, Maiine; who wttt b* three years old Thursday. Several of Maxine's little friends win be present Delphian Chapter— The Delphian chapter will meet at the Hotel Algona, Tuesday, March 18, for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Luella Baker will lead the program on "The Coronation." Idle Hour Club-l~ The- members of the idle Hour bridge, club will meet of. the home of Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Dg White will be hostess. ' Bridge Club—~~"~~ Mrs. E. W. Hansen entertained the members of her bridge club, on Tuesday afternoon, at three* tahlca. Mrs. Chet Holt won the flrst prize. Spring Supper—' - > The Baptist ladies will hoDHfielr spring supper, April 13. FINED—M. T. McGuire, one dollar and costs, failing to stop for stop sign. William Durant same charge, same fine. Both cases before Justice Danson. H. W. Post fined $5 and costs of |2 on rate schedule violation. TWO PARDONS WKKK granted Koosuth residents last week. Art Penton, paroled after pleading guilty to a charge of larceny of a car, was granted a full pardon. Arthur Rosenmeyer, sentenced to Fort Madison after pleadng guilty to a charge of entering a hank with intent to rob, was restored to citizenship rights, after being on parole for a year. * • * COLLEGE CAPEBS! In a recent Usua of College Hunwe,,tba,mag« aatna ahowa several ptttavMCM the Silver Slipper night dub, at Iowa City. Sitting In the front r*W M* BobLaHferre and Veraaa Koblnaae, * • • MRS, H. L, OtLMOWC, AJgooa, was elected head of the-county P. T. A., at Titonka, last week. Mra. J. F. Fiber, Buffalo Consolidated, was named vice president Mra. Mitchell, Union, secretary, and Mrs. Gordon Hansen, Doan, treasurer. FUNERAL SERVICES for Sever Christensen, railway mall clerk, who died recently in California, was buried Monday after services at the First Lutheran church, with Rev. M. A. Sjoatrand in charge. Pallbearers were Francis Bunting, Roy Boeder, E. J. Hough, G. 3, Shore. G. D. Stokes and Albin Spongberg. * • • THREE GERMAN TWP. men were bound to the grand jury last week on charges of possession of intoxicating liquor, by Justice Danson. The men are Herman and Harm Boeckholdt and H. W. Mayland. The men were arrested by local officers, who aay they found two gallons of alcohol In a car and another gallon In a grove nearby. Herman Boeckholdt was under a bond of Jl.OtO. Week-End A&P Features BRANDS YOU KNOW! POST TOASTIES SWANSDOWN 13 oi. pkg. 30 ox. pkg. 10c 23c Kich & full bodied Coffee Red Circle 2££39c Monto Oi-l Monte Tomato Juice 3 Korden'k Evap. Milk £JJ Heinz Fre»h Cucumber Pickle* 2 ^ 3 Diamond Crab Meat l^ 0 *B. a v. Cherries lona Tomatoes 3 told Strewn Pink Salmon . 3 7c 35c 5 39c 25c ,25c Bean With Bacon, Scotch Broth Vegetable or Vegetable Beef CAMPBELL'S SOUP UPTON'S TEA Black O/V- Green •4 Ib. GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen Teated" Flour g* 1 *- 1.05 £,» 2.03 LUX Toilet SOAP 4cake«25c LUX FLAKES JI 21c P. 10 O. SOAP 35c Tune in "A. * F. Baudwagou" 7 to 8 P. M., Thursday, WCCO SCOT TISSUE 3 rolls 19c Bananas 3 Ib. 25c Carrot* . bunch 6c New Potatoes .41b*. 25c Spinach . 3 Ib*. 25c Colorado BuraJ Potatoes . peck 59c A&P Food Stores M0w Versions of Two Favorite VASSARETTES • Vassarette beau its own figure- making record* with the Spring '37 edition of your favorite Vassar- ette Pantie-Cirdie ianhioneii to nip inches off waist and hipa . . . to keep you active yet under control. And the famous Number 5 Vassarette Girdle ir> more gatiafy- ing than ever. So slimming and HO easy to wear! Both are shown with brand new Vasaarelte Bandeaux with the exclusive Fashioned Buatline that does wonders for your upper silhouette. Bandeaux each $2. Girdle and Fantie-Girdle '5°.° Bros. Company Algona - Iowa A can of LOWE BROTHERS QUICK-DRYING ENAMEL and • bruth will make old, shabby piece*, shiny aad new in a jiffy. You can do over *lmo«t anything, whether it's glass or wood or plaster. Aad it's so tatjt/flowt on smoothly and dries very quickly. A wide range of colors from which to choose! F. S. Norton & Son Phone 299 MIRROPHONIO BOUND Last Time Today ALSO POPEYE CARTOON AND NEWS Friday, Saturday, March 12*13 BIO FUN AND THRILL SPECIAL RKO-RADIO PICTURE "Hotel A La Swing" TWO 'SCRAPPY SEA-DOGS! with VICTOR McLAGLEN E PRESTON FOSTER •Don't Look Now" DDICi It's Going to Be an Early Easter Sunday, March 28th LESS THAN THREE WEEKS AWAY SO YOU'LL NEED TO Shop Early We can outfit you from top of your head to the are Outfitter* for Women You may shop here with perfect confidence that pou will find correct style of guaranteed quality — moderately priced. Christensen Bros. Company ALGONA»S STYLE CENTER TALK ABOUT WALKING- ON CLOUDS! , THIS IS IT! ^ ^ a • k ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MHiiHBBHH^^^MB Says Paramount** Beautiful DOROTHY LAMOUR To b*««Q In "Swing High..Swiog Low" Discovert New "f^gyhtleu" Support... INVISIBLE RHYTHM TREADS Dainty Rhythm Step Shots! 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