The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona, Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 USED CARS for Sale or Trade '35 podge Coach '85 Dodge Sedan with built ih trunk. '32 Ford Coach Model B, 4 cyl. '32 Chevrolet Coach '31 Chevrolet Coach '31 Ford A Coupe '30 Ford A Coach '29 Ford A Coach '29 Dodge Sedan '34 Chev. Pan Deliv. H. L. HOENK DODGE-PLYSrOUTH DEALER West of Court House K^^^ o NEW! Cord Knit DRESSES r" All sizes .iiul patterns, i Fast color § 98c Another Shipment of Our 59c DRESSES All sizes and patterns. Fast color. New Spring Purses In black, blue, green, red, brown and silvertone. 59c— 98c The New White Purses Are Lovely 59c— 98c Spring Gloves Black. Blue, White and Silvert-ne 59c Beautiful Suit and Coat Flowers lOc— 25c O. E. S. Benefit -„. Tho Oonlor of Eastern Star en- tcrtairiccl nt n benefit bridge. TIIPS- || day evening', nt. the Masonic Tem^ pie. Mr.-. \V. P. Freneh served ns chnirman of (he eonimittee. Others on the committee v,-erc Mrs. Alher Granzmv. Mrs. T. P. Harringtoi Mrs. R. .T. Kain, Mrs. John Me Dowell. Mrs. D. D. Paxson, nm Mrs. C. H. tVHIiams. Prizes in con tract were won as follows: Mrs. D D. Paxson. high score for women Mrs. H. M. Olson, second score prize for women, Dr. F. E. Sawyer high score for men, and J. W. Lit tie. second for men. At auction prizes were received by Mrs. A. VV Animism, and Oeorjje St. John There were forty-four present. Birtltrt.-i.v Surprise— A group of twenty women gathered nt the home of Mrs. Frank Thorpe Monday evening to surprise her on her birthday. The ladies were members of the Ladies' Aid division heads nnd other officers of the aid of the Methodist church of which Mrs. Thorpe Is the pres ident. Tue honoree received many lovely gifts nnd the evening was devoted to general discussions of the aid's future activities. Refreshments were served with the tables decorated in pink and white. A large cake was used as the centerpiece. We Have a Beautiful Line of EASTER NOVELTIES and a Complete Line of EASTER CANDIES Jelly Bird Eggs pound lOc Pan Marshmallow Egg pound lOc 1 Hawcott & Og*g Mirrophonic Sound Sun.-Mon., March 21-22 Tuesday, Mch. 23 Big Event A.TIffkL <W*VE* OF .HfCAftlJT!. VICTOR MOORE Helen BRODERICK WERE ON the new star sensation of "Lloyds ofLondon" to make it all the more exciting*. Hill hilly fj.mr iL: 1 Uainlitrv. Xf\v.s Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., March 24-25-26 Surprise Party— Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore were pleasantly surprised on the evening of their 52nd wedding anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore, when the Marc Moores, Marguerite Gardner. Mr. nnd Mrs. 'James Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore and their families surprised them on that occasion, last Friday. Mrs. J. M. Moore was presented with a beautiful bouquet of carnations and snapdragons. Banquet at High School— The basketball and wrestling squads combihed met at the high school gym for a banquet, Wednesday evening. A 6:30 dinner wa served by the mothers and hom economics girls. There were 35 ii attendance. A few toasts wer given, letters were awarded, am captains were elected for the com ing year. KnlrUnn Club— "~ Mrs. Al Spongberg entertained the members of her knitting club Tuesday afternoon. Members include Mrs. L. F. Rice, Mrs. LeRoy WcWhorter, Mrs. Frank Shilts. Mrs L C. Banker. Mrs. George St. John, Mrs. D. D. Monlitx. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends. A social afternoon was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Sunday Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Keith were lost and hostess to a group of friends for a Sunday noon dinner. ["he guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Dg White Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer. , E. (X— Mrs. W. K. Ferguson entertain* id the members of the P. E. O at theirannual tea, Wednesday after- •*BrfT*T*W. W. C.' MuihlSmn m. .ertained the members *?U8rh& Watanjre Club— The members of the Watanye club met at the home of Berths Johnson at a bridge party Monday evening. Stella Mae Breen was as sisting hostess. First prize went to Amy Johnson, and the travel prize to Anna Buss. Veronica Prieste was a guest of the club. Refresh ments were served. Bridge Club- Mrs. Jim Moore entertained the members of her bridge club at a seven o'clock covered dish dinner at her home, Tuesday evening. Bridge was the diversion of the evening with high score prize won by Mrs. E. V. Pierce. Dinner Clnb— Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles LaBarre were host nnd hostess at a 6:30 dinner Monday evening to the members of their Dinner club. There were six couples present. Bridge was the diversion of the evening. Delphian Circle—' The Delphian Circle met at the Hotel Algona for a one o'clock luncheon and business meeting, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. G. Baker read a paper on the coronation of King George VI. Andrew Peterson. Mrs. D. D. Paxson will be In charge of the program. Beta Sigma Fhi— The members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority met with Helen Corey Monday evening for a special business meeting for the rushing of pledges. Presbyterian Sapper- There will be a public supper held at the Presbyterian church in the church basement Saturday night. Serving will start at five o'clock. Nnoml Circle— The Naomi Circle will meet Friday with Mrs. Walter Klamp. Mrs. Mabel Lund and Edna Staley will be the assisting hostesses. Luncheon— Mrs. W. Sullivan entertained at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at her home Wednesday afternoon. Circle— The September Circle of the 'ongregational church will meet oday (Thursday) nt 2:30 with Mrs novies on Mexico, and gave a lee- ure on the Mexican country, peo- )lc and customs. Y&fflp Supper— Ardclla Hovey was hostess at a waffle supper Sunday evening at :00 o'clock in honor of Mrs. Earl Traul of Ottumwa. Other guests were Wilma and Luella Kapp Alice Zeigler and Ruth Bcatenlehner. Fol- owing the dinner they attended a movie. Dessert Club— The Dessert club had its high- low party Monday afternoon. Cards were played at the home of Mrs Walter Dil.\ Prizes went to Mrs Walter Dale, .\fr-i Lloyd Muckey nnd Mr.s M. <i,i Ri-dfield. Mrs. Ruil- fleld was ills,) !t guest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Keen announce the engagement of their 'laughter. Eleanor, to Eugene Wett- i»U-in, Union City. New Jersey The young people are .seniors at the .Slate I'niverMty at Iowa City. N'<, d.ite h;is been .,et for the wedding. The Algon.t Woman's club will meet Friday. March 'J, at 2:DO at the library. The topi, will be, "The Ainetu-an Home: It's Morals." The M.ealu-r will he R, v. LaVerc U .'Ueliaaiidine. re,-tor of the St . hi.in.M, K[ii«*(>(j.il i hur< h. POWER YOUNG «,JM£CHE if. \ M N- •"- -M'.'l. i-h IlniM,- Sat.-Sun.-Mon., March 27-28-29 EASTER Carole LOMBAI No. 3—Ilarltxu'!) BUtk NOTICE Special Repair Work AM'Kti\ 1.1) M|;< !l \M( Shorty Czapp HOUSES J FOR SALE 2 A* I wUh to go tu S,-attli- this % fiiU Hi til my sj.<U-J-, J will iK-il f in> |iro|H-rty iit a sacrifice "C 6 room modern house All oak liniahing. Breakfast rouiu. Garaai:. Close- in. A 7 room house JJ, t-xci-pt furtuice. Tlin-,- iol», (triceti for quick Acreage < U/^M.' iiu 1' i u<'rt-i>. Sewer olid MaUrr. Blut-k uurUi of Kail Slute SL frictd to M.-U. Good building lot '''—•- ill. tiiit isttU> St A f Tilia McCall 531 t. 5>Ulte St 11* Phone 127 SAVE ON ALL KINDS OF DY i! 1 SEXTON HALL Saturday, March 20 Admission 39c. plus tax for gents, ladles free. A New Shelton Permanent Machine for Your Spring Wave We will have the- new machine this week. Make appointments now for your new permanent. Prices $2.50 to $10 Milady's Beauty Salon and Join the FASHION PARADE Originating at CHRISTENSEN'S s Four Big Days in Algona | March 17-18-19-20 1 You are cordially Invited to visit the stores In Al- g| pona on these four special style and valne-giving S days and share in the many special offerings, and =•= also take part in the window-hunting contest. § IT'S FUN—YOU'LL ENJOY IT § § Smart Style H DRESSES § We are fortunate in representing many of the lead 5E ers iu styles in dresses. We have this season an even S larger and wider range of styles for your choosing 3 Sizes irto 50—prices 5= $5.95 to $29.75 I si Chic Styles in 1 SUITS 1 If you haven't a suit you'll want one—as it's a suit == season. We have every popular type and in all of 3 the most wanted colors. Sizes 12 to 46—prices S3 $10.95 to $29.75 | Clever Styles in COATS CHOCOLATE BABBITS T C« Tasty and delicious J.SJC 5c MARSHMALLO W EGGS Taste good, 5 for Sc and PANNED EGGS Colored for Easter JELLY BIRD EGGS Extra tender centers PIDGEON EGGS Made of good candy BUTTER CREAMS Cute Easter figures Ib. Eaftter Toy* and Egg Dyes Filled Ba*ket» lOc to 49c 5c W for DC lOc 20c 20c Ib. lb.4 EN SPECIALS Southern Style Cane Syrup . 5 Ib. can 25c Strawberries, Blackberries, Loganberries . . ..... 2 Ig. cans 35c 1 in heavy .syrup rt M G^ WHITE ^J Bfl IT= NAPHTHA -5 giant OR SOAP* 9 liars <£*>C Yellowtails (like tuna) . two 7-oz. cans 25c Codfish, without a bone . Dreft . . Dixiana Pancake Flour Kellogg's {(rumbles Krumbk-d VVhok Whtat Deluxe Coffee , . AiwaVa the ±{i Mnuoih flavor. . 1 Ib. can 25c Ige. pkg. 24c 3 Ib. pkg. 15c . 2 pkgs. 25c . . . Ib. 25c Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs. 22c Peanut Butter . . . . 2 Ib. glass jar 29c Salad Dressing, Basket Brand . qt. jar 29c Syrup, Maple and Cane . . 1 pt. jug 15c Peaches No. 10 can 45c Peas three No. 2 cans 25c Catsup 2 Ig. size bottles 29c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERYTHING IN FRESH & CURED HEATS BASKET GROCERY Coats are decidedly colorful this spring. The styles are different—very clever, in several different lengths. Then too we have "Hirchmaur" twisted tweeds for the practical type coats, and you know they are wonderful. Sizes 11 to 48—priced $10.95 to $29.75 AW aU that's new in Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters, BASS, Gloves, Hose, Hankies, N&kwear, .Jewelry, Scarfs, Millinery, and Shoes EASTER SPECIALS Kid Gloves (.fnulnc_ French, bid .and ranvskln dress irloTett In the popular irauntlet slip - on Talucs to Special, 98c pair Hand Bag* Smart new tthaoe* in new leather* and In new bright colon for *prinx Priced •t Special, $1.98 Princess Slips Now Npriinr styl™ In an all* Milk Princes* nllp In both tailored and lac* trim styles, with California topi, alien 32 to 41. Special. $1.19 Silks During these. four special day* we offer your choice of our entire stork of beautiful printed t,| Iks at 98c yard Silk Hose Onulne. "I.a France' quality full-faihloned silk hose In either chiffon or gervlce- weljrht—In all new upring hbadeg— s Special. 79c 2 pair for $1.35 Jewelry To complete your KusUr oat- fft you may need a smart new item In c-otttnma jewelry. WV have a marvelon* ithon- lug of them at Special. $1.00 Scarfs < oli.iiul hilk scurf N Iu iifw bright jiulttTUH are >IT> Miiart to wear with your Spring outfit. Ht- have luuuy that )ou'll be sure to like at Special, $1.00 Handkerchiefs Dainty linen kerclilffs In print*, u(i|ilii|Ui>», Uw-e trims. In r'act «-vcry type yc»u 1'ould «ii>h for and they add much to >our cu>tuiiii>. Special, 29c 2 for 49c Girdles Vour foundation Karutent IH very important thin «ea«on— aw the new styles demand It. New spriug styles of two- «uy utretch aud girdles Special, $1.79 EASTER TIME IN OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO PAY LESS Smart new styles Iu Dresses, ("oats, Suits, that sell for less~tli»t are of guarau- teed «iuality, yet cost very little. Spring Coats, 9.95 and better Princess Slips _ _ 69c Spring Suits, 7.95 and better Panties and Briefs _ ." . I _~29c Silk Dresses, 2.98 and better Silk Hose _ _. 44c Cotton Dresses, 98c & better Corsets 11.11 98c aad dozens of othor 8 easouaUk^everyday ue e ds—ll at 8eB "»l M " ~^ n ~ prl<SM . Mrs. Tribon IB ebarge. * Christensen Bros. Co Algona's Styb Center «ie»li«» Mttt 19 O'clock

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