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The Upper Des Mdines-Repubtican, March 11> 1031 Legion Auxiliary Met at Wesley. Swea City, March 10. Special: Mesdames P. Peterson, B. A. Haglund, C. A. Rohlin, F. Sayers. S. Hethershaw and P. W. Larson were in attendance at the county meeting of the American i*gion Auxiliary held at Wesley on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. F. H. Webster, county chairman was in charge of the meeting. This was an unusu- ( ally good meeting with seventy-six in j attendance. Wesley unit had on display articles for the supply shelf at Des Molnes, consisting of two complete layettes and many other articles. The Wesley unit is one of the smaller units to the county, doing excellent work in all the departments of the Auxiliary program. Mrs. Sadie Denton, tenth district publicity chairman, gave a talk on the publicity work to be carried out throughout the tenth district, outlining the work and also presenting a chart with an outline of all activities of all unite in the county. Mrs. Ida E. Lar. son, department chairman of publicity, gave a talk on "Community Service," and Mrs. tTnderkofler of Britt gave a report of the president's and secretaries' conference at Des Molnes. Reports were given by all units. The next county meeting is to be held at Fenton. A joint meeting of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary of the tenth district will be held at Port Dodge Thursday, March 12, an all day session, with a joint banquet at six-thirty and dance at the armory. The Port Dodge drum and bugle corps will put on an exhibit at five o'clock p. m. State officers on the program will Include Commander Maurice Cahill; State Adjutant Laird; Prank E. Miles; E. Craig, tenth district commander; E Wrigley of Emmetsburg and W. J. Doming, of Estherville, vice state commander, Mrs. Bernhard Dubbert, president of the Auxiliary, Mrs. M. Skelly, state secretary, Mrs. Ida E. Larson, department publicity chairman, Mrs. Mildred See, tenth district committeewoman and Mrs. Sadie Denton, tenth district publidfty dhalrman, American Legion Auxilary American Legion q the music contest at four p. m. enter This will be held Algona Escapes Having Snow Storm. Algona and vicinity continues to bask in spring-like weather whUe the other portions of Iowa are s h °«"lng drifts of snow. Sunday was a regular March day with a high wind blow- ine fertile son all over the country, but thTlasted only until nightfall. The weather report follows: Wednesday Thursday Friday , fi Saturday *? Sunday f? Monday • ~ Tuesday ** High Low .38 15 34 23 22 23 19 17 26 .40 CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA fVcstern Electric Sound. Kooler Chore is a difference. Aire Ventilation. FRI. & SAT., MARCH 13-14. Two-thirty matinee Friday. Prices 10c-30c. 1:30 and 3:30 matinees on Saturday. The greatest thrill picture of the year. The real "Chant of the Jungle." "RANGO" Tells the story of a Sumatra native and his little boy also an old crang- ufaa. — a black, panther and tigers. Filmed in the most primitive jungle. Snatched from the world's last untouched wilderness after 18 months of danger. A great break for the whole family. Showing in New. York City and Algona this week. ived but a moment. Her past for- ver. Trst appearance of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lyon since Ben and Bebe married. Same type and tempo as "Di- •orcee." Also— Comedy and Varieties. Extra Special at 1:30 and 3:30 matinees. Prices 10c-30c. Tom Tyler SeriaL It's an action western. THANTO.M OF THE WEST" Episode No. I. SQCIE THURS. & FKL, MARCH 19-20. What a break for the family. Recommended by James E. West, chief Scout executive of the Boy Scouts of America. What a gang of romp- ng, roaring kids. Just the kind of a boy you are—were—or should lave been- Uproarious, roughneck, luman. Leon Janney Irene Rich Lewis Stone A Booth Tarkington story SUN. & MOX, MARCH 15-16. Big news—big- In Algona at ouee The big special laagh show. Buster Keaton Charlotte Greenwood Cliff Edwards Reginald Denny Natalie Moorhead in "PARLOB BEDROOM AND BATH" Love hungry ladles Eunoanded Buster. They wanted to be taught to make love. Buster forced to be a cave man against his will The tage hit is now a talkie. A million laughs. Drive for fif^.y miles to see it. Think of the fun we had on the opening talking picture In Algona. Charlotte Greenwood In "So Long Letty" then add Keaton, Edwards, Denny, Moorhead and a hit road show attraction. It will be more than your money's \ Tse whale town is going to "Fathers Bon." For dad—the <Srszna.tie story ol_ a msn who succeeded as a financier jat failed as z. JasiieT. For mo-iier—a woman who sacrificed the Esau of her bfcart for the CsSA (A ~zfv iieart. For tn." Kids—the hilarious pranks of 'a reTl&r leZtr asd his gang- piaywi by loan Jam»y with a-dozen of Bollywood's brighter, kSds. For ererybody-an unforgettable story chargwi with hesm appeal to win tears, laughs and applause. P. E. O.'s Elect Officers— The P. E. O. society met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. Hutchison and elected officers for the coming year. Mrs. T. P. Harrington was re-elected president. Other officers include Mrs. 5. E. McMahon, vice president; Ella Thompson, recording secretary: Mrs, H. B. Cowan, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. A. Evans, treasurer; Mrs. Lura Sanders, chaplain; Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. guard; Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, organist, and Mrs. T. H. ChrischiDes, journalist. Next week Tuesday the P. E. O.'s- will meet at the home of Mrs. W. B. Quarton for one of their regular dinners. Mrs. G. A. Romey of Mason City who was state president last year, will be in charge of the program. While she is in Algoaa, Mrs. Romey will be a guest of Mrs. Harrington. Mrs. Bfce Entertains— Mrs. N. C. Rice entertained at a six-thirty dinner Friday evening which was complimentary to eight of her friends who assisted with the theatre party last month. The guests were Mrs.' A. K. Cliff, Mrs. T. C. Sherman, Mrs. C. T. Chubb, Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. T. C. Ohrischines, Mrs. J. S. luner and Mrs. R- H. Crawford, and Mrs. W. L. Hagerhorst of Eagle Grove. After dinner the ladies attended the picture. "Abraham Lincoln." and later returned t<* the Rice apartment where they spent the resiainder of the evening playing contract bridge. Mrs. Hacerhorst won the high prize. N. B. B. Clnb— The N. B. B. o!ub was entertained Tuesday eveninc at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard FJnggenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., won the high family prize, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hynds, the second high, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eelberg, low. Last week the club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helberg Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., won the high fmaily prize and Mr. and Mrs. Roy BJosSron low prise. MT.S high cut prire. Ocok »«a Entertained CS*V- Mr. and Mrs- A. A. Bspahn «»- Sertained SKir dinner c&u5> Sunday erenine. The inesabers of «*• . are Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Mr. and Mrs. G5en McMurroy. . and Mrs, L, M. MerriU.. Mr. and Mrs. worth. News Also— Comedy Review TUBS. & WED, MARCH 17-18 Two-thirty matinee Tuesday, prices 10c-30c. Behe Daniels Lewis Stone Ben Lyon in SATCBDAY, MAKCH 2L Extra Special. 1:30 and 3:30 matinees. The public demands ezcite- jnent and here it is. A story of Sen without law. Barking sir guns The thrill of pounding hoofs--love —laughs—drama. A young cowboy —a girl and a group oi reckless rid ers as they drive hundreds of wild steers over a thousand miles o western wilderness. Richard Arlen Fay Wray in "THE CONQUERING HORDE" by Emerson Hough Filmed to meet the demand good outdoor pictures. EXTRA ATTRACTION Matinees only— Tom Tyler in "PHANTOM OF THE WEST" Action, thrill serial. Episode No. 2 C. S. Johnson's Variety g 9x12 Cong. Bugs _$6.79 6x9 Cong. Rugs —$3.89 § Clothes Baskets 79c up | Folding clothes g racks $1.79 i Ironing Boards —$2.69 | Clothes hampers _$L45 i Window Shades — 49c 5-piece curtain sets 59c up 25c 17c Stedman and Mr- fend JhCts. Moulds. Mr. and Mis. N. V, Lowe substituted In the absence of the Monies, Mr. and Mrs. Stedmaa won O» high , for bridge and Mr. and Mrs- Lowe won the low prize, Covered Dfah Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Helberg entertained a few friends at a covered dish dinner Sunday noon. The afternoon TTSS spent socially. Those who enjoyed the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringgenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Little Flower Clnb Met— The Little Flower club of St. Cecelia's academy held a meeting with Laura Hansen last Thursday evening. Nineteen girls were present. At the conclusion of the meeting. Lauras mother. Mrs. E. W. Hansen, served a delicious lunch. Dinner Club Entertained— Mr and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew entertained their dinner bridge club on Friday evening. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew won the ladles' high prize, and Mrs H. A. Reimer, the low. H. A. eimer won the men's high prize and V. Lowe, the low. . A. R. Society— The D. A. R. society met Tuesday fternoon at the home of Mrs. C. R. aBarre for its regular meeting. Mrs. ylvia Gunn was in charge of a musical program. Refreshments were serv- d at the close of the program. Entertain, The Men's u*u»* w* •»— — -— * — hurch met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks on Tuesday. At his meeting they entertained their wives at a six-forty-flve supper. METHODISTS HAVE MDS1CFES1WAL Over One Thousand Listeners Jam Church to Hear Singers and Orchestras. SIXTY CHUBCHES IN ALGONA DISTRICT. Professors MacCoOln and Knrlnskt of Morningside OollfS*, Led Choirs and Orchestras. The Algona district of the Methodist church put on one of the most successful music festivals ever held hi the state last night at the local Methodist church. Over one thousand appreciative listeners jammed the auditorium and hall. Best Talent in District. The best musical talent in the district, which Is composed of sixty churches, took part in the program. Everyone competing had been in the group contests and were the pick of these former contests, To Stimulate Music. The purpose of these festivals and contests is to stimulate greater interest In music in the churches and if last night is a criterion they have certainly succeeded. Professors Paul MacCollin and Leo Kucinski, both outstanding conductors and musicians in the country, were the conductors. They are connected with Morningside College at Sioux City. Mrs. Kucinski was the accompanist and Mrs. Raymond Norton of Algona was accompanist on the pipe organ for the large chorus. Two Great Choirs. > There were two great xshoirs taking — — "--'-• xaaposed of the with less than v congregation, had hoir had 11 sing- (\ Footwear imbued with all the \ beauty that fashionists have dictated as being "the thing." A profusion of glorious new arrivals, each smarter than the next. Featured in Two • Moderate Price Groups. Straps, Puinps, Oxfords, Ties and Bows in fine, sleek leathers, new outstanding hues and daring details of trims. Christensen Bros. Missionary Society—• The Woman's Foreign Missionary j.llc wuma.ii o * i_fi»-»e" —- .,, society of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at two-thirty at the home of Mrs. W. S. WindeU. Baptist Ladies Aid Society— The Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist church will have a supper in the church Tuesday, March 24, to which members bfA two hundred 1 157 singers, ers. The orcl pie in it. Tl Orchestra (B\ Surprise Sympm the public is Invited. Woman's Clnb to Meet— The Woman's club will meet at the Library next Friday evening at seven- thirty. There will be a miscellaneous program tie Children. Solo, Mrs. Ma Kraft-Misbach Store to Close on April 4th. The Kraft-Misbach store is holding its final closing out sale which begins Friday. The firm will retire- and close its doors on Saturday, April 4, i serving Algona and Kossuth cou,^- for thirty-three years and thirty-three days. Everything is to be sold. What _ is not purchased by the local public id over 100 peo- w m be sold to an outsider. Announcement of what will be done with the , building will be made later. The store [Andante (from has a full page ad in this weeks is- L - ' sue of the Upper Des Moines-Republi- Bympro ^"Msiiayon. i ou<= ui m e ^vu c * *•"•*» «*- , , ».~4 S. > >%g. Suffer Lit- can and bills have been circulated lane of Es- throughout the county. Fifteen Year Old Girl to Juvenile Home. Helen Barton, fifteen years old, of Swea City, was committed to the Ju- wea , venile home Monday at 4 Toledo, Iowa, ' ---- • - ---* — Algona Markets. Corn Oats Barley Hogs Eggs .. 35 .. 7.00 ..13-.19 13-16 Hens ........................... 13 - 10 tetrville. Junior girls' chorus, Burt, The Ros- CJirls' quartette, Plover, Beautiful I Isle of Somewhere. Table oil cloth, yd. 23c Boiling Beef, 2 Ibs Choice Beef Roasts Steak 0 Pork Chops . ! g Pork Roasts _19c _22c _19c Solo, The Builders, Mrs. Lillian | Thiel, Armstrong. Solo, Mrs. C. A. Richardson, Renwick, In My Father's House Are Many Mansions. Ladies' quartette, Armstrong, Anyway is the Way. Recessional, Emory Stewart, Thompson. ~ „, t TU, t I Chorus choir (B class), Turn Ye Guild to Meet- « BvwTunto Me, God of our Fathers St. Thomas' Guild wUl meet on * Harjand Bo ^ > ^^^ ^A^^SlS™™**'* Luuaby - Dumey Ladles' quartette, LuVerne. W. R. C; to Meet— solo, Mrs. Myrtle Weber, Garner, The W R C. club will meet with Fear Not Ye, O Israel. Mrs. Edith Taylor Wednesday, March M ix e d quartette, Estherville, Send 18 at two-thirty. Out the Light. IH ai iwo wurLy, | g ^^ Edwar d Genrich, Algona, He That Dwelleth hi the Secret Place. f~< T? C U*». Plaffrkvm Chorus choir (Class A) He Watches C. F. Specht s rlattorm. j o ^j, Israel . Lord> Tnou H ast Been CONFIRMATION WHITE DRESSES 15c The life story of Dora Macy as outlined in the beet seller. Her love for ..DUE EASTER ATTRACTION.. APRIL 5-6-7 Douglas Fairbanks Bebe Daniels in "BEACHING FOE THE MOON" A 1931 dynamo. Greatest of modern entertainment. A big treat. Home made ham burger Atwood's Request Coffee Served free Saturday Special Cookie Sale Saturday. C. F. Specht, who has filed for tne i ^^VoimTprof. Leo Kucinski; £SM£ S jSjwj* \ 0°heg'(Class A). March Milltalrel Alumni Banquet for ex-Ames Students. The alumni of Iowa State College announces u«vo item—"~~ — --»•-, ; he is strongly in favor of municipal ownership of the Algona Light and Water plant; that he Is for strict law enforcement and stands for all things that tend to the betterment of Algona and the community. He states that H For Girls and Misses Exquisitely fashioned $1,98 $2,98 $5,95 of white chiffon or crepe in attractive styles. With long sleeves. Exceptionally low priced. Be sure and see them. Big assortment to choose from. best for the city on . . Everyone who has attended Iowa State College as a stud- gal. WJUI/G jc»u "•« f— «--—--- seed oil 89c per gal.—Gamble stores 39 ^ Pe rmanent Wave Special We have installed another new permanent wave machine and until March 28 will give: Frederic and Croquignole Waves Naivette 7.50 Frederic Combination Waves 8.50 Miss Phylida Sonerholm, formerly of the Marigold Shop No. 2, is now at this shop. Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 279 Algona, Iowa. or with the farm bureau office" in Algona. Any alumni in the county are eligible for this meeting. There will be a seventy.rfl.ve cent dinner followed by a program which will ir elude a speaker from Ames. It is strictly a social affair with no purpose of benefitting any department of the cdUege < Reservatlotns are to be in not later than Tuesday, March 17. This meeting will be In keeping with a custom that Is growing in other parts of the state to hold alumni meetings on or near the date of the college birthday, which is March 22. Friday, March 20, has been designated this year as Iowa State Day. Husbands and wives of the alumni are also Invited. If you know of any ex-Iowa State College students send in their names to E. R. Morrison, Algona. The alumni need not be graduate students. Algona Girls in Morningside Choir. Two Algona girls will appear with the Morningside College choir at the Methodist church here March 17. The girls are Dorothy Sellstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sellstrom and Harriett Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith. The girla are graduated of the Algona high school and ate freshmen at Momingside, \ Tiny Frocks for Tiny Tots New Spring Dresses Priced at 89c $1.38 to $2,95 98c Panty Dresses, jumper effects and— oh, yes — even party dresses. Beautiful assortment in gay, bright colors and lovely combinations. We suggest you come in now and select several at these unusually. low prices. *' ; ; BLOOM'S STORE f

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