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round Algona gufests Id*'several days last $feek,.her ttfphew ana wife; ibr. id Mrs Ftatk Gbteh of San •} - y/~ ~ ' , ? _ a«d Mfs-lWais Isa&esdn have rfturried frott, fiLofchester, N. Y. vhere tftey attended a school on olbfed film sjrtmsored by the ,Co. ,"• „ ftebeka^i Itxfoe will meet Tues- d£y, Sept: s 22; i at th4. Moose hall f£r a 6»30 ! p,otluck supper. Bach to,bring a cover tattle service. member eu dish ,, Mr and Mrs* Harold Hobson fttfent the weekend- at West Union whet,e they visited Mrs itbbson's fattier, ' Lawrence Trae- &r> Sr - , _ 0 _ , ••bit and Mrs Irvin L t Seeman 'adftd son, Eugene, and Mr arfd Mrs Alan Hunt and daughter, Marsha, olLeMesa, Cal. visited at the par- p^tal John Seeman home recently^ ' ; " ; : " ' Sept.' 9-10. He reports th%iihe! people of Algona. we heading Intd o$e, ol the finer autumn seasons for new and better movies thai* has been enjoyed in many veari The meeting was held at the Blue Horizon Motel in Clear Lake. »/ Dr. R. J. thissen was honored with a surprise farewell pafty Saturday evening at the Moosfe Lodge hall. About 100 persons attended. Surprise guests were his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs A. J* Soppe, St. Petersburg, Florida, and his son and wife, Mr and Mrs fid Thissen, Waterloo. "Doc" is retiring from his chiropractic practice here ana left Wednesday, to make his home in St. Petersburg He was one o! the first persons W* practice the chiropractic method, 50 years ago. He has closed his office here, ana may, after a vacation, have a limited practice in Florida. " Zela Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Bhi had its first meeting of the y^ar, Sept. u 14 at the home, of Mrs Phil Ballard. Plans were made for fall rushing and it war. voted, to help with the preparation of the office for the United Fund drive. • Mrs Elsie Hansen and Mr and Mrs Wade- Hansen and family were in Omaha on Labor Day where ^they took the letter's son Dirk to enter- Creighton university. 'They spent the night with Mr and', Mrs Rudy, Harig at Le' Mars. Mrs Harig is the former Laura Hansen. 5 "United Presbyterian Women 'are meeting today (Thursday) for a one o'clock pot-luck luncheon Circle C, Mrs Ivan Long, chairman, -, js in charge of arrange• mente. Mrs George St. John will giVe devotions 'and the program is k, book t review 'by Mrs Harlan Sigsbee. s' Mr and Mrs -Cal Callesen and spns, Kirk and Kevin of San Jose, .Calif, spent a week at the Clarence Metzger home. Mrs Callesen, will be remembered, ar Shirley Metzger. Relatives held a picnic, at West Bend, Grotto Sunday noon in their honor. They left Monday and plan to visit at Portland,.., Ore., before heading Home. * - i Nelda Meyer Is Honored At Burl Shower B\irt — Relatives nnd friend* were present at a miscellaneous bridal shower given for Neldr Meyer Saturday evening in St John's Lutheran church at Burt After group introductions, a short program was given as follows: vical selections by Joan Johnson; readings by Velma Lavrenz and a piano duct by Judy and Jane Mitchell. Helping with gifts were Ruth Erickson, Norma G*tton and Barbara Dremmel Lynda Miller had charge of thr guest book. Hostesses were BeulS Bait Florence Andersons-Ruby Davis Loretta Ditsworth, Ethel Dremmel, Kate Groen, Ruby Hinck ley. Lottie Isenbcrger, Marge Lavrenz, Nettie LaVrenz, Velma Lavrenz, • Lynda Miller, Phyllis Miller,; Gertie Moore, Kate Neit zel, Ida McVay, Clara Reynolds Ella Sigsbee, Helen Steward Jean Locfcwood, Shirley Reimer; and Betty Webb. Miss Meye: will be married to John W. Rasl Sept. 20 in Immanuel Lutheran church at 'Lotts Creek. They will make their home in Algona where both are employed. Relative Dies , 'M.r and Mrs R. Satoff accompanied Mr and Mrs Louis Dogotch of Emmetsburg to Elma Salur- day having been called there, by the death of a ;son-in-law of the Satoffs, John Besch, who died Friday following a^hcart attack. Funeral services were held church. Mr Henry Wlcse is a patMm at thfc University ttesf>itals,, City, following sttrgery last Sherry Clabaugh, above, daughter of Mr' and Mrs Floyd of Lakota, la. was one day and 'burial was in the Rice' vi lie cemetery. The deceased is survived by his widow, the forrn- J. O, llenbdarger is at fh«| Henry Anderson home Jifeafl Logaq tor A visit.* „, Mr and Mrs Walter' Steward attended the Steward family reunion held at Austin, Minn, Sunday last week. Others from this community attending were Mrs Clifford Abbas arid girls, Roger Steward and Eugene Ste? Ward/ • , t Mrs Bertha Mimsmith returned Sunday after several weeks spetit-1 with relatives in Illinois ahd Wisconsin. Fortnightly Club will meet with Jenny Rieb;hoff Sept. 18 The first Band Mothers meeting will be held this evening, Sept. 17, at' the schobl. Mr and Mrs Ed Abbas and fam-, ily have moved to Bode where ha will be employed. Mrs Mary Patterson and Charles were visiting friends in Burl last week and were overnight guests of Erna Bnars. ' Wm..F. Batt with Mr 'and Mrs Robert Angus went to Iowa City Sunday and brought Mrs Batt home. She had been a patient at the University hospitals for seven Weeks, but is improved in health, following treatment.. Mrs William E. Ernst of Northbrook, 111. came Wednesday and Mrs Orville O. White of Nashville, Tentt. came Friday morning and will attend the wedding Of their brother; John W. Rash Sun day. * * Mrs Ella Sigsbee spent Friday with: the Gordon Sigsbee family and in the evening- they all wer^ at the Serb Bohrends homts in, Huhrboldt. - : C Mr and Mrs Walter , Klamp and Mrs Rose' Sigsbee, Algona. called on Mrs Lottie Isenberger Sunday. Jay D. Graham went to Denver, Colo, where he 'has visited his brother, AH Graham and fam Florence Hammer, is attending commercial college at Mnnftato Minn. Robert Zeirrmt, son of Mr nnd Mrs Sugone Zeimei, will leave Sept. 20 for St. Ambrose College in Davenport where he will attend College. v Diane Suhumneher of Fort Dodge spent the weekend here with Mary Lou Gales and also '.visited with other classmates Ot last year when she was an ftlh grade student in St. Joseph's .School, % "Alice Bominfin, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Bormnnn, has returned to Anies to attend lows Slnto University. .'Ray Langfitt. manager of thci Algona; and Drive-In Theatrer has just returned from a meeting of more than 40 theatre:managers of the Central States of a class of 75 who-graduated Sunday evening, Aug. 30. from the Methodist - Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester. - Sherry was honored when she was 1 announced .as 'being' fourth high in her class .and was ;given a J. H. Kahler medal "and pin. Each, year there are ;two John H. Kahler Memorial';scholarships of $500 : each given for advanced study in nursing. Sherry received one of the $500 scholarships as the second/'girl,:was: not going to use it. ".'. '• •-. Sherry has accepted,a pp'&ition at the Billings Research hospital in Chicago i'or about a'year. After that she intends to, attend college for two years to receive a Bachelor of" Science degree in Nursing.' Mr and Mrs Kenneth KickbuSh Theatrp Algona, wore Sunday callers al Corp., held at Clear Lake^Iowa. theJR^ay^jond'Westlmg home. Oftosen Group Names Officers For New Year Otioson — The United Presby- .terian Women met Friday afternoon with Mrs Mike Frohllng and Mrs Sam Kropf as hostesses :Thpy voted to buy a new lawn jmower. Scripture was given by Mrs Frohllng and the lesson was -given by Mrs Ra'loh Richnrds. Election of _, officers wns held. 'with all being reelectcd except Mrs Eugene Hofius, who was •"secretary but who declined.. Tho president is Mrs Albert Thoraen» vke president, Mrs Ralph Richards, secretary, Mrs Essie Cooper, nnd treasurer, Mrs Earl LofJg. A family gathering wns held at the Ed Von Bank home at Rolfe Sundny. Mr nnd Mrs LeRoy Worby and family wore afternoon visitors. Mrs Rnlph Richnrds 1 aistpr, Mrs J. B. Christiansen, hor niece, Mrs Vcrnon Christiansen nnd> daughter Judith of Marshall. Minn came Saturday. Mrs Ktenants accompanied thorn to Itum-boldl where they nttcndod funeral a-er- vices for Jess Vcrbrugge. Mrs Martin Moycr was surprised Wednc'sdny evening by her daughter-in-law, Mrs V I c I o r Meyer in honor of hor birthday Guests were Mr and Mrs Mike Coylo, Mr and Mrs Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Roy Tel ford nnd Mr nnd Mrs Lester Wchrspnnn and Mrs Anna Moycr nnd Elsio of Fonlon. Mr nnd Mrs Knul Oppedahl and sons nnd Oscar Oppcdnhl at- londcd the wedding of Richard Oppedahl to Annette Salmon at Lei-ris, S. D. Sept. 6. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Worby were sponsors for Bruce Alan Hnlsrud, son of Mr nnd Mrs Mini- rice Halsrud at his baptism Sun- clay at the Lutheran church al Bocle, They were dinner guests ut the Halsrud home. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnom went to Ames Saturday evening. The Watnems returned hornr Sunday evening, visiting the- Paul thufidciy, Sept. 17, 19S9 AlflOflft (fe.) Up|»r Wntnems at Klemme on tho way Mr and Mrp Ear! Olson entertained Sundny for their daughter, Mrs Mflrlyn Pflibsen's birthday. Besides the Pflibsen family of Bode, other guests were l>r. and Mrs Wm. Olson and family of Charles City. 'Mrs Selmn Nelson enjoyed a visit from all -h.* children over the Labor Day wenkend, Mrs Lydin Nickson of tlarrip- tnn visited Thursday with Mrs Kssic Cooper. Fndiiy Mr find Mrs Donald Cooper and two son* and Nancy and Mrs Essie Cooper took Mrs Nickson to her home. •They continued'on to McGregor nnd Decofnh ami into Minnesota where they visited the Clyde Coopers nt Dexter, returning home Sunday evening. Ray Powell of Dysaft visited at the Arthur Peterson homo from Tuesday until Saturday. Sunday guest,'; were Mr nnd Mrs Robert Sehweibert of Webster City, nnd in the evening Mr nnd Mrs Virgil Williams inul fnmily of Livermore. Mrs Neal Olson's birlhrlny wns Sept. IS, but liev fnmily came Sundfiy evening for the occasion Attending wero Mr and Mrr Lancelot Johnson nnd Mr tin*'. Mrs Delmer Gonder arid family of Thor, Mrs C. W. Havilnnd and Cornel in Anderson of Humboldt nnd Mr nnd "Mrs Lloyd Intennill and Lloyd Jr. of Fort Dodge. t The Bernard Streils entertained their card club Sunday evening. Guests Were Mr and Mrs LcRoy Wnrby. LoKoy Worby had high and Charles ' Mrs Vic Youflgwirth Wpt s Mrs LeRoy Worby lo^, Mr and Mr« Bartsad and two sons visited at tfte Davis home at Yankton, ft over the Labor Day wafk Their daughter K&9 stayed hfer grandparent*, Mr attd . Genrge Slreit al Whittemorfe Mrs George Nickson of ton and N-aomi StrutherS Wedrtfsday afternoon visitof» the Walaon Strulhers. Mrs J nie Struthcrs of Coiorado Springs,, Colo, and Mnj ' 1 wore Friday evening visitors. Surtday afternoon visitors at the Raln'h Struthars to honor the birthdays Strulhers, 7, and Allan , 9. wore Mr nnd Mrs Emmet Hanson of B'radgale. Mr and Mrs Ger-' aid Hanson of Havelock, Mr and Mrs fcugenc Struthcrs and family and Mr and Mrs Watson Struth- ors. Mrs Kate Jaer.bson of Mallard visited from Tueslay until Thursday with Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. Mrs Jennie Struthers of Colorado Springs, Colo, came Saturday to visit Mrs W. E. Hurtdert- rnnrk and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Paul Berninghaua of For I Dodge visited Sunday evening at the Anlone Speich's, •Mr and Mrs W. H|. Wehrspann visited Sunday afternoon with Mr nnd Mrs Henry Kroeger at West Bend. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT er Ellen Satoff and one daugh- .er, LaRee, 3, as well as brothers, sisters and Bother close relatives. Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling and Mr and Mrs Ronald Orbman were at v the Besch home Sunday Lorena '• Riebhoff spent last weekend with her parents, the Lance Rietohoffs. Miss Riebhoff _.'__ assistant princiijal in the McKee School, DCS Moines. VR-J-W. Taylor of Dawson, Minn, spent Friday night at the Wm. F: ! Batt home. /Due to the cool day, the Birthday Circle annual picnic, to have been "held in the Burt Park, was enjoyed at the Jessie Rash home Thursday. , , The Burt WW-will hold their annual Poppy Sale Sept. 26, The Goodwill truck will be in Burt Sept. 30. Materials may be left'with Mrs G. O. McF.arland before Wednesday. Sept. 22 has been set as the ily, his sons, Joe Graham and Melvin Graham and families; and the family 'of Mrs Merwyn Graham. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner ._ Rev. Eugene J. Luckey.-C.P.- P.S,. a missionary of the Precious Blood, will conduct a one week mission in St. Joseph's church, Sept. 20 to 27. Holy Hour will toe held Friday in St. Joseph's church at 8 p.m. , Gerald Berte, son of Mr and Mrs 'Joe Berte, a sophomore and George Illg, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Illg, a freshman, will attend Divine Word Seminary a East Troy, Wis.' date for the fall cleaning of ,thjj - David fe;A IIamrney. „. Miss This Event ED-HOT BUYS FRIDAY & ATURDAY DISH TOWELS 30 x 30 Inches Washed — Bleached Unhemmed FOR DOWNSTAIRS iFT DEPARTMENT Many, Many Gift Items for Showers, Bridge Prizes and Personal Use. Priced at . and Up B FANCY Sofa Pillows Filled With Poly-Foam !?LAIN or BUTTON CENTERS LADIES Irqncy Rayon PANTIES Nylon Trims — Regular & ^Extra Sizes 2 pair $1 LADIES Man-Tailored BLOUSES Wash and Weor For Easy Care, Plain Colors & Fancy Prints Sizes 32,38 $2 BOYS Long-Sleeved POLO SHIRTS Finest Combed Yarns - iNylon-Thread Neck Bands, Tape -- Seamed Shoulders $1 LADIES FANCY TEA APRONS Crisp Nylpns & Fancy Prints Many Different Styles sl.OO TWEED RUGS x 44 Inches Latex-Back In a Host of Beaytifyl Colors OFF-WHITE Sheet Blankets SIZE 70x9$ $titch«?cl Ends NEW FAIL COSTUME JCfiCLK i Earrings ^Pins Necklaces — Matching 5et§ DOORS OPEN AT 9 SHARP $ FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT. Suede , Flannel, Sanforized, Full Cuts, Large Assortment of Plaids and Checks. - Sizes 6 to 16. Men's Shirts Dress Shirts — White and Colored, Sport Shirts — Fancy Patterns. We have all sizes 14'/2 to 17. Ladies' Fsr Daytime Sheer, Dressy Self- Seams, Lovely Soft Fall Shades. Perfect Quality. - BVz to 11. Dish Towels All Perfect, Bleached White, Large Sizes. Stock Up & Save I For Dress and Work - Soft Pliable Leather - All New Styles - Sizes 6'/z to 11. Children's Shoes Quality Shoes with no-marking soles and heels. Styled in smart new lines and materials. Sizes BVz to 3. Large Selection of All Styles, Heels, Flals, Wedges, Oxfords, Straps, Sizes from 4V 2 to 10. All Fall Colors FOR THE LADIES' 36 Orion Knit Dresses $11.00 60 Ladies' Dresses ____* $ 5,00 36 Ladies' Blouses $ 2 -°° 48 Ladies' Slacks, Pedal Pushers $ 2.00 24 Rain & Shine Coats $ 5.00 12 Ladies Suits $ 5.00 FOR THE MEN 200 White T-Shirts, good fitting 2 for $ 1.00 420 Anklets — cotton argle and stretch nylon - 2 for $ 1.00 240 Ties— fancy four hand 2 for $ 1.00 120 Sport shirts, short sleeves $ 1-00 240 Knit Briefs S-M-L 3 for $ 1.00 120 Men's Felt Hats J-- $ 5.00 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS [600 Boys' Anklets newest colors „_-.„-- 3 for $ 1.00 [260 Boys' White T-Shirts, good fitting 2 for $ 1.00 [96 Boys' Corduroy Pants, 1120 Boys' Sport Shirts, fancy patterns $ 2,00 [i fancy patterns >~ $ 3,00 36 Boys' Jackets, quilt lining $ 4,00 '' - ' __._^ m^^^^f^mmmmmm*f*^^***^ m FOR THE HOME 400 Yds, 80-sq, Percale 4 Yds, $ 1,00 300 Yds. 27" Outing Flannel __ 5 for $ 1.00 6X> Pillow Cases, 42 x 36 4 for $ 1,00 48 Bedspreads, 2 si$es _____.-_--_ $ 3,00 ,72 Iron Pads & Covers ,— $ 1.00 120 Sofq Pillows —~ ~ $ 1*00 100 BAGS CASHP HAIVES 36 Ladies' Bras . 2 for $ 1.00 240 Ladies' Panties 3 for $ 1.00 120 Rayon Slips $ 2.00 320 Assorted Jewelry, 3 pcs. $ 1.00 18 Ladies'Gowns $ ^-O 0 26 Ladies' Gowns $ 2.00 120 Anklets 3 for $ 1.00 600 Chore Gloves 3 for $ 1.00 400 Dungarees, 11 !4-oz. $ 2.00 42 Men's Suits — $38.00 72 Men's Dress Slacks _ $ 5.00 36 -Men's Jackets J $ 4.00 24 Men's Winter Caps $ I-O 0 120 Work Socks, lOVi to 12 __ 5 for $ 1.00 60 Boys' Dress Slacks, juvenile $ 2.00 360 Training Pants, double crotch —— 5 for $ 1.00 36 Girls' Slacks $ 2.00 24 Girls'Blouses $ 1-00 60 Girl's Sweaters $ 1-00 60 Jeans, Sizes 3 to 8 $ 1-00 72 Children's T-Shirts „ 2 for $ 1.00 60 Girls' Pajamas 2 for $ 1.00 200 Cotton Sheet Blankets _-36 Blankets, wool & blends 60 Cannon Towels ~ 3 for 60 Panels Evej-bn 60 Shoe Racks, metal ,_„„„„ 12 TV Trays __„___— 300 Yds. Corduroy, washable ,- 1 « f t f f $ 1,QQ $ S.OQ $ 1,00 $ 1,00 $ l.OQ $ 1,00 it,!'',>

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