i~Af§dnaf Upper ffes Mdlhef 1 tueitlety, April 27, 1948 Something to Crow About We're mighty proud of our newly decorated store room and the brand new carpet in the readv to wear department and we invite you all to come in and see these improvements. All these changes are but evidences of our constant desire to serve vou better. As we enter our 78th year of business in Kossuth County, we dedicate ourselves anew , to our unchangeable policy of sslling only GOODS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY. Few stores can boast of a more continuous record for excellence. That is why we occasionally "crow" about ourselves. Wouldn't you too? Come in this week and !oa!< around. The New Spring materials and garments wi!l convince you that we are truly North Iowa's Greatest Department Store. society Birthday Mrs. W. W. Annis celebrated a birthday anniversary Thursday! A small group of friends had luncheon with her at the "Euro* pean hotel and then Went to her home for dessert and -coffee. Af j lernoon hours were spent visiting. Out-of Town Quests— At the.Alig-John wedding dinner last Monday the guests from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John, Richard and Shirley from Manddn, *No. Dak,; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bahling and Janet, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson, Lakota; Gene Olson, Iowa City; Mrs. Louise Jolen, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wallukait, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. D. E. "Weidman and Jerry, Chicago, 111.; Merle Herbers, Bancroft; Mr. arid Mrs. co. .Besch and Mary Jane, Buf- 'alo Center; Genevieve Alig of Mason City; Leland Alig, Es- herville; and Steve Gerdetle, Armstrong. A flitihday Mr. and Mrs, Henlf gave a birthday dlfffiet, day evening, Aptll 22, fat Ihelfr son MaVk, who waldfig yfcar old. The guert were Mr. arij| Mrt. Henry Schlek and sbft Richard, Mr. and Mrs. George Gink of Wesley, Mr. -and Mrs. LeUIS Cink and Sylvia Ann, Mr. arid Mrs. Pevry Phillips, Emil Afndorfdr and family of St. Benedict and Anita Simon. The Seventy-five club of the First Lutheran church will meet tomorrow evening, Wednesday, • April 28. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scv- erson and Mr. and Mrs. Oayle Haase are to be hosts. Annual Choir Dinner— An annual dinner for the choir nembers, their wives and hus- jands, was held Thursday evening in the Methodist church clin- ini; room. Covers were laid for 50. 'The dinner was served by members of different church circles. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was chairman and her assistants were Mrs. Carl Irclan, Mrs. Leon Mcr- "itl, Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mrs. Cid. Spear, and Mrs. Lester DeBolt. Table decorations were toy balloons and streamers of pastel colored crepe paper. The entertainment was in charge of Sue Hutchison and Dale Collins. Additional dinner guests were Mrs. Anton Didriksen, president of the W. S. C. S., and Mr. Didriksen, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Lighter. Dr. •nd Mrs. F. E. Sawyer were invited as members of the church's music committee; other members -ire Mrs. A. E. Laiiritzcn and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, who arc also members of the choir. Robert Richardson was named president of the choir for next year and Mrs. Duane Lights, treasurer. Outgoing officers are Mrs. Craig Vinson and Harriett Vining. i* ; V' and Mr. and Mrs. Lorert Tliomp- son are entertaining the Concor- d u a S0 u de u ty of WpiPkst Lutheran church this evening. Irvington Hometnakers— i «aer club met Thursday, April 22, at the home .of Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley with Mrs. Gilbert Hafi greaves as co-hostess. ' J, 1 wa | a" annual election 'of officers* Those named^.fo' office for next year Were Mrs. Marie Frankl, president; Mrs, Harley Hanson, vice president; Mrs E A. Gudcrian, secretary; and Mrs. Perry Phillips, assistant* secretary and treasurer. r^- • The business meeting-'^as fbl- lovved bva project lqssoh;on consumer buying by Mrs. Guderian. Mrs. Henry Scheppmari, senior, presented a surprise number. The next meeting wilHBo May 27 at the home Of Mrs.' Glenn Gabrielson. The program will be on the theme Of Mother's Day with Mrs. Clarence' Maw'dsley in charge. Bridge Club Meets — • Mrs. G. D.- Allen was hostess to her bridge club members Friday evening. -Prizes were wori bv Mrs. Merle Pratt .and Mrs! Dick Cowan. Mrs. Phyllis Kelly was a guest. Ai Eirlhday Dinner- Mr, nnri Mrs. James Bpettger; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kearney, and Mr. and Mrs. Menno Behrends went to Humboldt, Sunday, to attend a birthday dinner and supper at the Dale Behrends' in celebration of Mrs. Behrends's birthday. Mrs: Behrends is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Boettger. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Behrends, Humboldt. 1OO% PURE Pennsylvania Oil This is Bab-/ Week af the CHRISCHILLES STORE. And what a treat we have in store for you—such perfectly adorable things for the most treasured possession in any family. Everything from v/earing garments to rattles—you'll find real class and distinction in the infants merchandise we show. Things that vou won't find elsewhere-different, exclusive—especially nTce for gifts for the tot that "has everything". You'll find just the right gift here. See our show windows filled with pretty things for baby. Then come in and look over the large assortment in the Infants Department—packed with hundreds of useful articles, moderately priced. • Reduces engine wear • Money back guarantee You cannot buy a finer oil anywhere in the world at this price. Comparison can prove its merits! ; tock up now and save wisely. The Friendly Sto/9 -| Ch rsc | || hill BEFORE YOU DECORATE AND BE SURE IT'S HOMEGUARD INSULATION .• • Cu»« Fwsl Cesti up to 35% • Or« a itr Y»ar Round Csmfozt • f»fy InilalloJion P«« ( H NOW . . . befor* you jfgrt »p f in 9 d«qnin 9 ... get a FREE E$T(MAT| on the low cott of thli bettor inwlation •erviee. Our trained crew* d» (t quicker—better! oum v*roup vun***. .,>:; ;> . / Algoflft MeJHeffjftsI, y^uth - were ftiofijf m J$ttftg» U«6pk from hurches in tKe area 1 to attend a the^ille, Suftday fcHeiffioah and evenlftl;.. Thd wdflhiji SerVlcis was 1ft chafge^f the tfistfict cab* inet, assisted by the Rev. Robert Phillips of LUVerfte,-YoisHtf pen-, pie ffom the Al|pfla fchdrch who attended: Pats'y Bt-fthd, fiods Ap« plegate. Dale Cbllins, Ronald Mutchift|s, Janet Redlnl, Betty Deafchs, Mrs. A. E. Lauritaen and the Rev. O. W. Brand; If «i W»ds_ Forrest ives and Miss Eunice McQlackin of Royal, la., were married Saturday. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. B. Bauer at St. Cecelia's rectory. Witnesses were the Bridegroom's brother and sister , Roland and Ruth Ives, Mr. Ives is Kossuth wvuuKr -;x-ij,; jruuui" juauei. ojiiie SwtJte .ttje%a wMdifi^w *m BM ?etafftift| wl|l .raw/fit, p IpattmeTM hfcfc ,in' .wfifch m Ives has fetfently, been' keeplfig h6use, - -; Mr, attd.Mrs. entertained their- eittochle' d fVidajr eYehingi - -Mlgh- ami l score ptlies' were .'W6h by Mrs. William BestenlehfleP and Mf. Bestettlehner fespe0tively,< Mr. tlnd Mfs. -J; 3. Wadlelgh had their daughter. arid^ori*ln* law, Mr. and Mrs. Jrthn Phillips bf loWa Falls as Weekend'guests. Sunday they entertained at dinner, other-guests being Mr..arid Mrs. Tom JDailey 'aftd their daughter MrsTJYA, VoriDer Ifcte^ ghan of Oakland, Calif., in ccle* bration'of the birthdays "of Mr< Phillips ahd Mr.,Dalley. t • f , ,., *^ - evefiiftg, i, 1ft J^TeWfaUoh ef the i' Hilda Gran wall, , es '6! ^600" wete lh' play, w^lth •*ai8h;SCdife ^jd*es being won .RaJph Mbe and. Walter ' l&w scoi-'e prizes go- TedJohftsonandROy h was served at the evenlrtl, Mfg. Or with gifts. filrihd.y '-blrthday^ tif Mrs. Duafte Was defebfated last week Monday evening ,at a card party With the" following guests In at- '-danee! Messrs, and MesdameS • Kft^g, Roy , Haag, Keith Wley, Ed 'Thlssefl, Eugene Thissen, 'Mesdames Joan Scott, Hilda QfonWall, Archie Dodds, Djodds. Mrs. Ed This- 4 „/;>',..,< \ ' * f -VV v ••"', ?"' jp "'.' • ' •' '' \i;, soft ahtliSatn Hflatf. fid ' Snaffle iart Sftftftet e at & miftellarTeotfS showe? $eek Sufcday ^afternoon dd ffiofttery to June Rath, ef tt6<&, wha ls t belftf mSfWs summe* to Maurice Weisttfdd of Fefttoti, Other guests were .the ho'npree'a mother, sister &rtel 'sis* te,t<; nlaw r Mff. Hafver ' Rfiffi, 6»is 'lath and, Mn, eiiftldft ain", LMW Rbekj MM,' -tank 2 ettet. W,e-si BeHdj,MfS. ttcrfftatt WwiftWe* and Mra, Hewy Chris* teftsen, Lu Verne^ Mfs._Mede wmi and Mrs. iafti Chafnpioft. Ga'mes, wefe playctl aid, after Mils Rath had openea the' gifts, light Were sei-ved, refreshments WANT ADS BftlNatt RESULTS IP IT'S NEW8, WJ8 WAMf If! v Whpf'j.inorfl'eoMfortwble to wear, and what liicks more casually right than one of the .HUB'S eqsy^tting sport coats? Featured are tWeeds^and tweed mixture^ that can hob-nob wlifi',eir<y, pair pf slacks you choose to wear th'erVi with. " y V V V 4' •4 •New rUgged but trim Corduroy sport coats> $18.50 to $22,50 .'' • • ••,••- M Adcj pleasure and spice to your $ymmer ward robe wifh the cool comfort of McGregor r slacks. Mighty easy to relax in, and mighty hard »o J wear out. The name McGregor meqns scitisfaction in every seam. Flannels, , gabardines, Bedford cords, Glen plaids and worsteds. All 100% virgin wools/ $13.50 up HERE- : the HUB'S sport shirt stock anticipates mild 'Wither. Smartly cut, they are' worn for a<five sports or business and dress-up. Featuring 'McGregors' in new shades and long or short; sleeves. $3.95 and $5 AND HERE-- is a new world of walking and straight* out foot pleasure, Handsome Weyenberg, loafers give you sljpperTlike cpmfort, enhanced by rich qppearance and stvrdy construction. Get maximum mileage from a pair ef Weyenberg loafersl ^ $8.95 ;.'" ' • . f - <i — ' 'v.
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