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Saturday Speshuls and what SPESHULSI" Big Juice Sale! HI-C ORANGE JUICE STANDBY GRAPEFRUIT JUICE (SWEETENED) CANDELITE 8-Alflofto (la.) Upper Daj Maine* Thursday, Sept. 29, 19S5 Around Algona CatsuponiylSc MOUNTIE ~" """NO. 214 CANS FREESTONE PEACHES .. 3 for $1 SALAD BOWL , DRESSING, Quart .......... 49c MA BROWN . Strawberry Preserves ... 4 for $ I SUNKIST __ EATING ORANGES ... Doz. 29c WISCONSIN PREMIUM Beer c p" k .« iu ie HENS...Ib.39e RIBS...Ib.15c LEANPORK FRYERS Ib. 49c ROASTS Ib. 35c East End UKINSAVETOBEATTHEBANDHERE Mr and Mrs John Ferguson and children of Fort Dodge spent the weekend here with Mr Ferguson's mother, Mrs W. K. Ferguson, John manages a lumber yard in Fort Dodge. Mrs Harry Polter and Mrs Celia Deal entertained at a neighborhood coffee party Saturday in honor of Mrs Jack Herman who is moving soon to the former Merryman house on Fair street which they recently purchased. —o— The Presbyierian Guild met for dinner Monday evening at the church. The program was in charge of Mrs Orah Hudson and the devotions were given by Mrs Karl Kiilsholm. The group is composed of business women of the church. -.Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi began a series of parties with a hobo picnic at the home of Mrs Harley Haas on Tuesday evening. Other events planned are a dinner at the Johnson House in the evening, Oct. 4, and a model meeting at the Alano Club on Oct. 11. Xi-Xi, Exemplar chapter of the sorority is assisting. —o— The infant son of Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher was baptized, Thomas Eugene a week ago Sunday at St. Cecelia's church. Spon- so/s were Mr and Mrs Matt Besch of LuVerne, aunt and uncle of the baby. Mr and Mrs Fisher entertained at dinner in honor of the event. Guests besides the sponsors were the maternal grandmother, Mrs Adolph Fisher and Mrs Josephine Erpelding. Mis Lloyd Pratt entertained her bridge club a week ago Wednesday evening. Mrs Helen Randall of Mason City, houseguest of Mrs Clair Thomas, was a guest at the meeting. Mrs Tom McGraw, former member of the club rejoined, having moved here recently from ' Good Thunder, Minn. Prizes were received by Mrs Charles Simmons and Mrs R. B Waller. —0— Mary Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee, celebrated her ninth birthday Saturday with a party. Guests, classmates of the honoree, were Marilyn Miller, Nancy Muckey, Eileen Lawson, Dianne Rentz, Judy Munger, Joan E. Post, Ann Segar, Marcia Angle, Inez Jane Hudson, Patty Reiily and the grandmothers, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs Clara Pratt. Jody Challey, Lana Gerber and Colleen Lawson were unable to attend. Mr and Mr* Bill Lavall, fofmet Algonans now ,,pf. Austin, Minn, spent the weekenif hefe as guests of Mr and' Mrs Pat Jensen. Mr and Mrs WiltUf Reindftfs and family plan to move this week to their newly* completed home on Nebraska street. Mr and Mrs Ted fisher had as their weekend guests recently, Mr and Mrs, Earl Smith of Rock Rapids. ' Mrs Smith is Mr Fisher's sister. —o— Mr and Mrs Earl Grimes and children went to Woodward on Sunday where they visited Mr Grimes' father who Is seriously ill- Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs had as their weekend guests, Mrs Briggs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Ermels and Martin John of Webster City. Both couples celebrated their wedding anniversaries on Sunday . Mr and-Mrs Wilbur Reinders had as their Weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Ray Haarsma and little son, Dennis of Pipestone, Minn.. Mr Haarsma is Mrs Reinder's brother. Mr and Mrs Max Miller arrived Sunday from Davenport for a two week's visit with their daughters and son, Mrs Jerome Hardgrove, Mrs Charles Hardgrove and Irving Miller. —o— L. A. Winkel and Leo Cassell were others from Algona who attended the weekend conference at Iowa City on legal problems in connection with farm leases. Others were reported last week: Mrs Art Smith of Lewis and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jim Smith and three children of Des Moines are expected to arrive Saturday for the weekend here with Mr and Mrs H. R. Cowan, Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith and other relatives. Mrs Smith is the widow of Art Smith, brother of Mrs Cowan and D. P Smith. Mrs David Smith entertained at a birthday party Sunday .for her daughter, Sharon who was ten. The group went skating at the roller rink, followed by supper at the Smith home. Guests were Linda Percival,' Carol Kenyon, Mary Sue Hallauer and Sharon Helmers. Ann Haas was unable to attend. Mr and Mrs Clinton Sampson of Glendale, Calif, have been visiting their son and daughter- in-law, Mr .and Mrs Tom Sampson. At present they are visiting in Wisconsin but plan to re turn here for a longer time, being away from home about six weeks in all. Mr Sampson suffered heart attacks this spring but is now, doing nicely. , , ,» Have You Heard? Now I Know That Man Is The WILDEST TRADER IN TOWN! HE'LL TRADE FOR ANYTHING! Beecher's playing nursemaid to his latest trade-in - a goat - and has it tied to a parking meter in front of his store! Seeing is believing, Beechersays. REGISTER NOW Until Friday, Dec. 23 and as many times as you like for an ADMIRAL TV SET To be given away free [ust before Christmas as a special thanks to the many friends and customers, of Beecher's during the year. Come in and register as often as you like - no purchase necessary. Beecner ACCESSORY NOTES for Band Festival Visitors from CHRISCHILLES'STORE for all occasions ... our very versatile sweaters Whether you prefer them big and bulky or tiny and trim . . . you'll find your favorite sweater fashions among our and: varied :'* . collection. bright and shining Sweaters are more important than ever in the Fall fashion picture — our collection includes soft orlons and-. luxurious cashmeres from the Bernhard Altmann imported line. top 'o the season . . . beautiful Our bouquet of bonnie blouses ... so pretty with your fall and winter skirts ... so comfortable to wear and easy to care for. We are well known for our lovely blouses for the most discriminate buyer—fabulous blouses in wool jerseys, dac- ron tricots and the finest of cottons. Our new assortment is more beautiful than ever featuring glittering rhinestones and rich golds, silvers and coppers to give that added touch to your Fall wardrobe. ,' fashions in the hand . . . with our new $ 2.98 to $ 8.95 shapely and narrow or shapely and full . . . lovely skirts For campua or career . . . town or country . . handsome skirts, beautifully tailored of fine fabric. Pick several from our big group. Plaids, tweeds, plains, wool, oripn, and mixtures, sizes 8-18, to match with blouses, and sweaters. $ 6 95 to 14 95 Stop in and see our complete handbag selection if you need a new handbag for Fall—beautiful new brown tones in all shapes and leathers, finger fashion in fine Our famous line of Fownes again comes through with fashion-wise gloves featuring their hand sewn styles and luxurious fabrics of cottons and nylons. The Chrischilles Store Welcomes All Hands And Festival Queens.