4-AI§6na (la.) Upp§? Oti Mftints thurtday, §«pt. 2$, 1$55 Will Martineks of Wesley Back From San Francisco Wesley—Mr and Mrs Will Mai tinek and her nephew, Forrest Adolf, of Hartley arrived home Sunday from a 10-day auto trip to Richmond, Calif, where they visited Mrs Martinek's brother, Herman Adolf and family. They enjoyed a visit to Redwood forest, Burbank Memorial Park, Vineyards District, San Francisco, crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and 'ferried across the San Francisco Bay. They came home thru New Mexico and Arizona and drove two days thru hard rain. Visits In Chicago Joe Johnson, son of Mrs Helen Johnson, left Sunday morning with a group of men from several other towns on a trip to Chicago, to go thru the Republic Steel plant. Joe is employed at the Farmers Co-Operative Lumber Company. Banns of Marriage Banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Donald Hanig, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig, and Jay Curran of Corwith. She will be honored at a bridal shower Sunday Oct. 2 at parish hall at 2 o'clock. They will be married here on Oct. la. Missionaries On Visit Rev. and Mrs Christian Chris- lensen home on furlough from a mission in South Africa, attended the Evangelical Free Church services here Sunday. He was guest speaker. Rev. and Mrs Christensen were housegucsls of Mrs Ida F'unnemark. Ladies Aid mel Wednesday, Sept 28, in the Raymond Carlson home with Mrs Oscar John- son as assistant hostess. •IJev. R. E. Ekstedt, a missionary from Venezuela gave a talk. The local congregation plan to attend Harvest Home festival at Upper Flat Church Sunday, Oct. 2, so Sunday School will be at 9:30 that day. / Birthday Surprise Wm. Hrubes was honored at a surprise birthday parly Tuesday evening, Sepl. 20. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan, Mr and Mrs George Wellik and family of Britt and Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Bill. Guests brought and served a delicious I EXTRA! 1.00 HOLDS JACKET! SELECT NOW! PAV LATER! It's as simple as that! Select the jacket of your choice, pay only $1 down and we'll lay it away for you. Balance may be paid when jacket is picked up, or use our convenient payment plan. Make Zender's your jacket headquarters this fall by selecting now and pajing later! LOWEST PRICES IN MANY YEARS We're going to sell hundreds of jackets, so we've marked them at prices that'll amaze you. Never before have we had such quality jackets at such low prices. Come in and compare! SELECTION EVER SHOWN! Our store is chock-ful of jackets, surcoats and parkas. About every style, length, color, etc. will be found in our stock. You name il and we think we will be able to satisfy you. Don't buy until you see our v/ide selection. JACKETS-SURCOATS-PARKAS For Every Occasion - School, Work, Dress! , ' ^ * GREETINGS TO ALL BAND FESTIVAL VISITORS! ZENDER "Where Quality is Inexpensive" 1 lunch and a birthday cake. Wm. Hrubes attended a managers meeting of the Standard Chcfnical Mfg. Co. at Spcncct Saturday. Successful Benefit The Chicken dinner and bazaar put on by the St. Joseph's parish members in the parish hall Sunday evening was very well patronized by Wesleyans and by many from neighboring towns. The three quilts made and donated by Mrs Sophia Hildman were auctioned of by Rich Reil- in Kenneth Boughton of Brill bought the first one, Ben Sch- routh bought the second one which he donated back and il was sold to Frank Grant. John Weig purchased the last one. Return For Visit Sister Samuel and Sister Rosalinda of Rockwell City were guests of the nuns of St. Joseph's parochial school Sunday. Sister Rosalinda taughl in the local school several years ago. They saw thru the new convent here which is nearing completion. Frank Kutz brought the nuns up and visited relatives during the day. Back From Vacation Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker returned Monday evening from a week's vacation spcnl in northern Minnesota. New Arrival A baby girl was born Sept. 23 at Britt hospital to Mr and Mrs Alvin (Babe) Johnson of Kanawha. Mrs Johnson is the former Janice Hall, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hall of Britt formerly of Wesley. Mrs Nora Daniels of Flandreau, S. D. is visiting her niece, Mrs Urban Lickteig and family. A dinner was held Sunday at the Lickteig home in her honor. Others who attended were Mr and Mrs John Muehe and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fur- burger. Mr and Mrs Alvin Eden art proud parents of their first child, a 6 pound, 10 ounce daughter born Saturday morning, Sept. 24, al Mercy hospital, Mason Ciiy. She has been named Judith Ann. Ruth Muehe of Albert Lea, Minn., daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Barney Muehe and Leo Fuller were married at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Albert Lea, Sept. 3. Mr and Mrs Urban Lickteig attended a shower in their honor Thursday night at Albert Lea Mr and Mrs J. F. Erdman of Omaha came Thursday for a week's visit with his brother, Matt Erdman and family. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton were business callers in Des Moines Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Lawrence Ricke, brother of Lou and George Ricke and Mrs Geo. Goetz, is seriously ill at a Rochester hospital. His wife is the former Marie Froehlich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Froehlich. Mr and Mrs John McAllister of Cresco spent the weekend with their cousins, Mr and Mrs Louis Lickteig and family. Mr and Mrs Dwight Biuns and family spent Sunday, Sept. U.5. in State Center visiting her mother and sister. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Oct. Li, with Mrs Eileen Johnson und Mrs Bernie Haimltt;". as hostesses. Marilyn Hughes and Janet Riehtsmeier, students at Good Council Academy, spent the weekend here with home folks. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich, he of Ames and she of Des Moines spent the weekend in their home here. Calvin Meincke of Jamaica spent the weekend in the N. F. Weber home and took his wife, the former Margaret Jean Weber, home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Carlson and Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson attended the wedding of John Carlson to Mary Jean Tetters Sunday, Sept. 25. at '2 o'clock in the Algona Methodic Church. Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson accompanied the Lloyd Gerbers of Algona to Spiiit Lake Sunday, Sept. 25, to visit Mr and Mrs Kenneth Donovan and family. Simpsons remained for a several day's visit. J. P. Studer drove to Mankato Friday evening to get Kathleen, Janet RichtMiieier and Marilyn Hughs, students at Good Council Academy who spent till Monday afternoon with home folks. Mrs Richtsmeier took them back Monday. Virginia Studer, who is attending Hamilton's BuMness College al Mason City, spent the weekend at her parental, J. P. Studer home. Mr and Mrs M. T. Rye of Emmons, Minn, were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease. The women are sisters. Tommy Forburgcr, W a Her Smith and Johnny Pfelt'er, students; at Iowa State College, Ames spent the weekend with • honi" folks. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer attended a football game at Iowa City, Saturday. Mr and Mrs Roger Doughan of Clarion visited at the parental Tom Becker and Vinent Doughan homes Sunday. Roger is employed at a grocery store and his wife is doing secretarial work. Father Gerald Wingert of Struble visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert on Thursday of last week. On Friday morning Mrs Wingert accompanied her son to Dubuque where they visited their daughter and sister, Sister Katharine and Mrs Wingert's brother, Ray Thissen and family till Sunday night. Colix Bauer and son Cal and David Ei/enhoeter, all of St. Cloud, Minn, were over night u uests of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer one day last week. Officers of the American Legion Auxiliary hold » special mpptino. m their hull Thursday evening, I Sept. 22. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes attended funeral services of Richard Shick Thursday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church at Algona. Mrs Eva Monson and daughter moved recently from morning Sun to Washingon, Iowa; where Mrs Monson is employed by the hospital as nurses aid. Mr and Mrs Bill Robinson ana son Billy, spent Saturday till Wednesday at Finley, N. D. Tie will be stationed at an army camp there. His wife and son had lived in Madison, Wis.- The family will move to Finley about Oct. 10. Bill Kopprn and Stan Johnson spent the weekend fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Beno Simon and son and Herman Simon of Elmira, Wis. were weekend guests of Eisenbacher relative. am We're "Blowing Our Horn "Over These Band Festival Specials Thursday! Friday! Saturday! GIRLS - MISSES - WOMENS 100'' Soft Spun White Cotton PAIRS FOR The anklet that "is all the rage" because of its trioio turn-down cuif and its downy soft whiteness! They're Nylon reinforced at toe and heel, too! In packages of six pairs, so you can buy them and carry them easily! All sizes. ALMOST 4 FEET LONG! 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