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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 26, W3T James Vipond Weds— James Vipond, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Vipond of Cresco township and Kathryn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum of Whittemore, were married at Elk Point, South Dakota, Sunday, August 15. James Vipond was born and raised near Algona. He graduated from the Algona high school in the class of 1931. Since his gnrluation he has farmed with his father and will continue to do so. Mrs. Vipond was born at Garner, and lived at Whittemore for 17 years. She graduated from the Whittemore Academy in 1935. She attended the La James College of beauty culture tn Mason City, and has since worked at beauty work in Algona an Spencer. IWnner-Bridge— Thirty guests attended the bi weekly dinner bridge party at th club house at tlie Alcona 'Countrj Club. Tuesday evening. A 7:00 o'clock dinner was served. Those sen-ing on Ihe committee were W W. Sullivan, chairman. W. D Andrews Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Mrs. J M. Herbst. Ben Sorensen. C. N Aalfs. Mrs C. R. Holt. F. A. Bunting. Mrs. J. N. Kenefick. J. H Hoppe. Mrs. E. C. McMahon, W. . . . , . A. Foster, and Joe Bloom. At bridge the high score prize for women went to Mrs. J. L. Bonar. the high score prize for men to D C. Hutchison, and the cut prize to Mrs. W. T. Reidy. Party at Bart- Mrs. J. O. F. Price, Mrs. J. H. Brechtbill. Mrs. R. M. Wallace, and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson attended a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Brooks at Burt. The luncheon was held Wednesday afternoon and was given in honor of the ladles interested in flower gardens. A social afternoon was spent in which the women visited some of the most promient of the Burt flower gard- Doxswa Wed 50 Vears— A number of Algonians received announcements the first of the week of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Doxsee of Redwood City. California, which was August 24. Mrs. Doxsee was Mary Ingham. daughter of the late Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Ingham. Algonia pioneers. Mr. Doxsee was in the abstract business here years ago. Bridjre Club— Mrs. Roy Keene was hostess to the members of her bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A one o'clock luncheon was served to the eight members. Mrs. R. H. | PLEASE HELP L T S TO PREVENT DUPLICATIONS It Is the hope of the Ahronn newspapers to furnish the public with two, new, different, fresh and newsy papers eaeh Tuesday and Thursday, with a minimum of new* duplication. In every respect, both papers want all the news it Is possible to obtain, and It Is always welcome. However, when the news has been handed In to the Tuesday paper, we ask your cooperation in not handing In exactly the same story to the Thursday paper. If there is a new angle or a new development In the story, wp are overjoyed to get It, hut please help us by not giving both papers exactly the same story. Only by presenting two new papers each week can semiweekly newspaper service be maintained, and it Is generally agreed that the two-paper-a- \\pfk plan is far superior to the old method where both published on the same day, with news in many eases from five to seven days old. Neither paper now carries any spot news that is over two or three days old, and subscribers are getting quicker service, fresher news, and more paper for less money under the present plan. GIVE HOBO PARTY AT OTTOSEN FOR MEMBER LEAVING O. P. C. Club Hosts At Mrs. Anna Clave Home, Thursday Miller won the first prize at bridge Idle Hour Club— The members of the Idle Hour bridge club will meet this afternoon (Thursday) at the shelter house in he Ambrose A. Call state park 'or a one o'clock luncheon to be followed by bridge. OUR USED CAR PRICES ARE STILL LOW because our m-\v car prices have not advanced Hl'Y TODAY. Savi.- sjSO to $100. EASV TERMS OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS Maxwell Motors CARBOLATED SOAP 4 Lnok over these «0»p *nd the other vat. ue» lifted here...follow the path to nvlngi! AJTOOXEBAfl OXYDOL PKG. 21c JAV TEB SOAP CHIPS SAI.I.V .-MAY BEAUTY SOAP BAR 4 . PEACHES AND PEARS . _ .Market Price ORANGES 2 doz. 35c BANANAS . 5 Ibs. 25c IGA Si or. Jar Salad Dressing 33c IOA CAROL IK. 21 ox. Jar Peanut Butter 23c Corn Starch 8c KAIVBOW No. 10 can Peaches si or half .49d llr Cocoa ---Vo lb. pkg. 13c ° Pineapple Juice 9c '<;* -* •«• i> h «- siiv^ Fuii» « so. •:., tins| Soap Grains 17c Purple PlumS 22C| Jumbo 10 har» Van Cai.ii,-, •• No. 300 tins P & G Soap 39C Pork & Beans 17c i<;.\ B b»*,-. fut w** .\o. • .an Matches 19c Beans lOc „ t ,,. , , , . KiA Plum or ludi/i-J VegS>le Soup ..tin 9c' Salt —- 2 lb ' pkg " 8c Post Toasties _ (Juuker Puffed Wheat ! Orange Slices : pUu-.. ( 'ainjitx !!'.•> a I-.UM . 15c! Tomato Soup 22c Richardson Reunion— A Richardson family reunion was held Sunday, August 22. at the Call State Park. Those present were: Mrs. Mary Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper and sons. Earl and Merle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney and daughters, Mary Frances and Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and daughters. Shirley Ann and Darlene. all of Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richardson and their daughters. Mary Jane. Lavonne and Mrs. Jane Pierce of Lebanon. Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Richardson and children. Ruth. Del and Clnrk of Conrad. Iowa; John Keefer of Marshalltown; Leo Williams of Hartington. Nebraska: Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wright of Knierim. Iowa; Delores Inwood of Rockwell :ity; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clark iml daughters. Elsie. Grace and Alice of Laurens; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dnhlke and children. Ruby and Harold of Manson: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen and son« James and Donald of Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and children. Harold. Lloyd. Dorothy. Doris land Lucille, Fenton: Mr. and Mrs S. M. Hauge of Fort Dodge: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brown and Leanard Spalding and children. Margaret. Wilma and Albert of Huth- ven. Plum Creek Literary Society— The Plum Creek Literary club Ottosen: The O. P. C. held a hobo farewell party for Mrs. Anna Clave at the Herman Kramer home on Thursday. All the members were dressed in old clothes and enjoyed a paper sack lunch. The club presented Mrs. Clave with a hand-painted picture painted by Mrs. Landers. Mrs. Clave and son. Lewis, will leave this week for Oregon where they will make their home with her daughter. School Opens, .tnth The Ottosen public school will open for the coming year Monday, August 30th. S. M. Peterftona Of Portland, Welcome A New Grandson Portland: An eight pound so was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harol Nelson, Waterloo, Monday. Augr 23rd. Mrs. Nelson Is Erna, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson tn Amateur Contest Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorte and three daughters attended an amateur contest in Ledyard Satur day evening and Virginia and Mary Janice entered, giving a tap dunce Is Now Grandmother A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Togeas of Fort Dodge. Tuesday, August 17 at the Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Togeas was formerly Bertha Lovig. This is their first child and n grandson of Mrs. Enge- bar Lovig. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem spent Sunday at Arnolds Park. Vera Van Buskirk vfsited with friends in Cedar Rapid's, Sunday. Jack Bakke of Cedar Falls spent the week end at the Van Boskirk home. Jake Ryg. Charles Harris and Marjorie Harding and son spent Sunday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Buskirk and daughters and Jake Bakke spent Sunday at Arnolds Park. Wilbur Stone of Fort Worth. Ind.. -spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ellingson and son of Keister. Minn., visited at the Ole Eliingson home Sunday. Alice Thorsen. who has been attending Iowa State Teachers' College. Cedar Falls, returned home Friday. Merle Holt. Albert Thorsen and Ed Edwards left Sunday for Leech Lake. Minn., where they will spend a few days. Blanche Henrikson. who has Letha and Lois Mann were at Decorah over the past week end. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps vistttc the grotto at West Bend. Saturday evening. > Mrs. Tom Clayton's sister with Dakota was at the Clayton horn* over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Peterson. Fort Dodge, spent Sunday afternoon: at the E. O. Manns. The Portland Progress club will meet this week Friday at the Luthier Fairbanks home. The Ross Claytons of Graettlngef and the S. M. Petersons were at the Tom Claytons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Sr., West Bend vicinity, spent Sunday at the Martin Becker home. Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks and children, and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks spent Monday afternoon at the Will Grovers. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and children spent Sunday with Oran's parents, the Paul Hudsons, Irvington. :for a few days, fie Is enjoying vacation from his duties at New fork City, where hW Is *mployed by the American Tele-phorV* ft Tel egfifph Company. Algona members of (Mr local Klwnnis club attending the dlst rict meeting at Fort Dodg-r Monday evening were Rev. George' Vance Dr. W. R Andrews. J. R. Kfiirtagtt and R. J, Harrington, who- plfcyw golf, and RVlss Maxwell, whet drove down for th* banquet. The bsntjus' was followed by an evening 01 dancing. Thtve was a large crb\Vt In attendance, and the meeting wter held at the Fart Dodge Country Club. Count) 1 Agent A. I* Brown attended a 4-H boys'' Jtidging contest on stock held at Mason City, Monday. The Kossuth *-H boys' judg- ng contest will be Itefd this week Thursday (today) at flfiw State Fair at Des Moines. The Kossuth team s composed of Floyd' and Roland lode. Frank Schoby, Rb&ert Genger, Verl Patterson awsf Eugene ifueller. Jlr. and Mr*. John D. HTonck and a cousin. Mrs. Phillips of Chicago, were calling on old Algornt friends Tuesday. Mr. Houck operated a and confectionery here 80 ywtrs ago. He lives In Chicago rrow and is a manufacturer of metal pecialtfes for hotel and restaurant qulprne-nt He has been spending lie pust two months at Clear Lake (•here he has a cottage neftr the Snore hotel. SATURDAY ONLY BEEF ROAST per lb. 17c BEEF BOIL perlb. lie ROUND OR SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 23c CALF HEARTS lb. 13c LARD - . 2 lb». 29c Baldwin Food Market Free Delivery Your IGA Grocer Phone 355 STORIES will hold its first meeting Sept. flrst at the home of Mrs. Fern Drone after a summer vacation which lasted two and one-half months. Talks will be given by the following women: "This Publicity Business." Augusta Schultz: "History of Woman's Club Movement in Our Country", Mrs. Ethel Johnson, and there will be a parliamentary drill by Mrs. Lucinda Stone of LuVerne, former county chairman. Mrs. Mary Woodward of Whittemore, new county chairman, | will also give a talk. Tills is to be a very important meeting and all members are requested to attend. A new president will be elected as the present president, Mrs. Christopher McWhort- cr. cannot act. due to illness. Other officers for the year are first vice president. Lorn Rancy; second vice president, Sndie Skilling; third vice president, Ella Bode; secretary and treasurer. Sndie Skilling; assistant • I'rrctaty arid treasurer, Ella Hut- (hiris; corresponding secretary, ('•'.rcif Johnson; assistant corresponding secretary, Kate McOorkk*. and parliamentarian, Kthol John•ion. The second meeting of the year will be at the home of Mrs. Sadie Skilling. Sept. 1">. Annual \VinUrl I'irnir— Mr. and Mr*. John Jacobs and family entertained the Winkel fam- i!i::; at the annual Winkel picnic held at the Fairgrounds, Sunday, AuKU.st 22. About 40 attended. A pirnic lunch was followed by tap dancing and music. The out of own folks attending were Mrs. Maurice McDonald and son of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel f Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson of Humboldt. Mrs. Ben Sudmeyer and son of Timber Lake, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Clark of Livermore, Gwendolyn Clark of Detroit, Florence Elizabeth Winkel of Morris, Illinois; local relatives attending were Mrs. Mamie Winkel and daughters, Loretta and Frances, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Win- ktl. fount/ Attorney and Mrs. L. A. Winkcl and family, and guests at the picnic were William Dodds, Beverly Stebritz. Earl Vincent and 'Jene Christensen. Ka*y Ac Mrs. Hoy Vloolridge entertained her K;my Ace bridge club Wednesday afu-rnoon nl two tables at her home Mrs Marion Hurbank and Mr.-> Lloyd Muckey were guests of thi; (lui) Mrs. Elmer Phillips re- («iv".-cl tin- lii^h score prize, Mrs. F J. L:uiiK the second high prize. I ;md tin- travel prize went to Mra. ! Lloyd Muckey. ! fl'-lpinu HUIH! Society— I 'I nc Helping Hand .society of the I l'i-'-.-.l<yi<'M;ui <iiurih meets Thurs| rl.iy .-ifletiuion Kept. 2 ;it '1,'M at the jiiiiinii Ho.ite.,se.s arc to be Mra. Tom I)iili-v. Mrs. E. A. (juderian. Mi ,. Eh/, itj.-ih Li.-mki-e. Mrs. Ralph Hi',v.i, Mi,. HI.-I-I Cioiiin and Mra. I'.- HII...KC been visiting her sister. Mrs. Donald Usher at Fredericksburg. returned home Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Lempke of Casey visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Long- selh. lasl week. She returned home Saturday accompanied by her sister. Bertha. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid meeting was held Friday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson as hostesses. Joseph Longseth spent the week end visiting friends in Des Moines. . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards spent the week end at Dea Moines visiting their daughter, Mrs. Donald McBain. The Ladies' Rural club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Wm. Cooper at Humboldt Thursday aft-j ernoon. A good program was given! and a delicious lunch was served I by the hostess. I Sunday dinner guests at the Ber-[ their son, Phillip Tommy, nard Jacobs home were Mr. and Mr;. Peter Holt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniels and sons. There was a Woltz family reunion at the Alfred Godfredsons on Sunday. Over 30 enjoyed a picnic dinner. Lavina Jandl visited her friend. Detores Peterson, Titonka. over Sunday and Delores returned home with Lavina to spend several dayj. Mrs. Tony Jandl and daughter, Elda. called at the John Reids. Good Hope vicinity and the Floyd Bils- boroughs, Algona, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lanning with Mrs. May Hill, Jolley. 111., and Archie Deeds. Guthrie Center, spent the day at Fairmont, Minn., Sunday. Mra. Carrie Taylor and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Shatto with the latter's son, all of Algona visited Sunday afternoon at the QMS. Phelps home. The Miller Eglund family. Canton. S. D.. were over Sunday visitors at the Ralph Roberts. The two families were former neighbors in Dakota. W. A. 5fr. Kinf Sirs. B. P. Richard-ion and datighter. Meredith, accompanied by Mrs. Richardson's slbter, Caroline Schichtl of Cedar Rapids, returned Saturday night from a trip- through Minneapolis and Da- lutH and' up fnto Fort William and Port Arthur, Canada. They wens gone four days. While at Port Arthur tht^r saw tfve rescue plane lifcid on Lake Superior that was to go north ttrsearcfc for the lost Russtten fliers: Peters' son Dolliver of Chicago is home on bis vacation. He formerly lived here on his father's farm now tenanted by the Geo. Lannings. Ralph Jain, Wisconsin, visited on Sunday evnning with. Will Grover He returned home Mnruiay and planned to enter college soon at Menominee. Wii. His sister. Elsie, will enter the State Teachers' College, at Eau Claire, Wia. Ralph and Elsie are children of Mr. and Mia. Ellis Jain, who. formerly lived In, PorUanrfl LOCAL NEWS "Skimmer" and Mrs. and will Donald Wehrspann and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Sheldon. WEST BEND NEWS ( r,,, h. 1 ( tuh- Mi „ K \i .-. will ciitt;rtaiii lhi> .iftlTIKJI'll I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rolfson of the Jensen store force, are /acationing in Michigan for Iwo weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wessels of Auslin, Minn., were .Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Ada Sloan. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reid In Palmer, lows. Miss Eva Lawman spent Monday afternoon at her home in Rodman. She is a waitress in Peril's cafe. Mr. Frank Scribner and three sons of Livermore were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Day arsl Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munfeon and Roberta, were Fort Dodge visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Ted Munson ot HoJ- landale, Minn., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munvon. Mr. and Mra. John Mieison and sons spent Sunday in Laurens at the home of Mrs. Munson's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Alborn of Mason City were week end guests at liie home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood. Cornelius Dunn of Fort Dodge is .spending the week at Ihe horn of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs J. T. Dunn. Miss Mildred Kilbourne has res iKntd her position as a waitress in Peril's cafe, and has gone lo he home near Kolfe. Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek relume. Mond.iy from Claytonia. Neb., where .the- went to attend the golden wed ding of her sister. Mr and Mrs. Win Hundertmark left Sunday morning for Casper, Wyoming, to visit Mrs. Hundert- niiirk's sinter and family. Close Oat On Boys' Sanforized Slacks While They Last 75c Men's Sanforized Pants $2.25' vainer— now $1.25 $1.69 value—no«r $1.00 Madson & Hanson REAL BARGAINS ON FARMS 80's, 160's, Soft's and Sections Be sffnr and see these farms before yon biiy, Lo; cated Afid priced to sell. Homes For Sent Kohlhaas Brother* Phone 23 *" Kossuth Ins. Ble%. The NEW CALL AND W COMFORTABLE Fri.-Sat., Aug 27-28 Sun.-Mon., Aug.. 23 30 H rand DNABAJU OFF AGAIN' Patricia WILDER Marierie LORD AMD ALICE FAYE THE RITZ BROS. DON AMECHE Gypty Rot* LEE Chat. Winn!no«r RUBINOFF also "LOVE IX ARSIS" "DANCIIVO ON CEILING' also Popeye—News Tuesday, August SI—Claire Trevore, and Bill Robinson in "ONE MILE FROM HEAVEN" Wed.-Thur.-Frl.Sept 1-2-3 Paul Man), Lulse Ralner in Pearl Buck's "THE GOOD EARTH" (JSE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS Mr. and Mr.i. Henry Babbler and Attend Funeral Of Electrocuted Kin iiiKl Mi ; Lou. i <'i. .Snii'i.iy Mr i. Vi^ t.rui-ijt>.-'J • •If UK- m.,i.uiliy Ba-r.>t.-.Jr ro.-k' Mr an-J Mrs. Kmll HI-IIIIUII (ia'ie nf Ktnton M! Mrs. Hu«o F.iubtirh of .-K 'liovt to Koi-kwull C'ity to :itu-n<l 'he funeral of cjr fj.ir.ion, who witji ulec- -A-nilc w.i.,iunj{ with an ii.itiitiK rftui.hine. She was .iilk'j Mr.; Larson, Mr». Mr*. Knul.di..-h Mr. Mr; Win. 1-i'iUvc.i ;in<J '.ouoHirt who i he funeral were: Mr. ur.<i rinjr '!a<j«. Mr and Mrs. Hoi-bcr. Mr and Mra. . Mr. <niii Mm Win. f.'hria Mi a inl Mi;> Otto Hull, ull of Whit- '.cmuru; Mr. and Mrs Aug. <iadi Mr. ii;d Mr.l Edwin (jade. ErilL-at Ua'Jc .nid Mr umj Mr.i Win Bt-il ot Monticello, Wis., were quests at the Win. Riley home Saturday. They had been to the Black Hill.-, on a vacation. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Bliss and their daughter.-, of Webster C'ity, were old friends in town, Monday. Mr. was formerly the superintendent of schools here. Mrs. H. J. Noeding aud daughter, father, returned Saturday morning from Tuos New Mexico, where they ojjeiit the lii.it ihree week visiting Ihe Nocding'j duughUr and family. Falls Into Basement t'enlun: Mrs. Hans Jensen fell down the ba.icmc-nt step* at her home Friday evening uud fell against a pout seriously injuring her tiuud by cutting a gtiah that took six stitches to close, jjhe U under the care ot u doctor. cave Saturday morning for their hnmo at Oklahoma City. Mr*. Mill- ;md buby have been lu-re since (uno 1, visiting her parents. Mr. incl Mrs. P. V. JjiriMi; and "Skimmer" has been hure for the last n day?. .Mr. and Mrs. ICuy Richardson and hildren and Kdna May Sill and Jl-ulys Prescott returned Tuesday 'rom Lake Hattie near Pine River, Hinnesotu, where they spent len days at a cottage. They made a number of short trips to neighbor- ng lakes and spent some time at [tasca Park. Audrey and Eleanor Randolph of Spencer visited this last week with heir maternal aunt, Mrs. Ralph El- >ert. They ere the daughters of Arthur Randolph and their mother was Mrs. Elbert's sister. The pre- viou* week tfeey viaitad at the home of another aunt, Mrs. K. F. Ball whose home ia at Charles City. Dr. and Mr*. John Kenettek entertained at a family dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ken- «dck and daughters, Ruth and Thelraa, of Eagle Crove, parents and sisters of Dr. Kenefick. Ruth will soon leave for San Raphael! California, and Thelma for St. Louis where they both teach in girds' schools. .tin. Frank Hlkon of LalmaCB, California, is visiting in Algona wfth her two brothers, M. D. and COBS. Reiley, and other Algona relatives and friends. Her husband diedi two or three years ago. Her twin aona are em played at Laimata, as is also her son, Clifford, who was married recently. Her son, Elmer, moved to Omaha recently from Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Antone f»hni,oii will move into the new Milton Norton house on West Slate slreet September l. The house was formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. A Slerzing, who recenlly moved lo Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson anc family are now living in Ihe John Daub house on West College whlcl belongs lo John Daub and will be sold MUit Elizabeth Fotholdt of Lao* Beach, California, was a guest Tuesday and Wednesday at the C. T Chubb home, and also visited other Algonu friends. She is employee in a Long Beach bank. She is tak ing a six weeks' vacation and is visiting at her former home In Rudd. She was employed for a number of years ia the Algona Stale Bank. Mr. and Mm. E. H. Pit&uaa and son, Clayton, plan on leaving Algona, Friday, for Mount Pleasant, lowu, where Mr. Pittman is taking (jvt'j a Coryell station aud bulk plant, and will also operate several other Coryell stations in that vicinity. Clayton expects to return to ihe Slate University of Iowa this fall. The local Coryeil franchise has been purchased by George Elbert. Autumn TRIUMPHS NEW DRESSES NEW COATS NEW MILLINERY NEW FOOTWEAR NEW ACCESSORIES EVERYTHING THAT IS NEW FOR AUTUMN IS NOW BEING SHOWN Christensen Bros. Co. ALCONA'S STYLE CENTER • lit-re you will find things lovely to look at and GRAND to wear. Dresses, hats, coats, footwear and acccHsoric.s which reflect all that is new and glorious for the new season. Mr. Mrs. Tom Sherman took their son, Edward, to Fort Dodge Tuesday from where he went by train to Omaha, and from Omaha by plane to Hollywood, California, to visit his brother, Hichalrd. Ed| ward bad been visiting his parents • We not only invite you hut we. are really anxious to have you see our complete new stock of autumn and fall merchandise. Pome tomorrow and he anionj-- the first to admire the new

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