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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, 1 COODWttLClUB , METATLUVERNE Emma Krause, Mrs. Art Krause, Hostesses in Quilting Party LuVerne: Miss Emma Krause •nd Mrs. Arthur Krause were hostesses to the Good Will club at the home of the former Thursday afternoon. After a business meeting and A group of games conducted by Mrs. Ahrin Weber and Mrs. Roy Ridenour, the afternoon was spent working on the quilt the members are making. They are planning to finish the quilt at a specal meeting at the home of Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh Sept 30. Sherman Shiners Club The Sherman Shiners met Saturday afternoon with Regina Laubenthal. Each girl told of something she had learned at the county fair for roll call. Margaret Hansen gave a short talk on "Something I Made for My Room" and Lavonne Sankey told what she had gained from conservation study. Louise Wadleigh led the recreation hour. Plans were made for a Hallowe'en party. The next regular meeting will be Oct. 9 with Lavonne Sankey. Week End Guest* The Gerald Herbeners, Mason City, Frank Poole and son, Ralph, Nora Springs were Sunday guests at the Arthur Dimlers. Ralph Dlm- ler and Leo Miller, Clermont, Minn, spent the week end at the Ralph and Arthur DImlers. The Henry Simmons, Spencer, visited the Wm. Biglngs Sunday. Tom Masons, of Clarion were guests of Lottie and Jennie Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Kublys. Rente Home John Phillips has rented the residence In the north part of town known as the Behnkendorf house. The Arthur Henrys, who have been living there, are moving to a farm near Irvlngton. Sprains An Ankle Wm. Murray fell from a load of hay at his farm Friday and sprained the ligaments in one of his ankles. Emma Busse, Whittier, California, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Harry Melzlna. Eunice Frantz has returned from a two months' visit with relatives in Sterling, 111. Mike Stripling and Harold Neilson left Monday afternoon on a business trip to Hettinger, North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hintz, Sr, went to Des Moines Tuesday for a visit with relatives. A number of relatives of Mrs. Elmer Emory, Sexton, went to her home last week Tuesday evening, and surprised her with a birthday party." COR WTIH MAN'S NEPHEW KILLED Henry Steinlicht Goes to Funeral Bites in Minnesota Corwith-Falrview: Henry Steinlicht has received word of the accidental death of hVs neph«w, John Steinlicht, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steinlicht of Montlcello, Minnesota. The telegram did not give details of the accident Mr. and Mrs. Steinlicht and son, Francis, left at once for Montlcello to attend the funeral. Queen Esthers Elect The Queen Esther Circle held the first meeting of the season last week at the home of the leader, Mrs. Francis Kee. Officers were elected as follows: president, Betty Scace; vice president. Harriet Oxley; secretary, Virginia Walley; treasurer, Barbara Lantson. and reporter. Maxine Perkins. It was decided to hold the regular meetings the first Monday in each month. After the meeting a pot luck supper was enjoyed. The next meeting will be held at the home of Maxine Perkins on the first Monday in October. The circle held a bake sale at the Quality Store, last Saturday, Sept. 18. Visit The Cooking School The Bride Wakes Up' See Our Display of China and Glassware , in our House Furnishings Department Today more than ever the bride is anxious to have a fine appearing table. It adds much to the general appearance of the home. Here at Graham's we are constantly seeking new things to make your table more attractive. We invite you to visit our store and it will be a pleasure for us to show you just how beautiful your table can be, at a very reasonable price. Fine domestic dlnnerware, made by America's foremost manufacturers; clear, sparkling glass and stemware. Here you will find Algona's best selection. COME IN TODAY! LfRRHR Department Stores "A Globe Heater Is An Investment In Lifetime Comfort And Fuel Saving" First Frost The Corwith vicinity had the first frost of the season last week Wednesday night. Some gardens were damaged, but the corn is past danger. Mrs. Dale LaBorde and daughters, Irene and Maxine of Mankato, spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. Mrs. Ltt- Borde and daughters were returning from Dallas Center, Iowa, where they visited with relatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker and son. Raymond left last Saturday morning for Battle Creek, Michigan, to visit his sister, Mrs. Rufus Johnson. They will also visit relatives at Gettysburg. Waynesbroo, York, and other points in Pennsylvania and at Dixon and Sterling, 111. They expect to be gone for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Severns moved last week to the farm near Stilson. which has been iccupied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson, who wer eworking for Mr. Severns. The Olsons moved to the home of Mrs. M. R. Severns where they will be employed, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Marr moved to the Scharlock farm from which the Severns moved. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Garry Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Robert Masterson home. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Evans, which were on Wednesday and Sunday, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey of LuVerne, also visited at the Masterson home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. OIHe Mortenson and family of Joyce, were Sunday guests at the Jack Gourley home. Don Duane Gourley, nine year old son of the Gourlcys. while riding a horse with one of the Mortenson boys, lost his balance and fell off, striking his head and shoulders. He was unconscious for several hours but an x-ray taken by Dr. P. E. Walley showed no broken bones. He suffered severe bruises, however. \Vln-ii "Tli.- lli'i.ic Wai;.- l'|." sin- .Mil take a ti|» t'rnin <!i./i-n> of nur >atislii-<l .•U.-1i.iiifi>. ihal <i|.Ol',K HKATKliS arc uiu j <jualli-il t'oI 1 s;U i>!';ii-t inn \\l\\-, cc-nii"iii\'. 15 At Reunion Of Bolin Family Union: A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bolin on the Ward farm. Union township. Covers were spread for IS. Those present were a son. Kenneth, Manchester; daughters, Mrs Albert Hansen and son. Russell. Sheffield. III.: Mrs. W. L. Heerdt and husband and children, Ruth. Walter and Margaret, Mrs U:ile Blair :inil husband. \Vinnebugo Minn. Other gue*t.s were old i'ri<.-n<ls. Mrs. George Hell, Kldrulge North Dakota, and Mr. and -Mrs W. 1... Martin. Algona. Mrs. Claude Seeley Hostess at Meeting So. Plum Creek: The Home Economic meeting at the Claude Seely home last Thursday was well attended and much interest was manifested In the instruction given. Why not more home building talk and lest auto road atlk among us women. John Gross and wife, Will Dacken and wife, Ival Gross and wife attended the Spencer fair last Friday night Seventeen pupils enrotltd at the new Plum Creek central school this week. Miss Genevieve Altwegg Is the teacher. Mrs. Louis Altwegg from Olympia,, Washington, was here for the funeral of her brother, John, and Is remaining for a visit among relatives and friends here. Harvey Stevens Of Sexton Are Hosts Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained Sunday at a family dinner honoring Mr. Stevens' father, James Steven, who is leaving soon to spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. George Wermersen and family at Miller, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb and children spent Sunday at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise attended the Bancroft Field Day, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield spent Sunday afternoon at the Glen Zwlefel home. Mrs. Grace Green spent Friday with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. J. Green and children. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Mrs. Drusilla Noble, spent Sunday at the Henry Phillips home, Algona. Mrs. Phillips was on the sick list and Mrs. Wise remained for some time. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and son. Dean spent the week end at Humeston with relatives. They took Mrs. Taylor's father, Mr. Mitchell home, after he had spent a few weeks here. Interesting Meeting Of Portland Club Portland: The Portland Progress club met Thursday with Mrs. Roscoe Stewart. Paper on "School Problems" waa read by Mrs. Clyde Brls- tow, who Is to be commended on her talk. It was very true to Hie and also left the thoughts to keep In mind, "These School years pass quickly." A paper, "Materials for School Dresses," prepared by Mrs. Ted Rlngsdorf and read by Mrs. Wyott Stott, gave good Ideas for fall sewing of girls' school clothes. After other business was taken care of plans were dicsussed In regard to offering prizes to school children of Portland. A cooperative method will be taken up with the teachers. Arrangements were also made for a Farm Bureau tea to be held at the Alfred Godfredsons on Friday, Sept. 24. Lunch, enjoyed by a large group of women, was served by Mrs. Stewart and the assisting hostesses Mesdames John Trunkhlll, Albert Bunkofske and Lloyd Bartlett. Miss Peppoon. our new H. D. A., with Mrs. Jones, of Iowa State College, Ames, called on several ladies In this locality Friday morning. Oooldng School, free* at th* OM Th«**r*S next Monday, TdWday and Wednesday. Many free attendance, priat*, each raoralilg* The Frank Ryersons were Sunday visitors at the R O. Mann home. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Mann visited relatives at Decorah from Saturday morning until Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Banting and Vemon Anderson, arid Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling, Burt, visited on Sunday evening with the Thomas Trenarys. The Portland Peppy Pals met on Saturday with Leola Bunkofske. Plans were made for a bake sale this week Saturday at Smith's store in Burt. Mrs. (Jrabau, Hostess Lakota: The second division of the Methodist Aid, Mesdames Earl Orabau, Henry Moe, A. T. Buckels, Emma Smith, Ed Abbas, Edgar Inlay, Paul Gellenfeldt and J. H. Warburton entertained 60 women at the home of Mrs. Orabau on Friday afternoon. A tray lunch was served and the afternoon was spent visiting. Nite Football Season's Opener Algona High vs Emmetsburg Hi. Algona Athletic Park, 8 P. M. FRIDAY NJGHT, SEPT 24TH Adult Season Tickets on Sale by Jr. C. of C. for $1, five home games: Gate—Students, 25c; adults, 3Bc. BLINDFOLD TUNING &w the 1938 (btonac Joe Stattlemanns' Silver Anniversary Observance, Friday St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stattleman were pleasantly surprised Friday evening, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at playing cards and socially. A delicious lunch was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmer and daughter, Phyllis, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Von Bank and family of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellis, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bank, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaller, and family. West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nellis, Melvin Thill, Mr. and Mrs. John Origer and family. Whittemore; Nick. Albert, Ray, Ethel and Ernest Mertz. Ottoscn; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch and Carolyn Kirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Kirsch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thllges and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and family, Mr. and Mr*. Conrad Mertz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe and family, L. Schmidt and Joseph Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Stattleman received a house clock and other pretty gifts. Banns of Marriage Banns of marriage were published Sunday for the first time in St. Joseph's church for Joseph A. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker, and Christina Origer, of Whittemore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Origer. The wedding will take place at St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore the first part of October. GAMBLE'S RADIO SENSATION OF 1938 The most striking and startling advancement of all time in radio tuning. Now—your favorite station perfectly tuned by only a slight touch of a button. Simple? Nothing could possibly be easier or more certain. A child, blindfolded, or anyone at all can instantly tune their desired station. No "fuzzy" tones. No screech or squawk. The station is there with perfect undistorted clarity. You press the button. Coronado does the rest. PERFORMANCE THAT IS ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE — Clarity, truthfulness and perfection of tone that lift* Coronado from the realm of radios high into the class of marvelous musical instruments. Exclusive Coronado Tone Columns act as sound chambers so necessary in all fine musical 'instruments—same as in rue old violins or the majestic grmnd piano. The exclusive Tone Columns blend and synchronize the tonal vibrations of the speaker to give you a depth and naturalness found only in Coronado. You actually feel the presence of the musicians at your elbow. Only perfect reproduction could bring about such • feeling. BREATH TAKING BEAUTY Of CABINET DESIGN - Styled b, one of America's foremost creators of distinctive radio cabinet*. «««««- •amVUUUVU auuk-vi-unv »»»»ii»»» »*a,M—— -"---ey* — - —-* r — — -- -- - EraLed and perfectly matched walnut veneers into sharp relief—a cabinet creation which is the crowning masterpiece of radio style and beauty. Truly • desirable piece of furniture that will bring charm, grace, and distinction into every home. Coronado 13 Tube, Blindfold Tuning Tone Column Console, $*J *% tf A A Cash Price *M.£f9m\i\f Complete with DeLuxe All Wave Aerial VL2S.9S $2.00 PER WEEK, PAYABLE MONTHLY COMPARE THIS SET ONLY WITH RADIOS SELLING AT $200.00 OR MORE. Coronado 11 Tube, Blindfold Tuning Tone Column Console, $OO Q6 Cash Price *OvJm*f& Complete with DeLuxe All Wave Aerial. 535.93 $2.00 PER WEEK, PAYABLE MONTHLY 5-DAY FREE TRIAL IN YOUR HOME Coronado 8 Tube, Blindfold Tuning Tone Column Console, $*CQ OC Cash Price "*? m ^Z& Complete with DeLuxe All Wave Aerial..$73.93 $1.75 PER WEEK, PAYABLE MONTHLY -LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE Short Cut Savings! $10 Trade-In Allowance for Your OLD Stove on any Glow Boy or Ray Boy or Globe 82? Range From Jiridrs to (iruiuijiiothtT.s this .-tore guarantees fair price, .standard merchandise and 100 jier cent service. DON'T GUESS—GO TO THE Nelson Hardware See the Cooking School Movie I Tho matt amosJno; thing I h show* you how to cut dowo on run hut by th* way you »•*• itocktea*! Yovl harry to Lax year pat frodu, to*, after you've toon haw oa*y ft to. ThoyH look fro*h and lovely a* now —Uu to eaeedaJty m*ae to •retoct color* and tabrk*. •ooalo* tor U» **nre deter* la detho*. Safe in watef* safe in "Sharp Stomach Pains Upset My Whole System" NvUtraiUu i 'JI.i TuLltta. jJ fccul'Js with to prevent , yet tut what ivc-s relief or your )l<_lp boii-, lidlrm-'l btuii;iii:h you wji.t. AUi liiMtn-y Luck. .- u ;.ii i; JUnlt;c;h: "J tlltj a fl 23 tuttlo i three weeks' treatment) ut AiJJ^i Tablets unilcr your jfuuruuteu. S'j\v U.u ijiiliitt arc tfone u.nd I cilt any tiling." :. i'. I i v. 1 • ;•, '.. t David Gardner went to Iowa City for a check-up the last of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klepper from Earling arrived here Saturday for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch left Monday for a visit with relatives and friends in Chicago. They plan to return Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fisch and daughter Rose Ann left Saturday for several day.i' visit with Mrs. FiM-h's sinter and family at Nashua. Mrs. Thomas Becker and daughter Betty Mae and Mrs. Eugene Thul visited with Sister M. Georgene ut Bancroft Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughters from near Burt and Mrs. .Nick Phillips from Claremonl, Minn . were callers on Anna Kay- si-r .Sunday afternoon. The MiKe iJannur family, who lived on a farm east of LuVerne about 27 years ago were calling on old friends here .Sunday. They live in AIIH-.^ now. Mrs. ltay Stone, Mrs. Carrie Cole- I man. Mr.-,. Alex Kvaris. Mrs. Harold ! rforen.^en arid Hulcia Fritzemeier attended the Algona Woman's Club luncheon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding returned the tir.st of the week from i trip through northern Mninesota ind Canada, where Frank went for relief from hay fever. • Every body is invited to the moving picture cooking school at the Call Theatre, next week, sponsored by this newspaper. Fifty attendance prizes will be awarded during the three days. IJoors open at 9:30 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mr and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann ani son. Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Syl vester Wagntr were Sunday eve riing visitors at the Clarence Kram er home north of Algona. The Ewald Wegners, Kansas City were entertained at a party at the Arnold Wegner home Friday eve ning. On Saturday they went to Fort Dodge to visit the Georg Wegners and Edward Beebes aft er which they were leaving for thei home in Kansas City. Emelia Erpelding was guest o honor at a seven o'clock three coura candlelight supper Tuesday eve ning, Sept. 21. at the John Geix hei ker home The hostess wad Flortiu:e Geishecker. Othtr gueuta were Adeline Illg, Betty Klein, Ma rie Cox uud Adeline Krpeldiug. vera. Geisheckiir served us tab! waitress for the group. Miss Er fclding will become the bride Leo Frideres in St. Joseph's Cath Din- i-h'juh Tui-.iday. .Sept. 2tith COMPEN SATED AUDIO SYSTEM AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC TUNING FINEST OF CABINET STYLING STABILIZED CJRCUU Prcsf (he Button— There's Your Station A simple touch of the button eon- 3 COATS HAND RUBBED LACQUER FINE BUTT STRIPED AND QUARTER SAWED WALNUT trolling any one of your 8 favorite stations, tunes that station "right on the nose." Also tunei stations in the conventional manner whenever desired. 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See t£u • tube beauty' The cabinet is walnut veaeer with a tasteful walnut inJaj. Law, »pe»k*r produces console too* quality. Above all -notice toe plate (Uus top. Only Coronado offer* (bit no-stain, a> , no-mar top with dial permanently fused into V the (lass. Cash Price U.2C PCM WUK, FAVAMJi MONTHLY . Uceoato GAMBLE STORES 527.95 Bud Barnard, Managing Partner Agencies at Britt and Gamer

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