The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1937
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M8T NEW ST. BENEDICT OFFICERS ELECTED Bosary Group Announces New Members of The Circles St Benedict: New officers were elected as head of The Rosary Sodality. They have announced the new members of the cricles as follows. Circle No. 1—Mrs. Lew Arndorf- cr and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer. Circle No. 2—Mrs. Lloyd Hood and Mrs. George Ricke. Circle No. 3—Mrs. James Downs and Mrs. Wm. Meyer. Circle No. 4—Mrs. Lawrence Clnk and Mrs. Chas. Kollasch. They will entertain at the card parties the coming winter. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blcich. Titonka were Sunday guests at the Henry Seller home Sunday. Mrs. Greg Studer and Mrs. Mary McKenna called on Mrs. Dora Arndorfer Monday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Olpon, LuVerne. returned from Iowa City hospital and is now visiting her mother, Mrs. Carrie Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steussy and three daughter of Mason City were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer and Elsie Steussy, Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Downs and children, Marcia Ann and Thomas spent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Catherine Downs at Wesley. Mr. and Mr?. Joe Eisenbarth and two sons from Beaver Dam, Wis., were visiting: his sister, Mrs. Anna Huschka and Isadore and Frank Eisenbarth, his brothers, the past week. Mrs. ,Dora Arndorfer recovered sufficiently to be taken to the home of her son. Leo, at Bancroft on Tuesday evening. She had been very ill for some time with the flu and heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armann and son from Blue Earth, Minn., visited Mrs. Armann's sisters' families, the Joe Balks and McMurrays. Mrs. Armann formerly lived here and her maiden name was Veronica Rake. The Henry Arndorfer family accompanied by Mrs. Clara Erdman, motored to Gait, Friday evening to visit their brother, Ed. From there Mrs. Erdmann will return to her home in Colorado. She was call- here by the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Dora Arndorfer. A WOMAN'S DELIGHT Seldom can * city of 4,800 point with pride to four large, amply stocked storea, devoted entirely to women's ready-to-wear needs. But such I* the good fortune of Atjona. In Kresenslcy'*, Chrlatensen Bros., the Chrischllles Store and Graham's store, women from this section are able to find every possible article of merchandise they could want, practically every nationally kno Between the four stores, practically every nationally known brand of women's apparel can be found. In price ranges to fit every pocketbook. No wonder women say, let's shop In Algona. It's a woman's delight REUNION SUNDAY AT HARRIS HOME DRAWS 55 FOUvS Burt: The Dan Harris farm home was the scene of a happy family gathering Sunday when about 53 nembers of the Harris family met for a reunion. The gathering included two Harris brothers and four sisters. One sister. Mrs. Minnie Sweezy, Seattle, Washington, was unable to be present All contributed materials for a picnic dinner, which was served cafeteria style. The afternoon was spent in taking pictures and visiting. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin. Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Hoppe and son, Alvin, and Will Maasdam. LuVerne; Mrs. Chas. Hynes and Dorothy, Winnebago. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Maisdam, Bradgate; Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and two children, of Fairmont, Minn.: Mrs. Warren Pickens and son. Roland. Granada, Minn.; Mrs. Art Stoddard and two sons. Bode; Mr. and Mrs Jess Lewis and family and Mrs. Elmer S5ar- rett and son. Jackie. Fort Dodge: Mrs. Carrie Pool. Muscatine: Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hoppe and family, Renwick; Mr. anil \frs. Mer.'e Martin. Mrs. Alice Martin and Gladys Liest. Humboldt: Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Harris and daughter, Opal, Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Harris. Jr., Mrs. Geo. Bell, Eldridge. N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long and son, John, Burt; Helen Fox, Bancroft; and the Dan and Everett Harris families at whose home the gathering was held. Mrs. Carrie Poole is spending a few days here. RALLY DAY AT GOOD HOPE DRAWS LARGE CROWD; NEW CLASSES START Jake and Alex Eischen spent Saturday night at West Bend where a brothar-irv-law of theirfc pMssed away that afternoon. Membership of 102; Total Expenditure Last Tear Was $1600 Good Hope: Last Sunday provided perfect weather conditions for the Rally Day service, postponed from the previous Sunday, at Good Hope. An Interesting program participated in by the congregation in general and church departments in particular included reports on the work of the past year and re- consecration to the work of the new year. A thriving junior department in the Sunday School under the supervision of Mrs. Arthur Jnckman assisted by Mesdames Ida Reid, Nellie Jenkinson. Ethel Smith, Bertha Sarchett nnd 'Naomi Knoll and a growing adult department under newly elected superintendent, R. F. Hawcott. assisted by Alden Reid, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. N. D. Mitchell, chorister, the Misses Hazel Jenkinson, Dorothy Reid and Trella Gardner, pianists, and teachers Glen Jfhkinson, Mesdames Frank Crulkshank. D. C. Gardner and Alien Wood is establishing the foundation for the prosperity of the church. This is supplemented by a nursery roil of 19 members under the supervision of Bertha Sarchett and a roll of 85 baptized children. An average atendance of 60 is good for a Church School dependant for its support on a group of people so pressed with work and so subject to road and weathef conditions as are farmers. With a membership of 102 Good Hope church made an expenditure last year of approximately $1600 for general anl local church activities. Of this amount the Ladies Aid Society raised $476. The success of this country church is to a very considerable extent due to the friendship and support of people in the community and adjoining towns who are not members but who recognize the value of the work it is trying to do. Burt made much needed repairs on the church heating system. Post Nuptial Shower Friday afternoon of last week i group of 30 Intimate friends am relatives were guests of Mrs. T. A Reid and Mrs. Murl D. Potter 01 Humboldt at the Good Hope com munity room at a post nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. Harvey W. Reid A delicate color scheme of pink anc white characterized the room decorations and delicious refreshments which were served in the course ol the afternoon. Games and stimulating conversation occupied the afternoon to a late hour. Many beautiful and practical gifts were received by the guest of honor as a mark of the affection of those present. Earl Sleinman is under the weather with an attack of rheumatism. WESLEY NEWS Church Improvement* Last week was a busy time at Good Hope church. Monday a crew from the Ladies Aid Society cleaned the church. Wednesday. D. C. ardner and the pastor applied an oil finish to the auditorium floor. The same day the upkeep committee filled in around the walls of the foundation and did certain needed cement work at both church and parsonage. Thursday W. T. Kennedy and his crew of men from Julius Kunz of Davenport spent the week end here with his family. Miss Agnes Boyer accompanied Miss Gesina Schutter to her home at West Bend over the week end.. Guests at the Swan Monson home Sunday were relatives from Albert Lea. Fairmont, and Mankato. Minn. Mrs. William Htitchinson is spending ten days or so at Ruthven visiting her daughter. Mrs. Clarence Bergeson and family. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdes and two daughters returned home Sunday evening from LeMars where they had been since Friday visiting her aunt. Mrs. Richard Latham and husband. The Olaf Funnemnrk family together with their house guests, Prof. Wickman of St. Olaf College. and Mildred's room-mate of Northfield. spent Sunday afternoon at West Bend viewing the grotto. Mrs. Susan Lease received word over the week end that her son-ln- law. Will Walker of Corwith had fallen from an outside building one day last week and broken several ribs and was otherwise bruised. Sister Bernadetta. Mother Superior of St. Anthony's convent at West Allis. Wisconsin, returned to the convent the latter part of last week, having spent several days here visiting her parents, the Nath- nn Studers. The sum of $114.00 was taken in at the annual bazaar and chicken supper served at the Methodist church Saturday evening. The sup- X tfc &V> So Say . . . 367 School Girls who have purchased school clothes here. We try hard to lime what you want and at a price you will agree i-> thrifty. A complete department, just for young folki on our balcony. Snow Suits X .*;>: <:";•:.\,'\ ! : /, vy*.,y*-;%y V- > ' '" - : .--'.'-:!v--V, / t -, * • <! ..^*' / A'-J s i/''./ > ^ '* * *•¥%&'''•??' ()iif-pi<:ci- /.ippt-r jacket, full lined, sizes - to (j Two-piece button jacket, all wool, sizes S to Hi. 4.50 6.50 10.9511.75 Shirley Temple Dresses $1.98 Wool Jumper Skirts 8 to 16 $1.95 AH Wool Twin Sweaters $1.98 Slip-Over Sweaters 98c Warm Sleepers, part wool 98c Wool Gloves and Mittens 39c or 89c Shirley Temple's 3-4 Sox 29c Warm Union Suits 79c Outing Flannel Sleepers 59c KRESENSKY'S Ladies and Chtldrens Wear **«.• WARM COATS i "iiililivuV. cuats in plaiu- lailcin-ii or t'ur-irimmed • •apo and h-gjiiurf witii -am.-. All imve warm liu- $4.95 to $9.95 KNIT DRESSES Practical and good-looking are these iwo-pit-cft kiiiiti.-d drt-sscri. sizes 4 to 14. $2.98 per patronage WAS considered good and mucb fancy work was donated toward the cause. Miss Jean Johnson, freshman In the local high school, spent the week end at Lone Rock with her parents, the Elmer Johnsons. While here she makes her home with the Halvor Floms, Jr., Mrs. Flom being an aunt of Jean. Mrs. Irene Studer helped at the John Ludwlg home the fore part of the week helping Mrs. Ludwlg in preparation of the wedding dinner served there honoring her brother, Magnus Llchter and bride, the former, Miss Loretta Howie. Miss Mary Ellen Bottom and Clare McCall, both freshmen students at the Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end here at their respective homes. Bernard Erdmann, a sophomore student there also, spent the week end here with his parents. Miss Helen fSent entertained a group of friends at a bridge party at the home of her sister, Mrs Tom McMahon, honoring another sister, Miss Mabel Kent In remembrance of her birthday. Mrs. E. D. Ravlin received high score prize, and Helen served a nice lunch. A group of members of the local American Legion Auxiliary drove to Corwlth Tuesday afternoon to attend a meeting of the Hancock county organization. Mrs. Leo Laird, 8th district committeewoman, was to be present to give the group a talk on this year's program. Masses Anna and Ethel FloVn spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Lester Larson home, helping Mrs. Larson celebrate her birthday that day. Other guests at the Larson home Sunday were his sister, Mrs. John Anderson and hus- band and two daughters of Iowa Falls. • ; f The R. C. ScOTby* moved here from Clarion last week. They are living fa the JT. O. Marty house vacated by Mrs. fefheat Woito. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do M kinds of draylng and hauling. Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass 36-tf Wednesday to Saturday FOUR BIG DAYS of VALUES It's the end of the month. The height of the fall season. Buy your winter needs at this sale. Bargains galore. A "Smash Hit" Fur Trimmed "><> Sport Coats We didn't think we would ever be able to give such wonderful bargains in coats as we are this Fall. Fine fur in the collars, guaranteed linings, the season's most popular colors and material, at only You can't imagine the quality and style in these garments. Fine fleeces, tweeds and broadcloths and sizes for 12 to 44. $1O and $15 * $24 Paris Fashion Shoes CARACUL FABRIC JACKETS Regular $8.00 value HOSE SAL Beautiful dress shoes, sport oxforods, and medium heel types from this nationally known brand of shoes, suede leathers and Kalx-rdiiK 1 , plain, multicolored, and trimmed, mostly rt'nular ••?'.!.f>o and $ I.nil shoes. $2.99 Pure silk, full fashioned hose, chiffon or service- 49c CLEAN-UP SALE OF SHOES Odd pairs accumulate. You will £4 A find these all sensational values.. 9 » «5J READ THESE ASTOUNDING VALUES Pure Silk Satin Slips 98c Children's Calfskin Oxfords ...$1.49 "Barrell" Sweaters 98c Rayon Panties 25c 50 pairs of Paradise Shoes, regular $7.50 $5.95 Lined Wool Skii Pants $2.98 3-4 Length Fine Hose 25c Tuck Knit Pajamas 98c White and Colored Blouses $1.00 PureSilk Taffeta Slips $1.69 Hand Bags, with style $1.00 Leather House Slippers r $1.00 Zipper House Coats $1.98 Satin Lace-trimmed Gown $1.98 And Many Other Values Throughout Our Store. FINE SILK HOSE A clean-up sale of odd lines and colors, reg. $1.00, at 69c Wool and Knit Dresses The smartest, styles and greatest values you have ever seen — glamorous silk dresses, tailored wool styles, smart knits, plenty of sizes up to 50. $6.90 - ^ SALE OF EARLY FALL DRESSES A special purchase plus stock on hand, makes the price possible » Kohl regularly to $5.00. Clean-Up Sale of Better Dresses $4.95 L'5 dresses, regular $8 silk dresses, to clear at GALOSHES 2-snap, ladies' or children, black and brown 98c SALE OF NEW COTTON DRESSES Hohool dresses, house dresses, and street dresses. Smart colorful patterns and styles, short or long sleeves. Values to $2.98, $1.88 Kresensky's Ladies' And Children's Wear

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