STORK KNOCKS TWKUTSTJOE And Pays Visit At the Thilges and Becker Homes St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence "Thllgrea are the parents of a baby boy born Monday, Oct. 18th. The Thllges have one other child, a girl Ariene. The infant was baptized Ronald George Sunday afternoon in St Joseph's Catholic church by the Rev. Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. John Thilges and George Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker «re the parents of a baby boy born on Monday, Get 18th at the Kossuth hospital in Aigona. The Infant was baptized Donald Eugene. Sponsors were Martha Becker and Eugene Thut. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul spent Sunday with Mrs. Anton Wilmes at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Ted More from Fort Dodge visited with relatives here Sunday. Lotlne and Louise Berger spent Tuesday at the William Hagllnd home in Bode. A large number from this vicinity attended the funercl of Theodore Faber at West Bend Tuesday morning. • <. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thllges were Sunday evening callers at the Andrew Reding home east of West Bend. Adolph Fuhrmann and Frank Hoffman from Llvermore were business callers In Mason City Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughters of near Burt were Sunday evening visitors at the Alfred Reding home. A large number from this vicinity attended the Besch-Thilges wedding dance at the Legion hall in West Bend Tuesday evening. Mrs. John Friders spent last week at the Peter Mueller home The Algona tTfrper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 28,1937 SHE STOPPED HER PAPER, TEMPORARILY Corydon Timeo-Republlcan: Last week a Woman called At onr office to state that she had lost a good many dollars by her failure to subscribe and read this paper recently... She had been a regular reader tor years but laat winter she cancelled her subscription to save a dollar and a half a year and as a result she did not know about the new homestead tax refund law and did not make application at the auditor's office as required. She no doubt lost something like twenty or forty dollars, depending upon the value of her homestead. This we regret sincerely. If a person does not get a dollar and a half's worth of good out of a county paper In a year, one wonders where you would really find a bargain. One man told us recently that the want ad column done 1* worth many dollars a year to him In stock and merchandise that he sees offered or in opportunities he finds to sell some of his snlplus goods. near Whittemore to help care for her b£iighter-ir.-i0w. Mrs. Irwin Frlderes. The twins, a boy and a girl, born to Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Fi:i!?-es on S'inHay, Oct 17th, lived only Several hours. Funeral services were held Monday. Interment was in the Whittemore Catholic cemetery. Peter Thorsons'Wed 25 Years, Ringsted Fenton: The Fred Brown family and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson attended a silver wedding anniversary at the Peter Thorson home in Ringsted Saturday evening. Mrs. Thorson and Mrs. Brown are sisters and Mr. Nelson Is their brother. On Sunday night the same group attended a gathering in the Thorson's honor at Ringsted Lutheran church. The Ringsted and Seneca congregations were also in attendance. A special table was laid for the couple. BURT AUTO IN SMASHUP, SAT. John Long Jr., Car Was Driven By James Norris Burt: The John Long, Jr., car was badly damaged Saturday evening when James Norrtsc who was driving- it, failed to make the corner three miles west of Burt and tipped over. James received numerous cuts and bruises, but was not seriously Injured. He was atone at the time of the accident. At O. E. S. Meeting Mrs, M. L. Vinaas and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Algona, went to Des Moines the first of the week, where they are attending the Grand Chapter meeting of the Eastern Star, which is being held there this week. Mrs. Vinaas is worthy matron of the local O. E. S. chapter. Sirs. Patterson Elected At a meeting of the Band Mothers' club held last Friday evening, Mrs. C. W. Patterson was elected president; Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, vice president; and Mrs. O. H. Graham, secretary and treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Narum of Jnwell spent the week end here visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ralph Stall. G. W. Bleich and H. E. Rachut were Des Moines visitors Monday. Maxine SMienck went to Chicago Friday, where she expects to find work. L. R. Daniels is painting several buildings at the C. L. Dittmer farm. The Birthday Circle meets on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. H. W. Manus. Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon teacher, spent the week end at the C. L. Dittmer home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wlckwire, Des Momes. spent Sunday at the J. H. Graham home. Mrs. Augusta .Beitz was called to Cedar Rapids one day last week by the death of a sister. Mrs. Fred Lavrenz will entertain The Place To Get Auto Supplies Is An Auto Supply Store! Our Prices Defy Comparison GREENBERG STOCK-REDUCING SALE A SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR 10 DAYS ON EVERY ITEM IN OUR STORE Tire Specials General—Gillette—Goodrich—Kelly Tires Gillette General Protect Your Radiator Alcohol 59c Gallon Also Preatone and Easy Shift Drive In Service Drive your car inside at Greenberg's and enjoy real comfort while work is being done. 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Bleich were dinner guests Monday evening at the J. G. McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long visited in Fairmont, Minn., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlffi Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Qodd^n were Mason City visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Peterson were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Nelson home in Grant township. Raemon Koestler, Spencer teacher spent the week end here with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. George Schroeder, Ames student, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, and family. The Lloyd Elstons and Mrs. Mayme Hoflus, Glim ore City, were Sunday dinner guests at the H. A. Thompson home. Mrs. Elbert Sewick Went to Sioux 'ity last week Tuesday to spend a week with a sister. She also visited a sister at LeMars. Mrs. G. C. Glddings reutrned Saturday from Sturgls, S. D., where she had spent a couple of weeks at the home of her brother, Robert Ward. Mrs. Frank Norris. Eldora. and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wheeler, Iowa Falls, spent Sunday at the John Long, Jr. home. Mrs. Norris is Mrs. Long's mother. The Presbyterian Mite society meets this week Wednesday at the church with Mrs. W. A. Peters, Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mrs. Walter Sorenson as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney entertained Mr. Heaney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heaney and his brother, Robert and family, all of Klester, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel and the Herman Fandels. Whittemore, spent Sunday at the Art Fandel home. They are Mr. Fandel's parents and brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus returned home Saturday from a three and a half weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Iowa City, El Paso, 111., Chicago and Des Moines. The E. N. McMullens, Greenville and the C. H. Peterson, Paton, spent Sunday at the Howard McMulIen home. They are Mr. McMullen's brothers and sisters and families Mrs. Emil Hasse spent the week end at Iowa City visiting her son, who was taken to the University hospital a week or two ago, when he was stricken with Infantile paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Neitzel and baby and Herman Neitzel went to Spirit Lake Sunday and brought home with them Leona Neitzel, who had spent three week* there with her aunt Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and their children of Swea City visited from Wednesday to Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Mr Godfredson came down for the week end and took them home. E. O. Chlpman and Mrs. Lillian Sheldon returned Friday from Des Moines, where they had attende the I.'O. O. F. Grand Lodge meet Ing and the RebeVcah assembly They were the official delegate from this district. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt an daughters, Gladys and Evelyn, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Graham, Dick O' Donnel, Lone Rock, and Leonnrc Wnrncr, Ledyard, were Sunday din ner guests at the Carl Ostwalc home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mra. Robert AlUs. o Boulder, came Saturday for a few days' visit at the R. J. Hummuratrom home. Mr. AlUg is Mrs. Hammer Strom's uncle. On Sunday the O O. Lounsbcrrys, Knimetsburg, were also guests at the Hanunerstron home. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich and daughter, Luella spent the week end at the Oscar Anderson home at New Richland. Minn. Mr Bieich's mother, who is 95 years olc and makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Anderson, came home with the Bleichs for a two weeks' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Sorenson, o Sisters, Oregon, came Saturday for a few days' visit at the G. J.»lt bgel home. Many years ago Mr lorenaon made his home at the George Carroll home, but has not isited her for thirty years. On Monday they visited Mr. Sorenson's loualns, Peter and Win Christenson it Lone Rock. Harold Hanson came up from Des koines the middle of last week for »n in between semester vacation vith his mother, Mrs. N. E. Hanon. The Simon Hirner family moved rom the farm they have tenanted outheast of town for the past sev- ral years to the Frank Kouba, Sr., enant farm residence building orthwest of town. Mr. Hirner has armed the land belonging to the Couba place together with the creage southeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter ntertained the Frank A. Bonn- tetter family at dinner Friday eve- ing as a farewell courtesy, Mrs. 3onnstetter, and the two boys leav- ng the next noon from Mason City or Chicago to make her home emporarily until Dr. Bonnstetter ecomes permanently located. Mrs. Ed Gesme and friend, a Mrs. loshelm, both of l^ake Mills, spent aturday afternooi/ at the home of he former's sister-in-law, Mrs. L. flllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM Get Your Car Ready For Winter At Greenberg Auto Supply News Items of Wesley Vicinity L. Lease. Sunday. gurMs nt the Lease home were her brother. Henry Gesme and family, her sister. Mrs. M. O. Hall ami family of Hnn- lontown and a niece. Mrs. Dewey Schott and husband Mrs. Bertha S. Looft of DOS Moines spent part of the week end In Wesley visiting former friends. Sunday she spent at West Rend with her brother. Jerry and family. and upon leaving here Tuesday morning she drove oil to Seneca to visit her son, Henry and family for a few days expecting to return to Des Moines Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braloy returned home from Iowa City Monday afternoon, they having spent since Friday there as guests of their son, Dr. Alson Craley and family. They were accompanied to Iowa City liy her niece. Mrs. Barbara Isaaos"- Winnie of Mason City, who went on to Davenport to spend Sunday with her husband who is employed in Davenport. A meeting will be held at the Klrinpeter hall. Friday evening at 8 o'clock p. m.. Oct. 29th. for the purpose nf organizing a parent- teachers association. All parents, whether they have pupils in the public school r>r not, are cordially welcome to attend the meeting. If a P. T. A. organization is effected, permanent officers will he elected and a constiution and by-laws will ho adopted. Wesley did have such an organization about twenty years DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? ago. and the need for another has been felt for a long time with initial steps beinR planned now for this week. COATS Relined Repaired Remodeled Velvet cnllavs replaced. Skirt- shortened. Clopton The Tailor i >i ' *W Over I Seneca Woman'* Sister Is Burned Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dot- ion spent the week end in Minneap- ilis with Mr. Dotson's sister-in-law who was seriously burned in an ex- ilosion in ii factory where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ofteduhl and : iiinily .spent Hunday evening at the Curtis Olden home. Mrs. J. J. Drinnan and Ralph wuiu Sunday dinner guests at the I'Yunk Van Uorston home. Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Metzger and family of near Algona spent Sunday ut the parental J. W. liol- ig home. Mrs. R. J. Campbell spent Friday afternoon ut the home of her daughter. Airs. Hurvey Christiansen in Ringsted. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jens Pelerseu entertained a number of friends and neighbors ut a card party ut the Uulph Campbell homo Friday evening. Five hundred was played al six tables with Ruby Paulseii and J. W. Bollig winning high prizes and Mrs. Curtis Olsen and Kulpl: Campbell winning low prizes one Mrs. J. W. Bollig winning travel prize. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig and Gordon and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee and sons, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons, Mr. and Mra. Curtis Olsen, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classon. Attend This Sale Every Day This Week for | Outstanding Values! | 1 SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th 1 CHILD'S WAIST UNIONS - «»c Rayon stripe, drop scat, sizes 2 to 12. BOYS' JIIBBKI) UNIONS ,- 7»c Extra quality random rib, 24 to 34. TUCKSTITCHVESTS-PANTS 25o Fine quality, priced lower, women's eizcfl. Men's PART WOOL UNIONS 1.29 High grade, random rib, 36 to 44. MEN'S OUTING GOWNS - 98c Woven stripe outing, sizes 16 to 20. MEN'S OUTING PAJAMAS $1.19 Roomy, good looking. Military ety\e. Stunning group of new FALL HATS Fashionable felts and velvets to wear now and all winter. Many styles In black and colors! All head sizes. sps^fessstf^ I'-'.',i ' i. Jtt»" '"" " :' Dish Pans 14-qt. pray Special 23c Curtains Rufflrs and Pane-Is Odd lota 29c Half Price Table ' Odds and ends from iii nil over the store. 1 Price WOMEN'S HAYON I(OSK • »3c Hinul(>.fs, .-upcr service weight. Pull colors. TWIN SWKATKK SETS - *1.9S Brushed wool in popular new colors. HOYS' KMCKEK SOCKS - 19c Fancy plaids — ela.stir Kips — clever patterns. New DECORATIVE PILLOWS $1 New fabric* — Plush brocades — Kopak filled! CHILD'S KNIT CAPS - 49c Popular hockey and sport HtyleJ. BOYS' DRESS SOCKS - 15c New up-to-the-minute patterns! WALL MIRRORS 20x20 IN. $1.00 Oval or pauel shapes — etched dedigns. MIXING BOWL SETS - 69c Colored Blu.*i, 3-plecu sets — red, blue, yellow. FRIGERATOR SETS «9c Tliree-|nei'f oval sets. Colored fe'lass. SPECIAL WORK SHIRTS - 1'Jc chauibruy for quality uiid wear. Richly Furred Dress Coats Gorgeous with rich fur*— Dressy styles— Durable fabrics- Hero arc tlic coiils you've dreamed about, hut iu'»i'r (Hiiicd! Sujierli fur collars wrap you In tin- luxury you adore — choicest lionele or pebbly crepe fabrics rcacli new heights for quality. \\nruitli, durability — unexcelled tailoring and ^r, luxurious I filings lend a refill air! Also see the \ famous II. X II. Hudson seal fabric coats with tremiinc Skinner's linings! //<?. ' / / < SPORT COATS SMART FIR FABRICS! They look Iik«' caracul anil are as warm as fur — smart sport soats or genuine Cera ml cloth. Cleverly tailored—practical and serviceable — exceptionally low! :$' DRESSES $7.95 Bright Colors and Trimmings crcpc or wool dn-sscs — ciilianrod by I lie trlcam or gold ornaments und piping . . . . iiDM'ltj uail-licml . . . Nliiiuuu>riiit; rhiiicsloues —('rocks ai;lo» uith colors of' rapturous beauty! $ i -• ••••'•3 W J; I .Mi'ir.s pi Rayon Slips | j Unions i"^! Itt'KUlar "!)<• value ft',- ^.'V-.ii Si/us :!rt M II. | Sulo ,,nco flM^' Kxlril S|M ' I! 59C 63 C jr.j ;| |||5 Blankets f ~<: V ;9'j I'in I wool douhlos :»&> Hi- Ur;i<-oii Indian W.'! jmltc-rn sin^lc.s %%$'•• $1.98 m. •Ji',ili,iii.iiii:i!l,lii!...ili;,.|.,iil:iiii.!iiiii-!ii:iilin.i!ii!. .:ii'i:,l|, «t; Seneca Aid Nets $96 Beaton: Th* Seneca Ladies' Aid held iU Affl buaar in the church teMOMat Friday evening, Oct. 23. Hot plate louche* wore wrved and • HOYS' I'OLO SHIRTS - tt'Ji- l.un,y slfrvf. knitted styles. Zipper front. HOYS' DHKSS SI1IUTS - »»c Fast color whirls for boys 6 to 14. tll'SK. ULOVES or Mitts doz. 1.49 Full cut aud roomy. Good values. Sparkling Hand made GLASSWARE Mu-Cut Crystal or blue ruby glass. Handle jelly-footed vases, jam dishes, candy dishes, 2-uaudle olive dishes, looted jellies, fruit bowls, deep bowls, etc 25c I'AItT WOOL ItL.VNKKTS - *:J.3'.I iJuillili: M;iiikft 7,'xM lilcicli ]il.iiii cfli <:t.s. I A NCI TO\VI.I.S L'ixH - i"Jc- Hi-,u> Wi-i-'ln, (Imiiili- llnriul mnt'lty I lull i 1 1 a.-. WASH (LOTUS li'x 1:.' - l()c Till- ml'lln lull U.llll I'll m.llrll r>t:I:i! MISSKS' t'OATS II to !»<( - $!).!)<) rittil^rJI-r 01 lltlcii .,l>liv, IU rirliira. S\O\> SIM I. i-l'IKCK - $7.!)5 All wool au.it. 1 -, /.ipiiur ia.-ioiiiu.L' r .T. HAM) HAGS, Uluck and ( olors $1 Zil>l>ertM>r handle stylts--l>urj;e uud iiiirrur. C'KKl'E PAJAMAS 2-niece- *1.»8 A now iiujuma fa.shiou — lon SPECIAL Child's-Womeii's KNIT GLOVES 19c Begular Me values! Department Stores SPECIAL Imported Fabric GLOVES 25c Harvettt Sale value!
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