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Mildred Knin Weds— Mildred Kain, daughter of Mrs John Kain, Plum Creek, nnd Carl F. Stillborn of Ackley, Iowa, were united in mnrrinpc nt St. Cecclin church this morning (Thursday). Father Mnllinger otTicinte.i i;i th single ring ceremony. Robert Kai Was the best man, nnd Isabel Kain, sister of the bride was th maid of honor. Both the bride nnd her nttcndnn Wore black velvet. Guosts at th wedding were Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnb'r Kain, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kain. M and Mrs. George Kain, Mr. and Mr. Fern Drono. Mnry C. Kain nn Mrs. John Kain. Following the ceremony a wed ding dinner was served at the Hole Algona. Mr. Stillborn was graduated from the Hampton high school and th University of Iowa. He is now in the grocery business at Ackley The bride was graduated from the St Cecelia Academy at Algona and later from the fowa Beauty college nt Des Moines. ^Following the wedding dinner Mr. nnd Mrs. Stillborn left for a week's trip to Rochester, Minnesota, after which they will be at home in Ackley. Kossuth Flower Club— The last meeting of this year for the Kossuth Flower club was held Monday night at the Library clubroom, and the annual election of officers was held. All were reelected, Mra. H. J. Bode, president; Mrs. H. J. Brechtbil). vice presPdent; nnd Mrs. Paul Wille, secretary-treasurer. Other officers will be appointed at a Inter date. Mrs. J O F Price, chairman; Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, Mrs. Tom Knin and Mrs Agnes Sceley wore placed on the program committee for the year. Academy Entertainment— The first four grades at the Acad cmy are busily preparing an enter tninment on November 12, Friday There will be over 80 children pres entod on the stage in this program The program will open u-ith th chorus singing a song in honor o the 150th anniversary of the sign ing of the constitution. Since the Sisters derive their name from the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin at the Temple -it the age of three, one number wll be in honor of that event, the feast of which is celebrated Nov- eml>pr 21. Shirlpy Elbert will portray our Blessed Lady at that nge. The public is invited to attend. Rebeknh Lodge Meeting— The Rcbekah lodge members met Tuesday evening at the hall for a business meeting. Following :he business meeting Mrs. Lillian Sheldon of Burt gave an interesting report on the State Grand Assembly vhich was recently held in Des Moines. E. O. Chipman of Burt eprcsentatlve ef Odd Fellows at he State Grand Assembly also gave i If A.* --- ------.*.., f t j ttr^tu st\ V g talk. Other guests from Burt in- ludcd Mrs. Mary Steward and Mr nd Mrs. Graham. Refreshments vere servea by Mrs. Rose Anderson . nd Mrs. Verna Ludwig. Book Club — Clan— Mrs. Fred Parks entertained her Dessert bridge club members at three tables at her home, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Doug'ns is a new memby of the club, and Mrs. Fred Gei?el of Irvington was a guest. High score prize In bridge wont to Mrs. Oeorgj ConkHn, pnd tno consolation prize was received by Mr.-?. Fred (Je:<ji:|. A Jcssort was served. Ifeir tl, 1037 Whittemore Husking Bee Helps Stricken Family with Fall Work Fuller Entertains— Mrs. W. J. Fuller wns hostess to her bridge club members at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. A one o'clock luncheon was served. Guests of the club wer Mrs. E. F. Griffith, Mrs. Alber ranzow and Mrs. Elizabeth Ames bury. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew von the high score prize, and Mrs B. E. Hilsteadt the low. Handkerchief Birthday Club— The members of the Handkerchief Jirthday club met Monday after- loon nt thc home of Mrs. Walter 3?ile in honor of her birthday. Mrs 3nlo received many lovely hand- terchiefs. Mrs. Frank Vera won rst prize at bridge, Mrs. Gordon :uhn the consolation prize, and frs. Andrew Godfredson the trav- I prize. Whittemore Host 5 Young People Church Societies ! Whittemore: St. Paul's Lutheran Y. P. S. held a rally Sunday in the Lutheran school hall here. In the Whittemore: A large group o Mrs. Opal Henry Greta Needed Aid When Neighbors Arrive coming The Flower club accepted the invitation to assist and cooperate with trie Alcronn Gladiolus society for the state gladiolus show to be held in Aljronn, August 14-J, 1 } The program was turned into nn open discussion on the success and failures of the club during thc past year. Twenty-two members were present and the next meeting will be held February 14 nfter a two months vacation during December and January. Hanson-Hard Woddfnj?— Annette Leonore Hanson of A gpna, daughter of Mr. nnd Mr Frank Hanson, became the bride o Hugh E. Ward of Algona. in a cer mony performed by H. V Reed justice of the peace, at Garner, o November 7. The bride graduated trom the Al gona high school in the class o 1937, and the groom attended schoo at Winterset, Iowa, and is at pres ent employed as a carpenter by Harley Troutman. He is a son of Donald Ward of Horn,- Hark acted as the groom's attendant, and Ermadine rfanson Bister of the bride, attended Mrs Wftrd* A single ring ceremony was used. nrties at Hotel— Mrs. S. O. Anderson, Mrs. B. T. gard, Mrs. Rae Asher, Mrs. M G. fcDowell, Mrs. H. M. Olson and Mrs. C. C. Shierk will be co-host , , ossc s at a luncheon-bridge and a Mrs. Howard French of Titonka, dinner bridge at the Hotel Algonn rs. D. D. Paxson. Mrs. H. M. dining room, Wednesday afternoon otter. Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick and evening, nd Mrs. Robert Larson of Algona' embers of the Book Club were Musical Tea— ! ', a ,, 7 °' CT|OC J5 dinner The Algona Woman's club will of Mrs. H. E. wood- meet at the home of Mrs. C. H. ° Urch ' eighbors and friend8 Hmh.,a i ' > ' s an ren8 ^tere a H. Discher delivered a very Inter- the farm home of Mrs. Opal Henry en ' for the to 8Ur P rise her wl ' h * husking bee vm n npr ,, young people. At 5:30 the local so- Those who helped pick were Augus r P6 ?f P « ttnd « d: Elbert. Nick Mergen, John Thill Fred Kollasch, Edward Besch, Ro- following land Weber, Leslie Forman sent by Emmetsburg, Mike Besch, Paul Ludwig, Joseph •" v "—s and Mergen, Harold Lohmeler, Simon beaut- Weber, John Baas, Herman Voigt autumn colors James Mergen, Louis Schumacher .-" oratlons ' I Frank Elbert, Joe Besch, Mike Sheppard, Earl and snapdragons were centerniece-q ^•.^iw n . e . .. . Tin Otandingft Are nh 0 at the ward f T»ri '<* """ I • — — •• ««v 1,1 it IITJIIIC UJ IVIICJ, \_, J-5 " TV , , c . Ino . re Wcdn e-'dny Cretzmeyer, Friday, November 12. terior Decoration' Liinchcnn-Bridgr and In and "The Nile. the proceeds will be used for charity. Dinner-Bridge Club- Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. W. L J-nien enter- wcr'TnV" 1 " M 7' R W ' Boeder \ talncd their dinner"bridgodub It vcro hostesses a a one o'clock n 7 o'clock pot luck dinner and luncheon nnd bridge party nt the bridge parly nt their home Tues Cronnn Home last week Wednesday, day evening There wcreT'euMt, There were six tables of bridge in Vic Lowe fnd Mrs. Any MrCorkle Bowling league results, Team W Skelly ..12 Wesley 8 Irvington 7 LuVerne 6 Court House 6 Burt 7 .*°Z I August Dietrich The ladies who came with well- prepare meals were: Mesdames Nick Mergen, Clarence Elbert, Earl Sheppard, Joe Besch, Mike Merg- T>I • *»r i I en - Slmon Henry, Mike Schumacher, 11118 Week Alvin Zlnnel. Grace Mueller and Paul Ludwig and the Misses Doras of | othv Besch, Molly, Esther and Jean y, Dorothy Mergn and Ger- aldint Sheppard. We are glad to report that Mrs- Henry was able to take a short ride Sunday and hopes to be able to walk in a few weeks. SCOOTS TAKE fO THE AUt—Explorer Troop 12, first Sky Scout troop in the United States, receives its charter from the Boy Scouts of America at Kansas City Municipal Airport. Pour Kansas City troops participated in the ceremonies which were watched by hundreds of spectators. Here Jack Fry* (left), president of T. W. A., sponsor of the troop, receives the charter from J. R. Battenfeld, president of the Kansas City Boy Scout Council. On the step above them are George H. Charno (left), Corns or Callouses are generally symptoms of more deeply seated trouble In the foot. Dion't neglect these early signs of trouble and allow more serious conditions to develop. Your feet are the foundation of your efficiency. DR. O. C. SHIERK Podiatrist (Foot Specialist) Qulnby Bldg. Phone 2NKW GSEELEY ,16 L Pet. 5 6 6 8 8 .500 .500 .478 .478 Flowers 7 Titonka 5 10 .333 J. C. C 4 8 .333 Phillips t 4 8 .333 Tonight (Thursday*. Phillips bowl the LuVerne team. Friday night, the Court House and Wesley meet. Next Monday. Phillips and Irvington are matched. Grandson Passes Mrs. Peter Haag of here received i word recently of the death of a grandson, Thomas, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Glascoe, who passed away last Wednesday. Thomas had been sick for some time. Mr. and Mrs Winterset — — Pratt Electric Party— Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt wore host and hostess to the members of the I-ratt Electric Company force at n "bingo" and dancing party ai their home. Saturday evening. .j..ee,,mi, -jec;uiici high prize was Sion' ^^^^\*^ ^"'^ f ^~ Godfredson, and Mrs. James Allen ' Mvro11 Liidwig wns surpris won the lucky chair prize. l e . d Monday evening, on her Urtfi — ••_ dnv '>y 18 of her friends. Proves Begin "Messiah" Practice— slve " 50 °" wn! > played, and the hon About 80 men and women aingers Th? " CC j Ved thc hi , Kh score P rize attended the first practice meetlnsr i •? ? Prepared and served a of those taking part in presentation lunche °" later in the of "The Messiah", by R. H. Rasmussen—„ ,„ uc „. „. . ented under the auspices of the Bel s ' Louis Hintz celebrated her Canto Music club, some time during , birthday, Tuesday evening. A 6 the Christmas spnqnn «oio^n«« ««l°ciock dinner was sprvpH in har the Christmas season. Selection of the chorus and soloists Is now und- h . onor fa y her friends. Thc eve- er way. About 100 persons are nln » was spent playing games and expected to take part in the pro- !£""*««:•. f- J - duction. Congregational Bible Class— The Bible class of the Congrega- ional church met Wednesday at he country home of Mrs. C. C Knudocn with Mrs. Joe Cosgrove *KS. Jfi* 0"*5 Scuffham assUt- McCuIloughs Entertain— * Mr, and Mrs. W. G. McCullough were host and hostess to their dinner-bridge club members, Monday evening. Prizes in bridge were received by Mrs. L. G. Baker and the host. The NEW CALL Wed. and Thurs. to 3::;0 p. m . only SHE LEARNED HOW TO IOVE (ram a GREENWICH VIIUCE AHTiSIl: i Benefit Beta Si^ma Phi Sorority Friday, Nov. 12 TRIED TO COME BACK... Latent March of Time lu)e,loi)e , ROBT. BfeNCHLEY / HELiN VINSON MICKEV ROONEV Special Preview Second Show Thurs. 9:30 P.M. KXTiiA Xl'KClM, Hohert Ben< hiey's "Hou To H,- K .n the Day" mil Ainold Johnson's Hand Sun. Men., Nov. 14-15 short birthday address. Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haggard observed their sixth wedding anniversary last Sunday with a small dinner party at their home on North Thorlngton street. Mrs. Jim Pool entertained her Monday noon luncheon and bridge club nt her home at the regular date. Mrs. Ralph Milier won high nnd Mrs. VV. P. French second hi g h School Program— District No. 5 of Union towshlp •vill have a program Tuesday, November 16, at Good Hope. Miss Fl- ic Stcussy is the teacher. Everyone is invited to attend the pro- fjram. I'lli- Hour (lull— '.' Mis. F. K. Sawy,-r served a one "clock luncheon to the 12 members "f her Inle Hour bridge club at her Home, Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was the afternoon's diversion. Airs. OKoii Hosli-j.Z- -Mr- 71 M. Olson entertained her Dessert bridge , l u h at two tables at her home, Tuesday afternoon. Community Club Of LuVerne In Session LuVerne: Mrs. R. H. Cerney. of Mason City, gave n very interesting portrayal of life and conditions of countries in Southern Europe at an open meeting of the LuVerne Community club Monday evening. She wore the native costumes o: Portugal. Italy, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Jugo-SIavla. wTien she was speaking about each of these countries. The audience, although small, enjoyed each picture as it was given to them by the speaker. Mrs. Cerney has visited these countries, making trips to the out >f way places where most tourists fail to reach. Miss Harriet Beatty accompanied >y Vera Madsen, sang two vocal numbers before the talk of the vening. ^ivermore Bazaar Net. Church $200 t t Tlu» OUnoMc battar red H t at Sacred Heart parish Hall uridiy was a huge success, with a clearance of $200 from the noonday dinner and bazaar. Mrs. Marie Hanson and Miss Alice McCarthy acted as chairman of the affair, assisted by Mrs. Louis Behounek. Mrs. Eugene Miles. Mrs. fJeorgc Lenertz and Mrs. Lucinda Hiinif'tn. The date of the Presbyterian supper and baz.-iar Iris been set for Sa' unlay. Dee. 1. The Methodist Aid h.-i.-, cliosen WednesdMV. Dec. , "*• '!•' '!i'' '!>!'• for it.s ha;: T.r -ind j \vill :il in serve supper. Edgar Rippentrop To Head Titonka 4-H Hugh R. Smith, Newspaper Man, Visits In Algona Mr. ami Mr*. Hugh H. Smith of \Vaoaslia, Minnesota, were Algona .Mio, ; s on their way to Kan An- "iio, lexa.s. whc-re they will send bo w '". ter - boy, being foreman per U,..s Moin of H'" ''' K ' f the y will spend "«»-''"•'» an old Algona n of the old Up- and the Advan Sat. Special, Nov. 13 ..TEAMED Ice the FIRST TIME Pop Eye "The FoottiaO Touch- Downer" New* Something to Be Thankful For Thanskgivkig Day—Plan Ahead Leslie Howard, Bette Davis, Eric Blore and Olivia DeHaviland in "IT'S LOVE I'M AFTER" Comedy sensation—laugh long-loud. One of the year's tope. ,, i,,U.. Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Mr edited a paper .-,t Wabasha any ye.,,, and .served as post' """ lor 1.1 years. He has relire.i, M .||i,, K h ,.s paper and l.-t,:,,t Ils p,,.,t, lllisle r. Mrs. Dall.y, v.,fe ,,f t|,e ] u t(. -j ,„,... . a, ,,1 a .,i,ter of Mr. Kniilh e (,n her v.ay south witli the , ; " 1 " i '" " «'".'-st of her ion, I 'alley. LuVerne Man Sells Livermore Station Titonka: Thp hoys' 4-H dull met at the rreanu-ry to rondui t ly b<: in-... i ; ;:nd el: t n,:v/ They ) resident. year- ,'\<;ir:i pentr. p: vif L - president. Glen Larson; secretary. Herman Schutjer- reporter. Richard Isebrand and historian, Glen Miller Donald Hehutjer, Donald Buffington and Herbert Isebrand an- new mem- beri to join the club. u " " I ti:..- i'mlli|i. •"•••it iicvmc- bought tiie place "111 H.-1IT.V WllHlllull of J.uVenie K'/inrt. h;i., tald-ii jioa.si:.-i.sion 1 iiit-l with mi.ifortmif Thur.sd:iy (iot taiifjlid up with a lll:i(lc (,t the !,,!, m 1,13 , ;,,- ;|,,|J (| lt . in.l ,,( t(,L- .-vcunij lin^u-r was taUt-n "11 ..iino.,1 to the Jirsl joint. j je '• vttlu,..; along nicely and u on 'inly. Mi' an.! Mrs. Dcvinu drove to K.ij;iu fjrovc Monday where they *!".•"t U/e night with the mother of Mi., iJuvint. John Devine assists at the station. New Supervisor For Register-Trib. About 30 Register & Tribune route men and supervisors from as far away us Osage, Clear Lake. Spencer, Fort Dodge and Humboldt met at the home of W. J. Payne, Monday night, to hold a business meeting and launch a new supervisor, Virgil Anderson, who replaces Don Stiles In the Algona- Fort Dodge area. Boll Call Starts The annual Red Crow roll call begin* next Monday, Nov. 15, local worker* nave announced. New Warning on Outside Peddler. A bulletin from the Chamber of ( ommerce appeals again to members of th e chamber and local residents to please cooperate by aah- uiK that all peddlers have curd., from the local chamber before liitenintf to thiir stories. Several i-eient i a.,es of money being lost from fraud have been reported lo- '••>lly. all for small .sums, but enough >u nuke precautions necessary, tlit i'ulietin says. St. Benedict Man Collapses at Work .St. Benedict: John Witte is laid uji with a very lanie haek. He had le.nr ,11^, (1 honie po|j cases when suddenly lie collapai'd und had to l>e an>i.-,ted to the house and is now se,tiicly able to move from hm bcil Reece Farm Sale f. \V. Ki.n-e is holding a farm le at Ins place, four miles north and one and one-half miles we.,1 of La kola. Saturday. Nov. 20th. iJe- tail.-i of tlie sale will he found in an ad elsewhere in this labile. Paul Urich visited with relatives nt Garner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helmke were at Fort Dodge on business Wednesday. The Jess Dugan family of Burt visited nt the James Kelso home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinz of Lu- Verne visited with relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Arno Nolan of Ruthven visited with Mrs. Josie Goff here Thursday. A girl, the first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover, last week. The G. L. Benschoter family of here visited relatives in Algona and LuVerne. Sunday. Geo Alig and daughter, Bernice of Pocahontas visited at the Conrad Alig home here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sheidler and family visited with relatives at Barnum and Des Moines, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith and son, Ellsworth, spent Sunday at the Lloyd Walker home in Algona. Mra. Leo Waldschmldt of Wesley spent several days last week visit- Ing her mother, Mrs Margaret El- btrt, . Mrs. James Crawford apent several days last week visiting her sis- :er, Mrs. Miller and other relatives 'n Minneapolis. Mrs. Herman Braatz of Milwaukee, Wis., is here for a two weeks' ,'iait with the Louis Braatz family ind with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C L. C.ivanatisn vLsitiHl nt the- Uc-t Uotch homu .it Humboldt, Sunday. Mr. Gotch 13 Mrs. CuvanaUKh's brotlic--. ^Mr. and Mr.>. Ambrose Becker of Vernon Outer, Minn., wei-u K'n'sts at the John Morle home last week Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Morle arc Bisters. Mrs Martha Heist and family of Raston, Minn., and Miss Ruth Heisc of Blue Earth, Minn., visited at thc August and Frank .Schattschneiuer homes Sunday. Mrs. Lena Hengel and son Art of Fenton and Mi.ss Angela Zim- brich of Bemidjl, Minn., visited at the Frank Schattschneider home on Friday afternoon Mr. and Mra. Werner Braatz, Mr and Mrs. Fred Struecker und Will Struecker drove to Fort Dodge. Sunday, to visit Mrs. Henry Krucg- er, who is in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ostwald nnd family of Wesley are here to spend a few weeks with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mra. P. J. Fuchsen. Dee is husking corn at the Fuchsen farm. Mrs. Don Sylvester returned to Sioux Citv Thursday. Hlie came here to attend the funeral of her J-unt, Uenevieve Bigley of New York City. Jirn Bigley accompanied her to Sioux City lor a tw- weeks' visjj. Mrs. Harry Firkins and daughter, Evelyn anil Miss Luicle Jensen "f Dows. Mrs. Harley Greene and 'laughter of Fairmont, Mrs. K. A 'laughter of St. James, Minn., spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs Mary Brogan. Mrs. Kus:,.-! Sa.under.-i ,-.,,,1 her daughter.-*. Alum, Genevicvu and KIcanore of Britl visited with Mr:, Suunder.s 1 part-tit.,, Mr. an-1 Mrj \V T. Oliver, Saturday. Mr:,. Saund- •-•rs returned Saturday evei.in,' and the girls remained until Sunday evening. Kroehler's Outstanding Values Stop in and see the new Kroehler Suites First Lutheran Church M. A. 8jo»trand, pastor Next Sunday: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Vesper worship at 7:30. Confirmation class on Saturday at 9 a. m. Luther Brothrhood Tuesday, Nov. 16. Every member canvass, Sunday Nov. 21. Trinity Lutheran Church I*. J. Brunei-, pa*tor Sunday School at 10 a. m. English services at 10:30 a. m. Confirmation instruction Saturday at 8:30 a. m. The Algona circuit meets Sunday afternoon at two o'clock in St John's Lutheran church, Feuton. Urn. E. A. Wetobrod attended the Woman's Missionary society meeting in F«uton, Thursday afternoon. Farmer'* Finger Injured in Picker Seneca: Ray Osborn, farmer northeast of Seneca got his right hand in a corn picker Thursday. The fore finger was somewhat uam- aged. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman of near Swea. City were dinner guesU at the Tom St. John home, Sunday. Mr. and Urn. Wm. Dreyer and son of near Fenton spent Sunday afternoon at the Leslie Denton home. Margaret Patterson and Virginia Houae of Waterloo are spending several days at the George Patterson borne and helping car* for Mr*. Patterson, who was injured in the Simpson accident. At Homecoming Alida ThilgMi, who teaches «a*t of West B«nd, attended the Univsns- ity at Iowa , w«sk end, at low* City. over "IT HAPPENS NOWHERK ELSE ON EARTH'—Tho above official state road si^i; is located at the junction of highways 11 and 56 one mile north of North Loup. Nebraska. Tin- toivns of Horace and Greelcy asc located as shown, and combined they make name of Horace Greeley, whose advice to young men was "Go West"! YOUTH CHEATS EUXIK OP DEATH — Chattanooga, Tenn.: Edward Shelby, 11 years old, Is alive and well today after talcing more than two ounces of the Elixir of Sulfanllamlde prescribed as a cure for a throat infection. The elixir has taken. 46 lives in the United States. Federal authorities are exerting every effort to locate and recall nil shipments of the elixir in the hope of preventing more deaths. This Beautiful Suite as Shown, only $89.50 If you are looking for bargains check this $89.50 2-piece Living Room Suite 59.50 $127.50 2-piece Living Room Suite _$98 $89.50 3-piece Walnut Bedroom Suite at $65.00 3 $13.50 Occasional Chairs . $9.75 Many more items on our floor greatly reduced. We must have the room for Christmas items. < < Foster Furniture Company November COAT SALE Now is the time to buy your winter coat Stocks m still complete—plenty of Eizen and styles. PRICES SLASHED FUR TRIMMED COATS O4 23 Georgeous Fur Trimmed CoaU--fa,hioned of long-wearing Boucle., .oft and warm Fleece., colorful Tweed, and mixture.. Soft .atin lin- mg. wUh warm lamb, wool interlining.. NOVELTY COATS ' 14 WARI * S p .P RT COATS """ 9 KRESENSKY'S Lwues and OhiMr*«»<» J?_l ™ ^r lOOKing .Dart coat* in 14* A n »i . ^* *"»™ari ^^reaii WLtt c? •* more staple .tyle. and color*. * ° mei1 m Ott Yaw Diwpunt |p g, * ^

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