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Tte Algol* trpjtef Peg Moinss, Algofta, towa, Nw. 18, 193? Five Day Sale Of Jack Sprat Foods-Nov. 19 to 24 Crisco ........ 3 Ib. can 55c Pumpkin Pie Spice ..... . . lOc Marshmallows ..... llb.pkg.15c Powdered Sugar .... 2 Ibs. for 19c With colored tablet* JACK SPRAT Pumpkin ...... 2 No. 2 cans 19c Mince Meat ...... 9oz. pkg. 9c JACK SPRAT Gelatine Dessert .... 2 pkgs. tor 7c No. 1 English Walnuts ... Ib. 19c Peas, Mayflower sweets ... 2 for 19c Fruit Cocktail ...... No. 1 can I5c -TACK SPRAT Whole Kernel Corn . . . No. 2 can 15c Cranberries ....... 21bs. for25c Lettuce, large size ...... 2forl5c MEATS Pork Loin Roast, end cuts . . . Ib. 20c Pure Lard ....... 41b. pkg. 52c CXIDAHV'S PURITAN Hams, 8 to 10 pound average . . Ib. 27c 7'Incc your orders onrly for Turkeys, Ducks, (iceso and Thickens Anderson's £ Theatre Dailv Matinees Friday-Saturday, Nov. 19-20 1 Sunday-Monday, Nov. 21-22 Sure-fire hit Chuckles—howls. ERROHLYNN JOAN BLONOEU iClip This Coupon Fri., Nov. 19 One Paid Admission and this ticket will admit 2. Tuesday, Nov. 23 Matinee from 11 o'clock A 3-Bell picture. Jimmy Fidler says. "Thoroughly enjoyable" \cTttUNOER Plus Hugh Herbert M ny Bobson'-;,."' v Allen Jenkins In "Romance Celluloid" Wednesday, November 24 Deanna Durbin in "100 Men & a Girl" Plus All Kids' Band Act News Will Celebrate Silver Weddlnjr— Mr. and Mrs. George Spongberg will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary with a dinner Sunday. The anniversary day falls on Friday Nov. 19. but Mr. Spongberg will not be home from his mall run in time to observe that day. Here for the occasion are Mrs. Spongberg's sister, Mrs. Janus Jergensen and two children of Dagmar, Montana, who arrived the first of the week, and will visit until after Thanksgiving. A special feature of the wedding anniversary dinner will be a wedding cake which relatives are sending from Denmark to arrive this week. Mrs. Spongberg recently returned from Chicago where she had visited her son. Carl, who has been attending the Academy of Fine Arts since the first of September. Carl likes his work and is receiving very good grades. Dinner-Bridge Series— Helen Dingley, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan haVe issued invitations for a 6:30 dinner-bridge party Thursday evening (tonight) at the Sullivan home. The event will be the second in a series of three given by the hosts and hostesses. The third will be given Sunday evening. Twenty guesls are invited to each gathering and after dinner hours will be spent at bridge. The first of the series was given Sunday evening and Mrs. J. L. Bonar won high prize for women and Dr. M. G. Bourne the prize for the men. The tables were attractively decorated with cut flowers and candies in lavender and yellow. Bridge Party— Mrs. Hugh Post. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan were joint hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the home of Mrs. Oscar 'Anderson, on Tuesday afternoon. Thanksgiving decorations and favors and a Thanksgiving menu were used. There were seven tables of bridge. Mrs. William Gcering won the high score prize. Mrs. Louis Lynk the second prize. Mrs. Tom Dniley the chair prize and the consolation prize \vcnt to Mrs. Jimmie Allen. Pre-Srhool Group— Mrs. E. W. Hanson will entertain the eight members of her Pre- School Child Study group today (Thursday). The women will listen to a radio program from Ames, followed by a general discussion. W. F. M. S.— ~"~ The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet today (Thursday) at the home of Mrs. W. A. Foster. GARMENTS Repaired Relined Remodeled It ousts so little to have the changes made to make your clothes fit well and look up-to-date. Clopton, The Tailor Phone :',8 OOvC-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOv I!"iIK- Brand MINCE MEAT io<)'.;, pi us hulk «r pint jars Long's Wedding Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Crulkshank •ntertained Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jrnnzow at a dinner party Sunday, honoring the latter couple's 6Sth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, and Mr. and Mrs. Rfllph Morgan were also in attendance. Albert Granzow, Mrs. Cruikshank. and Mrs. Morgan are children of the elder Granzows. Theatre Party— Dick Palmer, Richard Wheelock, Mark Scheme!, Robert Amunson, George Dutton, Burns Nugent, Max Bartholomew, and Merle Conklin were guests at a theatre party honoring the 13th birthday of Owen Nichols, Jr., Saturday afternoon. Following the show refreshments were served at the Nichols home by Mrs. Owen Nichols. Birthday Anniversaries— The birthday anniversaries of Mrs. L. C. Hanson and Mrs. James Neville will be honored next Tuesday evening by members of the O. N. O. bridge club. A six-thirty dinner will b e held at the Neville home after which the members will adjourn to the D. D. Monlux home for a business meeting. HI-Lo Club- Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves entertained her Hi-Lo bridge club at her home, Tuesday evening. Guests of the club were Mrs. Oscar Erickson and her guest, Mrs. Ferd Erickson of Minneapolis. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ferd Erickson and Mrs. G. R. Cook. There were eight present. MANY PAY FINAL TOIBUTE AT GEO.GRONRACH RITES, SUNDAY Out-of-Town relatives and Friends Attend Whit temore Service , WhltteVnore: Out of town relatives and friends who attended the funeral of George Gronbach, 48, Sunday at' St. Paul's Lutheran church were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Htntz, Gottlieb Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman, Geo. Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, Mrs. Frieda Steussy, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Steinman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helmers, Nellie Florence Steinman, Paul James and Rinner Helmers, all of Algona. Lena Warmbier of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselman of West Bend. Greet Lida Potratz. Thirty young folks gathered at the Albert Potratz home Sunday evening to surprise Miss Lida Potratz on her birthday. Bunco was played at six tables. High prize was won by Helen Ohm and low by Alvera Behnkei Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Auxiliary— The American Legion and Auxiliary will hold a joint .county meeting Thursday evening at Titonka. Luke Miller of Titonkn. county commander, has promised an interesting speaker as well n.i a special movie for everybody nfter the meeting. Naomi Circle— The Naomi circle will meet with Mr . William Dehnert. Friday. November 19, Mrs. C. Herman and Mrs. Meta Recliield will be the assisting hostesses. The women will pack it box of fruit and jelly for the I. O. O. K home in Mason City. Plum Creek Pie Social- There will be a pie social and program in the new school building in Plum Creek township on Friday evening, November 19. Lunches will be sold and there will be free coffee for everyone. Gcn- evieve Altwegg is the teacher. Bridge Club— Mrs. P. J. Christensen entertained her bridge club members at a 6:30 dinner and bridge party at her lome, Tuesday evening. There were tables of bridge in play, with the high score prize going to Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. At Implement Meeting Mr. Miller and James Hogan from the implement shop, attended the International Harvester Co.'s big truck delivery day In Mason City last Wednesday. Eighty-four trucks were delivered that day. two of which were brought to Whittemore. Harold Knecht and the Whittemorc Implement Co. nre the new owners. About 200 dealers attended and all enjoyed a banquet in the evening. Fenton, Swea City Young Folks Get M. E. League Posts Fenton: The Fenton Epworth League members were hosts to all leagues of the sub-district at a rally in the Fenton Methodist church on Monday evening, Nov. 15. Dr. E. A. Roadman, president of Morningside College at Sioux City, gave the address, which Was on Education and Religion. Ijofori- starting hi.i talk, Dr. Roadman commented on the seven Methodist ministers including him- .sclf, who weren't fooling about .'i corn hiKikiiiK contest whii-h was held Monday near Rolfe. The K«v. Dayton of Di'.'keus won first by picking 1.2)0 pounds of corn in fiO minutes. Dr. Roadman stood at fifth, place and the Rev. V.'. ti. Muhlcmari, district .superintendent of Algonu who made the initial challenge was last. Rev. Dayton was given a silver coffee pot During the business meeting, sub- district officers were elected vith llershull Hurtman of Fenton elected president; Ruselle Whitlow of Armstrong, bccn-tury and a Mis* Rolund, acting president of the Swea City league, treasurer. were 107 member* and 33 at the meeting. The comprise* Epworth Leagues therville, Armstrong, Graettinger, Dolliver, Swea City, Huntingdon and Ketiton. Parents of Son Mr. ami Mrs. Richard Kaschmitter are parents of a ten pound boy born Saturday. The child was named Richard. Jr. Mrs. Peter Elbert who was quite sick last week, is reported as feeling much better. Helen Farrcll of Mason City visited with her mother. Mrs. Nell Farrell, over the week end. Mrs. Gertrude Spilles of here spent this week at the Leo Spilles and Wesley Dutton homes at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schall of Adrian, Minn., visited at the Theodore Knecht home here Saturday evening. Mrs. Merrill Rawson. daughter. Mary Catherine and son, Jimmie, of Anamosa, spent the week end with old friends here. Leon Benschoter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Benschoter, spent the week end at the Chester Powers home at Kanawha. Lida Potratz and Eldora Maahs visited at the Francis Schwendemann home at Fort Dodge from Thursday until Sunday. ' Frank Bestenlehner returned on Monday from a week's visit with his son. Bud at Chicago and also relatives in Prairie du Chien. Wls. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, daughter Helen and Eleanora Voigt visited at the Professor Lee H. Campbell home at Spencer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gilbert of 0*ka- loosa, Mrs. Louise Hyde and Mrs. George Benschoter of Algona were callers at the G. L. Benschoter home Monday. Conrad Allg of here accompanied George All* of Pocahontas to Metamora, HI., Saturday, where they attended the funeral of their brother, John AHg. __ Mesdames Chester Powers. Chester Haller, A. B. Herdman. O. K. Johnson and Fred Knudson of Kanawha were dinner guests at the G. L. Benschoter home. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brattz and family, Clarence Strucker of here and Mrs. Martha Braatz of Milwaukee. Wis,, spent Sunday at the Merlyn Stauffcr home at Minnesota Lake, Minn. Notv paying An Investment Rule THAT HAS NO EXCEPTIONS .. * Buy safety ofprincipal and « c f ofSd ^toS independence. INSURED SHADES Your savings in the Algona Federal Savings & Loan shares are insured up to $5,000 "by a United State Government agency, and your investment will earn 4% per annum. We will lend you money to buy, build, or remodel your home. Pay us iust like rent! ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Algona, Iowa EXTRA VALUES! 'AS WE SAID LAST WEEK Our meats are treats and cheap Long's FUR Coat Sale Marshall & Swift furs assure you of the best. See this line of fur coats at The Elite Shop on Saturday, November 20. New Styles —Luxurious Pelts—Expert Craftsmanship—Moderate Prices. Mr. Woolworth, fur expert, will be with us to assist you in making your choice. Payment plan if desired. The ELITE Shop WITH TfffSi For bc A liugu ;i.,.:><ji tint-in of colorful ChrUtmas cards in many designs. Kach with matching envelope. BOXED CARDS 10 lovely cards with matching folders for - 25 different cards and folders in a box for only 25c Watch for Opening t ot Toy Town We Give Green Stamps BEN FRANKLIN This big Bedding Event brings you values seldom .equalled and brings them just at the start of the winter season. Special purchases made during the 'off-season' makes these miraculous savings possible. Buy your bedding NOW and 25% and more. Candlewick Bedspreads Attractive well covered designs of candlewick in colors on natural ground E-c;pt size SDx 108 in-hex f')r $2.98 Standard quality 42x36 inch torn and hemmed bleached pillow cawes 24c PART WOOL BLANKETS Kxtra si?e and extra heavy j.nrt wool double bed blanket* in ut- tructivu block plaid 72xS4 inch. $3.98 pair w. v. Sutler, aer Mattress Covers An excellent quality heavy thread muslin in size nnd depth for this new style box mattress $1.48 Mattress Pads Closely stitched heavy quality bed pad* thit are nicely made. 94x76 Inch for Size All Wool Blankets L.argi' Huffy pure virgin wool blankets in the extra size 72x81 inches. Thi-re arc ni.iny beautiful colors. WOOL FILLED COMFORTABLES Lustrous sateen covered com- forteis in dainty two tone effects—filled with fluffy wool, which gives warmth without much weight. Bates Bedspreads I^arge double bed size crochet spreads in the wanted bed room colors 81x108 inch. $9.98 $7.95 $2.98 81x99 SHEETS Genuine "Wearwell" bleached sheets in the most wanted sizes 72x89 or 81x99 inch for 98c These Values Will Not Be Repeated! BUY NOW! COTTON BLANKETS Large double bed size double blankets of a heavy fluffy quality. Solid colors or plaids. Sale Price $1,93 BLANKET SHEETS White blanket sheet* of a heavy teasel quality In lize ,72x99 in. Sale Price $1.19 PT. WOOL BLANKET Beautiful two-tone part wool comfortable blankets that are a marvelous value at Sale Price $3.98 Christensen Bros. Co.