The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 18, 1938
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tJnton Twp. M. ft D.— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor entertained at their home near Algona Thursday for a mid-day pot luck luncheon and program for the Members of the Union Mothers and Daughters club. The entire affair Was arranged by the rilen with Rob- eft Harvey, Henry Tjaden, Tom Reid, Larry Gisch, Roy Sarchett and Joe Rlcker In charge. The attendance totaled 60. Joe Ricker acted as an announcer. The program Included a clarinet solo by Phyllis Sawyer, a trumpet solo by Merle Pratt, a short talk by the Rev. F. E. Burgess, two vocal solos "Duna" and "'When Irish Eyes are Smiling" by Mrs. M. G. Bourne accompanied by Miss Frances Wlnkel at the piano. Mrs. E. L. Dlckemeyer played a ntandolin-guitar-harp aria her daughter Maxlne sang 'Nobody's Darling" and "Mother." The next meeting of the club will be held January 27 In Algona with Mrs. Cora Bacon as hostess. She will be assisted by Delia Troutman and the guest speaner will be Mrs. Geo. St. John. Golden Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Cook, the form- party to be given later in the month. Mrs. Alice Hutchins' circle will also meet on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock In the home of Mrs. Carrie Potter. Dance Club*— Approximately 100 couples attended the carnival-dance sponsored by the young folks club of which Alvln Briggs Is president, Wednesday evening at the V. F. W. hall. Ray Cook's orchestra furnished the music, and also furnished the music Thursday evening for the Young Married Folks club dance held on Thursday evening in the same hall. Fifty couples attended this dance. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien served on the committee. Committee for the next dance is Vic Lowe and Ray McCorkle. W. F. M. S.— The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met with Mrs. A. A. Bishop Thursday afternoon. There were 58 in attendance. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Paul Wille, Mrs. A. J. Keene, Run On Lard— Pays to Advertise •Just a few lines of comment regarding grocery advertising In the Tuesday newspaper. Last week the A. ft P. Tea Co. ran a Tuesday grocery ad. By mistake, a portion of the Algona city delivery papers went through with lard priced at 4 Ibs. for 28 cents. The price should hnve been 43 cents. But, within two hour* after the papers started rolling from the press, the local A. & P. storp was getting rails for lard, at the lower (and wrong) prlc<«» Point is, grocery advertising on Tuesday Is read thoroughly. Don't overlook » good bet. People ent seven days a week. Cribbagc Club- Mr, and Mrs. G. D. Brundage were host and hostess to the members of their newly organized crib- bagc club, Friday evening. The prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Aiwin Huenhold. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker next week Friday evening. Honor Birthdays «• better known as -£ap\"wlH ob-' Mrs. Ru., se ll Maxwell, Mrs.' Geo'rge | a ^'M^ke^'dlnnlr" 1 D^v' 11 serve Sunday, January 23, In honor Nieman, Mrs. Ed Taylor and Mrs. bridge at her home of their 60th wedding anniversary. Margaret Bishop. Mrs. Ed Genrich ' orlage al ner nome Mr. and Mrs. Cook were married in ' Presided. Devotions were led by 1888 in Dubuque county. They at • Mrs - Rus sell Maxwell, and the les- one time farmed In Union township son was S'ven by Mrs. Thomas Remand have lived In Algona since 1914 i "• Sin eing was led by Mrs. Vaughn Elbert Twins, Two— Ronald and Donald, twins sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, were two years old, Sunday. Their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves and Mrs. Margaret Elbert were their guests at a birthday dinner Sunday. Laf-a-lot Club— The Laf-a-iot bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Ben Dwenger on Thursday afternoon with high honors going to Mrs. Bernard Devlne, and low to Mrs. John Fraser. A delightful two course luncheon was served. Birthday Luncheon— Mrs. Florence Peterson was the honorec at a birthday luncheon given by her sister. Mrs. Vaughn Rising, at the letter's home Friday afternoon. Covers were laid for A social afternoon was en- eight, joyed. Birthday Party— Mrs. Theo. Herbst entertains at a birthday party for her son. Jo- Jo, who was nine years old today (Tuesday). Twelve of Jo-Jofs friends were present, and the afternoon was spent playing bingo. .'Missionary Meeting— The Woman's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. "J. B. Murtagh, assistnig hostess wi Mr. Cook is 78 years old and Mrs ' nntl "sht refreshments served by Cook 68. They are the parents of the committee. four children, G. R. Cook. Mrs. ' Henry Johannsen, Jr., and Mrs. L. Carol Nubbeson Weds- , ., . . C. Schichtl of Algona and Mrs. M. T Tluftnn „* r r>*--=•"- «.,o.«i. menus 01 uaroi Nu h^^'^S,^™?:.™^ f.rmcr local Jewel Tea Friends of Carol Nubbeson. n the Henry Johannsen „„„. followed by open house at the Cook home from 2:00 until 5:30 o'clock. Relatives and friends have been Invited to call to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Cook on their golden wedding day. s Kebekah Installation— A t -i 8 "^ °" e wi " be inter ested In learning of his ^i« am ™L d er I marriage to Ger oda McDowell, on home, terian church in Centerville. Mrs. Nubbeson was employed at the Iowa Des Moines National Bank. Mr. Nubbeson was recently transferred to Waterloo as general agent. After a brief trip Mr. and Mrs. Nubbeson will be at home in Waterloo. Spaghetti Dinner- h M-H. --", lodge No - neld Its regular semi-annual I AK«, f installation of officers last Tues-1 Ab °V t once a vear - < nlng honoring the birthdays of Mrs. I be Mrs. C. Redemski and the leader George Johnson, Gordon Kuhn, and Mrs - Frank Geigel. Leon Merritt. Covers were laict for eight. High score at bridge was Bridge Foursome— received by Mr. and Mrs. Werritt. j Mrs. Aiwin Huenhold entertain __ . _ . ed her contract bridge foursom uessert Club— group at her home Wednesday eve The Dessert club was entertained ning. Guests were Mrs. Karl Hoff by Mrs. Gene Wray at the Wray man, Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Mrs home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Louis George Miller. Lvnk received the high score prize, Mrs. Leon Merritt the travel prize, and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, the low prize. Mrs. Oscar Anderson was the guest of the club. HI-Lo Club- Mrs. G. R. Cook entertained the members of her Hi-Lo bridge club at her home, Wednesday evening. Bridge was played at two tables. Beta Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Phi business girls' sorority will meet for a reg. ular meeting, Tuesday night (to night) at the home fo Mrs. Jack Hilton. Delphian Society— The Delphian society will meet on Tuesday afternoon (today) for a one Mrs. Harry Hargreaves received the , o'clock luncheon at the Hotel Al- - Shumway __._.. v * v«iii,ctn leUtL All EH- ' *. ii — .....».^ day evening. District Deputy Pres- ?f. U u mg . e to do thin & s ln the Ident Lucille Delllnger and District kitche "' whlch ca "s for prepara- Deputy Marshal Carrie Wrleht and i n of a s P ecla "y concocted recipe their staff installed the followine of- a\ ? me made s P a K h «ttf. Last fleers: K l Saturday was the night, and Mr. N. G., Emma Dehnert • V G El Shu "J wav Prepared and served his mira Green; secretary Mable Lund- ? pa S nettl dinner to a group of ten treasurer, Verna Lud'wie- warden' ' ,fr n ^ s - Brid E e followed. Mrs. H. Lorraine Riddle; conductress Ruth ' S^,, MI "^ W T the hlgn P rize - H - w - Luhd; I. G., Bertha Spear- OO ' Mlller the chalr P rize - and Jam es Alma Nelson; R. S. to N. G., Car-I tag the consolat lon award. . rle Wright; L. S. to N. G., Esther' Barton; R. S. to V. G Millie ' Far eweH Party— P 3 " Hels - 1 Nine met at the delicious lunch was served. Congregational Circles- ™ a! f Herma n: In-, son home Thursday evening at a WHght: re P°rter, I covered dish 7 o'clock dinner hon- hA:r . mu « lcta ". Syl- ) "ring Betty HilsTeadt, who moved A . ft _ er ""*allation to Boone .Friday. Guesta . Betty Merritt, Mildred Pratt Gayle Shackelford, Marjorle Phillips Maxine Hargreaves. Phyllis Sawyer. ™- J Fuller. Norrine Grelner and Larson. The honoree was Mrs. Ted Larson's circle of the Enid F Woman's Association of the Con- Marine ________ .... frgational church will meet Thurs- Presented with a gift **y 'afternoon with Mrs. May Har- 8 u ne °' clock l unch hostesses are Mrs. . Dennis Goed ,- . and Mrs. Clark Scuffham . k« , Sml ' n ' s cir cie will meet . « , 2£. e °f lock 'uncheon at her - v •«*»* •uncnoorT plwu wUI be made for a Wrthday for Daughter- Mrs. E. J. Hodges entertained a group Friday evening in honor of her daughter, Mrs. James Reid of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, who is visiting here. Bridge was played at two tables with Bernice Stock winning the prize for high score. Other . gue»U were Mj.. Coate. Mrs. C. N. AaUs, Mrs. Irvln deeman," June 'and high score prize, and Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg received the consolatlon prize. Entertain Foursomes— Mrs. Joe Greenberg was hostess last Thursday afternoon, at a bridge foursome which followed an informal luncheon. , Mrs. L. E. Linnan entertained a bridge foursome at her home, Friday afternoon, followed by a buffet luncheon. Surprise Party— " Louis Lynk was honored at a surprise party at his home Sunday given by his wife. Mr. Lynk's birthday was the occasion and a 6:30 dinner was served to 12 guests. The evening was spent playing games, and the honoree was presented with a gift. Dinner-Bridge— ' Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman were host.and hostess at a 7:00 o'clock dinner and bridge party at their home, Sunday evening. Covers were laid for eight Mr. and Mrs. Maurice C. McMahon were winners of the high score prize at bridge. gona. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore will talk Bridget Club- Mrs. J. W. Little entertafned the members of her Bridget club at three tables this afternoon (Tuesday). Naomi Circle— The Naomi Circle will meet Friday afternoon with Mr». Antone Helen Corey and Ella Lewis. Anniversary Sale ^ at our pn^ent location, and with the Chry»!er and Plymouth contract years of splendid DUSUMMM far beyond our expectations. With the public acceptance continually powing from year to year of the«e two truly fine cars we expect to do even a greater bus« t£t!?fl fl 6 ^ °t I9M - T ° take **"* Ot "^ •x" 1 "" 1 * we **» *°to* *° «*«uee our present stock of twenty-five Used Cars an much aft possible within Uie next two weeks. The following care listed have been reconditioned if nere«»ary and are ruaranh-ed to be as represented. PLYMOUTHS VMl Plymouth Tudor—with built in trunk. Tin-s like new—hu-.- heater— (black) 1 ( J3G Oiumietal Plymouth Deluxe 4 door Si-dan. A\\ new Tires- heater. A-l condition. 11«(] Plymouth 2 door Sedan—splendid condition. FORDS 1!/:!G Ford 4 door Deluxe Sedan with built-in trunk. Has Columbia rear axle overdrive, custom radio and heater—a nice family car 1935 Ford Deluxe 2 door with Karl-Keen trunk. A dandv car for those who need extra trunk room—splendid condition throughout. 1934 Ford 4 door, deluxe Sedan, lots of goods miles and not too much money. 1929 Ford Coupe—a good used car for little money. CHEVROLETS 1934 Master Coupe—good. 1934 Master Town Sedan—like new. 1930 Chevrolet 4 door Sedan-*) wire wheels-trunk rack. Repainted and motor completely overhauled. If):52 triiek S. \\ r . H. 1930 Chevrolet Coupe with Pick-up box, now being overhauled in the shop. OLDSMOBILE rims like new. We have a real Many Cheaper Ones BODYSHOP No wreck job is too binaJl or too big for our shop. This shop was furnished with -til new eqmpment of latest type within the last year. See us for free estimate. All work guaranteed MAXWELL MOTORS Plum Creek Lit. Club Meets Today Irvington: The Plum Creek Literary society will meet Wednesday, Jan. 9, with Mnh:-iaille -Black as hostess. The meeting is to be a public welfare Meeting with a talk on "Health." Mrs. Lora Raney will give a story entitled "Bystander." : . •-. •'Crecto Club . Electo The Embroidery club of Cresco township was entertained by Mrs. Carl Brown last Wednesday for their regular January meeting. The business portion of the meeting cor.- slsted of the election of officers, which were: Mrs. Margaret Graham, president; Mrs. Zelba Brown vice president and Mrs, Pearl Parsons, secretary-treasurer. Women's Club Holds Interesting Meeting Friday The Algona Woman's club hel Its first-meeting since the holiday on Friday, January 14th, at 2:3( o'clock at the Library with "G«rd ens" as the part of the topic of the year's. study and "The American Scene, Vignettes of Yesterday and Today," During the business meeting, Mrs H. M. Potter, In the absence of the corresponding secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Granzow, read a letter from Senator Herring stating his position on the subject of neutrality legislation and keeping the United States out of war. There was read a letter from Congressman Gilchrlst. also, on the same subject. Mrs. Glen Raney gave a report on the sale of 132 towels made by blind women of Iowa, for which she had taken orders. Mrs. Lura Sanders, in her report as treasurer, announced that Mrs. Robert Larson, chairman of the shoe fund, had spent about $15.00 for galoshes and shoes for children who needed them. Mrs. Sanders said the children were so pleased with their gifts, because previously they had not been allowed to play in the snow. Since Mrs. W. K. Ferguson was unable to be present to give her :alk on gardens, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, chairman of the program committee, asked Mrs. Paul A. I Wille to read a paper on "Garden Poetry and Music", and Mrs. Potter to read "Gardens for Living" (which had been given on the radio by Mrs. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Marie Rlchter Honored Miss Marie Richter was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower at the Rlchter home Thursday night, and which was attended by about 25 women friends. Mrs. Leo Blelch and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer were hostesses at the entertainment. Miss Richter will be married next Saturday morning at nine o'clock at the St. Ambrose Cathedral In Des Molncs to Mr. Gary of that place, but formerly of Bancroft, where both attended high school. Miss Rlchtei was previously honored at three other pre-nuptlal showers, one at Bancroft, one at Algona where she lias been Working as a registered nurse, and the third at her parental iome Monday afternoon. Wed 26 Year* Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Loss Sr celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary Sunday by «nUrtalnlng Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lois, Jr., and <WU. -The TJWS family live south of Jrvingtbn and Steve as he is nora commonly known In the com- n-unfty, is considered by all as a •'K«>od neighbor." Mrs. U. B. Frnnkl and children visited Sunday nt Bancroft. Dorothy Mnwdsley \vns a woelt end guest of her father, Edward Mawdsloy. Mr. and Mrs. GUI Sjogrcn and family and Mrs. Freda Christensen W. C. Wright, 18th District Garden Chairman of the Illinois Federation of Women's clubs of Danville, 111.) Mrs. Woodward showed a series of colored lantern slides—through the courtesy of the Hudson Motor Company, and Better Homes and Gardens—depicting part of a trip over the country in a new Hudson car. Mrs. Woodward also read a running comment on the houses and gardens shown, calling attention to the artistic arrangement of the interiors and the successful design of the planting to enhance the beauty of the houses. An extensive collection of seed catalogs was exhibited for winter planning. Senator Herring, writing in answer to a communication from the Algona Woman's club urging the preservation of peace, stated that did not know of a single senator lot determined to keep this coun- ry out of war. but that there is a difference of opinion on the effect of applying the so-called Neutrality Act that it might serve to make us unneutral. Congressman Gllchrist wrote that n amenment to the Constitution re- uiring a referendum vote before lie U. S. could declare war, he could conceive of conditions which would make it dangerous for us to delay nd desist until after a vote had een taken" and cited that the Vorld War had arisen within a month; but that he agrees that New Daughter Arrives Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goetz are the jarents of a daughter born to them Wednesday evening. The little one weighed nine pounds and has baen = iven the name of Kathryn Kay, laving been brought to holy bap- ism Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ,eo Goetz as sponsors. The Goetzes lave two other children, John and Donna. Her mother, Mrs. Matt 'rdmann, and his sister, Mrs. Anhony Johnsoi', have been assisting vith household cares fn the Goetz ome. Methodist church there Friday afternoon. Supt. Eldon Ravlin officiated at n basketball game at Rake Friday and several other relatives from Hurt, at their home on Sunday, Jan. 9th, In remembrance of her birthday anniversary which fell on the 9th. Mrs. Gordon GIdd'ngs was critically III at her home north of town over the week end. The Glddlngses have a new baby In their family, Meryl Gordon, born to them Jan. 2.- There is one other child, Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and son, Raymond, pleasantly surprlseH the ladies' mother, Mrs. Susan Lease, Sunday, by walking In at dinner time with well filled baskets for the noon meal. Miss Ruth Johnson of Minneapolis spent the past week here visiting her cousin, Miss Helen Franzen. Guests Sunday night for supper at the Franzen home were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller and Hazel. Hazel was home for a few days enjoying a vacation from duties as a. nurse at Oskaloosa. A double birthday anniversary was observed at the Milton Glddings home on Sunday, Jan. 9, when Mrs. I Giddings entertained for her hus-1 band whose birthday was on the 10th and his mother, Mrs. A. E. Gidings, whose birthday was the 8th of January. Each had a birth-1 day cake at the dinner. I Reports Attack* 6n 8te*t», Stoek From Wild Dog* Union: .Albert Gould has keen having a series of difficulties with his sheep and stock. Loose dogs running wild along the Black pat creek have been disturbing and badly Injuring the sheep. Five were severely torn and one killed. This was the second attack on sheep. A horse also was found dead In the creek. Mrs. Holdren Gets Birthday Surprise Four Corners: Relatives surprised Mrs. Orvllle Holdren at her home last Friday In honor Of her birthday. Present were the Arch Walkers, John Sablns, Edward Richs, Cecil Bjustroms and Robert Walkers. Guests furnished a lunch basket dinner. The Holdrens are employed by Roy Sarchet and live in the tenant house on the Annis farm. LuVerne Hostesses LuVerne:> Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert are to be hostesses Wednesday afternoon at their homes to Mrs. Ed Hof and Mrs. Herbert Smith's circle of the Methodist Ladles' Aid. "we must preserve peace and avoid war at any cost." evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson wen dinner guests Sunday at the norm of their son, Raymond Hanson am family. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and daughter of Burt were Sunday vis itors at the home of the Gordon Giddings family. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison and Earl Hutchison attended the funeral of their uncle, Archie Hutchison, 75, at Algona, Friday. Mrs. Earl Punke, who has been ill for the past several weeks, continues to be sick and Is confined most of the time to her bed under medical advice. Philip Amnn, brother of Mrs. Kennedy, has left for California, to spend the remainder of the winter. Each year he spends several months In a warmer climate, but usually goes south. Mrs. Guy Carlson entertained her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings 4 Corners Club Meets Thursday At Mrs. McNeil's Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Evelyn McNelll. A musical program will be given. Union P. T. A, The Union "tto.'t P. TV A. met'at the Noble Mitchell home last week Friday evening with all members present. After the business meeting, 500 was enjoyed b}» all. A nice lunch was served by the hostess. Rex Swnnson and Dorothy Jennings spent Sunday with the John Subins. The Louis Lowmans were Sunday dinner guests of the Howard Lowmans east of Aljjona. The Edward Rirh family, Vincent . war r amy. incent visited Sunday with Mr.,. Beda ] Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. DonaUl Keone U ' ltson - Mrs. Lon-tta Hansi-n, Mason City] !!>:>(> Olilsuiubilr (.Ympi'—louk.s am price on i his car. Phone 595 State and Jones j i —— •••••••••MMHIMtv Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Skilling. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregs.jn, Mr. Fyre and daughter, Audrey and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harvey were Sunday guests of the O. L. Millera. Miss Francis Dunlap is at Iowa City, where she has gone to receive incdical aid for a stomach disorder. At first she plans on going through the clinic to determine the eiwct criftin of her ailment. The ladies of the Irvington and Prairie townships met for an all day Farm Bureau meeting at the home of Mrs. Bert Sanders of Sexton last Friday (a week ago), A fair sized crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer La Orange and two daughters. Rose Mum and Shiriev rf Storm Lake and Mibi Louise Flynn of Sioux City and Ceorga Anne Geig°l were all Sunday quests at tlie Fred Gclpel home. Mrs. O. L. Miller entertained her Sunday School class at a farewell party in the dining room of the church last Monday after school as a courtesy for Donald and Roger Geis who are moving to St. Paul soon with their parents, where they are to make their future home. Th* boys were presented with gifts. Mrs. Miller served lunch before the boyj departed. School Wrestlers Give Rotary Show The Rotary club was treated to a half hour of inside dope on the wrestling game, by Coach Ridenour of the high school team and two of his best pupila, Jerome Neilson and Orval Bakken. The boys demonstrated various offensive and defensive maneuvers and holds, and wound up with a five minute match of their own in the dining room of the Algona Hotel, on a mat brought down from the school for demonstration purposes. Robt. Sarchetts Hosts on 22nd Date of Wedding Union: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett entertained a group of neighbors at their home Wednesday evening, Jan. 12th, at four tables in honor of their 22nd wedding anniversary. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening. A deiic- loui lunch was served. Mrs. Sarchett was formerly Mary Hutchison. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchett, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Romstad, Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Winkle, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor and Misa Natalie Mann. High score for mnn was won by Avon Taylor, blgta,(or I«4U», by Mrs. Ira Hansen, and low* by "Roy Sarchett and Mrs. Clalr Winkle. Travel prize was received by Mrs. Aaron Taylor. It was also the 22nd wedding anniversary of the Louis Bodes. W. Ci. Flaig attended an assessors' meeting at Algona last Tuesday. and Avis Wilson, Fenton. and Elaine Wilson of near Whittemorc. spent Sunday at the Mrs. John Wilson home in Whittemore. The Arthur Alexanders were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Alexander's parents, cast of Algona. They spent the afternoon at the J. P. Nickeraon home in Algona. Another daughter of the Nicker- v>ns, the Lurhl Fessler family of near Ringsted were also there. Wesley C.D. of A. Card Party Held Wesley: A good attendance was present for the fifth and last Catholic Daughters of America card party held in their hall Wednesday night. Mrs. R. K. Richardson won high csore in bridge and George high score in bridge and Georga Arndorfer of near St. Benedict winning the door prize. Following cards and lunch several hours of dancing were enjoyed. Richpoint News Masonic Rites For West Bend Pioneer (,'harles Chubb of Algona conducted M,i;;onic lodge funeral rites at Weal Bend, last Thursday, for Geo. Erntraon, in compliance with the request of Mr. Emerson, made before he died, that Masonic services be held at his funeral. Mr. Emerson waa prominent in West Bend iijfairs. having built many of the buildings in the town in his active days as a carpenter, and since 1910 conducting a West Bend restaurant He was born in New York staU in 1857, and coine west when nine years of age. Dick Patten, Algona, was a week end guest at the Hugh Raney home. Howard Raney spent the last of the past week at the Walker Bros, home. The John Weber family were dinner guests of the A. E. Grooters, Algona, Sunday. The Plum Creek Literary society will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Black. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson attended a birthday dinner at the Leon Merrills, Algona, Saturday evening. Mrs. Prank Capesius attended a committee meeting ul the Lou Mat- erns Tuesday afternoon. The committee met to plan for the party at the Academy hall in Algona on Monday, Jan. 24th. ALGONA AGENTS HaUigun'g Pure Quill Coffee*, Teaa and Extract* Lonjr's Special Coffee packed in one and 3 pound modern jars. LONG'S CALL Theatre Every Week Tues. and Wed. Jan. 18-19 Top Entertainment No. 1— 5 Way Show 5 FEMININE INTRIGVEl Also 2—Bob Bencbley's "Night at Movie*" 3—Phil Harris' Musical Comedy 4—News of the Day Thurs. and Fri., Jan. 20-21 Daily matinee 2 p. m. THEY TOOK HIS OUN .AND GAVE HIM A SNARL! Also •Script Girl' Deluxe New» Leon Nazer* Band Saturday, Jan. 22 For the entire family. "Ah Wilderness", "A Family Affair" type Lewi* Stone Mickey Roonejr Cecelia Parker in "YOU'BC ONLY YOUNG ONCE" Abo "Mickey Mout*" MISBACH'S January Specials After Inventory Cleanup of these Items all at Reduced Prices for January SUITS 53 Men's Suits, values to $27.50 $12.85 31 Men's Suits,* regular $35 values $15.85 Reg. Curlee and Michaels-Stern Suits $21.85 Choice of the House, finest suits in stock .$26.85 OVERCOATS 5 California Weight Top Coats, close-out .$4.98 5 Blue Melton Overcoats $8.49 14 Niggerhead Overcoats $13.49 20 Selected Coats, plain and fancy backs $16,85 15 Choice of the House Coats, including three Bara-Paca fleeces, the finest you can buy, only $21.85 HATS * Group broken sizes, close-outs at $1.95 Regular $2.95 Longley Hats $2.39 B*gnlar $3.86 Longley Hate __^_..__ $3.96 Regular $5 Dunlap Hats, at ._ I__$3.98 JACKETS Boys' Wool Melton, fancy colors $2.29 Boys' Wool Melton, plain colors $1.69 Men's Wool Melton Jackets $2.49 PANTS Boys' Pepperell whipcord boot pants, san- forized, a regular $1.69 item, and a bargain at only $1.39 Boys' Corduroy boot pants, reg. $2.69 —$1.98 Men's "Big Yank" whipcord pants, also sanforized, in pepperell twill, heavy weight covert only $1.69 Men's heavy weight whipcord boot pants $1.89 Reg. $3.19 sanforized boot pants, heavy whip cord, in a stylish cut, at $2.6J SHIRTS Group one—all colors, sizes 14% to 17 79c Group two—non-wilt collars, reg. $1.25 _.__98c Group three—10 doz. closeouts, plain and fancy, and with trubenized collars, values^ $1.95 $1.29 Group four—reg. $1.65 to $1.95 shirts, all sizes, in colors or plain, finest shirts in stock, at only $1.49 MUFFLERS Mostly wools, some silk and some silk-wool 5 dozen in this group, new winter colors 49c Six dozen in this group . 790 Four dozen at 98c 2 dozen $2.45 values at 149 UNDERWEAR 16 Ib. rib union suits at 79c 16 Ib. fleece at 79c SOX Five dozen lisle, fancy colors or plain per pr lOc PAJAMAS 2 doz. flannel._at $1.29 3 doa. flannel. at $1.49 1 doz. $1.79 3 doz. flannel $1.98 And Dozens of other Similar Bargains

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