~~U',,;»^^ WAivvwwwyvv^^ FOR WOMEN— Easter Bonnets FOR MEN— New Berg Hats MEN—Here is your hat for the Enster Parade. A smart snap brim. New eoloriiisrs, and youthful styling will add that flattering touch to your new spring suit. • See These Fine Hals .. .Select Your Hat.. .Today $ 3.50 $ 3.85 Crofut and Knapp Hats $ 5.00 Other new spring hats at $2.50 HUDSON & HANSON " WWtf yv < *ftftj'^^ The Algona Upper DM Molnm, Algona, Iowa, Match 29.1M8 M. E. Aid Supper The Methodist Aid supper will b served Saturday evening starting nt 5 o'clock. New Call Tues. and Wed., March 29-30 Continuous from one o'clock each day. •dlEfUVT W, 1y n c MORRIS PriscilU J.ANE 5<"cJ< FORAN Plus three great short subjects No. 1—Leon Errol In "HIS PEST FRIEND" No. 2 "DANGER, HIGH VOLTAGE" No. 3—New* \ Every R&G used car we sell carries a written money back guarantee. It's been put in shape to meet Ford factory H&G specifications. You'll find the make you want at a price you'll be glad to pay. And you'll be pleased with the terms and the allowance on your old car. Why not drive a better used car NOW? Kent Motor Co. Thurs. and Fri., March 31-April 1 Another "God's Country and the Woman." 100C£ technicolor. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa TERMS- MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Rbeekah Benefit Bridge- Rose Ludwlg, West Bend, assisted Mrs. Myron Ludwig, Friday afternoon in entertaining the benefit bridge party for the Rebekah lodge. The event was second fn a series. Ten tables of bridge were In play with the following winning score awards: Mrs. Tom Van Hoven. high, Mrs. Meda Redfleld, consolation, Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove travel, Mrs. William Dehnert. lucky chair, and Mrs. Hugh Post, the door prize. Two tables of bingo with six at a table were also in play with prizes awarded to each of the players. A delicious luncheon WHS served at the conclusion of the games. One O'clock Dinner- Mrs. Leon Merritt, M«-s. Lloyd kfuckey, Mrs. Fred Parks, and Mrs. lenry Douglas, all members of the ow team in a recent round of bridge games for the Dessert club, entertained the members of the high score winners with a one o'clock dinner at the Wilson cafe Friday. The group enjoyed the show at the New Call Theatre in the afternoon. The honored members were Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mrs W. A. Vlgars, Mrs. Eugene Wray and Mrs. George Conklin. Class Party- Mrs. A. E. Grooters was hostess to the members of her Sunday School class at a party at her home. Tuesday evening. She was assist ed by Mrs. W. C. Irelan. A 6:30 dinner was served to 17 girls, two or the class being absent. Progres slve games were played, with Dorothy Stevens winning high score prize, and Margaret Murray the low prize. Sirs. Pooch Entertains— Mrs. Fred Pooch entertained 20 guests Wednesday evening of last week at bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seuffham won the high prize, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, the low and Stanley Keith the travel prize. A prize for the score nearest to the year was won by Ed Hopkins. \ luncheon was served late in the evening. Bridge Foursome— Mrs. Donald Nugent entertained at a 1:30 luncheon and bridge foursome at her home, Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs D L McDonald of Hurt, Mrs. Dwight Andrews, Mrs. Hollis Trainer, and Mrs. A. L. Kresensky. Mrs. Andrews received the high score ut bridge. Conservation Unit To Meet Friday A meeting of the Algona unit of the Kossuth Conservation League will be held at the Legion hall, on Friday night H. W. Pratt of Fort Dodge, will show movies of a hunting and fishing trip he took last year. Plans for a crow and fox hunt will also be completed. v Mrs. Harold Fnlkenhnlncr and her little daughter, Linda, will arrive the first of the week for a few weeks' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Mr. Falkenhainer has been transferred from Mount Pleasant to Des Molnes for a short time during which Mrs. Falkenhainer will remain in Algona. Mrs. John Lndwlg of Fort Dodgn was In Algona Tuesday visiting at the home of her niece, Mrs. Archie Dodds, and with other relatives and friends. Her son, Albert, who graduated from the Algona high school a number of years ago, is now located in Colorado Springs, where le la employed by the Folgers Coffee Co. He Is married and has wo children. ! Mayor** To The Residents '. • ' '. * .J Take Notice! This Means Youf; Clean-up Time is here once' rriore; be careful of your bonfires; do not burn any trash on the paving, and do not leave '«' fires unattended. A small spark may cause as big fire. Please cooperate. C. F. Specht, Mayor •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Plus Latest March o Time The laugh special with music! Jimmy Durante Chas. Chase The Three Stooges Hal LeRoy Gertrude Nissen "START CHEERING" Sun.-Mon., April 3-4 Shirley Temple "REBECCAH OF SUNNYBROOK FARM" Notice Please ?. n a ? c T l sf te rece , nt fire in the Building of Christensen Bros. Department Store and Ready-to-wear; All of the Merchandise has been turned over to a Salvage Company- All of the Stock will be sold to the Public. Come Prepared to Buy! Nothing Reserved! ILLNESS STRIKES TWO, WEST BEND West Bend: Miss Kathryn Brow i was operated on Saturday mornhi in the Lutheran hospital nt Fo Dodge. She has been staying nt th home of her aunt, Mrs. Dan Jor dan. in Alexander. Iowa. Her fath er. Lon Brown, drove to Alexande Friday night and took her to th hospital, Saturday morning. Mr Brown and her brother. Donalc Jacobs, drove to Fort Dodge to b with her. She came through th operation nicely and is as well n ran be expected. Yellow .Jaundice Mrs. Jsanne Simmons has been very ill with yellow jaundice th past week. She is being cared fo at the Wm. Riley home. Her fath cr, Mr. Gross of Lone Rock, visited her Saturday forenoon. Club Entertained The Parmi Nous club was entertained at the Franklin Hotel, Thursday evfcning by Dr. and Mrs. H Frank Givens. A seven o'clock dinner was served and the evenhiir was spent at bridge. Back from California Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach returned home, Saturday from her trip to California, to visit her brother and lis family at Fresno. She has >een gone two months. Her sister, Urs. Ruth Mericle of Fort Dodge accompanied her. She also visited her daughter at Tulsa, Oklahoma on the way home. Birthday Party- Mrs. George Holtzbauer will ei tertaln at a birthday party thi afternoon (Tuesday) honoring th eighth birthday of her grandson Craig Tierney. Eight of Craig' school friends have been invited They will spend the afternoon a games, and a luncheon will b served. Neighborhood Club— Thfe Neighborhood bridge clul met for a ajv<;n o'clock dinner serv ed at the Wilson cafe, Monday evening. Covers were laid for 12. Fol lowing the dinner bridge was play ed nt the home of Mr. and Mrs A. L. Long. Host to Club- Mr, and Mrs. Hollis Trainer were host and hostess, Sunday evening to members of their bridge club nt their home. High score for men went to Mr. Trainer and Mrs. Harry McCorkle won the ladies' prize. Foursome— Mrs. G. D. Shumway entertained at a bridge foursome, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. W. Miller. Mrs. R. B. Waller, and Mrs. Hollis Trainer were guests. A dessert was served. Dancing Part}-— Meredith Larson and Rosalie Swanson entertained ten of their Tiends Saturday night at a dar.c- ng party at the letter's home. You are cordially invited to attend a Preview of the new 1938 Imperial Washable Wallpapers March 3O ami 31 9 1938 Imperial colors set the style in home decoration. The new papers present a complete range of glorious new designs for every period and mood of decoration at prices to match every individual budget D. James Drug Store ALGONA, IOWA Childrens Shoes House Slippers Rhythm Step Red Cross Huth and James Ideal Child's Shoes Quality Shoes at Half Price and less Spring Silk Dresses House Frocks Wash Dresses Silk Pajamas Sweaters Spring Coats Spring Suits Blouses Slacks Children's Coats Children's Dresses Silk Robes Please remember all winter mercn andise will be sold. Slips Pajamas Brassiers Handkerchiefs Purses Gloves Hosiery Costume Jewelry Night Gowns This group in excellent condition now at Fire Sale Prices. SHOES FOR LADIES About 1200 pairs, new spring numbers in excellent condition. Several Hundred Pairs AC as low as *MC Dress Materials Flannels Sheeting Muslin Towels Toweling Curtain Materials Linen Sets Sheets* Pillow Cases Blankets Batts These items in fair condition and priced to sell quickly. Lingerie Corsets Girdles JUHLbeen quite ill •» -*««r days th« pa*t weex with a throat infection. Rev. H. J. Needing was a Rodman visitor Thursday, where he conducts a Bible class. A shower was held in honor of Mrs. E. Anderegg, Thursday afternoon by the members of the birthday c-lub of which she is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Crotts i:nl son. Allen of Burnside. spent Fri.l.i ,• hen- visiting old friends. Tiun- were former residents here and Mr. Crotts WHS a blacksmith. Thov are now living on u farm near Burnside. Raymond Wilson and daughter Ruth, and Henry Schmidt, drove to Elgin. 111., Saturday, to bring Mrs. Wilson home. She was railed thereabout two weeks ago by the death of her sister's baby son. She has been staying with her sister since The Leslie Hanson family is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Mr. Hanson and the oldest boy, Lawrence are the ones ill with the disease. To Whom It May Concern Algona, Iowa. March 18th, 1938-I have this day received from the United Counties Benevolent Association of Algona, Iowa, the sum of $611.57 (Six Hundred and Eleven Dollars and Thirty-seven cents • in contributions received by that organization from its members in memory of my husband. Clam Clauasen. During the three years and seven months my husband was a member of thi.s organization he has paid SK.OO in death contrif.u- tion*. 13 Signed: MARY CLAUSSEN. FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 1, 9 A. M. SALE OPENS —ONLY A FEW DAYS TO SELL ALL- Store Open First Two Day*—9 A. M. to 10 P. M. IT WILL PAY YOU TO DRIVE 100 MILES TO ATTEND THIS SALE Johnson Specials Glass Cloth yd. 19c Extra Wafers 15c Chick Feeders _19c up Chick Waterers _8c up Brooder House Smoke Pipes in 4 or 5 inch 2 ft. Pig Trough . .59c Pig Pans 25c-43c 8qt. Calf Pails 25c 12 qt. Galv. Pails _-29o Hoe Handles 15c Block Salt 45c 100 Ib. Stock Salt ___69c C. 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