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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1938
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The AJgona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9,1938 9,1938 SOCIETY Sttiowet— Mrs. Anthony Waechter of Otto sen and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser of West Bend entertained at a miscellaneous pre-nuptlal shower honoring their sister and daughter, Josephine Dahlhauser at the home «t the former, Sunday afternoon. There were 85 guests in attendance. The afternon was spent playing bingo, and visiting. Prizes at bingo •went to Angelina Dahlhauser, West Bend; Mrs. \Vm. Kollasch, Algonn: Josephine Onhlhnuser. Algona: Ar- Jene Banwart, Whittemore and .Tune Adele Laubenlhal. Emmetshurg. A luncheon was served nt the conclusion of the nfternoon. Guests from Algonn were Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart. Sr., Mrs. Rohprt Stewart. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Knllnsrh and Ff>ns. Ivan. Gordon, and Calvin, nnd JTr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Elbert nnd rliughtor. Shirley. Family Picnic— A family picnic wn< rnjoyed wiMi Mr. nnd Mrs. \Vm. Dehnert at the I Bel-inert Hotel. Sundny. -Guests arrived with well filled basket?. After dinner the group spent the afternoon visiting on the hotel porch, and the children went swimming in the swimming pool. Guest? incJuderl Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Yates nnd four <1anghters of Clinton. 111.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliff Dehnert nnd four children of Mason City, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Dehncrt and four children of Lu- Verne. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Jensen and daughter of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman nnd daughter of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willson of Algona. Florence Dehnert of Baltimore, Maryland, Marilvn Yates and Doris Mittag of Alprona, nnd Keon Dehnert at horn?. Klnsplla Reunion— A Kinselln family reunion WPS held at the fairgrounds. Sunday. Forty members of the family were present. Members included Mrs. Margaret Kinsella and daughter. Grace, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson nnd family of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Woldridge of Clear Lake. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Kin- selln and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kinselln nnd family of Ventura. Mrs. Mae McDonnell and family of Whittemore. Robert Kinsella of Emmetsburg, nnd Mr. nnQ Mr?. Lyle Reynolds nnd family of Algona. A picnic dinner served at the | fairgrounds, was followed by an afternoon of visiting nt the Reynolds home. Entertained at Hurt— The Ladies' Mite society of the j Burt Presbyterian church entertained the Helping Hand society of the local Presbyterian church at a luncheon and program at the Burt church on ^Friday afternoon. Algona women attending were Mrs. G. C. Barton. Mrs. Jake Blossom. Mrs R. S. Blossom. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. Fred Parks, Mrs. Frank Gel- gel, Mrs. Clarence Shllts. Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. Lute Fairbanks. Mrs. R. M. Wallace. Mrs. Dennia Pratt. Mrs. Matle McWhorter. Mrs. Frank Shllts, Mrs. C. W. Pfeifter, Mrs. Ada Hardgrove, Ann Stcbritz. and Mrs. Henry Guderlan. This was Burl's annual guest day. Country Club Party- There were seventy present at the dinner-bridge party at the Algona Country Club last week Tuesday eve. nlng. M. P. Weaver and Gene Murtagh conducted stunts between courses. Prizes for the evening were awarded to Mrs. M. P. Weaver, high cut prize, Kirby Smith, Burt, hugh cut prize for the men, high score bridge prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, and the year prize was won by Mrs. D. P. Smith. A gift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams, who were celebrating their silver wedding anniversary. Surprise Party— W. A. Dutton was the honored guest at a birthday surprise party given at his home, Sunday. A pot luck dinner was served at noon, and a social afternoon enjoyed. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton and daughter, Vivian of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce and son, Durwood of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koppen and daughter, Eleanor of Livermore. Mr. Dutton was presented with a birthday gift. ' Bridge Club— " I Mrs. Jos. Kelly entertained her! bridge club members at a one o'cln->k luncheon at Cook's Tavern. Tues- \ day afternoon. Bridge was piny, <J at the Kelly home. Mrs Harry H ir- greavus won the high score" im;-.- ! Mrs. W. A. Harry \von the tei ond prize, ami tlie convolution |.ri-' • went to Mrs. W. H. HY,wi,. of K.-.-.- iiu-t.-biirg. Mrs I'hil \v i a gucit of the iluh. ; Ui-liiliuh I.otl K f— i The ri' nuttinir of !h, Ftrbi-k:ih lr..lce will hi- lu-l.i Tu,--,i r. tv.-nin'r at In,- I. (). r> H !• !••'.. i""in it th,- J),],i.,rt hot, ! I ,-,- ,';'• c 1 . ill bi- s, i veil l,y Mr.-. L. F I: , < Wl=. ClKla. (JlM-!. it! id Mr.- R'Ul Clark. BaptM Loyal Class— i The B, Loyal class will mc-tt j at the church, Thursday afu-nu.on.' The Ia,t half of the group will f ui . ' i-'ii.-h the lunch. | 1 Oulif \ in,on, uho ha.s IK-CII at Mitchell. S. D.. several weeks, returned home. Thursday. Mr*. Hugh Post and >Irs. Oscar Anderson drove to Mu^on (."ity GJ; Thursday, where they attended .: convention at the I. G O. F. l.oir,-.-. Mr. ajid Mrs. W. E. Hitwrott returned Thursday, from St. l'';.>jl. \vliere Mr. Huwcott was on ;i having trip for the Hav.cott i: (>•-'•;, store. Dori.i MittuK hai resumed h, • duties at the \V. V. Uutier home after spending a week's vaiatioi, with her mother and frk-r.ds ut Clinton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. SaundiTk of Lake Worth, Florida, arrived Monday for two weeks at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs F. E. Saunders. Mrs. Kuyiuoud Held, who has beru Buffering for the past two months with sciatic rheumatism, is slowly improving and is at this time still confined to her bed. Lar» Sorensen received word, Friday, from Santa Ana, California, that his sister-in-law, Mrs. Leo Stebbin* is critically ill. No particulars were givtu regarding her ill- neu. THURS. AU G. 11 • 10 A. M Welcome to Our New We've done our best to make it the finest department store in this entire trade territory. It's been a pleasure to work with the people who have helped us get the store ready, and we wish to thank every one for,their splendid cooperation. To make sure of meeting you all personally, we've assembled one of the most sensational groups of opening features ever attempted. Values that you and your family will come miles for. So, plan right now to be here when the doors open. Two Magnificent Groups of Fall Coats Many by Gorgeous new fur trims of French Beaver, Silvered Cross Fox, Persian Caracul, Marmlnk and many others. Every coat a masterpiece of perfect tailoring. Colors to rival an Autumn Sunset, yet all of them In harmony with the smart styles and models presented. Included in this brilliant collection are the famous H. & H. Plush with genuine Skinners linings. Every cont warmly interlined. Dozens of Mattering styles. \\ Ladies Hats New Fall Selections Fan Fashioned Silk Hose First quality pure silk In service or chiffon weight. All new fall shades. Opening future. 37c pr. Brocaded Rayon Slips Lustrous and beautifully tailored . . . popular T-rose shade. An outstanding feature at 3T«? Women's Ravon Panties Also step-ins or bloomers . . . Several styles in T-rose or peach shades. A remarkable value. S&L Co Stores Hfho Jl 3 H Good Weight Canvas Gloves Just in time for the har- vf?t. Double knit wrists. feature 6e pair Boys' Coverall Play Suits Fir\e woven blue covert or hickory striped denim. Full cut. sizes 3 to 8 33c Men's Zipper Work Shirts Fine quality grey covert c/oth wtth zjpper front. Outstanding value. 49c Blue Chambray Work Shirts Generously cut of fine yarn blue chambray. Two button thru pockets. 25c Men'.i Suede Leather Jackets Cossacl: style with zipper front. Neatly lined through out. Feature 4.95 MINN So. Dak. ANOTHER MILESTONE ALGONA Another step in the progress and development of the Northwest. That's the story depleted in the above 11- lustrntion. The S. i L, Co. ittores were founded in 1921 at Elkton, S. Dak., and since then, have reached H total of twenty-six stores. i Lecthu Top Binding Full Gf.ln RcUn , Letth.r Ktel Riveted V*mp "CHALLENGE" WORK SHOES Her^ Is a shoe for all types of heavy work. Check every feature, and compare them with work shoes costing a great deal more. You'll find they stand the test. 1.98 Double )<lc Leithcr Sole* "Our Challenger" Work Biack rttin leather uu- pcr=, grain leather in- solt. soft and 'Jui,ikilt A remarkable v-i«e cv- tn at the regulai pi:..e. Now s and llov's Tennis Shoes 39c Sturdy canvas uppers with heavy corrugated rubber solM. Aii opening feature you'll long remember. All sizes. Men's Dress Shirts r\ Men... here's where you shine. We've assembled the finest crop of patterns and colors the market affords. Whites an- included to... All with genuine non-wilt collars. And look, only "Sterling" MeH's SllltS From one of America's leading manufacturers to ttie men of Algona, comes this triumph In value. Suits designed, styled and tailored by expert craftsmen . •«<**• yet priced within reach of every man who makes it a point to look . well dressed. Every conceivable new style and model has been included. 14.75 and 19.75 Men's Dress OXFORDS Regular $2.40 . . . Smartly styli-d Goodyt-ar wclta. O.ik leatli- tr ioles. Men's Covert WORK PANTS Full sanfor- ized ...genuine "Fairway" covert in oxford or dark green. Opening feature 84c BOYS SUITS copies of au- tlu-ntit college itylei Good lofili. ing i>uttt-rr.s >nd shades. 5.95 10.95 Single and double breast ed models. 59c Stock up now. A Scoop in 1939 Sport Coats You'll say It's Incredible, unbelievable . . . but It's true just the same. These coats are equal to many at several dollars more. Lovely plaid back fleeces, nubbed tweeds and boucles. Every style is included from the chubby swagger to the fitted Princess models. 8.95 \ ;- Opening Features Ladies' Cotton Hose New fall shades . . . Ideal for work around the house nnd garden, pr. Rayon Satin Slips Plain or figured . . . Also "Crepe QOri Supreme" V-lace or tailored 5POC , "Silhouette" Silk Hose Genuine crepe twist . ..guaranteed ™7Q*» ringless. Full fashioned • 5*C5 Children's Rayon Panties lOc Choice of cotton or rayon . . . Trose and white shade. Boys' Jersey Suits Several nifty styles and color combinations. Sizes 3 to 8 98c Wash Frocks Sizes 14 to 20 ... gay prints in a riot of color. Charming new styles. An unheard of low price ... so you'd better hurry. Child's Cotton STOCKINGS Stoek up now for school days. Good quality at a very low price, pr. lOc Tots and Teens 3 to 1G Dresses Gay, sprightly prints and new fall shades ... ,& clever style d .tails. O8e .MEN'S UNION SUITS Ideal fall weight in fine rihbid cotton. Full 12 11,. wt. Popular ecru shade. Men's "Torpedo" WORK SOCKS Heavy duty cotton "Rockford" type socks. Special for the opening 60 pair Men's Kayou DRESS SOCKS Fancy patterns, rayon plaited A grand assortment to pick from at 7e pair Men's Shirts and Shorts Fancy broadcloth shorts and fine Swisu ribbed shirts. Each garment Boys' Pullover SWEATER Ribbed or plajn knit ia many handsome style* and color*. Some with zipper. 98e Boys' Chambray SHIRTS Here's a knockout. Made lu generous proportions ot flno yarn chajubray. LOOK—LADIES Tea Aprons Crisp, fast color broadcloths with dainty trimmings. Regularly up to 25c. While they last 104* Ladies' Two-Way ttirdles Sizes: small, medium and lurgi! New Cottou Wash Frocks •t>ia», lu «ndl«as vur- l»ty. for all J*y Uut« OCCU«lO4U 98c 500 New FALL Dresses Nothing short of a miracle could bring you such an outstanding dress value. By rail and air express they were rushed from new York for this gala event. Opening feature Women's Linen Since there's still warm weather ahead, \ve bought up a special lot of white linen suits. Some pastels. Sizes 1-4 to 30. While they last And you have ever so many to pick from. They're all here. Seamless Sheets Fully bleached, neatly honuncd. 4Q/» feature ™ - Spun Rayon Xo\v printed pattovns regular 4?)c 09 r to f>!)c vil.*'«' C Flour Sacks !»S 11). siz,. . . . all aml rea«ly 1" use at niilv Percales SO sqiKirc fast color prints... 10« Muslin ,'?8 inch width, unbleached. Fine C- texture vd. ***• Turk Towels I?cg. 25o, largo, heavy colored IQo stripes 1«7C Wool Yarn Full 4 oz skein, complete as.sortinent ^7/» of colors Tit. Wash Cloths Soft and fluffy . . .assorted pat- 0 „ terns at Jl - Pillow Cases Standard 42-inch size An unusual Q*% saving »**" Toweling Part linen with colored borders. Featxirc __. 1.4. \^\Ji\ri. yd. 5C Pencil Tablets Stock up now for school O., dnvs Jt Sheets Fine quality seJiinless ...six»y ' cq c bleached OJi ' HOLLY WOOD' Shoes for Women Another important star on your fashion horizon. Graceful, high riding suedes in a multitude of colors. Gleaming patents, straps, ties, pumps or combinations of all. Widths AAA to B. o» 95 'HOLLYWOOD' SPORT- EZE Olic of the moat sUCCt.-nful lilies ol ' to naluiV bliou. 3 you'll tvtr .-c-e. For every kind of iiiort . . . tu play or to watch. Widths AA to C. Many stylea, leathers and colors. mi LOCALS Woodrnw Cook is a new clerk at the Council Oak grocery. Mr. nnd Mr*. U'm. F. Steel* *pent Sundny, nt the Raymond Norton cottage nt Clear Lake. Olpn Briirnon of DM Molnp* mid his son. Allnn. of Omaha, spent Wednesday hrrp with friends. Mr*. A. D. I/rhmnn drove to !>«» Moines Sundny for n week's visit with her daughter, loin, who Is employed (hero. Mr. nnd Mr». fhpMor Klngsley nf New York Pity nrp gursts nt the home of Mrs. Kinpslcy's pnrents, Mr. ami Mrs. T. C. Sherman. P. J. (irrinrr wa« dismissed front tlip Merry hn'pitil. Sunday, nnd returner! to lii= homr horn follow - iiv^ n sriion? oyo ojipration. dirt Holt, iu:inaG''r nf Ilir lopnl Orahnm stnn 1 . Iff; Sunday for a wrpk's convcntinr of store manap- oi'p to br hrl.l n! Rifspll I'rntt nnil his frirnd, Keith i;rnineri nf \Yrt f T'ninn. weri .uursts nt the IVnnis Pnitt hor.-.e from P-ttnril.-iy until Moml.'iy. Hnh Moorr. sou nf KPV. \V. R. Momo of Pinux City, will rpturn IIIIIV.P. \Ycdm---d-iy. aftrr visiting Hob McCulIoiish since Pund.iy. Mr. nnd >lr«. C. H. 1Vi|lhim« nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. R. G. AVillinms drove to Rritt. Sunday afternoon, nntl visited at the F. R. Bandy home. •tn:in HofTiunii Is spending two weeks visltine her grandparents, j Mr. nnd Mrs. D. N. Hoffman nnd her unele. Dr. L. C. O'Toole nt Le- Mars. Clmrlcnp Eriekson of Rookford, 111., is visiting: at the home of her pousins. Dirk nnd Barharn Pool, and will visit here until the latter part of August. Mr. anil Mrs. Arnold Hlntz and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Roeder of West- pate, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harkhnrth. Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. Lrroy Knnpp of Nevada. Town, spent Sundny nnd Monday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Freeman. Mr. Knnpp is a nephew of Mrs. Freeman. Dr. nnd Mrs. (i. D. Hmibrrff nnd two daughters of Moline, III., returned Sunday after a week's visit with the former's brother nnd wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Hauherg. Dr. nnd Mrs. .lohn Konrfirk, Dr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Bourne, and Dr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer and daijghter, Jane, nttended n medical meeting nt the Inn nt Lake Okohojl. Thursday. Mr. nnd Mm. M. J. Pool and children, Dick and Barbara, and their guest, Charlene Erickson, attended the Botsford Lumber Co. picnic nt Wasecn, Minnesota. Sun- dny. Mr*. Bill Nugent nnd two conn, Jack and Dingley of Chicago, and Helen Dingley were week end guests of the L. E. Llnnnns at the Falk- enhaincr cottage at Lake Okobojl, this week end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Beamish nnd two children, Jean Rne and Jerry, were guests of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish, nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Reed nt Iowa Falls, Friday and Saturday. Emma M. Anderson and Arthur E. Sjoberg, both of St. Paul, were married, Monday noon, at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage with Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Russell \V: Mclntyre of St. Paul were in attendance. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Wayne and two children. Prlscilla nnd Jane of Alden, Minnesota, were guests at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Morck. Mrs. Wayne and daughters arrived Thursday, and Mr. Wnyna came Saturday for the week end. .Mrs. H. A. Tuttlc and won, Rlrhard are .spending the week nt Perry, visiting Mrs. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell. Marilyn Tuttle will return with them, she has been visiting there for n week before the arrival of her mother and brother. Naomi Hewitt who has taught in the Algona schools for the past few years, has finished her work at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, and was in Algona, Monday, superintending the moving of the Raa Asher furnishings. Naomi will teach at Cedar Rapids during the coming year. II. M. I'otb>f returned home, Hun- day, from two weeks spent in Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi, Texas, on a combined business and pleasure trip. He visited his cousin and wife. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sloniger at Fort Worth. Mr. Sloniger is chief pilot of the America! Air Lines. Mr. mid .Mrs. Deun Clupnaddli- returned from Cedar Rapids and are .-pending tin- remainder of the summer wt the homo of the foi ini-r'3 parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Cl:ip- ' .addle of Hurt. This fall tln-y will take iiii apartment at Iowa City. i uln-rc lii-.-in will continue his med- i t! i our.-M at the Umvui.-itv of Iowa I.IIHIU It II ami Xanry Kriictirk i liil.ii i n of I'l. F.n;iacU Kern-tick of .St. i' ml .iii.l Juaiiita and Tlu-lma Ki-nt-hi I-. ot Ka^l, Gtuvu Uere guests at the home of Dr. ami Mrs. John Kent-lick In.-re. Friday. Thyy hronyht Michael Kentfu-k home after a ivt-t-k'.- visit with his grandmother, Mm. Thomas Ktnerick at Eajilc Grove. Tin- many frii-ndi of Mrs. Stull • Matiiis of Anaheim, California. Will he glail to know tiiat she is improving alter an accident .-uttered in alighting from j. tram at Oni'with, Iowa, where she !.-> a of h-.r .-on, p.- t'buult; Stull. Mr. Mathis, w,;,i '".umpanicd her to Iowa, has gone to Illinois, uheie he is looking after hi- lai:il interests. Ht-It-Ji Uilra o£ Moline, III., left ti.'-lay iTtu--<iiyi after a visit of .-cVera! i.l ivs at the home of her si^- tt-r. Mr = . Ralph Micdkc. Mrs R B" u alk-r went with her ao far us l-'.tvtnpori. wheit- ; .iu- will vbit her M.-ter. Mrs. H. W. Trainer for a tew d ,>•>. and Mrs. Pat Horn, of Kot-k laland. a of Mrs. Floyd Saur.deia, aUo uCfonipaiiied her to Hotk Inland. Mr. uiid Mr». Elgui Roof and son. Jimmy of Austin, Minn., ivera u-erk end visitors at the Hilbeu Raamusstn home. Mr. Roof is the circulation manager of the Ausfu Daily Herald at Austin, Minn. He io a former Fremont, Iowa, resident Muyor and Airs. C. f. Specht ill id -\rr, and Mrs. A. C. Horeneman, rt>- tunird Thuradjy evening from a week's visit with Mr. Spechfs brother, L. J. Speelu at Elk River. Mnintauta, and at the home of his cousin. Mary Severkeraon at Minneapolis.

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