The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1938 UGHTNlNGHrrS HEARS. K. NELSON HOME, SWEA CITY Swea City: During the stofm Monday morning lightning struck near the Geo. K. Nelson home tearing down the radio aerial and burning out six fuses in the Nelson house JJ* other damage was done, although those who witnessed it describe it as a burst of flame, followed by a huge shower of sparks resembling sky rockets. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Algona visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Griffith, Sunday. Jack Vaughn and daughter, Ber- nlce returned Saturday from an extended visit with relative at Stockton, HI. Friends of Grandma Barger gathered at her home Tuesday afternoon to honor her on her 86th birthday Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bronlewee accompanied by Mrs. Bronlewee's mother and sisters, Mrs. Zinzer and Mrs. Iva and Mildred Zinzer, are vacationing in northern Minnesota this week. Maxine Johnson of Armstrong and Evelyn McChane of Burt spent Sunday and Monday at the Walter Smith home. The girls are nieces of Mrs. Smith. Maxine will enter a business college at Mason City In Sept. Evelyn will be a senior In the high school. Firearms Dealers Must Have License It is announced by the office of Charles D. Hutson, collector of in- trenal revenue, State of Iowa, that the Federal Firearms act became effective as of July 30, 1938. This act covers the manufacture of and dealing in firearms, and certain types of ammunition. " It was further stated that application forms are being forwarded to the various dealers and manufacturers who. it is believed, are subject to this law. Any dealers whc do not receive blanks are requested to get them, as failure to file will cause the assertion of certain penalties. All dealers coming within the provisions of this act must have a license number, such number to be forwarded to the manufacturer, jobber, or wholesaer making shipment to the dealer by interstate commerce. CHICAGOANS VISIT IN ARMSTRONG Armstrng: The Misses Isabel! Careon and Mildred Cronk of Chicago, arrived here the first of the week to spend a three weeks' vacation. Miss Carson will visit her sisters, Mrs. Elola Bunker and Mrs. Adolph Questad. Miss Crank will visit at the parental Charles Crank home. Both girls are students at the Chicago Evangelistic Institute. Nurd* Besom** Studies Miss Florence Erlckson and sister, Mrs. Detmar Thompson and their father, Eric Erlckson drove Miss Maxine Erickson. a student nurse from Mounds Park hospital in St. Paul to St. Paul. Monday morn- Ing, where Miss Erickson resumed her studies after a three weeks' vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson. Visit In North Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Richardson are visiting relatives in International Falls and Cloquet, Minn. California Visits A. A. Phillips of Bakersfield, Calif., Is visiting with his brothers, Will and Len Phillips, here. Accept* Teaching Position Xlss Margaret Vandenburgh has accepted a position at music supervisor in the Sac City school for the .next year. Miss Vandenburgh taught music at Paullina, last year Rachel Clapsaddle, Burt, Entertains For College Friend Burt Rachel Clapsaddle entertained the following friends at a house party from Tuesday to Thursday in honor of her roommate, Mary Stuart Bagley, Audubon, who came home with her last Saturday: Jane Hart, Margaret Fedderson, and Alice Denny, Des Moines and Mary Barnes, Eagle Grove. Additional guests for luncheon Tuesday followed by an afternoon at bridge Included Marion Cornwall, Spencer; Dorothy Anne Beebe, Emmetsburg; Marion Marls. Sioux City; and Betty Murtagh. Algona. The girls attended the show In Algona, Tuesday evening, after which they were entertained at the home of Betty Murtagh. Wednesday, Rachel and her house guests spent the day at Lake OkobojL The girls who are all members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at Iowa City, left for their homes on Thursday morning. 15 ATTEND PARTY FOR LUVERNE GIRL LuVerne: Barbara Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford, was nine years old Thursday and celebrated tne day by inviting 15 little girls to spend the afternoon at the park. Games were played and lunch was served to them on tables decorated for the occasion. Best of all was the birthday cake decorated with nine candles. Mary pretty gifts were brought to the honored guest who had fun opening them while -the other guests looked on. Dolores Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund entertained a small group of friends Monday afternoon at her home the occasion being her eighth birthday. Gam^s were plaved and late in the afternoon refreshments were served which Included a beautifully decorated birthday cake. A number of gifts were received by the honored guest. Sister Makes Visit Miss Addle Thompson of Morrison, sister of the late Peter Thompson, came Saturday for an extended stay at the home of Mrs. Thompson. Illinois Folks Leave The Floyd Dremmels and Cliff Hendersons left Thursday for their home at Aurora, 111., after spending a couple of days with Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. Nebraskans at Burt Mrs. Kathryn Hennlnger and son. Eldon, Lincoln, Nebr., spent last week at the J. W. Dorrance homo. Mrs. Henninger is Mr. Dorrance's sister. Clinton People Leave The Leonard Koestlers, Clinton, left Wednesday after spending -i week here with Leonard's mother, Mrs. Bertha Koestler. They took their daughter, Jane, who had spent the summer here, home with them Bode People Visit Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and her children. Bode, visited from Thurs day to Sunday at the Paul Moore home. Clayton Moore, who had spent a couple of weeks here, Itft Monday for Cedar Rapids to visit his brother, Duwood, .before retuni- Big Third Inning After (rotting away to a two run the first Inning, the Kosi ^:-,- i—>*n T aroim-*-'- —"• Mrs. Ivar Heglund and son, B>rt- ram and Eugene Helland, all of Roland, spent the week end with Mra. Heglund's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and family. Xlcoson Family Mores Mrs. C. A. Nicoson and son. Bobby of Rolfe have rented the E. P. Meyers home in the northeast part of town and will move here this weelt. Mrs. E. W. Van Dorston is spend Ing a month's vacation with relatives in Maraneck, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Doland Gambell of Forest City spent the week end at the parental P. A. CJaarde home. Mrs. H. M. Irmiter and daughter, Marie helped Mrs. N. H. Griffin with threshers Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. L. B. Slaba and daughter. Dotty Lou, spent a week at the parental H. Meinhard home at Sherburn, Minn. Miss Ethel Davis, who is employed near Bancroft, spent the wee It end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter rind son, Willard and daughter. Marie, visited Sunday afternoon at the H. F. Irmiter home at Ringsted. Miss Daisy Mardick returned the first of the week from Des Muine.i where she spent a two weeks' vacation visitnig friends and relatives. Charles City Guests Here Mrs. Carl Knudslien and son, Rich. game interestirff but Its rally wn cut short. One of the real features of the game was the pitching o Morgan, who scattered seveji_t ~ Mr »-~ n mie w«lib[_cr<«lltabf MIM Lucia Wamce. _ ona t Friday at the H. O. Buell home. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. T. Heaney. Mnrion Putz visited his cousin, Clayton Johnson, near Sexton, la'it week. \V. H. Steward, town marshal, wns a business caller in Des Moines Friday. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. J. O. New and Exciting! Doll-Size HATS 1.95 - 2.95 Doll-size hats . . . newest gayest hats from Paris. Thrillingly feminine, they tilt saucily over your eyebrow . rf . show off your up- Jtvinc 6-3, 5-7. t>-o— • ••-• ••• ard, Mrs. Wonderly and her daughter, Caroline all of Charles City were guests this week at the farm home of the Frank Beiggers, south of town farmers. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Huber and two children. Algona, and Miss Fern Allen of Minneapolis, were recent guests of their grandmother, Mrs. H. E. Peltzke. Mrs. Viola Schultz is visiting her son, Donald Schultz and wife at Pine River, Minn., and getting acquainted with a little granddaughter. KRESENSKY'S Figure Flattery Smart new foundations that mold your figure to new slim lines. Girdles, corsets, conellettea. Fall Foundations 1.98 & 2.95 ; Kresensky's 10 Garments, values to $10.95 LOFFS CREEK AID MEETS FRIDAY Letts Creek: The Ladies Aid held their meeting in the parochial school basement, Friday, with Mrs. John-Schallln as hostess. Visitors were: Mrs. Pratt and daughter, Mrs. Walter Pertl of Sexton. Mrs. Prank Schallln, Mrs. Wolfgram, Mrs. Will Stahmer, Mrs. George Jentz of Fenton, Mrs. George Grimmels, Sr., Mrs. George GrimmeH, Jr., Mrs George Botte and daughter of Falr- vllle, Mrs. Donald Radlg, Johanna and Ada Fiene, Mrs. Schmiel and daughter of Letts Creek and Mrs. Paul Elgler of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ditsworth nnd family were Wednesday «vening visitors at the Art Jackman home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leinlnger are the parents tit a baby boy born to them Monday, Aug. 8th. Mrs. Herman Reisner is taking care of mother and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family were Thursday evening visitors at the Herman Gade home at Penton. Lorna returned home with them after a vacation there. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of St Jo*, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer of Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuecker and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the Bd Lieb home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb are the parents of a baby boy born to them Saturday, Aug. 6th. END-OF-SEASON SALE Wednesday Through Saturday, Ausr. 17th—20th THE FINAL SALE OF SUMMER MERCHANDISE DRESSES Cotton Dresses, Silk Dresses, Linen Dresses, Lace Dresses—Sheer Bemberg Dresses—Linen Suits—our entire stock of Summer Dresses . Over 250 garments all out on racks at these these three unheard of reduction. 100 Dreese*, regular $1.98 160 Garments, regular to $5 95 Garments regular to $8 1.00 2.00 3.00 SHOES White Shoes, Copper-tan Shoes, Blue Shoes, Grey Shoes, Black Shoes, Children's White and Tan Ofords and San dais—genuine Keydettes, Sun-Tan Sandals—low heels, medium heels, high heels—ovpr 300 pair and plenty of sizes for all. Getting Ready for Rural School Start Although 15 days still remain in August, notice that school opening is drawing near has been served bv arrival of rural school teachers At least 20 teachers In Kos- Buth county rural schools have called In to the county superintendent of schools' office In the court housa the past week or so to make out lists of library booRs needed and begin work on lesson plans. SPECIALS FOR March of Progress Days At KRESENSKY'S Satin Slips Silk Gowns 4-gore slips, printed silk gowns, that are worth much more 98c Full Fashioned Silk Hose Eight new full colors in chiffon and service weight 49c pr. SO pair, regular to $LSO 128 pair, regular to $2.4« 128 pair, regular to $6.00 50c COATS - SUITS Swagger Coats, Fitted Coats, Box Coats, Tailored Suits, Costume Suits, Mannish Suits ,About 50 garments, all good for early fall wear with plenty of sizes for the large or small person. 20 Garment*, values to $16.95 15 Garment*, values to $25 $6 resensky's School Oxfords Black or brown, AA to B width, sizes 4 to 9 1.99 Girdle, Twoway stretch girdles, web elastic in girdle or pantie style 98c HaU Your last chance to get one of these cute hats, cheap 25c 50c 1.00 KRESENSKY'S Isenberger entertained the Birthday club. Lois Cronk, Armstrong, visited her friend. Alice Higgins, the first of last week. Mrs. Herman Dau, Algona, viilt- ed Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Brayton. Mrs. Art Fanclel attended the funeral of her uncle. Frank Brennan, at Emmetsburg last Wednesday. The William Spears, Elkton, Minn., visited over Sunday, a week afjo at the H. A. Salisbury home. Dale S. Craven, Titonka. is now running the D-X tank wagon in thi-i vie inity anil will move here soon. Kay Holding, .-on of Mr. ami Mr- j trouble. •. Marguerite Nelson, Ames came i Wednesday for a visit at the horn-.- j Here Is a / GORDIAN WORSTED SUIT SALE You'll Like Hart Schatfner & Marx Made It Possible While in Chicago buying Fall Merchandise, the question of an AUGUST SUIT SALE arose. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX said if we would sacrifice on our profit, they would do likewise—RESULTS: Mrs. II. A. Thompson ami daugh ter. Barbara, spenl last week at at the home of Bert's parents, j Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders, near Cylinder. Mrs. Elizabeth Dresrh of Watt 1 -town, S. D., is visiting at the parental John Sturm Sr. home and also wi'h her sisters. Mrs. Harry Niemann and Miss Armella Sturm. Mrs. R. J. Sample arid Mrs. H. B. Sturdivant visited Mrs. Ida Council at Arnolds Park Saturday af*.< r- noon. Mrs Sample and Mrs. Con nell are cousins and had not seen each other for about 50 years. Mr. and Mrs. Ear) L.ytle and Ed- Ear King all of Mt. Carmel. III., arrived here Wednesday for a vi-il with Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Cail- sori and family and also Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Henry Iiolf. Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Lumly and ! son of Mt. Vernon. S. I')., and Mrs. ' Lundy's sister, Benune Bowers, vi, ' ited a few days with old friend-, i here. Rev. Lundy was forrncr'v tin- i pastor of the Luthertn church litre. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bosworth uroi spending a. two weeks' vacation in I Chicago. They will vi.-it the furni : er's son. Hurry Bo.-worth and fai?:-: lly in Chicugu and his daughter, j Mrs. P. H. Curlner and famiiv in Hammond. InoY They will -.1-n'. visit Mrs. Bsworth's sister and family in Detroit. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. J M. Holci^ib ofi Sue City visited friends heie li.c other cluy a_s they were enrouie home from a trip to the Yellowstone N << ional Park. Their daughter, Jo.m ' remained with her grandparent- ; Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Ersland in K-- I therville during their absence. M> Hulcomb was formerly the boys' athletic coach here several y.-uii : ago. Rachel Clapsaddle w.nt to Walker, Minn , Saturday to spend a weric as the guest of the W. E. Gildners of Mason City at a lake there. Mrs. H. E. Rai-hut and three children, Stella, Junior and Sheila, went to Waitharn. Minn., last week Tuesday, where they visited until Sunday with Mrs. Rachut's mother and other relatives. Ruth Thompson entertained th- following girls at a slumber party , at her home Saturday night: Jean I French, Titonka. June Hash, Vir- ' ginia Trenary, Lulu Dugur; and | Mary Ann Smith. I Mrs. Beth Wicstedt and Madgi. K!- i vidge. Marshall. .Minn, and Mr.- j Hoy Jensen and daughter. I.'j.'i- ' Hock were dinner guc.sts Friday -it the C. Ij. Chipman home. The ladies are c. oiisin.t ol Mrs. Clnr. • ni,in. Mrs. Ho.,s Weaver. Delphi. Ind ai rived i.i;-l Monday for a visit with her intoner. Mrs. Ida Kuriu-iireulh er, Mrs. Id i Ku. lienreuther. wl-.-i ha.i oei-n in I"" r health for soni--- time ;'iid i.-, in.-.v being cared fur a', the Maivn Hoiel. Mr.-- H-iy Pulley ,,nd .-on. Perry, of Peon i 111. -j.enl Tuesday at the K. 1.. Piati homo ;md attended the funeral .,1 Mi -. Webster in Algun-i ;n the .itu-inoon Mrs. Uulley w,i > lorn.erly I.oil Mlllis ,illd lived hel e in u:y yi.it.-. ago. She and Mr-. Pratt are i o.i.,in.-v License Plates Stolen .-iv.-i.i Cit;. : Heiny Jolmun dU- i'u\i-ii.J .Saturday mormng that .ionic one ii.ul :,tuieil ti:e license plates Hum nu i.ar. The < ar had been paiv.- •-d iti li Mill ol in.- i evidence. RES made a Great Purchase Prices we did not think pos- THE LEUTHOLD ST of NEW FALL SUITS sible. Algona's Share Goes on Sale Friday AUGUST lath HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, GORDIAN W O R - STEDS and TRIPLE TEST WORSTEDS in neat new patterns of Gray, Blue, and Brown. Single and double breasted Nationally Advertised at $35.00 and $40.00, and well worth the money. WHILE THIS CHOICE SELECTION O F TRULY HIGH GRADE SUITS LAST—You're Welcome- Models for Old and Young $24*75 Year Round Patterns and Weight* If You Like GOOD Clothes, You'll Be Pleased With this Lot THE HUB CLOTHIERS Not Cheap Suits But Right Good Suits Cheap!
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