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The Algona tJpper Bes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13, Q/O7TS Brings Bride Home— Wendell Jergenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jergenson of Algona brought his recent bride, the former Gladys Ramus, daughter of Mr. anft Mrs. Otto Ramus of Lu- Verne, to a farm near Algona. where they will make their home. Their marriage took place Aug. 26 in Des church in a double ceremony in Moines at the Grace Methodist which the bride's sister, Virginia, was married to Charles C. Sorenson of Corwith. The Rev. Thomas Gallagher officiated. Woman's Club— A one o'clock luncheon will be "served at the Algonn Hotel for members of the Algona Woman's club for the first meeting of the new year. Mrs. Max Mayer of Dps Moines will be the guest speaker. A musical program will precede the speaker, and will consist of selections by the Bel Canto club quartet, a piano solo by Jane Cretzmeyer. and vocal selections by Gertrude Zender. The officers of the club will be the hostesses. Dinner-Bridge— The final dinner-bridge party of the Algona Country Club will be DON'T CROWD! Get here flarly and avoid the rush ... get your pick of the latet arrivals in the Fall's fashion-hit frocks .. . at your favorite low prices. Special Purchase I Smart new printed cotton dirndies Gorgeous Satin Blouses Kresensky's held September 19, Monday evening in the clubhouse. Committee members are Joe Bloom, chairman, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, co-chairman, and Dr. Karl Hoffman, Mrs, Harold Cowan, Raymond Norton, Russell Waller, Walter Lorenz. Phil Kohlhaas. Ralph Miedke. Mrs. M. G. Bourne. H. E. Woodward, Mr.s H. M. Smith and Mrs. Bob Larson. — *»— Florence Voung Wed! The marriage of Miss Florence J. Arthur Young. Davenport, am; John A. Rexroth. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rexroth. Grandvie\v. took place in the home of the bridp. Wrti- nesday evening. September 7. with the bride's father, pastor of St. John's church. Davenport, offiei.it ing. They will reside in Ames. Miss Young formerly taught in the public schools of Algona. Edna Nordstrom Wed— Ednn Nordstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom of Algona and Donald Teeter, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter of Whittemore. were married Thursday morning at 11 o'clock at the home of the Rev. Alexander English, who performed the marriage ceremony ii? the presence of a few relatives. They will make their home on a farm four miles west of Algom. | D. A. R.— The D. A. R. met for a one o'clock uncheon today (Tuesday) at the •iome of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mrs L. 3. Dickinson. Ella Thompson Mrs. W. J. Bourne and Mrs. W. L Whitney were the hostesses. The program consisted of a talk on Romany History by Miss Ella Lewis. Romany Music by Mrs. Olive Herbst and the fortune teller was Mrs. Lucille Smith. Delphian Study Club— Mrs. Harold Gilmore was elected president of the Delphian Study club at a business meeting nt her home last week. Mrs. H. M. Potter <vns named secretary-treasurer and members of the advisory board nre Mrs. L. G. Bnker. Mrs. W. G. Me Birthday Clnt»— The Birthday club members wer entertained by Mrs. Emily Spencer Saturday, at the Raymond Norton cottage on the north shore of Clea Lake. Mrs. Antone Johnson won the high score prize at bridge, an was also the club guest. The part} was given honoring the birthday o Mr?. Burton Thorpe. Missionary Soeety— The Woman's Missionary societ> of the First Lutheran church wi! meet on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church parlors, with Mcs dames Willis Bllsbroough. George Spongberg and G. D. Brundage the hostesses. Mrs. M. A. Sjostrant will be the program leader, Mothers tk Daughters Club— The Union Township Mothers and Daughters club will meet September 22 at the home of Mrs. Delos Gardner. Mrs. Louis Bode will be the assisting hostess. This is to be the first meeting of the new club year. Mrs. Mary Sarchett is president of the club. Homo Builders Class— The Home Builders Sunday School class of the Methodist church will meet in the church dining room for a 6:30 dinner. Wednesday evening. The officers are to entertain. An election of officers will be held following the business meeting. Cullough and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, the latter of Whittemore. The first meeting of the ne\v year will be he! 1 October 4. Congregational Circle— Mr.s. Don Smith's circle of the Woman' Association of the Congregational church will meet for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Laird. Wednesday afternoon. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. James Neville, and Mrs. C. A. Momyer. Members are requested to notice change of date. MORE HAIR RAISING NEWS While in Chicago Mrs. Dailey took a special course in beauty shop management and is now in a position to me«t ANY competitive price without sacrificing that superior quality work for which the Marigold is so well known. We want to make it possible for every one to have our work. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: Our regular 75c shampoo and finger wave reduced to Our regular $1.00 shampoo and finger 7C_ wave reduced to _______________________ • ***Our regular $1.25 shampoo and finger ~$1 AA wave reduced to _______________________ l.l/w Is Your Name in our Beauty Chest? MARIGOLD SHOPPES Phone 803 Algona, Iowa Rpbekah Lodge— Members of the Rfbc-knh vi!i hold a resruiar meeting this evening (Tuesday) at th? lodgt room in the Dehnert Hotel at eighl o'clock. Beta Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority wil hold the rfistb usiness meeting cf new year at the home of Mrs. Thelma Knudsen this evening (Tuesday). t-utht-rnn Brotherhood— The First Lutheran Brotherhood meets this evening at eight o'clock in the church parlors. All the men of the church are invited to attend. Star In My Kitchen," Movie Cooking School, Coming Soon } * it TheMan About Town Say* E. O. \V.— Mrs. L. J. Nelson will entetnin USED CARS • • "35 Oldsmobile Sedan • '32 Plymouth Coupe • '31 Chevrolet Coach • '34 La Salle J '31 Ford Roadster • '30 Dodge Sedan 5 '31 Plymouth Sedan • '28 Chevrolet Coach S WASHING GREASING • WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE J Veedol Quaker State Enareo Oils J Tydol Gas • \V,-M ,,|' ( ',,1,;. | J|. ,,,.,. • I Hoenk Motor Service m II. L. II,, , fmmmmmmmmmammmmmm mmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m t'\ eight members of her sewing rhib. the E. O. W. club, at an ,-ifter- noon party. Wednesday afternoon. St. Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas .Episcopal Guild will meet Thursday afternoon nt 2:.10 at the Call state pork. Mrs. T. H. Holmes will be the hostess. Luther Ix-ncue— The Luther League will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 in the church parlors with Marilyn Norman, the hostess. Laf-a-Lot Club— '" The Laf-a-Lot bridge club members met Tuesday afternoon (today) with Mrs. James Watts. LOCALS Mrs. John F. Flockhart of Dubuque and Mrs. Laster T. Jackson of Cedar Rapids will visit the par- lib of St. Thomas church to meet with the ladles of the church at 7:30 Thurday In the church building. They will discuss the women's activities for the fall and winter. All the women of the parish are urgod to attend. Mrs. Fockhart and Mrs. Jackson will be guests of Mrs. ChcJ Williams while here. Mr*. Wayne Ooddcn of Daytona Beach. Florida, who has been visiting old friends in Algona since the first of September, left the first of the week for Windom, Minn., to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. Louis Bass. The Goddens have been living in Daytona Beach since nbout the first of the year. Mr. Godden is painting with Nels Nelson, whose wife ia the former Ingeborg Nielsen of Algona. Charley Kuhn ua* prewnted with a handsome badge last week for 63 years of attendance at the Kossuth County Fair. He has taken an active part in the Kossuth fair during all those years and this year served as gatekeeper in front of the grandstand. He was among those who spoke a few words over the KG1/J broadcast from the fairgrounds 'jri Thursday. When the young ryrllsts joined the safety council they mounted their bikes and followed Chief of Police Van Alstyne. He. too. was on a bicycle, giving instructions for turning and stopping, never faltering or losing balance: he did not upset. Looks like a little secret practice took place before hand. * # * A truck bached «p to the door of the Joe Durnin's on East Kcnne- ly street and unloaded two big boxes. Curious, he investigated and earned the address was a Kennedy street in Garner and had been chipped from California. * • * A couple of colored baseball plsv- ?rs have it in for Doc Scanlon. He :ent them to the national baseball ourney at Wichita while here at iome Watermelon Day was being elebrated. An event they had planned on enjoying for many weeks. Thov ppsky grasshoppers who like to eat our golden grain have other cravings too. Mrs. Kay Setchell hung a washing on the line and as if by signal the hoppers came from far and near to feast, passing up the snow white sheets and cases and devouring the dainty ladies' under garments, leaving nothing but the straps attached to the linei. * * * While the council was enjoying the sights in St. Louis, member Huenhold took a spare moment and Going to school In a theatre! ft sounds a bit strange, doesn't It? But that Is what women of the community will b* doing when th« Algona Upper Des Moines' motion picture cooking school comes to town on Wednesday and Thursday Sept. 21 and 22. The program will start promptly at 9:30 a. m. at the Call Theatre. There will be real lessons, too. sent a picture postcard to the Smoke Shop telling of his big time. Before the postman would leave the card he collected two cents due for Tunney had written the address on the left hand side of the card with the message on the right side. There's n lesson many folks might learn. Including Tunney. When you cross the halfway line with a message it go—' as first class mail nnd is charged for accordingly. * * * Quite a bit of rxcHemont look place about nine o'clock one eve- ninK of fair week as n car parked across from the hotel was discovered to have two sets of license plates. Tall stories spread quickly. They really had something there. It turned out to be either a federal or state agent's car with a right lo the extra plates. It shows our boys are right on the job. * * • Want a scare? Rap on the back door of the Mart Weaver home. You'll be greeted fiercely. Not by the Weavers, but their family cat. A watch dog if ever there was one. He will strike and spit at strangers, hunch his back and give you the works. On top of that he has pointed ears that stand erect and a tall cut off to resemble a wild bob cat. * » * A young couple, married thin summer, living on Diagonal street thought themselves separated a few- nights ago. He stayed out until two o'clock, his first night out. He returned to find her missing. He searched the house and called without response. He made ready for bed. Dolled himself before the mir. ror. turned this way and that admiring his manly form. He sat on he bed wondering and worrying. lessons in measuring, mixing, and blending the ingredients for many recipes: In the preparation of such triumphs as a lattice-top fruit pie: in making delicious frozen desserts and salads: in laundering fine fabrics: and in planning healthful meals for growing children. Trie camera has asembled all the expert information of trained home economists—not as a routine lecture, not as a formal "highbrow" demonstration, but as a real romance of home making, full of suspense and charm, and informal chats from one good cook to another. There will be remarkable cjose- ups of each process in a series of model, conveniently-equipped kitchens—real, workable kitchens, not the synthetic, false-front variety, where trained home makers will plan and complete the preparation of several meals so the entire audience can see the process step by step. The class won't be all work, for there is the constant play of sparkling humor, the appeal of tender romance, the suspense of a coherent, intelligently directed story, which dramatizes every day happenings- the human sort of things that really do happen. Binding the attractive story together is the romance of home-making, a subject that holds the interest of every woman young and oH Even the Upper Des Moines knows that all women—brides, business types, and experienced housekeeper' —respond to the fascination of looking In on another woman when she is at work in the kitchen. Particularly do they like it when they are allowed to sit quietly and watch her prepare some dish <:t which she specializes. They kno-.v that if-they watch closely, while she measures and mixes and completes the entire cooking operation, tliis close-up personal study will be more helpful than hours of ready recipes or blind experimenting. The motion picture camrra \va« leisurely, completely unhurried and painstakingly accurate in record ing "Star in My Kitchen." There is no trickery in the cooking, baking. and preparation of appetizing irebox: wonders. Competent cooks who have drifted into bad habits will be able to check their own mistake^ by studying systematic routine revealed in those close-ups. In addition to the daily recipe sheets, a generous store of gifts are destined to be carried back to many a home from the Call Theatre. Don't miss the 1938-model school. Wesley Teams Win, Lose Wesley: The Wesley high school baseball team defeated the Woden team in the first game of the season on the local diamond Friday afternoon. The score was 10 to 0. Tha We*l«y Tiger* were defeated by the Titonka team at the Algona fair ground Friday afternoon by a score of 10 to 3. AID ELECTS INSWEACITY Swea City: The M. E. Ladles' Aid held Its annual election Wednesday. The officers elected are as follows: president, Mrs. F. F. Johnson; vice president, Mrs. John Scklund; secretary, Mrs. L. O. McNeil; assistant secretary, Mrs. George K. Nelson; treasurer, Mrs. T. F. Mitchell. It was voted to hold the regular Aid meetings only once a month instead of every two weeks as formerly. The circle meetings wilt continue as us ual. Shower for BrMe A miscellaneous shower honor ing Mrs. Wm. Dorsey was held on Monday night at the Clayton Real- son home. r or more than an hour she watched nd saw it all. Then she crawled | year, rom under the bed where she w.is Attends Algona School Rich Point: Marie Erpelding, the youngest daughter of John ErpelJ- ing. is attending the academy in Algona and staying with the Arend sisters. Marie is a sophomore thin tiding because she was scared to be left alone. * * • Thf Council Otik hoys got over a ittle too far with their lettering on the window telling of the great >argain.i in groceries and put a sivjn on Joe Blooms store front telling of 'Free Watermelon Inside.'. It jrought In a number of extra customers for Joe until he fell for the :ag. * • * Hern's an ea»y way to find Frank Kohlhaaa. Six nights a week, seldom a miss, Frank can be seen I Mri. Neln Swan&on was very plena. I i antly surprised u week HJJO la-st Sun- I . il;iy afternoon when several of her j fi.emU < ;irne in with well filled h;t*- \ I l:i-t.s for luiic-h anil reminded her i 'hey i-anie to help tier celebrate to walk down one side of State j street and up the other during the hour from six to seven. Mr*. Eva Gardner 111 Mrs, C. W. Patterson. Burt. spent the week end at the Hugh Raney.i. helping to cars for her mother. Mrs. Eva Gardner, who has been very ill the past week. Milton Burlingame filled silo on Saturday. Ed Capeaius, Algona, visited at the home of Frank Capesius. Sunday. "'The Plum Creek Literary club will meet Sept. 21st at the Jessie Ah- wegg home. Tmcs.-Wed., S'.-pt. 13-11 ! Tlillf-..-1'rl. it , S,-j.t. ) Hugh UerlH-rt Walter C'uimtlly uuiiey "BOW TOWN' Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS 47c 7c 23c Tac Cut Coffee, 1 W<i 1 II) i-;jli- Royal Ann Cherries, ,~> It'/.. CJIIl Fruit Gel, Many :i farmer pridftt himwlf on hi.-i bt-Miitifu! home and its surroun 1- in:;s Hundreds of doll;irh are spent in lan'lsfHpini?. Trees are set out. vines iind shrubs are placed for i !«mks. i;iwr\H are leveled. heeded j irid k(-[;t mnwfd It i.s a plcaxiirt- I 'ii drive by and .see a home n! til 1 • J '-:';M. But. M;t.v Homebody ( onu"< sl'iiig with four nr five doll-ir- ,'i!-'| f"r i ye;ir i;m pu' up a h\z billbo ird ; ' hr'Ul' I' Peanut Krush, 1£ Sii|n-rl). ]H »•/.. *"** Superb Shrimp, Cocoanut, Palrnolive Soap, :.' .-.-ik. > ________ .Super Suds, Cookies, i';nn-y. Neck Bones, '.-' | n HIl Ills Fresh side Bread, 11 , II,. 15c lie lie 15c 25c 9c A *'*' Swea & Eagle Folks Exhibit at County Fair H-Ava-K.-l. -: I;,in diirinx the '.'.i.k Mopped turner.- from field '.voik and iii.iiiy took advantage of attending the < ounty f.iir. Tile Swell .Slant of Sevict; 4 H club di.jnoii.-.traled "Making and I,' c, i,f I'M Hollo," by liuby Bei,' "fid J'hylh.i J're.iton and thi.i wa. ),!:•! '-,1 jn the b'lle llbbou rlas.i . The ,/,'tl-i re< i ived 17 pii/.e.-. on arli'l..-, Tiie l.oyi and «nl, ralf club Wa . '.'.ell I i-pl > -eiil t d, having entered If) • il-.e.i. Ciillord Mc(;n_'ol won Jn.-l pn/e 'At An,;il , 'rtlVi , ('iilloid li.- tA'.Ii ill < Uiil V.'jl'k l»ic<>- Y'-;i!.^. HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints i'o make t-reani soup deli' ioii i add a piece of < hee.ie about Uii: size uf it wulnut ju.sl bu- foi 1 -eiving to yive it a specially de!i< iou-> It ivor. Men folks like our p ind * ookies. Heive ntry, roll., then* of- Wil son Bakery I'll one 43 Heunion nl I ort Mr. and Mis. John Jon^.beig lo| ^elhfi- v.-ith Otto Kelly.-, of 'ic-rled j Ito.-,- Hrowiiiiix near Hurt, atl>-nd"d 'the Tha'kery kinsfolk reunion at a j park ii> Fort IJod^e a \veek a^o luil Sunday. (iocs tllder Knife Euxene, son of Mr. and Mr.->. I.e .lie Hanson, underwent un appendix operation at Coleman hospital. K.i therville last week Friday. He i.. recovering satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thorson are parents of u son born Sept. 2nd Ole .Stangland and Mr. and Mrs. <;rant Utu of Delavun, Minn . visited la.>t Sunday at the Ed Bcrgeaon liuiae. Rectal Diseases U'ile.s, Ki.i.iUie, Fistula i Varicose Veins Hernia (Rupturo I give special attention to the treatment of these diseases by ambulant methods, which means that you can be up and around and lose no time from your work except for the few minuter you ipend taking treatment in my office once a week. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. First Floor Sawyer Bldg. Formerly in General Hosp. Bldg. AIXJONA, IOWA 29-tf Armand Schuler entertained the, entire faculty at a picnic at Tuttle Lake Fri<!ny evening. Mrs. Will Krumm arrived home .in Thursday from Rochester, where sh' had been a patient at the Mayo clinic for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Blair and Doris Poole of Des Moines visited at the Jfred Peterson home last week. Mrs. \Vm. Norris moved out o:' Mrs. Olive Anderson's house north of the tracks and has moved into a room in the Wm. Baker home. Mrs. Fern P«terson and Mrs. Mary Dundas of Armstrong were in Fort Dodge Saturday to receive instruction for county work in the American Legion Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Art Collln left on Saturday morning for the Black Hills. They expeced to spend Saturday night at Lead. S. D., and to be gone four or five days. Mildred Linde left Saturday to join her aunt. Lillie Ltnde. who Is a registered nurse in a hospital in Denver. Mildred will continue her college work in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Thompson stopped in Swea City Thursday to greet old acquaintances and relatives. Thev were on, their wav to Minneapolis. The Thompsons cnme to live in this vicinity from Englo Grove some 2(5 year ago this fall, buying the Walter Smith farm home in north Seneca. Hnz.el Uohlin left Wednesday for Des Molne.s where she was to ent^r the Inwa .Methodist hospital for nurse's training. She was accompanied by her mother. Mrs. C. K. Rolilin. Vivian Kinney and Wm. Becker who were to visit two or three (lays. Catholic Daughter* Meet at Wesley Wesley: At the meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America held on Wednesday night, Sept. i, there were five state and district officers present They were Mesdames Wai - sey, state regent and Mrs. Douglas of Mason City, Mrs. Carroll of Clear Lake and Mesdames Baugh. district deputy and McGuife, both of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and children visited relatives at Omaha last week. E; ?, Fate Right away fof ft steady, lifetime job at g6irtp*yl Must be over 25, thoroughly reliable, a good worker and own a car. Write giving age and experience to Box 69, Algona Upper Des Moines, Algorta, lowft. Swea City Club Has Annual Picnic Swea City: The Ladies' Guild held their annual picnic Friday in Editor Sperbeck's beautiful garden. A goodly number were in attendance After a short business meeting and devotions, the afternoon was spent in games and contests. Mrs. Jennie McCrary won first prize in guessing Bible characters, Mrs. Gladys Jensen won first prize In anagrams while Mrs. Emma Hammand and Mrs. Leola Von Alstine took first and second prises respectively for dressing the prettiest dolls. Second Feature Clyde Elliott'* Wild Animal picture "BOOIXK>" Thur».-Frt-S«t, Sept 19-16-17 MC MFltD G/UMOM TO SET EVIDENCE THAT I MEANT PII10N rO II GANGS OF Second Feature Bob Roger* in a glorious musical western "I'NDEH WKHTKRN HTAR8" New Serial "Dick Tracy Returns" Sun. Thru \Vrd.. H«-pt. Kecund Feature THE BATTLE COY Of BEASTS! SlIIMtAS! Mrs. K. L. Tribon will hell Theodore Klberu furniture i-.t 219 West State. acru*g the btreet from Dr. Kox's veterinary office on Thursday, Sept. 10, ut !*a. jn. lieds, complete with almo.,t new matlre.'.si.'ji, book case, velvet rug. liuoleuvn rug, kitchen cabinet, dining room table, chairs, ice box, dishes, kitchen ware and many other articles found in a home. Nothing sold until s-ile starts at 9 a. m. Thursday. 37* .NOTICE, Change of Location We lime moved to our new location first door south of the Advance office, formerly occupied by the Bulck tienler. We are prepared to do our usual line of repairing on all mnkes of cars. We carry a full line of Plymouth :uid Chrysler parts. »w models of new cars will arrive this week. Come in and pay us a visit in our new location. Maxwell Motors Chrysler and Plymouth Sales-Service. PHONE 595 £0O»S$»S»WW«>Xk<}O^:O;^ Rats and Weather Are Expensive Boarders They take a lot <»f corn on farms where eribs are not in condition to keep them out. Have yon given your crib a careful inspection to see if it can properly protect your crops for a long hard winter? Is the foundation and floor safe and sound so that the rats can't pet in ? Is the roof rain and snow proof and can the walls carry the strain of a full load ? If there's any doubt, it's cheaper to h'x them now than to wait until damage is done. See us for any materials you need to make your crib rat and weather proof ? * F. S. Norton & Son Phono 229 Algona, Iowa TAKE THE BACKACHE Out of Corn Picking witk a McCORMICK-DEERING Corn Picker THE HARD WAY THK EASY WAY Hand picking involves more backbreakina dmdgery than almost any other farm job. Hour, are long. Cold, rainy, and anowy weather can delay you for weeks. A sprained wrist may keep you out of the field for much of the husking season. It's so much easier to go into the field with your tractor and anew McCormick-Doering Picker and let this combination do the work. In a fair yield of com, machine. Come u -row, you can double that, McCormick-Deeriog Store I'lliUR.Oli U _ East State St.