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IT TAKES A STAR The Algona tipper Pes Motet BURT BUSINESS WOMAN ON TRIP Iowa, Sept. 27.1936 i- _---•_— —••»• and children, of Lah* Ciyatal, Minn., virtted at th* L. n Danf«ls and M». | Belt* hoiM«a lait *eek. J£',&!?J 0 ™ 8 . OB «*.»*,<* Mrs. Mra. WEST BEND LADIES HAS The itory of "Star in My Kitchen" wouldn't ring true if flour of uncertain qnality were n.ed in the baking •cene.. It t.ke, a fl our li ke Pilhbury'. Be.t to a,,ure the fin* baking mult* that give point to the *tory. And in your own kitchen, it's Jim M important to use fine floor if yon want your baking to turn out perfectly —*~— time. Pilkbnry't Bc*t give* tuperior results becaute the wheat, that go iato it are t«ted >nd blended with icientific p«- cutoii — and becaate itf quality never T«rie§. Why take chance* when Pilhbur Hoar com M little more A«k your grocer for Pillibary' | for a three or four week*' visit In "«"""'"'""'' """ w ***- *?<"*» Aid met at the home of Mr*, the west. She will visit relatives at L.,M?» ^!2 g o .1 U * and lwby *P* nt M ' Tl **«"*<»• Wednesday after- Grand Island, Nebr., Denver, Colo ir . M Saturday at the home of noon with Mrs. Clarence Mtmson and other points and will also visit r?' „ ""i.P* 1 '*"'?' Mr - £"<» Mrs. «nd Mr«. Robert Day as assisting Mrs. Frank Lathrop, formerly Hel- <-• r - Man8n »lth "> Bancroft I hostesses. Mrs. Boos, the presl- en Thompson at Salem, Ore. Mar- . L y' a Ofaon celebrated her 18th I »f nt> was '" <*«*»« and Mrs. B. F. Ion Bemhard, who has just complet- blr t"day last Tuesday evening by "icrarland had charge of devo ed a course in beauty culture at *n'«rtalnlng about a dozen girl tlons * nd read P»»lms 19 and Ac Waterloo and taken her state ex- frlend * at a party at her home. 20*-12. The hostesses served a 28 amlnations, came home Thursday A surprise birthday party honor C * nt 8up P er to a K°°d crowd. and will have charge of the beauty '"« Mrs. L. H. Schenck, and Mrs • shop during Tone's absence. Walter Sorensen, was held at the Attend Director* Meeting Sm.«ii7n^.f, noon"** h ° m * Wednesda y a «er- Rev. H. J. ffoedlng left Wcdnes Sunday Onesta noon. day evening for Waterloo to attcno Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hattle, Brltt a ""ellng of the board of directors Mrs. K. J. Smith and Lieut, and spent Friday at the D. L. Oodden'l of Dub "<!ue University. Me return Mrs. Wayne Hardman, Bancroft, home. Mrs. Hattle came over tol ed home Friday. were dinner guests at the C. C. attend the shower for Mrs. Henry Smith home Thursday evening. Anderson. W. H. Daubendtek returned on The Vogel store building In which TfUOd u y f [° m Excelsior Springs Presbyterians Meet the McMullen grocery. Monitor of- ' re he ha " been taking treat- The Presbyterian Mite society will flce and cream station are located I ment * meet Wednesday. Sept. 28. with Mrs ls beln £ repftlnted. L. R. Daniels ' Rov st °ver of Rodman spent A. H. Meinzer. is doing the work. Thursday afternoon at the home of — The L. E. Roetmans attended the pi* ^u Ot «'/ and 8lster - Merle a "d Dr. M. I. Lichter was confined to Quarterly meeting of the Iowa State Blanche Stover. his bed with flu several days last Brand Creameries. Inc., at Mason E - "• Wlsart of Iowa Falls was week. City Thursday and were also din- a """'"ess visitor in West Bend A large number of school children ner / uests at the R. C. Wllley home. J,"* 8 ^- He ™« formerly em- were vaccinated for small pox last' Mrs. N. I. Morness snent »h« t»»*u I P'°y ea n «re In a bank, week. fW'Afiji^^ NOLEUM *•*** ,ji^ "•••-**• •••*».•« at. .mtisu] City Thursday and were also din ner guests at the R. C. Wllley home. Mrs. N. I. Morness spent the week I """*— —" "" " """•»• end with her daughter. Margaret. . . R * v - H - J - Needing attended the Kenneth Evans, Blythedale Mo i, JL 1 ? em P |o y«d '" a diet kitchen . fri f d ch [chen supper at the Presby- is working at the R F Eivid*» chlca &°. where sick people who ' erlan church In Rodman. Wednes- home. B -1 require special diet, can obtain the dav evenln R- He is the pastor there required foods. Mr. and Mrs. William Riley an Mrs. Poul Moore went to Bod* dau * hter - Ida - took Mrs. Allc Friday to spend a coupel of weeks °' m mons to her home at Algona with her daughter. Mrs. Leonard She 8 P ent the P«»t ten days visit Schmidt, while Mr. Schmidt Is away '"* at the Riley home, on a fishing trip. Bobby Moore, The girls' and boys' Sunday Schoo ^, t l£ 8pen ' °>e week end here class taught by Mrs. H. J. Needing with his grandfather. enjoyed a class party at her home The Rev. and Mrs. Thoburn Frida y afternoon, after school. Thev Speicher are leaving Tuesday for P Iaved games after which the host Sac City, where they will attend the e88 •erod refreshments. ^M Ua l"! th ^l 9t ,,5° nf T. en . ce bein sL Som , e ..?' the neighbors of Mr. and home. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert entertain ed the birthday circle, Thursda The Richardson Linoleum Department is recog- nised as one of the largest in North Iowa. It will be a real inspiration to you if you like beauty in your floors. We have inexpensive Linoleums for those who want them—and the finest quality obtainable for those wanting the best. Quality pays. Call at oar Btore for * free copy of "Dream Kitchens for 1W9"—a beautifully Nhnfawted book in color* with a world of Information on style* and color scheme* for your home We have in stock nearly eveiy pattern featured in the "Dream Kitchen Book." OUR INSTALLATIONS ARE MADE BY HIGHLY SKILLED WORKMEN, PLEASE KEEP THIS IN MIND afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonal Sioux City, spent the week end a the O. P. McDonald home. A post nuptial shower for Mrs Stella Isenberger Anderson was gl\ en at the Cecil Oodfredson hom Friday afternoon. The Christian Endeavor society and the Epworth League had a roll er skating party at Titonka on Thursday evening. _ •••^ Candidly A A A if YOU want MORE for your money Attend GRAHAM'S September HOUSEWARES SALE and Buy Now -- -. William Nelson and Mrs. William Hundertmark gave « Hobson are the lay delegates surprise party on them, Friday eve_.ire, who will attend later In/"'"*- They are leaving the last of ne week. this week to make their home. In Mrs. Ed Thaves has been confin- ¥?**"• Wyoming. Her uncle. Frank d to her bed since Monday, suf- McColloch. lives there . The Hun- erlng from injuries she received In der tmarks visited there In August fall. Mrs. Thaves caught her Mr. and Mrs. DowelJ Hinton of eeve on an upstairs light switch. Round Lake, Minn., came down which caused her to fall, twisting Monday evening, and on leg In such a manner that the drove to Fort Dodge to see her «°,7,^51. ere w torn ' Th* »mb has 'ather. Cad Ditch, who is in the aused her much suffering, although hospital at that place, having been o bones were broken. (operated on for adhesions thf w£ek before. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morey also drove to Fort Dodge. Tuesday, to see Mr. Ditch. OFFICERS FOR YEAR A ™*«>ng Senior, - - - - IPI—*M—Officer. Sexton: The Sexton Aid met on AliattTiiuum'A 1 COLORFUlNEWCURTAINS Put new life in your house Fresh fluffy kitchen seta in colors. New fall patterns. 79c Lace Panels You'll love these beautiful weaves. ?rlced low enough for everyomt'. 5c J9c 98c Glass Berry Sets, one howl, 1 fruit dishes Glass Mixing Bowl Sets, r n in colors red, yellow, hlue __, 0"C Glass Tumblers, Tulip <„• handed pattern. Colors, red, hlw. yellow __.. Imported Tea Pots, uew dceorations—pineapple shape .__. Ivory Enamel 'Combinets, Kn .,. n trim, set-in lid, 10 , |Ua rt '_ Kitchen Containers Matched Pieees White background, red trim An inexpensive and smart way to make matched sets for your kitchen. Step-on-cane Canister Sets round or .square Waste paper has- f* f^ kets choice VB?Vf• Bread «f»««W Boxes tilfC* Sauce MM* Pans IWC* Aft r ™*' Ruffled furtains Folds and folds of loveliness in these Priscilla styles. BIG New Mohawk Line JUST IN Over 60 Patterns Now in Stock, in*)st of them loomed to fit any size room. Yon may choose your nig or carpet from large .9x12 cuts in stock. You need not guess how it will look in a large piece-you will find what RICHARDSON'S LOW PRICES Famous Pyrex Ovenwaiv Hound Casseroles, oblong loaf ]»an.s, oblong utility lislies, former •fl.fK) itenw for 45«- 1'ie J for only .~> Hound Casseroles for _ 25c 75c Bench Hampers With Pearl Krijsh Covers Glosi enarr f^ el. Firmly TF woven fibre^* r Tin- Secret ,,f Table H,. au ty is Smart—Colorful DINNERWARE Popular ].atterns, attractively price<l 3.6» 5.95 Platinum. Red Stripe and Gold Chain Borders. Floral, green and old Mexican decorations. 32 Pieces, Service for Six Aluminumware DurabU- . . . DeprnduM.- The following items feat- urded on tables. Sauce Pans. 3 quart, double boilers, 2 quart, Percolators. 1'., quart. Pitchers, Covered Kettles, ;ach Aluminum F{ot- ary food press Aluminum Urip C'offe»- Maker Aluminum Heal Cookrr Angrl Cake fan, 10 Ittchf« Aluinuiujii Otic* Harvey Steven: treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Taylor. Plans were made for the bazaar to be held in October. Following the business meeting Mrs. Jorgen Skow held Bible study and a tray lunch was served. Out of town guesta were Mrs. Belle Wai. ters and Mrs. Serena Shlley, Oraet- tinger, mother and sister respectively of Mr.. Bemis. Mrs. Rosa Fitch and her broth er, George Hicks, from Gordon. Neb and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch wer dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs. Jack Weiland near Garner. Mrs. Rosa Fitch and daughter? Lois and Esther and P. W. Han*e,i wtie last Sunday dinner guesfs of Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler nejr 3Mrt. Mrs. Koestler is a sister of Mrs. Fitch. Mrs Wm. Albright and dau K hers. Hazel and Wilma. spent Thurs. lay at Burl with Mrs. Albright's ister Mrs. Ruby Cogoill. Mrs ogdill returned with them for a wo weeks' visit. jg Miller spent Friday with er friend. Kathryn Kirschbaum the Kossuth hospital. Edith -.reenfield was a caller in the after- oon. Kathryn is recovering from n appendix operation. Furniture Company West of Court House Where Furniture Sells fo . . jH vwwwiw *wwww^^ •••—•— ——^— ^ ^— — Going Strong! g^«h «f If <? NOW OPEN STOCK WARE Final Cleanup i,n better quality fancy We are cleaning house <*n odds and end.- in • •pen stock di.she.s Cups and Saucers 7" Dinner Plates lOe Framed Mirrors Polished crystal glass with hand- bome gold or ivory finished frames Also round mirrors with etched designs. Congoleum Felt Base Mats Highly decorative and ever so useful Boys Wear Dresses, iirls, Trousers; LuVerne Initiation I.uVerne: Members of the freshman class were duly initiated on uu rs<lny They a " wor e green ribbons around their head* al' day •iml every time they met an upper ••lassman they had to bow. In the rT?'" K " Imrty in their hon °r was held at the town hall. Freshman hoys ,. Hme ,j reljbeu in dreii , Die girls wore boy*' clothes. Road* Inipa*»able CLEAR THE DECKS i/ Mr, COU8 ' n Mrs. Meyers at Rake last week h«M ay ; They r£ported shal th *y had to try heven different roadi, be reach primary No RrrlrrU-d . Mr* Albert r; en rich wan reelect! president of the Maho,IUt Lad* Aid group at the election of officers Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, »-y Ufhty was elected vice pre.i nt, Mrs. Wm. Ell|». secretary and Mrs. Archie Hanford, treasurer 13c 29c TABLE OIL CLOTH 4« ui. iiR. First quality ttlenbach, new patterns Armstrong Kelt Base Bugs i*xJ2 feet $5.95 — — — _ mm mt m m m , Department Stores 32-pc. fine pattern quaJity, DINNERWARE Service for (J Hegular $4 ao This is a much better quality stt than the price would indicate. We have only seven sets. attend- -.^nic group meeting lant week Monday evening. Mr, Oeo. Khoades who ha* been Mim K her mother Mrs. Josenhlne S«-ribn*r. left for her home in Aberdeen, S. l,., Friday " I'"i «uy. Sl««."* 0r /H 'a^' M " Keith Kei, ; p v.^.ted last "week*^ he Wm. Guy home. Thirty women of the | ora | j uth heVutsf*; A " J M ^ »"""««d i "'«- KUeftt (JBV IjrtjisrttTn -±t Mf ' *t ii *™j } j * 'Jgftiiii HI Wtj*f Bend la«t week Tuesday afternoon -I whi, h over 140 were present Mr and Mrs Ijavid BieKKer an, Jos. Garbe, Coqu.lle Oregon arrival a week ago Friday to spend , "oupl.v of weeks with Mr BieKEcr'h "arents, Mr. and Mrs. Kra/ik Bj eK Ker. " Mru T I \if ii' "iru. i. j.,. Williams and Mrs Ce -•il Williams enterluined * number ^/'"M" ™ u "" 1 «y »«*".«*/• ho,, oring Mrs. Lloyd Zentner. There were thirty present and the dfter- noon WHS spent socially. Out of town guests were Mrs. Wm H ,.-f(i •olilnel.J, Mrs. Marlhu Dawson und Mrs. J.viibel Umluud. Otlio. 1936 Ford Fordor Deluxe, black, with mohair up hoistry, practically new tireH, motor overhauled,' looks like new. » Down paynu'nt 1937 Ford "60" Tudor black, with heater, jjoorl tires, and nice, clean upholstering' finish like new. $| rr Down jiayincnt *w 1937 Ford Deluxe Tudor fircni, low niileage, motor in perfect condition, looks and I'uns like new. $17C Down payment »•« 1937 Ford Tudor 1937 Ford Pick-up Blue, with 0,400 miles, in perfect condition, eannot be told from new. $1UC I^'wn J'aynwnt *w 1936 Plymouth Coach Black, :n,000 nules, practically JJew tires, upholstering and finish like new. Down payment $y*.£..^^*uci( MANY WITH MONEY- BACK GUARANTEE »* •* «*- 1936 Ford Tudor Black, very low mileage, ped with radio and exceptional buy. Down payment __ er an $17C WD 1936 Ford Fordor Herry Jensen left Thursday for Ames where he will attend college Down payment *110 '34 Chev. Master Coach ctieally new motor upholstery good. $AC Down Payment iJu 1936 Chevrolet LWB Truck Motor jiwt recently overhauled by owner. Tires fair. -SfAA Down payment 1UU 1931 Chevrolet Coach Good tires and motor, b<>dy renders rough. $«(» EASY TERMS - WITH LOW INTEREST RATES IvAILABiEliiF DESIRED PI MOTOR CO. ••^••i ^luip Service . Open Simdj.u 4 °pt-n Sunday A. M.

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