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the Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 27 Cwaco Mother* and Daughters— The Cfesco M<rth«*s and Daughters club met September 14 at the home of Mrs. L>, R. Potter on South Minnesota street. The opening num. ber was a club song with Mrs. W. 1*. Martin at the piano. The yearly report was given by the secretary, Mrs. E. C. Potter. Fifteen members were present and responded to roll call by paying their dues. There •was a short talk by the retiring president, Mrs. Will Runchey, and the new president, Mrs. Gordon Worster, took charge. Distribution of the new year books nnd a song, "Silver Threads Among the Gold" completed the program before a covered dish luncheon was served, Mrs. Mell Brown of Boone, who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. D. D. Sparks at Hobnrton. was a guest. New officers who took over theli 1 duties at the meeting were as follows: Mrs. Gordon Worster. president; Mrs. Frank Kelly, first vine president; Mrs. B. H. Potter, second vice president; Mrs. M. L. Dutton, third vice president; Mrs. M. L. Martin, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. R. E. Morgan, first assistant secretary- Council Oak Store WED SPECIALS Tac-Cut Ctoffee, two 1 Ib cans Pigs, 16 oz. can 14c Pimentoes, 4oz. tin 6c Potato Stix __ Sc Orange-Raisin Bread, loaf __. 10c Corn Meal Mush, O_ No. 2 ran OC 9c Soap, Kirk's Hard water, 2 cakes Cookies, fan<-y, 2 pounds 25c Bread, 24 oz loaf 9c Potatoes, per peek 19c Dates, new bulk, 2 pounds __ Beef Shanks, Per Ib. 6Mc Pork Feet, fresh, Ib, _. 4c treasurer; Mrs. Douglas Wlldln, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Fred Park third assistant secretary-treasurer; Mrs. F. L. Miller, publicity chairman; Mrs. Douglas Wildln, pianist Mrs. B. F. Sparks, assistant pianist. Mrs. E. C. Potter Is delegate to the Federation meeting. The next meeting will be held on Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs. E. C Potter with Mrs. M. L. Dutton, assistant. Members of the Flower committee art Mrs. M. L. Dutton. Mrs. J H. Fraser, and Mrs. Frank Kelly, The calendar committee Include? Mrs. Douglas Wildtn. Mrs. B. H Totter and Mrs. Addie Gingrich. Shower for Bona Bnkken— ' A miscellaneous shower wns given in honor of Renn Bnkkcn. Thursday afternoon nt the Oliver Bnkken home. The afternoon was spent in writing recipes nnd ndvire for the bridge, nnd there wns a mock wedding ceremony. A loVely luncheon wns served to thirty guests by Mrs. Boh Brnun nnd Mrs. George Seng- husrh. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Rena Bakkon to Wed— A shower was given recently in honor of Rena Bakken. who will be married at a public wedding at the First Lutheran church. Sunday evening at seven o'clock. The evening was spent in visiting and the honoree received many lovely gifts. A lunch was served by Mrs. Pete Halsrude nnd daughter to about 35 guests. Rlhle The Bible class of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. Jessie Dnlziel. Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-four members were present nt the social meeting. The hostess was assisted by Mrs, Lon Wright. Mrs. Ruth Kentigh and Mrs. James Patterson in serving the Into luncheon. Mrs. Will Walker received the prize for the guessing K. of C. Picnic- Two hundred nnd twenty-five attended Die pic-nii- held for the members of the Knights of Columbus nnd their families nt the Stnte Park at noon. Sunday. People attended from St. Jor. Whittemore. Bancroft. Wesley nnd Algona. Galloping Tea— TMre were 50 In attendance at the "Galloping Tea" served In the home of Mrs. W. P. French, Friday .morning from 8:00 to 11:00. Tea was poured by Mrs. V. V. Naudain. Mrs. F. E. Sa-unders, Mrs. R. B. WaHer and Mrs. U G. Baker. The tea was sponsored by the September circle of the Congregational church. The. Four S's— The Four S's, a newly organized Congregational Sunday School class whose membership is composed of high..school girls, will be entertained at a chlnker-check party at the home of their leader. Mrs. E. W. Hanson, Tuesday evening (tonight). Hostesses are Neva Ellsworth and Xfcredith Larson. Benefit Bridge— The American Legion Auxlllaf will sponsor n benefit bridge part at the Legion Auxiliary hall. Wetl nesday evening at eight o'clock Both contract nnd auction britlg will be played. Everyone Is invitei to attend. Past .Matrons flub— The Past Matron's club of the Order of the Eastern Stnr met for a one o'clock luncheon this afternoon (Tuesday) nt the Masonic Temple Mrs. H. D. Hutehins, Mrs. Roy Keen nnd Mrs. George St. John were the hostesses. Candlelight Club- Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles entertain ed the ten members of the Candle light club at n B:30 dinner in ths Blue Room of Hotel Algona Mon day evening. Dinner was follower; by bridge nt the Chrischilles home Sewing Club—: Mrs. M. W. Jacobson entertainer her six sewing club members at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs About Town Say* VESPER'S STYLE SHOP See the new black dirndles that have just arrived. You'll find just the kind of a dress you're looking for in our new $7.95 line. See our new silk blouses, sweaters, skirts, slips, hose, tea aprons and handkerchiefs. W«lk Upntati* and Save Money Vesper B. Hull Over Borchardt's K>X/»»^/ r /////>w«M«m'W^ We Apologize It' we were unable <o serve you last week. \Vill you please call atraui. Yes—we have reduced our prices lo meet competitive prices without any basic changes in service or materials. MARIGOLD SHOPPES 03 Alguun, la. Hnrold Hnrdenberg wan n club puest. A dessert luncheon wns served. Idle Hour Bridge Club— The Idle Hour bridge club will meet with Mrs. f. K. Sawyer for a one o'clock luncheon nnd afternoon of bridge. Wednesday afternoon. Twelve women nre members of the rltib. Study Club— Mrs. S. P. French of Titonka entertained her Ntudy club members nt n one o'clock luncheon in the Blue Room of the Hotel Algonn, Thursday afternoon. Covers were Inid for 13. Club—" The Bridgette club members will meet nt Selzer's for a one o'clock luncheon today 'Tuesday). Trie luncheon will be followed by bridge it Mrs. L. W. Fox's. Rirthdivy Dinner- Mrs. L. W. Locke entertained at a seven o'clock birthday dinner party. Saturday evening, honoring the birthday of her husband. BrtA Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Ph! business girls' sorority met with Irene Hutehins. for a special business meeting, Mon. clay evening. SENECA BIRTHDAY Seneca : The Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Norrls on Tuesday afternoon and helped Mrs, Otha Cook celebrate her birthday, Bunro wns played at four tables v.-ith Mrs. Julius Belli*,' winning the high prize. Mrs. Frank Norris and Maxinc Cody were hostesses. Wedding Annivrrwiry Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olsen and son Alvln. and Mr. and Mrs, Sigurd Olsen and children of south of Ring sled, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs A. T. Paulsen and family spent Thursday evening at the Curtis Ol sen home and helped them celebrate their wedding anniversary and Mr Olsen's birthday. Tuesday-Wednesday, Sept. 27 28 S(M'ciiil NYwsrc<-l shot* by airplaJie today of I'lixxU in tilt- f OlitillUdU-i hh'iV Jj i dai'.y trorn 1 p. in. Monty to you if \t'~ no'. << MOVIE QUIZ I'250,000.00 i. CASH PRIZES • f,M t*«ftwl Ai> Ui - ***« •* Tb ** u> ^ J.UW it\'. ill "Holiday" Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith o! Ledyard spent Tuesday evening al the Hurley Hoeck home. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and Ruby spent Thursday afternoon in Al K'Jnu where Ruby had dental work done. They also called on Mrs. Henry Hoeck, Sr., while there. On Tuesday, September IS, Harry Spongberg, city mall carrier, made his route garbed in high topped over, shoes, sheepskin coat with fur collar attached and Scotch cap, to say notl.%ig of heavy underwear. « * * Folks who watched the water rise during the recent flood were amazed to sec countless numbers of snakes leaving the lowlands for the hills. G*rtcr snakes were the majority and they were quite smart too, for. In crossing the roads at the approach of a car they would wiggle back to the side and await another chance. * * * The boy* who merwure the farim for Tiic corn-hog plan were thinking seriously of asking Gene Neville to join the program for at his home on East Call street was a hay field that reached knee high before cutting. It served its purpose as a nurse crop for there Is a fine stand of blue grans to replace It and Gene will not be entitled to cash benefits from the government. * • • On the lawn at the MM. Hortcnw Ferguson home Is a post on top of which rests a bird house. Two long firms project from the house and catch the wind turning with it as ventilators on buildings do. In this way the wind does not blow at any time into the nest. A funnel shapod gadget halfway up the pole keeps rnts. etc.. from scaling It. * * * \Vm. Dan wiw put-put-puttlnic In Is outboard motor boat on !*ie lake nl the Conservation day gathering when the put-put stopped nnd he became helplessly afloat. Bill smirched for the starting rope and fo-ind t- a boy on shore wns holrVne it up dnring him to come after it. The ropr- was carelessly tossed on the 149 ENROLL IN NEW i; ST JOSEPH SCHOOL Dedication, Confirmation To be Next Week; Old Building gold St. Joe: St. Joseph's school, r*' cently completed, will have an en rollment of 149 pupils this year, 185 in the grades and 24 students in the three high school classes. The tench- Ing staff for the three higher classes consists of Sister M. Hiltrude, first and second years, and Sister Marie Celine, third year. Confirmation and dedication of the new school will take place on October 3, with a solemn High Mass at 10 o'clock. The old St. Joseph's school build- Ing was sold at auction last Sntur- dny to Paul Thllges. On Fishing Trip Ted Wagner, accompanied by Orville Wagner. George Lenertz and Charles Brown left Thursday for a fishing trip to Park Rapids. Minn. >ank When n pull started the motcr in the take off. * t * Three goats took In Hie sight* on State street. They looked In irnctlcnllynll the display windows nd one walked into Barry's through he ever open inviting door. Later hey made headquarters on the ourt house lawn where Kathcrine WcEvoy, among many others, pat- cd them on the head. When she Icpnrted for uptown the goats fell n behind her in single file nnd went long. * * * Tlie whnle population of the vll- age of Hobarnton wns agog. For wo weeks or more there were little rumors nnd big whispers. When was it going to happen. Would :hcre be more than one 1 These questions were two of the many be- ng nskcd. Yes. it wns to be a ilcsscd event. And blessed it was for the folks are now at rest, receiving milk from the fresh cow who has supplied the homes for a couple of years. * • » Eighty-five men reported the firnt day to pick corn for the seed company, and but a half dozen hooks and pegs could be found after a careful search of all stores likely to carry them. Hand picking has dwindled so far as to make It ncn profitable to load up stock for that purpose. * * • Among every gathering one find- a smart alec or two nnd just before '.raffle was closed on the pavement due to the water hazards one of them drove out into the deepest part, stopped his car. stood up nnd with leisure adjusted n camera and took pictures. O string of cars be hind in the one way traffic were lonking angirly at the unnecessary wait for a number of them rmd pressing missions ahead. * » • Few here have fenr In the gather- ins,' war clouds but they bring to mind local men with characteristic old world traits. Auguat Bremer can hear a German aong over the radio and join in word for word August Huenhold has a dog named Hitler. Frenchman Jake Freeh can relate every inch of France's wars and history. And Melvin Miner, at the perfect soldier a«e. is thinking of taking the walk that will give him a couple of exemptions by the time war comes. Daughter Born Relatives received word here of the birth of a daughter. Marjoric L,ee, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Becker on Sept. 10, In Jamestown, N. D. Mr. Becker is the second oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker. Sr. Richard Thul of Des Moines spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Engert of Farlbault, Minn., visited with relatives here ftils week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kayser and daughter from Owatonna visited for several' days the first of the week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Orlger and family visited Sunday at the Tim Slaven home near Rodman. Mrs. Slaven is a sister of Mrs. Origer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Bormann and daughter, Mrs. Nick Bormann. Sr.. and Raymond Kohlhans visited »tt«r *r»l w**k» with hli son, l*sn#. tefl this ir*»k far » vl«H with r»l- atlvts In III. MM. Amy Hmt*« and daughter, Amy, Popejoy. «•««<« Sunday to visit Mrs. Hngen's brothers, J. A. and H. E. Johnson, Evelyn Capeslu». youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, went to Fort Dodge Monday to takrf a course In beauty culture. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hendley returned Tuesday from a week's visit with the Maurice Eddy family, of Aurelta. Mrs. Eddy Is a daughter of the Hcadleys. Leslie Jenkins and family left Wednesday morning for a vacation in Minnesota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner will take care of the Jenkins farm. The Williams graveling crew moved their equipment to the gravel pit west of Irvington last week and all of the township roads are being resurfaced. the Mathew O'Connors at Parsons, Kansas, several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thllges and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huberty, Agnes, Alvln and Raymond Berte attended the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. George Schaf • er at Preston on Tuesday. Sept. 20th. Texans Return Home After St. Joe Visit St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Hunry Fuhrmann and family nnd Mrs Clara Becker returned to their home in Texas after a week's visit here. Mr. Fuhrmann while here sold his unimproved 160-acre farm four miles west of St. Joe to M. T. McGuire. It'» The Only S.MART Thing To Do k • You can buy It cheaper now • You're ready for Winter • You get flrwt election • Delivered when you wish Phone V» 234 Raesly Lumber Co. Milwaukee Depot Stoker Sales and Service Xo stoker too large or small for us to service. \\ r <: ar ready to service your stoker regardless of iiiake. Xo\v is the tine to h.i . e your stoker checked for the winter. ]f you need new parts or new controls we can supply them. Anderson Grain & Goal Go. SWEA CITY CLEANS UP AFTER FLOOD •Swe.i City: Flood waters have ITa< U( ally ^ont- from Sweii City, and :-. pi'-Uy Uioroir/h < U anin# up of Klyii' Irvington Ladies Entertained For A Recent Bride Irvington: The Meadames .Sadie- Hopkins, Mae Fitzgerald, Grace l'lnlli[<8. Marie Keith and Vivian Kulin itnlcrUiintd at a post-nuptial showtir on Tui-hday honoring Mr.s. Wtndc-ll Jur^cnson. The party was hulil in the i-h(;ltc-r liou.se at thi fall State Park. About lifty KUCht.i attended. Phone 308 Algona, Iowa mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmm Alt. /nl ( iiii fltml t.'M to attend Thursday-Friday, Sept. 29 30 Wh.it hupi". n.j when glamnjou •• night club '-tar marries .jlaid young college professor? Plenty! Ginger Rogers James Stuart "VIVACIOUS LADY" NHHS—N>\v Ci>de I.UCOA Hand Sat., Oct. 1 Sun. Mon., Oct. 23 I:'-, ii.i,ti.tr "l't>.t I'ilut" A SlfWY AS GREAT AS IIS STARS! ' i .'.'(, i ilivvL-., t lu'.'.a ili tri' t M. K. i on ! f'rr'-nwf at K n- <'ity tiii;i week aiv 1 tin: Ki-v arni Mrs. H. K Harvty !irrl M;.-> T V. Johnson who i.i Swu;i City'-, di-i(-i;;itc Mr.i. Alelha Erk- laii'l ii .ilttrnatc. (iivi-h I.K ture UV-iii»-viay tyening at 8 [). m. at tin; Lutheran church Mi.ss Myrtle: N'urdin will K'y«-' «" illustrated lei-- turu on the worlt of Colombia Kv .in S< hi-i']mian is acting »•> *>uh| ntitute mail earner while Hen 'IVr- tl "' hunt: IH lahin in> amiuu.1 fifteen 'lay vacation. Mr. and Mrs. f'larence Phillip* anil children of (iruettiiiBer were .Sunday visitors at. the I'erry I'hil- lip.. home. Mr. and Mi:>. Halph ijige ami family and Mrs. Alice I'uryea spent .Sunday at Fort iJod^e with the Nelson family. Mrs Nelson and Mrs. I-^ige are sisters. Kilo tilling u all practically com- angclical Lutheran Mission of Koutii Mrs Ki fur uik I.ooft went to ("l«;ir int'iiful treatment l-'tht , Anna JVar.,on li_fl last Wed iv i ij . jit-nd th. v. ml' r '.vi' ii !i< r t i r M r i K.II ! M'i/i;yer in I "• IS YOUR FURNACE GIVING THE BEST RESULTS? Seeret. of Home Comfort and Family Health is SCIENTIFIC HEATING i I. n. .on li-fl Tm-.-.day and i.-maiii'K-r of tin- v.'iek i.-i where :-he- attended a nM. tiii.^ nf 'ii trill i.o..tm;i-L- Silo Filling Is On Throughout County Union: .Silo filling U in full twin:; al Una tin:u. lilt: rain having delayed Hie tilling. I.. (Jisch, Win. Bo, worth. Krank Hofius and Frank Thompson itave already filled and others art tilling us rapidly (is pos- .•iiblt as the corn is drying very fast. Moat of the coin in this section in fact all of it. is believed out of the danger of frost. pleted ut thi:i time. Kiiwitrii Mawd.'.ley being the last to (ill on the Clarence Mawdslcy run. Chirenci Mawdi.lt.-y al.,o lilted for U. IJ. Kranlil last week Mrs. Alu e .Simmon-, returned lavt week from Wi.-.t Bend and HuveloeV where .'.he ha:, been YI.-.UIIIK lei alives. At ilaveloik hhe was ; 14ue:il al the home of her brother- I in law. ('has. .Simmons, who ha:, been ciitically ill. The Kiniiiioiii family were former Irvinyton and j l.uVerne rc'oide-nta 40 Wesley Kids on First Train Ride Wealey: Forty ( hildren. under thu Mipcrvi.iion of two teachers from the public school, took their lirot train ridu lait week. The trip wu.-> made us part of their •jiudy in .social science of ruilroudJ and transportation. Several of Ihu mutliui'a drove to i Hutfulo Center and met the children after the trip, bringing them hume by ear MORE COMFORT MORE ECONOMY With MODERN HEATING Let Us Solve Your Heating Problems Laing & Muckey 12 North Dodge Phone 464 »(•»••••• ...-- L*—. • -—USED CARS '37 Plymouth 2-doot touring '35 Oldsmobile Sedan '34 LaSalle-Sedan '32 Plymouth Coupe '31 Plymouth Sedan '31 Chevrolet Coach »29 Model A Coach S. & H. Green Stamps with Gas, Oil, Repairs and Old Accounts WMhln* WIMard Battery Service Grenaln* Veedol Quaker State Enarco OH» Tydol O«* Hoenk Motor Service Phone 391 NOTE AFTER THE COOKING SCHOOL MOVIE 821 women who saw "Star in My Kitchen" knew how important milk and cream and butter were in making recipes of the show. Thousands of others know, too that Algona Creamery milk and cream _ is Safe, Economical and Healthful for all recipes or just as a beverage. Call 400— Our Driver Will Stop At Your Door ALGONA CO-OP. CREAMERY V^^ Close Out Sale of Used Farm Machinery 1 John Deere Model B tractor and cultivator. This tractor has steel front and skeleton rear wheels. Two years old in A-l condition, 1 John Deere Model B Tractor and cultivator, with power lift, rubber front and skeleton rear wheels. This tractor in three years old but has a new cylinder block and pistons. 1 John Deere Model B Tractor, 1938 model, with rubber tires all around, 9 in. tires on rear. This tractor has seen very little work and has had <be best of care. 1 John Deere Model A Tractor, with steel front and skeleton rear wheels. Two John Deere Cr-P Tractors One 15 30 McCormick-Deering Tractor 1 McCormick-Deering two row mounted picker for Farmall Tractor 1 Oliver two row corn picker 1 John Deere No 9 Corn Shelter 1 Ottawa P Corn Sheller One 230 Letz roughage mill 1 John Deere No. 51,18 inch tractor plow 1 John Deere No. 2, 6-ft. Mower 1 John Deere No. 4, 6-ft. enclosed gear mower with tongue truck. 1 John Deere 8 ft. grain binder 1 John Deere 10-ft. power grain binder 1 John Deere corn binder with tongue truck 1 Horse power for elevator 1 Hummer manure spreader Most of the above machines have been reconditioned and repainted and will be sold at bargain prices for the next thirty days. Kossuth County Implement Co. ALUONA, IOWA FOB QUICK EESULT8-USE THE WAHT

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