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The Algona Upper Peg Molnea, Algona, IQW&, Oct. 18,1938 LEAVES HOSPITAL; INJURED IN CRASH LuV«rne: Mrs. August Pergande IB ft patient in the Storm Lake hospital following: an automobile accident which occurred near there |«at Tuesday afternoon. She had been receiving treatment at a hospital In Cherokee and Mr. Pergandt, accompanied by Mike Hlntz and his daughter, Bertha, had gone to bring her home. The Pergando car collided with a truck at the intersection of two primary highways and Mrs. Pergande received a broken pelvic bone and a broken rib. The others were bruised and shaken up and the car was wrecked. Portland Progress Club to Meet Thurs Portland: The Portland Progress club Is to meet Thursday, Oct. 21, with Mrs. Ed Smith. The president desires a good attendance as there will be election of officers for the coming year. Hallowe'en Program Miss Mary Tjaden and her pupils are giving a Hallowe'en program on Friday evening, Oct. 21st. Fifteen young people In the district will give a play, "First Day at a Dumbbell School." There will be a fish pond, lunches and home made candy will be sold and a turkey given away. Sister HI Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl with the tatter's two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Bllsborough and Mrs. Fred Czapp, both of Algona, spent Friday at Botna at the bedside of the ladles' stepfather Calvin Splckler, who I* very 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Put* with Avery Fitch were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Victor Fltchs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstlch and family were Wednesday, evening guests at the O. O. McFarlands. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McWhorter were Thursday supper guests at the home of the former's brother, Ray McWhorter. Mrs. Stanley Keith and Mrs. Ray McWhorter attended the Plum Creek club meeting at the home of Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Wednesday afternoon. Martin Thorsen and Mr. Jensen, of Rlngsted, were Monday afternoon callers at the Dell Fltchs and Mr. and Mrs, Ranney Putz were Wednesday evening guests at a BOO party at the Fitch home. Mennett Trunkhlll and his sister, Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Burt, returned Tuesday with Mrs. J. P. Trunkhlll, their mother from Bismark, N. D., where Mr. Trunkhlll is still confined to a hospital. His improvement Is rather slow. Mrs. Garnlo Hood was hostess to Mesdames Roscoe Stewart, Ivan Long, G. O. McFarland and Chris Bolle Thursday afternoon. The women laid* plans for »he school lunch and various other things for tho program night Miss Mary TJad- en was also present. Wllma Slaughter, who is attending the Hamilton School of Commerce at Mason City, spent the week end at home. You'll lore these new HOTSIES perfectly tailored by Luxite for their flattering, new necklines ... gay rope trimming .. and the soft, comfortable curled balbriggan that fashions them! And you may choose your most becoming color, for HOTSIES come in ravishing dark and light shades. Small... Medium .. > Lergc ;; i 1.98 Department Stores runs PEERLESS For COMFORT (Cheniucol Processed) If you wunt fullest value from, your money—if you want to enjoy u comfortable, wtli-heuted home thia winter burn i'KEULKSS (Chuinucol Proctsscci)— The King of Fuels. Algonu home-owners ugree that for dependability and economy you can't beat Peerless Coal. Peerless Chemacol Processed YOt'K BIN NOW! I'ttlt'US ARK DOWN • QUALITY IS UUJU! Phone 256 BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Jim Poul, Alanager Union Girl Returns Home After Illness In Ko*suth Hospital Union: Wllma Etherlngton returned to her home here Sunday following a siege of pneumonia at the Kossuth hospital. She is the youngest daughter of the Wm. Etherlng- tons. Chester Bailey and Frank Hoflus both received shipments of sheep this past week. William Kohl sola his Shetland pony, which he had owned for a number of years and rode to rural school which he attended. He Is now a freshman in St Cecelia's academy. Luclle Bode and Arthur Llnsley of Fort Dodge spent over Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs- L. Bode. Mrs. L. C. Puth, Oil- more City, was also a week end guest at the Bode home. MOTHERSCLUB OF LONE ROCK MEETS Lone Rock :< The Mothers club met with Mrs. Andrew Thomson recently, Mrs. W. O. Flalg assisting. Mrs. A. A. Krueger read a paper on "A Child Speaks to his Parents." Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt conducted the games. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. M. Gross 1 assisted by Mrs. Harris Wadsworth. All of Burt Family Together for First Time in 19 Years Burt: For the first time in 19 years Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, had the pleasure of having all six of their children gathered under their roof over the week end. Lee of San Carlos, Calif., Harvard of Oakland, Calif., and Allen of San Francisco arrived Thursday. On Friday their only daughter, Mrs. Archie Hold- Ing, Pontlacr, HI., arrived. Harold of Des Molnes, came Saturday and Oliver lives in Burt On Sunday a group of other relatives from Des Monies and Webster City also came for a family reunion. The three sons who live In California, stopped at Wichita, Kansas, on the way here and Allen was married there Oct. 12 to Corlnne Nemmers, a former Bancroft girl, who ac- commpanled him to Burt They left for their homes Monday. Mrs. W. H. Vogel entertained the sewing circle Thursday afetrnoon. John Hartl returned Friday from a week's visit with his sisters in Chicago and Milwaukee. Lorena Schwletert, Mason City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwletert, recently. Albert Manus of Milwaukee, Wls , came Thursday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Mrs. L. E. Towne, Balaton, Minn., and Mrs. W. T. Fish, Wesley, visited the Pratt homes Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentlne visited over the past week end with relatives at Osage and Waterloo- Al Staehle has returned from Des Molnes, where he was undergoing treatment at the veterans' hospital. The senior class and Alice Elghme attended the motion picture, Marie Antoinette at Algona Friday afternoon. L. R. Daniels is Improving his house by building a back porch and a grade entrance and repainting the house. Mr*. Delia Carroll and Mrs. Ber- Wallace will .entertain the Oct. 20. The G. H. McMuIIens went to Russell Sunday to visit Mrs. Me- Mullen's mother. They returned Tuesday. Mrs. B. K. Bahnson visited from Thursday to Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson at Webster City. The Glen Braytons, Wesley moved Friday Into, the Charles Lappe house. Mr. Bray ton works for Cowan A Son, Algona. Rachel Clapgaddle, who Is doing social service Work at Knoxvtlle spent the week end with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. R A. Blelch and daughter, Luella left Friday for a week's visit with relatives at Avoca and Muscoda, Wis. Katherlne Manus Is substituting at the post office during Luella's absence. George Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, who is attending college at Ames, was taken suddenly 111 with appendicitis last Tuesday night and was operated on the same night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahllng went down Wednesday to see him and Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder went down Friday. Mrs. J. T. Heaney and Mennett Trunkhlll, who were called to Bismark, N. D., by the Illness of their father, J. P. Trunkhill, returned home Tuesday. They found Mr. Trunkhill better and Mrs. Trunkhill returned home with them, but Mr. Trunkhill remained for a few days more for treatment and real. Wesley Nine Gains 9 Wins in 10 Games Wesley: The Wesley high school baseball team defeated Crystal Lake last Tuesday here by a score of 5 to 3. Friday, the local boys shut out Vernon consolidated 4 to 0. The game was played there and was the last game for this fall. This was Wesley's tenth game and their ninth victory for the season. Work Begins on School Work was started Monday on the new high school gymnasium and auditorium. Jack Mayer of Clarion Is the contractor. The building is to be ready for use by Jan. 1. Give Party At the Catholic Daughters of America card and dance party held in their hall last Wednesday night, high prize In bridge was won by Ed Elsenbacher Mrs. Ed. Hildman held high score in 600. Evroul Loeblg received the door prize. A large crowd attended the party. The Clare Wingerts of Waterloo are visiting relatives here. Guy M. Butts attended & real estate meeting at Cedar Rapids last week. The Stitch and Chat circle met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. Amesbury. Mrs. Edith Dawson returned from a week's visit at Mason City Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt were dinner guests of Guy M. Butts last Tuesday evening. Mrs. H. H, Flom, Jr., entertaln«d the members of her bridge club on Thursday afternoon. Donald Kraus spent the week end at his parental home. 'He is attending college at Ames. The Methodist Ladles' Aid are planning to hold their annual baz- arr Saturday, November S. Mrs. Jergen Skow went to Oska- ioosa, Tuesday, where she attended the state W. C. T. U. convention. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Muliin attended a meeting of the county rural mail carriers at Ledyard last week Tuesday. Vee Mullln, Victor Muliin, A. M. Lease and William Johnson attended a conservation meeting at Algona Wednesday night Mrs. John Stevens who has visited her sister, Mrs. Carl Hansen the past summer, has returned to her home at Santa Ana, Calif. j The Study club is again sponsoring the sale of towels road* by the blind women of Iowa. Last year 65 towels were sold In Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Wester and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman went to Cedar Falls Friday. Mr. Wester will make several business stops en- route, Mrs. Arlo Dawson entertained the members of her bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Blelch won high prize and Mrs. Tom McMahon won second high. Mrs. Harry Braley entertained her two «lsters, Myrtle Emmons of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rasmussen and family of Forest City at dinner Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ricke and daughter, Betty, Henry Rlcke and Mrs. R. J. Thlssen, came home on Wednesday from Festlna. They had visited Lou Rlcke and his twin daughters since last Monday. Thos. A. McMahon of Garner, father of Wesley's funeral director will open a funeral home at Lawler. 30 miles east of Charles City, In the near future. A physician for many years, the elder Mr. McMahon finished his course In embalming early this summer. Mrs. Tom Forburger entertained her bridge club at the first party of the season last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Haverly won high prize and Mrs. George Ward received the travel prize. Mrs. Forburger*s sister, Mrs. Syl Carman of Stil. son, was a guest New corn cribs are being built on the Mrs. Susie Gray, farms, one on the farm occupied by Rudy Larson, one on the Ward and Shore place and also on the Clarence Ward place. All the cribs are said to be of the new government type with the sloping ventilating shaft down the center.. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Linus Hutchins at the General hospital In Algona last Wednesday night, Oct 12. Mrs. Hutchins was formerly Madeline Hauptman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman and has visited at their home for the past two months. Mr, Hutchins Is engaged In the photographic business in New York. Former CorwitlvMan Weds Casey Nurse Corwith-Falrvlew: Friends of 8m. met Ryan, former Corwlth young man, received announcement of his marriage to Miss Mary Alice Thompson of Cafcey, Iowa. The wedding took place October 4 at the St Joseph's church at Casey. Mr. Ryan is a graduate of the Corwlth high school and with his parents, the John Ryans, lived In Corwlth until two years ago whon they moved to Ces Molnes. The nowlyweds will live at Muscatine, Towa, where Mr. Ryan manapes an A. & P. rtore Corwith Auxiliary Gives Lunch Sale Corwith-Falrvlew: The American Legion Auxiliary held a rummage sale last Saturday at the Legion Hal). Lunch was served during the afternoon and evening with the following committee In charge: Mrs. W. C. Woodbury, Mrs. Robert Beer, Mrs. Rufus Welter, Mrs, Charles Erlckson and Mrs. Garfleid Gouge. Wesley AA A Twp. Delegates Elected Wesley: At the AAA meeting held in the Legions rooms Thursday night the same Wesley township officers were elected. Tuesday, Win. Frimml, Olaf Funnemark, Theron Hansen and Lou Bolenus, as well as all other township officers of the county, went to Des Molnes, where they were given information on sealing and resettling corn as well as on the 1930 farm program. Seneca People Spend Week End in Illinois Seneca: Mr. and Mrs R. J. Campbell spent the week end In Hebron, III. Mr. Campbell's aunt, Mrs. Dora Campbell, returned with them to spend the winter. Miss Ruth Kracht Is spending two weeks with relatives at Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKlbbln were business callers In Wisconsin several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classen and daughter attended a surprise party at the parental Amos Classen home, the event being Mrs. Classen's birthday. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons are spending the week end witn Mrs. Merrill's parents, the S. L. Uuntona at Raymond, Minn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen and tiuugh- i ter, accompanied them. {Sexton Ladies' Aid | Holds Annual Bazaar Sexton: The Sexton Ladies' Aid held their annual chicken supper and buzitur Thursday evening. They had u large crowd fur supper and things sold fuirly well at the sale. Henry Nelson auctioned the donations after .supper Delores liemis drew the bed spread. She Is the little daughter of Mr. and MM. Sim Be/ills. Mrs. Marie Hardcopf of LuVerne and daughter, Pulricla were callers on Mrs. A. L> Greenfield Friday uft- crnoon. Edith Greenfield returned Friday night from the Jergtna Skow home nt'ur Wesley, where she had been ! bince Tuesday. Mrs. Skow went to Gskuloostt Tuesday morning to u W. C. T. U. meeting. I Sensational u - . * ',; • : : • ''-ij,--' •'!••"„•!•• COAT Features! STARTING TOMORROW Luxurious sport coats of sumptuous RUSS- KABA which closely resembles Persian Lamb—also marvelous dressy coats with magnificent fur collars — all flawlessly made in Autumn's most flattering silhouettes and colors. Thrilling values. $ Furred Dressy Coata Sporty simulated Persians Lavishly Furred Coat Creations Individual dressy models that nutke liberal use of expensive furs on sleeves and boleros <tlKo coats with distinctive ripple and face- framing fur collars. Included at same low- price are warm sumptuous Hudson Seal Fabric coats. DRESS Beauties! Styles That Look So Coetly! ( 'a ntivating frocks ri«-li with brilliants and embroidery, important boleroand jacket styles that arc .supremely flattering — marvelous novelty crepes, rib- rolls and stunning woolens — simply irresistible in Teal Blue. Vintage Wine, Slate Blm- and Black. Department Stores Woman Seriously 111 Corwlth-Falrvllle; Mrs. Mrune Severns has been very ill the past week with-pneumonia but was improving at last reports. LET'S TALK ABOUT HOME LOANS t ere's the dangerous "straight" mort- debt. Then there's OUR sensible, amortized 1.IniHoan that gradually disappears wit J small monthly payments like rent. . . and pets yon out of debt. Algona Federal Savings & Loan D C.R.LaBarre,Sec'y-Treas. FOE QUICK RESULTS-USE THE WANT APS The Big October Event - Grahams Special Values at Bargain Prices Brown Muslin Buy your needs now at this spec, clal feature price. 7c .Outing Flannels Light and dark patterns. You'll save at this attractive price lOe Blankets Rich In color— specially priced for the fall event I .44 80 Sq. Prints Bought especially for this event Buy now— 12e Towels FANCY CHECKS 17x33 Terry Towels, assorted colors. Buy a supply now an dsave. lOe Silk Hose FOB WOMEN Full fashioned, regular 69c 49e DEESSES 69c For Girl* Made of M (quart print :loth. Every one a new style PAJAMAS Tuck stitch — balbrle- gan »8e Novelty knit In the smart two- piece styles. New pastel shades. WASH FROCKS Women's, Misses 1.OO Featuring new styles. Fast color fabrics In •izes 12 to 40 Satin Slips BRASSIERE TOP Made of quality satins, cut full gore—panel front. 32 to 44 1 .19 Part Wool Blankets 70x80 price. slow—very special A fall sale featuro 87e Slip-on Aprons Popular every day style in fast color print fabrics 39e Barrel Sweaters Popular sweaters for girls. Novelty knit for »port or school wear. 79c Emblem Caps IIIOH SCHOOL COLOR* Stocking caps—with the world "Bulldogs" on each 49e one. Knit Caps GIRLS', BOYS' New novelty knit styles In plain and bright colors. 49e SNOW SUITS Sneppy Styles 4.95 Zipper Jackets, one & two plecu style. Sizes 4 to 12. SWEATERS Smart Styles 1.9ft Honja Henla Style, stripe, fancies and plain colors, BEACON BLANKETS Heg. 12.30, part wool .98 Doubles, specially priced Plaid Hose Three-quarter length in plaid patterns. Ltutex garter tops. Husking Mitts Boas Quality—regular 11.60, Fall Sale Feature dozen I Play Suits BOYS', OlKLSf Cut from dependable Hick, ory stripe fabrics. Dressy looking. 2 to 8 yrs. Table Oil Cloth New patterns In wanted color combinations. 48 j n wide. Suitcases Grained water proof fabrics, 20"x40" size. Gray or black. 29C "•••" ' '•/ 98 C Knit Sleepers 2 to 8 years Choice of nturdy fleeced /garment»i--full cut, droo seat. " 69c Save Money-Yet Buy The Beit! 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