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The Algona Upper Peg Moinea,jAlgona, Iowa, Oct. 18,1938 Vote for M. J. DUFFY Democratic Candidate for Treasurer of Kossuth County General Election Novemer 8, 1938 A Continued Administration of Honesty and Efficiency Your Vote and Support Will Bo Appreciated ST. CECELIA'S BAZAAR WED.-THURS., OCT. 19 20 Academy Hall Chicken Supper Each Evening Start serving at 5 o'clock. Dance each evening. Games of all kinds. iocterr Algona U. D*M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Wedding Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau observed their 14th wedding anniversary by entertaining relatives of Mr. Dau from Lotts Creek, Whlt- temore, and Algona, at their home, Sunday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Halnzing- er, Mr. and Mrs. Frank BchalHn, Mr. and Mrs. John Schalllfr, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. • Art Rusch and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boldy and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gremmels nnd son, Mrs. Theodore Pompe and three children, Mrs. Geo. Gremmels, nnd Mrs. Anna Dau. The evening was spent playing five hundred and Mr. Dau showed his motion pictures taken on their western trip during the summer. Prizes at five hundred went to Mrs. Geo. Boldy, high for women, Donald Radig, high for men, nnd the low prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boetcther. Mrs. Dau serv- td a late luncheon. Dues-Paying Luncheon— The dues paying luncheon of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society was given at the Methodist church, Thursday afternoon, followed by a business meeting and program. Mrs. W. G. McCullough, new president, was in charge. Mrs. A. A. Bishop led the worship service followed by a vocal duet by Mrs. Kermlt Forbes and Mrs. V. K. Rising. Mrs. Walter Roberts played a piano solo, and Mrs. O. B. Laing read a group of 2#X®yKXlXl3XX^^ S A Igona 's Newest Store INVITED To The Grand Opening of The NEW MODERN Christensen Bros. Store Friday October 21st 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. (FLOWERS pon THE LADIES) Evening 7:30 to 9 A /"% N EVENT we've been planning for riionths takes place Friday, October 21st when our new, elaborately appointed store will be thrown open for inspection. T I IIIS IS truly an event of major importance to women who delight in shopping wisely and economically. You can come expecting the most outstanding values in northwest Iowa. You can come expecting to find a wealth of new ideas ... a result of weeks of searching through Eastern Markets . . . You'll find everything abreast of the times, everything new, and best of all. . . you'll find exciting savings. We invite your inspection of. . . NEW COATS NEW DRESSES NEW SUITS NEW BLOUSES NEW SKIRTS NEW MILLINERY NEW FOOTWEAR NEW HOSIERY NEW LINGERIE NEW HANDBAOS NEW CORSETS COSTUME JEWELRY Here You May Buy Wisely Safely - Economically Secure in the knowledge that this new business will carry on and maintain the reputation established by 1 lie old store. Christensen Bros. Co. New Store Located One Block East of Former Store tJRXQaK8XKS8^^ poems, solo. Mrs. A. E, Michel sang a D. A. R. Guest Tra— The anual D. A. R. guest day tea was held last week Tuesday at the Masonic Temple witn the past matrons of the Order of the Eastern Star serving. There were 5X1 women In attendance. A group of musical readings by Mrs. Ed Hanson with Mrs. Sylvia Gunn at the piano, and dance numbers by Marlene Gillesple, Betty Ann Sharp, Barbara Beck, Marcia Setchell and Joyce Ann Amnn, pupils of Bcrnlce Stock, formed the program. Marlene Glllesple's Birthday— Marlene Gillcspie entertained 14 little guests on her sixth birthday, Saturday afternoon from 2:30 until 4;30 Little guests were Jerry Lee Puffer of Corwith, Shirley and Betty Dorsey of Ledyard, Larr Manus of Burt, Jerry Dutton, Gary McDonald, Max Stebritz, Maxine Gibson, Patty Olson, Bonnie Jo Durnln, Patty Gillespie; Jackie and Bobbie Becker, and Lynn Hunter. Following a number of games, Marlene's mother, Mrs. L. W. Gillesple, served the birthday luncheon at tables decorated in pink and green. Birthday Party— Patty Gillesple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gillesple, was honored at a surprise birthday party after school, Friday night, by her mother. Patty was ten years old. Guests were Marlene Glllespie, Maxine Gibson, Sue and Teddy Hutchison, Barbara Beck, and Ronny and Beverly Gerber. A birthday luncheon was served at a table decorated with Hallowe'en decorations. Mrs. L. W. Gillespie and Mrs. H. R, Gibson were the assisting hostesses. Sorority Tea— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority entertained at an informal .tea, Sunday afternoon, between four and 5:30 at the home of Mrs. Robert Will- lams. Guests were Esther Pratt, Marion Corey and Lucille Black. Church Circle—The September circle of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. H. D. Hutchtns at 2:30, Thursday afternoon. There will be a business meeting and an especially good program. Bel Canto Club— The Bel Canto club met at the country home of Mrs. Fred Geigel Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. E. V. Pierce gave the lesson on the subject, "Folk Songs." Mrs. A. E. Michel ,and Mrs. M. G. Bourne sang several songs for illustration. Plans were started for the "Mercian," and the committee was chosen with the following women serving, Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, chairman, Mrs. M. G. ! Bourne, Mrs. E. V. Pierce, and Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Dinner for Employees— Wf. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau entertained at a seven o'clock fish dinner at their home, Thursday evening, honoring the employees of the Dau Garage. Algona Woman's Club— The Algona Woman's club will have a meeting in the library club room, Friday, October 21. This is the regular meeting, and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer will preside. Dessert Club— Members of the Dessert club met with Mrs. Fred Park, Friday evening. There were two tables of bridge, following a dessert course served by the hostess. Breakfast Club—The Breakfast club members met with* Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Parks on Sunday morning. An eight o'clock breakfast was served, and the mem bers attended church services. Birthday Club— The birthday club met Monday evening for a seven o'clock dinner honoring Mrs. W. G. McCullough at home of Mrs. R. Keen. Covers were laid for eight dinner. Bridge followed the Peeks Honored— Mrs. May Harrington entertained at a luncheon Sunday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Peek of Portland, Oregon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hopp« of Des MoneS were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt Bernard Wilson of Lake Mills was a guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, Thursday evening. Mrs. Blanche Prazec of Sutherland arrived Sunday for a visit of several days with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhain- er spent Monday in Des Moines, where Mr. Falkenhalner attended to some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and family spent Sunday at Spencer with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Runkle. The women are sisters. Lee Ctete of Den Moincs and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgatty of Mason City were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Doherty. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller of Grinnell were week end guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. S. D. Wilson, Mrs. V. K. Rising, Irene Lonnesberg, Ruth Alice Johnston, and Dorothy Rife attended the j ston. mill j-'u* "*•*• j *».»« ~Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Spencer and I wcdding o f Gladys Beighler at Des Mr. and Mrs. Earl Findell of Gam- Mo j ncS) Saturday, bridge, Mass., arrived for a visit | R B hs several friends. of their former Algona Missionary Society—The Woman's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter and Mrs. Cleve Barton as hostesses. Mrs. Clyde Smith will be the leader. Bible Class Wednesday— The Bible class of the Congregational church will meet at the home of T. H. Wadsworth Wednesday, Oct. 19, at two p. m. Mrs. Allen will be the hostess assisted by Mrs. F. A, Corey and Mrs. Aggie Knapp. Catholic Bazaar— The anual bazaar of the Catholic church will be held at the St. Cecelia academy hall, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, October 19 and 20. A chicken dinner will be served each evening, followed by games and danclrig. Meeting Postponed—The Plum Creek Literary society meeting has been postponed from Wednesday, October 18 to Wednesday, October 26, due to the county corn husking contest. The meeting will be held at the home of Carrie Johnson. Mrs. M. W. Ferguson returned from Des Molnes Sunday where she had spent the past two weeks with her niece, Lola Dreesman. VOTE FOR Faculty Party— The first fall faculty party will bo given Wednesday evening at the high school with Initiation for all new teachers added to the staff this fall Harvey Littrell is program chairman, and will be assisted by ^Antoinette Bonnstetter, Clyde Ridenour, Barbara Mqyle, Dors Caraon, Aria Rocksvold, Margaret Englund and Gladys Prescott. Duck-Dinner— A seven o'clock pot luck duck dinner was served Monday evening, at the Lloyd Muckcy home, honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, and Mrs. Ed Bartlett. Guests were Os-| car Anderson, Ed Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Knoll and Mr. and Mrs. Louise Lynk. Idle Hour Club— The twelve members of the Idle Hour bridge club met with Mrs. A L. Peterson for a one o'clock luncheon, Wednesday afternoon. The travel prize at bridge was received by Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Guests were Mrs. Joe Paxson, Mrs. L. C. Hanson, and Mrs. Margaret Dillion of Newton. Lutheran Missionary— The First Lutheran Woman's Missionary society will meet on Thursday at 2:60 p. m, in the church parlors, with Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. Harvey Simpson and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand aa hostesses. Mrs. Edwin Hovey will be the program leader. Boxes of Blessings are due at this meeting. Family Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson entertained at a family dinner, Sunday evening. The dinner was attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Ti- tuiika, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising, and Mrs. Florence Peterson and bons, Ronald and John. Hi-Low dub- Aim Joe Harig entertained the members of the Hl-Lo bridge club at her home, Tuesday evening. There were two tables in play. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew received the high 1/rizt, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Harry Hargrcaves. Mrs. O. W. Erickson was the club guest. L A. WINKEL Democratic Nominee for County Attorney "Pledging to Continue a Fair, Square and Impartial Public Service. with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs and family. Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard has gone to Grays Lake, 111., where she expects to spend the coming winter with her daughter and family, the Byron Caldwells. Babe Dutton, employed on the high line at Mankato, Minn., was a week end guest at the homes of his brother and sister, Bob Dutton and Mrs. Archie Dodds. Sir. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks left on Tuesday (today) for a business and pleasure trip of several days to be spent in Iowa City, Davenport and Mollne. Lloyd Pratt, employed at Hampton for his father, and Helen McGahey, who teaches at Whitten, Jess Fandel of Whlttemore and Lenlce Donovan of Emmetsburg were week end guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt Dorlys Knudsen of Des Moines spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Knudsen. The occasion was the birthday of Mr. Knudsen. Mrs. Knudsen took Dorlys back to Des Moines Sunday and returned home Monday morning. Mr. and Sirs. 3. M. Glasier and three daughters, Rosemary, Margaret and Eleanor and granddaughter, Mary Lou Dauk of St James, Minn., were dinner guests at the J. J. Dooley home, Sunday. Mrs. Glasier will be remembered as Anna Kennedy of Algona. Henry Thompson, for many years, a member of the Kossuth county board of supervisors, and a native son of old Kossuth, who has been living in California for a number of years, is here for his annual visit with his many old friends and relatives. He has numerous property interests in this vicinity. Council Oak Store ,WED. SPECIALS Raisin Cinnamon Bread, loaf 8c Tac-Cut Coffee, __ 2 one Ib. cans Oil & Tomato Sar- A- dines, per can ^ Pineapple, crushed 8 oz. can Red Kidney Beans J p No. 2 can *_- ' c Hershey Cocoa Syrup, K) ox. can Peanut Crush, 16 oz. jar Ivory Flakes, 2 boxes 17c Neck Bones, per pound —,--,—. Pigs Feet, fresh, pei-pound Pork Liver, per pound — Cookies, fancy, 0? r 2 pounds _________ Will Your Winter Coat Be too Long? -•* If you haven't looked at it iince last spring, it probably will., Get it out now, and ' bring it up to b,u MhorUiiixl. Winter Suit Skiru should be shortened too The Tailor Phone 38 Over Clopton Tuesday-Wednesday, Oct. 18-19—Continuous from 1 o'clock O*Ke*fe and Florence Rice in "VACATION FKOM LOVE" TlHira.-FrL, Oct 20-81 It'i n»g and nag with th« Riti Brother* from »Urt to finlihl "China ot Today" "Table News 26 Theatre Tickets given to first 25 patrons Saturday night with 15 Movie Quiz Answers. Bring I Your Books. Sunday-Monday, Oct 23-2* attend„ football gam'rin"the~ Twin "cities, over the week end. Marvin Waller of St. Paul returned with them for a visit of several days. Mrs. Albert Nnuss, Estherville, spent Sunday as a guest at the John Hegcrty home. Frances Hegerty observed her birthday, Sunday, //I Dud Mittag General Hauling Phone 368 Algona, Iowa 42-45* and a few neighbors were invtfed In for an evening party. J' Mr. and Mi*. Joe OtWnW*f Saturday and Sunday at *** with their son and d<"JB*t#. Ha«y and Isabelle, student*i atjh* Unffr- erslty of Iowa. They helped Mabelle celebrate her birthday, Satvfr- day. Bead The Want Ads—Tt t <'—And I'll There Afore Ye" First come, first serve for these newest arrivals from New York. Drop in and see these wonderful values .. . you'll find it well worth your while. Smart wool plaid jackets, Jlned sleeves and shoulders at Kresensky's FOOTBALL SECOND HIGH SCHOOL GAME Algona vs Hampton High School Athletic Field—8 p. IEL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 Admission 35c and 25c Support *our Team A COMPLETE LIVING ROOM OUTFIT All the furniture you need to make your living room cozy and bright. We recommend the entire outfit as an investment in Home Happiness. 7 pieces. See them in our window $89.50 Knee Hole Desks Roorny and useful, yet smart and graceful. Vencund in rich walnut. Splendid value at Lounge Chairs For the Man Big, deep luxurious lounge chairs made for "Sjlld Comfort", great values at 17.50 ONE OF THE NEW BEDROOM SUITES A strikingly styled bedroom suite in the newest waterfall effect Carefully matched veneers. Bed chest and vanity. No on <Jl»40.50 play in our window IOSTKH Furniture

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