The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1938 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 22,1938 UNION WOMEN'S SOCIETIES MEET Busy Bees, Mothers and Daughters Clubs Entertained During Week Union: The ladles of the Bitty Bee club entertained their husbands and families at the Robert Leason 5S5?* 'ft Thursday evening, Nov. 1 i?V?; the!ir annual banquet A delightful time was reported. Games were the diversion of the evening. The committee In charge was Ida Winkle, Jr., Louise Romstad, and Eunice Relbhoff. The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained by Mrs. Mame Steinman and Mrs. Eva Olsch at the Steinman home last Thursday afternoon, Nov. 17th. Thirty- five ladles attended. A report of an executive meeting of the federation which was held at the Algona hotel last Saturday was given by Mary Sarchet, president of the club. Ida winkle, assistant secretary, also attended. The club banquet was announced to be held a day earlier than scheduled which will be Nov. 30th. The committees In charge are: program —Mabel Tjaden, Anna Marlow^ menu—Ethel Smith, Ida Wtnkle, Jr.; decorations—Mae Etherington, Cora Bacon. Those wishing tickets for the banquet may call either Mrs. Jake Smith,or Mrs. Claire Winkle. Quests at the meeting Included Neva Thompson, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, Margaret Schloeman, Mary CSisch, all of Lone Rock; Mrs. Muri Potter, Humboldt; Mrs. Harvey Reid, Union; Mrs. Ben Reid, and daughter, Dorothy, Union; Mrs. Cecil McGlnnls and Mrs. Sylvia Lan- nlng, Algona, and Mrs. Earl Steinman. A tray lunch was served with Thanksgiving favors. Robert Bode was absent from school the past week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, St. Paul, are expected guests at the Geo. Kohl, Sr., home for Thanksgiving. Joan Bode resumed her school duties at St Cecelia's Academy Monday, Nov. 14th after an absence of two months enforced vacation due to illness. , Mrs. Chester Bailey was a guest at the Floyd Gardner home in Plum Creek last Wednesday afternoon and enjoyed the Plum Creek Social and Literary club meeting held at the Gardner home that afternoon. Mrs. C. W. Schryver of Burt, aunt of Mrs. Olaf Romstad, spent the week end at the Romstad home, leaving on Monday for Denver, Colo., where she will visit and spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Baum. Mrs. Prank Eisenbarth and Mrs. Albert Gould entertained a group of young folks and relatives at the Eisenbarth home in honor of Irene Elsenbarth'g 17th birthday Friday, Nov. llth... Games were played and refreshments were served late in the evening. The party was a surprise on the honoree. WESLEY STUDENTS TO BE VACCINATED . Wedey: Vaccination, of, tcboot children for unall pox and diphtheria, a P. T. A. project, will take place Tuesday and Wednesday at both the public and parochial achools. Dr. F. L. Adams and Dr. R. K. Richardson are to do the vaccination. The P. T. A. is paying half of the expense of the vaccinating. s Alfred Erdman and Ed Hildman went to Des Moines Friday on business. The Jacob Kraus family of Manly visited the Chan. Kraus family Friday of last week. Charles Hildman and Enar Franzen attended a district meeting of the Farmer* Hybrid Seed Corn Co. at Burt last week. The Catholic Missionary society met In their rooms Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. A. Studer and Mrs. Tillie Loeblg serving. Mrs. Slgfred LJnd of Balaton, Minn., visited a week at the home of her cousin, Hannah Nelson, and other relatives' here. Mrs. Thos. A. MsMahon and her daughter. Patricia Ann, spent Tuesday visiting her aunt and uncle, the James Cooneys at Whtttemore. Mrs. L. L. Lease entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon at two tables. Mrs. J. L. Meurer will have charge of the next party. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger and Alice accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Carman of Stllson to Fort Dodge Tuesday qn a shopping trip. The young /peopleo'e Sunday School class of the Methodist church held their monthly party at the Ihno Gerdeii home Tuesday uve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, Lucille and Mm. J. L. Studer spent Wednesday afternoon in Algona. They visited Mrs. George Vltzthum and be by in the General hospital. The members of the Study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alfred Erdman. The lesson, "Current Education" was conducted by Mrs. Milton Giddings and Mrs. August Studer. John Hutchison is having the old porch torn from his house in the south part of town and will have an enclosed porch built on the west side and an enclosed entrance will be built on the south side. The Woden ^Epworth League visited the Wesley League Sunday evening, Nov. 13th. Following the devotional meeting a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments served. Forty-two young people were present. The fifth and sixth grade teacher and pupils of SL Joseph school are the happy recipients of a large and brightly colored sphere representing the earth. The globe Is. the gift of the local chapter of Catholic of the local chapter of the Catholic Daughters of America. John Hutchison, Emil Wester, H. J. Braley, Rev. Bottom, Halvor Florn, Jr., and L. L. Lease attended tho Past Grand Masters night at Corwith Tuesday night. Two former Wesley men, Fred Anderson and Bert Norton of Algona, were there ulso. The members and friends of the Methodist church gave a pound social Monday eveninjj'at the church for the Rev. Arthur Bottom family. A musical program as given and William Dau of Algona showed moving pictures of the Black Hilla and Yellwostone National Park. Lunch was served at the close of the eve nlng. I(I!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIH »«•»«••««•«»••••*»•»«»»»»»»•»••«••»••»»»««»«•«» Wash Dress Special Spun Rayon Cotton Print Rayon Challie Taffeta Nearly 200 of these wash dresses •—•dresses for House, for work, for school. So many new and different styles. AH new fall dresses. Sizes for 11 to 17 and 16 to 62* $1.69 Entire stock of $1.98 dresses SILK HOSE Sale of Fine Hose This first quality full- fashioned hose usually sells for 69c. For Friday and Saturday only, pair 49c Wool Sweaters Barrel sweaters, short sleeve sweaters, and long sleeves, all wool. Sizes 34 to 40 Coat Sale Untrimmed Winter coats in fleece and mixtures. Values to $14.95. $8.95 Sizes 12 to 42 200 pair School Oxfords "Paris Fashion'* "Great Scott" Leather soles, Goodyear welt, of calf, suede, and elk; brown, black and russta and wine. Fine for school year and farm wear. Sizes AAA to C, 4 to 9. $2.49 Values to $3.50 MAKING ROOM FOR THE HOLIDAY GOODS Entire Stock of NEW DRESSES on Sale The smartest dress styles of the season are here. Garments picked by our New York baying staff. The (Treatest values In dress history, and now yon can buy these at reduced prices. "Every dress on sale." Crepe and Wool Dresses Dresses for every figure, short or tall, slim or broad. Princess styles, Jacket styles, Durndal styles. Many novelty silk weaves, in black wine, teal, and rust. Sizes 11 to 46. Values to $6.95 urnuai styles. Many $3.89 New Dresses "KAY DUNHILL" "FINE DRESSES'* "LOM3V LEEDS" "KITTY FISHER" These are really wonderful dress values and styles. [Here you find wools, jerseys, alpacca crepes. Rib roll silks, and many others. Lots of colors and sizes. Values to $9.95 uyucca crepes, mo $5.89 PRESSES FOR THE MISSES There is a great assortment of missy type dresses; also some for women, mostly silks, with some wools, jerseys, and taffetas. All the new colors and styles are here. Sizes 9 to 12 and 12 to 46 IIVB, wiui Burnt; wuui3, $2.69 SMART HIGH STYLE DRESSES Dresses from our $10.95 and $12.95 lines of dresses. Lots of large youthful styles, as well as missy types. Many original creations in this group. All new colorings and styles, the monastic silhouette, jacket styles, princess types • PRICES ALWAYS LOWER AT KRESENSKY'S WARM NEW SWEATERS Soft fleecy sweaters'of zephyr wool, angora £4 and hand knit, long or short sleeves 9 I • TWIN SWEATERS REDUCED Many variations of the trim sweater idea are included In this group. Sizes are 32 to 40. Values to $3.50, on sale at The Season's Smartest Hats on Sale $2.89 _ __ So many cute ~hat~styles for both the lady and junior types All hats sold to $1.98, <M *<* * m now on sale at HAT VALUES TO $3.95 Original band blocked creations in this group. Also fur felts ............ $1.98 and velours, fine felts and new fabrics and new colors New York Styles at Main Street Prices • Kresensky's 300 pair of New Fall Shoes "Paris Fashion", America's greatest shoe value, go on sale at this low price. Suedes and leathers, in black, wine, and copper. Sizes AAA to B and 4«/3 to 9. Values to $4.00 included :rs, in biacK, wine, $2.49 200 pair Suede and Kid Shoes Style with comfort is the wo d for this group. Nice black and brown kid ties. Suede pumps and step-ins. Gaber- dines, oxfords, and pumps. Plenty of sizes and colors uu Btep-ius. uauci- $3.85 Save Up to 30% on All Your Fall Purchases I Whatever yon need in women's clothes or children's clothes you will find a large selection here. Our New York buying staff see to It that we Thave the newest and best styles and best values to be found anywhere, and at the lowest prices. Unseasonable weather this fall has made it necessary to sacrifice on thousands of dollars of n.ew fall clothes. Here you will find the grandest values the apparel market has ever offered. —A. E. Kresensky. I LUCKY-YOU-HOSE SALE Our regular $1.00 Rollins chiffon hose, correct costume colors, clear texture, flattering fit, and the Rollins Run-stop to prevent garter runs. You simply can't afford to pass up buying several pairs at this attractive price 3 pairs $2.40 Ladies' and Children's Fine Cotton Hose 19c Children's long ribbed stockings and ladles' fine lisle hose. A regular 26c value in all sizes, on sale at 19C The .Smartest and Xewcst Styles at CARTWRIGHT DRESS Only original creations are offered in this fine group of dresses, in silks and pastel wools, for junior misses — black, blue, wine, beige, brown, and rust. Sizes 11 to 19 Of- RHYTHM STEP SHOES 100 pair of these comfortable high style shoes. fered in our pre-hollday sale, regular $7.50 values, at _________ EXTRA SPECIAL Rollins Silk Panties, Regular 59c Also bloomers and step-ins. These A Off* fine fitting, long wearing garments ________ •?%! G Satin Slips, Dancettes, Gowns Washable long wearing, fine fitting 4} Of* rayon satin garments _____________________ 90 C Pleated and Velvet Shirts These fine pleated wool skirts, also tf O velvet, sizes 24 to 30, only ___________ 9£ FOUNDATION GARMENTS Miss America and Perfit Fine quality two-way stretch garments, comfortable, at _________________ Wrap Around Hook Girdle A popular garment is this high £4 grade web elastic _____________________ $ | j Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs Lay in a supply of these beautiful A £4 ftfh handkerchiefs for Christmas gifts. 4 for *P I >UU Wool Unlined Jackets Wear these with skirts and blouses to make a smart fall outfit Hand Bags, Regular $1.00 The finest bags you ever saw for $1.00, now on sale at Children's Strong Oxfords 25 pairs of these sturdy oxfords, in brown elk, at only Cotton Wash Dresses Regular $1 cotton dresses in ladies' and children's sizes, fast colors Fabric Gloves, Fall A group of black and brown gloves, specially priced QQft OOC 69c Coat Prices Take a Big Cut Fitted coats, boxy coats, fur fabric coats. The season's most popular coat successes. Some with fur trims in tweeds, boucles, and monotones. Values to $14 Fur Trimmed COATS Beautiful fur-trimmed coats In camera hair, gilvertone, bouelex, kurl*, trlth gargeona tar trims on collar*, and many with the tur Nlee-vo treatment. Slze» 12 to 44. All warm interlined. Mack, rust, nine, teal. $22 ji^r Beautiful Fine Trimmed Coats Our better coats noted for superb tailoring, individually selected, flattering collars, of Persian, COC flfl «„„,.., ..MVLV * »**{3 4~\SBIC4k a t I*'* IKZlBl caracul, and fox. Values to $49.50. Complete Children'* Uept. • 2nd Floor krexenHky's as Children's Dep'tment You Always Buy for Less In Our 2nd Floor Children's Department Sweaters Children's fine wool sweaters,^4 Blip-over styles, sizes 32 to 36«P I • Coat and Tarn Sets Our reg. $4.!>5 sets, warm good looking, sizes 3 to 6 Girls' Coats Children's warm winter siz. 0 to 12, values to $8 All Wool 3-Piece Snow sHit All wool warm 3-pc. snow suits sizes 4 to 12. Regular $6.50.__. V. $5.95 1 Sonja Heine Knitted Caps Knitted caps for girls are the rage this year. One group at Children's Knitted Tarns Warm woolly knitted tains for the children, at only Shirley Temple Dresses Holiday group of Shirley Temple dresses are '•-_'re. New prints £4 QQ id styles •PlawO Fast Color Print Dresses Children's fast color print CO<» 'dresses. Many were regular $1.00 __ O9C SALE OF ODD PAIRS LADIES' SHOES Always some odd pairs accumulate. You might find just £« what you want at only—<p I • kftesenskY's >»»++«»+••••««««•«••»••«•«»••»•«»«« 35 SALE STARTS THURSDAY, NOV. 17th ENDS. NOV. 26th lllll!illllll!lllillll!IIH!l!lllllllm!IIIUII)llllillll!l!l!l!l!ll!H

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