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PRESBYTERIAN LUVERNE LADIES MET Lu Verne: The Presbyterian Lad* les Association met Wednesday af* ternoon with Mrs. J. L. Lichty with a large attendance. Mrs. DeRae Godfrey was lesson leader and the .program Included an article on the ,.„_, uaio w . illo wuimr Onngdo Indian- Training Schoo hostesses are Mrs. Frank Biegger, t-oori V»*» .TVflno Q H" T3lti111«» «« J « .. _. __ _ _ ._ _. , °° * The members of the Warmbler threshing run entertained the members of the M|ke Stripling run at the Community hall Thursday evening. The treat was won by the winning of a Softball game recently by the Stripling crew. * Mrs. Ervin Barton, Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, Mrs. 1. H. Benedict and Mrs, Wm. Ramus were hostesses to the Cemetery Association at the Community Hall Thursday afternoon. There was a very good attendance and was taken care routine business of. The October read by Mrs. S. F. Phillips and letter written by a junior • hig school boy in the same mission school read by Mrs. Wal'ter Enge A gift was presented to Mrs. God frey who Is leaving this week wltl her son, Robert for LaJunta, Colo, where Mr. Godfrey Is employed ir the construction of a defense plant there. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Engel and she will be assisted by her sister, Marie Hunt Supt. and Mrs. Vernon Strlbley visited Correctionville relatives over Sunday. Glenn Godfrey and sons, Arlo and Duane, Fort Dodge, visited at Mrs. W. F. Godfreys last Wednesday. Miss Clara WeddeU of Hereford, Texas, left yesterday for her home after a ten-day visit with her sister, Mrs. Albert Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. A. D; Zwiefel-and Mr. and Mrs. Archle!S$nfprcl lefi Thursday morning on a ten-clay" va^ cation and fishing trip to points in Minnesota. A general intelligence test was given to all the pupils in the Lu- Verne high school last Thursday morning. Some very satisfactory results were noted. Mr. and Mrs. George Rhiner ol Goldfield were recent guests at the Henry 'Kublys. Mrs. Lena Blntti, who had been visiting here, -returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist returned last week Monday from a ten day visit with their son, Orbin Hagist of Chicago and daughter, Mrs. Ray Croker, East Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. Edw. Greenway who have been visiting Mrs. Greenway's parents, Mr. and Mrs. here, and her Wm, Mrs. Ellis Nell O'Connell at Humboldt, left Wednesday evening for their home in Mrs. Kate Barton, Mrs. A. D. Burtis and Mrs. Irvin Chapman. The Methodist W. S. C. S. is to meet at the hall Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 16, with Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. W. S. Hunt, Mrs Vernon Stribley and Mrs. H. H Larrimer, hostesses. Mrs. Ralph Davidson will conduct the worship service. Mrs. Edw. Dehnert will lead the lesson on the subject, "The Youth of Our Church" and Mrs. Andy Nielson will direct the social hour. The Tuesday club held the first meeting of the year last weelf with Mrs. G. M. Will. Sixteen members and one guest, Mrs. Ciarke, were present. An interesting experience was given for roll call and Mrs. ?red Merkle read a paper on "The 3irth of Democracy." Two former members were reinstated, Mrs. Herbert Smith and Mrs. U. S. Grant i and two new members were received, Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. Albert Genrich. Mrs. John Voss, Jr., is president this year and the course of study is of a patriotic nature. SENECA PARENT TEACHERS HOLD FIRST YEAR MEET Seneca: The Seneca ParehW and Teachers, held their first meeting of bhe year Thursday evening at the school as a reception for the teachers. The Seneca band gave a half hour concert under the direction of Gerald NIemeyer after whloh Mrs. Henry Looft welcomed tho teachers. Supt. A. L. Kingery responded and In turn Introduced the rest of the teaching staff and Mrs. Kingery. Piano selections were played by Mrs. Clarence Osborn, after which the business meeting was he'd. It was voted to continue the hot lunch program if plans can be successfully carried out. A library committee was appointed as follows: Mrs. Henry 'Looft, Mrs. Mll- len Jensen and Mrs. Chas. Osborn. The topic committee consists of Supt. and Mrs. A. L. Kingery and Mr. and Mrs.James Nyman; entertainment, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Miss Wrolstlad; luhch committee, Mr. and Mrs. Works, Miss Bershman, Mr. BeMas and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. The next meeting will be held on Oct. 8. Eastern Sf*r to The members of the ftastern Star I Tuesday" evenlng""aT~th6~"home of will meet In a special meeting at.Mrs. George Free with Dorothy Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hefti attendee! the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo liast week Tuesday. The Henry Kublys attended Saturday. Mrs. Kubly received a number of prizes on her sewing and fancy work. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Wilson and ba'by have moved from Corwith and are now living in- the Heggen apmrtment. Mrs. Wilson iis the former Lois Frantz. Mr Wilson works for John Tiss at the Hanna Switch elevator. Theatre Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 23-24 WOMEN ONLV 2-7P.M. MEN Onltfaf 9RM. , LET THEIVT $EE WHAT CAN, HAPPEN TO THEMj ~9n Person" Voword Riwell OMT IRVINGTON FARM BUREAU TO MEET AT JAS. BLACKS 'Irvington: the first fall meeting of the Irvington township Farm Bureau will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Black Thursday evening, Sept. 24. This will be * business meeting with the election of officers 'for the coming year scheduled as a part of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney are on :he resolutions committee to present resolutions at this meeting so they might be adopted at this time and then- referred to the state Farm Bureau meetng, which meets later in the year. The reason for this being that the farm program might be brought before the public more forcefully. The ladies are requested to bring sandwiches and pickles. IRVINGtWlEN MOVE PHONE LINE ON PRAIRIE ROAD Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards spent Sunday visiting relatives at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons were last Sunday afternoon the Masonic Temple tonight (Tuesday). This "Friendship Night" has been requested by the Worthy Grand Matron of Iowa. After presentation of the distinguished guests the following officers will exemplify the Initiatory work, W. M., Gladys Wllkie of Kanawha, W. P., D. Lusk also of Kanawha, A. M., Beulah Turner of Renwick, A. P., J. P. Trunkhlll of Burt, treasurer, Loe.lPilper of Emmetsburg. ohap- :ain, Lillian Wadleigh of Algona, marshal!, Coroly Thatcher of West Bend, organist, Mildred Frank of Humboldl, conductress, Gladys Bailey of Humboldt, assistant conductress, Leta Vaughn of Emmetsburg, Adah, Helen Miller of Corwith, Ruth, Lora Raney of Algona, Esther, Alivida Ashman of Britt, Martha, Grace Lloyd of Brltt, Electa, Myrtle Ford of Brltt Warder, Addle Hamm of Corwlth, and sentinel, Hugh Raney of Algona. A vocal solo by Edna Engqulst of Humboldt and a violin solo by Agnes Vohs of West Bend will complete the program. at the John Johannsen callers home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley, Donna Jean and Robert, drove to Mason City last Saturday where they consulted an eye specialist. Mrs. Cecil' Anderson and Mrs. Jens Peterson attended St. John's Guiding circle at the home of M/s. L. S. Nelson last Thursday afternoon. Little Marcla Hartshorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Har*-shorn, was ill' last week with the flu. She is recovering nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Kracht were host and hostess at a thresher party last Thursday evening. Ice cream, cake, and cookies were enjoyed by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelsen, Francis and grandson, Merle Dean Halverson 1 , attended a family gathering at the Elmer Harvey home near Fort Dodge last Sunday. Mrs. Emma Peterson was honored at a surprise birthday party recently at Ray and Caleb Hartshorn home. Guests each presented Mrs. Peterson with a handkerchief. Mrs. Art Paulson and Ruby were hostesses to the Modern Mixer club at their home last.Wednesday. The United Service Women to Meet— The United Service Women of America wi 1 meet Monday evening Sepemlber 21, at eight o'clock .at the Legion hall. Mothers, wives sisters, and daughters of men and women in the military service are welcome to attend the meeting. Wool quilts for use of service men at sea and those located In cold climates are wanted soon, They should be 72 Inches by 81 inches, made of six inch woolen squares, the flMer a cotton blanket, and the back of dark outing flannel, tied with colored string. Donations of money and materials may be left at the Legion workroom any Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Those wishing to donate scrap metal, rubber, and kitchen fats may call Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Arrangements will be made for collection. The cooperation of the A''gona community is much appreciated. Wormersen-Brlggs Wedding- Henrietta Wermersen, daughter of Dick Wermersen of Sexton, became the bride of Bernard Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs of Algona on Saturday afternoon, September 5. The ceremony was performed at St. Cecelia's rectory in Algona with the Rev. Father Mallinger officiating Lane as hostess. Mrs. Bob Williams, representing the program committee, outlined the season's work which will consist of six projects, Social, Charity, Public Relations, Dramatics, Civics and'an elective subject. This is the most extern sive program ever undeftaken by the local chapter and it will sum up the lesson programs of"-the past four years. Following the program a handkerchief shower was given to Elbise Hoagland who will leave soon for a position In Washington, , O. fbttn Bureau (The Plum Creek Farm Bureau will meet Thursday evening and election of officers will 'be held at thl. time. The program Is sponsored by the president of the school board. Music will ibe furnished by Mrs Gus Torine. The township rural teachers will be guests of the meeting. A play will be given by the rural youth group followed by a spelling contest with Ila Huff In charge. The committee in charge consists of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith> Mr. and Mrs. Char'es . modernised life membefs of ttifc «ob»y „ of her pUfenH '.«»•• Mother* and Daughter* Meet- Whe cresco Mothers arid Daughters club met at the home of Mrs. ffiffle Runchey Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.,Mary Smith assist* ing. Roll call was answered with paiyment of dues. New officers as* sumed their duties for the first "ft?' Twenty members and two visitors were present. The club has been sponsoring parties for ybung people at the Cresdo commun. Ity house and voted to continue the .parties this ye.ar. Circles to Mecfcl' Oilbride, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and the Leo J. Miller family. Mrs. Knoll Is Mrs. Minnie KnoM was 84 years old Sunday and in honor of the occasion a picnic was held at the in a single ring ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Michael Elbert attended the couple Twelve guests were entertained at a seven o'clock dinner prizes were won by Mrs. Art Paul- at Se zers and a bridal son. Mrs. Roh Rnrf nnH TWV= p., li? '? f Irvington: Hugh Raney and Fred Qeigel moved a half mile of tele-1 phone line No. 15 and 27 last wee on the north half of the prair. road running north between the Be Terhune and Lewis farms. Thes lines were moved back several fei to permit grading of the north ha of this road. The McGuire con struction crew moved in on Tuesda and put in a new high grade on th north half mile. There has been some agitation to have this roa' straightened and thus eliminate th two short bends in the road. HforFach -See Truth f A. WARNINRI StVERAL FAINT nMnninu: AT ffc«v -SHOW Morrall Promoted Word received from Kemper Military School, Booneville, Missouri announces the promotion of Bernard Morrall, son of Mr. and Mrs C. L. Morrall, city to the position of corporal of Company B, for the current school' year. Tuesday, September 15 'Bed Skelton in "MAIZIE GETS HER MAN" Co-Feature Johnny Weismuller and Maureen O'Sullivan in • • "TAIWAN'S NEW YORK ADVENTURE" WeiL-Tlmrs., Sept lfi-17 Wednesday Bargain Mat. 10-25c Use Calendar Coupons Fri.-Sat Sopt, 18-19 2 Extra Attractions 2 and when she goes wild, .it's TERRIFIC! PATRIC KNOWLES IAIPH IEL1AMY EUGENE rAUElTE Queenie ftoctacvd UMJ Directed by i who ask nothing 1 excepting/ Jean Ida CABIN LUPINO New March of Time "F. B. L AGENTS AT WOR£" „ . „ Extra fun for Family Saturday Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Sept 20-21-22 Abbott ana Costello in "PARDON MY SARONG" son, Mrs. Bob Burt and Mrs. Ra Peterson. iMr. and Mrs. Neal Osborn of La I Porte City spent last week end visit ing at the Charies,'-Ray and Les ter Osborn homes. On Sunday the enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Ra; Osborn home. .. ' Joyce McKean and Noradel Dot son enrolled in a general busines course at a business college in Mason City last week. Mr. an Mrs. Clem Dotson and Mr. an. Mrs. Chas. McKean took them tc Mason City Monday. Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Wilberg, spent several days the early .part of l-ast week at Decorah, where he enrolled in Luther College. He took -his first year of college training at Waldorf CoMege, Forest City, last year. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and sons, Maurice Wcisbrod and Mrs. Anna Osborn of Fenton were ast Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Kelly home near Swea City. They also attended morning church services with the Kel'ys. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stockman of Marshall, Minn., Mrs. Rachel Stock- nan, Clear Lake, Iowa, and Mrs. Bud Lang, St. Paul, were Sunday dinner guests at the Jens Peterson lome. Frank Sayre, who has been 'isiting at the Stockman home, re- urned here with them. Mr. und Mrs. Kenneth Halverson .re the parents of a 7 J 4 pound baby aaughter born last Sunday. The •oung lady will toe named Barbara 'ean. They have one other child, . son, Merle Dean.. The Halver- ons, who are former Seneca resi-J 'ents, now live in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen of near Burt and the ladies parents, the S. L. Dentons, wh< have been visiting here severa weeks, to Webster City last Sun day where they visited friends. The Dentons formerly lived at Webste City. W8S at the Surf ballroom in Clear Lake the same evening. Attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Michael Elbert, Wendell Jergenson Hary Felter, Geo. Stewart, Harold Colwell, Ray Mentz and Annabelle Behlmer. For the past few years the bride has been employed at the Woodward store and bridegroom is a trucker. Circles to Meet— The W. S. C. S. circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday at two o'clock with the following hostesses: Mrs. F. E. Kent's circle with Mrs. A. D. Lehman; Mrs. 3. H. Clement's circle with Mrs. Wallace McArthur; Mrs W.illard Gregson's circle with Mrs. Neal Imith; Mrs. R. W. Anderson's circle vith Mrs. H. M. Burns; Mrs. E. J. -lermanson's circle with Mrs. Al- Mn Spongberg; Mrs. F E. Sawyets' ircle with Mrs. G.'en Roland; Mrs. Jlint Lighter's circle with Mrs. Max filler; Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen's cir- Ie with Mrs J. F. Overmyer; Mrd. W. C. Irelan's circle with Mrs. Mads Christiansen; and Mrs. T. C. Huthison's circle with Mrs. Phillip irndorfer. orority Starts Season- Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Signa Phi held its 'first regular meet- Call Park. Those present were- Mrs. Ida Reid, Mr. and Mrs. W.- A. Knoll, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dono- can, Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll, Mrs. Bert Galbralth and . four children, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid and son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baker and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan and two children, Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, Jr., and W J Galbraith. , ' ' Plum Greek Youths Meet— The Plum Creek Rural Youth held their regular monthly meeting at the Community School room September 9th. The meeting was held instead of .the pot lunch supper that was to be given for the parents. After the business meeting games were played, one bein°- the abbreviation of states, the boys versus the girls, with the girls winning by one point. Sandwiches and coffee were served. The committee in charge consisted of Mike Stoffel, Edna Miller, John Scuff- ham, and Neva Albright. Pn*ty for Merle Pratt— Merle Pratt was honored with a farewell picnic at the Dennis Pratt home Thursday evening. The honoree was presented with gifts from the group. Present were the Messrs, and Mesdamesi Dennis Pratt, W. A. Hardy, R. A. N €a "y! Herman Moore, Kenneth Knudsen, the Harlan Sigsbee, Mrs. Howard Ran- f'Mrs. R B. Waller. Milton Dahl, Arthur Wiese, Ernest Anfinson, Mrs. Marguerite Vinson, Martha Lou Pehsek and Lloyd Pratt. Merle left Friday for Des Moines where he enlisted in the navy. Dinner for Victor Thaves— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. James Ser- hage Mrs. Francis Younker and daughter, Ruby Jeanne of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thavea and daughter, Marilyn of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thaves of Spencer, Louis Thaves and Mrs F. W. Thaves and son, Victor wer guests at the Henry Guderian horn Sunday at a covered dish dinne n honor of Victor, who is leavin :oday (Tuesday) for the army. Woman's Club Meets— The Algonn Woman's club openec he year with a luncheon at the Ho el Algona Friday noon. Miss Bar >ara Haggard played a piano solo and Mrs. Curtis Aman of Mason Henry and Mildred Wilberg were host and hostess Sunday evening ti members of their immediate fam ily at a dinner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Manno Pietersen anc sions, Haifa; Mr,, and Mrs. Join Anclreason and family, Mrs. Chal- nier Bonnicksen and Harry Bonnicksen, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs Reuben Larson and family, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lanfee and family, Lotts Creek, and the Otto Wilbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ahlbrandt (Pearl Nelson) of Denver, Colo, were Friday evening callers at the Albin Nelson home. They arrivec Thursday at the Joe Neuman (Opal Nelson) home near Bancroft and will visit for an indefinite period with relatives and friends here. Other guests at the Nelson home the same evening were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neuman and family of near Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs Herman Geilenfeldt and children of Lotts Creek. Seneca Band Mothers Vote to Buy Five Of Red Cross Kits Seneca: The Seneca Band Mothers met at the Seneca school Tuesday afternoon with Mesdames C. O. Bailey and Ralph Campbell as the hostesses. The Band Mothers voted to purchase five Red Cross kits to be given to our boys entering the armed forces. It was also voted to organize a First Aid course and anyone in the community who is nterested in training of this nature is urged to get in touoh with any of the Band Mothers. When !0 women have signed for the course :he Red Cross will send an instructor here who will take charge. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabia and two daughters spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Sa&in's sister, the John OTTOSEN FLOWER SHOW FRIDAY NITE PROVED SUCCESS Ottosen: The annual Flower and Garden show was held Friday night at the Ottosen school house. Mrs. Roy Telford won sweepstakes prize on a basket of giant yellow mari- ,go'ds. Rev, McDowoJl of West Berrd won first on dahlias in the men's arrangements and the latter were donated to Mrs. Wil Wehrspann who is ill. In the grain section, Will Wehrspann won firs on DeKalb corn, F. A. Cooper won first on Pioneer corn, Peter Enock son, first on flax, Thorsen Bros won first on oats. Levi Kohler o West Bend judged the grain. The judge for the flowers and vege- tabes was Helene C.'urk of Humboldt. There was a very interesting collection of flowers, garden vegetables and grain displayed. Cliff Lander attended a Turner Hybrid seed corn meeting at Hots Warden in Fort Dodge Tuesday night. Lois Jacobson and Maureen Hoiden left FriSay for Denver, Colo. where they will spend' a vacation of some length and also visit the Irwin Jacobson family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf anci sons and Mrs. Donald Wehring of Des Moines left Thursday for Rantoul, IM., where they will visit their son and brother, Harold at Chanute Field where he is stationed. The Ottosen Progressive club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Henry Lovig. Mrs. Jesse Von Buskirlf, president, was in charge. Scripture was read by the hostess. The lesson was given by 'Mrs. Mae Clark. Guests included Mrs. Ray Jacobson, 'Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Ed Zinnel- and Mrs. Eugene Hofius Lunch was served by the. hostess. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at the church parlors Wednesday, Sept. 9 with Mrs. Rena Enockson and Mrs. Loren 'Daniels as hostesses. Mrs. Percy Watnem presided. A solo, Teach Me to Pray", was sung DOAN NEWS serve a by Mrs. C. B. Lander. made for . tha annual bazaa* i supper for Sept. 16. The meeting was closed by singing the "Qrace 3ong" and repeatelng the Prayer. : .•'. • >. .-. .- •' Mr .and Mrs. Chas. Uhlenhakc visited at the Ray Schleusner home in Garner Thursday evening. Joe Krieps of Sexton shelled corn at the Leander Seefeld, Fred Girres' and A. J. Martineks on Thursday and Friday. The Ladies' Aid will chicken supper at the Doan church Tuesday evening, Sept. 22. The public is cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs.. George Seaberg and family spent Sunday at the Carl Pearson home near Wesley, where they were dinner guests Mrs. Wm. J. Martlnek accompanied a group of Rebekahs to Britt Thursday evening where they attended initiation of new members Roger L. Larson, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, recently enlisted in the navy and is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval school Jerome Hawkins will return home Sunday from Helena, Montana, where he visited a cousin the past three weeks. He visited Glacier Natonal Park and other places of Interests while gone. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary Saturday evening and had as supper guests, the latterfs sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow and baby. The 'following schools opened on Aug. 3' with the following teachers: Dist. No. 4 Wesley, Fredericka Girres; Doan school, Helen Paetz; Dist. No. 9 Buffalo, Ethel Flom; Mertz school, Alice Thorson of Ottosen, this being 'her third year in the same school. Mrs. Violet Buffington was hostess to the Doan Aid on Thursday afternoon and the following officers were elected for the coming year: Ruth Hansen, president; Elna Buffington, vice president; Mary Young, secretary and treasurer; Maude Brink, assistant secretary and treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa spent last week end in Waterloo and also visited with the former's brother, Fred Asa,,who was at home one day .with bis family, who are living in Waterloo. He hats been stationed, at Fort Knox, Kentucky, where he was in the tank division, but at present time is going V» radio, school. He was formerly employed at the farm of 'bis brother, NO HEAT At last! The miracle permanent, bringing you thrilling new hair beauty with no heat, no machines. * BETTER HAIR CONDITION! 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Aim praising our National Service plan, available in .principal cities In the U.S. A, Try the genuine Western Electric Audi-phone Hearing Aids at our office, or if y«u prefer, to youi own borne- Obtawahte in Pea Mplnes, oirfy at Ajasxemm^ «v be a regular (meeting the Congregational church circles Thursday afternoon. Mrs Bourne's circle will meet with Miss Leola Zelgler at two p. m.; Mrs. Larson's circle will meet with Mrs. Jessie 'Dalzlel at 2:30; MrS. Gunn's circle will meet with Mrs. Herman Hauberg at a 1:30 dessert luncheon; and Mrs. Smith's circle with Mrs. L. C. Hansen at 2:30. Post Nuptial Shower— A post nuptial shower was held recently for Mrs. Merlyn J. Webb, the formdr Helen Johnson, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson. Mrs. Wm. Rath, Mrs. Orlan Rutledge and Mrs. Johnson were hostesses.. FortyeJght friends gathered for a picnic dinner and social afternoon. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Bridge Luncheon'at C. C.— The last bridge-luncheon of the seasbn will be held at the'Country Club Wednesday afternoon" at one p clock. The committee in charge is Mrs. Mel Falkenhalner chair*man, Mrs. Fred Kent, co-chairman, Mrs. Jim Pool, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mrs. T. H, Holmes. Idle Hour Club Meets- Mrs. George Free entertained the members of the Idle Hour brid"e club Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs. A. L. Peterson was a guest of the 'dub. Mrs. F. E. Sawyer received the war stamp travel prize. . Lieut. Bishop Honored— ,iLieut. Jim Bishop was guest of honor at a dinner at the Country Club Monday evening. Following the dinner, the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mui 1 - tagh where the evening was spent socially. Mrs. Larson's Circle- Mrs. T. L. Larson's circle of the Congregational Ladled Society will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mjrs, Jessie Dalziel with Josephine Southgate assisting. Mrs Paul Wille will be in charge of the lesson. i Missionary Group Meets— Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained the members of the Missionary society of the First Lutheran church at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. C. Hovey was the assisting host- . A good Attendance Is deslr-- Universally Flattering! Big Berets! <•:>• Tiny Berets! , Back with us again—the Wonderful wearable berets, we all ' love. Big beautiful berets that can be worn halo or downswept, style—ibasque or pompadour berets; In,' felt—come for your beret today. $3.00 up.... • ' The ELITE Shop You can choose just the styles you'll want for Fall from our collection of Calfskin Classics.. .they're ready NOW so don't delay. There's plenty of different styles., .and all the new fall colors to select from. CHRISTENSEN'S SHOE DEPT. CHATTER BOX \ There are so many new and unusual items arriving in our store every day that we want to tell you about some of theim. Come in often and see the things as they arrive. You are wel- bill folds with more than the usual number of places for photographs, and they are only fl.60. . J. L. R. Our newest items in the pottery department are grand assortment of Stangl vases of all sizes and shapes, outstandi Ing pieces you will love to own or gtve as gifts. J. L. R. !fe,;.With; this shipment came pur^ beautiful Stangl pottery ' birds, patterned after oue" aong Wrd* warblers, indlgp buntings, nu.tjliatfihe.s, ^ Ybw have to see $bys% ^(Tjlppre-: elate their beauty. . -J,:.I* B; . . 'I Our baby department has! really gone to towin, Toy will always find a suitable gjf|- fcjr thiat new baby ypu wanjf to remember an4 you wit} fln4 ajlmost <?Y<*ytWng fop, yqur own Babies' needs. /•• • , J, t* I*. tn the baby departmen we atao h%ve a wonderful collec- tion'of the Playskool toyf, toys that will enable the child* , ren to learn as they iFor the men jn the service we have gifts they will rt#h ly appreciate. One Is a ''sew? ing kit similar to the one pictured which contains all things he will need to do his own mending. They are of khaki/color and, sell for fjje, One of (.he neatest ones we have seen.; ': , Then there are writing, fol? ios at $1, a cipthes i«Hsh with top that holds comb and flla for only 75d, J. L. R, Another ideal gift that will make a hit is our leather travel kit, with zipper top, into which he caw put all his toilet articles. J. I* R, Then we have some too}. J.L. Richardson Hdwe,

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