FINAL RITES FOR ANTHONY JANDL HELD AT ALGONA Titonka: Anthony Jnndl, Jr., pass-J ed away Thursday morning, Oct. SO, at an Algopa hospital following an accident. Anthony was born December 17, 1913, at Bode, Iowa. He was married September 22, 1940 to Rosella Sohraeder of Titonka. He leaves his wife, Rosella and Infant baby, Deliah Rose, three weeks old, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jandl, Sr., four sisters, Mrs. Edith Trunkhlll of Burt, Mrs. Elda Dlers of Bancroft, Mrs Loren Brock of Crystal Lake and Lav'.na at home and also two brothers, Jean and Robert. Funeral was Saturday at St. Cecelia's church at Algona. Rev. Father Mallinger had charge of the services and burial was in the church cemetery. Bttlblr tb-jtolloW tits winders ~" Prill. John Algona, Speaks Before Lakota Woman's Club Lakotti: The women Of the Acorn club entertained thef-r husbands at a dinner party at 7 o'clock last week Wednesday evening at the city hH>. and about 40 attended. Group singing was enjoyed beween courses of the dinner. John McDowell, principal of the Algona high school, was the speaker and used as a basis for the talk, Comparison of the Men, George Washington and Abraham 'Lincoln. The remainder of the evening was spent playing games of various kinds. Out of town guests were Mr. McDowell and little son, and W. Bert Ley of California. Wa-Tan-Ye Meets— The Wa-Tan-Ye club will hold a 6:10 dinner this evening (Tuesday) at Hotel Algona. A business meeting will follow. Wednesday and Thursday, November 4-5 thdr ; s Most Tempting Mystery! DASHJEtL ^ HAMMETT'S ttarrlng THE GLASS DONLEVY VERONICA LAKE ALAN LADD Added, "Letter from Bataan" Friday and Saturday, November 6-7 Big Three Way Double Feature m GUWOUR Of ...living to tune ol rivets! Second Feature Buck Jones •WEST OF THE LAW" Sunday-Moiulay-Tucsday, November 8-9-10 ANN SHERIDAN Dennis MORGAN • lack CARSON Added Attraction Allan Jones and Jane Frazee in "MOONLIGHT IN HAVANA" IR VINGTON FARM BUREAU WOMEN MEET AT GEIGELS •Irvingtoir: Fifteen ladles attended the Farm Bureau Woman's meeting last Thursday afternopn at the home of Mrs. Fred Geigel.. Mrs. John Schultz and Mrs. Arthur Krause presented the lesson and will continue project at the next regular meeting which will 'be held Nov. 12, wtth Mrs. 'Frank Capesius Mrs. Ralph Lage assisted Mrs. Geil as hostess. PAUJL, GISH, LOCAL BOY, MAKES GOOD IN HIS STUDIES Paul Gish, young son of Ben G.'-sh, has written home to his father that he Is thoroughly enjoying hi3 work at Epworth, Iowa, also his grades verify that he is doing good work as his scholastic standing so far has averaged 94. The school comprises many acres and the students help with the farming as well as with the dairying and other farm activities. Paul is studying to become a Catholic miss'onary and later on- plans to enter a seminary. Maxine and Joari Warmbler of LuVerne called Sunday at the Stephen Loss, Jr. home. Mrs. Francis McCoy will be the hostess to the Rlverdale Friendly Woman's club on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Patterson and family,, who have been tenants for the Chester Schobys for three years, have moved to Missouri, where Mt 1 . Patterson has found other employment. Mr. and Mrs. WMlis Etherington of Winnebago, Minn., spent Sunday at the parental Sim Leigh home, Mrs. Etherington- is the former Pearl Leigh, 'only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. San Leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann have announced the approaching marriage of their youngest daughter, Esther, to' David Smith. The event will occur in the very near future. David recently enlisted in the armed forces serving his country. Chas. Clark has been visliting with his daughter, Mrs. Roy Fitch, for three weeks. Mrs. Fitch took him to his home at Britt on Saturday. Sunday visitors of the Fitch's were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stilts and family of .Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. L-'nstrum and daughters of DCS Moines are returning this week to their former home at Britt. While in DCS Moines Mr. Linstrum was employed at the Register and Tribune plant, but will now be connected with a Britt weekly. The Lin- strums bved for a time in Algona, Mrs. Linstrum being the former Maxine Samp. Auction at West Bend Saturday Sells $3550 Worth of War Bonds West Bend: A committee solicited business men and recev ! «d 59 donations to be auctioned on the street Saturday evening. Following a few selections played by the West Bend h=.gh school band these donations were sold by Auctioneer Colwell. Bonds in the amount of $3,550 were sold. The drive for scrap Sunday brought in an estimated 40 , tons, most of which was donated. Attended Purdue- Iowa Game Saturday Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fentort, motored to Iowa City last Saturday to attend the Iowa-Purdue football game and also visit Bob Geigel. Bob recently had the third flngor on his left hand mashed in football practice and it was neccesary to take six stitches !-n closing the wound. Bob plays guard position on the first string freshman football squad. >s FUEL IS SHORT Why Waste It? Use 1/3 Less Fuel This Winter Attic insulation alone can save you 1-3 of your fuel cost by keeping the heat "in the house". The fuel (and transportation) you save helps the war effort. The heat you \vaste slows it down. Insulation is to fuel what low speeds are to rubber tires. We insulated our entire attic ourselves ... all in just 4 hours "Our Dealer recommended. ZONOLITE because we could install it ourselves. It simply pours into place—no stuffing, no ramming, no cutting, no fitting—ZONOLITE fills every nook and cranny of ceiling or wall with uniform efficient lifetime insulation. ZONOLITExcan't be fluffed up ... ZONOLITE packs as it pours. Yes, it's easy as pie to install ZONOLITE." Thus writes one customer. $48 Buys Enough ZONOLITE to insnlalte an attic 24 ft. x 30 ft. Convenient terms to meet your own budget. Save $2.25 on every month's heating bill. Get a FREE Estimate From** Botsford Lumber Co. * 0 Phone 206 Jim Pool Alice Sparks Is Wed- All ce Sparks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks of Hobarton, became the torlde 6f Frank Green, son of Mrs. Albert Ogren of Algona, Thursday evening at eight o'clocit at the, Baptist" church. Rev. P. C. Volzke performed, the single ring ceremony in front of the altar which wns 'banked with ferns, palms and chrysanthemums. The bride was given in marriage by her father. VIrs. R. G. Richardson played Lohengrin's Wedding March and Mrs. Ron-aid Jenkins sang "I Love You Truly" and "The Bride's Hynn." The bride wore a floor length white marquisette dress With a fingertip veil and carded the Bible,and pink roses with ribbon streamers. Lois Sparks, the maid of honor, and Louise Huntley of Renwick, the bridesmaid, were attired In pale blue floor length dresses and carried yel- ow carnations. The groom's attendants were Verl Patterson and George Sparks. Follow.'.ng the wedding reception was held at the home of the brides parents for relatives and friends. A blue and white color scheme was oarnel out. The bride Is a 1939 graduate of the Algona high schbol and griul- uated in August from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Mason City. The groom fs also a 1939 graduate of the Algona high school and is in the United States Coast Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Green will make their home in Seattle, Washington, where the groom is stationed. Sorority to Fort Dodge- Beta Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority of Fort Dodge will be hostess this even'.ng (Tuesday) to the members of Alpha Psi chapter of Algona at a formal banquet at the Warden hotel. Following the banquet pledging ceremonies will be held for both chapters. New pledges for the Algona group arc Arlette Skaar, Kay Mills and Mrs. Jean Ulrj.ch. Inititiaton ceremonies will be held for Phyllis Parsons and Janice Barta of the local group and special ceremonies will be performed to initiate Mrs. W. H. Sharp as director of the local group. Attending from Algona are Misses Kay Mills, Helen Moad, Dorothy Lane, Arlettet Skaar, Janice Barta Violet Halbrook, Jean Kinsey, Verabel Ulfers, Phyllis Parsons and Eleanor Fraser, also Mesdames Eugene Hutchins, Kenneth Knudsen, Harlan'S'.gsbee, R. B. Waller, W. H. Sharp, D. P. Smith, J. L. Hilton, Jean Ulrich, Merle Pratt and Donald Miller. Wed in Missouri- Announcement : a being made ot' the secret marriage of Lola Mario Hunsley of Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hunsley of,Corwith to Pvt. D. L. Blanchard of ?ort Leonard Wood, Missouri, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Blanchard of Algona. The wedding took place, in- Jefferson City, Missouri, October 18. The Rev. E. W. Berlekamp performed the ceremony. The bride wore a military suit of soldier blue with accessories of British tan. Her attendant, Mrs. E. W. Berlekamp, wore a suit of navy blue. The groom was attended by Pvt. Joseph Hayes also of Fort Leonard Wood. The new Mrs. Blanchard returned to Des Moines after a short time, where she is employed. Weds Army Officer— Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, and Lieutenant H L. Matton, son of H. Pat- bon of Flora, Illinois, were married Thursday, October 15th, at Houston, Texas. Rev. Father Cum- m'.ngs performed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of MoUnt St. Mary's college and Hamilton Business College, and was employed as private secretary to the Dean of Liberal Arts at the University of Illinois The bridegroom is a graduate from the Univers'-ty of Illinois, and is no wstationed as an instructor at Camp Hulen.'Texas. They have established their residence at Bay Cit.y Texas. Party for Soldier- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Kain entertained at a party Tuesday even-Ing, October 27, honoring Floyd Webb, who was inducted i-nto the army tha following Friday. The entertainment of the evening was 500. Mrs. Louis Riedel and Ernest Naumanr won the high score prizes and Lucille Calhoun and Julius Baas, Jr., won the low scores. Floyd Webb won travel prize. A lunch was served by the hostess. Out of town guests were Viola Bierle, of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. • Louis Riedel and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nauman and children of Burt. lied Cross Meeting— The officers of the local Red Cross branch and the Red Cross representatives of the various local organizations met Thursday afternoon at the Legion hall. Fred Timm, branch president, presided and the heads of the sewing, knitting and surgical dressing projects reported on their work. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, county president, was .present and answered any questions the local members had in regard to county Red Cross work. Shower for Bride— Mrs. Frank Green, the former Alice Sparks, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening of last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Arch'-e McDaniel. Advice was given to the bride and recipes were written for her after which she opened her gifts.. A lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mrs. Green is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks of Hobarton. Home EC'S Have Party— The members of the twp Home Economics classes at the high school together with their teacher, Miss Helen Comfort, enjoyed a pot luck supper Thursday evening at the home of Betty. Jean Pratt. About thirty g'*ls were present and they planned their party themselves. The early evening was spent in games and dancing. Presbyterian Aid— The Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyter<an church will -meet, on Thursday afternoon in the church basement) The committee in charge is Mesdames Herman Bark- gj, ..» A» A » James Godden, Homer Young, Ca- iey Loss and Miss DavlsOn. .Mrs. C. U. Pollard will be fn charge of devotlonals. Judy Nashy is Seven- Judy Nasby, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Npsby, celebrated her seventh birthday Saturday by inviting five little girls to a luncheon at her- home following which the girls Were taken to a mattnoe. Present were. Marcla Stillmarr, Judy Murtagh, Sheila Sullivan, Alice Kresensky and Dorothy Hagg. Hallowe'en Party— Judy Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, was hostess to twelve of her friends on Saturday evening at a Hallowe'en party. Guests wore costumes atid masks and were entertained with The Woman's Eiocfety for ,<4ttfs- tlan Service' of the Methodist church wMl have a one o'clock luncheon Thursday afternoon in the church dining rooms. Mrs. W. C, trelah's circle will serve and Mrs. 3, D, Peer will have charge of Ihe lesson. Mrs. CM.. Irigersoll Is In charge of devotions, ' Congregational Meeting— The entire membership of the Congregatioal church wMl hold a Fellowship supper and 'annual meeting Thursday ^evening at 6:30 Ih the church dining room. Members of the Ladles' Association are asked to be at the church at five o'clock for the annual meeting before the supper, Flower Club— The kosSuth County Flower club held a regular meeting Monday evening at the high school building. Mrs, Agnes Seeley gave a paper on American Holiday Qustbms and . Mrs. U. J. the iftetobert'bf he* sewlrtg 6lub. at A surprise fafeweM party for MM. ft. J. Koops wha will Jftove with her htisbattd a«d family to be* Molnes. the honored was present 0d with ft gift from the club, > Shower fdr Bride- Mrs. Archie McDaniel entertaMt- ed at miscellaneous shower complimenting Alice Sparks who was mar* rled to Prank Green on Thursday evening. Thirty-five guests were present .and .the hostess served refreshments. Lcglpn Auxiliary to Meet- The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday even.'.ng, November 0, nt the hall at eight o'clock. Mrs; D. R. Martin will speak on Canada. Mrs. >L. Padgett's division is In charge. . Trinity Lutheran Aid— The^ Ladies' Aid society of the Delphian , jl ,., , , : The DeteWan-'ftwlety .tt/ hUVth$' a one o'clock luiiehebn thin afternoon (Tuesday)- at the Algbna Hotel.' • Beth -Ann!*, foeal llb/AHan, will speak on hew bddka for the year, W, O. T. V. IrfUiicheon— >. The W. C. T. U. society Wllf hold its annual guest day lunclifeto at the home of Mrs. M. J. YMirtg Wednesday afternoon. Members are to bring a covered dUh. Merry Mixers Meet-* Mrd. Perry Collins entertained.,. the members of the Merry Mixers : sewing elub at her home Thursday afternoon." Sewing Club Meet*>- Atrs. Lloyd Muckey Is entertaining the members of h6r sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday) at her • home. CHRISTENSEN'S Outstanding \ IB- \w r«-* >V '• * -! "*~~^ , '*< * /-,r* 'f '/ ' , ! ' J A SUPERB SHOWING OF COATS Beautiful, warm winter coats to wear,proudly for years to come I Every one tailored by master workmen—in dressy, casual styles! ; Lavish fur trimmings, long-wearing fabrics v ... coats we may never be able to duplicate at such low prices! COATS FOR EVERY PURSE X - MANY OTHER STYLES! 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