'-*?• •the Rod Cross sewing r*x>m >«. not be open. Thursday because' o Thanksgiving. Mr* CUnt .Lighter spent Sun day at Spencer wherfe she vlslte Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mason. Mjf. and Mrs. Prank Oelgel ar naving as their Thanksgiving SfuestSj Mr. and Mrs. Will Kennedy of Burt * W, f. Giossi is back on duty a the Lusby & Giossi store after ten days' Illness with a streptococcu sore throat. Rose Lampe, Rose Scanlan, and !?' . J - Kohlhaas.spent Sunday with the latter's daughter, Betty who is teaching this year at Swale •dale. ; Robert Conklin is spending this week ?.n Algona with his parents, Mr. and;Mrs. George Conklln.ifcob-' ert Is doing radio work fbfe the' government in.Chicago. '•& Mrs. H. E. Woodward of ----- _ _ „ _«. v , vvuvmiu wj lTiMl»>M3 — more is enterta.Wng the Red%ross knitting committee consJsting of Mesjdahies Dolph Raney, JH. & Smith and D. P. Smith at luncheon at her home today. **« Foth Jjeft Thursday for Burlington, Where he Is.employed as an Indoor guard and workman at the shell loading plant. Mrs. Foth will remain here* She is employed at the Graham store. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. OsNess and son, Richard, and Mrs. . OsNess' niece Mrs. Christopher of Fulda, Minn., were guests Sunday at thfc home of; Mf.< OsNess' sister, Mrs. K. D. Ixing, and family. Tuesday evening visitors at the Alphonse, Thilges home near St. Joe were the Julius Capesius family, the Tony Weydert family, the Peter N. Thilges family, and Wilfred SchneMer; who lough. ; .. Lees are planning to leave November 27 for Los Angeles, Calif., where Mr. Lee will be employed. He Was for some time employed as salesman at the Perclval Motors here. Myrtte 'Ifurribaujrlv, Mra J. p, Mrs> mim a Grouse, Mrs. MM Al SponRber* ,«,..„»„,„„, the members of her knitting club at her home Monday afternoon. • Marry Ooddard of Detroit Michigan, is visiting his aunt and cousin, Mrs. Kls.'-e Cady and daughter, Evelyn. Mrs. Jane Blossom, ,who makes her home with her son, R. S. Blossom, Is visiting fr!ends and rel- jjtlj AJgottA tfrpa* Pea Moinea. Algona, Iowa. Koy. 24. «• ii" •"""• minium arouse, Mrs. Vic Hlserodt, Atrs. William deerlng, Mrs. Henry Lund and Mrs. M. Ether- .'•ngton went to Wesley Friday evening to attend a Rebekah lodge meeting, The local group took the lodge emblem to the Wesley group. Proceeds from this are used for the lodge home. Word has been received here that Lowell Samp, son of Mrs. Andrew jodfredson, has been Selected, due :o outstanding aptitude for the radio .raining course at the naval trailing school for radio at Miami University :jjit Oxford, Oh.'o. He has ust 'Completed his boot train-ing at Great. Lakes. He enlisted September 26 at Des Molnes. was here on fur- Mary Cullen of Mason City visited from Saturday through Monday with her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Smith. Today she will go to Whlt- temore to spend the remainder .of the week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Lighter expect to have as the.'-r Thanksgiving guests,, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellis, and family of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ellis of Sioux Falls, S. D. Clarence Ellis is Mrs. Lighter's brother and Harold Ellis is her nephew. Mr. and ;Mrs. Gail Towne expert to leave next week for Corpus Chrfati, Texas, where Mr. Towne will be employed on government work during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh will occupy the Towne h£me until spring when tho •Towriestejxpect to return, v-'-v-v 1 •:, •',• Tlipse who came from away: 'tp Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Howard and on, Donald of Ottumwa were guests Sunday and Monday of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson, while Jerry did a little pheasant hunting. The Howards formerly lived In Algona when Mr. Howard owned the Howard Hardware, now the J, L. R'.ch- nrdson Hardware. . The younger Howard son remained at home. JUr. and Mrs.,Tim Merryman spent last week end in Des Molnes and Cedar Rapids. In the latter place they Visited Mr .and Mrs. Leon Glynn. Mrs. Glynn and daughter, Crystal, returned to Algona with them and will visit here until Thanksgiving when Mr. Glynn will come after them. Mrs. Glynn and Mr. Merryman" are sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Beardsley and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boynton of Madrid, Minnesota, and Mrs. L. H. Hellie of Albert Lea, Minnesota, were visitors at the W. L. Whitney home here Monday. They came a day early to celebrate Mr. Whitney's birth, today (Tuesday. Mrs. iHellie is a daughter of tho attend the Ira Vincent funeral held last Friday; were Mr.' and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. of Cedar Rapids and the Misses Helen and Lolita Alexander of Guthrie Center. ,T. J. !a a brother and the Misses Alexander are nieces of the deceased. MEr. and Mrs. H. A. Lee of Ames .were guestsf Sunday at,the,home -rr-,-~*. -of Mr. andiMrs.jIji^F'. Perry; The, jp>MjJ years. ^ Whitneys and Mrs. Beardsley is a cousin of Mr. Whitney. Ensign John Kohlhaas left Thursday for Omaha, Nebr., to spend a. few days with his brother, Tom, freshman student at Creighton University, after a ten day visit w.'-th his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. :From here he went on to Corpus Christi; Texas, where he recently received his commission and will take further training to become an avlat'on instructor. Mr. and Mrs, Will Daiiey and daughter, Maurine, and Mr. aird Mrs. Alan Daiiey of Bristow, Okla- hdma,. came Saturday, for- .af: few days' visit'at the homVorthe¥men'E brother and wife, Mr. and 'Mrs. Chan Daiiey. .From here they planned to' go -to Milwaukee to visit their s'ster, Mrs. Harvey Lelsch, who will be remembered here as Grace Daiiey. Alan and Will have atlves at Burt. Mrs. Hose Barto and Miss Dora Blerstedt entertained the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Barbara Peffer of Fort Dodge visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of her sister and niece, Mrs Lena Loos and Prisclill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson of Waseca, Minn., will come Thursday for Thanksgiving with the former's mother, Mrs. T. H, Herbst. Mr. and Mrs. William DeKrulf are the parents of a baby boy born Friday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. DeKruif is a Swift & Co. employee. Mrs. Leslie Hellie of Albert Lea, — Minn., spent Monday hi Al'goira g at with her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. last W. L. Whitney. She is the former Dorothy Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom plan to spend Thanksgiving Day at Adel, Iowa, where they will visit their daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs. Sigurd Fardel. Mrs. Walter Edwards, who has been teaching .'.n the local schools, expects to leave soon for Little Rock, Arkansas, to Join her husband Who is In the Service. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh spent the week end at Vlnton where she went to help her daughter, Mrs. Tom Kruse celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Kruno Is the former Betty Murtagh. Mrs. William Lorenz of Lincoln, wa ' Is visltln g "or daughteil. Kathleen Lorenz, who teaches at the third ward school. Miss Lorenz lives with Mrs. H B. White. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller and their house guest, Mrs. D. K. Logan of Spencer, spent Sunday at Clarion with Mrs Fuller's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs. Harvey Johnson. Mrs. Logan is Mrs. Fuller's sister. Lois Colwell is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Hugh Colwell before going to Chicago where she has .been transferred by the F. B. I. Lois has been working for the same organization Mt*. n. J. Harrington intent the Week end In Des Molnes where she visited her husband, a lieutenant In the army. Mrs. Lyle Reynolds spent the week end in Des Molnes whore she v.'siled her daughter, Betty, who is a nurse in a hospital there. Mrs. C. A. Fouhy was called to Des Molnes Friday by the death of her brother, Will'am C. O'Brien. Mr. OTBrien was 52 years old and died very suddenly. Mr. and Mrs. a D. Schaap had as their Sunday guests, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reynolds, Mrs. Arden Reynolds, and her brothers, Eddie and Leo Small all of Swea City. Vcrn R»wfoy, Rev* McGroon, Kenneth Rowley, Howard Metis of w r A y '^° Wa ' and W ' B ' Forbes an,1 W. A. Peterson of Des Molnes were guests in the C. W. .Morck home last week. The. men came to hunt pheasants.. Word has been received from Howard Raney that he has been transferred to a new point in Australia. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Raney and his wife, the former Dorothy Geilenfeld, is employed at the Pratt Electric. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt had as their week end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wenger, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duke, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. E A Traeger, all of West Union. Mr! Traeger is a brother of Mrs. Pratt M™- 8- E. McMahon and Mrs. Nellie McMahon visited last week In Storm Lake with the former's daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz Mrs. S. E. McMahon, who usually takes a southern trip during the winter, plans to remain in Iowa this year. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haase and daughter, Patty, expect to leave Al joined the Navy and are awaiting call. The Daileys are ' children'- o'f the late Mr. and Mrs. A. F. (Doc) and lived in Algona for Bargain Offers / Film Developing and (Reprints 1. Any 8 exposure film developed with beautiful glossy prlhts and bargain coupon, plus .Two Free Enlargements ZSc. 2. Any 8 exposure film developed with 8 'beautiful glossy En* largements Deluding a Free 4x6 Professional Enlargement 25ej .! | 3. Any Siexppsure film developed with two sets of plain prints and tw,-o Free Enlargements 25c. Low Prices on Reprints 1. BEAUTIFUL OLOSSY REPRINTS 3c 50 or more, each 2c. Plus bargain coupon. 2. ENLARGEMENT REPRINTS v ': each So 100 or-more, each 2c. 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It was finally, ; decided- to remove;:,phe eye to prevent!infection in the other eye. Mr. and airs. M. F. Amfahr spent the week end at Waterloo', where they attended to business matters and at Jessup where they yjstted the former's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Amfahr. The Jessup Amfahrs' son. was home from the service and they attended a reunion in his honor. Mrs. Paul-Parkins lias returned to her home in Brazil, Indiana, after her visit in Algona with her sisters, Mrs. Bert Deal and Mrs. D'«:k Sorensen On Sunday Mrs. Deal entertained at a family dinner at which Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simonson "of Grettinger were also guests. Mrs. Simonson is another sister. Mrs. Ira Vincent of San Antonio, Texas, will be in Algona until after Thanksgiv.'.ng. She is staying with her niece, Mrs. Charles Johnson. Mrs. Vincent brought the body of her late husband to Algona for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent were formerly Algonans leaving here for Texas in 1925. They have been operating an apartment house there. V. M. Wingert, officer in the United States Navy, is visiting his wife in Algona. He arrived here from the Panama Canal zone on an emergency leave the 5th of November. He is to be sent elsewhere than Panama at the end of his leave. He fa the son of Mr. and Mrs. L P. Wingert of Wesley and his wife, a former Panama girl, is living In a Misbach apartment. Mrs. Marguerite Vlnson and her daughter, Mrs. Merle Pratt spent the week end at Mitchell, South Dakota, where they visited their son and brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vireson. They made the acquaintance of the new Vinson son, Thomas Michael. Craig brought h'a mother and sister to Algona Monday and he planned to return to Mitchell today (Tuesday). He is foreman in a (rarno-o in Mifnhnii I _ ->%jS3 I HE very littlest girls should have fhe sweetest presents. Kate Greenaway creates for them her very daintiest pastels trimmed with delicate, charming touches. Come and see what a wonderful helper Santa has in Kate Greenawayi In cotton prints, spun rayon, or rayon taffeta for dress-up. Toddlers I to 3. Kresensky's Yes, We Still Have ACTION! [ THRILLS! Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 84-25 lupeVELEZ . LeonERROL HUMPHREY BOGART , Thursday-Fridaj'-Satwday, Nov. 20-37-28 Thanksgiving' con^upus show from I o'clpck. 2 special ftttractipns DonAMECHE- to •JoanBENNHT Added Attraction, IT'S A JT'^f BAD DAY FOR BAD MEN wntn TIM HOLT g»M flolng et4 ft 8| jfAMfifif Added Spy for all cbJldre ts of Ajgon WJfi^ 4 * P°4ShflifiMi few "Jog*. Candy-ftur foreman in a garage in Mitchell. Mrs. Ned Downing of Marahall- town is visltin-g her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Norton. Thanksg.'.vng Day Mr Downing and his mother, Mrs. E.' Downing and Mrs. W. A. Norton will come from Marshalltown for a family dinner at Mr. and Mr Raymond Norton's. Mrs. E. Down ing and Mrs. W. A. Norton are th great-grandmothers of the new Richard Norton daughter, Serl Jean Corporal and Mrs, John spent from Sunday until Thursda of last week in Algona visitin Mrs. Talty'a parents, Mr. and Mrs C. N. Knudsen and her sister and husband, -Mr. a«d Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen. Mrs. Tajty is the forme Dorlys Knudsen and she is em ployed in Santa (Maria, California while her husband ia in the army T*ey Jeft Algona fop Des Moines where thoy will visit Cpl. Talty'a Parents before returning tp California. • »«M» M** Marshal Brown and little daughter, Joan, and little Miss Rosemary Hargis spent Satur* Sum *?? 1|1 Algona, guests home olUfrs. Brown's j?!*ter, Miss Bertha Johnson! Mr Brown l" P, hea 4 an * shooting Tal *ive in Cjsdar Rapids and on the return trip Mrs. A. Nornian joined them. Mrs. Nownsn, wljo be en living in, Algona the summer, now goes to the home her daughter Mrs. James in Cedar Rapids:. JWNI Sirs, W. A. GwdJngly of ofe}g* an4 If*, and M wa of Waseca, Minn., wr week end guests of Mrs. F. W. Ding ' All sizes—and heel heights— in ladies' and children's rubber footwear—best qualities available —are here. only ,,',. $2,35 sizes gona about December 1. Mr. Haas Is a Hormel Co. employee and '.t I not definitely known to what ter rltory they will be transferred. Th Haases have lived here about year. Mrs. Frank Stratton expects t leave tomorrow evening (Wednes day) for Washington, D. C., wher she will spend a few days wltl her husband who Is In the service Mrs. Stratton is the former Rita Will and she !# employed by Dr Sawyer. Mrs. George Spongbcrg left Fri day for Dagmar, Montana, where she will visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Jorg- onsen for about two weeks. She will be there to help the Jorgen- sens celebrate their silver wedding anniversary and also for her sU- ter's birthday. Mrs. Dennis BIHingHlr.y spent Sunday in Algona w.'-th her parents, Mr and Mrs. Glen Roland. Mr Billingsley has been in the army for the past to weeks and is stationed at Phoenix, Arizona, in the mechanics division of the army air corps. Mrs. Billingsley, the former Ruth Ruth Roland, ;.s employed at Davidson/a store in Des Moines. airs. Merle Pratt leaves thin evening (Tuesday) for Moorehead Kentucky, where she will join her husban-d who is attendlrg the special navy school for electricians '^° r * he past two years ' Mrs. the former Shirley Vf-nson has been employed by the Uppc Des Mofnes as bookkeeper and so ciety and local writer. Her place is being taken by Mrs Harlan Slgs bee. Mrs. Sam Mi-din, Bed Cross sewing chairman, anonunces that there Is plenty of work at the sewing rooms to be done now. Worker; have been putting in a great deal of time on the overseas kits and they are nearly completed. This week the rooms will be open Mon day afternoon and evenings in ad dition to the regular time. Worit may be done at the rooms or check ed out to do at home. Dakota Wesleyan U. Picks Algona Boy One Of Honor Students Eight Dakota Wesleyan University students will appear In the next issue of "Who's Who in Amerian Colleges and Universities" as result of a select'on made this veek by a point faculty and student ommlttee. The students are all enlors and are chosen on the basis f character and leadership in col- ege affairs. One of the eight students select- d was Robert Muckey, son of Lloyd Huckey of this city. St. Cecelia's Fall Festival Sunday. Nov. 29 6:00 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, enants for the Herman Beckers, re mov.'.ng to Burt this week. Academy-:-Algona Sunday Night Lunch and Entertainment Public Invited Luncheon-Admissioii & Glamorous New Rayon Hosiery By Them For Yourself For Gifts -Che new Eayon stockings are exquisitely lovely. TLey make practical wanted gifts for every gu-1 ou your Christmas list. Also —fine selection of mesh, cotton, lisle and wool hose. 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