PAGE TEN EDW, FANDEL ORDINATION SERVICE HELD Whittemore, a.Mr. 27—Ordination of the Rev. Father Edward Fandel took place last week Sunday at the Cathedral of the Epiphany, Sioux City, and tfho new priest sang his first solemn mass at St. Michael's church here last week Monday morning. Father Fandcl was iborn here November 11, 1907, the son oE Mr. and Mrs. M. AV. Fandcl. He attended Presentation academy here Academy hall. | Kossuth priests who came for] Father Fandel'a first mass were [ Fathers Schultes, Bancroft; Kramer, St. Benedict; Theobald, St. Joe; and Wagner, Wesley. Father Davern, Algona, was sick. Other priests in attendance came from Alton, Ayrshire, Barnum, Bonne, Bode, Des Moines, Early, lEmmetslmrg, Estherville, Fort 'nodsc. Gilmore City, Hawarden, Humholdt, Mallard, Manilla, Manson, Laurens, Livermore, Royal, Kuthvcn, Schaller, Sioux City, Stor.u Lake, Struble, Sutherland, Templeton, and West Bend. Sister M. Annuunciati, Algona, \vi\s in attendance, and other Sisters came from Clark, Dougherty, Emerson, Nob., Lawler, Mason City, Ryan, and Waukon. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, Capitola Gould is IJridc— Capitola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould, was married last historian. Retiring officers are: Mrs. W. C. Dewel, president; Mrs. Samson, first vice; Mrs. V. H. Coffin, sec- Fallicr Kinidrl lias boon sm- pointcd assistant lo the Rev. H. J. SchUior, of Itcmsi'n. FUNERAL HELD FOR EX-LUVERNE MAYOR and was graduated from the academy's ini.eh school. Two years at Trinity college, Sioux City, followed, then two years at Columbia college, Duljuque, where he was graduated. iRecently he completed four years of theological studies at a St. Paul seminary. Many I'riesls in Attendance. Priests taking part in Father [Panders first mass were: his classmate, ordained at the same time and place, the Rev. Robert Quinn, Bancroft, who served as deacon; the Rev. Albert Conlon, Sioux City, sub-deacon; the Rev. P. P. Gearen, Ona-wa, formerly Whittemore, first master of ceremonies; the Rev. Jo!m Hyland, Wliittemore, second master; the Rev. George O'Brien, censer-bearer; Joseph Elbert, cross-hearer; James Pandel and Arthur Kelly, Whittcmore, acolytes. Thf St. Michael parish choir sang, and brothers of Father Fandel sang the Ave Maria at the offertory. The Rev. C. P. Sweeney, of Sacred Heart parish. Fort Dodge, former pastor here, gave the sermon. Dinner was served at the Academy hall .by the Rosary society. The 'Rev. Joseph FinneRan, Assumption parish, Emmetsburg, was toastmaster, and speakers were the Rev. Father Masterson, Fort Dodge, Father Vpit, pastor of .S. 'Michael's parish, and the Rev. Father Fandel Relatives and Friends Come. There were 34 visiting priests and 15 visiting nuns in attendance, and relatives of Father Fandel from out of town were: Mrs. William Elbert. son Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Noe, Rose Noe, and Valentine N'auman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kerker, son Otto, daughter, Mrs. John Durst, and the latter'*; daughetr Lucille, all of Metamora, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fandfl, Ladysmi'th. Wis., sons Bernard and Joseph; Mr. and Mrs. .Edward Kerker, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kerker, daughter Mary Ann, and Agnes Kerker, Peoria, 111. The George Aligs, Poeahontas; Mr. and Mrs Herman Bode, Cor- witfti; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schlitz, Bancroft: Albert Eisele, of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Xorbert Hil- ibert, Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Arnold Elbprt, her mother, Mrs. Miller, the Joseph Elborts, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert, all of Algona; Mrs. Eiseniminger, Sher- Inrrn, Minn., and a daughter. Reception and Program. A reception and a short program took place in the evening at the DRESS UP FOR EASTER Lu Verne, Mar. 27—(Funeral service for William Schultz, who died at .his home a week ago Sunday, were conducted at the Methodist church last week Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Win. Baddcley, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Harry Lichty, Florence I-Iof, Maynard Spooner, and Richard Niver, accompanied 'by /Mrs. Harold Phillips, sang favorite | hymns of the deceased. Two sons, .William and Lewis, and four grandsons. William, Donald, and Lowell Schultz and La Vonne Riley were pall-bearers. Mr. Schultz was born at Grundy Center in 1S69. and was married in 1SSS to Mary Busse. The following year they came here in a lumber- wagon and settled on a farm four miles northeast of town. In 1913 they moved to town. Mr. Schu'ltz was mayor eight years, and during his terms the •water_ and electric light systems were installed. He was a member of the Methodist church, and of the Wodomen. Besides the widow, three sons and four daughters survive: William, Frank, and Lewis, and Mrs. Charles Riley, all of Livermore; Mrs. Guy Lansing, Bode; Mrs. Bryan Og-lesby, Mason City; and Mrs. Arthur Ramus, Lu Verne. Some 75 relatives from other towns attended the funeral. Thursday to Keith, son of Mr. and on( j v j cff . Mrs RU (jh Raney, record- Mrs. J. A. Strayer,'Burt. A single |j ng secr otary. Miss Dttrant, Mrs. .ring ceremony was performed by ganders, and Mrs. Klahr were re- the Rev. S. H. Aten at the Presiby- | e i ec t e d. Installation will take place nun -mmi-an Rm-f nf K nVlnplr n. i. i* n terian manse, Burt, at 5 o'clock p. m. The bride wore a. velvet dress of light pink, trimmed in ibaby blue, .with a shoulder corsage of light iblue and pink sweet peas and rose,buds. She was attended by her sis- next fall. Hostesses at the meeting were Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. F. W. Green, and the program was given under direction of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. A play, Be a Little Cuckoo, was presented .by Alice Rist, Josephine ,ter Chnstena, whose dress was:M Urtagl , Catherine McCall, Leola .also of pink velvet trimmed in blue. Ze igler, and Helen Goeders. Mrs. Mr. Strayer was attended by Don-i Ada , Price aml Ml . s . R . E . Kain bc . .aid Cook, Algona. came new mem fbers of the club. Following the ceremony a 7 — .o'clock wedding supper was served Surprise for Glen Teeter— to the party at the Fisher Cafe, Algona, a pink and white color Friends gathered at D. A. Teeter's, southwest of Algona, last scheme 'being earned out m the ta-1 Thursday evening to honor Glen We decorations The couple enter- Teeter's 21st birthday. The event tamed at a wedding dance at the I. was a surp rise for him. Attending 0. O. F. hall that evening, 'and vhc guests presented a gift. DRESS UP FOR EASTER • * • • Chrischilles & Herbst Chrischilles & Herbst A NEW EASTER HAT i You'll find dozens of attractive hats in this great display —all styles — turned up brims, off-the-face, and shallow and full shapes. Colors navy, black, tan, grey and brown— 51,95 52,95 $5.00 DRESS UP FOB EASTER Chrischilles & Herhst Swagger Suits These swanky swagger suits are just the thing for the Easter parade. In navy and novelty weaves—all length jackets—sizes 12 to 42. 12,85 16,50 29.75 DAINTY BLOUSES There's a wealth of charm about these chic, attractive blouses—with their bows, ties, and ruffles—shown here in a wide variety of styles in both silk and cotton. Just dozens and dozens to select from — you'll find just the blouse you've been looking for here. Cotton $1.00 Silk $1.95-$2.95 were Marie Brandow, Helen Batt, Margaret Simpson, Cleone and Mr. and Mrs. Strayer are now at EIaine Worster, Eva and Bernice home on the John Long Jr. 80-acre; Brown, Florence Christensen, Aud- farm, known as the Weise eighty, : rey Po tter, Hazel Button, Verne two^and one half miles southwest anc i Jonn Battj Bob Wa ] ker , Don and Cliff Teeter, Harold Brandow, Bud Brown, Fritz Worster, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce, to. and Mrs. of Burt. Woman's Club Elects Officers- Election of officers for the Al- Gordon Worster. Refreshments gona Woman's club took place at W ere served late in the evening. A the city library Friday afternoon., color scheme of pink and white Mrs Mabel Samson was elected was use d. Games were the enter- n-esident; Mrs. Velma Coffin, first tainment vice; Mrs. Helen Bishop, second ' vice; Mrs. Elizabeth Granzow, sec- • Titonka Party Honors Algonians— retary; Margaret Durant, corres-l Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka, and ponding secretary; Mrs. Lura San- ,h.er sister-in-law, Mrs. 'Cidney ders, treasurer; Mrs. Clara Klahr, Laird, entertained at a bridge luncheon Saturday at the former's home in honor of the latter'a moth- went to .Des Moines yesterday to at- niversary. The .hig.h scores were won by Mrs. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. A. H. Stock, and Mrs. French received a gift. Other guests were Mesdames E. W. Lusby, Dg White, W. A. Foster, E. J. Hough, W. G, McCulIough, M. J. McCall, F. A. Corey, Geo. H. Free, G. D. Stokes, AV. iH. Godden, W. P. French, Lyle Mathes, and Kermit Qetohell. Other Society. Mrs. D. H. Goeders entertained her Birthday clu'b last week Wednesday evening, and Mrs. Helen I Dickinson was a club guest. Mrs. . L. (Peterson, member of the club wintering in California, sent a box of cookies for the meeting. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets next Thursday at Mrs. David King's; assisting hostesses, Mesdames Ralph Brown, J. R. Mawdsley, Earl Crouch, A. E. Kresensky. An Auxiliary sewing party which was to have been held at the home of Mrs. L. W. Fox tomorrow has toeen postponed, due to the Good Friday services. Mrs. (H. M. Hauberg entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon, and the high score was won by Mrs. R. H. Miller. •Mrs. Samuel Smith entertained^ at bridge Friday afternoon. The Eastern Stars will meet next Tuesday evening at 7:45. Election at Lu A r erne. Lu Verne, Mar. 27—At the town election Monday there were 189 votes. Mayor Tiede was reelected, and J. L. Lichty, Fred Schneider, Lloyd Smith, Harold Sorenson, and Charles Wolf were elected councilmen. Harry Lichty is new treasurer. Dan Ellis was reelected assessor. Phoenix Hosiery with Long-mileage foot Spaniel, Setter, Collie, Greyhound — the smartest hosiery shades for Spring! Wear these Phoenix "Doggy" Colors with any of the new Spring costume shades. Phoenix Hosiery gives you ex*"* tra miles of fashionable wear, because *-* of the famous Long-mileage foot. Chiffons and service sheers. Custom* Fit top at $1.00 and up. ALGONIANS VISIT MINNESOTA TOWNS C. R. I/a Barre and H. E. 'Hist returned last week Wednesday from a short (business trip to points in southern Minnesota. They found towns -there wide open as regards liquor. Liquor stores in Minnesota are not a great deal different from the old saloons, except that women patrons are much more in evidence now than formerly. Liquor can bei purchased by glass, bottle, or drink. State stores, which are run by the state, arc managed on the same plan as Iowa stores will probably be run, 'but (private stores are merely saloons under a new name. (Most of them have restaurants in connection, and all seem to be doing a tlmvinjr .business. Many people complain of high prices, believing that this will encourage 'bootlegging. Minnesotans wlho favor temperance as opposed to prohibition, think the Iowa plan will be much 'better than Minnesota's. Men's Club Elects. The Presbyterian Men's club met Tuesday, Mar 20, at !L. G. Willson's. At 6:30 dinner was served, and after dinner officers were elected: G. D. Shumway, •president; Russell B. Waller, vice; G. B. Van Dorston, secretary; C. F. Speclit, treasurer. Mr. Waller gave a talk. —:..... » More '.Scrappy' Winners. The following children won free theater tickets in the latest weekly Scrappy cartoon coloring contest conducted toy the Call theatre; Lucille .Rath, Lone 'Rock, first; Pauline Moore, second; and Bob Neville, James Groolen, Lane Dodds, Joan Stevenson, and Kuby Murtha. Ringsted Bowlers Defeated Here by Court House Rats A group of ningstcd bowlers came to Algona last week Wednes- dya and 'bowled aigainst the 'Courthouse Eats, local league team. The Algonians won all three games by scores of 815-781, 845-730, and 842735. The total points in the three games for Algona were '2502, and for the ,'Ringsteders 2252. •Bowling on the Courthouse Rate team were Carl Dahlhauser, Casey Loss, B. J. Butler, Carl Pearson, and >H. B. White. The names of the Ringsted .players were not kept. In the local bowling league'the Phillips team is close (behind the Farmers, which so far has held the lead in the tourney. Only three more weeks of the tourney remain. Fenton Woman Wins Prize for Recipe Mrs. Hans Mortensen, of iFentpn, received a .prize for the following potato dumpling recipe printed m Friday's Des Moines daily Register: 'Six potatoes (boiled in soup; 4 T ibutter, melted; % cup flour; two eggs beaten; Vt, t nutmeg; 1-8 t salt. iMasli potatoes, add (butter and eggs; 'beat; add dry ingredients; mix thoroughly; drop into liquid from buttered teaspoon; simmer seven minutes; serve hot. _ « Winners Named in Pre-Dist. Declam ;Lu Verne, (Mar. 27—At a pre- district declamatory 'contest here last week Wednesday, Lu Verne won two seconds. Barbara Nelson, Rolfe, won first in oratorical; Isa- •bel Greenberg, Algona, first in dramatics, with The Alien; and Kenneth Johnson n,,,,,,^ in humorous. A ',,^^1 1 to ' wtESS m * * NEW NECKWE4I This is an outstanding ' wear season" ami we well prepared to meet demand. Dozens and doze! of crisp, new attractive cc lars are here—just the thin to freshen up the Ej dress—shown in crepes, „ gandies, and fancy lawns."' 39c 59c Dress Up For Easter Every Woman to Look Tall and Slender But It Takes the Right Dress to Do It $8.95 $12.85 $19.75 Here is a line of attractive Easter frocks in navy sheers —with and without jackets —especially designed to give you those flattering, slenderizing lines. Sizes 14 to 38. Women's, misses' Rayon Slips 79c The kind of values you'll find at Graham's. Lace trimmed—bias cut and California top models in Tea Rose only. Sizes 34 to 44. New Easter $1.00 There's a world of fashion in every one—all are cleverly designed and beautifully made— colors brown, gray, beige, white. Women's Rayon Underwear 49c Beautiful fine woven Rayon vests, bloomers, step-ins, briefs with flat lock seams for added strength. Tweed and Flannel Skirts $1.98 All wool tuck-in skirts with .'button trrimngs. Regulation lengths. Colors red, green, navy. Men's Easter Shirts $1.00 High grade tailored shirts, tailored of fine count fast color broadcloth in white and solid colors. Your smartest choice is Silk Hose For Easter 79c 98c Every pair of stockings is of fine silk — Full-fashioned — and perfect quality — Chiffons are extra sheer with picot or lace top — service weight are famed for their durability. Choose them both in smart hosiery colors. Blouses For your Easter Suit. 59c and $1.00 Very smartly styled garment of crisp wash fabrics in checks and prints and solid colors. The trimmings are chic new sheering, tucks and buttons. The Smartest Gloves 69c 98c Snappy fabric, double woven, pull-on in black, brown and light colors. Plain or novelties. Department Stores Style Creations for EASTER Gay and Colorful Neckwear 49c to 98c Bibs, collar and cuff sets in dainyt new plain satins, crepes, embroidered organdies and smart piques —all crisp new and ultra-smart. Misses', Women's Sweaters $1.00 $1.98 New and attractive novelty knit styles in the latest high color combinations pulff sleeves — self bow trim and novelty collav effects, sizes 34 to 44. Childs' Hose For Easter 19c Fine ribbed hose, medium weight, full seamless that gives excellent service. Colors camel and honey- beige. Smart Tub Frocks $1.00 The most remarkable selection and values ever offered in 80-square print dresses. New Style and Trim $7.95 That fascinating "windblown" appearance is definitely achieved by the clever sleeves and neckline treatment—and the frocks are gorgeous indeed, as a result of their chic styling. Lovely silk prints—new print combinations — plain colors, too—favored shades including black, rose, green, tan, navy and gray! All sizes for women and misses. New stripes! Polk-a-dots! Border prints! Pastel prints! and combinations, i $6.95 Easter Coats New collar effects — new sleeve treatments — some with fur trimmings — others with self adornments. fashioned of choicest all wool fab- hand tailored—richly silk lined! SWAGER SUITS NEW HATSTPOR EASTER Off the Face Styles — Brim Model,! T Brim Models! Turbans! What a chance to get a reallv smart Easter hat at truly remark M Q L 10 T prIces - Cnoose fr °m these black, brown, navy, beige red white. Models for Matron' S Mtam large and small head $ 1 .95 -«— —And there's ft tre»e»dous to choose from.
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