Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1938 · Page 8
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v<v ? ><* :;„ , , ' ' •'*,,(' V't|/,'f Mfot*$\,, .f,**''' '•• Crcsco M. &. I>. Club Meets— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met last week Wednes- a former Algona Council Oak store employe, now manager of a similar store at Storm Lake. day at Mrs. Rufus Llndhorst's, -Mrs. J. H. Fraser assisting. Twen- Kcllncrs -II Years MnrrieA— ty-t.hreo members attended, also \ Ml '- and Mrs. John Kellner, St seven guests: Mrs. Lucie Watkins, Benedict, were taken by surprise Boons, Wls., Mrs. B. Skllllng, Mrs. Sunday, on their 41st wedding an- willard Qregson and Mrs. Jesse ' "Ivorsary, when all the children Lashbroolt, all of Algona; Cecelia Kathered at their home with bas- Crano, Mrs. Olaf Egesdahl, and ke ' s for dinner. Present were the Mrs. A. O. Henry, Cresco township, i Ma tt Kellners, Wesley; the Matt Brighten the Corner Where You | Borinaiins, Algona; the Mike Arn- Are was the opening eong. The dorfers, Corwlth; the Vincent Kell- rest of the program consisted of ners > Ottoaen; the Lawrence Recka report on the federated meeting | ers - Alta Vista; the Harold God- w o ^? na October 4 > given by Mrs. I fredsons, Wlnnebago; the George E. C. Potter; a paper on Columbus, An 'ns, Titonka; and Marie at home. by Mrs. Fred Parks; and a piano Mr - nllcl Ml 's. Kellner have eight by Mrs. Imogene Wlldin. children and eight grandchildren. fhe next meeting will be held ' November 2 at Mrs. Frank Mill i Slle n " tchis °n 85 Pnrty— er's, Mrs. Scott Moore assisting ™, Sue> dau e» ter eo H . g ™, Mr. and Mrs. The clmb is sponsoring a basket , eo Hutchi s°". celebrated her social and program at the South ei ? uth birthday Monday by enter- OT-^onr. ,,~™~,. ._,!.. i. .. ~ . . taming 11 guests at her home after school and at dinner. They were Joan and. Nancy- Hutchison, Virginia Scanlan, Patty Glllesple, Barbara Beck, Betty Harlg, Ann Still- Jiian, Muriel Burgess, Joan HoK- _ . A ,, ,..£,» M.4.14, ait cue OUUHL Cresco community house Saturday evening, October 29. Women are to take baskets. Lunches will also be sold. Union Fonr-H Cltib Meets The Union Alethian 4-H club — --wbAit^tu T:~ IJ. U1UU met at Robert Sarohet's Saturday with Betty Sarchet as hostess. The meeting was opened by Florence Dodds, president, and roll call answered with "The Mos ful Sight I Have Ever Seen A demonstration was given by Betfy Turner and Charlene Rath on making portfolios, and a talk by Florence Dodds on What a Tul^r- culin Test means. There was "an open discussion on boy and »i r l etiquette, and a conservation note book was started. Mfs. D C Mr« nT ^ ' eader ot the club;' Mrs Glenn Teeter, assistant. The next meeting will be on November 12 at Lois Gardner's man, Joyce Aman, and Teddy Hutchison. The house was decorated in Halloween colors and designs. Sue is in the third grade at school. Estherilect Of fleers Margaret Miller was president of the Queen poup at a meeting Monday dist church attend ance. - electcd vice Preel- Brttv r Murta S h - secretary; Betty Geermg. treasurer; Dorothy Saul, mite-box secretary; an d Maxme Brundage, Lenten offering Mrs " V ' K " - , district superin- '» e OJ devotionals, Earl Burgess had service. and Mrs. P. charge of a candlelight ser Margaret Miller gave a book ,-«- Arndorfer Reunion is Held— An Arndorfer family reunion was held Sunday at the hornet Mr M Storm nn , m * nd , attendi nB were the Rev. r ' Genranns ' and Doanne Mrs. Pickens was er, St. Benedict, ' . . the Al- Earth; the Mr. " and Mrs. and Lenore Arn- Benedict; Mr. and .u to w cd - Saturday afternon a miscellaneous shower was .given at the country home of Mrs. Bert Adams near Spencer, honoring Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter here, who is to be married Sunday to LeRoy Peterson, Humboldt. The marriage will take place at the Lighter home and will be followed by a buffet supper. Mr. Peterson, the son of the Rev. and Mrs. A. Peterson, Humboldt, is employed at a Humboldt oil station. Lotts Creek lassies Meet—The Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H club met at the leader . Margaret Reding's Saturday, and roll tall was on What Have I Done to Improve Storage Space in_JMy Room? answered by nine '• members. A talk was given on trees by Ruth Pijahn, and on wood finishes by Ruth Meiue. The next meeting will be on November 19 at, Gertrude Kuecker's. Doloris Potratz i s the club's historian. Surprise Honors .Uirtlidaj;— Mrs. Oscar Anderson was honoree at a surprise birthday party Monday evening at the Wilsou cafe, given by employes of the Anderson Cafe. A 9:30 luncheon was served, and Mrs. Anderson a pair of The honoreo was presented with gloves and a purse. was having a duck dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey's when she was called to the Cafe. IVn-fan.yans Plan Country Meet— The Wa-Tan-Ye club met Tues- at the Algona hotel for in the Blue Room, and members attended. Betty Kohlhaas, club guest, gave a dramatic reading. The next meeting will be a Halloween toarty next week Tuesday evening at the Portland township home of Rachel Becker,-with Lura Sanders assisting. Seten to Lnkota Meeting— A fall meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbyterial was held Tuesday at the Lakota Presbyterian church. This wae an all-day session, and members attending from here were Mesdames Fred Gelgel, Frank Gel- gel, L. E. Fairbanks, C. 'W. Pfeiffer, L. W. Gillesple, R. H. Guder- lan, and C. F. Specht. To Attend District Meet— A B. Y. P. U. district meeting will be held next Sunday at Ea»?le Jrove, wjth 20 persons represent- ng the local union. Eighteen un- ous will- be represented, and 160 o 200 young people are expected .0 attend. The Rev. Vance Webster, Muscatlne, wilt be principal ipeeker. Party for H. S. Seniors- Betty Merrltt was honoree at a urprise birthday party loot even- ng (Wednesday) at Roger Miph- -1's. Sixteen young people at- ended, and Ice cream and cake vere served. Betty, daughter of Mr. md Mrs. L. M. Merritt, is a senior n the local high school.' '. E. 0. Entertains Organizer— The P. E. O. Sisterhood' met 'uesday for one, o'clock luncheon nd business meeting at Mrs. S. E. IcMahon's, 25 members attending, 'he state organizer, Mrs. Loretta ones, Clinton, was guest of honor. Mrs. Michel Reads Paper— The Delphians met for one o'clock luncheon Tuesday at the Algona hotel, and Mrs. A. E. Michel read a paper on "Music for Our Enjoyment." Mrs. H. L. Gilmore is president of- the organization. Missionary Meeting Today— The Baptist missionary society meets today at the church, with Mesdames Charles- Taylor and Lucy Reeter as hostesses. The topic is Christian Citizenship, and a play will be given. Ah, the "HenhussJes" Again— The "Henhussles" bridge club met at the W. A. Vigars 'homo Monday evening, with two tables in play. This is a men's bridge club, and they have ten parties before prizes are given. Skating Pnrty is Held— The Algona dud Bancroft First Lutheran young people's societies had a skating party Friday evening at Titonka. There were 55 in attendance. jKosstt'm cotwrt ADVANCE. iJaHey And Mr. Dreuunel are both In Botsfard ** The Naomi Circle Will meet Friday afternon at Myrtle Tura- baugh'a, Mrs. Chester Dillliiger and . Rose Ludwlg assisting. Mrs. Dtl linger program. have charge of the Mra. J. W. Neville rind Mrs. P. V. Janse will entertain nt a one ^o'clock bridge, luncheon Friday in ' ^ , the Motel Algona's Blue Room. Three tables Wit be In »--»*., , Mr. fthd Mfa, W, 0, MdttotttAlt ; nm "?5 oiuD'.or iz members Tues- entertelhed their bridge fclub W "*y «ttefH«Oft, , eight membern Friday eveftiflg. Mf. , J»rs. M t L. -Olltaore and Mre w and Mrs. W. O. Rlflggeiiberg W6n - ft Prenofi ftttended a district P T' terday. Mrs. nor hi-i and Mrs. W. 0. Riflggenberg #6n - ft tfrencfi sUeftded a district high, and R, 0. Bjustrom Was low, A. foeettag at Rockwell City E \ I • R Other Society. Mrs. Bert Crouan entertained the E. T. W. bridge club Tuesday afternoon. There are eight ' members. Mrs. Fred Powell won high; Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, travel; and Mrs. Henry Bruns was low. Mrs. Howard Vinson was a club ;uest. Mrs. J. 0. F. Price and her sister, Mrs. Grace Brechtbill, entertained yesterday at a one oclock luncheon at their home, and out- of-town guests were Miss Grover, Burt; Mrs. Barton, Mankato; Mrs. D. E. Baughman and Mrs. Ethel Heater, Fort Dodge. The Paul Dremmels, who live at the Edward Mawdsley farm, south east of town, were Sunday dinner guests of the Tom E. Daileys. Mr. Coat Days Are Here and we Have Coats— Chrischilles Store Don't be fooled—those cold, blustering winter days will soon be here. The long Indian summer is Sst a 4luff" —winter coat days are close at hand. You'll like this great showing of winter coats-so complete, so stylish 8raS ° IiaI Practical Warm Sport Coats The plain, untrimmed sport coat is still 'tops" for school and office and all-'round wear. Warmly interlined or made of double-plaid- back woolens, these smart coats combine practicability and appearance; they come in the warm autumn shades of wine, green and oxford, and sell at only $12.85 $17.95 $29.75 Smart, Dressy Furred Coats The dressy type of coat is lavishly fur-trimmed—with large fur collars of fox, wolf, and raccoon or with great sleeves of gorgeous fur. The materials lean toward the boucle—heavy ribs and wooly effects. All sizes complete from 12 to 46— $17.95 $29.75 Upward* Complete Showings of Pile Fabrics Rich, Lustrous Annis' Fur Coats in Seal and Caracul Jfow's the time to buy that new fur coat. Select one from our large stock on hand—warm, rich seals at real bargain prices. _Fur coats are DOWN In prke and yoa'H be surprised at the low prices here. $59.00 $75.00 $95.00 All On SALE NOW Something to "Roar" About Special Purchase Sell A Igona's 2800 Men's Suits & We cleaned a manufacturer's racks and as always we pass the savings on to you—our custom Remember—The market is filled with cotton worsted, guaranteed by ourselves and and other manipulated fabrics to supply a price demand for the stores who do not know or care for their customers. ers. Save From $5 to $6.50 On Even! Suit or Overcoat Every size and correct style Every gar , ment expertly tailored Plenty of Salespeople to serve you promptly. Rack after! rack of the3 year's finetlH Suits and Overcoat*! Out to prove leadership in value giving Materiilii that are the best A*a,» The Hub Clothier. ..ep to the front with bargain, that ^n definitely add t. their reputation the value leader, of Al g ona. We cleaned the manufacturer.' rack, at our own price, and the .avi pa»ed on ,„ you. We urge every man and young n,an within .hopping dUtance to «e the.e early. Four Large Groups of SUITS and OVERCOATS . '' ,-...One Group Priced at— $12-00 Here men IB the greatest value of them all. If we could but quote the real worth of these garments you would knock our doors down getting in. You will just have to take our word for it, that these are "Knockouts." Fashioned of fine quality woolens ... i n gre v navy patterns, Heavyweight^ good size range, one-half belted models. Look at this Group— Smartly styled coats in medium and heavy-- wolorh t fleeces and hard twists models. Good sizes___l 14 Special—Men's and young men's dress hati. Frost mixture and smooth finish hat«, $1$ Boys' sizes __1 __ 98c A COAT YOU WILL BE PROUD OF PWar wmp-arounds; loose flttUlg models - Many styles, weight ' H *» «r fu » medium r nnrt ' Good colors and patterns 18 Hats Fine quality fur felt hats in newe.t fall shades JgO .., ... This store is proud of the varied and large %«w*Pri for outfitting of boy WlH ^ 0|lvi ^ 5ro« of the qualit give yo^ Pricei THEHUBCLOTHIER ALGONA, IOWA Tfc« Clothing Corner ' r ^S**3>,

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