PAGE COUNtY ADVANCE ALOONA, fOWA lyHVRSDAV week home of the Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Lloyd Robinson Is Benedick— announcer. ._ loyd , il obin .S. on L AJgona, eon of Mrs. George Spongberg, Mrs. Ben Bakken, and Mrs. Sjostrand SHTIR a group of three Danish songa. Evle Peterson announced the Norwegian, numbers, which were songs by Mrs. J. T. Bohannon and Mrs. Ben Bakken and a 1 reading by Mrs. Edw. Wolcott. In the German division, Mrs. August Huenhold sang songs and gave a reading In German. Donald and Dean Sjogren gave a trumpet durt ->nd Anna Buss gave another reading in German. Mrs. D. D. i Monlux and Mrs. Alma Nelson pre- f»mted a Swedish dialogue, and Mrs. Sjostrand sang a Swedish solo. Birthday cakes were sent to el- 1~<bi e members unable to attend the party. Showers for Algonn Girl— ... : Mabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bride came to the United Fred Zelgler, was honoree, at a shortly after graduation miscellaneous shower Sunday at ugh ecliool at Trondjhem, the home of her parents f>2 wo- Norway She received a B. A. de- men and girls attending.' The aft Mornlngside college, at ternon was spent at Bingo, and the I' j contl " ued Uer ed-: honoree received gifts. Hostesses abroad, at a Munich, Ger- were Mesdames Philip Roether uversity, m preparation for L. A. Matern, Roy Larson and the ^Pi^f fur Sre ?' Wll ' Ch she ro " ^tegvoom's mother, Mrs. Fick- ceivocl ut Wisconsin university, She bohra, Whlttemore ""~_?A the . ho f lti .9 f th * English. Another shower was given this week Tuesday at Kanawha at the ; home of the bride-to-be's uncle, graduated a Mr. Yeakel. miscellaneous shower IS" ft* *. ueatB were the girls Mae and 7™ *^ Ulfers. drove, and * Haukland, of m 0Bd f «?* g nrf th f n^' , of Ry- Tha Rev. F. C. former pastor of the _..,„„ .^.^. Methodist church, performed a single ria<; service before an impro- Tised altar decorated with chrysanthemums, ferns, and an illuminated branch of candelabrum. The bride was. attired in Gainsborough blue crepe, with matching accessories, and she carried a bouquet of talisman roses, away suit was of boy's / — -- — — — • vi TI '.»»., JL*AJ3I leader, aleo attended. Snnday School Class Party— The Methodist Home Builders S. S. class entertained at a party Dewel, Anne Peterson, Charlene —rr* - - c*uu *»ui,u v^iduvutp ouv .ntitCBiSofl* i CTWFTICO Anis «uw~-—»•»•» ay evening:; Barbara Beck,' Rosalie Halpln.l The Presbyterian Missionary S<H len Johnson, El-'Jean BiUhman, Denlee Bredall, and clety will hold Us annual praise Margaret Miller, Lots Barnard, Carol Orooters, Ann service this afternoon (Thursday) nez Harris, and stillttmn, Shirley Weber. and at the church. Fnilowine n uro- Tuttle. Muriel is In the gram the Bryant biitld- Wm. C. bau the Ing. Wa-fan-ynns IHne at Hotel- Fifteen members of the Wa-tan- ye club attended a 6:10 dinner In . Following a pro a covered-dish luncheon ggrye,}. Mrs. L. W. Qllles- pie la president.' Other Society. The Naomi Olrcle will meet tomorrow (Friday) afternon wlfh There were three ....Jt M* *» • • a bridge party day) afternoon tables in play. . . ... The B. T. W. club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Powell. There are eight members* «. «. V>UK»S eiiienamea at a party;ye CIUD attended a 6:10 dinner in morrow t*riaayj aiternon wnn Jast evening (Wednesday) at the the Blue Room of the Algona ho- Mrs - L - F - R| ce. Mrs. C. C. Wright church, with some 85jnen and wb- tel Tuesday evening, and following ami Mr s- Ethellne Banker will be i-drop fa-1 a business meeting the Wa-tan-yo assisting hostesses. There will be B Thanks-1constitution was studied. The next » program, but It has not been faatllttrtd •mafiflwrr will IM* „ U A *i~*tL T>.t»»» PntTinlptorl nf ftlta WrUlnP*. ~ • — *> f Ml" >.».•_ . — T ., v .__ _» V»"W • Jk- o »*«*w uw with some 85 men and wb-1 tel Tuesday evening, and following men in attendance. Gum- J — " .--..- .. ' - — clllfet) UXIU Will IB +. iiwimu— j vv/tt>.Ji,i UULIVJII *T tlEJ ijbUUlUU* JL11W .LHJAl/ ~* *"• — ci- **»«., w>» »u •«»«» -*• giving decorations were features meeting will be a benefit Bingo completed at this writing, or a 7 o clock dinner, which was party next week Tuesday evening The Woman's club will mast ,, , party next wee Tuesay evening e omans cu w ma fol l^ed by a talk and music. I at Laura Mitchell's, and assisting Friday,,cit the public library. Mrs. W. Sullivan is to give a vocal •- - - \ " **•*« MUU uiuoiu, j ttL JUUUJ a, 1VII LUiJm'J O, HUll U*9SlQtlIl£ »v*i*/.,-*»»,i, tiio jjuunu i»w*w,»j. AIJ.I »--. Mi's. P. A. Danson was chairman hostesses will be Flora Tiss, Elvh, w> w - Sullivan is to give a vocal .the committee in charge, and Ewold, and Bertha E. Johnson. : solo, and Minnie J. Coate will give ;her members wern Mr rtanonn tnvorw ™amhn~ <„ 4« *„!.. _ „,.__! a travelog on her trip oust last summer. The Nazarene Woman's Bible S. S. class met yesterday afternoon °M u , . other members were Mr. Danson, Every member Is to take a guest, Mrs. Mabel Sorensen, and Messrs. - — and Mesdames Antone Johnson, Brcakfnst for Early Risers— D °n Miller, Vernon Spongborg The Early Risers club was entertained at 8 o'clock breakfast LBiuuueu 0.1 o o CIOCK oreaKiast \ •»o«"cs>u»jr/ Sunday morning at Mr. and Mrs.j Blanc ha.rd, who lives G. C. Stewart's, 14 members and fairgrounds. six guests attending. The guests T1 'e Congregational were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gill, dnughter Janice, and Mrs. John - „. , . vl .. wll wpuuguulg, lit Rasmusson, and Burdette Agard. Jnspcrsong In Get-Together— A Jaaperson family reunion was he'd Sunday at Mrs. Victor Young's Mason City, and attending were i-.-?.'. . ,u Ja ?P ers on, Glendal'j, um- ivapiua; ana jo | Calf the H. B. Whites, the El- son City. The club wm, urea K ia 3 i MpPnrfcl^ "A 0 ?" 1 an l v, 6 Dr> H< L ' a9!al11 ln three weeks at Mr - and McCorkles, Algona; and the Ralph Mrs. George St. John's. Hofers family, Goodell. Mesdames • White, McCorkle, Hofer,, and I Ex-Algona Girl to Wed— young are daughter of Mrs. A. M.! Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, with Mildred nr^nT' ££ d ^ ,?' and Elmer Rioh ' of the w - C.' Dewel home, aio sons. The Californians left will go to Maxwell Friday after- nrU ?w« me i, at i. end<de Monda y' n0011 to a«end an announcement | after two weeks here. ; party for Elinor Cole, niece of ' Mrs. Thorpe. Miss Cole, former (Wednesday) with Mrs. near Grace the The association will in the old i«-ii«*i if w ^r -lVuptlnl for Mrs. Harsrroavcs- Algona girl, will be married at Monday, aftei ding trip to <jt home in a _ . w Nortk Phillips owned by Helmuth Huenhold. Robinson is with the real es- departmont of Dea ' •M- «i,C. ,;. •"•"»•««•«,•»— ^ngoua gin, win oe ma ™!'f' AT AT T, . H * r sreaveis, the ' Christmas time. She is a ,«,„,. Mrs. Mabel ^Olson, was hon-i of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Cole and shower I for the last two or three years has country ( been in Bankers Life employ at "'" •" Des Woman's hold a rummage postofflce;- room are to bo m | The P/E. O. sisterhood met yes-' terday with Mrs. T. H. Chrlschilles. Mrs. G. W. Stltlman and Lucia Wallace were the program committee. : The members of the local Meth- list Home Missionary society attended an all-day unit meeting at i Lu Verne yesterday (Wednesday). < The Congregational L. O. A. class will meet at Mrs. M. P. Weaver's this evening, Mrs. D. H. Goedors assisting hostess. BIG MANAGER'S SALE NOW IN FULL SWING The Biggest Values We Have Ever Offered ATTEND NOW • m • • • •••••• Department Stores Shower for Gladys Paetz— Phyllis Good and Roberta Simp- -. T ., _,- -•- :•- --son were hostesses at a pre-nup-' Dr> "• e Life Co here and has tial shower last week Thursday 1 above the Iowa Sinte, evening at the former's home hon-' W ' H corridor had^hf o^e d^or^ll ^ "^ <^ y ' Pa6tZ ' Wh ° is t0 be =^,....H. There will be 14 w , orster wa s assistant hostess. Bridge Luncheon Is graduates of the Algona ' hlr ty women attended, and, fol- Mrs. M. P. Weaver and Mrs D jool class of 1937, of which lo wmg a short program, refresh-1 H. Goedero entertained at one o 1 Zeigler was a member. ments were served, in a pink and' clock bridge luncheon last v/eek white color scheme. Mrs. Har- Thursday at the former's home _ was married August Eight guests were seated at a JJUbuque, is office nurse for long table with'a center bouciuet H. Cretzmeyer. -• -'- •• S. Will Meet .Today ays aez ' wo ! « to be The Methodist Woman's ^Home " " larried Thanksgiving day to Cyril Missionary s ocieyt meets this af- k entei no ° un for hi™ , , , ng ay o yr n*.T Th » 1!J •? sot back ^enteicher, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. nda " " (Thursday) with Mrs. Wm. Th » • enecer, son o r. and Mrs. A. o °^ ursay with Mrs. Wm. Three > "o d shoes" form- B Venteicher, Osage, formerly of c - s 'eele, and assisting hostesses m at the top of the door. Knssnfh will hp. MoortnTn^ n T? d..._. __„ ed a wreath at the top of the door, Kossuth. with Mr. Robinson's card below it, ' Members of the S & L and a sign, "Just Married" below force and their friends, 19 ' FedoratioB Board Mncts Jforo— ^ C. H. Swanson, store A \ M - Collinson, F. W. Green, Geo. Johnson, Clinton Lighter, W. G. iujoc auu uieir rrienas, 19 in all ••"""="", Bunion juignter W G attended, and the evening was Mc Cullough, C. W. Morck, Mary snent at Chiuker-Chek and bridge, "pnchey, Jane Clark and Myrtle MlKS T*n ntrz Jo on cVtt/\« n 4- *i— _!._„_ VininST. T^ovnUrtno tirtll t»_ -i _ j i._. ' of chrysanthemums. Following the luncheon bridge was played, Mrs. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton being second. . . i s cashier at the store, Play nt Chnrch Tonight— The Baptist World Wide Guild is presenting a play tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 at the church. The Woman Who Turned Back. This nlav is a missionary production, and the missionary society of the ; ^ — » ---- ....... — .- ....,•«<— s caser a e store, : ,- ons will be led by church will serve refreshments af- Tyenty women attended an ex- and Phyllis and Roberta are in the ' M "- L - J - Malueg and the lesson the the program relres "ments at ™ eetin S °, f , the coun - | dr e s _ s department. ! will be given by Mrs. Donald Mill- \ _ '— J ' *--"- — • "-- ...... Boys' and Girls' Party- Mrs. V. K. Rising entertained at a Thanksgiving party Wednesday from 3:30 till 5:30 for her nephew, Ronald Peterson. Fourteen little boys and girls attended and the euuiiye ooara meeting or the coun- I «iess department. I wui oe given by Mrs. Donald Mill- ty woman's federated clubs Satur- j Another shower will be given er; the thank-offering litany by day at one o'clock luncheon in the, Sunday at the Plum Creek Center Ml ' Sl He nry Douglas. ' Hotel Al^ona's Blue Room. jschoolhouse, and hostesses-will be !n . Mrs. H. E. Woodward, county j Mrs. Henry Bailey aud Mrs. Albert , s N ' n H" Birthdny Observed— "<Vaf H/1TI f oroirrt n>i mi4-1f«_ ~O il_— TVTo r»f Ivt nl- I IxTllT^lnl rl r, -n n-V. i. _ o TI . Martinek. president, gave an outline of the coming year's work. She also discussed the "honor roll" sy^tflm, which has to do with club donations to various organizations and the T)crform!n.K of club activines. -".• •"•i>-ucuu iasi. weeit Tnursaay A club must hare 85 credits out of The honor guests, who were wo- 100 before it can be on the honor men having birthdays between roll. June 1 and December 31, were Mrs Women who attended the meet-, May Williams, Agnes Bilsborough' ing were: land Mesdames Alma Nelson L G' Mrs. Carrie Potter, Algona Wo- 'Willspn, C. E. Roupe, Rachel Shaman's club; Mrs. E. W. Ruske, and ckelford. Nettie Herman, H. E Mrs. J. A. Smith, president and Miner, Nannie Setchell, ' Lenoro secretary respectively of the Fen- Peck, Clara Cronan, Susie Doug- ton Woman's club: Mrs. MiMred las, J. E. Willey, Martin Bonstett- Roblneon and Bernice Jensen, vice'er, and Edith Rich, also Edith president and secretary r&specciv- Reed. Guests of the club were ely of • the Four Corners Mothers Mrs. A. M. Ja s p e r s o n Glen- and Daughters club; Mrs. Cordon <Ja'e, Calif., Mrs. John Storms and Worster and Mrs. W. L. Martin, Mrs. Emma Cosgrove. Mrs. ' Set- president and secretary- treasurer < chell, who is still a hospital winnnAM* tu **!•» _a il_ _ rt 14 /-. + i „. *, i _. . . l.n-v« y— Muriel, daughter of~Dr and Mrs celebrated her day luncheon last week Thursday. The honor guests, who were women having birthdays between June land Dumber 31. W.T. Mr* SMART NEW COATS AT NEW LOW PRICES Chrischilles Store respectively of the South Oresco Mothers and Dauchtera club. - - "- »•* **viij ^Jtl,CV4 Jf"- uent, was not present but lunch was sent to her. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter, president „ • Portland Progross club; MI-S. Roy: ' ncon Esthers Meet Mondny— Sarchett, and Mrs. Claire Winkle, 1 The Q ue en Esthers met Monday president and assistant secretary evenl ng at the Methodist church, respectively of the Union Mothers The entertaining committee, which and na.iifrhters club; Mrs. Penrl Consisted of Jean Murtagh, Ruby A«a and Mrs. Maude Brink, presi- Turn er, and Joan Stenhenson, dent nnd secretary respect'vnly of served a 6 o'clock chili con came the Doan Woman's club; Mrs. Em-, supper. Ellen Johnson had charge ma Chapman, president Progres-! 01 candlelight and worship servic- eive olub, Lu Verne; Hulda Fritzemeier, president Tuesday club, Lu- Verne. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter, representative Plum Creek Social and Literary society; Mrs. Mayme Petersen, Mrs. Mona Bonacher, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Mrs. Roma Budlong, president, vice president, and chairman safety committee and the chairman history committee respectively, Tltonka Woman's club. First Training School Held— I The first woman's Farm Bureau' training school on this year'.-, project. Making the Best Use of Home Produced Foods, was held Monday at Mrs. C. O. Peterson's In Ledyard township, and women in Ledyard and Lincoln townships attended all-day sessions, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mr g Ruth Seaton Hicks, new county H. D. A., conducted another euch meeting Tuesday for Irr- ington-Pnairie women at Mrs. Albert Johnson's in Prairie. At both meetings the market prir/ea of common foods were compared with the cost of the same foods Produced and prepared In the home. Mrs. Hick s pointed out that using homegrown cereals, vegetables, and home-baked bread, cakes, and cookies, will greatly decrease expenditures. The time element in home food preparation was considered in cost comparisons. Spending money for sea foods, fresh lettuce, and citrus fruits in winter to provide the body the vital food elements is not considered extravagent, Mrs. Hicks emphasized. Such purchases can take the nw e O f commercially prepared foods. Mrs. Hicks also declared that buying In quantity usually saves money. She discussed bulk-buying from the standpoint of cutting costs. Leaders who attend training school will delived the messages to other women in their respective communities at neighborhood study group meetings. Church Has Birthday Party- Some 100 members attended a First Lutheran congregational birthday supper last week Thursday evening at the church honoring persons witb birthday anniversaries between April and December. Table decorations were in goTd. rose, and white, with pompoms, tapers, and decorated birthday cnVns. A unique program followed the sunner, a radio broadcast, with rf ,T,rnirt«"t*nn nf native entertainment from foreign countries. The' ROT. M. A. Sjostraad, pastor, was A Special Misses Silk Dress Sale CnrTschilles S5 IT O We have placed on sale about 25 this season's wool dresses—mostly small sizes and juniors—a few size 18 and one 20, including about a dozen Mello- swades—ALL NEW GARMENTS—valued to $11.75, at one little, small price of $5.98 Youll be amazed at the beauty, the smartness, the style.—_of these warm, practical coats at the most reasonable prices in years, The backward season has left the manufacturers crying for help_—_and_ we dipped into the market at just the right time, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUB NEW WINTEB COAT. Everything from the chic, untriiomed sport models to the lavishly furred dressy coats are here In bewildering assortments, Yes, we have the biggest, the most wonderful coat stock in mapy years. B now and get the benefit of these varied selections. $11.85 $17-95 $*5.00 Other coats at $89.75 and ALGONA, IOWA SPECIALS PHONES 420 - 421 Free Delivery Fine granulated (Limit) i Red A SUGAR 10 LB.45G IGA Dawn Crepe Toilet Paper Broils 37c Blue G Coffee Cup and Saucer FREE Lb. 25c 18-K Coffee Packed in Glass Jar Lb 29c 18-K Coffee Choice of Red, Blue Green Fancy Cannisters 2 Ibs. 53c Hard Candy Fresh Fancy Mixed. Just in. 2 Ibs. 2Sc RED A Coffee, 3 Ibs. _43c m* K ib. r Baking Chocolate _13<i IfiA^Jl Flavors Des. PoAvder, 4 pks. 18p Pure Vanilla, 2-oz. hot. _ IGA Ground Spices 14-oz. pk?. IGA Currants, pkg. IR«. Cello P!t|f. Dates, fresh, pkg. _20fi Calif. Figs, pkg. ___ IGA fl-07. Mince Meat 2 pkgs. No. 1 Fancy Peanut Butter 2 Ibs. 19c Chocolate Covered Cherries _1 Ib. box Citron Peel 2 boxes Mix. Peels 2 boxes Glazed Cherries, pkg. Glazed Pineapple, pkg. ___ COFFEE LB, 15C 18-k 2^-oz. Red Cherries _______ 9£ Xtra Whipped Salad Dressing, qt. 37^ Carol Full Quart Sweet Pickles -. ____ 270 IGA Flavor, Si-ox, bot. Beverages ___3 for IGA, Jumbo Cans Tomato Juice 12-o/. cans Cranberry Sauce ------ 2 cans 18-k No. 1 Tall Fruit Cocktail ___2 cans 290 18-k Pears, No.. 2% can 230 Cut Wax or Green 18-k Beans, No. 2 2 cans 29t No. 2J4 pans 18k Pumpkin __2 cans 21e Xo. m In syrtm 18-k Sweet I otatoes __^2 cans 29p 18-k Fancy lied Salmon, No. 1 tall _240 Best Pink, No. 1 tall^an Salmon 2 cans 25c Jumbo Peanuts Fresli Roasted. 2 lb *^ii!^: 25c Bulk Dates Fresh. '. ' ;-,.''/ • ' ^^^^^ JPI &*** M| «^K V ^^ ^1 STEELE O'Goats A Coat with Our Assures You of / Correct Style Graham Crackers 1 Ib. box _____ 9 C P & G Soap 10 bars ----- 35 C Brown Sugar Medium. 51b». BANANAS 5^25c Royal Gelatin AH Flavors. 4 pkgs ------- 19 C Soda Crackers 2-lb. box ____ 13 C Omar Flour 49-lb. POTATOES, Early Ohio 100-lb. bag $1.09 POTATOES, Irish Cob's 100-lb. bag GBAPEFBUIT, Tex. Seedless, 1 doz. ___^ LETTUCE, large head ORANGES, med. size 1 doz. IGA Flour POTATOEMrishcob's eck 2-lb. pkg. ---- ?i»«tARD MIJfCE HAM, Ib. __ EEF BOAST Ib. SPAKE BIBS, Ib. Polling Bound or STEAK, Jb Fresh SIDE I'OBK -2 Ibs. 25* '' 1 7.50 22.50 27.50 Come in tomorrow ... w^Ul guarantee to fit you perfectly,., to produce colors and patterns you'll admire . ,, to give you quality at a priae tjiaj will W* you as being vmwka&l reasonable.
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