Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1939 · Page 10
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MOB TEN <z? Jwintj Swing is young — whether you choose it in a belt- less coat with shoulder yoke, or in a ' front fullness, fitted style. Chrischilles Store ••••i ••••••••i LEGS ARE DIFFERENT AFTER ALL How glorious to slip inta a pai, O f hes» m«ds ts perfectly fit your own measurements . not just in length and foot size but inT ankle, calf and th,gh as well. Tall, average or small, we have a Phoemx Stocking proport.oned to suit your very own leg require- personal^ m ' ' ' "' Wel '- fittin 9 hosief > ^P'ove, 9 your log CONSTANT . . . Darker neutral beige INTRIGUE ... A toasted tan Sl.OO PHOEMX CUSTOM-FIT PROPORTIONED HOSIERY Chrischilles Store $17.95 $19.75 KOS&JTH COtTNtY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday (today)— D. A. R.'g a t Mrs. Horteiise Ferguson's, one o'clock luncheon. Parent-Teacher association, high school auditorium, 7:45 p. m Wa-Tan-Ye club, Laura Mitchells, 8 p. m. Iota Sigma Chapter World-Wide Guild, Baptist parsonage, 7:30 p. m. Carnpfire Girls, Frances Sorensen's, 7:30 p. m. Methodist Bible Searchers class, parsonage, 2:30 p. m. First Lutheran church, 8 p. m. Rebekahs, Dehnert p. m. . Brotherhood. hotel, 7:30 Wednesday (tomorrow)— Methodist Home Builders class, church, 6:30, March dinner. Cottage Methodist prayer groups, 2 to 3 p. m. homes of Mrs. L. E. Potter, Mrs. Elsie Cady, Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank. English Lenten services, Trinitj Lutheran church, 7:30 p. m., Rev. E. J. Otto, West Bend, charge. th in South Cresco Mothers & Daugh ters club, with Mrs. Donald Sparks, 2:30 p. m., Mrs. B. F Sparks assisting. Thursday- Presbyterian missionary society L. G. Willson's, 2:30 p. m., Mrs Clarence Shilts, leader. Baptist mission circle, church 2:30 p. in., Mrs. Henry Furst leader. Mrs. Ray Anderson's Methodist S. S. class, Mrs. Leslie Saul's, 6, pot-luck supper. St. Thomas Episcopal Guild, , Mrs. Claire Anderson's, on Gilbert farm, 1 o'clock Lenten luncheon. Methodist S. S. board meeting Dr. S. W. Meyer's, 8 p. m. Congregational Circles, 2:30 p. m.— Mrs. Pearl Potter's, at Mrs C. C. Wright's. Mrs. H. D. Hutchins' circle, at Ella Thompson^, with Mrs. E. R. Martin as speaker Mrs. W. E. Laird's circle, at Mrs. E. J. Murtagh's. Mrs, W P French's circle, at Mrs. Stewart Ward s. Mrs. Albert Granzow and Mrs. John Dutton, assisting Quarterly Fellowship supper, First Lutheran church, 6:15 p. m. Lenten services, First Lutheran church, 8 p. m. Methodist choir party, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich's, 9 p. m. Friday— Royal Ambassadors, Baptist parsonage, 7:30 p. m., Ronald Jenkins, counsellor. St. Patrick young women's meet- bers. Lunch of ice cream and cake was served after the meeting. Union Fonr-H Girls aieet— Union Twp., Mar. 3—The Union Aletheans 4-H club girls met at Lois and Trella Gardner's Saturday, and roll call was answered by Mildred Romstad, Eileen Sorpnsen, Joyce Rorustad, Eileen Lieurance, Letty and Betty Sarchet, and Lois and Trella Gardner. A demonstration was given by Frances Sorensen and Mildred Elmore. This was the girls' second or third meeting this year. Mrs. A. B. Schenck gave a talk on home beautification, and lunch was served by Mrs. Gardner. T. 3V. T. Club Has Meeting- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hilton were hosts and hostess to the T. N. T. club Thursday evening. Members are the married Beta Sigma Phi members and husbands. Messrs, and Mesdames Donald Miller, Kenneth Knudsen, Donald Gardner, Bob Williams, and Eugene Hutchins are the other members. A progressive game of bridge, court whist, and Chinker-Chek was played at three tables, Mr. Williams winning high for men. Mrs. Donald Miller for women. St. Thomas Announcements— Wednesday evening at the church, with Mr. and Mrs. John Weber as chairmen of the entertaining com- mittee, Mr. and Mrfl. W, 0. Rtog- genberg, and Mesdames Howard Seeley, Edw. Carney, Delmar Coop- er, Perry Collins, Chtl« and R. E, tnghatn Moating. Mrs< W. A. Vlg&ra . entertained There will be a Holy Communion celebration- of at the St; ing, Nazarene meeting. Holy Communion church, evenine ° Service, St - ~ ~>«i»iwn oci vice, ot. iflomas Episcopal church, 9:30 a. Saturday— Presbyterian annual St. Patrick dinner, public at church, 5 p. m. till all are served. Next Monday— Jackets and skirts, in lush colors — fitted above and swinging below — in soft, comfortable fabrics you'll wear from now on! $12.85 to $19.75 Chrischilles Store 4-H training school, Bancroft 10 a. m. till 4 p. m. ' Woman's Club Hears Miller— fi, -nr 3 ' Miller was s P e aker before the Woman's club Friday in the assembly room of the library, Mrs. U H. Cretzmeyer, president, pre- sidmg. Mr. Miller spoke on federal reserve system, giving the set-up A s ? stem consl sts of 12 districts fn" »h n, • Cal banks are members m the Chicago or seventh district , Every national bank is required to be a member, and state banks may I u° n the same terms - A member bank is required to carry a certain percentage of cash, known as its reserve, in a federal bank I and a member bank has the privilege of borrowing from a federal bank by securing the loans with eligible notes. Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand S ang a solo accompanied by Mrs. Louise Wright, and Mrs. George St. John gave a report on bills pending in the legislature. At the next club meeting March ^4 there will be election of officers. St. Thomas Guild Meeting— St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will rh! e ^h M / S / Claire And erson's on the Gilbert farm for a second Lenten luncheon at one p. m. Thursday, and assisting hostesses will be Mesdames George Benschoter, Olenn Raney, George Schlieff, John iathani, all of Algona, and Mrs. I£ lbe '^ Benschoter, Whittemore. Hie Rev. Father Schrock, St Thomas priest-in-charge will speak on The Church in Nevada as typical of western missionary districts. Father Schrock was rector of Trinity church, Reno, and general missionary for the church in Nevada for three years before coming to northwest Iowa. Dinner Honors Two Birthdays— Mrs. Mayme Winkel entertained at a birthday dinner Thursday evening honoring her son, Dr. J B Winkel, and his senior partner, Dr' L. W. Fox, local veterinarians. Doctor Fox's birthday was March 7, and Doctor Winkel's March 9 Guests besides the honorees were Mrs. Fox, Mrs. J. B. Winkel, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, William Dodds Union township, and Mr. and Mrs Al Sterzing, Sioux City, former Al- gonians. The Sterzings were guests at the Fox home. Banquet for Eastern Stars- Some 165 men and women attended the Eastern Star banquet Friday evening at the Masonic Temple. Tables were decorated ip the Star colors, red, green, blue, yellow, and white. Streamers ran down the center, with yellow lighted tapers here and there. Mrs Lucille Johnson, Eagle Grove instructor for Diet. No. 4, had charge of Initiatory work, which was attended by 150 Eastern star mem- Thomas- Episcopal church Friday morning at 9:30. It will last less than half an hour, for the accommodation of members in business. The choir will meet for rehearsal Thursday evening at 7. Alonzo Atkin, new reporter at the Upper Des Moines, who is a member of Gethsemane parish at Minneapolis, Is attending the St. Thomas services and has joined the choir. Church Men's Club Elects— Some 60 members of the Presby- :erian Men's club and the wives attended a 6:30 covered-dish supper Thursday evening at the church. Election of officers took place, and Norman Fried of the S. & L. store vas named for president; Alfred Schultz, vice; Dr. A. J. Eason, secretary; Alwln Huenhold, treasurer John G. McDowell, high school principal, read a history of the church from, 1857 till now. 'arty for Former Algonians— Dr and Mrs. L. W. Fox enter- amed at a card party Wednesday venmg honoring their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sterzing, Sioux City Two tables were in play Mr jterzing winning high for men-' Mrs. Joseph Harig, high for vomen. The Sterzings lived here vhen Mr. Sterzing, a highway pa- rolman, was assigned to this territory. Small Party Honors Visitors— Mrs. John G. McDowell entertained .at two tables of bridge last Thursday, honoring her guests, Mis. John Gunn, Iowa Falls, and Mrs. David Ward, Kansas City. Mrs. Gunn, an aunt of Mrs. McDowell, came Thursday for the week-end, and Mrs. Ward and her husband went home Saturday after a visit here since Wednesday. S. S. Class to Have Party— The Methodist Home Builders class will meet for 6:30 dinner ——————i DRESS of the Week Ctrisckilles SJ IT O S& ID Here's the cutest, smartest popular-priced dress of the season — shown here in navy — description above. Others in jacket styles at this same price. Sizes 14 to 20 and 38 to 24y 2 — reasonably priced at only $7*95 .... , , Let the Shears of an Expert cut and Your Spring Suit to Personal For one day only, Friday, "ft Expert Stylist and will be in attendance at our StoS to give you his personal atten tion. , u " i . ' i He will measure you to insure » Suit of fitted perfection he will assist you in styling the ?ar ment and selecting a fabric to in sure it most favorable becomingness to you. fc When he returns to the Shops where the Suit is tailored, he will watch every step in the making and see that every detail is carried out exactly as he planned it If you want that kind of a Suit here is an opportunity to buy it ... at a price no greater than you must pay for any ordinary suit For Spring Brand New Arrivals Men's & Young Men's SUITS in the very newest styles .00 25 The First Call of the Season What's new ... what's different for Spring in men's suits! Here at The Hub you can see the first arrivals from our regular makers. We've hand picked their best lines for smart new patterns in authentic new styles. The man who realizes the advantage of "first choice" will find this collection well worth his time ... and the values are more than worthwhile. • Of particular interest are the 3-button smg e-breasted models in tweeds and rough fabru*; and the popular double-brewed drapes in worsteds. Green's the Big Spring Color Hit With the Smart Early Birds. There are greens and greens-but these an. m - . greens-subdued greens _ greens' ,„ ,, y taste. Greens in tweeds, ££X £J green leads them all right now

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