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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1934 Pink Family Reunion— The Pink family, one of the bes known and honored families of But felo center ahd the northeastern par of Kossuth county h«ld a reunion 01 Sunday of last week at the State Par' at Algona with 35 relatives present David Pink ol Buffalo Center, who 1 86 years old and thft oldest membe present, was the guest of honor. Fol lowing the picnic dinner at noon, elec tion of officers was held. Those pre sent were iMr. and Mrs. John Pink and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stot and son, Keith, of Tltonka, Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orevles and son, Francis Mr. and Mrs. David Pink, Jr., and daughter, Aleta, of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs. !•. A. Bolenas and family of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs .B. E. Banders and James Asa of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Hawley and Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and daughter, Constance Joy of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grothaus and Nora Huffman of Delft, Minnesota. Baptist Mission Cirdie— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday, August 16th, at the church. The lesson will be on "New Opportunities and Building the New Japan," with Mrs. J. Freeh, leader. Roll call will be answered with Bible quotations of dedication. SERVICE with SMILES service with a smile is all right. But when you drive In here that smile becomes smlle8. For we enjoy serving you and you will enjoy our capable and careful attention. , You'll like our products and the smiles and miles we add to your driving, see you today? DELDUTCH SERVICE STATION Reunion of 1923 H. S. Class— A reunion of the members and their families of the 1923 Algona high school class was held Sunday ev-ening at the Call State Park with about 35 in all present. A covered dish picnic was enjoyed and the rest of the evening was spent informally with such a good time had that it is planned to make this occasion an annual affair. Twenty- two members were present and are listed as follows: Melvin Henderson of Pomona, California, Esther Free Duncan of Westfteld, New Jersey, Dr. Richard Thompson of Hurt, Helen Wheelock Dllllngham of Fenton, Thea Clark Haldeman of Hurt, Ralph Relmers of Whittemore, Lucille Windell Zerfass, Loren Brown, Theo. Hutchison, Helen Murtagh Hutchison, Opal farchett Bourne. Hiram White. Helen Jasperson White. Lcola Zeigler, Bernard Green, Victor Steil, Priscilla South?ate, Irving Urch, Myrtle Johnson Rutlcdge, Eula Johnson Rich, Frances Nelson Bnrrickman, Ch-irles Barrickman. Miss Minnie J. Coate, Mr. and Vlrs. J. F. Overmyer snd Miss Lola Dreesman were guests of the class. Jampflre Girls' Picnic— The girls, with the exception of two who were members of a former Camp- Ire organization whose leader was Mrs. Robert West, now of Perry. Iowa, met nd enjoyed a picnic supper Saturday v-sning at the Call Park. After the I'cnlc the rest of the evening was pent singing campflre songs and in Isiting at the home of Mrs. O. H. r ree. Those present were: Mrs. R. L. Duncan of Westfleld. New Jersey. Mrs, Kenneth Wight of Clayton, New Mexico, Mrs. West and daughter, Virginia, of Perry, Mrs. Lyle L. Pugh of Algona, Mrs. Cliff Aalfs. Mrs. Lyle Mathes. Mrs. Kermit Setchell. Mrs. M. O. Bourne, and Mrs. Harry McCorkle all of Algona and Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock. Hostesses at Dinner Party- Mrs. Joel Herbst. Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. Walter Lorenz and Marie Wehler were hostesses at, a seven o'clock dinner bridge party Monday evening which was given at the Country Club house. The guests were seated at four long tables which were prettily decorated with flower bouquets and candles. A yellow color scheme was used. Following the dinner, bridge was played at ten tables. Mrs. Wade Sullivan received the first prize, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, the second and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway the third prize. Mrs. Theo. Hutchison received the cut prize. Dinner Party Friday- Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Duncan of West- fleld, New Jersey, were host and hostess Friday evening at a seven o'clock dinner party at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. O. H. Free. Five couples were guests and spent the evening at auction bridge. High family prize went to Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and second high family prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway. Mrs. Shumway also received the travel prize. Vlrgfn-Shlita Nnptlftfe — Mrs. Cora Virgin and Frank Shilts, both of Algona, were united In marriage Wednesday morning of last week at 11:30 at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart of Algona, the latter a sister of the bride, were the couple's attendants. The bridal couple left immediately after the ceremony for Hastings, Nebraska, where the new Mrs. Shilts' daughter lives. They were expected back today (Thursday). Mrs. Shilts has been employed in the ready-to-wear department of Christensen Brothers' dry goods store and has a wide acquaintance and many friends in Algona who will extend best wishes. Mr. Shuts is one of Algona's well known barbers and has been In business here many years. Mrs. George Free Hostess— Mrs. George Free entertained last Wednesday evening at a party which was given in honor of Mrs. Glenn Beisemler, whose husband is the assistant manager of the Gamble store. Brldg? was played at six tables with Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck receiving the first prize, Mrs. Maurice McMahon the second prize, and Mrs. Beisemler was presented with a guest prizfc. The guest and hostess were Chi Omeea sorority sisters at Ames. Party Honors Gnest— A bridge party, honoring her guest, Margaret Lease of Spirit Lake, was given by Margaret Vigars last Friday •evening. Following an evening of flr-H prize was presented to Isa- Greenberg and low prize to Virginia Schnepf. Margaret Lease returned to her home Monday and was accompanied by Oeorga Anne Geigel who will visit there for a -short time. Party for Mrs. Anderson- Mrs. H. A. Norman arid Mrs. Martin Swanson entertained at a dinner Sunday at the Norman home in honor ol Mrs. Anders Anderson, who celebrated her birthday the previous Wedesday Beside the hostesses and their husbands those who attended wer? Mrs Beda Carlson and Mrs. Johnson ol Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olin an<1 family of Spencer, Alvln Norman of Royal, and Bertha Johnson of Algona Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Olin, Mrs. Swanson H. A. Norman and Alvln Norman are children of Mrs. Anderson. .Evening c. C. Party — Sixty-four guests were present at the sev?n o'clock dinner nt the evening Country Club party Tuesday evening and watched men on the committee distinguish themselves with their excellent serving. Following the dinner a silhouette contest was held with Mrs. M. P. Weaver's side winning, members of the side cut for the prize. Bridge was th-5n played and high scores went to Mrs. J. L. Bonar and W. B. Quarton. Mrs. Joe Greenberg received the blind prize. Dance Recital— Bernice Stock will present her danc- ng pupils in a recital at Eagle Grove Friday evening. About 100 students, many of them in advanced classes, will ake part. Bernice has been conducing dancing classes in Eagle Grove all ummer and also has a class at West Jend. She is physical training instruc- or in the Eagle Grove schools. Dinner Guests- Mrs. J. W. Little was hostess to a group of friends and relatives Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. R. W Oliver enjoyed a picnic at the State Park at Algona Wednesday evening. Helen Ford, and Catherine Kelso returned home Saturday evening after spending a week at the Century of Progress. Marguerite Fleming, who acompnnled them there, went to Detroit, Michigan, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reimers. &xxa&0io®aa^^ Consider Your Fall Beauty— Maybe you have enough to worry about right now but what about your over-tanned skin and sun-dried hair, then too, you should have your hair cut and trained to look well under that new fall hat. The truly smart woman starts off with a new hat that reflects the mode. Your race focur-as attention, you know, and the silhouette topped by the right hairdress and hat marks you are in the fashion know. Since many hats are worn "Profile" fashion, that Is, 'off one side of the head to reveal tin? hat in outline, your halrdrcss must be trained right or It will only serve to ruin the .effect of ycur ensemble. Come In and let Mrs. Dailey help you with your beauty probkm. Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe Phone 803 Algona, Iowa. Afternoon C. C. Party— Aug. 22nd Is the date set for the next afternoon Country club pzlAy which will be the usual one o'clock luncheon followed by a afternoon session of bridge. Chairman of the committee in charge is Mrs. W. D. Andrews with the following committee: Mrs. P. J. Christensen, Mrs. W. T. Peters of Burt. Mrs. Mel Falkenhalner and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Two Slslers Hostesses— Mrs. Lyle Mathes and Mrs. Kennlt Setchell were joint hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon given Monday at the home of their mother, Mrs. S. French'. Auction bridge was played by the guests at three tables following the luncheon. Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mrs. George Elbert received first and second prizes respectively. Observes Sixth Birthday— Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holtcbauer, observed bis sixth birthday Monday and In honor of the occasion was host to a number of his friends. The children played games In the afternoon and a luncheon was served later by Mrs. Holtzbauer. Bobby received many presents. Pint Meeting— The first meeting of the new club year will be held by Plum Creek Literary club on Wednesday afternoon, August 29, "and will be In the form of a children's picnic. Any member not at a dinner. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oelgel and Georga Anne and George Hackman. also Mrs. Little's mother, Mrs. J. M. Oleson of Humboldt and her sisters, Martha Oleson of Des Moines and Mrs. T. D. Foster of Indianapolis, Indiana. Doan Lady is Victim of Lockjaw Doan: Mrs. Dale Strutters stepped on a nail two weeks ago, and thinking that it was nothing to worry about as the nail had not gone in very deep, she didn't think it was necessary to take a shot of toxin. Two days later, she had the shot anyway, and in about a week shj was taken seriously ill with lockjaw. She has a mild case however, and the only thing that helped her was that first shot, otherwise the disease would have been much worse. She is getting along nicely now and will be up and around again in a few days. WHTTTEMORE NEWS Good Hope Grain Yield Is Pleasing Good Hope: Despite the recurrent rains progress Is being made with the threshing of small grain. There is general satisfaction with the yield ol oats It being much better than hac been anticipated earlier in the season Yields are running from 10 to 43 bushels. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Bourne of Algona -Sunday. William Dodds suffered a serious injury to his foot Monday when he ran a nail into it while working around the barn. Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Brown of Garler and Elmer Chlpman and daugh- ;er, Vera, were callers at. Good Hope parsonage Sunday. A surprise for the Louis Broesders was arranged by relatives and other >Iends Sunday in honor of the Broes- ders' second wedding annivfcrsary. Dinner was served at noon. Mrs. James Holding accompanied the Chris Longs to Oakdale Monday, the former for a check-up of her health and the latter for special treat- ment for their young son wha suffered an attack of infantile paralysis several years ngo. The Lester Mitchells of Chicago visited the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell from Thursday of last week to this Monday. A family dinner of the relatives was held at the State Park Sunday. Wlllard and Willis, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell returned with them and will attend the Century of Progress fair. $^<®SSV>&a($®S^^ Get Your Auction Money at The bringing children of her ask one other child. own may Mrs. Bert Cronan Hottess— Mrs. Bert Cronan entertained her Larlcln club Tuesday night at her home. Bridge was played during the evening and Mrs. Jensen received the first prize, Mrs. John Dutton the travel prize and Mrs. Ed Sheenan the consolation prize. Another Strike—1000 Gamble Stores and Agencies go on strike during August—against higher prices. Up to W<, off their regular cut prices—-3-tine hay [ork, 73c— 50' V Rope, 59c—Lunch Kits, 89c—6-oz. Cocoa Hardwater Soap. 3c bar. 33 COLUMBIAN RED TOP GRAIN BINS Colgate ar Palmoliv Toilet Goods E Reducei on 1?U nalioiially kimu n .sluiKliiij. 1 ; value-- nn Suaj every day. < 'heck the a them loday. Colgate Dental 1Q C'ri-iiin, laiv,.- ml,,; 1 JC Colgate Dental or Cream, (ii.ii,: :nbv «JJC Colgate Dental 1Q Powder, lar.'e iize IjC Colgate Dental OC Powd.-r. uoiiL'.t: a^ 03C Colgate Talcs, 1Q your eh ACC li/C Colgate cold cream fQ Churmi.-, 1 !b \jj\> Vaseline Hair O 1 ? Tunic, regular &S 1 (_ Vaseline Hair rn Tunic. -.Mr a value ~'.ic . Ul V. Shave Cream, ^^ PalmolHe, large tube . .£Jv. After Shave Talc 1A PuIlliolUe ij\, ; E. W. AI.<;O.\. We Have Auction r £ Money conomy Sale i Prices products. Hen- arc oiit- > and ' 'oilct rics y< MI use •l ic|c>. ymi need and Imy Palmolive Soap, C _ per bar . JL After shave lotion OQ After shave Talc 1Q« <•.,-, .1.; It/L After Shave 0(J _ l.-/.'.'ii. r.^-v t)*/C Rapid Shave Cr. _ OC C. 1 '.:-;..'..- i.ii,/.. :i.i,e .... £OC Shampoo, 9C« K..'J ...• :• •• 4 <•• b' !<'• • £OC Soap, Cashmere _ 1A li'j^ij .> ! :j . i; •;;«•. bar . JLuV < !• uriurrly :ii<.. a take) Perfumed Soaps I..n,"!.ui :• C ar- i-M? 29c LUSBY V- 10\VA. Wise farmers in this community are storing their grain in Columbian Grain Bins and Belling when grain prices are highest. A 10-cent rise in price will Eay for your Columbian Grain tin. Columbian Red Top (Bins ire called "the perfect bins" by usem everywhere. Itat-prouf, weather-tight and tire »afe. Kasier to erect. iH-ep horizontal swedges give them double (strength. Ventilating tubes. Have dozens of valuable uses after your wh<-at i^ told. Columbiiin Bins .save 'the big expense of having to store wheat in teriiiiriai elevators. The hrst year pays for tin; bin. NEW PRICES With All Fr«i 9 hk P.id &U;Lu K'dT'.ul!]:! .. % 78.OO l.uwLu K. ij !•<:, Inn tll.OO 11. i 1.,. :',:.. 132.OO 1 i'.i, L Alk l fcED BOTTOM TAAIU HOGFEtOtBi L..J1; , F. S. Norton & Son phone ^a. Marcclla Cullen spent the week end in Emmetsburg. John Origer visited friends In West Bend Saturday. Olivia Behkne Is suffering with a bad felon on her finger. Joe Butler visited frtencSs in Oil- more City Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jergcas and family visited friend* at West Bend on Sunday. Leo Kelm and Bill Mallory of Emmetsburg visited with friends here on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Waugh of Spirit Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Bur dine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Elbert of Algona visited their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Fandel and family Sunday. Charles, Joe and Leo Dahlhauser of Algona visited their aunt, Mrs. John Bisenius and family last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oliver spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Omelin at Mason City. Earl Luchilnger who is stationed at the CCC camp at Forest City, spent the we:k end with his parents. Mrs. Josephine Haag. son, John and Viola Hansen visited relatives at, Madelia and Fergus Falls, Minn., recently- Lucille, Eileen and Catherine O'Brien went to Oakdale Thursday morning to visit their sister, Mary Alma. Among those on the sick list this we*k are E. Saager, Mrs. J. W. Simpon, Geo. Schlei and Mrs. Peter Red- Ing . Mrs. George Mergen was in West Bend Sunday to visit her sister, sister Mary Oervase of Carroll, who was there. Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal and family of Wesley visited Mr. and Mrs. John Thul Sunday. The ladies are tisters. Paul, Harold, Mildred and Cornelia Kollu-sch and Tom Cogley of Bancroft visited Mr. and Mrs. John Bisenius recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Sttil and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ryan of EmmeUburg vi^iti-d Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hayes, on Sunday. Marion Hiiag, daughter (.( Mr. and Mr=. Peter Haag, Jr., is .suffering with . 011 loot a;> the n-isult of stepping on nail. U. F. Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Uui.iiitutu r of W bt Bfi.d vi-iu-d with Mr. .inci .Mia. Henry Bunn-ileUer on i~uK(!ay. Mr. and Mr.s. Connie D^ylc are the pa:-en!,, uf a baby girl. The Uoylus n.w have a line family ol two boys Lii.ll t.i.0 yll'lj. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake, Frank Hi. ti-iik-hii-r. and Annette Bt-iten- lelim r vi.=it d with Mr. and Mr.i. C. U Uurnin at Minneayolia Sunday. Mr-.. Karl McGovern and dauglitLi;> Of Watel'1,0 VklLU llili i>i>ellt t'..: piVbl wc.k vi. iling Mr. and Mrs. Frank Der- r.er. relumed to her home Friday. Mr. Haitmau of N-.-vada, Iowa, and I>.jn and G. W. Habemcht ol Union (.'oil' 4u at Lincoln, Nebiaoka, v.ere the UiiesU of Wimlied Cailble the past Vveek. Mr- and Mis. Elmer Jei^.eii, Mrs. H. V. Hockchbtriy and Velnia. Mae of Mason C'.ly veiled Mr. and Mrs, Robert Fiimtll Sunday. Mrs. FaiiKll was on t:.e tick lut. Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Royal vu.it- ed Irene Hooney Sunday. Mary Ca- t.'it-riiie, Margaret, and Geraldine Kooney who have .p. nt the pa^t iwo Weeki tl.eic. iLtuj'r.ed home. Mr and Mis. J. F. MuCreery and liiniily u.,itid local relative-i lu-ix- on Kul-Uay. This Wu.-, Mis MeCltei'l's in.-=1 Uio iu-ie sji,ix- s:.e bloke her liip heie ui:ie moiitlu ayu. Ml' aiiu Mis. J. f. UiileiUiake. Dr. and Mis. H. E. Woodward, Alice Cairy Let Electrical Aids Do All Your "Drudgery" Jobs Check This List of Electrical Helps Toasters Electric Mixers Electric Fans Dish Washers Electric Irons Hoover Vacuum Cleaners Westinghouse Refrigerators Electric Cooking Plates Percolators Lighting Fixtures You'll find them all at Pratt Electric Phone 170 Abo Auction Dollars CALL THEATRE COOL AND COMFORTABLE Wed., Thurs., Fri., Aug. 15-16-17 Matinee Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Saturday Double Feature, August 18 It's a navy picture—fun t Come on for Saturday fun. "'-^AYRES^' Alice. FAYE SHILORS HIM CUE! nMIMTCKU uci mm and Robert Armstrong Ann Southern in a girl reporter newspaper story, "THE HELL CAT" Serial and News. Sunday; Monday*. August 19-20 and all week. 3 Biff Vaudeville Acts 3 1 Mahendra the m; 2 The Great Lester— Ventriloquist 3 Kiron, the Egyptian Dancer Wlerd and exotic dances of the far east. Motion Picture Program In addition. RICHARD BARTHELMESS "midnight ALIBI New News; Mickey Mouse; Little Jack Little Revue with radio and stage stars. IT'S A GRAND SET UP! .. Drive 50 miles to Me U. .. Tuesday Bank Night, August 21 Approved by Federated Clubs. 3 Big Vaudeville Acts Mabendra, the Mystlo, The Great Lester, Ventriloquist, and Klron. the Egyptian Dancer. First of the New FALL STYLES As u result of our recent trip to the eastern style centers, we have for your choosing the newest and smartest styles'for fall wear. Stunning Silk Dressea-^-Chic Woolen Dresses —Charming Velvet Dresses all in the season's smartest styles and colors. CHIC MILLINERY! FOR FALL Berets Coolie Sailors Triconers and Bucaneer Modes of Velvet and Felt in shapes: au<f sizes To .suit your type. Stylish Footwear to Complete Your Outfit Suedes «•••• Kid The oufstandimr colors in footwear for Fall are Ulaek and Brown —in smart patterns in pumps and tie styles. Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER

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