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The Algona Pppar DM MoteM, Alfrma. towa. Pot. 18,1936^ Farm and Food Price Fables Republican campaign In the East promises WSJ food prices to th* consumer. Market baskets are carried from door to door showing horrtP*lTF» the higher prices cans** by fliei Boonevelfl farm program. The Republican farm plank is made absolutely meaningless by this high pressure cheap food campaign In the East, because 1932 Retail Food Prices, mean 1932 Farm Prices Don't Vote Yourself Back to 1932 The Iowa Farmers' Committee for Roosevelt 618 Grand Avenue, Des Moines NEW DESIGNS All of the newest Armstrong's nationally advertised patterns now on display. We use the approved Armstrong method of laying with felt cushion under linoleum and all seams waterproofed. Our stock of felt base rugs is unsurpassed and our price is less because of our great volume. For thn week we offer a heavy grade 9x12 rug at the astoundingly low price of $4.95 Richardson's Furniture Co. Where Furniture Sells for Less Tues., Wed., Thurs., Oct. 13-14-15 Dally matinee 2:30. Midnight Show 10:30 Wednesday Edwin C. Hill News Fri., Sat., Oct. 16-17 Call Theatre Fall Bargain 2 Excellent Feature* 2 Comedy Wheeler and Woolsey in "Mummy's Boys" Drama Lyle Talbot and Marguerite Churchill in "Murder by an Aristocrat" Missionary Meeting— The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met, Thursday, at a one o'clock dues paying luncheon In the church parlors, charge. The officers were In Mrs. Minnie Long Is the LOUISE RAINS new president. The principal part of the program was a play, "Two Masters," in which the characters were played by Mrs. Dolph Miller, Mrs. V. Spongberg, Mts. A. Michel, Mrs. Earl Mason, Mrs. Rae Asher, Mrs. Burdette Agard, and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Algona Woman's Club— The members of the Algona Woman's club enjoyed a very fine meeting at the club room in the library, Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. M. Potter gave a talk on "The American Home and Its Library." Mrs. Lura Sanders talked on "Books for Children," and had new books for children on exhibit. These books will be lent at the library starting children's week, which begins the first week in November. There was an excellent attendance at the meeting. Demo Women Gather— A meeting of women interested in furthering the cause of the demo- tratic party Is slated for 3 p. m. today (Tuesday) at the Algonn Country dub. Mrs. June Fickel. for the past three years connected with the women's division of national democratic headquarters at Washington, D. C.. will speak. Those desiring transportation are requested to call 26L Refreshments will be served after the meeting. P. T. A. Meet*-" The first meeting of the P. T. A. was held Wednesday evening at the Algona high school building. Arrangements were made for a sub-division so that they might have working units in each school building. A committee for the Bryant building wss chosen, with Mrs. E. W. Evans elected as chairman, and Mrs. A. Z. Slagle, assistant chairman. They will then arrange their own committees. Mai7 Biggins Honored— Mrs. C. A. Joynt and Mrs. W. A. Barry entertained last week Monday evening at the Joynt home, honoring Mary Biggins, who is leaving Algona. Bridge was the diversion of the evening, with first prize going to Mrs. Robert Kaln, second prize to Mrs. L. A. Winkel, and a guest prize to Mary Biggins. Farewell Party— Mrs. John Schlmmel and daughter, Mrs. William Hoepner, Jr., entertained 26 young people at a farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson, who are leaving for San Diego, California, this coming week. .Sunday the Name group gathered at the Schlm- mel home and took snapshots. Party for Visitor- Mrs. Ed Oenrich entertained on Monday afternoon of last week honoring Mrs. Ruth Harwood o: Ames, who Is visiting In Algona. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. Mrs. Earl Mason receiv ed the high score prize, and the guests were presented with a guesf prize. Luncheon* at Hotel— Mesdames J. L. Bonar. D. E. j Dewel, G. D. Shumway, G. W. Stillman, D. C. Hutchison, and A. E. Kresensky are entertaining at one o'clock luncheons at the Hotel Algona. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 13 and 11. Bridge Club Meets— Mrs. Walter Dale entertained the twelve members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Trizea were won by Mrs. LJoyd Muckey, high; Mrs. John Storm, second high, and travel prize by the hostess. .Mr*. Thorpe Entertain*— Mrs. F. L. Thorpe also entertained in honor of Mrs. Ruth Harwood. There were two tables of bridge with Mra. W. P. Hemphill receiving the high score prize, and Mrs Harwood a guest prize. Social Calendar A meeting of all the «ne» «f the First Lutheran church will fe* n»UI this evening (Tuesday > *t *:» o'clock in the church parisw* »• urge and Invite all our men «« attend this organisation meeting. Wednesday, O«t»*w I*— The fellowship class of the Presbyterian church are having a hard- time party at the church, Wednesday night Tuesday. October IS— The regular meeting of the Reb- eknh lodge will be held at the hall Tuesday evening. The time has been changed to 7:30. Mrs. John Dutton will entertain her bridge club members at her home Tuesday (this) evening. Miss Ashton Smith, who is of the Iowa Extension service, will be in Algona. Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 13th. She studied under Dr. Arlett of Cincinnati, Ohio, who is now chairman of parent education, for a leadership training class. This meeting will be combined with regular county council P. T. A. meeting. Anyone interested in group study work is welcome. Thursday. October 1*— The members of the mens club and their wives and friends will meet at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening at a covered dish supper. This will be the opening meeting, and a program follows the meeting. Friday, October 1*— The North Central District conference of the P. T. A. will be held in Emmetsburg. October IS. Reg- strations between 9:00 and 9:30 a. m. Anyone wishing to go from Algona please call Mrs. H. L. GU- nore at 713. C8X8X8XSXHXKHHSOK83I FENTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Friedrich of Humboldt were Sunday dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Votteler and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Siems. The frledrichs formerly lived on a farm tear Fairville and moved to Hum- oldt about two years ago. Mrs. Henry Miller returned home Sunday from Minneapolis where she spent six weeks with her son- n-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. iarold Huff. The Huffs recently >ecame the parents of a daughter. They also have another daughter, Janet, two years old. Mrs. Huff will be remembered as Alvina Miller. William Donahoe, Jr., accompanied by Clarence Wegener, motored to Davenport Saturday to visit Mrs. Donahoe, who is a patient at the Pine Knoll Sanitarium Frlenda of Mrs. Donahoe will be pleased to hear that she la Improv ing. Mr. Donahoe and Mr. Weg ener returned home early Monday morning. Mr. and Mra. A. R WUIrett and family and Mr. and MM. Hen Berghofer and family were Sunday FENTON FORWARD 4-tt CLUB MET ON LASTSATWDAY Series of Talks On Program; Sent III Member Flowers Fenton: The Fenton Forward 4- H club met at the home of Irene Bleckwenn Saturday afternoon, Oct. l«h. Roll call was answered by "Good Growing Practises." The Oilowing program was given: talk, •Outdoor Games for Fall." Dor- jthy Dreyer; talk, "Sewing on But- ons," Ella Dreyer: talk. "How to Use a Tape Measure." Marjorie 'ohnson. Club members presented i beautiful bouquet of flowers to Alvina Dreyer. a club member who s ill. for her birthday. Delicious efreshments were served. A Wiener Roast The Lutheran Aid Insurance As- oclation partook of a wiener roast nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdnand Mueller on Friday evening. Those present were 'Mr. and Mrs. A. Wlllrett and family. Mr. and Mrs, J. Harduk of Algona. Mrs. Al- vtn Zumach. Mr. and Mr* Alfred Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueler and family. Mr. arnd Mrs. Ferdnand Bierstedt Mrs. Herman Gade and family. Ruth Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghofer. Edna Moet- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Clsttenc* Thees- fleld. Mr. and Mrs. George Jeata. During the course of the ereatog lection of officers was J»W and all officers were reflected a* foK ows: president. A. R. WUtrett: rfc* resident Mrs. A. R WUfrett and secretary-treasurer. Vtota Mueller. Entertain g»«o«i Faculty Dr. and Mrs. J. A. MueUer en- ertalned the school faculty at a teak fry at the Seneca river Fri- ay evening. The guests included le Misses Nettie Weisbrod. Louise Curtiss. Margaret Blossom. Helen tiompson. Irene Wilson. Marie ^ennox. Vernon Clark and M. E. Otterness and Walter Loek. the later of the parochial school. Mrs. J. T. Snyder entertained her Guests included Mrs. J. Eldon Peterson and a friend were Sunday supper guests at the A. R. tVillrett home. Henry Berghofer will begin his uties as second man at the Thompon Yards on Oct. 15th. The Oliver Stoeber family of Northwood spent Sunday here at .he W. E. Stoeber home. " Mrs. James Ackerman and son of Lone Rock spent Friday afternoon at the A. R Willrett home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlisle of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eig- Icr. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover of Whittemore were Sunday even- Ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth BoUtager. Mr. and Mrs. William Dreyer and con. Ricbter of Lotts Creek, spent nesota last mother. Mm. Kr«*« wl» » '»• Mrs. Kramer plans to h« away 8 °out two weeks. A community dinner was held in the Fenton M. B. church partow Sunday welcoming R«y. and Mrs. J. T, Bnyder and family to Fenton for another year. B. K. Johnson and A. J. Krause and son, Robert, left early Su»day for a few days In Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska, Where they will possibly buy livestock. Mr. and Mrs Walter Bierstedt and son and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnk* and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith near Burt Dr. and Mrs. a W. Meyers of Algona were calling on Fentoli friends Sunday. At noon the Meyers attended the community dinner In honor of the Rev. Snyder iam- Hy- A great number of members of the Fenton Woman's club are planning to attend the State Federated club meeting In Algona on Wednesday and Thursday of tuis week. Mrs. Fred Dau. Rev. and Mrs. R. W Kabelitz and daughter, Salome, and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughters. Lorenn and Ella, spent Sunday afternoon at the Herman Dreyer home. Mrs. Clarence Wegener and her children, Marlln and Lorraine, spent from Saturday to Monday morning with Mrs. Wegener's sister. Mrs. C O. Bailey and family in Seneca. Rev W. J. Witter of Lake Mills, a former Fenton M. R pastor, has been transferred from Lake Mills in the Northwest Iowa district to a town named Nehama, Iowa, in the Fort Dodge district Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber »»' this place accompanied the Lew- 13 Reed family of Klemme to Sherburn. MUuu Sunday to visit Mr*. Stoeber and Mrs. Reed's mother, Mrs. Chas. Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. JenU and .amily of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. •Ted Jacob of Algona were Sunday supper guests at the George Jentz home. The Walter Krause family were callers in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Hlldreth Pettlt motored to Des Moines last week on Thursday where the men attended a mechanic school« Ruby Hantelman accompanied them for a visit with relatives. Mrs. E. W. Ruske entertained her bridge club on Saturday afternoon. Club guests were Mrs. B» K. Bahnson and Mrs. Peter Jenses. Mrs. W. V. Yager won the high score prize and Mrs. B. C. Weisbrod the consolation. Mrs. George JenU entertained the U-Deal-Em bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Theesfield received the high prize and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber the cut prize. Guests were Mrs. E. J. "rank and Mrs. Amos Flnnestad. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley, Mr. nd Mrs. George Yager, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert, Mrs. Nell Farreli and Fn \k Seeley of Whitemore, left lake week Wednesday or Wlnnebigoahiah lake in northern Minnesota, for a week's fishing. Mrs. Lloyd Flnnaetad of Cylinder aad Mrs. O. P. Rand* and Mrs. John Flnnestad and daughter, Gift* for the Mrs. Bernard Yoeman entertained the members of her club last week Tuesday evening. The timi waj spent with earn guest at her own sewing. Eacn guest brough the hostess a gift. Bridge ut nation's— Mrs John Dutton was hostess to eight women for bridge at her home Wednesday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs. C. W. Morck ir.-i Mrs. W. J. Fuller. dinner guesU at the home of Mr and Mra. G. Kracht near Seneca, sewing circle Friday afternooo. Guests Included Mra. J. B Hanson. Mn. F. H. Eigler. Mr* C. <1 Humphrey. Mrs. J. F. Newel Mn W. E. Stoeber and Agne* Ooetach. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C Laitgt. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Laage all at tfcii ; lace. E/iith Laage of C*dar Ra^- j d* and the H. **. WUb«rg family I f Ringsled w*re entertained at a j amily dinner at the home of Mr. ; and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz Sunday. | Art. Schwartz Is a daughter of the : C. F. C. Laages and a suttr of W. ' E., Edith and Mra. H. N. Wilberg. Mra. Lena Ewera and daughter, Ftuth, and Mr. and Mr*. Arthur i -.unaman and aona, Raymond and Howard, all of Mason City, were entertained at dinner and supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roaaeiaen Sunday. In the utter- noon the group were caller* at the Herman Haack home near Fairville. Mra. Ewers la a sinter of Mr. Rosaeiaen. Mr. and Mra. LeRoy Newel of Hartley entertained at a dinner party at the Kermore hotel Sunday in honor of Mra. Newel'a stater and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reichman of New York City. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Weiabrod and son, John, of Em- melsburg, Mra. Kate Newel of Fenton and Warren and Franklin Newel of Hartley. Mra. Bell Castle of Kenoaha, Vis., and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garland of Detroit, ame Monday for a visit with the ormer's daughter, Mrs. J. A. Mueler and family. Wednesday of this week the Muellers and Garlands plan to motor to Winnebigoahiah Suuday evening at the Ernest Ros- WATCH THE DAILY PAPERS Moines Chicago Minneapolis CH£CK PROGRAMS IN DELUXE THEATRES THE FINEST THEATRES IN AMERICA KaU, Chicago Dee Moinea and Roosevelt, De* Moiaee Minnesota, Minneapolis Playing only the finest in features and choice abort subjects. Only that product is shown at the Call Theatre. It's a habit of yeara. A FEW COMING ATTRACTIONS Out. ]4-tt-90—Sfete**? Temple in "Dimples." Qot 3U 33 Ruth Chatterton, Simoan Simoon in "Girls Dormitory" .j tff Hooter. Freddie Bartholomew, Jackie Cooper aad in The Devil U a Siasy" qiytts YoMJWf in "Ramona." PowvU, Myrna Loy in "The Great Ziegfeld." ^baiy BSric l*ind.en in "Old Hutch." & Allen, Bazooka Burns, Martha in "The Big Broadcast" Spencer Tracy, Jean Harlow in Oat Stowtousld Herman VoighU' 45th Anniversary Whittemore: A number of rel- atr.es and friends of Mrs. Herman Voight gathered at their home on Wedr.e&day evening to celebrate her l.'jth birthday. Thane who attended were as follows, Mr and Mrs Henry Scmulu and Edna Schultz and daughter Elaine, the George SthulUcs, Mr. and Mra. Art Heidenwith and son. Ellsworth, Mr. anc Mrs. C. C. Baas and daughter, Elda, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and son, Charles and the Wm. Roeb- ers. Mary Rich Improve* Following Operation Four Corners: Mary Joyce, eldest daughter of Ed Rich, was taken to the hospital at Whittemore, am operated on at seven a. m. one day recently for appendicitis. She rapidly recovering. Neighbors and friends of the Four Corners attended the funers. of Mra. Bristow, mother of Mrs Carl Seip. Mr. and Mrt. Ralph Wit ham and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pecer and son, Phillip, were visitors at the Howard Witham home Saturday. Rose gabin entertained the Mothers and Daughters' club Thursday. Delightful refreshments were s«nr- ed and a good time was had by everyone. The ne*t meeting will be with Clara Drayton. ake in northern Minnesota for a week's fishing. Mra. Castle will remain in Fenton and care for the Mueller's little daughter, Virginia Ruth. Mr. and Mra. Wilfred Reimers of Dea Moines came Saturday afternoon for an over night visit at the parental Henry Reimers home. Other gueata at the Reimers home Sunday were Mr. and Mra. Raymond Reimers and family of Ring- uted. Gladys Stoeber of Dea Moines, accompanied the Reimers to Fenton for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoekxer. They all returned to Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Witti and Mr Witti'a niecea, Esther and Vioie Witti and his nephew. Fred Witt of EmmeUburg motored to Sioux Fails last week and visited Mr Witti'a aunt, Mra. Robert Cnoch enmuws. At Parktown, S. D., they visited Mra. Witti'a aunt, Mra. Pau Noli. EnrouU borne the party stopped at Yankton, a D., to viait the broadcasting atatlon and bad • musical number dedicated to the Witti'a Fenton friends. Mr. and Mra. J. F. Newel entertained at dinner Saturday evening the following guettts. Mr. and Mra. Albert Reichman of New York City. Mrs. LeRoy Newel and aona. Warren and Franklin of Hartley. Mra. B. D. Weiabrod and aon, John, of Erometsburg, Mra. Kat* Newel and Mr. and Mrs- F. P. Newel of this place. Mrs- Rolrhman U th* former Rot* Brown and ia a sister ot Mrs. Newel and Mra. Weiabrod. She viaiud Fentoc many Um«« and Vs. relative of the WelsVod dan - home. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Wesley Witter and daughter. Joan of Dea Moines spent tfc* wt*k end at the parental E. A. Hutkamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and fajr.ily were Sunday dinner gueata of Mrs. Cade's mother, Mrs. .Carrie H&&*« in Fenton. Mr. and Mra. Maurice Wallace and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Andy Wallace home at Buffalo Center. Mra. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. Ray Dremmel and two daughters of Bun visited Mrs. R. L. Padgett Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mra. F. W. Lakin and daughter. Arlene and Willaon Towell of Ktthtrville upent Sunday at the John Kspe home. Mrs. Arthur Mueller ia employee at the Howard Reeder home tak inn tare of Mra. Reeder and th new baby son, Leslie Howard. Mr. and Mra. Everett Dreye fcpent from Friday to Sunday with the latter'a sister and husband, Mr and Mra. Paul Elgler at Boone. Mr. and Mra. Norman Anderson ut Swea City spent Sunday here ith their son-in-law and daugh- er, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Supt. and Mrs. T. G. Burna and daughter, Betty of Rockwell City pent from Saturday to Monday morning at the Dr. J. A. Mueller lome. Mr. and Mra. Harold Midvedt motored to Armstrong a week ago Monday to meet Mrs. Midvedt'a sister, Miaa Gephardt of Lakeftcld, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod entertained the Alfred Meyers fam- Mary Lou of Fenton and Mrs. John Uhr of Fort Dodge, a visitor in he Flnnestad home, went to Maon City Monday for a visit with elatives. Mrs. Fred Langermann of near Swea City returned home Friday vening from the Mayo hospital in Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a major operation. Mrs. >angerman is the foimer Amanda imers. daughter of Mrs. Henry Elmers of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bchulte and Howard and Beverly motored to Jaylord, Minn., Friday evening for a visit with the parental William Schulte and George Formal homes While there Henry tried his luck at duck hunting. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gappa and Mr und Mrs. Albert Wolz and Jerome and Dolores of Hollandale, Minn, spent from Saturday to Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mra. Otto Hanson. Orville Hanson who spent some time at Hollandale, accompanied the Gappas and Wolz here and will remain at home. ily of Fenton and Mr. and Mra. i Kern Elerick of Alta at dinner on ' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad and family and Mr. and Mra. O. P. Randa and family were entertained at the LJoyd Finnestad home at dinner Sunday. Mra. John Kramer went to Mln- FIELD DAY ACADEMY PARK Whittemore, Iowa Sponsored by St. Michael's Parish Sunday, October 18 Trap Shoot Rifle Shoot Bingo Horae Shot.it Children's Sporta AU Kinds of Game* Come and enjoy yourselves Starts at 1 p. m. USED CARS 1935 Dodge coupe 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1935 Ford coach * 1934 Chevrolet panel delivery 1932 Chevrolet coach 1931 Dodge sedan 1929 Ford coach 7 1928 Pontiac 1931 Chevrolet pick up, % ton 1936 Plymouth Standard Coach 1936 Dodge Mdan It wilt p*> you to ace Una* execWot buys. Mew Dod*« *«4 njrwswih fetes s*4 tonic* Algona Auto Market W«* at Cnirt HOUM An Appreciation - - I am deeply grateful to the teeitien atid cdjnjnitteewomen of for their generous stipport m noL~—-~£ ifae as democratic Candidate for. the office of county atiditoh . To the general public I pledge a straightforward and efficient conduct of the office if elected. I will certainly appreciate your support. For County Auditor on the Democratic Ticket EARL (DUKE) KINSEY 2 Ways To Comfort Treat yourself to real heating satisfaction this Winter. Enjoy the perfect warmth, the economy and the ease that only this great combination can give you. Use Norton's Coal for clean, thorough heat, and let our Butler automatic stoker save^ you time, energy and trouble. It's the perfect answer to any heating trouble. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona Special Announcement We are pleased to announce to the ladies of this community that we are now the selling agents for "WtfHicr" and "Le Gant" corsets, with a complete showing of the newest and most wanted models in both of these famous makes of corsets. We carry corselettes, wrap-arounds, step-ins, two- way stretch, and back lace corsets — which means that we are prepared to serve you're every need In corsetry. Regular sizes or half sizes SMOOTH LE GANT [ "Two Way . One Way" You'll all agree it's smooth when you see this new Le Gant Cor- selette for yourself! To begin with, there's a front panel of diamond patterned batiste; then there's a seamless, two-way stretch, woven Lastex smoothed over the hips; and the back panel does tricks! It's a diamond patterned batiste like the front, but with Lastex threads woven in to create a powerful up-and-down stretoh. Tbto gives you Le Gaiit's famous) "Two- Way-One-Way" control in a bramj| new dress! If you liked it before (we've never met the woman who didn't!) you'll love it now! Christensen Bros, Company COBJUST*

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