The Algona Upper DesMoinea, Algotta, Iowa, Oct, 20,1936 North East * Kossuth TTTONKA LEGION AUXILIARY GIVING HALLOW'NPART\ Several Social Affairs Serve to Enliven the Community Titonka: The American Legion Auxiliary will hold Ita annual Hal- lowe'en party Friday, October 30th at the Jerry Breen home. Everyone is invited to attend masked and bring a nolaemaker. Prizes «rlll be given and a Hallowe'en lunch will be served. The masks and noisemakers will be sent to the U. S. Veterans' hospital at Knox- Wie to be used by the inmates in a party. A good turn out is asked for. Birthday Party Tuesday evening a number or friends attended a birthday party for Mrs. Esther Ask Ins at the home Of her mother, Mrs. Emma Heif- tier. Various contests were played, prizes being given. Mrs. J. P. Fisher received first prize, Mrs. Lil- U« Wood, low. A delicious lunch was served during the social hour. Low Couple* Entertained Tuesday evening, at the Dr. H. 1 Torgersen home, the high couples of last season's play entertained the low couples. Five tables were In play. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz e were high couple. Mrs. George Bonacker received the travel prize. The hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dunmtre, Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Dallies, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Be*d, and Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson of Homer were present Teachers' Wtem* Roast The teachers, Miss Margaret Lee, Miss Lena Madsen, Miss Doris Amundson, Miss Dorothy Weaver, Miss Margaret Beck, Miss Anna Ladd, Miss Delmar Henderson, Miss Clarice Johnson, Miss Sarah Rigby 'and Miss Raemond Koestler enjoyed a wiener roast at the Nelson woods Thursday evening. "Through the Keyhole" The juniors of Buffalo consolidated school have selected the three act play, "Through the Keyhole," a comedy by William Davidson, to be presented some time early in November. Junior Hansen, Burton Hansen, Gerald Huber, Russell French, Clarice Falk, Lucille Peterson, Ruth Welhousen, Carroll Reaser have been given tryout parts. Miss Lee, English teacher, Is coaching the play. The Ray Bonacker, house is being repainted at this time. Miss Edlthmate Budlong has working the past week as extra help in the conservation office in Algona. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claire Helfner, a daughter at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kaduce of Buffalo Center were guests at the home of their niece, Mrs. Guy Bruns and family Thursday evening. For Clerk of Court Republcan Nominee I WILL. APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 3 IRA KOHL PHILCO RADIOS LAKOTA LADIES TO GIVE SERIES M. E. Annual Bazaar and Chicken Supper to be Held Bee. 2 Easy Terms At BJUSTROM'S Greater Values in Home Appliances Algona Swea City WWWVVIWAWVWWVWWWVW Ji Bargains A bargain la a good standard, useful article bought at leas than the regulation price. It is the symphony of style and quality blended into the sweet tune of low prices. Neville's store is full of bargains. Jimmie is the original bargain giver of this section. Year in and year out, up hill and down dale, for forty years he ha* been dealing out bargains to tbe people of this community. Our old customers are used to it, they know the goods and the low prices. New customers are surprised and amazed. They often ask ua how we can do it Every day you hear them telling how much more they paid lor the same article somewhere else. Long years of buying have taught ua what to buy and wbere to buy. We buy in quantity and pay cash. This gives us a splendid lineup with the wholesale bouses. When they have an extra good deal, we get first chance at it We are enjoying a wonderful business this fall. Tbe stock U clean and new. Plenty good help to wait on you and lots of special bargain* to abow yoi*. I am nappy and tbe old world looks ro#y. You can never go wrong breezing along dealing out blessings to your fellow men. Wbere Christian* dwell, blessings freely flow. Bargain* are blessings to moat of ua. Come to Neville'* and get your snare. A dollar saved i* juit a* good a* a dollar earned. Friday, Oct 23, each costumer tnat buy* $1.00 worth or more between 2 and 4 o'clock get* a nice rug absolutely free. Jimmie Neville THE 8UOK HAN Algoua, Iowa, Lakota: The Methodist Aid met at the church Wednesday afternoon with 25 present. At the business meeting plans for the year were formulated. The annual bazaar and chicken supper will be held December 2. A series of galloping teas will be enjoyed, each member getting a rain or sunshine bag at the next meeting. Mesdames Grabau and Inlay will be leaders and will choose sides at the next meeting which will be held with Mrs. A. T. Buckets. The A. T. Buckets spent last week Sunday visiting the William Buckels at Jewell and at the William Candles at DeSoto, Iowa. The Roland Smiths spent last week Sunday with the George Haleys at Algona. The Haleys formerly lived on the farm now owned by J. H. Holcomb. Mrs. L. B. Laymond, Des Moines, was a caller at the E. R. Worley home the first of the week. Mrs. Laymond Is a cousin of Mrs. Worley and was driving through town. The high school orchestrsforgan- ized last week and Arlene Heetland was elected president and Maxlne Griese, secretarystreasurer, with Calvin Ukena, reporter. Miss Templeton has charge of the school's music. Lilah Kaphengst who was a Lakota high school graduate in 1934 and is now a sophomore in Waldorf college, has been chosen to sing in the college choir and will accompany the choir on a tour next year. Last week Sunday John Meyers, Sr., was 80 years old and al) the children and families came home to help him celebrate. A birthday dinner was served at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Amelia Koppen, 32 being present Mrs. Russell Winter entertained at an afternoon party last week Monday in honor of their guest, Sylvia Randall's birthday. A dozen relatives were guests. Miss Randall is visiting relatives here and lives In North Dakota. Dwight Smith, Laverne Edwards, George Patterson. and Donald Mayne returned from Mitchell, South Dakota, laat week where they visited the Corn Palace and tbe Tanke radio atation, and also visited relatives of Laverne. Mesdames Tom Tamen, Russell Winter, Charles Winter. R. L. Will- lams, Bert Kienitz and W. R. Gutknecht were hostesses to the Presbyterian aid at the church Thursday and served a 23 cent supper in the evening with a good crowd turning out. Little Geneva Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Gray, three miles east of town, celebrated her eighth birthday last Sunday and relatives from Titonka, Eagle Grove, Rake, Kamrar and Lakota were present. Suffice to say all enjoyed a happy day. At the regular meeting of the American Legion last week Monday evening, Wade Ball was elected commander of the Lakota post with Ed Underdahl as vice com- nander; Harvey Johnson, adjutant; Louis Thaves, finance officer; Claus Daniels, historian; sergeant- alarms, I. E. Wortman and Ed Rahmstock. H. D. Muasman, Sr., was 83 last week Friday and the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and their guest, Delpha Maythaler, were dinner guests of the Mussmans in honor of the event. The following Sunday several relatives were dinner guests in ion or of the same event: t.'ie Elner Dowa, Sheffield; Vernon Dow, iVuterloo; the George Kempfs, Riceville; the Walter Roths, Cresco, and the Victor Weidenhorsts, Clmore. Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. E. R, Williams attended a county 4-H girls' club meeting at Bancroft last week Monday Tho county committeewomen met in the forenoon and formulated plans for the work and the club leaders met with them and with the help of Ella Loughn, extension specialist, wrote the club project for the coming year. The girls will study Home Furnishing. Plans were laid for a 4-H club banquet for the boys and girls of the county. Mesdames Delia Smith, Art Schissel, William Turley, J. H. Warburton, R. E. Williams, H. H. Murray, Samuel Warburton, Harry Warburton, E. J. Woodworth and John Smith attended the eighth district convention at Algona, Wednesday at which Kossuth county clubs were hostesses. About 400 women attended the Wednesday meetings and 197 women the banquet at the Masonic hall, served by the Eastern Star members. The progrmas were all interesting and inspirational: Mrs. Delia Smith and Mra. J. H. Warburton attended the Thursday meeting. Mr*. Eugene Cuiler, Dea Moines, TITONKA NEWS 3C6C6G9C&O Mrs. W. J. Denton was In Mason City Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson of Homer drove up Tuesday to be present at the Hi-Low 6:30 dinner and bridge party that evening. The girls' team of klttenball of Buffalo consolidated public school played ball at Wesley Monday, winning by a score of 15 to 6. Mrs. W. J. Denton and Mrs. Esther Askin attended the eighth district meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Fort Dodge on Thursday. Mrs. M. S. Craven, Mrs. Jerry Breen, Mrs, Guy Bruns, Mrs. Will Rlcklefs, attended a county Auxiliary meeting Tuesday in Algona at the American Legion hall. Mrs. Will Stott spent Tuesday with her daughter, Ruth at the Kossuth hsopital, where she recently had an operation for appendicitis. Ruth is improving nicely. Wednesday and Thursday the 8th district meeting of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs was held In Algona with the Kossuth federated clubs as hostesses. The Titonka club attended the meetings nearly one hundred per cent. Miss Margaret Lee, teacher of English left in company with her father, Mr. Lee, a Penn-Dixie cement salesman from Sioux City, Friday evening for Iowa City to attend homecoming Saturday at the University of Iowa of which Miss Lee was a graduate. Mrs. Andrew H. Hansen of the NEW GLEE CLUB ATLEDYARD Class Play, "Mamma's Baby Boy", Will be Staged Oct. 23 Ledyard: A boys' and girls' glee club has been organized under the direction of V. A. Barrett. Girls participating are' Lucille Munyer, Muriel Reece, Beulah Looft, Ivadel Peterson, Doris Olson, Alvlra Halverson, Mae Mullarkey, Clea Gabel, Marjorie Stenberg, Verna Berglund, Doris Welfare, Henrietta O'Keefe, Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayne, Delores Hassebrock, Marvel Drew, Doris McDonald, Kathleen Reece, Pearl Haag, Margaret Smith, Agnes Junkermeier. The boys are: Mervon Speckman, Ronald Richardson, Harm Drew, Marcus Rippentropp, Richard Berhow, Maynard Warner, DeVere Smith, Ervin Junkermeier, Kenneth Hassebrock, Vernon Dorsey, Donald Looft, Harold Warner, Duane Thompson, Howard Nitz, Arlowe Blome, Lyle Prlebe, Paul Garry, Edward Eggerth, Irvln Beenken, Howard Kllnkslek and Gustav Lunnlng. Mrs. Carlotta Anglin, a friend of Mrs. McLeon, Alvlra Halverson; Minnie, young colored maid, Betty Matzener; Wilbur Warren, Bernard Anderson; Cynthia Angltn, Doris McDonald; Sylvia Kline, Verne Berglund; Max Moore, real estate agent, Arlowe Blome. "Mamma's Baby Boy" The juniors wsi present their class play, "Mamma's Baby Boy", this week Friday night, Oct 23. jvirs. rtnurew n. Hansen or tne lma wee" * nuay nignc, ucc. 23. Doan P. T. A., also secretary of the | Following is the cast: Mrs. Shep- county P. T. A. council, and Mrs. he rd McLeon, a young widow, Beu- J. F. Fisher of the Buffalo consol- 'ah Looft; Luther Long, a widower, A _.»—j-j .1 ... Glen Dyer; Shepherd McLeon, Mrs. McLeon's son, Glen Lloyd; Luther Long's daughter, Delores Hassebrock; Mrs. Mathilda Blackburn, Mrs. McLeon's mother, Ruth Estlc; Idated P. T. A. attended the county council meeting In Algona Tuesday afternoon. Miss Afton Smith of the extension department of Iowa City was the speaker. F. Boyken will hold a farm sale Oct. 23rd prior to moving to Fenton to take over a restaurant he has purchased there, possession to be given November 15th. Henry Swalve of near Burt will farm the Boyken place the coming year, and as soon as the Boykens move, Mr. Swalve will take possession. Arthur Asklns took his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Helfner, to Marshalltown Friday to visit at the home of her granddaughter, Myrtle (Mrs. George Lamoreux) and family; also 'another granddaughter, Nellie (Mrs. John Gerbers) at Lincoln. Mrs. Helfner expects to be gone about a month. Arthur returned home Saturday. Mrs. Ray Oesterrelcher, Mrs. R. L. Krantz. Mrs. Will Schram and Mrs. M. 8. Craven attended tho fall conference of the north central district of the Iowa congress of Parents and Teachers at Em- meUburg Thursday, Mrs. A. E. Anderson of Fort Dodge presided. Mrs. Will Schram was elected as standing delegate of Buffalo consolidated and Mrs. M. a Craven is second vice president of the north central district. Public Reception At Titonka Held For New Minister Titonka: Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson were tendered a public reception at the M. E. church basement Friday evening, the ladles of the Methodist Aid serving. Mrs. R. L. Krantz had charge of the program as follows: address of welcome by Willis Phelps; response by Rev. W. L. Patterson; two num- be-« olayed on clarinet by Dorothy Pe,.. .1, Maxlne Peterson and Fern Oesterrelcher; three short poems read by Mrs. Carl F. Callies; two vocal numbers by Emery Stuart. Mrs. Roy Budlong had charge of the contest games with Ray Bonacker leader of the odd numbered vide, and Emery Stuart of the even numbered. The odd side won. Refreshments were served by the Ladies' Aid. A nice crowd was present Clifford Jcnks wns at Butt on Thursday having dental work done. Alice Hagge and Mrs. John Frandle were at Swea City Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Flynn was at Swea City Friday having dental work done. Earl Jenks of Fairmont visited his mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks on Tuesday. Mrs. Jack McDonald, Mrs. Mary Welsh, Mrs. Asa Warner and Mrs. George Thompson spent Thursday at the Mrs. Conrad Gabel home. Mrs. Lars Skaar and infant son came home from the Blue Earth hospital Wednesday morning. Mildred VauRhn is assisting with the house work. The Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Deppin? left Thursday for Baxter, Iowa, to meet their son, Alvin, who is attending college at Sheboygan, WIs. They will return Monday. H. M. Dyer's brother, Patrick, from Cisco, Utah, who has been visiting at Bancroft for several months, died Wednesday night Funeral services were held at nine Friday morning at Bancroft. Wednesday afternoon a republican band wagon was In town with a band and loud speaking outfit. Fred C. Gilchrlst and Ira Kohl gave short talks, and there were a number of other candidates along. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haag took their 17-months old son, Arthur, to Iowa City Monday. Wednesday he had an operation on his .foot and is getting along as well as cart bo expected. He will have to be there at least two weeks. ' W^^ Vote For Carl Dahlhauser Candidate for Sheriff on the Independent Ticket A man of proven ability which is shown by my past record. I If you are interested in economy, efficiency and square dealing, look for the name, Carl Dahlhauser, in the Independent column of your ballot. YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED for HONESTY, INTEGRITY in the Statehouse >1 Vote for GEORGE , v*. WILSON for GOVERNOR on the Republican Ticket Your vote for George Wilson means a vote for CLEAN, HONEST Government In Iowa—an end to the lavish spending of YOUR money for useless bureaus and departments—a clean- out of the- whole poltical machine with its thousands of em- ployes which Herring and Kraschel have built up with taxpayers' money—YOUR Money. Wilson has always kept his pledges. He stands foursquare with the rank and file for an Honest, Straightforward state government that the people can rely on. WILSON FOB GOVERNOR AND GLEAM GOVERNMENT Mr. and Mrs. Will Newville and W. J. Denton were in Des Moines, on Friday and returned home the same day. The Thursday luncheon and bridge club met last week Friday with Mrs. H. I. Torgersen. Mrs. R. C. Bail won first prize and Mrs. George Bonacker, low. Mra. Geo. Bonacker was a guest. talked on "Signs and Sym!|>ls" at the forenoon session and Mra. Eugene Henley, Grinnell reported her trip to Miami, Florida, for the national convention last spring. All in all it was splendid meeting. LEDYAED NEWS Walter Han* wa* elected to succeed George Moulton a* acbooJ director. A president of tbe board baa not been chosen a* yet The other director* are L. A. Junkermeier, James Lloyd, Jamea Welfare and Leon Worden. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Anderaon and son, Mra. Han* Flxin, all of Marshall, Minn., spent Wedneaday night and Thursday at the Cbri* Oelhaua and tbe Jamea Welfare borne*. Tbe former people lived bere ftbout » year* ago. Hebron Twp News Adrian Hauskin sawed wood for Ed Simser last Wednesday. Mrs. Selmer Matheson visited on Friday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Woodwick. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje and family spent Sunday at the Reinert Johnson home near Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klipping of Forest City spent last Sunday evening at tbe Oscar Frandle home. Mrs. Paul Klipping and Mr*. Oscar Frandle and daughter* spent Sunday afternoon at the Bert Russ home. Irene and Colleen Midtbun and Josie Badje helped Berdean Frandie celebrate her 13th birthday last Saturday. Mra. Clarence Haveland and her Extended One Week to Oct. 31 MISBACH'S Store Wide Sale Where You Can Buy It For Less daughter* spent Saturday afternoonI at the Oscar Frandle home, also Mr*. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth, Minn. Mr*. Occur Frandle, Mr*. Max Hanaoa, lira. Oscar Quam and Mra. Fred Hanaen attended an Auxiliary meeting at Forest City last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halverson and family of Ledyard, Mr. and Mr*. Lenuls Quam and family of Frost, and Mr. and Mrs. Odin Engum and family, Frost, helped O. Midthuc celebrate «is birthday last M^n4»y night Mrs. Olaf FjeUand, Mr*, Joe 8ad- dum, Mr*. Carl Hauskin, Mr*. Ed Simser. Mr*. Ed Thompson, Mr*. Guat Nelson and Mra. Oscar Frandie attended the Ladies' Aid meeting at Buffalo Center recently. Mr*. George Smith wu one of tbe 1 15.75 SUITS 12 85 25.75 19.75 OVERCOATS Q85 12.85 23.75 15.75 TOPCOATS $9.85 to $19.75 Boy's All-Wool Melton Jackets $1.98 Talon fastener Big Yank Work Shirts 54c Peerless I Tuskers' Gloves & Mitts $1.69 Strong, tough, durable Good for 1000 bushels Boys' Fancy Work Shirts 54c DRESS HATS The famous Dobb's Cross-Couiitry, $5.00 all over the country. OUR PRICE Other* * $3.98 Work Shoes We are closing out our entire stock of work shoes. Values to (3.95 Now $2.29 Something Extra 4 SUITS sized £ J no 35 to 39 ^leUO Men's Underwear 59c 73t 98c Overalls 89c-$1.19 Lee & Oarhart $1.39 PANTS ARE DOWN Men's Dress Pants Si 98 to £1 fiQ <p*>t/(J LU <p«J.U9 Men's Work Pants 98c to $2.39 Regular mid youu men's pleated an sports styles in the ai ove dress pants. ' //SS/////S//S///SS/S/S/S/////SS///S//S/S///SSS////.
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