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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 31, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 31,1938 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fuller of IMS Moines were guests at the home <rf Mrs. R. A. Cowan, Friday afternoon. Elaine Hltsteadt visited from Saturday night until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hll- steadt at Boone. Margaret Shellmyer of West Bend, returned io her home, Sunday, following; a week's visit with her cousin, Mrs. Paul Bell. Mrs. A. E. Mtohel-'Mid son, Roar- er spent the week end in Des Moines with Mr. Michel, ftnd at Atlantic, Iowa, visiting Mrs. Mlctfel's mother, Mrs. Kettle Ferryman. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard drove to Wlnn^bago, Minnesota, and were guests of Mrs. Barnard's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman for Ihe week end and Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish Spent Sunday and Monday at Iowa Falls visiting at the homes of their respective parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Edgar Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reed. Dr. and Mrs. F. I* Trlbon and Mrs. Mary Lamprlght drove to Independence, Iowa, Friday to visit Albert Trlbon, brother of Dr. Trlb- on and Mrs. Lamprlght, who is 111 suffering from a stroke. A meeting of the P. T. A. officers of the Bryant school attended a meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. D. J. Bredall, Wednesday to make plans and appoint committees for the coming year. E. H. Norman arrived Saturday evening and visited at the home, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Norman, over Sunday and Manorial Day. E. H. Norman Is an auditor for Swift & Company, and is now traveling In Wisconsin. Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mrs. H. B. White will drive to Kansas City, Mo., Thursday to meet the former's daughter, Mrs. Harold T. Miller and son, Phillip Tommy, and bring them to Algona for an extended visit this summer. Mrs. Miller's home is in Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and children, Jean Rae and Jerry and their house guest, Martha Haynes of Wesley drove to Clear .Lake. Sunday to visit Mr. Beamish's uncle, John King, and to Mason City to visit his brother, Leone Beamish nnd family. Josephine Auner, ctauRhtor of Mr. and Mrs. Jos, Auner of Des Moines. returned home Sunday after a visit of several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrlsghtlles. She came to attend the commencement exercises when Ted Chrlschllles and Maxine Caldwell graduated. Mrs. R. R. Kenn-H • of Minneapolis came Sunday for her usual Memorial Day visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Tom Sherman, nnd her many old friends. Algona folks ore always glad to see Mrs. Kennedy, who as a girl was Mame Lantry, daughter of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Lantry and a sister of Col. Harry Lantry. Opal Cronaa arrived Saturday ctt . th« hoa»» <rf tw,frfet< Mfc *ttd Mrs. Bert Cronan. she has been teaching at Elmhur&t, Illinois, for the past year. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cronan took Opal to Cedar Falls, where she will attend a summer school session at the Iowa State Teachers' College. Mr. and Mrs. Cronan went on to Grlnnell to visit a cousin, and to Toledo to visit their son, Donald. James Bishop and HarlaJi Sigsbee spent Sunday and Monday at Iowa City visiting the former's brother, John, student at the University of Iowa. John recently injured hla left wrist and as he is left handed the accident has caused him considerable trouble In writing his examinations. He is expected home the first of the week to spend the summer at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Curious Thing Why the button on a man's coat sleeve? Another custom from tha time when great grandpa needed hU sleeves rolled up to draw hU sword or fight a duel. The sleeves were buttoned from the elbow thus making it easy to open them and bare the arm for action? It U our aim to give the best ppasible service. We welcome suggestions. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 637 We Deliver Chnek McKay of Des Moines was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon Thursday evening. Mr. and Mr*. O. C. Barton spent Sunday at Quimby visiting with friends. Quimby is Mrs. Barton's old home. Mr. and Mrs, a O. Anderson spent the week end and Memorial Day visiting relatives at Madison, Wisconsin. C. H. Williams and Lyle Reynolds left Monday for St. Paul on a buying trip. They will be gone several days. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap drove to Swea City and visited Mrs. Schaap's brothers, James and Wallace Reynolds recently. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter, Betty Jean, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pratt at Hampton, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jensen left on Saturday for a holiday trip over Memorial Day to Lincoln and Fairbury, Nebraska, to visit friends. Geneva Scharlach of Des Moines arrived Saturday and visited until Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Vlolette Halbrook spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs D. Halbrook at Mason City. Violette is employed at the Brown Studios. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Borchardt returned to their, home here Friday after visiting with Mr. Borchardt's mother In Herington, Kansas, since Tuesday. Marlon Boone left Saturday morn- Ing for Moline, 111., to spend two weeks as guest at the home of her friend, Mrs. Norma Epping, an old school-mate. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brandt and son, Ned of Ames were guests p.t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt, Sunday and Monday. The men are brothers. Mrs. Ira Iverson and three children of Clinton, Iowa, spent the week end and Memorial Day visiting with Mrs. Iverson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Mr* Pj 3. U'aldfon and son, Gary and daughter. Donna Jean, went to Jackson. Minn.. Saturday for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Waldron's mother, Mrs. Duas. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughters. Catherine and Joan, spent the week end nt Iowa Falls visiting at the home of Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan nnd Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews left Saturday morning for a lake 30 miles north of St. Cloud, Minn., where they vacationed over Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ltnnan took a trip over the week end to Omaha and Into Kansas where they visited relatives of Mrs. Linnan. They planned on returning some time to day (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Hammond of Docorah, Iowa, were overnight fftiMbs oi Mr. and Mm. R. B. WaU er**hrtiaay. -Mr. Hammond larmfn aging director of the Iowa Cen tennial committee. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough will drive to Iowa City next week Monday to attend the commencement exercises at the University of lowh. Their daughter, Frances, Is graduating from a course in journalism. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter of Cednr Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper of Colfax, Iowa, were the guests of Mm. Charlotte Parsons, Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Cooper are daughters of Mrs. Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Pierce of the Pierce cafe, and their two daughters, Joan and Judy, and Mr. and Mrg. Eldon Lindstrom and daughter, Diane spent Sunday visit- Sng relatives at Woodward, Perry, and Webster City. M«< and Mra* Albert Gnuuow drove to Dennlson to get Lillian Granzow, lister of the former, to bring her home to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Granzow. Lillian teache? school at Dennison. Will F. Brown, Algona photographer, bos been invited to gpea't in Chicago late in the summer ac the national photographers' convention. He is undecided as to acceptance, but we suspect he will take the speaker's stand when tho time arrives. Arthur Glaser of 8t Paul, and his family, will move into the R. O. Bjustrom home this week, and the Bjustroms will move into one of their apartments over their store. Mr. Glaser is a new railway mail clerk transferred to Algona, replacing D. D. Monlux, who has retired. Mr. and Mra. E. 3, Hough returned Friday night from Eugene, Oregon, where they had been called by the serious illness of their son, John. Don Hutchison met them at Ames. John is now out of danger caused by a blood clot following an operation. He is still in the hospital at this time. babel Greenberg is expected this evening (Tuesday) to spend her summer vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg. Harry Greenberg arrived Friday from Iowa City for his summer vacation. Both Isabel and Harry are students at the University of Iowa. To the Voters Of Koasuth County For your consideration, I wish to inform you tjiat I have had thirty years experience doing drainage, road aud bridge work of all kinds. Your Vote Will Be Sincerely Appreciated Claude A* Samson Republican Candidate for Supervisor at June 6th Primaries Virginia Am spent Sunday visiting her mother, Mrs. Bessie Arn at Fort Dodge. Janet Zerfass of Des.Moinea spent the week end In Algona at the home of her father, P. P. Zerfass. Olen Brunson of Des Molne# came Friday and visited old Algona friends until after Memorial Day. Editor W. T. Branagan of the Emmetsburg Democrat, was an Algona business visitor last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pannknk of Fairmont, Minnesota, spent Memorial day with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson spent the week end at Brooklyn, where they visited their son, Robert and wife. Marguerite Dalziel arrived home Saturday from Kewanee, 111., where she haa been teaching the past school year. Blaine Raw, accompanied by Lois AndeVson and her mother, Mrs. Reed Anderson of Spencer, visited Sunday with relatives here and at Burt. Olen Bollock was recently added to the force at the Pratt Electric Co. He had been in Chicago previously taking a course at the Coyne Electric School. Mrs. H. B. White has resigned her position at the James drug store, and Margaret Egesdahl who graduated from high school is the new girl working there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbride returned Sunday evening from a trip to Dubuque, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Gerdet, an aunt of Mr. Gilbride. Mel Griffin spent the week end at Planklnton, South Dakota, and brought home his wife and little daughter, Kathleen and Marie Earlc who had been Visiting relatives there during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt spent the week end At Fort Madison, and Carthage. Illinois, where they visited the former's father. Their son, Jim, remained to spend the next two months with his grandfather. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fay Reed of Sioux Falls, S. D., and their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart McKay of Ames, were week end guests at the home of Faye's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hudson Reed. Rccd Anderson nnd daughter, Ruth, spent the holidays at, the Homer Anderson home. Reed and Homer nre brothers. Little Mary Joan Anderson returned with them for n week at the Reed Anderson horrjo. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O'Harron of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McDougall and son, Bob, drove to Mason City Sunday, where they will spend Sunday. Memorial Dny will be spent nt Rockwell with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and family will move Wednesday to the H. W. Pletch' house on South Minnesota street which they purchased n few weeks ngo. The W. A. Dutyms will occupy the house they are vacating. Mrs. Frank Sterling, Mrs. Albert Hagg, Mrs. Mae Harris and Mra. Homer Anderson drove to Wesley Thunday afternoon and %U«nd a meeting of an''"fthWowery'"fel held at the home of Mrs. Harris' daughter, Mrs. Milton Giddings. H. J. Weldmnn visited Miss Evelyn Cady nnd other friends the latter part of the week. Tho Weid- mnn family will be remembered ns having lived here over twenty years ngo, and the senior Mr. Weidman was manager of the Algona hotel. MNs M- Contc nnd .'Mrs. Laura M. Smith of Renwlck left Saturday morning for Charlestown. New Hnmpshirc, for a month's vacation. Mrs. Smith formerly made her home at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's. Miss Coate is taking her vacation from the library. Hcrschel, "Bozo" Ellsworth arrived here from Hollywood, California. Thursday afternoon for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. Chas. T. Ellsworth. He will return to California within the next two weeks. He Is employed there by Twentieth Century Fox studios. Mra. Karl Shumway and baby daughter arrived Saturday morn- Ing from Niagara Falls for a visit of a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Larson, and other relatives and friends. Karl Shum way formerly was employed at the Algona Upper Des Moines, and has been at Niagara Falls for the past year. A reunion of the George Kohl family was held at the Kohl home in Union township during the week end and Memorial Day. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl. Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, Jr., Dick Kohl and Virginia Hultgren of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Lula and Mabel Kohl and William Kohl. Lieutenant and Mrs. Mel Peterson and little "Petey" are expected today from Annapolis, Maryland, where Lieut. Peterson is taking special work at the naval academy from which he graduated a year or so ago. They will spend some time in Algona visiting at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mm. L. C. Hart of WUlkton, N. D., visited friends in Algona last Thursday. Mrs. Hart, who before her marriage was Miss Elsie Reib- saraen of Titonka, a daughter of the late diaries Reibsamen, a pioneer of Buffalo township, was for a number of years a correspondent for the old Algona Republican. Mrs. Hart came here for a reunion of the- Reibsamen family which was held at Titonka last Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Frank Baldwin are parents of a son, George William, born May 27 at the Kossuth hospital. Frank is now employed at Osage, where he is manager of a By- Rite store, one of the group of stores owned by L. E. Ashland of Clear Lake, who at one time operated the Basket grocery store here. Mrs. Baldwin and son will join him there aa soon as they are able. Frank's brother, John, is manager of a By-Rite store at Hampton. Sir. and Mrs. T. L. BoUnson accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. Swaney of Fort Dodge returned today (Tuesday) from Indianapolis, Ind., where they had been since Saturday to attend the auto races. Little Jan Robinson vujitlng during the time at the borne of her mother*« sister, Men. M. Preacott, at Des Moloes. FORMER WESLEY WOMAN AWARDED RY. SERVICE PIN Other News of Holiday Week End from Wesley Community Wesley: Mrs. Lucille Hopkins, formerly of Hutchins and Wesley, hut now agent for the C. M. St. P. & P. railroad at Oacoma, S. D., was awarded the gold 25-year service pin by the company recently, acording to a dispatch In the Mitchell. S. D. Daily Republic, a letter to Guy M. Butts reveals. She is reported to be the second woman in Iowa and Daokta division of the company to be so honored. She began her railroad career at Okaton, S. D., while heldlng a claim for a homestead, riding horseback the nine miles to and from her work each day. Ninth Birthday Irene Hanig entertained a group of friends at her home Wednesday afternoon in honor of her ninth birthday. A delicious lunch was served by her mother after an afternoon of games. Irene received many lovely gifts. At K. of C. Sleeting E. M. Olson attended a Knights of Columbus convention at Sioux City last week Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. He and C. >H. Ostwinkle of Algona were delegates from the Algona council. Were Perfect Spellers Two sixth grade pupils of the public school. Robert Diekman and Bernice Johnson, hid perfect spell- /ng grades for the past school year. Visits Old Friends Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson were calling on their friends in town last Wednesday. Mr. Olson suffered quite a painful injury to his knee a few weeks ago while loading a large Brady transfer truck. which he was operating at that time. A cream can fell on his knee injuring it so badly thnt he wns confined to the Mason City hospital for a week and he says he will be unable to use it for at least three more weeks. Mrs. Olson is working in a store in Mason City at present but will go to Fort Dodge as soon as he is able to work. Mr. Olson was the first operator of the Wesley locker system. Sister Enjoys Visit Sister Mary Bernette. who taught the third and fourth grades in the parochial school last year, enjoyed a few days visit last week from her father, brother and two sisters of Salem. S. D. Her father is a brother of Father Weber, pnstor of the Catholic church at Salem. Franklin Fox of Wesley is work- Ing for Ray Daughan. Lillian Johnson Is working out Swea City Planning Field Meet, Community Fair, August 23-25 5 From Portland Get High Diplomas Portland: The Portland high school graduates for this year were: Eugene Jandl, Titonka school, and the following from the Hurt high school: Virginia Trenary, Floyd Stott, George Becker and Ranney Leek. Marjorie Baas is employed near Titonka at present. Avery Fitch and his father. Del Fitch, with, Ranney Putz. sptnt Friday at Titonka on business. Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee was a Saturday dinner guest at the home of her mother. Mrs. Kate Dittmer, Algona. Mrs. Bob Harvey spent a week recently at the parental J. H. Zanke home. She is slowly improving from a recent illness. Sunday dinner guests at the Del Fitch's were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stenbach. Dr. and Mrs. Hoard and daughter, Betty, all of Spencer. Letha Mann purchased a brooder house and five hundred chicks last week. This Is her first venture in poultry raising and may she have success. Mrs. Martin Larsen, who was operated on Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital, Is recuperating satisfactorily and expects to come to her home at the end of two weeks. Harley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch, of Sexton, has been visit- Ing for the past month with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch. During his stay he has had the whooping cough. Darlene Stott, and Leo Immerfall Algonc and Mr. and Mrs. -Vernon Peterson, Bode, attended the Burt high commencement exercises on Thursday evening when the ladies' brother, Floyd Stott, was a member of the graduating class. Gordon Callahan, 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Callahan, Whittier, California, came recently to the Joe Zanke home to spend the summer with his grandparents. His mother Is the Zanke daughter, Vera. He spent the summer here two years ago. Rich Point Youths To Summer School Rich Point: Ruth Black and Rob erta Skilling went to Cedar Falls Wednesday to attend summer school at the Iowa State Teachers' College. Paul Black, a junior at the State University of Iowa, is here for the summer holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. Pauline Black, Britt, spent the week end here. . at Mr. and Mrs. August Carman spent Thursday In Mason City. Mrs. Meurer and two children visited her mother in Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. LoRoy Kleinpeter, David and Diane, spent Thursday In Mason City. Martha Haynos was a week cm! guest nt the Raymond Beamish home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Long of Lone Rock spent Tuesday evening at the Helen Johnson home. Josephine Lawler of Minneapolis Is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Vincent Daughan. Mrs. Johanna Hansen entertained the Carl Fritz family of Mapleton Sunday of last week. Earl Hutchison has returned to his duties in the Exchange State Bank after a short vacation. Donald Kraus went to Ames on Saturday and brought his slater, Dorothy, home to spend Sunday. E. M. Olson was on the sick list last week and Joe Studer was driving his cream truck for a few days. Mrs. Susan Lease spent a few days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Walker of Corwith. Lester Lease, Sam AIne and Harry Mathas attended an all day school of instruction at Ames last Thuiad&y. The Susan Gray house was given a fresh coat of paint last week. Paul Erciman and James Lloyd were doing the work. Mrs. Simon Hirner submitted to a tonsilectomy operation at the General hospital in Algona last week Tuesday. Irene Goetz, daughter of Mike Goetz, spent a few days last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Schrauth- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfeger and children of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of his brother, Dr. L. Pfeffer. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter and two sons of Fort Worth, Texas, arrived here Monday afternoon. He U on a month's vacation. Mrs. Julius Kuiiz, June Adele, Mary Adine and Ollie Kunz drove to Des Moines last Thursday where the latter had a physical check-up. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Primising and children of Melvin, Iowa, visited several days last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. Mrs. P. C. Haynes, Irene and Donna drove to Crystal Lake on Thursday, where they visited Mrs. Hayues' brother, Bill Cook and wife. Emil Wester and son. Karl of Keosauqua attended the district buttermakers meeting at Swea City recently where Karl was one of the judges. Miss Aline Martinek, who has been ill since Christmas returned to Waterloo to complete her teaching duties there. Three weeks of school are left. Guy M. Butts attended the funeral of Past Grand Master of the Odd Fellows, Dan B. Gunn. at Red Oak, Wednesday afternoon. He, his nephew and Mrs. Holland and daughter expected to go on from there to Texas. Birdie Schultz held her school picnic on Friday nnd closed her school for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney nnd Mrs. Charles Reaper were guests p.t the Ben Knox home Tuesday eve- the Plum Creek Social club at her home Wednesday afternoon of las week. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelly and Lee Hiserodt are spending* two weeks with n son of the KelJys nt Vinton. Iowa. Robert Black returned home frnm Ames Friday to spent! the week end Dorothy Mawdsley also came from Ames for Memorial Dny. Whittemore Academy Team Beats Algona Whittemore: The Presentation academy high shool baseball team played here Thursday with the Academy team of Algona. The local team was the winner by a close score of 6 to 5 with Eugene Muller being the outstanding batter for Whittemore. August Schattschnelder is confined to his home, having taken aick at his harness shop Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pert! drove to Fort Dodge Thursday, where Mr. Pert! a tended a lumberman's convention. Mr. and Mra. Henry Bell of Blue Earth, Minn., visited with relatives and fciends in Whittemore and West Bend, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona visited with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith at Whittemore, Friday. William Higgins accompanied by William Heller of West Bend, attended a North /owa Press association meeting at Titonka Friday evening. J. B. Gray of Clarion is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Savage and friends here. Mr. Gray will leave the first of the week for Keddie, California, where he will spend the summer. Mir. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of St. Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, the Ed Maahs family and the George Schultz family helped George Maahs celebrate his birthday Thursday evening. Mr. and Mra. Ferdinand Bruhn, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmeling drove to Fort Dodge Friday to visit with Mrs. Ernest Sager at the Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Sager fell a week ago and fractured her hip. Swea City Men Appoint ed to Committees to Lay Plans Swea City: Commander Herman Bowman of the American Legion, announced last week that Fisher post's annual celebration will take he form of an old fashioned field meet and community fair this year. Dates are August 23. 24 and 25. Besides the usual street attractions and athletic events, there will be a >arade consisting of floats by var- ous business houses nnd civic org- mizations and an exhibit of grain, ivestock, garden and domestic science products. Mr. Bowman has appointed the following committee chairmen: poultry. Roy Smith; horses. Floyd Col well; flowers. Ray Sperbeck; rain, Thorson Bros.; cattle and hogs, Algol Swanson. These committees will meet with the merchants association some (me this week to further plan for the affair. The girls of the junior American Jegion Auxiliary sold poppies last Saturday under the direction of the senior Auxiliary chairman, Mrs Wm. Barker. The Harold Chrlstensens moved last week Into the Llnde apartments and the Monford Peterson will move into the rooms vacated by the Christensens. John Raths, history teacher in the ocal high school, left last Wednesday for his home at Boxholm after a week end fishing trip to Lake Ker- onis. He returned Sunday to act as best man at the Gaarde-Gambell wedding at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Imbody and little daughter are expected to arrive on June 3 for a visit with hla grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Boyd. Gerald lived here with his grandmother for several years. He is now serving as principal of the Monmouth. 111., high school. The C. I. Smiths are moving out of their residence in the smith pnrt of town this week. Mrs. Smith will be at Okoboji this summer while Mr. Smith is traveling in connection with his sales work. Cashier R. M. Biisborough will move into the house vacated by the Smiths. Hazel, daughter of the .Toe Hansens of Thompson, visited friends here last week and attended the commencement exercises. She is a graduate of the Swea City high school with the class of 1937 nnd is now taking nurses training at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Nelson and their four children of Gruver, spent last Tuesday evening at the home of his parents, the W. O. Nelsons, here. The occasion was the llth birthday of their son Allan, and Allan brought his birthday cake over to share the celebration with his grandparents. Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Noeding spent few days the past week visiting , May Si-June 1 T\vo Top Attractions Oeo. Burn* Oracle Allot in "COLLEGE SWING" Jn<* Holt in "FLIGHT INTO NOWHERE" Thursday Through Saturday, Jun* 2-4 Big Three Way Show CHANGE OF PROGRAM FUN-PACKED MYSTERY AND THEY LAUGH AT TROUBLE AND SHOOT IT OUT WITH KILLERS! Plus serial, "Lone Ranger" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt and family of near Rolfe were shopping in town, Friday. Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor. Algona. Iowa, until 2:00 P. M. June 14, 1938. for gravel surfacing Secondary Road Districts No. 148. 436. 450, 368, 405, 423, 434, 451, 446. 447. 441, 443, 431, 309, 430. 432, 445, 440. 437, »iv, 449. 317, 362, 390. 439. 438, 444, and 443 involving 52,875 cu. yds. gravel, 356,410 units additional Vi mile haul and 15,300 cu. yd- stripping gravel pits; bids will be taken at the same time for ^-surfacing gravel roads involving 30. 000 cu. yds. gravel, 270.000 units of additional H mile haul and 9,500 cu. yds. stripping gravel pita. Bidding blanks and additional information may be .secured from the office of the county engineer. Algona. Iowa E. S. KINSEY, May 27, 1938 County Auditor. 22-23 National May 3O to June 4th Featuring Cotton Week Specials Prints 13c Bargain Pi-ice yd. Lovely colorful prints in quality for summer frocks and aprons. Fast colors, 30 inches wide. Fust Color Lunch Cloths 43c Fancy plaids 36x36 inches 42x36 Inches Pillow Cases lOc Good Quality- Bleached, Brown Sheetings, yd. 25c Our standard quality 9-4 Bleached, Brown Muslins, a yard 7c They're quality leaders The Are For the National Cotton Week $100 and $198 Large selection of missy nnd matron styles. Fashioned of slieers and novelty fabrics. Attractive neck- lines—aleevc and skirt treatments. Novelty Tea and Hostess The favorite novelty aprons made of fast color prints, novelty borders and organdy trim styles. 25c l\ Women's, Muses Slacks $1.00—$1.98 A Cotton Festival Special Price for Cotton Week Printed Batiste! Voiles! Dlntitie*. Luwns! Novelties! 17c Fine yd. Dress Fabrics Fruited Poplins Printed Lacra Printed bar enVcU Flock Dot Voiles 25c Solid Color Bath Towels With Wash cloth to match For only Colors: Blue, pink, orchid and maize. Lightweight Boys' Shirts 19c Cotton shirts that fit Fa»t color Boys'Shorts 25c Five count broadcloth Gowns — Pajamas $1 Fine quality, cool for summer Anklets 10c Fancy Elastic Tops Novelty patterns in white and pastel shades. Men's Athletic Bib Shirts 19c Knit of good quality cotton. Lightweight Men's Shorts 25c Fancy patterns. Panel seat. Blue t'hambrity Play Suits 29c Sizes 2, 4 and 6 years Men's Ecru Ribbed Unions 59c MEN'S Wash Pants $1.00 Litfht or dark patterns, stripes, and diock.s Look your best—feel your best in these wa»h trousers that are made of sanforized shrunk fabrics. Sizes 30 to 3d waist. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS —.Von-Wilt Collars —High quality title fabrics —Plum or fancy patterns —Prt-aliruiik tub fuat culura $1. Boys' Kiddie All Play suits 69c Big Yank Work shirt „ Department Stores 59c

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