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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1938 . Mr. and Mrs. John Dntton spent Sunday fishing at Lost Island They reported a good catch. Mr*. Forest Rice of Minneapolis came for Memorial Day and was a «uest of Hllma Ostrum. Mrs. tt. H. Roberto and «on, John, «f Sioux City were week end guests ftt the home of Mr. and Mrs. D D .Monlux. Rtttti Dickinson Hunter spent the •«Mkehd visiting her so™Lynn ? «• f? P arents - Mr. and Mrs. L J. Dickinson. Bob LaBnrre left for Iowa City, Saturday, to play in the band at the commencement exercises at the University of Iowa. •Prances McEnroe, a junior at Clarke College, Dubuque, returned ? m ,f Friday to spend the summer at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and three daughters, Ruth Ann. Rosemary, and Catherine, visited relatives at Emmetsburg, Sunday evening. Roy Richardson and son, Ray and Roy Brownell and J. A. Brownell and two sons are fishing this week at Pine River, Minnesota, on Lake Hattie. Mrs, George Hedge! of Fairmont, Minnesota, visited Algona friends and relatives last week. Mrs. Hen- Re! will be remembered as Mrs Maude Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Pclleymount- «r and family of Osage and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson and family of Bancroft visited friends hare briefly last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lushy went to Des Moines, Sunday, to be preset at the christening of their grandchild, Ann, year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmer. Mrs. Archie Hutchison and Mrs. Will Walker drove to Des Moines, Monday, to visit Mrs. Hutchison's sisters, Mrs. F. E. V. Shore, and Mrs. Gardner Cowles. Mrs. Hutchison planned to remain there during the remainder of the week, and Mrs. Walker planned to visit for several days. Visit the FREE FLOWER SHOW PLANT SALE Wednesday, June 8 High School Gymnasium Algona Call Mrs. Paul Wille concerning entries. HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints To measure accurately—tablespoon, teaspoon or cup, level full of any dry Ingredient, fill It full, then level off with a knife. Such a variety! You will find a tempting group of baked foods here. Wilson Bakery Phone 43 Friend* of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slagle, former well known Algon- lans, will be interested in learning of the marriage of their daughter Clrila of Strawberry Point to Eiler Johnson of Elkader, June 1. Mm. W. C. Lumley and two children, Velay and Billy, of Hampton came Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs. Lumley's mother, Mrs. George Wilson. Mrs. Lumley will be remembered as Verna Green. Mrs. Bob James accompanied her daughter, Mrs. C. Nasby, to her home In Omaha last week. Mrs Nasby had spent the Memorial week end here. Mrs. James was to go from there to California. Mrs. Myrta West and daughter, Virginia, visited Mrs. West at Bancroft, Memorial Day, and later came to Algona for a brief visit with relatives and friends before returning to their home at Perry. Kathcrlne Van Ness spent the week end with her father. Katherine, who teaches in Des Moines, will take a leave of absence next year and attend Columbia University to obtain her master's degree. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterzing of Spencer spent the week end at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr. Sterzing, a highway patrolman, will soon move to Sioux City to be a license examiner. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor and son, and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw drove to Spirit Lake, Sunday to visit Mrs. DeGraw's daughter, Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, and to make the acquaintance of her new grandson, Terry. Mrs. Laura Paine came last Sunday from California and Is visiting Algona friends and her daughter, Mrs. George Free at Garner. Before returning to California she plans to visit her son, Roland, in Chicago. Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and son, Bobble, went to Mason City the first of the week, where they will spend several days visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing and brother, Jay Tubbesing, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton ana Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quarton, Cedar Rapids were week end guests at the home of the men's parents, Mr. and Mra. W. B. Quarton. The Quarton sons are managers of the radio station WMT at Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. Betty Edge will arrive Wednesday from Mitchell, South Dakota, and will be a guest at the W. G. McCullough home until Sunday or Monday. Her parents, Dr. and Mr?. J. H. Edge will drive to Algona at that time on business and take Betty home with them. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne are the parents of a baby girl born at the Kossuth hospital, Friday, June 3, weighing 7 pounds and 0 ounces. The baby has been named Barbara Jean. This ia the second daughter for Dr. and Mrs. Bourne. The other child is named Julia Ann. Orvllle Balcken and Jerome Nielsen will be delegates to th« North- •«rn District ventlon at Rockwell City, beginning Friday evening. Myrtle Olson, president of the District League, will attend, also Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. The delegation will return en Saturday night. FARMERS ATTENTION Cattle Fly Spray 45c gal. Coast-to-Coast Store We Are Proud To State That We Have Been Appointed Distributors For The Famous Lim> «>f ROPER GAS RANGES Made at Rockforcl, 111. The most beautiful and most efficient stove made. We Invite Your Inspection To Our Bottled Gas Users We are now better equipped to serve you, and at a lower price, with the same quality fuel as in the past. This is due to ownership of containers by us - which means a savins for you, now and in the future your next tauU of gas "* usual. BJUSTROM'S K Al'l'UANCES BOTTl.KD tiAS Mr. and Mra. Henry Becker spent last week Monday afternoon at LuVerne. Mrs. Harold Ollmore and Mrs. Chet Holt spent Thursday fishing at Spirit Lake. Mf. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt fished at Lost Island, Saturday night. Mrs. Milton Glddlngs and two children of Wesley spent Sunday visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mae Harris. Lorraine Reed 'returned Saturday to her home In Iowa Falls after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Eleanor Payne, O. N., of Mason City spent Saturday afternoon and evening visiting nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. Mrs. Edith Goodman of Battle Creek, Michigan, is expected the last of the week for a visit at the home of her brother, John Wheelock. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Neville are expected home today from the Twin Cities where they have been since Sunday on a buying trip for the Neville Store. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and son, Jerry Bob, spent Sunday at Crystal Lake at the home of Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm. Durwood Baker, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker, left Friday for Kanawha to assst Dr. H. H. Stewart, veterinarian, for a mnoth. Durwood is a nephew of Dr. and Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. Charles A. DuCharme arrived Monday morning from her home at Grosse Point Farms, Detroit, Michigan, for a month's vis- It with her parents, Mr. and Mra N. C. Rice. Jack and Jill Ciapsaddle were week end visitors at the home of Bernie Burltngame at St. Benedict. Jack and Jill are the twin son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ciapsaddle. fttrav C. ML Williams returned Saturday morning from Streator, 111., where she had been visiting relatives and friends for a week. She was accompanied on the trip by Mrs. F. R. Bandy of Britt. Kenneth Mercer, former Algona high school coach, has received his master's degree from Beloit College, at Beloit, Wls., and will continue his work as assistant director of ath letlcs with an increase in salary. Mrs. Donald James and son, Ronald, will leave Friday for their home in California after a month's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson. Mrs. James wns Alice Johnson before her marriage. The Richardson Furniture Co. has taken over the agency for Skel gas for Kossuth county, and will handle the stoves and bottled gas as well as auxiliary products. The line was formerly carried by Bjustrom's. Phyllis Good, Mrs- Catherine Strieker, Mrs. Brainard and Pat Calandrlne of Fort Dodge drove to Algona, Friday evening to attend Bernlce Stock's dance revue In which the fprmer's little son, Jerry, took part. The John Goeders building, which Is being occupied by the Kresen- summer weather. The Botaforc Lumber Co. had charge of the work, Insulating with Zonolite. Milton Norton, his mother, Mrs. F. S. Norton and sister, Eleanor, went to Grlnnell Saturday to attend the graduation exercises. Fred Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ferguson, of Kcokuk, was a member of the graduating class. He i» a grandson of Mrs. F. S. Norton. Mm. Marguerite Vinaon and her children, Craig and Shirley and her mother, Mrs. Agnes Laidley, arrived the first of the week from Condee, South Dakota, where the Vin- sona have been living the past two years. Mrs. Laidley has been spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. Vinson is again making her home in Algona. William Bradbury and Helen Reeves of Sioux City arrived Saturday evening, and visited until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Helen Is Mrs. Godfredson's daughter. Donna Jean Reeves, who lives at the home of her uncle, Leslie Samp, at Lake Mills, was also a guest at the Godfredson home, coming to see her mother, Helen Reeves. Since returning from Eugene, Oregon, where they were called by the illness of their son, John, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Hough have received word that he developed a case of phlebitis which will keep him in the hospital longer than they expected. John had previously undergone an operation for removal of a kidney and became seriously ill when a blood clot formed. Rev. and Mr*. <",i-ornc Vunce, und children, Gary Charlotte and Arthur David left Sunday for Smith Center, Kans:is, where Mrs. Vance and the children will spend a month visiting Mrs. Vance's parents, Mr. und Mra. S. M. Wagner. Rev. Vance will return Wednesday to no to Urinnell to attend a young peopled conference. From there he will go to Beloit, Wis., where he is a delegate to the National Congregational Christian conference. Mrs. Leslie Oaten of Oak Park, Illinois, was a guest of Kathleen Holtzbauer Memorial Day and a few days following. She was Marian Todd before her marriage and lived in Algona when her father, Joe Todd, managed the Graham store and later one of his own. Mrs. Cutes went to Avoca from here to attend a gathering of her family. Caroline in married and lives in Princeton, Mo. Floyd Todd is in the navy, but is home on vacation. Both were to be home for the reunion. Since leaving Algona Joe was married again, and he and his wife operate a coffee shop. Guetttu at the H. E. .Morgan home over the week end were Clyde C. King of Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Astin of Milton Junction, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loomer, Whitewater, Wis.; Mrs. Effie Pike or Modesto, California; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clock, Ames, Iowa; Mr. and Mra. R. B. Morgan and daughters, Vivian and Margaret of Algona; Mra. Willis Cotton and son, John Morgan, Lone Rock. Mr. King is a brother of Mm. M. Jane Clark (mother of Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Clifford Clark). It has been 52 years since they have been privileged to be together. Mrs. Pike, Mra. Aatia and Mra. Loomer are nieces of Mrs. Clark. The occasion was Mr. King's 74th birthday. Henry Becker and Ed Capmhn drove to Des Moines Friday on business. Mrs. P. G. Davis of Minneapolis is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Burdette Agard. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchtn< and Marguerite Dalzlel spent the week end at Clear Lake at the Lusby cottage. Joe Shaben was exhibiting a fine specimen of the luna moth last Friday. He found it on the walls of the Security State bank. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs at Sioux City. L. H. Crawford and family returned to Minneapolis last week Monday after visiting durin? the week end with relatives at Algon.i and Whlttomore. Mr. ana Mrs. E. C. ttllkinH returned last week Mon.:,iy from Signore, Minn., where they had visited during the week end with the former's mother. C. B. Murtagh and Dr. M. G. Bourne spent Sunday fishing on North Spirit Lake and brought home a nice catch of pike, crappies and other flsh. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop moved from their home on East McGregor street Wednesday into the Pletch house on South Minnesota which they have purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson left this morning (Tuesday) for Pine River, Minn., where they will spend three months In their summer home at Wabedo Lake. Mrs. Chris Behrman of Bancroft and her two daughters, Dora of Los Angeles, and Mllda of Colorado Springs, Colo., spent Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ole Allison. Mrs. Tom Sherman accompanied her sister, Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, to her home in Minneapolis Monday for week's visit. Mrs. Kennedy had been a guest of the Sherman home since Memorial Day. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and her daughter, Janice, returned today (Tuesday) from Grinned where they visited for a week at the D. E. Miller home. Mrs. Bartholomew is D. E. Miller's sister. Glendora Burbank arrived Wednesday to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Burbank. Glendora was a student at Buena Vista College at Storm Lake during the past year. Sheriff Casey Loss, Oscar Larton, Stanley Grelner and Gordon Dcwel spent last week end on a fishing trip at East Battle Lake, near Hennlng, Minn. They reported the catch to be enormous. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and daughter, Joyce and Mrs. M. W. Ferguson visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel at Lakota and at the H. A. Wagner home at Buffalo Center. Guests at the home of Air. and Mrs. Harry Potter during the- past week end were Mr. and \frs. W. H. Campbell and four children of Wat erloo, and Mrs. Russell Chapman of Fort Dodge. The women are sisters. Margaret Hoffman of Chicago and .her mother, Mrs. Dana N from Thursday until Sunday a home of Dr. and Mr». Karl Hoffman They are the doctor's sister ant mother. Catherine Seller, G. N., visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sclzcr, Tuesday evening. She recently graduated from the Mercy hospital in Mnv, but will be on duty at the hospital until September 18. Mr. itnd Mm. Sigurd Fardel of Adel, Iowa, rame Friday for the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Mr. Fardel returned to Adel and Mrs. Fardel will visit during the remainder of the week with her parents. Mr*. Paul Humill left Wednesday morning to join her husband at LaCrosse. Wis. Mr. Hamill recently accepted a position as jewuler there and they moved there from Mason City. Mrs. Hamill spent a week here visiting her father, Frank Zender. Mr. and Mrs. IJojd Wellitndort received word of the death of Mra. Wellendorfs aunt, Mrs, Alice Miller, Thursday evening, at Minneapolis. Mra. Miller was a former Algona resident. Funeral services were held at Garden City, Minn., Monday. Mrs. Homer A. Tuttle returned Saturday accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell at whose home she and the child- ten, Marilyn and Richard, had been visiting the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell returned to Perry Saturday afternoon. Mrs. George Spougbcrtr went to Chicago Friday for a tun day visit with her son, Carl, who is studying at one of the art schools there. She will alsu visit a friend with whom she went over to Denmark and back two years ago. Curl recently won 11 $20 prize for some ari work he did. Frank Kohlhaas wus out on th.' street Monday after being continej to the Mercy hospital in Kurt Dodge about a week for observation and medical treatment. He had an attack of kidney stones, but an OD- eration was not necessary. He expects to be back at the Security State Bank the last of the week. Mrs. Minnie Long left Saturday for Glen Ellyn, Illinois, and her son, Junior, left Friday for the same destination, to visit with Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. L. Miller and brother, Otto Miller. They will alsa visit Mrs. Long's daughter, Mrs. Wullac Clow at Cold Water. Michigan. They expect to be gone for several weeks. liiruiu-Olbun of Mu»ou City toult possession last week of the Moe building south of the Advance 01- tico where they will maintain a Huick agency and garage. Joe Boe, formerly of Mason City, n manager of the new tirm and Geo. Yeoman, who was formerly with the Klussie Motor Co., is in charge of the mechanical department. Homer A Tuttle returned from Minneapolis, Saturday, where he hud been for the past week getting new sample lines for the nev/ firm he will represent. After an association of 19 years with the Des Moines Drug Co.. whom Mi Tuttle came to represent in 1026, he has resigned to become representative for The Northwestern Drug Co., of Minneapolis. He will continue to ; ; ve in Algona, and will cover part ,-f South DakoU, Minnesota and Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Shilling of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage. Sunday. Mrs. D. J. Bredall left Sunday for a week's visit with her pareVits, Mr. and Mrs. DuBois at Spencer. Phyllis Crawford, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, came down with the mumps, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Del Leaneagh and sons are spending two weeks' va- vation fishing In northern Wisconsin. Mr. and .Airs. K. Johnson of Mason City were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eldien, on Sunday. A. E. Hovcy of Badger visited during-the week end at the home of his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Job an n sen, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey drove to Fairmont, Minn., Sunday, on a business trip. Sunday guests at the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Gibson were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergerson nnd children of Ruthven. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Elbert of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor of Humboldt spent Saturday evening in Fort Dodge. .Mrs. Lawson Reed and daughter, Donna, arrived Tuesday of last week for a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Jessie Aman. Sir. and Mrs. A. E. Alnes of Port Angeles, Washington, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Anderson. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and Mrs. Wm. Finn drove to Garden City, Minn., Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Crawford's aunt, Mrs. Alice Miller. Mrs. F. W. Oretn and son, Frank, vlsted last week from Tuesday until Friday with the former's daughters, Alberta Green and Mrs. Sadie Higbee at Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Catherine, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish spent Saturday afternoon and evening fishing at Lost Island Lake. Mrs. H. L. Oilmore will drive tn Ames. Friday, and bring her daughter, Mary Louise, home for the summer. Mary Louise has attended Iowa State College for the past year. Ida Hatpin, student at the loun State College at Ames, will arrive the latter part of the week to spend the summer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpin. Mrs. Bernard V'oeman, Mrs. Meryl Yoeman of Emmetsburg and Adra Yoeman drove to Fort Dodge recently and visited at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Alger and family returned to their home at Newton, last week Tuesday, after spending the week end and Memorial Day with Mrs. F. W. Green, Mrs. Algcr's mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson and son, Verle, left Friday evening for Chllllcothe. Mo., to help their twin daughters, Ilda and Idela, celebrate their birthday. The girls arc attending a Chlllicothe business college. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Batchlet and daugbUr, MarvLou, Mr. and Mrs. -*»'3H»wwfta^?ifitrt 'mSHm- O. n. Brundnge left Monday for Wnhoo, Neb., to be gone a week on a business trip. Wilfred Rosspguie of Evanston spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes, who has been ill since before Memorial Day with kidney trouble. She was in the Mercy hospital In Fort Dodge a few days the fore part of last week, but Mr. Holmes went after her on Wednesday. She will be confined to her bed for a time. Mrs. C. R. Mundhcnk of Sioux City and Mrs. N. L. Nelson of Ames rame Saturday to spend Memorial Day with Louise Magnuson. Dr. Nelson and daughter. Mary Jane, joined them Sunday. Dr. nnd Mrs. Nelson returned home Monday evening, but Mary Jane remained until Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mundhenk will be here for a week. Anna Nelson, who tenches In the State Teachers' College at Chadron. Nebraska, rame Saturday for n visit with her mother. Mrs. Almn Nelson. She will return to Chad- ion the last of the week for another six weeks before her summer vacation. Mrs. Nelson's son. Wilfred, who has been employed nt R. R. Donnely's in Chicago for several years, is also home for a ten-day visit. He accompanied his aunt, Mrs. Christin Anderson and the latter's grandson. Douglas Hladik. who returned to Chicago Monday evening. Mrs. Nelson, Wilfred and Gertrude and Mrs. Anderson will go to St. Peter, Minn., the last of the week to visit Gertrude, who is graduating this year from Gustavua Adolphus. While here Mrs. Anderson la also visiting her brother, Erick Nelson and niece, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. Fox Family Enjoys Day at Call State Park, Algona Bancroft: The following families ttended a family reunion pirnlc at the Call State Pnrk Sunday fcnry Fox, Joe Fox. C. M. Baker ."has. Fox and Wilbur Fox A .1 *engcr of Bancroft: C. C. Wlltsr of ?lue Karth. Mi nn .: J. .1. Whnlen. "olm Whalen and Loo Whnlen of .Tnson City: Tom Whalen of Jefferson: Win. Baker, r., and Bill laker of Algona. Bride Is Guest The members of the American -egion Auxiliary entertained at a 'arty in honor of Mrs. Art Cogloy ''"hursday evening at the Mrs. Hrid- ;et Quinn home. Bridge and .VM ••ere played. Mrs. F. Bradley won ligh score in bridge and Mrs. C.eo. lohnson won high in !WO. Mrs. ".'ogley was also presented with a ;ift. West Bend Couple Finish Honeymoon West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Elbert returned from their wedding trip last week and Thursday evening gave a wedding dance to their many friends In the Legion hall. They are now at home to their friends at the home of her mother, Mrs. Justina Hoskin. Church Repairs Mode The Presbyterian church has been undergoing some repairs the past week. The most Important is a new shingled roof. The men of the church were doing the work. The interior will be redecorated In the near future. On Fishing Trip Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller and Dorothy and Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Miller of Ionia, left early Friday morning for Pelican Lake, Minn. They expect to he gone a week and will take n cottage and fish and have a general outing. C. C. Miller is school janitor and this is n change and rest for him. ley Kohn and two daughters, Beverly and Phyllis, all of Spencer were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, Sunday. .Air. and Mrs. Bernard DnhlhauNcr returned Sunday, following a week's vacation trip spent with Mrs. Dnhl- hauser's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kert Muckey at Rock Island. III., and with her sister and husband. Mr and Mrs. Max Barrow at Davenport. Mrs. A. W. AiiiuiiMon and children, Mary and Dick, attended the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Amunson, Mrs. Kate Tuttle at Peterson, Iowa, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Amunson attended the funeral of another aunt, Mrs. A. E. Reynolds, at Buckeye. Iowa. Mrs. A. O. Sonnerliohn and her daughter, Arlene of Crystal Lake, itnd daughter, Mrs. A. P. Nelson of Britt were guests at the home of another daughter, Mrs. H. C. Anderson, Thursday afternoon. Heinle Steiner of Red Oak was also a guest at .the Anderson home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mra. Maynard Stephenson are the parents of a baby boy weighing six and a half pounds }orn at the Spirit Lake hospital Tuesday, May 31. Terry Maynard a their first child. The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenaon and Mr. and Mr*. L. J. DeGraw of this city. Kathleen KVIIIIN, daughter of Dr. und Mrs. R. A. Evans, returned from Rochester, Minn.. Friday evening, where she had been since on Monday to attend the graduation exercises at the Mayo clinic and to visit old classmates. Kathleen will .stun working Tuesday (toil lyi at the Kossuth hospital. Audrey and Klrimor Ituiulolph of Spencer are spending this week vi.-:- iting at the home of their aunt Mrs. Ralph Elbert. Their father and his sister, Arthur Randolph and Ada Brock, brought them ov.-r and spent Sunday at the filbert home. The girls will visit another aunt. Mrs. K. F. Ball at Charles City next week. I.ieuteiuuit and Mm. M. A. Peterson and son. Mell, have arrived from Annapolis. Maryland, to spend a month's leave visiting at the homes of their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, and Mr. an-i Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. They will leave the tirst of July for Schen- tctady. New York, where Lieut. Peterson will continue his special post graduate work. Mary Klis-e ( lupsiuldlr, who attended the University of Iowa it Iowa City during the past year, i:; visiting at the home of her grandfather, I). D. Ciapsaddle. and the homes of her uncles. H D. Clap .saddle and J. G. Ciapsaddle at Burl for several days before returning to her home at Ste. Genevieve. Mis souri. She Is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Clupsaddle. We received the follow ing post card from Rev. Robert M. Schwyhart, Saturday morning. "Would you please send the Algona Upper Des Moines to our residence address—529 New Hampshire Ave , Norfolk. Va.. rather than to the ship? The USS Wyoming is going to Europe this summer visiting LeHavre, Copenhagen and Portsmouth with the midshipmen us our shipmates." Rev. Schwyhart is the ship's chaplain. On Wyoming Trip i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hundertmark have gone on a trip to Wyoming to see Mrs. Hundcrtmark's uncle Frank McColloch and family. One of the boys in the family was hurt in school Inst year playing football and has been in a Denver hcsplta in serious condition. The McColloch family lived here at one time. "" 'The M.'T. Munson home has been newly shingled and la now being painted. Cliff and Bob Munson arc doing the painting. Mrs. Charles Butcher returned to her home in DCS Moines. Wednesday evening after a week end visit with her mother, Mrrf. H. Sloan. Jfrs. Olive Dewitt was hostess to lier bridge club Friday afternoon at her home. Dainty refreshments were served after spending the aft- rnoon at bridge. Howard Munson of Grnettinger was in town Monday and while here purchased n two row cultivator to be used with his tractor which he purchased earlier in the season of Dunns. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harr of Havelock spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jeanne Simmons. Mr. Harr was helping Harold Simmons and Wm. Riley reshingle the Simmons residence that day. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek returned Friday from Claytonia, Nebraska, where they spent Memorial day with Mrs. Daubendiek's mother. Her mother is more than 80 years old and has visited here a number of times. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lavato and son of Taos, New Mexico, are spending some time at the home of her parents. Rev. und Mrs. N. J. Needing. Mr. and Mrs. Lavato are both teachers in the Taos school, and both are graduates of Dubuque University at Dubuque, Iowa. BANCROFTFAMILY REUNION SUNDAY Post-Nuptial Shower A post-nuptial shower was given ast Tuesday afternoon in honor of Wrs. Art Cogley in St. John's aud- torium. Bridge and 500 furnished he afternoon's entertainment, in bridge, Mrs. E. B. Kohnke won high score and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan won Safety Sam Says 7c Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Tac-Cut Coffee, <)\ JUT pound fcrtv. Orange Raisin 1A_ Bread, loaf lut Brown Beans and Chili, can Tomato Soup. per can Pard Dog Food, per can ._, Sardines, 19- t\v<> cans i«Jv Pantry Pickles liijox. jar^. -j--^ Palmolive Soap, 1 bars .._. Veal Steak, per pound Spare Ribs, per pound Ceeese, Cream, per pound 17c Cookies, fancy, 2 pounds ___! The fellow behind you is generally not a mind reader. Let him know what you propose to do with proper hand signals. Are you sure about your car? Lot us give it a complete Inspection. It's the safe way to do. Towing Sorvlco—Repairing Wm. C. Dau Garage Fender and Body Work Painting Phone 105 135 S». Dodge second prize and in 500 Mrs. Erwirt Ulses won high prize. Mrs. W. A. Murray won the door prize. Mrs. Cogley was given many nice gifts) in honor of the occasion. Inez Hood and Monica Baker vis- ted in Windom, Minn., from Monday until Wednesday. Kenneth Dcvine, medical studant at the State University of Iowa, ar- ived home Tuesday to spend the summer with his mother. Mrs. J. A. Devine. Marguerite Simnders of Chicago, Gordon, Edward and John Saunders md Elizabeth Ready of Dubtique visited nt the M. A. Saundcrs home Monday. Mrs. N". F,. Sheridan entertained ler club nt bridge Thursday after- inon. Mrs. Joe Recker. Sr.. won liflh score and Mrs. M, A. Saund- rs won second prize. The members of the W. C. O. F. ntcrtained :it a shower for Mrs. \rt Cogley Tuesday evening Bingo urnished entertainment for the 'vening. A delicious lunch was served by the committee and Mrs. Cogley was given a gift. Frank Baker, student at the Un- vcrslty of Iowa, is visiting at the lome of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Baker this week. Frank will enve the 9th of June for Alexandria, Winn., where he will be employed in n resort hotel this summer. Turaday.-Wed., June 7-8 Mickey Rooncy in "Hold That Kiss" Second Feature 'Crime of Dr. Ballett' Thum.-FL'l.-Sut, June 8-9-10 J. 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