Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1931
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IN iSUNDAY KOSStJf H COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAOtt Shut Out pton tatt Sunday. Bancroft Will tan- time this aeason , have made good_ rec- this year, a n<5 > beln * enemies, will be |to win. George Boevers, Ma^on City, visited at Dr. F. L. Triton's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg spent Sunday at Mt. Auburn,/ with relatives. ".'.•' There will be no services at the South Cresco or Good Hope churches next Sunday. Ruth . Stokes, student at a Mankato commercial college, spent the week-end at home. The Dr. F. L. Trlbon family spent Sunday at Clear Lake, guests:of the Dr. A. L. Rlsts. John Altwegg, Ruthven, and his daughter Hazel were guests Monday at William Altwegg'H. Mrs. d. F. Lathrop got home'Fri- day from Wisconsin, where she'had They took a. southern elatlves. oute. Mrs. Otis Paddock lett yesterday or her home at Olendale, ArlB., at- <r a. visit of seven weeks with her arents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon. Irs. Paddock was formerly Gladys Trlbon. Gilbert Kloth, West Point, Neb., been traveling.for several weeks. Jeanne Altwegg, near Aigona, re turned Monday from six weeks with were shut out, I relatives at Like Crystal, Minn Th Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Call, Des Hampton Sunday. i» ,l Mo | neai apent g un day and Monday stars shone and here, guests of the A. Hutchisons batting failed to get a run out of I they did succeed In get- d and Cayou as far as but In each case there "out* and the batter up t before a score could be 1 scored three runs in the ,'mtne fifth, and the fin the sixth. Two of the the result of Aigona feher for the S. ; U r I. J' Twoeood played at the L nlayed -second and right [the Algonlans, and Harold L, who starred for Aigona f returned to the line-up. Bonham, one of Algona's Jers earlier In the season, la fhome this week to prepare fichool coaching. A,big gap Igona infield was made »in Hill left Aloona, i and Stephenson," for ,A1- ide some excellent catches CM at Hampton, and Parks, We player, .starred for i with two runs):and v two lltlori to excellent work in ,'s have been working un- management since last ,iday, when fans and play- meeting at the Legion hall |. W. Kelly, Dr. P.'-V. Janse i Cunningham as board o i with the latter as treas :es have not been .overly i year, and some player received their salaries in he'directors are planning a • funds soon. • ; score for Sunday's gam Bank Examiner and Mrs, R. H •Miller, spent Saturday at Battli Creek, attending the funeral, of i friend. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans return ed Sunday from Merryvllle,' Mo. where they had visited relatives a Week. Mrs. Elsa Anderson, Des Molnes came Saturday to spend >'a. wee with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hor Igan. * Mrs. .Edythe Dalley was sic Friday and unable to attend -to he duties at the Marigold BeautyShopp No. I. Mrs. Elsie Alexander underwent major operation at the Kossuth hos Itai Friday, and Is reported recov ring. Mrs. L. E. Potter left Sunday.fo Meriden, where she is spending th 3b f-cf to .. AB R H PO A E .40 2,04 ..40 0 00 0 atter's'mother, Mrs. F. J. Behlm'er, nd Alice Behlmer left by auto "uesday for a month with California the week-end with his wife and children', who are spending two weeks with local relatives ahd old friends. Mr. Potter, formerly employed at tho Mann garage here, Is now sales manager tor the Sleg Motor Co., Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh are spending the week at the Al Fnlkenhalner cottage on Hayward's Bay, the Okobojls They have as guests a couple from Chicago. Eugene Is having a vacation from his duties at the Haggard & Falken- 'halner offices. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock, Sioux City, and their son John week with her daughter, • Mrs. .R. B. tllner. Mrs. Dora Sparks, Leesburg, Ohio, s spending several days at the B. Sparks home In Plum Creek .ownshlp. Mrs. F. J. Clark leaves next weekend for Denver, Colo., for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weston. Thelma Horlgan left Sunday for Minneapolis to resume her position as secretary at the Blake private toys' school. The Gustav Mindemans, Apache, Okla., are -visiting Mr. Mindeman's sisters., Mrs. August Huenhold and Mrs. Frank Tietz. Mrs. Aurellia Coffin, of Burt came Monday for a week with her daughters, Mrs. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. H. ,E. McMurray. Maurlne Miller, employed at the Y. W. C. A., Mason City, came home n his way to Ashland, Wis., stop- led here Tuesday to visit Mr. and tfrs. Max Bast and Mrs. Ernestine Bast. Gilbert's mother Is a cousin if Mnx. Lucia Wallace got home Saturday i'om a month of touring in Wisconsin, where she visited relatives and friends at different points. She raveled by auto with a niece from Rclnbeck. Nels Olson, father of Mrs. R. G. Richardson, .her brother Robert, and the latter's wife arrived Sunday for a few days' visit. Robert works n the circulation department of the Sioux City Journal. The Rev. I. G. Kltzman, of West Bend, and his family were entertained at supper by the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner Sunday. The Braners entertained the Fred Ernsts, Rutland, the same day. Mrs. O. W. Erlckson got home Sunday, after a month with her mother at Rhinelander, Wis., and with relatives at Minneapolis. Mr. Erlckson met her at Minneapolis, and they drove home. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn had her tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital Monday, and Mabel, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman, hajj her appendix removed at the same hospital the same day. Mrs. Wade Sullivan spent ' the first few days of the week with her mrents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kelly, Smmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan will move Into their new homo oh east Call this week-end. Mary Conner^ 6, daughter -of. At torney and Mrs. Clyde Conner, Des went home Sunday, after a visit since last week Tuesday with Kenneth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Kenneth has for some years teen assistant city editor of the Sioux City Journal. Ruth Emptlng, Des Molnes, came Saturday to spend the week with Arlene Granzow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. Ruth Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emptlng, former Algonians, Arlene will accompany Ruth home Sunday for a week's visit. Dorothy Sherman, New York City, arrived Saturday tor . three weeks with her parents, Mr. anu Mrs. T, C. Sherman. She Is employed in a law office. Her brother Richard, of the Forum magazine staff, who spent two weeks here, left for New York Friday. Mrs. Anna E. Phillips and Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips are expected home today from Wyoming, where they visited daughters of Mrs. Phillips at Laramle and other points. Mrs. 'Phillips ,had been in the west since early June; Lloyd and his wife slnc^ June 20. Mrs. E. J. Van Ness, her daughter Katherlne, and son John spent Monday at Onawa, where Katherlne Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Conner, Des Moines, left yesterday morning for Minneapolis, where they are visiting relatives of the women, who are sisters. The Goods will visit Chicago and other points hefore returning. Mr. Good,Is enjoying his annual ten-day vacation from his duties at the local railway express office. Mrs. F. L. Trlbon went to Schaller yesterday morning to attend the wedding of Francis B'.eakley and Frances Meyer. Mr. Bleakley Is a brother of. Lewis Bleakley, son-in- law of Doctor and Mrs. Trlbon, whose wife recently died here. Mrs. Trlbon was accompanied as far as Holstein by Mrs. C. V. Hulse who Is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Can-la Yule. Erma Plaehn, Relnbeck, who taught In the high school here the past three years, will teach American government and citizenship in the university high school at Iowa City this fall. She will be succeeded here by John McDowell, Waterloo, who will teach American history. Miss Plaehn will also attend the unl- By Eva W. Strelt. Two Parties Honor Visitor— Mrs. A. L. Peterson 'and Mrs. S. B. French entertained at the former's home last week Wednesday night In honor of Mrs. L. R. Mot-, rison, Pasadena, Calif. The enter <talnnient consisted of bridge, and Mrs. A. H. Stock and Mrs. Laura Pulne won the high scores. Another party honoring Mrs. Morrison was given by Mesdam'eS ; E. C Dickinson, Laura Paine, and the honoree's sister, Mrs. K. D. James at the Dickinson home last Thurs day night: There were 20 guests al bridge, Mrs. H. Anna Uhlendorf E. Rist and Mrs winning the high scores. Mrs. Morrison received a guest prize. mado arrangements to third grade. She has teach the had. some teaching experience and last year attended the I. S. T. C., from which she received her B. A. degree lost spring. Paul Lamuth and Eloise Du Chene, Farlbault, Minn., spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. 1 . 4 If .— 4 ..... 2 lib (11, cf 4 , rf .. lute, p 3 32 AB 5 5 4 4 4 4 •4 4 3 0 0 R 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 H 2 2 3 2 1 n 2 .1 1 1 24 PO 2 11 I 7 3. 1 '3 ft 0- 0 8 A 0 0 4 2 3 0 0 1 -5 1 3 E 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Sunday for two weeks with her mother, Mrs. G. R. Mantor. Margaret, .g-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller, West Bend, entered the Kossuth hospital Monday for medical treatment. • Kathleen Holtzbauer Is spending .the week \vilh friends at Glair and Aryshlre. She is bookkeeper and cashier at the Christensen store. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Logue, Ethel Taylor, and Roy Woldridge, all of Mason City, spent Sunday with Ethel's mother, Mrs. Carrie Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. 'Bullinger, A. F. Rahe, Dyersville, arid Charles Rahe, Kirkwood, Mo., spent several days recently with the C H. Ost- winkles. The W. H. Leases left Sunday for the Okobojls, : where they " are spending this week at a Bible con Moines, who was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Harold Patterson, underwent ah operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital Monday. S. J. Kennedy, St. Cloud, Minn., came Monday for a few days _with his mother, Mrs. John Kennedy', and sister, Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. Kennedy, who is a farmer, has not been here before in" six years. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wlnkel, their two sons, and the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel, visited the Ralph Wlnkels, Joliet, 111., from Friday Mil Monday. Ralph is also a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel. Ida Sorensen, who had been living at Grand Island, Nebl, and other points in the west, arrived one day last week to make her home here. She is a sister of Mrs. J. A. Freeh, and at present is at the Freeh home. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shilts, Tecumseh, Neb., and their children, Joan and Betron, arrived Sunday for several days with the C. R. and F. J. Shilts, brothers of C. H. C. H. has a, plumbing shop at Tecumseh. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. Paul is manager of a Swift plant at Farl- bault. Other week-end, guests of the : Lamuths were Mr. and Mrs. H.. Statler, Hampton, and their son Maurice. .. f;> Contrary to a report in last,week,'s Advance, the midnight fire at Mrs. A. P. Jensen's on west McGregor street last week Monday night 'Was caused by defective electric wiring. It was said that the blaze originated in oil-soaked rags, but Mrs. Jensen says there were no such rags in the house. E. A. Schemel, Kossuth County State bank assistant cashier, Is taking a two weeks vacation, and with his wife and son Mart drove to Ames yesterday to bring home Mrs. M. P. Weaver, who had been called here a few days 'before by news of he illness of .her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel. Bernice Stock, who has been attending a six weeks summer school at Lacrosse, Wis., is expected' home sometime next week 'or the rest of the summer. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. verslty and take work towards a master's degree in political science. Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf W. Mindemann, Apache, Okla.', their son Erwin, and daughter Adele, have been guests at August Huenhold's 'since last week Wednesday, and will be here for several weeks more. They visited Lotts Creek relatives Monday, and were at August Meyer's, Fenton, Tuesday. Yesterday they were at Carl Voight's, Whittemore. Mr. Mlndemann is a bj-othCr of Mrs. Huenhold. From Sandusky, O., under date of Monday comes a picture postcard from A. L. Peterson, who with his wlfo departed one day last week for unannounced points east of Chicago: "Tell Andy Anderson," he said, "not to buy up all the corn In sight on the theory that the crop is short, for In northern Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, it looks good and shows no sign of drought. Expect to be back Thursday." Mrs. W. H. Lease and her daugh ter lone got home last Thursday from Monrovia and other points In Dance Pnrty at C. C. Clublioiisc— Josephine Murtagh entertained group of young people at a danc Ing party af the Country club club house Monday night. Vlctrola anc a radio set furnished music. Lat In the evening refreshments wer served. The guests were Gertrude Kenefick, Clarabelle Clark, Eleanor Backus, Madonna Qulnn, Frances Zender, Loretta Howie, Jock Burtls, William Cliff, Mark Stanton, Kenneth Cowan, Fred Clark, Perry White, and Eugene ' P.ierson. Kathleen Holtzbauer Is Hostess— Kathleen Holtzbauer entertained at four tables of bridge last Thursday night at her home, and the ilgh scores were won by Thelma Goedftrs, Alma, Grelher, Elizabeth Nugent, Catherine Doreii. notarial!* Hear Reporte— The Rotary, club met Monday icon at the Country club clubhouse. After dinner President J. F. Overmyer gave a report of an llth district presidents' and secretaries' conference held at Marshalltowri ast week Monday and Tuesday. Secretary V T. L. Larson and Al Falken lalher^ past district governor, also Attended the conference, and'-Mr. Falkenhalner spoke on Community Service. Dancing Party at Clubhouse— An evening party at the Country club clubhouse scheduled for nexl Tuesday night will be held next Monday night Instead, and will be a dance to music furnished by Cliff Mandy's orchestra, of Sheldon. Lunch will be served during an intermission. The committees in charge are the committees for the last two scheduled evening. parties and next Tuesday night. Thursday afternoon. four tables, and Mrs. J. L. BonKT and Mrs. T. H .Chrtschtlles won til* high Scored. After bridge there **UI lunch. , ' Mr. and Mrs. D. ft, Steele «nt*r- talned theii* dinner-bridge club fti the Country club clubhouse last week Wednesday night. After dinner bridge was played, Mrs. J. L, Bonar and T, M. Chrlschllles winning tho high scores. Mr, and Mrs. Boriar were guests of the club. Gertrude 'B&neflck entertained at three tables' of bridge Tuesday evening. Clarabelle Clark won the high score; Cathrine McCall, second high, , The W. G, T. U. will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. H< lodges Officers will be elected, «$ .»? Horlgan, Lorraine Margaret Blossom, lunch was served. Tierney, and After bridge Other guests were Meredith Lathrop, Catherine McCall, Katherine Kain, Ruth and Marion McMahon, Kathryn Mis bach, Ann i Murtagh, Jeanette Iloyal Neighbors Plan Picnic— The Royal Neighbors and their families will hold their annual picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park next Tuesday afternoon at 6:45. Members are requested to take their own silverware, dishes, and a covered dish. Rolls, coffee, and Ice cream will be furnished by the camp. '. , .. . •16 at Clubhouse Party— An afternoon bridge party was held at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday afternoon, with Mesdomes W. B. Quarton, J. L. Bonar, and H J. Braloy, Wesley, as hostesses There were 45 guests The high scores were won by Mrs. S. E. Me Mahon and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Burt Refreshments were served Other Society News Mrs. H. M. Hauberg and Mrs. E A. Schemel entertained their brldg club a,t the former's home las ANOTHER RECORDING ORCHESTRA COLI&EUM i TITONKA Fi'Idny, August 7 RKEH Records and RKO Vanderllfo BOBBY GUIG08 AND HIS BANBi B. W. 8HKPARD, Manager. ' WEHLER $8.50 F, w!'WEHLER & CO, I'lliillf '-'HI llt'cimi. I.."II ference at grounds. Mr. and the Methodist camp Mrs. William Garman . 37 6 14 27 15 2 iary: Two-base hlte, Gru- j struck out, by Cayou 6, Jills 7; double plays, O'Brien to Butler; left on buses, |5, Hampton 8. UoimssES ION AFTER WIFE i two weeks after the death fclfe Monday, July 20, D. W. lied Sunday evening, 'August [o'clock at his home In Al- _r. Hohn, who was afflicted jitarnal cancer, lost. Interest following his wife's passing rapidly during : the- last services were conducted Methodist church a-t 2:30 f afternoon, and "burial was f Rlyervlew cemetery. hn, whose given names ilel Wesley, waa horn In |Qreene county, Wis., Octo"">7. and was nearly 74 years .th. His parents, Mr. and lord Hohn, brought him Creek township, Koasuth [in 1865, and he grew up was the eldest of four (Creek township ,Mr, Mae Barnhart, California where they had spent five weeks. At Monrovia, they visited a sister of Mrs. Lease. They mad" stops at points.of ! Interest, Includ Ing ; Salt Lake City, Denver, the Royal Gorge, the Grand Canyon, etc! ' Mrs. "-Lease's aunt, Mrs. Jennie Stevens, Denver, accompanied them home for a visit. Grace and Vera'Kouba. moved Into an upper furnished apartment in the Mrs. Lottie Kain residence last week-end. They had been rooming with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove, and the Kain apartment hod been occupied,by Mr. and' Mrs. Russell Hodges, now at the Dehnert hotel. Grace Is stenographer for Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, and Vera Is employed at the Kossuth County State bank. Their parents live at Wesley. Armond Walk, his mother, brother Kenneth, sister Margaret, Emma Hein,'and Bernice Dalluage drove to Aigona Sunday for a short visit with the A. H. Borchardts. Mrs. Borchardt and Miss Hein are sisters. Armond, who attended the <f. A '•si n; "to Wesley, are parents of a boy, born Friday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr Carman is manager of a Wesley ol station. Mrs. Patrick Dooley, Fonda, and her daughter Donna came last Thursday for another daughter, Dorothy, who had spent a week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith, Des Moines, and their daughter Mary Susan came Monday for a week with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. J. J. HoltKbauer. Dr. Burl F. Dewel, who had spent „ week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel, returned yesterday to Evanston, 111., where he practices orthodontia. The William Haucks, Humbbldt, the Fred Genrlch family, of. Lone Rock, and Arno Rlstau and Martha Hohenberger, Lu Verne," were Ai- gona visitors Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Kenefick, her sons Jim and John, Dolores Knudsen and Mrs. George Blben, who had spent two'weeks at the Okobojls,' came home Monday, Ada Carlson, her sisters Ellen and Alma, their mother, Mrs. John Carlison, the latter's brother, Charles Olson, and the W. P. Carlsons Swea City, left Tuesday morning for a week at Forest Lake, Minn Mrs. J. F. Overmyer returned Monday from two weeks with'Mrs F. S. Norton, who Is spending the summer at her cottage at the Oko bojis. Mr. Overmyer went • to the lake Saturday and brought his. wife home. Beth Annis, employed at a sum mer camp in Wyoming, writes tha forest fires are so prevalent tha unless there are heavy rains there is a likelihood that the national park In which her camp Is located will be closed. The Rev. F. J. Clark, of the Congregational church, Is taking • a month's vacation, during which he will at intervals make visits to different points In the state. The church has been closed for the month of August. County Recorder Laura Paine resumed her duties at the courthouse Monday, after a two weeks vacation at home. She had as guests her H. Stock, and will again teach physical education in the Eagle Irove schools' • , Mrs. Thos. O'Haire, Washington, D. C., who. is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist, is helping at the Kossuth son's wife, Mrs. Raymond Paine, Pasadena', Calif., and the latter's daughter Charlotte, Mrs. G. C. Voos, Minneapolis, her son Milton, and Louise Holland, Brlceland, Minn., went home Monday, after a visit since Saturday at Sheriff Hovey's, Mrs, Voos is a cousin O f Mrs. Hovey, and Louise Is Mrs. Hovey's sister. 0, 1883-they were mar- lh«r home by the Rey. E4- to, They had only one pon E. Hohn, of Rlngsted, [jUHohn, sister of T?. W., » at Morristown, Vfirnon, and 'the 'latter's JJ^ae Ella, are the pnly sur- year relatives. The late fen, who dfcd fp, Bepterobei brother. ^ . i was a member of the prorkers and the M9dern There wlH.be no services at the Presbyterian church during August. The pastor, the Rev. J". L. Coleman, is taking a vacation, but his plans are indefinite. Mr. and Mrs. N. C, Rice left Sunday evening for Chicago, where Mi's. Rice is buying new stock for the Book and Gift shop. They expected to be gone a week- ,, The Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Ingles, of Cresco, visited the W. G. Me- pulloughs Saturday and Sunday. Mr. McCullough Is Undertaker W. B. Laird's new partner. Betty, little daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Turner, left the Kossuth hospital Monday, and is now at home, where she is recovering AND HEAT WAV! from a recent operation. The R 3P- Nortons and _ Bob JAW ^.Saturday evening at 6 ~\ heavily jind flooded the W the short space of an ! an |n,ch j$L There fttoes Mr. and Spencer left yesterday for Ten. Mile lake, near Backensack, Minn.rfor a week's vacation. They have ™Norton's father's cottage, Mr, and Mrs, J. S. Auner; their daughters Josephine and Margaret, spent Sunday at the summer cottage of Pr. and Mrs. J. F. Auner, Des Moines, at the Okobojls. Tresa Sehimnatowsky, • of SJoux cKd Mrs, A. B.Boyle, Webster . Donnabelle and Betty Merron, of Esthervllle, have spent three weeks with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, who will take them home this week-end. Mrs, Miller, Donnabelle, and Betty spent Friday at Fort Dodge. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Drewry, San Jose, Calif,, stopped here from Friday till Monday to visit the R. W. Caldwells. They were en route home from a trip on the western coast.and Jn Canada. Th'ey were also to visit friends at Sac City, Mrs.' F. L; Tribon drove to Schaller yesterday and returned with her grandchildren, Dick and Bob Bleakley. Mrs. Trlbon plans to take the boys to Montana soon, and will remain for a time to keep house for them and their father. The Rev. C. H, Kamphoefner, Sioux City, was a guest of the Rev and Mrs. C. V. Hulse Tuesday evening, He used to be a pastor in the Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference, but is now secretary of the conference claimants' fund. County State bank while ,E -A. Schemel and Anna Buss are on cation. Mrs. O'Haire, who was Eugenia Rist, worked at the bank before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Ralston, Cedar Rapids, and their son Harlan went home Sunday, after several days with the W. E. McDonalds and other local friends. The Ralstons lived here six years before going to Cedar Rapids 11 years ago, and Mr. Ralston then as now traveled for the John Deere Plow company. I. M. Finnell and his son Edgar drove to Ames Friday and made arrangements for Edgar to begin a course in electrical engineering at Iowa State college in September. Edgar, who has for some years spent his summers at the Elbert Garage, was graduated from the Aigona high school in June. Dr. Melvin G, Bourne, who Is at present looking after the W. T Peters practice at Burt while Doc tor Peters Is visiting a son in the west, was here Tuesday. Carpen ters are rearranging rooms over'the Paine & Sorensen drug store, where Doctor Bourne and Dr. A. D. Adams will use the same reception room. Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton expect the arrival of their son, U. S. Consul Harold B. Quarton, from Havana, Cuba, next week for a month's stay. He will be accom- Sale, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Spring and Summer Merchandise at the, Lowest Possible Prices high school here two years and was graduated with the class of 1925, is now operating a general store St. Ansgar. Kenneth remained to spend the week with the Bor chardts. Mrs. H. R. Clark, Internationa Falls, Minn., and her four children arrived last Thursday for a weeks with" Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'Freeh, and Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark. Mr. Clark is chief U. S. customs inspector on the Minnesota and Canadian border at International Falls Mrs. Clark and the children drove to Aigona with another custom inspector's wife, who is visiting at Emmetsburgl Dr. and Mrs. Hale Shirley are at Mason City, for 'August and September, and Doctor Shirley is substituting for'a doctor at the Park hospital. On October 1 Doctor and Mrs. Shirley will locate at Lincoln, Neb., where the Doctor will practice in a clinic. He and Mrs. Shirley came pital. Mrs. panied by his wife. .The S. D. Quar- tons are expected about August 20, They-have been in Europe a year, but sailed for America early this month. The Rev. C. V. Hulse 'and his daughter Ruth plan to spend a day or two during the latter half of. this week at the Methodist camp grounds, the Okobojls, where the annual Bible Institute is in session. The Rev. and Mrs. A. H, Wood, of Good Hope, may also attend, Dr. W. .H Lease is among speakers on the program The H. M. Vlnsons and Mrs. Vln- son's mother, Sirs. Agnes LaJdley, left with H. M.'s sister, Mrs. Lee Stillman, for her home at Hammond, Ind., Friday. Mrs. Stillman, who had visited here a few weeks, was Helen here from St. Louis, a few weeks ago, and had since visited with the Doctor's parents, County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley, with whom they spent a week or so at the Okobojis. At St. Louis Doctor Shirley was Interne In a children's hos- Kate Turner, who returned a week ago Sunday from Rochester Minn,, where she received treat ment for an infection in her throat is gaining rapidly. She was at Rochester two weeks. Her son Har old, San Antonio, Tex., and hler daughter, Mrs, N. C. Skow, Des Moines, were with her at Rochester Mr. and Mrs.. 1 . Skow and Mrs Skow's sister Dorothy, also Des Moines, went home Sunday, Dorothy Is manager, of a Jane Gray Ineady-tto-wear ahop. Mrs. Turner expects her sister, Mrs. Margaret Boyle, Spokane, Wash., for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mann,. Pasadena, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Vincent, Beverly Hills, Calif., arrived Friday morning for two weeks with Kossuth relatives and friends. The Manns are at Burt with Mrs. Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. § Bathing Suits i All Wool 1 98c j= Children's and misses' S sizes, one piece, plain S and fancy. ODD PAIRS OF SHOES 95c Ladies' and children's sraps, sandals, and ties, most sizes. SILK DRESSES Washable RAINCOATS Sizes 14 to 20— a few left BATH TOWELS Large size-— .'•'... colored border, i/£ dozen—________ BATHING SUITS dies'and misses'sizes ___ Smart styles, all wool, la- . SILK SHANTUNG 40-in. wide, washable, fast color !_______ $1.00 $1.00 $1.98 $1.29 FABRIC GLOVES White and colors, values to $1.65' __________i___ , 49c $5.95 Vinson. Laidley are reoprda ,H City; nw« of Mrs. August were guests of the August, W. *., P J Laing took his mother, Mrs. j onn Laing, to Iowa City Monday for medical treatment. His wife, son, and Gertrude Sage accompanied them 'as 'far as Cedar Falls, whej-e they visited with relatives coming • home with Mr. Tuesday. Littles The Vinsons and expected home Mrs. this 11c,19c,29c The Fort 65 11 i* There are no girls in the Beth Backus and the J- entertained tl* former's gftttonal Sunday school boys at Clear Lf*e Sunday, boys were James find John, Spencer, Merlin Mttle, John Ferguson. Allan -Rnchanan and James PnUbD. Clara Re&s. deputy district court clerk, has spent part of the week at hW born* »t Swea, City. D> C. D. Schaap and Miss ent Mr. and, Mrs- e at the Okobojls tb» former's parents, of She!op who wend aU »«nmer « ^William Pooley, student at the week-end. H, M. has for some years been a. city mail carrier. Mrs. Louisa Wolf, Seattle, Wash., arrived recgntly and is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren. She has been her© since. June 1, and had been visiting her brother, William Altwegg, and sister, Mrs. B. M Sparks, of Plum Creek township She expects to remain till October 1. She Is a cousin of Mrs. Ogren and of Mrs, Anna McQuaid. The Rev, »nd Mrs. R, A. Burrows, Dallas Center, came Sunday to vlsjt Mrs. purrows' parents, Mr. and Mrs- C, 'C. Wright. Mr. Burrows is having a month's vacation from, his duties as pastor of a Presbyterian church. With Mrs. Burrows he went to Rochester yesterday, and Mrs. Burrows is going through the Mayo cllnto, Mrs, Burrow- ' was Edith Wright. • The Torkel Hills returned Jsst Thursday to gtory City, thejr |ormer home. The main f<MJtory for which the $111 company her? wa,s 9 dfe- Stahl, and Mr. Mann's mother. F. J,, who "had the Ford garage liere many years, now operates a theater at Pasadena, and Verle, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, is In the escrow department of a bank. Mrs.. Vincent was Trix Pert], who for years clerked at the Chrlschilles & Herbst store. Her parents live at Whittemore, and Mrs. GUS Sjogren. is her sister, Relatives and friends from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Stephen Tjaden were: Mrg. Relnhold Saatoff, Mr. and Mrs. <3eo, Thelle,' sons Maurice and Donald, of Goodell; Mrs. Henry Ruter, Mr- and Mrs. Lucas Ruter, Jella. Ruter, and Geo. .Ruter, Renvlllej Minn,; Mrs. Cornelius Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, daughters Jennie and Altina, Mrs. Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Johnson, daughter Norma, ft ll of Latimer: Mrs. George Auchainpoch, son Donald, Garner; Mrs. L. J. Krause, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Krause, German Valley; Mr. and Mrg, Geo. Altljouse, Theodore «t tributor Is located there, managed WrJnkler, Flora Barger, Barger, George of Ackley: Mrs. Herman _, davghter Bernita, Ce4ar F^lls; Mr. and Mrs. Johrf Meyer, Waverly; Mr.' and Mrs. GJen L Armstrong; WM| Mrs, ClauB Be Boer, Wesjeyj Mr?, filanju.?! dauibtey , feou^, Buf&lo C. ' eon, brother pf Edwin, ed here, hajj SJ?S5M%SWi two «BW 90WS!_ ^ rri*_ ^«..— wnoAUTB- 20 fine washable silk dresses, values up to $19.50. WASH FABRICS Values to 85c 19c 36-40 in. batiste, voile, prints. This is a real clean-up. ORGANDIE and, NET DRESSES $10.95 8 of these beautiful frocks, sold up to $24.50, PLAIN AND PRINTED SILKS 98c Flat crepes, rostanaro, georgette, eontenpora, prints, values to $3.25,. DRESSES tow Prise SZ.88, $3.45 79c CHILDREN'S ANKLETS AND SOX, all sizes, and varied colors PRINTED PAJAMAS One and 2-piece fast color, £4 f|A pretty patterns _______ . . 9 • "UU TINY TOTS' Fine sleeveless dresses, sizes 1 to 3, very smart BOYS'SUITS Washable, sleeveless, AQf* 7Qf* 1 i short and long, siz. 1 to 8 •twvf • wCj I m* CHIFFON VOILES A-OB-C cloth, 40-in. w,ide, yard , YARD SILKS Short lengths, wonderful bargains , ,__ BUDU SLIPPERS Leather soles and heels, 5 colors, pair _ , FINE FOOTWEAR In final clearance, most sizes DISTINCTIVE DRESSES A dozen select garments 3 BOXES OF KOTEX And one package of OIL CLOTti Regular quality and, width, plaip a»d fancy, WrWr l^PRffi^^pi»W--

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