i%ii s Fcounty ho**: **»« »-aurs flu, but Sunday, Martin I ^ Mrs, Earl Baas, Stra KSfit BS» $ rJS! '• • b <°""* "' high, fever but it was . believed Saturday that the fever had left her and that she would improve, "t Is now some 20 years since Mrs. Mason suffered attacks of arthritis which left her badly crlp- pled. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Wesley ( with two sons, and Mr. and Mrs, E.'J. Titus, Britt, were Mothers day guests at Jesse Hill's. Mr. and Mrs. Titus are uncle and aunt, the Smiths cousins, of Mrs. Hill. M*. Titus is retired, Mr, Smith is a farmer, and Mr. Hull a local trucker. Des Molnes Kraft ft Convention since tlie ,. M.gjjjij ey t to see K08SUTH COUNTY AttVAKdfi, AiXK)NA t IOWA PAOE3PIV1B will return- today from Ft. Dodge, where they attended a K. C. convention In session there since Sunday. The Doctor went down Sunday, and Mrs. Hoffman, accompanied by Anita .Rose Kohlhaas, went Monday. County Attorney and Mrs. L. A. Wlnkel went down Sunday, returning last night. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. , Patterson, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs! Merle Webster, Algona, were Mothers day guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Mr. Patterson, who is with the Northern Lumber Co., Is a brother of Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Webster Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, and her husband Is a painter here for the Reliable Decorators. Editor IV. G. Williams, of the •• Garner Leader was a recent Algo- E. At Genrlch, his son Howard,! 11!l visitor. Mr. Williams suffered and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McFart- j a stroke a year ago and it left the den drove to Rochester Sunday to .side of his body paralyzed but see Mrs. Genrich, who is in a Ma- he now gets around without much yo hospital, where she had a ma-1 difficulty. Mr. Williams once pub- jor operation a week ago Friday. I "shed the leading paper at Ames, It will.be another two weeks be-'and many years ago he was one of fore she Can come home, but she j the publishers of the now defunct In rannrtarl rlnlnir -wall Mjinnn Pltu 'Pi»vi«« fishermen in sports togs and with,at Cass Lake were C. R.LABarre,' modern outfits, but she was having all the.luck with just an old- fashioned pole, line, and hook. Mesdamcs L. W. Fox, James D. Burns, L. M. Merrltt, and (J. D. Drundage, of the local Legion Auxiliary, atended an annual district conference at Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs. Fox is president of the local unit; Mrs. Burns, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bartho* lomew drove down for a banquet and dance In the evening. Department Commander Victor F. Siev- erdlng and Department President Mrs. Oscar Hanson were principal speakers at the banquet. Mr." and Mrs. H. R. Rosewall. Blue Earth, stopped here on Mothers day for breakfast' with thfl former's mother, Mrs. Marie Ros«>wall, then went on to Des Moines to attend a clothiers' convention. They stopped here again on the way home Wednesday. Mr. Rosewall has a men's clothing store at Harry Holmes, John Bieser, H. E. Rist, and M. P. Weaver, The party took along a cook, a Mr. McGee. Mr. • Hauberg declares that they swept the Algona cabin occasionally. MRS. BRONSON, OF BANCROFT, PASSES Is reported doing well. .Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser are parents of a 6 Ib. 7 oz. daughter, born Friday evening at the Kossuth hospital, named Judy \Kfliy •' Mrs. Dahlhauser, the former Ruth'Muckey, is a daughter of Mr. Many Relative* in Attendance at the Arndorfer Funeral Among many, out-of-iown relatives and friends '.vho attended the funeral • of Mrs. .Victoria Arndorfer at St. Benedict a week ago Saturday were her oaly brothel, Emll Sheberle, Brodhnad, Wls., and nephews and nieces: Mr. and Mrs.. EdW. Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arndorfer, Mrs. -Mllle Lanp.er, Mrs. Mary Piroch, Mrs. Anna Grltzbough, all of Water town, Wls.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Corey, Mrs. Ann Kunz, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Des Moines; Mrs. Helen Hanig, Ackley. Mr. and Mrs. Tony tfale I s OI * i" 1 r«i *!?M. H.•'.'• boberty 1,2 week-end at Des Molnes, I «> e . we r mission, and Mary ^C^erty travels for.the spent yester- r,,v .C r daughters, •. *" h and Mrs. Lawrence md is also there will. move to on rthe v Donovan house on north .June 1. They are .now a house owned by M. G. i east Elm. Mr. Barker 'the local drug store. . " Mrs. F. E. Kent will go le Mo., today (Tues.) graduation exercises of . „„„ Fred at Kemper .. M11J- [school. Fred was .graduated thelocal high school in '37. Jin Roberts Mason City, was ver-nlght guest Thursday of Xr Walter E. Edwin " .manager lor 'the v Mid gage Co., there, and-Walter with the Metropolitan Life Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Bur_ Sioux City, who were Sunday Its of the latter's parents, Mr. Mrs. C. C. Wright, went on to Rochester, where Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamill, and "Bud" Zender went to Dubuque Sunday to attend a soprano/recital given by Gertrude Zender at Clark college. Miss Zender is a senior, but her plans for next year have not been disclosed. Mrs. Hamill, "Bud", and Gertrude are children of Mr. Zender. . The L. W. Lockes will move to the V. V. Naudain house on east State June 1, This house was formerly occupied by Mrs. Jessie Arnan, who has moved to Cherokee. The Lockes have been living in a house owned by Mrs. Minnie is rows was to IMP.. ¥. »nd Mrs. H. have Mayo Mason City Times. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vulgamott, Webster City, were Sunday evening guests of the A. A. Sterlings. Mr. Vulgamott, who manages a Phillips "66" station, is a nephew of Mrs. Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling, with the daughter Jean- ctte and Dorothy Dailey, were dinner guests that day of Mrs. Sadie Porter, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Porter is an aunt of Mr. Sterling. LaVonne Ringgdorf, Burt, and Alice Hngge, Ledyard, started work yesterday at the county soil conservation office. LaVonne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, will be graduated from the Hurt high school Thursday evening. Miss Hagge has helped at the office before. There are now nine other girls from all parts of the county at work at the office. Eugene Mnrlngh gave a report of the recent Des Moines district Rotary conference a the noon Blue Earth, and his mother plans, venteicher, formerly of the Sexton- to go there Sunday for a stay ov-1 Wes i ey _ St . Benedict neighborhood er Decoration day and to see her now farm i ng near osage. Old grandson, Ch'arles Rosewall, re- . _ . celve his high school diploma. Judge G. W. 8till man and Her- frlends also attended. Survivors in the immediate family are the children; Mrs. Clara Erdm'an, of man Hauberg returned .Thursday | Denver; Leo, Bancroft; Edward from Cass Lake, Minnesota, where Gait; and Henry and Michael, o, they had been fishing since last | near .gt. Benedict. week Sunday. They claimed that; •*• they got their limit, and so had,to| ALGONA PLACES of business come back. Other members Of their, except drugstores and restaurants fishing party who spent all week will be closed on Memorial day. funeral. Edward Bronson, cousin of the late Hugh Bronson, Sr., was once associated with Warren J. Laird in the funeral home here which W. S. McCullough now conducts. Funeral services were held at WPA Sidewalk Plan Bancroft Monday, Dr. F. Earl . t \7^«i««— O K 'A Burgess, Algona, officiating, for f 1 , 1 -" T, " CA V* . V . Mrs. Mary Bronson, who lived L« Verne, May 22-A WPA side-1 ....... - i walk project for Lu Verne has most of her life on a farm near| been approved( and work win be Bancroft. Burial was made atj begun late next month laying more Bancroft beside the grave of her than a mile of the walks. At a husband, Hugh, who died in 1923. special meeting of the council last Mrs. Bronson died Saturday at; week Tuesday evening plans were Hazel Crest, 111., of heart disease. ' laid. Materials and tools for the .Mrs. Bronson was born January j gymnasium project that can -be 23, 1868, at Washington, la., and | used have been bought from the tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abija school board. It Is estimated that Batterson brought her to Kos- _ the project will give work for some suth county When she was nine. She was married in Seneca township to Hugh Bronson, where they lived on a farm near Bancroft. After Mr. Bronson's death, Mrs. Bronson went to Chicago to live with her children. A sister, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Lone Rock, and nine children survive: Perry, Marian, Winnifred, Billie, Hugh, Jr., all of Chicago; Walter, Grand Junction, Colo.; Mrs. Helen Whalen, Bellflower, Calif.; Mrs. Ethel Thompson, Los Angeles, and Mrs. E. J. Simpson, Hazel Crest, suburb of Chicago. Hugh Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bronson, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Simpson came lor the two months. To Wind Up Receivership Julius Kunz,_Wesley, who for the last seven 'years receiver for a bond has been guarantee company at Davenport, expects to have his final report approved sometime in June and will then return to his home and business at Wesley. CONRAI), SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Thorston Satern, West Bend, was run over a week, ago by a rear wheel of a wagon his father was driving. He was rushed to a doctor, who found no broken bones though the boy was badly bruised. MRS, J, M, DYE, OF SWEA CITY, PASSES Swea City, May 22—-Swea City was saddened Thursday night by the death of Mrs. J. M. Dye at t o'clock after a long, -gallant fight to regain her falling health. Mr*. Dye had been up and about the house and had not given up her outside interests. Despite her physical condition. But Monday af- ernoon a'complete collapse came torn which she could not rally. Secret Marriage is Revealed. Lakota, May 22—Mrs. Alfreda Johnson has announced the marriage of her daughter Adele to Boyd Mulverhlll, on October 8, 1938, at Elk Point, S. D. Mrs. Mol- verhill will leave June 1 to joim tier husband, who is now at the naval air station at Norfolk, Via. She is among this year's Lakota high school graduates. Little Girl Hag Accident. Janet, 3-yeair-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sill, who farm Mrs. Neal Smith's land, adjoining Algona on the east, fell at play last week Tuesday evening at Mrs. Mabel Sorensen's and suffered a cut in one check which. r«- Quired stitches under ether to close. KRESENSKY'S OFFER Long on east Call street. Mr.'luncheon of the local club yester- Locke travels for the Goodyear day. The convention was held Tire Co. •Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and Josephine ; McEvoy went to Sioux City Sunday to attend ordination of the Rev. Thomas Lawless, cousin of Mrs. Reynolds. The service took place at the Sioux City cath- last week Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, and former President Benes, of Czecho-Slovakia, was the principal speaker Tuesday evening Helmuth Huenhold, club secretary, and N. C. Rice also attended. edral. Father Lawless conducted The Ralph McCarrons, Mason his'first "mass as the Assumption | City, James Fitzpatrick, LeMars, church, Emmetsburg, yesterday I with the Fitzpatrick son William, morning. were Sunday dinner guests Jiere of ''Mrs. Walter Frascr, who has Mr. and Mrs. E. Joseph Fitzpat- been visiting her son, Dr. Walter i rick. The MtiCarrons are cousins, A. Fraser, Rochester, N. Y., three' James an uncle, and Mr. and Mrs. weeks, leaves today for Hatifield,! Harry Fitzpatrick parents of Mrs. Pa., to spend the summer with her j K. Joseph Fitzpatrick. The latter son Scott and his family. Scott was Katherine Fitzpatrick before has 14-acre farm 25 miles north-1 marriage. Mr. Fitzpatrick travels | C. Anderson Mr and Mrs. Harold Brandt 'at Mason City Wednesday ,,,ig. The men attended a meat krs' school, and the woman vis- relatives. Mr. Brandt travels west of Philadelphia, and he commutes to and from the city to teach school. Mrs. A. Hutchison got home •Decker's. >. snd Mrs. T. C. Sherman for the Des Moines Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller, Grln- nell, were week-end before last guesls of the former's sister, Mrs. — for — Dollar Days Hundreds of Items at Special Prices for these Two Big Days FRIDAY and SATURDAY A complete stock of everything in Ladies & Chttdrens Wear ****& be to Humboldt Sunday to see Imovie, The Story of Vernon 1 Irente Castle, by Fred Astaire j Ginger Rogers. The scenario written by the Sherman son •d. .: , Walter Good came home ; from Anamosa, where she (spent a week with her daugh- I Mrs. C. J. Benner.; Mrs. Beni Is the former Virginia Good, | her husband is manager of iphone exchange.' Ir. and Mrs. Harry Sabin, pf.i few township, accompanied .by] |. Estella Sabin, Algona, at- the funeral of F. D. Solo. at Spencer Wednesday. V Mr. mm was a brother-in-law of .Estella Sabin. , Ir. anil Mrs. Vern Lahdon,•'.':. of ont, were guests last week iday of the Albert Haggs. The Ions lived here when Mr. Lan-? an electrician for W, ; H. tan. He now works for:'* the ferson Electrical Co., .. 'V • Ir. and Mrs. Arthur C, Fergu- k with their youngest son, drove IromKeokuk Sunday for a visit yesterday at Mrs. Ferguson's fter M. G. Norton's, Mr.- Fergu- '' operating a successful'.. in- fwe agency at Keokuk. • y. and Mrs. Lou Lelneger, of were week-end guests at . Huenhold's. Mrs. Leineger Mrs. Huenhold are cousins, i Mr. Leineger, who has" a* farm *east of Boone, is an old mlmate of Mrs. Huenhold. - '.and Mrs. Clem Cadd and - Harold Walker were at Fort We Saturday on a business fsion. Mr. Gadd is a salesman « Algona for the Republic ' w., and Mr. Walker'is with [Metropolitan Life here, • Anderson has resigned Si£ 1 with the Internationa' ester company here and haa W a position with the Allis- company at Hampton Saturday evening, after the win-! Lloyd Wellendorf, and also visit- ter in Florida and the last month ed Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and at Chicago with her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Frank Miller, farmers south- C. F. Drummond. She had been i west of Algona. Mr. Miller, build- away since January. Mr. and Mrs. | Ing contractor who formerly had Drummond brought he.r back by i the present Botsford woodworks car and remained for a few days' shop, has built a house at Grin- visit. Mr. Drummoud teaches in nell for his wife and himself. Mrs. the Morgan Park high school. j Miller is the former Alberta Gro- Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson at- senbach. tended a recent annual Town Mu-| Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon and tual Dwelling Insurance associa- ] Dr. A. L. Rist spent Thursday, tion annual meeting at Des Moines. I Friday, and Saturday at the W. C. The late Edward Blackford, for Dowel cottage, Clear Lake. Mrs. many years County Mutual secre-1 Tribon reports good success at tary; helped organize this com-'fishing but mourns the fact that pany nearly 50 years ago, and the' she had to throw back a string local agency has been associated of crappies caught off the Ventu- with the County Mutual ever since. 11 ra bridge. She was surrounded by trs> "• J - onnse ay for lhelr home at n,™ after four days, here ° Satin Slips gowns — gorgeous garments— $1.00 Hand embroidered batiste • Pajamas $1.00 Hand Bags Always a grand choice here $1.00 250 new cotton Dresses Sizes 12 to 46 $1.00 Slacks Farmeretts, Skirts, Jackets $1.00 Dresses Cinderella sheer 2 to 14 only $1.00 Friday Saturday • ONLY - TUES.-WEI)., MAY 28-24 Continuous from 1 O'clock THURS. - FRIDAY - SAT. MAY 25-27 Daily Mat. , , a ° ct o' Martln week ..'.THE IATTLE CIV THAT ADDED A NEWSTAI TO OLD CL01Y! FREE SILVER DOLLARS READ HOW TO GET THEM With every dress or pair of shoes purchased at $6 or more, we will refund you a shiny silver dollar. Purchase must foe cash and regular price. to ce ' ebrate » n- Pred Fr08t - Geo ' m Deh nert, J. I. - ShiUa t ck. wer n,, ? of Plus 100% Technicolor VyVyaii Donner's FASHION SHOW SirNDAY'MONDAY, MAY 28-29 OF UIRSHIN&TON SqURRE TUESJU Y » MAY 80 from 1 o'clock i«28^ w»w» ' »t the as. -^W 8 * 'StoSlOll tSSPW Oat; e?UB£ k OF AJ,EXAS|B» &\^^*£?£i*« Here's a Grand Sale DRESSES Right ,now when you need a new dress most we give you .this sale of regular $8 and $10.95 silk dresses. The smartest of New York styles, the finest of materials and workmanship. All individually s e 1 e c ted garments that we know you will like. Hopsakiiig, linens, triple sheer, I Crepes, beiriberg, prints/ in plain dark and pastels, 3 FOR I'lewty of large slse dresses, as well »s small sia* «S* ' • ; RRTEM!S Are Madf for the l&w Fans Fashions Kresensky's ft; . v • ; •• Here's the new SMOOTH FIT Slip with the NON-RIDE, NON -TWIST, Straight Bwk! ~ W>J $1.69 t TM P»rUei-FUU«9 Slip lor America's No. 1 Sun and Fun Suit... the ENSENADA Every where You Go.Jt's ENSENADA A* new M nest year** iportt roadster, and a» •mart, «n4 cbw for lounf e, b«ach, and (port* WMT, Tn« EnKnadii U oudc of Holiywood M<Mnf^4«UcbiniUy 990! and comfortable. The dacki K« made with tipper lide open* <***», and Gat yswr EoKnada wit now . . . plan towoi || «wr«*e»e »U iunuuer lonf, ^ |H Natural Coktr.
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