The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19, 1934 fpcalfvents Mrs. Minnie Holland of Maxwell is -visiting h«r daughter, Mrs O W Stillman at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright spent the *; k . « nd 1" Des Moines with Mr. Wright's mother and sister. Ed D. Shsehan spent from Wednesday until Friday of last week in Sioux •City and Omaha on business. Tarda Strom of Elmore Is visitinn her sister, Segrid, at this time. She will remain about a week longer. Mr. and Mrs. John Strom of Mason City were guests over the w-eek end of the former's sister, Segrid Strom. Mrs. P. L. Thorpe and children left Sunday for Lake Okoboji and are now spending this week there in a cottage. Bosanne Lee Brown of Atlantic is visiting at the Ed Sheehan horn? now and will spend the rest of the summer there. Beth Backus and Anna Steussy spent Sunday in Storm Lake visiting with relatives. -They returned early Monday morning. Mrs. H. E. Paul of Spokane, Washington, visited Mrs. Guy Dalton, who is rooming m the W. K. Ferguson home Friday until Monday. Mrs. p. D. Dooley and daughters. Donna and Dorothy of Fonda visited Sunday and Monday at the home of the J. J. Dooley family. Ramona Moss of Newton returned to her home Friday after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Ramona is a nleoe of the Sheehans. Mrs. L. E. Potter was quite ill Monday suffering from pancreas and gall bladder trouble. . ?" d *e p« 0 - A. Heald of Spencer held court in Algona a short time on Wednesday morning. Prlscllla Southgate will leave Thursday for Minneapolis and spend the week end there with a friend. Joe Habeger of Lemar, Missouri was a visitor Monday at the D. J. Habeger home. He is an uncle of Mr. Habeger. Emily Rosewall of Iowa City Is now visiting Her mother, Mrs. Charlies Rosewall. She will stay about two weeks longer. Bob Reinders of Mallard arrived on Saturday night at the home of his aunt. Mrs. C. A. Joynt and Is visiting there this week. Mrs. Richard Schmitz of Storm LaKe arrived here Wednesday of last week for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Judge F. C. Davlson held court a short time Tuesday morning here. He expects to leave in a few days on a two weeks' vacation through the east. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the funeral of Mrs. John Klawitter which was held at LuVerne last Thursday. Caroline Schichtl expects to return to her hom-e in Cedar Rapids the last of this week after visiting several weeks with her sister, Mrs. B. P. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh and I Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hertig and Jeanette Goeders returned from Lake 1 family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Her- Okoboji Sunday evening after vaca- tinning there the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson drove to Lake Okoboji Sunday and returned with their son. Bob, who spent last week there in the Epworth League camp. Rev. and Mrs. C. Max Buck and three children came here Sunday from I>es Moines and are visiting a few days with Mrs. Buck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. Tom Frankl and Lydla Meyers drove to Lake Okoboji on Sunday and also took Lydia's sister, Alma back to Es- thervllle. The latter had been visit- Ing her parents in Fenton. Miss Mildred M. Dailey of Bradgate and Henry A. Fehr of West Bend were married Monday afternoon by Justice of the Peace P. A. Danson with Martha Martinson and Joe Traub attending. Harold Grover and Russell Pratt of "West Union returned to their homes Wednesday of this week after a few days visit at the Dennis Pratt home. The latter is a nephew of Mr. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and son, and Mrs. Mavwell's two sisters, Ivy and Ilda Patterson, left for Chicago and the World's Fair last Friday. The group expected to spend a week there. Rev. and Mrs. Martin Llngwali of Harcourt were visitors of Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand Monday and Tuesday. Rev. Lingwall and Rev. SJostrand were cohoolmates at college and at the seminary in Rock Island, IllnloLs. Mary Streit and m>ce. Catherine left Sunday for Chicago where they are (pending thla weak w$h. relativpi and attending the World's Fair. Mary Is taking her vacation from the ooe- <ters Company, where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson and Mrs. Pearson's sister, Norine Grelner left Monday morning for a week's trip. They are visiting relatives In Beaver Dam and Milwaukee, Wis., and will also atend the World's Fair In Chicago. Mrs. J. J. Dooley returned home on Thursday evening after spending a two weeks' vacation with her sisters, Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin, In St. Paul, and with other relatives. She also visited relatives In St. Cloud and Rochester, Minn. Philomena Qulnn returned to Woodstock, Minnesota, where she Is stay- Ing with her brother, Bud, Sunday evening after visiting here a few weeks. Her sister, Mrs. Joel Herbst and husband, drove her as far as Okoboji where Bud met them. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blltey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week at Spirit Lake, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Tyler of Ottumwa and Mr. and, Mrs. Art Tyler of Albia. The two Tyler families came here Saturday and spent that day and Sunday at the Bll- ley home. tig drove the latter's daughter, Janet to Clear Lake Sunday. Janet will stay there a week. Lorraine Tlerney took a week's vacation from her duties at the Iowa State Bank last week and spent the time visiting friends and relatives In nearby towns. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan drove Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. Lura Sanders A young people's summer conference Is being held (her? at this time and Betty Gun is attending it. L. A. Wlnk*l, C. A. Joynt and E. J. McEvoy attended a Knights of Columbus meeting in Emmetsburg on Thursday and installed the officers in the Emmetsburg council. Eleanor Backus and Josephine Murtagh accompanied Ambrose Call and Ed Drew of Des Moines to Algona Sunday. The four visited here that afternoon and returned in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. H. Chrlschilles drove their boys, Jack and Ted to Camp Foster at Lake Okoboji Sunday. The boys will spend ten days there. Louis Neville and Roger Michel accompanied them. Mrs. Cidney Laird and Mrs. Howard French of Tltonka took their daughters, Jane and Jean, respectively, and Phyllis Mathes to Boone Monday. The girls will spend the next ten days at the Y. M. C. A. camp there. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton of Cedar Rapids were guests over the week end at the Dr. L. C. Nugent home. Bill Quarton and Eleanore Blercamp of Cedar Rapids also visited Dr. and Mn. I* O. Nugent during •the week end. Mrs. Ann Fechner left Monday with her brother, Ed Osterbauer of Rockford, Illinois, for a visit at his home and with her brother. L. M. Osterbauer at Ottowa, Illinois. She will also go to Chicago to attend the World's Fair and to buy new fall hats for her shop. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nugent and two boys. Jack and Dingley of Chicago arrived here Saturday at the F. W. Dingley home. Mr. Nugent returned to Chicago Monday but Mrs. Nugent and the boys will visit here until the last of August. Mrs. Nugent. Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dingley. A group of girls spent last week at Lake Okoboji in the Danson cottage, the guest* of Shirley Danson. The guests were Helen Ostrum, Edith Roeder, Geneva Scharlach and Margaret Vlgars. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach spent the week end with the girls and brought them back home. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ohrischllks drove to Fort Dodge Sunday where they met the latter's mother, Mrs. Sallie Kranz, who will make a visit here. Mrs. Kranz has been visiting In California, with her son, Irwin Kranz at Pasadena. She returned a few weeks Edith Green of LuVerne is a guest | this week of her cousin, Mrs- Fred Pooch. Paul Rosewall of Chicago spent the wesk end with his mother, Mrs. Chas. Rosewall. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield of Sexton was a guest of her sister. Mrs. A. D. Richards, Friday. Marie Malland of Withse. 'Wisconsin, came Friday for a visit at the home of her uncle, O. Madson. Mrs. B. M. South j^ate returned on Monday from Britt where she had spent a few days with friends. Richard and Arthur Kohlhaas Df Llvermore were guests last week of their cousins, Johnny and Tommy Kohlhaas. Mrs. A. A. Sterling and daughter, Jeannette accompanied Mr. and Mrs, George Hoflus for a visit near Blue Earth Sunday. Mrs. Xena Shock Is helping out in the ready-to-wear department at the Goeders store while Jeannetbe Goeders Is taking a vacation. Mrs. Eugene Neville and daughter, Mary Jane, went to Okoboji Wednesday to visit Louis Neville who is attending Camp Foster this week. Marjorie Meline of Eagle Orov*. a niece of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, spent a few days the latter part of last week at the LaBarre home. A. E. Michel, assistant to the head of the Iowa State Emergency Relief, returned to Des Moines after spending Sunday with his wife and family here Ted and Jack Chrischilles, Louis Neville, Roger Michel. Allen and Russell Buchanan and Bob LaBarre are spending this week at Camp Foster at Lake Okoboji. Mabel Roupe of Minneapolis and Jessie Roupe and John Witwer of Mason City were guests Sunday at the home of the girls' parents, MT. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Worster are the parents of a baby girl born Monday- The Worsters have one other child, a boy. Mrs. Worster will be remembered as Iris Ashing. Miss Edna B. Meredith, and her friend, Miss Mary Dexter of Union Grove, Wisconsin, visited the first of last week at the home of the former's uncle, T H. Wadsworth. Mrs. Millie Kortum of Whittemors came Friday evening for a visit with the P. Mathlson and John McVay families. She is a former neighbor of the two families all living in Whittemore. Mrs. Eva Dayton who -will be better remembered In Algona as Mrs. Eva Cairy, returned to her home in Brighton Tuesday after a visit of a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Seeley. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and daughter, Betty, left for Vlnton, Monday, to visit her sister, Mrs. Strubel. When Mrs. LaBarre returns she will bring her other daughter, Eleanor, who has been visiting there. Mrs. Fay Hopkins and two children of California., who are visiting in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moulds, went to Clear Lake on Sunday to be guests of her slster-ln- law, Mrs. James Bailey and family- A group of Algona boys left Sunday for a ten 'days' vacation at Camp Foster at Okoboji Sunday. They are: Jack and .Ted Chrtschllles. Jack Long, Allen and Russell Buchanan, Bob LaBarre, Lewis Neville and Roger Michel. Roy Richardson Is exhibiting a Dutch windmill as part of a linoleum display In his window- He made- the windmill himself, fashioning It from pieces of linoleum. The arms of the mill are turned by means of an elec- trc fan. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Scanlan returned to their home In Rock Valley Wednesday after a few days' visit with their sons, Drs. F. C. and C. J. Scanlan. Monday Dr. C. J. Scanlan and h's father drove to Maquok-eta on a business trip. Mrs. Mae Hopkins of Port Jarvis. New York, and Mrs. Harry Duryea and son, Bernard of Mclntyre. Iowa, visited from Wednesday to Saturday at the F. A. M. Frost and Dr. Tribon homes. Mrs. Duryea ts the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost. Marie Morlan, sister of Sue Morlan and Mrs. Bert Deal, went to Des Molnes recently to take a, beauty course at the Kennedy School of Beauty Culture. When sh« completes her course she expects to join her Mrs. Tver Swanson and daughter. Charlotte, and son. Vernon of St. Paul were guests over the week end at the L. J. Malueg home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk moved Monday from the Vera apartment to theft- new house on South Harlan street which has just been completed. Floyd Egg-ert of Algona was arrested by Marshall Stewart of Hurt Tuesday night while driving while intoxicated. No charges have been filed against him as yet. Ralph Miller attended a session of the Rotary club at Mason City Monday and listened to an address on the new mortgage moratorium given by Attorney John senneff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helberg and family took their nephew and guest, Verlin Helberg, to his home In Newton and spent the remainder of the week end with their parents In Sheldahl. Lars Sorensen left. In company with his niece. Alma Madison of Lone Rock, for Driggs, Idaho, to visit his sister, Mrs. A. C. Larson. The two are expected home the latter part of the month. Clem Hogan of West Bend, a patient at the Kossuth hospital for the past three weeks, died late Tuesday. Mr. Hogan was 82 years of age and suffered with complications and Illnesses of old age. Call Dickinson of Des Moines spent the week end in Algona with his family who have bsen vacationing at the home of his parents. Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, and took his family home, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire are parents of a baby boy born Thursday morning. The child weighed 9% pounds and has been named Edward Timothy. Mother and babe are patients at the Kosfeuth hospital and Ellen Carlson, R. N., is caring for them. H. N. Kruse. Rev. A. S. Hueser, wailan Islands. a monS-s trip to ihe Ha-' ^er in the operation of Milady's To the Ladies . . . . The days are gune when one niereiy submits to a haircut. Tho new de- maud ts for Mi's. Daiiey's individual cutting and styling. The most attractive hainlress you've ever had —that the decision of most careful women who trust their coiffures to us regularly. IkVal ability and expert ran- combine lo jj'ive you enjoy- Beauty Salon. M* and Mrs. Roy Crapser drove to Cartersvlle Sunday and left their three children, Russell. Charles and Vivian with Mrs. Crapeer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry King, for a visit. Their other daughter, Evelyn, stopped at Rockford for a visit at the home of her cousin, Mrs- Royal Wilson. Mrs. Ida Smith Laird and son. Clarence of Cedar Edge, Colorado, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. M J. Jones while visiting relatives here. Between Cedar Edge and I>-lta arc- large fruit, ranches and the lamest U owned by Arthur Starr, soil of Milton Starr, no'w deceased, one time editor (if Ilu.s paper. Rev. and Mrs. C. V. HuLse and two AUion.i school trachers. Miss Floy Horn and Mu-s Nancy Kuth Renauri ivu-.rn- ed home Friday of last we k alter a lour Weeks' trip through Ol'.l Mexico, up through California and into Canada. A baa! trip Irom SVaUle to Lake Louise. Canada, \v;..-, enjoyed by the group, Mrs. Foivst Putney of Demvr ar- riv-.d here Fritiuy islttlr vi^iting in Chicago and attending the World's Fair. Mrs. Putney is the former Ethel Johnson who worked in Algona. Sh<: is a suter of Mr.s. W. J. Becker. ?i''-. Huti'.'V •-i.-iun tilt- lirM p.irt of the w. ek wiili her moiher in \\Vsit-y and ;spending tile remainder oi the wetk wlh Mi's. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin A. Hunter aiul little son. Rollin. Jr.. returned u> l)t.- Moinos Sunday after visitui^ 111 Algona since Tuesday at the Home of Mr.-. Hunter's parents, U. S. Senator au-i Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Th<_-y will visit in Des Moines with Mr. Hunter's par- aide and resultful heauly treat- g mi-lit here. You'll approve of our service . . . come ill today. 1 1 Phone U03 g ^^^.^.^^^ Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shop Mrs. Victor Parson, Kathleen Evans and Minerva Coleman left during the week end for Iowa Falls to attend the Iowa Baptist Assembly. Mr. Kruse returned Monday evening but the rest are there for the duration of the Assembly. Mrs. George Holtzbauer returned on Tuesday morning after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. T. J. Tobln, at Waseca, Minnesota. Mrs. Tcfbln was taken to the hospital Saturday because of an attack of pneumonia and although she is better her condition Is still serious. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson drove to Des Moinss Thursday with Rex Nelson, who Is secretary to Senator Dickinson, to see her daughter, Mrs. Rollin A. Hunter before the latter departs with her husband and little son for their home in Washington, D. C. She planned to return to Algona late in the day. Verne Lunn, who gave his address as Swea> City pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness in Mayor Specht's court here Wednesday and was flned $10 and costs. Lunn was arrested on Tuesday night about 9:00 o'clock by Marshall Green when he found htm lying on the street "dead to the world." Verle Schmidt, local boy escaped luckily Tuesday night when the model T Ford in which he was riding went off the grade three miles south of town and rolled down a steep embankment He says that he dozed off and lost control of the oar. The car was badly damaged but Verle escaped without a scratch. According to the Des Moines Register of Wednesday morning the Aleom Motor Sales had Its blue eagl? taken from it, for allowing too much for a trade in car. J. W. Little, local manager of the garage stated that the garage had not been flying a blue eagle and therefor? did not see how it could be taken from him. The Misses Nan, Clara and May Sherman of Los Angeles cam-? last week for a visit with their brother Tom Sherman of Algona and with their brother. Joe, at Bancroft. Tht Mlfses Clara and May are teacher.? ii the Los Angelas schools, and are hen on their vacation. Enroute they stopped nt Boulder Dam and various other points of Interest. Edwin V. Pierce of Spirit Lake ha? recently been appointed as deputy game warden for Kossuth county There are about 44 deputies in IOWE working under supervisors who cover a larger district. Ross Mos-es Is tht supervisor for this district. The Job of the deputy is to protect and builc up the game reserves and to arrest offenders of game laws. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson and little daughter, Mary Ann, visited at the Harry Spongberg home in Algona the first of the week. Mrs. Spongberg is Harold's aunt. Harold Is a graduate of the Algona high school. He has been located in Des Moines for some years, where he has a good position They were on their way to St. Cloud, Minn., for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart and family moved Friday out of the Simpson house on Call street, where they have lived for the past few months They are now staying with Mr. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stewart, who live west of town. The Simpson house lias been purchased by L. E. Hovey, who is now making repairs on tlio house prior to occupying it. Don All n of Davenport, accompanied by Florence Kivseiiaky of louu City arrived at. the home of their mother- in-law and yrandinolher. Mr.s. J. C. Sunday. Miss Kivsen.->ky will vi.-it with hrr grandmother lor 111; next two w fks. Mi'o. AlK-ii who li.i-. | been viMliii:,' iiiT mother the f<-w ! weeks', left wi'.li her Tue-iuy ) tor a vacation at Womaii'o Lake, Minnesota. Mrs. Mad, Chn.-Uan.nii w«s broii^h- luek home Ttirid.iv rvi-niii-f irom Ho- i'ir.'-'rr. Minii'-.iH.i. where .-!:-..• v, a.-, .1 pat:,-nt at the clime .-:nce. a week a » I.! ! Friday. Mr.i. Ch:':.-,Uar. vn re- C'i!\<-ii ,t bio d transl'UMcjii durini.' her .-lay there. Her cui;fii!:;j.'i 1.3 quit..' oi-r- : IKS ami .-lie li cunlin- d to bed ^i her ii<:nie. A nur.-e was brought back, with ;la-iii to take care 01 Mrs. Chris- tl.Ui.M.11. Kirh.ird Sherman ariv-.U in AJg'or.a today for a visit, of three or four days v. uh i;i.i p.ii'eiiu. Mr. and Mi'o. Tom Sherman. Richard just returned from tr.e Hawaiian Islands where he was s>>rcial staff representative Dr. W. D. Andrews and Dr. McAllister drove to Garner Thursday. July 12, where they held a clinical council for Dr. E. A. Phillips. Isabelie and Mildred Kain left Friday for Des Moines where they have enrolled in the Iowa School of Beauty Culture. The two girls are graduates of the St. Cecelia's academy in the year 1933. The A. A. L., the Aid. association for Imtherans held a social gathering in the shelter house last Thursday evening. About 60 people were present. A delicious lunch was served which was followed by a well-prepared program which was immensely enjoyed by all. Mrs. August Huenhold is president of the society. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen and son, Duane and Willard Zelgler returned on Sunday from a week's visit in Minnesota and North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen stopped off at VerndaJe, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Jensen's sister and Duane and Willard went on to Valley City. North Dakota, after a short visit In Hannaford, North Dakota, Mrs. Ella Helffens Hall of Kansas City returned to her home Monday evening after visiting here a few days with her sister. Mrs. T. H. Kirsch. Mrs. Hall Is the former Ella Helgens who was employed as a bookkeeper in the F. S. Norton Lumber company a number of years ago. She Is quite well known here and is a daughter of Jerry Helgens. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver and their daughter. Mrs E. A. Schemel and son. Mart, left here Tuesday morning. Mr. Weaver expected to attend the state convention at Des Moines and Mrs. Schemel and Mart were to visit nt the Ed Rahm home In Des Moines. Mrs. Weaver was to make a prolonged visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Menzel at Ames. Sister M. Bertille. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders. her companion. Sister M. Dolorosa and Sister M. Materna returned to Dubuque Monday after a week's visit here. Sister Ma- tcrna Is a niece of Christene and Car- Rev. and Mrs. Olin Parrott of Harts- vllle, Indiana, arrived here last Thursday, bringing Mrs. Parrott's mother, Mrs. L. J. Malueg back home after she had visited there for three weeks. Rev. and Mrs. Parrott returned to their home in Indiana this morning (Thursday). Rev. Palrrbtt pneached Stmday In the Methodist church at Emmetsburg and his sister-in-law, Ruth Malueg played four cornet selections accompanied on the piano by Evelyn Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson drove Jean Murtagh and their grandson, llt- He) "Petey" Peteifeon baok to / De.t Moines Friday after a short visit made here by the two. Mrs. Mell Peterson arrived In Des Moines Wednesday of thla week from Newport, Rhode Island, and will take her son, "Petey" back with her. The Peterson will make their home in Newport until fall. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rosewall and two boys. Richards and Charles. Blue Earth spent Sunday with the former's mother. Mrs. Charles Rosewall. Mr. Rosewall returned to Blue Earth that evening but Mrs. Rosewall remained here for a visit this week. The other son. Charles, accompanied his uncle. Paul Rosewall. who visited his mother Saturday and Sunday, back to Chicago, and will spend two weeks there. . Last week it was reported that. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger and son were to move Saturday to Charlton, Iowa, because of a transfer made by the Frestone Company for which Mr Trauger travels. Plans were changed by the company, however, and the mnn scheduled to come here was transferred to another placo and Mr. Trauger. rie Wernert and visited The other two visited at the Goeders home. The Sisters are members of the Franciscan Order. Gertrude Morrow of Audubon is a guest of Mary Elizabeth Foster. Gertrude's sister Helen, who is taking nurses training In the Methodist hos- jltal at Des Moines, Is also visiting lere this week and is a guest at the Rev. C. V. Hulse home. The two girls are daughters of M. M. Morrow and made their home in Algona until a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg drove to Iowa City Monday after their daughter, Isabelie, who has been specializing in dramatic work in the six weeks' summer course she has been attending at the university. A play Is produced each summer by those students taking the dramatic course and n this year's play "Admirable Crisis" Isabelie had one of the main leads. together with his family, will remain her?. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Warner of Westfleld, New Jersey, stopped at th* O. H. Free home last Friday while on their honeymoon trip through the west. Mr. Warner Is a band instructor in the high school at Westfleld and the couple are friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan of Westfleld who are now guests of Mrs. Duncan's mo>- ther, Mrs. Free. The Warners left here to visit friends In Clear Lake. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz and Clarence Sterner of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Amdorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Grangenett and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grangenett nnd family and Mr. and Mrs. Frark Welmer and family left early Sunday morning for Carroll to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Frances S ( .-plienson came Sunday from Chicago to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Anna Htisch- ka and other relatives. Louisi Huschka. who spent the past week at Chicago, returned home with her. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnld Dorn. son E!- zear and daughter, Vivian and Edward Rosenmeyer left Sunday for their homo nt Yorktown, Saskatchewan, Canada, after having spent the oast two weeks here and at Chcago at the World's Fair. Money to Loan Reasonable interest, pay back in small amounts by the month. A safe, sure and economical way to save. Build, repair, buy Algona property, and have it paid for in a short time. Repair and remodel now that costs are low. Algona Building & Loan Association Sweeping Reductions on SUMMER DRESSES until Frday when they ulan to, return to their home in W^hmtuon. ; for Vumty Fair IL> gailntr mat rial D. C.. where Mr. Hunter ij practicing law. R. D. McCarthy, of fiin FiuncLsco. California, arrived at Hi-.- home of Mrs. G. H. Frtx> Saturday for a viMt. Mr. McCarthy an iiiitruc'.or m -i Sun Francisco high school iiiid ea:i;e as a member of the Shrine ciiaiiteis lo the national convention at Minneapolis. He also attended the World's Fair in Chicago and vi^iieu 111 variou.-. places iu this vicinity. Mrs. Free a:»d daughter, M^rs. R. L. Oiii'cuM and husband took their Vi.sii.o- to F-rl Dodge Tuotday. ior a travel story for that magazine. Mr.s. Sherman went, to EXei Moines to meet Richard who flew from the coast 10 Des Monies. Local ufficer.s rtceived a tip Saturday nighl that there were buspitiolis ci;aracU-i.i luiiying aruuiid the real' of tile C'.'hrijteiiofu Bros, dry goods store looking over in,., winau'.v.-s. Tllt-y un- niediateiy "luad.'d" up to make f'- 1 Ji.jL lur any intruders bui alUrr waiting around until the we«_- hours of the inuj'iHiiy and s!)ll no fXcilemcUl they u'.ciiK-u that either tile prowlers w.-re scaled out or tile Uy V.a,6 uixfouiidtd. IVillted Sheers Printed i'hilt'oi Printed < YCJIC- 1 Ma in < 're! ie> $/|90 : 4 the cliain-c \uli'\f ln-cll \\i-llilm I'ul' t» IV] ilcllUll i' wanlrnlir.-, with bright tn-w i'rocks. Looking for a jacket dress, tailored >iripeil silk, pa.-Mel or white af- tt-riiooii I'i-ock .' They're here hut they'll ^» in a hurry when \V«UJieH who know Si vie alld Value >ee thelll.

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