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HINERALSHmCES HEU) FOR FORMER CORWITO PASTOR Henry Albertson Dies In Storm Lake Hospital From Injuries Sustained in Pall Corwlth-Falrvlew: way to conference at SaCKy Satur! •w'SlT*? taken to * hospital at Storm Lake and his son, R ev James expecting to take The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Io*», Oct. 11,1938 Sunday from California, whew h« ha« spent the past thw* weeks vt»- »«ng with friends. •- , Mrs. Gather* too Shipman and Miss Gladys Hand- «r» spent Tuesday In Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Studer and Mr. and Mra. Bud Uvlnggton *.t- tended the cattle congress Friday. Mary Lou Wolfe, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer to Wnittemore Sunday to visit at the Maurice Studer home. Mrs. Merle Holt of Ottosen Is spending the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers. Miss Ardella Hauptman of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the Jome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PORTLAND MAN IN BBMARK HOSPITAL: CONDITION SERIOUS Son, Daughter of John Tninkhill Called to Bedside of Father on Friday Portland: Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhlll took a nephew, Peter Ed Hauptman. Mr. and Mrs. John Pflager of to conference o • • - •» and was ordni «f 6r at ^ *?" aft «n°°n service «„ returned to his father's bedside few hours before his passing. Bur '•' was in the Oakland cemetery Visit In Evansfem ial Return from CoMt TVallace Woodbury returned horn Man a moat priceless possession is sight. Yet the average man treats it more carelessly than he does his car. Surely a possession that can never be replaced de- •erven gome attention. Come in for an eye examination and let us tell yon whether your eyes are serving you the way they should. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardt's Pontlac, Illinois, spent Thursday at he home of Mr. Pflager's slater, Mrs. Harry McMillan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scheffleman and family drove to Madrid Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McLean. Mrs. P. E. Walley and Mrs. E. D. Bheehan of Algona attended the funeral of Mrs. M. Gauzley at Des Moines Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Godfredson of Denhart are the parents of a baby boy born at the Buffalo Center hospital. This Is their first child. Mr. Godfredson is employed at the Ralph Usher farm. Mr. and Mra. Harry Brown and Jessie, Mr., and Mra. Harold Brown and son, Charles, Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Stroup and children and Vlr- gll Maw spent Sunday at the Floyd Deggy home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Brown of Chicago, Mrs. Bert Donovan of Coldwater, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bogard and children of Danville, 111., visited several days at the Al Brown home the past week. Guest From Denver Honored at Portland Portland: Mrs. Claud Sigsbee honored Mrs. Lily Norton, Denver, Colo., an aunt of Mr. Sigsbee at a dinner Tuesday. Other guests were Mesdames Fred Fleming, Humboldt; W. J. Sigsbee, Geo. Stewart, Fred Frost, and Walter Klamp, all of Algona, also Mrs. Raymond Bler- atedt, Lone Rock. Trunkhlll and family to North Dakota, a short time" ago and while there John Trnnkhlll fell seriously 111 and for the past ten days ha* been confined to a hospital in Bls- mark. The son, Mennett and a daughter, Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Burt, were callers at his bedside, Friday. Peppy Pals Meet Portland Peppy Pals are scheduled to meet with Virginia and Viola Trenary, Saturday, Oct 15th. Burt Woman's Club Opens Year's Work Burt: The Burt Woman's club held Its opening meeting of the year last Monday, the annual five o'clock tea which was held at the K. J. Smith home. Following the tea, a business session was held and the new programs were distributed and explained by the program chairman, Mrs. J. M Doms. The general topic of this year's programs will be "Our Cultural Heritage." Mrs. O. H. Graham is president of the club this year. Several of the members attended the county federation meeting at Algona Tuesday. Sunday Onesto Mrs. Lew Rlke, Arnolds Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wyatt and baby, Spencer, were Sunday visitors at the Albert Bunkofakes, Ed Rlkea, Titonka, were also there and Leola Bunkofake, a student at Hamilton business college, Mason City, was home, over Sunday. Mrs. S. M. Peterson and Mrs. Geo. Lannlng spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. B. Dlttmer. Harold Grover has completed a run of silo filling. He also has done considerable corn shelling recently. Mra. Ray McWhorter and Mra. Joe Zanke attended the county federated club meeting at Algona on Tuesday. Monday guests of Mra. S. M. Peterson were Meadamea Geo. Lann- H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Brery load Insured.against loss or damage. Equipped to do aD drayloc and timing a-tf lng, Sam Wlnchell, Alfred Godfredson and Mrs. Doris Bess. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen, Waterloo, were Sunday visitors with relatives hereT having brought Mrs. Peterson home after a ten day visit at Waterloo. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Ward, Pine City, Minn., were Friday night guests at the Ted Rlngsdorfs.. They were enroute to South Dakota on a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl were at Fort Dodge Wednesday and als drove to Iowa Falls to take the daughter, Elda, back to her beaut shop after several days at home. Burt Woman Married Mrs. Lillian Slgler, daughter of Mr. and Mra. H. W. Manus, was married Wednesday afternoon, October 8, at Storm Lake, to Edward Blumer of LuVerne. They left for a week'a honeymoon trip. They will make their home In Algona, where Mr. Blumer recently bought a home. Entertains 8. 8, Cine* Mrs. P. L. Stalnbrook entertained the Golden Rule Sunday School clans last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Schwietert was assisting hostess. Viola Smith had her tonsils removed Friday morning. Jim Chrlstensen was a Minneapolis visitor last Tuesday. Carl Bahllng Is having a new corn crib erected on his farm southwest of town. Dr. and Mra. M. I. Llchter are parents of a daughter born last Tuesday. Eugenia Mae Kriethe was at home last week, being sick with a throat infection. Mr. and Mra. Jerry Neeland went to Cherokee Wednesday to visit their son, Henry. frfits and Raymond Lavrenz entertained the Walther Leaguers on Thursday evening. LaVonne Grelae went to Iowa City Wednesday for treatment at University hospital. BIRTHDAY PARTIES GIVEN AT UNION Union: Jean Marie Sarchet entertained a group of young folks at her home in honor of her brother, Kenneth's birthday anniversary, Friday evening. The event was a surprise. Games were played followed by it lunch. Rudolph Will Is installing a new 'urnace In the basement of his home ere. Harley Will, who has been In Ida>o since threshing time returned ast week Wednesday. He Is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mary Lee. Ruth and Lucille )earchs spent the week end with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs. Two girls attend high chool and Luclle Is employed at the i. & L. store. Mrs. Glair Winkle entertained a group of relatives last Wednesday evening In honor of her sons, Wallace's and Kenneth Satchel's birth, day anniversaries. Bridge was played. High scores were won by J. K. Hansen and Kenneth Sarchet. Mrs. Winkle served lunch. Miss Cloye Zentner returned to her home at Winnebago, Minn., last Friday after a stay of three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Glen Strayer and other relavtles In Algona. Mrs. Strayer and baby, Mr. and Mrs. W. Etherlngton, who were here visiting from Sully, lowrff accompanied her home where they spent the day at the Zentner home. for themselves in the community life. Word has been received here of the marriage of LaVonne Blxby, Estherville, and Merle Scrlbner, son of Mrs. Josephine Scribner, Lu- Verne, on October 1. He is now driv. ing a truck out of Des Moines, where his bride Is a nurse In Broadlawn's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blum, Edward Blum and Henry Schroeder', Montlccllo, Wis., spent last week with relatives here. It Is their custom to visit the Iowa State Fair each year, then make a visit here, but rains prevented It this year, so they visited the dairy cattle congress at Waterloo this year. LuVerne Evangelical Society Has Rally Lu Verne: Over thirty women were present at the rally day meeting of the Evangelical Women's Missionary society Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wm, Marty and Luella Blumer were hostesses at the Marty home. A very Impressive devotional service the was given by Anna Wolto, Mrs. E. |R. Walter and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. M n, Buffalo Center teach- lesson was presented by Mrs. er, spent the week end with Lulu Fred Merkle. Mm. Lewis Merkle Hawcott and Sellna Clifton. I gave a very Interesting report of the Eagle TVp. PTA Elects New Officers Swea-Eagle: Districts No. 1 an 'Mo. 6 of Eagle township held the joint P. T. A. meeting last wee Friday evening. The meeting wn well attended and the following wor elected to serve as officers: Lloy Gardner, president; Mrs. Ja Brones, vice president; Kathryn Larson, served. secretory. Lunch was Vote For •w FREDS. GEIGEL Of Irviugton, Republican nominee for County Treasurer immmmmmmmmmmlimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmms RE-ELECT GOVERNOR KRASCHEl SweapEagle Births Mr. and Mra. Linus Peterson ar parents of a son born Tuesday, Oc 4. The mother and baby are beln cared for by Mrs. Northern In Swea City, Mra. PeMrson-s.-nsother. Mr. and MM. Reuben Larson are parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Sept 28. Builds Barn Eric Erlckson Is having a new barn built on his farm. arid RETURN Senator Guy M. GILLETTE TO WASHINGTON Vote for 'All these Proven Statesmen " Lieut. Qo>erao> form K. Valentin* Sec'y si Slat., Boberi C. O'Brlon Auditor el Stall. C. W. StcnM Treasurer el Slat*. Leo I. Wegnan Attorney General. John H. Mitchell S>c. oi Agricul. Tbonal L. Curran Commerce CommlMlon«r>. Harry B. Dunlap. Hoaald L. Ryan Bupt. al Public Init.. Lucy E. Hall Iildaee •* Supreme Court, lohn W. Anaereoa, Maurice F. Doaeaaa. John W. Kiatiioaer. E. N. Mlllei C^ngt.B.m.ni 111 DUt. j. p. Caaney. 2nd. Diet. W. S. )acob«.n, 3rd DUt. W. F. Havei. 4th DUt. Fred Biarmann, Sta DUl. Mr*. Ruth Hollingih.ad. 6th Dill. Hubert Ullorbaclt, 7th DUt. Roger F. Warin. Sib DUl. H. tlovcj Efeland. 9lh DUt. Vincent V. Harrington. KEEP IOWA DEMOCRATIC Democratic State Central Comm.ttee Mr. and Mrs. George Doocy vlsltec relatives In Chicago, first part o last week. Mrs. Anna Mohler of Iowa Fall Is visiting at the home of her als ter, Mra. G. Kracht. Mrs. Leslie Hanson and Mrs. Jennie McCrary of Swea City entertained the Baptist Ladles Bible class at the McCrary home last week Thursday evening. Mm. Mike Enockson and .son Russell acompanled her brother, Swen Tjensvold and his two daughters for a few days' visit last week with relatives at William and Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Johnson of Ottawa, III., returned home the first part of last week after a few days' visit here with Mra. Johnson's sla- ter, Mra. Ed Bergeson. They camn here for Mrs. Klrkhus who has spent several weeks here with her (laughter, Mra. Bergeaon. Wesley College Girl Suffers Operation Wesley: Nina Mae Wagner, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner, was operated on Thursday morning for appendicitis at the General hospital in Algona. She was taken sick at Ames, where she had attended college for just five days. East Seneca Small Pox Victim Recovers East Seneca: Darrell Hansen is back in school this week after his siege of illness—small pox. - TW Ai»dV«w» Hotel ii tJtiuUd In th« ccnUr of tft» downtown dtetrict - • f«w rt«p« to J>op» M d .muMmwita. Gut** «* llweyt le/ttbU In pl«M«rt, ho»«llk pctiiing bod for brokfttV l •nd dinnw - M>v«d In tb« Corfu Shop...G«eg« l«U* tr* 4TH STREST AT HSMNtPIM ANDREWS Seneca Birthday Club Meets at Campbells Seneca: The Birthday club met at the Ralph Campbell home on Tuesday afternoon and helped Mrs. Campbell celebrate her birthday. Five hundred was played at four tables with Ruby Paulgen winning high prize. Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Mrs. Leo Lampe, Mrs. Harvey Christiansen and Ruth Fesaler were club guest*. Mrs. Julius Bollig and Mrs. Howard Richards were the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson spent several days with relatives and friends in Illinois. Gerdes Clemenson underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Ea- thervllle hospital last week. Mya. Albert Cody and Maxine spent Thursday and Friday in Minneapolis, where they received medical treatment Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons spent Wednesday evening at the Henry Groen home and helped Mrs. Groen celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sexton and son of Alexandria, S. D., spent several days the past w«ek at the Jens Peterson home. Mr. Saxton and Mrs. Peterson are brother and sister. afternoon. ..,.,!„„ «. »i _.,r .. ,. Aux .']! a 9 r *ym» out completely the standard of sewing meeting will be held Wed- efficiency as outlined by the soclet- nesday afternoon at the James les of the state. Hulda Frltzemeler v^nristensen home. Mrs. Wyot Stott spent last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Pederaon, at Bode, helping care for a new grandchild. The Woman's Home Missionary society met Saturday afternoon at Mra. Wm. Nelsons with Mrs. Thoburn Spelcher assisting hostess. Mrs. F. L. Pratt returned Thursday from Ellsworth, where she had spent a few days making arrangements for the closing up of her mother's home. Mr and Mra. Fred Doty of Fred erlcksburg and Lettle Brace, Wat erloo spent last week Tuesday nigh at the W. E. Brace home. Mrs. Doty and Miss Brace are Mr Brace's sister*. Mra. William GTddlngs and Mra E. H, Pannkuk entertained at post-nupttar sbower at the O. C Glddlngs borne Wednesday after noon for Mrs. Albert Fosnaugh nee Zlta Glddlngs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mackay, of Pipestone, Minn., called on Mrs Elizabeth Patterson, Friday morn- nlng. They were on their way to Char 1 ton to visit a son. Mr. Mackay la Mra. Patterson's brother. Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks left a week ago Sunday with the Alvin Ftasmussons, Pomeroy, for Shreve< port, La., where they are visiting :helr son, Lleuteant Luther Falr- )anka, and family. Luther Is in the U. a Aviation service. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Brace and he S. E. StraleyX Fenton, and ifrs. Tressle Rlngsdorf were Sunday dinner guests at the G. E. irace home. The gathering was In lonor of the birthdays of W. EL Brace and 8. E. Straley. Is president of the local society. Esther Merkle is secretary of Young People's work in the state and Florence Hof Is In charge of the dcclam. atory contests. Mrs. Wm. Rarrtus, Jr., and baby. Gllmore, spent the week with relatives here. Mrs. Helene Trauger returned on Friday from Estherville where she had spent the past three weeks. Mrs. Minnie Fechner Is visiting In Denver, Colo. Her son, Emll, was here recently and she accompanied him home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson, North Platte, are visiting the Aaron Steus- sys, the Harry Lichtys, and the Wm. Perkins at Corwtth. * Mrs. Cora MaePharson spent last week visiting In De» Moines and O»- eeola. She la employed by Dr. Meyors a* office nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Anderson and daughters, Mrs. Geo. Wolf and Mrs. Elmer Kubly attended the funeral of an uncle of Mrs. Anderson at Stratford last week Monday. The Ooctober Cemetery Association meeting will be Thursday afternoon, October 13. Mesdames Hel. ma Stripling, Wm. Ramus and Wm. EClawltter are hostesses. Elinor Mae Wolto waa home from LeMars over the week end. She went to Boxholm Sunday and accompanied one of the speakers at he young people's rally there baclc o LeMars. Members and friends of the Methodist church were well pleased to tear that the Rev. Harvey Nelson tad been returned to the pastorate here. The family has been here or one year and have made a place $3 to $4 Most popular style-rage in years! The new "thick" soles! The BLACK SUEDE tie with high or cuban heel. The step-in in GOLDEN BROWN or PARie WINE CALF! Guaranteed as Advertised in Good KRESENSKY'S Rev. Bottom Again Wesley Minister Wesley: The Rev. Arthur Bottom will begin his fourth year as pastor of the Wesley and Sexton Methodist churches. He was re-appointed to the pastorate at the closing session of the Northwest Iowa conference at Sac City, Monday morning. I. C, McNulty, formerly of Wesley, is at Ireton and A. A. Howe, once of Wesley, Is at Sutherland and H. E. White, who left Wesley ten years ago, Is now at. Ida Grove. Modern Mixers Club Meets at Seneca Seneca: The Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Lee Wednesday afternoon Five hundred wa» played at four tables with Mrs. Howard Richards winning high prise. Mrs. Sigurd Olsen was a club guest Rites Held for Former Livermore Woman Saturday Livermore: Funeral services were held here Saturday, Oct. 8, at Sacred Heart church at nine o'clock for Mrs. Anna Cox. of Los Angeles, California, with the Rev. Morris J. Costello officiating. Mrs. Thomas Devfne sang, with Mrs. August Paulson as accompanist. Burial was made in Mount Cal- vnry cemetery at Livermore with the following pallbearers: Frank 3aumgartner, Richard Dumphy, Leo Devlne, Neal Hanlfan, Frank Dumphy, and Carl Morrison. Anna-Garrahan was born In Fort Dodge In I860 and spent her girlhood there. She married William Cox and moved to Livermore to 1898, where they lived until tlia year of 1919, when they moved to California. Twelve children were born, on* dying In Infancy. The children: Gertrude Capeslus (deceased), the> Misses Josephine, Lorette, Ursula, and Elizabeth, Mrs. Mattle Fos- gues, and James, all of Los Angeles; Herbert of Cedar, Minn., Mrs. Reg- Ina Sweeney of New Richland, Minn., and Mrs. Beatrice Biggins and Frank of Livermore. The Cox family were among the most prosperous of this community, [and did farming and stock raising on a large scale. Mr. Cox died In September, 1920. Mrs. Cox, while she had been in rather frail health for some time, had not been dangerously 111, and was taken suddenly with a heart attack Sunday ta her home In Los Angeles, and died Tuesday. Shirt Waist Frock Fine Printed Silk Mixed Challie with comfortable Dirndle waist $5.95 Comes to Kresensky's Season's Smartest COATS 50 Usually Sold for $34.50 Your winter coat is perhaps the- most Important fashion purchase of the year. It is for this reason Kresensky's puts so much emphasis on the selection of only truly Important coats. 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