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KOBBOttt COtJNTY ADVANCE. ALflONA. IOWA PAGE fco*. This Is the season, to keep .. Also jlrottlair "Saws' and All 'Other Saws. _ L we rah this adverttse- it a month ,agb,;^ft.y8 e brought to us frbm 30 around. ,H 'ION AND HARDWOOD tays In , stock, Sold in Inttties.to suit. IOWA CENSURED FOR REMAINING IN G-JU FOLD Oklahoman Writes of Politics in the New South. By Bertha Crtrey Gilbert. MRS. JACOB MAASDAM IS DEAD; ANEMIA IS FATAL Irvlngton, Dec. 30 -- Mrs. .lake Maascliini, "i.| years old, died Decem- El. Reno, okla., Dec. 18 my $2.6,0 for 1031. Here's IX :it her home after suffering many months with pernicious l ry day in 1931 except >days and holidays. LOU MARKLA Head Blacksmith horpe |OOD AND IRON WORKS Old Bray Shop Stand day;, and the snow Isn't all gone The sun was shining today, the temperture was 42. ' You ask for n . letter for publication. IJvo wanted to say a few woVds about letting Id\va go Repub- tcan' after Congress gave us that :errlble- tariff bill, but you folks up ;here would vole the Republican ticket no matter what Congress did. Oklahoma went democratic Just to show Congress we didn't approve Its tariff bill and a few other things. It may help some in the national government to have the parties more evenly balanced, but I'm not anticipating smooth sailing for Oklahoma. "Wild Bill" Named Governor. We:iiave elected "Wild Bill 1 Mur- her for anemia. Funeral services were hold Saturday afternoon, December 20, at the Irvlngton church, with the Rev. A. English officiating A trio sang Beautiful Isle of Somewhere and Abide With Me. Burial was nnulo here. Mt?. Miiasdam was born at Big font j'rarrle, WIs., December 17 187G, and came to this vicinity with her family when 1.4 years old. Thr rest of her life was spent In'or noai here. She attended the school In district Nt>. .4 till she was graduated the eighth grade, and then attended school, the early A.lgona Normal after which she taught Gall Potter is recovering from severe attack of yellow jaundice. Mr. and -Mrs. Karel I-Ioran returned Tuesday from a week-end Visit with friends at Mason City. Attorney 13. C. McMahon was sick with the flu early in the week, and wns unable, to be at his office. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowen, who has been seriously sick, Is reported-gaining rapidly. She is 77 years old.- LaughUn Quinn, Webster City, came last week Wednesday to spend the holidays with the Joel Herbsts. , Eileen Goeders, Emmotsburg, Is spending the week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders. Florence Nelson, office girl for Doctors Keneflck and Crawford, was sick Saturday and Sunday with the flu. school, mostly in this vicinity, till her marriage to Mr. Maasdam, Mar. 27, 1913. The Maasdams have since lived on a farm here. Arthur, 1.7 years old, is the only child. She joined the Irvlngton Presbyterian church June 14, 18!)0, and was a faithful and active member of the church Aid and Missionary societies till 111 health prevented, when she continued to help financially. Mrs. Maasdam is mourned by practically everyone who knew her She has been described as a "won derful character." Mrs. Mary Har shlp and when radical changes be gin -to take place I wouldn't be sur- vice which ejects slugs and counter-1 felt money from a u t omatl ° selling machines. William Dooley will return to Milwaukee, Wis., Saturday. Me came home Christmas morning to visit his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. William Is taking his third year of engineering at Marquette University. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols are parents of a 10-lb. boy, born December IS. They'have a daughter and another boy. The baby has been mimed Gordon Allen. Mr. Nichols Is a salesman for Butler Bros., Minneapolis. Maurtnc Miller, Mason City, spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Cora D. Miller, and her brother Ktlwavd, who !« attending high school and works at mine & Soron sen's. M'Hirlne Is employed in th< office at the Y. W. C. A. Howard and Levl Selvlg, Hebron Mrs. Clarence Zlch, who had been employed at the Iowa State Highway Commission offices a year, •cslgned yesterday and went to Plover, where oho and Mr. Zich will make their home on a farm. Mrs. Kich was Eleanor Norman before Her marriage a few months ago. Her successor at the highway office is Mabel Olson, sister of Dr. H. M. Olson. Pearl Hanna, who has charge of dramatics and art appreciation in the schools of. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., -pent the Christinas vacation with :ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C Hanna, near Lone Rock. This was tier first visit' home in a year, for she spent last summer touring Bu rope/ Mt>. Vernon is a. town ' of 85,000 Inhabitants >usl outside Ne\v York city. Shirley Ellsworth, Humboldt came Sunday, and is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. L. C. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth DOCTOR EVANS INJURED FRIDAY IN AUTO CRASH Irvlngton, Dec. 30 — The Rome Robison car,, driven by August Robison, and a car driven by a Ra.hm girl, collided last Friday evening a few rods north of Jake Maasdam's corner. The lights 'from the cars evidently partially blinded the drivers for they locked wheels when they started to pass. Three wheels on the two cars were broken and the cars were considerably wrecked. August was returning from Algona, accompanied by Dr. R. A. Kvans when the accklent occurred. It is reported that Doctor Kvans received a broken rib, and was immediate .y taken back to town Winkle, who happened to be vt«iitol at the Robison hfime at tho time* Doctor was being taken to the Robison home for the .benefit of Mrs 4 , Percy Phillips, who was suddenly 111, suffering from neuralgia o£ th« heart. She has had several sick pells recently. Mrs. Phillips Is still ill in bed. Movie Election Carries. Sunday movies carrier!, 2G7 J 263, at a special election a,t Lake Mills early In Decerriber. Following the counting, of ba'.lots, the council met the s.arne night and repealed an ordinance which prohibited Sunday movies. Tho Lake Mills theater was burned down a couple of weeks before 'the election. ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ ray (Alfalfa, Bill) ^o^lieBovenor.| nOHS now nt Walwort | 1 ,"wis., writes "Mrs. Maasdam was a sweet woman . and tho world is better for her hav- prised to see another Impeachment. , Uved , n lt God knows best( TUTo anoni tn lin \rt* "irnf.tVirtVinmt" . .. _ .. _. We seem to have "got the habit of impeaching our governors. "Bill" Me has taken one of flowers." its fairest For Peace and Plenty [The beauties of life /be yours. The hardships of life be forgotten. This is 1 our New Year's wish. BJEllANO BftRBER SHOP Sawyer Building Formerly County Savings says the state officials have so Bcsldea tne hlls band and son she many assistants and assistants to |s sm . v l v ed by three brothers and the assistants that there isn't room tWQ Blster8i ' Robert and John Gaf . for them In the state house. They fneyj Irv i nffton , and -Simon, in overflow into the balls and rotunda. Cana(1a; Ml . s . Mary -Bradley, North He's going to "clean out" the state rj a kota, and Annabelle, who Is mar- house so the state officials will have ric , d nnd Uves , n California. Mrs room to work.. Maasdam was 54 the day before hei He's not a stranger to Oklahoma tlcath and . e ' n j oy ed a postal card politics. He was a member of the shower from count less friends, first assembly, and helped formu- t late the state constitution. Failed us Pioneer. This "Alfalfa Bill' tried planting an American colony In the wilds of Bolivia, but his pioneers were not of -such stern and hardy stuff as were our ancestors and the colony didn't succeed. These "Bill" Murray didn't realize that they couldn't Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lacy spent Ihristmas at Audubon with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed. Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Roberts motored to Grand Island, Neb., December 24 and are spending 'a week with a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ostwinkle, Des Moines, spent Christmas witb Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ostwinkle, parents of L. C. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller left last week Monday by auto for Saglnaw, Mich., to visit relatives of Mrs.'Miller. Mrs. Anna TJhlendorf, Chicago, came a, week ago Saturday to visit ler daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders, till February 1. S. A. Worster is now devoting part of his time to acting as local agent for the Penn Mutual insur ance company. ' Slgrid Strom, ' employed at the Goeders store, spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Strom, Elmore. C. F. Lathrop was critically sick with heart trouble last week and th week before, but has been able to b — , , „ , .1 r nccung. Air. ana ivirw. jiiiiawunu township farm boys, spent a f° w I went to Rochester, where Mrs. Ells- ^J"^°"L,^,r±°l; worth will remain for two weeks Howard is completing a liberal arts course at Augustana college, Sioux up since Monday. Mrs. P. A. Corey substituted a Falls, and plans to study law. Lovl s a trcshman in the same college. Dr. and Mrs. C. .T, Scanlan re- urned Sunday from Rock Valley, fter Jiavlng 'spent Christmas with he doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Scanlan. The parents came, lore yesterday to spend New Year's vlth the Dr. C. J. and' F. C. Scan- ans. County Agent and Mrs. E. R. "Morrison, Algona, County Agent and Mrs. H. M. Nichols, Humboldt, and County Agent and Mrs. Walter Weiss, Britt, attended a Sigma Chi dinner and dance at the Clear Lake Country club clubhouse Monday night. John Brunson, Mason City, came Tuesday to spend a few days with Robert Harrington and other Al gona friends. John is a freshman a the University of Iowa, where he is a pledge of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, of which Robert Is a member. Roger, seven months baby of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dldriksen, has been and receive medical treatment. Mrs. Ellsworth was before her marriage Vertla Steil, and Is the daughter of Jos. Steil. Mr. Ellsworth is an undertaker. Mr. and Mrs. L/. G. Nemmers, Mason City, are parents of a son, born December 17. They have one other son and a daughter. The baby has jeen named Robert James. The Nemmers ..family moved to Mason City last fall, and Mr. Nemmers, who was manager o£ the Northwestern Bell telephone exchange here, Is now manager of the exchange at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan are parents of a boy 'born Christmas clay. He weighed is their first child. pounds. This Mrs. Donovan CALIFORNIA IS ALSO HIT BY DEPRESSION By J. H. Zanke. Whlttler, Calif., Dec. 17—Enclosed 3 a check for my subscription for . ... _, another year. The Advance is cer- ^..,.^ Ve lJ^?. Sl r anr 0g ad S s teS talnly a ™ 1C ° me V ' Slt ° r '" ° Ur ""* trade outlets home - We a11 look for !t the day lt uaae uuueio | ls ^^ Th]g )g a wonderfu j coun try so far as sunshine, flowers, and it rnem ana. wn«n U.UUB-1 concerned. Those who face with the job it seemed! ^ Qn thos(j three thlngg haye a perfect right to come here; but those who have to depend on a job A couple of weeks ago we had un or who would like to-getdnto busl- attempted bank rob'bery at. the ness for themselves had better not First National in which the' robber try. here. Everything is greatly ov- shot the assistant high school coach erdone and overdeveloped and was through the body when lie walked pl .| C ed too high till lately. "Hot air" turbulent streams, graph, telephones, and mansions till they themselves had built them, and. when face* to too gigantic. Drive to Aid Needy. the county recorder's office several days during the holidays for Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, deputy. ,> Mrs. L. G. Wlllson went to Cedar Rapids the day before Christmas for a vsit over the holidays with her son Irwin and his family. • The William Mattlins, Ottawa, in Inopportunely to deposit-his: salary, and the robber was 'shot ,e YELLOW PENCIL with the BAND through the body by,.the ^assistant cashier. The coach died. The! robber lived or will live till the state gets ready to kill him.. '.,'', El -Reno has a big. drive .on: this week to raise $10,000. for the United Charities to care for .1156 ' families Who will have to b e taken'through the-winter because the, parents , are out' of. employment. So -far 'they have secured a little less than $5000. We've had BO many drives to :ralse money for this and for'that till It ha«i become no easy job for the : solicitors. El Reno donated a good ; sum toward the. J32.000 raised 1 ; for our nearby neighbors, the - recent Bethany cyclone sufferers. :;. The storm wrecked 100 homes, arid nearly. 600 people were left destitute. "We)have here many vacant .houses this !w!n- ter and some vacant" Business Buildings and "the South 1 ; hasn't;* "" f "reached the bottom.!/ ",;. .'; / Federal Prison Planned.; prices have now been nearly squeezed out, and this reduction in value is not at an end yet. It is almost impossible to get a first mortgage renewed here now, either on farm land or town property. The banks and finance companies are taking over property on first mortgages, and some of these are not very large either. Much farm land out here In California was not cropped at all because farmers were not able to get financed. Some crops were not harvested because of low prices of products. yet 111., arrivd last week Wednesday to spend the holidays with Mrs. Matt- lln's parents and other relatives. Emily Rosewall, stenographer for a law firm at Iowa City, went home Sunday, after Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Charles Roeewall. Veda Steil, Chicago, went home Sunday, after a visit over Christmas with her father, Jos. Steil, and other relatives. She is a-stenographer. Robert -Harrington drove to Waterloo Saturday td attend a College dance, returning Sunday. John Brunson, Mason City, accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent spent Christmas with the latter's mother at Manchester, returning Friday. Mr. Nugent is. assistant county engineer. John Lunstrom, employed at the Advance office, returned Sunday from Des Moines, where he, had spent a week with.hie mother and sisters. i Mr..-and Mrs.. F. \D. Williams spent Christmas at Gilmore City, guests of the Rex Van Alstlnes. Mrs. Williams and Mrs.. Van Alstine are sisters. ill since last week Monday with bronchial pneumonia. Miss Arndorfer, R. N., of St. Benedict, is caring for him. The baby is out of danger and getting along as well as expected. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman spent Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, St. Paul. Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. Kennedy are sisters. Mr. Sherman returned Friday, but Mrs. Sherman remained for a longer visit. She Is expected home sometime this week-end. •The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows returned to their home at Council Bluffs Saturday after spending Christmas with Mrs. Burrow's parents, the C. C. Wrights. Mrs. Burrows came a week ago -Saturday .and tht Rev. Mr. Burrows came Christmas morning. The R. O. Dreyers, Lone Rock, moved to Algona last week Tuesday, and are occupying the C. M. Ward residence on south Minnesota. Mr. Dreyer will work for the Portable Milling company, Des Moines, and will travel this county with his mill. The Dreyers have six children. Wallace" Evans, .Des' Moines, and Mary Dunn, Winfield, were Christmas and week-end guests of the for- will be remembered as Lydia Jones daughter of Mrs. G. D. Peck. This makes Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Donovan grandparents for the first time, a.m Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Donovan and Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll great grandparents for the first time. R. F. Hawcott, Burt, was an Algona visitor Tuesday. Mr. Hawcott has for many years been on" of the county assessors. Like man> of the others, he thinks the boarr 1 of supervisors has been unfair in fixing the rate of compensation for taking this year's assessment, which includes filling out the complicated data forms required by the new state board of assessment and review. Now Western Electric Noiseless llucrirdlng The new bit of progress at this theater. We pay a Western Electric expert $100 per month to check the sound system every week. You always have good sound as a result. Sunday Matinees 1 and 3 o'clock, —at— Holiday Courtesy Prices Any seat in the theater at 10-35c 5, 7, 8 o'clock shows regular prices Daily Trade Matinees 2:30. Prices, 10-30c. 2 Matinees Every Saturday 1:30 and 3:30 .Extra added attraction at these . matinees Bin Tin Tin Dog Serial "Tlie Lone Defender" Always a Two-Hour Show We spend $100 a week to give this service. Mew lobby just completed• at a cost of $1400 for comfort of our patrons. )oys. Who knows where we'll be morrow?" Agnes Brown .recently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don Stiles and their baby to their home at Grand Island, Neb., for a few weeks' visit. Stiles family had been here to- At last! The wornan'si side of the \ World war! ,« ' DRAMA! — The frank story of beauties who ived, loved, and suffered on the Western Front! The glorious sequel to "Tlie Big Parade" Their story was only whispered until this anonymously written .book appeared to thrill the world. Now the drama of the girls who lived, loved, and suffered on the Western Front has come to the screen, soul- gripping, tenderly bea.utiful, daring! mer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. : A.- Evans. Wallace,. Who was graduated from the state university last spring, is now head, bookkeeper in the Colonial Bakery at-Des Moines. Mr. and. Mrs. E. N. Taylor, their The ten days, visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown, parents .of Mrs. Stiles and Agnes. They left for home Christmas day. Mr. S.tiles is manager -of a district for the Real Silk Hose company. Agnes is employed at the Thorpe bakery. , C. H. Lichty, Lu Verne, and mem bers of his family spent a few hours in Algona last Thursday. The Lichtys had been having a family reunion. There are seven children and two who came from a distance were Donald, of Chicago, and Mrs George Harrison. Donald Is In the employ of the Illinois Bell Telephone company. Though past 70, the eldei Lichty enjoys excellent health'..arii still has hardly a gray hair • In his mustache or on his head. Ardith Ryan, Evanston, 111., went home Tuesday night, after . haying spent Christmas with the F.' D. New Year's Day Thursday, January 1 .Holiday courtesy—come early! 1 and 3 p. m. matinees, 10-35c. Any seat in the theater. 5-7-9 o'clock shows regular prices. It's New and Big JOAN CRAWFORD Sunday, January 4 Holiday Courtesy Prices, 10-35c. Any seat in theater at 1 and 8 o'clock matinee. 5-7-9 o'clock shows regular price*. Our Western Electric sound given you the first new noiseless recording. It's different—no scratching, growling, popping noises. RUTH CHATTERTON "The Right to Love" From Susan Glaspell's novel— 'Brook Evans." A woman forbidden to love. EX-WESLEYFARMWOMAN PASSES ATJAROA, ILL Lone Rock, Dec. 29 — After years of suffering with 'cancer Mrs. J. H. Liming died at her home at Maroa, 111., December [18. Funeral services were conducted at Christian church December 21, the the SHULTZ' ECTAL CLINIC IMBULANT PEOCTOLOGY Hies (hemorrhoids) cured Without operation. Other ctal conditions. Write for booklet. ansultation without coat. 218.219.230 First National Bank Bldg. [hone 842, Mason City,' Iowa 4tf ILDREN LIKE THIS SAFE PRESCRIPTION Aside from all this El tleno has received some cheerful: news.- At least the business men are all jubilant over it. We are to have a new J3,000,000 Federal prison here. Six miles west of El Reno: thw government owns more than- 9,000 acres where Ft. Reno, the remount station, is located, and,Jed Johnson, our congressman, informs, us - that 1000 acres of this reservation has been transfered from the War department to the department of. Justice. T. C. Sherman, J. W. Sullivan, daughter Esther, and Mr. and Mrs. Coughs and Sore Relieved Almost Instantly I Stop children's coughs an,d sore nroats before these ' allmentf lead o dangerous ills. Use Thoxine, a octor's famous prescription • -which Inngs relief within 15 minutes, yet Contains no harmful drugs, ^ Thoxine works pn~ a' 'different |rincipie, it has, a quick """'•*•'" The building is to b e started with. in three months. It is to be an ^* act replica of a Feleral prison mt Chilllcothe, O., so architects' plans and blue prints will not delay.' building. They call it a "reformatory" because only first offence .prisoners will be sent here. What we are anxious to hear is that the building will start now. Will Relieve. Unemployment. Our business men talk, qf the boom it will bring to us, of the wonderful advertising it will give us, of-the large amount of money It will bring here, of the long months <if employment it will give to our people; but I am not thinking so much about the men who will get jobs on the building as of the hundreds and hundreds of men who win spend their lives inside it, If this terrible depression had come under a ' democratic regime what a howl of criticism against the president there would, have been! I still occasionally hear reverberations from the Cleveland administration.. Rev. C. L. Liming In charge, assisted by the' Rev. S. L. Shippey. In terment was made in the Maroa cemetery. .' Mrs. Llmlng's maiden name was Margaret E. McClain, and she was bor n at Mlamltown, Ohio, March 3, Ig59. On September 17, 1882, she was married, and with her husband spent practically all her life at farming, though they lived a few years at Maroa. Seven years were spent on a farm near Wesley. The husband and two sons pr'e-' ceded her in death. There are four sons and two daughters surviving:' Clarence, Elmer, and Mrs. Edria Brown, Maroa; George, Adair; Clifford, Aurelia; and Mrs. Eva Simpson, Lone Rock. All of the children were at their Bother's bedside when death came, except Elva, and E. J. Murtagh spent Saturday in Fort Dodge, attending the f un- eral of Webb,Vincent, a prominent retired busines man.. Josephine Mullin, Omaha, came the day before Christmas to- spend two, weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. T." Daughani Miss Mullin Is employed In'', an office in -Omaha. Mr. and'Mrs. Milton Coonan, Cedar Rapids, spent the week-end with the former's sister, Mrs. M. J. Streit. They had spent Christmas with Mr. Coonan's parents at Emmetsburg. Charles W. Humphrey, Charles City went home Friday, after having spent Christmas with the Wm. C. Steeles. Mr. Humphrey, who is an attorney, is Mrs. Steele's broth- Mathes family. Ardlth Is Matties' sister. She attended Mrs. high er. . • Attorney C. W.. Conner, Des Moines, and his wife, and the latter's • sister, 'Frances Germann.i. also Des Moines, havei been .visiting i the women's mother..during . the.vhfiU days. •'•,:>•• •/• ••.!,,•• -,i . : . •..'.•;\s, "Bill"' Dall'ey la 'spending the holidays with friends at Greene, a town •near Charles; City; .He is 'the spn of Mrs. Edythe Daley, who operates the beauty shop over Moe & Sjogren's. Evelyn Hodges will return to Jef- Merle Webster and daughter spent Christmas at .Mason. City with a daughter, Mrs.. Walter Rae..;The.E. N. Taylors and the Merle Webstera will spend New Year's, with' Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. E. J. Johnson, Curlew. ' Dr. Burl F. Dewel, who has practiced orthodontia at Evanston, 111., since July, 1929, spent four days of the Christmas vacation wjth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel, going back Sunday night. Doctor Dewel was recently elected to membership m a Chicago society of orthodontists. The counters in the treasurer's office at the courthouse, have been changed to give larger space in which to wait on taxpayers. The counter, -\vhich 'formerly ran east and west for the width of the room, now in the form of an L, with an -*• tion— it relieves the irritation ami toes direct to the Internal pause. Ideal for all children Because it is lleasant tasting an4 sftsy' to lake— MRS, FRANK A, DALE DIES; M BURIED HERE DECEMBER 21 Mrs, Frank A. Dale, former Al- December 17 at -Faira short illness, and a gargle. Ask fo F Thwsine,, , pujt J bottles, if you a«rnot satis- ' your money . by Lusby I >r good drug stores.' , the body was brought to Algona for funeral services at the Laird & Relmer chapel a week ago Sunday afternoon, the Bev. C. V. H«te te charge, and burial was m ade ln ttoe cemetery. Mrs, Dale, for- ferson, WIs., Saturday, after weeks with her parents, Mr. Myrtle Mitchell, born e , May 20, 1887, near Newell, and in n- 1904 married Mr- at Pocahon- H. W. Post »nd 19U4 marwea #»». *«"•"• — —— - . tas. Mr. Pale was killed Jn a train accident in March, 1W6. Mrs. Dale to survived by two. eons. Barrel V. » !!? t «?L^^ n o d . K ± rt £ Dale, D - c -! ww . -.,- two brothers: Mrs. twr Soimicksen, Wadena, Minn., ^^^Vt^Clarkfield. Minn FENTON WOMAH SURVIVED BY SIX SONS, DAUGHTER Fenton, Dec. 30—Mrs, Amelia Qel- neke Krause. died December 16, after a short illness with heart disease, She was nearly 52 years old. In early youth she was confirmed In the Lutheran faith In Germany. With Bothers she came to America, and in 1899 was married to' Reinhold Krause. Mr, Krause died in March, 1925, 'and since then Mrs. Krause. has made her home • in, Chicago and thlsjcommunity. She is survived by flye sons, William, John, Gerhardt, Brvln and Elmer, of Fenton, and a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Coleman, of Palestine, Colo. T hre e sisters and two broth'ers also survive. Funeral services were held Saturday, December 20 at the St. John's Lutherr- an church and burial made in, the Lutheran cemetery north of town. BOBY QF FORMER WESUYAN BROU6HTJJACK. FOR BURIAL Wesley,- Dec.' 30 — Henry Putz-. stuck, Ulinois, who lived at Wesley many years ago, died at Iowa City last week Tuesday, Funeral services, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Geo. F. WeselJng, were held at St, Joseph's church here, at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. The pastor read requiem mass, and delivered a sermon. The remains were interred In St. Joseph's cemetery, where Mr. Putzstuck's, father, mother, and a sister, Mrs. John Brown, are burled. He leaves two brothers, John and Bert, Wesley, and a sl^er, Mrs. Frank Hoff, Bulfaio Center. - XMs I*o& for Wolf, A Palo AJt» farmer took a yellow dog foe b»4 WHe4 «* *&» the epu^y actor's office, two and Mrs. E. J. Hodges. She teaches Engin the Jefferson aisle on the south and another on the west. , William O. Colby and Barbara L. Roske, i both .of Garden City, Minn,, were ..married Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. C. V. Hulse at the Meth- odlst parsonage. The couple were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swelven, also Garden City. Mr. Colby Is a,' teacher in the schools at Garden Cty, school here, and after graduation took a nurses training course in an Eyanston hospital. She' Is now a registered nurse, and is employed at the same- hospital. Other Christmas day guests of the Mathes family were the Fred Ryans, Webster City; Fred being .Mrs. Mathes' brother ;'•'" Dr. R. A. Evans is confined to his bed, the result of an automobile: accident in which he suffered a broken rib and was badly bruised. Friday he was driving In the country with A.ugust Roblson, of Irvington, when the car locked wheels with a car driven by a Rahm girl. The Robison car went into the ditch and struck 1 a post. Doctor Evans was thrown Out of a door opened by the force of the compact. The accident happened two arid a half miles south of the McEnroe corner. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White and their sons Donald and Roland, Iowa Falls, came last week Tuesday to spend Christmae with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. The Ray and Lewis Mc- Whorters were also Christmas day guests of the McWhorters. Vera, a stenographer and bookkeeper for the Lnicoln Motor Co., Omaha, was the only child unable to come. Donald and Roland White remained till yesterday with their grandparents, but their parents went home Christ- Supporting cast ROBERT ARMSTRONG MARIE PREVOST The .story Of a girt who outsmarted the law—until love came along! Is love greater than revenge? See Joan Crawford in her best to date! '-.< ••• -Bold! Beautiful! Bewitching! Always a Two-Hour Show. T HE FIK8T picture ever fltal- ed by noiseless process at "Western Electric. Hear It first ;ftt THE CAMj THEATHE — Wednesday and .Thursday, Jan. 7-8 Matinee Thurs., 2:30. Prices, 10-IOe. New kind of : honeymoonl Friday, January S. Here Is a .Blgr Treat! Shipped from Des Moines theater after its midnight' showing. ... It's life on a golf course. With a wonderful boy and dog as caddies. EDMUND LOWE LEILA HYAMS in "Part Time Wife" She was a nut on golf and put in part, time at golf. Stewart Edward White's story "The Shopper Newfounder" •Watch the kid Tommy Clifford. He Is a wonder. I lish and speech high school, - , ' Ethel English has spent the past two weeks with her father, the Rev. A. English. She teaches English in the Archer high school, and also has charge of ah orchestra and a glee club. R. A, Crull came several days be fore Christmas to spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs, J. L, Bonar, He had been with,another daughter at Kellogg. Mrs. Bonar met her father.at Jewell, Dorothy Hutchison went to ,Des Moines Friday to visit relatives. She 'also expected to visit the Donald Hutchisons at Cedar Rapids and the Quincy DrummoncJs ' at • Chicago. She vriH be gone a week. Elizabeth Baler, 'Des Moines, went home 'Sunday, after visiting over Christmas with her parents'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baler, Elteabeth la employed in the Register & Tribune syndicate department. Dr. W- !>• Andrews spent Christmas at Kirksyille, Mo., with his REVISED MATHIMOTJY DO YOU TAKE -——THIS - TO BE YOUR -PA'RT TIME WIFE wife who , °een with her parents attempt,^ apeoUOft a, bounty fi» several weeljs. Mrs. Andrews returned witli t?fee doctor Sunday. Her mother has been seriously ill. Mrs. H, E. Sorstedt returned Sunday from Des Moines, where she spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs. C. O. Parker. Mrs. Parker came home with Mrs. Sorstedt for a visit till after the New Year. Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Menze}, Ames, left Tuesday after a week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, P. Weaver, Mr. Men?el is a graduate assistant in t&e chemistry department of fowa st$te coWege, Ames. The A?gon% hotel dining room will reopen tWa noon Jqr a JJew Tear's dinner. It has been closed, since December 93, during which time the flopp hap been reflnls^ed, the furniture reve.rnjB.hja,, es4 tJje ,-wafls cleaned,. - 1 • * The F. L. Lichtenbergers have moved;from McCook, Neb., to Kossuth county. There are. two boys In the family, 9 and 6. "Mrs. Lichtenberger is a daughter of Robert Callies, Tltonka, and used to work at the Titonka Savings b^nk. Where the Lichtenbergers will live has not yet.been definitely decided. Christmas guests of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky were her son Raymond, of Bellevue, her son Lewis and wife, Mankato, their baby, her daughter Mrs. Don Allen, Davenport, and the Wialter Welsbrods, Fenton. Mrs. Weisbrod is 'a daughter. Mr. afid Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained the group at Christmas dinner. Dorothy Turner, Minneapolis, went home Christmas day, after several days -with her mother, Mrs. Kate Turner. She is manager oi, a Jane Gray dre^s shop at-Minneapolis; Mrs. Turner .and Porothy will go to Chicago January 10 for a few weeks with the N. C. Skows, Mrs. Skow being another daughter. The Kossuth County State bank Is again favoring patrons with attractive calendars. This year's calendar is of the same style as previously. The picture this year is of the swimming pool. Last year's calendar bore the picture of the late W. H. Ingham, the late Uncle Lew Smith, and Uncle Joe Wadsworth. nd Mrs. Paul Laidley, Es- mas night. SALE DATES , Jan. 8—Robert Ward, closing out sale, 6% miles southwest of Titonka. ; • Feb. 11—Otto Wille, closing out sale, Lu Verne, Jan. 15—Gust Carlson & Sons, Poland China brood sow sale, six miles north of Emmetsburg, to have and to be unable to hold? OXE DAT—IT'S BIG FUN! Matinee at 2:30. Prices, 10-30c. Saturday, January !t. Double matinee, 1:30 and 3:30. Prices, 10-30c. (EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION It's a- big western BUCK JONES In "Shadow Ranch" One of the best all-talking westerns released. . '. Extra 'added attraction at matinees Saturday— THE DOG SERIAL RIN, TIN, TIN in "The Lone Defender" It-thrills all the way. Getting Up Nights If Getting UP Nights, Backache, frqquent day calls, Leg Pains. Nervi- ousness, or Burning, due to functional Bladder Irritation, in acid condi- tio an , ns. makes you feel tired, depressed d discouraged, try the Cystex Test, Works fast, starts circulating thru, the system in 15 minutes. Praised by thousands for rapid and jpositive ae* tlon. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pronounced Siss-tex) today, under the Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must quickly allay these conditions, improve restful sleep and energy, or money bfick, Only «0o at l E, W. LOBBY'S DRUG. STORE Monday and Tuesday, Jan, 5 and 6 Matinee Tuesday, 2 :?0. Prices 10-30c ROBERT MONTGOMERY ROBERT AMES JUNE WALKER ANITA PAGE MARIE PHEVOST m . , "J^rA ",4(1^%^%'^§^ & ?*M t ' ,' -V f ivH-\fIi «• ,: J>fa C L A RA BOW in, 'Her Wading Night" * •^_ a Gtaamouitt Qlctun Supporting cast; RALPH FORBES SKKETS GALLAG* CHARLIE The "It" of the shovy with/ tljree ^ boy friends, 1 '' Always a Two-Hour Friday and Saturday, January ft| Matinee Friday, 4:15 p, m- Grades, lOc^-High School, 25c« V* Two matinees Saturday: 1:30, Prices, IQ-SQc, strangest picture ever W .100% sound Astounding! AFRICA BEE. ANP HEAP! therville, and baby daughter, and Mrs. Lftidley's father, a Mr. Norton, of Bedford, spent Christmas with the H. M. Vinsons. Mr. Laidley is Mrs, Vinson's brother. H. M.'s father John Vinson, spencer, was also a guest of the vinsons. Paul is employed' in « printing office at Estherville.' Mr. and Mrs, Roy Cbrlstensen, Webgter "City, stopped ' Thursday en route Spencer, -where they e hrlstmas with Mr.' ^f p-f a M9W Ifft*** *" parents. 2^b?« Q,nfl tensen alsg spept FOR SALE 10DUROCBOARS Lions roar! Zebras bark! Amazing the Ubangl! ysmjep who darts! , • ." handed! Locusi of 150 square Sights heard - -)*"H>1

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