Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1931
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attfrTEMBEtt 10,1981. W OPEN N DATES IEMBER6-7 MARRIED TEACHER IS CRITICIZED BY BANCROFT PAPER A married teacher, whose husband has a good job, Is under fire Necessary Bn County [Hunters. |H.,T. jrcicnif. ,c JTcws Service.), ' t 10 — Curtailing fat"oven days on which "asants may be shot in ikr the state fish and Ion has definitely delays will be sufficient fenated Friday and Sat- mber 6-7. 'five days were allowed, in and farmers gener- L seemed to be ot the two days were long L the decision of the [o curtail the open seas- |rs Must Petition. > open the season in any It Is necessary for at mers and land owners Liar county to petition line warden. It is 6p- ,o wnrden whether or I be nn open season In There Is a growing country holding KO8SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE Ora .Tones returned to work at the Christensen Bros, store Monday after a two weeks vacation. Mrs. A. P. Jensen,, west McGregor street, mid her two sons and a brother, Alvls Hill, left Friday for a ten-day vacation in the Black Hills. Fred ShlUs visited his parents Sunday and Labor day. He Is man- (iKer of the shoe department In the Montgomery & Ward store at Perry. The Rev. TT. D. L. JTcinemann family, of Truman, Minn., ' visited the ricv. T'. J. Brancr home last week Thursday. Mrs. Roland Ktocle and her son Dimn'd wont to Klngslcy Saturday to spend thre weeks with her parents. Otis Oordlnnir, of Chicngo, came Tunenday for a visit with Mr. and Register reporting the incident, said: j Mrs. IT. TO. Horstcdt. He is a radio entertainer and broadcasts over two at Bancroft. sentiment all over the against married women down jobs. The theory advanced Is that a man's salary Is large enough to enable him to support a family, \yhcn the wife also works there is an unfair advantage. This Is especially true In the leaching profession, where there arc hundreds of teachers unable to secure a school. Criticism was heard In Algona. last year of married women teaching here. The Bancroft Come to Fair Today Since signing a contract to teach the coming year in the. Bancroft public schools, one of last year's teachers has been happily married, her husband being an employe In a bank at Edgewood, Iowa.. Chicago stations. Operations at the Kossuth hospital last week Include Dorothy Besten- l^hnpr. appendix, Sept. 6; Mrs. Dale i Thompson, Wesley, surgical, Sept. 3; It is our understanding that the | and Carl Peterson, surgical, Sept. 3. .Tohn Zimmerman, who spent his summer vacation at his parental home, left Monday morning for St. Paul, Minn , to resume his studies at the Concordia. college of that place. „ petitioning. In the .tition Is granted, "It ,1 to kill not to exceed j>er day." I the following counties counties: Lyon, Osce|n, Emmet, Wlnnebago, tcliell, Howard, Sioux, O'Brien, Clay, Palo |h, Hancock, Cerro Gor- hlckasaw, Pocahontas, fright, Franklin, But- Fayette, Woodbury, .nilton, Hardin, Grundy, , Buchanan, Delaware. Ihecked in these open (ibered 0,425. According >mpi!efl In the state of[inters killed 8,710 birds, i of one and one-third inter. There were hunt- counties of the state, lies were represented. lith 595 while Kossuth ]ek had the least number i the field, 38 each. | Season Desirable. istlng and promising to i seems to be develop- il sentintent for a short- leon on ringneck pheas- i assume that it is easy ; limit of thre birds per | a small cost are mis- Sing to men who know. dealers in ammunition ft it costs approximately Blls for each pheasant out $1. Tom Johnston, state deputy game |rs that he estimates that heasant killed in Iowa Ipen season it costs the |n average of $2.50 a [embraces transportation, , shells, etc. lies which are granted this year will .Ibe par- I policed, according to , It is Immeasurably to Iowa sportsmen that Ifewer arrests for. viola- jgame laws • last year |open pheasant season efore, and it is hoped 111 be the case this Farmer's Rights. Sinters are to continue to fn pheasant season they the laws and also the le farmers and property pose land they hunt. :er should deliberately fa, farmer's land. He (obtain the permission of pr renter to do so. In gates have been left resultant liberation of i a very few cases actual ; livestock has been re- school board had expected a cancellation of the contract from the former employe, however, none has been forthcoming and tho following question now arises: Is it good business In these times with jobs scarce and hard to find for the school board to employ a married woman, whose husband is holding down a responsible job, in preference to some single woman who has. lier own way to make in the world? There are enough graduates of coleges to fill all the available po- Hitlons" xppen for teachers without the necessity of hiring out of town married women, we believe. SEXTON TOURISTS SEE MAN HURT IN MOTORCYCLE SPILL begin her junior year at Grinnell college. This Is her third year there. Doris was named one of the 3G "Grinnell scholars" for last year. To win such distinction the student must acquire not less than 80 points on the work of the year, a definite C T-IKHR today RRY & MALONB, daring horizontal bar artists, come to the fair Hlay to replace one of the free attractions that showed yesterday and Tuesday. This act is said to be one of the best In the business, and should prove an attraction. It will show tomorrow also, as well as at the night fairs both days. Friday for their home at Sheron Backus will go to Columbia, Mo., Springs, Kansas, after u. week's visit! Monday to attend Steven's college, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred : This is Josephine's second year Bc-hlmer. They accompanied the i there and Eleanor will be a fresh- Behlmers on their trip west summer. number of points being earned by each hour of A, B and C grade. *Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Colt, of Chicago, and son Jack, cume Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Colt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer. Mr. Colt returned to the city Sunday. He Is a. chemist employed with the Armour packing company. Mrs. Colt was formerly Margaret Momyer. The Colts recently returned from a two weeks vacation spent at Lake Sar- nao, In New York state. They also visited New York City. Post office and courthouse em- ployes observed Labor day Monday. Tuesday afternoon the courthouse employes enjoyed another vacation when they Closed to go to the fair. District Court Clerk Orion was too busy with court work to close Tuesday afternoon but expects to close Ihe office ibis afternoon. All bus InesK houses will close this after noon and give the employes a chance to attend the fair. Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. Kinselh, who her daughter, Mrs. Lee Reinhart and her husband, of Kansas, and another daughter, Alice. Alice went to Baltimore, Md., Friday, to teach physical education. This is her second year there. She went via train as far as Chicago, where she met two other girls and they were to make the rest of the trip In a car owned by one of the girls. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reinhardt went home one day last week-end. Julia Schilmoeller returned Sunday from Granville, where she had spent two weeks with her parents and other relatives. She made the trip in her new Chevrolet coupe. When en route to Madison, Wis., while at Granville, Miss Schilmoel- ler struck 11 horse which jumped into the road from a ditch. Miss Schil- moeller escaped without Injuries, but her car suffered considerable dam- ape. She was forced to buy a new radiator, hood, and other accessories. Miss Schilmoeller is a registered nurse and makes her home aided materially in the water sltua* tlon at Spencer, where there has been a serious shortage all summer. For the first time In months garages and other businesses were allowed water for car washing and similar purposes, and it was expected that residents would again bo allowea to uso water for sprinkling lawns. Stringent regulations have been in force restricting the use of w.uer by residents. A new well is planned Immediately, and other wells may be bored. One of the reasons, if not the main reason, why tho Spencer fire was so destructive, Is the fact ''that the water supply there has been extremely low, and nearly at the danger line of short- ago every summer, especially when thorn is a lack of normal rainfall. Dr. R. D. Temple, former Bnrt dentist, now In California, spoke briefly last Thursday noon at Kir wanis. The doctor said conditions In with Mrs. A. C. AVilley. Mel Pelerson arrived California are as bad or even worse than Ihoy are here. Fruit farmers Monday are in distress, for while there is a horning from Bremerton, Wash., for j bumper crop the market is down. In this ] man. Josephine is Ibe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. liiirtagh and Harriett Thurslon, of Virginia, Klennor is the daughter of Post- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Phillips, of Minn., visited from lust week Tues- j master and Mrs. S. J. Backus. Greeley, Colo., and the former's | dny till Saturday with the M. P.] Mr. and Mrs. David Ward, of Red Haggards. Saturday John took Har- j Oak, are expected here sometime rlett to Woodbine where she will this week-end. Mr. Ward is a teach- Sexton, Sept. 8—Mr. and William Hartley and Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy drove to Osceola Saturday morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. They returned Sunday evening. On their way down they saw some of the tall corn, from lie to 15 ft. high. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders have a large watermelon patch, and the melon are the most delicious the Sexton party has ever eaten. Mrs. Sanders also served sweet potatoes of their own raising. The party passed the scene of a bad accident on the way. A motor cycle had gone into a ditch, and the rider was injured about the face and head. A doctor was bandaging the injured man's head when the party drove by. mother, Mrs. Perry Phillips, spent yesterday visiting relatives at Webster City. Donna Burtis went to Ames today to attend the state college. Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burtis, will be a senior home economics student this year. Marion McMahon spent the weekend at Storm Lake, guest of Dick Schmllz. Mr. Schmitz brought Marlon home Sunday night and remained here till Monday night. Caleb Hartshorn, of Swea City, Is spending the week with his sister, Beulah Hartshorn, and attending the fair. Beulah is employed at the beauty shop over Blo.om's store. Mrs. C. IT. Cretzmeyer and daughter Jane returned Saturday from Oskaloosa, where they had spent a week with relatives of Mrs. Cretzmeyer. Alice Behlmer went to Chicago Friday to meet two other girls who are driving to Baltimore, where Alice is a physical training instructor. teach this year. This is her second year at Woodbine. Corlotta Kanouff visited from Saturday till Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kanouff.' Carlotta took a business course in Oha- ha last year, and for the last four er in the local high school. Mrs.. Ward, who taught in the Algona schools the past few years, will not teach this fall. They will again occupy the Rice apartment over the theater. Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith, of Des months has been employed with the | Moines, and daughter Mary Susan, 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Mel has been with the Pacific fleet since his graduation from the United have heen spending several months j States naval academy at Annapolis with Mrs. Kinseth's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, and with Mr. Kinseth's parents at Bode, went to Duluth last Thursday for a month to avoid hay fever to which Mr. Kinseth is susceptible. They were located at Los Angeles, Calif., be in June, 1930. He is now an ensign in the. navy, and has been on the flagship "New York", which is now fact the fruit market in comparison to the cost of growing and harvesting is about in the same condition as the Iowa corn and oats market. Doctor Temple said the two years they have been in California has acclimated them to.the west. He was "cautioned" not to praise Calif ornla ( In drydock at Bremerton, Wash, land he refrained, but did say that This boat has been cruising up and | the sun still .shines in the West, down the west eoast of the United | eve n if financial conditions were States, and earlier in the year took I ruinous. • California's biggest crop, fore coming home, and they expect | part in the naval war games off the j which is the annual tourist rush in Omaha Association of Credit Men. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Scharlach. of Oklahoma City, Okla., who were married last week Tuesday, came last Thursday and visited till yesterday with Mr. Scharlach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schai'lach. Vincent is an engineer. Mrs. Alvin Weber drove to Mason came last week Wednesday for a visit with relatives till after the county fair. Mr. Smith came Sunday, and is playing in the Algona band at the fair this week. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mrs. J. J. Holtzbauer and W. A. Barry. W. C. Dewel is reported recovering at the Kossuth hospital from a generally, while prone to xms, are not averse to > conduct themselves as S HELD AT FARM FOR , JOHNSON Other Sexton. Mrs. John Miller entertained ^Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, of Mason City, at supper Monday. Mrs Johnson was formerly Katy Miller. YOUTH LOSES ARM WHEN TRUCK SIDE-SWIPES CAR John Satern Jr., of the Bode-West Bend neighborhood, lost an arm Tuesday night when his car was side-swiped by a truck, and the elbow and forearm so badly smashed, that amputation was necessary. Satern was on his way to Algona.to attend the evening fair when the.ac-.]. cldent happened.. A truck, believed owned In Livermore, was coming from the north, and side-swiped the car,, taking off a fender, the door handle, and crushing in the side: Satern had been driving with his elbow out the open window. Satern tried to dodge the truck, and nearly went into the ditch after being hit. The truck did not stop, but it is believed that it was owned by a 'Livermore man who had been delivering watermelons in Algona. A companion of Satern escaped injury. "INFANTILE PARLAYSIS" IS FOUND TO BE A PEANUT Gertrude Kenefick and Alice Rist went to Iowa City Tuesday, where they will attend the state university. This is Gertrude's second year and Alice's third year. ' ! An eight-pound baby girl was born Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka at their home. Mr. Kuchynka -is employed at the Basket Grocery. • Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker and son spent Saturday and Sunday at Ames, guests of Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Ferguson. Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Becker are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nelson, of Chicago, are visiting the W. J. Beckers and the Jacob Johnsons at AVesley. The Nelsons are relatives of the Beckers. Robert Parker went to his home In Des Moines Friday after spending a month with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Sorstedt. Robert will be a senior in high school this fall. by a cold, threatened. and pneumonia Mr. Dewel has was been City ; Monday to take her brother severe attack of intestinal influenza, and sister, Edna and Joe Jordan, which last week-end was complicated who will enter the Hamilton Business college. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan, went to Mason City with them. Raymond Galbraitb, of Chicago, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Galbraith. He is employed as salesman in the Swift & Co. wholesale house in Chicago. He Is graduate of the state college at Ames. Mrs. James Biggins, of Fort Dodg'e, and granddaughter Mary Catherine Cain, went home Sunday after visiting Wednesday with since Mary last week Catherine's Margaret Hofmaster, who Is teaching at Corwith, spent the week-end at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth. The .Corwith school began last week Monday. Mabel Roupe, of Minneapolis, .spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roupe. •Mabel is employed at the Jefferson Transportation company in Minneapolis. i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird, of Sioux Falls, and son came Monday to spend several days with W. R. s mother, Mrs. Ella Laird, and Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Middleton, ot Eagle Grove, brought their daughter Margaret to Algona Monday night for a visit with the N. C. Rices. Margaret Is a niece of Mrs. The AValter AViUs spent last week with' relatives at Austin, Minn., and A half peanut lodged in an in fant's stomach caused convulsions father, Marvin Cain, Milwauke railway postal clerk. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasby, of Ottumwa, spent several days last week-end' with the latter's parents, Druggist and Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. Nasby came Saturday from Bode, where she had visited Mr. Nasby's parents. Mr. Nasby is an attorney. Mrs. Merle Bailey Haase, of Minneapolis, was a week-end visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey, north of town farmers. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey's other daughter, Mrs. Mildred Wight, 'of Clayton, N. M., and her two sons are visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Shackelford and daughter Nina, and Floyd and Neoma Shackelford, of Goldfield, returned last Thursday from a ten- day visit with relatives at points in Missouri. Floyd and Neoma are nephew and niece of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Shackelford. Mrs. G. W. Stillman and daughter Eliabeth Ann-returned Sunday from Maxwell, where they had visited Mrs. Stillman's mother since last Thursday. Marian Corey, who had been visiting the George Coles, at Maxwell, returned home with Mrs. Stillman and baby. sick for three weeks. Irma Arndorfer, of St. Benedict, was secured Monday as nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy Drummond Chicago, and daughter Mary, went home Friday after spending the summer with Mrs. Drummond's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and at Spirit Lake with Mr. Drum mond's parents. Mr. Drummond teaches in the Rogers Park high school. Mrs. Fred Frederickson, of Great Falls, Mont., and baby son, left for home Friday after spending the summer with the former's mother, Mrs. E. C. Dickinson. Mrs. Dickinson' and Rex Nelson, who is Senator L. J. Dickinson's secretary, took the Fredericksons to Mason City where they took a train. Mrs. Loren Minkler, of Charles City, spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Mrs. Irons, and with Mr. Minkler's mother, Mrs. Ida Minkler. Mrs. Loren Minkler is in to return to the coast sometime this fall. Mrs. Kinseth was formerly Florence Sorenson. Guests at the EH Goodnow home during the last two > weeks include Glenn Giddings, of Greencastle, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Benner and son, Oklahoma City, Mrs. H. D. Irain and baby daughter, of St. .lOuis, and Violet Goodnow, also of St. Louis. The women are all laughters of the Goodnows. Mr. Giddings, who is a'nephew, is an assistant in the physics department of De Pauw university at Greencastle. Mrs. Campbell Humphrey and her aunt, Grace Roswell, of Chicago, came Saturday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Miss Roswell is employed as bookkeeper with an insurance company in the city. She returned to the city Monday, but Mrs. Humphrey will remain for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roswell, of Newton, spent Monday with the Taylors. Mr. Roswell is a brother of Mrs. Taylor, and operates a can• kitchen in Newton. Capacity crowds attended the dis- lav of 2il models of Ford cars and talking movie of the Ford plant t Detroit at the Kent garage Fri ay and Saturday. The cars were a'rkecl in front of the garage, and cere driven in parades through Alona and Kossuth county towns. he movie was held in the vacant ot next west of the garage, and eats placed on the lot proved in- dequate for the crowds that at- ended. The cars were driven by \.l(?ona boys and girls. Playful prisoners at the county ail caused a mystery at the Norton Machine Works next to the jail for coast of Panama. the summer, was a complete failure The heavy rain two weeks ago j this year. at first believed to be lysis. The A. AA'. Jones family, -of- Forest City, were on a trip to the state fair. AVhen they reached •Colo/. the baby had a series of convulsions which a local doctor diagnosed, as Jn- fantile paralysis. He advised Investigation at a Hampton hospital, and Mr. Jones drove his car the 69-miles at Rockwell. During Walter's absence at the Call Theater Max Rich- ards'on ran the moving picture ma- Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Davis and son Manley, of Streator, 111., have been visiting at the C. H. Williams home. Mrs. Davis Is an aunt of Mrs. Williams. They came here from Summit Lake, Wis., where they stayed, at the Knights Templar park • for a short time. Katherlne Kain accompanied Lo- Ine. ,Jrs. H. C. Barnes, of Rolfe, spent .Sunday at the home of her daughter, ".Mrs 1 : George Elbert. Sunday night "sb.§" went to Chicago for a visit at :tW>home of a son, and will make the "acquaintance of a grandson. . Mrs. H. W. Pletch entertained her bridge -club last Thursday afternoon. charge of a ready-to-wear store at Charles City. Before going to Charles City a month ago she had charge of the ready-to-wear at the Chrlschilles & Herbst store. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Peterson, of Deertrail, Colo., and Mrs. J. N Carr,- of Detroit, visited from last Thursday till Monday with Abner's brother, A. L. Peterson. They were en route to Deertrail from De •troit where the Abner Petersons had visited. Abner has a grocery store at Deertrail. Mrs. Carr Is a sister, of A. L. Mrs. A. D. Adams, Mrs. R. H Spencer and one of her twin son returned Monday night from week's vacation spent in Chicag with relatives and rfiends. Mrs. E A. Seward and her nephew, Pau Seward, of Chicago, who spent few weeks here with friends, accom panied the Algona party to Chicag a week ago Monday. Frank Clark, former partner 1 the Kossuth County Advance, has sold his Interest in the Sun-Hera at Lime Springs to Carl Cassid Mr. Clark sold out here during tl war, and bought a paper at Ga a few days last week. The prison- rs got hold of an old-fashioned kid's bean shooter, and were peppering he windows of the machine works at intervals. The mysterious taps >n the window were solved when me of the employes at Norton's saw he bean shooter protruding from a ail window and heard the window ap. It Is reported that the prisoners have been deprived of their fun. Joseph Schaben returned the first of the week from Cincinnati!, where he had spent sortie time visiting his son Leo. He will attend a national reunion of veterans of the Spanish- American war at Minneapolis next week. While at Cincinnatti Mr. Schaben had the pleasure of visiting with his daughters Lillian, who teaches at Ithaca, N. Y., Irene, from East Lansing, Mich., and Margaret, of Ann Arbor, Mich., who all came to Cincinnatti for a family reunion. Mr. Schaben is well-known in central Kossuth. Mrs. Schaben died a couple of years ao. Mrs. J. F. Behlmer is again back at the candy kitchen after five weeks vacation. She spent part of (City Service — Always Mae Tinee listed the six best August Chicago bookings— Huckelberry Finn Bad Girl Trans Atlantic American Tragedy Guilty Hands The Mystery of Life All are included in our September or October bookings. Liberty gives two (4 star) pictures for September. Call Theatre shows them— Sept. 20-21—Bad Girl Sept. 24-25—Smiling Lieutenant. First Showing in Iowa JANET GAYNOR in Merely Mary Ann, last Sunday's picture. Monkey Business One of the extra big attractions, October 20-21. Snnday, September 13. BOOKING CHANGED! NEW BOOKING! The star of Manslaughter and. .miling Lieutenant CLAUDETTE COLBERT in The Secrets of a Secretary Can a girl know too much for her own good The social code—is elastic for the socialy elite— But this social secretary finds it ron bound for her. Like listening in on a private wire —you hear and see exciting things! A sensational story from the inside. She knew too much about millionaires. Monday and Tuesday Sept. 14 and 16 Matinee 4:15, school and others Monday— Tuesday, regular matinee 2:30. First of a series of big pictures for the entire family! ONE A MONTH MARK TWAIN'S STORY "HUCKELBERRY FINN" Thursday and Friday, Sept. 10 & 11 Regular matinee Thursday, 2:30. Prices, 10-30c. Special county fair week matinees starting each day at 5:15, after the ball games at fair grounds. SPECIAL BOOKING! IT'S NEW! BIG! America's Dancing Daughter GLORIOUS GLAMOROUS JOAN CRAWFORD in "This Modern Age" A story of ultra modern youth and ultra modern love. , A daughter of today — with a mother of today! Against a gay Parisian'setting!; In an hour and five minutes. .Atter.,.The game W as played at three ta- ** *** . .. ,. .*. ..TOO iHa. :•. "i,,. •»«-. T» T> Ctaaln WI nil 1116: «rvlces were held Frl- l Johnson home In Plum hip for Mrs. .Katie John- last week Wednes- Jome of a daughter, Mrs. I'n, at Janesvllle, Wis., suffered last week et-vices were conducted Mr. Gartner, of the Ti- I church, and her three • sons-in-law were pall|son was born December came to the United . She was married to in Lee county, 111., 1872, and they lived ears. They then lived |Hamilton county, thence a farm l n Plum Creek an examination the peanut was discovered by x-ray and the case diagnosed as peritonitis. The baby is recovering from the efecta. DUCK HUNTING THIS-YEAR LIMITED TOJCTOBER ONLY Only one month of duck hunting will be allowed this year, and the opening date of the _seaso_n JsjU noon •close _„— applies to surrounding states hunters will probably be doomed to disappointment this year anyway, for many sloughs and waterways have been so dried by the drought that ducks will not stop. Most lakes Duck: tvhleh was their home they retired to Al- gonnson died in 1922, and f>n has since made helper children. Brvlvea by seven chil- iEmma Hager, Burdette; white, Plum Creek town*••. Algona; Mrs. Thora Wesley; George H., of Mrs. Clara Tessin, ! and Harvey B., on P«e. Another daughter fancy. There ar e p and four great-grand- are protected areas. Tne n«w «••»=" season was ordered by the federal StUlSUll »«= vf«— -- -- ,1,"nf government because of the laek-.-of water and stopping places^ WATER WILL BE KEPT IN POOL TO PREVENT CRAMS Although the swimming pool was closed the first of the mon h the water will not be drained from it war for seveml weeks. The water .aye* tales with Mrs. D. R. Steele winning high score. After bridge refreshments were, served. Mrs Sam Bateman and daughter Olive of Webster City, went home Monday after spending the week-end with the former's daughter, Mrs. A. A. Sterling. Olive'Is employed in the Illinois Central railroad office. Mr and Mrs. Roy Christensen, of Oelweln, spent Sunday and Monday here and at Spencer with Roy's parents. Mrs. Christensen was formerly Zita Quinn. Roy Is closing out a dry goods store at Oelweln. Mrs O J. Peterson accompanied her son James and family to Minneapolis Monday for a visit. The James Petersons had visited here several days. James is an instruo- tor in the Dunwoody Institute. Mrs. Gerald Ganser, of Pennsylvania, went home Friday a"«L an eight-weeks visit with her parents, Ihe Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman. The Rev. Mr. Coleman is pastor of the local Presbyterian church. "Carlotta Kanouff . returned Omaha Monday morning to aftei Ifronj a distance, besides who attended are Mrs. s and Mrs. Allen Claris- Mden, Mrs. spp^g, AJI- 8 Mr. and Mrs. John An- city, Mr. and Mrs, , and Minnie A»dev Kenneth Cosfrove, jnd.. Gene,vi*ve Cosem Hegarty, ot Mason VJJUCH»<* *i*w- v spending Sunday with her folks. She is employed in Omaha as a sec- -retary for the Omaha Association of cVedH Men. She came Saturday - Eu'gene Kennedy, Hutchison, Kas, and daughter Ruth went home Sun- toy after spending two weeks with the former's daughter, Mrs. H. K. ftorenson Mr. Kennedy is a painter tnd has a crew of men working for Among missing articles is a shot- in valued at $55, new coats of froth retta Gallagher and Mary and Elizabeth McGirr to their home at DeKalb, 111., Saturday for a week visit. The girls had visited the Thos. Kains last week. Loretta is Mrs. Kain's sister, and Mary and Elizabeth are cousins of the Kains. Raymond Wehler and his sister Marie Sunday took the former s daughter Peggy Jane to Denison, where Peggy Jane was met by her mother, Mrs. Elsasser, of Omaha. Peggy Jane had spent a month at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wehler. Mabel Cratty and Dora Wallace, of Minneapolis, visited from last week Tuesday till Friday with the former's sister, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. The girls were en route home from an automobile tour through the east. Miss Cratty is a teacher In one of the city schools. Two miles south of Humboldt the Charles G. Day farm home was ransacked last week Wednesday afternoon while the family was attending the Humboldt county fair. The lock on a door was pried off, and every room in the house torn up, and clothing thoroughly searched. Mr. and Mrs! James R. Peterson and two sons were visitors at his parents, O. J. Peterson's, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. They returned to Minneapolis Monday where he is mathematics instructor at the Dunwoodie institute. The children are Wayne and James Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wollen, Comfrey, Minn., spent a few days the first of the week with the latter's sister, Mrs. C. F. Specht. Mayor Specht took the Wollens to West Bend yesterday morning and they went home with a party from Comfrey that had been visiting at West Bend. ner, which he operated till a few years ago. He still owns job-office equipment stored at Garner, and may open a job shop. With the coming of winter and the current depression an increase in thievery is anticipated. The Mo- kelbust meat market at Thor was robbed of six dollars left in change In the till a week ago Sunday. The thief gained entrance through a side window. No evidence was found that would lead to an arrest, and no strangers were noticed in the town. Leona Smith went to Cherokee Tuesday, where she will do practice teaching for three months as a part of her course at the state teachers college. Her sister, Harriet Smith, her vacation touring the west with NO DANCE at Coliseum, Titonka, this week BYlday on account of Kossuth Co. fair, but next week Friday, September 18 a whale of a dance and a whale of an orchestra— Bobby Origgs und His > T Ine Han | Recording Baud. B. AV. SHEPAHD, Mgr. accompanied her to Cherokee brought the car back. After Saturday, September 12. SPECIAL BOOKING — NEW. HOOT GIBSON and his hard-riding, hard shooting Cowboys —with— LINA BASQUETTE in "A Hard Hombre" The Gibson Wild Horse was on of the very best westerns. The Hard Hombre will thrill you 1:30-3:30 matinees, 10-30c. Extra Serial, Banger Man Jackie Coogan, Mitii Green in "Huckleberry Finn" A Paramount Picture Sail down the Mississippi river, with Huck Finn. Joy for the whole family! Find real joy in the heart of •) boy! The Oct. 88-8S booking, Leo* Janney in Bearot * Sam (Booth Tarklngton itory). Perfect lor kids and grown-«ps. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, September 16-17-18—Wilt HOGEHS In «Yonng M Ton Feel.", Mr: and — two blankets, a.can of *» were ft el4 [and • th.e old ^™£tfg«£*J& jMnlSPnr/ ii»P Fraser left Saturday evn- for Philadelphia to return work. She planned to ' Maurine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough, began wofk last week at Long's, and will take Doris Long's place. Doris goes to Grinnell today to begin her junior year at Grinnell college. The Me- Cullougbs are newcomers here, and oil, Mr. McCulough is W. E. Laird's evi- partner in the undertaking business. 4 to The Rev. P. J. Braner, pastor of the Bv. Lutheran Trinity church on Elm street, announces that the Lutheran Parish school will open ne*t Moaaay. All children that desire to ^.ffjafw^; " * iMra, Lee *SW»P« left l The I/utberan Parish and the three months of teaching she will return to Cedar Falls to complete her senior year. Thirty auto drivers were taken to task last week at Forest City, when Max H. Studer, state inspector oi autos, inspected cars as they passed along the street. The cars with faulty lights or licenses were order ed to report at a garage and have them fixed immediately. One truck driver ignored the request, and was fined $5 and costs. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hendricks, of Sioux City, and son Bob came Sunday lor a few days with the R. G. Richardsons. Mrs. Hendricks . and Mrs. Richardson are sisters. The Hendricks expect to go to Minnesota after leaving here for a week or ten days. Mr. Hendricks is employed by the automatic telephone company at Sioux City. 'Mrs. L. Miller, .who spent the summer with.her daughter, Mrs. Chester Long, returned to her home at Glen Ellyn, 111., Monday. She accompanied Jane Miller,. Glen Ellyn, and Gordon Lavlne, Evanston, to Glen EUyn. Miss Miller and Mr. Lavlne had spent the week-end with Miss Miller's aunt, Mrs. Long. Miss Miller is employed in Chicago. Patricia Regan, of Omaha, came Saturday and visited till Monday night at the S. B. McMafcon.home Bud Hopkins, Des Moines, and Hejen Woods, De Kalb, III., stopped Tuesday for a visit with Marlon McMs.- hon en route to Ames from the Oko- bojis. Marlon accompanied them to Ames yesterday and will begto her third year ojt hope economics at""' State college. Mre. A. J* S*»f te daughter Doris to GiinneW TWO KINDS OF PROTECTION IN LINE WITH our policy of prov ding thoroughly modern facilities * and service, we are pleased to announce that we have installed a Yale Banktrol Safe, which physically protects the bank's cash and securities during the day. Bandits only attack where the chances for success are favorable, and it is hardly conceivable that any bandit,, with a knowledge of this system, would even consider attacking a bank so equipped. O P EVEN MORE importance to our customers than the physical protection which we throw about the money they entrust to our cwre, are the safeguards afforded by sound, experienced, and conservative management, and assets which are sound anfl highly liquid. W E THEREFORE feel that in the very finest form of physical safeguard and in the very highest intrinsic soundness, our customers are receiving protection worthy of tie loyal support they have accord- Iowa State Bank

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