1981. REUNIONS ARE rU-r w"— ffilUJL H. W. MUl«r (ILtER [Offices. '>4M, residence 114 • ~^ • AT EATURE .1) VERNE Fathers of Lone Rock Couple Die Same Week LU Verne, Dec, 2fl—Tho Chrlftt- mafl season is always a time o£ family reunions, and from the numbei? of dinners reported Mils year the present Christmas was no exception. C. H. Llchty had all o hia children and grandchildren llv Itig In Lu Verne. Mrs. May Zwelfe entertained the .T. A. Zwelfels, Let Llchtys,' Ike Smiths, and Irmf Weir, of Humboldt. The Frank Sanfords and .lesae Llndebaks at dinner at Archie Sanford's. The . !0tt i(f». 'idtK w AH McMtthon ., 809; . Iowa KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA .^^^^^^"""^''''^^"^^•^••••••^^'••••••iH^BHBHHtaMiBI^HHHiMi^BM^^ T.,one Rock, Dec. 28—W. keeper's tuthor, who lives at Alhert Lou, died last week Monday. Mo had boon 111 for some tlmo, and his death wus not unexpected. Hurial was made at Fairmont, Minn., last Thursday. They had not returned from .the funeral when Mrs. Locper received word that her fattier, Win. Godden, of Burt, tiled suddenly Christmas day following a stroke. Funeral i Robert, services of Mr. Oodden were at Hurl " Monday afternoon. • winter and taking treatments at Hochestor. Ifnrlan Ulnnnhard and lluwanl Hlfinfihurd, Delrniir 1865 SETTLER AT BURT DIES AFTER STROKE Hlanchiird, Delmur Angiw, Until' nnd Florence Householder, and Kve-' lyn nianehurd wen; guests :it a j ~ " party at the K.l Hlancbanl home j lliuwnt '' r ' Mrs - f 'harles Olson, Frl- Hurt, Wcc. 20—.1. William God- don died here at the home of his Saturday (lay morning, December 25, from a hour It! i Bank . [ona, low* E. D. Kelly Algona, low* "DOCTORS KENEFICK Surgeons eovc _-l Drug ; Stow pgj;|fe" IpUlclan and' Surgeon ' R John Galbralth Block Office, 310; res., 444 Iowa V. JAN8E, M. D. Iclan nnd Surf eon ,:. "•Office. 666; residence, «6« Algona, Iowa •AI.^.. FRA8EH, M.D. ['physician and Surgeon • B in Qulnby Bldg., Room'14. Phone No. 12 ' „„,.., G. BOURNE . ^Phyilclan and Surgeon [Oflci I" PoBtofflMjMof*^ oTw. D. ANDREWS ithlc Physician and Surgeon Ear, Nose, and Throat— , B ' X-ray hover Hub Recreation Parloi Office, 187; residence, 68* George Kabeles, of Goldfleld, the F. I. Chapmans, the I. H. Benedicts, and the Charles Pattersons were guests at the Irvln Chapman home. The Roy Peltzkee. of Webster City, spent the day at F. A. Nlver's. The Fred Wolfes had all of their family 'at home. Mrs. Jennie Levlcr entertained Elsie Haskell and Mrs. Samuel Steussy. The William Thompsons had ae guests Clarence Thompson and Ross Miller, of Sioux City, the Arnolds, and the Percy X.oomers. At the Mike Stripling home the Harold Nelsons, Richard WeBnerB, 'Arnold Wegners, H. D. Rlstaus, Elmer Emorys, Julius Striplings, all of Lu Verne, Percy Wegner, of Mankato, and Michael Wegner, s of Fort Dodge,' had Christmas dinner. The Henry Hintz, Ern| eat Meyers, Henry Hint-/. Jr., Charles Hlntz family, and Edward, William, and Fred Hlntz were entertained at the Herman Hlntz Sr home. College Students Come Home— Some of the college Htudents anc Touchers Homo for Holidays— Teachers 'spent their Christmas holidays at their respective homcH: Evelyn Behrman at Bancroft, .Tufjnlta Dunn at Fort Dodge, Floy Jones to Chester, Ruth Cross to Curlew, Florence Householder at home, Coach W. V. Fry and family at Cylinder, Supt. L. E. Godfrey at Storm Lake, and Harriett Fish at Whlttemore. Marlows In Family Reunion— The Charles Hawks family, the Doll and Hugh Marlows, and Mrs Jessie Stebrltx and daughter were guests at Ed Marlow's, of Burt where a family reunion was helc Christmas day. day. T.yclia and Albert Rath, of fdlo T.,nke, Minn., were holder cars collided a mile south of | Mrs _ John luuh Curs Crash Christmas Day— The Glen Heerdt and Glen House Herald AnxuN, <if T)c Knlb, 111., ntrnkt>, living only about an of Chicago, nnd Ornec, ofjnfter \w\n K taken 111. .1. W. Oodden Vhcaton college, spent tin? holidays! ill!1 - vs was linrn in IlllnoiH May 17, 185? An-! , ,...:. vlth their parent*, the li. T. j\,,-\ \uxen. ' '-'I'' 1 ' he moved with hi« parents to Mr.s. ,1. M. Hlanebanl and Donnld' Clayton county, where he lived un md Doris Mae drove to chnrokt'o li ' about ten years of age, when he •talurdny, coming home Sunday andi mov( 'd to the old Goddon home iringlng her granddaughter Uevor-' stwul .south of Hurt, where he grev y back with her. j t" manhood. On June 24, 1S82, h Julia, only daughter ot Uie \Vm.j W " K united in marriage to Eva Bournes, spent the Chri.ilma* ]v " '"' "" ""'" ••-'-- " he children remained until Sun- lay. • Carl Bahling and two daughters spent from Thursday to Saturday visiting relatives at Greenfield. Mrs. Bahling, who had spent a couple of weeks there, returned home with them. Mary Peters, Elgin, 111., and the R. .1. De la Hunt family, Ames, :iave been visiting several days at the W. A. Peters home. Mrs. De la Hunt is a daughter of the Pet- . .lays (it home. She In employed in ! DCS MoinoK. Klnniunon. To thi.s union five chil- ''''f' 1 W( 'r<' born, Mrs. W. C. beeper . land Jay Godden, Lone Hock; Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Tl. )•:. Trainor and ' Fulrmont; and Bert Godden and son, of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. r. | Mrs. Anna Olson, Hurt. f Ackerman and family, of Hurt, were! f' 1 ' Is survived by his wife and guests at Frank Flaig's Sunday. five children, 17 grandchildren, and The Ralph Thompsons, Richard Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, of Minneapolis, Minn., came down and spent the Christmas week-end with Mrs. Reynold's parents, the E. H. Staleys. Esther and Aleeda Toebben, Chicago, spent a few days with their mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Aleeda returned to Chicago Monday and Esther will leave Wednesday. The Elbert Sewlck family, Rock Valley,' and Harry Sewick and daughter Bonnie, Ireton, spent Christmas and the week-end at the H. G. A. Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blelch visited from Thursday to Monday at the home of their son Albert at Spring Valley, Minn. GLASS Replacement Service . . • Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait, Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, installed — .118.00 JOE GREEN BERG PHONE 118 great-grandchildren; two J. I IU I 14111 n I J I Mill I J in'tl ir* t I \.l\,\ III I t 1 --(->•••• n • /n • •••- ' Longs, and A. W. Lampe* were en-! brothers, George Oodden, Madison, tortalned at ira. Xcwbrough's Smi-j^'is-., and James Godden, Algona; day, . | three Hlsters, Mrs. C. C. Stow, Vici, The L. R. Roderick family spout I Mia.: Mrs. Eliza Stow, and Mrs. Christmas at Sheffield, going clown! Mary McDonald, Burt. Thursday and coming back Sutur- .Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian 1-Hif- teachers who are at. home for the holidays are: Students — Marie Fritzemeler, Napervllle, 111.; Florence Barton, Mount Vernon; Carl and Ellen Lang, Le Mars; Alice El- Tlede, town Christmas day. Both were damaged but no one was injured. Old Landmark Cut Down- Joe Elvldge Is having his grove of trees north of his house cut down. This Is an old land mark and makes quite a change in looks of the Rath Is their aunt. Christmas. Mri--. A. Cameron and daughter Benjamin, and son Jackie. lis, Oak Park, 111.; Vera Ames; Theodore Koschler, Peorla, [SB. A. KVAJJS, M. D.. , .-,' Jitntlc8 and Electrotherapy folathermy and Ultra; Violet Ray er Bor,chardt Drug Store, ; ~" a: Residence 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. ». : CHIROPRACTORS 111.; Betty Holdkroft, Sioux City; Arno Rlstau, Des Moines; Eleanor Anderson, Cedar Falls. Teachers- Milton Wolto, Bancroft; Myrtle Jordan, Lakota; Dolores Wolto, Onawa; Esther Frltzemeier, Leana, |111.; Doris Baddely, Pocahontas. Mrs. Heddlc's Mother Dies- Word came to'Lu Verne friends I Saturday of, the death of Mrs. William Watson, of Fort Dodge, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Heddle, at Thornton. Mrs. Watson, who was 84, had. visited here often when the Rev. Mr. Heddle was pastor of the local Presbyterian church. Funeral services were held at Thornton and Fort Dodge. Evangelical Election on New Year's The Evangelical church will observe the first day of the New Year with the annual election pt officers at the Community hall. The women will serve dinner, and a program and social afternoon will follow the business meeting. This Hnnk is Heshlnglcd— Frank, Art, and John Sprank re- shingled the roof of the Lone Rock bank last week. Other Lone Rock. The Robert Dransfeldts spent Christmas at Sheffield with rela- till tives and were to go on to Falls to visit the Burl Wirths New Year's. Ambrose McBride took care of their chores while they, \V. Ethel spent the week-end at the Oliver Stow home In Dollivcr. The Frederick Schullzos were guests at Charlie Sohultz'H at Forest City Christmas day. The Harloy Shellitof;. of Ames,] were Chri.strnas guests at N. L. Cotton's. The Art Hennlngsens, of Graettinger, were guests at Ernest Jensen's Sunday. Dr. George Elvldge, of Perry, came Christmas day to visit bis father. Mrs. Otis Sanders and children spent Christmas with her parents at Renwick. The Richard Long family was entertained at the A. W. Lampe home Christmas day. church, the Rev. S. H. Aten con-" ducting the service. Burial was made in the Burt cemetery. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral included all the children: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Oodden and Mrs. A. H. Nichols, Maillnon, Wis.; Mr. and Mr.s. Oliver Stow and son, bolllver; J. J. Godden and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Campbell, Algona. Srlmnl (fives Musical 1'rogram— A good crowd attended the Christ- were gone. M . Mrs. Claud Hawks, of Brockton, Mont., was a guest of Mrs.' E. Hawks last week. Mrs. Hawks staying with relatives here thife mas musical program given by the musical organizations of the school last week Tuesday evening. An excellent program w-as given. The orchestra and girls and boys' glee clubs furnished numbers, besides several solo and small group numbers. S. J. Fardal and Anna Overgaard have charge of the musical work of the school. Mrs. H. Manus, Mrs. Lillian Slg- ler, and Katherlne Manus visited at the Charles Morris home at Lone Rock Sunday. John Fechner, Austin, Minn., has been spending a week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Gifford. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Van Vrankin and R. P. Strong visited relatives at Story City from Thursday to Saturday. Lester Stow and a friend, Clyde Bailey, Cedar Rapids, visited from Wednesday to Friday at the F. O Stow home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schraeder Milwaukee, Wls., spent the holiday season with Burt relatives. The Schraders formerly lived In Burt. Winsome Volentlne, teacher a Sanborn, is spending her Christmas vacation with her parents, the A. G. Volentines. Mrs A. 0. Volentlne About Again— nrisumiH u".>. ' Mrs. A. G. Volentine is able to bo Barber O. Sanders visited the ont nR ,,j n rt fter having been laid up the pasl wee k from injuries which John Sanders home in Swca. City Sunday. G. A. Sharp and Wayne Tyler, of Omaha, spent Sunday at home. DE.R. J. THI88EN met Graduate Chiropractor _en year's successful practice |cOnice over State'«:Cafe 1.UUU" n.u >'- . Is an annual event and one that helps draw the people of the church together in a social way. Martys In Christmas Reunion— The home of Mrs. Catherine Marty was the scene of a happy gathering-Sunday, when all the 'children and grandchildren except Dorothea came to spend the day. After a sumptuous dinner the afternoon was spent at visiting. Out- of-town guests were the Fritz I Martys, Cloquet, Minn v and .the DING CONTRACTORS Ge0 rge Marty«._Ma*on City. P.rty Honors _Prospe*t.veN«r S e-_ AUXILIARY AT TITONKA WINS 3RDJITATION Titonka, Dec. 29 - Members of the Titonka Legion Auxiliary are VETERINARY I. W. FOX „, Veterinarian * P,W«t State Street, Algona Office, 475-W.j re*.. 47S-R Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoon and children spent the Christmas holidays with Mr. Hoon's parents at Alta. The Stephen DeVries family spent the Christmas holidays - in Sanborn at the home of the parents of Mr COWAN * SON 1 Contractor* Estimates FurnMied Business, 639-J; rea., i> MACHINISTS proud of the fact that they have ?us"received their third citation for the past year, receiving two na tlonal and one state This, Aux- lliary unit won its state citation for having the membership quoa before December 3,1; a second citation for the most complete annual report and the third for outstanding work in unit activities. rirls Sine Christmas Carlos— G AmongVis who Bang Christmas carols Christmas eve at the homes of people Who were sick were Edith \*L i'*' * . ..riii,,.. ua]en Beeu, Gertrude DeVrles. The Harold Jones and William Stoutenberg families, of Burt, spent Christmas day at Roy Budlong's in Titonka. The Gilbert Nelsons drove to Rlngsted last week Wednesday to spend Christmas holidays with rela she received from a fall a week ago last Wednesday. Mrs. Volentine was hanging a curtain when she fell rom a chair down the cellar steps. She was unconscious for a time and njured her shoulder quite badly, jut Is now much improved. E II .Staley Has Game Eye— E H. Staley returned Thursday from Fort Dodge, where he had spent a week in the hospital having his eye treated. The eye was injured a few weeks ago and an ulcer and abscess developed. Daughter for E. 'A. Hanscns— D. F. Slaughter went'to Independence Sunday to visit his mother and transact business. He returned the first of the week. The Lester Clement family, Ames, were Christmas 'visitors the C. H. Blossom home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heany spent Christmas with Mr. Heany's parents at Kiester, Minn. ' Howard Chipman, Mason City, visited over Christmas at the home of his father, E. O. Chipman. Le Roy Boettcher has been confined to his home the past week The Best in Fuel- Peerless Lump Peerless Furnace Egg Oriental Block Economy Lump Bach of these coals are the best in their fields. Try any of them and become one of our many satisfied customers. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM FOOL, Manager PHONE 256 Algona, Iowa with the flu. The A. N. Jensens visited from Thursday to Sunday with relatives at Graettlnger. Mrs. Aldls Carey, Ames, visited from Thursday to Saturday with her parents, the F. E. Rubeys. C. O. Riddle made a business trip to Dexter Sunday. He will be gone about a week. Four Corners tives and friends. The H. C. Schweppes drove to -RTON MACHINE WOBKB I Machinists and Welder* Service Stock on .-.-A Rings, Pins, and Bearing* tot Courthouse Phone 6B| PRODUCE for the last year or more. | "^ wffl ^ ln bed a week or ten Fairmont and St. James last, week Wednesday to spend the Christmas holidays with relatives and friends. The Virgil Pendergasts drove to the Twin Cities last week Wednes- ay to spend the holidays with riends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Verry. of Algona were Sunday guests of Mr. Perry's sister. Mrs. H. A. French. The Homer Downs family spent the Christmas holidays at the Chas. Downs home, near Wesley. The Howard Frenchs drove to Mankato last week Wednesday on SWIFT * COMPANY Cash Buyer* taltrr, Em, *M HI** ..:• M»tt Lamuth, .M«r, i-DfSURkuibB 1 ' we services at the Roturn to TltonUa.- church New Year's eve ad & Q _ glack and ^children, Vlole 7: SO. OTTH COUNTY MUTUAL J8DBANCE ASSOCIATION MH.OOO.OOO worth of liwuntnet SL - A home J. O. 1 I ALGONA INBIIBAXCB • 6 - AGENCY, El* Bane A} 1 ! j Insurance Phone 65 t!Mvi«. lwuranee. as: Jured kneecap. E^win Mart'y suffered no*e last Thursday. He J rnTws'cara" dthehandl 'arid hit him. bad road*. lillKlll*;! •"» *" * — ^ . M A daughter was horn December 20 to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hansen. Airs R L. Cogdill has been caring for the new baby. The Hansens have two other children, hoth sons Alonn Entortaln~the~Teachers- The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten entertained all of the. teachers and Mrs: Weir and Mrs. Maude Hanna, after the musical program Tueeday night. Krlethes Attend TurVey Show- Mr, and Mr*. P. F. Kriethe A family group enjoyed Christ mas dinner at the home of Mrs. Edith Rich, on Christmas Present were the Arch the John Sabins, the Walkers, I 1 no «jy«ii u**."-««t • c/u Riches, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, of Dakota City, and Orville Holdren. Others who came for supper were Loretta Walker, Louise Broesder, Margaret Habeger, At gona, and the Carl Seips. A Christ mas tree and Santa Claus were enjoyed in the evening. The Ray Miners, Merlden, went home Sunday, after having spent Mr an r«. . . one ui drive to DesMoines this week Tues- Chrlstmas wlth Mra . Miners dav to attend a turkey show being mo ther, Mrs. L. E. Potter, Algona e Krlethes raise a| nri _, other re iatives. held there. The Krlethes raise good many turkeys each year. Epwortli leanrae Bally pl » nn f7 B ,, e A sub-district Epworth .League and other relatives. The Delbert Potters, Fort Dodge i.ie Dr. Ray Potters, Emmetsburg and the Ray Miners, Merlden, spen worth k<«gue Chr istmas w , th the Lloyd potters rally "will he held at the Methodist j Uoy& u no( . able to be out. Mankato last ween W wuu-n»«j — ... w , u be he ia at uie ""="•"""" Lloyd > s " ot aDle to business. Church here Wednesday evening, Christmas dinner was served a Vincent Heifner, of Burt, was a «« 30 . tne Arthur Cruikshank home fo Vincent Heifner, o ur, wa business caller at Titonka Buffalo Decembe , the Arthur Cruikshank home „ „«« PUT— the following guests: the R T. An nlheran Le*Rue Presents llay_ family) Lo ne Rock; Bob An me «».,-., «- —- , , The Lutheran Walther League Chicago; Mrs. and Mrs. Law their children and families Sunday ™ nt a pla y. "Romantic Mary, "^ Dlttmer , Lone Rock; and Joe In the church basement this ween anfl wm Rloker . ' and John McNei Tuesday evening. > | Algona. Mrs. R. T. Angus is a si Center, and Bancroft Saturday. L nthe r8n I*»!?ue Presents entertained Lutheran -Walther pla y. , The Ralph Johnsons afternoon. Mrs Florence Reaser, daus of Mr. and Mrs. John Keil, was . last week with the'flu. In Hospital- eK wun ino nu. Wan «»«"'•" ••• • . Roy Budlongs were Sunday Watf Wa itman is • seriously ' --* All*? Afc^j *-* — " dinner guests at John Verne YY0.1L »» «*•*•« with sinus' trouble and r is- in Mason City hospital^ Other Burt New". ,™«v-'dinner: was'held at the "CLEANED AND PRESSED" NEAT AND READY- If you're suddenly Invited to a function that makes it imperative thaf yon look JWB dressed, be sure that you have yomtsnlto I* good order. We call for and deliver. Phone 537. .'•-'• , -"I Modern Dry Cleaners Let us serve you tlie coming year. ter'and Joe and Will Rlcker ar brothers of Mrs. Cruikshank. A large crowd attended a Chris mas program at .the Good Hope church last week' Wednesday night In SRite'Pf bad weather and ro^ds. All patrons of Union school dist. — • • program at ed Dy W.I-B. i«v.-- Mrs. M. S. Craven, low. tree mrch was Pa °nd Mrs H C Allen. Mr, and r. and Mis. ti. ^. A» , . . " 'Moore families, Titonka, ,.ltow families, Mra. ^-^\ 3." SmUh-eTMin-l^d'thrH- W.' Trainer *«», 6 P. McDonald left Saturday andL.^/Wlls, .S. D., where he wllll the Vernon Stones, of ™£°n -"£ vtai re.auv. ^ ~-^ ^ . ^ c , SI SSS^S--*?-; J? -&K^% &£.3£\ 8o n * n was pie Other gram Christmas eve, an I crowd attended. Sf&'ooS^S ' 0 the h lMt few week's. John , the teAher. the Lloyd Potter school) t Thursday for a Christ- vacation. Christine Knudsenj Mason Cityans Wed. ChHstmas at ; Distance Hauling, y load i insured t loss and dimi* &U kinda 1 BaiiiD4 do all P^gand Ji^&^&triu ^S& : M-^S;F^V^S s afcs Hiw fv^fff TLfr« BUruciv**! * * -tViAm flS l*** "" .. the soraphooK, »»»• „ ,- ma; who tooK UICI " OQn tinued to '*l .the Home Mteaton JnUpng, clty whe re they oont 1 nV Mrs P« ter Thomps HaroPpn- . Bonackers spent D. and Mrs Sift o.*i" *•**— -' . Lawton, were guests Woito's last week. l.(JJ_JV «***>•* *• f-" Clara Schwietert, went 'to apent 'the Christmas• vaca.' their parents, the .v\. «• home. terts. Myrtle returned Moines Sunday, at William | The Jyan ^ng family, Claua, both of Mason City, married hy t-_ the Ev. Lutheran Trinity the ' ch}ldren o£l the parish school were present. of Bensonfl. at Irvln of Clarion, Chapman's Saturday. IRIUABUPBIHTIHCI no order too *lllti I" ^ rs< A> ^ Sanders, with ••—'— <™*rmi. IEOGI ArnoW tter's son, are aw er Mrs . fs aB slstmg in 8 in Mr, n SoTcoleman visited at Water- 10 o and Baxter laat An evangelistic can^^Jgn opened s«£SSA^d Sam Steu»> n . and l Mr*. «tf Bure and , s . uys witu iiw B, Laraen. •nr^r'p'mn Frl*«t w^a^fljjwa '-T*i» ^™«^ We Wish our Patrons and Friends Hew Year FOOD SHOP and —Floor Coverings From 10 to 40% Off We have Suites, Odd Piccet Rugs, Short Cuts in Linoleum onx>ur floor that .M'u'st..BE.J.I : '6-l.i:P If you need a living room, dining room, bedroom suite or an odd piece, now is the time to buy. letter Furniture for Lew! ' f s ;;; Furniture Ajf§ *m t !»«£«? P6-.
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