Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 31, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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VAOEFOUR CHRISTMAS IS FEAST DAY AT GOOD HOPE Wood Hope. Dec. 28 — Many Good ^Hope families enterjalned or we're •guests at family and neighborhood atmtherlngs on Christmas day. Mr. arid Mrs. James Knoll and Allen '"Mooro were at the Rev. C. ,B. TJUtchell home at Armstrong. In- Twluded In the group was the Will 'Bchram family, of Tltonka, and Wie Bennett Mitchell family, of Buf- *ffhlo Center. The Reid relatives "Were at the Tom Reid home; and the Albrights at the Roy Cook *ome. The D. C. Gardner family and the Dim Moore family spent =<the day at the Milt Moore home in Algona. The- Angus relatives and "the Joe Ricker family were guests >.«t the A. R. Crulkshanks. The 3Cnoll children and their families Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Treptow "were at the AVm.,,Knoll home, Al- , At the W. J. Bourne home, in al- dltlon to the family, were Dr. and :ltrs. W. T. Peters, Burt; Miss Julia ^Bourne, 3Journe, Des Moines; Algona, At Dr. the Melvin O. H. had been 111 ^for many weeks and was of advanced age. - • ' Miss Lola Moser spent ' the holidays with her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. John Mosepj.,- She returned to ner work at Mankato Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson spent the holiday season with the Dort lash family, at St. Joseph, Mo. Miss Phoebe Morgan, of Sheldon, le spending the holiday vacation with the C. L. Dittmer family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden family, Fentori, spent Saturday "at the Wm. Treptow home. "dEngstrom home were Mr. and Mrs. • August Engstrom, Mr. and Mrs. (Swan Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harrison and .Tune, Mr. and Mrs "Henry Engstrom and family, ant •HCarl Lindstrom. Gathered at the •'C. Li. Dittmer home were Mr. am :|«rs. C. L. Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs Arie Dittmer, Miss Phoebe Morgan 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dittmer, Mr. and •Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, and the SRev. and Mrs. Allen Wood. A fine "Christmas greeting; letter from Mrs •iKate Annis and daughter Beth, for ~fthe group, was read and greatly enjoyed. The Kueok children and their • '.families gathered at the home of stheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geiffert .CKueck. At the P. A. McArthur <home was a quiet family gathering rwhich included the Will Broderson tamily. The Loyd Gross family ob- .served the day at the V. J. Gross .'home. The Rudolph Saathoff family, of TBurt, and the George Tjaclen family, Titonka, and the Misses Edna FLAPPER WRITES OF CHRISTMAS AND OLDEN MEMORIES The Flapper, now Mrs. Boyd, of Pocahorftas, formerly Marge Acheson, of AVest Bend, Who was lino- typist for the West Bend Journal and conducted a "column" in that paper, wrote the Journal under date of December 12 as follows: "As the Christmastide approaches with its festivities and holiday spirit, despite the t>. h.'s affection, the pleasant home, the Slnclalrs (Including "Rags"), and the other eister, our mind turns persistently to the old home and the dear mother, whose absence for the first time in all these years, brings a feeling of keen sorrow and regret which is hard to overcome.' Plow strange it has seemed not to be planning for her birthday, which, falling so near. Christmas, December 23, made these two days one. It te Indeed a comforting and pleasing memory to think of the many friends who made her 'open house' birthday one short year ago one of the best she ever had. And only two months later she passed quietly on. AVe know that were mother here she would want us, in the Journal, to extend to you the season's greetings. "The Boyds are getting a rest from fishing trips and are content to spend the time at home. AVe have been thinking how very little we have come in contact with ol<Jj friends of former days. Calls no longer fashionable—no one Raymond Funk Is a new employe at the KohlhaaS hardware store. J. A. McDonald was alck over the week-end With a cold and stomach trouble. Harry Keith left for Long Beach, Calif., Monday for a few weeks wifth his father, E. P. Keith. . In accordance with custom the dining room of the. Algona hotel has been closed for the holidays. ". Senator Patterson was in town Monday, and was a guest at the Rot'ary-Kiwanls noon luncheon^' : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laird, and daughter Betty drove to .Mason City Monday to spend the day., Betty Burtis, of Webster City, went home last Thursday, after a few days visiting Barbara Haggard. Agnes Rice, Chicago teacher, came last Thursday to spend Christmas with the N. C. Rices and P.'P. Zerfesses. , Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice, daughter Mary Janice, and Janet Zerfess, drove to Minneapolis Monday for.a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh and baby spent Chrlstma's at Swea.City with the D. A. Links, parents of Mrs. Freeh. Evan Finnell and Norma Grelner and the Sisters teaching In St. Cecelia's academy spent Saturday at Mason City. Mrs. E. J. Skinner and her daughter Kate drove to Omaha Sunday to spend this week with a brother of Mrs, Skinner. Mrs. C. K. Clark went to Des to-VintOh'a week ago tfrfday to.get their feon t'rartk Jr., who has been attending the state school for the blind there eiitce September. Me will return to Vlhton afler the holidays. Evan Finnell, senior lA the Academy and spare-time helper iri the Artvhnce < shop, has been sick since Sunday, ami Tuesday night had a temperature of H.02*. He was reported somewhat Improved yesterday morning,, . : Delegates from the various lodges to the Masonic Temple Association, which controls the new Temple, are to meet .Monday evening at 7:30 in the basement of .-the Temple. This is to be followed by a directors' meeting; i Mr! and Mrs. C. V, Nasby returned, to Omaha Sunday. • Mrs. Nasby came several .weeks ago for -a visit with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. K. D. James, and Mr. Nasby came last Loretta Walker were guests at -the E. L. Broeerter home. A number of other such gatherings in the ^community we have been unable to detailed information on. •Corn Leaf Infects Eye— Mr. Herbert Staley, who has been at a hospital in Fort Dodge for the •past ten days, was able to return He has been specialist for•treatment of an eye injured during «orn-husking-. A sliver of corn leaf penetrated the ball of the eye causing an inflamed and painful condi- are has Moines Monday to attend the state poultry show. She was expected home yesterday. Charles Humphrey, Charles City attorney, came Christmas day to spend the holidays with his sister, Mrs. AVm. C. Steete. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap went Tiome for Christmas. "under the care of a failed to yield to local The present prospect is iion which treatment. that the sight of the eye will not 'be destroyed although Mr. Staley •will have to go to Fort Dodge twice •a week for treatment •weeks to come. for some Are Guesls Here— Kenneth Rutledge left a week Tuesday for Maryvllle, Mo., returning the following Thursday. He ^vas accompanied back by his spec- da! friend, Miss Doris Cook, and by •his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 33rastus Belcher, the latter a sister al Kenneth's mother, Mrs. Charles Rutledge. The group will remain for several weeks at the Rutledge (home and with other relatives. The 3lutledge relatives will gather there ior the celebration of New Year's Hay. I Oklahoma Nurse Visiting Here— -Glenn Black and Mrs. Stanley TBlack and daughter, who went to Xawton, Okla., some weeks ago for 'a visit with the parents of the boys 'And to seek work, returned a week -ago last Thursday. They were ac«companied on their return' by Miss -Elsie Black, who has been engaged in her profession of nursing at Ft. Sill. She will remain for an indefinite stay. The boys were unable to Uind work. time. AVe are old-fashioned enough (having learned a lesson during our mother's long invalidism) to make our calls among those who are shut-ins and bring a little cheer to them if possible. "We cannot refrain from telling the readers who remember our column how pleased we were to learn of the marriage of the bachelor editor, "Bill" Haggard, of the Algona Republican, which took place on the Flapper's birthday. We feel that our razzing in the Journal has not been in vain. And now we are patiently waiting and hoping that 'Phat,' of the Lu Verne News, will follow suit. Equally we have regretted the illness of Editor W. C. Dewel, of the Algona Advance, and, we trust that the coming year will bring him perfect health. AVe note that Jimmie Neville still seems to toe prospering in the shoe business. "It will not be possible to remember all of our mother's oldtime friends with " greeting cards this year on account of the addition of so many in-laws, so with permission of Editor Koch, we want to extend to Sheldon last Thursday to spend Christmas and the week-end with the former's parents. Mrs. D. E. Dewel and her daughter Marjorie went to Dubuque Monday to spend a week with the former's only brother and his wife. _ Attorney H. \V. Miller went to AValdorf, Minn., last Thursday for Chi'istmas with his 1 parents, who live on a farm. He returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Menzel, of Ames, were holiday guests at the M. P. AVeaver home. Mrs. Me'n'zel will be remembered as Vesta Thursday for Christmas week-end. and the Mr, and Mrs'. J. F. Overmyer left by automobile last week Wednesday for a holiday visit at Mr. Overmyer's old home in Ohio. On . the way they ; picked up their daughter June, Adeie. They are expected giome today. • ..'•' St. Cecelia's academy basketball boys and girls' teams were scheduled to play the St. Joseph academy at Mason City -last night on the Jo- hawk floor. Next •yveek Friday the academy boys' team will play a Fort Dodge team there. Mrs. Victor Young- and- her eons Robert' and Theodore have been visiting at Dr. H. L. McCorkle's since last Thursday. Mr. Young is expected today, -and they :will return to their home at Rockwell City sometime this week-end. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon .returned Monday evening from Mountain, AVls., where they had been since a week ago Sunday visiting their daughter, Mrs. Herman Leeftink. Mrs. Leeftink will be remembered as Dorothy Tuibon. OLD RAILROADER BURIED AT BORT » Burt, Dec. 29 — Funeral services for Clarence Clifton Wallace, Maaon City, were held here and burial wan made In the Burt cemetery Sunday afternoon. The service was conducted by the Masonic lodge, .of which he wfls a member, Mr. Clifton was born December 4, 1871, In "Stockporjt, Ohio, and died December 24, 1931. He grew to young manhood at Stockport, and at the age of 19 he became a telegraph operator for the B. C. R. '& N. railway at Watklns. On January 16, 1894 ( he was united In marriage to Bertha Guddall. of Walking. To this union five children were born: Mrs. Gladys Mawcott. Of Burt, and Glenn, Vaughn, Vernon, and lain, Mason City. Mr. Wallace worked for the C. R. 1. & P. railway, being stationed at Cedar Rapids, Swea City, Slbley, and other Iowa points. In 1916 he entered the employ of the C. & N. W. at' Fairmont, later at Aredale. health compelled him to give up his work and. the family later moved to Mason City! Minn., and was In 1928 falling *Hfl HOLIDAY SMASON „ - auspiciously at the.call or In the words of our last yettr's preview- announcer, "holds brilliant promise for great things"; The dorsa r Is ft corking good yarfi, reeking With the tang of the salty, sea air; the short subjects, shown In .connection with the feature, are unusually good. Let Us begin with them. The Christmas Party with Jackie Cooper and a galaxy of mature film stars, both men and women,- is being 'shown at the Rosy Theatre In New York City, and is being advertised Over the radio, as one of the cleverest "shortB" of the season, which It Is. The football two-reeler also shows a number of well known actors fnd actresses of the screen'In a clever burlesque on the deluge of gridiron features which came put ^"Is fajt. If these two short subjects are Man* ager Rice's Christmas gift to suffer ing movie fans, then we say, Bravo! nothing could be more welcome than an intelligent "short". WITH BOOTLEGGING threatening to become^our first American'in- dustry, It is not to be wondered at that pictures like the Corsair find Mr. Wallace was a charter mem- their way to the screen; if the stage her of the Swea City Masonic lodge, a member of the Iowa, Consistory No. 2, and a 32nd degree Mason. He was'also a lifelong member of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers. He Is survived by his wife and five children, also one brother, Edson Wallace, of McConnellsvllle, Ohio; a twin sister, Clara Hook, of Beav- Mr. and Mrs. daughter Helen N., C. came Skow and Christmas ('we' includes the b. h.) to all former readers of the Journal, season's the the greetings, and we can think of nothing more appropriate than this from a card received long ago from the Iveys: There are ups and down on the road I'll say, But the 'downs' don't count on Christmas day; So 'Merry Christmas'.' and let -me add You're one of the 'ups 1 that make life glad'." Walter "\Valkor Dies on Const— Word just received by Mrs. P. A. ;McArthur from Santa Clara, Calif., tarings word of the death of Walter "Walker, husband of her youngest -sister, who was Miss Mattie Hutch- 4naon. Death resulted from a fractured skull received when the deceased fell on the cement steps of their home. Funeral services were •3ield on December 23. •Crowd Hears Christmas Program— A capacity crowd filled Good Hope church on Wednesday evening •to enjoy a Christmas program by the children from the rural schools the Junior department of the Sun day school, and by the choir. Al! committees qoncerned -wjorked together to produce a most satisfac tory evening. will next "Church Men I'lan Dinner— Men 'Of Good Hope church Serve their annual dinner on Thursday evening, January 7, be- .Slnning at 6 o'clock. The menu which will be unusually attractive •will be announced in next week's papers and by window posters. 3?rice will be announced at the same time. , Bert Galbralth Farm Rented— Rudolph Wilrett, who has occupied the Geiffert Kueck farm during the past two years, has rented Ahe farm formerly occupied by Bert 43albraith west of Algona. Mr. Wil- rett is a good farmer and neighbor and has made substantial friends in Good Hope community. W, H. CONNERS WANT TO HEAR OF OLD FRIENDS Renewing her mother's Advance subscription, Lizzie E. Conner, of Wheaton, 111., writes: Please find enclosed check for $2.50 td pay for the Advance from January 1, 1932, to January 1, 1933, In Mrs. W. H. Conner's name. Christmas is over, and we were fairly showered by many good friends who have done so much for us ever since the County Savings bank closed and we lost our deposit there. We had a green Christmas, a cloudy warm day. AVe have not needed to go west in search of warm weather thus far. Our first snow to stay on ground was on December 9, but it only stayed two days. ; A good many families in Wheaton are being helped, op account of being out of work. We certainly feel sorry for President Hoover, who is, and has been, trying*to do all anyone could do, but has had no help. We think he )s a wonderfully fine man, and we feel that it Is a great shame that he Is so badly treated. We heard Senator Dickinson over Weaver. E. R. Reed, brother of Mrs. Harry Wilson, left Monday after vlsitinR here for a week. He lives at Ottawa, Kans., and is a traveling salesman. The Ray Miners and two children, Meriden, came Christmas morning and remained till Sunday at the parental H. B. Miner and L. E. Potter homes. Mrs. Fred W. Wehler and daughter Marie drove to Fairmont Saturday for a short visit with the Herman Wehlers. They returned Saturday evening. Mr. 'and Mrs. .Fred Schallin are parents ,of a 1% pound boy born Tuesday. This is their first child. Mr. .Schallin is employed at the Kohlhaas garage. • ' E. C. Hancher, local telephone manager, attended a conference of telephone men at Mason City Mon day. Mr. Hancher also made up Rp tary attendance there. Thelma Horigan will return to her work in Minneapolis Sunday She has been spending the holidays, with her parents, the R. W. Hori guns, since last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauptman of Corwith, the Roy Jensen family of Lone Rock, and the Lester Willson family were Sunday dinner guests of the William Dehnerts. The A. H. Borchardts complete! moving into their .new modern horn in the northwest part of town las week. The home was built by R L. Padgett and Bartholomew Bros Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorte and their daughter Nancy, of Web ster City, and Mildred Clayton, o Mason City, were guests Christ mas day at the O. J. Peterson home Donnabelle and Betty Merron.-i o Estherville, have been visiting a the R. H. Miller home since Sundaj They are nieces of Mrs. Miller They will return to Estherville to day. " Harley Troutman, attendin; school in Chicago taking a com merce course, is spending the hoi days with his mother, Mrs. J. I Troutman, and sister, Mrs. Howar day from Omaha to spend the holidays with Mrs. skew's-mother, Mrs. Kate Turner. Mrs. "Skow will stay here with her mother till the latter has recovered from her recent Illness. • i • Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff Will return to their home at Ames today. They have been at the T. C. Sherman home since Christmas morn- ng. Mr. Cliff and William return- d to Ames Sunday, but came back uesday evening after' Mrs. Cliff nd Mary Louise. .Donald Rhode, assistant to Coro- er L. M. Merritt. "went to Fort Dodge Christmas day and attended family reunion and Christmas inner at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Martin Swalin. His parents, if Perry,'were also present. There yere 22 at the dinner. H. j. Thompson, 'of Los Angeles, u-rived recently for his annual visit among Kossuth relatives and old riends'. He is still connected with :he Bimini 'Springs bathing resort, and on the side looks after an alfal- 'a ranch which he owns some 00 miles from Los Angeles. John Haggard drove to tMason Uty Monday to meet Harriett Thurston, Vlrgina, Minn., who is 'isiting this week at the Haggard lome. She plans to leave Sunday for Woodbine, where she teaches. Miss Thurston was recently operated on for appendicitis. County Attorney and Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway spent Christmas with the former's mother and other relatives at Emmetsburg. Mr. Shumway's sister, Mrs. Floyd T. Mitchell, her' husband, and his mother were here for a few minutes Mrs. Augusta Mlttug- Improved— Her many friends will be delighted to know of the greatly Unproved condition of Mrs. Augusta Mittag, who has been so seriously ill at the fcome of her daughter, Mrs. Ben Seed during several weeks past. Other Good Hope. Miss Pearl Hanna, daughter of Hr. and Mrs. George Hanna, and teaching in suburban New York, was the guest of Professor and Mrs. Lyle Morris at their home in Jrforthport, Long Island, N. Y. at Christmas time. The Dittmer and Haffna families seat a, consignment «T real farm goodies to reinforce the least. Quintan and Cecil and Mr- and Mrs. Gift BJustrom ware at Boone •9a Wednesday lq$t week tor -the of tt* swtejraai of ttie passing way to the radio when he was through Chicago on his Washington, My mother has been in bed since a year ago last April. She has an electric radio beside her bed, given her by one of our dear friends, and how she does enjoy it. She can distinguish only light and dark and is getting quite deaf. I am having trouble with an eye. I wonder whether anyone who reads this will remember Mrs. Sarah Baer, who lived in Algona "at the time Mr. Frank had a clothing store there. She was his niece. She has a gift shop here In Wheaton, and we have good visits talking about Algona people of years ago. We wish for all friends a happy New Year. We were glad to hear that Editor W. C. Dewel is better and again able to be at his office. Pratt. Clarabell, er, Pa. Out-of-town relatives attending the, funeral Included all of his Immediate family; also Mrs. Vaughn Wallace and Mrs. Glenn Wallace, his daughters-in-law; Mr. and Mre. Samuel Gud'dall and two children, of Thor. ly he lost his job with the railroad. They have one boy and a.girl. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton and children. Betty and Gardner, and William Quarton, spent Christmas at the W. B. Quarton home. They came Christmas morning, and left again Sunday for Cedar Rapids, where Sumner is manager of the Register, and Tribune radio station. William Quarton is assistant manager of the station. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent were Christmas . day dinner guests of the Quartons. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Genrlch went to Boone Friday and spent Christmas with Mrs. Genrich's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jennings, who favw a few miles north of Boone. They came back to Algona Sunday by way of Clarion, where they spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Harwood Jr., who formerly worked for the state highway commission here. They moved to Clarion a year ago. The Britt News-Tribune says: Miss Priscilla Southgate, teacher at Eveleth, Minn., arrived Saturday for the annual Christmas vacation, and is spending it with her parents. Miss Southgate lives in a most in- 1s to be the mirror of life, then the screen ought to hhow some, of the sidelights of our Great American Band Wagon too and 'Prohibition will occupy a conspicuous . place. There are plenty 'of dramatics In this rather "melo" variety—shooting, killing, drowning, but somehow, Chester Morris and Alison Loyd put the thing over In a rather realistic way. This Morris boy is of the Robert Montgomery type but he Is well cast In this particular role of the hijacker and the blond Loyd woman, plays her vampire part with such convincing sincerity that she 'lands' her man. An exceedingly . good character part Is contributed by one Fred Kohler. . tt THERE IS some beautiful photography In The Corsair—In fact, one moonlight shot. of; the. shimmering ocean, with light house and dark ships silhouettd against a mackerel sky Is one of the most artistic, things that the 'camera has given us for a long time. And so, hotwith standing the extremely improbable plot, (The Corsair appeared In Lib-'; erty magazine which probably ac-' counts for Its short- comings) this! Is an entertaining show, gives us j ome unusual sea photography and) ntroduces us to a new movie blond, n the latter subject, the house is ivided—one vote for and one gainst. We'll let you figure out 1 'ho cast the black-ball—now,' Isn't iat just like a woman. Is-combined ail' 1 thi-interest'ft travelogues with the Intolllfcent hum6r at a typical American; hete Is entertainment par excellence, Aside from the Ingenuity of the thing, which at times is almost baffling, is the, rare ability' to'indulge in humor at the expense of,others without bffense. This Is one of the most' difficult pieces of finesse known to; the human race. Douglas does it with ease and good grace. There Is just enough of it and never too much. TRANSITION from scene to sctne and from one country to an other'Is accomplished by the use of great maps, magic carp<rts and all the. hokum of the studio. You have no opportunity to become weary, as soon as one scene begins to lag, the energetic Fairbanks whisks you away to ahother, first by .Jumping, then by following a golf;ball across the Yellow Sea. The gags are good, almost without exception. Showing a caravan of camels, he slyly remarks, "These come in packages of twenty 'in pur country". A long line of shows''-statues is accompanied by,;these -significant words, "Here we'.•' have Congress In /session!'. Speaking of some ruins in a state of perfect preservation, he adds, "like the Republican party", .These and many others liven ,up the Interest in this great travel picture. OF COURSE, Doug Is the whole show aside fro'm the curious, scenes which are shown on the,screen here i for the first time. Probably as remarkable a bit of human Interest After this render necusc us ,,f freely O f ,, v dulling 10 cj Will if ^r"Vf^h ynotnln Lhi Istnias tui'ltc v at that. A * sat down In whnl would bo ft Mn n .. hl)l y°uel ftnd your In; dropped IP seven as could bc wonder Is Kay ]->„„,.,„. suave naive ,wc dial n \ mtt t , , S um f ° f ' stuff, is the trained bird which threads -beads on a slender line. Many shots are pictorially beautiful, although if we might be pardoned, for this one, little criticism be that the camera man did no't" get more beautiful shots. The picture of the sacred mountain of Ja.pan, is the . most' perfect and Is the:high light of Around the World in Eighty Minutes. ... ; INTRODUCING the feature is! an assortment of excellent short subjects,; including .again Blng Crosby, Rudy - Valee and a California '•. orchestra' which are .all entertaining. nice things as n false sake of exturt'lng '« and finally falllm/ Kttarcllan nf tlio young man li,ui rtic'i' H "" ei ] most awful excuse f 0r scenario over sho wn on n screen. ' SUPPOUTI.NG th c love l-rancls |« t | u . dreamy-eved fearlo who nulu. s lhr ' . possible role w)th tlle ™, of a clam. Ms,, a ym { Brceden, who us the 1>n n< i ' his part with a freshness „, quite out of keoplnR w | th th ness of the plot. W Illln m B, the tough guy also puts M i able entliiiHlMsm Into a rol. would gag (i (lofj. There inconsistencies of plot cause a ten-year-old blush with shame at'thTth' ns youngstJ that our tulUies wore adult entertainment. Oh ye name of the show is The Fall donna. teresting section among the mines. Monday morning on business. Judge and Mrs, J. J. Clark, and for cars. AVe have had rain .snow for the last five weeks, daughter of the Rev. Ledyard and Mrs. F. J. Clark, will return tomorrow to Cedar Falls, where she is attending State Teachers college. Fred Clark Jr. will go back to Ames today. Wm. J. Weis, who came here recently from Omaha to run a barber shop in the Maharas building, is now employed at the Stehle shop. He has rented the Mary Kain house. Raymond and Marie Wehler drove to Omaha Sunday to bring home the former's daughter Peggy Jane for a week's visit. She will go back to Omaha next Sunday -to attend school. Evelyn Nickerson came home Monday front Des Moines, where she finished a.. six months business course. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson, of Cresco township. Adrain Burmelster, manual training teacher, went to his home at Waldorf, Minn., for part of his holiday vacation, and it was understood would spend the rest with a friend at Menomlnee, Wis. Among friends who came to attend the funeral of Mrs. F. C. Zender was Mrs. Gertrude Kelly, of Mason City, formerly Miss Sheridan, who was city librarian here before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullpugh and son Bob and daughter Maurine drove to Newton Christmas day and spent the week-end visiting with old friends there. They returned to Algona Sunday evening. Eva Peterson left yesterday tor Lou Junkermeler and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Jackson were in Algona on business last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert JacUs.on spent .Christmas at the home of their son Basil- Mrs. William Weinberger drove to- Mankato to spend the week-end,Bill Wiemer left Friday for , days at Redding. .4- >*<K Rockford, 111., where she works for the receiver of the Manufacturers National bank. She came home last Thursday to spend the holidays with, her parents, the O. J. Peterson^. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton, their daughter Jeanne, O. J. Peterson and daughters Mabel and Eva,' drove to Minneapolis Monday for a few days with the j. R. Petersons,' J,, Peterson is,a BOO of Q. J Sjp. an,d " - - '" -' Vi.tx&i' Senator E. W. Clark, of Mason City, were Christmas day guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Fred-J. Clark. Judge and Mrs, Clark are the Rev. Mr. Clark's parents, and Senator Clark, who recently was appointed state insurance commissioner, Is the pastor's brother.' Henry Helfrlch, of Fort Totten, N. D., is spending the Christmas holidays with the Jos. E. Rahms at St. Benedict. Mr. Helfrich, who was raised in the St. Benedict neighborhood, has been in North Dakota for seven years. Fort Totten is only 40 miles from the Canadian border, and is near Devils Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Schoby and daughters Elizabeth and Jean, of Mason City, spent Christmas with Mrs. R. E. Brown. Mrs. Brown is Mrs. Schoby 's mother. The two little, girls remained -to spend their school vacation with their graiitt- mothers, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. J. F. Schoby, and their aunt, Mrs. C. K. Clark. , George Eden, one of the substantial "farmers of Buffalo township, southeast of Tltonka, Was in Algona Tuesday with his son Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. Eden have four sons and four daughters. Erwin, the third son, w|io is the man "of learning in the family, finisher H. 'S. at Titonka, and is now attending junior college at Britt. Bernice Stock will return Sunday to Eagle Grove, where she is teaching in the public schools. She 5 is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Her brother Kenneth, Sioux City Journal reporter, and his wife were here for Christmas. Kenneth's wife, who is a registered nurse, was a South Dakota girl. J. P. "V\ r alton, of Newton, former owner of the Algona Bakery, and a son were here Monday. Mr. Watton, who now runs a bakery at Newtoni attended the joint Rotary- Kiwanis meeting Monday noon was pressed into service at his old job as Rotary song 'leader. After he left Algona he became a member of the Newton Rotary club. Mr.. 'and Mrs. Floyd Perkins, of Council Bluffs! Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Simmons, Fairmont, Mr. and 'Mrs. F. J. Laing, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. o. W. Simmons and Bon Donald, of Rolfe, and Harry and Lester Simmons, Algona, were guests at Christmas dinner at the David King farm, home on Christmas day. The Perkins family were guests till Sunday of the Laings. Old friends of the C, C. Searles will regret • to le*rn of Minnesota, There is a vast amount of unemployment there anc from the salaries of the teachers each month is deducted a certain amount to go Into' the fund for the care of destitute unemployed." Mrs. J. W. Carmichael, of Llber- tyville, In southeastern Iowa, writes under date of December '21: "I it Is time for my renewal to the Advance, so' I am sending the money for another year. It is certainly hard to find money enough this year, for'prices are so low but we have to have the paper to see what is going on in Kossuth AVe are having awful weather down here. The roads are impass'abl anc bu have not had to have a fire a night yet to. keep things from freez ing in the house." The following paragraph from th Garner Leader will interest friend of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, foi mer Algonians' Mr. Clark .having for eight years following 1908 bee one of the publishers of the Ad vance and Mrs. Clark being we remembered here 'as. a Chapl daughter: "The Frank Clark horn will be the scene of a happy gathei Ing over the Christmas holidays when the sons, William, who. is student at the U. S. Naval academ at Annapolis, Md., and Harold,' student at the University of Mis souri, will be at home. This is Bill 1 first visit since entering school an will be one of much pleasure 'bot to himself and parents and his man Garner friends and admirers. A a student, in Garner high school h covered himself'with honors in foo ball, and this was also true l n hi freshman year, at the naval acad emy. Harold will be on.the edltorla board of the Missouri showme, hu mor publication for the presen school year, according to a recen announcement staff." of the comple T HE, TIP OFF is the picture which Manager Rice had sched- led for his free show several weeks go, but which, on being previewed eemed a poor bet for the many hildren who would be certain to vitness it. We think Manager Rice's judgment was exceltent; our nly question might be, "Why show he darned thing at all?" But then, hese pictures are bought sight un- ieen and what better place to t put t than Christmas; eve, when most sverybody is home with the family? At that, it isn't such a bad picture f you like gangsters, Eddie Qulllan ind all that sort of racket. We saw it after the Christmas eve fes- Ivities were over and the children were safe in their, downy cots—It was about as incongruous with our feelings as a snowball fight in July. SO WE AVILL leave 'Eddie and ;he :-est of the gangsters' to their :ate and talk about the short sui> jects which show the painstaking care that Mr. Rice says he has lavished on the Christmas week's pro- ram. The short complimentary reel in which the various dolls and toys come to life and sing and talk to us In the flesh, Is refreshing af ter the usual run of shorts. The Christmas message from the Call, with the singing of Silent Night,;is about as artistically gotten up a thing as we have seen for a long time. Even the voices are good. DO YOU KNOW who the champion crooner of these United States Is? AVe have always thought this light weight championship belonged to Rudy A'allee but we find that a gentleman by the name of Blng Crosby now wears the crown. And what a crooner he turns out to be. In I Surrender, Dear, a popular ditty of the day, he croons from the stage, from the radio, from the seat of a car and from any old place he happens to be. Yes, Blng is the croonlest crooner we have ever heard, if .that's anything to be proud of. At any rate his short subject Is well above par, which is something in these days of depression, low stock market, etc, W HICH BRINGS-US to'the place de resistence of the holiday week — Douglas Fairbanks in Around the World in Eighty Minutes, as fine a jnotlon, talking picture as has graced the silver screen since talkies swept the old ellents UNTU FURTHER NOTICE! , • Marigold Ileanty' SHoppc' Xo. II over lowi State Hank closed January 4 until further notice is given. ^".V. 1 For the present we are giving a special price on our fingej waves, . . , IIEOTOAR *1.00 FINGEtt WAVE,- >'OW 'REGULAR 75c FINGER AVAVE, XOW .. These prices take effect January- -I. Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe No. I OVEU BLOOM'S STORE I'HON'E C A L t A New Year! recently they lost all thejtp when an apgftpent howse |0 which they were living feurned to |he ground. Tbe 'Searlea lived in Algona seven years ago, going <rcp| ta MltcjheJ, Another chance to realize ambition 8! to achieve definite, prldeful objectives. Start early In the year? start out on the first day. Delay Is the subtle thief ol time and of happiness. Take time by the forelockj make 1888 the year you made your goal— or better yet, your FIRST goal. HERMIT FUNERAL HOME rior Service* 403E.M5GRI * -NEW YEAR'S .EYE— Thursday, December 81 ,'•'•• 7:15 and 9:15 shows The man who made Hell's Angels and Front| Page gave us BILLIE DOVE AWl CHAS. STARRETT . LOIS WLSON| In "AGE FOR LOVE" She was wedded to a husband but Avelded to bus-j iness. MIDNIGHT SHOW New Year's Eve, 11 il EDWARD EVERETT HORTON LAURA LA PLANTE PASTY RUTH In "LONESOME WIVES" Highly sophisticated comedy. It's a big laup| show.. Also ANDY CLYDE In "Taxi Troubles" ":..- .He drives a trick taxi and has much trouble 1 the mother-in-law and the police. NEW TEAR'S BAY—January 1 1 and 3 o'clock matinees, 10-30c. BIQ 4-WAY SHOW Ernst "Pascal's Novels "The Wedding Bed '•'".'.".. in pictures 1 CMVE BROOG, CHARLIE HUGGLES, ENNE OSBOHNE (ft DesMolius "-' DICKIE MOORE in "HUSBAND'S The intimate close-up of American family i a CASTRO'S CUBAN BAND—Big musical wt 8 Blng Crosby'* latest CROONER COMEDY. .A Second Chance. T ,,«rnnn •4. BEAUTY SACHETS FROM HOLLYWOOD Big technicolor subject showing all the " a • of making up blondes and brunettes. __ Saturday, January 2—1; 80, 8-30 matinees, MAUREEN 0»SULLIVAN BOSCOE ATES, OTIS HARLAN, ART HUB In «Tfee Big Shot" He bought a deserted auto, camp in the .with money borrowed from his prospective in-law—then the fun starts. ' :-- . It's a big fun» arid thrill show * rv - i anil Monday, January B|G SMASH HIT OF 1932! In «Under Ejgntoen" v . „ ' 80 WARNER BAXTER A 10-300

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