Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 5, 1933
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CO WILL frfct YOU A HAVCYOUA- SCUM vouoont sail IN TM€ CIAS ce O M 1QOK ot CLASSIFIED COLUMN* IT PAW K0880TH COONTT ADVANCE. AMONA. IOWA PCALS ">cnniiin IR bedfast' n. ' | ( ' nlK ' Mr. nnrt Mrs. August ITuon- iluilnor and n v * ' flom '" sl - week Wednesday . - ' J * H 1 I Ii'i.l,!,. .. n r . . » Mra. Frank Rchalltn wIt'll rheumatism. M. H. Falkcnliiilnor and ,. ,, Towno spent Friday at UPS Molnos'! • "' ri ' 1 " y ' IMl ' M ' Tvcrson's husband The E. W. Umbys spent Clirlsi-i W " mllro '' ul brakeman. mas with Mr. T.u'sby's (inughler, ! , >IrK ' Uobo '-t Hendrlckson ami her Mrs. Pierce Witmer, DOS Mnliu-s. •''""Killers Clara, Ituth, and Mrs Josephine Mullin, Omaha, ranie •''" h " Hc haotrcr, nil of Forest City tho clay before Chrl«tmn H to "visit "'"""' " hor sister, Mrs. W. T. D:ui K han . Dorothy llangnn. now 0 C Mlnno- ! tl ' 1 ' 1 » ch ool building. ,T. Petersons Monday, used to loach at the old Con- F ftpolte, hn« liocn visiting fit ... ,„. , --. Zondor'H since last wonk Monday. "" '• Ulc - f The U TI. Cra wfords, Minneapolis ' IK ' ( ' 'spent the holidays with tho F. L!:^IIO 1« a registered nur.sc. Millers and other local relatives. i "t'- 1 "*! Airs. Kenoflck made a Betty Burtia, Wetetor City, was n f ' nlls "» patients. Tweet has | since Jast Thursday, going "through Ho has boen troubled atl.sm for some time, Dr. John Koncflck took sick with flu Friday, and was ordered to over the wcck-eml by his wife, In his few uty, spent last week Tuesday at Fonda, In his official capacity. Dr. D. Nutting and Forrest Sclioc- TIio H. H. 55umachs, Whittemore, visitors last week were Algona Mr. W. E. two weeks with heart trouble, Was reported improving Monday. •Mrs. A. L. Long was troubled with sick In the county. who has , owns one meat stores Laughlln ("Bud") Quinn returned to Woodstock, Minn., last week door neighbors before the Auners moved to Des Molnes. Mrs. 'H. C. Barnes went home last week Wednesday, after having spent Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. George. El'bert. Another daughter, Bcrnrullno, who makes her homo with the Klberts, took her home, returning the next night. Bornadlno la a registered mirac. Dr. and Mrs. Halo Shirley returned Saturday to Iowa City, where Halo has accepted an interneshlp In tho children's psychopathic department of ; tho university hospital.. Ho NA/ARKJJK, A. \V. niul Hnzol Irwin, 1'nslors—-Now that the now year is getting going as fast as tho old one went, let us all n«k God to help us, and then do all we can to holp ourselves to keep all of those resolutions and make this the best year wo have ever known 'Bible school every Sunday at 9:<I5; morn- has for a year boen with a Lincoln, ! Ing worship at 1.1: theme, Tho Way Nob., clinic, but was given a year's leave of absence. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Skow, of Des MoiiK's, their daughter, and Mrs. Hkow's sister, Dorothy Turner, went homo last week Tuesday, after having spent Christmas with'tho women's mother, Mrs. Kate Turner. Dorothy is manager of a Des Molnas dross shop. Mrs. Cfi.tlierlrte Tiss, 8(1, who has for many years lived with hoi- da lighter, Mrs. I«aJ>el Moiggs, and tho I. M. Flnnels, has been critically sick during the last two or three weeks. Up to Monday she had for more than a week been unconscious practically all the time. Mary K'aln i« her nurse. •Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Newel, Fenton, spent part of last Thursday in Algona. Mr. Newel was for many --" ••-•• J.'vi i£, »»«» LI VJ UUmtl Wltll-ttr T —^.•Jv iiuv^ik, •-• • — • ~ •• x-i nit.,] .1.UJ. 1HU.I1 J rheumatism last week, and for a et ' ncs «ay, after Christmas with I years cashier of the Fenton State his mother, .Mrs. Mary Quinn, and! hank. Since then he has been sell- time was confined to bed. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh arc now living with the lattcr's mother, Mrs. Al Falkenhainer. his sisters. Ho is employed in aline life, fire, and other insurance, lumberyard. He reported Mike Weistorod, who is The Walter Zentnere became par- Kohl'haos Bros, gave a Christmas '< ents of a KM at their home Monday. "* -" ------ - - ' •treat of cigars and candy to the postofflce force. Roy (Berrle, Mason City, former Advance printer, spent Sunday and Monday here. Ella .Boettcher came home for the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Boettchor. She works in a beach hotel at Pasadena, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, of Whittemore, visited relatives and friends Here last Thursday. Mr. O'Brien runs an auto repair shop. The D. A. Links, >Swea City, spent last week Monday at the .T.' A, Freeh home. Mr. and Mrs. Link are parents of Mrs. D. J. Freeh. The Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. 'La, Barre, proprietor, remembered customers at Christmas' timo with small leather key-holders. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Furness and/ The newcomer weighed eight pounds and has been named Jacqueline Joan. She Is the fourth child, of the Zentners. John 'Flint, Spencer, and Mary Sauerwine, Ames, spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert. Mr. Flint runs a men's clothing store, and Mies .Sauerwine Is a teacher. Charles Hoffman has taken over the Shell oil station at the corner of McGregor and Phillips streets. He has been a popular clerk at Zender & Caldwell's eight years, and is well known. The Methodist Aid meets at the church this afternoon at 2:30. After a business meeting Mrs. Grosenbach's division will have charge of a "program, and will serve a 15e luncheon. •son Richard spent New Year's at Mrs. B. C. Dickinson returned last T no n-r»ma f\f i\T»«D iPn».*->jvr<«'rt An •> ™\» , tt-r i »«.««• week Wednesday from Fond du Lac, Wts., where she spent Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Whitney. Mrs. Dickinson has been retained as deputy county recorder by J. J. Dooley, the new recorder. (Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Agard returned Friday from Iowa City, where they spent the holidays with Mrs. Agard's parents. Mr. Agard, who writes insurance, formerly taught in the Lu Verne schools, but moved to Algona last summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Shirley returned to Lincoln, Neb., Tuesday, after having spent the holidays with the former's parents, County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley. John Is studying for a master's degree in English at the university of Nebraska. Mrs. Andrew Larson, who had been visiting her son Edwin at Ayrshire, was brought to the Koseuth hospital Tuesday, and is still there, for medical treatment. She Is the mother of T. L. Larson, of the Falk- enhainer-'Haggard offices. L. A. Winkel, retiring justice of the peace, was sick at home most of last week with the flu. On finishing the home of Mrs. Furness's daughter, Mrs. R. H. CJuderian. ' ••• Roselle Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Halpin, was seriously sick with the flu two weeks, but is now improving rapidly. The Bernard Tierneys, of Mason City, spent Christmas and the next day with Bernard's mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. P. J. Greiner, who conducts a farm implement shop at Corwith, came homo last week Wednesday, sick with tho flu. (Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Chicago, spent the Christmas weekend with the former's mother, Mrs, J. S. Troutman. Tho George Borens became parents of another daughter on Decem- 'ber.24, and the Walter Zentners on January 2. Mrs. Wm. C. Dau was seriously sick last week with the flu, but Is up now and regaining strength, though slowly. Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt, Lu Verne, were guests of the Gottlieb Gronbachs here last week Wednesday. W. J. Payne, northwest Iowa field U p his records for turning over to manager for the Register and thesis successor, Hiram B. White, he Tribune, and his daughter Alice I counted seven marriages performed drove to 'Des Moines yesterday .to i during his two-year term. Harriett Thurston, of Virginia, attend a field manager's convention. Mrs. (Bert Deal, who underwent a major operation at the Mayo hospital, Rochester, some weeks ago, came home with Mr. Deal two weeks ago today, and Is gaining rapidly. "^ Mrs. Laura Paine's sister, 'Mrs. W. T. Trainer, who had one leg amputated at Iowa City three weeks ago Saturday, Is still at the University hospital, In serious condition^ Mrs. Mary Rosensteil moved ;lnto the Mrs. L. E. Potter house on south Minnesota street December 23. The Kenneth Beeleys have light housekeeping rooms upstairs. 'Elsie Helmke, employed:' at the Rice apartments, returned : Friday Minn., was a guest from last Thursday till Sunday of the M. P. Hag- gards. She teaches at Woodbine, and John Haggard took her Sunday as far as Ames, whence she returned to Woodbine via train. Ernestine Chubb left for Freder- now 77, or thereabouts, in fairly good health. William Lamoreux, Stevensville, Mont., formerly Titonka, renews his subscription and writes: "The weather hor e now—December 22—Is good, after ten days of cold weather. It got as low as 30 below; but, . of course, as you have heard before, that doesn't mean anything in this dry valley." Agnes Rice, who teaches In a state teachers college at Normal, 111., spent the holidays with the P, P. Zerfasses, going back Friday. Janet Zerfass, attending the Frances Shl- mer school for girls at Mt. Carroll, 111., went back Tuesday, after three weeks at home. This is her first year there. The Floyd A. Newvilles attended the funeral of Floyd's sister's hus- "band, H. A. Jennings, Titonka, Sunday. Mr. Jennings was justice of the peace there. Following the funeral the Newvilles drove .to. Ames to take their eon Darold, junior at the state college, 'back to his studies in forestry. Walter >Fraser, swimming pool life guard in season, came home from Ames for Christmas with his parents, Doctor and Mrs. Fraser. He was graduated last spring, but is studying for a master's degree next summer, and meanwhile serves as Instructor in physics'at the state college. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Utt, Eden, Ida.., and their two sons spent the week-end with Mrs. Utt's aunt, Mrs. John Vaughan. They were en route to Monona for an extended visit with relatives. The Utts own a farm in Idaho and farmed there till recently. They have now rented the farm. Nancy Ruth Renaud, high school home economics teacher, could not return to resume teaching Monday, being sick at her home at Pella with the flu. She was expected yesterday. No one substituted for her, and there were no classes Monday in Carrie Durant's room. Miss t)u- rant was at home, helping care for her sister Antoinette, who was sick. Tyrrell Ingersoll, of Grimm, Elliott, Shuttleworth, & Ingersoll, leading Cedar Rapids law firm, drove home for Christmas with his parents, and William Quarton, of radio station KWCR, came With him. The head of Tyrrell's firm was elevated to the supreme court a year or two ago, but later resigned to return to the practice of law. Mrs. F. L. Trlbon, Who conducted That's Always Best. Evening service, 7:15; theme, Uttermost Salvation. X,et us all observe the week of prayer with much prayer In homes, and on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in public prayer meetings. CONGKEOATJO^n,, F. ,T. Cliirk, Vnsf.or—Go to church Sunday! 10 a. m., 'Sunday school; 11 a. m,, pastor's theme, Docs America Face a Revolution or a 'Revival? (Will America be ruled by the technocrats, tho democrats, the autocrats, tho plutocrats, or tho theocrats?) . . . '3:30, Junior choir and C. E.; 4:20, intermediate choir; 5:00, Senior C. E. TRINITY J3V. LUTHERAN, P. ,T. limner, 1'aslor—Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 10 a, m.; English service, 10:30. The annual business meeting of voting members will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho Add meets this afternoon with Mrs. John Selp. The Y. P. S. meets next Tuesday night at S. Confirmation instruction Saturdays at 10 a. m. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. SJoa traiKl, Pastor — The Confirmation class meets for instruction Saturday at 2 p. m. Sunday school and Luther League Bible class next Sunday, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11. The pastor extends to friends best wishes for a happy and prosperous new year. ick, Md., Friday night, after three j another special drygoods sale .in the weeks with her parents, Mr. and i former Weiss & Sorstedt quarters Mrs. C. T. Chubb. She was to visit friends at Madison, Wls., on the way. Miss Chubb is assistant H. D. A. in Frederick county. Clara Davidson returned to Mankato Monday,, after a. holiday visit since a week ago Saturday with her last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, reports a thriving trade, with returns highly satisfactory to both herself and the owner of the goods. She had a $4,000 stock, and It was not expected that all of it would be sold. was helping her husband get his car started, the crank flew back and split a bone., To add to family complications the two children were sick. Mr. Guderian Is a city mail carrier, and. his wife is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thaves, ILa- kota. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Carbon, Ind., spent several days last week at Past District Court Clerk Clark Orton's. Carbon, which Is in the heart of a glass manufacturing district, is prosperous, notwithstanding hard times elsewhere. The factories are working full time making bottles of all kinds in anticipation of the early return o£ beer. . The General hospital reports the following patients in the last two weeks: December 18, Mrs. A. W. I'Schwing, Peorla, 111., tonsillectomy; December 22, Donald Pech, Belmond : major operation; December 26, Mrs. D. D. Pax'son, medical treatment; and Ms. H. G. Cox, Manson, fractured right arm; January 3, Mrs. A. F. Zumach, Fenton, gallstones operation; January 4, Marjory Haupt- nmn, Wesley, tonsillectomy. The Algona public schools reopened Monday morning, with a comparative good attendance. "Before bhe holidays a good-sized number were absent with colds and the flu, and on that account the schools were closed Thursday, December 22, Instead of on the following Friday. To make up for the lost day, reopening was set for Monday, though most business houses were closed in observation of New Year's. Judge and Mrs. J. J. Clark, Mason City, were Christmas guests of their son, the Rev. F. J. Clark, and his family. Other guests were the pastor's brother, E. W. Clark, Des Moines, and his wife. E. W. Clark, former state senator frqm the Mason City district, is now state insurance commissioner. Judge Clark though 81, is still on the bench, having served 25 years, and for many years he has taught a Methodist "Sunday school class of some 50 men. Editor E. N. Clemans, Lakota, was looking afte a few Algona errands Saturday. Before he went to Lakota two or three years ago, he was for five years linotypist for Lee | O. Wolfe, of the Titonka Topic. Be- tor, since the Journal is situated where it circulates In adjoining quarters of Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, and South Dakota. It Is his job to look after the paper's correspondents in this territory and prepare their dispatches for publication. Though the Christmas mails wore comparatively light thin year, tho Alfrona pastor.fice force 'had all it could do in view of tho fact that employes wore off duty nursing flu lor other attacks. Harold Lampright, 'city carrier, was off all of December with stomach trouble, and John Whoolock, clerk, had to cover •his route. Two other carriers, Henry Guderian and Harry Spongborg, suffered flu attacks, and Guderian wa« still off duty Tuesday, AssiHtant Postmaster Glen Kaney was laid up a week with the same thing. Lizzie 10, Conner, who.su father, W. H. Conner, now deceased, wim once an Algona contractor nnd builder, writes from Whoaton, /!!., J to renew her subscription, ami .says: '"Mother i.s .still confined to bed,'as she has boon since two years ego last April. Sho is blind and deaf. I am well, >but cannot sec as well as I would like. Our radio Is our life, shut in as we are. Wo didn't like the election results at all." Tho Connors left A.lgona so many years ago that they are now remembered here only by oldtimers. Robert Harrington returned to Iowa City Monday to resume studies in the law college. William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahle, farmers south of libbarton, also a senior in the law school, went with him. •Mr. Hahle has been blind since he was 12, but he attended school at the state school for the blind at Vinton, then studied at Cedar Falls, and is now a senior who will be graduated from the law college in June. He Is well known In Iowa City as a piano tuner, where he cares for more than 20 university pianos, including those of the school of music. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer went to Waverly last night to attend the Dr. W. A. Rohlf 18th annual clinic. Doctor Rohlf has more than 60 medical friends come on his birthday at a clinic in surgery and medicine. The clinic lasts all day, and is followed in the evening by a banquet for more than 100 persons. Doctors from all over Iowa attend, and a number come from Chicago. Doctor Cretzmeyer has only missed three clinics, and the late Dr. M. J. Kene- f ick'is believed to have attended all till this year. Doctor Cretzmeyer is expected home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger arrived early in the week to make Alsona their home. They have rented the Mrs. Oliver Moe tenant house on east Oak, which was occupied by the Dr. H. L. McCorkles till recently. Paul takes A. A. Beguhn's place as representative of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. here, Mr. Beguhn having been transferred to Marshalltown. Mr. Beguhn is already at Marshalltown this week, and the family will follow February 1. The Beguhns are living in the Mrs. Myron Schenck house on east !Lucas. Paul is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Trauger, Ames, former Algonians. The McCorklee are with the Doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McCorkle, who live just east of town on the paving. For the last year panhandlers have invaded business houses in increasing numbers. Nearly all of them are men who apparently have never been other than wage earn- ers. Of another class was a man of 65 who entered the Advance office tho other morning. He was well dressed and wore a watch chain across his vest. He showed Ike Fln- nell a printer's make-up rule—used to separate lines of type—and said that was all ho had left out of a $10,000 newspaper plant in Montana. He still owns a section or two of wheat land there, but -doesn't get a cent from it. He had been out looking for a job in a printing shop, had failed to find one, and was begging money wherewith to pay his way back to North Dakota, where he has two sons. -4- from a visit since last week Tuesday'son, east of town. She has for five parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. David- Mrs. Ruth Jackson, mother of fore that he worked two years for with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helmke, Whittemore. The H. R, Rosewalls, Blue Earth, years boen office girl for the' Zeno Decorating company. 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Saundens Mrs. A. L. Long, also of Ruth jack Schaeffer, of the Balaton, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Couhsell, of I returned last week Monday from Fort Dodge, spent New Year's with 'sioux City, where they spent Christ- Mrs. Chas. Rosewall, H. 'R.'s .-.and Mrs. Counsell's mother. Opal Cronan returned" ; to"*Elmhurst,-111., Monday night, after two weeks with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. She teaches In th« Elmhurst schools. , Mrs. W. C. Dau, Mr. and Mrs. -Albert Hagg, Mrs. Anna Helmers, and Mrs. Max Bast, all of whom were sick with the flu during the holidays, have recovered. Fred Schallin, who works at the Wm. C. Dau garage, next south of the Advance shop, recently had hia tonsils removed at the Hampton Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman returned last week Wednesday from Echo. Minn., where they had spent a week with their daughter, Mrs. E. A. Paschke. W. J. Davieon, Burt, who was here last week Tuesday, reported his wife recovering from a sickness which for a time threatened a fatal result. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough's eon •John spent the Christmas holidays at home. .He is In the U. S. forestry service in 'national parks in the far west. Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton, entered the clinic at Rochester Monday for examination and possible treatment. Mr. Steven accompanied her. Eva Peterson, in the employ of a National bank receiver at Rockford, 111., was a Christmas guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peter- eon. Andrew Peterson was reported seriously sick over the week-end. More t'han a month ago he suffered an attack of the flu, which settled in his bronchial tubes, and he has so far been unable to shake it off. There has been no change in D. J. Mitchell's condition. Since the re- mas with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. (Fautz. Mr. Saunders is in the employ of the Kennedy & Parsons creamery supply company here. Edna and Jos. Jordan, (Burt, attending the Hamilton business college, Mason City, spent the Christmas vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan. Joe Is employed at the Soda Grill between school hours. Thelma Horigan and Ruth Stokes, Minneapolis, returned to their work last Thursday, after visits since Christmas with their parents. Thelma Is still secretary at the Blake school for boys, and Ruth is in an office. Mrs. Paul 'A. Danson and her 17- months son Robert Louis went to White Bear Lake, Minn., Friday for two weeks with the former's parents. White Bear Lake is only a short distance northeast of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey, former Algonians who now live at Newell, have a new son, James Donald, born December 22. There are two other children, Jeanne Ann and Dick. Mr. Runchey runs a grocery store. High school students will be .busy next week with the annual mid-year semester examinations. The semester ends next week Friday, and second semester classes begin Monday morning, January 16. Most high school activities are being delayed till after the examinations are over. June Adele Overmyer returned to Oskaloosa Sunday, after having- spent the holidays with her parents, Supt. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. She teaches French and English in the Oskaloosa high school. Her par- Jackson, primary teacher in the Third ward school, left last week Tuesday night for Baltimore, Md., where she will visit till spring with a son, J. T. Jackson. iShe had been with the Longs since Thanksgiving, when she closed her home at New Hampton for the winter. The Jackson family used to farm near Britt. Mrs. Horace Webster was operated on at the Kossuth hospital Friday for gall-bladder trouble. Roy Burkett, Algona, underwent an appendicitis operation last week Wednesday, and Eva Audrey Benton, Wesley, a similar operation December 27. Mrs. .Horace Clapsaddle had a mastold operation Monday, and Mrs. R. Krominga, Titonka, a major operation Tuesday. Mary Kelly, Emmetsburgr, went home Tuesday, after several days with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. Other week-end guests of the Sullivans were Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Whitehead, Perry. Mrs. Whitehead Is the former Shirley Hildahl, who has visited the Sullivans at varigus times. She was married December 28, and Mr. Whitehead is editor of a Perry newspaper. The Eagle Grove Eagle of December 22 said: "The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, was a visitor at this office Tuesday. He was holding 1 services and .' conferences at Gpldfleld, and came to Eagle Grove for a <few minutes with as many of his multitude of friends as he could see. With Mrs. Muhleman he was entertained at dinner at the J. D. McComber farm." Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sorensen, Walnut, baby son Robert, and Mrs. Sorensen's aunt, Mrs. Anna Kenzler, went home last week Tuesday, after laving spent Christmas with the] Wm. C. Daus. Mrs. Sorensen, the former Alma Schroeder, who was employed by the Elk Cleaners for a number of years, is Mrs. Dau's eis- ents took her to Mason City, and ter, and Mr. Sorensen is employed in thence she went on by train. The Britt News-Tribune notes that Priscilla Southgate, teacher at cent stroke which paralyzed his left j Eveleth, in the northern Minnesota side he has had to keep to his bed. iron mining district, spent the His heart action also is affected. | Christmas vacation with her par- Mr. Mite-hell is 70 years old. ents, the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. BJM.Evoy.Venv district court! Southgate. The T. T. Htoteta wore clerk, hia wife, son Maurice, Wade Hansen, Thos. Bestenlehner, and Leonard Voight spent Sunday even- Ing at JSmnietsburg, attending e- K. New year's open house, T&rs. Ira Jvereon, CUntpn, and her children vfeited the former's par- there last week Monday. Josei/hine, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. J. S. Auner, Des Moines, spent last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with Maxlne, daughter oJ Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Caldwell, The and the Aunere were a lumberyard. Supt. and Mra. Clyde Hoorneman and the latter's sister, Elsie Speoht, all ot Springville, went home Monday, after having spent the holidays with Mayor and Mrs. C. P. Specht, parents of Mrs. Hoornenmn and Elsie. The Hoorneinans spent port of their vacation with Mr. Hoorneman's parents at Le Mars. Elsie teaches in the Springville schools. Mrs, Henry Guderian has been parrying wrist }n a sling since iOecenjber 18, when, as _she Minn., Press-Tribune. Mr. Schaeffer, who started the Burt Monitor, has been an invalid during- the last five years, and hie wife and a eon are getting out the paper. The W. K. Schobys, Mason City, came for Christmas with Mrs. Scho- by'e mother, Mre. R. E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. 'Schoby went Ibapk Christmas evening. A daughter went home last week Tuesday evening with Mason City friends who attended a creamery meeting at C, R. Schoby's. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Clark took Elizabeth, the other daughter, to Mason City Friday. Elizabeth was a part time guest of the Roy Keene while she was here. Glen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reece, near Elmore, who was operated on for appendicitis December 15 at the Kossuth hospital, was taken home the day before Christmas. While he was here his mother stayed with her mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett, Algona. His sister Gladys, registered nurse at the Methodist hospital, 'Des Moines, drove up to see him before he was taken home, and a brother, Fred, accompanied her. Matt Holtzbauer, who was in falling health all fall, has of late ,-been In seious condition, unonscious or out of his head much of the time. Since mid-December he has been abed. He is 83 and his system appears to be breaking down. As courthouse janitor for a generation, he was known far and wide. During the last few years he has been "janitor emeritus," ranking officially as courthouse custodian but without heavy duties. His father, who in the last years lived with him, died at 99. Mrs. Geo. G. Cole, of Cooper, her daughters Georgia and Elinor, and Helen Maddock were here last week Wednesday and Thursday,, guests of Mrs. Cole's mother, Mrs. Jennie M. Dewel, and sister, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, Miss Maddock is dean of the Starrett School for Girls, Chicago, and teaches English; and Georgia is assistant dean and teaches history. The school offers high school and junior college courses. Georgia is an Algona high schopl and Rockford college graduate, (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock were Sunday till Tuesday afternoon guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. H. Stock. For some years Kenneth has been in the employ of the Sioux City Journal, and recently he was promoted to state editor. In fact &e Is a. 4-state ecli^ FORMER ST, JOE WGMANJS DEAD St. Joe, Jan, 3—Tho Adam Heider- scheldts received word December 19 of the death of the daughter, Mrs. Susan Agnes, the day before at Chicago, where sho had been employed .since the death of her husband. She had planned to come here for Christmas, and had quit work December 34, planning to stay hero if she could find work. Shortly afterwards she fell sick with pneumonia and died. She was only 29. •Mrs. Agnes was born June 16, 1903, one of eight children. In >Sep- 'tember, 1922, she was married to Joseph Agnes, Chicago, and one daughter was born, now six years old, named Marcella. In 1927, Mr. Agnes was killed In an automobile accident east of Dubuque. The parents survive; also four sisters and three brothers: Mrs. •Nick Klein, St. Joe; Mrs. August Thilges, West Bend; John P. Hel- derscheidt, Irvington; Mike, of Bancroft; (Frank, of West Bend; Mrs. John P. Mertz, Algona; and Helen, at home. •Funeral services were held at St. Joseph's Catholic church here on Thursday, December 22, the Rev. iFather George Theobold officiating-. Pall bearers were Herman, Julius, Joseph, > a'nd pWer • Becker, ! Joe. Kenne, and Tony Thilges. The 'little daughter will be brought here soon to live with her grandparents. At present she is with her uncle, John 'Agnes, Chicago. ACADEMY QUINT PLAYS FORT DODGE TOMORROW St. Cecelia's academy basketball team will open Its season tomorrow, evening' against Corpus ChrlstI academy at Fort Dodge. The- local team has had four weeks of practice, and with many valuable- tneni left from last year's team la doped to make a good record. Next. Tuesday tho academy will play Emmetsburg, there, and Algon- Inns will play their first game on tho home floor when Bmmetsburg* comes here for a return, game next week Friday. Other games scheduled for thla month are: January 1-7, Bancroft, there; January 20, Wesley high school, there; January 22, St. Joseph's, Mason'City, there; January; 27, Whittemore academy, there; : Sacred Heart, Fort Dodge. Though there is but one game lit January on tho local floor, there will bo seven hero In February. I WANT ADS 1 * 4 THE INDEPENDENT PORTAETjEI Millers want to do your feed grinding on your farm. Cow feed, 1 3G-ln. load, $2.00. Each additional load $1.00.—;Robert Dreyer, phone 35-15, (Lone Rock; Ralph RledeJ, phone 48, Lone Rook; Carl Krug-, phone 47, Algona. 39pl8 Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. |IIIOIIII!!III!!!!II!IIIIIIIII!!M (Look! Save!) I This Is Your January Calendar | ~ Alg i Call Theatre , la. New Year's Eve Show, 11:15 P. M. LORETTA YOUNG and GEORGE BRENT "They Call It Sin" Sunday, January 1 WM. HAINES, MADGE EVANS, CONRAD NAftEL ''Fast Life" Monday and Tuesday, January 2-8 LESLIE HOWARD and ANN HARDING "Animal Kingdom" Wednesday, January 4 WM. COLLIEBrjE/and"jOAN"MA118H~' "Speed Demon" Thursday and Friday, January 5-6 BAMON NAVAB-B.O and HELEN HAYES "Son-Daughter" Saturday, January 7 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JR. "Scarlet Dawn" Sunday and Monday, January 8-9 BAJIBARA STANWYK and NILS ASTHER "The Bitter Tea of Gen. Yen" Tuesday and Wednesday, January 10-11 Thursday and Friday, January 12-13 PAUL MUJfl Jn "I'm a Fugitive from a Chain Gang" WHEELER and WOOLSEY "Hold'Em Jail" Saturday, January 14 ADOLPH UENJOU and MINA MKTHOT "Night Club Lady" Sunday and Monday, January 15-16 LEE TRACY and LUPE VELEZ 'Half Naked Truth" Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17-18 EDWARD G. ROBINSON "Silver Dollar" Thursday and Friday, January 19-20 JOHN BARRYMORE "Bill of Divorcement" Saturday, January 21 MITZI GREEN and BUSTER PHILLIPS "Little Orphan Annie" Sunday and Monday, January 22-23 SYLVIA SIDNEY and CARY GRANT "Madame Butterfly" Tuesday and Wednesday, January 24-25 WARREN WILLIAM and LILI DAHITA "MatchKing" Thursday and Friday, January 26-27 EVELYN KNAPP, JAMES MUHRA Y, THELMA XODD "AirHofte**" Saturday, January 28 GEORGE RAFT and NANCY CARROLL "Under Cover Man" Sunday and Monday, January 29-30 ANN HARDING and RICHARD DIX "The Conquerors" Tuesday and Wednesday, January 31 and February I JOAN BLQNDELL and WALLA,C|! FQRJ) IrHllilllllillllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllilliilllllllllllllllllllllll! w

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