Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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.tANtAftt 19. 1988. ifiAMAM WBffl VES RSIN SPENCER COURT age Weep* as He Sentences Youth to Prison. iflt week's Spencer papers re- ied at length; a dramatic court m l til* . »*---o , Incident paralleling that which Curred "ere a.do-en or so years L when Judge-D/F. Coyie wna Income ae He .gave the late L. T. lenjamln a' Ufa > penitentiary. aen for the .murder of Mrs. Ben- fence kmln. [ T he trial of a 20-year-old farm | A1IW " jouth named Floyd Clauesen for ae- LuT and battery with a deadly had Just? Ibeen concluded on Mition jijiu, juo*f- 'M**v»» *.—..—-— nlea of'jrullty.'The evidence show- i that the boy f with intent to rob, lid struck one;A. R. .Wilbur, oll Itation employe, omthe head with a land ax, severely wounding him. attack took, place last March. Mother Becomes Hysterical. He youth's parents, Mr, and Mrs. - claussen, were.ln court. The se had Introduced the testi- lony of many witnesses In an effort free the boy or obtain a light •ntenoe. The testimony was based largely on alleged temporary Insan- ty. Judge Geo. A. Heald, of Spencer was on the bench. F : The hearing had been emotional tnd tense. The boy's mother had Cerbally attacked the county attor- Ly us he presented the case for the Late. When the words of the Judge Showed that notwithstanding the defense testimony he must do his luty, Mrs. Classen became hysterical and because of her cries her fiudband had to lead her from the lourtroom. Jndpe Breaks Down. I Judge Heald, deeply moved,, broke Vlown three times before he ';,' pro- [nounced sentence. The Spencer Reporter said: • t ."Amidst the frantic, t heart-rend-: Ing pleadings and cries of a mother feor Wy toy, my boy!' Judge Geo. [A. Heald, with tears streaming down (his angulshe-torn countenance, late Monday pronounced sentence of five Jyears In the state reformatory at •Anamosa upon Floyd .Clausen, 20- Tyear-old farmer youth, following one jot. .theimoet..dramatic, and. tense [hearings ever witnessed in the local jdistrict court. • ••• • j "Judge'Heald,. In pronminclng'scn- Itence, broke down and'was forced to •halt three* times before he was able •to gain control of 'hie emotions and [proceed with the sentence. The wther was taken from the court- jom when her uncontrolled sobs _.jecame so violent that speech could •not be heard. Her cries rang through |the building. Bows Head and Weeps. "Judge Heald .complimented the itense and stated that if he could [follow the dictates of his heart he Jwould turn 'this boy loose.' Then he [lost control of himself, bowing his lead and quietly crying,' Proceeding vith his sentence the judge stated: "'It Is a responsibility : Ir cannot •avoid. This deed was not like a ITj^common holdup. 'Ther'fe was no op- lortunity for .the victim,"to" defend ilmself, no opportunity td'turn over ^LOCALS KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. tOWA The St. Thomas CJuim mool.s today with Mrs. J, o.*F. Price. Anton Anderson has been confined to his homo since Saturday with the flu. Mm. Frank iSchallln, who has •been seriously in, ls now on the way to recovery. The Oscar with, visited at homo Sunday. ' ' Kohlwcs family, Cor- tljo Louis returned Monday - --- ...^u iyn/inirtv from Chicago, where he had spent several days on business. W. J. Thompson, who has been hero since shortly before election plans to return soon to LOB Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Dye, Minneapolis, camo Saturday for a few days .with the former's sister, Mrs Edvtho Dalley. The Naomi Circle meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Anton Anderson; Mrs. Norine Simmons, assisting hostess. The Rev. W. G. Muhleman attended a^suib-dlstrict Epworth League last Thursday caused a 24-hour lay-up. Mr. and Mrs. R H. Kllsart, West Wend, accompanied by John Cun- nlriKham, were Algona visitors Frl- 'l.'iy. Mr. Kllaart Is cashier of the Iowa state bank, West Bend, which hn« the samo name as Algona's meeting at Woden evening. his money. The Baptist M.teslon Circle meets this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. "j. B. -Wheelock; Mrs. Hugh Pierce, lesson leader. Elnora Jacobnon spsnt last weekend with relatives at Brltt and Forest City. She le employed at Anton Dldrlkeen's. Rush Smith, Spencer, spent Monday with the George Elberts. Till recently he was .in the automobile business at Spencer. Mrs. E. A. Sehemel entertained her bridge club Monday •.afternoon. Mrs. R. J. Keen won the high score. Mrs. Eleanor Norton-Wanser wa s a guest. Mrs. James Klllion and her daughter Leone arrived from Sioux City a week.ago Sunday to help care for the former's mother, Mrs. Ernest Neuman. .Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer attended the inaugural of Governor Herring. C. B. Murtagh had expected to attend, but was kept at home by a cold. The Eastern Stars will give an afternoon benefit party next 'week Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Masonic temple.. Bridge and annagrams wlll.be played. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clement spent Sunday at Rockwell City, guests of the; latter's uncle, Fred Heath. Mr. Clement Is a barber under the^Algona hotel. , •'* Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. McMahon, arid (Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel at dinner Saturday night. The Rev. A. English and his daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, attended a monthly meeting of the Presbyterian ministers of the county at La- tota last week Tuesday. The Lakota 'Record says the M. J. Boboe will move to a farm .near Emmetstmrg March 1. Mr. Bobo was once buttermaker for a Plum Creek creamery no longer existent. The Topic notes that E. T. VaYi Ness "was at . Titonka ' last , week Tuesday night, attending a ;jneetlng of the Titonka Savings foa'nlc* board Saturday, after five her parents, Dr. and bank. This bank was new six years "Ko, and like the Iowa State here has had the most prudent management, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal went to Charles City Sunday, and on Monday, with Mr. and Mm. J. E. Llv- Inewton, of that town, went to Davenport to attend the annual meeting of Iowa Master Painters and Decorators association Tuesday, yesterday, and today. Mr. Deal, who is a past president, is a member of the executive board. \ Mrs. H. T. Miller, Oklahoma City, went home ~ weeks with , Mrs. P. V. .Tanse. Mrs. Janse and Mrs. A. J. Eason, Lu Verne, took her to DCS Molnes. Peter Chubb accompanied the party as far as Ames for a few hours with friends returning with Mrs. Janse. A. L. Long and hf e children, Arbe Dee and Jack, spent Sunday at Nevada with Mrs. Long, who Is a patient at the sanitarium there. Doris, who is a Grlnnell college student, was there also. Mrs, Long, who has been a patient there since a week ago Sunday, U) suffering from rheumatism. She is expected home sometime next week. At a recent annual business meet- Ing of the local Trinity Evangelical Lutheran congregation, Messrs. Herman H. Boettcher and William Dau were elected members of the board of elders. Installation took place at a special service Sunday at *»AOB Showers Honor ARHCS Itrown— Mrs. Ralph Brown and .Mrs Wayne Keith entertained at dinner Monday night In honor of Agnes Brown, whoso marriage yesterday to John Dreesman January 18 Is an- , i,. , nouncod. A three cours/dlnner WM Artl cVhT' served at G:3n at n fnihi» „„„*„.„,, Artie Giaham > served at G:3o at a table _,=„„,„;„ with a bouquet of sweet peas. Other decorations were in pink and orchid. After dinner bridge was played, Madonna Qulnn winning the 'high score, Lucille Black the consolation prize. Other guests wore Mrs Thoo. Zittritsch, Sarah Doran, Loretta Howie, Virginia Good, Josephine Chubb, Leona Llchter, Mildred Sunding, Alberta Grosenbach, Helen Becker, and Margaret Brown. A basket trimmed In pink and white and containing useful kitchen uren- sils was presented to the honoree. Mrs. Keith and Mrs. John Brown entertained for the same honoree last Thursday at a miscellaneous shower, and 45 guests attended. After the honoree had unwrapped her gifts a two-course lunch was served. The day was the honoree's birthday anniversary. «. W. A. Officers The Royal Neighbors Installed officers last Thursday night. Mrs. Mae Anderson was the Installing officer; Zelba Brown, ceremonial marshal. The following elective and appointive officers were installed: Oracle, Mary Guderian; past oracle, Mae Anderson; vice oracle, Selma God- •fredson; chancellor, Myra Ostrum; recorder, Mary .Laing; receiver, Nellie Van Allan; manager, Katie Coleman; Inner sentinel, Mabel .Rentz; outer sentinel, Agnes Brown; marshal, Bernice Lynk; assistant, Amy Geering; drill captain, Ethel Storm; musician, Grace Phillips; Faith, Ber- nadlne Allan; Courage, Hazel Vera; the church, with the pastor, the)Modesty, EUzabeth Crawford; Un- Rev. P. J. Braner, officiating. A selfishness. Ann Zittritsch; Endur- largo crowd attended the services. Billy, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Plenry Guderian, has been seriously sick with pneumonia during the last week. Leona Clark, R. N., is caring for him. He was ' two Sunday. The Guderians have oho other child, a girl, in school. Leona, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark, was graduated from St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, last fall. A note from Chas. B. Carlon, Willow Grove, Pa. .brother of Mrs. D. P. Smith; says that In .the. east, as here, this winter has thus far been mild. But colds and the grip have been prevalent. His wife has been abed since (New Year's with a variety of the flu which developed Into septic poisoning. Mr. Carlon still represents Ally'n and Bacon, New York publishers of school boks. ance, Zelba Brown; flag bearer, L,u Ella Bruns. Mrs. Anderson, re- ;tlring oracle, had filled that office ,ten years. Mrs. Lalng has been,.rec- 'order 19 years. After the .business meeting lunch was served to 50 members. Virginia Sherwood to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sherwood, Parkersburg, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Helen Virginia to Colonel Robert Eads Fennell, Cyn- thlana, Ky., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. F. Fennell, Covlngton, Ky. Mies Sherwood 'was graduated from the Parkersburg high school, after which she entered the Gates business college, Waterloo, where she remained till she accepted call to Washington, D. C., for service In the Veterans' Bureau. From this bureau she was promoted to the department of the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and lnterior - wher «» she Is still employ- their son Lyle spent Saturday and , ' She hae been in Washington Sunday at Sioux City, where thev fo " r , y€ars thls mont h- Colonel Fennell is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, and Is employed In the House of Representatives and the Capitol at Washington. P. E. O.'s Visit Fort Dodge— Sixteen members of the local P. B. O. sisterhood drove to Fort Dodge yesterday to attend an Invitation, meeting of the Fort Dodge chapter. Sunday at Sioux City, where they visited at the R. F. Belts and Andrew Esse homes. They also visited Mrs. Ross Fries, formerly Mayme Betts, who Is at the St. Vincent hospital, where she recently underwent an operation. Mrs. Fries is recovering 1 and expected to go to the R. F. Betts home sometime this week. Dr. R. C. Coleman, of- Esthervllle, classmate at Iowa City of Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Burt, committed suicide P. Klahr was installing officer. Mr. Palmer has been secretary 37 years. California Onost. Is Honored— •Mrs. W. E. McDonald entertained the Idle Hour bridge club Saturday night In honor of her sister, Dr. Artie Graham, San Francisco. Mrs. Qeo. H. Free and Mrs. M. J. McCall won the high scores, and Mrs. Norine Simmons won a travel prize. After bridge lunch was served. Guests of the club were Mrs. 'Simmons, Mrs. Sherwood McDonald, and Mrs, W. D. Howie. Girl Plays .Saxophone Solos— 'Saxophone solos were played at the Kiwanis club meeting last Thursday by Betty, 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mer- rltt, who was accompanied at the piano by Mary Elizabeth Foster. The girls were brought to the meet- Ing by D e Wayne R. Collins, school music supervisor, who trained them. Bridge Benefit Is Given— A Legion-Auxiliary bridge benefit took place at the Legion hall Monday evening. Bridge was played at 15 tables, Mrs. Floyd E. Saunders and Jos. Bloom winning the high scores. Presbyterians Hear Weaver— The Presbyterian men's club met Tuesday night at G. D. Shumway's, and M. P. Weaver repeated the talk on mortgage foreclosures which he gave before the Rotary club Monday. Other Society. The Congregational Missionary society meets today with Mrs. J. T. Chrlschllles; Mrs. Shackelford and Mrs. E. W. Lustay, assisting hostesses. Members are to take thimbles. The society will finish tying a comforter which Is to be Included In a barrel of goods to be shipped for missionary use. The W. R. C. club meets with Mrs. C. H. Taylor next Wednesday to discuss plans for the annual' bean supper Saturday, •February 18. Assisting. .hostesses at Mrs. Taylprhs wlll-be-Hllma Ostrum, Emma'Nau- dairi, Emma Spear, and Ruth Cook. Mrs. Stuart Hazeltlne, Madera, Calif., entertained 12 friends at bridge Friday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. The high score was won by Mrs. (Ray McCorkle, and Bernadine Barnes won a travel prize. GASES FOR TRIAL Old cases noticed for trial at the term of court commencing Monday are: IJA.W Jacob Teuscher vs. Samuel Zentner, note. Receiver County Savings bank vs. Yanser et al, landlord's attachment. John Hoeck VB. S. W. Nelson, note. Dpdflon Keher Co. vs Andrew El- Ibert, note. M. D. Chandler et al ve. P. H. Shackelford, assessment. Charles Beaman va. F. A. Niver, agreement. „ _ ,. ^^ vu£3b . ^iittj^tci . , ti^ic^WICIH., vRepresentatives of other nearby j John Deere Plow Co. vs J F chapters attended. The meeting was Fisher, contract. opened with a luncheon at the Wah- January 7 by shooting himself in the kpnsa hotel. Mrs. Laura Knapp', of tachment. rhea'd. The act took place in the . ••;••'•**. j,, a °t tne TitonKa savings oanK. ooaro. Jlotlm) .had died - of dlrectorSi of which he is a mem- M havo Vu>an> mill. . ' [the defendant would have been 1 gull- h ' ty of murder In the first degree. It i |ls no fault of his that Mr. Wilbur lid not die. It is a miracle that Mr. Vilbur was not killed. Tears Stream Down Face: "It is a hard thing for the court, land my heart goes out to the moth- |«r and father.' Here Judge Heald [again was forced to halt while he ^egalned control and completed his jemarks with the tears streaming 'own his face, saying 'I sentence •you to five years in the men's re- |iermatory at Anamosa.'" •The Spencer News-Herald eaid *at Just before Judge Heald pro- [noi<nced sentence he faltered again, Wed his head on his arms on the before him, and wept aloud. It then that Mr«. Clausen had to i taken from the room. WED BUFFALO CENTER BANK TO BET WAIVERS I Both banks at Buffalo. Center doe •M week ago Friday. 'TJiey'haa for operate ^ on a . '-waiver a Natlona l b ank, and . j "111 attempt to iPlan wh.,h i nvo i ve8 - under ' ! , P e «" the tank to surrender Its char, h r r P ° n triwtee s would take • I 0 "" 8 and ^minister the the be « 6 "t of creditors e coukl ftvo , d & r an* )t ° ther bank is a l wm P a " to reopen cent for a term of •••i——^^^^^^ |^;MUHIEMAH PREACHES H WESLEY M, |, CHURCH Wesley - *^~"n-Ptot.' supt. the Methodist' pul- o , that lstlans epe11 the > Rev ^*««5r Mesdames Philip Hemphill and M. A. and F. E. Bartholomew spent last week at Minneapolis, guests of the L. H. Crawfords, Mrs. Alice Miller, 'her daughters Gladys and June, and Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe, their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Helmuth Erlckaon, and her daughters Mabel and Margaret spent Sunday with t'he R. G. Richardeons. Doctor Howe is an uncle of Mrs. Richardson. The IRev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulee, Dlst. Bupt. and Mrs. W. H. Muhleman, and .the letter's sieter, Mrs. Alice Vennlnk, were at Titonka Tuesday, attending an Algona sub- dtetrlct meeting of Methodist ministers. W. iScott Hanna, !Lu Verne, who IB troubled .with hardening of the arteries, and, high blood pressure, . te now* &• patient at the University hospital at Iowa City. He' hae ft'' married sister, Mrs. Ingalls Swlsher, living at Iowa City. Mrs. Jos, Bloom returned from St. Paul Saturday, after three weeks with ' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Melamed. She came home with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer and Mre. Eugene Murtagh, who spent Friday and Saturday at- -the Tw4n Cltlee. A. J. Shea, Dubuque, died at a New Hampton hospital Monday from injuries suffered in an automobile accident while he was en' roiite to Lawler for a vsilt. He was a retired Milwaukee railway postal clerk, and before retirement five years ago his run was from Dubuque to Algona. The Howard Schores have left Eagle ; Grove for Humboldt, where Mr. Schore has charge of an oil station. Till he finds a house for rent there, Mrs. Schore'and the daughter are with Mrs". Schore'e parents, , Mr. W. E. (Ley vs. Richard.Price, 1 . at- Amcs, state -president, spokei At- j Frank Lang vs. Peter Kollasch, basement of a hospital he conducted, I tending from Algona were Mesdames damages. -fllid his object .was to let his estate W.- B. Quarton, J. A. Harig, C. T. Realize on life Insurance, for the pay- Chubb. iLura Sanders, S. E. McMa- 'hient of debts and support of his n °n. T. H, and J. T. Chrischilles, family. This he said in notes he left. c - H - Cretzmeyer, F. J. Clark, E. J. Doctor Clapsaddle was one of the Murtagh, G. W. Stillman, Merle honorary pallbearers at the funeral Griggs, and (Misses Kathryn Mle- last week Monday. The Rev. M. A. Sjoetrand and Paul Pandon, cousin of Mrs. George lllJii C Spongberg, departed early in the' meyer bach, Margaret Blossom] M. J. Coate, and Ella Thompson. Mrs. Clark will sing a vocal selection accompanied by Mrs. Cretz- week by car for Raolne, Wis., and thence the pastor went on to Erie, Pa., by traJn. Mr. Sjostrand will not return till next week-end, but hie father, who is treasurer of a Lutheran college at St. Peter,'Minn., will First Parish Party Given— The first of a series of St. Cecelia parish parties was given at the academy Monday night, and bridge and 500 were played. The high and Florence Hllbert. refreshments were ,_,_-, , , j ., _, _ j-riM ^ w«, a. lie II Jg II fill his pulpits next Sunday. It is bridge scores were won by Mabel understood that Mr. Sjostrand finds; Olson and Eugene Nurre, and the relief at Erie from an interesting high 500 prizes by Rodney Gilbride affection of the heart. and .Florence Hllbert. After bridge R. S. Sherwood, Parkemburg, drove to Algona Tuesday, He still owns an interest in the Lu Verne News. Recently he sold his Parkersburg paper;' He was somewhat run down in health''before that, but is now picking up rapidly. The approaching marriage of his daughter Qna Virginia is announced in the society i d column. His son Hollynd, who is y _____ married lives at Webster City, where w . H. C. Officers are Installed— ,_ _ —It n J.n*.!Am I^Vi^i alrlfiw I _ . _ •••= »*_•*>_» Robert Curtis vs. Robert Womack, alienation. J. M. Gannon vs. Charles Beaman et al, note. •Burt Savings bank vs. Ellis Mo- Whorter, note. ._ F. S. -Norton & Son Vs. H. B. Seely et al, account. F. S. Norton & Son vs. Agnes Seely, account. R. Hanna vs. State Highway Commission, condemnation. Travelers Ins. Co. vs. Harma Dolley et al, foreclosure. Dora B. Ranger vs. S. H. McNutt, damages. EQUITY Anthony Schmidtt vs. F. J. Balgeman et al, mandamus. E. H. Kahl vs. F. J. (Balgeman et al, mandamus. J. A. Wltte vs. Ben Studer, note. Met, Life Ins. Co. vs. Bert Larson, foreclosure. F. S. Norton & Son vs. W. A. VI- gars et nl, mechanic's Hen. A. Ward . Austin vs. Miranda Wheeler et al, to quiet title. John J3. Gallagher, Roc., VB. Andrew Larson et al, foreclosure. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. Florence Chnse. foreclosure. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs J. J. Cosgrove, foreclosure. Frank B. Kuhn vs. William Kuhn, accounting. Met. Life Tna. Co. vs. W. W. Eherl, foreclosure. Fed. [Land Bank vs. Andrew Peterson, foreclosure. Jennie Vanderllnden VB. Theo. Goeders, slander. Thompson Yards vs. Roy C. Mueller et al, mechanic's Hen. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. Dorweller, foreclosure. August Studer vs. Frank Studer, lease. G. S. Buchanan, Rec., vs. I. J. Huber et al, foreclosure. Met/ltlfe Ins. Co. vs. Henry Bohrofen et al, foreclosure. Freda Steussy ve. Henry Steussy, divorce. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. N. E. Sheridan, foreclosure. Paul Relmer vs. Olaf Funnemark, contract. Fred Doty vs. Jennie Riley, note. Gallagher, Rec., vs M. H. McEnroe, foreclosure. Gallagher, Tlec., vs. Albert (L. Anderson, foreclosure. Ernest Gabe vs. Thomas Crahan, injunction. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. Horace Sunding et al, foreclosure. Iowa State Bank vs. Claude Seely, foreclosure. Chris Albertson ve. Mabel Burley et al, foreclosure. Met. Life 'Ins. Co. vs. A. G. Jensen, foreclosure. Met. Life 'Ins. Co. vs. W. C. Nelson, forecloeure. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. Elizabeth Ma tern et al, forecloeure. Met. Life Ins Co. vs. Geo. Gink et al, forecloeure. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. David Kroff, foreclosure. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. J. H. Schroeder et al,-foreclosure. Met.--Ijlfe-lTis. Co;-vs.-Henry Beenken et al, foreclosure. Met: Life ..Ins. Co. vs. W. F. Mueller; foreclosure. iMet. Life Ins. Co. vs. Walter G. Smith et al, foreclosure. Met. Life Ins. Co. ve. J. G. Wirtjes, foreclosure. Met. (Life Ins. Co. vs. Fred Moser et al, foreclosure. Welter, Robt., Gdn., vs. O. H. Taylor, attachment. Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank vs. Jewell M. Patterson et al, foreclosure.- C. S. JOHNSON Friday and Saturday Only 4 pounds large prunes 40 cents __ 1 pound FREE 4 pounds evap. peaches 44 cents, ll pound FREE 2 cans tomatoes 22 cents ] can FREE 2 sacks table salt 15c__l pkg. jelly powder FREE 2 cans tomato soup 15c l can FREE 2 cans saniflush 45 cents 1 BRUSH FREE 1 No. 10 can black raspberries 59 cents— 1 can Nile peaches FREE 2 cans golden corn 20 cents 1 can FREE Evap. apricots 2 Ibs. 38c 1 pound FREE Top Prices Paid for Eggs Good parking Place for cars White's GROCERY Week-End Specials Crackers— •• Small Soda, 2 Ibs. 19c Raisins— Seedless, •4-lbs. 25c Cheese— Longhorn Cream, 2 Ibs. __ Lard— Pure, 2 Ibs. _ 19c Soap, Big Laundry, 10 bars » 19c l ' Grapefruit, Texas • Seedless, 3 per dozen i 35c FKEE, FREE—One pound of Algona butter with $9 purchase other than sugar and flour. for dancnfg. The committee in charge follows: AHc§ Behlmer, Dorothy McNeil, Stella Mae Breen, Agnes Illg, Mary.Thllges, Thos. Frankl, El• don *"•--"-' ~ .,___...••••.• ard The sec next Mon he runs an oil station. The elder Mrs. Sherwood, was a member of the pioneer Davison family at Burt, where Mr. Sherwood formerly published the-Monltor. One Gus Running, who had for four months published a "Dally Reminder" at Blue Earth, ceased publication two weeks ago and left James C. Taylor chapter 208 of the Woman's Relief Corps Installed off! cere Tuesday evening. Mrs. Myra Ostrum was installing officer. The new officers are: president, Edith Taylor; senior vice, Susie Engler junior vice, Emma Roupe; chaplain Rachel Shackelford; conductress Hilma Ostrum; assistant, Myra Os- , and Mrs. Ray Fitch, who live on the Jos. Paxeon farm south of Irvlng- the The Brltt News-Triibune remarks: 'Someone in Indiana who has leard the Iowa Corn Song sent the Rev. B. M. Southgate a picture of a man standing and holding a stalk of corn which measured 13 feet 9 nches—indicating that not all the all corn grows west of the Missis- Ippl river." Mrs. ILaura Paine and her neph- W. Hollte Trainer, Burl, returned Tuesday from Iowa City, i hey had gone Friday to visit ormer's sister and Hollis's mother. Mrs. W. T. Trainer, who is still in a erious condition at the university lospltaf, following amputation of a eg some, weeks ago. Charles Peering, Des Moines, made p Rotary attendance here Monday. He Is president of the state inde- endent telephone- association, and ?as driving through Algona Sunday, eaded weet, •when he discovered ths counseling rod in his auto' engine had burned out. This town, in town 1 IWO WCtJIUS ttgu tlllU A^il. ..... ---- ---- • ' — *w«v<»m., Miy la. VKS- The sheet was circulated only trum; treasurer, Ida Forbes; guard in town, and not enough advertisers, Emma Dehnert; secretary, Alma could be persuaded to patronize it in Nelson ; patriotic instructress, Mary view of the fact that they could get Duryea; publicity, Nannie Setchell; local rural, and. countywlde as well musician, Myrtle St. John; assistant as town service from either of the suard, Grace Newville; color bear- Blue Earth, newspapers at the samej ers . Clara Cronin, Ida Yager, Freda Steussy- Edna Pe cost. arth, newspapers a e sam. The mimeograph publishers I Steussy.- Edna ,„„ „„,» no, nro,. Mrs. W. E. Kain and her sons ; with her aunt, . Mrs. Stuart Hasel- rs. . . , . . uar ase- William and Jack returned Sunday j tine, for Madera, Calif. The group from Belmond, where they were | first attended a basketball game at called last Thursday by news of the I the high school building, . then went death of Mrs. Kain's sister, Mrs. A. I to the Christensen home, where -nr •»«-.*..*!» »i,Virt /Hnri anddenlv of ihpldiyft WflS nlnvo/1 ^llrt*.m>l i^.. W. Martin, who died suddenly of bridge heart trouble. She had known fox- some time that ehe had high blood pressure, but had never been elck. Funeral services were conducted at •the Martin home and at the Methodist church, Belmond, Sunday after- i, and burial was made in a Bel- noon mond cemetery. She is survived by Mr. Mai-Uji and a daughter Harriett lunch. was played, followed by Other guests were John Christensen, Allan Bishop, Bob La Barre, Jos. Clark, and Harlan Sigsbee. Dorothy, who will now live with the Hazeltines, Is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. Chapter Officers are Installed— JM1 iiY_i-U WJ1 «.I*VA t* v***v«i_(-"-«* «.i^--- ( v» the latter a first-year law student at Prudence chapter of Royal Arch the state university. She is also sur- Masons installed officers Monday vived by live steters and one broth- I J^J^H. Reeman.jnost excel- or. Mrs. Martin and Harriett visited the Kains here last fall. Flsliy About Tills. [Northwood Anchor.] Mrs. Esther Ewing filed suit dn a Los Angeles court for divorce. She claimed her husband wanted spinach at every meal and his anger at being deprived of it humiliate*! fcer before guests. priest; Paul Wille, excellent king; Hugh Herman, excellent scribe; August Bremer, treasurer; R. A. Palmer, secretary; C. E. Chubb, captain of the host; Homer Anderson, principal eojourner; p. D. Paxson, royal arch captain; x J. F. McGee, grand master let veil; J. A. BrWnelli grand master 2«<j veil; W. S. Wlndell, grand master 3rd. vail; L. T. Qrjffin, sejfttinej. 'Dr. F. SHOE BARGAINS—ONE [LOT OF odds and ends, good shoes, at 95c a pair Thursday, (FYiday, and Saturday only,—Christensen Bros.; Shoe Dept. 23ul9 Long's Food Shop Groceries and Meats Carton of frozen strawber ries and short cake, all for 25c. Ghees plate and cover free with Blue Moon cheese. New York pure buckwheat flour. Try a sack. Sun Maid Raisins, packed in 2-lb. bags'. Something new. Home brand Peanut Butr er put up in large salt, pepper, flour, and sugar shakers. Ralston Rye Krisp wheat oats and wheat cereal noth- ng better to put on weight. Green string beans. No. 2 can, lOc per can. No. 2 can omatoes, lOc per can. Phone us your meat orders t you want the best. Bring us your eggs. |iiiii((iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii^ | Bargain Carnival A real three ring circus. A January Clearing Sale at NEVILLE'S SHOE STORE And when I say sale I mean a REAL sale. I mean that everything in the store will be marked down to your price, the price you want to pay. For the Last 1 0 Days of January _ it will be your price (not ours) that will keep five or six clerks wrapping up shoes S and clothes. S You need these goods, you ought to have them, and I feel right now is the S time to let you have them. . jg We are making new low prices all through the store. Prices that will please sa you. You will be delighted, astonished. I will say right here if anyone finds fault ss with the price during this ten day's sale we will make you a present of the article =3 in dispute. The people of this trade territory never have and never will again see S such low prices put on good standard, reliable shoes, clothes, and furnishings. S This sale is of tremendous importance to you. Think of it, all new up-to-the- ss minute shoes and clothes. Not an old shap-worn article to offer. S Our regular every day price is lower than the average sale price Then think = of what you will save when we cut the p -ices still deeper in this last ten days of as January selling. Do not let anything k jep you away. ; . , | [Ride if you can. Walk if you must, But be here] = It is a duty you owe yourself and your family in a year like this to take ad=s vantage of the savings offered in this 10 day sale, It would take a whole news- si paper to enumerate the many bargains in this immense stock. Prices on paper SB are very deceptive anyhow, so I am asking you to come and see for vourself =| You will not be disappointed. You will be pleased and thankful. ' H Shoes and slippers for men, women, and children; men's suits, men's over- SB coats, mackinaw coats, sport jackets, blazers, underwear, odd pants hosierv for S everybody, and oh, what prices we ar? m iking on hosiery. ' §§ Sale starts FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, and will end Tuesday night Januarv 31 g I am going to sell you $4,000.00 worth of anything you want out of this stock I = must have $4,000.00 as I have bought a big stock of goods south of Fort Dodge = It was a failure, and I get title through the courts February 1st and must have B the cash to pay for it. c you Here is a few of the values you will find 1C 19c 19c Ladies quality handkerchiefs, at i_ Ladies' 50c dress hose at Ladies' rubbers, new and stylish, at 500 pairs of ladies' low shoes, all sizes, late styles, worth up to $6.00. In this sale, your, choice, any pair Men's wool mixed dress hose, now Men's dress shirts, our 75c and 85c kind, now Men's domet flannel shirts marked down to 7c 50c 35c Our 15c yellow double treated palm glove during this sale, lOc a pair. "During sale only". Men's work shoes, all sizes Boys' oxfords, • sizes 1 to 6, at Children's oxfords, sizes 8 to 2, at ____«. i Children's oxfords, MA^. sizes 3 to 8, at , 49 Q Bargains for young and p,l<J, Every foreuopn during this sale we will sell tbose $1.00 silk scarfs at a»c. 98c 98c 59c JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHOE MAtf, AJ^OPUA^IQWA * *; <^4 ' * ^ ^ «•* * ^sfeR- IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUUIIIIIIIllllilliiniiiiim iiiiiiiiiun»i».».... u .».......;.:...i..i.^;J f • ; * ->di«ZS-

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