Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 5
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1988. De- D'SFAIR See this III ipectacles. lilt''us today. A.JOYNT rf Tiektt Agn^, iWAUKEE ROAD Modern, Attractive GLASSES We repair frames and match broken lenses. A. W. AMTJNSON Optometrist. First door south of Call Theater entrance. CALL MRS, GUDERIAN PASSES; LIVED HERE44YEARS Came Through Algona in Covered Wag 1 on 63 Years Ago. Mrs. Elizabeth Guderian died KaS , nWeek Wedn esday afternoon at 5:30 at her home east of the Northwestern tracks. She was in her 80th year and for five years had been failing. During the last three months she was bedfast. Death was the result of a general breakdown 'Funeral services were conductec at the [Presbyterian church Satur clay afternoon at 2:30 by the Rev S. 'H. Aten, Hurt Presbyterian pas tor who substituted for the Rev A. English, who was absent. Buria was made in Hiverview cemetery. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA ide-flange Station in Northern Iowa. a., Thursday., Satur. at at 2:30 i want to see want to see it , Jfeir—Now music, with all the ivertones, made .possible Electric Wide Range fly station in northern Jones tor those requesting [charge. seats, comfort, well [always. Theater acous- fect . ; , ' -Thins* FrL, (Saturday of each week— , news o^w*ek,, same Tauderille wnenerer IFriday, October 2ft and 27 Thursday, 2:30. er "Red Headed Woman' it", then plan to drive i Hollywood that Winchel ul Jean is all T. N. T % r News—one day old' Revere and Jr. Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 30-81 Extra Special BookingI Another 4-Star picture! 'See it here now, new, on Western lectric Wide Range, then write our friends in the cities. JjOCALS Robert Smith is with intestinal flu. reported sick sur- LESLIE HOWARD n HEATHER ANGEL BERKELEY Production SQUARE ^*<y^UL\Mj Came Here in 1889. Mrs. Ouderian's maiden name was Brechler, and she was born near Boscobel, Wis., 'Febuary 8, 1854. When she was 22 she was married to Charles Guderian. With other young couples they traveled by covered wagon to Battle Creek, Neb., passing through Algona. This' was the year the Milwaukee railroad was built to Algona. The Guderians lived in Nebraska till 1889, 44 years ago, when they came to this county and settled oh a farm in Plum Creek township. Four years later Mr. Guderian died, leaving his widow with six young sons. The family then came Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock went to 3ioux City Friday to visit their son Kenneth. Senator Dickinson spoke before the 'Rotary dub at iHumboldt Tuesday night. County Auditor Butler attended the homecoming at the state university Saturday. Inez (Potter of. the James drug store, spent the week-end with friends at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton spent Sunday and Monday aft Des Moines, guests of the F. F. Barkers. Leona MciMaftion* left Saturday night to visit relatives at Chicago and to attend the world's fair. The Robert OansonsJhave moved to Corwith, where Mr. Danspn is tank man for the Standard Oil Co. R. W. Horigan spent Sunday at home. He is now employed at the Hanson & Perry shoe store at Spen- You see it here following New York City Bun! to Algona. As long as she was able, Mrs. « * * Four Stars, strangely >eautiful, tenderly lovely."—Daily News. "An exciting experience you can't afford to miss."—IN. Y. Mirror. "In a class by itself—iilled with gentle humor and appealing pathos."—*}. Y. Times. "You will never see a more dazzling performance."—N. Y. American. "iPlays delightfully and skillfully."—N. Y. Herald-Tribune. Bee it from the beginning. Feature picture will go on at: 7:45, 9:45. LESLIE HOWARD in the greatest role of his career as the -young American of 1933 who goes back to the romantic past to find the girl of his dreams— HEATHER ANGEL Upholstered seats on main floor. Lose yourself in them. Also New News—One Day Old and "Vitaphone Acts. Guderian was an active member of the local Presbyterian church, and she was also active in the church Aid and Missionary societies. Until her health failed she kept house for her unmarried sons. Four Sons Survive. Seven sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Guderian, but one, who bore his father's given name, died in infancy. In 1916 W. J. Guderian died, and in 1932 L. H. Guderian died. Surviving are: O. (F. Guderian, Cobb, Wis.; iR. H. and E. A. Guderian, Algona; and John Guderian, publisher of the Kanawha cer. Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., «ame Sunday to spend a few days at her sons the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand's. H. R. Addington, Walter Lorenz, and D. C. Mahan attended a Goodyear tire meeting at Mason City Friday night. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where she had visited a sister since a week ago Sunday. W. H. Lacy spent Sunday at home. He is helping his son Harlem, who is manager of a new Gamble store at Humholdt. •C. A. Geilenfeld, who has been seriously sick with an abscess, was operated at the Kossuth hospital Saturday and is recovering. Josephine Murtagh, Alice IRist, R. J. Harrington, and Donald P, Dewel spent the week-end at the state university homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders are among Algonians who plan to attend the Minnesota-Iowa football game at Minneapolis this week-end. D. E. Dewel spent the week-end at Chicago, where he visited his mother, Mrs. W. C. iDewel, at Evanston, and attended the world's fair. Damson's. Doctor Scholten is a veterinarian, and Mrs. Qcholten is the former Florence Danson. Mrs S. E. McMahon, her daughter, Mrs Jos. Harig, and the latter's children, Betty and Eugene, spent Sunday at Galva, guests of Ruth McMahon. Ruth is expected home tomorrow for a week-end visit. Meredith and Frank Lathrop, Merlin Johnson, and Kenneth Mues- ey, Storm Lake, left Saturday for several days at the world's fair, Chicago. They are all cousins and were to meet another cousin there. The Presbyterian men's club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. (F. W. Parks next Monday evening at 6:45. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel will be assisting host and hostess. The women will be guests of the cluib. Mrs. C. M. Knudson took Julia Barth to Iowa City Monday to go through the clinic at the university hospital. She has been sick two weeks, and was housekeeper for Father Davem before that time. Winnebago and Hancock counties' were set off in a district by themselves, but Kossuth has now been included in a district centering at Fort Dodge. Mabel Roupe, Minneapolis, and her sister Jessie, Mason City, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Their sister, Mrs. Hattie Phillips, went to Minneapolis with Mabel to visit there, later at Mason City, till today. Mrs. Phil-, lips is employed at the Elite hat shop, and during her absence Mrs. Fred .Pooch substituted. P. J. Greiner had a cataract removed from his left eye last Thursday at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Greiner, her daughters Irma and Norma, and Mrs. Walter Lichter, spent the day with him, returning that night. Mrs. Greiner, rma, Norma, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson visited him Sunday. He was staying at ithe hospital a a week or ten days. "Aunt Jen" Wadsworth goes to Corwith this week to stay a few weeks with her foster-daughter, Margaret'Hofmaster,.teacher there. William Quilhot, and attended the world's fair. Mrs. Lottman's sight is failing fast. The sight is gone in her right eye, and she can only distinguish light with the ,lef.t eye. Her health also is not good, as she is diabetic. D. Wane Collins, high school band instructor, furnished the program for the Rotary club Monday. Numbers were given by six clarinets, four cornets, and a clarinet and a flute. Mr. Collins explained that he has the students practice their instruments in groups. In this way they learn harmony better The numbers showed the ability of the students, but Mr. Collins said it took long and arduous practice to become proficient with musical instruments. The Rotary club will lave a Halloween party at the hotel next Tuesday evening. Marriage licenses have been is- reporter. R. H. Guderian and 'Lou" lived prturday, October 88. Matinee 2:30. jirday is bargain day. days entertainment for one atures and double shorts. DN SE EVANS IFRAJVK MORGAN HARRY LANGDON Uelujah! I'm a Bum!" c tempo of the film Western Electric Wide und to give you full en- fcve wide range installed. [ get it all here —• no ad- —and— JOHN WAYNE x i "Telegraph Trail" ; western thrill picture of Carson Serial and ticky Mouse Wednesday, Thursday, Friday November 1-2-8 Souvenir Matinees each day on Too Much Harmony t 2:80 Prices 10-25c. very lady will receive an 8x10 tin- eled photo of Bing Crosby, at the matinee. UPS THAT FORM MAGIC NOTES OF LOVEJHEN MEET! Only, October S» I and 3 matinees. 1-7-9-11 night shows, udeville and pictures, advance in price! On the stage TOM AND JERRY MUSICAL TRIO in musical instruments. black lace comedy. the screen. New —with— DVORAK . EVERETT MORTON |m The Way of LOTO" e beautiful overtones o: Electric Wide Rang en he sings— a One Room Flat" R.a lover of Paree" laugh show I with their mother, and after "Lou's" untimely death, R. H. Guderian, and latterly his wife, continued to-live with and care for her. All the living children were here for the funeral. Eight grand-children and three great-grandchildren also survive There are two living sisters and one brother: Mrs. 'Lena Stein and Mrs Mary Hinn, Hastingte, Neb., and John Brechler, Madison, Wis. •From out of town attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Ott< Guderian, son Carl, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stratton, Cobb, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. John Guderian, Kan awha, daughter Betty; Mr. and Mrs. Fred iStenner (niece), Dodge- viMe, Wis. The H. A. Careys spent Sunday at Blue Earth, guests of Mr. Carey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M Carey. H. A. is employed at a local bakery. Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mrs. H. E Rist, and Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson were guests at one o'clock luncheoi Saturday given by a Mrs. Doan af Humlbdldt. Ann Underberg, Mr. and Mrs William Lux, daughter (Betty, an< Perry White plans to spend the week-end at Mount Vernon, where he will attend a Cornell-Coe Joinl homecoming Saturday. He attendet Cornell college some years ago and starred on the Cornell football team. Charles Geilenfeld, Algona, underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. Medical patients have been Howard Briggs, Ledyard, Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Algona, Wednesday, and Mrs. L. H. Tripip. Alice Kain returned Tuesday from De Kalb, 111., where she had spent ten days with relatives. She also attended homecoming at the normal school there Saturday. Alice ras graduated from the school last jring. Harvey Ingham and his brother, )r. George Ingham, Olympia, IVash., were here last Thursday. They drove to Algona to inspect ne of the Ingham farms. Doctor ngham has been in the practice at Olympia 43 years. Mrs. R. S. Riggs and her daugh- res Nancy and Marcia left for their .ome at Youngstown, O., Tuesday, after a few weeks with Mrs. Riggs' win sister, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. En route home they were to spend . few days at Chicago. •Among Algonians who expect to ttend the Iowa-Minnesota football jame at Minneapolis next Saturday at Messrs. and'Mesdames G. D. Shumway, W.W. Sullivan, E. C Mc- before going to Birmingham, Ala., to spend the winter with Margaret's brother, Archie iBushnell. She will return for the Congregational Diamond Jubilee, after which her home here -will be closed till she comes back in the spring. In* a week's time oats have gained 8c from a low of 20c last week sued to: Arthur Elmer CottrilJ, Maude E. MacKean, both, of CleTe- land, O., who were married ,by Mayor John Hutchison, Wesley, last week Tuesday; Harvey Gabel, Elate Bauer, both of Arlington, Ulna* who were married by the Rev. 11* A. Sjostrand at the First Lutheran church October 17; Alvin Wearer, Whittemore, Melba Rucker* Algona, who were married by th. Rev. Charles E. Bryden, Baptist pastor at Bancroft, October 21} Of* ris J. Fresbie, Corwith, Esther Shank, Pocahontas, who were married by the Rev. A. H. Hueser, of the Baptist church, at the olerkfe office Saturday evening at 7:31; and Axel H. Stark, Emma Krause, both of St. James, Minn. •4- Ex-Algona Girl's Husband Honored A dispatch to .the Des Moines Register a week ag_o reported that the supreme council of Scottish Rite Masons in session at Washington, D. C., had announced the elec-' ition of 189 Masons to the 33rd degree, the highest honor in masonry, and 373 masons as Knights Commander of the Court of Honor, also a high distinction. Included in the latter list was Lloyd D. Lehan, Sioux City, husband of the former Dorothy Danson, Algona girl. Mr. Lehan is a life insurance salesman. the Henry Swhenklebergs, all o Litterdale, visited the Henry M Thilges family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Adding ton went to Chicago Saturday for week at the world's fair. Mr. Ad dington is Goodyear comipany rep resentative in this territory. Senator Dickinson took his m'oth er, Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, to Maso City last Thursday. She will agair spend the winter there witlf he daughter, Mrs. J. A. Van Ness. The George Hanselmanns, Wes Bend, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Bra tlrs. John Hanselmann Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal returned unday from Cedar Rapids, where ley had been since Friday, attend- ng a state masters painters' board meeting, Mr. Deal being a member. Raymond Irons went to Spencer Sunday and brought home Mrs. Ir- ms, who" spent last week with her ister, Mrs. Claude Nugent. Mr. Nugent is still in the employ of the J. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer and the latter's daughter, Think of the pleasure! Listening to Bing Crosby sing Thanks, Boo- Boo^Boo, Bucking the Wind, Black Moonlight. Six brand new song hits on Wide Range Sound here! Teasing tunes! Tantalizing girls! Also New News. OOTBALL unday Afternoon at 2:30 ATHLESTIG PARK, ALGONA fencer Merchants vs. Algous the greatest players of North Iowa in action. 80e LU VERNE FOUR-H CLUB IN PROGRAM Benona, Ruth, and Eileen Neal were hostesses to the Lu Verne 4-H girls Friday evening, when the following program was given: iRoll call by Bertha Bow-man, secretary, on "Something I have learned from 'Club work this year"; talk, Waste Baskets, 'Ruth Neal; talk,'A Waste Basket I Made, Vergie Hardeopf; talk, 4-H Ideals Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A.; talk Color Harmony, Benona Neal; health talk, Vergie Hardcopf. Cora Mae Masterson presided a a business meeting in the absence of the president, Elsie Hunt, who is sick. It was decided to hold the club's annual Achievement day early in December at Lu Verne, the public to be invited. An exhibit o: finished articles will be made and a 4-H program given. The Lu Verne club has a high rating, and with an Achievement day program to it credit will no doubt be a standard club this year. Four-H girls present were Ber tha, Ethel, and Velma Bowman Vergie Hardcopf, Marvel Davidson Betty, Roberta, .Margaret, and Cor£ Mae Masterson Benona, Ruth, ant Eileen Neal; and others were Mr and Mrs. R. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs A Hardcopf, Mrs. W. E. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. 'R. Masterson, Gordor Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, Paul Leaverton, and the H. D. A. Mrs. Neal, assisted by her daughters, served lunch. Mahon, and J. M. Herbst, and Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick. (Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson announce the opening of a series ol public Wednesday night dances al the I. O. O. F. hall. Orchestras well known to Algonians have been se- Wednesday. Corn has likewise scored a big rise, from 26c last week Wednesday to 32c for No. 2 yellow and 33c for No. 2 white yesterday. The president's assurance Sunday night that agricultural prices would be boosted reacted favorably on the markets. Hogs, however, have dropped an average 18c, though cattle rose 60c to a dollar. 1 More than 30 persons attended a county Schoolmasters olub meeting Monday evening at the local high school building. The event opened with dinner in the domestic science rooms, the Normal Training girls serving. The club discussed the plans for the coming year as regards inter-school contests, etc. It was decided to meet at Algona an average of once a month, and the next meeting was fixed for Monday evening, November 27. Agnes Nordstrom, R. N., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom. She was graduated a year or two from the Adventist Sanitarium at Nevada, and till recently remained there as a nurse, >ut resigned a few weeks'ago to serve as private nurse for a Des Moines man. Since his death she has been (here, but she now contemplates nursing work in either a Colorado 'hospital or in government service in a veterans hospital. The Cut-Rate Grocery was remodeled and redecorated over ,the week-end. All new/shelving was installed, and.the interior repaintec in white, with blue trimmings Paint which had covered the upper part of the front windows was re SELBY EXCLUSIVE SHOE DESIGN GIVES BAREFOOT FREEDOM Invisible Featherweight "Arch Bridge" Revolutionise* Women'* Idea* of Foot Happine** Only the Selby Arch Preserver shoe is created with the patented, hidden "Arch Bridge", so featherweight and so thorough in its support of the vital Outer Arch, that it positively gives you buoyant foot happiness you never knew before. Today, see the smart new Selby shoe designs, try them on. And convince yourself, as thousands of other women are now doing, that you have at last found your miracle shoe. SELBY ARCH PRESERVER SHOES $3.50 to $12.00 cured. Ttie first dance is schedule* for next Wednesday night. Mrs. C. H. Swanson and her daughter Rosalie went to Des Moines Friday for a visit till Sunday with relatives, and Mr. iSwan- son drove to Des Moines for them Sunday. Mr. Swanson is manager of the local A. & P. store. (Mrs. Lou Quinlan, Los Angeles, went to Clear Lake Friday for a few days with her sister, Mrs. An- >cim, uiic ivcv. »i»x» «*i.j. i* . «*• «»— » .. . j. . • a er, and Fred Hauenstein Sr. wer na Randall, before leaving for ntertained at dinner by Mr. and home. She had spent three weeks moved, and light thus admittec combines with the lighter paint to give the store a bright, clean ap pearance. New light fixtures an< outside floodlights have been instal led. .Donald White is manager of the store. Mrs. Henry Pergande, sons Wayne and Robert, and.Mrs. Lloyd Stebbins and her son James Eugene have returned from Chicago, where they visited the women's mother, Mrs. Minnie Lottman, who is with another daughter, Mrs. A beautiful light weight tie — comfortable, strong, dressy—a new type arch preserver shoe. here with her sister, Mrs. H. E. Rist, and brother C. W. Nicoulin. Mrs. W. H. Cummings and Mrs. R. W. Horigan went to Des Moines for visits till tomorrow. Mrs. Cummings is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith, and Mrs. Horigan her mother, Mrs. Elsie Anderson. •P. R. Irons drove to Spencer Sunday and brought home Mrs. Irons, who had been there since last week Tuesday, visiting her sis- Ss ..orraine Tierney, spent Sunday ter, Mrs. Claude Nugent. Both vith the Bernard Tierneys, Mason | women are daughters of Fred An- lity. Bernard is Mrs. Holtzbauer's son. June Adel Aman, student at a derson. The George Johnsons and the R. G. Richardsons spent Sunday at If U11G *"».vn*» fa.ll* »*-**f uvv»v»v««w wx — - • i — r V * 1 Des Moines school of beauty cul- Fort Dodge with Mrs. Johnson, who ture, spent week-end at home.''She underwent a major operation a was accompanied by Angie Peterson, Des Moines. who was her guest here. Albert Schiipull, Lu Verne, underwent a minor operation at the week ago Monday at the Lutheran = hospital there. Mrs. Johnson is Mr. Richardson's sister. Marie Rich ter, Melda Crawford, and Leona Bierstedt, Kossuth h'os- nurses, spent last Thursday uenerai nospitai jwonaay, ana wi« same day Jesse Ford, of Hayfield, was admitted for medical treat- vi pri^ Mrs. P. E. Kent and son Fred Jr. got home Sunday from visits since Friday at Indianola and Des Moines. At Indianola, the old ihome of the Kents, they visited Mrs. ECent's mother. :Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent attended the state university homecoming Saturday, and were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Quarton at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Nugent is Mr. Quarton's sister. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer spoke before the Kiwanis club last Thursday, repeating his talk of the night before at the Sth congressional district druggists' meeting at ithe County club clubhouse. 'Dr. and Mrs. William SehoHten, Spirit liake, were over-Sunday guests at the latter's brother P, A. uid Friday at 'Sioux City, attending a state nursesl convention. Bernadine Barnes, <R. N., substituted at the hospital during their absence. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, her daughters Evelyn and Mary Elizabeth, and Loyd Keith spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mrs. Van Allan's sister, Mrs. James Allen, and Harold Van Allan, who had visited the Allans since Friday, came home with them Sunday night. The Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Hueser, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. George Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cdleman, and R. A. Clark attended a harvest festival at the Baptist Old Folks . Home, Winnebago, Minn., Tuesday. •P. J. Kohlhaas and F. E. Kent attended a code meeting of automobile dealers at Fort Dodge last week Monday night. Originally Kossuth, Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins v- sited Mrs. Mary Felt at Mason City Sunday. The Ben PeJts, who have been there for some time are expected home this week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury visited at Nora Springs Sunday with Mrs. Amesbury's cousin, Mrs. I. C. Bronson and her husband, Doe- tor Bronson. • Leila Wester Ames spent tne week-end with her parents, the Emil Westers. PRJDPARE NOW-CO'DD W®ATH- Tcoming. Menthano] alcohol, 44c gal. "Glycerine anti-freeze, one fm lasts all winter, 98c gal. S * Q ok S. A. B. 20 for early winter Jivinf, 45c l.-6a»W 30-7 PUBLIC SALE At the Riddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, east of Northwestern tracks SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK We have listed for this sale a number of good cows, heifers, including 2 No. 1 fresh Holstein heifers; also steers weighing 400 to 600 Ibs. Pour head of. good Poland China gilts. Also some good heating stoves, a Winchester shotgun, almost new, feed grinders, separators, kitchen cabinets. A number of pieces of furniture. Bring what you have, to sell and be on hand to buy just what you want. Make these sales your sales. We sell anything and everything. Open every day, phone 79. Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O, Riddle, Auctioneer Exert Your "Wool" Power This Fall Hairy Woolens Sharkskin effects Stunning Plaids Bibbed Weaves With the very wide choice of lovely wool' ens offered this season, there is no reason why the smart needlewoman shouldn't f jin4 a fabric or weave to suit her own fancy, Au4 the prices are just as much of an induce* ment - • The Goeders Co, •'V; v \

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