Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 4, 1934
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EUK8PAY, JANUAttY 4, 1S34, jcosstrrtt COUNTY ADVANCE Ms- CALS Jr. and Mrs. D. <P. Nugent spent •istmas at files Moines with, sis- B of Mrs. Nugent, jr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney, son City> spent the Christmas ek-end at George Holtzfoauer's. Eva* Peterson, Rockford, 111., nt part of the holidays with her ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peter- Jr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Dodge, spent Christmas with Wis., where they visited Mrs. Turner's sister, and at Elizabeth, 111., where they visited Frank Foster, cousin of Mrs. Turner who formerly lived at .Bunt and'Tkonka. • Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White and their son Donald spent Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. C. M Buck, of Perry. Mrs. Buck and the three children came here with the Whites, and the Rev. Mr. Buck came to spend New Year's here UVUKVt ojrcii'1/ vuiAO'iiiiao willl .. . latter's Bister, Mre. George H. "* and , Mrs. «eo. W. Godfrey, Ames, and their son Dick went » V» larold Falkenhainer, employed I the staitehouse, Des Moines fent Christmas and New Year's a; ne. Ir, and Mrs. iR. E. Menzel, Ames their son Hugh spent Christ_ with the M. P. Weavers, going ne next day. loland White, Iowa Falls, came pday and remained' till Tuesday his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs |lis McWhorter. . Tames iFinley, farmer in the Riv- dale neighborhood, sold and de- fered a truck load of steers at bert 'Lea Decemlber 21. he IRev. and Mrs. M. A. SJos- knd spent several days last week j the home of Rev. Mr. sjostrand's (rents at St. Peter, Minn. Jr. and Mrs, Homer A. Tuttle ent Christmas with Mr. Turtle's) Irents at Des Moines. A sister om Denver was also there. 3t. Cecelia's academy will reopen Monday, following a two eeks vacation. The Algona pub- schools reopened yesterday. |Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White and Dr. pd Mrs. H. L. McCorkle spent New ar's with the women's sister, rs. Victor Young, Mason City. fiHarold Streit returned to Chi£0 Friday night, after Christmas Jth 'his grandfather, Anton Streit. is attending Loyola university. JMr. and Mrs. C. (Herman returned st Thursday ifrom Echo, Minn., here they spent Christmas with ieir daughter, Mrs. E. A. Paschke. jMr. and Mrs. David O'Keefe, of ES Moines, spent New Year's here, rs. O'Keefe, formerly Elizabeth 'er, is a daughter of Mrs. Henry ier. jKathryn Van Ness will return to awa Sunday, after spending the ()lidays with iher fahter, E. J. Van ESS. She teaches the third grade lere. |Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Griswold, Des oines, visited last week Tuesday fth'the Anton Andersons. Mrs. •isWold and Mrs. -Anderson -are ins. ,te Skinner, Fort Dodge, was a pest part of last week of Mrs. W. Peters, Bunt. She spent most of |e Christmas vacation at her sis- r, Mrs. F. L. Thorpe's. Mrs. W. H. Freeman is slowly proving from an attack of kid- fy and heart trouble suffered two eks ago. ,'She is now about to be a short time each day. Agnes 'Rice, Normal, 111., went >me last week Tuesday, after bristmas with the P. P. Zerfasses hd the 'N. C. iRices. She still laches in a state normal school. JMr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, Snmetshurg, spent Christmas with le former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. pton Anderson. H. E. is in Charge ' a meat department in a store. |Mildred DeGraw will return to pdar Fajls Sunday, after two eks with her parents, Mr. and rs. L. J. De Graw. She iteaches third grade in the Cedar Falls libols. The T. T. Herbsts ate Christmas nner with Mrs. Heitost's parents, B Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate, litt. Priscilla Southgate, who Tiches in northern Minnesota, was | home. Irs. G. W. Stilhnan is substitut- for Capitola Brindley, who re- ped in the holidays and has m married. Miss Brindley taught fourth grade at the Bryant ding. r. and Mrs. T. L. Larson and ir daughters Theodora, Maxine, \d Meredith spent the week-end Christmas day with Mrs. Lara's fatlher,- Frank Gerstner, Ce- r Rapids. The coun'ty Schoolmasters ihome Saturday, alfter a visit with Mr. Godfrey's mother, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey. Mr. Godfrey went back to Amea the day after Christmas, and returned for his family Friday. 'Ruth 'Stokes returned to Minneapolis last week Tuesday, after several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. ,D. stokes. Mr. stokes took her as far as (Blue Earth, and illVlnn A A «U . ._.! _ . * •«•» IOWA Quimby, and their son Donald went home Saturday, after having spent Christmas with Mrs. Simmons' parents, ithe iRev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse. Mr. and Mrs. Victor ,Schuldte, Elgin, 111., spent Chistmas and New Year's with she Hulses. Mrs. Schuldte is also a daughter of Mr. Hulse. The, Algona Independents lost their second 'basketball game this season at Mallard Monday everting, 36-32. The Mallard team was in the lead most of .the game. The score at the 'half was 21-20 in their favor, and then Algona had the lead briefly. The locals will play the Spencer Merchants on the high school ifloor ihere tonight. v V , era Steil, Sioux City, her sister Veda, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bteil, Albert Lea, spent Christmas with t'he Jos. Steils. Vera, who has for some years taught in the Sioux city schools, returned to her duties early in the week. Veda, who is stenographer, went back last wek Tuesday, and the Leland Steils went (home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummings 5? ent _ a we . e k ago Sunday with — ™* -"" «*o vuiuo nidi Lll, mill »* *>, . — ° MM*M«MJ mill thence she went on by bus. Ruth is 5J rs> Cummin ss' parents, Mr. and still employed in a doctor's office. "J'j'.n? 1 . B / Cum ,mings, at Lorimer, The Claude Whitehills, Lone • c . lmstma s day with Mrs. Gum- Rock, spent Christmas with the C min .f° P arei >ts, Mr. and^ Mrs. M. E H. Clements. Mrs. Whitehill and *" "' Mrs. Clement are sisters. A week ago Sunday the Clements spent tlhe day at Bancroft with Mr. Clement's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clement. Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds Mr and Mrs. Earl Reynolds, Ellsworth, son Donald, Ellsworth, and t'he Myron Knutsons, Jewell, were guests a week ago 'Sunday of the A W Amunsons. Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds are parents of Mrs. Amunson. - ~. M. ..l»J \^*111C home last week Tuesday. Lorimer is a small town southwest of Des Moines, and Mr. Cummings' father is retired. Mrs. n Q r,H , j Wads w°rth, who recently closed her 'house here and went to Corwith or a few weeks with her niece, Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster, has been at Birmingham, Ala., since before Thanksgiving, the guest of her nephew, Archie Bushnell, and 'his wife. She will return to Algona next spring Mrs Guy Smith, three miles east of «°/master, Corwith teacher, spent Livermore, was an Algona caller ' Satu rday here. Just before the holidays, and said Giles Pettigrew, Flandreau S he was looking for a couple to stay D., went to Eldora last week SMI I fan 2 w"?" 1 do the chores Wednesday, after havfng Tent while he and his wife went to Ver- Christmas with his daughter Mrs mont hv ca , r t.n ,ui» «,„«._. ., A. E . Kresensky. Mr Pettigrlw visited a son at Eldora, returned yesterday, and leaves for home today. The Lewis Kresenskys, Mankato were also Christmas guests ol the A. E. Kresenskys, going home last week Wednesday. n*T h « remhas been a new bab y at Otto C. Taylor's, southeast of Burt, fflnce last Thursday. The boy had named when an Advance mont by car to visit relatives of Mrs. Smith. 'Dist. ISupt. Muhleman left Monday night for Chicago for a few l ay t j f - reli £ ious research at the Methodist Book Concern and other Methodist institutions with particular reference to religious educational work. He is expected home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter became parents of an 8%-Kb. boy at Tuesday. The baby has been named John Walter. Mrs. Lichter was Erma Arndorfer, St. Benedict before marriage, and she is a registered nurse. •Dr. G. B. Anderson and family, of Ackley; came Sunday, December 24, to spend Christmas and New Year's with his father, Fred Anderson. They left yesterday for their home. iDr. .Anderson has two daughters, Mary Beth, 11 years old and Jane two. Mrs. M. J^ Kenefick entered the and Mrs. Taylor. T,he grandpar- n^ S , ar V the A> ' E - p asleys, Sexton, and E A. Taylor, .Spencer, formed ly a Plum Creek farmer and owner ol the farm which Oscar Oxley now operates. • Mrs. C. J. Dutton,. Omaha, and her sister, Mrs. Louise Thompson, Burt, are at San Antonio, Tex., for the rest of the winter. • Mrs. Dut- iton's' health has of late been somewhat poor, and she is recuperating in the Texas sunshine. Both wom- ~.-» u . 4,*. U ^ i*.ciiej.n;it entered tne . ««»IOI»AHC. X)ULH worn- Kossuth hospital December 22 for f 1 are ,sisters of Mrs. J. R. Mawds- medical treatment, (but left Friday Gertrude O'Neill, Wesley, entered ;he hospital last Thursday, also .or medical treatment, and Mrs Jesse H. Royce, Algona, became a patient Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Dye, Minneapolis, went home last week Tuesday af- :er , Christmas with her daughter Mrs; Edyithe -Dailey. Other Christmas day guests of Mrs. Dailey were IO1* Clat-ifH T7t_ nu . *1 _ ^-» -_ . _ . ——- ~- v ^.v* *i*t**r v*»3 ley and Mrs. H. A. Lewis, Algona. A recent report that Mrs. Dutton had suffered a nervous breakdown was not itrue. Mr. and Mrs. «. R. Rosewall, of Blue Earth, their two sons, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Counsell, Au<burn, New York, Paul Rosewall, Chicago, and Emily Rosewall, Iowa City, spent Christmas with Mrs. Chas. Rosewall. The H. R. Rosewalls went ——* O«^wuia V/J. JIU1 O. 'JJiUlcy WCrC T. f*n_ • »»vu^ »T M.»*O . *YCIIL her sister, Francile Dye, St Paul me - 9 mstmas da y. the Counsells and her brother, E. D. Dye and his malmng tin early this. week. Paul ,„•*„ ™.- ... ' a u Ula went home Christmas night and Minneapolis. Lucille Malueg Bride of Minister in Indiana— Lucille Loretta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg, was married last Thursday noon to the Rev. Olin Edgar Parrott, .Hartsville, Ind. The single ring ceremony was performed at the. home of the bride's parents 'by the Rev. C. V. Hulse, and Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Dorothy Smith, of Sloan. Earl Josten, iEstherville music instructor, sang "Because." The bride wore a wine-colored chiffon velvet gown, and was attended by iher sister, Ruth Malueg, ?owned in wine-colored flat crepe. The bridegroom was attended by Maurice Parrett. •Following the ceremony a one o'clock wedding luncheon was served at the Malueg home, and then the couple left for a week's wedding trip to Chicago and points in southern Indiana, after which they will 'be at home at Hartsville. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and of Morningside college, Sioux City, where she was a member of Kappa Zeta 'Chi social 'fraternity and of Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary music fraternity. She resigned last month from the pulblic school faculty at Nemaha, where she taught music. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Parrett, Terre Haute, Ind., and his father is a retired college professor. The son was graduated from the Terre Haute schools and from De Pauw university, Greencastle, Ind., where :be received a B. A. degre. He spent three years at the Garret Theological seminary, Chicago, where he received a B. A. degree. He was a member of the American Commons club at De Pauw, and he is now pastor of the Methodist church at Hantsville. Guests included: Dorothy Smith, Sloan; Earl Josten, Estherville: Mabel.Olson, Des Moines; Mrs Iver Swanson, St. Paul, her son Vernon, and daughter Charlotte; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schuldt, Elgin, IH., Vman Slike, (Nemaha; the Rev. and Mrs. Hulse, Emma Spongberg, and Kathleen Holtzbauer. Ann Steussy Married to Storm lake Youth- Ann Steussy, Algona, and Ernest Schuenke, Storm Lake, were married at the home of ttoe bride's mother, Mrs. H. M. Steussy at 2 o'clock last week Tuesday alfter- noon. The ceremony was performed in the presence of the immediate family by the iRev. P. j. Braner. Mrs. Braner sang "Take Thou My Hand and Lead Me," accompanied by Erwin Braner. The bride, who is the second BRIDE T HIS of IHIS IS ANN Steussy, an account of whose marriage appears in today's Advance. The picture appeared in Sunday's ,Des Moines Register. daughter of Mrs. isteussy, was graduated from the Algona high school in 1926 and attended the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, two years. 'She has taught school six years, the last four at McGregor. For iher wedding . she wore a dress of golden silk crepe with brown accessories and carried a bouquet of gold and pale red roses. ^Following the ceremony the cou- LeRoy Iowa city The Theo. Pech family returned \ C ^F a i City J a * ^ursday, af- warden . 1S ter having spent the holidays with Mrs. Pech's mother, Mrs. Freda Steussy. Mary Ellen and Ruth meet here next Monday even- S, and dinner will be served at i Algona hotel. The meetings are d monthly, and between 20 and I teachers attend. Mrs. Katherine Cavanaugh, Ray ok, and Katherine Cavanaugh ""guests at E. W. Benson's, Buf- Center, for Sunday and New •ars. , Mrs. Benson is a daughter ^Mrs. Cavanaugh. I 11 ?; John Caugihlin _. ' Bh ^ r . S™. 811 ^ spent Christmas day with the and her ' a m . aera daughter, Mrs. Andrew sen, near Titonka'. Irnestine Chubb left in her car Md> ' > ' ' with her parents, Mr. and T. Chubb. At Madison ••• she was Joined by a frienc 1 accompanied her to Frederick V. Rl , ^ e wn»ing, Forest City •bis daughter, Mrs. A. F, Con visitors mas vho has worked sevcial years. Vern and his younger i Brother who picked corn fast fall ait he Hugh Raney farm, have returned to the home of their mother at Jacksville Kans. Elwood and Edmond Norton m , . ™.v. c , ann „,,„„„ ,,„..,, , .„ pent Christmas, with their par- Thanksgiving, went home with t^L muce - 'Jckhart, af ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. El- their Parents. Dorothy Pech, Keo-' DavPr^T 1 ^ ^ ^ , R6V> wood, who teaches manual training « a "<iua, Theodore's sister, accom-'o^fL".."_^he Catholic parsonage at Lawton, went back last week P amed 'them here and visited at the " Ann, the Pech twins, who had been MM H « ' n ^ ^ grandmother since ! S' 5!?_7 Marcelln Nelson is Bride— Marcella, daughter of Mr. and ' Father re. w « re ' the ^t and Edmond, who is a freshman at the State college, returned to Ames Monday. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, E. M. Scsheme, Bancroft, Evelyn Van Allen, Lloyd Keith, Hubert O'Brien Sylvia Thilges, and Harold and Mary Elizabeth Van Allen were visitors at James Allen's, Fort 'Dodge Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Allen is a sister of Mrs. Van Allen, club Lola Dreesman, principal of a Valley Junction school, returned to her duties Monday, and Lewis Ferguson, who spent the holidays' with his mother, Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson, accompanied her as far as Ames, where he is a State college senior. Three tonsilleotomies were performed ^ast week Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital, on Rosella Schaler,. and Richard Grahan, both of Titonka,.and Eugene Broderson, Algona. Juljus Kunz Jr., Wesley, was operated on at the hospital Tuesday, and Holland Larson, Algona, yesterday. 1 Mr, and Mrs, p. A. Danson-and after a son Robert Louis went to White Jear Lake, Minn., Saturday morn- ng, where they visited Mrs. Danson's parents, the L. B, iLawtons. Mrs. Danson and son remained there for a three weeks visit and Mr. Danson 'returned to Algona |H. J. Bode and Kain homes. The Algona Boosters independent basketball team played its first game of. the season last week Thursday evening and was defeated 34 to 32 on 'the high school floor wnrVoj *„ - - , —. .-— by Mason City. The score shows' jf d * for , a y t ar and a half ' is a fche innaia i no «- ,*„ „„!„ „ «.?.?. W 5, graduate of the Dolliver hi^h Mrs. _ 1931 from ,the St. Cecelia's academy, and for the last year has 'been employed at the Algona bakery. Mr. Eckhart, wiho is employed at the Algona creamery, where he has Dewel, and Charlene Jane's sister Ruth Ann at a birthday party last Thursday afternoon. The children attended the movie Alice in Wonderland, and after the show ate birthday cake at the Clement home. Girl Friends Club Meets- Betty Barry entertained the Girl Friends club last Thursday night. Other members are Kathleen Holtzbauer, Frances Winkel, Evelyn Van Allen, Margaret and Evelyn Dodds, and Alice and Eleanor Payne. The next meeting of the club will be; with Evelyn Van Allen, and this will be the fifth meeting.- Party Honors 2 Collegians- Gertrude Long entertained at 6:30 dinner honoring Arbadee Long and Mary Elizabeth Foster last Thursday. Other guests were Bernice Dearchs, Margaret Vigars, Margaret Brown, Adris Anderson, and Elizabeth iSchoby, the latter of Mason City. Bridge was played but there were no prizes. Shower for Marion McMahon— Elizabeth Nugent entertained at a miscellaneous 'shower honoring Marian McMahon 'Friday evening. Bridge was played at four tables, Alice Rist and Madonna Quinn winning the high scores. Other Society. The Union Township Mothers & 'Daughters cluib meets today with Mrs. Bert Ma'rlow; Mrs. Mary Bennett is assisting hostess. The program includes music by Vera Chipman and Lucille iSewick, and a talk 'by W. C. Dewel. The D. A. R. meets for 1 o'clock luncheon at Mrs. H. 1L. Gilmore's next Tuesday. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Emma Cosgrove and Ella Lewis, and Mrs. -D. D. Paxson will be in charge of the program. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan entertained hpr -bridge club Friday night. The EX-LOTTS CREEK WOMAN STRICKEN IN COAST HOME Lotts Creek, Jan. 2—Relatives ana friends hero were shocked by news of the death by stroke Thursday, Dec.. 21, of Mrs. William Radig Sr., Pasadena, Calif. She had been considered in fairly good health, though she had suffered two previous strokes. Mrs. Radlg, W ho was past 74, WHS born October 2$, 1850, at Hanover Germany, and her maiden name was Dorothea Behrens Dreyer Her parents brought her to America and they settled near Cedar Falls. Later her parents came to Fenton township and lived with Mrs. Rad- Ig'« uncle, Henry Dreyer. On December 3, 1879, Miss Dreyr was married ,t o Mr. Radlg by the Rev. Mr. Scheips, first pastor of the Lotts Creek church, and then began housekeeping on the farm now occupied by their son Alex in Penton township. Later they lived on the place now occupied by Herman Klgg-ert, then on the farm now occupied by their son-in-law William Fuerstenau. Thence they moved to Fenton in 1923, and lived there six months before moving to Pasadena, where they lived with daughters. Mrs. Radig was the mother of 14 children, all whom survive: Emma, Mrs. Henry Kressln; Mary, Helen and Martha, at home; Hulda, Mrs. Frank Hempei, Ansa, Mrs. E. W Petterson; William Jr., Irene, Mrs! Earl Vpssbinder, all of Pasadena; Herman and Mathilda, Mrs Arthur Kressin, Barney, N. D., Alex, Fen(ton township; Dora, Mrs. Emil Laabs, Union township; and Theresa, Mrs. William Fuerstenau, Lotts Creek. , One sister, Mrs. Fred Meyer Sr., Fenton, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Dreyer, Algona, and 49 grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were held Dec- eber 26, at Pasadena. Potratzes in Car Spill- Mrs. Richard Potratz and Bentha and Delorls had 1 an accident late a week ago Saturday afternoon, when they were driving home from Algona. It is believed that a rut made the car swing from one side of the road to the other and land in the ditch. This was just north of Charles Geilenfeld's. The Potratzes suffered' no broken bones, but were badly bruised. The car was damaged on the left side and one wheel wfets broken. Other Lotts Creek. Elma and Hilda Protratz, Fort Dodge, spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Gladys S'aunders and Elnore Pompe, Correctionville, were with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. bert Kres'sin. Johanna Fiene, of'the State college spent the holidays with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz • attended a card! party at George Meyer's last week Wednesday evening. The high score for men was won by Arthur Heidenwlth; low, by Herbert Potratz. Mrs. George Schultz was high for the women; Mrs. Herman Meyer, low. The. travel prize was won by Herman. Voigt. A Christmas program was given at the Immanuel Lutheran church Christmas eve by the Lutheran school pupils, and the church was crowded. A large Christmas tree stood before the altar. Raymond Tietz has been sick with quinsy, and Mrs. E. Fiene has the holidays with her parents, Mr. !and Mrs. Isadore Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and tno Anton Huschkas spent Christmas at Theodore Pothoff's at Hall- bur. Mrs. Pothoff is a sister of Mrs. Rosenmeyer and Anton. The Young Ladles' Sodality will Rive a basket social a t the school h.tl Tuesday, January 9. The public is invited anfi women are to take baskets of food. The Julian Arndorfers drove to Manly Sunday for a fe w days with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen, Arndorfer's parents. Jacob Simons, Fort ites MolneB came Sunday for a few day s with, him mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. 0. G. Studer and his daughter, Mrs. J. Arend, attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Fisher last week Wednesday at St. Cloud, Minn., They also visited relatives there!. ^Position "Wanted* Give Your January Dollar a Chance to Test Its Lungs— This month, in some clothing stores, $24.50 * "* ir ° n deer ° n a man's But look what a volcano it stirs up here . . itf beautiful suits and overcoats. These garments are the kind you seldom see advertised, either in display window or newspaper .... because most stores feel that the regular prices of such fineness would scare you awty mate up Your January Dollars will buy Suits and O'Coats 15.00 18.50 20.00 24.50 ZENDER CALDWELL Clothing and Shoes CALL THEATR high score was won : by Mrs. M. H. down. suffering a nervous break- Dor B ' Plemnung, went home Sartur Gl ?• persons, Ackley And ersons, Radcliffe " wi «» the Doctor's father.- Fred Anderson icliffe inurance at Adele-Aman and her room- Pete r a °n, both of Des back Christmas night, • m February. Pood ..l Sh °P cosmetology exam? fir's an il- New Mrs. • John Smith, ^turned 0 Tuesday morning. Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Bailey, Spencer, two daughters, Mrs. C. W Hopkins, her daughter Bessie, the son iLee, and another daughter, Mrs. Wm. Hawcott, wilto the letter's husband, were Christmas guests at the A, E. Hopkins home in Plum Creek township, A. E. Hopkins farms 1 the old home place. Thelma Horigan returned to Minneapolis New Year's day, after a visit since before Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan. She is still secretary of the Blake school for boys there. Mr. Horigan, who is employed in a shoe store at Spencer, spent Christmas and New year's here. G. A. Bonnstetter, new county igent, was planning last week to Jring his baby and the child's caretaker here from Mason City soon ifter New Year's. (For the time be- ng they will have rooms at Mary Mitchell's, next nworth of Judge artpn's. Mr. Bonnstetter lost wife when the ibaby was born. Comptroller and Mi's. 0. B. Mur; agih, Des Moiues, their daughters Betty and Jean, and the son James, who is employed in the R. F. C. at Vashington, D. C., spent the Christmas week-end at the Theo. J. Hutchison feome. B^tty and Jean remained, ajad will not return to Pes Moines till this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simmons, of the locals lost iby only a Tonight they will play tl cer Merchants on the home "floor beginning at S o'clock. Spencer is doped this year as a very good team, having won several games already. Roy Christensen returned to Macomb, 111., last week Wednesday, after Christmas with Mrs. Christensen and the son Bdbby here. Mrs. Christensen's 'mother, Mrs. M. J. Quinn, who had spent a few months with, a brother at Hull, came a week ago Saturday for several weeks with Mrs. Christensen and another daughter, Mrs. J. M Herbst. Laughlin Quinn, Woodstock, Minn,, returned to his duties in a lumberyard after Christmas here with his mother and sisters. .Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and their daughter Kathleen, returned last week Tuesday ifrom Wyman, a small town near Burlington, where they spent Christmas with the sorf Wallace. Wallace is managing a' stock farm, and two weeks ago he and his wife moved into a new home of their own. En route home ville junior college one year. "Hobo" Party is Given— Annette 'Sdhimmel was hostess at Falkenhainer. Guests of the club ere Mesdames Roy Christensen, M. J. Streit, and H. M. Smith. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets tomorrow, instead of ;oday,. with Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Mesdames Henry Guderian, . John McDowell, and Guy R. Mantor will be assisting hostesses. The Baptist Aid meets with Mrs. Samuel Medin .today; assisting lostesses, Mesdames Gordie Ogg, Verla Lowman, and Cora Bowman. Harry Greenberg entertained 18 friends at a bob-party last Thursday evening. Lunch was served at Behlmer's later in the evening. The Preslbyiterian Westminster Guild Circle meets at the church Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner Attended a recent card par.ty at Le- Hmrl Wildins, near West Bend. St. Benedict Services af. the local church for Christmas were held at '5:30 a. m., seven o'clock, 10:30 a. m. The Jos Harigs and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ripkey, of Ackley, spent Christmas with the William Arndor- fers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bickens, Algona, the Nick and Emil Arndorfers, and Betty Arndorfer were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Car- Friday, January 5. Last Showing of ''Little Women." Saturday Special—Double Feature January 6 Will James' famous book. a "hobo" party Friday evening. I The Methodist Aid meets 'for Saturday at 3 p. m.; hostesses I rol> of Han "a- Switch, for Christ- Imogene Hill, lLouise Smith, from Wyman the local Evans fam- Guests attended disguised as „ traveling family out of work, ragged, and hungry. Walter Richardson and Twilla Collinson impersonated the parents of a family of 20. They appealed for something to eat at the back door, and the hostess invited them into the living room, which for the occasion was a hobo camp. A "handout" was presented, after which there were games anc dancing and lunch was served. Mary Blaha Weds Algonian— Robert J. Bell and Mary Blaha were quietly married at .the Catholic parsonage at 7 Monday morn- ng (by the (Rev. Father Davern. Mr. Bell is an emiploye at the Kent garage, where he has worked for several years. The new Mrs. Bell was bookkeeper there five years till she resigned recently. The cou- Christmas there. her .son Roger C. R. Schoby & Son are now winding up their fourth year on the Mrs. Pauline Nonton-Worster half section on No. 169 six miles south of the fair grounds, where they will remain another year. They had 160 acres in corn last season and used 30 acres of it for silage, busk- ing 6,000 bushels. Mr. Schoby is corn sealer in Riverdale, Garfield, and Sherman. He has been dairying 15 years, and the Schoby firm is a leading patron of the Algona creamery, of which the elder Mr. Scfooby is a director. Under the management of Everett Ganwer, herdsman, formerly of Indiana, the Schoby herd of Holsteins has been making great progress. There are now a few desirable heifers and bull calves for sale. Here and There Feme Barton, 1933 Lu Verne high school graduate, has been accepted for student nu,rse training at the Methodist hospital, Sioux City, beginning next March, the News reports. Former Teacher Here Weds— Capitola Brindley, wiho has taught in the third grade here three years, was married December 24 at Chattanooga, Tenn., to W. «. Falckemer, engineer in the employ of the Goodrich tire company at Atlanta, Ga. Miss Brindley's home was at Washington, iowa, and while here she lived with Mrs. George H. Free. 'She is a graduate of the State Teachers college. Cedar Falls. Charlene Clement is Hostess— Charlene Jane, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clement, entertained Joan JJyons, Marjorie 1:16 luncheon today. Mrs. Henry Douglass and her division wil serve. Mrs. E. A. Schemel entertained at two tables of bridge last week Wednesday aifternoon. The high score was won by Mrs. J. L,, Bonar. The Presbyterian Ligiht Bearers meet at the church Saturday at l':30 p. m.; hostesses, Maxine and Wilma Moore. School Water Pipes Frogen. Whittemore, Jan. 2—'During the Christmas vacation the oil burner ait Presentation aca'demy was turned off and the water pipes and water works froze, causing about $500 damage. More Divorces in 1933. Eighteen divorces were granted during 1933 as against 13 for 1932. During 1932 there were only 99 marriage licenses granted, the difference probably caused by the five-day application law. mas. The John Grandgenetts drove to Carroll the day after Christmas to visit relatives. Alvina Meyer, Milwaukee, spent Start th- New Year with LONG'S Food Shop We know both will be pleased Long's Coffee at 19c My dad is the greatest guy in the world, says Jackie Cooper. It's a western. DICK POWELL ANN DVORAK PAT O'BBIEN Win the game at any cost was his slogan. It is thrilling, every foot. Tarzan Serial. A big 3-hour bargain program. All high class features. Saturday is the more for your money day. The First Big Hit of Sunday and Monday, January 7-8 The best picture delivered by Fox Studio in two years. PIOCOLI MARIONETTES Tender, heart-warming as "7th Heaven" story, music, spectacle, novelty! Also Ted Healy Musical Plain Nuts New Newg Money back if it's not a 100 per cent plus entertainment for you. •COMING—Flying Down to January 17-18-19. Rio Tuesday-Wednesday, January ».10 2 p. m. Matinee Tuesday. Coward's ultra spphisticated bit that has had the. cities agog for many months, FOR SAitiE—75 ACRES cornstalks. Hand picked.~A. B. Scbenck. p!6 WANTED—IFOUR-WHiEEk trailer. —A. iB. Schenck. 6j>16 WORK—NO REPAIR JOB in your home too small. Drop me a postal card.—Otto Nelson, W. Neb. St., Algona, vest of Tourist park. PUBLIC SALE At the Biddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, east of Northwestern tracks SATURDAY, JAN. 6, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP € We are listing stuff every day and at this time we cannot give a complete list of what will be on hand for this sale. We have one of the best assortments of Furniture yet offered in these sales, including dining room suites, living room suites, buffet, beds complete, Singer sewing machine, extra tables and chairs of all kinds. One KimtoaU piano, and 2 other godo pianos. iElectric radio, conplete. Twenty head of feeding hogs weighing from 100 to 125 pounds also there may be a few horses. One power siheep shearing machine, almost new, oil burner tank heater, four tires 30x3% two are almost new. W*OTB. Also some springing cow? and other live stock. Some good boars, all breeds, • * Bring what you have to sell and buy what you want. If you are looking for furniture or stock come and make this your sale. Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C* O f Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE —Also— EDDIE DUCHIM AKH BAND and World Musical Journey Exploring the Pacific. FREDRIC MARCH GARY COOPER MIRIAM HOPKINS EDWARD EVERETT NORTON ESIGN FOR LIVING* BOOUCTION Pvrtm o u n I fit flirt. I* Thursday and Friday, January ll.lt Hilarious Comedy! ^P^^^^V..,* picture n) r1;i 111 APoro mount

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