Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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6,1934, KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA ' Ik and was retii- ms first free day sion. His i" . t^ Entered the service at 6 fhan 28 years ago. Afre vears there he was Aieona. He now und -e will receive a $95 monthly, son-in-law, Lee substitute and is Casler route. Mr. till Mr. Cas- been a year and now lives with whryn. who is Mrs. , There are two daughters: Mrs. Lyle lack Algona, and M J Black, farming near M Algona route is also a substitute, Leo served since the ath of been Ward. understood that t of Lone Rock, would be ed, and that John Sprank, t of Lone Rock would be d to one of the Algona no official order to that been received here up ;no PAGE FTVH The L. Call Dickinsons returned I Sinulav to Des Moines Monday. affairs. Mr. Oberman is in tho cm-' Ploy of the Metropolitan. Life and' tho company formerly worked for here. Justice P. A. Hanson got home Friday from Fort Snclling, Minn., years ancmiii, suffered pernicious temporary sot- bark Tuesday morning and is be- till the effects ing kept wear off. Monday being Labor day the local grain offices were closed. Valeria Picked began work Monday at the Harrington & Lowe law offices. Attorney J. D. Lowe spent tho week-end with his mother at Ilivcri antl daughter Helen wont Falls, Wis. wither. Moulds Sunday The F. C, Zendcrs drove to Alexander, Minn., last turning Friday. Mr .and Mrs. H. where ho spent two weeks in a summer reserve army attending the world's fair. camp. Mildred Uytlicr training Dr. A. L. Hist, who has for someilcharge of his office during his ab- t'ears been afflicted with pernicious s once. Mrs. Walter Gorman and her children, Kathryn, Junior, and Uuth Ellen, returned Saturday from two weeks with relatives at Lem- Thursday, re- D. Hutchins went to Chicago Saturday night [or a visit till yesterday. Marguerite Skilling is teaching the 5th and Gth grades at Hayfield, near Garner, this year. Mrs. Wilfred Johnson, Irvington, underwent an appendectomy at the General hospital Friday. The Fred Ilyans, Webster City, home after Mrs. Roy Moulds, of Sioux City, | mon > s - D. Lemmon is in western "' ' " ' North Dakota, near the North Dakota line. Elwood Norton went to Lawton Friday to resume teaching. He had spent the last several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. The other Norton son Edmond goes to Ames soon to enroll as a sophomore. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward and daughter Jane returned last Thursday from Red Oak, where they had spending two weeks with the John Moulds. Iloy came for his family Saturday. Frances Lonergan, Des Moines, left yesterday after visits with friends hero and at Bancroft since Sunday. H c is assistant manager and pharmacist in a Walgreen drug store. Richard Coffin, Ruth Messenger, were Sunday guests of Mr. Ryan's sister, Mrs. F. D. Mathes. Ida Hawks, Milwaukee, sister of Mrs. E. J. Hodges, went home Saturday, after a month here. Jeannette Goeders returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where she had been since Sunday. Ambrose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Call, Des Moines, spent the week-end with local relatives. Dorothy Sellstrom leaves Sunday for St. Peter, Minn., to attend Gustavus Adolphus college again. Burdette Agard, who was reared Betty Jean Messenger, Kathleen I visitcd Evans, and Rodney Van Ness got Ward's I home Monday from Chicago, where they had spent the week-end at the world's fair. Doris Long went to Nora Springs Saturday to teach in the high school the coming school year. She taught there last year. Her mother, Mrs, A. L. Long, took her to Nora Springs. The M. H. Falkenhaincrs returned last, week-end from Court d' Orielles, northern Wisconsin, where they spent two weeks. Melzav caught and brought home an 18-lb. muskellunge. O'KEEFE II CAR COLLISION Sept. 5-Mrs. Oran ho helps manage 0'- the at Goldfield, attended the annual . Vau snn Rising left Friday even- Wright county there Friday. old settlers picnic , oil station north of town bad a bad accident Sun- ing, when her car was a car going east on that Keefe had backed away station, and was crossing g on the way to town, other car, driven by a es man, struck hers. She a severe gash in the fore- ch it took five stitches to d her left shoulder was Williams could not he lo- d Mrs. O'Keefe was taken uffalo Center hospital, ic received medical care. so suffering from shock of blood. Ceefe car was badly dam- le occupants of the other slightly cut, and their car Mrs. O'Keefe's husband •mer Algona barber who ates a shop here. Lamith Will ive First Long Rest in 28 Years The Anton Didriksens spent Sunday at Brltt, guests of Elnora Jacobson, who accompanied them here for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long spent last Thursday and Friday at Des Moines at the state fair. ing for Fort Wayne, Ind., to enroll in an electrical engineering school. several days with Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ward. Mr. Ward is a local high school teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helmors became parents of a son at their home Monday. Tho boy is the second child, the first being a girl. Mrs. Helmers, who was Florence Banwart, is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gep. W. Banwart. Mrs. Harry Swigart, her daughter, Mrs. V. Wash, both of Farmer City, 111., and the latter's daughters Betty and Sarah went home Saturday, after a visit since last week Tuesday with Mrs. Swigart's sister, Mrs. H. N. Mathes. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and tho former's mother, Mrs. Wm. Behrends, of Mountain Lake, Minn., uue alum uiir. •—_..-... A .. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass took from Ha ES post. , Swift manager, has the job more than 28 ith never a day off for but the time has now a lay-off on that account. e months he has not been lis best, and it has been. hat he is to spend the next four months as a gentle- eisure. named Teach is to come wa Falls Monday to take and Mr. Lamuth will th him next week. Mr. plans after that are as finite, but he expects to ome time with Minnesota the former's daughter Janet to Mankato Sunday to enter the Mankato business college. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Begg, Ames, and their son Ronald came Monday for a week with Mrs. Begg's sister, Mrs. William Pestotnik. The name of Eleanor Jacobs was called for the bank deposit prize at the Call theatre Tuesday night, but she was not present. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and her son R. J. took Bernice Harrington to Mankato Sunday to enroll in the Mankato commercial college. Bernice Hargreaves went to Charles City Friday to teach in the schools there. She has taught at Charles City the past four years. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst spent Sunday at the Mrs. M. G. Norton cottage near the Inn at the Okobo- jis. John Harrington, Norfolk, Neb., spent last Thursday and Friday with Mrs. T. P. Harrington. He was a nephew of the late Mr. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummings, Des Moines, were here from Saturday till Monday. Mr. Cummings still owns the Cummings store here. Editor H. B. Coleman, of the Lu Verne News, was an Algona visitor Friday. This is his sixth year at Lu Verne. His mother lives with him. Maude McBroom, principal of the state university experimental elementary school, came Friday for a week with her sister, Mrs. A, A Bishop. Robert Sellstrom began work last week at the Long Food Shop Mr. Behrends is brother and Mrs. He has had one year at Iowa State j spent the week-end with the Mayor college, but worked last year at tho " ~~ " Rising elevator. Marvin Cain and John Thompson, local railway postal clerks, went to Sioux City Monday to attend the ICth annual state Legion convention. They were delegates Gertrude Annitage spent the week-end and till Tuesday with or parents at Oelwein and with lends at Waverly. She is em- oyed in the national reemploy- ent office here. Gerald E. Hartshorn went to es Moines last Thursday evening i join Mr. Hartshorn, who is keep- g house for her father there. Mr. artshorn is looking for employ- cnt at Des Moines. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, son Ray- iond, and niece, Florence Kre- ensky, Iowa City, attended a Boev- •s family reunion at Fenton Sun- ay. This reunion is reported in 10 Fenton column. Bertha Kuchenreuther, R. N., re- urned to her work as office girl nd nurse for Doctor P. V. Janse "'uesday, after a week's vacation, he spent the week-end with riends at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Heidke, Es- lierville, are parents of a girl, born aturday. Mrs. Heidke was for- lerly Marie Webster, and this is heir third child. The Heidkes now ave one boy and two girls. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson anc Ar. and Mrs. I. G. Vincent spent Sunday at Tracy, Minn., with Mrs ohnson's mother, Mrs. J. Finne;an. Mrs. Finnegan came here with .amuth, who suffered a knesa a few years ago, is good health and will re- re to keep the children in taking the place of Vincent Hum an . aeronautica' who is attending school. Marion, Marjoric, and raduates to ke High School ommercial Work a high school graduates are lost-graduate work in the high school this year. The are all in the commercial ent, which covers typewrit- rthand, and bookkeeping. is the fact that three boys ie class. ed are Ila Leffert, Char- llton, Ida Hatpin, Esther sther Schmiel, Georga Ann John Bestenlehner, Mary Hudson, Bernard Yeoman, Parsons, and Zola Gid- ost-graduate class is larger t year's but not as large as wo years ago. Classes are •* morning at 8. The tui- reasonable. e& Bill'Pool Ml Opening Hilda Bliss, Washta, and Marion Ban laninghan, Fort Dodge, were re cent guests of the Rev. Raymon Kresensky. The V. B. Youngs, Mason City left Monday, after a visit since Sat urday with Mrs. Young's sister Mrs. H. B. White and Mrs. H. L McCorkle. C. B. Murtagh, state comptroller was here Friday night, en route t the Eighth and Ninth district democratic powwow at the Oko bojis Saturday. Mrs. C. F. Lathrop got horn Monday from two weeks with a sis ter at Ringling, Mont. Her nephew Kenneth Meusey, Storm Lake, ac companied her. Evelyn Hodges went to Oshkosh Wis., Sunday to teach English i high school. She had spent a to\ months with her parents, Mr. an Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan went to Cb cago Friday to spend a week at tn fair. Her son W. W. and Mrs. Su' livan, have been in the city since week ago yesterday. Mrs. I. L. Iverson, Clinton, "an her daughters Betty and Mary Lo went home Saturday, after a wee with the former's parents, Mr. an las & Bill's" billiard parlors, wed Saturday noon, did a !L-I 1 ! 688 that afternoon i were given aw- rivj "r," -" w D ° o1 tables was (We Smith is in charge of rail and Le ° Dahlhauser '• The eqiupmsnt and bus- r a L, rec( V ntly bou e n t at 8 auction by Alfred " Uliftm Fisher &.ud : of the interior' of done, including ""' ig, new clotl installation re- the re- C. F. Spechts. Mrs. Specht's Wm. Behrends is her mother. Mrs. Eva Diem and her children, Catherine and John spent the weekend with John Deim, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Deim, Shelby- vino, Ky., who had been there a eek, spent Saturday with the Deims here and took them to Swea .Mty. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. O'Haire r., Washington, D. C., are exacted today for two weeks with he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Their daughter Ann vho has spent tho summer here, vill return to Washington with hem. Delia Welter and her niece June •ludson, of Wesley, spent last Thursday at Des Moines. June expects to enroll in a business school here and they went to look ovei he schools. Delia is stenographei at the Van Ness & Stillmau law offices. he Johnsons for a week. Mrs. Raikes of Corydon, wen lome Friday after a week with her laughter, Mrs. Otto B. Laing. Mr nd Mrs. Laing took Mr. Raikes to i'ort Dodge Friday, and from there ihe went home on the train. Vernon, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, goes to South Bend, Ind., tomorrow to enroll as a reshman at Notre Dame univers ty. He was graduated from St ecelia's academy last spring. Edward Sherman, New York City arrived Monday for two weeks wit] lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C Sherman. He is employed in th research department of the Amer- can Telephone & Telegraph Co. June Adel Overmyer returns to Oskaloosa tomorrow to teach James Bishop is clerking at the Steele clothing store till Wm. F iteele returns from a hay fevei vacation in northern Minnesota this week-end. Lee Reed clerked las week but resigned to accept a job in a dry cleaning establishment a Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard daughter Lois, and Mrs. Barnard's brother, Bud Van Aron, took Grace Van Aron to Minneapolis Sunday and thence she went to Fargo, N. D., to teach sixth grade. She spent most of the summer with Mrs. Barnard, who is her sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb returned to the Okobojis Saturday, after a few days at home. They have spent the past summer at the Mil- the but will come home October 1. Mrs. Patch and Mrs. Chubb are sisters. Mrs. Anna Frankl and sons Thomas, Kenneth and Leo, returned last Thursday from Chicago, where they had spent several days. Mrs. Frankl vacationed last week from her duties as clerk at the Chris- chilles & Herbst store, and Kenneth from the Akre grocery store. Ruth Hutchison went to Rockwell City Saturday to again teach first grade in the schools. This is her fifth year at Rockwell City. Her sister, Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler, of Minnie Heet'land, and attended the annual Lakota Sauerkraut day Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, daughters Delia Mae, and Ellen, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Witham, Algona, left last Thursday for Valley City, N. D., to visit the Charles Withams. Austin and Charles are brothers. They were expected home this week Tuesday or Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Miller spent Sunday with the hitter's sister at Estherville and left there the latter's daughters, Donnabelle and Betty Merron, who had visited the Millers here. Donnabelle is beginning her second year in the Estherville junior college, and Betty is a senior in high school. The H. A. Tuttlcs spent the weekend at Des Moines, where Mr. Tuttle's mother is seriously sick at the Methodist hospital. On the way back Mrs. Tuttle and the daughter Marilyn stopped at Ogden to visit Mrs. Tuttle's parents. Mr. Tuttle will go back to Ogden and Des Moines this week-end. Mrs. F. W. Dingley is in Chicago for ten days. She accompanied the Wm. Nugents, of Chicago, home last week Thursday, of whom she will be a guest. Mrs. Nugent is a daughter of Mrs. Dingley, and she and her two sons spent the last two months here. William joined his family two weeks ago. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh took Mrs. Eugene Murtagh to Des Moines Fri- ay, and from there the latter went o Chicago for a week's visit. Mrs. lurtagh was accompanied home 'riday night by her daughter Jose- ihine, who visited here till Monday, osephine is employed in the office if the collector of internal revenue. Florence Kresensky, Iowa City, vho had visited her grandmother, VIrs. J. C. Kresensky, two months, vent home Monday with Bob Carin and Jack Snyder, Oskaloosa, vho came Sunday. Florence is the daughter of Mrs. Walter Kresensky, Iowa City, and she has attended the state university two years. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock are Barents of a new daughter. They lave one other child, a boy, John. Cenneth,, who is the son of A. H. Stock, Algona, is state editor of the Sioux City Journal. The elder Mr. Stock and his daughter Bernice returned Sunday from Sioux City, where they had been since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Flemming, Forst City, spent Monday with Don's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. The Flemmings were married August 4, and will go to housekeeping at Forest City October 1. Don is the son of W. R. Flemming, Forest City, former Algonian, and he travels for a shoe company at Milwaukee. Harriett Smith went to Ware Sunday to be principal of the high school and teach English, music and dramatics. She was graduated from Morningside college TKINITV I,I!THi;iUN, I'. J. Urn- nor, Pastor—Next Sunday: English service, 9 a. m. S. S. and Bible class, 10 a. m. The pastor will preach at 10:30 at Livermore. The Aid meets next week Thursday with Mrs. John Seip. FOURSQUARE GOSPEL, Daily and 3F«yers, Pastors—Tonight, 8, It Is Written; Saturday, 8 p. in., Divine Healing, subject, The Touchable Christ. Sunday afternoon, 2:30, Sons of God. Sunday evening, 7:45, A Friend Indeed. FIIIST LUTHUKAIf, M. A. Sjos- fraud, Pastor—Confirmation class Saturday, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school next Sunday, 10 a. m.; morning worship, 9 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN, C. Paul Carlson, Minister—Next Sunday: Sunday school at 10 a. m.; morning worship, 11. Attendance last Sunday morning was encouraging. It is hoped that everyone will plan to attend all services at this beginning of the new season. months as supervisor at Osoha of the Dunes camp for girls. Mary has spent the past few summers at this camp. After a few weeks at home she will go to Ann Arbor, Mich., where she will be a senior at the University of Michigan. Visiting recently at the Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman's were Mrs. H. E. Dewey, Hale Center, Kans., her son. Richard and daughter Flora, and Harry D. Francis, Min- eapolis. Mrs. Dewey, sister-in- aw of Mrs. Muhleman, and her hildren left last week Tuesday, ler's Bay hotel operated by Freeman Patches, of Hartley, Sioux City, last spring. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N A. Smith, farmers at the east edge of Algona. Ware is a small town west of Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stillman, Gary Ind., spent the first of the wee! with the latter's brother, H. M Vinson. Yesterday they went tc Omaha to visit Mr. Stillman's sis ter, and they will also visit hi parents at Gowrie and Mrs. Still man's father, John M. Vinson Spencer. Mr. Stillman has a tw< weeks vacation. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan ar parents of a boy, born Saturday a the Kossuth hospital. The Scan- lans have three other children, all French and Latin in high school. West Bend, took^ her to This is her fifth year there, spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vincent, San Rockwell She City. Ruth spent the summer with her mother, Mrs. R. P. Hutchison. Dr. and Mrs.'B. P. Grettie, Chl- Antonio, Tex., arrived Friday for a month with relatives and friends. nd Mr. Francis, a cousin of Mrs. .luhleman, also left the same day. George Hackman Jr. left Tuesday f his car for Knoxville, Tenn., to esume teaching electricity in the igh school. This is his ninth year here. He had been at home since mid-July. He attended the Univer- ity of Tennessee at Knoxville the irst part o£ the summer, and took vork towards a master's degree. <noxville is some 1400 miles from lere. Elsie Specht went to Springville ^riday to again teach In the chools. She spent the summer vith her parents, Mayor and Mrs. F. Specht-. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman, of Springville, who spent a few weeks with the Spechts, went home a week ago ast Thursday. Mr. Hoorneman is superintendent of schools at Springville. Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster went to lorwith Saturday to again teach in the schools. She spent the summer with her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth. The latter plans to remain here till cold weather sets in, and may then go to Denver to spend the winter with her foster-children, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wadsworth. The younger Mrs. Wadsworth was formerly Jean Bushnell. Mrs. Alfred Jergenson, of Plum Creek township, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vick and their two sons to Chicago Tuesday, and will visit relatives there. Mrs. Vick, who is Mrs. Jergenson's niece, and the sons had spent six weeks here, and Mr. Vick came Friday for a few days with the Jergensons before taking his family to their Rochester, N. Y., home via the world's fair. Prof, and Mrs. Oscar Rosewall Rouge. They will go home sometime next week-end. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned Saturday from several weeks with relatives and friends at Des Moines and Oskaloosa. She entertained over the week-end her sister, Mrs. Grace McDonald, Oskaloosa, and two nieces, Mrs. Albert Wade and Mrs. Lela Griffith, Des Moines. Mrs. Delle McDain, Bartlett, Neb., came Saturday from Des Moines, where she had been visiting and remained for a longer visit here. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjos- t.rand got home Saturday from their month's vacation, most of which was spent in the east. Mrs. Sjostrand's parents live at Kane, Pa., some 135 miles from Pittsburgh. They also spent some time at Jamestown, N. Y., which is on Chautauqua Lake, and on the way home they visited the world's fair, Mr. Sjostrand's parents at St. Peter, Minn., and relatives at Lake City, Minn. Fay Hopkins, of Glendale, Calif., came a week ago Monday to join Mrs. Hopkins and two daughters, who have spent the past month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moulds, and Mr. Hopkins' mother, Mrs. C. W. Hopkins. The Hopkins will visit here another two weeks before returning home. Fay is employed in the First National bank in Los Angeles. He served as district court clerk here before going west several years ago. Rita and Imelda Dooley went to Chicago Saturday night for a week with relatives and to see the world's fair. They were joined there by their brother William, of West Bend, Wis., and were to accompany him to Milwaukee, and then to West Bend, late this week. William is a designing engineer for the Pick Mfg. company, which makes automobile accessories. Imelda is deputy county recorder, and Rita was graduated from St. Cecelia's academy last spring. Arlene Brethorst, Sexton, A. H. S. senior, got home last week-end from a tour in the east with her brother, P. H. Brethorst, Buffalo Center, his wife and daughter Verna Jean. They visited a sister of Arlene and P. H. at Buffalo, N, Y., drove to Niagara Falls, thence into Ontario, and en route home attended the world's fair. At Slbley, 111., they attended the funeral o£ their grandfather, Peter Von Brethorst, 97, who died suddenly while they were visiting there. Arlene la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Brethorst, Sexton. F. C. Fritzemeier, Lu Verne, spent Friday here, and called at the Advance office. He and Mrs. Frltze- meier have three daughters, but none are at home now. Hulda, the eldest, is visiting at Washington, D. C.; Esther left Monday for Lena, 111., where she teaches in high school; and Marie left last Thursday for Warsaw, Wis., where she teaches kindergarten. Hulda recently met Mrs. Roosevelt. MTV Fritzemeier, a former west of Lu Verne farmer, lost a foot in an accident before he retired, but now, gets around satisfactorily on an artificial foot. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Berls, of Chicago, and Dorothy Hutchison, Evanston, 111., came last Thursday, for a week's stay. Mrs. Berls, who 1 , is the former Marjorie Bowyer, and her husband are visiting friends, and Dorothy is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. Dorothy is employed in the Northwes-J tern university library. The Berla spent the week-end at the Okobo- jis. Mr. Berl is branch manager! the New York Equitable Life atJ Chicago. Mrs. Berls said her mother, Mrs. Nellie Bowyer, Hollywood, Calif., was recovering from an automobile accidenr reported recently, in which ribs were fractured. 354 Register in H. S. Opening Day) Algona high school enrollment! this year reached a new peak, wheni 354 students appeared Monday, the opening day. Last year the number, was 332, but by the end of the year! 20 had dropped out, leaving 312j The junior high school attendance! is also up, with 150 students en« rolled. Four hundred pupils are' enrolled, in the grammar grades 11 to 6. The total registration. Monday was 956, but more are expected* NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT ^•M—ii—ii.—11.—ii—ii^—1.1^— ii ii iii--iii in i Hi ii ij...m nil ii i iiiimnii ii'inu M™^*§| Call Theatre Wednesday-Thursday Sept. 5 and 6 COUNTY FAIR SPECIAL! girls: Betty. June Ann, and Virginia Lou. This is the first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Scanlan, Rock Valley, who were expected here Tuesday to make the acquaintance of the new baby. home Mich., where she spent the last two Mary Janice Rice came Saturday from Frankfort, and son Robert, of Baton Rouge, La., are visiting the professor's mother, Mrs. Chas. Rosewall. Rosewalls got home Friday The from Blue Earth, Minn., where they had visited several days with the H. R. Rosewalls. Mr. Rosewall is professor of antomology at the Louisiana state university at Baton vsst cago, went home Sunday after visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mrs. Grettie spent Delia Welter drove Johnson. | to Des Moines Monday to take her niece, June Hudson, Wesley, there to enroll in the American Institute of Business. Miss Welter is stenographer for Van Ness & Stillman. Fred Oberman, Burlington, is spending the week here, visiting friends and looking after business Mrs. Grettie is the former Edris Vohs. Mrs. Tom Dailey and her daughters Dorothy and Maxine returned Sunday from Lakota with Mr. Dailey, who drove up Saturday to bring them home. The Daileys visited Mrs. Dailey's mother, Mrs. for ' Seifert - Gunder peanut Morning. B i— ha s V^auta some grow 40 into She this hills the do. 1V11 O( I"* •*• fcJ*Ai»V*« week Tuesday from a week at neapolis and Chippewa Fall Minn., and Eau Claire, Wis., with relatives and friends. Mrs. D. H. Goeders and her daughter Helen returned yesterday from Chicago, where they had spent ten days with relatives and attended the world's fair. Mrs. James Biggins, Fort Dodge, and her granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain, went home Friday, alter a few days with Mary Catner- ne's father, Marvin Cain. John Shilts returned to Mason lity Friday, after spending a cou- pleof dSs with his father Frank Shilts, the barber. He is attending the Hamilton business college. Mrs. S. J. Backus and daughtei Eleanor went to Des Moines Sun day after two weeks here. Bleanoi will resume her school work at tne American Institute of Business Bernice Stock returned Saturday after a week in Chicago, and Monday went to Eagle Grove to again teach physical education. Ibis is Bernice's fifth year at Eag e, Qiove. Mrs. Ida Minkler, who has been patient at the Kossuth hospital five and a half weeks, will be» tak en to the home of her daughtei, Mrs! H. D: Hutchins, this week-end Lee Eeed went to Blue Sunday to begin work m Cleaning establishment formerly employed as for the Modern Dry Ciders here. Earth a dry He was relief man Appetizing Sunday Dinner EVERY NIGHT Except Sunday Beer Service in Dining Boom DANCING Every Night Orchestra Saturday Free Parking No Cover Charge Privacy Comfort E AT YOUR SUNDAY dinner in an attractive newly decorated dining room with pleasant efficient service. Menu September 0 Melon Cocktail or Soup- Beef Bouillion-Crouton's Spring Chicken, fried country style Grilled Lamb Chops—Mint Jell Roast Prime Ribs of Beef—Au Jus Omelette with Chicken Giblets Whipped Potatoes Flemish Carrots or Combination Vegetable Salad Hot Dinner Rolls Peach Gem with Whipped Cream Green Apple Pie, Cheese Chilled Watermelon Fruit Jello a la Mode Cream Cup Custard Caramel Sundae—Cake Coffee Tea Iced Tea Milk 50c HOTEL ALCONA Open 8 p. m. till 12 p. m. STYLE AND VALUE MASTERPIECES IN FALL'S SMARTEST MODES FINE WOOL DBESS SEASON'S HIGH FASHION 11.75 19.5O Greet the new Autumn Season with ; a wardrobe including one of these adorable new dresses. New colorr ings and new styles. Matinee 11. o'clock and. every two hours day and night. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 7 and 8 Special, show starts at 11 o'clock and every two hours day and night! New Shoes New Bags New Gloves New Hose Are Here SMART BLACK SATIN EABLY FALL FASHION 11.75 19.50 The very epitome of all that's young and smart for crisp Fall days and afternoon affairs. Afternoon dresses with clever jackets. FOX RELEASE BIG COUNTY FAIR SPECIAL FOR THE FAMILY Be sure the kiddies see this one Saturday Evening Post story. unday and Monday, Sept, 9 and 10 $2.00—Admission—$2.00 Iriterion Theater, New York City* Regular admission here. , . It's grand! Burn 'Em Up Barnes Serial. Get Frankle Darro Stamp Book free. VAUDEVILLE Little Norma Leeney •—and— Tap Toe and Acrobatic Dancing. Tuesday, September 11. C.VLE TALBOT JOHN KAUIOAV News Charlie Chase Comedy It Happened One Night. Weduosday-Thursday-Friday September 12-18-14 A FOX Picture with MADELEINE CARROLL FRANCHOT TONE Produced by Winfield Stieehan Dlr«ciori . John Ford Author; B«rkel*y Don't Miss It

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