Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1934
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COSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA I <• 'J 'I f ipft Monday to rfcordla Sem- irrn j. s nore ' Fort ^Sunday dinner guests t the Goed- t Sunday with her l, E n ft e r w'clerk at the store. She began ' spent Sunday ests of Dr. and Mrs. l hg eii the latter a niece. Eon, Virginia Good, P and "Bud" Van Ar,' the fair at Spencer tmasterOlenRaney 'and the daughter lent Monday and Tues- Donovan got Storday tram Chicago, 7 ha !1 been since Friday fthlendorf, Chicago i Sunday, after a visit laughter, Mrs. D. H. nee June. Mrs W. W. Sullivan and ,'smother, Mrs. J. W ^turned Saturday from t Chicago. i Sarchett went to Cedar lay to attend the I. S.T int the summer with his |y, V. Naudain. ! p Christiansen was . a week ago Satur..Jester, where she had [reeks been a patient. iliam Hagerhorst, Eagle j Mrs. A. K. Cliff, Ames [is last week Wednesday • of Mrs. J. L. Bonar |Mrs. Ralph Hofer, Good. children spent Sunday r. H. L. McCorkles. Mrs |,Mrs. McCorkle are sis- Ikley, Mason City, was a T. P. Harrington |d that night attended a he Country club club [ Hough goes to Grinnel Iday to attend Grinnel t a freshman. She is the fcf Mr. and Mrs. E. J [ Miller spent Monday a buying permanen for her Behlmer beauty candy Algona Girl to Marrv ••••••^— ••———_ J S. C., left for home Monday, after two weeks nere with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain, and his brother, V. V. Naudain. Glenn is dean of the chemistry department in a state college in South Carolina. Arthur Helberg, who runs a garage across the street, west from the courthouse, is at the Mayo clinic at Rochester, and Mrs. Helberg is with him. He has had diabetes for some years, but takes good care of himself and as a rule maintains good health. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. I'uth, the latter s sister, Mrs. Louis Bode, Mrs node's (laughter Kathryn, and Mrs. W. II. Uyno, Fort Dodge, sprint Saturday at Mason was a guest till women's parents, John Lamuth. Mrs. Ryno Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. JESSIE, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe, Algona who will »* be married next Sunday at Mason City to John J., son of Mrs. Robert M. Witwer, Mason City. This picture appeared in Sunday's Des Moines Register. from Sioux City, where he is working for the state planning board. Mrs. L. E. Potter and her sister, Mrs. Belle McCain, Bartlett, Neb., went to Shaller Friday to visit Mrs. Potter's son, Dr. Ray Potter, and thence Mrs. McCain was to go home. She had been here a week. Mrs. Potter will be away a few weeks, and expects also to visit her son, Dr. L. D. Potter, Storm Lake. S. W. Russell, Tama, spent last week with his daughter, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hoover, Mason City, and their daughter Helen, visited the Bu- chanans from Friday till Sunday. Mrs. Hoover is a sister of Mrs. Buchanan. Mr. Russell went to Mason City with the Hoovers, and thence went home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Blinkman, Lu Harvey Wadsworth, son of the Verne, Minn., and their children ! late Jos - W. Wadswortb, is sick in plrs. Win. Dehnert took i daughter, Mrs. Samue [home to Mason Git i She bad spent severa •origan, Spencer, spent Ire with Mrs. Horigan. flrsch, Woodstock, Minn., guest of her sister, jMrs. Ralph Brown and Irs. Don M. Stiles return- from Chicago, where en( j.' Isabel and Harry, spent Monday and Tuesday at Mason City, observing the Jewish New Year. Mary Elizabeth Foster returns to Mt. Vernon Sunday to enroll at Cornell college as a sophomore. Mary attended there last year. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster will take her to Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Myron Hill, Fort Dodge, and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Daly, spent last Thursday here, attending the county fair. The Hills are former Algonians, and Mrs. Daly is the former Shirley Hill. Margaret Habegar went to Meservey Monday to begin teaching. She was graduated from a two year elementary course at the I. S. T. C. Cedar Falls last spring. Meservey is southwest of Garner. Betty Linstroth and Pierce Weln- ton, Minneapolis, spent last Thursday with the C. N. Aalfs family. Mrs. Aalfs and Betty were formerly employed together by the Northwest Bancorporation. Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Haase, Woolstock, their four children, and the Andrew Hansens, Titonka, were Sunday guests of Mrs. John Caughlin. The Haases, who are former Al- gonians, now farm near Woolstock. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg went to Davenport Sunday for a short visit with relatives en route to Chicago, where H. M. will buy dry goods for Chrisehilles & Herbst. They are expected home this week- fcpent a few days attend- prld's fair. [Mrs. Jos. Greenberg re- riday from bad been Rochester, since last lay. Mr. Greenberg went i Mayo clinic. (Bud ) Quinn, Wood- spent Sunday here, er Philomena, who for him, accompanied ,atter a week here. "'s. W. D. Andrews re«day from Ktrksville, 1 they had gone Sunday ;the funeral of a friend, ', Pierce, St. Louis. •Mrs. George L. Free, her and George's mother, ie H, Free, spent Sunday • J -3 with the latter's . H. Thompson. "• J. Braner was a For- 1 Lake Mills caller last The Rev. H. R. Wredo, l his daughter visited i last week Tuesday. . Rice and her daughter " spent yesterday with Eagle Grove. Mary next week for her V at Ann Harbor, Mich. and Mrs. Woito, Lu I looking after business > Monday. Mr. Woito re|a serious sick spell, but f good physical condition [Mrs H, w. Pletch and fen, Billy and Joan, re- May from Minneapolis, f. Had been since Friday, '•and Mrs. Otto Falken. Mrs, John Jordan, El; and their son John left »week ago Saturday, af- " a naif months with II s mother, Mrs. John Mary Biggins returned last week Wednesday from Dubuque, where she had spent two weeks with rel- itives. She is housekeeper at the St. Cecelia rectory, and during her absence Gladys Matern was in :harge. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars took heir daughter Margaret 10 Cedar ""alls Saturday to begin her second .ear at the State Teachers college.,proprietors of an ice cream cottage The Vigars attended a picnic reun-jon west State, and Gladys is em- and her baby daughter Betty left \ here. They looked after harvesting or home last Thursday, after three weeks with the former's sisters, Mrs. Bert Deal and Sue Morlan, and their mother, who lives with i f rey's mother, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey. he Deals. | Mr - and Mrs - W illiam Engel, Da- Mr. and' Mrs. J. H. Bailey, Mason venport, and their daughters Flor- ity, two children, and Mr. and;ence and Helen went home Satur- Mrs. Elmer Cox, Sac City, were, day, after a week with Fred Engel, Sunday guests of Mrs. Bailey's; mechanic at the Wra. C. Dau gar- mother. Mrs. C. W. Hopkins. The j age. The Engels were guests of the Coxes are cousins of the Hopkins Daus, and they also visited at Swea Mrs. R. W. Wehler and ' Mr. and Mrs. John Shirley have Wehler, took Peggy Wehler to her home at Omaha Sunday. Peggy, who is Raymond's daughter, had spent the past summer with her C. Puth will . a r. ,. . . WallH .,i n move to Britt next week. Mr. Puth Dr. Glenn G. Naudain, his daughter, •,,r'-"" i; 'd, to her home IMlnn., Sunday, after she n.M P arents tw ° weeks, is the former Ver- !ri S ' w ?° teacl »es third of Sunday on a _ ance ° mces . is She and h Backus Mrs, Green- is foreman of a Northwestern Bell telephone construction crew which is being transferred from Lakota to Britt. Mrs. Puth is the former Esther Lamuth. The Rev. Myron M. Sackett will conduct a special meeting at the Four Square gospel tent next Monday evening at 8. He is state divisional officer for the Four Square Gospel, and will conduct a missionary meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J..M. Herbst went to Chicago Sunday, and are expected home tomorrow. Mrs. Herbst, who is employed at the Christensen store, is having a week's vacation, and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle is substituting. Mrs. Theo Hutchison and the children got home Monday from Des Moines, where they had spent several days with Mr. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. Murtagh accompanied them here for a week's visit. The P. J. Niichols, the Nick Wall- riches, and the Anton Streits, all of Ashton, and the Nick Streits, of Stacyville, Minn., spent Sunday with the Anton Streits, and all had a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call 1 state park Sunday noon. Coach Arthur Nordstrum of St. Cecelia's academy, has nearly 25 men out for football, and nearly half are letter men. The prospects for a good team this year are excellent. Mr. Nordstrum has so far employed blocking and tackling. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosewall, Baton Rouge, La., and their son Robert left for home yesterday, after a visit Oscar's mother, Mrs. Chas. Rosewall, during the last month. Mr. Rosewall is an instructor in the state university at Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Gladys Rising, and Raymond Jones drove to Chicago Monday for a week's vacation. The Andersons are spent Sunday with Mr. Blinkman's mother, Mrs. Lenore 'Peck. He has the Ford agency at Lu Verne. They took Mrs. Blinkman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Behnke, Whittemore, home with them for a visit. Rex K. Nelson, Senator Dickinson's secretary, spent the weekend with his parents at Corydon. He leaves this week-end for Washington, D. C., where he works for Mr. Dickinson during the day and attends night school classes at the George Washington university. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Haire Jr., Washington, D. C., their daughter Ann, and Mrs. O'Haire's sister, Alice Rist, leave tomorrow for Washington. Ann had spent the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist, and her parents came for her two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Closson, Mason City, and their two children went home last Thursday, after a visit here since the preceding Monday. The Clossons brought home Mrs. Closson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig, after a visit several days with relatives at Mt. Auburn. Three appendectomies have been performed in the last week at the Kossuth hospital. Herman De Boer, Wesley, was the patient Friday; Cletus Door, St. Benedict, Tuesday; and Charles Trepstar, Algona, yesterday. A tonsillectomy was performed yesterday on Leila Smith, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Rist, Spokane, and their children, Lawrence and Marilyn, arrived Tuesday for bank at Long Beach, but month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice 1 Cedar Rapids, spent the week-end with the Donald C. Hutchisons, and Mrs. Hutchison and her Joan accompanied them visit Mrs. Hutchison's Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulze, a few weeks. The Hutchisons' other daughter Nancy has been at Cedar Rapids with her grandparents during the last few weeks. Mr. Pew is democratic candidate for judge at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Hopkins, Glendale, Calif., and their two daughters leave for home today from Ames, where they will be taken by Mr. Hopkins' sister, Mrs. William Hawcott, and her husband, wife and the daughters had spent a hospital at Denver with kidney troubles and complications. Mrs. Wadsworth, the former Jean Bushnell, and Mr. Wadsworth were expected here within the next few weeks, and Mrs. Jos. W. Wadsworth had expected to accompany them home for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark le- turned last Thursday from a week of fishing at Wabedo, Little Boy, and Leech lakes in northern Minnesota. They were joined at a cottage at Lake Wabedo by Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Ames. The fishing was fair, the group catching enough pike, pickerel, and bass for eating and to bring home. In his last week's Garner Herald, Frank Clark, former Algonian, told of a visit to the world's fair. He was accompanied by his wife, the former Mamie Chapin, Algona, and by Carl Roe, Garner grocer, former Wesley druggist, and the latter's wife, also by the Clark son "Billy," naval academy senior who was returning early to Annapolis for football practice. The Rev. and Mrs. J. Robert Hoerner and their daughters Miriam and Janet Ruth got home last Thursday after five weeks spent at Chicago, Clinton, and Ackley. Mr. and Mrs. Hoerner spent two weeks of their vacation in a hospital at Clinton, where they had major operations, and meanwhile the two daughters visited their grandmother, Mrs. H. Wessels, Ackley. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird, Sioux Falls, arrived from the east Friday, and visited till Sunday with Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove and Mrs. Ella Laird, two months with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds, and with Fay's mother, Mrs. C. W. Hopkins, and Fay had been two weeks. court clerk here, and is now ployed in a bank. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill got home last week Wednesday from Hutchin son, Kans., where she had taken a daughter Jane a week before to attend junior college. En route to Hutchinson Jane fell out of the car when it was going 40 miles an hour, and was badly bruised. The accident happened near Davis City. Jane tried lease a bl around her. Mrs. Eugene Nevflle, who had been a patient in a Kansas City hospital a few came home with Mrs. Hemphill. Jos. Shaben is at home for few days, but expects to leave soon for Puyallp, Wash., where his brother George, who suffered a stroke two years ago, is now low. 50 his has a 1. Pew, reek-end ons, and laughter ack to parents, e, a few ' other it Cedar nts dur- Pew is udge at s, Glen- daugh- y from aken by William . Fay's id spent jr's par- Moulds, s. C. W. m here district aw em- ot home m Hut- lad tak- c before 3n route t of the miles an sed. The vis City. r to rewrapped Neville, a Kan- weeks, nphill. for a FAIR (Continued from page 1.) be more room for vegetables, grains, art work, and other things in Floral hall. Concession Men Pleased. The number of concessions necessitates some new arrangement for next year. All that were here this time announced intention of returning. The concessions did an excellent business this year. The carnival wanted to sign a contract for next year's concession before it pulled out Sunday. The project for a new gate at he northwest corner of the grounds is being carefully investigated. A really imposing gate may be built. If this change is made the midway will be run from the new gate to the grandstand, and the present entrance gate will be used as an exit gate. Exhibits Extraordinary. In exhibits this year's fair exceeded anything in previous years in the livestock barn, but because of drought early in the growing season corn and grass exhibits were below par in number. Other lines such as vegetables were similarly effected. The three ball games furnished plenty of thrills for fans. Lotts Creek beat Titonka, 3-0, in Tuesday's game. Wednesday's games were rained out. Thursday Fenton won from Bode, 3-1, and Bancroft from Aleona. 5-2. in two fast PAGE SEVEN. Sig Haugdahl in auto races. All free hippodrome attractions were given enthusiastic applause by grandstand audiences, and the Revue of 1934, Kossuth talent, w«nt over in a big way with evening crowds. Tap dancing and acrobatic acts by groups from Algona, Whittemore, and Bancroft were a surprise to many, who had not' known that performances of such' excellence were available in this county. George left here more than years ago. Mr. Shaben and hildren maintain a custom of get- ing together every summer. This eason they were at Empire, Wis., vhere they had a lakeside cottage. Lilian, who teaches at Ithaca, N. r., Irene, teacher at East Lansing, Mich., and Margaret, a college in- tructor, with Lee, their brother, vere all there. Lee, who is an adding machine expert mechanic, s now stationed at Detroit, and his ather plans to live with him after eturning from Washington. Boy Hurt in Fall. Bernard, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Union town- on of the Vigars family at Eldora unday. Mrs. Paul Parkin, Brazil, ployed at Chrisehilles & Herbst's. The George W. Godfreys, Ames, Ind., went home Tuesday, after a month on their farm and spent several days fishing in northern Minnesota. They were guests here of Mr. God- ITU. UUU 1V1IB. XV. >T. 1VC11101 uuu T«l.«ortT1 the former's mother, Mrs. F. W. | moved into he George Johnson randmother. Mr. and Mrs. L. house on west North street. They had lived till Saturday with John's parents, County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley. John is operating a radio shop in the Railway Express office. You'll Feel Satisfied In a Marlene Special The Arlene A smart new style featuring gabardine vamp, black patent quarter and cuff. Also the new slender ized but comfortable boulevard heel. en days with Mr. Rist s parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Hist. They will ilso visit Mrs. Rist's parents at Eldora. Mrs. Rist is the former Miram Petty, who taught in the Algona schools. Loretta Howie, bookkeeper at the Kent garage, is having a two weeks vacation. Shft. accompanied D. W. Erickson to Rhinelander, Wis., Sunday for the week with Mrs. Erickson, who is visiting her mother there. Next week Mr. and Mrs. Erickson and Loretta will be in Chicago. William F. Steele, Lawrence Misbach, and John Mulroney, Mallard, jot home early Saturday morning from Two Harbors, Minn., where they had camped 14 days during the hay fever season. They were two miles from town. The same young men have made this trip together for several years. T. A. Trauger was a business visitor at Des Moines Monday, and brought his son Bob to Algona for a few days' visit. Bob is a sophomore at Ames this year, and he returned to Ames yesterday. Donald Trauger came early in the week .neir mothers respectively. They lad been away for some weeks, and .heir son Ray Jr., who accompanied .hem to the east, remained at the Severn boys' preparatory school, near Annapolis. Mrs. Cosgrove accompanied the Lairds to Sioux Falls Sunday for a week's stay. Mrs. Rose Grose left yesterday :or her home at Minneapolis, after a week with Mrs. R. E. Brown and other old friends here and elsewhere in the county. The Groses lived here 20 years or more ago, and Mrs. Crose's husband was P. R. Grose, once a barber at Burt, brother of B. F. Grose. Mrs. Crose's maiden surname was Chrisehilles, and before marriage she lived at or near Fenton. Elizabeth Fosholt, Long Beach Calif., former Algonian, callec briefly on friends here early last week. She was employed in the Algona State bank many years During an Iowa visit she and her sister Isabelle are making headquarters at Mason City. They expect to visit the fair in Chicago also their former home at Rudd Elizabeth is now employed in a snip, suiterea a oroKen Done in nis left arm just above the wrist Saturday, when he fell in the yard. The bone was set at the Kossuth hospital. Airplanes Build your own model airplanes that really fly. Special price on 12-in. models, 2 for 35c. 19-in. Scorpions, 80c. Place orders now for a model kit just like the county fair winner. This 27-in. plane will be on the market as soon as I can get the blueprints. Complete kit, no extras to buy, $1.25. This model built, guaranteed to fly, $3.00. GEORGE W, PEDLEY care Chas. Nolte, S. Worster St. Algona. WANT TO BUY COW, coming fresh soon; also junked Fordson tractor. — Howard Witham. 13p52 games. The horse races were speedy both Tuesday and Thursday, and two state records for a half mile dirt track were set Friday by Want Ads WANT TO BUY ON CONTRACT monthly plan, modern or mostly modern 6-room house, garage, and garden, desire location toward northeast part of city, purchaser in business and a responsible party.—Please inquire Advance office. 33p52 FOR SALE—BLACK FACE BUCK, some good ewes.—C. E. Detrick, Algona. 12u52 Ju Ju tj /me HATJ A clever man realizes *liat a woman often gives him more credit for what covers his head than for what is in it! The famous LEE <"&* WATER-BLOC-the lightest of light weight felts! Wear it any shape — any manner. Available in the season's smartest colors. Featured at $£•* other Lee Hats $3.50 Hub Clothiers NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT Call Theatre Wednesday, Thursday, Friday September 12-13-14 JOAN AN M.G-M PICTURE CLARK Wherever young fashions count you'll see these ]SJ e w Knits * * * Trim, trig, and tailored, here are woolen frocks that _will score high at every wearing. You need several to see you smartly through the season. Plaids - Stripes - Combinations - Mixtures Read by 10 million people. Through three generations. Worthy successor to "Smilln 1 Thru," and "Little Women." —Also— BEBNICE CLAIRE T. HARVEY MURRAY in "Who is That Girl" Romantic operetta, glorious singing. Hew News. Saturday Special, September 15 0 people—KOAD SHOW—10 people "The Scandals of 1984" DENVEK DARLING of Stage and Badio HALL SISTERS Stars of Geo. White's Scandals NEWTON & SMELTZ Comedians JEHI NELSON Bines Singer 3 BANJOES—FAST AND FURIOUS MELODY and Parker HAVE A HE ART UNA MERKEL 'ERWIN New, just released—for the family, Burn 'Em Barnes Serial Wednesday-Thursday, Sept 19-20 Sunday, September 16 Matinees, 1-8, nights 5-7-9 ROAD SHOW 10 Feople 10 People and TED FRORITA AND HIS BAND You know that means wonderful music. You also know you will get it all with Western Electric Wide-Range Sound. No cutting off at 4500 cycles. We carry through to 10,000 cycles. • New News Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 17 & 18 VRGMA • BRUCE-OJVE JAN EYR DICK RUBY HEELER JOAN BLONDELL Friday and Saturday, Sept 21-22 Gene Stratton Porter's "A Girl of the Limberlost" ] LOUISE DRESSER • «" FRANK MORGAN ""! _^ MARIAN MARSH HENRY WALTHAL Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday September 28-24-25 a* WOW, GARY COOPE1 CAROLE LOMBARD SHIRLEY TEMPLE .); ^ 1 4 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday September 26-27-28

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