Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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The doctor, who is a veterinarian, Is a nephew of Mrs. Cady. Karl, son of a former sheriff and Titonka with his parents. Mrs. 1'ei.or Murtha was taken to lear i, ;l k c Sunday to spend this jMrs. (.',. C. Samson, was an Algona week with her son Frank. I visitor briefly Monday. lie was go- F. Twogood left Tuesday to re- I inR through here on a business -'-'--• • •- • i •-•'-- Ho now lives at St. Paul. The I "I" 110 his work at Los Angeles. Mrs TV . „ IJwogood will join him l.itnv Mrs. ('. L. Ditlmer, of the Good j lopo neighborhood, who had f ov the more than two years been in failing health, died last week Wednesday. She had boon bedfast only ten (hv I days. Services were •jfamily IcCt Algona in 3002. Mrs. Raymond Vogel, Ann Arbor, ing Mrs. Hutchison's parents. Mr. Hutchison will bring his family home Sunday. The Hutchisons moved from Cedar Rapids to Algona last spring. Mr. and Mrs. Georeg Holtzbauor and the latter's daughter, Lorraine Tierney, spent Sunday with Mrs, Bernard Tierney and her children at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk accompanied the Holtz- bauers and spent the day with relatives. Raymond is employed at the Holtzbauer plumbing shop. Mrs. Lemuel Stockwell, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. E. R. Purington, Linden, S. D., left. Monday for Ragle Grove, where they are visiting brothers and sisters. Mrs. Stockwell will come back after a week there for further visits with [local old friends. Mrs. Purington Ksthcrvillc, were guests till Monday at 11. II. Miller's.' U. Wane Collins was at Des Monies Mondu Kaihryn, teacher ot'J Mif:l1 ., spent Saturday with her No. 4 Union school, Friday. |niece, Mrs. U. W. Wehlcr. She came will go home from Eagle Grove" Donna Belle and Hetty Merron, (here Hist Thursday, but is now vis- from Fri-,il!nK -it Wesley with Mrs. Welilor's 'mother, Mrs. Ann Kunz. Mrs. E. W. Evans and her son Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young, Mason City, and her sons Bob and Ted spent Sunday with the Dr. H. L. McCorkles and the Elmer Jasper- of Mrs. McCorkle and Elmer. Richard Shackelford went to In- Burt cemetery. Horn in Delaware Co. Mrs. Dittmer's maiden name was Hose Morgan, ana she was born April 21, 18C8, near Groclcy, Delaware county, the daughter Hcrnadine Barnes, Helen Goed- ors, and Norman Walker spent Sunday at Mankato with Herbert French. Mr. .and Mrs. Clarence Phillips, their '---'• - -of Mr I"""' baby ' and Mr> and Mrs - A ' and Mrs. Arie Morgan:" There she ! pS!?U" 8| ,' ont - Sunday !lt lhe prow up and took part in *he ac- I D m- tivities of the neighboring towns of • K_roup of Algona fishermen are Manchester high school Mr. and Mrs. W. F. and was graduated from the gona high school last spring. Among relatives who spent the week-end at C. H. Clement's were Shackelford, i Mrs. Tom Clement, Mrs. L. Clement, Al- Archie Smith, Mrs. Harrry Curran, 'and her children, of May Tali Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver drove Wausha, Minn.; Ruby and Edith . . . . , to Ames Saturday for a visit tillj rurran ' F °rest City; and Fred and Sunday at their daughter Mrs. R. Wllllam Heath, Rockwell City. Mrs. ,_ a A 1\T n., ----- •»«• --- /-n ---- __,. .. ,_ E. Mcn/.el s, and Mrs. Menzel and her son Ralph Hugh came here with the Weavers for two weeks. Earl Hesley, manager of the mid- continnnt nit comment o,l from Friday till brother Robert, of Britt. and she tian church, but later ship was transferred to the Methodist church, of which she was still a member at death. Mr. and Mrs. Ditlmer were married March 10, 18fM and till 18')0 ! farmed near Colesburg Then they !^° Jn™ 6 ™m U ^ ay night l came to this county and had ever WI>0 '° •""" 1 v "° ' -* since lived on the farm in Good Hope community which is still the family home. Mother of Five Children. Five children were born: Gladys Marie, Grace Muriel, who died in Planning a jaunt to northern Min- ! ^ ™?< r ™ £fe a " endTe l^ Presbyterian Assembly Falls Saturday and at Iowa A. M. Curran, Mrs. Clement's mother remained for a further visit. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Erickson and Loretta Howie are expected home Saturday. Mrs. Erickson has spent abel Hutchison. Mr. Drummond was one of the Chicago teachers who had to wait many months for their pay and got it recently federal loan to the city. out He of a was here when announcement made that the checks were ready, but the school authorities wouldn't mall it to him and he had to make a special trip to Chicago to get lb NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT Weiliipsdnr-Tiinralny, Sept. 10-20 lAOGHABlE?JjpVAfllE : MUSICAl ROMANCE Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday September 26-27-28 Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22 Gene Stratton Porter's "The Girl of tlio Limberlost" LOUISE DRESSER MIRIAM MARSH FRANK MORGAN Grand family entertainment. were L. W. Keith, Sunday. They I a m 011 *- 11 a t Rhinelander, Wis., with Harvey Cole-1 her m °ther, and Mr. Erickson and i i ----- * man - W. T. Prosnell, H. N. Kruse, I Loretta went to Rhinelander two had as guest G „ Ho(| and 3 R wheelock weeks ago. The three have been at yesterday his Mr and MrB- E _ w , Lusby took Edward Sherman, New York City, after ,,„ „ r Vmsons s P en t Satur- infancy, Arie Joyce, Lawrence Charles, and Leonard Nelson. An day and Sunday Howard's father, John M. former Algona auctioneer. The Vincent Scharlachs, Oklahoma City, have been visiting Vincent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mr. Marguerite Dalziel to Grinnell Tuesday to reenter Grinnell college. Mr. and Mrs. Lusby were to visit Ke , nrt . Iowa Falls relatives on the way home, and are expected home today. Scharlach, since Tuesday. adopted daughter Rose Marguerite | Mrs. M. J. Streit spent Tuesday also died in infancy, in 1910. Another boy, an orphan, was for 14 years cared for by the Dittmers as icir own son. Mr. Dittmer survives. There are Iso two sisters, Phoebe Morgan, heldon, Mrs. 0. L. Bond, Harting- on, Neb., and a brother, Clarence lorgan, Ames. The living children vere here. Many Relatives Conic. Relatives from out of town who arae for the funeral were Dr. and Irs. E. G. Dittmer and George Ditt- uer, Manchester; Ben Dittmur, Jarlville; Mr. M. E. Dittmer, Coles- urg; John Dittmer, Lament; Mrs. Vlary Von Berg and Dr. and Mrs. J. Von Berg, Albert Lea; S. H. Villiamson, Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Morgan and W. A. Morgan, Ames; and Phoebe Morgan, a ister, of Sheldon. FOR FALL |ack and Brown - Suede and Kid As Illustrated $2.25 Others, $2.95 to $5.00 School Shoes for Boys and Girls Quality at Popular Prices I HOWNHl SHOE C CENTS WORD Big Herd of Sheep Makes Novel Sight on Hurt's Streets Burt, Sept. 18—C. W. Patterson returned Sunday from Montana, vhere he had gone to buy a train- oad of sheep. Most of them arrived Monday morning. Mr. Patterson bought 3500 sheep 'or himself and about the same number for his brother, G. W. Pat- ;erson. He also bought smaller numbers for others: seven cars for Algona; five for Lone Rock; ;wo for Irvington; one for Lu Verne; two for Hardy; one for West Bend; and 17 for Burt. Because of a shortage of cars some of the sheep will come later. There are some 10,000 sheep in the entire lot. The sheep were bought in the Rocky Mountains. They arrived in excellent condition, and Mr. Patterson's 3500 made a rare sight on Main street when they were driven through town. at Spencer with j A . L- Peterson and Mrs. M. P. John M. Vmson, Peterson took Betty and Jean Mur . tagh to their home at Des Moines Monday. They had spent the weekend with their sisters, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and Mrs. M. P. Peterson. Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday and Mrs. F. F. Twogood and Mrs. T. F. O'Haire Jr., the latter of Washington, D. C., were club guests. Mrs. O'Haire won the high prize. Mrs. P. J. Greiner and her daughters Mrs. Carl S. Pearson and Irma spent last Thursday at Mason at Emmetsburg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coonan. Her aged father observed a birthday. Kenneth Frankl took Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders to Minneapolis Sunday to spend three days with their daughter, Mrs. C. T. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. R .1. Cratty re- urned to Ames Monday, after the veek-end with their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, at Theodore Hutchison's. Mrs. F. L. Voas, Hitchcock, S. }., came Friday for several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Shirley. One of her sons used to attend school here. Magnus Lichter, who for three months, had been in Minnesota, doing government t. b, cattle test- ng has reopened his veterinary office at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MacDougall and their son Bobby spent Sunday the world's fair this week. Loretta has had two weeks vacation from her duties as bookkeeper at the Mrs. Pearson is deputy district court clerk. Mrs. E. Russell, Spokane, was a guest from last Thursday till Monday Drone. at Clear Lake with relatives. Mr. MacDougall is employed at the Ford garage. K. D. James, Algona, and R. Bjornstedt, Emmetsburg, drove to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the druggists' convention. They were to return today. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and their daughter Ann spent Sunday at Dolliver with Mr. Stillman's parents, who recently returned from a trip to California. Edmund Capesius, southeast of town, left Sundya for Columbia college, Dubuque. This is his sophomore year, and he is continuing a pre-medical course. H. W. Miller, and G. D. Shumway drove to Des Moines Sunday to hear Theodore Roosevelt speak. There were a great many from this county who attended. Claire Blossom, who is with the AAA at Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Mr. Blossom took him back to Ames Monday. Laughlin and Philomena Quinn, Woodstock, Minn., spent Sunday with the Roy Christensens and the Boy Goes to Meet Father; Loses Way Lotts Creek, Sept. 19 — General phone rings early last Thursday evening called neighbors to help search for Victor, small son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dreyer, who had left the yard at his home to meet his father, who was helping a neighbor fill a silo. The child entered a corn field, and after a long search was found by his father beside the H. F, Mittag line fence. Lakotan Hurt in Fall. Lakota, Sept. 19 — Mrs. Julia Wortman slipped on the front porch at her home last Thursday, and fell down the steps to the walk. Her back was injured and a bone broken in her left wrist. She laso suffered bruises. Doctor Williams set the fractured bone, and she is recovering. •4- nurt Pioneer Buried. Burt, Sept. 11—The body of Henry Nichols, 55, a resident here many years ago, was brought here J. M. Herbsts, and Philomena remained for a longer visit. Le Roy McMahon took his mother to Davenport Monday to visit relatives while he is in Chicago this week visiting the world's fair. W .T. Daughan is with him. Mrs. A. W. Amunson had as guests Saturday and Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds, Ellsworth, and their grandson, Eugene Knutson, Jewell. Mrs. L. E. Potter got home Sunday from a week at Schaller Storm Lake with her sons. and She ity. Irma is cashier ceeper at the Goeders and bookstore, and of her sister, Mrs. Anna She is an Advance sub- They stayed at the Mil- hotel, operated by Mr. scriber, and she called at the Advance office Monday to get a copy of last week's paper. Sister Mary Bertille and Sister Jane Frances, Dubuque, went home Monday after having been here since Friday. Sister Mary Bertille was called home by the death of tier mother, Mrs. John Goeddertz, last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Herbst returned Friday from the Okobojis, where they had spent a week on vacation, ler's Bay and Mrs. Freeman Patch, Hartley, uncle and aunt of Mr. Herbst. Walter S. Reid, Des Moines, came Monday to visit his brothers Ben, John, and Tom, of Union township, and his sister, Mrs. Mayme Steinman.-He was once city mail carrier here, but for many years has had a similiar job at Des Moines. Kate Skinner, Fort Dodge, and Ange Roorda, Clear.Lake, spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. E. J. Skinner. Kate is now supervisor of the new Hawley school at Fort Dodge, and Miss Roorda is a teacher at Clear Lake. A girl was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Harris operates the filling station at the Tire Service corner. A boy was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fisk. Mr. Fisk is employed at the telephone exchange. The Marion Rists departed yesterday for their home at Spokane, after a visit here at Dr. A. L. Rist's. Marion's wife and children went to Eldora last Thursday for a few days with Mrs. Rist's mother. Marion is city salesman for the Shell Petroleum Co. An Algona group attended a county Sunday school convention at Lu Verne last week Wednesday: Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel, Mrs. Lura Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons have bought the Dr. M. J. Kenefick house on east Call and will move into it soon. At present the R. S. Blossoms and the Rev. C. Paul Carlson family are tenants. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons are at present a tenant house owned by Mrs. C. D. Fellows, who is in California. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon, who will have the Fellows house after October 1, are now in the F. C. Zender tenant house on south Harlan. The Rev. M. M. Sackett, state superintendent of Four-Square Gospel churches, held a missionary service at the Four Square tent here Monday, and an offering was taken to help pay the expenses of the Rev. Sidney Correll on a missionary tour. The Rev. Mr. Correll is supervisor of an Eastern district, and he plans to sail January 18 to visit Japan, China, the Philippines, India, and Africa. After his return he will visit every Foursquare church to report on missionary work in these fields. The Quincy Drummonds, who had been here three weeks, left Friday for their home at Morgan Park, Chicago, where Mr. Drummond teaches mathematics in high school. Mrs. Drummond was formerly Is- Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. September 23-24-25 GARY COOPER CAROLE LOMBARD SHIRLEY TEMPLE 1} SIR CUY'STAHDIKG MMMTTE CMKVHi! • NDING ^B KVHi! ^B m: ^H s ^H Saturday, September 29 Zane Grey's !"Wa0on Wheels" Covered wagon type. Pioneer Oregon trail trip to the west. COMING "Eichest Girl In the World" Eogers In "Pudge Priest" May West in "Belle of the Nineties" Cleopatra. "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" Ann Harding In "The Fountain" Eichard Dix in "Cimmaron" NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILL No. 3871. State of Iowa, Kosauth county, ss. In District Court September term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Aselia H. O'Connor, deceased, dated March 31st, 1932, having been went to Charles City Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles. Mrs. R. W. Horigan returned Saturday from Spencer with Mr. Horigan, after a visit there since last Thursday. Mr. Horigan returned to Spencer Monday morning. Three appendectomies have been performed at the Kossuth hospital: Gerald Onnen, Rockwell City, Friday; Roland Bode, Algona, Saturday; John Steil, St. Benedict, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg got home Monday night from a week at Chicago, where Mr. Hauberg bought i^T Thursday evening, and burial) good s for Chrischilles & Herbst, was made in the Burt cemetery; ° nd aft er visits with relatives in Fridav morning. Mr. Nichols, who Iowa . *riaay IUU_M_ b< __ , (D maa ^^ ^^ McWhorter-Davis, Chicago came Saturday to visit her Mrs. F. S. Geigel, McMurray, Mrs. L. Mrs. Jeanette E. Fairbanks, had been living in Minneapolis, was brother of the late Mrs. Laura Godden. Fenton Boy Laid Up. Fenton, Sept. 19-Jackie, 3-year- old son of Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards, s wed on a tin can last Thursday evening, and his foot was so badly gashed'that two stitches had to be faken by Doctor Mueller to close the wound. He will not be able to walk for some time. In the Bjustrom i in TU $SS reSns in price on Frigidalres separator. the cousin, Mrs. Irene Gilmore. She is a daughter of the late J. E. McWhorter, and the Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Fred Martin, Melbourne, who had spent a month with his daughter, Mrs. Raymond McCorkle, east of town, went home Saturday with his son-in-law, James Powers, also Melbourne, who came for him. The Martins, who are former Algonians, now conduct a restaurant at Melbourne. Mrs. H. T. Miller will leave for her home at Oklahoma City Saturday, after having spent the summer with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. The Janses will take her ,s far as Des Moines. Mr. Miller, rho left recently again has charge f athletics in the Oklahoma City chools. Attorney Donald C. Hutchison oes to Cedar Rapids today for the reek-end with Mrs. Hutchison and he two daughters, who are visit- former Burt and Algona Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, Fenton, and Edwin Wittkopf, Whittemore, left Monday for a week at the world's fair and with Chicago rel- uti VGS E. J. McEvoy, G. W. Stillman, and C. R. LaBarre drove to Waterloo yesterday to attend a state Building and Loan League convention. They are expected home tomorrow. Mrs. George Free Jr. and her daughter Suzanne will leave a week from Sunday for Pasadena, ! Calif., to visit Mrs. Free's mother, Mrs. Geo. W. Paine, and the latter's son Raymond. , i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and the former's mother, Mrs. J. W Sullivan went to Des Moines Monday and Mr. Sullivan was to attend to business affairs while the women visited relatives. . , Mrs. Elsie Cady aad &er daugh- STURDY GLASSES read, Octo- hear- the this day filed, opened and Monday,' the 1st day of her, 1934, is fixed for ing proof of same at Court House In Algona, lowa.before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 11 o'clock a. m,, of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have,.,why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 4, 1934. B. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan Attorneys. 51-1 It Will Pay to see our stock of School children need sturdy glasses. Now is the time to look after their optical needs Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted A. W. Amunson Optometrist, 1st door South Call Theater Used Cars 1928 Ford Tudor. 1929 Dodge sedan 1980 Ford Tudor. 1981 Chevrolet Coupe, 1933 Chevrolet coupe 1983 Chevrolet Coach, 1983 Ford Tudor. '28 International truck Long wheel base. TERMS Ready to Go Building all finished, settled up with the contractors, and I can truthfully say I got 100 per cent value for every dollar I paid them—McVeigh & Spear, Geo. Miller, Geo. Holtzbauer, Laing & Muckey, Nelson Hardware, and F. S. Norton & Son. I can cheerfully and honestly recommend the above firms to anyone desiring work done or merchandise in their line. It is a pleasure to do business with people that are on the square. There was a. party that did not use me right but I am not saying a word about him. If I can not say something good for a person I just do not say anything at all for or against him. Well, it is all over, the baby is born and we have a comfortable happy home to do business in. The shelves are all loaded with new goods for fall and winter wear, besides 150 feet of 6-ft. shelving in the basement piled high with surplus stock. We are all ready to supply your wants in shoes, overshoes, jackets, blazers, sweaters, underwear, work shirts, dress shirts, flannel shirts, odd pants, blanket lined jackets, sheepskin coats, caps, ties, belts, suspenders, garters, blankets, wash dresses, pajamas, ?night robes, and all kinds of fur-, hishings. Just received our fall shipment of Ball Band rubbers and overshoes. 1500 dozen of Peters cotton flannel gloves and mittens came yesterday. These were bought at a bargain as Peters Shoe Co. has quit the glove business. It was a closeout of what they had. I have added another clerk. Miss Loretta Winkle has accepted the job, and I am sure you will like her. I am doing everything to please my customers and make this store a home for you so you can enjoy your shopping, but for goodness sake get in before 10 o'clock Saturday nights as I get pretty crabby after 10 o'clock. : Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la. i' i ' Kent Motor Co. CLEANING PRESSING and DYEING . . , will take care, of your wardrobe at prices, and assure you of prompt sef«s sice,a|ways» ELK Cleaners & Tailors Phone *: J

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