Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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t SEPTEMBER 14, 1937. ALGONA IEER DIES PTEMBER 2 if tltwegg Passes ithven in His Jth Year. iOCALS PAGE FIVE it. I F J < aS< ! onch » Wvormoro, vis- ted at her son Fred's here an 1 attended the fair Wednesday Thurs day, and Friday. ' Corlnno Dutlon, Mrs. Archie Dodds, and the hitter's sons Quon- tln and Zano visited friends at Wesley Sunday. .^.TSt-sr^ijs sVrSr s ,:"a?; N ™"'""-™'"«" Sept. 13—John Alcx- tegg. 77, son of the late I Jennie Altwegg, pioneer , """ E .1 .11 _ .i „ i. 1.1,. MM rs .Jos. Itlnoni drives to .... ......... u UMU had spent a week with M 'r. .,« ___ 1 _ ar Algona, died at his i Mrs - Hloom'n people. Thursday, September 2,1 Attorney and Mrs. Carl Spies i i-s disease, which Is,^'""jetsburg, spout Saturday wit c d by enlargmont of thej '-•eighton and Lawrence Mlshnn glands and progressive i '"'''I"ers of Mrs. Spies. I Mrs. l',li/al)clli U'H.m T>r. mid Mrs. S. W. Meyer have moved into the Frank Sceley house The Sccloys have abain gone to San Antonio, Tex., for the winter, and have placed their little daughter in school there. Wilnitt Hupp mid Alice Zeiglor spent from Saturday night till Sunday at Spencer with friends. Miss girl at the Elbert .-.arago, and Miss Zoigler is office girl for Doctor Schaap. Dunne Jensen, Milhank, S. D., Is here to attend the local high | school, in which he is a sophomore. with „• 8, ]85f>, Mr. Altwcgg D - Gllmiam, DCH Moines, were his parents on a farm in week-end guests of Druggist and k township, Kossuth ] Mr - s ' E. W. Lusby. marriage to Islettaj Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt spent I, Algona, November 8, ™. 1 "' la>r «it 10. ('.. Tngham's, Forest iy farmed near Ledyard, ''•>'• Mr. Tngham is also a Gn- . Lakota. Mrs. Altwcgg llam . sl ; 01 '?, manager. _07. Nino children were ftwin boys and one other Jin infancy. When Mrs. Idled the six surviving . - __.„ ,. ngcd in age from three I Minnio Sclu-ppinaiin IK now l.oivis T'Vrguson haK rnlurncd t his Ames C. (',. c. camp> aftol . 1 blc . ing here fair week with his mother, Mrs. I-Iortcnsc Forguson. ot| lr ° 's a nephew of Mrs. Henry Becker and lives with the Beckers during the school year. The Einil Itollinprers, of Madison, Wis., have been visiting Emil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bol- lingor Sr. for several days. They were accompanied by parentfl-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Bussie. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks and Mario Grovor, all of Burt, spent Sunday here with Dr. and Mrs. n. M. Wallace. Mr. Fairbanks is a nephew of Mrs. Wallace, and Miss Grover is her sister. Children Survive. his wife's death Mr. Alt- emlor .snip. op- S. >V. Moore, Fort Collins, Colo., left last week Tuesday for his old homo at Tlpton, after having been a guest here at his brother J. M. Moore's since the preceding Saturday night. Mr. Moore Is in the employ of the county at Fort Collins. Hnrfocr and Mrs. Carl Van Hoven spent all of last week at Estherville, where they attended the funeral Thursday of Mrs. Van Hoven's mother, Mrs. G. H. Stearns. Her father and son survive. Mr. Van Hovon is a barber at the Furst shop. TJIlinn GnniAOW left Saturday for Donison, where she began teaching in the elementary grades Monday. She taught in night school this summer at the C. C. C. camp at Bancroft. For ton years, or till a year ago, she was an Algona teacher. Virginia Orauor and Donald Gardner, both of Perry, were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clement. Mr. Clement is employed at the White grocery, and Mrs. Clement owns and operates Marie's beauty salon in the Kre- scjisky store. Lydin Meyer and her brother Ferdinand, Waverly, spent the week-end here and visited friends, besides their parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, Fenton, Ferdinand I has a Waverly grocery store, and No. 5 school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zwiefol, Des Moines, visited relatives and old (make visits at other points in here. The Californians are here he will enter into a partnership for a week, after which they will with his uncle, Doctor Putney, in a friends at Algona and Fenlon Wed- esday. Mr. Zwiefel was formerly overnment statistician and ovor- eer of the county relief admintra- on here. He is now In the employ f the W. P. A. state procurement epartment. Knth McKee, of the Upper Des koines local staff, and Mr. and >Trs. Richard Martin spent the eek-end at Mason City, whore iey visited their respective par- nts. The parents of both Mr. and Jrs. Martin live there. Mr. Martin s a representative of the local Vrnold Motor Supply store hero. TIic Win. E. Greenes, Humboldt, pent last week Sunday with Mrs. reene'e mother, Mrs. J. E. Moulds. VIrs. Lizzie Sheppard, Lexington, sister of Mrs. Moulds, came ast week Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moulds, Lake City, and vere guests of W. E.'s mother and irother Arthur for a few days visit. Dili-la Jeaninc, infant daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie, ind Jano Denisc, infant daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Everal Adams, wore baptized Sunday at the local ^rinity Lutheran church by the lev. P. J. Brauer, pastor. Mr. and VIrs. Carl Reynolds, Burt, and Rita ind Ruth Will, Algona, were spon- Mr. mi,] Mrs. Gail Pottit and Lydia, formerly of the Cummings Grace Drposnifin'K beauty aho was formerly operator '' Houston, Tex. "entity Shoppe. | late, been Fornlcy Nolto left Sunday for two weeks trip to Florida and 1 David left Sunday f, or a week with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson. Fort Hodge. i,n ™ , , se was o reu lei o Wednesday to attend Urn wed- i her home to El Monte, Calif. K ' Cr ' Mrs - _. , . ' j< « "iio. jxuiuim "«u hjiuiii. unco we White, former Madonna Quinn. ! C. J(. La Hsirro led to Lakota. He gave all a high school educa- was an active Woodman ember of the Christian 4 years ago Mr. Altwegg at Ruthven. Surviving leons and four daughters: low Mrs. Robert- West, laze], teaching in the pub- pis at Boise, Ida.; James, jZada and Bernice, Ruth- ping in the public schools Mto and Clay counties; trod Harrlsburg, Pa. ives Algona Itrothcr. faro 3 grandchildren: Vir- pughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. ances Ann, James Jr., chil- §Mr. and Mrs. James Alt- hrce sisters and one broth•e: Mrs. Louise Wolfe, of imenl. Mr. Work is connected'with |> _, • i- ~ • ..,^^, >j^\,ii. II1(.11HI^,IU^, L1HJ «. icdiniin and her son'inure theater for Mr. Pettlt. i>,>i.i. /n II , ..... • vvuuiiuHUiiy to nicci menus , ((rrll » l » ) ' Humholdt, was with whom she was to return to here,_clorks for him. il Ilriwn, Watertown, N. Y., Mr. Nolle has of | arrived Monday from Colorado the Whitte- Springs, where he attended a Phi Delta Phi naw fraternity convention. He is spending a few days with his aunt, Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mr. Brown is attending a . . I>niKj?ist; 15. F. Sorensen took his mother, Mrs. May Soronson, to Forest City Wednesday to moot friends !had spent throe weeks here. She Mosdnnics 11. M. Smith E v Pierce, C. II. Swanson, and E W Evans drove to Minneapolis Monday aml_spont the day there. Jililii Kohl, Jane Cowan, Maurine McCullough, and Heniicc Luclwig the latter of West Bond, spent Thursday afternoon at Spencer Laivronre (Jisch Jr., and Harley Will called on Father Davcrn at Fort Dodge Sunday morning, then spent the afternoon at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Work have moved into the H. W. Post apart- Wash., Mrs. J. C. Baker, ystal, Minn.; Mrs. Ruth IWcsley; and William Alt- |lgona. ! the children, his brother, crs, and other close rola- ere at Mr. Altwegg's side be died. Funeral services Inducted at his home Satur- ptembor 4, at Ruthven and Lightle Funeral Home, n, by the Rev. Belden Wei- jstor of the Ruthven Metho- urch, and burial was made |he grave of Mrs. Altwegg in cemetery at Algona. the Now York Equitable Assurance ~ >. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Poland, Grand River, Wis., wont, homo Thursday, after a week with their daughter, Mrs. Chris Ol.son, north of Algo- v. Adra Yeoman was a guest at D. L. Johnson's, Emmetsburg, over the week-end. She is employed at the McDonald <& Co. real estate office. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, of the Coffee Shop, visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Torgorsen, Bodo, Sunday Mrs. Jacobs and Mrs. Torgersen are cousins. Mrs. Mutt Kapp and her daughter, Mrs. Earl Traul the latter of Ottumwa, attended a bridal shower in honor of Rosemary Lang Sunday at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish sent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mrs. Beamish's uncle, John King. Mr. Beamish is Hoxie fruit representative hero. Lylo Reynolds and his son Jesse, with D. C. Hutchinson and William leaves today (Tuesday) for Frecport, 111., to attend the anniversary meeting of the North River Insurance company, a branch of a Now York company which ho represents here. "Ifnok" Mfilllurpf, St. Louis, with "Rod" Corrlck, Paul Jones, and Earl Traul, all of Ottumwa, spent from last week Tuesday till Saturday at Matt Kapp's. Mr. Traul is a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Kapp. Mr. and Mrs. L. ,T. Strittmatter, Mason City, wore visitors last week at John Romcr's. Mrs. Strittmat- tor was Evelyn Roimers when she and Mrs. Homer were employed at the Algona hotel some years ago. Mr. and Mrs. William Dohnert, of the European hotel, visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vinaas, Burt, Sunday afternoon. The Vinaases have for some 35 years or more operated one of Iowa's best small-town ho- WALKER DIES HISJ5TH YEAR Walker, who lived in the ouso south of the Security lank, died Friday, after liav- icn in failing health 2% ; He was in his 85th year. kl services were conducted at f'hristenson, the latter of Lone fcal Methodist church Sunday, Hock, made a business trip to Wat- Rev. A. H, Wood, and burial erloo Sunday, lade in Riverview. Mrs. .lames I'liillips was taken to Mr. and Mrs. IT. C. Anderson, with a son, visited Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Soner- holm, Crystal Lake, Sunday. Mr. Anderson is part owner of the local Anderson or Jack Sprat grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald White were here Sunday, on. their way to Des Moines, where they will live. They were returning from a short honeymoon at the Okobojis and Sioux City. Mrs. White was Madonna Quinn till recently. Lorotta Winkel was taken to a Syracuse, N. Y., law school. Mrs. John J'orter and her da.ugh- ler, Mrs. Russell Emith, of Eagle Grove, spent Friday with the A. A. Sterlings. Mrs. Porter is an aunt of Mr. Sterling, and she remained for the week-end. Mr. Sterling was once employed at the John Porter furniture store at_ Eagle Grove. Mr. find Mrs. Wm. F. Steele got homo Friday night from three weeks at Two Harbors, Minn., 30 miles beyond Duluth. Mr. Steele found relief from hay fever there The lowest temperature during the couple's stay there was 43 degrees above, not low enough for frost. John TiCutliold, St. Paul, and Guj Hinkley, Eagle Grove, were bus! ness callers here Friday and Satur day. Mr. Leuthold is a member o the Leuthold men's clothing store system of which the Hub Clothier store is a branch, and Mr. Hinklej is interested in a similar store. 'i)r. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, with the latter's sister, Marie Grover, o Burt, will be dinner guests tomor row (Wednesday) evening of Mr and Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Burt. The Buells will soon be leaving for SI Petersburg, Fla., where they hav for some years spent their winters Robert C. Dewel drove to Clea Lake Monday to bring home Mrs D. H. Goeders, who had spent a week there with her daughter, Mrs H. E. Folkenhainer. The Falken hainers have vacated the cottag they had at Algona Beach and are now living in an apartment at Ana- Tlie Russell Smiths, of Eagle Irovc, wore Sunday visitors at A. A.. Sterling's. Mrs. Smith is a cousin of Mr. Sterling. Mrs. J. W. Dorter, Eagle Grove, aunt of Mr. Sterling, spent the week-end at the Sterling home. Her husband recently died, and she is for the pres- mt living here with Mrs. S. C. Spear. G. 8. llnclinnan's father, Benjamin Buchanan, Toledo, Tama coun- '.y, came last midweek for a visit of indefinite length with the Bu-| croft. Iowa. Mr. Alexander is a retired grocer. Mrs. R. N. Mason, daughter of Mrs. Alexander, lives at Washington, D. C. Mrs. A. I). Iticlmrds got home Saturday from a month visit in Illinois, her old homo state. She visited relatives and old friends at Wyanet, Dana, and Princeton, the latter her former home town. Her son, S. A. Richards, his wife, and their two children brought her !)ack and returned to their homo at Dana Monday. The party made the trip o£ 412 miles hero in a day, starting early in the morning. 1) Wane H. Collins, now a representative of the Lyons Band Instrument Co., Chicago, was here all last week, helping to organize a beginners band. Yesterday he went to Garner for a week of similar work there, and next week he will he at Thompson for a like purpose. On September 27 he will enter the State college, Ames, for post-graduate studies, majoring in personal supervision. He expects an M. S. degree next summer. For the last six years he had been local school band director. R. If. Sanlu-y, Bancroft, was an Algona visitor yesterday. Though now 69, Mr. Sarikcy is in robust health. Ho has lived on a small acreage at Bancroft eight years. Mr. Sankey has nine children, six sons and three daughters. Two of his sons are farming in Illinois, and the other four in or neighboring this county. Two of his daughters live at Bancroft, and the other one at Graettinger. His first wife died four years ago, and his present wife is the former Larsig- na Larson, Algona. In politics Mr. Sankey is in decided disagreement with the lop-sided majority of Ban- bond company. The elder Becker was formerly of the Elk cleaning ivories here. Mrs. Agnes ar, Laldley, former county recorder, who came a week ago Saturday to visit at her son Dow's here and at the son Lawrence's, Whittemore, was awaiting a call Saturday back to Mason "Jity, where she keeps house for ,hree persons. Dow is in Upper Des Moines employ, and Lawrence is a buttermaker. The son Paul, who was publishing a newly established paper, the Mallard Call, has given it up and is now linotype operator for the Laurens Snn. Mrs. Laidley lately returned from a rlslt at her daughter Mrs. H. M. Vln- son's at Conde, S. D. The people for whom she keeps house are touring in the West. They are an old man, his son, and the latter's wife, and both of the young people are employed. Mrs. Laldley is greatly pleased with her situation. chanans. Mr. Buchanan was once a farmer, but moved to Toledo when ho was elected sheriff, and has lived there ever since. He served two terms as sheriff. Mrs. Buchanan is dead. Mrs. Gco. W. Plait, Neosho, Mo., arrived Wednesday for a month at Mrs. Anna Cronln, Des Moines, was here Saturday, looking aftor the Kossuth farm she still owns. She has another farm near Nashua. Oldtimors remember her as the widow of John Cronin, once manager of what is now the Swift plant. The two daughters are mar- her son Howard's. She will attend I riod, and one lives at Des Moines, mosa. Lieut, and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Fort Dodge hospital Thursday af- Ann aP°lis, Md., arrived Monday to having been sick at her homelY" 3 '' their Parents Mr. and Mrs. A. tor _ two weeks. The nature of her illness had not been last reports. Her determined condition L. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. the golden wedding of her sister, Mrs. Charles Nolto, and the latter's husband, which will be celebrated late this month. Mrs. Platt is no stranger here, for she lived in Algona many years. Her late husband was a painter here. Alice Hoppe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe, here, began work Monday as home economics and commercial instructor in the Burt high school. She is a graduate of the State college, Ames, and she took a commercial course this summer. Last year she taught in the Algona schools. Her father is a Pratt Electric Co. employe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel left yesterday (Monday) for a ten-day vacation tour. They spent Monday at Nashua, and Mrs. Myra Nafus, with a daughter, Sara Putney, who lives there, were to accompany them'to Elk River, Minn., Duluth, and points on the way up and back. Mrs. Nafus's late husband was once a Burt lumberman. Imelda and Rita Dooley spent from a week ago Friday till last week Tuesday at West Bend, Wis. with their brother William. Rita returned Wednesday to Des Moines, he other at. Los Angeles. The one at Dos Moines has been a teacher there many years. The Los Angeles daughter has a young son — the only grandchild. Mrs. Cronin's son John was graduated in law a year or so ag_o and is already doing well n the practice at Nashua. He has a partner at New Hampton. John is single. The W. J. Beckers got home Saturday evening from three weeks in the West. They visited Mrs. Becker's relatives at Denver, including two brothers, George and Norman Johnson, and Dr. and Mrs. Foresi Putney, the latter a sister. They also made a 700-mile mountain trip, and were in five states, traveling 3500 miles. Mr. Becker's son Dennis is in the cleaning business there, and is also taking a commercial course in night school When he has completed "Ene course. THE NEW SENSATIONAL NEW SEASON PRODUCT COHFLICT! A woman of fire against a man of steel... DIETRICH ."'•DO NAT KNI6HT WITHOUT ARM0K from lh« Ml»1 by lAMES'HIUOH ,-; Mttt if 'tat Hoiirai' -'Cw«lfiy«, Mi. Chip' -' DiBtttd tr/JACOUES FEVOES " ' toiraffi! tlmi tlnW Artto A LONDON I'lLM Also Blue Velvet Music "KILLER OF TONTO" News of the Day Wcdnes.-Thur. Sept. 15-16 Friday-Satur., Sept. 17-18 Story of missing blonde First since "Love is News" with the Scantie. (They woun<Khim upl BENNETT Showing a man a good timft 'as he; daily "Good Deed" YOUNG i Mist lien-pec^ed husband who ', dared peer. bocV...ot n blnnde! •«« *Vr-r BILLIE BURKE ALAN" MOWBRAY EUGENE PALLETTE DON AMB£,H:E ^LORETTftjPUNG •^CATHERINE DE MILir. Sunday-Monday, Sept. 19-20—Sonja Henie, Tyronne Power, "Thin Ice." iyiIl!illlllll!l!il!!l!l!!!llllllllllllllli!U causing some alarm. Postmaster and Mrs. W. W. Sul-, livan spent Thursday at the state | * r £aw Murtagh respectively. Mr. Peter- ! w here she is in the employ of the son is taking a post-graduate state old age assistance commis-! course at the naval academy, and s ion. Imelda, who spent Tuesday. back and Wednesday at Dubuque, is dep- I uty in her father's county record- ' he and his wife will start ..'alker was iborn at Grafton, Rochester one day last week and|and heard Postmaster-General Far- kbruary 17,' 1853, the eldest '. had a major operation there Fri-' 1 "'" "~ "--"-•—- •----• iong seven children born to j day. Mr. Phillips died three weeks postmasters' meeting at Fort Dodge' . 1)r ' »"d Mrs. J. W. Foster, Wes- er office. JC. and Frances A. Walker.! ago of cancer. imily came west to Wyoming, I Mrs. Omi Wedge, Waukegan, pnd had lived in (ince. B881 Mr. Walker married Ida 'hen he was two years old. I 111., her daughter Margaret, and a [folker came to Kossuth in '•• niece, Mrs. Blanchard, were week- the county | end guests of Mrs. Wedge's sister, Mrs. Jessie Dalziel. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wagner, 'nolds, Peoria, 111. Three sons 1 Smith Center, Kans., left for home after a week at the Rev. unco's. Mrs. Vance is a daughter of the Wagners. Mrs. fieor(?P ('. Call, Sioux City, son George Jr., and the former's ffo daughters were born; Wy-1 Monday, al f alker, Ottumwa; W. G. Walk- Gev. C. V«i ng's Ferry, New York; Louis fer, Bagley, Minn.; Mrs. J. M. n and Mrs. Tom Hal pin, All survive, him, also Mrs. jer, 28 grandchildren, and nine (-grandchildren. brothers are living: the •Walter M. Walker, Philadel- and W. F. Walker, Algona. |pon» in New York and Minnc- irere unable to attend the fun- jiiou Farmers Lose Horses. "on Twp., Sept. 13—John Long valuable horse Friday from g sickness. Kenneth Gould, n, Robt, Loss, and John Ja- Imve all lost horsea, Jacobs three. ley speak. Mr. Sullivan remained till Saturday, Mrs. Sullivan returning Thursday evening. "Anna Jen" Wadsworth, who is Hlill at the Kossuth hospital, is not much improved. She suffered two strokes a little over a week ago, and one affected her eyesight, but she is able to talk with the many friends who call on her. Misbneh spent Thursday at Blue Earth, guest of the "Katz" Rosewalls. "Katz," who has for a good many years operated a successful men's clothing store at secretary, Anna Nelson, came Sat- j Blue Earth, learned J;he business unlay for a week with Mrs. Call's "~ ~ -'--'- --- i1 -- "•-' *• mother, Mrs. S. C. Spear. "ity and County d Mrs. A. L. Long visited *ncer Sunday. ». Fred Bole, practical nurse, l«ng for Mrs. Chas. Barton and I'alter's baby. Itewcl will take his son ft to Grinnell this week-end to -— college. u Cooper, Brown-Camps aan here, spent the week-end Ws family at Ames, •and 3Lrs. H. Lee Pearce, of TO, were week-end guests of 'o Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Jhonms NclsoiiH, of Clear were Sunday afternoon visi- 'Uhe H. M. Harria home. '"*)' J. D. Lowe left Satur- ft few days with his moth'• Daniel Lowe, River Falls, «ne, daughter of P- Towne, left Mr. and Thursday iu. ( to ent6r olivette Hcilahon, W ho teaches at . "Dent the week-end with |»arents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc- Helen Hedrick, Mason City, j| l irom Wednesday till today ^f mother, Mrs. William Walker, H. T. Bunkofske, ••U Maxwell spent Sunday at Wand, fishing. They caught Wm. Aalderks, Lakota, week Tuesday for a few daughter, Mrs. Al- Samuel Baylor vls- aaughter, Mrs. Joseph F> «sh. ! Mrs, Fouife spoo, Extra, 4 Mrs. Samuel Ray- Mrs. Sppp to a sister Kmidson loft Saturday for a week with her brother William at Chicago. She is an office girl for the local Algona Federal Savings & Loan association. Mr. and Mrs. William Krause spent Sunday with Mrs. Krauso's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Woisbrod, Fonton. Mr. Krause Is employed at the Coffe« Shop. Mr. and Mrs. William Bussey, Avoca, Wi.s., came Thursday for a week with their daughter, Mrs. Herman Leek, and their son Herman, who live northeast of Algona. Mrs. (\ I). Seluuip and her sister, Doris Reynolds, the latter of Grinnell, attended the funeral of Alice Hunt, Swea City, last week Tuesday. 'Doris went home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Burton, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Carty, Des Moines, were week-end guests of the G. W. Baldwins, and Paul Younie, Ames, was at Frank Bald- Mr. and Mrs. Hankin, Stanhope, were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Delbert Brown, and Mrs. Brown and her children accompanied them to Stanhope for a week's V Mrs. IV. D. Nugent and her sons Jack and Ding left Sunday from Mason City for their home at Chip cago, after six weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. e. S. Norton home on east Call street is being remodeled for a duplex, and Cowan & Son have the job. Mrs. Norton will reserve one apartment, and the other will be for rent. . Christine and Rose Arond, Hazel end Mrs. John Foth, Wednesday. Pentecost, at Fort Dodge Marshalltown spent Sunday end Monday ensen. Edna Sorensen, Lars Sorensen is a daughter of . Lucile Pepoou, county home demonstration agent, and Mrs. A . L Brown wife of the county agent attended a Joint Farm Bureau meeting Friday evening ftt Charles south of Algona, fair Thursday. ¥«. slater of Mr. Simon. as a clerk in the Misbach store. Attorneys II. It. White and D. C. Hutchison, with Walter Lorenz, left Saturday for a few days of fishing at Deep River, Minn. One of them telephoned back Sunday to report excellent sport. They are to return tomorrow (Wednesday). William Ferguson left Wednesday night for the return trip to Washington, D. C., after a week here with his mother, Hortense Ferguson. He is in R. F. C. employ there and attends night school at the George Washington university. Get the Iowa habit It's thrifty! 2—\ew Features—21 c WEDNE8. THRU SATUR. September 15 to 18 JEAN MDIR in "WHITE BONDAGE" Story on Share Croppers of South we are reading about. Dick Tracy Serial Second Feature TEX HITTER Western SING COWBOY, SING SUN.-MON,, SEPT, 19-20 "'& * < HE WAS FOR LOVE, 1- )LAW AND ORDER!! 2nd Feature W. C. FIELDS in "POPPY" sington Springs, S. D., spent Walter Ileardsley, son of Mr. and ss Thursday night at the doctor's Qn d Mrs. C. H.. Beardsley, left Sat-I S brother W. A. Foster's. Mr. and ur day by auto for Austin, Tex., to! ~S Mrs. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. enter the Texas state university. • == Overmyer spent Sunday with the He attended school at Tucson, Ariz., > SS Foster daughter Mary Elizabeth, i as t year. Walter plans to study SB who has just begun teaching at law, following a liberal arts, =5 Primghar. j course. Owen Mathes, Ames, accom-, ss Dolores Warren, Eagle Grove,' panned him from here to Ft. Dodge, > == spent from last week Monday till and thence went home, after a week ££ Wednesday with Ruth Banwart and here with old friends, other Algona and Irvington friends. | Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Alexander, _ She will be a senior this year in Los Angeles, arrived Saturday andlrsi the Eagle Grove high school, but are guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. D.! S took her freshman year here and Andrews. Mrs. Alexander is Doc- beforo that attended the Irvington tor Andrews mother, well known I am taking the chances. Make or break, sink or swim, we are going into fall trade with the largest and stock,of goods I ever owned or operated, trade with the largest and best stock of goods I ever owned o r operated. In the last two weeks we have unpacked $10,000.00 worth of new fall shoes and clothes. These orders were placed before we were sure of a big crop. We still have the risk of farm prices and the risk of fire. So you see it is gambling pure and simple. It takes lots of grit to bite off such large chunks when you are not sure whether you can chew them up or not. They say a faint heart never won a fair lady and a coward is no good, so we will tighten up our suspenders and go into fall trade with plenty of backbone instead of a wishbone. So far in life I never got half the things I wished for, but I find that hard work and determination generally wins the day We are going after fall trade hammer and tongs. $10,000 worth of fall and winter goods on top of our regular stock gives our customers a wonderful assortment to pick from. I can truthfully say it is the best balanced, most complete stock we ever offered the public. Outside of a few 49c children's oxfords this stock is all standard quality from the best factories in the United States. We have the same lines that are carried by the best stores over the state. Quality is the same, but when it comes to price we are different, for we sell the same shoes and furnishings for less money than any store in the State of Iowa. Our motto is to mind our own business, take good care of good customers, and make hay while the sun shines. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE Smart Dressers Put j O. K. on I Glen~O~Plaids | ... as the pattern hit 1 of the fall season! | Combining the current interest in authentic j=j Glen Urquhart plaids with ' the popularity of S subdued overplaidings. .Ji ""SS^^fltfMSl i W 1^ i Colorful Fall | HATS : Sure! There are masculine : colorful shades for fall in : our big selection. You'll j enjoy the change! Choose • your fall hat now! | $3.50 • [ Others priced at I 2,95 to 7.00 Zender & Caldwell now 1 present Glen-O-Plaids . . . one of the few really S "new" pattern ideas of the past several years. S Allowing for just the right amount of color, 55 these rich Glen-O-Plaids are extremely smart fjjf in their deep-toned combinations and will be 55 found here executed in the newest of double- S breasted and single-breasted models. =5 22.50 24.50 29-50 CLOTHING AND SHOES lllllllllllllllillllllllllllillllllllHllllllltlllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH

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