Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1937 · Page 5
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE AT.rthNA IOWA JHTEROF JAL WOMAN fcOLY HURT it T. Dean, Kan- City, Victim Car Crash. j Hutchison has receiv- F'tliat her daughter, Mrs. Dean, Kansas City, the jflU rel Hutchison, ; whose with no details was brief- led last week, was serious- in an auto collision which there a week ago Satur- tiing at a downtown intern the business district, npact with the other car Eard that it- threw Mrs. trough the top of the Dean 15 feet into the entrance She suffered a broken j, both knee caps brok- [internal injuries, were three other women ar. and one of them was :eii home, after an evening I at the Dean home. Mrs. e on the right side of the best to a door. The other Buffered only minor injur- B, B, DATES FOR THE BASKETEERS OUT FOR SEASON cws Harold (Hop) Findlay. (ho high school basketball coach began practice for thc basketball season with the first call for players last i night. Two regulars from ] us t' year's team, Kenneth Lynk and Mrs. Walter Reed, both couples of Iowa Falls. and Mrs. Claronce Stewart, a school lunch room there. l)r. M. 0. Bonnie attended the annual alumni clinic at Iowa City Friday and Saturday, also the Iowa-Indiana game, which was a thriller, with a 3-0 score, Indiana's favor. His mother, Mrs. W. J. Bourne, accompanied him as far as Cedar Rapids, where she visited her sister. Mrs. William Easterly. Hugh Herman, who had an operation at the Colonial hospital, team because of experience are Ho- Long, Don WillasKon, .lose ,1 Neil, and Wayne Douglas. Kiilins spent I'-minetsbin-g wilh Mrs Mrs. II. f,. rimn. left for Chi- buying goods i si ore. daughters, Catherine and; Rochester, two weeks ago, is re- ivrTn, a f-n Q f Scanlan were at I ported recovering. He is now at Kuhn's:,,,'™,,, CiTl , y Saturda y- Mr - Stewart the Campbell hotel there. His , . . is White Rose gasoline representa- returned i Sunday from three weeks with her '•*">i riioniMid (ind hie ,!„„ i j narcntR - Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thomp- «-<t«mded a florists' ""± f"";- M^hell, s. D. Mr. Anderson bother Conrad Herman sp'ent last week Sunday and Monday with him. Hugh's wife and Frank Kohl- only have thrco .weeks to prepare for th c first game ,of the season against Km- metsburg, there, Friday, Derem- 3. On Tuesday, the locals will play (heir fi-si home game, with Lu Verne, as opponent. Following are the basketball and wrestling schedules for thc J!m-88 Newton , Des .n's sister, Mrs. Moines, the -H. G. latter's who is a doctor, and an- ster, Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler, ind, went to Kansas City fitely on notice of the acci- \l last reports Mrs.'Dean |"n placed in a cast, and her was not considered good. Bent's Condition Serious. ; Bond, Nov. 15—Mrs. P. 0. |lcr got home .Thursday from City, where she had gone 'sister, Mrs. Allen T. was badly hurt in av ollision a week ago Satur- Vhen she left to come home fcter was still in a serious having had both arms I, and her spine injured. She leased in a cast from nook to nd her arms were in casts upright position. December 7, •season, C. E. Ridenour being wrest-'hurt: ling coach: ' - h< ' December 3— Friday, Emmete-; r om < burg, there. I ' »• (J. McCnIloiigli Thursday to visit i»^lHM-, Mrs. s. j. Gcddis. "till Mrs. Itayinnml sun .lorry spent her lo- and ,, cr repre- lit'tty Uuiin and Marjorie Smith spent the week-end here wilh the former's mother, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. |The girls are college chums and 'both attend the State college at Ames. Miss Smith bails from Williamsburg. j Mrs. Henry Gelgel and her daugh- him. Mrs. Ann Feclmer got back Friday from Chicago, where she had spent two months with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Vogcr. Sho has been sick, and is sllll not well. Mrs. Fechner's brother, Ed. Osterbauer, Rockford, 111., went home Thursday after a few days here, looking after Airs. Kliner ISciisi Wc.rtnr.«,in, * ." -ccaneraug- n hmno r ! tor Loiln ' both of Renwick, were 11 homo at kmmets- 1 Kuests ilt Frank Qeigel's Friday. I Lena, a former teacher, attended December 7—Tuesday, Lu Verne here. December 10—Friday. Webster Clly, there; wrestling, I'ahm, mere. December 17—Clarion, here. January 7—Friday, Clear Lake, hero; wrestling, Eagle drove bore'' January 14—Friday, Iowa Falls', hero; wrestling, Pal on here. January 21—Friday, Ragle Grove, there; wrestling Kaglc drove there. January 25—Tuesday, Livermore, here. January 28-2!)—Thursday, ;m d Friday, tournament, bore. January 30—Saturday, tournament here. VIIT1 n -. - . ' 7 ~' ' v » »i*W* tVjV*,^»H_-l t Wtl>Gl.lUGU. 'niurs.lay evening foir " - ^ C ° Unty rural teachers> Institute weeks as K uest of Mrf ° hat Her ('has. Lottman, of . . Mr. and Mrs. John Cox. south of lAlgona, were Sunday dinner guests Miller I id,n.s. "" Ci Hl Wil ~ ln -l tt w of Mr. Geigel. iff. and Mrs. fluirlcH City, Klainp. Kiln Dmilcy, D os MOIIIOK, .spent i ho week-end with her parents, < ounly Recorder, and Mrs J J Dooley. Mrs! .11. J. Enrl MillerS ' " near Burt is their daughter, and For Armistice Day Mascot, How About Bancroft's Tommy? Itancrnft, Xor. lf>—Mrs. A. II. Foth entertained Thursday a(, a party in honor of her son Tommy. Tommy was 11 on the llth day of this the 11th month of the year, nnd 11 boys attended the party. The Stewarts evening. Leona returned Friday is employed at Marie's beauty shop. The Sorstedts once operated a cloak store in what is now the Gamble Store's quarters. Word lias been received here of the birth of a boy November 9 to Mrs. Elbert Dunn, De Witt, Neb., remembered here as Mildred, his father's estate. He is executor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude of his father's will. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye, their children, Keith and Betty, their Haines. This is the Dunn's second child, but the first one, also a boy, born two years ago, lived only a nephew, Jos. Lage, and a roomer, | Iew hours. Mrs. Dunn and the Mrs. Warden, were .Sunday guests b aDy are j n a hospital at Deat- of Mrs. Dye's sister. Mrs. Ralph c or a, Neb., and both are doing well. Lage, south of Algona. Joe, a son Mrss. Dunn attended the Algona of Mrs. Lage, is a sophomore in the .schools and then taught rural Mason City high school and is liv- schools in Nebraska a few vears the light and power plant, the city waterworks, the Advance shop, etc. The Advance's linotype machine proved most interesting to They found out the young people, how "ads' the press, when it is hatf-fiiiished, and how 1 It is folded by machine, .etc. The class was entertained -at a movie at the New Call by the Studio. The school superintendent, M, are set up and put on I o. Mblkebust, whose home town 19 how the paper looks | at Thor, accompanied the class. the occasion was the 10th birthday anniversary of Mabolino, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Christiansen , ., , „ are parents of a 7-lb. boy, born •m ,,,0,,, , , ' W> W< Frida y at tlle Christiansen :in ,s]ionl la.sl week Tuesday Runnel sburg with •'<• mothers. Helen ('Inilili Is new their home. Christiansen was EdlMi Peter- rospec- son before mar Hage, and her bus- l'"r Altorncy i s ]}. office girl White. She is band is the well known manager of a Ibis year'K graduate of Ihe the Algona creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp, daugh- ing there with the Dyes. Mr. Dye is a Decker chemist. Attorney L. E. Liniian went to Des Moines Monday evening to appear in two cases Tuesday and Wednesday in the supreme court. before she was married. Her father is a mason here, and Mr. Dunn is a farmer. The Hugh K, Smiths and Mrs. A. F. Dailey, whose brief visit here was reported In Thursday's Upper Mrs. Linnan has gone to Kansas Do s Moines, left Thursday morning City for a brief visit with Mr. and and p i anne d to reach Bristow, Mrs. Leo Wassenberg. Mr. Was-; 0 kla., Thursday. Mrs. Dailey will senberg. a brother of Mrs. Linnan, ' sncnd the w j nter wlt h a son, who is a pilol on Ihe Hanford air lines out of Kansas City. Banker Frank Hestenlehner, . Whttlemore. had business at Al-l nourts and Mr g m ith and Albert has an 0 ] ec trical shop there. At San Antonio the Smiths will again : have an apartment at Grande -Friday, Humboldt. Ks FRIDAY Bend, Nov. 15 — The corn- was saddened Friday to February here.** February S— Tuesday, Clear Lake, there. February 11—Friday, Swea City, here.**; wrestling, Clarion there. February there. T ' Alc-n . *r V. i m—i /WT i " Il "- l - ti " l "' < - """ uua.n»..jo u.i. ^. :courts, anu Mr. smitn ana Ainert Alto , t ers Mrs. Earl Traul, 0 tumwa, and gona yesterday. He limps a little, Og ren will go golfing daily. The w.i^o and Allce ze.gier drove to the result of a boyhood hip injury | Smiths now spe nd-their summers ,_ _ with his parents. Mr. and 18— Friday, Hampton, Mrs. Jos. Greenberg. I,. Ilui,'('rliorst, ~ ' '» nmti, tiuu ^xiiVjC '-JUiglUL Ul UVC LU u. Lhompson, of Fairmont on Armistice day to visit JM'iclay and Sat- Messrs, and Mesdames William and daughter, R 0y Sandt. The Messrs. Sandt are i brothers of Mrs. Kapp. icrg, fresliman at! .Mrs. August lleckcr was taken to university, spent the tne Kossuth hospital Thursday for urday here with their Mrs. it. H. Millor. Marry (J treatment for diabetes. She is under the care of a special nurse. Mrs. ' February 25-20-27 - f inference ! 0 rove, who has boon'a guest since . . Eagle Becker has three children, all'liv- which was aggravated by a fall he ; at a cabin on Lone Lak6( neal . Ait . suffered at the time of the bank kin . Minn . Mr . Smith owns 40 ttcres robbery of some months ago. I-Ie iof wooded shore there . It ls now spent last week at a Prairie du| 30 ycars since tne famUy left A] _ Chien, Wis., sanitarium, where ''~' took treatment, and now he "feeling fine," barring the limp. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal, of he gona is j h \ Adel, spent the week-end here with boys' tournament, ** Double header. he.re. GENERAL HOSPITAL SHINES AS RESULT ; Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. N. R\i'(\ goes home today. Kiuitsnii has been C.l ing in Algona—W. J., Henry, and, the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chas. Kuchynka. | R. s. Blossom and attended a Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hulchins | sc hool operetta, The Gypsy Trou- u-enl-v v.,^tinn f ,1 AI ~ a and Mrs> Walter Roberts spent last )b ador, at Burt Friday evening. Mr. weeks vacation fiom the Algona wcek Monday and Tuesday at Des Farda i was music instructor there she is office girl. i Moines. Mr. Hutching attended to | before .t a king a like position at business matters there, and Mrs. lde ] a year ago . Mrs. Farflal, for- visited her sister, Anna mer i y Margaret Blossom, was a will W ' C , »r , 1. Tm!,* 0 A « T - OS ' a ended KSir^^^ Rose , BasS ' Studcnt at D«*e~™i-,hlgh sch ool music instructor at visited old friends hero. and Mrs. F. T/. Means, Villisca. con- then versity. Mr. and Mrs. Paul The General hospital has been redecorated and Improved. On the first and .second floors and halls Sunday and went home. Klsie Hunt, Lu Verne, 1 Fenton. Urch, .West; jjr. am i Jtrs. C. AV. Morck. son , , , ,-.. Concord, Minn., their small son, Buddy Lyle ("Bud") Anderson, eluded a two weeks _ visit at her and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Urch, of and Mr> and M rs. Henry Schulte daughter Mrs. Marvin Doherty's Dodge Center, Minn., came Friday (Pen ton) drove to Minneapolis Sat- fo a few days with the Irving urdayi and the Morcks visited their I . a Urch family. Paul and Ralph are daug hter Virginia, who is attend- t Ihe death- of Louis Falb at nflw linoleum has been laid, the op- Ehoid Sy. ^Shf was ^ Se^ ° £ ^ and ^ " e ^ n ^^^^^^£ to attend the rural teachers' insti-, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Warren, of and rode in a great homecoming w iin T> . w i Estherville, were Sunday guests of parade . All the Algonians attend- Mis. linrnice Doinnier, of Fort Mr . and M rs. ' Stanley Johnson. ed a homecoming football garr- *°- Dodgc spent the week-end here. Messrs. Warren and Johnson were tween Northwestern and the with her mother, Mrs. M. Gabriel. army buddies in the World Present employes arc Miss R. M. Mrs. Dommer operates a lingerie and this was Mrs. Dailey is the widow of "Doc" Dailey, who for many years was employed at the light and power plant, where the son Channing is now employed. Dolliver Students Get Pictures Here Thirteen seniors, five boys and. eight girls, from the Dolliver high school drove 48 miles to Algona yesterday to have class pictures taken at the Brown Studio. In the afternoon the class visited Broadlawns hospital, Des . erating room has been painted, the Thursday night. kitchen and back hall completely 'alb, the son of Mr. and Mrs. redecorated, with new linoleum li Falb, was born here on !fl i so laid there, and the nurses' 23, 1885, and was 52. He | rooms have been refinishod. p hero and for many years Rigglo, R. N., graduate of the shop, cement'Laughlin school for nurses, with the late T. W. Ira Pauley at rick jobs. 'Palb joined the local Metho- hurch in December, 3D1.5. He narriod September 0, 191G, to 'Delia Wilson, and they Jived three years a^n whan Mr. wont lo Flagler, Coio., where iaidoil two years. He came ) West Hend last winter, and He had Veen employed at Dos Is. lie contracted pneumonia [v.'lm'ii caused death. is survived by bis wife. Full), and by a step-druigh- Bazcl Wilson, also by a broth- llticrl, Rama, Colo., and a sis- Hrs. Lydia Ilackelt, Cherokee. pral services were held Sun- taken bl 2 p. m. at the -Methodist S. W. Ih, the Rev. John McDowell (icting. and interment was in the Apostolic cemetery, i August, 1935. [of town, where his parents are | Doctor Andrews Pallbearers were Henry [Axel Hanson, E. Anderngg, H. nntz, William Hofstadtor, and Grunig, all close friends Beccascd. Kirks- i Alluii liiiclianan spent the week- ville college of Osteopathy and end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. surgery, Kirksville, Mo.; Neil Manning, R. N., graduate of Des Moines General hospital, De.s Mason Ciiy. Moines; Verdal Ulfers. office nurse i(r, mid >Irs. 0. F. Towne, with and secretary; and Mabel Homan, Seneca, cook and dietitian. Dr. W. D. Andews bought the former Lewis H. Smith home for the hospital in 1!I32 from Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Kist, and it has been remodeled and redecoatcd for occupancy in thc following February. Knutson is office girl for Dr. Andrews, who is a graduate gomi laundry. of the Kirksvillo college, took two }b% and .11r>i. W. J. Fuller, with years of sugory besides the regu- their children, Enid, Marilyn, and lar course., and since then has Billy, spent the week-end at Spena post-graduate course. Dr. eer with Mrs. Fuller's sister, Mra. Meyer, graduate of the Des David Logan. Moines SU11 College of Osteopathy, Dnrothy (Jiseh. daughter of Mr. has been house physician the first time they had seen each other since the Arm- war, versity. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Shaffer, Mason City, spent Armistice evening iwith the D. D. Paxsons and Paxson. They brought Mrs. with ; seven I father years, here. istice in 1918. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson, of j 0 s G. S. Buchanan. He is now em- jgwea City .and Mr. and Mrs. Frank them Charles Paxson, son of the n!!« r, lnywl ,'." tho Mllw! >u k ee offices at'Hart were Friday guests of Mr. and D. D. Paxsons, who is a student at Mrs. S. D. Wilson. The Thomsons the Hamilton businscs college. Mr. lived hero when Frank operated Shaffer was once located in Algona the Plum CreE'k elevator. He has as' receiver for the First National for a long time managed an eleva- bank, and he is now an attorney at tor at Swea City. - Mason City. Mrs. Shaffer is a Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright spent daughter of Mrs. Jos. Paxson and the week-end at Des Moinos with a sister of D. D. Mr. Wright's mother, Mrs. Ida Richard Eiohl and Arnold Carl- Wright, and his sister,' Hazel son, St. Paul, came Saturday, and Wright. They attended the auto Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohl, also St. show there. On the streets they Paul, came Sunday, for brief visits ran across Raymond Kresensky with Lola, and Mabel Kohl, sisters who now lives there. of the Messs. Kohl, and the par- Mrs. Geo. I). Walrntli and her e nts, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, daughter Jean returned Sunday Richard is the assistant credit from Rochester, where the little manager for an Armour branch at girl had an eye operation. Leona gt Paul and George is in the since- and Mrs. L, Gisch, Union township, !H e!ni, Dubuque, sister of Mrs. Wai- Golden Rule- rug department. Lola! spent the weok-end at Emmetsburg,' rath was at Rochester two weeks j s bookkeeper at the local Coast to i here '|with Jean. Mrs. Wai rath is a ...... clerk at Kresensky's. Evelyre Slctton, K. N., left Friday GREAT BARGAINS 2 TOPS, 21c SUN.-MON., ]S T OV. 11 and 15 Musical Western GENE AUTEY their daughter Hetty Lou, spent. Sunday at Shell Rock with Mr. Tnwne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Towne. Mvs. Fred Jnroli, of the Coffee Shciii, and Helen Knutson spent Armistice day at Fort Dodge. Miss the Al- has .practiced w ith her former schoolmate He succeeded his Helen Joyut. Dr. J. P. Schwartz, >i r . n ,,,i >|rs. Emil Sloffel drove Coast store, and Mabel is in tele- i phone employ here. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht got nationally known head surgeon at to Dubuque Saturday to take home for her home at Cooperstown, N.'home Wednesday from'a three-day IOLAS RIES DIES Iff 86 AT UVERMGRE of: ihe Des Moines General hospilal, u 10 former's mother, Mrs. Nick i assists at the local hospital in some stoffel, after she had spent the, major operations. summer here. | » Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman, their Courthouse BoOStS j daughter Adra, and son Merle D., after a month here, caring for suffered Bowling Status to 2nd in the League , snent Sunday at Austin, Minn. , with j ure( j i km not a's severely us the " ' '' ' to Forest City. Minneapolis, i Duane Jensen, who suffered a | an d Rochester. At Forest Cily they | boken back in an auto accident Oc- visited their daughter, Mrs. Harry His 'moth- Jensen, was also in- er jyj rs Larson, and next day Mrs. Larson, her husband, and the Larson soil —in— "SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES" Second Feature KENT TAYLOR ^,,,.-.1 yi "LADY FIGHTS BACK". son. Mrs. Yeoman's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gary. Gertrude Elchenberger went to | home Priday from Kansas, where Itarber and Mrs. Frank Shilts got fermore, Nov. 15 — Nicholas i The courthouse bow ing 86, (lied at his home here i was upped to second place ' Sunday, following a brief ill- i fourth in the leam from league last week as the'result of winning three games from Wesley, which had been second place, but dropped to Standings last v noral services- will take place [o'clock Wednesday rnornin? at "acred Heart church here, the third position. M. J. Costello, pastor, officl-'end follow i and burial will be made at Skelly ae. I Courthouse — Rles had been a resident of i Wesley ° frmore 29 years and had lived Irvington - ' ° lumboldt county since 1873. Lu Verne in the Des Moines Sunday, and is spend- | tney na d been since last'week Sun--'---•' dayi They visited Mrs. Shilts's daughter, Mrs. Merwin Foote, Concordia, Kans., friends at Belleville, Shilts's son Melvin at Melvin is in army office business operates ing the week there on a mission. She owns and the State beauty shop. .Mrs. Albln Spongberp had a tu- and mor removed at tho Rochester hos- Omaha. "- pltll , p ri day. She is not in serious employ ~ ; -- 9 condition, but will have to remain there three weeks. Mrs. Homer Anderson pryiving, besides the widow!! Burt is 83, are seven children: Flpwers — Mary Welter, Bradgate; Mrs. Jr. C. of C. \J'elter, Livermore.; Charles, i Henry, Rodman; John, of -mont, Minn.; Mrs. Barbara aid, Fort Dodge; and Kate '. Des Moines. There are 17 pdchildren and 11 great-grand- Phillips Mrs. Lyle Ilarnum, Charles City, went home Wednesday, after a few n ? r i days here with her parents, Mr. , 'son Jerry were Wednesday till and ji rs _ Q_ p. Towne. Her hus- 7 Sunday guests of the former's par-1 1)and nroug ht her here, returning" 8 I en>t,s, Mr. and Mrs, A. 0. Soner- ; to - nis work Monday. He is in the g holm, Crystal Lake. | n \\ business. Mrs. Barnum t was 8 Mr. mid Mrs. C. E. Chubb, son i j3 Urd j ne Towne before her recent James, Mid B. L. Palmer, attended marr j age . Wayne accompanied the Spechts to Minneapolis to attend the funeral of Mr. Specht's cousin. Blanche i Sverheinsen. The Spechts and tar-* sons then went to Ro'chester to visit friends, and Wayne Larson went through t'he Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart and their daughter Leona drove to Des Moines Wednesday, and were ,ucsts Ihere of Mr. and Mrs. H; ; ,E. Sorsledt. They also attended the annual Des Moines auto show. The Younkers store gave a style show and the Anson Weeks dance orchestra furnished music for the auto and style, show program all week. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 .. Extended run. Prices, 10-36c. and Irving- pren. Ichrist Back on Congressional Job Ngressinan F. C, Gilchrist, of Fens, is back at Washington— '• ln fact, among the first con- ismen to arrive for the special Jion. Already he has been quot- tinie. or two in newspaper dis- ] es. Last winter he was re- FO critically sick. He spent a 'I or two at a Washington hos- •• fl nd on returning to Iowa was time a patient at the state sity hospital 'at Iowa City. It Rumored then that he had "' '• cancer, but in view of his ton were to play; Thursday , ka; Friday night, Wesle>_ana " the football game at Humboldt last Thursday and visited the Peter Chubbs, who live there. Iiiella and Merle Strayer spent Mildred Kicli, of the W. C. Dewel home, entertained Anne Greif, Buffalo Center, Thursday night and Miss Greif, who attended Local Greet Old Grads * 'rrllt Pniirt- I JMM»J"»*' *•••» »—• — *• -- '-» ~'Y i'l'lUtlJ. 1YA1OO VJ1C»J,| Vt *»W Mt,bv>**uwu l ° n ?;,,,.„,,; the ' Monday at Mason City, where the the county teach ers' institute Fri- 17 house and Lu Verne; i° m oiiov u> fo ,. nler wen t for further treatment dayi nas tne No . 6 school in Ger- Junior Chamber a " d ., ° ,, ,p iton . :of an eye which has been giving, man township. Both girls attend- Thursday night, Skelly a™/^^ her considerable trouble. ed tne state Teachers college at W. 15. Guy, Lu Verne, conies to-!, Cedar ^^^ i ast year- day to spend the rest of^the week | . pi orence ..Dehnert, daughter of William Dehnert, of the Dehnert hotel, had a sinus operation Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. Dehnert and the son Leon went after her Saturday. Florence will return to Mason City early next week to resume work in Grlnnell. Chris- 5 been aclivity there seems to no foundation for the re- There have been no indica- thai he will not be a candi- to succeed himself next year. [estern Union Has Here . p loss is relief man for the r e ''n Union here. Ho came No'° e r i from p e n a , where he was mr 'y employed, and he will be ^'11 January 1. Mr. and Mrs. ar e living in a Walker apart^Mr. pioss takes the place of wb.o is noTy in Mis- Grlnnel. o back "M grads" ^ 'at Andrew Johnson's. Mrs, Johnson, who is his daughter, is a clerk at the Cummings store. Kay Work is now local represea- tative for Casuality - . Moines branch office. He writes health and accident insurance. Mrs. Walter Good got home Sunday from a week with her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Benner, Anamosa, the Co., National Travelers which has a Des honiecomin 0 . organization of sons anu ---•?--: ter Mrs. Cecil iienner, Anamoau, of Grlnnell alumni, will meet tiams ^^^ ^^ a( . Des Moines and take charge, of fo.mat on ^ & C. Connor. tea of the MTP/J.^hHstensen, both of the class of 1 j^__^___ Ledyard's Seniors Here Jor Pictures ^sm es Studio, 5r=:.=5=:= Pictures taken today and 32 to- come morrow. J» both classes at a *• *-< 11 show at the Call. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley, of Whitteniore, visited Mrs. Seeley's mother, Mrs. Eva Dayton, here Friday Mrs. Dayton is the former Mrs. F. W. Cairy. The Seeleys are farming. Dr. G. D. Walratli drove to Dubuque Sunday to bring home his wife and daughter Jeanne, who who had briefly visited Mrs. Walrath's father, John L. Heim, who livr.s there. The Kev. and Mrs. F. E. Burgess and Meslames Rae Asher, S. W. Meyer, and Henry Douglas are attending an Algona district Methodist W. H. M. S. convention at Alta today. . , . The Jiuyuioml Beauushes spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Beamish's respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish, and Mr. AMERICAN LEGION FEATHER PARTY TUESDAY, NOV. 23 Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Hams —at— WESLEY LEGION HALL Over First National Bank WESLEY Plenty of room. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED GUARANTEED as Advertised in Good Housekeeping Reg. $5 Connie Shoes $3.99 Our smartest styles at a big SAVING! Smart RIBBON SHOES... SOFtOES ... SCROLL PUMPS ... and others! New Colors. New materials. 369 Pairs .. all the popular styles. All colors HOUSE SLIPPERS $1.00 KRESENSKY'S Shoes - Hosiery - Dresses THE NEW DAILY MATINEES WED. - THURS., NOY. 17-18 HERE IS TRUE GREATNESS! HE'LL HOLD YOU IN , SILENCE AS DEEP AS YOUR EMOTIONS! FRI.-SATUR., NOV. 19-20 Tffif^rc^flfflFB^B^^ THIS COUPON plus one paid admission will admit TWO Friday, November 19 .HE PLAYED TH£~ . BLONDE MARKE Plus LYIN MOUSE ' NEWS — BE LUXE Plus "TIMID GHOST" "ROVER'S RIVAL" THANKSGIVING DAY AND FRIDAY, NOV. 25-26 Top Comedy LESLIE HOWARD, BETTE DAVIS OLIVIA DE HAVILAND in "IT'S LOVE I'M AFTER" SiNESS

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