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RY 3, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE F1VB i Clot Cause of sing of Algona irl's Husband. f Selllo G. Bowyer. Mod, Calif.? Jan. 17—-The of Edwa'rd Kraft, husband 1 drnJei tv LUcile CYose, was Glendale .Wednesday, Jan, with, burial fit 'Sawtelle, national soldiers' home is raft waa a World "war vet- years did,' and had been rfect 'health t" Immediately i his, sudden" death. He it 2 o'clock,In;the night iplatned of heartburn. Lu- ilstered.to hitrir and they urned to bed. He half sat ast a pillow, then suddenly r dead. * Though ,a respir- lachine waa' used he could 'revived.-' Ail autopsy re- hat' a Mood clot had form- he aorta, 'the lafge artery from the 'heart. mories ,of "Aunt Jen." 3 Mclntyre - Wads worth Algona,in 1$67, and I had her well^all the years. The tral schoolhouse was built ar. As double seats were ien I sdt v with Jennie's • sister Maggie—two red- oget^ier! Lizzie Reed, af- s Mrs. *Horton, was our irst party at' the Mclntyre ras in' celebration of Mag- nthday.' 1 Generous refresh- vere served, among them a lilk pan of candy and nuts. vernacular 1 of > today, "Oh, rat a treat!" lers can,'all remember the ther parties,, "socials," and ties at "the 'Mclntyre home the i life ' of I Mr$. Mclntyre; erful red' carpet in the arlor;,,the square piano; i fin©' statues of horses, i a shelf made by Mr. Mc- who was a master tin- All of/the family tinware de by hand,,and the seams ird to keep clean. Sang in the Choir. [clntyre's 1 shop was at the ist' corner' of the house. Is death that part was re- and was then occupied by S. Langdonsj Mrs. Putsch, latter's daughter. Mr. and I were -married at PUZZLE: WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST FOR THE MORAL HERE? Wesley, Feb. 1—Children sometimes pull some pretty fast ones. The following illustrative story has been circulated here—not mentioning names, but all three families concerned are known well to most Wesley- ana. A yqung farmer with his 2-yoar-old son was getting his wagon ready for use. His nearest neighbor drove into the yard, and asked, "What are you going to do?" "Oh, I'm going to haul shelled corn." "Well, you'll sure as hell freeze the devil out of yourself, hauling shelled corn, as cold as it Is today." In the course of the/ day the corn was - brought to market, and on the young farmer's return that evening, his young son, never known by his mother to have heard swear-words, offered this shocking remark as he was at the window, watching daddy: "My, Mamma, I bet daddy froze hell out of the debil today!" ^LOCALS Zelda is one accomplished ae, had a room irded'wltli Mrs. adjoining, Mclntyre mnie. They, *were famous ind many! Algona families there at one time or an- At the timejWe here there, Jake Blossom and Milton rere other ^hoarders, also transients. ,1 Jake was very us, and so r was Mrs. Mc, i ~ ' ,*"', - Mclntyre. had fine linens rer which)she r ,had brought ;otland, ,and',her girls were better £han..any of the Igona girls. A She made one .her homeland! j sang in .the Congrega- hoir many "'years, and was when I,began at 14. She In what, \ras known as the ord district , near Lu 15i miles from town, and d to >walk^back and forth As.- L^ter .she taught : in ona schools, •' pent tile f for'Others. later, Malgle^died, and Jen- hejs- motheV'went away to lived in Reno, Nev. of Algona's most girls. Dan Long is Toutli. In 1867 tho late Dan Long worked for my step-father and boarded at our house. He was hired to cut wood from my mother's timber lot, now owned by Archie Hutchison. I had just started to school, and I was much excited over each day's experiences; and Mr. Long used to tease me unmercifully about my red hair and talking so fast. He liad a keen sense of humor, also i brilliant mind, and had been well educated. A girl named Lizzie Lattimore worked for my mother. She was a jood housekeeper, was kind, and :iad a soft voice. Dan fell in love with her, and they did their courting in the "front room" when the 'oiks were away. I used to tease them by listening through the chimney hole in the floor. They married and went to live in a house south of the present Algona hotel. When the first baby was born my sister Libbie and I were thrilled to go and see the baby. While Dan was still at our house he and Joe Phillips started the first Algona brick kiln, near the cemetery. For many years the only Dan .llmmlo Neville was at Fort Dodge Wednesday on a business mission. Pat Clillcn was a Sunday guest of relatives and friends at Em- meteburg. Mrs. Arthur ToblasojJ, of B'orest City, ha"d an operation at the General hospital Tuesday. •T. H. Chrlschllles, of the Chris- hilles store, left Saturday on a uyJng trip to Chicago. Mrs. L. 0. Uakcr has been con- Ined to her 'bed for more than a week with a severe cold. Druggist and Mrs. K. D. James vent to Des Moines last .week Thursday on a business trip. Xho'ltoT. B. F. Watson, Sioux !ity, was, a Friday dinner guest of the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Buress. ' Mildred Brnndow, Cresco townr ship, spent the wek-end with Mildred Rich, of the W. C. Dewel lome. h the^wfdower, 'd t^e" p care of Mr. Bush- the four p , the youngest a baby, now It Hofmaster. The family me to 'Algona, and all lived MclntyrKhome After the f MrsrP Mclntyie, Jennie , Bushnell weie married. ildren • called her "Aunt ad, the,, affectionate name Phillips family lived in the house in that part of town. and his wife later moved to his little farm across the river, on the road (built later) long known as the Dan Long road. It was then that he formed the habit ,which retarded his progress. Dan-Was Great Header. I have been told that Dan read all the best books in the , Algona library. A few years ago a man oame back to Algona and went ou to see his old friend Dan, taking along what he' considered-a choice bottle of bourbon, but on offering it to Dan, the latter said^he didn't want it; that once he was sitting and musing on his porch, and he said to himself, "Now, Dan, if you don't stop drinking you will become a drunkard," and that he ladn't drunk anything since. All of his friends will be glad to kno^y. that. He was his own worst enemy. I have had word that Mrs. Charlie Cohenour is very low.' She has; Deen an invalid for 4% years. Mrs. Cohenour was a Bancroft girl and was the "first wife of the late Dr. W. E. H. Morse. • Mrs. Elizabeth' Fostrc,'.Primghar, :eacher, was a week-end guest of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. • .. . * George Boslwell, owner of the Algona laundry, the former Kirsch aundry, made a business trip to Bancroft Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jacob's Barents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf Lotts Creek. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Akre left Sunday for Iowa City ;o begin a liberal arts course in ,he state university. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woole, Belmond, .were Monday guests at the Louis Lynk home. The Wooles are VTrs. Lynk's parents. Mr. and Mrs. ( Kenneth "Cowan, ;he newlyweds, got home Monday 'rom Chicago, where they had been on a honeymoon trip. M. .1. Pool, of the Botsford lumber yard, went to ^ Des Moint« Wednesday (yesterday) to attand a state lumbermen's convention. Mrs. Emma Taylor, of Dawson, Minn., and her son Oswald came Tuesday for a few days with the former's sister, Mrs. C. C. Wright. Ruth Black, primary teacher at Mallard, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, farmers southeast of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit and tho little son Michael were Sunday guests of Mrs. Streit's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan, Emmetsburg. Tlie Walter Meyers were Sunday guests of Mrs. Meyer's mother Mrs. Kate Schneider, Garnham- ville. Mrs. Schneider nas been sick. Spring vacation for Algona public school children this year begin Friday, March 25, and enc a representative of the Summers company, of St. Paul. Mrs. I/. M. Skoglund, Webster City, spent the week-end at the R. B. Kain home. Mr. Skoglund Is a basketball coach ati Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Skogluud and Alice Kain attended • college together at DeKalb, 111. Frances Duffy and Irene McDonnell spent tho week-end at Whittemore with their respective •arents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dufy and Mrs. Tom McDonnell. Fran- es'is employed a the courthouse, Mcsdames T. H. Chrischilles, J. Bonar, H, M, Smith, W." A. Lornz, L. E. Linnan, Marguerite ;enefick, and Helen Dingley were inner guests of Gertrude Flemming and her sister-in-law, Mrs. )on Flemming, at Forest City Wednesday evening. Mildred Dole, Irvington, helped Mrs.. Casey Loss at the sheriff's ipme Tuesday, and spent the rest f the week at the W. P. French lomo while the Frenches were at Des Moines on a business mission, ["he. sheriff and Mrs. Loss were boarding 15 prisoners last week. Dorlys Knndson, Des Moines, spent the week-end at home with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knutson. She has accepted a new position, and will begin work Tuesday for the Interstate Com- man went to Chicago Monday to attend a United Methodist Council which is observing the 200th anniversary of Methodism at the Stevens hotel. About 4000 delegates were to be there. The Rev. F. E. Burgess pastor of the Methodist church here, left Wednesday morning to attend the Council. Mr. Burgess will be back Saturday. Mrs. Merle Grlggs telephoned lier father, Dr. A. L. Rlst, that her husband, Merle, who is at the Mayo clinic, Rochester, where ho was taken Friday in an ambulance, suffering great' stomach pains,' is April 4. uary 15. "Bud" The semester ended Jan- Zender and Gail Potter were dinner guests last week Sunday of the former's sister, Mrs Paul* Hamill, and her husband Mason City. GusHo Patterson and. her sister Matilda Germann, the latter of De Moines, spent Sunday at Whitie lore with another sister, Mrs tartin Eischeid. . Katlicrlnc Powers, Lakota, ten e children's whole town, strenuously "Aunt Jen" Bushnell care for till they' in married the Mr. lived happily became SjjW Jen" cared for •— Il3i ' She had since , She once told «« MM] chair. Her for others. Blossoms. Sid and ;ona in the late lucted a butter in a two-story Jch used to stand P. & P. depot, then nephew, an of 17, to be land he received red magnificent onth ffted 'and Livermore Section Foreman in Change To a Bode Section Livermore, Feb. 1—Lee .Beers has accepted the railroad section at Bode, and he .began work Tuesday as foreman. He came to Livermore in 1911 and lived here several years before going to Larchwood, where he served as foreman, " From there he was transferred to Ellsworth, Minn., where he worked in the.'same capacity 12 yeras. On return to Livermore ha was employed on the local section. Six weeks ago he was called to Clear Lake, S. D., to servs tenir porarily as foreman. The foreman at Bode, Emory Bevard, was transferred to the Graettinger section. The Beers family will move to Bode as soon as a house can be obtained, Party from Fenton in Minnesota Trip 1 — Mr. and Mrs, son Merrildean, The Blosa H. similar C. Ad- 111 jeer lice 1 man.worked for fmai i led Carrie girl, and Cordingley, Jlivan. Sid was |rs a well known Jt was a coinci- ad "Aunt, Jen" [and at the same Australia. 'ther is prolong- gtralia. She has jrith a printing, publishing house, iyertising dopart- gpoken ten times b'jects pertaining has sold three rices, and wrote | magazine called this she has She editorship of galled The Beau- wiote that it is Ijstralia and the f,Ul with flow- iPorseback-iidtog Zelda \vas rider when she Fenton, Feb. Otto Hanson, daughter Lila Mae, and Mr, and Mrs. Adolph Hanson returned Monday from Thompson, where they had visited the Otto Hanson son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hagg. From Thompson the Haags accompanied the Hansons to Bricelyn, Minn., to visit Otto's aged father, Martin Hanson. Otto Hanson suffered an infection there In one of his legs, so the par came home sooner than they planned. Farmwife Sprains Back jn_Bad Fall Irvington, Fel>. 1—Mrs. R. J Skilling is recovering from a seriously sprained back which kept her comfined to .bed several days last week. She was carrying .her grandson, Murry Bagur, when she fell, but managed to protect him It was at first feared that her back was broken, but a physician found only a severe sprain. Mrs Bagur, whose home is at Ashland Ky., and her young son are spend ing a few tyeeks with the Skill ings.' ^ • •' THE BEY, AND Mrs. Geo. C Vance becanie parents of a boy Monday. They now fcaye two BOB. and e daughter. leulah Loss, basketball Ledyard, attande( tournament perature. They went down via St. Joseph, Mo., and came back through Topeka and Omaha. They visited Henry Boas at Winfield, Kans., and saw oil wells in. Oklahoma. Mr. Von Bank says the weather down there beats Iowa's, but he is still strong for the Hawkeye state as a place to make a living. Former Plum Creek Woman in Accident Irvington Feb. 1 — Mrs. Ray Fitch went to Britt Saturday for now resting fairly well. He is ur,-' the day with her aged mother, and tests, but the cause of pains hands had been caught in a wash- is yet undetermined. Mr. Griggs'iing machine wringer a week ago sister Beulah came from Minneap- Monday, while doing her washing. Mrs. Ben Potter, Algona, another daughter, also spent a day last week with Mrs. Clark, whose hand oils to care for Warren, hero. Irma Grclncr the Origgs baby, left Monday for 'hursday , and Friday and visitec he R. E. Kains. Mrs. L. Propst, daughter Katheen, and Weldon Green, all of. heldon, were over-night guests as,t week Monday at the Rev. F. !. TBurgess parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. John Foth and the atter's mother, Mrs. Lenore Peck, rere dinner guests last week Sun- ay \of the A. T. Foths, Lone'Rock, ohn and A. T. are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacob, Ausin, Minn., visited the former's rother ' Fred here Friday. Fred las the Coffee Shop, across the treet east frmo the courthouse. Mrs. A. H. Uhlendorf will, leave iunday for her home at Chicago, he has been visiting here at the Dennis Goeders home for several veeks. Mrs. Goeders is her daugh- er. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Elaughan, Corwith, and their daughter Patty vere Algona shoppers Tuesday, and they called on Mrs. Daughan's larents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bayor. Mrs. J. C. Skow, son, Joseph, Harold Barnwart, and Lois Col- veil were among persons, here vho attended a Pres'byterion ral- y at Burt last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Richard Vamlcrlinden and her bs\by son, Wayne Joseph, were aken home from the General hospital Monday. Mr. Vanderlinden s employed by L. F. Rice, the >akor. Florence Dehnert left Saturday night for Baltimore, Md., where she will be bookkeeper in a social security office. 'She is the daughter of William Dehnert, of the uropean hotel. Josephine Duhlhnuser, her broker Paul, Gordon Kollasch, and 3eorge Stewart spent Sunday at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, parents of Josephine and Paul. Mrs. Chet R. Williams, Mrs. Wilkins, and L. M. Christensen, ;he latter two from Estherville, left Sunday for Chicago, where ;hey are buying goods for the ihristensen stores. Mrs, Florence Byynnk and her mother, Mrs. Jos. Siemer, both of Osage, came last week Sunday foi a few days with the former's daughter, Mrs, Kenneth Knutson who is office nurse for Dr. M. G Bourne. B. R, HutzeU. got back Friday from Davenport, where he had attended a McCormlck-Deering store managers' meeting since the Tuesday before. Mr. Hutzell made trip through < the Rock Island Farm-All works. Mrs, Leo Stillmau, Tulsa, Oklu. the former Helen Vinson, came last Thursday to attend the funeral of her -brother, Howard Vin- soji. She left Sunday 'for home While 1 here she was a guest o: Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Mr. a«d Mrs, W. E. Hawcott and Jack Hilton went to Minneapolis J?rfd&yi $nd returned Tuesday They bought goods for tha Haw cott and Ogg store. Mr. HiUou is nerce Commission. She is a 1934 raduate of the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe spent he week-end at West Union, their old home, whore they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Traeger. VTrs. Traeger is a brother 'of Mrs. Pratt. En .route home they attended a Westinghouse meeting at iVatcloo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Simonsen, Jraettinger, and their daughter Roberta were Sunday guests of VLrs. Simonsen's sisters, Mrs. Dick Sorensen and Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Ilizabeth. Morlan, mother of the ;hree women, accompanied the Si- monsens home, after two weeks here with the Sorensens. Floyd Morris, who had been at ;he state university hospital three weeks for medical treatment, came borne Tuesday. He is in the employ here of the Bell telephone ;ompany, taking the place of Thos. Link, who was lately transferred to another point. The Morrises came from Mason City. Clarence Stewart, and Woocirow Cook, and Glen and Jerome N'nil- sen went to Fort Dodge Friday evening to attend a wrestling "match held between Clarion and Fort Dodge. Coach Ridenour here took down the entire wrestling team from Algona for observation of the tactics of other, wrestlers. B. G. Riciiardson went to Rochester Sunday to get his wife, who had undergone an operation there on the left eye to remove a tumor. They came home Monday. The doctors, anticipate no further trouble, and it will not be necessary for Mrs. Richardson .to return to Rochester for a check-up. Mrs. Zcno Bass, Strahn, and her daughter Rose Anne, with Gleda Coppersmith, all of What Cheer, came Friday for the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mrs. Bass is Mrs. Roberts' mother. .The girls,-Rose Anne and Gleda, are students at Drake university, Des Moines, wnere they are roommates. Dr. W. D. Andrews spent last veek from Monday .till Thursday t Kirksville, Mo, 'vhere ha attend d a surgery clinic at the Laughin, hospital. Thence he returned is far as Des Moines, where lie ttended another surgery clinic at he General' hospital. Doctor Anrews is the heal .surgeon «t the ocal General hosjri'al. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rector, of Clarion, and their son . Harold vere Wednesday guests of the Valter Robert family. Mr. Rector s the game warden and was formerly a pupil of Mr. Roberts, who' vas once superintendent of the Troy schools. Mr. Roberts is now Big Stone City, S. D. Her brother Stanley took her to Mason City, where she took train to Minneapolis, where she was a guest briefly of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bears. Mr. Bears formerly lived here, and was employed at the Swift plant. From there she went to Ortonville, Minn., where she was met by relatives who took her to the Frank Matheis home at Big Stone City, where she is making a visit. Mr. Matheis is her half-brother. . The Roy Christenscns moved from Graettinger last- week-end into the P. .7. Christonsen homo here, and will be there while the couple last named are spending a couple of months in Arizona for Mr. Christensen's health. Roy will spend part of his time. hero, and part at Graettinger, where no has a Gamble store. Word from the P. J. Christensens reported they were making good time and that the weather was getting warmer the farther south they get. The last word was received from Oklahoma. They left here Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Sirs. Mike Von Bank, nera West Bend, and their driver, Clem Crahan, lately returned from Coffeyviile, Kans., where the Von Banks visited their daughter and the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. \Vo6drow Gordon, two weeks. The Von Banks traveled 1600 miles and report a fine trip, with the weather at 60' to 70 degree in tem- was giving her much pain. The Clarks were once Plum Creek farmers. Attend Waterloo Funeral. Fnnton, Feb. 1 —Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel, Fenton, and Mrs. Carrie Haase, Algona, drove to Waterloo Saturday to attend the funeral of August Widdel, 72, uncle of Walter and Mrs. Haase. All returned the same day. G&B Special A satisfying smoke for the particular smoker. Let the flavor and aroina be your guide •—and the G. & B. Special will be your favorite cigar. The cig-ar made by men who know how. a .farm supervisor for the local tfetropolitan Insurance company irarich. . Tho Kev. and Mrs. W, G. Muhle- Algona vs Humboldt HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Friday, February 4 Second team game begins at 7:30, and game at 8:30. first team Humboldt is now leading the North Central Conference and Algona can tie with them if the locals win. Admission, 25c and 20c. IOWA WEDNES. THRU. SATUR. FEBRUARY 2-5 2 Features, 21c If .-WILLIAM BOYO GEORGE HAYES Russell HAYDEN Judith ALLEN Now Showing—Mae West in 'Every Day's a Holiday' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5 JOHN BARRYMORE in "NIGHT CLUB SCANDAL" SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6 AND 7 if you enjoyed "Wells Fargo" — then plain to see this one, with nine of the funniest, hombres that ever cracked a smile. Second Feature JACK HOLT —in— "UNDER SUSPICION" SUN..MON., FEBRUARY 6,7 2nd Feature "SOME BLONDER ABE Cliff Edwards, Raymond Hutton, Bruce Cabot, Noah Beery in the cast Extra Special Added Attraction a Basketball Game—Professional —in— "BALL .TOSSEBS" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDRY, FEBRUARY 8 and 9 Matinee 1 o'clock, continuous PHIL REGAN, ANN DVORAK, GENE AUTRY • CAB CALLOWAY, LOUIS PRIMA, TED LEWIS' BANDS —in— : : ''MANHATTAN MERRY GO ROUND" Pictorial Gang; Comedy News Hood's IGA Store Specials FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY February 4, 5 and 7 Algona, Iowa FREE DELIVERY - 1 TRIPS DAILY PHONE 355 COFFEE Blue G» 23c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 8-oz. can CORN, WHITE, No. 2 cans CORN FLAKES, large IGA WHEAT PUFFS, Gold Toast, 1'ge CREAM CEREAL, IGA, reg. pkg. -_ 3for25c _- 3 for25c 2 pkgs. 18c 2 pkgs. 18c 15c PRUNES New California Lb. 5c MACARONI, Carol cut, 8-oz. pkg. 2 for 9c SPAGHETTI, Carol cut, 8-oz. pkg. _ _ _ 2 for 9c COCOA, IGA, y z IJ). Jjox 8c COCOA, IGA, 1-Ih. box 12c IVORY SOAP, 1 large and 1 med. __ Both 16c Omar Flour 49 .i,, i,. g $1.79 Wheatles lie DES'RT POWDER, all flavors, IGA 4 pkgs. 18c DUTCH CLEANSER, chases dirt 2 boxes I5c RAISINS, Thompson seedless __2 Ib. pkg. 15c PRUNES, large size 3 Ibs. 21c Raisins Thompson Seedles wLbs. WLbs. -• I C SALT, round boxes IGA 2 boxes 15c P&G SOAP, jumbo bars 10 bars 35c COOKIES, plain and fancy mix 1 Ib. 19c SUGAR, granulated 10 Ibs. 53c NAVY BEANS 5 Ibs. 25c Oranges Sunkist Navels large size Doz. 23c Grapefruit Texas Seedless large size Doz. 25c Lettuce Large solid heads for 1 3C Carrots buS__ r !! 5c APPLES, Winesap 0: Roman Beauty, full bu. 1.29 FREE COOKIES Phone your order for early Saturday delivery on Friday nights. We will be able to give you better service and better merchandise. Phone orders taken up till 9 p. in. With every order taken Friday night we will include a bag of fresh cookies FREE. Call 355. 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