——^-' —— — ^ ^^^^^ ADVAKCa. ALQOtiA. IOWA JohrUVIosier, Formerly Algona, Dies at Corning AGED MOTHER IS RESIDENT OF SWEA CITY Swea City, Jan. 23—Mrs. Sarah Morris lately received word that her oldest son, John Mosier, had died of heart trouble at his home at Corning. Mr. Mosier, who was 68, spent his earlier years in the Algona vicinity. In 1894 he married Emma Yazel, and a few years later they moved to Corning. He is survived by his wife, ten children, and 36 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren, besides his aged mother, who, because of poor health, was unable to attend Irvington, Jan. 23—Mr. and Mrs. ft, .r vern -T hWlllCh , Wn *, aSt we ? k ' E rnest Herman are parents of a Tuesday. Those_ from here who daughter, born Wednesday at ' GOD'S ACRES' CORN WILL BE SHELLED Corwith, Jan. 23 — Twenty-two business men met Thursday evening at the Legion hall to organize a business men's club, and now it has 30 members. Charles Murr wa a named president and W.' C. Woodbury secretary - treasurer. THREE BABIES IN IRVINGTON NEIGHBORHOOD Plans are under way to stage a big celebration in connection with the shelling of corn for churches that participated in the "God's Acre" plan. The shelling will take place February 4, providing present plans are completed. Committees appointed to sponsor the day are: entertainment, Dr. P. E. Walley, chairman, William Wood, Fay Scace, Eric Erickson and A. S. Beckman; publicity, John Mulllns, j.LicoutLj'. Auuae o-i uui imm wnu did attend were Mr. and Mrs. Wil"— "-••' ' "". and Mrs. Carl of Albert Kossuth hospital, the first Mr. and " the child. tdnowing news of . md two Lyte children, all of Albert Lea, Mr. and Mrs. John Barber, daughter Buma Paye, Fairmont, and the Carl Raths were guests of Mrs. Norris at William Barker's. chairman, Harry Maw, Walte KIrschgatter, Donald Miller, am Alvln Hlsvold; finance, Waltei Kirschgatter, chairman, W. C Woodbury, Rufus C. Welter, Jos Kouba, Harold Patka, and Glen Dunlap. THE POCKET BOOM 0/JCNOWLEpCE B/ TOPPS Roth Independent Quinls Win— The Swea City Bearcats, an independent basketball team, defeated the Buffalo Center independents here Wednesday evening at the school gym by two points. The game went to three minutes overtime, and the final score was 36-34. as hL hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Rober Bruus, Algona, are parents of a son, born Friday, January 13. Mrs Brims and the infant are with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs Peter Halsrud, north of Irvington Ihis is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Bruns. Missionary Society Meets— The Missionary society met Friday with Mrs. Leon Colwell, and Sirs. Nina Schichtl had charge of "•"<=.«"« u.c I.IHU score was 36-34. a lesson on China and national The Bearcats include Harry John- missions. The Rev. A Engltah ?ed son. Roy E. Bravender. Edgar) devotlonals. Mrs. K. P. Rofey gave a talk on the progress of missions in China in the last year, and Mr. English gave statistics on China missions. Mesdames Asa M L Honey, Boldridge, Barker, and Col- \VP M T'nnrl n«<4 J i i Price, Emory Bergeson, and Earl and Elmer Berg. Another independent team here won from Burt, 27-19, in a recent game, and this team includes Melvin Krumm, Everett Jensen, Gifford Smith, Bud Hanifan, and Palmer Jensen. Mrs. Xelson Loses Mother— 'Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson was called a week ago Friday night to the deathbed of her mother, Mrs. William Watson, Forest City, who was taken suddenly s ick at'6:30 p. in. and died three hours later. Funeral services were hold last week Tuesday afternoon at the F C Methodist church. Surviving' besides Mrs. Nelson are Mr. Watson, son Leon, daughter Alma, and an- ~" ' —"'*"&c, -umiivei, ana uol- well read and discussed stories and facts on the topics. The next meet- nig will be held February 37 at Mrs. M. L. Honey's. •Farewell for XinalTfecniit- Gerald Frankl and Lewis Scheppman gave a farewell dance i>. „,... "unsday n]ght a _ _ he Iryi _ Fu n . hall honoring Le Roy, youngest son ,„„„,, o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmai nni eave this wock for F °''t Dodge, whence he will be sent to the Great Lakes naval training other daughter", Mrs. Lester "sohn-' ,„ ,. ' er, Waterloo. There are two Nel- ; lo Y'" sll 'I> Card Club .rany— firranrtr-Mirii-nii TV,.,-LI —i -Ihe Riverdale card club wn« on Vfninnrl l~~i _._ . »>«0 CU- . son grandchildren, Dons. Mrs. Nelson Thursday. Donald and came home : EJelitieth nirUidjiy Observed— Mrs. Clifford Anderson recently entertained at a family party honoring the 80th birthday of her mother, Mrs, Louisa Berggren who was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson, pioneers in Swea township in the 70's. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs C F cu was entertained last week Wednesday "' , cards being Played at six tables. The next meeting will be held this week Fri- Operation for Brain ~Tumor— f' / armer south o£ f had anotll er opera- brain ^7°^^ & tUm ° r °" the biam. He has had several previous Oscar' "' am - Ue has had several i Burk-|°? e ™ tJOM - This "me, it is i I GQ, lr \VflR llnn/icifn*.-.. x_ I . , Armstrong, n r. an Mrs. John A. Anderson, of Anderson Oaks. got a Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burk-i -. . -••«> ""«, u is re head and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard f.^ U + Y, as necessary to keep" him Madden, Armstrong, and Mr. and -.---.. •• Three Couples Give Dance- A large crowd crowd attpnHnH •> Couple Home from Coast- *"""" •""" '- " ' - endod a Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Nelson home last week Monday few weeks with relatives and' 1 ^ 16 K£ friends in California, most of the '• evenin £time at the Peter N. Nelsons Los musi> rtnnr . dance given and . esons Los Angeles, and Harold C. Johnson's, Altadena. They also visited two brothers of Mrs. Nelson at Wakefield, Neb. jointly by Hr. " Harig, Mr. , and Mr. and Mrs. . at Livermore Friday A rhythm club furnished Ledyard, Jan. 23—Ernest Ploeg- ar had an accident Thursday morning as he was driving on the graveled road three miles west of Ledyard. The ear skidded on ice and flitch" o 6r ' the bank> sllding into the Pinned beneath the steerinTwlwer and it took him nearly-an hour to Set out, and then not till he broke he wheel off and crawled out He hen walked to the nearest farmhouse and called a wrecker for the ar which was badly damaged. Mr. 3 loege r suffered nojll effects. A !* a J Boys Priest's Gnests— Father Maynard enter. , - anar entertained his altar boys at 6 o'clock ^st week Tuesday evening a n d Jas " Dyer ' Pau l and s Garry, Blllie, Joe, and IVlckwires Leave Soon— The T. E. Wickwires, who have Other Sivea City. at- , - • "• .""•"•wjies, wno nave heen residents of this community many years, have rented a farm near Elmore. For the last ye a ^ Mrs. _ Other Irrlngton. Nina Schichtl went tn T n " -.-.„. c went tn T n Verne Wednesday for a fe w dav" " 4 AfrS ' Pe Titonkian is 77; Open House Kept James Winter,""^ i ivw , fh ** daughter, the wife of Dru,SS Denton, Tltonka. was 77 Jan 16 _iud iu his honor. Mrs. Denton C6 , P i ,° Pe , n house aild 26 fr ie Tailed. Mr. Winter was born in England, and as a young man he ° r time in the he did not h ™ mo to he was 20. At Gilmore City " n marshal for years. LOTTS CREEK ulai lei i f° n ° f Mr " 8n!j has been sick with trouble, but is 'Kirs. Grace Ramus, who recently had an onpmtinr, „„,* ^ owiiiy , e, Joe, and Denms McDonald, and Laurence Plynn. After dinner all attended a show at Blue Earth. duenaea Fire at Farm Home- Fire broke out upstairs in the Harry Miller farmhouse north of town Thursday evening and had gained considerable hladway be- SVf '/fsjiscovered. With the aw of neighbors and others the blaze was put out before much damage had been done ,"^P era 0'>- Catholics Give Card Party— » ea d and a Mr. Thilges, high at 500. Boy for the Schadendorfs— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf are parents of a 7-lb. son, born Ihursday, the fourth child, the other three being girls. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer entertained the Elvin Carpenters, also the A. E. Lauritzens, Parkersburg, at dinner lafet week Sunday 'Mr. Lauritzen is a former schosl superintendent here. Mrs. N. A Pingle entertained the Methodist Aid Thursday, 40 persons attending. The next meeting will be on February 2 with Mrs. John Holt. Kenneth Thompson, Sioux City, i here from last week Sunday the following Tuesday, guest at the parental George Thompson's The Harlan Pirsigs, Blue Earth were visitors at the parental Fred Bauman's last week Sunday Mrs. J. McDonald attended NO/ TO DO BUSINESS, ADVERTISE A ijuarterly meeting of the Lutheran Aid association was held in the parochial school basement last week Monday evening. A social evening WM pj, ulneti f f , fa < Wednesday, and Mr. and Mrs William Fuerstenau and Mr. and Airs Hugo Faulstich will be the serving committee. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and Mr. and Mrs. William Fuerstenau attended a motion picture on The Centennial Call of the Cross last so. weok Tuesday evening at the Burl ad Lutheran church. ' — William Fuorstenau went to Rochester Wednesday to consult a ^ 'luilt at Mrs. Andrew Wednesday afternoon and F . Edw. Kressin. Arthur and P aiu ' f"! na ^. Otto Ruhnke. Hugo Mev« n ', wS GeilKler ' Ma '-t!» Kohlwes W 'e"tendahl, and John SUCCESS Stephen -rattan 1 Monday. Alberta Boldridge, who went j r ., who recentl a PPendicitis home last CELLAR Yes, and in Your Attic Too! Turn Those Things You Don't Want Into Money with a Want Ad Neville Algona, Iowa COLLAR. A SOTOIJH WORKER u " WORK wee '(*», A ION6, A 7/M£) AS IOH6, AM AN n TMES At tons / . - -- THAT f A/JP (, FEET ACftOtt AND WEIGH HALF A TOH ARE fOUW IN TOE WTFR5 OFF THE »WT)MtlAM COA^TAMP THE EMl' TANGERINE* 4RE NAMFP FOR THF . IN MOROCCO — BUT M rAKStes. rusy Ate CHINA, BRITISH IMPlA RUfrSIA, WHIfH TOSFTHER F JV. HAVE — ••" — •- — /• i-j TRULV A '~~*^""™T!?*—"*T-—." LEDYARDER PINNED UNDER CAR ROADSIDE DITCH ESCAPES McWhorter Family Reduced to One— Mrs. Irene Gilmore got back on January 19th from St. Paul, where she had visited ten days with a cousin, Mrs. Elmer Davis. Mrs. Davis was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John E. McWhorter, who for many years farmed near Burt and later for some years farmed just east of Algona on the present No. 18. Mrs, Gllmofe's mother was the late Mrs. J. Q, Jamison, who was a sister of Mr. VfcWhorter, EHis McWhorter, and Le Roy McWhorter; the last two are still living here. The John E McWhorters had another child Dr. Colder McWhorter, Chicago, who died of cancer last October. Water Main Leaks; Takes Two Diggings- City workmen have twice had to dig up the paving and dig down to a water main on the west side of the former First National bank building in the last week. Leaks were emptying into the building's basement. In the first digging'a leak was found and repaired, but water continued to run into the basement, and on the second dig- ding it was found that there was another leak. postmasters' meeting at Burt last week Monday evening. Bimi?nJ! llC n ard Zielske visited Mrs William Bauman, near Lakota Thursday afternoon ' The Reformed Aid met with Mrs. Junkermeier Thursday "non Barslou was at Blue Thursday. ii i Leaving for Month in Coait State—- Mr, and Mrs. S*. B. Kent and and Mrs. R.-M, Miller are experiencing all of the thrills of A month far from Iowa's 6now and cold.- Last week Saturday they departed (by auto for California. They did not plan to settle down at any one place, but will be touring most of the time. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Verle Schmidt, Mr, and Mrs. Jos. Fraser, Otto Neuman, and Oscar Hamond attended he funeral of^Mrs. Schmidt's fath- >.r, Bert Sankey, Wednesday at 'rvlngton. The C. C. Cunninghams, Irvlng- on, spent Thursday at A. L. Ireenfleld'a, W. C. Taylor hag been suffering rom sinus Infection Incurred In a evere cold. A. L. Greenfield was ick last week, with a severe at- ack of the flu. The Oscar Hatnpnds spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy, north of Algona. The Brophys formerly lived on the farm a half mile west of Sexton now occupied by the Hamonds. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Algona, spent Thursday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were last week Tuesday guests at Leo Steven's, near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Steven'have a new son, born January 8. Mrs. Harvey Steven attended a W. C. T. U. meeting Wednesday at the Belle Purvis home at Algona. SWU CITY vs. ALGOIU FIRST AJf» SECOjr»,!ri;Airs Friday, January ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL Games begin at 7«80 Admission, 25 C nnd 20 C WANT*ADS The More Folks You Tell The More Goods You Sell 2??? '™ S . SI0 . NS . AT F I»ST SIGHT iw s ««» iJle! When you hare us keep your clothes smartly, freshly, dry cleaned, you impro^ your chances while you economize! Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 ALGONA, IOWA WE DELIVER END OF MONTH E.O.M. SALE US" ***'.^ •«••&•% 4 DAYS END OF MONTH SWEATERS Odd lot group FLOUR SACKS 98-lb. size full bleached Special, per do/. Regular 15 Guaranteed fast color 36 INCH PRINTS quality ^^ - 9C 3-LB. BATT8 Regular 69c OUTING FLANNEL Extra large assortment. Buy now REMNANTS Sizes ?tew prints Guaranteed or dark Regular 15c Part Wool Blankets Double 70x80 Fancy plaids Begular $1.98 20x40-in. TOWELS Plaid designs Regular 25c Very special TOILET TISSUE Begr, 5c roll Limited quality Very special 8UNCH SHEETING Regular 35c quality Brown or Bleached 42-inch. Regular 25c. Special TUBJNG DOUBLE BLANKETS 70x80 size 36-IN MUSLIN Fine quality Brown or Bleached I v.i-<;^-;.!». QUILT 81x96 size Glazed fl^h Itogular 49c SHEETS 81x99 size First quality 8c Plains or Plaids, values Big assortment Ked and white A big value pants, gloves, mittens '1.09 •••w l-2Price w . *«w shipment N «w patterns Regular 15c Department Sf0 im ^^^^^WniBBM^aa^^^i " ' ^i'
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