iYEARS AGO Saturday s. Andrew Seaatream Algona Ag will, celebrate • f " w dd!»g anniversary Mrs Seastrenm was 89 *,Vr. Seastream will ' mar- * to Jbe Un KOSSbTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALQ6NA. toWA PAGE S1VB ^LOCALS Ascension day will be celebrated at the Trinity Lutheran church at 10:30 a., m. Thursday in German. Postmaster W. W. Sullivan attended the state postmasters' convention at Des Moines Friday and Saturday. j«d)-, danghter of Harold Bockes, a publishing company. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Cutler arc parents of a !)%-l'b. «on, born last Thursday nt the Koasuth hospital, Mrs. Cutler l s a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c. T. Wilson, of State's cafe, and Mr. Cutler Is in the employ of McGulre Bros., road Improvement contractors. was released from sca.rlet fever i Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Eaton got quarantine Saturday. Lucile Stray- home Monday from New York city took care of her. where Mr. Eaton had been on a Eleanor 1'nync, R. N., of Mason j hURl »oss mission for the last two City, spent Mothers day with i, cr months. Mrs. Eaton was there a parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. weck - They came by train via ~ Washington, D. €. Mr. Eaton is with the Metropolitan Life here. _ ^ %iv . J'i°. und Mrs. Donald Grettie, of Minneapolis. This was just a jaunt Cll 'cago, with their two sons, came She is doing private nursing. Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Sawyer last week Monday united, went from there to Halstead, Kans., for Mother's day With. Mrs. Buthman's parents. The iButh- mans are expected ..home sometime this week. Mrs. Nefl Mnndhenk, Sioux City, was o week-end guest at her cousin T. L. Larson's. 'She came to Attend the wedding of another cousin, Kathryn Simpson, Whittemore, to William Baudler, Austin, Minn., which took place at 2:30 Saturday afternoon at the First Lutheran church, Algona. Mrs. Mundhenk, who was Nell Nelson, is a former Algona girl, the widow of a onetime C. & N. W. agent here. Harry Lenses arrived from Council Bluffs last week Monday to be day chef at the Demand cafe. Mike Hantzos, preceding day chef, left for 'Chicago Wednesday. Looses is an ex-service man at Camp Gordon, Ga. He is married and has two daughters. The fam- lie Huff, Plum Creek, and Mrs. George 'Benscfhbter, Oil'bert's mother, went to Sioux City last week Monday, and the men attended a grain dealers'convention. Mr. Huff Is manager of the Plum Creek elevator;. Mr. Benschoter, of the Farmers' elevator at Whittemore. Mrs. George -Benschoter visited Mrs. Guy L. Taylor and the latter's mother, Mrs. Donald Rice. Mrs. Ollrer Moe purchased Mrs. A. H. Stock's house on south Moore street, and plans to remodel it for tenancy. Mrs. Stock, the Clyde) 10 for former .Mrs. Bertha (J. Smith, will leave June Marysville, Wash., where her 'husband now lives. She has been in the bookwork at the Elbert office while t(he Was here, ard, local hardware to see the country and the city. a woek Saturday to visit Mrs. . . Mr. and Mrs. George Smith spent °rettie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mothers day with mother at Pnnora. with the'Metropolitan Life here. The Knv. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, with their son Ronald, were at Manson Monday and Tuesday, attending a Lutheran district meeting. the former's i L> Voh s. Doctor Grettie, a re- Mr. Smith is sc arch chemist for Swift's, has gone back, but Mrs. Grettie and main there till closes. G. M. How- dealer; and Mrs. Howard took her to Ottumwa, old home town of the -Howards, and remained for a few days with the couple's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Howard and George Rhue respectively. The local Howards are expected back today or tomorrow, Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral df Donald Johnson at the local Methodist church Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Story City, son Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Christiansen,. W. J. Hager, Linn Cousins, all of Alden; Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and Minnie Ander- Algona the last month or so. Herj SO n, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne daughters, Evelyn, teacher at Car-' Kelley, and the J. W. Kelleys, Vinson, and Louise, student at the State Teachers college, will accompany her to Washington for the summer. Mrs. CInra Pnlton, who has been sick with pneumonia at the Kossuth hospital, is still slowly improving. Her son Lamont, Evanston, 111., and his wife came to look after her. Lamont Is in. the insur- the children remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Ralph Carpenter, of Iowa City, visited her (parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, fromWednes- Mr. and Mrs. Blairstown; the W. Titonka; Mr. and W. E. Curtis, S. Cosgroves, Mrs. Arthur Shiltz, Bancroft; Mrs. Irving Urch West Concord, Minn., son Alfred. A house is being completed or the Mike Loss farm for the son •Mike Jr. and his wife. The latter is a Steussy daughter. Mike Sr. plans to retire next year, but he and his wife will continue to make their home on the l»r. CV C. Shicrk will go to Des day till Monday, and from here Suitor In Youth. 12 years Mr. Seastrcam fol- sea after he finished fclect a name which- symbolized Moines Saturday to attend a eon-] went to Minneapolis for another •vention of the Iowa association of visit. She is the former Ruth Mc- podiatrists. He will be baolc Mon- Mahon, and her husband is a mem- day. • | bcr of the state university medical '.' l)orothy Bird is a new clerk at;staff. the Algona Bakery. She started! Mrs. Robert Middlekanff has rework a week ago Saturday. Miss j turned to her home in .San Fran- "' Bird was formerly a waitress at \ Cisco, after the winter were with' the Wilson cafe. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Long, with Middle- Looses 'had been in restaurant work 15 years at Council Buffs. Frank Schoby, freshman at Ames, spent from Wednesday till, Sunday with his parents, Mr. and|ance business. Mrs. Dalton has Mrs. C. R. Schoby, farmers south! °" e other son, Burr, who is in the of town. He'is taking a median- navy, at present aboard ship off j Mike Jr. will be in ical engineering course. Mr. nnd San Diego, Calif. The boys' fath-11 f arm ing operations. Mrs. Schoby had a family reunion: e was tne late Guy Dalton, Lakota acres j n the place, on Mothers day, all the chlldr-.ni 1 Banker, and Guy was the son of M. being at home. The ' others are j B.. Dalton, for many years a well- Kathryn, employed at Algona, and: known Algonian. Mrs. K. W. Thoreson, Ellsworth. I Mrs. Earl Traul, Ottumwa, went is a farmer, 1 home Siinday,' after two weeks IOWA TUBS. • WEDNES Run THURS. THRU SATURDAY May 18-20 Thoreson, also here. here with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschot- Mrs. Matt Kapp. She is a former er, Whittemore, Mr. and Mr.s. Les-, Elbert garage employe, and she did farm, though charge of all There are 440 The elder Mr, and Mrs. Loss have four sons. Sheriff Casey Loss and Robert Loss, chairman of the county A. A. A. committee, are two of them, and the remaining son is Ralph, who married a B. E. Norton daughter and lives at Bremerton, Wash. Mrs. Frank (jnpcsius goes to Mason City today to enter Mercy their grandchild, Charles hospital for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs. Capesius are farmers southeast of Algona. . Mrs. Lottie Wheeler, of Webster City, was a guest Wednesday and Thursday of her daughter Mrs. R. W. Anderson, Mr. Anderson is in 'telephone employ here. Mr. and Mrs. William Hans, kauff, spent Sunday at New Hamp- __ ton with Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. S Ruth Jackson. The John lloes, who have been living in a Moe bungalow on east Oak, will leave Algona June They plan to make a motor trip to Minnesota lakes, then to the fair of at San Francisco, after which they 6 adend to petition the gov- iment for permission to^take it. ? leastream followed this cus- ; ^Ush is "Sjostrom,!' with Rudd, were Sunday guests of the Anton Didriksens and) the Sidney Spears. Mr. Hans, a brother of Mrs. Spear, operates a meat market. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddings, Wesley, were Sunday guests of- the CO1UMBIA PICTURE Second Feature GEO. MURPHY DOROTHEA KENT —in— "RISKY BUSINESS" SUN., MAY 21 FOB 4 DAIS Second Feature — "MISSING DAUGHTERS'* will has locate been in California. Mr. Boe conducting a Buick agency here during the last year. Mary Anderson, R. N., Hum- bodt, began work Monday as office nurse for Dr. F. €. Scanlan. She replaces Deane Arndorfer, who resigned Saturday to make prepara- where he conducts a general store women's mother, Mrs. Mae Harris, [ tions for marriage June 5 to Paul Swedish nlaut o'a. and sister Mary. The men farmers. ' . Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht are Rieser, Chicago. Miss Anderson had a special course in baths 'and and nm , brothers and three sisters , the family were brought up on 'seashore. All the brothers were Hllors, and Andrew sailed on-his ,„ e's ships on all the ocean.rHe rossedthe Atantic six or seven e sailed around Africa, and in i Indian ocean. He worked on Freighters at first, later was pro- Wed to first mate on a steamer Mrs Seastream worked with a lurrier before marriage, making taps and muffs. She spent five fears in Denmark, then went back Sweden, where she was mar- Once Was Shipwrecked. < Mr. Seastream was once ship- decked in the West Indies. About Hat time his elder daughter died, ind that was one reason why it :as decided to leave Sweden. The •duple chose Algona for a new because Mrs. Seastream's [brother, Andrew Nelson, and her iBister, Mrs. Andrew Ostrum, were Iliving here. The Seastreams have lived tare ever since, except two jyears, 1904-1906, when they were •ith their son in Colorado for his .•alth., Mrs. Mathilda Wallenstrom, 66, Jis the only one of Mr. 'Sestream's (brothers and sisters who survive, land she lives in a village which is la suburb of Stockholm. Mrs. Sea- Istream has not been.strong since lshe suffered two strokes, but she lis able to be up and around the Ihouse. Because of her frail 'health [celebration of the anniversary will Ibe modest. Mr. Seastream remains I in good health, Built Many Homes Here. There are three grandchildren. IWllliam Monlux, graduated two [years ago in veterinary \medicine I at Iowa State college, is now (teaching in the pathology research I department of Cornell university, (Ithaca, N. Y. Robert is a fourth- I year medical student at the state I university,, and Andrew is a sec- I cad-yea i student in veterinary [medicine at Ames. The Seastreams have been mem- Ibers of the First Lutheran church [Slice 1884, and Mr. Seastream was I lor 30 years its secretary/ Some buildings in Algona which Mr. Seastream built are the Pre.s- Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Behrends spent' school Mothers day at Mountain Lake, electrical treatment at a Chicago Harold Fox, Savannah, 111., , Minn with Mr. Be'hrends' and with her daughter Carol June, is a Mrs Specht's mother, Mrs. William | Behrends. 3frs. Alex flermand, of the Dermand cafe, spent last week Monday with relatives and friends at Webster City where Mr. and Mrs. Dermand formerly lived and conducted,a cafe. Loretta Coyle, Fort Dodge, was a week-end guest of Mrs. Phyllis Good. The former has a beauty shop here, and Mrs. Good is a clerk in the dress department of the local S. & L. store. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook drove to Pella Friday to attend the Pella I'yterian parsonage; the George [Galbralth and Frank Nicoulin I (Moulds) houses; the First Luth[«an parsonage; the T- H. Wads- porth, E. C. Dickinson, H. D. Hut- Neal Smith, Robert Kain |St Thomas Church in Business District i ' a ..St. Thomas bishop's committee meeting following the morn- service at the local church Glenn Shore was elected to an annual diocesan at Davenport this week delegate Tuesday and Rauey Wednesday, Glenn sZ y ? vas elected provisional del« ck ' prles t-in-oharge' ot'W*- ? e , Rev " A, ,.v c m rchs at ' .» , , and here, is h nding the convention. The B M a.MaUo n , of the Were FatUe * Bbhroclc, C, H. Freeman. ".Dr>J. <' Godfrey Win* 3-Honor at Ames tulip celebration. They also called on a sister of Mrs. Wheelock who lives near Knoxville. lloland Larson, Junior at the State college, Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Larson. His father conducts the -gas station next southwest of the ice cream factory. Arlenc Wooster, Eagle Grove, who was a guest Friday of Dorothy Dailey, came to attend the senior play, She Stoops to Conquer, in which Dorothy had a leading part. Arlene is in junior college. Laronne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Prew, Humboldt, was a week-end guests of Lenora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hagg. The Prews were Algonians when Mr. Prew was head cook in a local restaurant. Georgu Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel, left Monday for Ostego lake, Cooperstown, N. Y., where she will have a secretarial position in a summer camp three months. She finished teaching at Gushing Friday. Kernard Wilson and Philip Ling, Lake Mills, were Thursday guests of Mr. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, and of his sister, Mrs. V. N K. Rising. Mr. Wilson operates a restaurant, and Mr. Ling has a drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keipp, Waterloo, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday with the latter's sister, Mrs. "Andy" Johnson. Mr. Keipp is with the John Deere Implement Co. there. Mrs. Johnson is a clerk at the Cummings store. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pommerening, with their son Bobby, were at St. • Paul Sunday and Monday, guests of the daughter/Mrs. 'Dan-r iel Gels. Mr. Pominerening is employed at Greenberg's Auto Supply. Mr. Geis is a grocery clerk. Viola Heller, B. N., was at Albert Lea Wednesday and Thursday, attending a nurses' alumni banquet and visiting her sister Irene, who is taking first year s nurses' training there. Viola is office nurse for Dr. P. V. Janse. Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Scott Moore, spent last week Sunday at home, and with him was his roommate, Verl Hunt, Red Oak, Both are second-year students at the State college, Wayne in the electrical 'engineering department. The Warren Peiblers, near Swea City, and the Roy Deiblers, near Titonka, spent Sunday evening at W. F. Deibler's, east of town, in honor of the eWer'Mrs. Deibler on Mothers day- Some neighbors were, also in attendance, and; lunch was Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gil- •Beuschoter, Whittemore, was baptised Sunday at the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Godparents were his parents anil nis uncle, Arthur Benschoter. Gilbert is manager of the Wbittemore raters' elevator. Mr, »»4 Kw, 'Edward Ostrum. of London, Minn., with two children, wejre Mothers day guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank Oetrum, parents of Edward, -who Is' in fiotsford employ The elder Mrs. Ostrum went tp-London with the visitor? for a stav of & few days. «*»* v* j» r • . ,^«.._ Sioux City Of her sis- She came guest at the Dr. L. W. Fox home. The visitors came with the Foxes from Mount Carroll, 111., two weeks ago, and will be here another week or' more. Harold Fox brother of Doctor Fox, is a patient in a tuberculosis sanitarium at Ot-1 s: tawa, 111. Mrs. Joseph Lichter, with her new son James Joseph, was taken home from the Kossuth 'hospital last week Tuesday. This is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Lichter, farmers north of Algona. Mrs. Lichter, the former Mary Gisch, whose parents are north of town farmers, is a former teacher at Lone Rock. ^_ Itculah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore, has resigned recent election as primary teacher at Milford to accept election to the staff of the Fort Dodge schools. -Her sister Ruth, now teaching at Janesville', will succeed her at Milford. Both will profit from considerable salary increases. Mr. and Mrs. James Tornabane, Fort Dodge, spent the week-end with the latte-r'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, farmeVs southeast of town, and Mrs. Torna- bane remained for a week's further visit. The latter is the former Evelyn Capesius, and her husband is a salesman for the Galenski Fruit Co. out of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. 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