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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 27,1934 BURT VISITOR IS BESET BY HARD - LOCK ON TRIP * :Mrs. Violet Walston Suffers Fall, Brother Dies, Another Falls IU Burt: Mrs. Violet Walston of Mevers Falls. Washington. Is visiting at the home of her niece. Mrs. Flovd Duncan. Mrs. Tom. Trenanr and Mrs. EmU Pterson. Mrs. Walston has met with misfortune on her trip. While she was visiting (her niece. Mrs. O. W. Leek, at Arnesard. North Dakota, she fell off some steps and broke her wrist. When she arrived at St. Louis, to visit her brother, Osmar deary she found him 111 and he died while she was there, and after cornlnn to Aleona to visit 'her brother Omar Clearv. toe suffered a stroke and has been at. the hosnltal about two weeks. ?oster house In the north part of town. They expect to move about the first of October. Dr. W. T. Peters left Sunday from Minneapolis for Washington state, where he will visit bis son Russell and family. He will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shadle. He made the trio in an airplane. Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Algona called at the J. P. and F. O. Stow homes Sunday. Mrs. Free will leave Friday for California to spend the winter with her mother. Mrs. Laura Paine. Mrs. Violet Walston. Mrs. Floyd Duncan and Harold Smith called at the Frank Reibhoff and Bill Rich homes near Algona Sunday. They were old neighbors of Mrs. Walston before she moved to Washington. About forty-five ladles enjoyed a picnic and wiener roast at the home of Mrs. Claude Slgsbee east of town on Tuesday of last, week. A good time was enjoyed by all. The lunch money will be used to buy travs for the Aid society. The Birthday circle will meet at the 'horn? of Mrs. C. I. Mansmlth Thursday afternoon. Miss Aleda Toebbln of Chicago snent last week here with her mother. Mrs. Anna Toebbln. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman and childreki were dinner guests at the •Gerald Brace home Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Baum and daughter. Mrs. Turlev of Lakota have been visiting at the Erwln Schwietert home. Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton of Ellsworth has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. F. L. Pratt, the oast week. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter. Mildred and Maxine Schenck of Minneapolis attended the funeral of Geo. Hanna Friday. Mr. and MM. C. C. Smith. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters were dinner guests •of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald on Saturday evening. Mrs. C. S. Coffin and Mrs. A. C. Bernhardt. will entertain the Ladies' Aid at the church Wednesday afternoon of next week. Marlon Chroman. George Sohroeder and Maurice Thomoson returned home 3ast Thursday from northern Minnesota, where they were on a fishing trio. Word was received here last week by friends of the arrival of a babv bov •at. the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ok-ne Jncobson at. their home in Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Nordln mirchas- «d the property known as the late Jim George Free and LOTTS GREEK NEWS Mrs. Bessie Critzer Services Held Here Funeral services were field for Mrs. Bessie Critzer Saturday afternoon, September 22, from the First Congregational church with Rev. C. V. Hulse officiating. Interment was made in the Irvlngton cemetery. Mrs. Critzer was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shackelford and was born September 25, 1899, in Irvington township, Kossuth county. She was a graduate of the Algona high sdtoool in 1919 and since that time had been teaching In various schools throughout the county. On September 13, 1925, she was married to Edgar Critzer. Mrs. Critzer passed away at the Dea. conness hospital at Marshalltown, on September 19, 1934 after an Illness of five weeks with abdominal accesses. Those left to mourn her death are her aged grandmother, Mrs. Mary Ward, (her ntoUher, Mrs. Mary Shackelford and one sister, Mrs. Will Kollasch of Jamestown, North Dakota, and the relatives and many friends In and around Algona. One sister preceded her In death. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall and son. Bobby of Algona were entertained at the Flene home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fred Meyer was called to the home of her mother. Mrs. Mary Mlt- tac of Fenton on Thursday on account of Mrs. Mlttag-a serious illness. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Markgraf and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Marbtraf arrived on Saturay to visit, the Nick Qengler family and other relatives. The Mark- grafs live at Wood Lake. Minn. Elmer and Lorenz Pllahn. Ruoert. Rueben and Harold Luedtke returned home on Saturday eveninb after a three weeks tour through the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. The Young People's society will meet in the school basement on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Burmeister of Algona. were visitors at the Wm. Schmiel home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes and children of Austin. Minn,, came last Tuesday to visit at the John Kohlwes home and they also attended the wedding of Mr. KohlTOS' sister. Mrs. Paul Eteler. Mrs. Paul Elgler was a guest of honor at. a miscellaneous Dost-nuDtial given in the school basement on Sunday afternoon. The hostesses wfcre the Misses Mathilda. Lillian and Olivia Kressln. Mrs. Frank Schuler. Mrs. Herbert Potratz anl Mrs. Richard Potratz. Over 60 guests were present. Mrs. Mary Orosnlck. Frank Klatt. Miss Frieda Stuebe. a granddaughter f Mr. Klatt of Watertown. Wls.. and „ grandson of Mr. Klatt who lives in Illinois, arrived last week for a visit at the F. W. Mlttag home. Besides visiting the Mittags they visited with jther relatives here and in Fenton. ATS. F. W. Mlttag Is a sister of Mr. Clatt and Mrs. Grosnick. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau and amlly were dinner guests at the Ed Ohm drome in Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz and family and r. and Mrs. Wm. Wetzel and family were entertained at dinner at tha Wm. Hlllman home at Fairmont. Minnesota. Sunday in honor of Mrs. Hillman's birthday. Mrs. Hlllman Is a cou- In of Mr. Wetzel and Mrs. Potratz. Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Our guest speaker wilt be Rev. Arratsmitri of Cherokee, who was a former district superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal church of the Sheldon district. He has also held pastorates at Sac City and Odeboldt. HEADLINES Are Exciting . . . when they can endow your profile with unsuspected charm and piquancy! And that's exactly what you may expect from the clever new models which have just arrived at The Elite. So wide a variety are they showing that it's easy to find the perfect hat for every personality and even every mood! Velvets, antelope, felt, etc. Black, Brown, Green, Rust. ELITE Shop CRESCO NEWS Mr. and M!rs. Aftvin Weber were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wllklns. Mr .and Mrs. F. L. Miller were vis- tors Sunday at the Crawford Bros. home near Whlttemore. Mrs. William Greenfield Is reported as improving after her sudden and serious illness ten days atro. Mrs. Lloyd Martin soent two days last week at. the home of her Barents. Mr. and Ml*. A. Harlg at St. Benedict. Vforster returned to De» the first, of last week after ten day; at the home of hla Barents. Mr. and Mn». M. C. Worster. John Steite. brother of Mesdames George Brazee and George HaWe. Is recovering nicely from an arnjendlcltis operation at. the Kossuth hosoital. Mrs. A. E. Olavton and family cn- ioyed a week end visit front her brother. James Peterson and wife and two sons of Minneapolis. They returned Sunday evening. Messrs and Mesdames Verne and Franz Teeter returned Sunday after a week's visit with the bovs' staUr. Mr. and Mrs. Orvilte Varner at Keokuk and relatives at Pah-field. Iowa. Mrs. Homer Llndhorst returned last week Wednesday from a visit with relatives at LeRov and Bloomlnaton. Illinois. Her mother is at the latter cltv In a hospital with a broken hin. Titonka PTA Was Host to Regional Meeting Last Week 71 tonka: The Titonka Parent-Teacher Association entertained In a regional conference the P. T. A. associations ot our counties and those Interested in the work, Tuesday, Sept. 85th from 10:30 a. tn. to 4:15 p. m. at the M. E. church. The conference was primarily i get acquainted meeting. Format In- itruotion was given and informal discussion and a question box was a part of the program. The program follows: call to order, Mrs. Craven, community singing; Invocation; introduction of conference leaders; meaning of regional conference P. T. A. Movement, Mrs. Hurd; Guiding Principles, Mrs. Nefzger; Publicity, Mrs. Kushncr, Congress Publications, Mrs. Hurd; Round Table conferences, Progmnt Planning, Congress Unite, OTRiwilzition of Units. Mr. and Mrs. R O. Bruns of Buffalo Center visited Friday with his son, Quy Bruns and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baada and family moved to Rolfe last Saturday where Mr. Baada will help on a farm. Miss Viola Rtlce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rlke, living west of town, is attending the State Teachers College Buffalo consolidated played Ledyard In their first game of baseball this season, Friday and won by 8 score of 4 to 3. Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeVrtes are entertaining his sister, Mrs. John Orthel and her son. Carl of Frankfort, Mich., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Bruns left on Saturday for Freeport, 111., and the world's fair. Mrs. Harry Beed entertained the Thursday Ikfficheon bridge club last week. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe won first, Mrs. Ray Bonacker, low. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe was a guest. Mr. and Mr*. Zatne Heftner and daughter, Lois of Boioeville, Wisconsin, left for their home after visiting for a week wKh his mottier. Mrs. Mary Heifner and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missal arrived lome Tuesday afternoon from Wlnona, 111., where they spent about three weeks visiting relatives. They spent two days at the world's fair. Rasmus Hansen was operated on at the University hospital at Iowa City, Tuesday. His son, Ernest, was with him at the time. Mr. Hansen 1" reported as getting along nicely. Miss Fern Krantz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz and Willis Phelps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps, living west of town^are attending Mornlngslde College at Sioux City. The Titonka American Legion Auxiliary unit will present "Miss Prosperity on Parade" at tti- Patmkuk Coliseum Saturday, Sept. 29th. A large number of local p.ople will appear in tl-Ls pro- Bancrof t Host to County Legion Units Kossuth county American Legion and Afcixiliaity nitmbers are pfenning to attend Bhe Joint county meeting to be teld at Bancroft, Thursday evening, Sept. 27th. James I. Dolltver of Fort Dodge, Vic Steuland of Forest Olty, who is the eighth district commander, and Mrs. Leone tTnderkofler of Brltt, eighth district commltteewoman, will K the speakers ot the evening. The Bancroft post has secured * good orchestra and there will be dancing following the meeting. Refreshments will be served by the Bancroft Auxiliary unit. A charge of 35 cents will be made in registration to cover the entire evening's entertainment. ben Anllker drove to Elgin, Illinois, Saturday for a visit with relatives. Miss Id* and Oscar Rttey and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons drove to Algona Saturday evening to see their uncte, George Simmons, who te ill. Rev. and Mrs. Arch Cond* returned rom Iowa City Tuesday. They took ttielr son. Herald and John Schutter here to attend the State University. Lutheran young people gathered at the Lutheran church Sunday for rally day. A supper was served at the church and the program of the evening Wtt held in the Legion hall. Mrs. Earl Duron of Dysart and Mrs. J. P. Jensen of Sheldon were called here by the serious Illness of their mo- WEST BEND NEWS Martin Bonnstetter of Algona was a visitor in town Thursday. George Post is on the sick list this week and under the doctor's care. Miss Gezina Schutter of Haifa, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker arrived home Wednesday from a ten day trip to points In Montana. Mrs. M. J. DeBcrg of Little Rock, Iowa, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. O. W. Dnbbt for a couple of weeks. Miss Isabella Stattleman of Peorla, 111., spent her vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stattleman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. RUey drove to Algona Monday afternoon to see Mrs. Rlley's brother, Geo. Simmons, who is Mr. and Mrs. John Kohler returned Monday from Waterloo, where they have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Delia Falb. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson, Miss Esther Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Ruether, Mrs. Anna Stoner, at Mie home of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Miller. EVE L. PRESNELL, Algona Iowa, all kinds of Kodak Finishing and Enlargements, colored. Call Phone 417-J 604 South Dodge St. 32-tf The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society met with Mrs. Ch*s. Dewltt, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Vohs, vie* president, presided. After the business meeting a program was enjoyed. The Bay View club met at the home of Mrs. A. U. Oerhart, Tuesday, Sept. 18, with fourteen members present. Mrs. George Jacobs, the vice president, presided. After the business meeting Mrs. C. E. Dewltt had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Cecil Baughtnan won the prize. The hostess served delicious refreshment* assisted by Leah and Oeraldlne Gerhart. Guests were Mrs. Mary Stiles, Olive and Maurine Dewltt. BEER We are now carrying all popular brands of beer. Drop in and try a stein or a bottle. Anderson & Galbraith South of tke Court House What Are YOU Getting for Your Tire Dollar ? Equal Any Tire in Dollar Value. Why send for mail order tires. We invite you to bring your catalogue in with you . . . we will duplicate price, save you postage and put on a Good Guaranteed Firestone Tire. Indianapolis Race Record For 15 consecutive years titoe Indianapolis race has been won on Firestone High Speed Tires. Again this year all 33 drivers CHOSE, BOUGHT and USED Firestone High Speed Tires as the greatest protective insurance during the gruelling 500-mile Race. Every conceivable foros wjrked to tear these tires to pieces, but not one cord loosen- id—not one tread separated— and not a single blowout. This Means Blowout Protection Pike's Peak Race Record For seven consecutive years Firestone High Speed Tires have carried Una winners to victory in the daring Pike's Peak Climb, where a slip means death. Tearing around 181 treacherous turns —grinding, pounding, over 12 miles of tread-torturing granite gravel. Every precaution must be taken, BO it is no wonder these drivers demanded the stamina, strength and safety of Firestone Tires. This Means Non-Skiil Safety and Traction THE TIRE WITH THE Ironclad Guarantee Coast-to-Coast Truck Record Out of the dusk at Atlantic City raced the Neiman Motors' Ford truick, fully loaded, bound for Los Angelas, and a new Official A. A. A. Ooast- to -Coast Truck Record. Of count it was equipped with Firestone—U* same tires we sell truck operators. From the Atlantic to the Pacific in 87 hours, 45 minutes, 30 seconds, actual running time— WITHOUT A SINGLE TIRE CHANGE! This Means Endurance Over 11 Million Tire Miles 11,357.810 bus miles of uninterrupted tire service in three yxarsi for the Washington Railway & Electric Co.! What a mileage re- surd! Standard tires—the kind We «-•!!. Bus service u> hard service—sudden starts, quick slops. Heavy loads, snow, ice, slush, Firestone Tires cam* through burning suuuiner pavements. But with another unequal!-d l>~'i- foruiaiice record. This Means Dependability and Economy duotlon. The Titonka American Legion Auxiliary to Breen Post No. 465 will meet at he home of Mrs. Mary Barter, Tuts- ay evening, Oct. 2nd. The newly tl- oted officers for the coming year will e installed. Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson and aughter, Nanryl, of Detroit, Mich., eft Sunday morning for their home tier visiting a week *t the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schutjer and other relatives. Mrs. H. A. French, Mrs. Fremont aul, Mary Oesterrelcher, Mrs. Pierre artor, Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, Mrs. Franes Budlong were hostesses to the Woman's club Tuesday evening when they nfcertalned at a picnic supper in the oods near the Leek farm west of own. Tire Service Co. 'K«'» Phone B5tj "MAO" FENTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coon are t\e parents of an eight pound daughter, since Wednesday, Sep:. 12. Sh« \as been named Patricia Sue. Mrs. Coon la the former Florence Gremmels. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson and sons if Moscow, Idaho, returned to their hctne Tuesday after a three weeks' visit at the Sam Olson home. They were accompanied home by Richard Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Armstrong and Oarl Ortmeyer of Charles City, who Is visiting them, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and their daughter, Gladys, were entertained at the Bay Stoeber home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haitch and children, Vernon and Alberta of Cleveland, Ohio, visited Friday at the John Light horn*. Mrs. Harsch was before marriage, Tora Lairsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larsen, former Penton residents. Mrs. R. N. Kyhl went to Esthervillc last Sunday after receiving a message telling of the serious illness of her brother, Peter Munson. Mr. Munson has been suffering from rheumatism and heart trouble for some time and became suddenly worse. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wetsbrod entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. N-wel, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wrisbrod and children, Milton, Lucille and Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Schlei and sons, Murold and Edwin and Loren Skare. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder and Ma\ and Mrs. C. L. Osborn took the former's mother, Mrs. Emma Reeder, to Iowa Fulls Sunday whire she went by bus to Des Moincs to visit other relative's. Mrs. Reeder has been visiting at the home of Jit-r son since Labor Day. Tlxe high schcol ba-M.ball team nuet tile Seneca bdiuol team on the local diamond Tuesday night after school. Ti'.e store wuh 23 to 2 ill favor of Fenton. On Friday they played Lone Rock here. 'I'll 1 .' score was 6 to <i but the yume was called ott because of COMFORT at New Low Prices In Our October Furniture Showing These Values Are Typical of Many Lounge Chair and Ottoman $22^0 Tliis is the kind of comfort that drives away dull care. And it's the kind of value thrifty shoppers will snap up in a hurry. Double spring upholitcrlng Full spring-filled cuthion Beautiful tapestry covers Only for this luxurious 2-pUH-e .suite, English style overstuffed with elub chair, mohair rover. A suit*- selling at $20.00 under today's prices. Mr. and Mrs. tl:nil KohUledt uf C'aldwe-11, WaihingioM, were visitors lust week at the hour.*-' of Mrs. Mary Kohls;c-dl. Mr. Kolilstedt was uiKjag- ed in UK- meat market basinets here about 30 years ago. MJ'S. KuhL-tedt was i> Miss Redder and is also known by many here. Mr. and Mrs. John Light entertained a; a family dinner Sunday in honor !of Mrs. Ligiil'a brother and wife, Mr. 'and Mrs. B. D. W.isbrud and children, Gordon, Paul aJid Jolm of Boise, ; Idiihu, who are visiting here. Others 1 picteut wfcio: Ml', aaid Mlt. L. G. Newel and ioit>, Warivii and Franklin uf iiurtley, WU'. aud Mrs. C'lureiitv iWeisbiod and son. Melvin of Ring- ttvd, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod und eluiuien. Hulpli, June alid Harold. 1 {*U'.a. Mary KohlslcUt, Mrs. Kalt Newvl land E. A. Welabiod and Mary Alice. The accompanying cut will give you some idea of the lieaiity of one of our MODEK'NT HEDIfOOM i'S. This suite also includes a vanity and eiich to match and specially priced this week at oiilv 89 50 We invite ference visitors visit our store. An excellent Value Special low prices on every suite in stock. RICHARDSON'S F "™ itoe Where Furniture Sells for Less Company w.C^OX'-O.OX'.C^V-O.O,v.v.O.O.C^O.^>.^^v.C^Cv^.•^.'^•^•^•" > ••v/-^^^^'-^v.OXvjAv^vX'.O.C^uAO.'^X^.OA

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