Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1930 · Page 16
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'rf'iiT '* ' * PAGE EIGHT BURT PUPILS TAKE THREE FIRSTS INJECLAM CONTEST Hurt, IX-c. 9 — Burt Junloi 1 Hlffh Iii'Dlis won the honors in declamatory contests at Wesley and Titoh- lust week Tuesday evening. At Titonka they three firsts anil UNION M, & D, CLUB AT BURT FORJANQUET Burt, Dec. !t — The Mothers and Daughters club of Union township held Its annual banquet at the Methodist church here last Thursday. There were about 0(i persons In attendance. The church dining room Was decorated with the club colors,! ••—"•~«n ...ai m MHIUHIUI--S. ami •blue and gold. The tables were dec- I 1I;lx !"o Schenek second and Ruth one seeonil, Magdalene Bella taking first in oratorical, Elinor Elston first in dramatics, mid Lorraine Kdllasch first and Dorothy Brooke second In humorous. they won one first, and one third, Sarah second In oratorical, Oenevleve Patterson first in dramatics, and Wesley seconds, Paine taking- orated with blue and gold candles' Schroedei and cut flowers. A two-course dinner was served. A toast program was given, the subject of which was "Airplanes," with the .Rev. A. H. Wood ns pilot. The, program follows: Contact, Community Singing; T.al<o Off, Mrs. Will Bourne; Pro- pellor, Joe HIckcr; Flight, Mrs. Roy Sarchett; Paaongers, Readings by Elinor Elston and Maxlne Schenek; Endurance Test, play by Mesdames Donald Weir and W. T. Peters; Safe Landing, M. E. Warner; Stunt Fly- Ing, music hy Mrs. Frank Thompson. T-iTp :>rpcflii<r Held— Edna Sttiley and Mrs. Frank Ryerson gave a follow-up meeting at Mrs. George Gray's last week Tuesday. The lesson was on kitchen equipment. Cup and sponge cakes were made. Six women attended. Mrs. Gray gave a leson on Goals in Homcmaking at Jlr.s. Ira Hunsen's Saturday, and ten women attended. Fann K(|uipin< v i>t Auctioned— George, Hoettcher 'held an auction last week Tuesday at which he sold off all his farming equipment. Prices are reported good. The Boettchers recently moved to Fenton, where Mr. Boettcher is buying livestock. Aivin Anderson has moved to the Tony Anderson farm vacated by the Boettchers. Rebekahs Name New Officers At a Rebekah meeting last Thursday night officers were elected. Opal Steward, noble grand; Mrs. Tom Trenary, vice grand; Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, recording secretary; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, financial secretary; Mrs. C. B. Chipman, treasurer; Mrs. L. H. Schenek, trustee, Four Attend Group Meeting— The Rev. .1. K. Clifton, Mrs. ,Tas. Bewick, Mrs. Geo. C. Allen, and Mrs. G. L. Carroll attended a group meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society at Garner Friday. Mrs. Sewick is district secretary, and she also attended a meeting at Plover last Thursday. third in humorous. MRS, JNO, LOSS DIES:FUNERAL DECEMBER 8TH Irvington, Dec. D — Mrs. John Loss died at her home about midnight last Friday night. Mr. Loss . . went to Oakdale earlier in the week, and, finding that his wife could not be helped and wishing to bring her home, accompanied her in an ambulance. They arrived Friday evening, and Mrs. Loss lived but a few hours after her return. She suffered with tuberculosis and cancer. Funeral servics wer e held this week Monday morning in Al- Mrs. " Loss leaves "her hus week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Sumner parson's. A Christmas program will be arranged. Each member takes a small gift which Is given a number. Duplicate numbers wer« then passed, and each'claimed the gift bearing a /number which corresponded to her's. This Is becoming a regular custom concerning the gift question for the society. Mrs. I..OSCS band John, one John Jr., and ., two girls Rose, who attends high school, and Mildred, 3 years old, and other relatives. Heifer Falls Into well — Mrs. Fred Andrews, Staples,' 0— Substitutes lit Lttlyurd 1 Lulu Hawcott went to Ledyard Friday to take charge of the post- office there during the absence of 'Mrs. W. G. Weinberger, postmistress. This is the third or fourth .time that Miss Hawcott has substituted for Mrs. Weinberger during the last year or so. Hard Times Dance Planned— The Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a Hard-Times dance at the Legion hall this week Friday night, and a prize will be given for the best costume. Christmas Tree is Planned— At a recent meeting of the Community club plans were laid for a community Christmas tree on Main street. Mrs. Sewick Brotlier-lii-Law Dies— Mrs. H. G. A. Sewick received word recently that her sister's husband at Freeport, 111., had died suddenly. Other Burt News. The L. H. Sehencks, Mrs. Sadie Schenek, Minneapolis, and Alfred Schenek, Algona, drove to Mankato Sunday to meet Misses Mildred and Maude Schenek, and Mrs. Schenek, who had been here for several weeks, returned to Minneapolis with her daughters. Mrs. Donald Weir, Mrs. A. H. Melnzer, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance and the Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson attended a county federation meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. Harry McElroy, Eagle Grove, visited her daughter, Mrs. TC"y IJingsdorf, last week. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ringsrtorf were ill, but they are better now. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday with Mrs. Thavos, and will meet thi.s week Thursday with Mrs. Lois Trainer. Th<» John Briggs family move recently from the Owen house t the Henry Kireher house. The junior class play, Amusit Susan, drew a full house last Thur day evening. , , Minn., recently wrote o f an unfor tunate incident at their farm. A fine young heifer, allowed to run loose around the yard, fell into an unused well, and was killed. The old well was located i n an old shed, and was being used to dump junk into, and although the mouth of the well was covered with boards they were not nailed down. Dona, oldest daughter, wa s in the yard at the time and heard the crash. Investigation revealed the pet cow Mrs. Andrews said it had been 20 below zero at Staples. True Religion Sermon Topic— The theme and topic preached on by the Rev. A. English Sunday was "True Religion." The scripture lesson was taken from James 1:27. A large congregation attended and 63 attended Sunday school The banner given to the class that has the largest attendance and collection, does not stay long i n the same class, Every class i n the Sunday school has had it in the last few weeks. Recently there has been a close race between the beginners and the Star class, which now has ••\8 enthusiastic young people. Christmas Program is Planned—' Mrs. ,T. M. Cox heard Monday of the death of her sister-in-law, Airs. Corvin Sqtilrr, Aurora, Neb. Mrs. Sfiuler had sufforcl intensely for several months with tuberculosis of the bone and cancer. She leaves her husband, ono son Ertrl, and two daughters, Hanoi at hothe and Mrs. W. Anderson. Mr. and ; Mrs. Cox were unable to attend the funeral." UaaiMir, SHPIW Clear SI 1ft— The buz'uir and supper Inat week \\'ednesday afternoon at the dllurch and annex started at three o'clock, riul everything not sold was auctioned off in the evening. Supper service started at 6 o'clock. It was well patronized by Algona people, and $116 was cleared. August Robinsons Charivftricil— Neighbors called at the Rome Robison home Tuesday evening to charivari the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. August Robison. The couple, however, wore not at home, but Mr. and Mrs. Robison invited the company in an ( i candy, apples, and cigars were served. v Aniiex is Cleaned by Aid— The Aid met last Thursday at the annex, and the afternoon was spent In cleaning. The collection was $11,80. The next Aid meeting- will come in the second week In January. Other Irvington Jfe The Missionary society meets BANCROFT TO BE VISITED BY SANTA GLAUS Bancroft, De;!, 0 v— The Christmas spirit has been aroused In Bancroft nnd the kiddles are counting the days until December 24, when Santa Claus, through' 1 the courtesy of tho business men, will arrive hero with a thousand sacks of t-nndy, one for each child in the- community. A Christmas tft>& has been erected In tne main -square and Mr. aiilon of the Interstate' Power Co., wired the'tree with colored lights. | same There Is also a small tree In front j It. of each store. fhe parents of a ftfrt bdrn Saturday. She hiwf been named Elizabeth Albert Schlltst and-Albert Belter- Ing attended a Chevrolet convention at.Dea Molncs.-last \veok Wednesday. Mr. ami 'Mrs. Henry .Rtistemier spent t'.io first of last week with relatives at Afurble.-Rock. 'Mrs. Arthur Muth, St. Paul, is visiting her sister, Mrs, Eugene Erlckson. • The Cart Bolll? family, Comfrey, Minn., vslted relatives here las; week. The Baptist Aid served a chicken pie suppei last evening. )' - \^ .-.«-.- u J ' Aa WHEN ADVERTISING IN THE ADVANC goes Into more than 3000 home: ,Vo other Kossuth paper <jan give th service or anywhere neti next week Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. V. j. Schichtl will lead and Mesdames Ray and Albert Butterfield will serve. The foreign topic will be ' Persia, Mesopotamia, and Syria, and the national topic will be The Mormon Field. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell, en route from California to Chicago, visited last week at Russell Maxwell's. Frank and his wife recently took up hotel management work, but were not satisfied with it and are soon going t o start up in another business. Icy roads forced postponement of a trip to Fort Dodge Sunday for the George Stewart family. They were to visit Mrs. Stewart's father, Bert Peck, who with his wife will spend the winter in California. Mrs. Clifford Schrade r writes her mother, Mrs. v. J. Schichtl, that they are pleasantly located in their new apartment. The Albert Schra- ders live near by. One of Mrs. Russell Maxwell's Larldn clubs was entertained at Mrs. C. Schoby's last week Tuesday afternoon. Anna May Harr has been 'on the sick with quinsy. Others ••--.. -a*....*^. V^UIIGIS tlL^3 suffering with hard colds a nd flu Hugh Raney's son Lyle, who was thrown from a horse an d injured Homo Tiilont Play Qfvon— •The Bliu-.; Heifer," a home taleni play, was presented last Thursday evening to a, large audience. Leonard Nelson, Algona, directed thu play, which was a light comedy. The characters portrayed their parts well and the play was a lutgo success. liirjrlars Jtlfle Cnsli Till— Bradley's cafe was broken" into last Wednesday night. The cash register Was forced open and $28 taken from the till. The damage, to the cash register amounted to more than the loot. Niece of Uancrofters Dead- Henry . Deiterlng Farmers' Directory Mr. and Mrs. and son Emery SchiltK attended and the Mrs. R.. funeral of niece of the two women at Coleman, S. D., last week Wednesday. Mrs. J. j. Sherman at Home— Mrs. J. j. Sherman returned Friday from Kensall, N. D.,where she spent several months caring for her mother who fell and broke her hip. Operation Patient is Improving— Lulu Richards, who was operated on last week Tuesday at the Kossuth Hospital, Algona, is improving rapidly and will return home soon, Radio Bought for School— The school board purchased a "Baby Philco" radio last week to be used in school work. Little Girl Has I'lieunionln— Kathryn, small daughter of the Matt Kramers, Is in with pneumonia. ' Other Bancroft News. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe left last week . Tuesday for Mount Auburn to visit the doctor's sister. They were accompanied home and Mrs - Monday Lormor, ' vjnv. .WU1IHU1, Waterloo, who will visit the Howes several days. Mrs. Herman Keapproth returned Tuesday from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, where she spent several weeks with relatives. The Mike Droesslers drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday .to visit his brother Volentine. They HAIItr CATTLE FOR SALE — GOOD HOLSTEI3S cowe, reasonable; choice S. C. W Leghorn breeding cockerels. Plac< your order now for 1931 pure Tane red S. C. W. Leghorn baby chicks from our own flock of 3,000 layers exclusively. Liberal discount. — Hamilton Leghorn Farm' ami Hatchery, 1 ml. w. and 1 mi. s. Bancroft. JEWELL M. PATTERSON — Hoi- steins for 20 years. Herd average over 400^pounds fat. Seven year* test records. Forty-seven head, every one rataed on my farm.—Look Out Farm, 5 mi. S. of Algona on Highway 16. Phone 63F28. 23tfP R. H. WALKER AND SON—HOL." steins 16 yrs. Grown big without pampering. Healthy, with an appetite far home-grown reed. C. T. A records to 682.2 Ibs. fat laat year All mature cows on teat IZ^mos. above 346 Ibs. fat.—1% ml. 8. W Swea City, phone 2F1. " j 28tfl ie YELLOW PENCIE with the i BRAND ILCO. It?*..* \ 0 matter whether you bake bread, biscuits, .pie crust, cake or pastry, with Gooch's Best Flour you can make them all successfully! This all-purpose flour is milled to perfection—milled to meet all requirements. Its fine uniform quality gives you just the light, even-textured bread, biscuits and cakes you enjoy baking. Assures you the flaky, delicious pie crust and pastry that win the loud approval of all the family. The finest quality wheat plus careful testing every thirty minutes during Gooch's distinctive milling process accounts for these all-purpose qualities. Try a sack and see for yourself. For Sal* By ALL GOOD GROCERS floors RKinnDJi (MIA) ORDER A SACK TODAY! FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!... TO HOUSEWIVES... Send 110 yonrni •nd addreu, together with the nimei •ddreM of your grocer and we will i you our SURPRISE PACKAGE. ( one to • family. Write for yonn GOOCH MILLING * ELEVATOR LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Gift Suggestions. Bridge lamps __$1.75 and up Junior lamps __$5.50 and up Table lamps __$2.75 and up Smoking stands $1 to $16.50 Walnut cedar lined chests at $13.50 and up THEYLL APPRECIATE I\J K \, K V'' Kp-. MOST OF ALL Pull up chairs- $9.50 to $35 Desks $13.50 to $58.50; Magazine racks $2.75 to 6.50 Sewing cabinets 5.75 to 16.50 Boll buggies _$1.50 to $12.50 High chairs _ $2.75 to $8.75 Children's desks South Cresco Harold Clayton has a new Che\ rolct coupe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winand and their little son returned to the! home at Chicago last Thursda- night, after a visit of some week with Mrs. Winancly's parents. Ml and Mrs, J 0 hn Simon. Charles i: rapidly recovering- from his recen operation at the Kossuth hospital D. D. Sparks motored to For Dodge Sunday to bring home hit, wife and two younger children, who had spent a week with Mrs. Sparks mother, Mrs. I,. Judd Brown, and other relatives at Boone. Mrs. Charles Runehey is able to be out again, following her recent operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth Hospital. Mrs. s. Li. Olson returned a week ago Saturday from Rochester, Minn, where sli,. visited her daughter, Mrs' J. Seeley, of Kmmetsburg, who is recovering froji, an operation for the removal of three tumors. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and their daughter Jeanne went to Mason City Saturday to visit the daughters, Mrs. Ward Mc\Vhorter and Mildred Clayton, till Sunday HUNDREDS OF LOVELY GIFTS And Furniture is by far the most welcome gift of all Make this a practical Christmas by _^ giving presents to please all the family. For the Dining Room | • ^^tiP" M UMWHw "1 For the Bed Roo T TNIVERSITY OF SOUTH- W ERN CALIFORNIA, Loa Angeles, Sept. 19.—We wish to use your paper in connection with courses in our department of journalism. Please send copies of six consecutive Issues, beginning Immediately.—^Elizabeth Hawkins. 8-Piece Walnut or, Oak Dining Room Suite 1 i For the Living Room 2 Pieces in Velour This is an exceptional value Other Suite* at » $93> $110, $135, $155, and $225 3-Piece Bed Room Suite web-bottom heavy clou- worth $85. ' Angora mohair suite* at $93,50, mfy f 135, up to $250 *' Goods selected now will be held for Christmas delivery. Foster bed, chest «f Other iU |te» ^

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