Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 11
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KIDS Ml I Crowd of thai taxed the ym at- presented and 4th grades t>tdy was spon- and Rny. ctiarmlng in gay Si, and"*4 c *i one did well the "^-'•'td'hlm/ Tltana, the jok Wahda, a little 'a t6y,BJi6j!>i where she was eee the" fairies at play. For iugewefit the 1 fairies brought iue dolls arid soldiers, Wan- that Her own doll was fttl the others. The high giee' club* and the orchestra, the aiipervlslon of Geraldlne gave several numbers. Program Is Planned— Will be a Christmas tree program at the Lutheran urch Christmas eve. The aohool iren and the church choir, un„ the direction of the parochial Better, E. Zeltz, will have charge [ the musicaljmrt of the program, , starts at 7 o'clock. Next Sun- mornlng Is fourth Sunday in [dvent arid German Communion be held at 10 a. m., with the Communion on Friday, De- jiber 26. The Rev. Braner conned two young people during the vices at the Li verm ore church Sunday afternoon, Cora Hauck 1 Arthur J. Ernst, the latter also jiving the rite of baptism. fchtys Are Plannlnn Reunion— |Mrs. Bee Lichty-Harrlson, of St. ath, Sask., wife of George Harrl- 1s expected home for the holl- lys. It has been 11 years since she 1 here, and that was on the oc- jlon of her mother's sickness and ith. Mr., and Mrs. Don Llchty, llcago, are also making plans to end the holidays here, and there be a big Christmas dinner and nily reunion at the parental C. H. Ichty home. Miss Grace Lichty Is onsoring the reunion. • Remembered by Club— he Progressive club met Friday ernoon with Mrs. Irvin Chapman, |th 14 In attendance. A Christmas am, In which each member [ok a part, was given and Christ- carols were sung. Instead of usual exchange of Christmas , among members* each brought feney to purchase gifts for charity. Ee hostess, assisted by Mrs. B. C. folto :and Mrs. De Rae Godfrey, ved a tray lunch. stonary Society Names Officers— The annual business meeting of Missionary society of the Evan- jalichurch was held at the Anna ioitb home and the following of fill: were elected: president, Mrs. D. vice president, Mrs. W. H. blto; recording secretary, Anna olto; treasurer, Mrs. Walter tfti; corresponding secretary, Mrs. fenry Marty. The society has 22 limbers, and last year raised $237, average of more than $10 per nber, . . ^ _ Plans Christmas Party— jrs. .Arthur Hot was hostess to , ,t. J. club at the first meeting in ,,.iiber. There were 14 members ,sent and roll call was answered jth Christmas gift suggestions. Af- the' program a short business etlng was held and a social hour enjoyed, after which the host- i served a tray lunch. The Chrlst- „ party, which will Include the lidren.-will -be with Mrs. Ed Dehn- Jiools to Have Vacation— ITeacherB'and pupils of the Lu tie schools will enjoy a two ieks Christmas vacation. Mies mer will spend her vacation at 30 Columns Minn In nny olhet ko*.siifli « H K In last Advance <£<mtttt} 3V town re Exchange 1« part of the test lt««6 of th« A4* * vnnc« every month, and thl« edition goes h* et« \ ery Farm ilnrean member In like eoonty. * ALGONA. IOWA. DECEMBER 18,1930 Ntimbefi4' COpXTFJOlSOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED TAX REVISION REPORT GIVEN ENDORSEMENT At the annual county Farm Bureau meeting Tuesday the following resolutions reported by Representative-elect A. H. Bonnstotter, of Garfield township, and H. D. Hutchlne, Algona, were adopted: 1—WE AGAIN CALL, your attention to the fact that up to the present time no farmers' organization has appeared, nor is any likely to appear, offering greater possibilities than the Farm Bureau Federation. This organization affords the fullest possible means of community development, of social and business Interchanges, of education, and of cooperative enterprises. It Is conducted along lines that are safe, sane, and practical. We urge all farmers and loyal friends to support the Farm Bureau by your membership; attendance at meetings; and your personal Influence In ev- very possible way to make it succeed. 2—BELIEVING THAT ONE of the most practical methods whereby the government could afford aid to farmers at this time would be by making it possible for them to obtain farm loans at low rates of Interest we favorite the guaranteeing of the ultimate value of Federal Land Bank bonds by the government. That is to say that investors in such bonds shall never have to sell same for less than par at maturity. Such assurance by the • government will almost certainly increase the confidence 6f the general Investing public In Federal Land Bank bonds, and cause their funds to become more readily available to supply the needs of farm owners through the Federal Land banks. 3_WE CALL THE ATTENTION of our members and farmers generally to the practice, which still continues, of quack stock and poultry remedy salesmen making forays upon unsuspecting farmers and persuading them to buy "cure-alls" largely consisting of water, with a slight tincture of some antiseptic, colored with soft soap; charging them exorbitant prices for the same. Farmers will be wise If they patronize the established, 'reputable .practitioners of veterinary medicine or permanently located drug stores, or confer with their county agent, when In need of remedies for the ailments of livestock or poultry. 4 -WE FAVOR THE study by some duly authorized and empowered committee or commission of the state or nation of the causes of increasing impoverishment of those states of the nation which are most highly endowed with natural wealth. The results of such investigations should be published, and made available to all the people, together with recommendations as to remedies for the present unwarranted situation 1). A., Mrs. Lottie Wessel, during tlio past year. It is with regret we »oe her leave Kossuth county, and with her go our beat wishes for hcnlth, happiness, and success In her new abode. It—WK EXTEND, OUR thanks to the public press of Kossuth county tor generous and effective support of the Farm Bureau and Its work, 12—WK WISH TO express our deepest appreciation to our president, F. L. Ryerson, our Home Project chairman, Mrs. Harriett Warliurton, and the entire staff who .so ably administered the af- fulrs of our county organization during the past year. L, R. CLUB PLAYS PECULIAR RRIDGE Lone Rock, Dec. Id—The Misses Evelyn Thompson and Evelyn Behrman entertained their bridge club at the William Krause home last week Wednesday evening. Bridge was played in a unique way. It was called the game of chance. After the first game a coin tossed for each person, and it heads tell their score was doubled, but If tails came up the score was cut in half. At the second game the number of slices of bread one ate for dinner, plus 100, was added to the score. After the third round the score made was multiplied by one- half the size of the left shoe. After the fourth game each player drew a card and each card represented a number of digits to be added to the score. The face cards were highest. Af.ter the last round the player's telephone number was added to the score. Mrs. Alfred Krueger won high score and Mrs. Dorothy Davis low score. Those present were Mesdames Ernest Jensen, Alfred Krueger, W. J. Cotton, Glen Sharp, Oscar Earing, A. J. Davis, Harry Rahn, Jessie Ste- britz, and Misses Lura Sewick, Neva Thompson, Pauline Lewis, Harriett Fish, and Erael Blanchard. Around the County group imOTHKKHOOl) GROUP MHKTS AT LAKOTA— LAKOTA— A. Forest City Methodist Brotherhood meeting was held In the new Methodist church basdment at Buffalo Center last week Monday evening, and a banquet was served by the Aid to 150 men. A delegation from the Fairmont Methodist church attended as an investigation committee to get ideas. The principal speaker on the program was Francis Johnson, of gona, Father O'Brien, Humboldt, Father Velt, the new Catholic pas- toi- here, and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cavanaugh were guests. CHRISTMAS TREE (ADORNS TITONKA'S MAIN STREET— TITONKA — The Parent-Teacher association, the American Legion, Auxiliary, and the business men are sponsoring a community Christmas tree. The tree Is located on Main street near the First National bank. Isenberg quartet, of | nod and green electric light bulbs township, and a quartet from Forest City furnished music. Fourteen men from the lecal church attended. are to be put on the tree. Santa S, OP BUUT, OFF TO FLORIDA FOB WINTER— BUHT—Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left last week 'Wednesday for Florida, where they will spend the rest of the winter. LOTTS CREEK COUPLE WILL MARRY SUNDAY— WHITTEMORE — Announcement was made Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church, Lotts Creek, of the approaching marriage of Archie Volght, Whlttemore, to Euphemia Tietz, Lotts Creek. The event will take place next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. Claus will arrive in Titonka at 7 o'clock Saturday evening with a ,,'ift for each child who meets him at the Community Christmas tree. Convith Water Fails. Corwith, Dec. 9 — Corwith was without city water Monday and Tuesday, when a pump at the waterworks broke. Houses using city water in heating plants had to run with little or no fire, and old-fashioned pumps and wells were popular. 1 Light Current Fails. Failure of the electric light current held up postof flee employes at Burt a few minutes a week ago lost Thursday. A. N. Jensen, hardware merchant, provided an Aladdin lamp which made an excellent substitute. COUNTY STORAGE GARAGE IS BUILT AT WESLEY- WESLEY — A building for storing- county trucks, etc., is nearing completion. It is of dark red brick, and is located in west Wesley, halfway between the Robinson blacksmith shop and the Sturdivant residence, on the opposite side of the street. 01X STATJOJf AT DAKOTA IS SOLD— LAKOTA — The Standard Oil station here has again changed hands, William Kienitz having sold out to his brother Elmer, who has lived at Titonka during the lost few years. Possession was given De comber'12. William has not given out what he intends to do. LAKOTA CHILDRKK HAVE SMALLPOX— LAKOTA — The young folks at Henry Patterson's have been having the chicken pox. Raymond, .who attends high school at Buffalo Center, first contracted the disease, arid now the other two children have it. Raymond went back to school one-dav lost week. WESLEY PHYSICS CLASS STUDIES AUTO ENGINE- WESLEY — The physics class in high school Is experimenting with an old automobile engine, donated by the Hauptman garage, to study the principles of motor operation. Arnold Syverson is a new pupil in the junior class. $13,000 SUBSCRIBED FOR CREAMERY AT ARMSTRONG Armstrong, Dec. 9 — A new cooperative creamery will be built at Armstrong. Final ox'ganlzation plans were laid at. a meeting a week ago Friday. An initial investment of 813,000 i-o8 recruired. Before the meeting §9,000 worth of stock h been sold, and the remainder was subscribed at the meeting. Four lots for a site bave been purchased. FARM RECORDS TO BE ANALYZED HERE Uniform farm records and methods of analysis of farm business will be outlined by j/C. Galloway at meetings l n Kossuth next week Wednesday at the courthouse and Thursday at the Legion hall, gwea City. The meetings will begin at 10:30 a. m. and close at 3:30 p. m. Uniform records of this kind have been tried out, according to County Agent Morrison, and are becoming of ever increasing value to farm operators as a means of careful analysis of farm business and because of their value for the information gained through comparison with averages of records on a state, district and county bases. Two groups of farmers in the state who have kept records for several years have organized associations of about 150 memebrs each as farm management Groups. These groups are finding the system of real value as a guide in conducting 'arm operations. Illinois farm groups have for several years done similar record work. Since the average modern farm operator in Kossuth is now conduct ng a business capitalized at $35,000 to $40,000, well kept records are as mportant as In any other business Mr. Morrison believes. To aid farmers here who take up ;he system, Mr. Galloway will from time to time return to the county and visit farms as • well as hold meetings. There will be no expens' :o Individuals. FAREWELL DINNER HONORS FATHER P. P. GEAREN— WHITTEMORE—Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery entertained last week Wednesday at a three-course 6 o'clock dinner. Father Gearen, Father Sweeney, Father Davern, Al- LET CHRISTMAS BRING THE world to your fireside with a new Coronado radio—a gift for the whole family. What could they enjoy more?—$69.50 complete. Play Boy $40.50 complete.—Gamble Stores.. 31-14 I wish to thank my friends for their liberal patronage since moving to the new location and invite those who have not located me to call at the new shop under Bloom's store. E. J. HARTSHORN Barber. JQ on n a on nnaa a-niaoana a nan a nonaon aaonin qa County Shed for Wesley. A 32x32 tile shed has been bull at Wesley for county road machin ery stationed in the third supervisoi district under Supervisor Olaf Fun nemark. 17ARMERS PLANNING SALES " will take note that In accordance with custom there will be no issue of the Advance In Christmas week. There will be an Issue December 18, but the next following Issue will not appear till January 1. Date no sales not advertised .December 18 before January 5. SPECIAI^ ATTENTION BOWLING CLUB* THE HUB LOOK OVER OUR WANT-ADB. WE WANT again to call to your attention that we have a full line of fresh killed fancy poultry— and fresh and cured meats for your Christmas, dinner; also a full line of candies, nuts, Christmas trees, fruits, and vegetables. Phone your orders for Mrs. Runchey's HOME MADE ROLLS "* c" Ellis Runchey ro Ihs discdml- .. natlngwoman. Exquisite Gruen diamond-set wristlets In aI variety otdi signs. Some a* moderately p'fced as $65, $75 and beyond. for the man of taste—the patented Oruen Pentagon, *• matt distinctive of all pocket •watches. An extensive choic* In different case decoration* pr home in Algona; Miss R°°«*|| Pella; Coach Agard at Goldfieltt Iowa City; Geraldlne Bowman t Churdan;,MJss Swenson, Water- Hie; Miss Oeishecker at her home ar Lu Verne; Miss Woods, Mur; and Miss Roy, Dow City. B. Teams Win Two Games— ast week Tuesday evening the Verne basketball teams went to le, where'they won both games. te score was: Girls—Lu Verne 45, le 44; boys, Lu Verne 22, Bode Johnston, Oilmore City, referee. ie-second boy*' teams played ana i score was 17 to 6 In Bode's fa- •. Lela'Godfrey, of the Lu Verne am, was high point girl, making field goals, • Heinemeter via Radio— [Friends of the former parochial 0her E.,Heienmeler "listened in" ; Thursday evening to hear a Lu- iieran church' choir at Chicago, of btch he is a member. The program i sponsored by the Lutheran Evan, huroh each'Thursday evening at 9 I'clock over the 'Columbia broadcast^ ng system. The radio speaker is he Rev. Dr. W- Meier, of St. Louie. aveler Returns from Demnark—• . Mrs. W, C; Donaldson, formerly p Verne, now living near Goldfield, (turned Pecember 8 ; from a four- flnths, visit with her mother and others and sisters In Sweden. She 'eporta a delightful ocean voyage • a pleasant vteit with the home 5—WE COMMEND THE report of I the joint legislative committee and the state tax board, which has just been published; and urge the enactment into law of the measures proposed, so far as may prove to be practicable; particularly the proposed income tax law. 6—WE BELIEVE THAT all plans for marketing of if arm products should be based upon the foundation of service, both to the farmer, producer, and 'tq the consuming public. In the development of marketing methods special attention should be given to standardization and raising the grade of farm products. 7—WE MAINTAIN THAT the people of Iowa and of the middle west should pay special attention to giving their support to the financial institutions of their own part of the country; notably those which have the faculty of assembling vast funds of capital resources for investment purposes; the life Insurance companies, trust companies and savings banks. We should also favor in our purchases wherever possible, goods made in the middle west and home town merchants; thus further doing our bit to keep our money in our own communities. 8—WE WISH TO express hearty appreciation of the interest taken 'in Farm Bureau work by the business men of our towns and to express thanks for the time ar* material aid they have given us. cil Installs NOW rump— 4 new Pomona pump was recent- 11 purchased tiy the town council to place the,j<jJ4 pne which has been ! use several years. The new pump " turbine type a>id will pump 125 ons of water per* minute. The • Installed Kvill te $1355. ., % Other i^Fwii* Jfew» I Many t& vm Jajjnjlleis of .Lu Verne ^^ • • planned to annual __ F , They crowd would __ >£ to receive *6 pr^e'o^red'tor the group tb$,jajrgeat mileage. Presbyterian Aid meets this ~Y$S»¥«iay afternoon with Von Bnjska, Joy ft social af- lancy work year. We also congratulate him on the recognition and award he recently received with his work on soil improvement. and accomplishments of our FRUIT CAKE For These cakes rents, .dates, figs, black cherries. a»« candled fruit'cakes are cakes are 60c * .candied pineapple- cents, and pound. Suggested List Lamps . $1.50 to $25.00 Smoking Stands .-----$1.00 to $15.00 End Tables $2.25 to $13.50 Occasional Chairs _ _ _ --$9.75 to $37.50 Desks $13.50 to $58.00 Cedar Chests _ _ . - $12.50 to $45.00 Bedroom Rug $5.75 to $8.75 Console Mirrors ---^-$2.00 to $15.00 Radios ----- „, $39.00to$167,00 Card Tables ---------$1.75 to $4,50 Bridge Set ,- $23*50 Doll Cabs _ _ - $2.00 to"$H,50 Children's Chain - $8.00 to HOP *»«»J«!»p«S^W!P»P'^ ' - " ' "^i^»l^a«TOW»W""»W High Chairs ^ftf ^(1^^ ^HHw ^^P^^ ^(PJ^^ ^P^P^p T |Pl ^pflMB? ^Pflpl^^p^pw^w ^p ^PW5^^^ Por ev ery me m ber of the fam f . • ....A GRUEN WATCH! ily Fa father, mother, daughter, son—for any or all of th«m—la> you' Ghristmas gift be a fine Gruen Guild VVatchl For the particular watch requirements of each member of the family are given special attention by the Gruen Guild. Smart wrist watches for young men; more conservative styles fo' men of mature years; distinctive pocket watches for both; the junior model—a pocket timepiece for boys,- and for women, scores of exquisite wistlets plain and diamond-set. The watches pictured here are only a few of the many G'uen creations we have to show you. There's plenty of variety to meet every taste and the prices range widely. For the young women—a matchless variety of solid gold Gruen Cartouche designs. Moderately priced from $40 A Gruen pocket watch—made especially for boys —at Moderately priced Gru»n wristlets to the college or high school girl —$85 and more . t A - ^ L j i

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