Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1931
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• ;v-'^«?;pp ','-*': KOSSUTH COtNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAOB tf CELEBRATION „ Frll, Sat . r 15-16. 17 iSIHERVILLE Dedication State park B 'm. Thursday, Oct. 15 Pioneer A S? S at Sh< : lter Lise in state park, BONDER RELICS- on display. icrican Legion j Homecoming [Exhibition drill by Ilegion Drum and Bugle Corps 2—BANDS—2 ^.Fre^AcU-Big festival and carnival lideshow attractions lrry-go-round, ferris leel concessions of all kinds. {Homecoming berville high school ud Junior College > big football games Istherville H. S. vs SibleyH.S. brthwesterri J. C, vs Estherville J.G. |th games Friday p. m. October 16 [BOWERY DANCE I.EVERY NIGHT dicating opening of foment on H'y No. 9 music—good time ^everybody come. TWO TITONKA CLUBS AID IN POOHELIEF Tltonka, Oct. 6 — The Woman's club met at the Roy Bmllong homo last week and canned vegetables anil fruit, cooperating with the county welfare worker. The cluh expects to sent! It to the poor people. The Legion Auxiliary cooperating with the county welfare worker, will keep a local supply shelf, confining their .supplies to wearing apparol for !:'"'!.„"?; ' U i? W!ls maprie(1 when 19 ch.Uh,n, especially School children, T^r^ J^ZX ^hen and will carry a couple of .standard ' wi1M 2X. and located at Oarner, where Embolism fatal to Fenton Man With Both Legs Broken Fenton, Oct. f, _ Funeral services! worn held Monday afternoon at the; Methodist church for John Taylor,! who died Saturday morning at the Algona hospital. The cause of his I dentil was embolism following art injury In which he received two broken legs. Hangi-one set In In one leg, which was amputated Friday, following which Mr. Taylor was apparently recovering. H e died suddenly Sat- Romance Found In Aged at Poor Farm YOUNG FOLKS MEETINGS ARE HELD AT BURT imlny Mr. morning. Taylor grew up at Morpet, layettes on hnnd at all times. "Winner llonst, Honors Girl— A high school wiener roast was given In honor of Alice Gartner, a freshman, John Gartner, sophomore, and Harold Gartner, junior, at Oakdale farm cast of Burt last week. Cars met at the schoolhouso and started together and also left from Oakdale together. After the wiener roast games were played. Alice, Harold and John, children of the. Rev. and Mrs. Gartner, are moving to Rowan this week Wednesday. Among teachers present were Mrs. Carl Calliea, Lela Stephens, Lucille Miller, Mr. Dunmire and Superintendent l-Toon, besides Mrs. Hoon, two children and Mrs. Dunmire and child. Auxiliary IClectH Nfliv Officers — The Auxiliary named officers r cently as follows: Mrs. M. S. Craven, president; Mrs. Olive vice president; Mrs. Mary Bruns, Sartor, second vice president; Mrs. Ray- he lived tor three years. He then moved to a farm west ot Fenton, where he farmed for a number of years. He has been working for Doctor Walte for 13 years. He wiis honest, ambitious, and a student of literature and current affairs. Mr. Taylor was one ot nine children, eight sons and n. daughter, nil living in England. Besides his sister and brothers he is survived by his wife and two sons, AVilliam and John, both In civil service. Kunenil services were in charge of the Rev. J. T. Snyder, and burial wns made in the Fenton cemetery. An old couple living at the Palo Alto county poor farm eloped last week Monday morning, came to Algona, and then went Into Minnesota to be married. As both Iowa and Minnesota have waits before a marriage license can be secured It Is presumed that the couple will go to one of the Dakotas. The bridegroom is Bert McGlnnes, 55, who has been at the farm for some time. The bride is Mrs. Luzella Bryant, who Is said to be 78 years old, and almost totally blind. It Is not known where the couple Intend, to make theii home, but It Is presumed at Emmetsburg that they will return to the county farm. Society Reviews Year's "Work— The W. F. M. S. met in the Methodist church parlors last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Chris Tluske had j charge of devotionals, and the president, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, was study leader. The lesson subject was Onward, as an explanation of the year's work. Subjects were the Alter of Sacrifice, Mrs. A. H. Meyer; An GEORGE ENGLE, OF LU VERNE, BURIED SONDAY Lu Verne, Oct. 6—Geo. Engle died Friday at his home In Lu Verne. His health had been poor for some time, and recently he spent some time at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton, and had been brought back to his home when death came following a tndtul Bonacker, secretary; Mrs. °l c ' Way for a New Day, Mrs. B. A. Irene Peterson, treasurer; Mrs. Camilla Cooper, chaplain; historian, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe; Mrs. Mary Young, first sargeant; Mathilda Falk, second sargeant. H. Hex Austin HcadK Lesion— Welshrod; the Mystery Banquet, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. A vocal duet by Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Mrs. J. F. Newel, and talk, Little Light Bearers, by Mrs. W. ,T. Welsbrod, followed. The November meeting will ! be guest day. Ten cents was given The Legion post has elected offi- j by each member toward a Christmas cers as follows; H. Rex Austin, commander; George Graham, vice commander; Nate Walsh, adjutant; Raymond Bonacker, finance officer; the Rev. L. G. Gartner, chaplain; William Rlcklefs, sargeant at arms. John Falk Jr., George Higgins, Mil- box to be sent to Gertrude Becker for the girls of the Johnson school at Ju'hblepore, India. Several interesting talks were given by the women who attended the Conference at Estherville. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Wilbert Hull- Burt, Oct. 6 — More than 200 Lutbe'ran young people from Fenton, AVhlttemore, Lu Verne, Mallard, Lotta 'Creek, AVest Bend, Algona, and Falrvllle attended a kit- tenball rally here Sunday. Special services for the young people were held In the morning, and luncheon was served at noon. In the afternoon there were three klttenball games. The Lu Verne team won the cup given to the champion team In a series of games played during the season. Lu Verne had won every game played. The Whlttemore girls were given a pennant for having the highest score for the year among the girls. At '5:30 a banquet was served in the church basement to about 200. In the evening a play, O. K., was presented by the Falrville league In the Legion hall. Burt and Falrvillo were hosts to the other societies. The young peoples' rally at the Presbyterian church Friday and j Saturday drew a crowd of 130 young people from the different churches n the north half of the Port Dodge 'resbytery. Excellent programs vere given. The rally opened with banciuet Friday evening, and closed with a luncheon Saturday from Rochester, Minn., Saturday, to the Wilfred Chafee home till a house Is located. The Methodist Aid meets Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. A. C. Bernhard's, with Mrs. G. C. Allen as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Hennings have secured positions as assistants at the county poor farm. They began work Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney.and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher visited Mr Heanoy's parents at Keistcr, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, AV. B. Brace and daughter Gladys, and S. E. Straley, of Fenton, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Julia Brace, In Algona. Lulu Hawcott went to Chicg Friday evening and spent the end with friends. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel entertained the Birthday circle at her home last Thursday afternoon. The Sewing circle met last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. W. T. Trainer's. The A. G. Volentlnes spent Sunday at Herbert Volentlne's at Truman, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. p. L. Dremmel went to Waterloo Friday to attend the cattle congress and visit relatives. The Fortnightly club met at Mrs. Jess Thoreson's last week Wednesday afternoon. Esther Olson spent the week-end with her brother near Bancroft. Mrs. Mary Fasbender Monday Evening. Frank Grandgenett and two friends left Monday on a fishing trip to Cnss Lake, Minn. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer and Irma Arndorfer shopped In Algona Friday afternoon. Mrs. Martin Seller entertained her Larkln meeting last Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Wendel, of Spencer, visited here last week Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Fasbender was at Fort Dodge Friday. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer spent Friday with her son, George Arndorfer. MOTHER OF D WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES Whlttemore, Oct. 6—Mrs. Carroll, 303 years old, died Dennis at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nick Martini, in Emmetsburg early Monday morning. She was the grandmother of Gene Martini, of AVhitte- more. Mrs. Carroll was born in England in 1828, and came to America when but a child. In I.SBS.they settled on the west bank of Lost Island lake, among the first settlers In that locality. Mr. Carroll died In 1914, at the age of 92, and recently the aged lady has made her home with her daughter. There are two sons and two daughters surviving. Really I-L-E-A-N i! That's what your lies look, and are, ough and through, en they have .been fentifically washed by [Kirsch Laundry. It i money. Phone 867 tSCH LAUNDRY Opp. Courthouse. ler Nelson, William Peterson and \ dorf and Mrs. Frank McFall. Dick Beenken were elected execu-1 tive officers. ' I Fenton 'Women 1'lnii Project Work— Fenton's F. B. woman's organiza- Golilen Glee fllrls Honor Leader— | tion met at the home of Mrs. A. J. relapse. Mr. Engle was born In Germany In 1862, and came to America in 1882 with „ the George Schneiders, with whom he made his home at Lu Verne. Soon after his- arrival he was employed as a section hand on the M. & St. L. AVithin two years he 'became foreman of the section crew, and has held that position at'Corwlth or Lu Verne ever since. It was while he was working in Corwith in 1888 that he met and married ' Emma Tuppe- man, who died In 1921. Two children, Lester and Cecil died a number of years ago, and Mr Engle is survived by five children: The German Golden Glee club gave it party Wednesday night in honor of their leader, Dorothy Intermill, as an appreciation of work she has done. Those present were Bertha and George Hoffauer, Sena and Stephen Tjaden, Virgie, Diana and Fannie Kardoe, Grace and Harriett Sleper, Leona, Ona and Ruth Barton, Arthur, Sylvia, Anna and Elsie Abbas. Busy Hces Have Wiener Hoast— The Buffalo Busy Bees had a wie- rier roast Friday night in the R. L. Krantz's pasture, west of town. The girls have been having a contest all year. Betty Budlong was captain of one side, and Loraine F. Peterson led the other. The latter's side lost, and gave the winning side a wiener roast. There were 15 4-H girls present. AValter, Lyell and Laura, In Lu Verne, Clarence In Cedar Rapids and Albert, of Cleveland, O. A hal YOU AVE N BUYING C BAKING POWDER You savt in uiing KC.UwLESSthmof dish prictd Gartner Preaches at Xcw Charge— The Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner drove to Rowan Sunday morning, where the Rev. Mr. Gartner preached. Their future home will he in Rowan, and they expect to move Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. Hammon of Hornlck and Holly Springs, preached Sunday morning. He will have this charge. Mrs. M. S. Coiizcn 111 In S. I>^Mrs. M. S. Craven Is ill at the home of her mother in South Dakota. Beryle Boggess - and Mrs. Craven had driven to South Dakota to visit Mrs. Craven's mother, who is also ill, and while there Mrs. Craven fell 111 also. CnlKornlan In Visit Hero— The Jay Budlongs drove to Algona Sunday afternoon to meet Mrs. Nora AVard, of California, who came by bus as far as Algona. Mrs. AVard will visit the Jay Budlongs for sev- She expects to return Krause last week Tuesday afternoon. Muriel Body, county H. D. A., was present and explained the project for .the year. A partial list of township cooperators was made. Mrs. A. AVilrett was reelected chairman, and Mrs. O. H.- Graham publicity chairman. The first training school will be on chair caning at the home of Mrs. "Willis Cotton, at Lone Rock. ! Entertains Eight at Bridge— Mrs. A\ r . R. Wolfe entertained at two tables of bridge Saturday afternoon. High score was won by Mrs. H. H. AViclclel, and tlle cut prize by Margie Klelnheksel. Other guests wre 'Mesdames Kenneth Stephenson, F. P. Newel, and P. H. Jensen, and Nettie AVeisbrod, Mathilda Kressin, and Lily Rasmussen. See City Baseball Series— John Dempsey accompanied his brother, Casper AViegand, lives li Ortonvllle, Minn. Services were held Sunday after noon at the home at 2 o'clock, an< at the Lutheran church at 2:30, with the Rev. Mr. AVittenburg officiating. JBSBf : To borrow $3,000 on a flrafc mortgage on a choice Int* proved Kossuth county ter section. Will give 6 cent, no commission. — la- quire at this bffice. e YELLOW PENCIL irith noon. M. S. 'Aliens 50 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stott and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davlson went :o Cameron, Wls., Thursday and on Friday attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen. A dinner for relatives and friends was served in the Methodist church basement. All of the Allen children were present. The Aliens lived near Burt many years ago. Mrs. Allen is Mr. Davison's sister, and Mr. Stott is a nephew of the Aliens. G. W. Bleich accompanied them to St. Paul, where he visited relatives. He also -visited a sister at Menominee, Wls. REV, LOEFFELKOLZ AT ST, BENEDICT AFTER VACATION St. Benedict, Oct. 6 — The Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz returned, last Wednesday from his two week vacation, during which the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, of Charter Oak, and the Rev. Father Loeffelholz had been visiting in Denver and other west. points in the WE'VE GIVEN STYLE A NEW SIGNIFICANCE Pallbearers were Fred Schneider, Fred Tiede, and Win. John Kla- daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp, of Lone Rock, to Chicago, last week Tuesday, and they attended the city baseball series. They returned Sunday. v Girl Bom to E. C. Fauerbys— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby are parents of a girl born Saturday afternoon. They now have three girls and a boy. The new baby has been named Ruth Diane. Other Fenton News. Emil Bleckwenn took his aunt, Mrs. Caroline Hartman, who has been visiting at the home of his wit'ter, Wm. Ristau, and Ed Myers. Methodist Aid Names Officers— The Methodist Aid met at the Community hall last week Wednesday and elected officers for the coming year; President, Mrs. Herbert Smith; first vice president, Lucinda Stone; second vice president, Lela Hot; third vice president, Mrs. Ralph Davidson; fourth, Mrs. Grover Rentz; secretary, Mrs. Wall Ellis; treasurer, Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson. There was a good attendance. Olive Smith, Emil Pearson Wed— Olive Smith, daughter of W. H. Smith, and Emil Pearson, Burt farmer, were married at tfie Swedish Lutheran parsonage at Algona last week Wednesday. The newlyweds w'H make their home on the farm of Mr. Pearson. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Pearson visited Mr. Pearson's sister at Cherokee. Clara Shaw Visits in Chicago— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, of Chicago, spe^t Friday night at Clara Shaw's. They went on to Cherokee to visit relatives, returned Monday, and spent Monday night here. Tuesday they left for their home at Chicago, accompanied by Miss Shaw, who will spend a week or two with them. Sunday School Rally Next. Sunday— The annual Sunday school rally will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. There will be a special program at 10:30 and promotion of Sunday school pupils. GLASS te eral days. Tuesday. Mario Sorum to Speak Monday- Marie Sorum, Emmet county superintendent, will be speaker at the P.-T. A. meeting Monday. Her subject will be: Our duty as citizens to the youth of today. Miss Sorum was a former teacher in this county, Other Tltonka News. Miss Comadi, who has been visiting her mother and friends here for several days, returned to Omaha last Thursday, and resumed a typewriting and telegraph course. • . ' Marguerite Pannkuk, who is taking nurse's training at Mercy hospital in Mason City, spent the weekend at home, and returned to Mason City Sunday evening. Patricia Ball celebrated her tenth birthday Friday afternoon by having several of her classmates to a party. Games were played and lunch •».„« .„...-, of Alden. were weekend guests at the Warner Beenken home! They returned home Sunday •„,. ^ B. Larsons and Arthur Jay Budlong drove to Clarion to visit KermU, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B Larson, who Is working in a *" tnl "air's, Andrew'Peterson entertained her bridge club last Thursday after. mother, Mrs. Theadora Bleckwenn, for some time-, to her home at Waterloo last week Tuesday. While there Emil attended the Cattle Congress. H. L. Huskamp, Paul Eigler, Russel Geronsin, and Supt. Otterness attended a football game between Pomeroy and Lohrville at Pomeroy Saturday afternoon. The Lohrville team is coached by John Mlcklick, former Fenton coach. Mrs. Augusta Dehnert, of Lake Mills, Wis., former Fenton resident, is visiting-at the W. J. Welsbrod home and with other friends here. Mrs. Dehnert has been with her son Ed and his family in Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod drove to Ames Saturday and brought back their daughter, Gladys, who has been employed at the Field's beauty shop. She will remain with her parents for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Valley, of Minneapolis, >Iinn., came Friday for an over-Sunday visit at the R. C. and George Goetsch homes. Mrs. Valley is a niece of the Gootsch brothers. Mrs. Ed Gohr, of Charles City, vis- Ited at F. H. Bonn's from Friday till Sunday. Her son, Duane, who has been staying with the Bohns two months, returned home with his F. H! Bonn accompanied Fred and Maurice Bartholomew and *R- H-Padgett, of Algona, to Cass Lake, Minn., Friday for a few days fishing. Lu Verne Team Rally Victors— Lu Verne was represented by ' 75 at the Lutheran Y. P. rally at Burt Sunday. Some went in the morning and others in the afternoon. There was a special church service for the young people in the morning. In the afternoon the Lu Verne kittenball team played a team picked from the teams of other churches represented, and won 2-1. A play was given in the evening. ' . ,T. J. Club Hears Demonstration— An interesting program was given at the L. L. Eustace home Friday afternoon to the J. J. club. Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson gave a demonstration on making boudoir pillows. Ten members profited by the lesson. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Albert Schneider and Miss Carmen Hesse. Sunday School Class Has Party- Fifteen members of Mrs. Koonce's Sunday school class of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a party at the home of their teacher last Friday Watches Cousin Pitch Ball Game— Dr J. G. Clapsaddle and son Dean, and B. W. Brooke, went to St. Paul Sunday ,and attended the ball game between St. Paul and Rochester. Ira Smith, pitcher for Rochester, is a cousin of Doctor Clapsaddle. Arndorfers Visit at Manly- Mr, and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and daughter Mary Helen, accompanied by Philip Arndorfer, drove to Mason City, then on to Manly last Thursday and Mrs. Arndorfer and daughter remained with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen, for a few days. Watches World Series Game— Frank Grandjenett left last Tuesday for St. Louis, and attended the Woirld Series, returning Saturday evening. Other St. Benedict. ' L. F. Howard, of Martinsburg, spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr and friends. Mr. Howard formerly was the depot agent here. Ella Simons, accompanied by Bertha Neuroth, both of Algona, spent Sunday with Ella's mother, Mrs. Mary Simon. Marie Arndorfer was a Sunday dinner guest of Chrlstene Eisenbarth at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and her sister, Mrs. Mary Raskopf, and son Francis, drove to Corwith Satuvday on business. A large number of farmers have been shelling corn for two weeks and delivering it to the Farmers Grain company elevator here. Mrs. Dennis Carroll spent last Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. St. John and new son of Algona. A large crowd attended the church services Sunday evening in this parish. Eleanor Rahm was a guest of SLENDERIZES THE ANKIE A new significance was given to footwear fashion when Modern Miss stylists created this new group of Modern Miss styles ... Sewed Soles are on- other feature of all Modern Miss Shoes. Christensen Bros* Co. Shoe Department Other Burt News. A. W Rodeke, who has rented the Doct,or Peter's garage, has moved his family from Estherville into the house belonging to Mrs. Herman Dau, which has been occupied by the C. O. Riddle family. The Riddles have moved into the house on the D. L. Godden farm near the creamery. Mrs. D. T. Hobson went to New Providence last week_Wdnesday to visit her mother and brother. Sunday Mr. Hobson and son Marold met her at Fort Dodge, where they spent the day at the Orley Hobson home. The Harry Hobson family, of Lone Rock, also visited there Sunday. The F. O. Stows and J. G. Se- wicks went to Wadena Saturday, reduced in Claw Prices can prepare hotel Ms. George Howe won first I. vjev* o** *••*—"- - Mrs. John Fisher-second Pr 5r'. and Mrs. Jim Hansen. o| were visiting relatives Mrs. Hansen was for- roi^ Caroline Callies. Butu ^i^TS* " reported recov- •Edith Laage, teaching at Cedar Rapids, and Verona Weisbrod, *tu-' dent at Coe college, spent the weekend at C. F. C t Laage and Michael Welsbrod's. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy NeweJ and sons Wftvpn, and Franklin, B_ p, : Welsbrod/ of Hartley, Mr, and Mrs. B A Welsbrod were Sunday guests at Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt's. Francis Bailey, Viola Mght and a Anderson, all teaching at Britt. the week at the Frank Bailey evening prior to the class toeing di- and jjpent the week-end with the O. vided by the promotion- Games were ~ ~ " " — • -- -- ^ played and there was music during the evening. Epworth League Has Social— The Epworth League held its regular social and business meeting at the chucch parlors Friday evening. Games and music furnished the entertainment for the evening. Refreshments were served. Lutherans Have V. P. Social— The Lutheran Y, P. S. held its first social in the basement, of the church last week Tuesday, A good crowd attended, games were played, and refreshments were served, Other Lu \orne News, Phyllis and Virginia Lichty and Gwenetha Jones attended a young people's rally for the north part of Fort Dodge Presbytery at Burt Friday evening and Saturday. W. B, Mason took the girls and visited his daughter, Mrs. George Thompson, at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Montgomery, of Pittsburgh, Pa., visited last week at the Frank Smith home. They were on their way to flelena, Mont. Mr, Montgomery's mother will £e • re*. membered as Nan Slsley. Mr. and Mrs- Merle Clark §n^ children Jef t ; last . week -Tuesday' for We've made it easy for you to get the most heat for your dollar! BURN IT PROPERLY their new home at Mr. SHY'S &DRUGSTORE B. C. Ball, Mrs, Mrs- Howard Homer French on business an and John Light homes Mr. and Mrs. John spending this weelc at Hfen Lake ' sister Mrs. with Mr. Arbogast's sister, Mrs. Charles Earnhardt Mr . and Mrs Clark has been conducting a barber shop here for several years. Mrs. Maynard Spooner underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, Fort Podge, last week Monday. F*r- »»an Helnen was operated on tor appendicitis there la#t week Sunday. Th« Rev. and Mrs. Victor Kohlman, of Royal, spent several days at the Fred Schneider and Lionel Eustace homes l«st week. The Albert Schlpwtts, Henry " ~ friends at Pes Mplnes. Myron Fender, of Comrade, last week at the Pr. J- ™. home. jrjgitojps at aSJMsfe suuday sri$Ji __m • W9%U Edwin Martys visited at the June Krause home at winoebago, Minn., Sunday. Mra. Harry Ljehty spent most oj last'week «.t Algona, where she served on the jury,, Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Allen left G. Stow family. They returned Sunday afternoon. Lester Stow came up from Cedar Rapids, and spent Sunday with them at Wadena. The H. A. Thompsqn family went to Humboldt Sunday, and brought home Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. S. S. Dlxon, of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Dixon had been visiting relatives in Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley re turned Sunday from Menominee and other Wisconsin points, .where they had spent a ; couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Macauley were married during their absence. ( Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and Sam 'Reynolds, and Everett Sheets, of Britt, went to Mason City last week Tuesday. The men attended a hog sale and Mrs. Hawcott visited her parents. A shower was given after the Rebekah lodge meeting Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. John Hennings, who were recently married. A feature of the evening's. entertainment was a mock wedding. Mrs. C. L. Holding was brought to her home here Thursday afternoon from the Kossuth hospital, where she had been operated! upon a week before. Mr. and Mrs. James Marlow and ion; :M.£rUnc returned • last- 'week "-to the'ir 'hpme ; at Redfleld, B. p., after spending a few days with Burt relatives. A. H. Meinzer and Myron Meinzer w.ent to Amiret, Minn., Tuesday to attend the funeral of a cousin, Charles Meinzer. Mr. Meinzer was a former Burt resident. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwiet«rt and Elsie Ba-um, of Lakota, returned Friday from Rochester, Minn-, where Mrs- gohwietert had a physical examination. The C. C. Smiths have bad a BOTSFORD'S HEATING SERVICE 1 Botsford's Peerless is the Right Kind It's our choice of all the quality coal mined, because tests prove that it gives you the most HEAT for yoiir-; dollar. Heat, and heat only, is what you're after when you buy coal! Impurities are not only costly, but a constant source of annoyance, BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL is practically 100 per cent combustible— remarkably free from waste. That is why it is your most economical fuel, Years of use prove it. Proper Burning is Important Our simple direction card tells you how to operate your heating equipment in order to get the most HEAT from the coal. It's easier to do it right than to do it wrong. , Yet/ strange to say, many people lose a large percentage; of the heat value of coal because they do not understand how to burn it properly. It's part of our service to show you bow. . Tuesday for MUmeapolls to yislt at ' • S Save the Heat bu»t fa one l«,wn. The Smiths *xav« ywd with a W P9°J beauttful ehjrubs a»d Mrs.<or. O, Stow Sewick attended $ meeting pf the I^oae Rock jpts sporty ft tt» Mad- ten h,o»w4*8t -phjjreSay. Mrs, 8» gave a t»Ut, The Picture Before Mr. Heat losses are enormous in 'ar too many Often as much as 40 per cent escapes through faulty roofs which can be easily remedied by use of attic in' sulation. When snow melts off .your roof jit is a sure sign that valuable heat If leaking OUT. Let us show you how important i$ is |Q keep heat IN by sulation. storm doors and storm windows. IJSb^lWr'sF' .W^&^^m^m^l^ '"" oj ft »os «te e jfe»t wwrMW**!- I • The Boi .j/Vl *•£

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