Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 12, 1931
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«&!«». ? x • •'•••• •"• ' «fe#^.:-;. ; - 3!i£iffili*'it«l,- Y'l» it A i :»1681. .H-rv- ''?•' IER CHIPMAN D ES AT BURT; ILL 18 MONTHS KOSBtJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA and hunted nt.ot. HAT [PRKE Burt, Nov. 10—Mrs, Ivadel M. Chlpnian, wife of E. O. Chipman, wife of B. O. Chipman, died Sunday afternoon, following an Illness of a year and a half. Mrs. Chipman had been 111 In bed since last December. Ivadel M. Nafus was born near Nashua July 25, 1881, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. c. Na- fuS. She came to Burt In 1900, and made her home with her uncle, A. H. Nafus. July 29, 1903, she was married to Mr. Chipman, and they have made their home In Burt since that time. Five children were born: Owen, Marlon, Howard, Vera, and Paul C., who died in Infancy. Funeral services will be held at Maude Wanna home Pheasants Saturday. Harold Graham and a friend, a Mr. Reffesberger; of Des Molnes, visited Friday and Saturday at the J. H. Graham home and went pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. George White, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boss, Mr. and Mrs. Will Delff, Sioux City, visited from Thursday to Sunday at the Will Rlngsdorf home. Phyllis Clifton spent the weekend with friends at West Bend. She returned Sunday with the P. F. Krlethe family, who had visited friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Spencer, of Cambridge, Minn., spent Friday night at the Lloyd Elston homo. Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Elston are cousins. The Clair Dexter family spent Sunday night at the Mrs. M. A. Dexter home. They returned to WESLEY JUNIOR HIGH PUPILS STUDY DEGLAM Wesley, Nov. 10 — The junior high declamatory contest will take place December 1, and representatives from Wesley will go to Lu Verne and Titonka. The county Is divided Into three districts, and representatives from each school go to two places. All pupils In the seventh and eighth grades here are taking part, and an elimination con- [health, comfort and being of your fam- are they worth Uars and cents? [safe this winter— [Grenadier coal. dier coal costs a nts more per day. [ordinary coal. Biic 1 burn nothing else I've tried it. It's iiumcpal sold with bsolute assurance aplete heating ction. test will be held here before the Thanksgiving vacation. Miss De- the Methodist church this week Wednesday afternoon, with the 'Rev. J. B. Clifton officiating. Services at the grave will be in charge of the Rebekah lodge, of which she was a member. Mrs. Chipman is survived by her hu'sband, three sons, Owen, of Milwaukee, Marlon, Burt, Howard, who te attending business college at Mason City, and a daughter, Vera, at home. She Is also survived by two brothers, three sisters, one half brother, and two half sisters. Out-of-town relatives who will attend the funeral will Include all the children and Mrs. H. A. Nafus and children, and other relatives from Nashua,. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nafus, Mrs. George McGregor, son. and daughter, from North 'Dakota, and the Mllo Brown family, of Garner. Lutherans Honor I'nstor— The Lutheran church observed the second anniversary of the dedication of the church building with a special service Sunday afternoon at which the Rev. Mr. Geisler, of Spencer, delivered the address. Sun- their home at Storm Lake Monday. The Frank Nollis family, of Enston, Minn., visited Sunday at the John Murray home. Mr. Murray returned with the Nelllses for a visit. The Ray Grover family, of Des Molnes, spent the week-end with Mr. Grover's father, J. H. Grover, and other Burt relatives. L. V. McWhorter and Dr. Morden, Des Moines, went to Spirit Lake Saturday, where they spent a few days duck hunting. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hanna, Shlnd- ler, S. D., spent the week-end at the L. H. Schenck and Mrs. Maude Hanna homes. Russell Chipman, Raymond Blelcb, and John Schroeder, Ames students, spent the week-end with their parents. Quinn Albright, a former Burt resident, spent Friday and Saturday here hunting and visiting old friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. H'ulburt, Gild- den, called on Burt friends Sunday. The Hulburts are former Burt residents. Ernest Baer and Frank Ellis, Ottumwa, spent the pheasant hunting season at the L. V. McWhorter farm. Motts Is coaching the humorous and dramatic classes, and Supt. Swanson the oratorical class. Education Stressed »t Church— At the Methodist church Sunday morning, the Rev. Mr. McNulty spoke on Religious Education, and gave members of the audience an opportunity to contribute to the Wesley Foundation, which ministers to Methodist young people in the state educational institutions of Iowa. He mentioned that tho day was also Good Literature Sunday, and offer ed to forward subscriptions to the Northwestern Christian Advocate, church paper of high literary char acter which follows the movements of the church at large, and keeps members informed regarding the af fairs of the church in this part o the United States. confirmed by vote of the entire chUrchj board. ' Annual Bataar Saturday— The annual Methodist bazaar and dinner will be held in the church basement this week Saturday evening, Fancy work will be on sale, and a fish pond will add amusement and profit. The dinner menu, serv Ing starting at 6 o'clock Is panned chicken, mashed potatoes, .gravy bread dressing, string beans, per fectlon salad, cranberry mold, Ickles, pumpkin and cherry pie, uns and coffee. Prices are 40 and 5 cents. to Aid Athletic Fund— This week Wednesday evening the Igh school will give a program at Clelnpcter's hall for the benefit of he athletic fund. Features are or hestra, burlesque, humorous skits ml farce plays. The admission 1 5 cents to adults or children. A lasket social will follow the program ind there will also be a popularity on test, in which the most beautl ul woman and the handsomest man vill be elected. K. C. Bauer's Mother Sick— The R. C. Bauer family Saturdaj ivening drove to Good Thunder rtlnn., to visit a brother, Kalis Bauer. While there a message waf received from North Dakota an nouncing the serious sickness of th mother of Ralph and Kalix. Th R. C. Bauers left at once to see her day was also the 14th wedding anniversary of the Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchmann, and In honor of the event the Aid gave a surprise supper. The supper was served in the church basement, . and the Rich- manns were presented with a purse of money. land Guarantee^ by InAlgona: Anderson in Bancroft: I, A. Murray' In Galbraith: jz Grain Co. \lnLuverne: Grain Co. tin Ottosen: iers' Co-Opp. irator Society In Wesley: Grain Co. rilgtnuini Comiolidatio* Win Critk Coal Bertlm Daniels Given Surprise-?. •Forty friends and relatives of Bertha Daniels surprised her Sunday by going to her home with wen- filled lunch baskets to help her celebrate her birthday. Among those present were Mrs. M. S. Cunningham and two sons, Mrs. Carrie Taylor,, the Henry Furst family, Algona, the Ellis Jain, Clarence Moore, C. L. Phelps, J. P. Cunningham and L. R. Daniels families, and the Clarence Cunningham family, of Elmore. Brink Shlplor Under Knife- Russell and Ralph - Shipler and Mrs. Wm. Rlngsrtorf went to Maxwell and Des Moines last week Wednesday to see Brink Shipler, who was operated on for a ruptured appendix at the Methodist hospital. Russell Shipler and Mrs. Ringsdorf returned Thursday and Russell remained at Maxwell to help at the Brink Shipler home. P.-T. A. to Meet Next Week— The next P.-T. A." meeting will be held at the schoolhouse next week Thursday evening. The program follows: Music, boys' Glee club; report of the teacher's institute, Miss Warner; talks on the state P.-T. A. meeting recently held in Algona, the Rev. S. H. Aten and Mrs. K. T Smith; music, Ruth Hodgson. The Tom Trenary family visited Sunday at the Herbert Trenary and Fred Laabs homes at Lakota. The J. N. and C. L. Holding families spent' Sunday at the Ivan Long home near Swea ;Clty. The Portland Progress club will meet at Mrs. Ray McWhorter's next week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lois Trainer went to Kanawha Sunday, where she has secured a position in a store. 'Beulah Larson is spending this week with her friend, Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards at Fenton. Frank Bahling was operated on for appendicitis at his home west" of town last Thursday. The Junior League held a ' masquerade party in the church parlors Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson, Marcus, visited last week at the D. T. Hobson home. The W. T. and H. W. Trainer families visited friends at Truman, Minn., Sunday. Lease Speaks on Peace Sunday— Doctor W. H. Lease, Algona, Meth odist district superintendent, preach ed at a joint meeting of the Wesle and Sexton churches Sunday nigh! Since it was peace Sunday, he spok on Victory through Christ, dwellln especially on peace by disarmamen As always, his sermon was enjoyed At the close of services, the firs quarterly meeting for both churche was held jointly. Among othe items dispatched, the presiding o ficers of all church societies wei Horse Drops I>ead Friday- Gordon C. Giddings lost his bes work horse at about noon Friday The animal, which had seemed i perfect health, dropped dead with out warning. It Is thought th cause must have been acute dilatio of the heart. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Ed Hlldman Is spending this week with her father, Peter Wirth, at Gilbert. Two weeks ago, Mr. Wirth suffered a stroke which paralyzed his right side. Mrs. George Hildman is also a daughter of the Wirths, and the sisters are spending alternate weeks with their parents. Mr. Wirth Is slightly im proved. Three children of the new proprietors of the A. and P. cafe have ntered school: one in the first rade, Donald in the seventh, q.nd Duane in the ]jtth. The parents, At. and Mrs. Edward Bartch, are rom Sargent Bluffs. A daughter, Vtrs. R. L. White, and her hu'sband re also members of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Studer, Ex- elslor, Minn., came Friday to visit ils parents, the Nathan Studers. They br'ought home Emma StudeY, ivhb had gone through the clinic it Rochester. They took the Na- :han Studers to Iowa Falls to visit 1 i, daughter, The senior Studers were to return Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson, -Ipbarton, and their daughter Shirey Ann, visited at the Reno home 'rom Saturday to Sunday evening. Sunday guests of the Renos were the Leo Reno family, Williams, and a daughter of the senior Renos, Mrs. Lyons, and her husband, of Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Conklin, Webster City, and their daughter Abble, came Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. Carl Hansen. Other dinner guests of the Hansens were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Gor.don C. Giddings, and the Raymond Hansen family. Fay Niewald will entertain her Sunday school class this week Tues day evening, with the teacher, Florence Hansen. A study period will be followed by refreshments and a social hour. These meetings are held at the homes of members every two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Bohannon, Algona, were Sunday guests at Olaf Funnemark's. The Jorgen and St las Skow families, Mr. and Mrs, Marion Paulson, and Mrs. Petei Skow took Sunday dinner at Vlggo Klilsholm's. Mrs. Melvin Rye, sister of Mrs Lester Lease, her husband and children, and another married sis ter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs M. O. Hall, all of Hanlontown, visit ed Mrs. Lease Sunday. The Anthony Johnson family and Henry Goetz visited Sunday at Gaf ner, with the M. C. Maleks. Rose Malek lived with Mrs. Johnson whil, attending school in Wesley' two o three years ago. Fourteen members of the loca Legion Auxiliary attended a quar terly meeting at Fenton last wee! Tuesday afternoon. More Heat—Less Smoke! P. S. Norton's coal is selected for uniform, beat-* ing quality. If you are not planning to spend thflj winter in Florida or sunny California fill your bins with F. S. NORTON'S Blue Star fuel and enjoy a comfortable winter right here at home. Call us up at Algona 229 for quick response. ANTHRACITE A/NO BITUMINOU5 0 Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satisfied Subscribers? J. can measurt th« "«ss that da DISTANCE s at Algona,, Meeting— Among Burt young people who attended an Bpworth League rally at Algona Friday evening were Lucille Sewlck, Ada Schwietert, Vera Chipman, Dorothy Brooke, Gall Isenberger, Merwyn, Joe, and Kenneth Graham and Phyllis Clifton. The Rev. and Mrs. Clifton also attended. Legion to Be Banqueted— The Legion Auxiliary will observe Armistice day by banqueting members of the Legion in the Legion hall. The banquet will be followed FORMER WHITTEMQRE BOY GOES TO MINNESOTA PEN Whlttemqre, Nov. 10 — Harvey Thomas, formerly of Whlttemore, now at Fairmont, was recently convicted on a charge of breaking and entering a schoolhouse near Fairmont, and was sentenced to a term of three years in the Minnesota penitentiary at Stillwater. He was given a preliminary hearing a number of months ago. The Thomas family lived in Whittemore for two or three years. The father and three or four boys were in trouble a few times for infractions of the liquor laws, and two of the boys were also In trouble ot a similar nature at Rockwell City. They were quiet and neat appearing boys and did not seem to bother anyone. Thomas and George were both married in Whittemore. Wesley by a dance, the public. which will be open to Other Burt News. Clara Shaw returned last Thursday during after a ' month's absence, which she visited friends in Chicago and irv Lisbon. She visited Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cork, in Lisbon. They brought her home and remained for the pheasant shooting, leaving for their home Monday. The Corks are former Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Whitehurst and daughter Kathryn and Russell Whitehurst returned to their home at Piano Sunday after spending a few days at the N. A. Whitehurst home. H. E., Russell, and N. A. Whitehurst are brothers. The Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Kruwell, of Jolley, visited from Thursday to Saturday at the C. B. Chipman home. The Rev. Mr. Kruwell tried ~ _ ... __ i „„ «f ViiinrlnE*. his hand at ( Richard's Rheij- t, Re * cb *9 e^epy tissue ana Jpfcji,, the pheasant hunting. He was formerly pastor of the Buu Ifethodlst church. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Brennan, of Waterloo, and Mrs. Clement Caya and daughter Jean, of Prairie du Chien. Wis., spent the Pheasant aeason at the P. I* Dremmel home. The women are 'Mr. Dremmel's nd Mrs. J. F. Fisher and B Thomas, Titonka, attended Ke- lodge here Thursday evening Isher was district delegate to the Rebekah assembly and 4SW& SSTa'a R^'^afat '• " - from Thursday to Sunday at j. John home. Mrs. Westbrook 1» Mrs. John's sister, and Mr Rider Is her father. er . . .,„„„_„« Mr and Mrs. Dunvard McDonald Dr. and Mrs.- I. C. Bronson, Nora Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bortz, Ru'dd, Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and her daughter Clara, Algona, were Sunday guests at John Amesbury's. ' A daughter was born early Frii day morning to Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin. She has been named Ellen Elaine. This Ms the first daughter for the Mullins, but they have three sons. • The Legion Auxiliary meets this week AVednesday evening at the Legion rooms. Mrs. Henderson is hostess, and part of the evening wi" be spent" in talks on Armistice day. Banns for Verna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, and Robert ICain, Algona, were called for the first time at St. Joseph's church Sunday morning. Mrs. Tony Rasmussen, of Forest City, M,r. Rasmussen and their children visited Sunday with Mrs. Ras- parched, never toasted M- . • i . . >. .... are in nature's own mild way! mussen's sister, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. J. Braley. Kenneth Ferguson, ui, at*** •»— • — • ——— — _ of Ames, spent last Thursday and Frid|y with Mrs. Ferguson's parents, the Jacob Johnsons. The Mesdames Murphy and Erdman were at Algona Friday. They reported Mrs. Barney Casler, former Wesleyan, very low. Fred Diekmann was at Anita on business till Monday. Tuesday he wasltq go to Fort Dodge where he will serve-on the Jury. _ Laura Hansen, Des Moines, came with friends to visit her mother, Mrs N, Hansen, during the hunting season. Bancroft •)• The Fred Lappes, of CarroU, visited their son, A. B. Lappe Friday, Arnold and Will Lappe, brothers of A. B., visited him Saturday and Sunday. • joe Lampe, of Carroll, home Monday after with his sister, Mrs. A. 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