•• T1TONKAUNI WORKS TO SUPPLY S ILL rtELF Reception is Given Illinois Newlyweds at Burt Sunday of Burt next wMk Wednesday. An Tltonka. Nov. 17 — Members ol the Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. John Wood this Thursday afternoon for a work meeting. The unit is preparing -garments for the local supply she.lt •which will be used by the community, county and department. Mrs Wood, though not a member, Is a wiost nrdent supporter and 'does much for the Auxiliary which Is •appreciated. Junior? ITaotlce Class Flay— The jiTnlor class has started practice on its play, The College Hobo. The characters are Sally Sims, Edith Mae Budlong; Mr. Sims, her father, Kenneth Carlson; Mr. Rochester, the college hobo, Arlo Larson; Cous- !n Susie, Margaret Callies; Johnny Johnson, Sleeker; Burt, Nov. 17—A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Byron Zimmerman, who were married at Goshen, Ihd., November 12, was held at the home of Mrs. Zimmerman's parents, the J. P. Stows, Sunday afternoon. Present were the Perry Stow family, Mrs. Clifford Parrlsh and two children, all of Newton; Bert Hallock, Clarion; Mrs. Laura Paine, of 10 cents be charged- N«ldfl/'Voientih* l«, t&tchet. .The Rev. li. Rtelimann preached nt a mission festival at Emmetsbufg Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. tef, Mrs. Lebn&rd Sehhildt, ftt Kan- nwha. Th« J. G. Sewlck and H.arvey Orn> ham families were Sunday vlsUorS at the J. T. Graham home near Ai- gona. Algona; Phelps, her nephew, Adolphus Red, Edward Donald Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Bernard Banta: Patricia Rochester, Elsie Kuchenreuther; Miss Weaver, dining room supervisor, Margaret Sleper; Processor Crocket, Lester Eden;' Marvin Marshall, Mervyn Hanson: Bess, Vernelle Zwelfel; and Fritzy, Viola Rlke. The play will Ibe given at the high school auditorium Descemuer 3 and 4. Attend Meeting at Wesley- Mrs. Laura Hansen, Mrs. Camilla Cooper, and Mrs. Esther Asklns accompanied Mrs. W. J. Denton to "Wesley last Thursday evening to attend a meeting of the Wesley Leelon Auxiliary. As a surprise for the unit members, Mrs. Golfelia Johnson had made arrangements for Mrs. Denton to give a report of the •district conference, which included the report by Mrs. Underkofler giv- «n at the Britt meeting, telling of the latter's attendance at the national convention. Senior Class Entertained— Mrs. Cary F. Callies, sponsor o£ the senior class, entertained the class Friday night at her home .Members are Harley Larson, Lu «ille Cosgrove, Rosa Pouelsen, Ray anoncl Heifner, Loraine M. Peterson Howai-d Carlson, Vernon Larson Alice and Leo Richter, Clifforc Krantz, Edward Boyken, Editl Reynolds, Irene Callies, John Smidt Hen Buss, Ben Pannkuk, and Dori "- Stott. Armistice Day Is Observed- Armistice day was observed at the AV. Sheppard Coliseum last week "Wednesday afternoon. All school children marched two by two, led Phelps and the Clarence Moore families, of Tltonka; the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten, Mr. and Mrs. .T. W.' Dorrance, Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Mann, the Wayne Manns, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. William Schwletert, Clara and John Schwle- tert, the M. B. Polhemus family, Mrs. Anna Stow, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer, and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine arid daughter Sarah. The out-of-town guests left for their homes Sunday even- Ing. Burt Girl Is Married— Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, and Byron K. Zimmerman, son of Mrs. Willis Zimmerman, of Goshen, Ind., were married last week Thursday at 8 p. m. at the Church of Bretheren parsonage in Goshen, the Rev. P. E. George, officiating. The couple were attended by Inez Gosey and Harold Englebarth. The bride wore a Spanish-tlle-colored drc.ss with matching accessories. •Vilowing the ceremony a wedding Breakfast was served at the home of the groom's mother, after which Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman left for i wedding trip to Iowa, part of which will be spent with the bride's Barents, the J. P. Stows. The bride was graduated from the Burt high school in 1928, and is employed by the Home Telephone :o., of Goshen. The bridegroom is a member of the Phi Delta frater and Charles Hanna, who went down to attend the Drake-Ames football game Saturday. ^ utend l"Hiner»t at Algona^Mr and Mrs. G. C. Glddlngs and L. H. Scnenck attended the funeral of Mrs. Barney Casler at Aigona Frldav afternoon. Mr. Casler s a nmUmall carrier, and Mr. Glddlngs and Mr. Schenck, also carriers, wer e pall bearers. 82nd Birthday J» Observed- Last week Tuesday was Mrs. Jos ephlne Sharp's 82nd birthday and a party was held In her honor At Mrs ?da Anderson's. A birthday cake bearing 82 candles was «» presented to her by Mrs. Rlchnmnh family were guests at th 6 | and Fernley" . ' . VIA 11 era mm n Rev. Mr. Sthamer's at Palrvllle. George Powers, Wesley Berrthard, ball game at Klamp. iiHc Killed In Accident— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee were caU- ed to Whittemore last week-end by tv, flpath of Mrs. Lee's uncle, who £?. killed I^ an automobile> accWe^ Mrsr Charles Olson asslsted in the restaurant during their absence. School Observes Armistice Day— Armistice day was observed by the school with a "hort morning program, after which schoo was dta- missed for the remainder of the day The stores closed in the afternoon. Owen Chlpman, j. B. Clark,, and Roy Beckman left Sunday for their homes at Milwaukee. They came last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. E3. O. Chlpman. Wm. Elvldge accompanied the Roy Jensen family, of Lone Rock, to Marshall, Minn., Saturday, where he visited his'brother Charles. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Church, of Fox Lake, Wis., Visited last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the H. W. Trainer home. Mrs. Trainer Is 'their nelce. .Frank Bahllng, Who had his appendix removed a week ago last Thursday and has been seriously 111 noon. e, is now much Improved. Dr." R. H. Thompson drove to . . . Waverly Sunday and brought home his wife," who had been spending a week there with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walters and their granddaughter, Ruby Walter, of Fairmont, 1 visited last' week Wednesday at Charles Olson's. Mrs. J. G. Sewlck and Mrs. F. O. Stow will entertain the U and I Circle at Mrs. Sewick's home this Thursday afternoon. The W. H. M. S. will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs. M. J. Ryerson, with Mrs. J. E. Clifton aa as- nity of Goshen. He is employed by the Sash and Door Manufacturing Co., of Goshen. They will make their home in Goshen with the bridegroom's mother. Woman's Club Studies Russia— The Woman's club met' Monday evening at Mrs. W. A. Peters', with Mrs. O. H. Graham as assistant hostess. The program was on the and Commun- ._.... of: Roll call, Thanksgiving Quotations; The Present Russian Government, Its Failures and Successes, by Mrs. George Carroll; Th'e Five-Year Plan, by Mrs. F. L. Ryerson; Humanity Up- Sh<>w for Relief Funds- N I. Morness, proprietor of the BeYtone theater, will give the entire of the show this week Wed- evening to the local unemployment relief fund. Wins $10 Prize In Contest- Mrs J. G. Sewick received a $10 check last week from the McLaugh- Un Coffee company, on a household hint contest in which she placed second. Other Burt News. Hem-v A. Smith has received a can to^report Friday for a ten-day slstant hostess. Dr. W. T. Peters, F. E. Rubey, and J. T. Heany attended a county banker's meeting at Bancroft Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rlchman, of Kllng- er, visited their son, the Rev. L. Richman, last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Paul Moore returned Sunday after a week's visit with her daugh- Supt. and Mrs. Donald Wclr went to Des Moines last -Wednesday and attended the state teachers' conven tlon. , , ,,t The Presbyterian Mite society will hold Its annual bazaar and serve dinner at the church this w«ek FrI day. .it Mrs. Veronica Hicks has been II the last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs, Carl Carlson. Mrs. Charles Schemmel, of Cal mar, visited last week at hei brother L. A. Boettcher's. Mrs. George Carroll was hostess to the Birthday Circle last Thurs day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Selum LIndblom, o Blmore, visited Sunday at the Mar tin Greiss home. ^The Burt section men have been put on half time schedule for th' wlnter months. The A. N. Jensen family spent th week-end with relatives at Spencer and Graettinger. The Home Guards met last Saturday afternoon.at the H. A. Thompson home. . Gladys Brace went to Haifa Sunday to spend a few days with friends. The R. J. Hammerstrom family visited friends at Graettinger Sunday. CREAMERIES SAVE $40,000 IN 1931 Tho c'alry Industry section of the xpTlment station nt to\va state col Off', AII«B. saved 80 l°wfi cfeahv crl s" Mie, M $40,000 ln *» tH Mortenscn, , head of the department. Four samples 1 1 blittn- hflve b'on "f,».- ' r-ionthlv from enfh o£ the cooperating creameries. The creamery operators follow the explicit direction of the experiment station offl- the butter to be Saving! of 20% to 30% on „ Mltef s Prove ^MractiDc to fowaiu Pfovcn savings of 20% to 30% on ,thtir winter's fuel bill by burning Iowa Coal are switching hundreds of lowans daily .to •educed coal. They have M"!* in obtaining the ouuer w> «e 8latei produced coal, iney nave analyzed. | discovered'as thousands of other Results of tho analyses are plot- . . j owa Fit Pony'i Wudoir In the old workings of u fihonft la Valley mine, In Wnles. a por? hauling Its coal wagon suddenly dug his heels In iind refined i" budge. While (lie miner with li wab vr.ltily tr>Ing to cons It to sc- on, a big piece of rocif fell with > rrash In front of tlmnt ted to show the buttermakers the rating. A number of creameries pro- rtuc'ns low quality products, through the aid of these analyses, have been able to Increase the quality of their product and the amount produced. Special graph forms are being mailed to each of the cooperating creameries so that the buttermakers may record the fat contents of each day's churning. In this .way ji much more effective check may t>e obtained on the quality of the pro duct the creamery Is producing. Butter, to pass the dtate and fed era! standards, must have a fat con .cnt of SO percent. Mr. Mortensen ilnds that practically all of the butter produced in Iowa creameries is above this standard and that many are producing extremely fancy butter. One of the most Important factors of this cooperative project With Iowa creameries Is that the butter- makers are enabled to check their tests with those of the college. Iowa citizens have, that Iowa Coal produces "More Heat Per Dollar." Iowa people have also become conscious of the fact that they not only save money for themselves by burning Iowa coal, but that' every ton consumed provides work for Iowa labor. •;-.: Winter /.', te j If you arc not one of ,1,, sands who have swU^J'J Coal during the past w .,i — * L uu \ from 20% to 30% f or ,„ You will help to provi ; for Iowa labor. On account of the y,ides interest in Iowa Coal Iowa Coal Institute, Albia | has prepared an interest, educational booklet on the storage and firing of I 0 , Write today for FREE THE ADVANCE INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ITS COOKING SCHOOL Next MON., TUBS., WEDNESDAY GLASS Replacement Service Your broken door and'windshield glass reels I« vhn wait.. while you wait. iSJon-shatter windshield glass for Model A installed———_ Ford, JOE GREEN BERG PHONE 118 practice period as railway mail He took thl civil service ex amination Soviet Government ism. It consisted CillKllell mill uneu L\»U ,j.> n» u, »^. ^ii's. r . -LJ. Av,> CIOU * 1 , j.mtii".»»»tj *-• i j "by the ex-service men to the Coli- j rO oted, Hindus, by Mrs. H. O. Buell. seum. The main speech was an address, by H. \V. Miller, of Algona. After the program the school chil dren, preceded by the ex-service -men, marched back to the school, and were dismissed. Family Reunion Is Hold— A family reunion was- held at the •home of .Mrs. Emma Heifner Sun- Auxiliary Hoard Has Meeting— A county executive board meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. L. H Schenck, county president, Fridaj afternoon. The meeting was a school of instruction in charge o Mrs. W. ,T. Denton, of Titonka, dis vice president, and was at .. , day. Several relatives from Ues | t(?ndecl by the presidents of all th ATnhips;. Vinr.ent Heifners, from ., _ ., _ , . -PFI.,.-..,, 0 »-,ri 001 Moines, Vincent Heifners, Burt, the Mlchaelsons, from Thompson, the Krominga's, from Burt, the AVill Heifners, from Montana, the 73cl Zwiefels. of Tltonka, and tlie George Bonackers, of Titonka, were present. Birthday Is Observed— Relatives of Estella Bonaker met at the Carrie Bonaker home Sunday to celebrate the birthday of Estella, registered nurse, recently returned from a hospital in Illinois, Avhere she was superintendent. Estella is staying home with her mother this winter. "Kathaiiiiil Walsh Home Affuln— Nathanial Walsh, adjutant of 13reen Post, returned from Hines Jr. hospital last week Wednesday morning in time to take part in the observance of Armistice day, which "had been arranged by the Legion, j Mr. Walsh is much improved in health. Alice Sartor is lU-coverlng'— ' Alice Sartor underwent an operation for appendicitis last week Monday at the Algona hospital. Mrs. Pierre Sartor visited her last 'Thursday and reports her recovering. Other Titonka News. Stephen DeVries, who has been carrying his -hand in a sling the past week because of infection in one finger, is recovering. Mr. De- Vrles is manager of the North Iowa Grain company. Mrs. Harry Beed entertained her "bridge luncheon club last Thursday afternoon. Prize winners were Mrs. Raymond Krantz, high, and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker, low. The John Amesbury's, of Wesley, and Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, of Algona, were callers at the Dr. R. C. Ball home last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ida Sachau, teacher in one of our nearby rural schools, brought her pupils In a group to observe Armistice day at the Coliseum. The Dr. R. C. Balls drove to deal- Lake last Thrusilay to attend an annual meeting o£ veterinarians at the Clear Lake Country club. Mrs. Howard French, Mrs. Harry- Heed, Mrs. Homer powns, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, and Helen Beed drove to Mason City Tuesday. Mrs. Marie Saathoff and son Edward, of Thompson, formerly of Titonka, were here visiting relatives and friends Sunday. Reincler Krominga, who Is work- Ing pn the other side of >vas hera v|a!ti."S nis fhe week-end, The Martin Bleiehs drove to St. • Benedict Saturday evening to visit s. and, returned Sunday af- units, the county officers, and se\ oral secretaries. Mrs. ,1. K. Clifton's Aunt Dies— Mrs. J. E. Clifton was called to Garwln Friday by the death of an aunt. She went as far as Ames with Condit Bowie, S. J. Fardal, Charlotte Warrior, Richard Chipman, ammaiiuu severa'f years ago, but I has only just been called for woiK. Mrs. J. H. Graham spent the week-end with her parents at Web- | ter City. She went down with the . H. Grahams, of Fenton, who went n to Ames to visit Mrs. Graham's | ister, Mrs. R. J. De La Hunt. J. B. Clark, Milwaukee, Wis.,J pent two days here last week. He ame with Owen Chipman, who ame to attend the funeral of liis mother, Mrs. E. O. Chipman. J. B. Clark is a brother of Roy Clark and ormerly lived in Burt. Walter 'Sorenson returned last Thursday from Iowa -City, where he had been receiving treatment at the university hospital. He had a nasal operation while there. Mrs. Sorenson and Mrs. Charles Olson | met him at Fort Dodge. Clara Schwietert attended the state teachers' meeting at Des Moines last week. Her mother, Mrs. Wm. Schwietert, accompanied her and visited her daughters Lorena, Myrtle, and Helen. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ames and Mrs. Nellie Reese and daughter spent last week at the P. N. -Sarchet and Chas. Schryver homes. They returned to their home at Oakes, N. D., the first of this week. A Thanksgiving program will be | given at the Lincoln school north »»++«»••»•«+»««•»«•»»«»«•»»»»••»»»»»+•»•»«******» For Service ! Patronize Home Industries For Better Dry Cleaning Phone or call one of our Home Dry Cleaners You Get Good Service At a Special Low Price Algona has two of the best-equipped Dry Clean- ;; ing establishments between Des Moines and the Twin Cities. You are assured of a first-class job of cleaning and pressing, and at no higher price than you ! p&y for an inferior job of cleaning done away from < home,. -oo. Mrs Bernie Buggy and children. of Blue Earth, were week-end guests •t th 3 home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred t. B Largoiis drove to Clarion "Wednesday to see their son ICermit, who Ifl working in a lioUl SPECIAL Mrk Ann Fechr^r ^ Algna. visited her sister, .Mrs. J. E. JMIK. last week Wednesday. 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