Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1931 · Page 16
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*' I ' f i ' i , X *»V * *" *• ' L i , t . '*',(, *'' 'H' s JVj 1 , 'jV " "I," i ''"•'• * : a V \.\\ ^M.^.'.rl.Afl!! 1 NEW OFFICERS ELECTED FOR BURI LODGES * Burt, Dec. 8—Several local lodges held election of officers at regular meetings last week. The Masonic lodge last week Wednesday evening elected as follows: a. P. Hawcott, W M- M. O. Richards, g. W.; A. M' GustnJson. J- W.; J. E. Clifton, secretary; and C. C. Smith, treasurer. The I. O. O. P. lodge elected the following a week ago Monday evening- Otto Barenthln, N. C..; Mennett Trunkhill. V. O.; C. B. Chipman, Becretary; and J. P. Stow, treasurer. The Robekah lodge at its meet- Ing last Thursday evening elected daughter was 'born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Hanaen last Thursday, morning. The Home Guards will meet Saturday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage with Prills Clifton as hostess. Edward Mat-low was taken seriously ill at his home here Sunday but is somewhat Improved at present. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Mrs. Mary McDonald, Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles were Sunday dinner guests at Donald Weir's. The Fred Klngsdorf and F. A. Ringsdorf families were Sunday guests at Wyott Stott's. The Sowing circle met lust Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. U Vin- aas at the Marvin hotel. Tho Gerald Brace and H. A- Salisbury families wore Sunday dinner guests at. the G. P. Hawcott home. Mrs. Claude Hawk returned Friday from Rochester, Minn., where she received medical treatment. The C. B. Chipman and R. F. El- jvidgp families were Sunday guests tlons of Ita friends. The founder j at the'Methodist and present principal was an Iowa morning, and an opportunity gIVen boy, Laurence C. Jones. to CDn t r njute for the benefit of the Attend Funeral at Bancroft— Methodist hospital at Slbux City. At Members of the Ben Studer family | the close of services, women were all attended funeral services for Is-1 invited to sign a petition sent out by asoder Mousel, held at Bancroft at 0' the Federation of Women's Boards o'clock Monday morning. He was of Foreign Missions of North Amer- the husband of Eunice Studer, and: lea (Home Missions included), and had. been married three months, j addressed to tho International Dls- His brother Lawrence, on the falh- armament Conference, to be held at er's farm, had called him to help Geneva In 1932. It prays for actual prop up ,the floor of the barn loft j reduction in tho manufacture and where surplus corn to the amount | building of the instruments of war. of about 350 bushels had been stored, i Since the petition begins, "We, the The work went well till the jack they j women of the United States," the wore using slipped and the jerk i SB me canvass Is doubtless being broke the floor, and precipitated the | conducted through many organlza- corn to the ground floor, burying j tlons. the workers. However, Lawrence's! , . „ . „, ' head was only lightly covered. Isa- 8- S-'Brto »" f™**^ bake «ale at the day afternoon netted BO toward the Christmas tfeat. Part* - to participants .,.«.» ~.~ program. The , „..„ a 2B-cent supper in the basement this week Saturday as'follows: Lottie Hawcott, N. (V. Esther Olson, V. .C,.; Mrs. Lillian ^ Camlll0 s were *un. Sheldon, secretary; Mrs. G. P. « aw *l, )t relatives at Armstrong. cott, financial secretary; IjUlii na\v- _.. ... ., ...._ „,„„ cott, treasurer; and Mrs. C. F. Whalen, trustee. dore's head was lying the opposite way, and he did not survive the 40 minutes It required to remove the heavy pile of corn. White Cross Sunday Observed— White Cross Sunday was observed The Methodist Bible Study class will pursue the third chapter of John nt Herman Ostercamp's this week .Tuesday evening. Helen Nelson will entertain the Intermediate Girls' Sunday school cla^ss this week Tuesday evening. The Sunday. school .... , ,, , NctVS* „..„. Raymond Hansen has word that a second daughter was born at R-irlingtoh December 1, to her sister, Mrs. Herbert Swartaori, foi'mer- •ly Esther Dahlln. Esther used fre- ouently to visit her relative, Mrs. Christina Carlson, here, and ateo helped care for Mrs. Carlson during .Horlf.st sickness. The little girl I weighed more than nine pounds. j The Raymond Hansen family, of ; Boone township, Hancock county 1 visited his sister, Mrs. Gordon C G'ddlngs, Sunday. Mrs. Wilbur Fisher .visited her parents, the Honry Hawks, at Brltt Monday. The Priscllla Phoebes will meet with M'-a. August Engstrom this I WGGK »• *»%«••»•—-——w -- |, litble lesson will be t*hMiip!an« i f and MA. J. SRoW will ><Sa<i< Mf«. Engstrom Will sefve feftreshritBfttS. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klrsehbaum, Garner, and their two children Visited her brother John Orinsby Suft- day afternoon. * Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson, Hobarton, visited Sunday at the home of her brother, Ernest Hutch- Inson. ; . « Mrs. Nathan Studer has been all- Ing for the last thr*« weeks. Lotts Creek | 'Noah Reisner shelled. part of his corn Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meye^ visited the August Meyers, Fenton, Sunday, and brought home' their children, Ronald and I/a Vonne, who had epent a few days there. : Mrs. Roy Mueller, Fenton, visited last Thursday at the home of her Mrs. M. M. Cliipman Entertains— Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained at three tables of bridge last Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. -W A. MacArthur, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. H. O. Buoll, Mrs. W. T. Peters, Mrs. R. H. Thompson, Mrs. J. T. „ ,,, , Heaney, Mrs. J. G. McDonald, Mrs. parents of a son,"born Friday. The R, J. Hartimerstorms visited Mrs. Hammerstorm's brother at Graettlngi-'r Sunday. Mr«. Goo. Hanna, Lone ' Rock, spent Monday at the Miw. Maude Hanna home. The 1-Urthilay circle met Thursday aftenonn with Mrs. Ellwibeth Pattprsim. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. McFarland are fraWfiVl, Mrvk»^;Mr*'A«fatt» •/'and Mr*. n« fe Lclincr, Al' ,itM6 Irtdted */ftrtr day» thin gt; thS RtfWfct Staffer Sr. hofnd. . • i . i » Frfetids were .entettaftted at .Ton. LeJiftifai'''* last 'thttrsday eveflnigr in honor .of >Mwr. Lenfnger'fi .birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gepfcen. Mf. and 1 Mnr f fcarl Lorona, Mr. ahd MTBV ^ttlltw Witt, Wlltfam Leningtei'v' Mr 1 , arid Mm. John Kohl- Wed, Mr. and Mrs, Prank Schutler, Mr. and Mtw,, Louf* frockbnrth, Mr. and Mrr. Richard Pbtrate, Rudolph Tletz, and ATf Walter, of Algona. Five hundred was pfnyeff, Rath Rfcft winning high score, Leo Lenlnger loW. Alt Wlttkonf is pickingctifw at Grover Reed's, near Feriton. Mrs. Richard Potratss was at Al gona last Week'Wednesday to spend the day With her mother, Mrs. Rta- tau; in honor of the latter's birthday. '. ' • Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, son Arlln, Mr, and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, cream factory. Holy communton u- English snmtnv , Vas ' evening. Mrs-, Alhcn Olivia worn rt.,,, Ohm's- Saturday. Mrs. ITnnry M'CVIT l n Oktahoma to s , Utt .her daughter, J,, Mr. and Mrs Kay, N. D., , tratz'B Friday few clays here .„ gate, whore they ,„, winter. They have there, Mrs. \\; at 1 •C. F. Whalen, Mrs. H. W. Trainer, Mrs. C. C. Smith, and Mrs. K. J. Smith. Mrs. C. F. Whalen won high score, and Mrs. Pratt the consolation. Streets Arc Decorated— Small Christmas trees have 'been placed in front of each business house by the Community club. The street is also to he decorated with strings of colored lights, which have not yet been placed. These are to take the place of the large Christmas tree which has been usd for several years. The A. N. Jensens visited relatives ill Grai-ttinger Sunday. P. T. A. Will Moot. Tonight— The P.-T. A. will meet this week Thursday evening at the school. The program will include a talk on The Spiritual Training- of Children by Eva Whitney; n vocal solo by Anna Overgaard; and a Play, One Hunderd Per Cent, by grade pupils. Brltt Woman Olives Talk— Mattie Warner went to Britt Saturday afternoon to bring Mrs. G W. Eggloston, who gave an address at the Thank-offering service at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The J. G. Bewicks took Mr«. 13ggle- ston home Sunday afternoon. EX-WESLEYAN SEES CHICAGO PLANETARIUM Wesley, Dec. S—Glenn Giddings, Wesley boy who is now a professor of physics at Do Paw university. Groenc-astle, Ind., with a friend, attended the meeting of the Physical Moc'icfty at Chicago, during the weekend following Thanksgiving. He writes: "While in Chicago I iittended a number of interesting things cither than the sessions of the Physical society . . . Friday morning \ve visited the A (Her Planetarium, a very remarkable tikis'. It is located on an artificial island a short distance out into Lake Michigan, Just off Grant park, neur some of the- buildings of the 1933 World's Fair. An image of the stars which Collepro Octot. Sings— A double choir of Bucna Lake, furnished music at the byterian church Sunday morning. The young people, wer by their leader, Prof. Segor, and Prof. Smith, who made a short talk. can be seen at any desired time or place is thrown by an intricate ser- the some the visible stars are to be seen in theii , proper places mid with their propel accompanied j ,. (>1 . ltiv( , intensity. "The sun and the moon and the phuiels pursue their several courses e-irh appearing In UK proper place ,ot Sings— i t , H 0 [ projection lanterns upon quartet from the chtipcl | innel . >sul . £aco o f a stone dome f uona Vista-,college, Storm lf)() fot , t m (1 i; inu . tt . r .''' All of lifihofl music at the Pros- ,.t..;,.i., ..*..,... .....^ ,,, i... ^«^« in • Old Clothhiff Mndo Over- , • • am , th(? moon Fifteen attended a meeting at t^o ^ achoolhousp. Saturday afU-rnoon. ! • called by the Logic pair clothing donated for to ro- thuse in need. Many garments were repaired, made over, and made ready for service. Aid Sf-rvfts ChlrkPii Dinner— The Aid held its annual r.hicken dinner n.t the church Friday, good-sized crowd attended and good profit was realized. Red Cross Wels $46— A Red Cross drive, which was ^^ tf( . !irB ^ ^.^ (]urinR Ul[ , timo , n which they are normally obscured. The machinery may be run at any desired rate so that the day or night is-: shortened at. will. The rate most used in the lecture I hoard was a four-minute one. There are facill- .V ties for .showing enlarged photo- ai graphs of the portions of the. heav- made here last week, netted nearly '$45,- half of which is kept for local Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Whalen entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heany, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schwietert, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boeltcher last week Tuesday evening for bridge, followed fay an oyster supper. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. TUngsdorf en- enw discussed, and for pointing out the objects discussed." Colored Singers 1'loashiR-— The Cotton Blossom Singers, a group of young men from the Plney Woods school, near Jackson, Miss., pleased a good audience at the Methodist church lost week Wednesday evening with a program of Xegro spirituals and folk songn. Some screen pictures were shown, sotting forth the remarkable growth of the school .since its beginning in 1909 under a pine tree, and its continuation in .an old .sheep-cote, from which the wild sheep has 'been driven out There are now large dorma.tories I'm buys and girls, respectively, and other buildings to correspond. Most o tho building*; were built of bricl made by the boy students, .some o whoHO operations were shown. A col lection was taken for the school which, though Christian, is unde noniimitionnl, and is sustained am improved largely by the contribu- tertained at a.G o'clock dinner Friday Supt. afld Mrs. Donald Weir and Bon Cond.it Bowie, S. J. Fardal, Anna Overgaard, Charlotte Warrior. Alice. Eighme, and Mr. and MI-M. W. .T. Davison. B. O. Chipman and daughter Vera irisited from Friday night to Sunday with relatives at Nashua. They also called on Norma Bett'ni at Charles City and on the Milo Brown family near Garner. Mrs. W. F. Main left Saturday fin- Albert Lea, Minn., where she will visit before returning to her home at Cedar Rapid.s. Mrs. Main had heen visiting her daughter, Mrs. .1. O. Olapsaddle, since Thanksgiving. Mrs. John Murray returned Sunday from Wells, Minn., where she jhad been spending a week at her. \\-hen the fundamental character of Bon, Peter Murray's, helping care ., j,,,y j. s molded into the pattern it will maintain throughout the MAGAZINE IS PAL FOR BOYS Those boyhood years between the ages of ten and 20 are the Impressionable yea ITS—the formative years for a new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel. Mr. and Miw. Lloyd Klston, and Mrs. Sadie Scho-fCk attended the Mothers nrn* Daughters club banquet at the Good Hope church last Thursday. Mr. and Miw. 10. C'. AVelsbrod, Fc.riton, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon iu:iindt>r at his life. That is why so much importance is plncc-d on the factors that govern the live.s of adolescent boys—theii companions, their environment, tbeii reading, the food they eat, ete. At this age in determined whether the Algona, and the Stanley Keiths |i,iiy will develop into u cheerful 01 of guests at L. A. surly man, generous or selfish, in- U'lllgonl or dull, ambitious or Indolent. Sunday Bocttcher's. The H A. Thompson family took Mrs. «. S. Dixon to Humholdt Sun-1 School teachers, librarians. Seou <iay. where nhe will spend a week, j leaders, and others engaged in boj She had been spending several weeks i uetivitio.s have found that TH'li, with her daughter, Mrs. Thompson. AMERICAN BOY—YOUTH'S f'OM Mrs. Martha Householder moved tlu# week from the rooms in Clara Shaw's house to the rooms recently vacated by Mrs. Lois Trainer in the jfrlr.s. Kllen Hanna bouse. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer and J. A. Trainer visited the H. E. 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