Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 17, 1931 · Page 2
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frAOBTWO fANCB.ALQONA.J0WA A FEW CENTS MORE AND WORTH IT EXPERT GETS CREAMERY AT WHITTEMORE Whlttemore, Dec. 15 — Directors of the Whlttemore Farmer's Cream' ery company last week Monday afternoon hired R. A. Bartlett, .of Atnes, to succeed O. J. Kloock, who recently resigned as creamery operator, ami who Is moving to Garner the first of the year. The board and Mr. Kloock drove to Ames a week ago to consult with Prof. Martensen, head of the dairy department at Iowa State college, who highly recommended Mr. Bartlett. Mr. Bartlett came to Whltte- more last week Monday and Tuesday scored cream and met Whitte- Celebrated by H. D. Mussmans at •fs 1 W more patrons. Mr. Bartlett has been with the Grenadier costs a few cents more per day than ordinary coal, but those extra pennies mean a wealth of comfort when •winter comes. Plenty of heat when you need it. A saving of time, toil and trouble. Health and comfort for the whole family all winter long. Play safe—specify Grenadier. It costs so little more to burn the best. GRENADIER COAL Sold and Guaranteed by In Algona: Fred Anderson In Bancroft: W. A. Murray In Galbraith: Kunz Grain Co. In Luverne: Kunz Grain Co. In Ottosen: Farmers' Co-Opp. Elevator Society In Wesley: Kunz Grain Co. Grenadier it genuine Consolidation Millers Creek C»al extension division of the dairy department at Ames for several years, and is a graduate of the college. He has not had practical experience in the country, but has had plenty of training for , such work. He is 28 years old, married, and has two children, twin' boys six 'months • old He plans to be located in Whltte- more by January 1. Mrs. Bartlett is a former Bun girl, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. The local creamery has been one of the leading creameries in the state for a number of years, and Lakota, Dec. 16— Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman celebrated their golden wedding December 8 at the Methodist church. A luncheon at one o'clock was held for about 40 relatives and friends. .,The church dining room was decorated In yellow and the tables decorated In gold With yellow chrysanthemums and a three tiered wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom, on the ,top. A short program was given after* luncheon. A woman ciuartet, Mes. dames O'Keefe, • Hamquist, Hansen and Needham .sang Long, Long fAgo, and Love's Old Sweet Song. Mrs. F. o. Johnson played a medley of wedding songs on the trumpet. J. H. Warburton read two pieces of his own composing, one In honor of father and one of mother, and the Rev. Mr. Johnson sang I Never Knew, and Auld Lang Syne. A re ception was held from 2 to 5 and In the evening the Masons anc Eastern Stars from Buffalo Center of which the Mussmans are mem bers, came to offer congratulations They received many gifts and a number' of ''gold 'pieces. The Muss- mans have four children: Rose, of Sheffield, Tenia, of Riceville, and WORKK Ledyard church choir tt.nd tour ot the young; fotka' front takdta -*hd are singing with them at their home ost week Tuesday everting in hortor of the ReVi Mf. Johnson's birthday. Lakotfcnft Loae to Lone Rock—The Lakota first and second baa- ketball teams played the Lone Rock first and second teams here Friday night and Lone. Rock won. ' Our teams go to Seneca next Friday night. ._.''. Other, Lakot* News. The Rev. Mr. Johhsoh, A. Q. Smith, and Oran O'Keef© attended a Brotherhood meeting at Thompson last week Monday evening. At' torney Stansberryi of Mason City delivered the main address. George and Harry nine grandchildren. of Lakota and The out of was one of the original plants in Iowa State Brand, Inc., of which Mr. Kloock is a director. Hat tic Simpson Dies— Hattie Simpson died at her home a mile north of Whittemore last Thursday evening. Mise Simpson had been sick for a year, and has suffered several strokes. Miss Simpson was born October 23, 1890. She was a daughter of the O. D. Simpsons, both deceased. Miss Simpson was a graduate of Whittemore high school, and lived on the farm with her brother Melbourn. About a year ago' she was^brought to the Dr. J. W. McCreery .hospital, where she remained for several weeks. After returning .home she seemed to recover, but •last Thursday afternoon ehe suffered a stroke and died at '9 o'clock that evening. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. R. Morris, Windolyn, N. D., a brother Melbourn, a niece and a nephew. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church the Rev. A. H. Wood officiating, and burial was made in the town ceme- ery. Pallbearers were Ed and Le Farrell, Ed O'Brien, William Matsen, Vincent Elbert and S. J. Gappa. Ava Simpson and Mildred Chapin, of Parkersburg, attended the funeral. town guests for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dau, of Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. •eorgo Kemps and daughter Kathryn, of Riceville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloss, Osage, JUr. and Mrs. Ed Wow, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brooker and Mrs. Mary Schafter, of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. August Mussman and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mussman, Vinton, Fred, Eva, and Tenia.Bloss and Mrs. Katie Seilk, of Dysart, Mrs. Mans, of Rake, and jeanette Klester, of Elmore. The Mussmans were married at Lucerne, Iowa In 1881. They came to Buffalo Center In 1890 where they lived until 1913 when they came to Lakota and have lived here since. Mr. Mussman was local past master for a number of years. Club Has Christmas Party— ~Twenty-three^members met., .with Mrs. H. H. Murray last Th'ursday' afternoon" for. the Acorn club Christ, mas party. A number of Christmas legends were read • by the members among them being Why Do We Mrs...Anna Osborn and daugh ter, Mrs. Otto Kelly, spent Saturday afternoon with an aunt, Mrs, Hans Wllberg Sr. ' Earl -'OsbOrn and Harold Goetsch returned Saturday from Waterloo after a week with friends -and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. enter tained his mother and sister; Mrs Bertha Looft and daughter Johnette of Wesley, Sunday. Joan Madden, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joe Madden, Is the victim of whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Dalley and .so Jimmie were Sunday guests at th George Goetsch home. Miss Buerklns, Seneca high schoo teacher, spent last week-end wit friends at Titonka. Mrs. Jim Wear and Mrs. Reube Miller were Algona and Bancrof shoppers Saturday. The Ole Johannason family spen Sunday at Martin Thompson's. KEEP Seneca, Dec. 15—the Seneca boys nd girls basketball;teams are keep- ng up with the past records. The Iris have won every game played his year and the boys have won very game except one wKh Led' Seneca's teams are not so arge In size. The schedule for the mlance of the season follows: Dec. 5, Fentort here; Dec. |1«, Lakota boys here; Jan. 5, Wesley here; Jan !, Ledyard there; Jan. 18, Fenton :here; Jan. IB, Bancroft here; Jan. 29, Bwea City boys at Armstrong, Seneca girls at Armstrong; Feb. 2 Bancroft there; Feb. 6, St. John's boys at Bancroft; Feb. 9, Haifa here Feb. ttz Lone Rock there; Feb. 16 Lakota boys; Feb. 19-20, girls' coun ty tourney at Ledyard or Lone Rock Feb. 2j6-'2T, boys' county tourney at Lakota, xi Santa, and His Reindeer— A large number of Senecans spen' Saturday in ,Algona with their fam illes. It was a great treat to the older ones as well as the children to see Santa Claus and his i real rein deer and 'Eskimo boys that we al hear so much about at this time o the year. Santa would have shaken hands wtth a large number of chl dren had he been able to 'hav reached them all. . . Two Cars of Hogs Shipped— Two carloads of hogs were shlppe from the Seneca community las week. Joe Elvldge, of Lone Rock bought a carload from Roy an Charles Osborn, and Murray, of Ban croft, bought a carload from'C. Cooper and J. wi Bollig. Prices ar not so favorable but . apparentl RAINS.IT POUtS will be grataUl local school have always "wen gre«iy y large crowds. Wtere wllUwo big Christmas tree and & Santa. laus for the children hrtslma<iC0miH4f«) N At the 1 Luthei* league •meeting lunday evening, Bernfce Kttutson Orva Halvorson, Ma .Thompson oy Thompson, and Henry Wilberg were elected on th 1 * Christmas tree ommlttee to get the church, tree and treats. __^_^ i Crewm to Be .Accepted— Jim Wear, Seneca merchant,, has made arrangements -with the Armstrong creamery to accept cream In this community for 'the creamery. A truck will come to Seneca and get all cream brought to the store. ^ Other Seneca News. Mrs. Margin Wllberg last Thursday afternoon entertained the Mesdames Earl Murray and son, Herman Struecker and 'daughter, Mil- Jensen, ' Melvin . Norland aiid daughter, J. H. Jensen, Lawrence Saxton and son and Henry Looft, The hostess served luncheon. Mrs. Otto Kelly and" sons spent from Friday evening until Saturday evening at her parental home. Hei 4 sister, Pauline Osborn, visited the Grant consolidated school Friday, and they returned home with her. Otto came after Mrs. Kelly -and the boys Saturday evening. . Mrs. Albert Nelson last Thursday evening entertained Mr. and Mrs Mlllen Jensen, Mrs. and Mrs. George Jensen and chlldren f and Mr. an< Mrs. Peter Thorson and niece, Ruby Nelson, of Rlngsted.'ln honor 01 August's birthday. HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRIST- has radio buying. The fastest sell Ing, finest selection of radios to choose from. Delivered for as low ai $5.00.—Oamble Stores. 23-14 Get Ready for CHRISTMAS! i- Christmas tree sets only 75 cents Rebuilt. Hoovers—$5 down and $5 a month PERFUME LAMPS ONLY S2.75 When In need of electrical work CALL 446 W. H. KORAN ELECTRICAL CO. John Fnirbuni to Spokane— John Fairbum is now en route to Spokane, Wash., to make his home for a time with his son, Edwin, a locomotive engineer on the Great Northern railway. Mr. Fairburn has been living the past month or more with a daughter, Mrs. Louise Vesper, at Sawyer, N. D. He was to stop at Billings, Mont., to visit his son, J. E., and also at AbsaroUee to visit a daughter, Mrs E. B. Fellows. Keep Christmas?, Where we get the Christmas card, What Is ' twelfth night?, Why do we decorate the Christmas tree?, Why we sing Christmas carols, Why .the English Christmas meat is beef, Wh'y we present gifts, Our Christmas colors, Why Christmas centers around a star. Why the Christmas candle, etc. Mrs. Leona Heetland read the Christmas story and Bethlehem, Mrs. Julia Wortman read Christmas in Foreign Lands and Mesdames Celestine Smith, Elizabeth Johnson, Lola Hamquist and Doris Ukena sang Silent Night and Star of the East. Gifts were exchanged and lunch served. Ben F. Piko Is Dead— Ben F. Pike, former Whlttemore restaurant proprietor, died last week Wednesday at Rolfe, where funeral services were held Friday. Mr. Pike had been in poor health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Pike came to Whlttemore from Rolfe, and conducted a restaurant for a time, later going to Armstrong, where they spent some months with a son. Later they moved to Rolfe to make their home. STOP NIGHT COUGHING Ordinary cough remedies do not Teach the conditions which cause night coughing but Thoxine, a doc- fartln Meyer to Garner— Charles Finn Dies Saturday— E. R. \vorley received a telephone message Saturday night from Har old Finn, who was at the hospital at Iowa City with his father, Charles Finn, stating he had died following an operation for cancer of the stomach. The body was taken, to his old home town of Radcllffe Sunday and the funeral held there Tuesday. The Charles Finns came to Lakota 30 years ago going .from here to Gerled many years ago, where he was C. R. & P. depot agent and postmaster for a number of years. He leaves his widow, two sons, Harold of Chicago, and Bernard at home, and one daughter, Mildred also at home. Former Resident in Visit— Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wegener, of Clinton, were Whittemore visitors last week Tuesday with Mrs. Wepr- ener's parents, the August Schatt- schneiders. They returned to Clinton last week Wednesday accompanied by Oscar Schattschneider, who will visit at Clinton and at the Arnold Will home at Davenport. Mrs. Will is a sister of Oscar. tor's famous prescription does. It fBtops the cough within a few minutes and goes direct to the internal 'Cause, preventing further trouble. Taken before retiring Thoxine absolutely prevents night coughing. It gives the same speedy relief for sore throat too. Safe for the whole fam- ttly—guaranteed no dope. Money .back if not satisfied, 3oc.—Lusby Drug company and all other good drug stores. PROSPERITY IB Jnst around the corner. We will giro It a further BOOST by advancing YOU $800 Oil LESS to pay your local MERCHANTS all your miscellaneous obligations, then repay us IB rery small convenient monthly payments. You can secure what money you need today by seeing CUNNINGHAM & LACY t none 508. Algona. Local Representative for FEDERAL FINANCE CO. END ECZEMA Thousands of pitiful cases of chronic eczema completely recovered with Erickson's wonderful new remedy and we sell it on a guarantee.—K. D. James. (2) WANTED You to try Richard's Rheumatic Remedy. Reaches every bone, muscle, tissue and joint. Removes the cause. Stops the pain. Money back if it fails Jl.Oifc six—$5.50. At E. W. Lusby's and all druggists. Martin Meyer, assistant at the Vhittemore farmers' creamery for everal years, has accepted a job at •arner assisting O. J. Kloock, and •ill leave with Mr. Kloock. Other Whittemore News. Margaret Elbert, who has been ttending Presentation academy and iving at the home qf Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuchsen, visited last week with i- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Elbert at Springfield, Minn. She was ccompanied back to W!hittemor« by her sister, Genevieve, who will rislt here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Michel Bowman ipent the week-end at Andrew Mil- er'e at Rockwell City and at Lou Novel's at Carroll. Mr, Miller and VIrs. Novel are brother and sister of Mrs. Bowman. Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen is again at nome after helping care for Mrs. 0. AY. Ostwald and baby, northwest of Whittemore. The baby made Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen grandparents for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyer and lit- Teus Abbas Funeral Held— Funeral services for Teus Abbas were held at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday and he was buried in Maple Hill cemetery at • Lakota. H e was the father of nine children: four daughters, Katie (Mrs. Bishop) Bertha (Dirksen), of Titonka, Fannie (Schaunbrg) Rochester, Minn., and Arma who died some years ago, and five sons, Hillad and Teus, Lakota, Klkke and Pete of Granada, Minn., and Jasper of Rice, Minn. Mr. Abbas lived in this community many years. He was 63 years old. Farm Bureau Programs Planned— A Farm Bureau meeting was held in the Methodist church last week Wednesday for the north half of the county, the purpose being to make plans for programs to be used in township meetings. W. E. Stacy, of the extension service, was in charge of the meeting and representatives from Eagle, Swea, Ramsey, Greenwood, German, Lincoln, and Ledyard townships were present, also County Agent Morrison and Muriel Body, H. D. A., about 20 in all. F. B. Christmas Party Held— The Christmas party 'of the Ledyard township Farm Bureau was held at John Smith's Friday night and 40 attended. The poor condition of the roads kept many at home. Gifts were exchanged and the following program given: Christmas carols, reading by Violet Frerking, songs by the township Farm BEPLACE YOUB broken window glass now. Prices lowest. SEE BEET PEAL tie son left last week^Tuesday for a visit at the home of'Mr. and Mrs. Will Travis in Kenosha, Wis., and with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ehlers in Madison, Wis. Mrs. L. H. Perth is again at home after having spent some time at Waverly, assisting in caring for her brother, Hans P. Johansen, Waverly clothing merchant, who is ill, Father C. P. Sweeney, of Fort Dodge, was a. Whittemore visitor last week Tuesday. Father Sweeney was pastor at St. Michael's before going to Fort Dodge. Verena Hentges, Ruth Schultz, and the Arthur Heidenwith family were Sunday guests at Herman Voight's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and Mrs. Ray Bjustrom and daughter Dorothy, of Hobarton, visited Sunday at J. E. Walker's. Robert Braatz, who has been visiting in Milwaukee since Thanksgiving, returned Sunday, and Is now visiting his brother Louis. Blandid Cullen, R. N., of New York City, came last Thursday for a short visit with her parents, the J, S. Cullens. William Baas left Saturday for Excelsior Springs, Mo., to receive treatment for rheumatism. The little Otto Esser boy fell Saturday, while playing outside, and cut a gash In his head. The two weeks old baby of Mr- and Mrs. Anthony Busherfeldt died Saturday. Bureau male quartet and mixed quartet. Ledyard is one of the first townships to take up the new project of quartet work. Second Training School Held— Muriel Body, H. D. A., held the second training school, chair caning, at A. Q. Smith's Monday, December 7. This was an all day meeting with covered dish luncheon a.t noon. Nine local leaders from Ledyard township and five from Lincoln attended. A training school picture was taken and plans made for the next lesson to be given January 12 at Jphn Heetland's. Lakota Butter Ranks High— Our local creamery man, Nick Behrends, ranked among the six high members in a contest sponsored by the Iowa State Brand Creamery and Dairy Extension service, judged for careful workmanship. The three high men will be given a trip to New York next June when the contest closes. Choirs join for Cantata— The Ledyard Methodist church choir with some members of the Lakota church choir sang a Christ- cantata, Hail Messiah, in the local church Sunday evening to a good- sized crowd land all enjoyed the musical treat. They will sing It at Ledyard next Sunday evening. 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