Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1932 · Page 3
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jjok l8.«i(Fitneral services for iaudeHawk) fcfockton, Mont., . ,,„, here at th«.home of her Edward MarloW, last week esday evening/ wete conducted ur«»Dyterla,n church Saturday Rev. S- H- Aten - ttnd burlal nade In the Burt cemetery. , «u witherell Mariow wan born u home fanri West of Burt Janu- 2 1884, and.'wa* Jnarrled Seb- 22 1906, to Claude Hawk. In KIOV moved ti> Redfleld, S/ D., • they lived until Iftlfl, when Amoved to-Poplar, Mont. Six L ago Mrs. HaWk* became a , victim, and a, tpw- weeks ago »g brought here. Hawks is Biirvlved by her band, her father. Seven brothers, ? H H., and K. A< Marlow, Lone ,V- B. H., BUrf, ».; 'N., Mlnne- '' a P , and B. C,, Redfleld, S, D., two sIstere.'.'Mrw. Charles Hawk, Rock., and Mrs., Herman Neltz- urti L '.' - "'• ' ' ' LW Clan in.Get-Tofether— flty-seven relatives and friends _ ere d at Edward Mai-low's Sun- I including children, grandchll- and great-grandchildren,' for a dinner at noon. Attending: ..uB Hawk, Mr.; and Mrs. W. S; IWltt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ford iroe, Poplar, Mont; the Edw. flows, B. C. Marlow,'and Mr. and I James Marlow, Redfleld, S. D.; Fand Mrs. Archie Ames, Kana- son Esthel;.Mr. and Mre. J. H. daughter; Janet, ,and Paul uiaon, Thor; the iemuel, Bert JJesse Marlows,-near'Burt; the ih and 'Del Marlows- and' the fries and Melvin Hawk, Bernard >r, Albert Hutchlnson and'Frank r families, with Mrs. Jessie Ste! and daughter Kathryn, all of •Rock; the Herman Neltzels [Fred Yopps and Coleen Winjum, It; and Mr. and Mrs.vMilo Retz, fcwberry 'Point. ,C\v',,'^'. nan's Club Studies Indians— lie "Woman's club/' met Monday hlng at Mrs._ Fred Vogel's; Mrs. irge Carroll,' assisting hostess, i progam, Primitive America and 1 Indians, consisted of: roll call, fcan items; story of an ancient ation, Mrs. F. L. Pratt; Indian. Ic, Mrs. Carroll; Indian exhibits, (lie Sunday nt Algona— . iter church Sunday morning a pber o£ Methodist families took to the Ambrose A. Call park |a picnic: the Rev. J. E. Clifton, G. Valentines, • William Nelsons, Grays, and Jay Grahams. I Fred Vogels and George Carrolls them in the afternoon. Fenton Girt, Bancroft Youth, Married Sunday . ttosatrra COUNT? ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Fetiton, Oct. IS.-The at, John's Lutheran church was the scene Sunday of the wedding of Leotm Lourtke, of Penton, and Edwin Meyer, of Bancroft. The double ring ceremony was performed by .the Rev. R. w. Kabel- The bride was attended by a HW ^ S ' Ster Ot the eroom, and Helen j^ Atg _ Tho brldegroom>(( tendantg were his brother, Fred Meyer, and August Krause. The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried roses. Her attendants wore green and peach mtln and carried carna Ions. The wedding march wan Played by Ronald Uohmer,; church organist. The bride Is the only child of Mr and Mrs. B. C. Leudtke, farmers living southeast of town. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyer, farmers of near Bancroft, and. Is a graduate of the Lone Rock, high school. After the ceremony 150 guests were entertained at the bride's home at a wedding dinner. The young couple will make their home with the bride's parents for the present. ' Woman's Club Has Meeting— The Woman's club held Its regular meeting last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. J. Frank, with Mrs. Elmer Welsbrod assistant hostess. One hundred per cent membership was present. Roll call was responded to by the discussion of a special topic assigned. An interesting and Instructive program on, Good Citizenship, was given by Mesdam'es W. P. Welsbrod, John Light and C. H. Oeronsln. Instrumental ' music was Pauline and Phyllis 'Frank sang" a group of children's songs, accompanied at the piano by Virginia Frank. Plans were made for a quilt show In the physical training room at the schoolhouse this week Saturday afternoon and evening. A light lunch will be .served for which a small fee will be charged. Send Group to 4-H Iluncniet— . All but two of the members of the Fenton 'Forwards attended the 4-H boys' and girls' banquet given at the Country clubhouse at Algona Saturday evening. Also present were the, leader, Mrs. W. .1. Weisbrod, and the Meedames A. J. Krause, F. J. Weisbrod, and Otto Bochardt and son Harold. A large crowd was in attendance and a constructive program enjoyed. Leona Borchardt, Margaret Stephenson, Letha BIls- borough, Hazel Weisbrod, Virginia Frank, Ardis Voight and Clara Gramenz of the Fenton Forward club contributed musical numbers. B. B, TOURNEY PLANNED FOR TITONKA BOYS TitonUa, Oct. 18.—The boys' Interschool basket ball tournament will be held at the high school gym Wednesday and Thursday nights. Season tickets at 75 cents and $1 wilt include all games, for high school arid grade children. Eggs and potatoes will bo taken In exchange for the tickets as last year. Every boy ia to Play to uncover playing ability. No practice Is allowed before the tournament. Attend Woman's Club Meeting— Last week Thursday Mrs. C. Hoon, and Mrs. Carrie Torgerson attended the 8th district Woman's club meeting at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Hoon was delegate and Mrs. Torgorson alternate. Mrs. H. A. French and Mrs. Theodore 'Dunmire also .attended. Mrs. French also attended a meet-Ing Wednesday afternoon. High Cream Checks J.lstcd— The 10 high cream checks for this month are: Nick Heesch $1'83.97, Bruno 'Stenker $101.01, Warner Smldt $S5.'68, Jennie Hansen $68.67, A. Schram $68,25, <Edw Bartlett & Sons $65.62, Chris Brandt 456.07, J. Srntah^ 'by' JunT Welsh"" A ' ??T * 6W4 ' Sleman Sm ™ ^0.61 ne and Phvill, wvn J "* " . and John Koe «tler ,$50.40., Attend Lodge Conventions— John Fisher, representative of the subordinate, lodge . to the Grand lodge, accompanied by Mrs. Fisher, delegate to the Rebekah assembly, drove to Cedar Rapids Monday, to attend the Odd Fellows meeting and the Rebekah meeting.. Woman's Club In'Meeting— , ' The Woman's club met Friday at Harry Seed's. The leader was, Mrs. Harry Torgerson and the lesson .was, •Iowa Lakes. The roll call was, Cities of Iowa. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Frances Budlong's. L Hoys Home Again— fussell and Willis Chlpman got last Thursday from Ronald, h., where they.worked all sum- t, Russell in the forestry service, Bis also part of the time, the rest bther work. .'••:" • ien Have-Evening 1 School— iventeen women attended an eve; school, at the .schoolhouse last c Wednesday evening, conducted harlotte Warrior on the removal alns. This week's lesson will be oked rugs. ,-. , , . I Nine Defeats Bancoft— •, lurt and Bancroft played ball on I. Burt grounds last Thursday, |t winning, 16-1.,:: -. ? ithers Guests at Dinner— jr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz enter-, the teachers .at dinner last |k Tuesday evening. Other Bart News. Jr. and Mrs, .W, yH. Klamp and i. Mary Stewart were Sunday din- I guests at theJMt.;L. Vlnaas home. (the afternoon the.'Wlnaases, and guests, the:Albert Schraders, I'M. A. Chrlatlansdn 'visited at nont. " -.' A ••' • Ira. W. T. Petera, with Mrs. H. A. fnch, Titonka,'attended a district fcratlon meeting at 'Emmetsburg }week AVednesday and Thursday. Maude Hanna and Mrs. Fred [el attended Thursday, Jmest Kruger' acompanled Su' or and Mrs.'Chtu, Morris, Lone Ik, and their ''daughter • Vera to Vs Sunday ,aiid : Edward Paine Jit with them. Vera and Edward I students at Ames.' '. arena Schwietert came Thursday [ ten days with her parents, Mr. Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. She Iks at Des Molnes;: CJara Schwlet- ]Doi)iver teacher, spent the week- re - ••• ••'•vi: •'..-! • Birthday terrible 1 met last t Jay at Mrs. TV,^E. Brace's. The ind I Circle met 'the' day before I1lr -s, Harry Potz^,' Mrs. Elga , assisting "hostess, wo senior •p^ys-wlll be ^Iven this F. The class has been' divided In- woups, one of which will present 1 o' the Wisp at the theater next F Friday evening. h » Presbyterian -Mite society >ts next week Wednesday at^Mrs, •am Ulngsdorf's; Mrs. H. T. Ken' ana Mrs, C. E, Longnecker, as- pg hostesses. '• G. C. Glddinggj took her moth- ra. Matilda Wa»d, to Whltte- Saturday - fy' visit another pnter, Mrs. Mike JCoppen, '• °. Chipman and his daughter 1 visited relatives aj. Nashua, "n City, and Qarner frpm Tues- I. w Friday last week. TO! Laverenz, B. C. Sanderson, i Harold Smith are at Harmony, "..erecting a eet of bujldlngs'for Insurance company, F- and Mm. Uoyd Elston spent Prai days last week w}th Mr. Elp s brother at WjuxiMne- and his f«» at GrlswoW. *'»• Elaine an4' Mary Frances n ey, Algona, spent the week-end their grandparents, Mr. and vv. R. Carney. • Maude Hajma, apn Charlep'. | Dorothy McpoRSrld ylslted Frl- ^atwday at BJpjer Nelson's Otter- Dlrt^lay Surprise Party Given— Mrs. John Arbogast was pleasant- y surprised at her home last Thurs-_ day evening by a'group of neighbors' and others who came to observe her birthday anniversary. A 7 o'colck llnner was served by the guests, who were Messrs, and Mesdames W. C. Stamer, Dennis 'Smith), John Dempsey, Fenton, Chris Godfredson, of llngsted, and Glenn Sharp,' of Lone Rock. K. 1. C. A. Has Meeting— Th Kossuth 1 rural letter carriers' association 'held its regular meeting with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley last veek Tuesday evening. A program was given, and games were played for entertainment. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrlch and daugh- ;er, of 'Lone Rock, Mr. and Mre. L. aeifner, Titonka,' Mr. and Mrs. Benke and son, Whittmore, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard, and Mr. und Mrs. Carl Prlebe." Wedding Date Is Observed— 'Frank McFalls entertained a group of relatives Sunday in honor of Mrs. MoFall's.parents,-Mr. and Mre. John Menz's wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwiefel and daughters Ardis and Iris, the William Voights, the Roy Chris- chllles, Mrs. Martha Chriechilles, and the Clarence Menz, the John Menz and the T. -N. M'cFall families. William Meier Bled Saturday- William Meier died at his home here Saturday evening. He has been' ,ong a sufferer of diabetes. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon.' The obituary will be published next week. Other Fenton News. Zelmer Scare, of Radcllffe, came a week ago Monday and stayed till Tuesday at the parental Sam Scares when he was accompanied home by Mrs.. Scare. They returned to Fenton Thursday accompanied by Margaret Scare. The son and 'daughter remained for an overnight vlait. Mrs. Lester Haugland cared for the Scare family during Mrs. Scare's absence. The Henry Boevers entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Present were the John Boevens, of Galena, '111., Mrs. Mae Volght and children of Welcome, Minn., the Arthur Bettlns, of Burt, Mrs. Charles Steinbeck and children Lyle and Myra, and Mrs. Carrie Voight and children Gerald and Ardis. . Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod entertained Sunday Mr. and Mre. John Bqevers and daughter Helen of Galena, 111., the Dean Nelllses of Renwick, the Melvin Kerns, of Sexton, the Homer Boevers, of West Bend, the W. P. Welsbrods, the Carl Kerns and Mrs. Carrie Voight. and children Ardis and Gerald. O. S. Warner, accompanied by Mrs. Sam Warner and daughter Lola, attended the funeral of the former's cousin, Mrs. Claud Hawks, at Burt, Saturday. Death was caused by cancer, from which Mrs. Hawks had suffered for a number of years. Mrs. Russell Chism and baby daughter, of Montevideo, Minn., 'spent last week at the parental Wlliam Meier home, called by the serious illness of her father." , Mr and Mrs. John Boevers and daughter Helen, of Galena, 111., spent the week-end with the former's brother Henry Boevers, and sister, Mrs. Other Titonka News. E. O. Slack, accompanied by his son Neil, drove, to Cherokee Friday afernoon to spend the week-end visit- Ing relatives, and also their daughter and sister, Violet, who has been attending Mornlngside college at Sioux City. Marguerite Pannkuk, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pann- cuk, and who has been taking nurse's draining at the Mercy' hospital in Mason City, expents to be home for the week end next Saturday and Sunday. The first Schoenlien born in 23 years was born Oct. 4, weighing 9 Ibs., 10 oz., in Detroit, Mich. He is a grandson of the Rev. and 'Mrs. Schoenlein, of Titonka, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schoenlein. •Estelle Bonaker entertained at a bridge party Saturday night. Present were Ethel Willmeyer, Donald Bacon, Arthur Jay Budlong, Phydella Peterson, Aletha Schreck, Milton Pendergast, and Oscar Blanchard. The Thursday dinner bridge club was . held at the Miller . Nelson's. Prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pannkuk, and'Mfs. !L. B. Lason. The Raymond Krantz's drove .to Mason City .Friday afternoon to oring their son Clifford home.. He !s attending business college and returned Monday. Emma, Kruger, who has been spending her vacation "with her par- nets in Minneapolis, la back to work in the Wilson cafe. Will .Alke hurt his right knee while picking corn with th,e corn .picker last. week Wednesday. He will be laid up several days. , The C. Hoons drove to Garner Saturday afternoon to visit Mr, Hoon's parents, who have recently moved there from Alta, ' ' ' ,'Grant Hutchineon, brother of Mrs. Fred Hagen, who is a .marine, Is In Titonka for an extended visit.'' H. A. French and son Russell drove to Ames Saturday afternoon to attend a football game. stanwy *">««« » nd Arthur Prie f left last Thursday for Decorah -to at- rend homecoming day at Luther college. They'returned Sunday. Mrs. Verne Owens, of Burt, and two children were visitor* at the parental -Henry Boevers home be tween trains'Saturday. August Krause, of Deoorah, and Blvlrl Krause, of Garner, were over-Sunda, visitors at the parental G. «• jsafssss^sps Lotts Creek The Lutheran Aid Thursday was attended by all but four members, Mrs. Jno. Geltzenhauer, Mrs, Otto Wichtendahl, Mrs. Ferdinand Mittag, Mrs. John Seegebarth, Sr. Visitors were Mrs. (Fritz Blerstedt, of Fair- vflle, and Mrs. Won. Wetzel. The Aid met with Mrs. Albert Kressin, who was assisted by Mrs. Edward Kressin. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Edward Kressin, The -Roy (Warner family, of Keo- kuk.came Saturday to visit.till Sunday at Joe CLelninger's. Mr. Warner is a brother of Mrs, Lelnlnger. Two of the Warner sons remained here for a longer visit. Nick Gengler trucked a carload of chickens to Chicago last week. Helen Radlg, attending the teachers' college at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parents, the Alex .Radigs, • . Mr. and Mrs. 'Fritz Henry, of Whlt- temore, visited Sunday at Otto Wichtendahl's. Mrs. Ferdinand Mittag has been sick for-the .past week and was unable to be 4bout much. Mrs. Clarence Blerstedt, of Fenton, spent Thursday at the parental Edward Kressin's. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, of Whittemore, and ..-Mr. and Mrs,, Herman Hintz and daughters Marlon and Caroline were entertained Sunday at Richard Potratz's. Margaret, H£nna, and Ada Fiene, attending Algona high school, spent the week-end with their parents, the Rev. and Mre. E..Fiene. Ruth and Esther Schmiel, also attending Al- goni high, spent the 1 week-end with their parents, Teacher and Mrs. Wm. Schmiel. . < The Arnold Meine and Louise Hackbarth families visited at Polliver Sunday with the Arthur, Pajmere, who are parents of * SM- MrSl Palmer was Ad.a Meine, The CH*st Hauck children sur- prized their parents Sunday evening by Inviting a ferge number of relatives and friends Dn the SOth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Reinbard Lieb entertained a nwnher of friSP** »ad relative^ Tburfday evenly' pf Reinh.ard's WHITTEMORE DIES AT|WA CITY Whlttemore. Oct. 18.—FOneral services w.ere conducted Saturady at the Methodist church by the Rev. A. H. Wood for Mrs. Curtis Qulnn, who died last week Wednesday at midnight at an Iowa City hospital. Mrs. Qulnn, formerly Mary Agnes Conley. was born at Madison, S. D. March 13, 1898. On February 19, 1028, she was married at Flandreau, S. D. The couple lived at Rapid City, S. D., and Austin,' Minn., .moving to Whlfctemore In 1929. There are three children: Francis, William Eugene. 2; and Dorothy Ann, 6 months. Two stepsons, 'Lester Ellsworth, 17,' at home, and Joe Qulnn, of 'South Dakota, and a stepdaughter, Mrs. D. J. Carlton, Rapid City, survive;, also one brother and six elsters. Pall bearers were Daniel and Fran- cla 'Foley, 'Jos. Laubenthal, Jos. Fogarty, John Kollasch, and Walter Vandt. Mrs.'Qulnn was taken sick a week ago Friday and was rushed to Iowa City, where she had an operation for tumor of the brain. Ella Burke ac- companted her In the Swanson ambulance. • Hotel Under New Management- Mrs. Charles Lauritzen and two daughters now have charge of the Iowa hotel, formerly managed by the Keenes. Mrs. Laurltzen managed a Fenton.hotel 15 years before coming- to Whlttemore. ..Mr. Lauritzen has a pool hall • here. Mrs. Lauritzen plans to do home baking. H. S. Teachers Go Home—The-high school teachers have gone home for'a two weeks' corn-husking vacation: -Verna Emanuel, to Iowa City; Florence Lynch, to Cedar Falls; Mildred Lindstrom, to Albert City; and Nettle Sammlns, to Emmetsburg. * Play Draws Big Crowd— A play at the Academy, hall by junior high school pupils Sunday evening, I Lost a Million' Dollar Girl, drew'a large crowd, and went over in a big way. Songs were sung between acts by the high' school chorus. Explosion Causes Eye, Wound— Harold, aon of Mr.' and Mrs. John Oringer, was recently taking the top off a spraying can, when it exploded and a' piece struck him in the eye, cutting a gash which required four stitches. Another Watch Given Away— E. R. Schiel, Fenton, .won the wist watch given.away 'Saturday evening at Cavanaugh'e drug store. This was the fourth watch given away Saturday nights, and eight are left. Jewelry and Gift Shop'Opened— Arthur,.son of Mr., and Mrs. Mike Fandel, has opened a jewelry and gift shop in the building also occupied by the Kelly barber shop. He was married some months ago. Hltch-Hlker Off Again— "Bill" Heller is off again on a hitchhiking trip. He left'Frldayfor either Texas or California. , Schools In Corn-Picking Vacation— The Academy and -the public schools will be closed next week for corn-husking. M .• Other Wliltteihore News. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Els'ele, Blue Earth, visited at Joseph Eisele's Sunday. The Leo Elberts, Garner; spent thewe ek-end here. 'Kathlyn Genger, R. N., Estherville, spent Sunday at home. * The Frank Bella, Blue Earth, came Friday 'to visit relatives, < and were accompanied home by the D. Cardes family for a visit till this week Thursday. '". ' • The Marvin Hansens, Britt, .visited at John 'Wilson^ last week. .Mr. and Ms. H. W. Behnke spent Saturday and Sunday with Fairmont 'relatives. - . . >-.'. ; A boy was born .Friday ' to Mr. and Mrs. William Beschs, the second child and the fourth great-grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fandel. Mrs. Bertha Langerman, formerly of Whittemore, who had been/living at Parkersburg, has moved to Hampton, where she has a beauty shop. , Mr, and Mrs. Archie Voight, accompanied by Rosella Volght, attended the Meyer-Luedtke 1 wedding Sunday at (Fenton. Charles lEiler, Orchard Place, 111., and William Eller, Lakeside, Mich'., spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. B. B. Eller. Lucian Meurer, patient at the McCreery hospital with Inflammatory rheumatism, was taken home Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry .Pretzle^ Milwaukee,' spent last ,week with Mrs. Pretzle's mother, Mre. August Mlelke. Matt GKlrschbaum has - returned from St. Paul, where he was foreman of a steel gang; three months. The C.W. Hansens spent Sunday at Clarence Hoon's, Spencer, Henry Behnke vieite4 a girl at Bancroft. The Keenes plan to start a restaurant next to the~ Iowa hotel where Kate Haag formerly operated. Merrill Rawson Jr., accompanied by his mother and an Eagle Grove girl, visited over Sunday' here. The Guy fenleys, -Detroit, visited Mrs. Fenley's parents, Mr. and Mrf. L. A. Doyles, last week. Kern Allerlek, who works at the creamery, attended an Ames college homecoming last week. A boy was born Monday to Mr, and Mrs. Srnlth, who now have two boys and a girl, GOOD HOPE FARMER'S HAND . INJUREDJNJORN PICKER Good Hope, Oct. 18,—Mark Eunore suffered a painful accident Saturday, when hie left hand was caught in the rollers of his corn picker. • The machine was equipped with, a power t^ke-pff, and he could neither stop }£ nor release his h^nd. His young sons Leo qjid Jlmmle were within calling , distance, however, and they threw the clutch, reversed the rollers by hand, and released their father. Mr. Ihnpre, was taken, to town, and examination showed the thumb and first finger r so badly (mangled ,that there wa# «om,e dejjbt whether it could be, saved; but Sunday alter- n : oon danger seemed past, tb.9Ugh Mr. Ejnjore still experieaced. great v&» , .. \ Lone Rock Babe Dies; Nick G-lngler and Carl Pljhan trucked poultry into Chicago last week Wednesday. the Lone Rock cemetery. ~Tho"seYrom ^^. he W1U ^^P 61 " 8 and the Harvey - -••• • .... ' OOHUIH Rohng spent Sunday at Roy Godden's, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were Sunday guests at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's. and Mrs. Lloyd Buchan, Mr7and"Mrs'. . ^ ej ^ Vl S ' M> aladston e con- Roy Godden, all of Fairmont Minn *? Ci< * Blble study at Seneca Frlday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oteon, and Mr! afternoon - Oct. 18.— Marry, 2>/4- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, Glen Leeper, died at the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday evening,. after diamond last week Tuesday, 3-1. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Goettsch, iharlton, spent the week-end at the Otfs Sanders home. Maurice Duffy, Whlttemore, demo- two weeks' Hlness. Intestinal flu cratic candidate for county "treasurer, followed by peritonitis caused his was here Monday. „.j was born in Cudahy, Wls., The-Fred Thompson and Victor May 12, 1930. Besides his parents Rogera were Sunday guests at Anha !„ .......i.._j u.. i .. . . drew Thomnson's. he is survived by two,smaller sisters, Ruby and _Marlene. Services were held at the" Lone Rock church lost Thursday, and burial was made in . a distance attending the funeral were Mr. and k Mrs. John Buchan, Mr. and Mm. Jim Buchan, Mrs. Charles Buchan, Mrs. Joe Buchan, John Buchan Jr., Billy Buchan, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Godden, Burt. Republican Women Meet— A meeting was held in the Legion hall, Bu'rt, this Tuesday afternoon for republican commltteewomen. Marian Aasgaard, Forest City, vice- chairman of the 8th district, was present to help complete the organization of the county for the November election. Attorney L. A. Jen-, sen,* Forest City, was the speaker. A musical program was given. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, county vice-chairman, was in attendance. Attend 4-H Club Meeting— Kossuth 4-H clubs held a banquet at the Country club, Algona, last Saturday. Attending from here were Beryl Sanders, Kathryn Stebrltz, Laabs, and Imogene Roderick. Muriel Long, Cleo Hobson, Verne and Dorothy Dacken, Coila Jane ney, Evelyn and Doothy Blerstedt, June Bierle, Margaret and Mildred and Vernon Hollister, Jeanetta Whit- Attend Funeral nt Burt— Those from here attending the funeral of Mrs.' Claude Hawks, Burt, Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. . J. M. : Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. C6tton, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heifer, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. Loretta Sprank, Tom O'Donnell, and John Whitford. Birthday. Bute Celebrated- William Hobson was surprised last week Tuesday evening in honor of his 20th birthday by a group of young people. Attending were Verne and Dorothy Dacken, Vernon and Coila Jane Hollister,'Ronald Chrlst- enson, Margaret Gladstone, Cleo and Wlliam Hobson. Auxiliary Hears Report— The -Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs! N. L. Cotton -last week Friday. A report was given on the county meeting at Swea City. It was .voted to pay dues to the different branches of the state auxiliary. Lunch was served. Junior Class Play Started— Ruth Cross, English and dramatic teacher, has begun work on the Junior class play, a three-act comedy, Sunny Days.'Farm, in which eleven characters are portrayed. It will be given In •November. Help Surprise Fenton Woman— The Glen Sharps helped surprise their grandmother, Mrs. John Arbogast, Fenton, on her 77th birthday, last week Thursday evening. Other Lone Bock. Charles Morris drove to Ames, his daughter Vera, and Edwin Payne, Burt. students at the college, returning with him for th'e week-end at their respective . 'homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris took them to Ames Sunday. » Mrs. Roy Jones and daughter Rose came last week Thursday to visit their daughter and sister, Floy Jones, teacher here. ^Miss Jones-and Miss Dunn accompanied them to Chester for the week-end,. returning Sunday evening. 1 • 'Mrs. E. M. . Hawks entertained Monday evenng Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow, Ben Marlow,. Redfield, S, D,, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Monroe, Mr, and Mrs. B.'Dewett, Poplar, Mont.', and Claude Hawks, 'Brocton, Mont.' , Gordon Blanchard and .Helen Radig, students at..the teachers' college at Cedar' Falls, spent the weekend at their .respective homes. Helen attended the Meyer and Luedtke wedding at Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodges, Algona, and Mr. and Mre": Clarence Wells, and daughter Delia, Livermore, were Sunday guests at Fred Genrich's. The Glen (Leepers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Buchan to Ber.- tha, Minn., the last o? the week, for a few days visit with'Mrs, Leeper's brother. ( Mr, and Mrs. P. M, Ohrlstenson drove to Patterson, visiting at Frank Hubbard's. From there they drove to Dee Molnes for the week-end. The Sewing Circle met with Mrs. Otis Sanders last week Thursday evening.,The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Jim Ackertnan. Mrs, Henry Manus, her daughter Catherine, and Mrs. Lillian. Slegler and son, Junior, Burt, were Sunday guests of the Charles Morrises. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Weagant and daughter June, Swayzee, Ind., came Friday night fpr "a brief visit with Mrs. Ethel Benjamin. ' Hulda Wbrthington returned last week Wednesday from a visit with her sister, Mrs, Frank Diettloff, Hampshire, 111.' Mr. and Mrs. William Krause had as guests Sunday 'the Forrest Rouses, Ayershire, and .Florence and Junior. Reed. Humboldt. ,. Ruth Householder, rural teacher near Armstrong, la spending the week at the parental C. E. Householder's. Russell Sharp and Wayne, Tyler drove to Comanche (Friday to get Russell's "shack," They returned Sunday. Little Eeverett. Ackerson received a gash In his head last week Thursday while playing on the schoolhouse Swings. The Watson Stocks, and Mrs. Shick's father, Charles Lingenfeldtw, drove to Allison Sunday to visit relatives. ' ' Arthur -Prlebe speitf from last week Thursday until Sunday in Der corah visiting bis, friend^ Myrtle Lar- spn.,. Mrs, J. M. Blanchard i$ suffering With an Infection, to bfir ha.nd., The Russell Snaps have moved their "sha^k" to, Blu* Eajrth, — where Ru^sel} is | Tfee Lonj, Ro* Burt team on T^ 1CW F )* fs^Wff '" Mrs. John Roth and her son Lawrence were Sunday guests at Albert Shaser's. G. A. 'Sharp and son Delbert made . business trip to Fort Dodge last Thursday. The Henry Schultzes, Cylinder, were Sunday dinner gueste at Emll Kraft's. ' 'Evelyn Behrmann and Harriet Fish spent the week-end in Minneapolis, Th'e Emll Krafts attended the William Meyer funaral at Fenton, Monday. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance GOOD HOPE FARMER WILL HAVE OPERATION THURSDAY Good Hope", Oct. 18—William Knoll, Lone Rock, daughter Ardath, James Knoll, Good Hope, and Robert Doh- ovon, Algona, .will drive to Iowa City this week Wednesday for an operation which William Knoll Sr., the Knoll boys' father, Is to Thursday. Arclath will remain titt her grandfather covered. Mrs. .DLojiovon K n.o-y?- at Iowa City with her 'lather and indtWWi will cbmV home 'following fawr'ojH. eration. ' , • > READ the Want Ads. ANDE&SON'S LITTLE THEATRE .... TROUBLE WITH COR MEN, MA RAY, 15 THAT THEY ARE AWAY ALL DAY/ . WHILE WE CLUMP DOWN AND STOKE THE FIRE, IN MICE WARM SHOPS THEY EARN THEIR HIRE/ 'THEY MEAN WELL BUT THEY TRY TO SAVE BY BUYING COAL THAT WON'T BEHAVE/ *IF THEY TPNPEO, FURNACE LIKE ; VVE DO ^\\ THEY'D GST JsW COAL THAT v WAS HEAT CLEAR THRU. 1 ' •^P^M^^^MM^^^^^M^^HwBHBL^H^ MMMM^^^MBMMH^^^^L^b ^^K-l .SHE MUST MEAN OURCOAL-IT^ CRAMMED\rtlTHHEAT/ Anderson Grain and Coal PHONE 3O8 WK«n you have to talk with this man or that on* ...what if you had no t«l«. phone? Th« farm telephone pays for itself many times just in saving trips. YOUR TELEPHONE Join, your Horn, with neighbors and 'town... brings help in time of danger, aids In business, enable* you to do mor* things you Ilk* to do. NORTHWESTERN SOt Par Shaving Cream 2fcr50» •>«•• 90* Nyal Cold Capsules Nyal Com Remover ^2 •MO yao for CoiuHpotion Pur* Vanilla Extract Thif.means you buy any item on the tale and we afce you anomer of me same kind or the some price absolutely free! Be thrifty.... shop ml» week ,... save half on everything you buy! •tyalyptuar-Hie golden cough syrup—75c bottle... .^ for Nyal Mineral CMH-tactekw „«» 75c pint bottle............<•£ foi- Nyal Milk of Magnesia o 50c full pint bottle; 2 for Nyteptol Mouth Wa»h 4% anHwprtc—75c pint....."...«( for Nysl* Ham) Lofton—*oothe< «* and *oft*iw—25c bottle..,. -at for Laxacold Tablets—for stubborn colds—25c box.*.* Nyol Rubbing 75c for Nyal Honey and Horehound A Cough $yrup~r5Qc size. . . . .dfi for •riHIant Ulac Hair OU 4% for glossy hair— 50c bottle. ,4C for Nya| face) Cream 4% with p«roxid«-50c jar- .^ . .«fc for Nyalgesie-liquid balm for o pains, sprains— 60c sizo . . . ,«fi for Nyseptol Tooth Paste 4* Wequalitr-^SqtMbf ...... 2 for Nyal Norwegian Cod liver for NyMk fw PowoW .2*3*. •«••• 6Sc Nydl Softs EfFerveie. 50c Nyal Beel, OC^ 25C Nyal Aspirin Tabfet* 50c bottit of 100-5 or. Nyal Vaporixing falve forco|dr-$Qc jgr..., 4) .4% HM! •' A* lit Borcta Wednesday, .-

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