Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1932
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Don't Try to Economize by Using Inferior Coal A low price per ton Is always a temptation, hut tf» exnons ivel It means fewaMieat units per pound-more ImpurWos _ h |gher noting costs. ,i n addition to th e jncrS coat you have the annoyance of ashes, dlnkem, «,,ot, uncertain and Irregular heat. THE SMOKE" A little thought and attention to firing your stove or furnace will increase tho heat you get from your coal from 20 to 80 per cent. 'Burn gaees which otherwise go up th o chlm n«U» smoke. You can't afford to waste them. Our Blmnte directions show you how to got all the heat. LOOK OUT FOn HEAT LEAKS Check up on your windows and doors. A single leak will allow many dollars' worth of heat to escape during winter months. Economize with storm doors, storm windows and attic Insulation. WE'VE A COAL FOR EVEKY FUIIPOSE We have a kind of coal for every purse nnd purpose but wo ar ge you to use BOTSSXMID'S PE10RLBKS, because it win gave you money—give you most heat per dollar—practic-illv no impurities—no waste. ' y Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Manager P hone 256 MERCHANDISE Mr. Farmer sells most of his goods at cost and below, and so do we. Pilot Oyster Shell, 100 Ib. bag 90 C Home Brand Jello, per pkg. p )C Toothpicks, large size 8c Clothespins, best brand, per pkg. Sc Peanuts, just roasted, per Ib. 3 Ibs. for 25c Rice, best bulk, per Ib 5c Syrup, Karo, large pail 54 C Red Cherries, No. 10 tin 3J)c Peanut Butter, quart jar 22c Laundry Soap, per bar 3c Milk, baby size, per can 3c Home made Peanut Brittle, 2 Ibs. 15c Pound box Cherry Chocolates 19c 10 PER GENT OFF ON CHRISTMAS TREES AND HOLLY WREATHES, ALL SIZES California and Minnesota Trees. Our meat department is complete and no nicer display this side of Chicago. H, CASE WICK PASSES FRIDAY AT BURT HOME Hurt, Dec. 13—Henry G. A, Sewick died at h! B home hero Friday, Ing an illness of about two yea us. Mr. Sowlck wns bnrn August 11, 1858, «,t Davis, 111. When he was 1'/a years of ago his parents brought him to .Tosup, where they lived till ho grow up. In 1881 he married Laura. A. Hockcrt, Orangcvlllo, 111. They moved to Burt In the spring of 1SS2 and lived on their farm, north of Burt, till they moved to town 21 years ago. •Six boys and three girls were born; Mrs. Maude Allen, Juleeburg, Colo.; Harry, Ireton; James B., Mrs. FloHsle Lcason, and John, Burt; Elbert, 'Hock Valley; Lura and Fern, also Burt. A son, Charles Ray, died in 1014. Mr. Sewick Is also survived by his wife, a brother, Ferdinand A., Waterloo, ten grandchildren, and three groat-grandchildren. Funeral services were hold at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon, the Rev. ,1. E. Clifton officiating, assisted by the Rev. S. H. Aten. Burial was made in the Burt cemetery. Funeral services at the grave were j in charge of the Masonic lodge, of which he had boon a member more than 35 years. Mr. .Sowlck was one of the pioneers oC this section, coming the J'oir after the building of tho railroad. At that time there was only one house between Burt and Bancroft. Out of town relatives and friends attending tho funeral included all ot the children, with their families, a granddaughter, Mrs. Clifford Nelson, Martinez, Calif., and h or daughter, Bonnie Jean; the brother, Ferdinand Sewiek, and his grandson, 'Wayne Kowick; John Foutz, Fred Klater, William Shoemaker, and William Miller, Ireton; Francos Ivlaue, Armstrong; and the Robt. Leasons, Al- Kona. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA several weeks with fiends at Lisbon and Cedar Falls. 'Mrs. Alice Anderson, (Bancroft, came last Thursday for a week at L. H. Schenck'e. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday at Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle's. Former Union Couple Back Home in Florida TITONKA HOST AT MEET OF COUNTY 'AUX' Titonka, Dec. 13— -Seventy-four Kossuth Legion Auxllary members met at the Methodist church here last week Tuesday. Luella Schenck, Hurt, county chairman, presided, and all other county officers were here. Tho meeting was called to order according to a new manual of ceremonies from national headquarters, following which the president of each unit gave a report of activities during the last three months. Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, accompanied by Gladys Bogges at the piano, sang One Fleeting Hour and an encore, •My Daddie's Buttons Say U. 6. Tho national poppy song, Popples Carry , On, the Star-Spangled Banner, America were sung by the and with Gladys Bogges and Louise Canradi at the piano. A question box was conducted by Mrs. Sadie Denton, and a discussion followed in which Mrs. L. M. Merritt, [Mrs. Denton, and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe took part. This was on moans of carrying on local and county relief and welfare work. The basement of the church, in which tho meeting was held, was decorated in Christmas colors, with a candle for each woman at a luncheon served by the. hostess unit. Union Twp., Dec. 13— Mrs. Claude Dearchs has received word that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ho- flus, reached St. Petersburg, Fla., their home a week ago Saturday, after visits since spring with relatives in Chicago, Iowa, Minnesota, and North Dakota. They left Iowa early in the fall to vsit the son Wilfred at Chicago. A sister-in-law, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, who had visited a daughter, Mrs. Will Ley, Lakota, left for Chicago after Thanksgiving and accompanied them to St. Petersburg, which is aleo her home. Mr. and Mrs. Hofius formerly lived In Union, and Mrs. Wheeler Is a former Union teacher. Klcclrlc Llfrlit Company Elects— The Cresco-Unlon Electric com- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lleb were there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert AVIttkopf, sons Alfred, Gerhard, and Edwin, with other relatives, were at the Fred Jacob home, Algona, Friday evening to surprise Mrs. Jacob In honor of a birthday anniversary. Mrs. Henry Behnke, her family, and the Heinhard Llebs attended a birthday party at August Krause's, Fenton, last week Wednesday even- Ing in honor of Mr. Krause's birthday anniversary. Margaret, Hannah, and Ada Flene, attending the Algona high school, spent the week-end with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene. Friends gathered at the William Meyer home last week Tuesday evening to help Mr. Meyer celebrate a birthday anniversary. - -- , Marie Faulstich has been serlous- a board of directors, and the board, i ly «ick with the flu. She is the In turn, organized, with A. B.'youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schenck as president; Fred Will, Hugo Faulstich. vice; Harry Ward, secretary; Jos. Ricker, treasurer; H. Bacon is also a member. Rudolph Will Is meter reader. Returning officers are Leonard Crulkshank, president; Frank Riebhoff, vice; and George Miller, Plum Creek, secretary. Christmas Seal Sale Good— Mrs. A. B. Schenck, chairman of the anti-tubreculosis Christmas seal sale in Union, reports 130 letters sent out, with Gl replies to date. Many persons replying purchased generously; others regretted inability to purchase more. The plan is to have all unpurchased seals and money returned before Christmas. Half of the money will be kept in pany held an annual business meet- Ing last week Tuesday at the city , hall, Algona. The 26 patrons elected Alvln Potratz is now employed at Fred Boettcher's. MANY CHILDREN WILL, be made happy by the novel toys and many mothers have already been made happy by the savings and real values at Gamble Stores. 17-14 Christmas CANDY This Year's Thrift GIFT For all the FAMILY Buy Graham's Christmas Candies. They're better qualities than you have ever seen in popular priced Candies. Christmas hard mixed candy, Ib. Peanut and Cocoanut combination, Ib. Assorted mixed filled Candies, Ib. Christmas Creams, Jellies, and Straws, Ib The y——T ••^--gM Th*» Candy UfRfPl H H RlSSl Candy Store Department Stores Store IQc 15c 15c PFAD TUC AHVANCF WANT ADS . the township. As usual the Mothers H. B. Team AVins from Thompson & Daughters club rural schools day * basketball game was nl.-,vr»rt fuml wl)1 be (lrawn fl '° m the seal last week Tuesday night j (against Thompson, and Titonka won' by one point. The game .was exciting. The local single, and married men played volley ball as a prelim- I inary, and the single 1 men won. The LONG'S I'orllanders \\\ V. u. Party— Nearly 100 people attended the annual banquet of the Portland Farm j Bureau at the Presbyterian church ! here Friday noon. A program in- j eluded talks by County Agent Mor- I riflon and Mrs. J. H. AVarburton, Lakota; violin music, Alarilda Pratt; recitation, Mrs. D. E. Fitch; presentation of woman's project work, I Mrs. L. V. McWhorter and Beulah Larson; one-act play, A AVoman Has No Occupation; vocal solos, Paul Loaverton, Algona. Missionary Flay is Repeated— The group which gave a missionary play, Janey, at the Methodist church two weeks ago repeated it at AVhlttemore, later at the Good Hope church, Sunday morning. The cast j included Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. I F. L. Pratt, A r era Chlpman, Norma j Botitin, Ellen A r oacntine, and Caroline Carr. Mils. L. E. Roetman, who coached, Sellna Clifton, accompanist, and G. J. F. A r ogel also made the trip. .. basketball at Seneca last ursday night, and the local firsts lost"while the Titonka seconds won. Attend- current ing from here were Barbara Ball ! and Ardls Kelley. WE WANT TO PLEASE REGULAR $18.50—SPECIAL $15.72 Discount on all Watches ELECTRIC $9.95 Buy, now while you can get these prices BEGULAB $10.00—SPECIAL $13.60 Our elegant line of Watches all go at this price cut. BEGULAR $31.50—SPECIAL $26.75 Bargains on our entire Christinas Goods line. itea^^ LUSBY'S and Jewelry BEGULAB $24.75-SPEClAL $21.00 "Womii n's Clu)) Hears Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening with Mm. \V. A. Peterg; Mrs. O. H. Graham, assisting hostess. The prog-ram, on the Mauve Decade, consisted of roll call on Christmas wishes; Manners and /Morale of the Mauve Decade, Mrs. J. T. Heaney; A Lady of Godey'e, Esther Hodgson; Christmas music, Ruth Hodgson; Christmas Story, Mrs. Maude Hanna. Pupils Give Ono-Acfc Play— A group of Burt high school .pupils, accompanied by Supt. Weir and Alice' Eighme, went to Ledyard Monday night to give a one-act play in competition with the Ledyard and Titonka schools. Next Monday the three plays will again be given at Titonka, and next Tuesday evening they will be presented here at the •Beltone theater. B. C. Activities Consolidated— A Red Cross meeting was held at the Presbyteran church Saturday evening, and a committee was appointed on welfare and relief work here: G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. The .purpose was to unite various organizations i under one head. Pastor's Brother Dies Suddenly— The Rev. J. B. Clifton was called to Thompson Saturday by news of the sudden death of his brother Charles at a basketball game at Wesley. The Cliftons attended the funeral Monday. The deceased had been postmaster at Thompson for some years. U and I'g Remember Invalid— The U and I circle met last Thursday at Mrs. F. O. Stow's, Mrs. Ida Anderson assistng hostess. A Christmas grab-bag was a feature, The members took gifts for Mrs. Emma Hawcott, former member who Is an invalid. Surprise for Mrs. W. B. Pratt— The Birthday Circle surprised Mrs. W. B. Pratt by going to her home last Thursday to honor her S4th anniversary, which falls on December 20. Mrs. Pratt has been in poor health for some weeks. H. 0. Buell Expected Home- airs. H. O. Buell returned Saturday from Rochester, where she had been with Mr. Buell, who was operated on there some weeks ago. Mr. Buell, who is recovering, is expected in a few days. ^ Christmas Cantata Next Sunday— The Presbyterian choir will present a Christmas cantata at the church Sunday evening. Post Flans Feather Party— The Legion post here plans a Feather party at the hall next week Wednesday evening. Other Burt News. The Lutheran Walther League met in the church basement last week Tuesday evening; Luella and A'iola Bleich, hostesses. The Missionary society meets Saturday at the Methodist parsonage; Mrs. J. E. Clifton and Mrs. M. J. Rvereon, hostesses. The Luther Fairbanks family and the AVyott Stotts were Sunday dinner guests at Dr. R. M. Wallace's, : Lutheran Aid met at the church last week Tuesday afternoon; Mrs. R. A. Bleich, hostess. Clara Shaw has returned from F. Bridge Club Meets— The Young People's bridge club met Friday night; Helen Beed, host--- — ---F ------- — ~^-, , etss. Members are Edward Saathoff, ground, is portable and so may be Lewis and Vern Bacon, Edithmae moved to other locations. Mr. Hain Bucllong, Fern, Harold, Mildred, and who is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Dau, Clifford Krantz, Loraine Peterson, is a mason. The Hains ha Donald Banta, Pauline Blakley, at Algona at various times Helen Beed, Barbara Ball, Arlo and aousumes. I-larley Larson, Bernice Larson The next meeting will be at the R L Krantz home. ' E. 1. Hag Parly — - ----- „ — .-o-^ — . . , errue At the Rev. Mr. Faul's this week Sa se, teacher, is planning the usual v,, — ,!„.. _.._,.i !,. . ,. .. ... _ Thursday night the Methodist Epworth League will have a party. Members are Fern, Mildred, and Harold Krantz, Edithmae Budlong, Wilbur and Kathryn Schram, Leota Oesterreicher, Vernon and Glenn Larson, AVlllis Phelps, and Arlo and Harley Larson. guests. There will also be Fiiplls In Trl-Town Contest— Supt. C. A. Hoon, Allene Johnson, and Donald Banta, AVoodrow Peterson, Leota Oesterreicher, and Edithmae Budlong,. pupils, presented a one-act play, AVith the Help of Pierrette, Monday night at Ledyard. Burt and Ledyard pupils also give plays. Spider's Bite Infects Nurse— Marguerite Pannkuk came home Saturday from Mason City, going back Monday. She had been sick several daye from a spider-bite infection. Marguerite is a nurse in training at Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies recently moved Into the house vacated by the Erie Petersons, and the Harold Johnsons have moved into the house the Callies family vacated. Club Studies Iowa Publications- Other Titonka News. Donald Bacon ' entertained the Young People's Bridge club last week Wednesday night at Mark Bacon's, east of town. Attending: Arthur Jay Budlong, 'Phydelis Peterson, Oscar Blanchard, Estella Bonacker, Milton Pendergast, Aletha Schreck, Ethel Wellmeyer. Aletha won the travel prize. The AVoman's 'club met last Thursday evening with Mrs. S. J. de Aeries; Mrs. A. M. Peterson and Mrs. R. C. Ball, leaders. The lesson was Iowa Publications, and roll call was on the unusual habits of birds. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Theodore Dunmtre's, Mrs. C. A. Hoon assisting. Kossuth Legion Auxiliary units are preparing Christmas gifts for veterans' families in the county, and will report the same to the state organization. Edith Reynolds and Myrtle Ama, attending the state teachers college, will come home next week AVednes- day for a two weeks Christmas vacation. The Parent-Teacher association met Monday night at the high school auditorium. Talent from Mason City was expected for the program. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Andrews were at Algona Saturday, and Mrs. Andrews looked after some school work at the county superintendent's office. Mns. S, J. de A r ries entertained her bridge club last week Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. AVolfe Won high; !Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs, low. The Harley Hansens, AA r esley, spent Sunday with Harley'e mother, Mrs. Gus Richter, and his sisters Emma and Alice. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Beed entertained their dinner bridge club Friday night. The Henry Meyers recently moved into the John Emerson house. ADVANCE Vv/AfNlT AD5 VwJLaMM. l»».i.» I mitt Snow Stops Corn Hiiskcrs— The snow and the more recent cold snap have .temporarily stopped corn-husking. Farmers who had finished are lucky. Fewer buskers by the bushel have been used than in former years, partly because the not warrant it, ™rket Family In Portable House— Mr. and 'Mrs. Claude Hain are living in a small house they recently built jn the Herman Dau yard. The 2-room house, though built on the Schools Plan Christmas 'Doings— The *>let. No. 1 echool, where Mary Fraser is teacher, will have a Christmas program on December 23. The Dist. No. 4 school, Gertrude tree and exchange of gifts, and a program is being prepared. Both schools will close for a holiday vacation. Other Union News. Maxlne Kearns enrolled in grade 7 of the Dist. No. 4 echool Tuesday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kearns; and a granddaughter of Mrs. Herman Dau. The family is temporarily living at Dau's, while E. E. works in a Burt banber shop. The Dist. -No. 5 echool, Mary Gisch, teacher, held a program and basket social last Thursday, with a large attendance. Twenty-six baskets averaged more than 50c with the top at $1.90. Lunch was also serbed. AVilliam Leininger and the Frank Shellers, Lotts Creek, were Sunday dinner guests at Rudolph AVill'e. Mr. Leininger is a brother, and Mr. Sheiler a nephew of Mrs. AVill. Gertrude Sage spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. She wae accompanied by Lone Rock friends. LOTTS CREEK AID OFFICERS NAMED AGAIN FOR YEAR Lotts Creek, Dec. 13—The Lutheran Aid met 'Friday with Mrs. Emil Laabe, who was assisted by Mrs. Willlma Fuerstenau. All officers were reelected. Visitors were Mrs. Otto Laabs, Burt; Mrs, Julius Will, Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mrs. William Wetzel. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Martin Meyer's. Nick Genglers Are Honored— A surprise party was given . recently for Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geng- ler'in honor of their wedding anniversary. Attending: the Martin Meyers, the Arthur Rusch family, the Otto Leisnens, the Otto Ruhnkes, AVilliam Meyer, daughter Lorenna; the Herman Zumach, Erelie Ohm, and AA'illiam Rusch Jr. families; and Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Sr., of Whittemore. Daughter for Ben Schmidts— Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt are parents of a girl, born last Thursday. Mrs. Schmidt was formerly Laura Scheppman. Mrs. John Schal- lin is caring for mother and babe, The Schmidts have one other child, also a girl. Oyster Supper at Georg-e AVlnkel's v — An oyster supper was served last week Sunday at George Winkel's to Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Lauck, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert. Baby's Birthday Is Observed— The Otto Leisners and Frank Schuellers were entertained at Arthur Rusch's last week AA 7 ednesday evening:, the occasion Katherine's fourth birthday. Church Holds Annual Meet— The annual meeting was held Sunday at the Lutheran church. The church board met the Friday evening before. Jno. Markgraf Birthday Observed— A surprise party was g-iven in honor of John Markgraf's birthday anniversary at Martin Meyer's last j Thursday evening. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs, Adam Lieb entertained last week Sunday evening in honor -of Ms. Lieb'e birthday. The' Arnold Melnes, the Reinhard LieJw, UNTOLD AGES AGO NATURE •'-i. • ' MADE THIS GOOD COAL Now Science makes It better Grenadier Coal is splendid coal as Nature made it. Firm, blocky, doesn't crumble. Doesn't clinker. Contains less than 3% ash. Over 95% pure heat. Equally good in furnace, stove, range. A true all-purpose fuel. Now;.,modern Science has made this reliable, well-liked coal still better! Improved it with Chemacol. More than a dustless treatment. A secret compound that actually makes the coal burn better. Greatly reduces wasteful smoke and soot—a saving on every ton. Stock up with Grenadier for this winter. You're certain to be highly pleased. Grenadier is a sure end of heating worries. ; An open road to true heating economy. Its price is in tune with today's •*'. budgets. Order now! CUE! i 4 CCNUMCCOMOUOATIM . \\MIILERS CRKK/ Look-far these Tags in the coal itself. GRENADIER/ • GENUINE CONJOIJDATION MIlURt CRH CHEAV\COL Sold and Guaranteed by IN ALGONA; ANDERSON GRAIN & COAL COMPANY In Bancroft; W, A, Murray In Buffalo Center: Buffalo Center Lumber Co. In Galbraith: Kunz Grain Company In Hobarton: Farmers Elevator Company in Ln Verne; Kunz Grain In Wesley; Kunz Grain

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