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PAGE TWO KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA HOW DO YOU HANDLE YOUR CLOCK? With proper care the life of the ordinary clock can be extended In, definitely. It is not generally realized that the position ot the clock Is an Important consideration. If it .elands on a mantelpiece, table, or other 'base, care must be taken that .the support be firm and free from Vibration. In many modern city houses vibrations can be attributed tto the passing of trains, by heavy traffic or by machinery in the basements o£ buildings. There is often a certain position on tho walls which is especially subject to such vibrations. In selecting a poeitlor Jor a valuable clock, it will be wol •to consult one's jeweler to Insure •the beet results. When a clock Js set up It should toe as free as possible from any dis- 1 hirl>ance. In the regular cleaning •of the room, care should be taken aiot to disturb the clock by knocking it or jarring it in any way. A care- Jess housemaid may move the clock Bo that It will he thrown slightly out at balance, with unfortunate results ito its time-keeping qualities. A clock should be wound slowly at regular intervals. In inserting the key to ivind it care should be taken not to Jar tho clock or move it however Slightly from its accustomed position. It is a good plan to have all the clocks in one's home examined at regular intervals by a competent clock maker, who will clean them when necessary and anticipate a •possible breakage. Most clock owners allow their timepieces to run along 1 for years without the slightest attention, -until they actually break flown from wear and tear. With ^proper attention a good, modern *lock should last for years, and become a valued and dependable heirloom. We have a fine line of Seth Thomas clocks and are offering them at a 25 per cent reduction. F, W, WEHLER & CO, Jewelers and Optometrists. : 3Ptae Watch and Jewelry Repairing. PHONE 240 MRS, F, L, TRIBON Will hold a sale at her home Saturday January 14 9 a. m. This sale consists of two dozen all wool sweaters at 49 cents. Ladies' and children's aprons at 29c. Embroideries at 5 cents a yard. Rayon crepes and wash goods at 29 cents a yard. Eight pieces of all colors, radium silk at 19 cents a yard. Extra fine printed silk crepes at 59 cents a yard. A few of those good silk dresses left. A lot of wash goods at a very cheap price. This stock of goods comes from. Chrischilles & Herbst TUN€ IN TO-DAY Dance Bands as You Like Them Sponsored by the boys that know how. MISBACH HALL Andy Tretter and His Band January 14 lied Wilson and His Rhythm Kings January 18 Hay Keys and His footers January 23 Al Menke and His Gang January 30 Curley Mudscn and His Orchestra February 7 Hear them over WMT Waterloo. Public Generally Invited Go where the crowd goes. BASKETBALL ACADEMY V8 Emmetsburg Friday, 13th Aduiissiun 25 & 10 aoninnoannno Stndciit Jfurso Hag Operation— Rosella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Higgins, who is a student nurse at Sioux City, was the sub- WHITTEMORE CREAMERY HAS ANNUAL MEET Whlttemore, Jan. 10—The creamery held its annual meeting Saturday at tho moving-picture hall, and It wns largely attended, 78 votes being cost. The creamery has 267 patrons. A good-sized number of farmers milk more than 20 cows each The creamery vecevied 1,3S3,334 Ibs of cream in 1932 and sold 487,770 Ibs of butter. R. A. Bartlett is manager. A feature of the meeting wns a cream-scoring contest, with Car Wester, Amos, as judge; first prize, a cream can, was won by William Fandel, who was only four points off, and second went to Arthiu Hehnke, who was eight points off. Mr. Hclmke won a 2V4-lb. box of cheese. Third prize, a pound of butter, was won by Louis Balgeman, who was It points off. R. D. Storwlck, manager of the state brand company at Mason City, spoke on its work and value. Mr. Bartlett spoko on various subjects and among other things said he wanted patrons to cooperate with him to make all dealings satisfactory. August Vaudt was re-elected president, and Kdw. Youngwlrth succeeded Jos. Eisele on the boad. Messrs. Vaudt and Youngwirth provided cigars for the crowd and Mr. Bartlett served coffee and doughnuts.' Other officers are: Peter Kollasch, vice president; M. W. Fandel, secretary- treasurer; directors—Jos. Loebach and Herman Meyer. Town Flronicu Jfame Officers—The firemen held their annual meeting Friday evening and elected officers: Frank Elbert, re-elected chief; Arthur Heldenwlth, assistant; Dr. H. E. Woodward, foreman; Alfred Simon, secretary; Oscar Schattschneider, treasurer. Former Supervisor In Vlstt— Henry Thompson, Los Angeles, who has for a month or two been visiting Algona-Burt relatives, called on old friends here last week Tuesday. (He lived here many years and for two or more terms was a member of the board of supervisors. Fenton Pair 25 Yours Wed— 'Mrs. Aurelia Ohm was a Sunday evening dinner guest at a surprise for Mr. and Mrs, John Schallin at William Boettcher's, Fenton, the occasion being the Schallin's 25th wedding anniversary. lect of Friday. an appendicitis operation Her mother was with her. Lawrence 3reyer 19; Party— 'Friends gathered Friday evening at George Meyer's to help the son Lawrence celebrate his 19th birth- Jay. An out-of-town guest Lester SBaae, "West Bend. was \lrlmrts Observe Sliver Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Savage spent Friday evening at Mrs. Savage's brother's, Clyde Airhart'e, the occas- on being the Alrharts' 25th wedding anniversary. Lutheran Y. P. S. Plans Party— The Lutheran Y. P. S. held its irst meeting this year last Thurs- lay evening at the Lutheran school- louse. A eocial evening January 19 was planned. Oakdale Patient Has Operation— lary Alma OlBrien, who had ibeen at Oakdale for some tmie, underwent an operation 'Saturday at Iowa City for appendicitis. Brother of Good Hope Women Passes in West Good Hope, Jan. 10—'Word came se/vlce of worship at Good Hope. A Tuesday morning of the death at I feature of the'Sunday school closing the Olive View Sanitarium, San Fernando, Cnllf., of Alex Nelson, ibroth- er of Mesdames Henry and Otto Engstrom. Mr. Nelson had suffered many months with tuberculosis and complications, and it had been known for some time that his chances for recovery were remote. He wns foi' a period a traveling salesman out of Sioux City, and a num- exerclsee was a playlet, Christmas Adv.lce, presented by Florence an<i James Dodds, Betty Turner, ant: Elaine Engstrom. The subject of next Sunday's sermon Is "Happenings on Straight Street." Pnciimonla Patients Improving— Shirley Ann, daughter of Mr. and reco - . ,,a e oeHng toer of the people o this community pneumonta . La ' test information had become acquainted with him . „ ,„... ™_. ,„ »„„. t .» ,„ acquainted during his visits among relatives here. Mrs. Engstrom visited her brother at Olive View some months ago, and a brother was with him at Christmas time. from Herbert Engstrom Is that -he is considerably improved. Other Good Hope. (Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ellls, x daughter Patricia Ann, with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hall and eon Gilbert, all of Spirit 'Lake, were guests at William Treptow's Sunday. Mrs. Ellis and her daughter went home after a week with the Treptows. Martha and Esther Madson returned to the Goo-d Hope community Sunday, following two weeks with the home "folks at Eagle Grove. Esther Is at W. C. Nelson's; Martha at the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. M. Schoolman, on the old Palmer farm, are parents of a boy, born Saturday. Mrs. W. J. Bourne Is confined to Last Sunday saw most of the j bed with tonellltls and kindred trou- seats at the church occupied for tho;bles. Public Dinner Jfext Tuesday- Mr, nncl Mrs. Tom Reid, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.' Verne Gross, and W. I. Dodds met at the parsonage Sunday evening, the men as a committee on the annual men's dinner at the church Tuesday evening, January 17, the women as advisers. It will be a fried chicken dinner at a nominal charge, and the public ds invited. Serving will begin at 6:30 and continue until all ( are served. S. S. Pupils Give Playlet- he hospital Friday and was taken o his home near Swea City. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder Wieken. He had his appendix removed a week ago. Richard 'Nem- mes, who was operated on at the Devine office last week Tuesday evening, was moved to the hospital ast Thursday, as he was not doing as well as had been expected. Glenn rlall, Ledyard, is a patient at the hospital, having had his appendix •emoved last week Monday. lurd Party ai>4 Daucc— A large crowd attended a C. O. F. card party and dance at the Fores- er hall last week Wednesday even- ng. Mrs. John Williams and W. J. iVelp, Fort Dodge, won high at )ridge; Mrs, P. A. "Lonergan and Dr. R. E. Weber, low. At 500 Mrs. ohn Brink and Clarence Vaske won ligh; Mrs. Leo Bernhard and J. W. Schiltz, low. Kelley's Kellodians, of Elbert Dray Lino Quits— The Elberts have discontinued their dray line, hut will truck'.grain and 'livestock. Walter is the driver. Other Whittemore News. The Arthur Mathers, Rolfe, were Killers last Thursday at Archie and Carl Voight Sr.'s. Mrs. Mather and Archie are sister and brother, and are children of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sr. OPERATIONS ARE NUMEROUS AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Jan. 10 — The Wohnke hospital reports a number of patents. Evelyn, 12, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Arthur O'Connor, west of Iwea City, had an appendicitis oper- tion Friday. Dr. J. A. Devine was assisted by Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Alg-ona. Vernon, 10, son of Mr. and lire. Peter Godferson, had a second Deration the same day. He had een operated,on a week ago Friday for appendicitis, and last Thursday evening he suffered a hemorrhage in his side. Doctor Cretzmeyer ilso assisted Doctor Devine with his operation. Bobby Wieken left ter a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider, and Mrs. Blanch Beckner, manager of .the local telephone office. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Beckner and her daughter Grace visited at Algona. John McGuire, Algona, and Frank McGuIre, Bancroft, were at Mankato Friday and purchased cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGuire, Algona, visited at the Frank McGuire'e Friday afternoon. •Gladys Stebritz has returned to Mason City, where she attends the Hamilton business college. She had spent two weeks here with her mother and at Lone Rock with a grandmother. Jacob Wolfe,.vnlghtwatchman, recently suffered a fall on his way down town and cracked two ribs on his left side. This, however, did not keep him from .being on the job, as usual. (Mrs. Kate Bolster was called to Waterloo Friday by word that her son James had pneumonia. His sta- ter, Mrs. Lucille O'Neil, R. N., of Williams, was caring for him. (Mrs. William Sudmeier, Bloomington, Wis., left Monday for home, af- OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED BY BURT LODGES Burt, Jan. 10—The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs held joint installation after a Refoekah meeting: last Thursday evening; Mr. Thomas, Tltohkaj district deputy grand master, and Mrs. 'Lillian Sheldon, district deputy president, with their teams, installed the offices. The new .1. O. O. P. officers are: Rev. J. (E. Clifton, N. Q.; M. J. Trunkhlll, V, G.; C. S. Chipman, secretary; .J. P. Stow, treasurer; J. P. Trunkhlll, R. S.; (L. Mellza, L. S.; ;E. O. Chlpman, .warden; J. H. Graham, chaplain; C. - O. Riddle, I. G. The Rebekah offclers are: Dorothy Steward, N. G.; Mrs. C. L. Hold- Ing, V. G.; Mrs. G. E. Brace, secretary; Mrs. I. W. (Hanson, .treasurer; Lottie Haweott, warden; Mi's. John Hennlngs, conductor; Amber Mann, I. G.; Lulu Haweott, O. G.; Mrs. Lillian Sheldoni R. S. to 'N. G.; Edna Staley, L. S. .to N. G.; Selina Clifton, 'R. S. to V. G.; Esther Bahling, L. S. to V. G.; Mrs. C. B. Chlpman, chaplain; Mrs. G. P. Haweott, musician. • Officers were installed by the Masons last Thursday evennlg: G. P. Hawcott, "W. M.; Merle Richards, S. W.; J. E. Clifton, secretary; C. C. Smith, treasurer; A. M. Gustafson, J. W.;,H. V. Jones, S. D.; Ray Dremmel, J. D.; R, H. Thompson, S. S.; J. P. Trunkhlll, J. S. her brother Anton. Maurice Wieken, Elmore, and G. 'Malmin, Blue Earth, were guests last Thursday evening of A. H. Fuchs. Mr. Wieken ie editor of the Elmore Eye. Dr. a-nd Airs. Karl Hoffman entertained Anita Rose and Betty Kohlhaas, Algona girls, five days last week. They went home Saturday. Bertha Lampe, R, N., left last week "Wednesday for Kansas City to care for a nephew who had pneumonia. Mattie Winkel returned Saturday from North Dakota, where she had spent three months with a brother. Mr. and Mrs. O. Sturdevant, Lakota, visited last Thursday evening at A. H. Foth's. Mrs. Charles Skilling and her two daughters returned to their home at "Wlndom, Minn., Friday, after two weeks with the former's parents, Britt, furnished music. Card parties Mr. and. Mrs. M. A, Saundeli.. and dances are held every AVednes- day night. Droessler Nephew Loses Eye — Edward Droessler, son John, Mrs. (Barbara Fritzler, and her eon Eugene returned Friday from Sebeka, Minn., where they had .been called by news of an accident In which Arthur Kadow figured. While he was fixing his car it exploded and •blew out his left eye. Arthur is a nephew of Mr. Droessler 'brother o£ Mrs. Fritzler. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ebert's mother, Mre. Ernest Neuman, Algona, who has been bedfast four years with rheumatism. A. Waechter, Gilmore City, son- n-law of -P. J. Dahlhauser, has returned from Louisiana, where he helped the Dahlhausers get settled n a new home. Mrs;. Herman Meyer has been eick with the flu. Mary Gappa is at work again in a Fenton store, after having been at home a, week or so with the flu'. Mrs. Timothy O'Brien taught the third and fourth grades at the academy last week. She taught at Bancroft before her marriage. Teacher Behnke has returned to his duties at Webster City, after a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. August Schatt- echneider spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. Ferdinand Heise, Easton, Minn. The Arthur Balmers, Dolllver, spent last week and the week before with Mr.s. Balmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine. Selma, daughter of the William Meyers, came home Sunday, after two weeks at her brother Martin Meyer's, Garner. The skating rink will hereafter be open only on Saturday, and and evenings. The Theodore Baas family, Stor- den, Minn.,'went home last week Wednesday, after ten days here and at Fairville. Catherine Gengler, R. N., of Estherville. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gengler, last week. Betty Jean, daughter of Editor and Miw. R. L. Burdine, suffered a .severe attack of the flu last week. Merrill Rawson Sr., Eagle Grove, spent la.st Thursday here. Formerly he operated the local Ford garage. A girl was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. William Schuller, who now have two girls and a boy. A dance at the Academy hall drew a large crowd Friday evening. The Vern Winters band played. The Harold Kueckere, Algona, visited Sunday evening at the George Balgeman's, south of town. Nick Garber, Whyming, N. D., has teen visiting his sister, Mrs. Tom Weir. Beulah Larson, Burt, is visiting the R. A. Bartletts. Thursday, Friday, Sunday afternoons 79, But Overcomes Operation — Mrs. Dell Barslou, Swea City, spent Friday here with her mother, Mrs. Wade O'Dell, who had a. cancel- removed from her breast recently. Mrs. O'Dell, who is 79, is recovering I The W. C. O. F. will meet this week Wednesday afternoon at Forester hall. the Aged Burt Pltnecr Sick— Mrs. L. E. Town, Balaton, Minn., arrived Saturday to visit the parents of her first huefoand, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. (Pratt, both of whom lave been seriously sick. Mrs. Pratt s somewhat better, but Mr. Pratt te still in poor, condition. Legionnaires CHv e Stag Party— The (Legion boys entertained the business men and others who donated to a junior baeeabll fund last summer at the 'Legion hall Monday evening. Oyster stew waa served, and cards were played. Senator Patterson at ' Des ' Molnes—Sen. Geo. W. Pattenson Is now at Des Molnes, attending the legislative session. Irwin B. Erfo, Lake Mills, ie caring^for the farm work. He is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Patterson. Naumans Hav e New Daughter— A daughter, was iborn Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nauman at Henry Dacken's home. Mrs. Nauman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dacken. Wrestlers Lose to E. G.— Eagle Grove's high school wresting team came here for a match Friday evening, and defeated the locals, 30%-6%. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge enter- :alned at a card, party .Friday even- ng. Attending: Messrs, and Mesdames C. E. Sglsbee, 'L. A. Boettcher, J. G. McDonald, H. Ewoldt, P. W. Kollasch, Charles Scott, R. S. John, W. L. iStott. and Albert Granzow, Algona, and Mrs. Maude Janna. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus, rfrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, and Mrs. J. H. Graham went to Eagle Grove last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of W, W- Huston. Mr. Huston, a railroad man, was located here a few years ago. The P. T. A. meets this week Thursday night at the schoolhouse; program: trumpet solo, Edwin Flynn Hunt's. Tom Tamen, Lakota, was a busi- I Thomp- ness visitor here Friday afternoon. P. A. Lonergan visited his father at Mason City last Thursday. The mission met at Mrs. Rlngs- dorf's iFrlday afternoon. Sooth Cresco Paul Miller Is slowly recovering from pneumonia. Jos. Weydert was at Rochester i. Sadie Serr, Kennebec, S. D., a little daughter arrived Sunday to visit Mrs. Serr's sister, Mrs. J. G. McDonald. They came with a Mr. Vogel, who went on to Prairie du Chlen, Wis., to get his wife. •Edward Bartlett and his son 'Louis j have been sick with the flu. D. F. | Slaughter is out again, after having 'been laid up with it several 86TH BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED WITH FAMILY GATHERING Union Twp., 'Jan. 10—Mrs. Joseph (LeinlngW Sr., who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Will, wae 86 Sunday, and to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Will, assisted by their daughters Martha and Alice, entertained 14 relatives and other friends at an afternoon ."500" party. The guests were. Mr. and (Mrs. Albert Shaller and Mr. and Mrs. John Melne, of Whlttemore; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Leiningei; and William Lelnlnger, of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward: and Mrs. Chris Alt, son Elmer, and Mr. and Mrs. .William Rich,'daughter Ruth, Union. The Mesdames Slmller, Melne, and Will, and Messrs, Joseph and William Lelninger are daughters and sons respectively of the honoree, who lived many years in lLotts Creek township. Much of the time' filnce the death of her 'husband a few years ago, she has lived with the Wills. iLate In the afternoon a two- course lunch was served iby the hostess. Weather Jfov 'and Tear «Ago— The mild weather during the first part of January this year Is a great contrast to January a year ago. Now farmers are experiencing no difficulty In making trips to town, even though they must travel tilde roads. A year ago farmers off""the main roads were almost marooned on their own farms. Then only the most necessary tripe were made in sleds, or, if Iby auto, they perhaps got stuck a.time, or two in mud un-' derneath the snow. Some are now enjoying the pleasant prevailing weather with never a care for those who are saying, "We'll pay for this later." , Sickness in Many Families- Much illness'Is prevalent In the township. Some families are still recovering from the "flu" or ite after-effects. A reliable authority has stated that this epidemic of influenza is a result of the depression— general lowered bodily , jesistance due to lack of a proper diet and Increasing unemployment. The farm folk ..hesitate to claim unemployment, but many find it difficult to supply health-building fresh fruits and vegetables during the winter months. ^^^_^^^^ t Some Farmers Husking Corn— A few farmers are still husking corn. The .recent mild weather makes corn-husking- and other outside work possible. Ledyard rapidly. She is a great lover of | last week, and went through the flowers, and last week her son Raymond, Denver, sent her 52 white and pink carnations. leo Taken from Sand Pit— Eighteen men were employed last week by A. A. Droeesler at putting up ice. Two ice-houses were filled with more than 200 tons of ice taken from the Union Slough pit, six miles east of town. It was hauled to town by six large trucks. The Ice is of good quality, 14 inches thick. Sickness In Ten Families— Some Bancrofters eick with the flu last week were Annamarie Doose, airs. A. A. Droessler, Viggo Chrlstensen, Mrs. Theo. Nemmers, Jos. Wilhelmi, Mike Droessler, Mrs. John Haupert, the Leo Saunders family, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth, and Mrs. Alfred Ditsworth. 2-Yeur-Oia Marriage Revealed— The marriage of Cecil Robinson and Tillie Johnson, Thompson, was announced Saturday. The event took place at Racine, Wis., December 24, 1930. They have moved into the McCowein house. Woodmen Have Party Tonight— The Woodmen held a special meeting Friday evening and planned a frolic at their hall this week Thursday evening. Creamery In Annual Meet— The creamery held its annual meeting Saturday afternoon at the bank. Other Bancroft News. The W. J. Welps returned to their home at Fort Dodge last Thursday, after three days at the M. A. Saunders and Mrs. J. H. Welp Sr. homes. Mru. W. J. Welp is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders, and W. J. is the elde.st eon of Mrs. J. H. Welp, The two W. J. Welp boys visited at 'Humboldt while their parents were hero. Laura Lein and Mary and Arthur Merrill spent laat week Tuesday at Hollandale with the Lee Klockes. 01 rs. Klocke is a sister of Mary and Arthur. Bobble Klocke came here with the Bancroft party to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. N J Merrill. Mrs. Margaret McClure, of Fort Dodge, and her daughter Lillian spent last Thursday'and Friday with Mayo clinic. Mrs. 'B. H. Potter, Algona, spent 5Ionday with Mrs. J. M. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton visited their children at Mason City last week Wednesday. 51r. and Mrs. George Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jollisse, of Ottosen, visited Sunday at G. W. Brown's. Mi-. Brown Is still confined to the house, and 51rs. Brown last week. H. A. Thompson has been sick several days. 5Ir. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings took Lynn Ward, 14-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ward, to his home at Buffalo Center Saturday. The child had been here since August for medical care. Mrs. Robert Hayward, Chicago, and Mrs. Will Gorman, Wesley, and her children left Sunday for their respective homes, after several weeks with their father, W. D. Kearns. Mrs. Al Staehle returned Sunday from Mitchell, S. D., her former remains about the same. The son • "home, where she had spent two Ralph recently went to Marshall- | weeks with her daughter, Mrs. H L town and Friday brought his wife, Sauerman. , Leonard Gramenz recently came Mrs. Roy "Lln-x slipped and fell on the ice in their dooryard last week Tuesday, and injured her arm. Dr. Devine took several x-ray pictures, •but no bones were broken. She is unable to do her work. L. W. Weimer and son Bill Saturday evening drove to Ames, where Mrs. Weimer has been the last week helping care for her mother, Mrs. (Mary Tillmoney, who is seriously ill wi'th pneumonia. The iLedyard Independents and an alumni girls' team went to Armstrong to play basketball Friday night. The girls won 49-18 but the men .lost a close game 19-17. The W. F. M. S. meets this week Friday with Mrs. George Thompson. .Supt. A. E. ILauritzen was ill with the flu last week Tuesday and unable to attend to school duties. The Methodist Aid met at Mrs. Lauritzen's last .Thursday afternoon. Mesdames Yahnke and Mayer were assistant hostesses. • , The Woden town team played the Independents here last week Tuesday, and the locals won 38-32. The Wm. Garrys have all (been ill the past week and under Dr. Sorn- mer's care. Mrs. Chas. Gable has beei| assisting with work, , Mrs. Henry Dyer is ill and under Doctor Devlne's care. Mrs. Horan is assisting with the work. The 'Ralph Olsone returned from Ellsworth last week Tuesday, after having spent the holidays there. Mrs. Otto (Baumann and little baby returned to her home ait Blue Earth Sunday, having been at the parental Fred Baumann home the last three weeks. J. W. Hall, old resident here, died at his home in Webster City a week ago Monday at the age of 77. Funeral services were held laet Wednesday, and burial was made here beside the grave of his wife. At one time Mr. Hall was a well-known who had vieited a sister there several weeks. The August Harigs, St. Benedict, spent Sunday with the daughter, Mrs. L. E. Martin. The Mothers and Daughters club is scheduled for a party the evening of January 20 at F. L. Miller's. 'Leonard iBrown, Boone, writes that he has been at Little Rock, Ark., working for a portrait company, but will soon leave for points In Georgia. John Simon Sr. has been having a carbuncle on his neck. He, Mrs. Simon, the son John, Ray Brown, and ' improved" 5Irs. L. -E. Martin have been sick from Shenburn, Minn., for a short visit with his' sister, Mrs. W. H. Steward, and from here he went to Silvis, 111. The Birthday Cicle met last Thursday with Mrs. Aurllla Coffin. Mrs. J. T. Heaney was hostess to the Fortnightly club last week Wednesday. Gretchen MoFarland, high school daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McFarland, has been critically eick with pneumonia, but is now slightly with the flu. The latter was brought home last week Wednesday from St. Benedict, where she cared for her mother, Mrs. A. Harig. -*KOSSUTH RESIDENT HALF CENTURYTELLS OF VISITS On December 21 John Falrburn wrote the following letter to the Advance from Sawyer, N. D.: "I came to Kossuth in 1SSO and lived in the county 50 years, more than 45 years at Whittemore. Two years ago I left to visit my daughter, Mrs. IS. G. Parsons, Chc<kio, Minn., with whom I remained more than a year. "Since then I have traveled many hundreds of miles to see relatives and old friends. I have made visits in Montana and at Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle, and other points. I have 22 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, and have visited ^nost of them for the first time. I will be 82 January 6, 1933, and am still in good health. "I have learned of the passing of Mm. J. H. Graham went to Webster City Saturday for a week with her parents, who are in poor health. Her son Allan took her down. Harold Marlow, Redfield, S. D., arrived last week Wednesday to visit his cousin, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, and other Burt relatives. The Tom Trenarys were Sunday dinner guests at Floyd Duncan's in honor of Eldon Duncan's fourth birthday. Mrs. Augusta Kinney was called to Iowa City Monday by news of the death of a brother. The American Legion will give a dance in the Legion hall this week Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. George St. John, of Algona, visited Sunday at Dr. R. H. Thompson's. , G. W. Bleich and Albert Manus were at Des Moines last Thursday and Friday. The-H. W, Trainers have moved their household goods to W. T. and fotbiperonfi farmer here, owning the farm now occupied by Alibert WeSfi' in '1912 he, retired and moved to Webster City, ( where hd has since resided, The William wenzells spent last week Wednesday at [Belmond. Mr. Canary became the permanent Northwestern depot agent Jan* uary 2. The previous substitute agent Is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boschara Visited at Fort Dodge from lost week Wednesday to Sunday, Arlene Jones, of -Livermore, vte- ited her" sister, Miss Jones, primary teacher, Thursday and Friday, and Friday they both went to Boone to alttend 'the funeral of their grandfather, a Mr. Jennings, who died last week Wednesday night. An Official board meeting of J iMethodtet church will be held t] week Friday evening at Leon Vf den's. Mrs. J. C). underkofler, of Br oiid Thomas were 1 here Saturday. Roy Marquis and ( Clyde Boys took a •truck load of potatoes to p 0 [ Dodge last Thursday. The Chester Johnsons enter-taina the J?eter Johnsons, the Ed Haivor, sons, 'and Adelaide 'Randall Sunday Mr. and Mrs. LJ. A. Nltz spent th week-end In Eldora. Conrad Gable left Sunday for Molnes, where he plans to stay u« til spring. Semester teste were given ], Thursday and Friday. Thursday and Friday, January 12 and 13 WHEELER AND WOOLSEY in Hold 'Em In Jail" Five great scream Stars in one great prison RIOT The all-American halfwits break out of the padded cell to die for "Dear Old Jail". Matinee Thursday, 2s 80 p. m. Saturday, January 14 "NIGHT CLUB LADY" —with— ADOLPH MENJOU MINA METHAT She lived while the world slept—and while it played—at the mystic hour of twelve—? See what happened to "The Night Club Lady." Second episode "Hurricane Express", a new type of serial. Matinee 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday, January 15 "and 16 LEE TRA;CY and XUPE VALEZ in "HALF NAKED TRUTH" A million candle-power romance loaded with laughs! Based.upon the actual confessions of a theatrical press agent, as recorded in the book, "Phantom Fame," by David Freedman. Matinees Sunday, 1 and 3 p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17 and 18 EDWARD 6. ROBINSON BEBE DANIELS in "SILVER DOLLAR" The picture Liberty Magazine gave four stars. Our land—our people—in drama that will echo down the ages. Matinees Tuesday, 2:30 p. m. Car load of dry Bundled Just Received F. S. Norton & Son LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS ;; PHONE 521 ALGONA, IOWA The Lee Olsone, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests a,t R. g. John's. The Sewing Circle met last MV nr<A Tlt.^, -\T T. T r. --*.--, ~ ••-, — v.. .»i a v-uv«3 ilKJl jaHt XnUlS- Mi. and Mrs. M. De- L. Parsons, and day afternoon at Mrs. C H Schra- I wish you would send copies order's. your paper containing their pbltuar- Mrs. otto Tletz Is sick with rheu- matisni. Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Iowa State Bank AL60NA, IOWA At the close of business Dec. 31,1932 RESOURCES CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT— United States Government Bonds ________ $605 919 68 Municipal and State Bonds and Stock ___ 45,700.'oO Cash and due from Banks IMPROV 18 $98n KT> s« f! 1 BANKING HOME, FURNITURE AND PIXTUREs"~I"I_ 21, 500.00 $ 1,378,751.30 LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS UNDIVIDED PROFITS DEPOSITS , $ 50,000.00 , „ ___ 50,000,00 14,489.98 — ~ 1,264,261.32 ' $ 1,378,751.30 Cash, United States, State and Municipal Bonds and Stocks $980,672,86 On .the basis of the abpye statement we solicit your business United states Depository. *"«»»»»***»».•

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