Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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.TAtWAttY 19. 1988. bancfoft, d Lu Verne Lutherans Elect New Officers K089OTH COCNTT ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA •Lu Verne, 17 — held at the church last week Wednesday. Financial reports ot tho treasurer and building Cimd trojimir- i er wcre given, and ofticcrs were n , J<"feUm1. Messrs. were friends theological er, and secretary, respectively. Two Clubs Hear Programs— The Tuesday and clubs met last week Tuesday and Friday afternoons respectively. Florence Hof entertained the Tuesday club, ten members and three visitors ' ': ECtll Jan. I 1 ?—'Funeral ser- Kleln, were held at St. John's "Miurch, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. l^ 01 FJefh officiating. Pall bearers I n 5ert6aunders,l. F. Enges- vZ Klrsch, George Miller, "Murphy and Hugh Walsh. l rial ;« 6 .nmde m St. John's cem- r Klein suffered a stroke a year irtflt Mayi After a week he was to U around, although his right was partly paralyzed. Early , y morning he suffered a. stroke, and died a few min- was born In Water- 1, 1868, and came to ^""county when he waa 12 of 30 he married Anna MJH lliu **o« " . «roi«« "' "' * fcvtTVI , -n-uiiiiuumiL. IVirS. Will ~ •j'*-^«»x..Aj', u,u ivtii^ii lindrel and to them'two sons were Wolto reafl a blographlc drawings will be made for the coun- l rn yelix, who died 17 years ago, | Ben j amln Frank]ln and M w ... ty tournaments. 'Albert, Who Is at •""•"> « |K - -- ie died July W, /' , son he is survived ously wick at his home east of town, wns taken to Rochester Sunday, , where, it was expected, the doctors T -ir -»T Lu YcMle New8 ' Skinner, Irene Swenson, and , attending. The visitors were Esther Frccl Oranam will attend a meeting Merkle, Mrs. Fred Merkle, and Mrs of su P erlntc n<lents and coaches at J. E. Ross, HumiboWt. Mrs. Will Lono ' Rook Saturday, at which . " and "ialed Klein, of Wlnneago nn., Zeltz sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Kerr and t * 15 L Frost, of, Waterloo, Mrs. S« * Jl . __• __ . _ ' Si^^i.,,.* f\Jt*,a Jl'lpBeck, of Eagle Center, Mra. C "r Relmera, of ILake Arthur, Mre. D Keller, of F,enton, and Mrs. Lynch, of Lone Rock. Out-of,n relatives who attended the fun- are MrB. Harry Smith and Godfrey and Ruby Godfrey gave Th e Progressive rook club was en" i musical selections. Tho Progressive tertalned last week Tuesday evening club met with Mrs. Irwin Chapman at Mr - and Mrs. Harold Sorenson'e. Mrs. Ernest Four tables were In play, and Mrs. Archie 'Sanford and Charles Wolf were winners. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dlmler were at Mason City two days last week, Mra. Dlmler's slater there, Mrs. Ger- Arabia, Jennie 11. S. Girls Defeat IVeglej-— The high vschool girls' 'basketball team won, 25-14, in the game aid Herbener, wns recovering from against Wesley Friday night, but an attack of the flu. TV. J. Tayne, Editor. Clinrlos Klnmp, Field Reporter. Wo wcre at the Rev. L. Wittenberg's, I JU Verne, Saturday, and found him teaching a group of children In the basement of the church. The church membership has doubled during his pastorate. At'William Mother's, five south and a mile west o£ Whltte- fihop at Whlttemore Friday we heard Mr. Schattschneider tell of old times in Germany. There were cigars then, but the people had no money with which to buy them. A laborer more, \ ve were shown purebred Yellow Jersey Giant chickens. Some hens the Metzgers have sold weighed as high as ten pounds. ^ Last week Wednesday we were at G. S. filbert's, two miles west of Whlttemore, and Mrs. Elbert showed us Imitation flowers she had made. They were so realistic that we told her all they needed was a little perfume to pass as the real thing. We had a little visit last week Monday with J. A. Stacy, who runs , an oil station four miles south of | Algona on No. 169. He said business was not so bad; also that he rather liked his new location, which Is north of where ho was before. Peter Reding, three miles south of Lotts Creek, was putting hay Into received as wages only $20 to $50 a miles year. Mr. Schattschnelder added that though times are hard here he can still afford an occasional cigar. C. C. Baas, two miles north and four mjles east of Went Bend, has been raising purebred Hampshire hogs 11 years, and now has a few bred sows and gilts for sale. Mr. Baas owns three eighties, and he and two sons do all the work. He and his wife have two other boys and two girls. Mm. Baas was formerly Anna Krohntoerg, whose people .lived, south of Whittemore. Last week Wednesday we were at Herman Haack's, six miles north and a mile west of Whlttemore. He was still In bed from the effects of a fall he suffered last fall, when a scaffolding on a silo broke and he fell to the ground. Herman landed I Tiresfone Tlresfone T?re$fonc January Service Slash! the barn last Thursday when we! on the cement floor on his feet, and called. We noticed some fine white- ! tnls cr ushed some of the bones, and face cattle in the yard. Peter said!"' 8 t)ack also wa s hurt. Casts had „ , . Balaton, c |g 'EngeBser, of aaon, nlghti and next ., J. H. Klein, and Mr*. Eliza- plfty the , rls Qf ' leth Frost, of Waterloo, Mrs. 'Phil of Eagle Center, and the T. P. Kl"n family, of Wlnnebago. luMernukers are Reblred— Directors of the Bancroft Co-op- tative Creamery company met lost t ee k Wednesday afternoon at the farmers & Traders Saving* bank, •nd H. B. Thels and'son F. N. were In hired as buttermakers. In the .^arnery report for Jaat year it hows that 49,016 pounds of milk Las received at the creamery and L 225 pounds of cream. The total lutterfaU -received wan 198,369 . Jbunds. ' There were 2*l,'g27 pounds l ., p . c: !"«f tubter made and the average teat ^f cream was 29.38 while the average Irlce pald'patrons waav22 cents. ;/ forester Parties Craw Crowds— | (Large crowds have been attend- jng C. 0. F. card parties and dances |m Wednesday evenings at the For«ter hall. Last Wednesday evening ards were played at 20 tables. High trlzes In BOO were won by Mrs. Joe Recker-'and-Clarence-Voske; Abridge brlzes by Mre. Charles Baker and Eugene Nurre. Kelley's Kellodlans blayed- for the dance. f. P. Hess Dies at Carroll— •News of the death of J. P. Hees, of arroll, was received here early Sat- Mr. Hess died late He was president Jirday morning. Wday evening. bf the Carroll County Savings bank, la the father of George Hess. ilrs. George Hesa was Mary Bern- |iard before he marriage. Both Mr. i visited in Bancroft often. i State Norse's Tests— I Calllsta Elsbecker, who studied pursing at St. Anthony's hospital in larroll, finished her training last nonth and two weeks ago she took (the state board examinations at Des Koines. She la on a case at St. Anthony's hospital In Carroll now. stateil^lWoodmen Hold Lodge Frolic— play at Goldfield this week Tuesday lant week Monday evening with Irene Qeslhecker. Irene Swenson { won high prize; Mrs. Harold Miller Catholic academy. There will be a j a guest prize. wrestling meet between the locals' Th e elimination declamatory con- and a team from Grant Friday ! test for the senior high contestants night, and all who attend the' wi " 'be held Saturday, January 28. Thursday night game-will be given a check to admit them to the wrestling meet. Hard Times Party Oiyen— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zentncr's home wan the setting for a hard times party Friday nlgbt. The guests were members of the Just for Fun club, 200 In number. The Judges decided that A. L. Jones, T. W. Williams, and J. R. Farrell were tied for honors as worst dressed, but on breaking tho tie Jones won. 'Rook and other games were played, and Mrs. Wm. Green won the high score at Rook. Cemetery Association Meets— Mrs. Fred Wolf was hostess to the cemetery association last Thursday. There was a good attendance, and There are 23 contestants. Dorothy Hanselman has resumed her duties as nurse In training at a Davenport hospital. She had been at home a month. Andrew Hanson left Monday for hie home at Racine, Wis., after an extended stay with his sister, Mrs. Arthur Krause. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ehmke returned Saturday from a visit in Illinois, where -they attended tho funeral of a relative. Mrs.. Clarence Jurgenson, Corwith, spent several days with her , parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf, last week. The W. CB. Masons spent Sunday afternoon at Jas. Zweifel's, Corwith. (Mrs. Zweifel has been sick with tho flu. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Collins, Renthe main business was discussion of! wick, are parents of a son. Mrs. Col- thembandoned lot law which went Una was formerly Margaret Hof. Into effect last July. It was decided to ask each lot owner to submit a •plot of his lot, showing the location of each grave, to'the secretary, Mrs. P. C. Lichty. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. H. C. Allen's on February 9, Pastor Ex-Schoolmate's Guest— The (Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Share, Humboldt, their daughter, and the Rev. Mr. PlckersgiU, Lohrville, and his family were recent dinner guests Mr. and 1 Mrs. Ernest Phillips, of Gait, and a son were Sunday guests at the S. F. Phillips home. Mrs. A.' L. Spoone spent several days last week at Georgo Marty's, Mason City. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meier last week Monday. Mrs. Wm. Ramus Is visiting at Lewis Peterson's, Mason City. (Mr. and Mrs. G. Gaston's baJby has been sick. Swea City Creamery Reports Good Year Swea City, Jan. 17—The Swea! Monday drove to Gilmore City, City creamery hold its annual meet- I where Mr. Winter helped install his all he had. horses. He also raises fine the local boys lost, 19-12. The boys The Entre Nous bridge club met he never Bought cattle, but raised i been removed from his feet only a • ion i— >..., *,- ..... . .. few days before we called, but he was wearing a cast to correct his back. Though laid up he was cheerful. The Swea City creamery, which is We had a short visit Friday with Peter Elbert, three miles north and a mile east of Whittemore. He was smoking summer sausage and re- one of four Kossuth marked that he wished he had hick- which are members of ory wood for the fire. The B creameries the State «-.7 n uuu i.ui nit? iin?, JL ini .CJiDeriB celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary recently. . iLast Thursday we called on A. C. BJustrom, six miles west of Algona on the paving. He was looking after his hogs and said he spent a great deal of his time in that way. We noticed that they showed it. The BJustroms have a good home with a fine Evergreen grove. We note something new in the farm thievery line. 'Near Clarion one night recently parties unknown entered a pasture, shot a. cow, cut its throat, hacked, off' 'a 'hind quarter, arid'drove' away, leaving- the rest : of the carcass for dogs. The thieves could be tracked as far as nearby paving. At the Scha'ttschnelder blacksmith uiuiiu ureajneries association, held its annual meeting a week ago Saturday. R. H. Walker, veteran Swea City dairyman, was reelected to the board. The creamery now owes nothing but $1«00 balance on a refrigerating plant and notwithstanding the unfavorable times In 1932 reduced that item from $2,000. The 1932 gross business was more than $31,000, of which more than $25,00( was returned to patrons. An average of 19.c was 'paid for • butterfat C. B. Thatcher, West Bend, a member of the State (Brand creameries board, spoke at the meeting. There Is.; some ' resentment ,[n •'. Swea ':'•• city dairy circles because Fairmont Rlngsted, and Graettinger farmers creameries try to get business ir Swea City territory. Titonka <Aux> to Sett 800 Poppies in May Titonka, Jan. 17—At a recent January Legion Auxiliary meeting 800 poppies were ordered for sale here on poppy day in May. Antone Sorensen, disabled Irvington veteran, will make all poppies sold in Koe- suth. Size of town considered, Titonka has one of the most active Legion Auxiliaries to be found in Iowa. It is all the time working de- Delma Henderson, Bradford Buffing-ton, Aletha Schreck, Milton Pendergast, Clair Helfner, and Florence Bacon. Some of the smaller children had a skating party at the creek west of town Friday night: Russell and Jean French, Roger Larson, Betty, Dorothy, and Robert Budlong, and Stephen de Vrles. Mrs. ,R. votedly on one project or another. Irene Peterson, membership chair- I bridge club at her home man of the Auxiliary, reports two town last week Tuesday. new members, Johanna Ubben, and Alice Winter, and three renewals. Hlfrh Cream Check IiUt— Cream checks this month Stecker, $139.75; prizes were Mrs. H. C. iCrantz entertained her west of Winning Schweppe, Mrs. Roy Mrs. J. ;F. Fisher, and (Budlong. Victor Beed, Minneapolis, who are: had been here two weeks, taking Chris care of the Beed hardware store •.vniuiiii Hum j-nrnge nuui;— ing last week and the creamery was | father, James Winter,'as worship- jOBmno _ The Woodmen lodge held a frolic found in good condition. Grose bus- | ful master of the Gitmorc City Ma-! Brandt ' *"<>.-2o; Bartlett & Sons, I while Harry was sick, went home |at their clubrooms Thursday evening iness last year amounted to $31,- j sonic lodge. * 104 ' Henr y Gray " ? 82 -2' 5 ; Phelps & Sunday, and over a hundred men attended. 949.67, the patrons being paid $25,he dinner was served by the Hiltz 334/53. The average price was 19.2e. Club Girls Elect Officers— |caf«, and included in the'menu was R. H. Walker was reelected director, j Harrison 4-H club girls met at iSons, '$78.50; George Rippentrop, $76.2'5; Jennie Waneen, $75.25; War- . roast pig. . the home 'Friday evening. T. H. Doocy bought the buttermilk the Simmons home and elected the for the next three months for 5c a following officers: President, Doro- hundred. C. Thatcher, of West tny Christiansen; vice president, , Bend, a director of the Iowa State Lucille Peterson; secretary, Ilo Ed- Erick- urt IVnlsli Party Host— , . 6 . , l° lkS W6re entertalned i brand creameries, spoke. The cream- 1 wards; tPeaBUrer . Harriett ! ner Smidt, $74.25; 'Fred Stecker, i $74.25; E. J. Buss, $73.25; John iKoeetler, $72.75; F. E. Willis, $72.50; I J. B. Pannkuk, $67; C. E. Brown, i $65.25; John A. Harms, $65; Edw. L, lEugenc Nurre and Rosemary Nurre •won the high prizes. JFatliD t FIscli Housekeeper Sick— I Mary Soppe suffered a heart at|tack Sunday and has been 111 In bed. Mary Merrill, R. N., Is coring for her. She 'is housekeeper for Msgr. |J. D. Fisch. | Man Carrier Lald~UpI- ^Tom Garry, local mail carrier, fell 'rlday morning and broke a bone p Ms right ankle, Frank Wolf Is I substituting for him on the I route, Other Bancroft t - . i'llO. ery paid $400 oh its debt for the re- ;fion; historian, Alpha Simmons; his- frigeration plant 'bought a fewjt 01 .j ani Darjene Kesler. years ago, leaving a balance of j • ; $1,600, the only indebtedneea of the i st ore (> >V ner Uses "Mike"— creamery plant. Secretary Knutson c]yc]e Sanborn Saturday formally showed 164,925 Ibs. of butter made, announced hte grocery stor e as a In 1932, of which 10,9995 was sold to . Rlte . Way store . A mlorO phone en- patrons, 19;8S1 sold to stores, and 134,122 shipped. Eastern Star Officers Installed— ,.La»t week Tuesday night the fol- abled Mr. Sanborn to be heard over main street as he announced Jils special prices and prizes. Coffee was .$50.50; M. E. Larson, $50. served all afternoon and evening. son, $61.'50; Strobel iBros., $58.30; George Weigand, $5S.'50; John K. Harms, $58.25; W. H. Grover, $58.25; George Eden, I?8; Carl Watson, $562'5; Herman Franzen. $54.75; Peter Becnken, $54.50; Graham] Bros., $54.25; F. W. Schram, $53.25; Hiram Boeckholt, $51.75; Henry P. Harms, $'51.25; .John Osterman, Virgil Pendergast celebrated a birthday 'Friday evening by entertaining neighbors. ALGONA DOCTOR TO SPEAK BEFORE UNION M.-P, CLUB ' Eastern Btar8: Worthy matron, M«. R> A ' Bravender; worthy patron ' T ' Other Swea City. The Richard Bergs, with Mr. and Union Twp., Jan. 17—Dr. M. G. Bourne, Algona, will discuss The Immunization of Disease before the Mothers & Daughters club at a meeting January 26, when Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algona, will be hostess. Doctor Bourne's mother, Mrs. W. J. There was a skating party at the .Bourne, is a member of the club, creek northwest of town Friday j Tne program for a meeting last Skaters In Picnic at Creek— mal1 F. Mitchell; associate matron, Mrs.! Mrs. S. Warburton, attended .the' n! Sht. Taking part: Edithmae Bud- Thursday, when Mesdames Nan Bena Peterson; associate patron, G. j Rural Letter Carrier's meeting ati ] ™S, Mildred, Fern, and Harold * ' __ .. Ti^«n*itr* T^n tViv>1Tn o Tl A TH7n<V\llH D. Curtis; secretary, J. Iva Moats; treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Johnson; oondustress,;Mrs. Tillie Curtis; asso- the Schenck home week Tuesday. near Burt last it - . . j ™ i UU11UUJ3LI COCJ| R4IJ.1 O. A *»|1W •*-- «» t»»» | v**j«»v- iMfh i the ' r ° lub Tuesda >' evening elate conductress, Mrs, Beth John- led t« h ° me ' ^ nd card8 were P lay - son; Adah, Bernice Vaughn; 'Ruth, ami IT u tables - Mrs - Otto Vaske^lrs. Opal My re; Esther, Mra. Rose "!!V 0h . nVaake won the high prizes Mitchell; Martha, Mra. Kathryn ose Va6ke and Louise Hanson; Electa, Mrs. Lucy Hewitt; South Cresco ds Marjorle Maasdam, Rutland, won the low prizes. Mr. and j chaplain, Mrs Rena Haglund; mar-i visiting the iDouglas Wildin's. tto Vaske entertained, thlslghal, Mrs. Leona Chrtetianson; or- Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Parks •Monday evening at their home, i ganlst, Mrs. Lois Winter; warder, turned last Thursday from two days ° 'Mrs. Mae Rohlln; sentinel, C. O. \ at Cedar Rapids. _ *«^J' CVBJJJI ine Henry Dyer of spent Sunday here with the M. Henry * M The . •Dye™ / W ° men are Bls ters. storf'.v. L edyard, have a grocery ohl' 1 ? 6 ' M ' J " •• *"«»top at St. Johns church and school here. Mr ana M ° f Whittemore, ,„ Bancroft with friends. dinner p - card party and Joe *! ffh schOD1 - Algona and " who Mrs - and the The I !*• at at r Grace, spent iter City with They ;e. week- Beck - A« Peterson. Mra. Mae Rohlln was Installing officer, Mrs. Mary Moats, marshal, and Alice Johnson organist. School Attracts Crowd— The adult night school last week was well attended. The men studied the practices necessary for producing higher quality cream, and many good suggestions were given. Floyd Johnston, a feeding expert of the Iowa extension service, talked on feeding cattle for milk production. The women studied vitamins, an outline being given to each woman prese.nt. The next meeting will be a joint meeting of men and women, and they will study feeding hens for winter ess production and selection of laying hens. Thursday Club looks to 2083— The Thursday club met at Elmer Myre'e last week. Mrs. R. A. Bravender and Mrs. A. Christiansen had charge of the program. Mrs. Bravender told of the many ways in which the moving pictures have helped the world. Mrs. Christian- eon's subject was "100 Years Hence." Alsonft Is Defeated 80-11— Swea City's high school team defeated Algona's high school team here Saturday nighf 30-11. Bancroft and Swea's second team played a preliminary gome at the same time,' Swea winnnig 20-9. -The Cardinals played the iBrlcelyn independents a week ago Monday and won 46-14, FatfceiTa8~W. M.— Winter, Wm. poole, and JO. Seylor, with Wm. Denton and Wopd, ol Titonka, a week ago The Victor Applegates, Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter were guests last Thursday at O. L. Miller's. A kitchen and pantry shower will be given this week Thursday by Mesdames F. S. Geigel and George Hackman at the latter'e home for Arlene Stewart. Mesdames E. C. Potter and O. S. Moore went to their sister Mrs. A. E. Spear's, near (Fairmont, Friday, returning Sunday. A neighborhood card club had a 6:30 covered-dish supper Friday at A. E. Clayton's. Attending: E. C. Potter, AMn Stedman, Dick Kadn, Florence Black, Mr. and Mrs. >Femley Runchey, the William Runcheye, and the Douglas Wildins. •William and Robert Runchey were at Newell Saturday and visited their brother Ellis there. Guests Sunday at O. L. Miller's were Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mdller, son Dolph, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, and Kenneth Gregson, Algona, and -Lendall and MiU> Gregson, East Moline, 111. Mrs. IL. E. Potter returned Monday night to the Mrs. Alta Stiles home, Charles City, after three weeks among children here and with Algona friends. Marjorle Maasdam, Rutland, Is visiting at Douglas Wildin's. Three girls have been born here in the last week or so: one to Mr, and Mrs. Edw. Besch a week ago Saturday, first daughter among eix children; one last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. John Erpeldlng, who have one other girl and two fooys; and one the same day to Mr. and Mrs. William Shealer, who have one other girl a.nd a Boa. •>• Krantz, Kathryn and Wilbur Schram, Margaret and Donald Cal- lles, Leota Oesterreicher, 'Lewis and Vern Bacon, Arlo Larson, Nell Slack, Arthur Askln, Donald Wood, William Kennedy. A fire was 'built, and welners and marshmallows were roasted. Janice Bonacker Has Operation— The William Boykens were at Mason City Saturday and called on Janice Bonacker, who has. been critically sick In a hospital there. She Ward and Veeta Sarchet were hostesses, was: piano, Mrs. Clara Thompson; roll call; club song; and two papers—Is being an only child a handicap? Mrs. Luella Schenck, and Adjusting Ourselves to Our Environment, Mrs. Angle Stoutenberg. A social hour, with tray lunch, followed adjournment. Chaug-e In H, S. p. Chairman— (Mrs. Mary Sarchet has been appointed Rural Schools day chairman to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. Lulu Elston, Burt, was improving then, but It has| wno was appo i n ted last summer, since been reported that she is. Mrs . Barchet and her sister-in-law, worse. Mr. Bonacker, also sick, is being cared for at the same hospital. Later: Janice was operated on Monday morning. Eleanor IntermUl 16; Party- Eleanor Intermill celebrated her 16th birthday last week Wednesday evening. Attending: Mildred and Harold Krantz, Neil Slack, Kathryn Schram, Donald Banta, Loraine and Woodrow Peterson, 'Ruth Stott, Barbara Bajl, and Arlo Larson. The entertainment was rook. Harold Krantz won the high prize; Neil Slack, low. Wesley Wins B. B. Game— A basketball game was played between Titonka and Wesley at Wes.- ley last Thursday night, and Weeley vfon. Going from here were Barbara Ball, Helen Beed, and Lois Heifner. The Titonka town team played Britt (Friday night at Britt, Britt winning, 27-16. Independents Lose Two Games— iLast Thursday night the independent B. B. team met Ledyard and Rake on the local floor. Ledyard defeated, the -Indians 47-£7, and the locals also, 1/ost to Rak,e, 28-16. Standard Oil Station Change — Henry (Butler, Eetherville, formerly Titonka, recently took over the Standard' -Oil station. John Swanson is former .operator. . Other 'f JtoBka Ethel "W>lbn«jl.er gave a bridge party 'it HJ C. ' e,ye»toir, Mrs. Bertha Sarphet, served as cochairmen of a similar committee a few years ago. Mrs. Ethel Smith has been appointed to represent Dist. No. 1. Other members are Don Moore, Arthur Crulkshank, and Mesdames Carz-ie Bourne, Nan Ward, Julia Taylor, and Myrtle Sorenson. The chairman called a meeting for this week Tuesday. Shower for Lotts Creek Bride—Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph Will, daughter Martha, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rich, daughter Ruth, and son Walter were at Lotts Creek Sunday evening, attending a shower given by Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Leininger, honoring their daughter Clara, who was married earlier in the day to Rudolph Tletz at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. One hundred guests attended, and late in the evening a lunch was served. The bride is a niece of Mrs. Will. Former Union Girl Mother — 'Friends here have received announcement of the birth of a daughter, Sally Joan, to Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Griffith, Glendale, Calif. Mrs. Griffith is a former Union, township girl, Irene Hofius, who went west a few years ago and completed a nurse's training course in a California hospital. Thie is the first child. Mrs. Griffith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hofius, are both dead. ]tf. & J), Club Secretary— (Mrs. Bertha SarcUet has temporarily resigned as Mothers ^ Daub- ters cluib secretary, and Mrs. Julia PAGE 8BVBM Taylor, assistant, is doing- the work, with Mrs. Ada Hofius as substitute assistant. Mrs. Sarchet is recovering from the effects of teeth extraction. Other Union News. Mrs. David McCray, Rapid City, S. D., and her daughter Mary Elizabeth, spent last week Monday with the former's cousin, Mrs. Frank Ho- flus. Mrs. McCray motored here for the day from Mallard, where her parents live. Iluth and Mary Lee, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, spent the flrat work in January with their ,aunt, Mrs. Frank Hofius. The girls were having a vacation from school. Mrs. W. C. Nelson will entertain the Good (Hope Aid this Week Thursday, Mrs. Don Moore! assisting. The weather early in the week wns miM and foggy like early fall rather than winter weather. The Iludolph Wills entertained tha John Carlsons, Algona, at dlnnef. Sunday. A. _ ^g c/'Sc vienuine ALEHITE Alemhe-ing Costs No More Than Ordinary Greasing To give you more for your money, and to keep us at work, we are offering you some NEW LOW PRICES | Giving quality material and expert workmanship Alemite-ing and change oil. A complete, satisfactory job with 5 quarts of oil . . (LIMITED TIME ONLY) " ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™ ->B ^^^^^^ — .-,;-TJ-. New Packaged Oil try^t. A^Two^Gallon Can of bright dj -j stock paraffine base oil. ONLY . . Satisfaction or your money back. PAINT UP — Stop that rust. It pays to take care of your car. Keep it looking like new. Special Price $8.00 For fender and wheel painting during month of January. See us now, or phone 856. « 99 i One Stop Service | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiin P=IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH C AUCTION Having decided to quit farming I will hold a closing out sale at the farm three and one-half miles north of Burt and three and one-half miles south of Bancroft, on Wednesday, January 25 S SALE TO BEGIN AT 12:80 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GROUND Six Head of Horses One black mare, 15 yrs. old, wt. 1700; 1 black mare 11 yrs. old, wt. 1700- black gelding 8 yrs. old, wt. 1800; black mare, 8 yrs. old, wt. 1700; gray mare 15 vrs old, wt. 1100; bay mare 14 yrs. old, wt. 1100. ' =ss Nineteen Head of Cattle fresh Boon; 4 - ya -° ia Six feeding shoats, wt. 200 Ibs. 270 chickens. These are mostly pullets. Some White Rocks and R J. Reds. Farm Machinery, Etc. 8-ft.McCormick binder, in good shape; 2-row John Deere 20-ft Rock Island disc; 3-section drag; Emerson drag cart; cultivator, in good shape; John Deere corn planter, 999, about 180 rds. wire; 2 John Deere 16-in. plows- 16-in walking plow; McCormick 6-ft. mower; 10-ft. h.ay rake, Minnesota; Litchfield spreader 2 single-row cultivators, low-wheel wagon and box; steel wheel wagon, new triple box; steel wheel wagon and rack; 2 brooder houses, 6x8; bob sled: Fairbanks- M ?™e J. l - 2 hoi : se ' ™* t n oil > alm °st new; pump jack; endgate seeder; fanning mill, Chpper; about 200 bu. corn in crib; some tame hay in blrn; De I^Val cream separator No. 17, good as new; radio, Marico 5-tube, all new batteries; heating stove; 9x12 linoleum rug; dresser; 6. kitchen chairs; oil stove; 8-gal. milk can- 5-gal milk can; 55-gal. barrel; 5-gal. oil barrel, 1-hole corn shelier, InSraaW^S sets back pad harness; 49-in. chicken wire; 29 steel posts; 80 rds : barb wire, used . , B «aaS* MS: Cash ' n ° propert y to be rempved wtil settled for. s Henry Ven Steenberge COL, C. 0. 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