YE! Bay NG'S Let quality along with [ M g-Half or whole • p for Easter M n cooked Hams are i gave labor, and you l t make a mistake in [ring. it with Ham this year id of Easter eggs. • up-to-date fruit and .display will please. .,rJ MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY WE BUY EGGS WOMAN'S CLUB, BURT, STUDIES IOWA HISTORY Burt, Apr. 11— The Woman's dub net Monday evening at Mrs. .1. w. Dorrance's; Lulu Ilawcott, assist- ng hostess. The profirum, which was on American Politics and Iowa History, follows: roll call, Interesting Facts About Iowa; paper, What I Should Know Aiioul Politics, Mrs. G. J. P. Vogcl; What. Others Say About Citizenship, Myrtle Hanna; Story of the Indian Chief Slack Hawk, and White Tide Breaks in 1833, Mrs. n. H. Thompson; book review, Black Soil, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson. Mite Box Opening Is Held— The Woman's Homo Missionary society held its annual Mite Box opening at the church Saturday af- .erhoon. The program consisted of a violin solo by Dorothy 'Brooks; )lay, How Aunt Susan Joined the Missionary Society, Ellen Volen- ine, Oriole Brooks, Florence Stow, Vera Chapman, Norma Bettin; Mrs. L. H. Steven and Mrs. J. G. Se- wlok, duet. Mrs. Faul, Tltonka, MING IWDER val-6fficient HE PRICE 42YEARS AGO 25 ounces tor 254 LIONS OF POUNDS USED 9YOUR GOVERNMENT ISC Sharpening AND .OW WORK [am prepared to give you 1 service at a right price. | Old Reliable Blacksmith jeo. Hansen [West of Courthouse.' Rich, satisfying v»r and lota •t It, That't what TW always get tathii BETTER H" •. . that to •r it always Hyrtobuylt. Spfflli [• KOSSUTH COTTNTY ADVANCE At/l/WA S V* f*( WOMEN AND MAIDENS 4-HTR AINING W()men t.omlf!t| socoml-ycar was a guest; she is the president. district I'rcsbyterfnns In Annual Meet— The Presbyterian church held its annual church meeting last week Reports of organizations were given, and officers were reelected. Dr. R. H. Thompson was elected trustee to fill the unoxpired term of the late W. B. Pratt. Portland Club will Meet— The Portland Progress club will meet next week Thursday at Mrs. F. A, Ringsdorf's; Mrs. Wyott Stott, Mrs. Leo Brayton, Mrs. Clyde Bristow, Mrs. Amelia Rike, Iwisl and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, all of La- Mrs. F. G. Torine, county Bailor cavp tho 4 H ; ;-'"""" tto ° member, Armstrong; r,rn !a ,, nK \ p ^ ctUl \,^ | Mary Mes^r club coverings. It is the |-—~ >viim.imi, of ovory club girl to make at I , lllprv „ ,„,_ ^ the leader, and Thirty club girls, leaders, ricnds met the next day at ciiiiir seat, a footstool top, a piano COVCT, a pillow lop, a wall hanging, or Homn similar article. At, UK; Hchoolhousc at Uancroft Monday, seven dubs were represented by the following 2fi leaders, •i-H filrls, and 4-H helpers: Mrs. C. Schnucker, Titonka; Grace Slcper, loader of German Golden Gloo club, Buffalo Center; Vei-Rlo Kardoes, Mao Barton, club KiHs, Buffalo Center; Sena Tja- (lon, club girl, Titonka; Anna Ab- has, club girl, Lakota; Rosemary Murphy, club girl, Bancroft; Beada Kollaseh, assistant leader, Burt; Rao Koestler, helper, <Burt; Mar- Jorie Simmons, club girl, Swea City. Mrs. T. F. Johnson, leader, Harrison Healthy Hustlers; Harriet Poolo, assistant leader, Swea City; Ho Edwards, Helen Poole, Alpha Simmons, club girls at Swea City; Mary Jane Lewis, Lakota; Irene Zielske, assistant loader, Lakota; Mrs. Julia Wortman, Emma Gutknecht, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mrs. '.... h i u ,i nan, juKima, as tonows: Mrs. A. R. Godtredaen, club leader, Burt; Mrs. George Hackman, Irvington; Mrs. Gustav Berninghaus, leader, West Bend; Edna Thomann, club girl, West Bend; Mrs. Leslie Huff, Algona; Mary Kent, assistant leader, Wesley; Mrs. j. M. Patterson, county committee member, Mrs. Ida Walker, Alfiona; Mrs. Lewis Kent, Wesley; Mrs. A. R. Gardner, Mrs. William Fitzgerald, Mrs. V. W. Cone, Mrs. Jacob Winkel, all of Algona. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, leader, Mrs. Arthur Krause, both of Fenton; Mrs. L. Gisch, leader, Algona; Letha Mann, Lucille Watson, club girls at Burt; Leona Berninghaus, Mildred Fuchsen, club gdrls at West Bencl;Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Lone Rock; Ella Dreyer, Lorena Dreyer, club girls at Fenton; Phyllis Studer, club girl, Wesley; Elsie Willrett, 'Algona; Mrs. J. H. Collins, West Bend ; Mrs. C. Benschoter, Algona; Mrs. E. R. Morrison, Mrs. M. J. Pool, and Mrs. D. P. Smith, Algona. Irvington Church Has Annual Meeting Sunday Irvington, Apr. 11—A fair-sized congregation attended church ser, . e, „,„„„ „ , . and Mrs. R. A. Blelch, assisting! VA1U L S S "" day m ° rn ng ' The Rev hostesses I A ' En BHsh preached a Psalm Sun- jday sermon. After the sermon the Atcn Serves ns Moderator— | annual business meeting was held. The Rev. S. H. Aten goes to Al- ! Reports were read from the soci- gona this week Tuesday evening to | eties an(I a 'l departments of the moderate at the annual church church. All old officers were re- meeting of the Algona Presbyter- O 'ected. They are M. L. Roney, su- lan church, in the absence of a] porintendent; Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, regular pastor. | assistant; Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, i secretary-treasurer; trustees, M. L. Two Birthdays Are Observed— Roney, Frank Ditsworth, and Earl The Carl Bahlings wore Su'ndaj Miller. dinner guests at Perry Fielding's.' The dinner was in honor of the; SfllcIc on Waslied-Out Grade- birthdays of Mr. Bahling and Mr. i Tlle r - w - Loos . Webster City, Fielding. wore visitors at Ralph Lee's Sunday. Mr. Lee, not knowing the Chicken Dinner foV Quarter— condition of the road west of, Irv- The Aid will hold its annual '• iiiRton, attempted to get to the Easter dinner at the church this; Ralph Lee's that way. He got week Friday. The women will i stuck just west of the small serve a chicken dinner at only 25c.| bridge, but help soon arrived. After the car was pushed out he was Patterson Home for Wcek-End— Sen. Ceo. W. Patterson came up from Des Moines Saturday and spent the week-end at home. Other Burt News. Irma Davison returned to her school work at Sioux Rapids last nhlc to go on by careful driving. There is a sign at the top of the Irvington hill to shut out traffic, but it is at one side so Robert Spurgeon and the William Rut- ledges, who live at the bottom of the hill, can pass. Work has not yet started to repair the Thursday, after having been at| w hj c h was badly washed out home nearly two weeks during the high water. Illness and death of her mother. The Frank Davisons returned to grade, by To Ketum to Illinois- John Mcllhattin, of Illinois, brother of Mrs. Sam Reaper, who has been with them for several weeks, plans to return home, but will again return here and spend the summer with .the Reapers. Mr. Her daughter and little grand- j and Mrs. Sam Reaper are still with daughters brought her home and | their son Charles, where they went their home at Iowa City Wednesday. Mrs. Gertie Thompson, who had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Girton, Oskaloosa, returned to her home here Friday. remained over the week-end. W. J. Davison, his sister, Mrs. Scott Allen, daughter, Mrs. Edna Bradford, and her daughter Carol were dinner guets Saturday at the C. 'L. Phelps home. Ther had supper and spent the evening at William Ringsdorf's. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge visited the' Walter Gardners at 'East Chain, Minn., Sunday. The Misses Warner, Whitney, Anderson, and Elghme, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle were Sunday dinner guests cas ° when Mr. Reaper .became 111 several weeks ago. • Error Is Corrected— The Item in last week's Advance stating that Mrs. J. B. Roblson plans to go to Chicago this summer and. attend the world's if air and also visit her son, was an error. It is Mrs. Mary Smith, who Is now with relatives in Genoa, Ohio, who plans to attend the fair and visit her son, Earl Humlong, In Chl- at P. F. Kriethe's. •Mrs. W. F. Main visited Friday FEE. END ti fw the «** 5 ^hllU |} | months of Atlantic Monthly at her daughter Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle's. She came up with another daughter, Mrs. E. L. Weldner and the latter's son, who attended the Sarchet sale. Mrs. Scott Allen, Cameron, Wis., who was called here to attend the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. J. Davison, is spending a couple of weeks at the Davison home and with other Burt relatives. Mrs. J. T. Heaney went to Kiester, Minn., Friday and brought back Mr. Heaney's mother, Mrs. Tom Heaney, who visited here till Sunday, when the Heaneys took he'r home. Edna Butterfield, who was called here by the death of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Davison, returned to her school duties at Mitchell, S. D., last w the of your read- the "M, ""* com Panion- tae C h a ,. m that haye *"• (mentioni ng this ad) JJoston W "^ T V W W "a .POST Thursday. The G. C. Aliens, the Clifford Holdings, and Mrs. Scott Allen, Cameron, Wis., visited at the Elmer Kienitz home, Lakota, Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Riebhoff, who had Seeding Starts on A few farmers here started seed- Ing last week. Those on the lower land will not begin till late this week or early next week, depending on the weather. Sfnr Program Scheduled— The program to be given by the Star class, twice postponed because of bad roads, is scheduled for this Wednesday evening. Irvfntfton News. Myron and Andrew Baker, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker, Algona, were Sunday guests of Mr. Crouch. The Baker boys are nephews of the late Frank Shackelford, and attended his funeral services at the cemetery here. Mrs. Henry Lofing, Mason City, is spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean. Her daughter Jeanne has been at McLean's for several weeks. Nobel Crouch recently started working at Earl Miller's. Alva Spurgeon, who had been working No Garden, No Support, In Wright County In Wrlg-ht county the poor fund slogan of the hoard of supervisors this year will he, "No Burden, no money." The Clarion, Monitor quotes the following resolution adopted recently by the hoard: "He It resolved by the hoard of supervisors of Wright county, I»wu, that whereas, the Wright county Emergency committee has sponsored garden clubs in the various cities and towns in Wright counly, lown, and whereas, anyone willing to work can ohtain a plot of ground for garden purposes from the said relief committee; "Jfow, therefore, be it resolved by the board of supervisors of Wright county, Iowa, that no able-bodied person shall receive any aid from the poor fund of this county unless such person, shall make application to the garden club in Ids community and raise a garden during the summer months of the year of 1933." FARM NEWS >V. J. Payne, Editor' C. H. Klnnip, Field Reporter. Paul Palmer now lives south of he'fair grounds,)across the road! rom Nels J. Mitchell's. He is as nuch interested in horses as ever, nd will have his 5-year-old, 1900- b. Percheron stallion on the road his year. He still has the founda- ion mare he bought seven years go, also the colts we mentioned ast year. One of these colts will o two years old May 14, and the ther was two years old Marcr 30. 'he May 14 colt is out of the oundation mare by the young stal- ion, which is also her colt. Paul as a nice bunch of Shorthorn cat- le and plenty of young stock. The >igs,were coming along in the warm barn, with good litters. With plenty of timber to break the wind and good pasture, the farm makes a. first-class livestock farm. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Robinson are }ack on their farm, after spending he winter in Burlingame, Kans. Their daughter, Mrs. Raleigh Pick- ird, and her husband, who cared "or the farm through the winter, have moved to a farm a little way north. Mrs. Robinson looks to be n robust health; however, Mr. Robinson was suffering from a cold when we called Saturday, and remained in bed. * » * * While we were talking with Robert Loss about the "new deal" staged by the president, he said, "People expect Mr. Roosevelt to do too much for them all at once." Though tie did not say it, we know that Robert is one of those hardworking fellows who does not expect Roosevelt or anyone else to do things for him. He depends on Robert Loss to be his chief 'helper and goes right ahead farming as efficiently as he can, * * * * At George Scuffham's, a half mile east and three-fourths of a mile south of Irvington, Saturday we inspected the new son James, five months old, a bright boy. The family had company, the Leo Hansens, Ames, Mrs. Hansen bding a. sister of Mrs. Scuffham. The Hansens had come for the week-end. George is feeding 48 whiteface steers, and they weigh an average 1300 Ibs. He farms 240 acres, and does his work alone. He has fed most of his corn, and he remarked that he would need to buy some. * * « » The Lou Boleneus family, one- half mile south of the Doan church, has lived on a 160-acre farm . 20 years. The son Robert drives " to Algona to attend high school. This is a distance of 14 miles each way, and he has missed but one day in two school years, which was the recent morning of the heavy snow. Another pupil rides Avith him, Wilbert Steven, who lives three- fourths of a mile from Sexton. Wilbert has not missed even a day, for he managed to get to Algona at the time of the snowstorm. * » • • We were at Mrs. Margaret Lang's, 2% miles west and five miles north of Wesley, Friday. She moved to this farm March 'l, and her son Lawrence • Is doing the work. He was hauling fertilizer, and' said he would have plenty of work, for he is only 17 and there are 120 acres in the farm. They milk seven cows. A daughter, Rose Mary, is going to school at Bancroft, and Dennis and Patricia go to a country school. Mrs. Lung said she had lived near or at Bancroft since she was nine years old. The late John Bowyer was her uncle. * * * * We had a short visit last week Monday with W. A. Stoutenburg, 1% miles.south and two miles east of Lone Rock. He has lived on this farm 33 years except seven years he spent at Algona. At present 24 Guernsey cows are "being milked. A carload of hogs was ahout to be shipped. The son-in-law, Harold In the first ten days of April '158 V. Jones, who formerly lived across hunting and fishing licenses were the road, has moved one-half mile issued at County Recorder Dooley's west. The two families have been' office. The new licenses are small- farming in partnership. The Jones- er than fche old ones and are print- es have adopted a little "boy, now, ed on both sides of the card. Fish- 18 months old. ing parties tor bullheads have al- * * » * ready been reported., The regular Last Thursday we found Mike High Water at Ti tonka Makes Burial Prcblem Referring' to the funernl of Miss Ehe Ifruns, whose death wits reported In last week's Ti- J'nli'i column In flic Advance, Hie Tltonkn Topic gffldi lac flood witters iiinde it a serious problem to reach Hie heriiinn township cemetery, wliere Interment \vns made. The >mly wns <nl.en froni the Lu- 1 n" ,°, hl , lr , cl1 ' Ml*"*", fts tor n* the Jtalnbow bridge in the licitrse, nnd then was carried across on a temporary plank foot bridge. Friends were wait- >t\K with curs and took the mourners to within a mile of the cemetery, where another trans- tcr was made to waiting horse- drawn wagons, and the last mile wits made |> y team. "Stretches of this road were completed under water, and travel was hard and slow." if I™, ° n the inside - The hay- sling had broken some of the cross pieces and he was putting up new >> rac . es so the slings W ould P nTt strike them. Mike once bought an automobile from ug . He is a good farmer His sister keeps house tor mm. He keeps some fine horses. * * * * Hans Presthus, three miles east artd two miles south of Bancroft could b e e n e eeUlnS al ° n(r M * e " " left hand badly cut in a buzz saw He said the wound was not Accident Victim Returns to Work Ethel Lindsay, Renwick high school teacher who was .badly hurt in an automobile accident in which two of her pupils were killed, recently left a hospital at Fort Dodge and returned to Renwick, where she hoped to resume teaching soon. Miss Lindsay had accompanied .pupils to Algona to have a class picture taken, and the accident occurred on the way back, near home, when the driver of. their car failed to slow down for a turn in the road. The driver, a girl, and a boy were killed. «. 158 Buy Licenses To Hunt and Fish omifv, i~»" "'" farm, one mue south and four miles west of Bancroft, last week Monday the men had started to fan their seed oats and had arranged it so the oats would run down out of the bin ™fn mil -l\. They were turning the mill with electric motor, which saved a lot of work. Mr. Bernard was one of the men who unknowingly .bought stolen cars at Fair mont. » * • « E. H. Cushman, five miles east or Bancroft, was cleaning oats for seed last Thursday. He farms 240 acres. This is one of the farms owned iby Herman Wirtjes, La kota, who owns more than 1 000 acres of Kossuth land and also i has a .farnu in . Minnesota. Mrs i Cushman is Mr. Wirtjes' daughter They have lived on this farm 11 years. They raise good stock. At present they are milking 20 cows They have shorthorns, also some Belgian horses, of which they .have ten head. Mr. Cushman had more than 100 young .pigs and they were doing fine. They came some time before the snow and had a gooc start. The Cushman family consist of three boys and two girls. Burt Boy Married At Ventura, Calif. Burt, Apr. 11—Mr. and, Mrs. C. C. Smith have received news of the marriage of their son Carver to Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fitch, Ventura, Calif. The ceremony took place at the Ventura Methodist church Sunday, April 9, at 1 o'clock. The newlyweds went to San Francisco for a wedding trip, after which they will be at home in Ventura, where Mr. Smith is-with the Brooks Clothing Co. Mr. Smith has been Jn California three and one-half years. Movies to Depict Farming in Iowa Whittemore, Apr. 11—A Mr. Bernstein is making motion pictures of activities on a typical Iowa farm to take to New York to show friends. He says: "The pictures will interest them, for they have never seen what a real farm is like. About the only genuine farm people they've seen ar.e • in movie comedies and aren't true to life." Mr. (Bernstein is visiting the Foxsens. fishing season does not open May 15. till Hoffan, four miles east and two miles south of Bancroft, repairing spent the winter at the home of a at M iu er ' S> has gone to John Schu- son at Eagle Grove, has returned | macher i S( near Bancroft. The Missionary society will meet next week Friday afternoon. Those to her home here. •Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham and Mr, and Mrs. August Strom, Algona, visited the women's sister at Ruthven Sunday. Fred Lavrenz and H. D. Smith completed a large new inclosed porch at the William Ringsdorf home Monday. Clara Schwietert, Dolllver teacher, and Ruth Webb, Rolfe, visited Sunday at W. H. Schwietert's. The 'D. L. McDonalds went to Wilimar, Minn., Saturday to visit Mrs. McDonald's parents. Mrs. Gordon Hunt, Titonka, visited her sister, Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, last week Wednesday. Lauretta and Beulah Larson and Lorena Peterson were Mason City visitors Saturday. Lulu Hawcott spent the weekend at Mason City with her cousin, Selina Clifton. The Fortnightly club will meet with Mrs. 0. F. Whalen this week Wednesday. The Home Guards will hold a candy sale at Smith's store Saturday evening. W. T. Trainer went to Wilimar, Minn., last Thursday to visit his son Estel. A small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel is sick with scarlet fever. Mr.' and Mrs. N. I. Morness visited the 0,. A, Sandstoes at Elinore Sunday. Mrs. H. W. Manus spent Friday tbfl Cartes Morris home, Lone attending will furnih a covered- dish and sandwiches. Aid will meet this Thursday at the church annex. The meeting will be held all day, and the time, spent in sewing. Phyllis Maxwell has been seriously ill for several days with intestinal flu. She is still in bed. Mrs. Armour Lemkee will entertain the Friendly club next week Wednesday afternoon. The Albert Schraders, Burt, spent Friday at V. J. Schichtl's. Bancroft Mrs. R. .J. Kunz and three sons, of Mason City, spent Saturday here 'with her friend Annamarie Doose. Mrs Jacob Kockler and two sons, of Swea City, spent Wednesday at Mrs. John Kockler's. Lena Bergman went to Algona Wednesday to visit several days with Mrs. Amy Johnson. Steve Underkofler, of Buffalo Center, is assisting in the Carmean drug store this week. Mrs Carl Dahlhauser, of Algona, spent Thursday in Bancroft with friends- HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH youi mailing list ana save you the es- ppnse and drudgery of typing. O«i addresses cannot be tpld from typewriting.—Advance. . ?6M BABY CHICKS - THOUSANDS WEEKLY Rocks, Reds, Wyandottes, Orpingtons, R, I. Whites, 100, $4.90; 1,000, $48.00. White Leghorns, 100, $4,75; 1,000, $45.00. Tilmer Thompson ELMORE, MINN. PHONE 117 Titonka Farm is Sold. Titonka, Apr. 11—_U auction at the Ward Austin farm northwest of town, formerly the Wheeler place, all property, including the farm, was sold. The 40 acres of land was bid in by Harm Buokholtz. The Austins will move to Canada, where they formerly lived. BUY ONE- GET Home Remedies, Toiletries, Rubber Goods, Stationery, Candy and Drug Store Sundries AT HALF PRICE! A* H. Borchardt Drugs and Jewelry CAUTION! Some iodized salts don't contain enough iodine to prevent simple goiter. Avoid then by demanding a salt with this seal I * *HeaUI< ittartmtnt tcsti of various iodiud taltt shaved some to be so locking «'» iodine that Ouy vxre worthies] as goiter fraenlhes (Journal of American Medical Association, Dec. IS, 19SI). WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS ATTENTION FARMERS AND POULTRYMEN We have a complete line of the FAMOUS VICTOR FEEDS AKD CHICK BLiSH Special prices this week. . Buy before the market advances. Phone 308. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Office at M. & St .L. Tracks. Chick Feed STARTER and IS Growing Mash—JT_] We are again offering at our mill THE-ALL- FEED BABY CHICK MASH with which we have had so much succesjs the last four years. In keeping .with our policyjwe are mixing only quality mill feeds including Cod Liver Oil, Dried Buttermilk and Oat Meal. The Price is Right iOnly $1 40 per cwt. E, R, Rising Feed'Mill C, & N. W. Track, Algona \! 1 imp _ IPS PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them over to us for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge, on any printing problems you have. C0*tt»ff> Dress Up Your Dining Room For Easter [j We are showing a new line of Dining Room Fur| mture at the most reasonable pricesleverjheard of! NoV is the time to buy Furniture You cannot make a better investment Foster 1 5 *_ •f? . '
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