Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 8
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KOSSttTtt GfttfNTt ABVAKOB.ALQO mm OF LOCK, M AW, 'Burt, Nov. 7—Funeral services tfor William Bierstedt, who died at the Lewis Larsen home last week Tuesday of lockjaw, were held at the Lutheran church Friday after- Lakota and Lediiard Aids In Joint Meeting Nov. 5, Lakota Lakota, NOV. 9—Mrs. Earl Grabau entertained the Methodist Aid at the church last Thursday in- stead'of last week Wednesday, the date toeing changed on account of the funeral of John Estle. Mrs. F\ O. Johnson was to entertain the Aid from Ledyard the same afternoon, so the two hostesses had a ihoon, the Rev. L. Riohmann con- Joint meeting, and SO women at- ducting the service. ... -- _ . Mr. Bierstedt was born April ft 1876, on the Bierstedt homesVead,' where he has farmed the past year. On June 27, 1905, he was married to Barjbara .Meine. To this union six children were born, three of whom survive. After his marriage Mr. Bierstedt farmed for a time near Burt. He was then in the implement 'business at Lone Rock for a time, after which he moved to Dol liver and later to Butterfield, Minn. A year ago he moved back to the home farm near Burt. He is survived by his wife, a daughter Gertrude, who teaches at Anvboy, Minn., and two sons, (Ralph and (Fred, and also by two brothers and tended. Mrs. E. 'R. Worley, president of the local Aid, named com- Bix sisters. Among the relatives attending the funeral were Adolph Miller, a brother-in-law, and his three ^ daughters, of Sutherland. Many Attend McDonald Funeral— Among the out of town relatives Who were there to attend the funeral of little (Perry McDonald last Thursday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gunner Overgaard, Willmar, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cairns, Rice, Minn., Mrs. L. M. Ackert, Minneapolis, Mrs. Milla Dahl, Superior, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Earl iShanor, Mason City, and Malcolm Nelson Fort Dodge. P. T. A. Meeting Tonight— The P. T. A. will meet Thursday, November 9, at the school Jiouse. The program will be as follows: piano duet, by Lucile Sewick and Vera Chipman; "Influence of Books on Character," toy the Rev. S. H. Aten; "Good Books tor Junior High School", Alice Eighme; "Current Literature, Good or Bad," by Esther Hodgson; vocal duet, Mrs. G. E. Brace and Norma iBettin. Girls Piano Class in Kecital— Ruth Hodgson presented her piano pupils in a recital given at her •home on last Friday afternoon. Those taking part were Mary Lee Peters, Betty Bee Christensen Margaret Richmann, Merril Bacon Laurence Chipman, Mary Ann Smith, Ruth Thompson, Dorothy McDonald, and Ruth Reed. A social hour followed. 81st Birthday Remembered— Mrs. Anna Stow has gone to her daughter's, Mrs. Chas. Phelps, near Titonka, where she expects to spend the winter. Sunday Mrs. rielps entertained at a family d'in- J ei ; i n honor of Mrs. Stow's 81st birthday. The J. p. a nd F. O. fctow families were guests- Mrs. Mary McDonald. Mrs. Graham Loses Father- Mrs. J. H. Graham was called to Webster City Thursday by the death of her father, B. F. Wickwire who died at his home, aged 84 Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon. J. H. Graham and Mr. O. H. Graham, of 'Fenton, the funeral and remained mittees for a bazaar to (be held November 21. Mrs. Harry Moe will have charge of devotions at November meetings. North Dnkotans Move Mere— The Edwin Jacotosons, of Kensal, N. D., have moved into the house recently vacated by the Bargars. Edwin is one of the sons of the late'Chris Jacobson, who was a pioneer of this vicinity. He will move later to the farm -now occupied 'by Ahrend Hans. This farm belongs to the Jacobson estate. Mrs. Jacoto- son Sr. lives with a daughter at Minneapolis. Mission Fest is Observed— 'Sunday was Mission Fest day at the local Presbyterian church, and three inspirational services were held, with the Rev .Mr. Laube, of •Dubuque, speaking in the forenoon, the Rev. Mr. Kruse, Woden, in the afternoon, and a play by some of the young folks in the evening. Special music was rendered at each service, and the offering for missions during the day was $100.41. Jns. Bruers 40 Years Wed- All children and families of Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer came home last week Sunday to help the old also folks celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. The children are: Peter Bruer, Lakota; Mrs, Fred Weinberger, (Buffalo Center; Mrs. Court Rippentrop, Pilot Grove, Minn.; Mrs. William Rickleffs Titonka; and Mrs. Harold Madstke, Elmore. Former Lakotan is Sick- Mrs. Schutter, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Bertha Looft, Wesley, is reported seriously ill, having suffered a stroke last fall from which she has not recovered. The late Mr. Schutter owned and for •many years managed the furniture now owned by Mr. party at the church iFriday evening. .Some of the costumes were original. Games furnished /entertainment, and a lunch of 'doughnuts and coffee was served. Boy Hn» Hernia Operation— Maynard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus, Was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center one day last week for an operation for hernia, and is reported recovering. Other Lakota ICews. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. (Pringle, of Knpxville, and her daughter Naomi, parents and sister respectively of Mrs. F. O. Johnson, came (Friday .for a visit, and Saturday, accompanied toy Mrs. Johnson, drove to Minneapolis to visit friends and shop, returning Sunday. The Pringles left for home Monday morning. Mr.?and Mrs. Henry Claussen, of Goodridge, Minn., spent last week with Mrs. Claussen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. OR. Ennen, and other local relatives. Henry is a'son of the late Harvey Claussen, who lived on a farm near Gerled when the (Rock Island railroad ,was built. The A. Q. Smiths, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Olemans, and other friends here attended the funeral of John Estle at Ledyard last week Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Mitchell and Mrs. Emory Smith, both of Lakota, are sisters of John Estle. Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mrs. N. E. Notole, and the "Rev. F. O. Johnson accompanied the iSamuel Warbur- tons, Swea City, to Algona Sunday tended the pageant, fhe Unlighted Gross, at the Algona Congregational church Thursday evening, quite a number of Burt people attended the Sunday services. Among them were the G. J. F. Vogels, Mrs. Geo. Carroll, >i>r. J. O. Clapsaddle, K. J* Smith, and B. W. Brooke. The J. T.' Jieaneys were hosts at ft 7 o'clock dinner last Thursday evening. The (following were guests. The Messrs, and Mesdames L. A. 'and W. W. iBoettcher, Jess Thoreson, M. M. Chipman, C. F. Whalen, OE. E. Schwietert, Mrs. R. S. John, | and Esther Olson. The evening was spent at Ibridge. A good crowd attended the Halloween party given by the Rebekah lodge at the I. O. O. SF. hall Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in playing games and a cafeteria lunch was served at the close of the evening. The G. P. Hawcotts went to Aredale Friday and brought back with afternoon to attend the 75th anniversary celebration at the Congregational church. Guy Beemer got home from them Mrs. Hawcott's mother and sister, Mrs. Bertha Wallace, and Isla. Mrs. Wallace will stay with Mrs. Libbie Treptow for a while. Wilma Slaughter went to .Rodman last Thursday and home her mother, Mrs. Slaughter, who had been „ relatives there since a week ago Sunday. Anna Overgaard, Alice Eighme, Charlotte Warrior, and Condit Bowie stopped on the way home from .Des Moines to Cedar Falls, brought F. visiting where they visited until Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Reynolds returned last Wednesday from Wessington Springs, where she had been called by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Ward. Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles took Malcom (Nelson to his home Thursday and visited till Fri- store here Klooke. S. S. Class, is Entertained— Mrs. A. Q. Smith, assisted by Mrs. E. N. Clemans, entertained the Sunbeam Sunday school class last Thursday. The house was decorated in Halloween colors, and lunch was served to 16 children. Dorothea Clemans and Lorraine Smith entertained the children at games. E. L. Has Masked Party- Twenty young people of the local Epworth League had a masquerade hunting trip to Graham, Mo., Friday night. He reported game plentiful, but the fore part , of last week was too warm for good hunting. The ,Rev. F. O. Johnson went to Garner last week Monday to attend an Algona district conference. The -Rev. Mr. Muhleman was presiding officer. Mrs. J. (H. Warburton was a business visitor at Algona last week Wednesday, and also attended a Farm Bureau meeting a t the Legion hall. The fifth division ^>f the Methodist Aid served a 6:30 o'clock dinner to the Commercial club in the, church dining room last Thursday. iE.' .R. Worley and Earl Grafoau were hunting at Tuttle Lake Saturday, and came home with a good- sized bag of ducks. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith were visitors at E. A'. Howe's,' Bancroft, [Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Winter came home a week ago from a visit with tives at Bellevue. rela- Methodist choir practice was held at Mrs. A. Q. Smith's last week Tuesday evening. went to Sunday. Speaks at State Teachers Meet- There was no school last Friday as the teachers all attended the state teachers meeting at Des Moines. Supt. Weir was on the program at a meeting of school superintendents. Mrs. Weir and the children accompanied him to DeS Moines and visited Mrs. Weir's uncle. Moves to Montana Ranch — Mrs. Paul Manor spent several days last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. She left Sunday .by bus for Montana, where she will join her husband, who has rented a ranch near there. Mrs. Manor has been working at the Algona hotel for some time. . Lutherans Observe Anniversary— The Lutheran church observed the fourth anniversary of the dedi- i^ cation of the church building Bunday. A picnic dinner was served a' noon. Te Rev. Fiene, Letts Creek preached at an afternoon service. 0. E. S. to Meet Tuesday— 'Kossuth chapter No. 201, O. E. S. will meet next Tuesday. There wil (be a cafeteria supper before the meeting at 6:30. Sandwiches anc coffee will be furnished by the serving committee. Girl Runs Pitchfork in Leg— The ten-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Schuyler Bates had the misfortune to run a pitchfork through the Meshy part of her leg last Saturday. Other Burt News. The 'Rev. S. H. Aten family at- day at the Nelson home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son Donald, Lakota, visited from, Thursday to iSunday at the home of Mrs. Kienitz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Allen. Mrs. (F. L. Pratt and daughter Zelpha IRae visited Mrs. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Ouckmanton, at Ellsworth from Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Isenberger, of Decorah, visited Friday and Saturday at the home of Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle and their guest, Mrs. Jessie .Rawley, were Thursday evening dinner guests at the P. F. Kriethe home. lEpworth Leaguers went to Armstrong Monday evening to attend a sub-district League rally, which was being held there. Mr. and Mrs. Art Leason fished at Tuttle Lake last /Friday and brought home their limit ol northern pike. Mr. and Mrs. Di T. Hobson and son Harold visited at the Orlie Hobson home at Fort Dodge Sunday. _ Mildred Schenck,. Minneapolis, visited Friday evening, at the home of her brother, L. H. Schenck. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Wibben was operated on .for appendicitis Monday morning. John McDonald, Peoria, 111., visited Friday and Saturday at the George Carroll home.. Mr. and Mrs. Rolbert Sarchett are the. parents of a son born. Saturday, 'November 4. The C. C. Smiths were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Gtilde home in Bancroft. The Ward McWhorteiisj, AIg,ona. were Sunday dinner guests, at the F. L. Ryerson home. H. Seiler, Algona, was. a Sunday dinner guest at the; Qi. !P, McDonald home. Kossuth County Auxiliary met here Tuesday afternoon, in. the: Legion hall. The Leonard Schmidts,, Corwith,, spent Sunday at the Eaui Moore, home. J. W. Dorrance recently- purchased a new Plymouth, car;. ipiiiiiiuiiiniiiin iiiJiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiNiii I Mail a Want to Fill a Want F3 Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamps, Caih, or Check MUST Accompany Order | CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN | Your Name Address.. | How many *eeksis advertisement to run? _ Amount enclosed $ — must reach Advance by 10 o'clock Tuesday morning to Insure Insertion In SS where. , ^INIIllllllllllillllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH 2P This advertisement is Intended for farmers who Intend to hold a public sale this winter ject.is to provide a form calling for everything the printer will need to make a good bill and ' Interested farmers should clip th'ls advertisement and save it till they need it. When fill out this form and take it to your printer. you are rop [211 pe Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1—It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am farming and move to town." Give your reason here: •__. '„ 2—Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm, northwest of Algona"—say, "Four miles west and one mile, north of Algona") (Do not say ''Fi T ,. 3—Give day and date of saleJ . 4—Give hour when sale is to begin. 6 — What about lunch, if any? __________________ _ _______________________ ; ____ _; _____ 6— How many horses? ---------- Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you haveantj p bart and |No. A I 3rs cl( H hr ed [ca Pr iba iL kte standing horses or teams give particulars B 7 ~ H u°rIbred ny cattl l ? Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, 8—How many hogs? DO "if you did the cattle. ^Tell everything you would want to 1 n miles away who was going l| be the' same anyhow .. 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?_. 11-Which do you want to come firsts-horses, cattle, or hogs? 12-Parm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away 1 13—Miscellaneous 14-See your banker, get the terms, and set them outTe'J How many 16-How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) 16—How large an ad do you want? (The usual size i ''""""' «, ™, t6 ~ The custon »ry order calls for loo i**. x,» * O^e-fourth page)_-,_,_ f Is e consi£ M ^ f ° P the **• But y° u can tt ton iiir "I* a quartOT P»«* »<*• That require. Mttlnr the type ones tot »~«A h X^^,I^ 17—Your name 18— Auctioneer 19— Clerk Burt - Remember that from the north eale la well advertised unieu it «T,. ™ TM^'^MMWni Sundav of KIIRHPM

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