Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE3 TWO KOSSUTH COtTNTY ADVANCE. ALGOKA, IOWA THURSDAY, Stewart Green, Born in Kossuth in 1861, Dies of Stroke EX-IRVINGTON FARMER DIES IN MINNESOTA Irvington, Feb. 27 — Stewart Green, 73, passed away at his liome Lotts Creek, Feb. 27^Mr. anc Mrs. 'Herman Hintz gave a 500 par ty last week Tuesday evening, the occasion being their tenth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Hint? are parents of two girls, Marion and Carolina. Attending the party •February 16.1 were: Mrs. Mary Mittag, daughter mu u lcu nuu. uuc effects of a Adella, Verlina loerger, Teachei stroke suffered two weeks before. 'Kehmer, all o£ Fenton; Mr. ant ..,..,.. Mrs. Louis Hintz. Mrs. Max Bast TtTSi«jino 1 on t»tri/»«e AtmT*O llOl/1rTlOTr\lM. _ '-- - Lotts Creek Pair Observe 10th Wedding Anniversary Bt Starbuck, Minn He died from the Funeral services were held the following Tuesday at Starbuck. Mr. Green left his wife, daughter Arlene, all of Algona, the Arthur Kressins, the Williait mi. ween icxi, u .o „...<;, five Fuerstenaus, the H. F. Mittags 'daughters, and one son. The girls, ; Fr j tz Meyer, the Virgil Zweifels •who were all married after the -the Edw. Ohms, the A. A. Kadings family left this community, ate the John and Maurice Wallaces, the ii,,,™,™ 1,01.0 „„!„ ,i,,r thoii- T^nuipn , Fred Boettchers, the Martin Meyers, the Ben Schmidts, the W. H Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, daughters Selma and Elma, of Fenton; Harold Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward iHaclabarbh, daughter (known here only by their maiden names, (Hazel, Edith, Evelyn, Geneva, and Clara. Flossie, eldest, died at ten years of age. Ted, only son, is at home. Mr. Green also left one sister. *Tti t vj i wx-i» inow i^j.w unu w*u w. ( aiLUt J3U tv <xi u. 'iT.ti«_.i\ju«.i viif uuugiiLCi iA.lice Duryea, of this vicinity, andlmcille, Union township; and Mr. reported in a critical condition. Baker is Dead— lainment. Mrs. Edwin Lieb won the ™a,n Baker is Dead- ^£°^^^^ *£%& of^ d*u5er?Mrs: d Ef^S Ule tM -ent^eorge Winkel. at Kanawha, late last week. Fun- Schultzes Are 10 Years Wed eral services were held there this •week Monday. Mr. Baker died of diabetes foot, after having been bedfast from the malady for over with Mrs. for many years They are: William, South Dakota; Mrs. McXish, Kanawha; Jessie, Belah, Wash.; George, Lincoln, Neb.; Mark, Des Moines; and Mrs. Archie Ames, Kanawha. Mrs. Mae Barrel, the eldest daughter, is dead. Mrs. Baker died about three years iago. The Bakers formerly owned ithe farm where Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sparks lived until they recently moved to Hobarton. Farewell for Mrs. Butt erf ield— ^ The Aid society met last Thurs- buy afici'iiooii al the'church parlor. There was a large attendance. During the afternoon Mrs. A. Butterfield was presented with a picture, a gift of the society. Mrs. Butterfield has been a faithful member of the society for many years. She is moving with her family 'March 1 to a farm northwest of Algona. Mrs. Martin Becker, a newer member, ttias also been presented with a picture. She was unable to attend the meeting last Thursday. The -Beck- Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz last week Tuesday evening in honor of the Schultz ;enth wedding- anniversary. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry daughter Lillian, and Mr. ers moved to Jast Friday. a farm near Burt Mrs. Alta Stiles to Chicago— Dr. Hay Potter, Storm Lake, well known to many here, recently returned from Chicago, where lie had ibeen for several weeks, taking treatment for rheumatism. The treatments have been beneficial to fotm, and Doctor Pottor wished to have his sister, Mrs. Alta Stiles, Charles City, who also suffers from severe rheumatism, to undergo the same treatment. and Mrs. Elmer , , drove to Charles City Saturday, where they were to get Mrs. Stiles and continue to Chicago. Stockbuyer Buys Horses Here— A Mr. Proctor, horse buyer from Garner, was (busy in this and surrounding vicinities last week. Last Saturday he asked permission to make Iris headquarters for the day at the barn on the Mrs. Nina Bchiclitl farm. Dui'ing the day horses from all over this part o£ the county arrived in trucks. Later a huge truck which Mr. Proctor had engaged from Belmond, came and took the horses, nine in all, to Garner. From there they will be shipped to the Twin cities. Crawford Trucking to Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller . ^ cently visited with their daughter ily, at Minneapolis. 'Mr. Crawford the Community Service committee who operates a mammoth truck, .» u ^,^^^ y om-viv; ttias signed a 1'2 months contract to in charge of program. truck to Chicago. .He will make two trips weekly. When moving to Attend Basketball Tourney- Minneapolis a few years ago the *>"«""• n.:.-v. ~~'—> _!...,__ Crawfords (bought and operated chicken farm. Th« ' ' has now been sold. Cold at Washington, I). C.— and Mrs. Edward Greinert, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. Hintz received many gifts. Prizes at 500 were awarded to Arthur Kressin and three brothers, Wilson, of Good Thunder, Minn., Sherman, of Sandstone, Minn., and James, Lu Verne. Another sister, Mrs. Josie Cram- M ,, uillv , u „„ „,.„„„! ^.^^i ^.u. gnond, Algona, died about fivo Mrs. William Fuerstenau, low, and years ago. August Meyer, Fenton, and Mrs. H. Mr. Green was a son of the late j?. Mittag, high. Mr. and Mrs. James Green, and was born in 1S61 on the farm on the Schallin Family in Get-Together— Ridge road now _owned by Mrs. Mrs. Ben Nemitz, Hampton, and Duryea and occupied by the Ralph Mrs. Henry Jentz, Colorado iLages. All of his early life was Springs, Colo., came last week Spent there. When a young man Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wil- toe purchased the farm adjoining Ham Boettcher, other relatives, and liis father's now owned and occu- old friends. Mrs. Nemitz and Mrs. pied by the Fred Geigels. Jentz are aunts of Mrs. (Boettcher Later Mr. Green went to Cedar and sisters of Frank and John Falls and was married to Fannie Schallin. They came to help settle Robinson. The couple lived on the the late John Schallin estate, and farm many years, then sold out Mrs. Nemitz went home next morn- and went to Kansas. Later they ing. returned to Algona and lived for several years, before buying and Farewell for the Liebs— locating on what is known as the Relatives and friends gathered at Paine farm here. They then moved Mr. and Mrs. ReinHiard Lieb's, to Minnesota, where they had Whittemore, and for a farewell since been living on a farm. party Friday evening. The Leibs The elder Irvingtonians remem- are moving to a farm near Sexton, iber Mr. Green was a member of Many from iLotts Creek attended the Masonic lodge. Mrs. Green is the party, and 500 was the enter- and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Whittemore, son Ellsworth. Y. P. S. Has Card Party— The Y. P. S. met Friday evening at the Lutheran school hall, and after a brief ibusineas meeting 600 and bunco were played. Prizes ai 500 were won by Fritz Meyer, ihigh and Lawrence Pijahn, low; at bun- co, Lucille Meyer, high, Ruth Schmiel low. Winkel Corn-Hog Chairman— A meeting was held at the Center schoolhouse Saturday afternoon to elect township corn-hog chairman, vice chairman, and director. George Winkel was elected chairman; Otto Wichtendahl, vice; Henry Mueller, director. >'cw Fenton Twp. Teacher— Helen IRadig began teaching the Dist. No 7 school, Fenton township, Monday. Miss Peterson, who was ;eaching there, was married some time ago. Other Lotts Creek. Teacher and Mrs. William Schmiel were dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stamer, Fairville, last week Tuesday evening, and other guests were Teacher and Mrs. H. W. iBehnke and Teacher ind Mrs. Jessen and the Jessen son Ralph, all of Whittemore. The Rev. and Mrs. E. iFiene were a week ago Sunday evening dinner guests of he Rev. and Mrs. Stahmer. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine enter- ained their -500 cluib last week ^uesday evennig. The high score 1 or men was won by Andrew Elert; for women, by Mrs. Julius Vill. A travel prize was awarded o Mr. Will. The -Richard Potratz family and tfr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz spent sunday afternoon at the Edward laaihs and Otto Tietz homes. Mrs. Dtto Tietz is not doing as well as riends wish her to do. Friday at the Lutheran school vas visitors' day, which is every ast Friday in the month. Visitors vere Mrs. Eugene Walker, Pasa- ena, Calif., Lillian Sonallin, and he Rev. E. Fiene. Mrs. John Kohlwes spent a few ays last week at her daughter Irs. Everett iDreyer's, Fenton. English Communion will be cele- irated a week from Sunday at the nimanuel Lutheran church. Marvel Elbert was hostess at a lunco party Sunday evening. WESLEY GOES TO FINALS IN COUNTY TILT Wesley, Feb. 27 — The Wesley boys basketball team won the first game in the county tournament by a score of 2S->W over Lu Verne; and also won the second game, with /Bancroft higli school by a score of 4S-G. In the third game, they won over Lone Rock, 35-23, thus being winners "three times running." But they lost to Ledyard in the semi-finals 23-35, at Algpna Saturday night. The boys will go to Garner this week Thursday for the first game in the sectional basketball tournament. Minnie Ostercamp is Low—' Local relatives were summoned to John Ostercamp's, [Britt, last Thursday, when the John Oster- camps' daughter Minnie was thought to be at the point of death. Relatives from Minnesota, also summoned, were Mr. and Mrs. John Berdends and Mrs. Marie Olson, Mountain Lake, the women being sisters of John Ostercamp. Minnie lad improved the following day, and on their way home the Minnesota people called upon the women's brother, Herman Ostercamp. Minnie has been confined to her bed since before Christmas, and jreviously was in poor health. Mrs. Haverly Loses Sister- Mrs. Agatha Haverly received vord from Milford Sunday of the leath that day of a sister, Mrs. ^awrence Long, 67, formerly Mailda Hoffer. Mrs. Long had under;one an operation for cancer ten lays previously, and she .had been n failing health for many months, and other relatives YOUNG COUPLE NEAR TITONKA WEDTHURSDAY Titonka, Feb. 27 — Dorothy, daughter of Mrs. Anna .Intermill, was married to Henry Van Hove last Thursday at the Reformed Church northeast of town, the Rev. Calvin Schnucker performing a double ring ceremony. The ibride was dressed in hyacinth blue and carried a bouquet of pink roses and fresias. The bridesmaid, Eleanor Intermill, dressed in Eleanor blue, carried a bouquet of sweet peas. The best man was John Van Hose. "—"• "»«u».«aiu, lunmeny MHonita, Following the wedding the -bridal were Violet Slack, Bradford Buf- party and other guests attended a fln Ston, Donald Bacon, Ethel Well- dinner at the home of the bride. me _ ver . Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mr. and Mrs. Van Hose spent their honeymoon with relatives at Fort Dodge and Humboldt. They will live on the Boyd Pannkuk farm. Methodist Choir to Festival— The Methodist choir, accompanied . - .- -.---. ..„.....,.,. .,.„» ^ by other local Methodists, attended f ew tlays> sta >'. an d Violet Slack is Brandt, Verdene Boyken, Stephen de Vries, OVIarjorie Peterson, Betty Kokash, Geraldine Bruns, Herbert Schram, Feme Oesterreicher, Rosemary Bacon, Robert Budlong, and Byron Lamoreux. Farewell for the Blakleys— ^ A surprise farewell party was given in honor of the Herman Blak- leys Saturday night. They are moving to a farm near German Valley, northeast of Titonka. Attending were the Mark Bacons, Ethel Wellmeyer, Buffalo Center, the John Pinks, the George Higgins family, the Carl Gieskings, Clair Heifner, 'Roland Sharatt, and the Earl Blak- leys. Former Titonkians Give Party- Am ong young people from Titonka at a bridge party at Burt Friday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, fonmerly Titonka, ichenck, Arthur Jay Budlong, and Phydelis Peterson. ttrs. Roy Budlong Patient Mrs. Roy Budlong was taken to :he Algona hospital Monday morn- ng by Dr. W. F. Hamstreet for —, O^ CIO .LL,«,I t .'. le fourth annual Algona Metho- i, to undergo the dlst district music festival Sunday Accordingly, Mr. evening at the Algona high school Potter, Algona, auditorium. In the choir from here were Mrs. R. C. Ball, Allene Johnson, Iraia Campbell, Beryl and Gladys 'Bogges, the Rev. Fremont Paul, and William Schram, but they did not enter any contest. Others who attended were Barbara Ball, Helen Heed, and Wilbur and Kathryn Schram. The Epworth League did not meet because of the festival. Legion Auxiliary Meets Friday— Members of the Legion Auxiliary unit and friends met at Mrs. Anna Schenck's Friday for a monthly radio party and work meeting, with a large attendance. The Americanism committee consisting of Galena Zweifel, chairman, Olive Bruns, Tena Spear, Nadine de Vries, and Alice Mayfield were hostesses, re- Much work was accomplished and a program given. The March meet- , — -•— *• xA t *«. t ,i 11 ,w i ., « £,-^(.,.1,^,* 'fairt-j-i, j. nc luaiAjii meet- Mrs. Lons Crawford, and her fain- ing will be held at Mrs. Luvia Craven's Die evening of March €, with Among ihigh school students and -~-». ..~ v » U>J '.y v «£in, tt uu uyeraieu a other young people who attended chicken farm. The chicken farm the county basketball tournament *""" i - at Algona Friday night were Helen 'Seed, Wilbur and Kathryn Schram, ,, „,.., --"-—, — ~. Russell Keuchenreuther, Donald Mrs. Gilbert Cooper, Washington, Wood, Margaret Callies, Betty and D. C.. writes that residents of the Edithmae Budlong, Vern Bacon capitol city are having the coldest Mildred and Feme Krantz, Ruth weather they have experienced in Stott, Arthur Boyken, Watson many years. Just now the Poto- HamstreSf, Loraine Lamoreux v Par °v ™nL!?, f ™r,,°y :c : r ' Y h i ch , is ?r n JT chi Ala , n Lamoi - eu *. ^eia B. 'btepnens, and Russell French. Titonka played Fenton and was defeated, Washington's Birthday Observed— The annual Methodist Washington's birthday supper was served M. L. Roney. Mr. Cooper is em ployed with the Inter-state Com-1 merce Commission. Party for llt-tty Mae Miller— About 26 friends attended a party Saturday afternoon, at the church parlor, in honor of Betty Mae Miller, who was celebrating her nth birthday. Tho afternoon was spent at games. Just before refreshments were served the gifts were opened and a Happy Birthday was sung for Betty Mae. nilVIN<;TO\~NE\VS It is reported that the small son - vi — •-%• r^uauv -kjit^^n. ia at the home, south o£ town, during her absence. C'has. Strobel Has Operation- Charles Strabel underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday at Mrs. Lewis Larson's. Mrs. Larson is a trained nurse at Burt. Arthur Falks to Algona— Arthur Falk, who will do garage work at Algona, expects to move there early in March. Other Titonka News. Mrs. Eric Peterson and her son Woodrow drove to (Lester one day last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Claude Vickerman. Woodrow accompanied iby Faye Randolph, of \\atertown, S. D., returned Saturday night, Mrs. Peterson remaining for two weeks. The basketball boys, accompanied by Coach Dunmire, drove to Algona last week Wednesday evening and practiced an hour on the the one „ tf , _,_ w . UUV i fc*JLL 11VU J, U floor before they played in tournament. Each team had hour for practice. Eastern Star members from Titonka who attended a supper and meeting at Burt Monday night were Dr. and Mrs. R. c. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen de Vries, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast, and Carrie Torgerson. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong drove to Hampton Saturday, and thence were accompanied by Mrs. Frances Budlong and Edith and Hazel Budlong to Janesville Sunday, February 25, to visit the Arthur Bud- longs. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Johnson, of Swea City, were guests at Harold Johnson's Friday. Mr. and Mrs Harold Johnson and Alvina Dan- lel.son spent the week-end with rel atives at Armstrong. Mrs. S. J. de Vries, who had been doing dramatic coaching at San-~-. .j ...i. i-.miij. auijyci was aclVcU ""'"B uiamaLlc CUUCjling cit in the basement of the church last ' born > returned last Thursday ac- Thursday evening with all wait- companied by Dorothy Newman of resses in costumes of Washington Sanborn, Who was to spend a fe'v day and with the Aid serving. Mrs (la >'- s here. Fremont Faul was dressed as Mar- tlm Washington, and Mrs. M. A Methodist missionary society —'•—will be held at Mrs. Wil- i.»a wasiuiiKLon, anu Mrs. M. S. "leuiing will be held at Mrs Wil •Craven as George Washington. Mil- liaw Schram's this week Frida dre ' . - dred andj'ernc Krantz played the of Mr. and Mrs. Frecfliyson recently;_ibeen critically in. has The scarlet fever cornet and trombone, crowd attended. A large Forrest Hanseii 12; Party- Forrest Hansen celebrated his 12th birthday Tuesday by inviting tnends to a party. Attending- uri.l iir i *-ti_ i i fooy suffered from -sus^ *s™™ swaS =-- one hand whale Handling an axe. |Callies, Alice ... m.,., v> ct-ft, r nuav fcader, Mrs. -Fred Jennings, and lesson on Workers on the Industrial Road. Martin lilcich, manager of the itonka crbzt:nery, and hk wife drove to Bancroft last Thursday to attend a eroarnery woe-ting. Mr.-:. K.-.tiier Askms, who had a week at her home here, IJurnont, w> tent. Twenty Years Ago eft Monday to attend funeral ser- ices on Tuesday. Mrs. Haverly also lost another elative at about the same time. A niece's husband, John Tresling, was luried at Aekley on Monday. Mr. Tresling was a young man, but had ong suffered from iheart trouble. Radio Party Given Friday— The Auxiliary radio party at Mrs. Bonnstetter's Friday was attended >y nine members and one guest,] Mrs. John Ormsby. The women all worked at carpet-rags, and completed three large balls, weighing six pounds in all. There is a rneet- ng of the Auxiliary this week Thursday evening. Some members plan to attend the 4-county meeting at Swea City this week Tuesday svening, which includes Kossuth, Winnebago, Palo Alto, and Emmet counties. Essay Contest is Conducted— Mrs. Rowley, Americanization chairman in the Legion Auxiliary, is conducting an essay contest in the seventh and eighth grades of the public and parochial schools. It will be closed and the winners announced this week Wednesday. [Icnry Kunz Has Iritis- Henry Kunz, of the Kunz Grain company, has ibeen ailing for some time, and confined to his home since last week Wednesday. He toad aeen subject to severe headaches, ind was found to be suffering from ritis, an affection of the eyes. Kilter Thred-Town Declnm— Winners in the local declamatory contest will go to Algona this week Tuesday evening, to compete with Algona and Lu Verne. They are: Iva Mae Ward, oratorical; Louise Xunz, dramatic; Maurice De Boer, lumorous. Bernsten to Church Conference— The Rev. R. Bernsten, Britt, and Wesley Congregational pastor, left Monday for Minneapolis to attend a church conference which continues until Friday. .(Next Sunday -he will preach at Houston, Minn. Glee Clubs Plan Operetta— The high school glee clubs are ^^ evening March 6. Emory Goodnow 15 and 25 cents. Other Wesley News. The Methodist W. F. M. S. will meet with Mrs. Raymond Hansen this week Friday. Mrs. Lawrence _ — the lesson, Adventures m Faith. Plans for a public meeting will be discussed. Mrs. Ostercamp will preside. The family of the [Rev. R. Bernsten, Congregational pastor, who resides at Britt, was entertained at Olaf Funnemark's at 6 o'clock din„„_ ™_ :J ... ht _ The 0]e Floms - u , „,. the same place Sun', when Helen " - . . —I Anna Flom, home. Mrs. Lucy Fox and her sons will move on to the farm vacated by the C. C. Fosters north of town, and the Wilbur Fishers will move on to the place immediately east of the village recently occupied by the Foxes, and owned Iby Mrs. John Hildman. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester visited their son Karl and his wife at Ma- flon City Sunday. Karl represents the Extension department of the Iowa state college at Ames, and the Karl Westers moved from Algona to Mason City February 1 The C. C. Foster family, four miles north of Wesley, will move March 1 to a farm near Mason City. The daughter, Victoria, has taken two years of hig-], school here, and will continue her course in her new location. Rolfe Goodnow, Lf.-high, of the- COG, spent a five-day furlough with relatives, arriving last Thursday Besides his parenu and nthf.r local relatives, hr- visittd his brother Karl at Mason Oity. A large crowd attended th* Methodist Aid ,,i f *tin K at. Mrs. ciar- oncfc Ward's la.t v/tek Wtdnoaday ^ix ar,d one-half dollars v/an taken Jn, t-xcluaivf! of ,j, Jf .,. Th fc J. L. studbr family v /i)J Tnovf; »oon to the farm vacate by v <• jGanxe./f..',]., the latter family j. o jng tt°' vi1 '* "*' ri «* *™ ^ Kossuth editors gathered n.t Ban croft "Friday the 13-th" of February 11915 and organized a counlty -editorial association. -Editor Tom J. WWte, of itho Whttitemoio Champ Ion, was elected president, nmd Ski J. Backus secretary. Three other editors Wore appointed to dralt a constitution and bylaws. Meetings were to be held every tihreo months. Tho editors wei'e shown through tho remodeled First National Bank, and tliat evening a banquot was served to 13 persons. * * » • The Alg'ona Modern Woodmen lhad. picked Grant Jordan as a, candidate for state delegate, and his candidacy was being pushed. The camps of ithd counlty wore to meet at Bunt to pick the delegate, and 11 Algonians were to attend. There were ttihem, 12 camps in the county. * * * * The high school debaters had Won from Correctionvllle, and the corn- Fonda. * * * • A home talent play, The New Mln- , lgt to present ed. * * * * Hllda < laueht6r of |bh 0 Andrew !Nolsong) had married to Hugh H. Roberlts, Sioux City, ©ho was stenographer for Q-eo. C. Call for some tlmo beJoro her marriage. * * * * A cartoon used (that week was itho * * * * Many candidacies for office both county and dtate were being announced, and politics -was humming. * * * * Farm sales were numerous, as evidenced by advertisements in. tho lAdvance. FARM FAMILIES NEAR BURT ON SPRING MOVES iBurt, Feb. 27—Quite a numlber of changes are being made on farms near Burt this spring. The C. H. Gelirtz family have moved to Bancroft and the Wm. (Boehm family 'rom near Titonka has moved onto tli at place. The Carl Watsons have moved to Woden. The C. J. Whitneys are moving to Maxwell, and the Hartman family, of Fenton, is moving there. TJie F. (L. Bennetts moved to 'Lake City, and the Jacob Smiths have moved onto that farm. The Albert (Baas family moved to Whittemore. The I. Ostergaards moved -to Swea City. The L. H. Stevens^ will also move to near iSwea City this week. The Herman -Bleichs go to the farm vacated by Strayer brothers, who are moving to near Algona. The Leo Foxes, who have lived in Burt a year, are moving to wlhere August Henning has farmed. O. G. McFarland, of (Ringsted, is moving to the farm to be vacated by the W. R. Smiths. Tie George Greins have moved to near Algona, also the A. L. Jordans. The Albert Wibbens move to the J. K. Hansen farm, the J. W. Blacks to where the J. J. eteils ihave been living, and the Henry Tjadens to the place vacated by the Blacks. Two Missionaries Visit Burt— Sylvia Ward and her friend, Miss Reece, arrived Sunday for two days at the ihome of Miss Ward's sister, Mrs. .Earl Reed. They are on their way from Jeanette, Pa., to San Francisco, from where they will sail for -China to be missionaries. They .go to southwest China, where assisted the class. Observe Birthdays at Reunion— A family gathering was held at the I. W. Hansen home Sunday to ;elebrate several o£ the birthdays of the family. Those present were the Harold Hansens, Algona, Matt Hansens, Clair Winkles, and L. H. Schencks. Mason Cityan Holds 0. E. S. School Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, held an O. E. S. school of instruc- ion -here Monday afternoon. Dinner was served at 6:30 and an evening meeting was held at which work o£ the order was exemplified. Burt Choir Rated "Superior"— The Methodist choir took part in the music contest and festival at Algpna 'Sunday evening. The Burt choir was given a rating of "superior" in the B class. few wihite men have ever gone. They do not expect to reach their destination before the middle of June. They go as missionaries rrorn the Pentecostal church. Miss Ward was a member of the class of 1921 of Algona H. S. and has been engaged in mission work for a number of years since then. She preached at the Methodist church here Sunday morning and gave an interesting talk on her future work. Attend State Wrestling' Meet— Among the Burt people who attended the s' Fort Dodge and daughter Dorothy, F. L. Pratt, B. W. Brooke, John Sewick, R. F. Elvidge, A. H. Meinzer, and C L 'Holding. Eddie Stewart and Raymond Carter took part. -Eddie car- Mrs. Ryerson Entertains— Mrs. F. iL. IRyerson was hostess last week Wednesday at an all-day iFarm -Bureau meeting for the women of Burt and Portland -townships. The fourth Home Management Lesson was given. This was on flh* purchase of beds and Staleya Celebrate Golden Wedding Next Monday Mr. and Mrs. E. H Staley will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. About 40 guests have been invited to a noon dinner to be served at the Good Hope church. Mr. and Mrs. Staley will also hold open house at the church from 3 to 5 to any friends who -may wish to call upon them. Fire Families on Move— The Alec Miller family of the Good Hope neighborhood, has moved into one of the Fred Ringsdorf houses. The Harry Putz es are ^r^-n'^ 0 Mrs ' Koch ' s house ' and the J. I). Grahams are moving into the section house. The Ed Kienitz n7r y v n La *°, ta ' wil1 move into he B. V. Danic-ls house. ;„ " Elect Corn-Hog Committee armers of Hurt township she Legion hall Friday af- i co!iimittfc<j of the corn-hog n plan. Garl Ewoldt, Lone . ..as elected chairman; G. P Hav/cott, vicfc chairman; and A H iianna, Lone Hock, co work of a well known antWt of the present day, itho creator of it/ho Toon ervllle trolley. Tine- work of cartoon: 1st was then much itho same- as now 1 * * • * The high scliool basketball squad lost again to Eagle Grove, SO-'Zfl. Mason City was to come Were thait week-end. * * * * Another letter from Dr. W. E. H. Morse told of spring In Mississippi. Ho was already planting spring crops. * * * * A 165-acro tract irislde ItlVe city limits of Titonka had been bought by Carl Carlson at $100 an aero in the summer of 1W3 and itihat week ilt was sold again at $135 an acre, or a profflt of $35 am acre in only clghit months. ***« 'Ninety flvo people at Burt lhad been vaccinated by Doctors iPeters and Clapsaddle within two weeks, following a case of smallpox there. * * * * F, H. Patton, father of Mrs. W. C. Dewel, died at Lu Vorne February 17, School Hoard <;iven Dinner— Trifc frt-iihrnan doinfsstic science class tntertained the school board and tnt-ir vm-<;s at a dinner in the domestic KCJfcfloc room la«t week ' Ja f fcvenJnjf. Charlotte , clw/jeatic ucitnee teacher, Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chi-pman entertained at four tables of bridge last week Tuesday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Mor- ness, .Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sdhenck, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Holding, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hammer. The Trainers won the prize for high score, and L. H. Scfoenck received the traveling prize. H. V. Jones attended a sale at Britt Saturday. Mrs. Jones accompanied him to Titonka and spent the day there with her sister, Mrs Roy Budlong. On Monday Mrs. Jones accompanied her to Algona, where she lhad an operation performed. , W. D. Kearns, who has been spending a couple of months at the homes of his daughter and sons in Chicago, returned home Saturday. His daughter, Mrs. Ruth Gorman and children, Wesley, came home with him for a visit aiere. George Manus, who is with the OOC at iLehigfo, spent Friday and Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Katherine Manus, who teaches near Lu Verne, also spent the week-end at home. Donald Stow, San Antonio, Tex arrived last week Wednesday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. His wife expects to come a little later on. Mr. Stow plans to locate in Iowa again. A good crowd attended the annual birthday supper at the Presbyter- lan church Thursday evening Tables were decorated to represent the various months of the year. A good program was given. (Mrs. J. W. 'Dorrance and Mrs. F. J. Mann and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. stahl, left Friday for Chicago, where they will visit another daughter of the stahls. Mrs. S. J. Barteau. Edna Staley and Herbert -Bush went to La Crosse, Wis., Sat and on Sunday brought back them Mr. and Mrs. J. w. fa who will spend a week or two Mrs. Bertha Wallace last week Wednesday from Aredale where she had spent a few days business. She is now assisting the Geor-ge Carroll home The Presbyterian Mite sod will meet Wednesday afternoon Mrs. F. H. Rubey's. Mrs. H Jones and Mrs. W. A. are assistant hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar entertained at three tables bridge Friday evening. The were Titonka young people Fred Lavrenz, who has been the University hospital a of weeks having his eyes treated unexpected home this week, 'rs. J. G. Clapsaddle leaves „ it for a two weeks visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs w Mam, at Cedar Rapids Edward Paine went to Ames day to visit relatives and make rangements for entering this spring. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer the week-end with Mr. cousin, Gerald Trainer, at Dodge. J. G. McDonald and J. M B ard attended a lumberman's vention at Des Moines Monday, The Rev. S. H. Aten preac Umj<sted Sunday evening for Gladstone, who was absent Mr. and Mrs. Maynard 1 were business visitors in Dodge last week Wednesday H. V. Jones and Oscar B' attended the Oelerich hog Rolfe last Thursday. The Elmer Kienitzes of wtre Sunday visitors at to Allen home. -ji'-JESit^iSS •wsra&six? i Saturday, ;k with Staley, fro here, returned He, on at society at •y Stoutenberg Blanchard " les of guests — at number to- with F. i Fri: ar- school spent Trainer's Fort . 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