Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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7, 1987. KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA IOWA .den Death Is Shock to Corwith Residents IARDINER ICTIMOF [RTJTTACK 6—c!orwlth re-sl- shocked last week t, n to hear of the sud- |f Mrs. A. R. Gardiner, en in ill health for the great grandchildren. Mr. ami Mi-q William Miller arc the parent? of a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Jesse living in the Foil-view vicinity, ' , lnd two sons, both living at. Kunawhti Iney have one grandchild. Lunch was served to 75 Invited guests and was followed by an ovenlng of entertainment, a feature of which was a mock wedding presented hv a group of friends. Tumi llnraiii Women Mr«k_ Mrs. Roborl. Mtistorson diul Mrs Albert Johnson attended a Farm Bureau Women's meeting at the home of Mrs. Herman Wise, the Woodbury Business collage at Los Angeles. Sexton, on Tuesday, November 30. arose T hc mooting was for ladles living quite in Prairie and Irvington |l months. She ornlng, feeling _ ^ hen her husband, who ships. Thc-ro were seven 22 points tor Corwith, and Bonnie Barracks and Kathryn Houston were outstanding in the defense. c.,, i in , '''' v(! ' >nss Scout, Tests— slnli fT,,l 8 ( . :1 ° 1mln|f 7 Te » mcmbcrs altended th& week - vMl m, Sni ,,.,i Pf 7 Cnnv!ll L a ly meeting of the Boy Scouts held con ho 1i IT y i atlcrnoon ' De - at tho schoolhousc. Bobby Jo Wel'•in nvin'i Ho , pla " B1 to arrlve at ler, Bill Robinson, Jimmie Gallo-••»> o clock and will have candy and small gifts'for all the children. The streets of the town arc decorated for his visit with arches of evergreen and colored lights, and a largo Christmas tree with lights. Tho business houses are also being decorated for the holidays. Santa's visit, is annually sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary and the Corwith merchants. way, Ronald Stephens, and John Skelley passed Scout tests. Pastor Speaks at Kanavrho— The Rev. Karl W. G. Hlller was guest speaker at the annual Father-Son banquet at the Methodist church at Kanawha last Thursday town- jit*-.. — ^ , ^ _ , i — ......v n^iv; rujvi'ii wunion of the Corwith lumber- present, besides the H D A Miss — L u n nH n>tn -ttrncl r\ . . . . ' •*'••* "H'T'i women . Auxiliary Conducts a IJn/nar— home at noon, she was fand asked to he helped Doctor Walley was Popoon, of Algonn, who gave'a lesson on "Illness Preventing Measures in the Home." A planned almost at the same time i luncheon for the control Val, she died, the result |s heart attack, diner was very active inl and religious activl- j The ladies als of anemia was florvwl at noon. The menu consisted of foods high in iron and vitamins, and containing copper. Bnvlth, having been at her death a member of i Woman's club; she Young Ladles' Bible he Methodist church for everal years; was Chris- Ins secretary; and was 3f the Temperance r.om- the Corwith Sunday services were held on Iternoon at 2:30 at the church, with the Rev. ij. Hiller, of Corwith, and Thomas Lutman, of Shei- Iharge. Rev. Lutman was diner's pastor when the lived at Humboldt. bok, also of Humboldt, solos. Interment was | : tlie Corwith cemetery. for Double Wcddintj— nine of Mr. and Mrs: Wil- Mlller, living between |and Kanawha, was the a reception last week [evening, in honor of the vedding anniversary of Mr. Miller, and of his par- and Mrs. Milo Miller. er Millers celebrated their niversary and the younger I their 32nd. Mr. and Mrs. •Her are the parents of one ir, Mrs. C. K. Coil, of Poca- fand two sons, Cornelius, of and William, at whose he reception was held. They grandchildren and two to make "sit-down" dolls suitable for children's gifts, and to make homemade .mittens. Patterns and literature worn distributed to be- used in glvnlg follow-up lessons. Ilii/mir and Supper Success— The Ladies' Aid of ihn ("'orwith Methodist church held its annual The Corwith Legion Auxiliary hold its annual bazaar at the Legion hall on Saturday, December 4. A large assortment of aprons, fancy goods, and novelties were put on sale- at 1 o'clock. The main attraction was a carnival dance in the evening, with music furnished by Malek's Accordion band, of Garner. AIR and 25-cent supper was served at the supper hour. Tliroo. leave for Florida— Mr. and Mi's. Bert Meyers, ac- c.oinpanicd by Scott. Marr, Spiri l/uke, left last week for Florida where they will spend the winter Mrs. Marr and children will staj SELF MIXING" night. Other Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Severns have returned from a short visit at the home of his sister and hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brandt, at Prescott. On their return, they were accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Mayme Severns, who had been visiting her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Mrs. "Warren Mclfltyre son City callers last Tti« Mrs. Norville Champney, 6f IX»- gan, Irfwa, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sain Stark. bazaar in tho church basement on I with Miss Anna Meyer and Mis* Wednesday, December 1. Each of Dolly Marr, at the" Meyers home, the six circles, making up the gen- and the Marr children will attend eral aid, luid a booth of hand made | I lie Corwith school, articles, including quilts, comforters, aprons, disli towels, luncheon sots, and numerous other articles. There wore also pantry booths and home-made ice cream, candy, etc., wore on sale throughout tho day. A 15c luncheon was served at noon to 180, and netted about $27. The 20c and -I0c supper was .served to , It. Si'iil Drive Tti'gun— The annual Christmas Seal drive about. 115 about $•!'!. ized from the bazaar was $1100. persons, and netted The total amount real- llaskcihall (James Split— Tho local high school basketball teams split a double-header game with the. teams last The Corwith girls Vc rn on Consolidated Wednesday evening. with a opened hero Friday when 100 let-1 tors each containing 100 seals,] were mailed to tho residents of: c.orwith. Tho Woman's club Is sponsoring tho .sale, with "Mrs. C. E. Galloway, Mrs. Charles Martin, and Mrs. ,1. M. Gehrt in charge. score of 20 to P.O. and the Vernon boys subdued the local team with a close 20 to 2-1 count. Roth games were well played, with Nail leading the Corwith boys, scoring ton points. 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