Renwick Times, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1933, Renwick, Iowa THE TIMES VOLUME 48 THURSDAY MARCH 23, 1933 Ren wick Savings Bank Capital Farm Loans and Insurance Iowa in i tin i in t Pay Accounts With Corn We will pay THREE GENTS ABOVE market price for EAR CORN delivered on until further Farmers Co-operative Co. Phone No. 10 G. L. Mgr. Former Renwick Teacher i Loses Son arid Parents When Fire Burns Home This community was shocked to learn of death of Mrs. Opal aon her father and Mr. and Mark and their hired Thomas all four of whom were burned to death when their farm home milca north of gona was by fire about Monday A neighbor discovered the fire and ran across Ihe road to awaken the found the doora of house so he broke in a but the smoke waa so thick that he could not force his way through it. The Algona fire department was notified and a snow plow waa sent out ahead of the fire truck to clear tho but the home and contents were entirely destroyed and four lives wiped out before the fire de- The snow that blocked the roada probably saved the life of Opal now teaching at She had been attending a meeting in Mason City and had re- turned to Algona Saturday after- noon from where she telephoned her parents and decided to remain in gona on account of the According to Dr. R. A. county Hie fire apparently started in the The bodies of the victims wore recovered from Millers Creek Coal per ton from the Wisconsin Lumber Co. Phone No. 12 L. P. Manager the ruins Mrs. Morrison of the home Monday Mrs. Martin Died March 12 at Home in Long Beach Anna Marie a former resident of Renwick and the widow of the late Martin at her home in Long March 12. The funeral was hold March and burial was made In Sunny Side cemetery at Long The cause of her death was She had been in poor for over a Anna Marie was born in Store March 3, 1852, arid passed away at her home in Long March 12, 1933, aged 81 years and 9 She was confirmed in the Lutheran church at the age of 14 years and waa a member in good standing of that church at the time of her At the age of 22 years she grated to the United coming direct to a Mrs. Thomas living on a farm near Story In the following August 7, 1875, she was united in marriage to Martin Christensen at La In the fall of 1885 she came with her husband and three children to where they lived for over thirty In the spring of 1920 they moved to Long and have resided there She is survived by one son and three George P. tenson and Julia Berk of Long Jennie Davis of cago and Millie Zeihan of Webster was the music teacher in the Renwick school for two going from here to this being her second year This distressful occurrence brings to her the sympathy of all her wick f Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Sarchet and Jerry Morrison were held Wednesday afternoon at the Congregational church in Algona and a number of friends from wick Funeral services for Thomas Miller will be held this afternoon at also eight grandchildren and two great Humboldt Wins Two Firsts in State Declam at Hardy The second round of the state sub- district high con- test was held in the Methodist church Grove It was a surprise disappointment to the farmers of lown when the legislature ing for a pur cent mixture of corn alcohol in Baseline used in motor Ha purpose WHS to provide an increased consumption of corn that would more than absorb tho annual surplus and so increase its market price to a profit for It seums strangely cal and that such a should meet defeat in the luture of a slate the corn The most reliable tho chemists of the assert the mixture would enhance the power of the out nny deleterious effect There is nu defense for the of the DR. W. H. LONG DENTIST No. 18 lown DR. M. C. PHYSICIAN SURGEON examined and glasses No. 26- Iowa DR. L. R. TURNER PHYSICIAN over Savings Professional culls made day nml night Phono No. 13. A. H. D. V. M Graduate Licensed Veterinarian Phono No. M low C. A. Packard Sells ami all of Makes farm loans at lowest rates at Prepares farm i warranty deeds and all business Writes insurance of all Notary 21 or 47, No Lack of Words How often do wa find difficulty in thinking of just the right word to express n certain Even Hie greatest writers often slop to weigh their words in order to hit upon the mnst appropriate while few speakers can observe nil the of expression without writing out speeches and memorizing them These are not due to any lack of woids in the English Possibly it may e a result of our having too many choose The latest 1111- dictionaries contain more lan and the list is Noah Webster's first in 1828, contained only bout the edition of f included that of 800 about as compared vith the recognized words f A lending lexicographer estimates bat tho educated person of fair understands on an average but uses only n part of thai number in either peaking or The mass of the people know and use less Hum words out of the Give Business a Rest In spite of the difficulties which beset all our major industries at the present we find in Congress and in our legislatures political who would further shackle business and industry by the passage of more drastic The fear of unfavorable legislation will undoubtedly have a tendency to delay and in some cases entirely prevent developments which would be undertaken if those inter- ested could feel safer from tive An Interesting experiment is to a few pages of an ed dictionary anil count how many words out of n hundred you are really bolh aa to ing and Try it. Two principal devices are ed by those whose aim in life is to harass One is the tion of ever increasing the other is the imposition of ever in- creasing restrictions under the guise of It can not be denied that both taxation and regulation are if accompaniments of It ia the extent of taxation and the degree of tion that are There to be no limit to the burdens which some legislators arc willing to place on the larger business Under present conditions it would tie well to avoid making these dens heavier than they are The agitators who clamor for more taxation and more regulation might well take a holiday business and industry get on their feet at Hardy last Friday There were thirteen contestants ing six Webster City and The contestants winning first and second places and their selections Oratorical Wendall Halverson of Webster Robert Walker of Snyder of the Constance Carr of God and Take Your Own Frances Bowman of Arithmetic Arnold of in Other contestants Constance of Fletcher Miller of and of in Flora Harlan of and Cleora Tillson of in Roland Gullixson of and Donald Swanson of Gilmore in Our Southern Neighbors Travelogue by Ruth Petera Many tourists visit Reynosa and across the Rio Grande in The chief business of both towns ia to supply the cating liquors for thirsty In other respects these cities differ Most of the five thousand tants of are poverty Many of their homes are made of sticka and plastered wilh and having thatched roofs of Morr palm An absence of dows waa noted in all There Amoa was absolutely no Many of the showed traces of having been swept with a No provision had been made for the upkeep of the Motor do well to average five miles per The many teams of oxen apparently have little There is a great scarcity of waler in the A thriving business is carried on by the use of numerous water barrels on two-wheel drawn by a lank by which water is brought from the river and delivered to the individual The bearing the date 1810, occupies an important position on the Seating capacity for about one hundred people is The altar is truly No organization of the city was Shops of all sorts were at any numerous were the meat with an abundance of goat meat hanging amidst the flies and The Americans take ad- of the curio with their clever displays of Mexican carved bone and silver and an assortment of Of special note are the Mexican All burials are made in above the ground and ed within a high The NUMBER 12 Church Notes Belden Growing Church in an Active Church A class with interesting lesson discussion and competent every The men's class meets George Latch Last Sunday's dance waa the smallest of the 90 being but considering the anow it waa very Morning worship and 'The Great Special music by the Epworth A night of Pictures on the March Storm Strikes Middle West Saturday springlike weather we have enjoyed during the changed to winter just before the arrival of It started Friday night with rain and continued Saturday with Engle Grove Our ture certainly hna a terrible grudge against police It passed a providing an annual tax upon a police dog of That would sufficient to effect but a provision was added that any police dog seen unleashed between sunset and sunrise shall be Those two provisions of the law a certain goodbye to the police dog in Who knows of any reason for such a law in or any other Tho idea that womon aro hard to Savings Bank Resumes Old Business The Savings Rank waa released from supervision and resumed the old business of the bank last Saturday Tho hank is now being operated just as it always waa going on the waiver Checking accounts nnd other de posita Hint were temporarily tied up by government order in all are now subject to the use of the depositors again at this Everything is exactly na it was be- fore the closing order was This was one- of the first banks in please is by a look at county to be fully of the husbands they pick led from government rain and sleet which the night turned to By Sunday night a foot of snow had fallen and a high the anow and blocked the The ture remained No traina came through here be- tween Saturday night and Tuesday The roads were all ed up Monday and the following day all traffic had been Many autos were stalled during the storm and there were several Lightning and thunder was heard during the rain and snow period of the Much warmer weather the past three days gives us hope is the tail end of Now some Republican will likely be mean enough to suggest that the Treasury Department has a Woodin If the rank and file of those anese and Chinese armies ever find out what all Ihe shooting ia about it will ba real news to are placed very close together and all are lavishly It is tomary upon burial to pay rent for a period of three If al rent is not paid at the expiration of this the remains are burned in the A group of begging for are eager to show the contents of this yard to the The mecca of the entire city is the arena where occur at certain a city of near the mouth of the Rio pears more modern than but still lacks a century of ing with most American eral of their narrow streets are paved with Casa a Mexican bearing many marks of overlooks the and The market covers one entire with a double row of booths around the Here one can purchase dry fruits and leather novelties and All the wares displayed are in a tary At all street peddlers want to show you the shine your sell you some of the thirty-five kinds of five cent Mexican hot tamales and Mexican or lead you into a convenient bar for dining or While the border towna ate ex- There will also De two beautifully illustrated the and Ninety and Thursday choir We are glad for the new additions to the Junior League for beginners and primary One- half hour Junior League for all above primary Morning program of the Woman's Home Missionary Church class with interesting study and live teacher for every Epworth Wednesday Ladies Thursday choir practice at the Clyde Olden The choir is doing fine work and adds ranch to the effectiveness of church Jr. League Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Baptist Church J. A. Pastor This church has just closed a did series of meetings which proved helpful to all who attended and in the saving of souls of several in whom we have been especially inter- We shall continue our messages each Sunday ing and evening until Easter Sunday at which time a baptismal service will take place just before the ing We hope and expect others will unite with the church at that Opportunity and reception of members by experience or confession of faith will be given at every The following is the program at this church for next 10a.ro. Bible A well pre- pared teacher in charge of every 11 a. m. Morning A sermon by the 7p.m. Young Peoples You will enjoy this S p. m. Evening Song service and a message by the We wish to express our hearty appreciation of the presence and operation of the pastors and bers of other tremely I am told that they are not necessarily typical of the interior of Mrs. Jane Stauffacher Acquitted by Jury Mrs. Jane Stauffacher who was on trial in the district court of boldt charged with acy In the burning of the er residence at was quitted by the jury Friday morning of last The case grew out of the burning of the residence of Mrs. Stauffacher at Livermore some time and in which Glenn Stoddard plead guilty to conspiracy and was sentenced to the He was the principal witness in the prosecution of Mrs. The verdict came aa a for it was the belief of court ers that Mrs. Stauffacher would be St. Pauls Lutheran Church F. Pastor Lenten services Friday evening at An Easy Way of Quieting One's The schedule for will be us Sunday school at 10 a. m. and preaching services at 11 Luther League devotional at the church at p. m. We bid you a hearty welcome to our place of Evangelical Church Laurence Sunday School Morning Worship E. L. Evening Worship a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. Aid Society the first Wednesday of each W. M. S. every second Wednesday of the The thirst for knowledge ia dom satisfied by a dry In published Hats of the new the secretary of labor is as Miss Frances But she ia really Mrs. Paul Wilaon and ia the mother of one She is an adherent of the Lucy Stone idea that women should retain their maiden names after it's nobody else's business if she feels that way about it.