Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1942 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1942
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K0SSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA ore Creamery Holds Meeting ?H tlwv^B«w« «*• i./» , 1 A*i*iU'A*W •-•'** \ GFCUTlGryJ ( M ie Hltflrti dent AuftUt ,, an- h was held BSfitttday, ' read ,._4Manag- _;flfe? Report i$,W$$-i,y- "^plounds Receipts to Thomas , but «Mr7tVaudt itj|jpseph ' A; Mr. >8 be into ps]MiBB nto myr Attending: !$Mr. and , king ARE YOU MOVING? If you are, and If you are an Advance subscriber, clip this form and mail at once: Old Address P. O.. P. O.. State Rfd New' Address c i .___ State. ___Rfd When db you want change made: Your name. €. fl. KLAy. Field formerly lived northeast of Bancroft. * * * * A. M. Lemke, hear Irvington, had just finished grinding a load of feed when we arrived a week or two ago, and his boys were cleaning out the hog barn. These folks are always busy. The place where they live is the old Herbst farm, and the Lemkes have farmed it ever since they were married 23 years ago. Some record! * * » • We were briefly at John L. Haupert's, south of Burt, Monday, February 9. This is one of the Robert Donovan farms. John said the new daylight-saving time had him guessing. That morning the milk man had come too early for him, and the children had had to start to school in the dark. "Oh, well," he remarked, "I guess we'll get used to it before long." * * * * At Carl Seip's, Irvington, we had a short visit recently. The Seips are jolly folks. Mrs. Seip had lately been "down South," and we exchanged talk about the southern pepple. Mrs. Seip said she greatly enjoyed her trip. Mr. Seip recently advertised some horses and a Shetland pony. The pony is a pretty little animal, a sorrel in color, with days before. The corn picked ] for him will be a manure-spread- ' early last fall was much dryer. | er with rubber tires—but he may A T 10 * * V ,1 u I h , ave to . wait tlu after the war. A J. Bernau, who lives on the: He said it must have "an easy G. W. Bleich farm, near Burt,: ride." Mr. Dodds keeps a herd was doing chores when we reach- of purebred Red Poll cattle and ed his place the other day. He I is milking 14 cows at this time, said his wife was getting along well now. She lately had a major operation. The Bemads family likes the Burt neighborhood, We stopped a short time last, D. Andrews, week Tuesday at the Dean Andrews farm, south of Burt on No. J.69. This is where there is a fine brick house. We found Dean cleaning out the cow barn. He has of late been milking eight cows, and they are Guernseys. Dean took a little time out to show us a new girl, born last October 30 and named Pamela. There are two other children in the family: Rochelle, 6, who attends school at Burt, and a boy called "J." D." who will soon be two years old. This lad was named after his grandfather, J. Al, of Balge- Bjv , and ! GingerichyjWest Bend. The -' tial— Jai - Gin- Erwin pkerrand Clarence Strueck- at 6 : being ?14thi i wedding ^innwersary he 15th wedding^arihivers- er Struech oms lake yo" IP to-1: ,.,._ , the ? Burt; and "WBend. f«t;i cards, ifeWalter &&• Mrs. id,- 'Louis M&A-.- • lul's at a stag ' rU The Fo- ifeteEdwin ckson, j__bllasch, pflatter's spent move n. Mrs. eir 12th nursday Elmer „./alter fMrs. Er- Mrs. on high, and when the baby was two weeks old, Mrs. Johnson having contracted a light case of scarlet fever. The quarantine was lifted Thursday. Mrs. Johnson is the former Ella Voigt. Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Niece, of Beach, N. D., and their daughter Marjorie spent from Thursday till Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron. The women are sisters. The Nieces were en route home from Freeport, La., where they vsiited the son First Lieutenant Joseph Niece, who recently finished a course in 'the air corps. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Knochenmuss, Sioux Falls, came Friday to get the former's mother, Mrs. Fred Knochenmuss, Smyrna, N. Y., who had been visiting her niece. Mrs. William Lauck, two weeks. Mrs. Knochenmuss, who has not been well lately, was to enter a hospital at Sioux Falls. Mrs. Mary Fries, of Jackson, Minn., visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Farrell, last Week. The Fries son Robert recently finished a course in aviation -and joined the naval reserves. Mrs. Fries owns • and operates a restaurant. Frank Schattschneider came from Des Moines Saturday and moved his furniture to that city Sunday. He is with the United States Rubber Co. at Ankeny as an electrician. Frank was in the garage business 26 years here. William Bauman, Omaha, and Peter and Mollie Bauman, Des * * • • Recently we had a fine visit at L. C. Cast's. These folks are al- and well they may, for there is none finer anywhere. * * * * Carl Trump, who lives southeast of< Lakota, was doing after-" WEDDING AT PARSONAGE. The Rev. H. M. Burns performed a double-ring marriage ceremony at 11 o'clock Saturday, morning at the Methodist par- j sonage for Calvin Eugene Sorensen Britt, and Genevieve Mary but thought he had only a cold.! Some folks get along with just colds, some develop bronchitis, and a few have a run of pneumonia, but we trust that Carl remained satisfied with only the first. * * * * Leander Vaske, who had been living, at his mother Mrs. Johanna Vaske's, south of Bancroft, was moving last week to the farm where Clem Diers formerly lived, east of Bancroft. Leand^r said he had found it was some job to move. Mrs. Diers, who was there, said she and her family are now at Bancroft.. They had lived on this farm 23 years. » * * * We always find the W. I. Dodds family, south of the Good Hope church, busily at work. This time, last Friday, Mr. Dodds was working at the barn, and * * * * Bernard Quinn, northwest of Lone Rock, was at the house when we saw him the other dav. TT,, •£«_A'II _ i .» . .. * in the kitchen. Both "of them took a little time out for a visit with us. They asked about our trip south, and said they had j often talked about such a trip; themselves, for they would like _ . -.-- „_ „„„ Ollll;c « ew ,!j s * e how the hillbillies live. They like Year's day, when his bull nearlv i Mr. Dodds, who takes great pride Mr r,a<*t L-iii^^ v,;^, D j ._-._.. . .. * in farming, said the next thing Barker Drug . Casts are west of Bancroft. * * * * " Henry Ziemet, who lives on one of the M. T. McGuire farms, southeast of Swea City, ha.d just come home when we saw him the other day. He had attended a farm sale -and had bought a ways pleasant folks. They had 1 He is still pretty much a "pa- company that day Wallace tient," and has been since New Simpson and his son. They like Year's day ' to entertain company. Mr. Cast killed him. Bernard escapedTthe is no longer doing as much hard i worst, however, and was exnect- work as he did for many years. | ing to be around again soon. He He earned an easier life. The recently advertised for two Brown Swiss heifers in the Advance, i * * * * We called Friday at E. B. Turner's, southeast of Lone Rock, the family had just finished dinner. Mrs. Turner showed us a .... .... .-„„__. _ new boy, as fine a little fellow .two-row corn-picker. No more | as y°u can see anywhere and all smiles. We forgot to ask his name. • * * * On Friday, February 6, we called at Harm Dontje's, north- PAUL HAMILL Guaranteed WATCH REPAIRING At Barker's. Algona hand-picking for Henry — provided the fields are not too wet at corn-picking time. * * * * Russell E. Winter lives on his father's farm southwest of La- "•-<"• _"± j-iamjia, ana louna Mr.' kota, and he was cleaning out j Dontje and a son cleaning out a ! the. spot in the barn where he • chicken house. At the house Mrs i keeps his calves when we found i Dontje had a bushel basketful of i him last week Wednesday, He clean e SSs. The Dontje daugh- said he had just served on the ter Edna is teaching the Greise —- w»«wjv uj A1VJJ. LI1— west of Lakota, and found Mr. petit jury at Algona. It was a new experience for him, and he rather enjoyed it. * * * * school, south of Lakota. Cyril Miller an*d a brother, southwest of Bancroft, were i grinding feed for their stock last The Alfred Menkes live west ^.,~ i m —j~ *"* ••"=« OLUUK. mm of Bancroft, and Alfred has of! *f£ k ^™ sda L when we talked late been staying inside the Moines, spent the week-end with! grain bins and inside grain ele- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. i yator; a new double garage; and iJJMnary— ' ; 'Observing anni- |,and Mrs. 'on. were Erwin, ^/ichten- fge Mey- Heiert Bal|he f West ptz, Fort i|hes Sun- atz, pa- hospital it* Connie "Wednesday Mparty in "-'ch, who and left ,, have Mr. Mal- *t the C. 'store 20 nilar po- was a IrSatur- fhis little been r^ntiiied IS their parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Stephen Bauman. Peter recently finished a course in the army air corps. The Albert Eiseles, Blue Earth, the Herman Bodes, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisele helped Mrs, Joseph Eisele celebrate her 75th birthday Sunday. Roland, son of Hr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, left Algona Sunday for Des Moines to be inducted in the army. Alice Duffy, who has- been employed at Carroll four months, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy. Gertrude Farrell, R. N., Minneapolis, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. The Fred Maahs family, Balaton, Minn., called on Anna Maahs Saturday evening. house pretty much, for he had an operation and was at the Luther- i an hospital, Fort Dodge, three I weeks. He said it seemed good | to get home. His uncle, Henry | Merike, Mrs. -Menke, and a daughter, Audrey, of Marathon, were visitors there the day we called. * * * * Fred Habegar, southwest of Burt on No. 169 was loading corn to haul to a feed lot when we arrived at his place recently. He bought the farm whore he lives two years ago. Formerly it was owned by Frank Mann, former Burt boy and former Algoiia Ford dealer who moved to California some years ago. Mr. Ha- begar has made substantial improvements, including a new double cornTcrib with overhead bins and inside grain ele- with them. They said they still had some corn to pick, and what they for were grinding was damp, picked it only a few Aggravating Gas When itoiueb f M MMU to A D L E R I K A Lushy & Giossi Last Home Game Basketball A. H. S. Gym FRIDAY, FEB. 20 8:00 P. M. Algona High -vs. Clear Lake Admission: Students 20c, adults 30c (including tax) Don't forget the Ambulance Benefit Basketball games Saturday night, Feb. 21. St. Cecelia Academy vs. Whittemore Presentation Academy at 7:30. Algona vs. Humboldt at 8:45. (the latest) a new milking ma- ; chine. He is milking 14 cows at present. Fred said he likes the Burt neighborhood. The family : EARN GOOD PAT IN 6 WEEKS' FRYE TRAINING Frye's practical, 'concentrated course trains MEN and WOMEN for big-pay aircraft jobs in 6.weeks.! 'Over 5,000 graduates now employed.' Physically fit women 21 to 35 and. men 18 to 50 not in draft classifica- j tions 1-A or 1-H accepted. Write today for FREE literature. Train in Omaha where new Martin bomber plant is located. FRYE AIRCRAFT CO. M. E. Gray, Representative Wall Lake, Iowa. PUBLIC SALE Having lost my husband, I win hold a closing out safe at my farm 4 miles west and 2 miles south of Algona, or 5 miles east and 2 miles south of Whittemore ton Thursday, Feburary 26 Sale to start promptly at 12:30 Lunch Wagon on Grounds KOSSUTH COUNTY HATCHERY We are please to announce that our hatchery for the 1942 season will be under the management of MR. CLIFF DICKSON He is of wide business experience and we commend him to our old and new customers, (As always our chicks will .be from SUPER CULLED BLOOD TEOTED FLOCKS only. The profit to poultry raisers In 1042 appears to be a certain one. Early orders wtt), we feel sure, be to buyer's advantage, CALL FOR PRICED ANfl DISCUSS YOU» BABY CHICK NEEM3 WITH " Mil. PICK80N Kossuth County Hatchery ,vl Head of Horses 1 Red roan mare, 12 years old, weght 1600. 1 Red roan mare, 5 years old, weight 1500. 1 sor- rell'mare, 3 years old, weight 1350. 1 Grey gelding, 12 years old, weight 1700. 1 Grey mare, 11 years old, weight 1650, 1 Red roan colt. 1 Grsy gelding, smooth mouth,, weight 1500. 31 Head of Cattle 31 9 Head of Shorthorn^milk cows to freshen in summer and fall. 12 Head of Hack feeding cattle, mixed steers and heifers, weighing from 400 to 700 Itos. 10 Head of bdack calves. , Head of Hogs Spotted Poland China and Hampshire feeding pigs. AM vaccinated. Machinery Regular Farmall, A-l condition. Tractor cultivator. Farmall 229 cultivator. Two 2>-row horse cultivators, One row horse cultivator. 2 McCormick-Deering 10 ft. discs. One 9 ft. John Deere disc. 1 John Deere JH4" pJbw. 21 ft. flexible harrow. Deering mower. McOormick- Deering 8 ft. binder. Bock Island com planter. Seeder. 40 ft. elevator, jack and power. 3 Box wagons. 2 Hay racks., *14" Horse plow. Sulky plow . Fanning mi0. Hay slings. 200 rods of corn planter wire. Tools of all kinds. Barrels. Feed troughs. Other articles too numerous to mention, \. , . ^ .Ij^jdM THRMST-<3ash, or if terms are desired see the clerk before the sate or at the sate. No property to be removed until settled (or. / . Bertha M. Ball * F*^^_ 'Snapp Back to Health" Hotel Snapp —for— HEALTH AND RECREATION An American Version of the Famous Carlsbad Treatment MINERAL BATHS In the Effacatlous Waters of EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MISSOURI Direct Elevator Service to Bath Department Outside Rooms ^-Fireproof *Coffee Shop *Cocktail Bar ^Spacious Lobby ^Solarium Rates—Single $1.65 to $2.75. Double $2.75 to $6.00. Hotel Snapp Excelsior Springs, Missouri JUST AN 8-HOUR RIDE FROM ALGONA 0. Snapp, Pres. Lewis R. Sims, Mgr. Poland China a BRED SOW SALE 50 -Head - 50 THURSDAY, February 26th One mile east and 1£ mile north of Armstrong, Iowa Fifty gilts to sell bred to four different bred boars having state or grand champion breeding. They are bred to farrow early in March and April. Some real good 4-H club gilts to farrow early in March. We sold 80 head of bred sows last year, and nearly all of them proved satisfactory. Several breeders returned to get more sows. We have had some excellent sires In our herd. We try to raise a good all-round type of hog. Furthermore these gilts have been 'fed right, not pampered, but fed with their future usefulness in mind. Come to the sale. C. J. Houseman LUNCH AT NOON SALE IMMEDIATELY AFTER FARM SALE Fivp miles west of Algona on Jfo, 18," one mile north Friday, Feb. 27 7 Head Horses 7 7 Head Cattle 7 38 Head Hogs 38 A complete line of farm machinery, including John Deere tractor, John Deere 2-row corn picker) Peering grain binder., Peter Muller

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